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Ep. 97  Prophets of Love feat. David Wagner

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

37:27 min | 7 months ago

Ep. 97 Prophets of Love feat. David Wagner

"Look into kingdom finley talks with life we invite you into the conversation and celebration of okada's doing around his sons and daughters shares insights into what it looks like to be a follower of jesus. Today's culture we hope you enjoyed today's episode away. We won leith and welcome to kingdom family. Talk and i'm so excited. Have my dear friend and brother david wagner. And he's been a friend for many many years. And i even i have some covenant france and david his death in one of them. And there's been so much to me to my wife to a family in east part of our family so we are actually a family together. So i don't feel like i'm talking to a guest and actually before this podcast. We will just sitting and chatting so we both we just wanted to do life together. Because light comes before ministry and dave has a huge heart for mercy has a ministry cafa the hot ministries. So that tells you live but about embedding. The is authentic prophet at that. The gist is empowering people. In the next generation of some daughters of glory saw it is such a joy in such an honor to have you here. David thanks thanks. It's so great to be with you again. Life and i feel although connected by technology zoom today i could just give you a big hug as i just love being with you doing life with you for sure. I think i had a very special crying talk. You buy the. We sat the new strategy in and around the table there and had lost two of my closest friends. A many other people know. Todd bevan laid on dr bob phillips and then suddenly i realized i mean it. Was this emptiness that had been since losing it. It's like using olympic grief. And then i looked at you. And i started to weep and god says i have given you another covenant or other. Something took place that healed a empty spotted me and so so so. You're more than a friend. Nina sense there. Something element a gift from. God i in the right timing for me and our family and not movement thanks. It's a great honor and the feelings mutual. You came into my life in a similar time and and naf told the lord often that i don't need any more meetings or conferences. But i'll take as many friends as you give me. And if you give me friends let them be covenant friends and and so that you're also a gift to me so thanks for that and how are you molly and family doing in this season. We're all doing great my Oldest son just got married and my daughter is doing well. Doing a lot of my admin and my three younger ones are just a great season alive. Molly started a business right Five weeks before covid hit. And but the lord's been blessing it and breathing on it as well and Using it for a lot of flakes for Ministry not just business and Lords just opening up amazing doors. I think the last year hard as it was for many people in some ways a gift to us because for traveling on the road for twenty plus years And missing a lot of time at home like the lord redeemed the time and so Lots of great heart connections with the lord and with my kids and so we're we're thriving in the season just the just curious. What do you see as a bigger picture in regard to what is actually the father doing. What time is it that we are living in. If you were described this season for the body of christ. I know there's a shaky going on all over the wash it in the middle of it if you worked to just read. What are you hearing the father say about this. In the middle of the shaking there is redemption. And i believe this is a time of redemption but also a time of perspective. Many people declared last year. Twenty twenty was the year of vision and understand where they got. That and i think it wasn't necessarily not accurate. But i think our vision got blurry because we didn't know how to react to respond in the moment and and so. This is a year of perspective of seeing through heaven's eyes hearing through the heart looking through the lens of love i think all of creation is long is crying out for their manifestation revelation of sons of the sons and daughters of gone. And so it's really interesting for me very important for me in this season to look through The father's is to look through the heart of the lord. And you know a a lot of times. We can focus on the problem. But you don't need to be prophetic another problem. You d you do need to be prophetic. No there is a solution and speak in prophesied the solution. So i believe it's a time of solutions as well which is really really important I i said last week a meeting it just like it was inspired by holy spirit that Really what we're experiences experiencing right now is birth pains so the things that are acting out the way that the world seems to be in distress all of the conflicts. All of the rejections all of the battles going on i believe our cry of birth pain and the lord spoke to me said people in pain. Don't care about you. I don't mean that from respective to be negative towards people in pain. But what i am saying to those of us who minister to people. Sometimes people respond out of pain and that response may come in anger. It may come in various forms. And you can't take that personally you have to recognize it as a sign. It's assigned to me. They need love they. It's assigned to me. They need healing. It's assigned to me That that they need what. I'm carrying and not to take it as a personal rejection but to actually assigned that they need to be pursued and loved and i'm watching the lord just mel tarts and i'll say this finally For what time it is. It's it's a season or a year or time of the heart. Last year was all focused on wash. Wash wash your hands and wear a mask and all of those things but really. It's about clean hands pure hearts. I believe it's been more of a season about the heart. I think i believe the heart of the church is being revealed. The heart of of people the heart of ministries are being revealed in this moment. On how on how. We love one of the greatest moments i had last year. It was you know a week or two after things are shutting down. Walk through a drive through for coffee on a saturday morning and this This young lady was handed me my coffee and i gave her my card and i said good morning and i. I've mentioned her name. That i read off of her name tag and i said how are you doing today. And she just began to weep. And i said are you. Okay she goes. Nobody's ever been that nice to me before. And i thought surely somebody's probably been that nice to her or she must have felt that kind this before but it's the kindness of god that draws people to repentance attorney way of sin turning away from sin. But it's actually a turning to the lord and our kindness and the way our heart reflects jesus reflects father. I've been leave. Can cause people to turn their eyes to him. I woke up one morning. And i normally go to bed praying and tons. Wake up pregnant telex but this particular morning. I woke up seeing the words of an old him. Turn your eyes. Upon jesus full in his wonderful face and the things of earth will grow strangely dim in the light of his own grace and a woke up seeing that. We're just said if you and the church will keep your eyes fixed on me. 'cause the eyes of the world to turn to see what you're looking out and so i i believe again it's perspective it's focus it's hard. I believe there's a great a humbling or humility. The goddess releasing upon those of us in ministry I believe that this is a season again of just cultivating the heart. But i also feel that. It's a season two to minister from a healed place. You know i. I know what it's like to feel broken and got honors. It shows up and he draws near the brokenhearted on thankful for the man. When you find healing there comes a greater power and ability to release healing in those areas of of people's lives because we've been through simpson and so probably more than the question you asked. I felt like the word resentment now. It was definitely on it. And now i appreciate that perspective of an oncoming from the same parade on on you i had to go and slow in the middle of it and captured very clearly as you know my son-in-law rave on his african american and his mom died early on of covert and so he has lost. All of his grandparents lost his parents. Because and now mom died of colon. And that was under. George floyd gardner which is a lot of tensions and the middle of it. I realized lambs aspect of jesus to be broken over the was broken. So kind of a thorny over what you weep over sued can authority over. What you love and that Niger olson middle of falling in love with a lot of the things that is broken at. Also we've been with one. That was weak. And then hurting would on was hurting and had an incredible opportunity to learning how to love well and then to keeping my love on deceased and so it just it definitely make sense and that you see now because even with church i heard one pastor told me yesterday there's five churches that only one third of people even coming back to church. There used to internet. So how'd you see church community family in part because i noticed been attack primary against unity because god wants unity in an attack against family so healthy in regard to hug you see community all family especially church. That is not an orphanage but a family and evaluate believers. So i think number one. The lord is calling us to respond or to be the answer of his own pair. Which is father. Make them one as you. And i are one. So i feel like he's calling the church to oneness oneness with the father won miss with jesus the sanya oneness with holy spirit and also oneness with each other that that it's that it's one heart over one purpose and i think i think we have to embrace the fact that there are. Let me say this. I believe it comes down to a couple of things respect and responsibility. I want to respect where people are. And that's whether they because of compromised immune systems or whatever where they feel like they have to stay Again through technology online. After respect. But i also have to take personal responsibility to to make sure that we stay connected to them and so i believe that the action the church is being able to through technology. Were able to reach more people than ever before but we have to be able to connect to them and bring them into community and creating space where we can minister to them. There's nothing like being in the room together. Understand that an over time as as the lord bring continues to bring ailing answers to all the stuff that we're dealing with to bring us back together But i think it's really important not to not to be mad at those who are doing church differently than us but to know how to connect to the family heart to heart and sometimes that makes pasturing or leading a little different. Because i have to be very intentional to connect to that. So people don't fall through the cracks. You know really interesting. I was doing a Just instagram live at one point last last year and there is a woman who is watching in the front room and her husband was a non believer actually from another faith and the other room and ask you heard what me and the other guy were talking about. Holy spirit came upon her husband. He came into the kitchen starter. Weeping and gave his to the lourdes walked into our church or to our meeting but the lord use technology to minister to him. So i believe it some ways. We need to embrace it so i think we have to say where a physical church where where people gather and we're a family but there's also a virtual aspect of that if you don't embrace it correctly you'll you'll miss part of the harvest at the sending us. I mean you've been there life. I've been in the bush of of uganda and kenya. And mozambique in the middle of nowhere. Where there's no electricity but everybody has a cell phone which people have facebook and all of this stuff where they're connecting able to hear the gospel so it's a part. I think we need to embrace it and use it as a tool for the kingdom of god which is which is. I think is really really important but one pastor. Put it this way to me. When kobe hideous that we weren't ready for it and We weren't ready. Technology weren't ready for in the infrastructure. And we just had to put everything together in a short amount of time. And he said i knew that we had been said we couldn't lose people sign pastures and staff for the first time. We just reach out to every member and as the feedback. They were getting was all the power all the people were saying. Oh my goodness we didn't even know you knew he existed. And the lord really convicted this pastor and said we've been get a programming people but not pasturing people so we have a program for everything but when it comes to pasturing and leading people That's where it really is and so I don't want to separate my online audience from my person audience. I want to be able to connect to them. Because there's no distance in the spirit understand that we can't forsake the assembling of of ourselves together. It's a command. I believe it's true but in the season time we have to. We have to be flexible and we have to be really intentional and saw hope that makes sense was because for me. I've been here from my technophobia that i've had of these years. One of its worth. I realize the void as much technology. I love being impersonated indices while crying again but was one just sitting like i do here now sharon and it was over five thousand testimony of the that we had well over healing presidential of age of show on over the wolf just sitting here and talking to scrape not repented afterwards and i was willing to change as well as like. You've been guests on a lot of different places and meeting somebody. I had schizophrenia. I was sexually abused their people. Go on line stuff that has happened yet. It s menendez story in transformation. That happened just realized that the god is bigger than i think. I had to change the way. I think it's called repentance. And so i am on the embracing including what we are doing here now be. Would you sit there and hug you. And but i i feel your presence. I feel i'm there. Would you feel like we are in the same group together to some degree. so i'm very great focused technology but we need to use it under right way because there's a lot of people that use it in the wrong way absolutely. Tell me something help a little bit. Because there's a lot of people out there. They are disappointed. This even distracted and perhaps a lot of delhi with delays. I call for these disappointed in this cease discourage and distracted and even seeing a lot of the dreams has been delayed. A lotta words prophecy things they had before they went in and suddenly looks like you had a long one year winter season and everything seems to be dying and no springtime is coming if you have anything to help people a healing hope but a sense that i've been ministering to people in the middle of a and it seems like that needs to be resurrection of hope and a lot of the believers. We are struggling right now. You know a couple of years ago. I was flying from washington dc back to atlanta on my way to pensacola and i looked out the window. of the plane. And the lord took me into an issue where you're gonna fly over arlington national cemetery. And i i saw this open field and i could tell it was a cemetery and i could see graves as long as i could see on the lord. Let me zoom in and every Gravestone had different names and dates of birth dates of death that it all had the same saying or epithet underneath which simply said they died a death by disappointment and the lord said of anointing you to become a healer an arrest director of those that have died a thousand deaths by disappointment and so as i begin to answer your question. I wanna declare over you the word of the lord which is no more death by disappointment. That the lord's about bring resurrection life and hope into every dream and every and every moment in. This moment is a season of turnaround. Where god is about to perform miracles in your midst and i. I really believe that this is important that so many people are afraid to believe right now because they're afraid of being disappointed. I have a friend and our friendships sorted out in a very unusual way. He was a pastor. We were having coffee and a diner and it was a great conversation. All of a sudden seemed like he turned on me and he said He said you know the problem with your charismatic people. And i said no. I bet you're gonna tell me and said the problem is that you put too much pressure on god and you believe too much but it doesn't happen you get disappointed and just smiled and i said so. The reason you don't believe is because you're afraid of being disappointed. And he began to weep because it was the again it was signed is pain was crying out but in the midst of it it revealed what needs to be healed god reveals to heal and so when god brings something when he identified something when he speaks to something even. Like what we're doing right now is not doing it from a combative way or from condemning way or even so much convicting. He's doing it from of saying. Hey i want to redeem that. I'm revealing something in there. That i want to heal and immediately my friend was filled with the holy spirit right there sitting around the table and he was so afraid of being disappointed. He never asked to be baptized in the holy spirit. And so it just all this stuff begun to happen because he got rid of the fear of disappointment and so i believe the lord is turning disappointment into divine appointment. And so i feel like this that we can. We can put both maybe in the same thing along with the distraction. I believe in isaiah. The book of isaiah isaiah an amazing profit but he got distracted by king used been in the year that can use iodide. He saw the lord the first five chapters. Always you always you always you. And the six chapter when he saw the lord high and lifted up his perspective changed everything. Change lowest me and it wasn't on this low worm. It was this cry again. This is the issue in god. Came the remedy the coal the purify lips the presence of gone and he moves into that season in a moment to interrupting a conversation. Heaven when somebody quit or somebody said no said here my send me and it changes everything and when that perspective change i mean. I don't think anybody could argue. That isaiah was one of the most clear. Clear seeing prophets of all of history. He got to see jesus before. Jesus ever came. He had all of those massage province. Why he got over disappointment yet over his distraction any saga lord. And i just believe that this is a season where we have to get our eyes off of the past off of the stuff that's happening and onto the lured a member of actually the beginning of code. Maybe two weeks into it. The lord said stop speaking to fear. Stop preaching about fear. Don't do any series about fear. Don't post about fear starts speaking to the future for. I know the plans that i have for. You says lord to give you a hope and a future. And i feel like it's the season that we need prophetically to start talking about the future not just about the now but how we walked through the now actually determines how enter in to the next and so i believe the healing people disappointment. No more death. By disappointment he's causing that distraction to be removed to 'cause our focus and our perspective to be moved back towards him. Why when my trust is in the lord. I won't be disappointed when my trust is in the lord. I won't be distracted. If i trust a system or a government job or a bank account or my own gifting going to be disappointed but the lord never disappoints and so this is a season where the awards bringing us in the place of his heart sometimes dealing with delay time is the great sifter of dreams and joseph the story of joseph. And if you read the story of joseph is there is all of these. I'm sure he thought that dream was going to happen. You know the next day or in the next few days and brings them through thirteen or seventeen years before it happens and it's interesting. You never find him complaining. You never see him asking why even when he's forgotten about by the baker in the butler. He's he's there and he just goes lords on just know. Somehow you're gonna turn what the enemy meant for evil and and use it for my good but they meant for you're gonna use forget and he didn't let his heart. He kept his heart in the right posture which was towards the lord towards healing. He could have been bitter. He could have been unforgiving but but instead he awaited the prop the for the promised. The book of psalms says that the tested joseph until it came to pass the delay is just a test and the lord didn't forsake us in the midst of the delay or the test. It didn't set a set up to fail the test. He actually taught us everything. We need to know to pass the test. And so here's what the lord did to me life a couple of weeks ago. You'll like this because you like chairs. I was sitting with a. I was sitting just having this quiet time with the lord. I have a creek in my backyard and a bench. It's a lovely setting. And i go there to meet with the lord when the weather's nice and i sat there the lord He asked me the question. Where are you and i said. Lord i'm waiting on you waiting for you. And he said no. You're not waiting on me or waiting for me. You get to wait with me. And he he had just turned my position in my chair to look at like to just imagined to to to see visually through spiritual eyes that he was sitting next to me law. I'm not waiting on god. We're not waiting alone. I is this ever going to happen. We get to wait with him. Knowing that he's just as excited an expectant And and and wanting us to step into that place of promise as we are why a dream that moment up and he's waiting waiting with me here but he's also standing in my there watching over that promise and not because he's careful to perform and so if i can if i can realize that i can't just see things through temporary is or through the eyes of the natural. I have to see my promise through eternal lines. i have to see it through eternal highs. I have generation after realize that he who began to work in me as faithful to complete it. And so i'm moving towards it but i'm not waiting alone and i think those things are really really important at and i think that this is a season to just depend on the lord. I i loved getting to do what i do But last had this revelation that my number one assignment isn't a prophet. My number one assignment is to be a friend to be a friend of god. Because god isn't looking for some great profit on a platform. Similar that has tens of thousands or millions of like you know. Followers are lakers on social media. He's looking for a friend that he can reveal his secret to and so the way that void. Those things the distractions and the disappointments and the delays is to actually stay in his presence and the fourth one was discouragment. You know. I love the story of david and goliath. And your your you know you touch on it in in your amazing book of giants layers but the goliath greatest weapon wasn't his size or his sword. His greatest weapon was every day yelling from from got above those folks above the people of israel above the greatest army in the world. And go. you're nothing. You're nobody's nobody's gonna rescue you. You're gonna be our sleighs we're gonna we're gonna destroy we're gonna kill you. There's going to be nothing left of you. we're going to dilate you. And they began to let somebody else. Release a false prophecy over their life and they just believed it so instead of speaking to the to the false with the truth the they actually gave into it. They begin to hang their heads in high for their lives. A little shepherd boy showed up with five stones and a lunch until and he realized. Hey who is this who speaks. Who speak who's this guy. This uncircumcised philipe philistine To speak to us where the people of god any and he rises to the occasion. I love how the scripture says that david strengthened himself in the lord one translation says he encouraged himself in the lord so he encouraged himself. It tells me that there were moments where he was discouraged. How how do. I get through discouragement. I encourage myself in the lord. I remind myself of the last thing i heard. God say the last miracle that i watched him do the last time i yield the last time he provided for me. The last time. I felt his presence. And i begin to entertain those moments and i begin to speak to the discouragement with the encouragement of the lord. That even though. I'm walking through the valley of the shadow of death i fear. No evil does your wispy and your your staff. They comfort me. Lead me to pleasant places make you caused me to lie down in green pastures and gentle stream you restore my soul. Surely goodness and mercy will follow me. You said a table before me in the presence of my and surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days. I said so. When i'm looking over my shoulder. I'm looking at my pass catching up or my pain catching up on lucan Goodness and mercy following me. And sometimes i just turn around to take a look just to remind myself that mercy and grace the goodness and mercy are following me and when you just begin to you know what i dwell on what i agree with i will align with so. Are we agreeing with the word of the lord the promises of god because if i agree with that will align my life imposture my heart towards but i'm agreeing with all this stuff that's happening and i'm spending more time on social media On fox news and cnn and msnbc and all of these things where. I'm getting all kinds of information. That information is going to discourage me. But here's the great thing about being the sons and daughters of god. We don't live by information. We live by revelation and revelation will set me free from information so i also need is a revelation of what god's doing in this moment and it me free from information i have the information on covid nineteen but i have a revelation the greater is he. That's in me than he. That's in the world. And even though no no weapon formed against you will prosper on the healed the lord. He wants to be in health and prosper. Even as my soul prospers he said. I can lay hands on the sick and they shall recover. It tells me look it. Here's i understand codes a very real thing and a sad thing even as you just described with your your amazing son-in-law that he had to walk through with losing his mom because of but the truth of the matter is that jesus is a redeemer and a healer arrest or an a- tells me this that this is a year of healing jonah. No time it's a euro healing. It's a year or god wants to heal the heart. He wants to heal the home. He wants to heal the church. He wants to heal. You know all of this stuff. And what i love about. This season life is that he's cared a lot of us from perfectionism because we do meetings like this on the fly with shaky cameras and you and me being not so technologically savvy where you know. We're we're kind of afraid of it and didn't know how to work it and nothing was perfect and screen too often. All of those things and god showed up in the midst event because he wasn't after perfection he was after perfecting the wasn't after perfect he was actually after pure and blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see god and i think some of the greatest means we lost the show aspect we lost the performance aspect and we just simply had to rely on him. I found myself saying more than thirty five minutes. And i could say an hour and a half a room full of people because i had to be focused and and also you know. I'm trying to tie all of this together with with your points. You know but but i think it's a real moment right here where i just feel like. There's some some people right. Now that your disappointment has led to depression. And the lord's hailing depression right now. He's lifting the way of worry and tear and and fear of disappointment and even feeling disappointed with yourself will words bringing hailing there. Some of you even feel like disappointment. God and then you feel guilty because you feel disappointed with on and i want you to know that you have a forgiving father. Who understands you. He knows your thoughts even before you think then and he loves you any pursuit anyway but if you will put your hope in the lord your trust in the lord. You won't be disappointed. And i'm just. I feel like laura's setting some people free in their minds. I feel like anxiety. People are being healed of anxiety and panic. Attacks are being healed of of of emotional disorders. Even those i feel like this. This season has stirred up all kinds of ptsd symptoms. In the lord's hailing and ugly of it all begins the leading new letting the lord heal your disappointment. I feel this distraction. Disa- turn your eyes again. Towards jesus look full in his wonderful face. I don't wanna say. I dare you. But i highly exhort. You almost beg you to get lost in the face and the heart of god again to get lost in his eyes and i can tell you that one moment not too long ago i just got lost in his eyes and his eyes were so deep that took me down into his heart decree aided this dimension mishear just for me created a dimension this part just for you just get lost in his eyes get lost in his love get lost in his heart again. If you're failing for delay. I have a word for you. That delay will turn into acceleration. Life and i travel a lot. And sometimes you're flying you get headwinds delays shoe but if you get in that same jetstream on the way back to where you came from the very thing that resisted going well accelerate you on the way back. So you're just being set up in the delay for exceleron and just believed awards. Accelerating his promises to you. Don't feel like you're waiting alone. You get to wait with your father. You get to weigh in the presence of god and i don't want promise without presence things that could make happen. There's things that i can. I can move towards. But i wanna cry out like more miss. Your presence goes with me. I'm not going even if it looks like my promise even if it looks so beautiful if your presence not there i'll wait till you say let's go there together and it's it's a beautiful beautiful beautiful thing and that place of discouragement. God's speaking to right now i know. We've all walked through difficult things. Sometimes we feel like we're the only one i feel feel like one of the greatest things you've had a face in the season isolation because when we're alone and we just feel all our own nobody understands but you have to guys on the screen today. Who love you whether we have ever been in a room with you or know you personally The you won't find two guys probably on the face of the planet who who would love you any more. But there's even a greater love named jesus. And i want you to know that you are not alone. The same presence of god that life and our feeling was from atlanta and and franklin tennessee to different places. But you're watching it take place where the presence is hitting us both at the same time that's falling into your god is pursuing field pursuit of the father. I feel that there's gonna be some people who watch this over and over again. And i just feel like i don't explain it. I saw the lord flushing helping somebody to flush some pills down the toilet today. Where you've been addicted to painkillers or even have been thinking about just overdosing and going to sleep and getting out of the pain. I break the spirit of suicide off of you. And i released a lead of the love of god upon your life to bring it up play. He's a hope and a future in the name of jesus. I feel like there's some of you just you been in this place of even locked up in your mind. The lord is is getting ready to set you. Free of a friend and i walked through mental illness of you know my story on the healed schizophrenic on my yield Been healed from mental illness. Legitimately twenty four years ago. And so i have a great sensitivity to it but i had a friend said to me one time he said you know you lost your mind to find god heart and there's times i know we feel like we're out of our mind but sometimes i get a news my mind to find god's heart and maybe you've come to the end you define the beginning of maybe lost. You feel like you lost your mind. But you're about to find the heart of god today. i believe it. I'm convinced of it unpersuaded by it and you dearly loved an important to the kingdom your daily Important in loved by this family. And i just want to bless you just to clear no more death by disappointment. No more being bound by distractions. No more comparison in those distractions of comparing my experience. Your experience god wants to give you a legitimate experience. All of your own. Every place of discouragement and delay the lowered is lifting it off of you and i feel a wind refreshing. The breath of on coming you know kovin was an attack against the respiratory system against the breath. What's what's the meaning of the name. Holy spirit the ruhaha of god. The breath of god sacred breath and i feel like the lord is bringing hailing to physical bodies. Those the you have the residues of kovin maybe even still but also offer. Like the lord's hailing bringing hailing to the church where maybe we got caught up in structure. But we've missed the breath and the breath of holy as coming back upon us to refreshes to renew us to revive us again in jesus name in jesus name shoe i will encourage anyone that is watching listening. Just just the rest for a few moments just and receive because what you're receiving you are becoming becoming is what you will release chest prayed in. Roll back your shoulders and just receive. What god is doing right now. There's healing in his presence this freedom in his present there's joy in his press. There's peace thanks for listening. If you enjoyed today's episode you can probably on social media at headline and sign up for our weekly newsletter at global mission awareness dot com.

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EP- 46 Heaven Invading Earth Conference

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

1:11:12 hr | 2 years ago

EP- 46 Heaven Invading Earth Conference

"Make sure to sound older Souness working just waved to me and smile all of you beautiful people. Wow. I was just thinking about on my way here. It was actually three years ago since last time I was here, and I was would you here in Dover, Delaware. And I have so many different memories stones of so many even actually some of the faces thorough here. Some of you were on the floor. And I was just remember actually a little bit over in this section. There was a lady deer, and and she has some screws because of that metal in mouth, and we just actually we just seeing it just disappearing white lease. We couldn't even feel it afterwards. And so I was thinking about the healings and miracles and freedoms and encounters that people had in this very place. So for me one on coming here. I just felt even my spear first of all to reach out just to honored his house and on some of the things that God is doing because sometimes some of us when we do not see what God is doing. We are getting distracted by what God is not doing. Let me say that again, sometimes when we are not aware and clear a what God is doing. We start to be distracted. But what God is not doing? There is an enemy who comes to kill steal and destroy. But Jesus always comes to give us life and life more abundantly. And this is a season for upgrades is there. Anybody hit would like an upgrade on my way up here. I was able to sit up front in the airplane, and that's a different field. And when you get when you have an upgrade their something different. And sometimes I think it is important for us. Also in the spirit room to realizing even what the enemy means for evil. God wants to use of good. So actually some of the things that he's coming against is actually one of the greatest indicator per where our greatest if I had one hour with each one of you, and you were telling media area of attack in your life. I can tell you what your destiny is. Could I say that one more time if I had one hour, and you were just describing to me in your life and on your journey, and you were telling me where the serpent Hassett tact. You. I can also tell you what your destiny is. Because we're just serpent has bitten is where you have the greatest of forty. And I want you to know that whatever you've been set free from is what you can set people free from. And it is very much connected to your calling. So I'm just a sensing this thing because I have a long journey together with this house and would have family here. And so for me, it's special even if we were small group of people for me, this is a family gathering and pod on my hardest to share life would you and for us to be able to have some encounters together. I don't know how many of your hungry. With no agenda. The best thing about God is God. I know there's a big revelation. But it's amazing because what you're beholding is what you becoming. And what you become is. Actually, what you release whatever overwhelms you shapes you. And that's why it's so important that we being overwhelmed by his love weaving overwhelmed by his joy by his piece by his presence being so overwhelmed by him. Then nothing else can overwhelm us. So this is going to be very special weaken together, we're going to take our time and going to share some stories, and I'm this is just confession time. I actually when Optima room to pick up something that I'm going to use prophetic for tonight. And while I did I picked up the wrong bag. So I actually have Dale apostle Dale mass bible. So that was my first upgrade for the evening. But I don't know his bible. Very well. So I'm glad I've memorized it. And then so that was one odor. First thing in the second thing is also one of the video was going to show you tonight. But I wanted to mention just a couple of tools that I have available even before we start this evening that I'm excited about in the last year year and a half we've been developing a couple of things that I think can add tremendous value to you home, many of you. Remember, the message onto three cheers. Actually. Now, we have the book under three cheers and actually tomorrow morning with take some time because I believe it's going to be one of those life giving messages one messages that that I carry with me. And so this is just a little of the confession time. Because even before I got here, I came home, and I was going to just enjoy my family like a lot of people did around Christmas and had been on a trip around a wall been from Indonesia to Philippines to Cambodia and then had been in Jerian puck been all over the w-. Wall and finally come home, and I'm just going to be where the family and relax and enjoy and everybody's coming home. And then I got stuck with first of all the ear got clogged up in a flight because I had had an ear infection. And then after that, it was his ringing sound, and then I started to get vertical. And it's very interesting because the three words that was connective two thousand nine info my life. That's the very three area Audi enemies attacking. That tells you how do you upgrade is going to look. And if you realized that you consider joy when these trials comes against you. Before two hundred twenty but if week ago I was winding instead of shining. I don't know if you've ever been there. But I was there. And I was like I was complaining because sometimes say you forget about who you are. And you start to focus on who you are not and for me for moment. And that's what shaped us would you? So shame goes in and tells them in here, you are supposed to have these words over your. Here's the prophetic words and an actually you're planning to going into this big healing meeting in Pakistan. You just rented a stadium. So we under preparation for this year and dreaming and everything else. And I'm laying in bed, and I can't do anything. So in the middle of all of that. It was just reminded like the Holy Spirit. He reminded me about my book didn't write a book about chair number one. And I'm like. And you will learn that which Chiro you're living your life. Meaning that are you living from love or for love. Because before you knew I didn't realize I have moved to the wrong chair. Meaning I didn't have the right perspective of things. And now I getting so overwhelmed the hub big Goliath is because I don't see how big God is. So I went through this process. And this is bottom me strenght myself into Lord. And that's part of the reason we have some of these tools as part of a training for reigning program. So I just wanted to actually bless you luanne has been a dear friend from many many years past van? So this book is mainly just the orphan world when we ought by with an orphan heart, an orphan spirit, and I want you to know, that's a very subtle things. Because sometimes as from an orphan perspective when we're looking at different circumstances to primary thing would you orphan is I do say, I do then I have say, then I have then I become and then I become. While Sonson daughters is I am say I am. And because of who I am I have. And because of what I have I do. It is what you do that makes you who you are. It is who you are that makes you do what you do. All comes from this place of identity, and what you're capturing your identity if you're going to wear the enemy out you have to find rest. And rest has to be your weapon of warfare. And because Lucifer is restless in nature. Since he left heaven would one third of fallen angels. He has not hide arrest in place, and what he is coming after he's coming after there's a war against rest. So when Rhys than when you find at rest than that's primary here on the inside when I have a resting place our become a resting place for the Holy Spirit. Woulda dove is resting then wonder there I can hear. My father's voice. I can see his face feelers love I experiencing his presence. And I get to the bide in. My father's pleasure. Then there is an alignment before the assignment some just saying that that was one of those things that became very clear. So the book is primary about identity so identity, and then when you know, your identity, you can step into intimacy say intimacy, I'm going in through the living room would Papa and I'll tell you something that if you're going to burn brightly without burning out, you need to burn oil of intimacy. It is love love that is the few that is to make us being the burning ones. That's why these wise virgins had on their lands. That means they had intimacy or in the book of revelation had left the I love. So there were no longer lamps. They are no longer rising. Shining for your light as come because when we no longer burning oil of intimacy, so from identity or intimacy and from that intimacy relationship because everything in the kingdom is about relationship, and it is being connected to the source and being one with him. That's what covenant is all about. And then from that intimacy, you're stepping into inheritance say inheritance. So why would you live towards inheritance when you can live from inheritance? So when you suddenly now from identity and intimacy and are in defaulters house from that relationship. You realize Jesus has all that I have is yours. So what is in your account that sometimes we are focusing while we do not have instead of what we do have. So anyway, so this is kinda stolen from there. You're stepping into your destiny say destiny, say identity, intimacy inheritance and destiny, then they're calling the orphan world the opposite. They're you're focusing on Desi. What am I call to do? And then what is available for me to do it. And then we tried to find intimacy, and hopefully that's going to give us the identity. And is a whole different way of living and loving. And I have to Odyssey's that excites me, and we've been talking and dreaming together, a whole many of you read daily mass book and David perceived that he was getting if you have not read it is a must must read it's kind of one of those. And I'm not saying this for advertisement purposes that I was actually have wrote a book that we have under table giant slayers for the last ten at least year, I have been focusing on two primary character one of them is David and hold process in David's life, and so in this whole journey, but then the Holy Spirit started to speak to me, and he gave me this verse and David perceived. He was king over all Israel. And when I heard that verse I was like, yeah. I know I got this verse. So I just went in and I Google that verse and their pups up this book. And I didn't know that. That's I think that's befriend Dale this is possible day mast. He wrote a book on it. Of course, I have to water it. So from Amazon, I ordered a book, and then I started to read a book, and I read a book and read it all through and the Holy Spirit says I know you read the book, but now the book needs to review. And I started process of leading book read me, and I didn't realize. It's not wrong. But it was something that was not right. And on my journey towards my destiny as where I was that suddenly just realizing that we're still a spirit of inferiority that was lingering. And then when I saw when David perceived he says lay when you see you the way that I see you and you perceived at something changes. So the lead to repentance met the Neue changed their hours thinking, and since then it's just been this phenomenal shift, and then I had read a book the third time. And read it three times, and there's very few books. Read three times, I'm saying that is because this training for reigning program. And this is a no that many of us we were like encounters home in here like encounters, many of you maybe heard my story June six nine teen ninety five that is past or Norway standing in a line. Randy Clark was sharing their stories small group like us in a leadership event. And he went down touch people touch him and bless fill them. And when he came to me he stops. You are a bulldozer? I'm thinking, I'm the Baptist. Pastor. That tells you how much I knew about prophecy. And he was looking your bulldozer. You're going to go into the darkest places into war. What it gusts has never been before? And before you know, it to power daily trysted power. And then defy the power and defy ahead ending counter, June six nine hundred ninety five in my bag out there. I have a picture of it as a memory stones because I cannot afford to forget it was my baptism of the Holy Spirit and my baptism of fire experience. It just changed my life six months later. I mean before then it's like, I've been fishing all night getting very little and now six months later, I'm in Pakistan in earn regional area would agus split never been before twenty two thousand Muslims in a meeting. I didn't know what to do that or something burning Indian site. There was a fire there, and it was a fire that took away fear. And then there was all power to do something about it. And it all came from the Holy Spirit. And it was the. First time, I saw a quadriplegic walk. I saw two blind eyes open. Not the deaf ears was opened up. And some of you have seen some video even have the all videos from back, then and then these other encounters, but I've had about three four major encounters that totally transformed my life, then I had my baptism of love. Experience. Oh. Year two thousand why went from being an orphan to be a son what liquid love from heaven came in touch, the deepest rude here in my life. So I got rooted and grounded in love. Hey, I got rooted in grounded in love. I got rude grounded in love rooted didn't grounded in love rooted in grounded in love if he shoots three seventeen b. That's just scripture member station. And then I got the expensing how high deep and why then long is Papa God love for me. So I went from being rude and groaned and love to then stepping into the ocean of love to know, the heights, and the debts and the width and the length of that love. because perfect low cast out all fear. Be careful. This kind of thing can lead to dancing. And you can become joyful Christian. And maybe drove the load would become your strength. But it changed me. It transformed is Norwegian Viking came from cold, weather and have the call jacket cold weather, and if you want to hug me a nineteen ninety nine it was like hugging a tree stump. Pretender love came in the love of the father. And if are there spoke with an audible voice, and he says Leif, you're my and you're my beloved you're my beloved not serving not apostle not author not doctor. You're my beloved son, son Leif, I love you. I love you. And I am well pleased with you something broke in me that day I got an a plus under report card before I take the exam. Why would you live from pressure when you can live from the father's pleasure? My life was transfrom from that encounter. But I want us to north but often when you hear prophecy, and we're going to have people, and you're gonna get prophetic words, and I'm just sending this off by plenty of time. This evening, isn't that wonderful. I don't have to talk to my wife before midnight. And I'm just your. We humor you just have to get used to my accent. The pleasure of the father just changed me. My father's. Well, please would me. I'm no longer for living from duty. I get to live from the light. And then from there this whole transformation took place to make the story short than we were going to night tomorrow, we will show video. But then by two thousand thirteen we've seen over one million Muslims receiving Jesus. And now you're seeing this. Incredible kingdom family movement. And I know that, but Jeff, and there's other people here Ashleigh, and that has been into Philippine issue. But in twenty two countries, we actually have revival and that revival fire is burning and is burning while I'm here would you and it's burning brightly, and it is not burning out. And it's changing environment is changing education system. It's changing finance situation is changing poor villages to suddenly where they get their identity back value back and people started to dream again. It's changing environments and has been such a beautiful journey to see transformation. Literally of the land is being changed and people are talking about how good Papa God is and how loved they are. So what I'm saying is that you can have an encounter, but often ending counter prophecy that comes in the seed format. And if you're not being aware, it is a big frustration because that seed then goes in I had a man in Norway. How'd an encounter would love. And he got so frustrated couple of months later, he told me I don't know what happened, but this incredible experience the love and about to some of love and a meeting, but when I got home, I felt this aggression felt his anger and other things coming up and good. No. You don't understand? I said good. Because what action have you received a seat of love and went in got rooted and grounded in love. So you got rooted and grounded in love rooted and grounded in love. So you can move in. And so one love them started to take over. And what's happening is love moves in here moves out because perfect love cast fear. So all the fear. You've had in your life is actually moving out the insight into pressure. These things are coming up because love is moving in. And now you have the eyes of love new years of love and fingers and you'll becoming from the seat of love you becoming a tree of love. Now, you become a forest of love in your home in your workplace everywhere. You want people to taste the fruit of love, and they get to taste and see how good God is. And when it realized that he went back into the process. So there's prophecy you go through process other times some of your here and your being in a process, what is about to take places that it's like you've been pregnant for nine months, you have headed dream, and you waited and he's like, I don't know if I can handle any longer, and you didn't realize what was happening. And then when we pray for you. It's actually what happened you want water breaks, and there is birth. And the reasons that you have already been in this process. And then when we prayed for you when you heard her story that birthing is taking place is because that you have right, and you don't want to premature baby because it costs so much. To raise. And sometimes it has birth defects. So those one hundred so some of you in that. So we just helping your both area some saying that also have these two tools, which is actually twelve videos. One is to get an upgrade in love. How to receive save receive the com- release say it again, say receive become Willie's I've received I become then I give you teach what you know that you're reproduce. Who you are. So the process of consulates a cycle of receiving more becoming more releasing more. And when that becomes in love, then we plug you into the power of God. And then you'll receive power you become power four. And then you start to operate in power. And so what we did was just to twelve videos of first how to receive how to become an release interview people Heidi Baker as Heidi. How do you receive love these circumstances, my friend, Heidi? And I interview her and I say, Sean bowls. How do you receive how do you become love, and and David Wagner? How do and then on power Bill Johnson? So also interviewing other people in this journey. So that first of all I wanted to take through my process and a hairs what I do. But also some of my friends and now we're stepping into wisdom and my desire before this week. And is over is for you to have an encounter would love power and wisdom. He says, I'm not giving you a spirit of fear. But I've giving your spirit of power love NS sound mine. And when you have a song mine and self mastery disciplined mine wisdom flows. Because what are shallow Solomon shallow wisdom flows? Sometimes every single decision that you're facing right now. It's not the only way says this right decision. Was this? A good decision to question is is this a wise decision. And what does the spirit a whiz and revelation looked like on sunset daughters? So Maya Simon is is to take people also through these juries because I know this week, and I get the and off in about ten percent of people they had birthing, and I love that in so modem learning to raise the baby if that was the dream, but it professor were the ones going through the process, and we wanted to provide some tools, so I have these and what we're going to have here. If you buy one you get the other one for free just this weekend. And as I forty nine dollars for twelve teaching sessions, and you go through twelve twenty four videos, and you will be on a journey for the rest of this year to plug into love power. And then eventually we're going to plug you into wisdom. Can you say meant that? So let's give Jesus or good hand. I should open up the bible to make this meeting legal. And not have deals bible. But I did want to spend a little bit time. I'm actually going to hold onto this. This is so precious. The I think we'd take to stun over here. I just want a field. We need to have a little hard connects. You look at lap. So I can. Because when you get comfortable with love when you get comfortable with love you get comfortable with God. Because God is. Love. And if we have any love deficiency, we have gone deficiencies, and then often we talked to fill them either religion or rebellion. So I'm going to slow down to pace. I heard an incredible sermon my daughter, and I love my wife and said just been married for thirty years in March twenty fifth. And the other thing also is that? Thirty years of marriage. And then we have four amazing children and one son in law. Maybe I've said it here before and I. In the region. Viking that married a Cherokee Indian. And we have an African American son-in-law. I believe in diversity. I believe in family, and my dream is to have chocolate gram Davieson future. I saw actually somebody on a bit. I wanted this baby on the plane. I was almost like, whoa. With us going to look like my grandson interview too. So I just sensing that I'm in that stage in life. I'm experiencing an incredible amount of freedom. And I'm just an ordinary person a new Egion. And if you know my story and journey on my story. How did I go from Egypt being slave in Egypt? And I am together with you today on his journey towards my promised land. But many of us assay between your Egypt and promised land land of promises, and we have a lot of prophetic words and promises how it's going to be and the promised land, by the way is not when you get to heaven because when they went into the promised land. There was all these giants. And there's no giants in heaven. The diplomas land was not. This is the promised land God has for us and actually Israel for seven year period of time that was cease and all those giants was gun, and it was piece for seven years. There was no sickness or disease. Was these amazing things that is forgot experiencing there because they took their promised land for a period of time. What I don't want us to have is just visit tation of promised land. But to create a habitation. Oh heaven can look like here on earth. And I was listening to this sermon us and saying that my daughter, Lila, she sent me this. And sometimes I listen to messages that my daughters. If my kids are excited about something, then I want to be excited about what they're excited about because I'm just so glad my kids on YouTube listening to servants, and especially when defy of God is on it. And it was actually Sarah Jake's TD Jakes daughter that was preaching and just did something would meet because Bush. She called the message was everything. Everything must go. Everything must go. And it hit me. This is right before new year, everything everything must go. And as I was listening to this message, and I could feel this Bernie, what is Emma's go. Then she was just describing she's driving down the road. And she sees sign on the store where it says everything must go have you ever seen that? I've seen a furniture store when we were looking for matters. So on the furniture, everything must go. What I know is. I'm about to get me a deal. I mean, this is an answer to my prayer. If you are shot, the Hollick this extra good for you. Everything must go because this is going to be some bargains until if you run a business, I have a business on over on a business. Then you realize there's a reasoning everything must go because every must go set something else with profit is going to come in. So there's things that doesn't have profitability in a former cease and that we need to get rid of. So that we make room for the new things that God wants to play in. I don't know if you're hearing me. So I just realized how started going in and do some inventory in my life. And I'm so grateful looking at the memory stones about what God has done. But also realizing that there's things in this next cease, and as I'm saying a need to get rid of some of the things that I can't take with me into my promise lamb. So the word that he had for two thousand nine teen. Yes. The enemy is attacking. And there is the battled you fight after the battle. You won. Say that again there is this battled. You fight after the battle you want. So you may be have a prophetic word encountered this week. And and then the enemy comes in. And there's the bad. Would you fight after the battle you one and part of what I want us to going in and capture because feel to stick was made it to me prophetically speaking at the same time pid, actually, a billionaire in Asia got my previous road because I health God, send me on assignment to Asia because he meets prime ministers and presidents and leaders, and I felt that God had a word and I had rod, and I just felt the Lord says go to his place go to his palace and give him to rod because it's going to be a lesson that he needs in this season. So this is going to be a practical application for tonight. But I just felt even before we're moving into this week. And there are some things that needs to go. So that some things that has a very high profit for you this year is going to be able to come. In. And then we just have to being aware of God will not treat you based on your history, but your destiny. Could I say that again, this is just? God will not treat you based on your history that your destiny. So this story here and let me just go into scriptures. And I'm gonna more voted, and if you take notes, but if you're seeing very story into bible that believe is going to be a beautiful picture for us today. The story is actually that. God can feel and God can hear when I'm watching the news. What I'm seeing what's going on in American. I'm seeing eight hundred thousand people right now that awaiting before the paycheck. Constantly being bombarded with news, then getting bombarded with news from the Middle East auto things going on under wall. And it is so easy before we know it to get so overwhelmed by all of the things that is going on. But then subtly God had forgotten the cry of his son daughters, and then he says, so if you're looking into Abram is second Jacob what you're seeing here is is the family you see in the covenant. He said he had not forgot because of his covenant to Abraham Isaac. And Jacob the had not heard that quite so this whole thing let my people go. So what God is interested? I don't want people to be slaved to this world any longer. I want you to become free become whom to sunset free is free in feed and win a spirit of the Lord is with a spirit of the lordship. Is there is liberty. And there is freedom. So Holy Ghost this Thurs freedom. So I started to see this thing. And that there's this cry and feel this cry of the whole creation that is moaning and groaning for the very manifestations of this sons and daughters of God. But I realize so many of us we're in the wilderness, and we're still living in praying God for giving us manner for today and gave us a healing today. It was not the way he intended for us to live but his living in this needy. And it was a cease foot up. Now, he wants to take us into that promise land. So that that can become a promised land that we can take because what we've been set free from. We can set people free from. But as long as we have all these things on our show that we need to get rid of. So we can get the God thing sonar shelves, and that's kind of a part of the story. So the story is about Mosa sense. I'm going to take about fifteen minutes on this. And I think it's going to help you this life message for me. It's not something that just came up with. But I I have this rod with me and my hotel room when I go to bed because in a moment, I get news from the Middle East. They burned down no church passers being gift. I'm looking at. We're doing this event than six weeks. Anita Senate check over to get the stadium. Inviting five hundred people from the persecuted church of God is all to come in for big healing meeting. Knocking under door of the new president and prime minister and Pakistan. So you have all these things that you're going to do. But it's impossible. It's supernatural I need God. And then I have to remember this very thing that you're going to get with you tonight that is with me every single day because in a moment, I want you to know when you forget that's when the enemy comes in. That's why it's important to have memory stones. So that when I'm looking at Goliath, I have a beer and a behind me, and I can go back to the history I have with God. And if not what the enemy will do is. He will get you back to your failures instead of God's faithfulness. And he will start to point to your regrets. One of the things we're going to be healed from tonight the regrets when you look into back mirror to shame of today and the fear of tomorrow three things that we're going to be free from tonight. Can you say Amen to that is wonderful? So here is the story in the middle of the God is about to raise southbound, I believe would all my heart that all takes us one individual person one person, and you restore hope. One person. I live in Atlanta. A Morton Luther King that has a dream on Monday. We're celebrating it. One of my highlights on my life was suspend. Day would king's family and Vida king and other ones sitting around a table and being then and being taken behind the scenes and hearing stories. Because. You only have a thought the over what you love. And to see one is walking down to a stepson is look into one side. Here's a shotgun homes. And here's the Lanka still see the picture familial child when he was and somebody things that made him who he is. But it takes one person it takes you to being healing and hope to your environment into your marriage into your home into your finances into our school system wrong one person to create a tipping point. And I've looked enough in America have seen. Too many things, but there is some practical things that I think that we can help. So what God is looking for. He's looking person he's looking for someone someone they get the re- percent them. We know the story. Monday enemy is pick up that God is about to do something home. Any of you know, to God is about to do something. I can tell you very clearly God is about to do home. Any of that? There's a little division going on in America. Why do you think that division is going on? It's because of this next move of unity that is coming. So it's a prophetic people. We don't need an Old Testament. And the news paper two point do diagnosis. We need prophetic people that can see your. Here's what's going on. But here's what God is doing and bring hope in a SaaS to release it and re percent Jesus they came to give life and life more abundantly. That doesn't mean we're not aware of the scheme of the enemy, but we are not being overwhelmed. Buddy enemy. We're being overwhelmed by God. We don't have a doctor's problem in America. We have lack of light. I almost feel like preteen tonight. I don't why I got into this mode. It's like, ooh. But I do sense there. Something urgent because I love this country into fifty states. I travel across this country. Following the love when my city of Atlanta. That's why go to the homeless, and I want to going in and also go into the mosques and neighbors Hindu in my birthday. Normally it was last week. Normally come here and have been here quite a few of my birthday. But what I did is I invited all of our booth is friends to be part of my birthday party. And it wasn't incredible birthday party. That's what Jesus would. And he if he loves sinners, I love sinners, and if cinders loves to be around Jesus, they should love to be around you. And I. But when the enemy sees what God is doing. Guess what he is doing? He's trying to kill the baby boy's see what he enemy is doing his fight to kill the baby boy's. Why is he trying to kill the baby boys because Mosa deliver is coming? If I make the list of the ten biggest area where the enemy is attacking. I can also show you what God is up to. And that's why we need sons and daughters that are in covenant at one mint atonement at one min winter father with his son dispirit that are coming into an agreement. Intern alignment would heaven so we can move into the assignment here on earth. So he's talking to kill the baby boys. But mama when she has a little baby puts them into nihil. And we know the store he floats down denial, and there is a Princess, and she is going down there to bait and get water, and then she see baby boy and Princess picks up the little boy takes into the palace of feral. It will be like you're taking this child into ISIS training camp. I mean, if you thinking about all the demons of hell, they're coming into an agreement with a feral that controls the wolves system and right in the middle of it here Moses has raised in this kind of an atmosphere. So here this little baby. Boy is the one that got us called to be a deliver. He's raised in that, incredible culture. He knows everything there is about Egypt. He knows the language. He knows the culture. He knows what feral things he knows about this system. He would have every PHD in these whatever it is and Egyptian system he spent forty years there. And that's the good news. He gets qualified say qualify say qualify. That's the problem. He got qualified. But God, I when you get qualified you first has to become disqualified before you get qualified. So when he is forty years old most is ready to start. He's ready for the ordination right now. I'm ready. I know everything about there is to note to do God's work God's way and everything I'm gonna go out and fight for righteousness. And I'm going to change the wool that kind of attitude, and he goes out, then we notice story first of all. He saw mistreatment and he goes in. And he kills an Egyptian and the next day. Disraeli's? Are you going to do to us? What you did to Egyptian and fear comes in. And most us at that moment. Runs into the wilderness, and he starts the journey. And now we're getting in would my staff he goes into the journey to become a shepherd he was called to be a world changer. He was called to be a culture shaper. He was called to be deliverance. Instead now he is out in the wilderness. Home many of you have been in a wilderness. This place does not the word it is to take them into the promised land. But instead, I'm out here taking care of sheep. Most who are and eventually in this journey with this incredible road. That is carved and have all beautiful things that you came out on it forty years. This rod has been with him. Then eighty years old and forgot about this. This is his identity say identity. This is not just his identity. This is his retirement. This is his provision, this assists protection. It's been with him. If something try to attack the sheep in microbusiness, taking care of sheep. And he doesn't know how to do a whole lot of anything and God comes in and says now it's time to begin. Took forty years to get most out of Egypt. But it took another forty years to get Egypt out of Mosul. Say that again for also supposed to be forty days, by the way, Jesus had forty days into wilderness. And to be tested and purpose of the test is the testimony. So you can say spit up on me, and he has a ninety and I got some good news bad news. And then he coming out then here it begins because God says most us remember, here's what I want you to do. I want you to go to tell the people there's about three million griping juice whining and complaining, they are slaves to Egypt, and I want you to go there. And I want you to take them out of there and take him to the promise land. But the God. I'm just and you can read is next to an exodus three and eventually, but I want us to capture just a couple of key moment that you maybe that's not your situation. It can be totally different. But its practical application for wherever you're at in your walk. Exacly these principle. So when he comes there, and I both as God. And God says Moses. All you, tell them this tell them that. I n have sent you. If I were most always say God, that's not good grandma. I m have sent me. Hey, furrow IM have sent me. Doesn't sound too. But if you captured this you capture everything this will change your life tonight. If you captured this one simple thing, I m I m have sent you. I m have called you. I n have chosen you even before you work in your mother's womb. I n. Can't be. What is your knee on he'd healing your Hilo AM Jehovah Rafeh? What do you need Honey provision IM Jehovah gyro your provider? What are you need? I am Jehovah show little piece. It doesn't matter. What your issue is? And if you're captured the only response pack, and his you are. Do you are? And people in your family, the people in your community, the people in Delaware. The people in America were start to say he is. When we capture the I am God's people says you are to wool Arana's say he is. He is say when me say, I am you are he is say it again. I am you are. He is. So anything that comes against me is an invitation from me again to get back to this. I m. And I know the burning Bush experience before and. Now, we heading into the text than to just this the text for today was exodus for verse one through five. And then this question is. How I'm going to do practically speaking what do you have in your hand? Everything must go. It's time to give up. So that you can go up. It is time to give up. So that you can go to plays of surrender is the place of divine exchange. What did you have in your hand? Well, I gotta rod and for me as I started last year's new year after ISIS came in to suicide bombers booth himself than a church. And all these horrific things started to take place, and we had been been killing fields in Cambodia and had been on a trip around a wall and had just gone into RTF dealing with PTSD because of all the horrific things that had seen that year. And I sat at the kitchen table, and my wife said leave when did it stop being fun? And I had lost my joy. I was just survive. I'm sitting there, and I couldn't dream. I'm surviving so much pain. This is so hard, and I was just looking back was facing this and then remembered a rod life. What do you have? Well, I got this ministry, and we provide new for the persecutor church supposed to be protector laid down. God you don't understand this menu twenty years old globe mission awareness all over. It's is your ministry was at my ministry. Is it my business your business? And before you know, it he went through everything must go. And it just went to a hall. Those different area is in my provision. I am you are he is. But I have a son was is that my problem your problem my burdens, Ian, my yoke is light. Why are you carrying something that didn't belong to you? Tonight is what do you have in your hand? And for most is exodus for verse one to five for most very clear. I gotta rod very nice rod. It's shepherd's. Rod has been with me for forty years. It's been my dentist. I'm schoolteacher. I'm the business owner who. Most what you haven't got this rod what kind of a rod because his identity was in what he was doing. And God I needed to give him an identity grade. Not what he could do for God. But what he can do from God. Could I say that again? Do you is no longer what you can do for God that will you are able to do from God that's going to be up graders evening. One more time was. Some of you got it soon is going to get you. No long or what you're doing forgot that you're doing from God. What do you have in your hand? How gotta rod identity protection. Retirement security value. Most is just what I want you to lay down. But God you don't understand. This is laid down. And I wish this was just one time. This is daily thing for me to continue to clean my shelf. Everything must go. So that we can put into things that is more profitable and this season, and I laid on most when he laid under rob became serpent. Just look at me for a second. And we're about to land this. You do not even realizing if it is his until it becomes a hiss. It became a serpent and his has to go out. So his comes in. So when you lay down your fear to perfect love moves in and perfect. Love takes away. Fear. Well, you lay down your inside your late the depression relate hundred disappointments and feeling even that he's going to heal disappointment. When you lay in one hundred hopelessness when you're laying down all of you just lay down because listen, whatever you becoming free from entrusted with. When do you don't need it? You can have it. God does need your high Seki needs. You. And then what's happening is becomes a serpent. So all we do know if there's any serpent, poisonous nature. Even God is given. I know that when I'm up at night, I'm going to talk interceding. But I mean, they're seeding from the place of identity, intimacy and inheritance some stepping into my destiny, and even when I'm talking to you this year is clogged and this ringing sound is disturbing. But I'm still come up here because I'm facing my giant. I'm not gonna talk about my John going to talk to my giant. And it is time to get this out. And I'm laying down belong to you. My life belongs to you. My family belongs to you, my children and my future belongs to lay down belongs to you. It's your church. It's your ministry. It's JIRA movement. It's you. Because the IM you are is. Later on. He says see that serpent. I want you to pick it up, but God serpent it's going to bite the and he's at by the way when you pick it up pick it up after the tail. I'm in a we I don't know about snakes. We don't have poisonous snakes. Norway was an Australia, and they have eight out of the ten worse killing snakes. And I just saw them in a query in kind of a cages didn't want to be near. But I learned something when I saw Australian deal with snakes, they'd never touched the tail and in doesn't they went right behind if snakes had ears. I don't even remember if they did. Mainly the business end is not loose. Pick it up, but something starts to change the very nature change, and is no longer. Just a man. Would rod this one would God's rod God's ability God's authority God's wisdom. God's power. God's love. God's joy everything that is in him is in you right now. And as long as we holding the rod of God light is going to penetrate, darkness love is going to penetrate. But what he enemy is doing is trying to wear out. And that's why we're going to learn it's going to be the last active Asian tonight. What do you have in your hand? Most is facing. Wow. I have this problem. Have you been there? Let's be honest. Just waved to me. Got the calm divorce got the diagnosis. We just got a call my son. And we all. What do you have in your? I am. I am your Papa. Your father. I am the loving father. I am a good father IM your provider. You're sufficiency are your strenght. I am your piece. I am. I am. I am. Worship is back. Again, you are you are you are environment SaaS to change he is part of my assignment so a sub sunset daughters. Ordinary people. Learn how to use God's rod God's way and to be able to hold up the rod of God over their life. Sova? Marriages Sova finances. That sometimes when you give so and you do not know if there's any serpentine nature and till you lay it down. I just felt this evening that we're going to start. Then tomorrow, we're going to build a little bit. And I want us to tap into our identities sons and daughters of glory and tapping into the love and from that lovely the power and wisdom starts the floor. But today, I just felt that this is going to be key. So just give to small examples that I'm going to come back. And if you moments I felt I wanted to activate it over us. But here is the the two things I wanted to make if you have those because Moses standing there because you're going to face it, you get the phone call crisis coming in and for most this three million of them. They'll whining and complaining if you think it is hard to pass through. I have pastored. It's hard. I got a little sheep bites. Daming sharp. But here we have three million of them. They all have slave mentality. There's supposed to be head not fair. They have still not got renew mine. They wanted to go back to slavery again. I know why in an complaining Moses is like trying to solve all these issues. Like, I don't know if you being there, but you're going to learn a lesson. Invent most. I have no problem. I was there last Friday. I have news problem. This ENT specialist says on this says something else, and this is here. I can't get up because I have vertical and I'm supposed to travel and there's a ringing sewn on. I'm not sleeping. Here's what he enemies do four sympathy. Fatigue. And when he wears you with a t fear, and then when fear comes in failure. And when you feel your failed forsaken, he isolates you. And at that moment, the attack starts. Fifty just no. And he just waiting to your down to read tank, and then he pushes the button off here. And fears false evidences appearing real. F e a r. You're supposed to have God look at you know, they've where's that rod? You can get out of bed. You can't think clear I was so bad that Friday. I wouldn't even know I was trying to think the name on my pants seriously. And I couldn't even think the name because the pain was so severe. What do you have in your? Most what? We don't have time to talk about the rod and evidence. Three million people. It is. What do you have in your have? What are you dealing with waters overwhelming? You what are some of the root fear? What are some of the things that is coming in there because lay it down? Laid down. Because when you come free from it, you can pick up something is calling off grade. Very IM. And it becomes a you are, and he is and we noticed in eventually. God Twee million. And then gods? What do you have in your gotta rod what kind of a rod? And that's the question for you day by day thirty days, if you do it you're going to see environment, which you're gonna get another test and another testimony. The thirty days you will have that. What do you have what kind of the rod is Gerard or his right? Because if it is not his and maybe have a hiss. And how do you know that is there pressure or pleasure? So most is captured I said, I got your rod. I got your ability. I got your wisdom. I got your thority. I got everything that you have. I have most. What is the problem? God. I don't have a problem. You have the problem. Three million people on yours. What are you going to do about it? You're my healer. You're my provider. You're my sufficiency you all my strength because when you captured EIN you captured a you are and world around us will say he is. We have another situation who time has gone along. This time on Cup between the rock and the hard place in front of me is the Red Sea. Behind me thorough seems to be in the mood. Swing. Faeroe have forgotten about all these things and he's come to win and whole army to kill us. God. Sometimes I can have up to eight of those episodes in a month. And it's like. Got a call from Pakistan. I got one today I get from all over the world and things is happening and financial health and family, and you get called a text. What do you have in your? Laid down. And then eventually when you realize what you got what God has given you. You have everything that you need to everything that got us. Call you to and to be. But the thing is too late on yours and pick up his so doesn't have a hiss. And then just remember, and that's what worship Ben praised us. We holding that up. That's what your thought he'd us my Thornton you because I remember who you are by one the EM in him. Then you know, the I am accepted. I am loved. I am in. You comes to. And a you are starts to be released. I'm going to give it over to pastor Dale, but I just wanted to release and there's one more less than we're going to do how many here think that there is an area of upgrade in your life. Is there anyone here that could see there's some things that we could lay down those three specific things. I felt for this evening. That was yeah. I feel like it was supposed to do the three things that I felt specifically what he enemy is doing this season was three things that I felt that was more for tonight. One of them is regret or failure from your past. What I felt this like the enemy is black mailing you. He reminds you about your past. And he brings regret so you carry regrets your time to look at the future. You're trying to be there into presence. But there's things that has happened. It could be in your family and your life, and everything and you carrying things from your past. And I want us just to be honest here. I'll being honest, would you this is family time. I want you to wave to me if you know that you're struggling with that over, maybe it's a little voice. I had came again to me today to was just like a little voice came in. And I'm like, that's a Nieta blood Jesus. Like oh. The second thing is so in regard to the past. It's going to be healed in the present. Shame. Shame. Shame. I heard the father says I'm going to break. Shame. I'm going to set my people free from shame. What is shame. Shame or continue to tell you who you are not. Instead of who you are. Shame is going to going in. Then whisper would that very voice constantly point to your failure? Instead of his faithfulness. You're looking the wrong report card and forget are looking at the plus, and there's many different things that could be what other people has your life. There can be many things that causes shame. But I felt he said I'm going to heal people from shame. If there's any shame. We're gonna late on all shame tonight. And then there was a third thing when it comes to the future fear. Is there anyone here, by the way, which shame that you see that voice? Have shamed comes in. And we're the enemy whisper little bit left. Sill yet is this is just confessions. You confess. Yeah. And the third one is fear fear of the future, you're looking into the future. And you just feel as wait. It's kind of a little overwhelming. There's some fear towards the future of what's going on. It could be in your life in America. Would you family finances? Dreaming. So that was I saw an another thing. I heard him saying I'm just hearing now. Well, just also said hope deferred has made you heartsick. Some of you have had hope and hope you've had to prophetic words, and you have had all these things and you have had hope over period of time. It did not happen. And now twenty five years of being paid for healing. And now you don't want to expect too much because if you expect Moore it's going to lead to another disappointments. So what you have done as you just lowered and lowered down expectancy level because if you don't expect too much you don't have to have too much disappointments and felt that the father says that I'm going to heal that today. And I'm just heard him say I'm going to heal hope and I'm going to release the dreams again. And it was one more. Who is that by the way? Let me see. Okay. And it was one more. And that was a cedar some people there's been dreams in your life, and you have dream then you had dreams that could be prophetic words dreams something shout or something happened. Maybe you're not in control over it. But here been a death to it. And I just know that there's going to be some resurrection of dreams. I just saw these caskets there was funerals. And I was wondering what is those caskets? And he said it is the dreams of my sons and daughters. And I just felt that the father says I want to. I'm going to not just here, but I'm going to resurrect dreams and resurrect that back again people's like, so if you have dreams in your life that needs to be resurrected because you did a funeral because this never going to happen. You just left the deer you subtle with that. There's been a funeral. I just want your to raise your hand. Okay. Let's just stand to our feet. Do you? Remember, what was your issue? Holy spirit. I just I invite you Holy Spirit. Just come right now. There you go more. You have not given us a spirit of fear that you have given us a spirit of power love and a sound mind. And I just Romans eight twenty eight where it says that he uses all things out for good. That means both good and the bad. He uses that for north grade. That's the material he uses front upgrade. So far, the now, even if we're looking at past mayor, and if I just done that or if I made that choice if I hadn't gone if it's all those things regrets from the past. And we're looking at all these things I had a little bit more time with my dad, or if I've regrets put it on your rod and just look at your rod at this moment because you about the laid down and he's going to fill it up with something from him. And that is when you're gonna look in their past you're going to see his faithfulness, you're gonna see his faithfulness over your life. You're going to see the memory stones of what God has done. You're going to see how all of those things it's going to be the very nutri. Instead he's going to use to bring glory to himself. Father even at this moment, we just place all of that into the rod into or rod that is about to become your rod anyone Shane and I just saw. So even at this moment, I just wanted to place to shame. It's just physically speak. That's why carried a rod with me pit this. Shame. And whenever shamed comes in. And reminds me who I am not even when I started compare myself to other people if I was like this or if I. And ashamed comes in and voice of shame. I don't want to live in shame anymore show. Jesus. All shame psycho share in all of his glory. No more. Shame. And I'm going to see me as my Papa sees me. There's a lot of things says through, but knowing the truth sets, you free, and it truth is what he says about you place that into the rod. If there's any fear fear. Fear was he is not giving you a spirit of fear as glorious future for you. You're going to live in the presence. You're not going to. Wow live into pass. You cannot do anything about the past. You're gonna do anything about tomorrow. You can do something about today. You can dream about tomorrow. And that's what you're going to have. When you're looking into the future is going to be full of hope, and it's going to be full of dreams show. Well, bubba. So just released that over you right now. And even as we're looking at this rod. Anyone had hoped deferred that has made a heart. Sick. You're going to heal those hearts. Broken hearts rejected hearts, wounded heart, suits. Even farts to get heart. Fearful. Votes. Because when you start to dream again and desire again, it is three. Life. Proverbs thirteen twenty safari even at this very moment. We're putting all of that. Bulldoze disappointments, I know it in my own body now just to confess on this rock. This rod is says in grave at somebody sent me. This is my new rod somewhere here. It's in graven says. Nineteen ten g's the son of man came to see and save that which was. For the son of man came to see. 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It was great man equipment before we get going obviously from well they can get shut. The bringing dot com slash. Soccer should be some pieces. I'm saying rice house when you in colorado writes house is really good as a very listed guardless in those an amazing impromptu. Kohl's someone it was very integral to bring a name right to oslo. That is one of the great podcasts moments. I gotta say that was incredible. Couldn't believe I mean. I wasn't there no of course When you heard it back. I like so good man and guest placements if you wanna listen to what the music play on each surge in playlist on spotify. There's ones at the top such outdoors thing. That's always jody. Yesterday day know many many years. It's i could participate in that particular sort of ration- but i think there's part of me that thinks that just one she should just go all out and i know it's not what it was in the headlines a little bit you know it's not it takes mommy levels of going up. Maybe he takes his no lines. It takes so he months to grow by route. That's the thing it takes ages so touches good things take time. You know this. That's true that's very true. My mom loves it when a grouse well. Well there you go. That's a bigger inspiration. Will love your mom of it. Everyone will be in high park drip on the time line and then being be going voluntarily bowl you know they say you know what we said about. People who voluntarily man danger interesting. I dispute that. That's true that's very true. Lukaku has been undefendable since he went voluntarily bold he has he is absolutely locked in. There is no hassle. That says i want this. Do fuck with me more than a voluntarily bold even team. She was trying to flex see that. I mean he's trying something he's trying something. Yeah luck is that it is while came up very angry and bold ones with the bid the bulled in the bed combo's just like whoa counts one. Yeah we've covered this before we've covered traffic vibes anyway. I was going to say even more terrifying when they have a goatee. Ever goatee say tolls. Anyways they were going to. Trump is lead mailbox stuff. We're going to let the questions guide us. We my air touch on a couple of against the questions but after this this episode is brought to you by priceline. Are you ready to get off the couch. And out of the house satisfy your travel means with priceline and save money doing it. They can save you up to sixty percent off your favorite hotels and they have exclusive deals on flights in rental cars with priceline. Every trip is a big deal to save on your next trip. Visit priceline dot com or madonna's. Just start with a little bit of your thoughts or even humane takeaways from the return of champions league. It was the best of nil-nil drills. It was the western illinois drills. So i feel very very saudi. Very very sorry for dini mckay of lisbon because that was a really exciting neil notre and then you compare that to like that photo. Like completely opposed james. Did you say thin. K of lisbon vika. Because it's been sorry up in germany long. Why didn't you go whoa. Whoa whoa. Whoa sorry 'cause. They coldest grounds to customers. Benfica lisbon. I've been here. I've been been germany to please don't need that guy. Oh what's the what's the english word again. I never made his off. I know i don't like this jaw. I'm leaving in as well because people need to know. People need to know why pope every day. Anyway you off. My thought so thoughts were no major surprises to these games. And i felt like young boys wasn't a surprise. No not really. Oh no it wasn't. It wasn't a surprise because manchester. Not his game. Management can be quite eccentric thing of light. Do we stick twist. Do we go for the extra goal. Ought to be something what we have to strange awfulness and socialize record in europe. Isn't the best in. the champions. League is not the best. So that result didn't it wasn't showed up in it even tweeted about when i saw the result was your life so i was watching a different game at nioshi comey different game and searched across. But it didn't surprise me try people. Oh my goodness massive shark will know like. He's seven and ten in the champions league. This isn't like this was foreshadowed. That wasn't the jaw-dropping result and also like similarly the kind of know the the wailing and gnashing of teeth about buying and barcelona that confected thing because by an are so close to their peak right even early in the season the not that far from how good they can get the best superb and i mean there's one thing that pk said about are there. Were so many kids at that. By the end the army was the kids. Weren't the ones that that down like bossa on that far away from being quite cotinine there was some good pieces that so i felt like almost the one big shock surprise. I suppose was cut british. Ps g ole. But even that was not going to be a few of those is that makes sense right. So i'm gonna be on the end of the of the right eye now. This is the thing ryan said. Look at these results over. Sorry long long aunts too short question. I was not wildly. Surprised by san folks was a little demo. I was a little bit surprised by the reaction to bossa binds. Honest because i think the boss with that bad thank you. Oh my goodness. I really liked to look what they did. Especially in the first half. I think it was i love. It was aesthetic so play playing three in the back through the back at home. In champions league game was like watching bunk. An roma on the bench on the job. Now it was. It was totally like that back in the day. We used to go toe to toe fist thing. I actually prefer them without messy to be honest positive. I tell you why because this team. Yeah but like basically what i was thinking of. It is to kind of every single thing with their love teams in europe in the moment every single roof every single result comes with a huge extra wave of like existentialism or dissection and i think with boss alona the thing that was really boring was the they just didn't they didn't test Toll they had no shells on target. That's the worry first. Half they were about twenty minutes in the first half. I saw green shoots. I saw opportunity optimism. And i thought actually if you saw your flanks you've got something exciting about and also when they don't have messy. Don't play such irresponsible football. They don't play this weird kind of horrible with massey's gonna solta out and they don't lose the shapes so easily. I actually think that this is. I quite liked to love what they did. Ryan to be on the ice. Hey elevate i think there's some there's some very easily identifiable solvable problems. Yeah so for example. I think like the thing that message does. Is that when you take your biggest weapon away. You've gotta learn you've got to be smarter and the thing that's what you said with. The hero is now because they haven't got the grace blurb time in my opinion and in my opinion alerted people. Were kind of losing their shit about this game and don't think it was a game that you need is lucy shit over. I think buying fossey barrier. I don't think by really turned the screw now. I don't think they've really needed to. But also i don't think. Barcelona were quite stressful. As i expected them to be. From being honest. I actually thought this game would be more of a hiding the statistical breakdown when she is what is in games like this because obviously teams can take of the gas. It wasn't a complete domination. It was more the expect to go shots. Target and chances created the that was the thing that buying deflects that superiority and that was quite comical scenes. If you weren't a busload of final veasley of just them being like defending really scrappy and it was actually really fun. I thought it was really fun. There was a lot of light desperate defending in the books in the first half specifically and i. She quite enjoyed it. I think there are questions about joy alba their questions i think about. Bush cuts insane games. Garvey coming on luxury good again. He he was quite lucky to stay on the field though. I think he could have gone. 'cause he booked and then he had straight after another mc honor and puskas wasn't the were in the compressed spaces biscuits actually quite good because you'd have to cover much ground. I thought puskas actually in. Can i hope i thought he screened quite well. He didn't forget it could have had the draw. they could have gone to the hof adroit. Eric garcia hadn't backed off the strike familiar. Well he's the he's the he's Identifiable i wouldn't say issue but i think the There are certain there are certain identifiable areas of the barcelona set the boss. Learn aside what she can just you can just tweak and upgrade yeah i think bonds funds have done quite a good job of compartmentalizing where they are. That's right we actually had a question about whether bosses you go in the league. And i actually don't you would be the worst thing in the world for them because they're not gonna go super deep. Trump's league focusing on the league this season would be a really really good show. Boss loaner saying the buffalo in his shouldn't focus on. The champions league is kind of like a slob blaspheming in a church downforce in the moment barcelona on in a position where they can just go for everything they have to focus on certain things and i think actually what might be quite interesting and this is a little bit galaxy. His first game the shop so i've met. This is a little bit silly to even think about this stuff. But i think with web oslo unwrap and where the potential bits of joy are gonna come from in this squad kind of caught in this little bit of limbaugh mode of the moment where they have to really really scampering to stay alive and focal sense and therefore the experience needed actually. I don't think the experience guys are a level bar few to really pull them to where they have historically been so if they go into something like europa league in the problem is now that there were some pretty good teams new york. Let's not forget that. But i think it might be quite a good opportunity for boss alone to give youngsters more experience of european football and almost kind of look at this year's i've owned those i'm gonna transition period really push it through his. That needs to be some gentlemen though. Actually i'm gonna completely pixel over wife just said because not involve some kind of long term strategic thinking wishes just has been president busload remember and i just don't think it's actually the guy for that now. I i think what it is. I think that's a fair what you said. I think what we do is really. We'll look at as a team that is going to be a plea if there's going to be a solution is going to come from the players. I the board is going to be. The last thing comes in strategies. The players almost like number not copa. Del rey. I love to see that. Because i was like that they can take something positive from the season and idol must be like. Let me get silverware this year. great troy for the comparable rate. Look at that. Maybe it's a priority the first part silva they'd never say this publicly. Of course europa league because in the league is difficult illegals difficult defensively oversee golf league in terms of realistic trophy priorities. I think commodore on europa league and they can go deep neuropathy like there are great teams in the tournament the same time people melania tournament. This this i find mr romance to actually Particularly like some of the last last he sees into the police. I've been watching the as she. I i think i kind of rely on But also breakout Also like breakout stars. Trout phoenix right. We saw so many breakout stars in that tournament. So that the deep run and meant memphis. Dupuy's well it was a genuinely talismanic. Figure he someone that could lead boston. Date in the league as oppose the champion. Only because not because he's not good enough champion secret because surrounding pieces just aren't there. I think saw pretty clearly against by this is a this is not an aircraft into shape. Like it's paradis the at the moment in the champions league so yeah. That's that's my thoughts on that. I mean i'm good man. I think they'll cruise through group. Let's talk about my schneider credit because really talked about it I think games like this. Where the social vibes thing comes from because it felt a little bit rub in headlights I think when you lose a player one soccer. I mean the red was a red was taking off someone like son show. Who as we've said a million times before is amazing creating overloads on his arm. Yeah i think was such a wig decision schedule. He is in terms of his trajectory as united plan. Yes sure i think but also he is someone who can pull like if you'll down to ten men you have arguably the play in your side who can take out the game more than any other player in terms of like with the bullet their fee. Play a show. You need that player on the football pitch bringing on diogo dollar invite pressure not necessarily just from a football important. If you've also psychological point of view. I you could see david wagner. Who by the way. Let's just say like. Did him club holiday together this summer because they both like without realize his glasses. It's it's really nice to see. I'm not gonna talk too much about satori stuff because everyone does it now. But it's good to see a good to see david wagner not dripping in clip shops pot. Yeah control wagner. I'm into it. i'm into what he did in. This game switched that mentality. Straightway didn't In mind like the game was far from done at this point. They were still down. Equalize gets much. Schneider is hard enough like winning the game and there was one thing that he did actually which i thought was really i. Did you see his when everyone pegged it for the winner. He stayed ruining and then he kind of aboard pulled out and kind of around the fancy this year though some funny fulltime celebrations actually in this one in the say in this round. I think a weird when this manchester norwich result because it was such an avoidable. Defeat you can see you can see. That's just in terms of this change. The dollar substitution was. This is my shoes. Well maybe like a three at the back or something. I don't know an push. I just don't. I can see the individual reasons that changes. I can see the logic behind them. Then it's about game management right like and we can. This happens as united. Fan people blame. We blame the players that are executing but we seem to. We seem to play seemed to blame the players not executing a lot more than other supporters of on the clubs seem to blame. Plays that to me is a systemic problem. We've had that from for a long time. Actually united all the pleasures. Don't miss well no because the players are facing complex defensive and attacking systems. And you can't break down this complex systems with individual talent alone you just caught. You need a strategy and we said this a thousand times with the united like the extra twenty percent or whatever it is. Isn't that you're bringing on fred. You pivot of fred and vanderbeek. I don't even to poor tony vanderbeek. I mean shot of confidence no meaningful office for him. This player has been absolutely. He's had his confidence ruined because he's been deployed badly throughout. They've never seen have a clear plan for him And unfortunately more same with this united. Like i worry about sancho already knows saudi days by She worried about data center. This boy when i say worried. I'm worried. that the tommy hitting his form. The perception of him will be lower than it should be like. This player should have a bit more of an aura about him. Not some great issues come into city. And he's easing his way into it is easing and his co. gojira golden. You see him just like moving to the gays. I look at united. I'm like when is he gonna start moving through the kids. I mean my thoughts on this with a. He should've stayed into the air. I worry about this move. He will be fine ultimately because he is a very very good football. The problem is i think that when this is something i said so often before when you see players might not move at age. Twenty twenty one years old or younger is such a crucial point of development such a crucial point of that career. Personally i would like to see those kind of place. Stay the place that they're flourishing and blooming until like twenty three twenty four and then might not move right. You walk in get not move. You are good enough. You can keep developing. You can keep playing kind of adult meant. He was kinda free of scrutiny from from the press on the whole as a really exciting squad development. That will talk about a little bit. I'm not worried about his ability. And i'm not worried about his mentality and i'm not worried about jane. Sanchez of fuqua. I'm worried is not worried. I'd say i'm a little bit concerned. Just that the same thing. I was concerned before he even kicked to both manchester diet. Was just like us early for me. But i'm props. The young boys prostituted wagner massive for them top of about group. The the other two in that group vera. Al drew critical game that little bit. We'll blame them. They are they are. But i mean this is a good result. Isolation appointed very. Al is nothing to sniff out as a result And it's weird. They could result for the to them in the group. Because i still think those the two strongest sides even with anticipate challenges stumbles in this area for you think athlons on viral or strong side. The message not in that group. Yeah i do mussa. Really i do i do i do actually. I don't think i saw. I don't think really paper magician. I it should be player in that. Easy i wish. Yeah yeah we should be things on paper. That's what i'm saying. We should be a lot of things on paper by. Don't think don't think we're better at the moment. Yeah go see more from us. That's my view. Cristiano ronaldo is gonna Eight hundred goes season. Just by hannibal go fantas. Well i gotta say that Great assist from benefit undiscerning As well the promises well as well as ten men. He's not the most mobile target. Man i would say like in the sense of you know. He's very much a kind of jewel in the crown in that attack. He pies the everything and that's not criticism of the eight hundred bucks onwards. That's his very much his place. And i think when you've got ten players the problem was they couldn't have pulled him for strike at the more because it would almost been like. You can't really pull rank on someone that scored off thirteen minutes. They could have done was get. We'll take him off On bring a ford on restricts the play with running. But i couldn't even doing that I think also promised the attack united attack needed focal point. I think keeping the moment been fine because you still have goals in him yet. And we had a couple of questions on this game one from matthew edward who said with all these lack of in game came in and the teams disjointed playing style. Will it mean this. United team will never quite make it paraphrasing hoping for the best expecting the west. I just think about united have so much ability. It's just that thing of match control. It's match controlling Obvious obvious to but plays control the tempo. And it's it's weird. I mean a-. So when i use the coveted. Espn it got exhausting. Because i found myself writing the same thing over again it was like we need some that can control tempo. We need like a character type player. We just need kind of player and michael. Carrick is not a unicorn. There are other footballers in world football. Who can control the tempo historically play extorting. But the other plays like carrot since and we've just never effort to buy one and i honestly masked because and i'm not even criticizing the stats people united. I think probably senator recommendations to the boardroom. Are they just keep getting ignored. The ignored and you can see it. United us this wit internal tension because every now and again someone who really knows what they're doing forces to assigning but you can see that signing it's been like blood from a stone and until we learn to control the tempo of games from the base of midfield whenever gonna get further certain point. It's just never going to happen. You just can't do it. you can't win on firepower alone. Who just can't people she and he says who in the group will benefit. Most from the money should not defeat. I think lonzo actually because he also said also too early for me to be fretting over. I'll tell answer again. They could barely keep up with themselves. And we're lucky to georgia and via rail. I think those to oversee the the biggest beneficiaries of that. Oh you never know. I think the the results psychologically for young boys my nickname a couple of points hair in that they may not have really goods really goods. They completely manage dawson. Europa league final. We seem to forget that they managed to be handled us. They handled united like a point. That and i say this as well that is good results right to come out with that place with a of change. Pick up points. Elsewhere should be young boys to be honest You should be looking to them. Not lonzo ball. Less streaky form. Sarah they can put our in champions league showing that this into like that format into class at should the manchester united players. Just had the criminal in custody this this whole shit about like elders. There's no one's touching the put in like fuck eat. The pudding cares thing your professional athlete. Like you'll see now arising eat the pudding funny. How that detailee Isn't it just weird mass marketing campaign as dislike strange. 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If you're ever stopped at a rail crossing and the signals are flashing and you don't see the train or it appears to be moving slowly and you're thinking maybe you could across the tracks before the train companies. Think about this. Even if the engineer sees you an applies emergency brakes right away. It can take a train over a mile to stop. That's right over a mile by that time it's too late and a results are often deadly. Stop trains cans. Let's talk about aceh because they absolutely. This was an amazing game. The can't believe no even talked about this year however long. Wow pet strike you talking about moving. not yet. He doesn't yet he doesn't need one yet. Scott he will against leipzig man defensive. Yeah and that was the case last year. And then what the united to them refugees. Twenty second tournament twenty-second twenty minute. Hat trick like seek do this. They do implode you fold every now and again in the Funny night that They can he's gonna need strike at some point he doesn't need more now on the fluidity of somerset cities play was fantastic and also i'd say that's the thing about debris in the right. See the goal that makita schools that is all about debris nah rushing up on youtube quick. It's like when you're on the beach you see the tidal wave pershing off at ten minutes to get out the ways. Oh oh so. My toes debris a beating. The two men of the triple and crossing in michaela was not expecting to make background so quickly. And as you know these great players age generation above debris is going to be fascinating. Two years watching him emerge ask regular contender full of about on like you know. Top took the incense that his ability to influence from so deep on the pitch. Everyone is aku wherever the man is. The thing as well as exciting to city and terrify everyone else's i've mentioned before the focus are greenish has kind of easing his way into the new boy. Asset showing flashes playing with within himself. Not any kind of lazy way but just not forcing it right. He's laying the game come to him and the beauty of his goal against leipzig was greenish. Was okay the handbrake has off that goal he scored. It's the fact. The first touch with the left foot into his path is such a supremely confident thing for any player to do you know we. We've said this before like yeah. It's not a big need. A great i two feet but just the confidence on the front foot in the finish. I was like this man is treating stadium like his platform like his stage. That is very very exciting. For facility has goes so good. I was so good and it was like it was it was he school facility before. But this was like this felt like the this is the arrival. Yeah i go to busy game love to see it. Just the reaction from the fans from him and i love this so much. Big jack grief. He's unashamedly some great goals in this game and kook hat trick and which i think will go lost in this because of of the school line life sake The very old very early days. But there's been a big transition. There were different sites last season. I know a couple of log. Bits of that will be down to change in personnel. The sabat certainly mcconnell going to buy this is no gray. Huge cannot losing As well however live secret stream lee difficult to beat a season on the season before they teams to go maximum on them to ready them. Now they're worth flurries herring that like champions league as you mentioned but on the whole they were really really tough. They run teams hard. Yeah this season so far. There's been a switch to this kind of like trying to play a little bit more fluid and free but just really leaves them wide open at the back. I think the opening like however long with the errors the the leipzig created and the way that seemed to have the game completely under control. I think sages Half for bit and let life back into the game however this is you did see the best of what life cigar at the moment in terms of the goals were pretty. Well was nice goals. You always felt city at more in them. Yeah yeah yeah for sure like very much like the kind of boss of buying game. Yes but it felt like see did have more goals in them. I think going to be interesting to see what happens with leipzig season because there were a few rumblings of discontent fullest but came out. Just we compensate goals. I this con- i think. There's been a few rumblings in various german articles. I've heroin the gem impressed about the most senior play is not really being wild about the shift in style. That the The jesse is trying to do. They've only had one win this season. Jesse muscles lost four of his five opening games in charge now a little bit tougher on but i mean losing away to mine game. This season the beach took it lost the way it was harm to bind lost away at city and they've conceded eleven goals in the last three games but goodwin facility less touch liberal really quickly because this was one of those famous unfilled nine. It was it was. This is exciting for balon game back and purely purely coaching. Really well as a funny thing. About when's latino in stockton. Obviously like you know. He's a spearhead for their attack and he's been brilliant for them when they don't have that in the forced to go more fluid. I'm i kind of like it. Because it gives it gives the defense less predictable problems at least at least was latin as challenges. He can be mark. You know the poison is right. You know what you're gonna get but with this frontline from diaz ribitsch floating around the out. It's it's a difficult a difficult proposition. And we saw that. So i often particular With a minute to apologize as well for jinxing mosala penalty records is say though that like milan didn't do shit until they did do shit. And then they made those three minutes rudy recount. But that's what they do that but that's what they do. They do They they break pretty really well when they break their unpredictable. So it's watching a different game. It was coverage breaking against. Ps g and the last minute and like they just didn't know how to end the contract. The spacing was wrong whereas you watch milan break. And when they get a chance to go out you the very good at getting in the gaps. Be really impressive. By the pool to comeback. Think quite a wholesome thing even about jordan henderson celebration like this children hennessy. Like celebrating and let you know raising the roof like come on then. You have like you contrast that with a love cheat bellingham. He perhaps is celebration. Yeah we'll we'll get. Yeah yeah yeah. We'll get into that. He's not boy i like. He's not if i like it but he can be. Because he's he's he's he's he's just two to two very very good celebrations. I talked in fact he was going to be the work but we can. We can use to custer to jump to that now actually the squish alpha young club picking up tiago from a bear hug from behind which was absolutely amazing but not good win for the and you know what the the thing about this game really lived like she was it just remind it just felt like a legacy game. Okay lippo ac milan. I'm filled in champions league. Three two good game was just the right place. Do have a question unlivable. We did let the questions guy doesn't rebound said no questions. Nice typical nonsense. The questions of with us the spirit though the spirit all right had a couple of questions about dortmund Johnson should dortmund just build a june bellingham. Stop shoot now. No take your time. Carlson kolpak said. How good can jude. Bellingham bay top midfielder on the world or better right so dolman being shipped as to one in istanbul to bella game opened the scoring and then assisted for the second holand just before. Half-time thing loved about holden's go like she was this. This is what i love about holding so holand talk about home for four total budget. Holand is is an alpha but he knows when to give problems. Yes yes yeah. The first thing he did on that goal was looked for jude consideration. Yeah and because he knew and the thing that i really love about them days that they've they've they've they had these last season but they just got relationship like jud came in and crossed his post much interview again. i'm just gonna reiterate the same bucking thing. I always say about football club. They stick around for bit right. Essentially was in that squad as well still they'd be. I genuinely think they'd be a contender. Took deep in the champions league If you around. I think even said it. We said it if they hang on to them said this cobos out of british dasa's he made one amazing save actually was at one. I think it was at one nelly. I might've even been before they scold by grady. Like him yet. he's likes presence and he's a while but jude's goal was so good and he's really added this today's game this season already noticed you've noticed the mock is like got him getting into positions in a more talking sense and he's becoming more of an all round complete midfielder which we kinda said that he was going to be anyway. There was no. There is no identifiable weakness in his game. Really for for someone who's eighteen years old. Also just his his mentality showing. It was so hostile environment with this. Is where i want to talk about very quickly. We're taught the hostility so he schools after about nineteen minutes. And i'm like my guy runs over to the corner flag and is like sh possess things as as you must have received a facility in the first thirty minutes to be doing that but the fact that that is the smoke that you want and he wanted all of it and i thought to myself this is like the mentality to take onto yourself. Correct crowd was allowed back. Crowded that they know that they can get result if they go at teams with arum with the support being being not intense and it just takes the sting out to his his assist as well as a way that he dribbles he moves like someone so most he moves unlike anyone else. I said it's because you know when you watch someone's skiing down a slight price and the ankles are bent an almost impossible degree. He dribbles like like he dribbles. There's some people that dribble with shoulders hips. Bisque guy throws you entire body shape. It's ready remarkable. It's strange to see someone who is not present sentiment field dribbling out wide like that. You know to see someone that is the bit. The wing who is comfortable inside is extremely rare. See that in the same in the same person is amazing. Yeah i'll try out the same line. I say every single time we talk about jud he just keeps passing every tests. That's put in front of him without any real like drama just deals with. He's like his whole attitude is just dealing with everything. That's been thrown. Didn't even in relation to the wig is complete unrelated to football humilation at the race stuff in football. He was just like y'all just never get tired of talking about it. And i'm like like he's he's already already of being very very vocal off the pitch about certain things like he was really really supportive of emma. Radic off after pismo organ ditties and that was in the middle of the year ours as well remember that they had enough stuff going on. Yeah he's a good boy jude dirty and again. I just really really hope that he stays for a while. Because i think the sobriety good environment for sale at him to flourish in. I think he was asked about it as set straight away. My focus is is before bay. Which i love. You is because he always talks about beef obey and actually own that probably the best of this bunch of puma. Third kits adult memorial because it doesn't say dormant it says beef phobe knowing and that's cool. That's very cool old school. I'm down without bow. Spiel verein founded nine nine bowl. Game club barrosa. So so compact love. I love german sometimes. It's so compact. He just gives the oil vitim. It's like a square meal and when you're watching the bundy's league and they don't really care they don't really care whether you know the for example you'll be watching often hyman. It'll be tes and if you didn't know who the fuck attache yeah yeah i love. The buddhists league is just like What's the unwillingness to compromise. Yeah that's great. A couple of quick shots. I ax blowing away splitting clipped gal. Five one i was really happy for sebastian. Jala here yeah. Hot trick for four. He got four others really happy to see because just playing like the ofa docs nine. He does say well and they were all like you know nine they will like classic nine finishes good to see him flourishing because a lot of people if the typical permitting all can hack into permanent well sometimes. It's just not the right context. There's a lot of things on another field that work out You know i'm psalms. A great town is a great club. I'm just happy to him flourishing. So yeah that was great. Sporting just defensively awry. Unfortunately hitler points you actually got to say also shot supporters. That was some beautiful kids going around this champions league and renounced nationally the it shows how much bosses homecare has been fucked with over the last few years about third kit. They war is more palatable than their current home get. Yeah that's a great challenge. The i like that as well rumbling mkaku scoring again funny thing for chausson i mean it can be a little bit fiddly there. They can but they know it's funny. You see it in the video game and now with zenit like like we gotta really go out these people at the intensity and it played with it was what do anyway it's interesting. The last two games and tickled be very happy because ended. He still to clean sheets but he's really had to grind. You're going to get it get it. It's like you said this before like everyone comes out. You course that'd be fine. I think though gal that group easy. I liked this game a lot. I'd like to see teams being battle-tested you know and this really was one you so it took off to has been to arkansas. Took ten minutes about anything above site. Frankly talks but it was interesting. Zenit sex she was point nine. Four chelsea's point six nine dot. That's how the game felt to be honest because then it broke really really well. Actually caucus goal was hard. Like look into it a lot to do. Yeah the movement is well in the direction of it. You've abm mile more the other game in that group. Three now three goals alexandra. I trump trump's legal damola the penalty. And then murata in nashville. Share right after it was like strip ramos straightaway. Thus you've as i competitive win of the season so if they didn't win i quite like that. Quite murata combo like. Yeah i do i do. Actually i like the movement. They both make for each other changes as well. You've i think that five changes from the weekend. We have to shout club. Bruges like you mentioned the shot at the mouth show again point seven. Ps is an amazing result after shout out sheriff being choctaw to nil the domitories first goal was fucking believable. That is a beauty yet. Believable that volley. I watched about four or five times over and over again on. Repeat it was so good. It just looks amazing. It looked it was so clean and the trajectory was so flat from the cross to delay. They was like watching faith game school. Also jean-pierre pantai these this classical. Yes classical striker honest this podcast to you. Imagine you imagine like retarded. Not benign around europe like text each other spontaneously going. If you seen his goal by tori like if you see back in the day is a classic finish. I love the statistical breakdown. This guy twenty-five percent possession. Sheriff point nine seven. Expect to goals compared to shock. Toss point nine five lubbock efficiency also. They broke well didn't they. That's the thing exceeds quite a few times in champions league and tha such a great result against utah tautou. I know mania member shocked on what they did the double overall season. Yeah a now. No mugs in the champions league Nova this group is really interesting luxury for top. This group romantic last minute when a in milan against into camera finger with the assist. Yes he's having to literally style to life. Notre assist was amazing. Sort of watching volume. Something in valverde and he does this beautiful kind of the word. Fully cushioned volley pass to rodrigue was really Awesome awesome athleti porter three shots on target five fouls nine yellow cards one red forget. What the brunner's acre says is football as is meant to be you know what you said for the vendors league. Yeah yeah true. What the funny thing with them. Funny thing of this game was watching. Wasn't funny. It was whenever tomas schools for that. I'm like wow. Maybe this can be the breakthrough miss so bad. You're so bad you're bad full prior man and like everyone's just like no no no no no funds the clubs when you stop taking up their teams who listen to podcast. No no no. No no no no what you do talking racist you cannot she you can reliably say that the only reason that the catfish is because i have overrated them to begin with this dog. You could argue toronto everton. That's why why worry when you stop begging me up to people. Because he was scared you might be a catfish. We saved the best for last. Because you have this question from the always mischievous co honcho of the styles. This thing's killer. Joe it is isn't it could lays ajar on. What does he want from. Us was versus salzburg. The most studio game of. Oh yes yes yes it will. Food for those stick ward yellowcard in minutes. Ms penalties in minutes yellow cod fifteen minutes scored penalty twenty one minutes. Yellow cod twenty. Six minutes missed penalty. Seven minutes scored penalty two minutes to halftime substitutions red card. Fifty minutes yellowcard sixty five minutes yellowcard. Eighteen minutes yellowcard eight minutes. Another yellowcard eight. Four minutes and two yellow cards in stoppage-time take my money take all of it by life full penalties in the first half of a champions league game you will be. Anyone will be surprised to hear that this is a three player. He me up here. This is an immense. That i did you see when he got the second one point you. There's a funny thing happened as well. This this game featured i think the first sympathetic read of the season When i say sympathy has an i felt sorry for a nest. We're getting sent off because he died for penalty you know. I feel sorry for him. Because frankly why wouldn't you give the rest of atlas this bucket of street. I felt sorry. I feel so i never know. He feels like the plays that dive. I've never done it before. But this was the one occasion for sorry. Because i thought to myself you have to try. Your luck was actually context by the looks of it. If i feel be set up really quick visit rafting. What ref given how things are coming kind of had to. I'd love to see the be light. Actually go to point. Go on with sled. Just give it anyway. I tell so much sympathy for the penalty awarded dizzy when he got to him and he was just she was just like what the fuck is going got. I think is deepened. I think is deepening. A moment because thing about football roads inherently ridiculous spor. We love it. It's kind of ridiculous but the most for most the time when you kerchief will match whatever the most of we can maintain the pretends to your job is steady normal thing. That happens every now and again. Is that if you're unlucky. Coach as a point are like i'm caught in the simulation it's up in the simulation dot breaks through and happened to call us beyond cheat on the famous Loafing happened to cause beyond chairlift madrid. Happened again sibusiso. Spoke and you can see the look on. Both coaches faith almost sympathy. And they're like we know this is going to be a little night. She wrapped question. Neil sedgwick pick that darkhorse winner the winner you see. I don't know. Be dr cost. Win of the champions league Just because of the sheer financial firepower of those will get the final stages I'm going to be boring here for the first time it's just to anti. It's just too early. The dark horses probably haven't played the contenders yet. We haven't seen him knocker stripe of this first round. We didn't see someone knock stripe anyone. I think what is clear to me. Is the a a new sip. Before evans gonna come up. Ps g. ever gonna come to history with an absolute ferocity they're going to have They might have anticipated But that's not that's not big shower at other knots dramatic shop because even the big names. They have don't have defensive intensity that they had five years ago. That's not big shout that for mita my dark host when twenty twenty one twenty twenty league is on. Don't say it didn't say ryan schrodinger coast because you'll name but it won't happen. You called the oh good. I'm glad you didn't say dobermans. Because if you'd said it would have become them. Notice dumont because sensitive. Say well. If thought team i just believed wins. 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EP. 41- Culture Changer Pt. 2

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

37:38 min | 3 years ago

EP. 41- Culture Changer Pt. 2

"Hi, friends. It's Kaley here with Leif Hetland. We are just super excited about our topic today. I'm we're going to be piggybacking on what we talked about last week in the first part of culture shift lay so brilliantly laid out, I think he says the most brilliant point of view on. On the world view, the political climate that the weather patterns of the world and what God thinks in our last podcast. We talked about what time are we living in touch with cars. The ester suggests the Nehemiah as a place for kingdom people in these high influential places, and you do this brilliant overview of the top actors in the world right now, the the forty five who are fighting for a unipol or position in the world. And and broke it down from unipol to by polar end. I love it so much this topic. I feel like everyone in the kingdom needs to know about the history of the world, and what God's doing it and creating that bridge so life. What would you like to say about what we talked about last week? I think it first of all. Just a simple little thing that into seventies developers. We had a phenomenal opportunity to impact I was just thinking even when I was in say Sunday school in the early seventies. But because so much of the church at the time we were trying to see how we could get out of here instead of hard to bring Jesus into here because we didn't have the proper wool views. So we didn't raise up in the Sunday school classes, we talked stories about the Danielson David's the giant slayers giantkillers that we didn't raise. So a culture that was going to shape culture, and it was kind of a more against than say imagine that in the seventies that when we started we had people that could understand time and knew what to do. And if the war view was not so focus of how to get out of here. But knowing that we were going to be around, and it was going to be a new generation, then you were thinking about strategic speaking this is where I'm coming in where. In a Sunday school class with people in elementary school for elementary school teacher, a high school what if we raised up the future philosophy professors that the ethical festers what if we re percent people even creativity and arts at that could re-present good news, even a covert way. So that we were able to shape and change culture to some degree. We left a gap. We left a gap there. And then in the next Bowman when we didn't have indifference fears of influence in society would in have sons daughters of glory, mainly because we missed the time. We didn't understand at time. So I was just thinking about an even as I grew up at it's almost accidents how God chose me and brought me into a getting a different wool view. And now racing up other culture, change, your culture shapers people that can disciple nations. Not just people. We were trying to decide. Simple people. Why God was also calling the disciple nations. He says all full of the has been given to me now all void as begin to him. But no, I want you to go, and I want you to disciple nations. So how do we disciples nations as we baptized? MD immerse them in father, son and spirit. We Merced them in family, and we teach them from that, paradigm and different view. So we could have influenced the schoolteachers of the future, we could've influence the Konami. We could actually stop systemic poverty. We could gun in belt. And so none God is raising up other people that have auto. Whoa view that are stepping into dealing with a lot of things that Papa God one of his sons and daughters to do some saying that even as we looked at last week. I'm an optimist I'm looking at a world with with a little knowledge, I know half full, and when I'm coming from this oncoming from God select wall, my paradigm is. I love this will that God loves and I want to love with his love the way, he loves and love everyone that is in this war. So does not this against them. It is not the Democrats against Republican. It is not even what we're seeing here. Now. Against juice, so Muslims. I mean, if we are subtly believers that are against all these different people how we're going to be able to re present good news and being and Basser. This is not my home and just visitor here on this tiny little planet called earth. This is not my home. I'm just a visitor, but on Basseterre, and I'm repressing heaven as an ambassador of love and sodas every one of us as believers, so no do we re percent the king, and how do we re percent Colt, Joe dot king? How to reap percent that system would got us place us to be and called us to be. So I had some good news and some tools available for some some daughters of glory that you can use. So that you can actually be a difference maker powerful. I love it so much if you haven't listened to the first podcast stop what you're doing. Now. Go listen to it because it is absolutely brilliant. And it's a set up to what we're talking about today last week. We answer the question. What time are we living in? In today. We're gonna answer two questions. What is God doing our generation? And how do I invest my life Leif? What is God doing in our generation? I do want everyone to be weird that God is a generational God. So we asked a question what is God doing in this generation? So we're not just necessary. Just we'll God his just doing in my life. But there's this generational move of God's spirit. Like, you had to father some spirit. You have then cities nation you have Abram Isaac Jacob. And then you have nations, and if people have not listened to it, I've just on this message that I think is very applicable today. And that if you take the song twenty four where it says that the earth belongs to the Lord and the fullness of it and some twenty four so beautifully described everything and how God made it and everything. But then he says this is the generation of Jacob who seek his face. And then he talks opened up your heads all of your. Gates. So that the king of glory may come in. And it just describes the generation and usas this pitch of Jacob. So the the biggest thing that I wanted to focus on because it's very difficult in in a few minutes just giving some little tastes people will eventually see throughout two thousand nineteen. It will be one of my major topics is to to to actually start to release the car anointing because one of the tribes is our own thing. And part of the GM family of families is for every one of the sons and daughters to have this car and ninth thing and mandate and afford to understand understand times. But also knowing what to do. But then the second question was at what is God doing in this generation? It's not what God is not doing the what is God doing what has got to. What what is this God who sits in heaven? He loves the God that sits on the throne. He. Rules and rain a universe. He's not nervous about everything that is going on. So we are saying we are little minds looking at some of the little things that is taking place, but God himself as sovereign God who rules and Raines, and he's very good at it. But the thing that is challenging from our site is chosen to do that with some some daughters and he's chosen to do to a family system. So wanted to give just a very simple for some people that have not heard me teach on the got reformation. I had just one slide. But just there is being different moves. I've got spirit, and if we did have the time we could all the way from pretty much the first church to taking on a journey from pretty much the last two thousand years leading up to where we all right now. I think it would be phenomenal journey. Maybe when we do one of these schools. We haven't of the to do more details here just as trend watchers to see what God is doing. And how God. Eventually over and over again why God show walk. If that was what was happening in Wales in one thousand nine hundred four was that just a coincidence. Was that connected. What happening in South Africa was their connection would happen in Susa street and everything else. But to put it in a simple way and eventually by fifteen seventeen was not a reformation taking place. The reason this is important is because there's another reformation coming and God is setting up this reformation. It's very different when you talk about renewal. It's different when you talk about revival than when you also talking about reformation, the most famous, of course, these reformation wars, the reformation were Multan Luther was one God used as he was reading and studying book of Romans, and he got this download his ninety five thesis and often when we're looking at people like that as heroes. These are people that pay the price so that we can play today, and it's always very important for us to honor the roots. So that we can be entrusted would fruits. So that's why we always have to go back there and to save you go to average search. I did I think even. Yes, indeed. But at least I've done it several times lately, a whole many of you are excited at your saved by grace and everybody waves the hand the many of them not realizing if it was not for Martin Luther. These people they would still have to go to priests to try to have connection with a father that didn't that would know how to read and write and we wouldn't have the middle class out here because the average person out that it was just a small group elite that was part of the Royal family, all you had some of the priestly that had the education they had scriptures. And they they kind of were standing into gap between heaven and earth and do people, and they kept people pressed to you pretty much had. Well, we see today as third world similar like some places in Africa. That was the wall that was Norway. That was all over the world that we are seeing today. So the will live in third wall kind of nuthouse fan was assistant until this reformation came about and win a reformation was beautiful renaissance to other things that was taking place and the beautiful part of what we're seeing here. We'll have to Luther is this justification by faith and grays alone was a reformation of grace. It is actually it was connect. To a value system. That is so much of a God's mother and God's grace that salvation is actually gift to be received. Not the problem to be achieved the word of God. And it's interesting even into marketplace before that Guten Burke had a printing press, you somebody in the marketplace, even with creativity to be able to have the tools available sold that the bible was going to be available when he gave a revelation. So now, the average person people started on reading plans from that reformation. So when you now starting at revelation yourself, and you started see who God is who you are. You started getting identity, certainly and you're saved by grace. You're so valuable that guard paid a high price for you and people started to receive this and change and now got access themselves day or becoming priests and becoming kings stepping into this. And and so there's a lot of things we can say it was tremendous and good that happened from that. Right. Formation and was weaknesses and some of the things to learn because it still hadn't worked heart orphaned spirits because right now protesters as what Protestants came. So we protest what the Catholic dates its tab this miracles because Catholics they believe in miracles and make saints out of him. And let's not have fathers because that's they call themselves fathers. And so you ended up it office reaction. So there was not that evident was perfect. But it was something that God was up to God was doing something and just being aware of that. And so many of us today benefits honored a Catholic church. And that's another thing. We are seeing today that is taking place God is bringing actually together in a way with never seen before what the Catholic said Protestant because he never wanted all these divorces to take place, and that's what we saw the nation lissome and everything else because of this orphan thing because part of the core value would add reformation was that if you agree with me, you say a man and. We stayed together. But if you disagreed, you got divorced, and you start an another orphanage, another denomination, another church, and it just continued to split which was never intended onto this hot. But because the core values you need to believe, right? And you need to believe to eventually behave. And then if you behave you could go get belonging in the end, and then continue so but nineteen we know, of course, what happened in Susa streets and ninety six, but it was another set of that started to take place because the church was powerless. It was not necessary influence -ociety, it has become a religious system. And God wanted the Holy Spirit to show up and a Susa street became birthday point of another reformation, and then you can kinda trace the waves that has been going on ever since. And it's been phenomenal to see even as you're following those waves if that was an early on would Pentecostal and see deprives us why honored pentecostals because eve. Would roots of dependent costlo? My mom's side, they came were. Tommy barrett. Went to Susa street came back again to Oslo to Philadelphia, and he went to Switzerland. You could see how Pentecostal is some. But they were nobodies they were if you wanted to go even into fifties defined a Pentecostal, spirit filled church. It would be on the other side of detract. Many of them will be persecuted kicked out of the family because now they were speaking in tongues. And so there was a outpouring of spirit. But now it was not just for ten cost later on we saw latter-day Ray movement. And and I know there were some abuses always came. But it was started see the fivefold started to be restored. You started to see all of the move of God's spirit like would've Bennett with the episcopal church filled with the spirit that you started to see Catholic renew and you see all of these different traces, just bits and pieces. How God started to poor his spirit, then vineyard John Winberg came along and their vineyard was kind of. A bridge builder that just coming into everybody gets to play a lot of movement. A we apart we honor also John win before it was vineyard and Calgary chapel. A lot of the Jesus movement game. But Deng whimper Chuck Smith and similar does oughta guys had to amend influence of where we're at today. And so we build on that we honored and John was more. Instead of the superstars that came out through some amazing gift that we saw integrate healing revivals like the William Brennaman and many day Allen and many of these other people the oral Roberts two we see. No, no, everything that'd be individuals to some of the things we do now in our family family or Bethel global. Waking is connected to this. It's no everyone here gets to play. It's not watching one person to play, and it was more impart and empower so we see that. But I believe we're in the middle of not inland. Transition with see in the spirit mood thing. And what happened in Toronto in January ninety four what happened? On father, stay in Pensacola, ninety five and headed joy of writing all these waves. But then you start to see that inland transition. That is not a way this coming and it starts to build up. So from kingdom what God is doing you start to see the first one restore Jesus. And then the second restored a Holy Spirit. Now, the father is about to be restored. And it was on father stay Pensacola hit. It was not the Toronto blessing. They called the father's blessing. And it was almost like Toronto was more Papa came to play with his children. That's what you saw out of joy and everything else because somehow about such a heel into the body. And and people didn't always understand it in your stage today the fruits from that is Maya life. Heidi Baker, many of the other ones that was touched from this. God used Randy Clark in beautiful way in a small little place. God showed up and wall came there. But this is connected. And it is a starting point birthday point of a new reformation that is coming. And that is when God is restoring his family because he doesn't want to billion orphans he wants a billion sons and daughters. So this is the billion Suns Horace that we're heading into. But what he's doing to do that he wants to restore family, and he doesn't want to church stop right as orphanages because the spite of Jesus and the Holy Spirit that we had we still ended up with a lot of superstars started the fall. And we watched it on. Vision. Some of the superstars and top leaders in new churches, and all of those because you were still in an orphan system and God he wants his family back and he wants to restore the identity back of some daughters, and that's part of the movement at been able to write because it's also going to create Monsieur logically, a family that is going to touch the family the earth and is going to bring the love and how wool is going to see where his disciples because we have learned how to love. Well, so to put that in a simple way, we're living during the greatest time that the world has ever seen. There's the sued NAMI wave of love some people writing the second way, and they're forgetting about taking the surfboard precision himself for this new wave that is coming which is this new and got from nation, and is this going to be a baptism of love? The first one symbolized what aboutism water to second one baptism dispirit. This one is a baptism of love. And when we get comfortable with love, we're going to get comfortable got, and we're gonna. I love one another and we're going to love this world away to God loves this war. That is going to start something that we've never seen before and power and wisdom that is needed. That is going to come from some Sinatra's of glory is about to be revealed in a way that we've never seen before. So we're right. And there's that tension between similar we see what's happening secular in debt as we're moving into as saying this multi polar wall as that is position and everybody is you see also in the spirit from that. This reformation is coming and goddess were storing his family on earth, and it was so beautiful to be at the voice of the apostle and listening to father deceit his tread from different people like my friend, Bill Johnson. Randy Clark in March our own doctor, Tom Jones Bishop Joseph. It's the same tread everywhere. We were like big big family. That's how we felt like, and it was we're not competing one another we have completed one. It's just it's phenomenal n. There's many great things that God is up to and we're living during the greatest time, but it's going to require a whole shift and way of thinking. So we can't operate away within before you can't continue. This is too hard part for people when the when to see some change when you go from springtime to summertime, and then you moving the harvest, and we're moving into a harvest time right now, then you need to prepare you need to get ready. You operate differently? The way you do things differently during this season than it was in previous season. And it's important for people to be able to learning to move into the next transition. And that's a frustrating thing. If I ask people's Hct new your in the middle of a transition. And of course, we're always tried sation attention between how to navigate those season is very important based upon the two things we've talked about first of all understanding what's going on and wall understanding the time that we're living in second. Well, see what God is doing. So you don't. Get distracted by what the is doing are gonna tell you what the devil is doing what the enemy is up to. But then you also he's trying to divide why? Because God is trying to unify said prophetic people when you see that. There's no reason to give a diagnosis what the enemy is doing the prophetic people. But it is starting to release the word of God of how he wants to unify if that's the racial tensions that we see the attack that we are seeing in political landscape, economically, some of the things that looks like everything is going good. But some of the things that is about to expose. That's what we are stepping in as sunset daughters of glory. Absolutely. I as much. It's the world's top thinkers in the secular world. The question they're asking their greatest works. Their books are written on the subject of identity in your exactly right. There's a mirrored effect happening in the world in the church that God is restoring family in the church. He's doing it on a global level. He's doing it secular. Like, the there's this amazing philosopher from Princeton University. He were to call the ethics of identity, and he is just flesh out what the world is crying out for in. This person's less styles opposite of kingdom values. And these are the people who are building culture in the world that a lot of our universities -education system, the work the marketplace, they're thinking this way because of these top thinkers influence, they have so it is so phenomenal. And so important to know what God is doing. So that we can partner with him in the world. So he's going after site thing of density exact season that he wants you to walk into he. To restore that on the inside of you. So that you can influence the world around you have knowing who you are what you're here for. It's amazing. It's beautiful. It's amazing. Her third question. How do I invest my life? How do I have buy into this thing that God is doing in the world? What is my my part to play enough think it's very important for civil then to step into our identity. It's so important that you need to know who you are and whose you are in this season. Because if not what we do is we try to discover our destiny without having the identity that's a danger indices, so we twenty how do I fit into this? What we need to do. That's the tendency instead of I I do believe we need to do something for what do I need to be? So too simple thing who is got to you. And from there. I think that the simplicity of that answer should be for anyone that have the proper identity, and I did it. This warning before it went out of bed saying who are you to me? And he said, I m your Papa I am your father. And then the next thing is Papa God's son who on you to me. And I said, I am your sump IM, your beloved son some saying to starting point comes there's a resting place to wondered rules rains universe. He is my father. Yes, he is king who rules reigns. The universe. So some of the Royal heart that is coming in. I it's part of that. But that's not from an arrogance perspective because you also see that there was a God at that became flesh came in and took a towel and way that we and then surely moving in and Usenet royalty for servants to serve there's not significant. But what royalty serves and take towels and starts to meet some of the needs. It does something that changes the environment. So when suddenly people know who you are, and whose you are and then you can. Take it towel. And you see royalty going down washing feet and touching lepers when you're stepping into that equation. And starting to love the way that he loves it changes something so it starts without identity. The second that is needed here. And it's connected to my book. Call to rain the tree. Cheers is just the intimacy element. It's very important deceased as have intimacy would got but also intimacy to to being aware it's a hot journey making sure that we live an love from a whole heart whole hearted living and on top hole in a sense of not a hole in it. But whole W H, and that in a sense, it is a heart journey if you're going to navigate the future, you need to navigate would the heart of royalty. And you can see that with David. So you can navigate because that's capture your father's hot. So in the next moment. Servants is just waiting for instruction to know. What to do with a hard as I catch into hotter. Father and different situation and access to his heart and his very heartbe, and there's such an intimacy without Hartley. Jesus says on I do what I see my father do. And I say what my father say. So the second has been connected to intimacy from that the third one I talked about is the inheritance having an awareness everything that Jesus paid for under cross. There's all these precious things that is available Jesus as I am. So are you in this? He says the father said me, I also send you to be able to understanding now in the next moment. What is in my account? What is available to me? And that's one thing you have to have the identity because that is the master key to family account. The do also have the intimacy. So that that you're Stewart your studing what God is giving season. And right, and then a third one then see the inheritance that all these things that is in hell. Even available for us to solve the things that is going on here on earth. So whenever is the issue there something that heaven is available that Jesus paid for the U. And I get to re present as sons and daughters that are being led by the spirit because the kingdom is in dispirit is not about eating drinking, but righteousness, peace and joy in the spirit. That kingdom is in dispirit. And then you will find a righteous mini were doing things. Right. The way to God does things and we had a piece and that's by blessed auditees makers because they are the sons and daughters of God. And so that's what God wants us to do is to be peacemakers ambassadors. Peace and reconciliation, if that's in marriages doesn't school system. We have read presenting his peace. But to do that we have to have peace in a hearts to be able to bring his peace, and it is his piece not obvious that it becomes our piece. So that piece that is on me when you go to a house Jesus. Bring deputies bless this house. And then bring that peace, would you? So that's the other thing that you will see. So I do believe that the venue stepping into destiny. What is your uniqueness your special sauce, and for some people it is like while? And now, we're dealing with a large topic that we dealt with before even dream would God. And some of that what what are you weeping over? What are some of the things that you're seeing and for some of it is going in and being influencers in meeting would governments and kings? And stunning before that that requires something different than say schoolteacher. That was thank God it is Monday and would step into that classroom, and they will see each one of those students from heavens view and restoring the identity to those students bringing some of the value system and the schoolteacher. But what I'm not able to talk about Jesus here. You can influencing the presence of Jesus and bringing that into the heart of those students, and you can bring the value system. Kingdom in such a way that that students. There should be the best students with the best scores. And it's going to influence in homes and everything else when you do and learn how to covert revival. Well, auto wants us neuro science and have some people that doing neuro science. I one of our guys now that is just phenomenal moving into people that are struggling with their identity transgender lesbian homosexual, and he was so transformed that now he is transformed is transforming whole community. And so different people have different Simon of how to be able to re percent love and re percent, joy re percent piece. But that's when we are one in him that he is one of those. That's what we're going to start to learn how to live out. It's going to be important also practice speaking become financially free and his next season. It's going to be financial freedom. So that's we could hold session on kingdom economic and financial freedom. So I'm encouraging people. If you're in debt and is a season financial debt, and no fear or anything else. But there was freedom. You cannot serve two masters. You're going to serve either God amendment and one you will serve is the one that meets your need when money needs to meet instead of God, you're going to serve money, but what you do that. When you're in debt is that you all this will system something, and it is part of the reason we cannot speak up undefinitive, but a lot of the resources and finances we spend with interest on a lotta system. So let me at least start with on depreciating items and do not getting into that second or become free from it asking God and air supernatural plans, you can get quickly out of debt in a supernatural loathsome fishes defeat a multitude. So you have the twelve baskets leftover to be able to be free. So become free indices because to sunset free is free. Indeed. Because you when you have that freedom there's creativity flows, though, when you wake up in the morning and often this is one of the biggest giants that people have is that waking up in the morning and think about how I'm going to pay for this. So I'm going to pay for gas. This wall system, I o I o an after work, I go, and you had to serve this system. Paying interest into the system to find uncertain things assistant, and so you're underneath Farrell and his system and you're selling your time. And your talent to a system instead of freedom. So I believe God wants to set his people free. It's like. Homocysteine I want my people free people free and becoming free. And it's time to go into a promise land developing a promise land and dealing with a joints that are in a promised land. So our promise land, we are not going and spending time into wilderness. It's time for God's people to get out of the wilderness and not just asking for Mana today and manner tomorrow, and there is a cease and find out but the next season. Now is the cross Jordan going into that promised land take that promised land has for you. And he has for the people your family for your community and to be able to see heaven being established on earth. Wow. I in this is for every person to have influence in their world or God has them. I was just thinking have a friend who owns a pusher washing business and the supernatural power late supernatural things that happened in his world is inspiring his faith, really jackets. He would tell stories a yellow jacket hive in the corner. He would just pick it up and his workers relocated him. He'd say not today. You can't be here today just having influence in your area and staying nearly and it's so amazing. And I love the inside on the financial freedom of practicing to go after in this next year. And I've seen it in your life. And it's something that you've challenged invest here is is also dealing with things like doing anything with clarity. Like anything that's been held in the middle that you're going to answer ending showing up to this things facing them to prepare you to step into full of God has for you to us nineteen. So I think it's another thing to to encourage everyone. Who's listening is like think of those things that you don't have answers on that need clarity and go after that it would it. Help create the freedom in your life. And I knew it's person. That's what I'm going after as well. And it's creating credible freedom, but let's do a quick recap. We've talked about a lot in the past two podcasts. We are talking about overall being a culture changer, shifting the culture around you and how do that? And there's three basic questions that we've answered it's what time are we living in what is God doing in this generation in. How do I invest my life and digging into that third question? It's how you invest your life. It has everything to do with being not doing it's your identity. That's the question that the world is asking who am I and got his asking you the question who are who who are you to me asking? Okay. Who are you to me? And I love that. It's. Wholehearted living. You're not living with a hole in your heart. But holy living, fully healed. You have another point of this the intimacy element. You have inheritance. Which is we are ambassadors of heaven. God cintas here to represent his kingdom ring heaven to earth. And then the third is destiny. What is your special sauce? What is thing that only you can do and lay fleshes out in his book called the rain? So it encourage you to really go online and get that resource inmates mazing incredible resource. But thank you so much for leaning your heart in the wisdom that you've shared it's really invaluable. And so important to have any less words just think that we have some tools available now that we're just releasing actually this week, we had rain in life academy, and we grateful for the, but we also know making just the product of that encourage people and first of all to get rooted and grounded in love by receiving becoming and releasing love. We have this upgrade in love twelve video series where I'm bringing. Into best people like Heidi Baker, and Sean bowls and David Wagner to be able to look at that. So that because that needs to be a fundation of everything, and then we have tapping people into power because he has not giving us a spirit of fear, but power love and sound mind. And so I'm just saying that that's also Bill Johnson Randy Clark, Jefferson and other ones we intervened. Twelve video set it's worth for people to invest and end in the next season. If they've invested in now, some of the things we're talking about now is going to be more into wisdom series. And that's what we are. Now, preparing getting ready. So we were launched that next. But I think it could even good for people, even if they don't can go into rain in life academy or sign up for some of that you can now just get the product out of it. Meaning you can get the video watch it over and over again. So that that's something you become what would it look like what would look like if we became love? It was not just that. We knew love that would be came loved to this. And what would it look like if we tapped into? The fullness of power that is available to life an intimate life with a friend named the Holy Spirit. The same Holy Spirit. Jesus totally dependent and live the supernatural life and enact away. And then the next thing. How would have looked like when wis of God when we will be Weiss this season because wisdom is going to be needed and everything that we are talking about. It's it's not always about what is the right thing to do. But what is the Weiss thing to every area of life and ninety percent of the problem? People are struggling with. It's actually wisdom problem, and is the consequences to financially or health within to eat within know, what to do with knowledge, and there's all this knowledge out there under over hundred and fifty thousand south of books that wisdom is knowing where to get what is needed out of that knowledge and how to apply it. So we want to release wisdom over everyone of the sons daughter. So that's some tools that we make available and encouraged people just to be able to get hold of it. Check it out on our website at www global mission awareness dot com. Leif thinking thinking, thank you. I have no words. It's amazing. How will you bless us? Quickly. Father just want to remind you that you are a good. Good papa. And I think it every person that of listening that we are so much loved by you, and I'm so great for father for the way that you love people. I thank you father that you love this world so much you value everybody, and I. Thank you that. That's part of the reason is so important for each one of us to step in to this whole equation, where every person is very very valuable and away we valued at and away we value or self some just even asking father for that spirit of wisdom and revelation to rest on us, and that we are going to raise up a whole generation of the sons of this cicada understand at times. But also know what to do full of love full of power and full of wisdom. And I think if other people that are going to shape homes and classrooms that has gone to stop drug addiction or sub homeless problems or addiction. The opiates addiction any issue and giants that is out there. I think if other that you are racing giant slayers for such time as this that can deal with the giants by glory to God and see all over this wool giants coming down. And I think Jesus the ultimate giant-slayer that you on the rule and reign in every area. Thank you. That we'll born for such a time as this in cheeses may. May.

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Secret Seattle

Seattle Now

12:26 min | 2 months ago

Secret Seattle

"Support comes from b. e. c. You a member owned credit. Union putting people over profit offering financial services and support to the community with access to local financial centers over thirty thousand. Atm's and online resources at b. e. c. you dot org federally insured by ncua. Hey good morning. It's page browning. It's wednesday this is seattle now. I don't know about you. But i've been spending a lot of time outdoors this summer and i'm noticing all of these interesting things about seattle that i didn't notice before suzanne ryan figured this out years before me. She's behind the seattle wa report and she has a new book out about the quirky secrets hidden around the city. We'll get a history lesson with her on today's show but first let's get you caught him more than a thousand. Afghan people will be making their way to western washington. In the coming months the everett herald reports that twelve hundred afghan people will resettle in snohomish county alone. And the county's elected officials are welcoming them with open arms snohomish executive dave summers calls it a moral obligation. They'll join an already growing community. Washington has welcomed about eight percent of the total arrivals from afghanistan in the past few years. That's according to the state office of refugee and emigrant assistance. If you're looking to get out of town in the next few months please don't go to hawaii. That's basically the exact message from hawaii governor. David ige who has stopped. Short of issuing travel mandate but did put new limits on restaurants and car rentals. Ebay said it's just too dangerous with the delta varian spreading to welcome tourists right now and let the games begin again about a dozen washingtonians are set to compete in the paralympic games including track star chelsea mclemore. Who helped team. Usa sweep the podium in the fifteen hundred meter and five thousand meter in rio lake. Stevens is katie. Holloway is back to defend her gold medal. In sitting volleyball and walla walla's david wagner will. Go for a ninth paralympic medal in sitting tennis. We've all spent a lot of time. Closer to home in the last year slowing down and just walking in our own. Neighborhoods this slower pace. Let's you see more of your surroundings and notice details that you normally wouldn't see speeding by in a car or a bus. Susannah ryan is a city of seattle librarian who's walked countless miles around town armed with a notebook and her phone. She captures little pieces of seattle history. Her second book secret seattle and illustrated guide to the city's offbeat an overlooked. History came out this month. And she's here to tell us more about her local discoveries. Hey susanna thanks for being here high page. Thanks for having me. How did you launch into all of this walking and documenting. Well it all of started in two thousand seventeen. I've never been much of a walker before quite the opposite. Actually never that good at gym class. I you know. I had exercised induced asthma. And i just never really thought that. Any sort of fitness was the life for me and one day 2017. Something just kind of compelled me to leave my apartment one day without a destination or any time restraints at all and i think that really just suddenly opened up the world for me within minutes. I felt like i was seeing things that i had never seen before noticing stuff. I found a little park that i had never seen before. And so after a while. All these walk started kind of blend together in my head. So i got the idea to try to document it somehow and the most kind of reasonable thing for me seemed to be the combines drawing with walking which is something that i've always liked to do but never really had a good channel four and then after making the first one even though i just kind of wanted to keep it to myself. I decided to put it out there on instagram. For other people to find so. I called it seattle walker port and i was expecting only my mom and maybe a couple of co workers to follow along but as i kept walking and kept making comics about it. It just kind of grew from there and then I got the opportunity to make a book which came out in two thousand nineteen called seattle walker port and then one thing led to another and here i am with the second book so it just kind of all magically kicked off from that first step. I took out my front door out a very organic process. Yeah definitely is deciding to to put your feet on the ground and your first book. The walk Seattle walk report was a big success. What do you think. Readers find so appealing about these little slices of history and the city. That you've found you know. I think it's part of. It's a big part of all of our lives in the city. These little details of neighborhoods. But they're not something that people talk about very often so it seems like everybody who lives in a certain neighborhood male no some if you live on capitol hill you probably know some sign that's on broadway you've seen it a million times whether or not you've taken time to slow down in notice it and it's sort of what makes up the character of a neighborhood and so i think part of the peel might just be that someone's finally kind of documenting these different little more mundane things that make up everybody's kind of neighborhood experience for secret seattle. The book that just came out. What type of things did you decide to focus on. you know. I really wanted to look at the kind of more overlooked pieces of infrastructure and sidewalks and little overlooked details of neighborhoods To try to find some of the local stories behind them. So things like fire hydrants or utility poles or just different things like that lamp posts and kind of digging down and figuring out who the people were behind this. And what kind of stories to tell. That's what's so fun about your book too is that you are really bringing to life on the page. These sort of little known pieces or or maybe forgotten pieces of seattle history. Can you tell us more about the history of the coal shoots sure yes. Oh gosh where do i begin. It's so exciting to talk about close shifts. So basically what i found out. Is that this guy t.f clark. He came to seattle sometime before the great seattle fire of eighteen eighty nine. And at the time whether you arrived in seattle before or after the fire was something of a you know how sometimes people are a little bit judgy. If you've been if you only came to seattle in the last ten years or whatever you know it was that kind of thing it was like oh you you only came here after the fire i see so he was. He was a true original to whatever extent and so he was a sheet metal worker. And at the time cole was the predominant you know heating and electrical people needed call and so this door. He felt in his patent. Application was a beautiful upgrade to the coal shoot technology available at the time and it actually went on to be pretty big within seattle among new buildings putting in this particular coal shoot and i just thought it was cool to find that little local connection i saw in the book. There's the architecture. There's the box soup shop there's orient express. And can you tell me about these unusual. Cluster lights that you found sure. Yeah so actually there throughout downtown in pioneer square. And if you've been downtown even if it's been a while if you've been down there anytime within the last hundred years you've probably seen these lights there these three bold post lights and they're throughout downtown. And what i found is that they were actually part of an attempt in the early nineteen hundreds to put seattle on the map as the best lighted city in the united states. There was this big All these like new. Modern electricity options were now becoming available and seattle decided that ahead of its first world's fair. The nineteen o nine Alaskan yukon pacific exposition that they wanted to install these cluster lights to really dazzle visitors to the city so they ended up installing hundreds of them. They started on third avenue and then went to second and i. It was a frenzy. Like you wouldn't believe to get more. Cluster lights the second day turned on the third avenue lights. Everybody was like we gotta get in on these cluster lights and it actually really did work. eighty we had all these visitors to the city. The atlanta mayor came to visit and said that Seattle has a lot of things. We want down in atlanta and cluster. Lights as one so it really did work. And it's so cool to see Not all of the posts that you'll see downtown original but that same design has carried through For over one hundred years these little kind of marvel's in metal down there. Oh my gosh. The best lit city something else. That you have have documented a lot of our these sidewalks stamps. What's what's the deal with these. So what they are. Is that when Seattle was first getting cement sidewalks in the early nineteen hundreds. It was common for the contractor selected for the job to stamp their contractor name into the wet cement kind of as a calling card. So if someone's walking along and they're like. Wow who paved this sidewalk. I wanted to go. Yeah get they would know who. Yeah exactly and it was also just kind of to celebrate a sidewalk well paved so throughout the city. Today you can actually find a lot of these stamps sidewalks which means that the sidewalk most of the ones i've researched from about nineteen hundred to nineteen ten with the oldest one. I found Being from nineteen o one making it one hundred and twenty years old so lots of z satellites footsteps over that patch of sidewalk over all these years. But it's really fun to look out in different neighborhoods and try to find. These old sidewalks dance with different contractors. Unlv thinking of you any time. I see some little curiosity or oddity on my walks. What have your discoveries told you about the character of seattle. Who the city is you know. I think i kind of see. Seattle as a patchwork quilt that. Everybody's contributed to in some ways especially on the street level like just yesterday. I was walking along madison street. And i saw a brand new fire hydrant installed on a sidewalk. That still had a sidewalk stamp on it and so and so it was cool to see. Wow here's this little piece of twenty twenty one seattle next to this little piece of nineteen o five seattle and you know in fifty years. This fire hydrant will be the old fire hydrant and they'll be installing a you know who knows but you know all these things kind of coexist together in this little patchwork across the city don't need to go far in the city to kind of see what is sort of a little magical museum of seattle history in the infrastructure and the utility poles and everything else so and you know i'm just one person who is a huge nerd and is super passionate about this stuff and i decided you know i was able to find all this information so maybe you could to and we could all just kind of become little walker porter's for own block and kind of see what we see and try to learn a little bit more about that magical. History is documented in susanna ryan's new book secret seattle an illustrated guide to the city's offbeat and overlooked history and that came out this month susannah. Thanks for taking the time. Thank you so much page on. I stopped you. Thanks for listening today. And if you haven't yet find us on instagram. We're at seattle now pod jenny sessile more produced today's show or production team is caroline timberland gomez diana hong. Claire mcgrane matt martin and jason piano. Thanks to our colleague. Hans t white for helping with audio engineering today. Matt jorgensen does our theme music. I'm paid browning see you tomorrow.

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Episode 80 : The Hundred Draft

Its Cricket Show

11:52 min | 2 years ago

Episode 80 : The Hundred Draft

"Hub hopper originals. Hello and welcome to its cricket you'll my name is Hamid each from England central contract which means that the main contract which England has the list e contract only one player will be allowed per side King about were allowed a maximum of three oases players and had goo designated local icons each scored also has one player offs so inaudible uttered as will be having consisting of the group state as well as a knockout stage the sites eastside each of the side which we will be it will be beneficial to the game of Cricket we had talked about this in the previous episode also to be selected from these a number of players now before starting with the team says he'll I want to ask you do you think this another new for me added to talk about the most talk topic in these days a D. hundred and the draft which took place recently first of all let me he's not only the new generation is coming will be interested in playing the White Ball but also the players who are playing and who are in your late thirties who have not boards to be who are participating in this and then I think it's a good format were in the people of England specifically you know be the mentality or two thousand and twenty. ECB's new tournament villa run for around thirty days just thirty two matches are being played before the there will be the stringency is named as Trente rockets the major players the big players of this other like how ECB has allowed each one player from of their central contract to be a part of this and this should be controlled not only by England but also the other on other hand is on a positive note veteran I think this this first of all as noted by this should be controlled it shouldn't be like Finland is willing Dr of future football fence over there they are used to seeing the medicine on ninety minutes or so these matches will not take more than two hours as per To India such as Girija Schumann Gil. I don't see that becoming are happening here in the hundred eighteen only white ball players in so what I will do is give you a brief overview about how this stuff vent as in Vich major players are dead in all tournaments and tune it it will give you a rough welcome to this episode your February up so having a getting many have been getting many questions with respect with this tournament Pecan then the bowling prowess and all-rounder demalen meals and then there are also players like only pope Alex Davis and Craig Media invaded this tournament is an how this is looking forward not this will first of all start from July next year stood twenty twenty doc said there should make something it should be beneficial going learn as I appeal to India I think that Indian Indian premier league broad lots of tests players also the England cricket board and they're looking forward to finish up that and with that invention they are reduced it two hundred deliveries the more specifics are not yet out all the Z.. Nathan Remington also felt fire also has a pretty who scored johnny best being the central part of this other players appear made or what I purity to India to making the same tinkling learn I don't think so that will be brought out as a store wooden who are the local English breed northern superchargers are deterred teams which will be headed by Ben Stokes than there is Jordan Lee bumming him phoenix half players like Chris Vokes Moeen Ali Than Leeann Livingstone Kane Williamson Blake Mitchell Stocks Stephen Smith Colin Ingram Liam Plunkett Ryan Tender Scotty also being a part of this This the three men three foreign players will be allowed in each of the Playing eleven now my question to you sil- is evy boo patio Tom Hen sue lots of big name players in these most of these scored the major limitation will be ars speculation that there will be attending vol each so here's a look at how the squad's stack up for all the aid of Franchisees we sleep restore Louis Topley Huntersville in then Fabian Allen meant just originals is the v Ashiq Khan Doc- Short Alex heels are Nathan Kootenai. Ill Harry Gooney and Stephen Mullany the second than being all the of the Australian players measure of those players have been selected because during that the window Australian players do not have any major government adding powered over here Ben Folks to dom caller add more people familiar with the English County System Tom Kenmore is very popular player David of course the selection has been done on the business of how the players will be available during the course of determinant the that is why the reason that there's a major the International to international tournament so what do you think first of all about these eight the eight teams any inputs on this yes he ran I saw this I rory burns on Morgan Glenn Maxwell Muhammed Nabi Mohammad Amir Vandam over then mark would you think if England gets this league going and they become sort of the founding members of the hundred and this becomes as and Chelsea is named as sudden breathe dear marquee players are Joe Fra Archer and then Andre Russell David Wagner Shadow I didn't I had not agreed with this format coming in and I don't I didn't think that this will be making inroads or such a success as awards for the first time many big names Warsi in and I don't think so I have seen too many big names in single league other than Indian Premier League the players which are laying if anyone is following going Louis cricket they will be in quarter treat so now I have of uninteresting wish to you and have much of ambition to play international we'd also switch to white ball cricket and complete get also okay but becomes too many a great tournament Sir Twenty your limited ornaments coming up what happens is it can go both ways either the country which are hosting five six one wherein Jaws Butler Schalke Mehmood Matt Parkinson Imran Tahir Dane Vilas are part of this London spin it will be led by so Indian player now England Cricket Board till now have allowed their players to participate in all of the fallen leagues including She David really big hitter. Aaron finch than other of Ghanistan spin prowess Raymond Goose Lynn Adam lit lots of blur as it can be like how is in the t twenty format do you think England will start the stopping the players from participating I think there because because domestic system is off the inland is as progressed as India. I think these two are the only countries employers are allowed it makes the escort of very what did you say superstar kind of teams or at least five to six known England names are known worldwide a great cricketing day in Florida leaks like how does right now that's what I'm afraid of it can go both ways such immense when it comes up as soon as closer to the tournament we will talk more about the this tournament as well as the rules and regulations and more about each each individual so I think that that makes them or that makes England of this agreed with all those eight teams scored of one literally of floor you go out and planes such leaks and just to play in the country so I think there should be some some leeway or some some we all know how business here doesn't allow the players to participate in the foreign twenty leaks hence in the none of this none of this on the hundred search coined offer contract before and it should be put by secede self all right then that's that's all we have as as soon as of yet as a squad or well invincibles have Sam Quran Tom Quran Jason Roy Sunni Laurent Sampling Sandy Flemish any really do which are very focused on their

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Prememento #134: Season 4 Episode 13 - David Wagner

The Prememento Podcast

58:37 min | 11 months ago

Prememento #134: Season 4 Episode 13 - David Wagner

"This particular time of year. And we're getting close to the follow chapter off thousand two hundred and more volume nazis. Normally you have when you talk about an interesting season. We talk about teams. We talk about plastic manages. You know i'm trying to shoot holding the football reference that but they save them for the momentum podcast. What actually have a dvd with this. I'm gonna say sentence which would make no sense to anyone in need giddy of january. So seventy thousand million days ago which has decided to die. I lost my favorite mosk. These woods us. It's possible and season about basket. Go obviously how was the mask move. Jim carey job mask terrible. That's always carry those cds with me. Out of all of them fell out. I think they smoke and the film has been brought up. These will actually be the most positive review tbilisi's royalties because the best reviews the x eight point. Forget the chart. The end of the podcast. We the official support which. I'm not sure to be paid us by others a weeks about saturday. We'll sell unfortunately five dollars. A week probably exceeded the box office. Intake trust me. I wake got money from but in terms of our lots of mentioned this in a previous stories. If you're up to your mental fitness moi cohen mask situation was i was wearing something which was emblazoned with a bovine nations. Fancy why saying cowardice on. I'm not sure about china indonesia. He's the thing about the breakdown of this whole and really a the question leading to which is decided by stone so travel and the way you move in a diocese basis from point a. to point b. and wave cannon congo in that regard where lost moscow and being very foreign places and consummated on as always sort of retried moi steps some twenty four hours after so definitely how. They went off the bus tonight for not in possession of data so it's been less than twenty four hours. They're release places. Up can book so i was walking up to walk cursing. No one's gonna pick up around the musk and throw in the bin oil even take it for themselves so there is a possibility more being in the vicinity wind may have taken it in different directions of where i left. They were wearing my potentially now my pocket in the brisk forty minute walk from pasta to work now. It does economy then at that point incredibly dodgy. Eight would look if our fire in the musk. Not the master david or even the my sponsor and then put in a pocket because The face the published really. You're wearing something to troy. Bob jones and yet caseloads. John's unexpired happening. What are the last things oil lost before while. Just all this shit happens. It's long time ago. When i went away to before all this happened. Last game went to which is as a fucking terrible guy. I went away to watch. Bill play so much program on a rail replacement bus. There's talk about how second wave is going to be worse than the first wave but demonstrate how the best way once that during those lot are moments i went online to the prince of the program. Pay double just so. I can have complete collection together program for match which we lost wish. We were terrible. Wish i probably had one of the worst travel experiences in terms of actually getting home about four hours light. Gt various delays and such things much program on around place for books. There's no such thing as a you. Equivalent to country music in america definitely now. If you ever wanted to invent genre. I pay basically the arctic. Monkeys needs to cut it with things like that. It's a shame it was southampton sheffield because otherwise. It'd be demonstrated straightened so loss of innocence programs to masks as putting honestly because one of the things i thought about i was looking for these modules. Everybody scrambling to the microphone does let bigger than that. They're not marcus. Go pick by sending chinese. I wanna say general gist. The joke really filed to produce and it is true that i can't remember the last toy by kahn. Which is the point. A sizable lost something. And then find it again. I don't really have good luck with these sorts of things. There was an instance blessed year. Where boy a few other veggies with i- acquaintance of ours we traverse from one drinking establishment to the They were in fairly close proximity. And i'm no fear. But i think think cova stockpots way. We're sort of doing nothing of exchanging products where he was telling me by what he was up to. An almost going off this podcast. We did it for three years. Now can you describe and at the same time digging around him all back to try and form a laptop cartoon block. He wasn't thinking hang on. How did before came out another factor. How before okay on. Because i was doing anything of the score is participation. Rico documents north. Baltimore and i was scrubbing almost elected in. The pope doesn't know. I'll be in san high by most of and so i said to mutual friend. I'm going to go down to this drinking establishments about thirty seconds away. The roads. And i'm going to join recovery from behind boss or go into the pope. I acquired detention in the days. He goes to the ball. Get attention new. Got attention of the bus staff. Someone that's still oppose sitting here contained many hours of prominence. Oh goodness accolade goals. While the briefcase pulp fiction. Yup i know one hundred and to be fair august about half an hour ago at this point so the odds were that he would have been rhymed if it was because it none and also you housing's ub's the moment because it's not just about the money that it's gonna take to replace it by the work. It's about everything i believe. At this point we will only caught behind the building. So i was trying to keep up the pace and releasing them quite ferocious pace to use this. Jesus cross lockdown house us. Many many weeks ahead evolves up to end. I don't give up hope. And not so to the front of the pope. And i was about to take issue friends. I might not be funny. You might as well make your home. Don't know what fuck. I don't know how can try and recruit this and then looked on the front entrance of the pup was window a play on the windows as i was walking out the pope and trying to fit things into been lift there for half an hour with no more seeing it not taking it. Low talked to buy. If you're going to recover something to austin. This is probably the most position i have. I'd also i'd might leave in folks every everyone for half an hour without anyone. This is clearly too much of a police. Operation stink to thank of until it demonstrates both the chivalry of the establishment you read. I'd also the foul site methods. Stay in your mind to keep things safe though that safe that you can. You remember what whatever was linked to the about ovaries hearings back for the court of public. Decided you guilty of withholding from the politics and grandpa's my laptop release some great content and then unfortunately so it. It'll be two years when i put my laptop and they lose it this storm so this gets lost. Seattle's talk basically the pasta listening to these nag the laptop in the future. What are leaving somewhere else and to not one person has some high fine. My laptop finished. Anything found more passwords loaded into sports. Avoid you probably got all the details at this point but funky manage to load the podcast. Suffered that my congratulate you. This is a permanent podcast. Miami shook with long sauvage is always been season one. We went from getting them with the game. Number one season two was all about twenty nine hundred twenty all the way back to. I have rincon. I should primarily last year. We told the story of the property through the plaza cells. This time around. We're going one step. Further looking into the dugouts and the managers and the stories of those men the held both plaza fights and the close fights in their hands now on pipe. I note the episode of tolerable. I'm serving the house my laptop as efficiently. We decided not so we have the name the total with such with such a short time in a very clearly defined stop point and point on club in question all. I'm going to break protocol. I'm going to ask the fans. The question i asked my carpet center at the start of every podcast. Don't think for single seconds the yield is used to very specific commentary and format for most even though the format's usual over the place so even though he changed rose with a bit still go again. And i'm going to ask you the same question. I ask not even having hard Huntersville funds have had to say yet. Boys you'll general consensus opinion. Obviously be slowly different. Given the fact does club off dive in fact. But i'm glad that we actually did break and start the fighting trump because achieving the funding true was longer than one sentence to. That's usually while. I am confined. But i was struggling to sum this up in sentence. My folks were divide. So how like a one of my rambling comparisons ready. It's a bit like giving a situation where you're on a first date all you're in the early stages of relationship with someone famous situation where you know he likes someone i most people have a general sense of you. Hold a little back of yourself to begin with you. Don't usually go free wheeling with your hardcore periods until he comes onto the tight for a little bit. I'd say you're a situation where you'll days all your newly formed relationship is happening annette talking about something that really passionate about and you sat and you're thinking i really want to not give a shit talking about here. Say i don't give a shit because we under water under the bridge you trying to find interest and that's got it brings about to by girl spilled because i can see how huntersville fans have a really high opinion of. He took them back to the top flight for the first time in a very long time. They had some great results right maintenance. But i often album speaking from neutral perspective but in this particular instance of neutral neutral because maybe because he was such a fleeting moment in the premier league and because while villa wind inappropriately. Or you know. I don't really have much called a lead to them. Because i went and talked flight site. I'm gonna appreciate what he did. But it doesn't really effect me scheme of things at all. Say because i was tired recorded that time in the top flight even though it wasn't that long ago nick ron scheming things and nobody talks about kind of things have gone and moved on in terms of toy in very quickly terms of mask. The mask the mask. It does seem like ages is good. They're friendly even though it wasn't in the grand scheme of things so it's almost like a moment. Italian a shooting star. that's gone. That was probably not really gonna last anyway. And i never really had much interested in anyway so with those cards on the table. This is going to be some great analysis. Why me our walk us. It's interesting actually because loose and you've slot east more five point rating before we get on twenty s which is interesting. Because you didn't full for the one trap door that i was hoping at least anticipating in my four four and maybe you're not doing that is actually 'lustration. The my initial point action garbage and people not necessarily subscribe to this with at least the consensus the oil thought of and it's interesting to note that even after that went on the field which will touch upon very right briefly because there are certain numbers on the digital get grouped together but to combat to that what we have to stop. Because if you've not actually listen to this podcast before the full mount. He's we from the end of it. Primarily chris sometimes the end of their career sometimes further failed depending on how this is one of those instances to the stop and in this instance one of the things that we have to illustrate as the since he left for this field. It's actually been a massive bed of roses for him and we start in germany and cup and we talked about everything. That's gone on this year. And things are gonna. Shell could issue. Don't good things not based on banners role as talks about in previous podcasts. About how a former player returns to the club's manager it was shown i think tactically. He wasn't start really. I think they would anyway. Company was on the bench two buffet. You can say that's more than what you've done. Yep that's true. I mean yeti benches trying to get some socially distance coverings in lockdown. Yeah he returned big club shoka in germany history. You pretty baby. Step up from spilt book. You know primarily kind of reputation gardner chance you would suggest. He may struggle to get a job in the bundesliga and his arm. Suit talks equival. Yeah it's not mean so by records been broken through you wanna break records as a manager with they were not complementary the thing here is the second guy sees me sapped fusco and sees me right now so simply talking the season. The twelve caribbean twenty. Twenty two thousand twenty long. Even that is about the facts. How you lose now. He's generally not good. It's an ultra one innocence. I don jimmy. When the azam scientists. Very much aware that i'm pushing strolls if he had a good ensign season even a solid one remarkable. I think you could go away with the ball. Munich game stall the season came out for the sheer fact of all they just want the is league their powers that bikes it even had a preseason the run hallway the rois on what to the top of the world from caesar's will happen. Yeah there would be more credit in the bank. If at the end of the previous season that would would've been signs of progression even stabilization really but unfortunately the eight nil defeat. It wasn't his last game more more year but it was pretty much the shitty on top of one unfortunately in a very sheeting cake yes h really harsh of meat societies and i am comfortable in saying this negative comment because we troy deposits of the managers who have been talking about. But there's no sugar coating it. Shoko will. The was team on also comfortable post lockdown and based on the fox. The german football was the first league ticket going. After the time you got bad more of a view that league than any other. And i watched the first couple of games and just intrigued me as they will. I was genuinely looking for reasons. And circumstances explanations ultimately win a game during the whole restore. And i mentioned so you've got start to the season which is terrible end to the season that he's terrible i'd also the middle was try either because in between even really didn't have much of a toddler they still manage to fall in for the own etiquette low so a tough though because he was saying and doing also an alevi to google up about yet funny enough. It's always a testament in terms of how bad it ended up for him. Shoka in knots overall record percent lynn. Racially would for probably just going up to half games there it was pats early does. There's an age records in terms of top-flight fobel in terms of defense. And let me say. Actually my day he comes out of all of this video substitute right almost impressive but also especially and this is a necessary. Dancer wagner this is just one of many problems that he had. The goalkeeping situation was weighed in terms of arming to give the captaincy on travis way in the long-term dale as paul that process and trying to lure event two more seasons and two more games fox. The boy unique so after apply this is not neighbor pet carson. I could've walked at connections. Shall we serve as much as funds with potential to. We need to brush his time over a mentioned before we started upon that. The those trapped or wishaw you were going to fold which is to say that there is a certain consensus only nine modern football. They did these young open coming varian. I'm going to use as what manages. And i know geographically politically all of us in the wrong context. But there was a trend dairies. Time and they tend to be given more credit than we're not necessarily show like you look and you look to show much sure. There was good as their reputation precedes. But still quite high. Even in times of the premier league and this is the biggest track of the mole. Because he's not. Joan person tallest really good reputation. He's australian. But i loved him with it. As well by price-match person talk obviously. He has a very big reputation in english. Football currently and there was a spawn of me. that thought we'd very quick to dismiss the four influence in english football but because of the similarities between england and germany come to football and they will do as well. The we have the stereotype moins of the german efficiency. You know everything that entitles. I do wonder whether vibe nah this is where you didn't pull into the trap of not really lying for you but had been sets boy perception. A gun always manages to circumstances because at this point in time. I don't think we actually know anything you gonna wear on the soil of. I don't think he's unfortunately for him. If you were going to idolize critically come onto the end of he's talking about but one of the reasons like after the events was wide left was needed some time to educate myself in football. You know i needed you. Know some timeout nelson seventy recuperation permits but to get yourself some new ideas and fresh ideas on results of that. Is he gonna look record losing streak book get to a specific point in tons of this star of his actual permanent kripa. Also the whole idea of needing break needing rest these something. I don't mean. I mentioned the day that we may be slightly negative. So what foreign influence in english ruble. You look up. The minutes rainy manages of komo and troy to do one thing or another way very quick to dismiss ticky taco and everything that nine titles but the german revolution and everything. That's going on there and again there. Cross comparison there with petkov influence within all of this. But no one's ever reading gone to the lakes to dismiss hand germany's tactics revolution fussy spines and so i do think we trust it a little bit more which is called the idea of taking a break needing to recharge all that he might have sown the new dale. There was a lot to do this. And we look at that make sense. Verkada denies he was because he needed a break him because he was burned out. He said that he had already agreed. They would leave at the end of the season regardless wherever they stayed off all went down and he was just kind of pushing up that kind of use it when it probably became almost inevitable even by january that they would probably going down on a feeling of get somebody with some new ideas in call implement their own stall unfortunately for food. They got somebody in recognizable that sky didn't even recognize. They went to somebody else in the crowd. Who don't like the thank over and choice do like a snide india. If it's been talking about in terms of louis oh we've had these coined munch's eight and even though we know nothing about an account started by the success. Initially horsfield is an indication of this. Is you go well. Let me the reason for. But you just mentioned. I'm going to sit on the fence here with this. You said that he was quoted as saying he didn't necessarily want to break. He did say he wanted to leave the end of season. Data have a break until exhaustion. Things he said he was exhausted. He's kind of the mutual toy. He did have the opportunity to expand his knowledge while he was there. So step out good book. It wasn't just because he was not good. I think he's trying. It's interesting because that's the point. I'm gonna come back to huddersfield undisclosed location get to the position. They are they do it because of the sense of community center in the sense of rule ruling full common colds. And there's no so far the bundle connection if you wanna call it up than wagner in the chairman at the tolan dean hoyle who was actually a hospital in and around this time and in fact that would go visit in co often. An every time we went to visit him was trying to tell him that he was gonna leave but signed tolan. Never record go. Rhino because eve is so small concerned about his health nice bowl the incidents still remote be slow in less hollywood slowly less or is amazing in reality. Truth is somewhere in between the day that he's still going to see him and within that i think the case the one comments rate was wagner. Really want any money suspended in january for new. He was to go to case of. He said let's just doing that. Russia's do it quickly it was only the most batori by data in previous podcasts and probably will in future on mutual consent. He's never really mutual at the time he sucking felt very certain when you read the comments as mutual was the equivalent of heavy was in the situation. They went in and brought ball. Free and dean. Hoyle wasn't a through so you just wait now. Don't come back and use a misunderstanding. It's not come onto the roof when he's actually been fired in the virtually but yeah you really got mutual very often. I think in terms of i read a was more signs to get rid of him robert than vinyl. Even in fact the forty would have stayed till the end of the season. Whatever you want to quit. We talked about this before though in terms of if you're gonna leave it into season. There's no real long-term planning being put in place there and the price the east paid for not being in the premier league now is in doubt then clubs will typed up lunch and so whistling leaving or acknowledging the fact that he's not going to be there the next year. I'm not saying he makes the decision for them. It's kind of in naso ballpark interesting. The tom's of being relegated. Tom's coming down from the permeability can tiles. We've seen over the last season and a bitch always on what's been put into place in terms of trying to balance out for the smaller teams in the i tame would get relegated or could be in trouble based on an incorrect official decision and it's interesting to read an article readings of a match because darkness lost permanently. Game is a no mel droll gets caught. If that's not the most entertaining guy. We'll tell him show wasn't just. There was a moment in the build up to this a nationally full enough during the research. Read the initial report and he says the huddersfield within the penalty near one. Actually what i climb. The cardiff should've penalty so warmer bike. Decide is amplified more of the power. These decisions make so white. Unfavourably doesn't mean that we couldn't go to the video replay while means is the referee has almost too much power in this regard. Because from what i can tell by using awards this penalty and avoid stains in a couple of times. Neither he nor layer. It's a real of the they are would might wanna fit. Probably tight twenty minutes and then when you saw it did in the first place. I think my penalty at the end of it. But push your pleasure. Also getting into the baltics whose name i'm going. Nowhere near defenders. I'm rod brompton. Appalachia was very comes at the worst. It starts me. I saw it ends in so and then leave mason wall immediately. Has i'm assuming because it's not my very clear. I think this is the problem when it comes to refereeing decisions. Some sort of indication from his loins men the caught by obviously remnants rising. He goes over to his lawns. Men and in a very short space. It's on me tight. Spot penalty and says not penalty. Obviously if i've been interviewed was talked to by oh would they are improved it. He likes generic comment where it wouldn't have my too much of a difference but it's interesting that we are in a position now where it's every decision. He's holiday every decision. So thrown them to the microscope and think we've ended up in a situation where we've got the worst of both worlds and i'm saying this not to be all i'm so anti there. Look at me i'm hilarious. I'm signing mr pro point. We do eventually end up trapping it because that's the direction is gonna go. Well only gonna wind up in the same instead of going accomplish very all. Didn't rule this or do this did this or whatever to position wealth. I can't believe the referee did this didn't do this. Aspect of all of that decision would have gone away the season with a changed. And you know we would have gone on a great run and the grass scape. I probably have slight immoral sympathy. Fill the void if you had seven or eight games in a right before and yeah that was actually a nil nil positive photos so i should point time with a live all news. Very sukhoi by the the question. He does immediately reference decision. That went against them the previous game against brighton. So decisions are being questioned showing. So yeah i mean you can't sign element that could be last night in a row before dowden city the following week. And you'd never home chelsea. Why mustered up. Wouldn't it be in the custody situation. I season if they wanna to if they want free games all season i do believe that warm resolve changes it to a ten game when season and stay off. I mean yeah. I have had a situation whereby they might not have ended up. Getting relegated buys mostly did free winds sixty points that's pretty much what philadel- relegate terrible was it. You know that moment where the great escape could have happened. I mean yeah. Maybe i should have been relegated. Absolutely definitely okay. It's really difficult here. Because i rain with you. And i'm not fully convinced of walmart's site but these fats first of all discounts in. You're so what. I do agree with you. Definitely there's a lawful. Still to be thing here i would say he's not necessarily throwing this out. They hold ville. I'm just starting this out of there for every club. That will be relegated in the present and future the okay. They all might be the problem. Does you'll referees. All the property of problem does your any school. Twenty seven goals across. So maybe that would have been twenty three school. Pope dot brazil ends up with david wagner leaving the club top scorer in the league. That season is a striker. They bore after the vendor. It left carlin granny. Schools four year ends up being a decent prospects but you take him out of the game that strike with the most goals that season was that the defender yoga and city scored three moi school free tons of lazy questions than i'm fairly sure this on the couch. Be one word but mostly what we got with this fusco fixtures chelsea on muncie. Why is it too much. Decide what we're going to come on sir was not necessarily the greatest preseason and all sorts of reasons throw reasons folded to intimate but going into season. The was already going to be difficult. Is my sophomore difficult. Guess a score in boeing. One of you. I guess is great things. But if you beat not going you would say chelsea matzec. Can you expect results from probably not fed games to cardiff funnily enough. You know we talk about how it ended era. You guys caught if you have. Maybe you can't say you get some momentum. They draw kat. If the andrew away attitude full game but then he just kind of. Because i haven't out without any tools. They end up in a convent not cycle. I mean i win is bonfire night said so five bucks. Then we don't have to follow. They draw the next game. They win the at wolves inexplicable. Yeah as it gets okay. Maybe as a situation where they can get a big run schedule they lose the next game. Brian lose away to bouma. And then you're not snark. Got us know actors all but then they just keep losing teams way. You need to get those results. And if you're saying your first two games of the season losing i tell you for the rest of your season that those demonstrate gossip bigger issues given the former. The way of doing this is gonna have this conversation and question the end of the podcast where it would probably be easier to troy android under everything. Take up the jumped on diana big task on the hands to sign the permitting. They did an mentioned the idea that you ply muncie and chelsea about tobacco. I two games spoiler. They didn't the back end of seventeen eighteen and actually managed to not lose either of them. So it's really simplistic really almost cliche to just go all anyone to do all they time to do. Get over the lineup. One season but when you read the accounts of what was going on in preseason too heavy handed on this. Bob just read a couple of articles whereas we're following the why behind what we should have been in time to training also as well from a fundamental standpoint. The exertion must've took the mental the physical everything the effort to go into a premier league season. Affleck way what necessarily for cooked to deal with the championship. Fuck are we gonna do this and then to do it. It's always decide it's doing it again. That's the problem effectively. That nowadays you left it is but if you're saying it was the training in preseason. That's an issue as one of the things that you can look at the monitor. All the coaching staff. They're in control the triton in terms of economic situation where we were saying. He's not very good at the end of game rather gate. Because the 'cause he's not the for example but excuse shouldn't a abate. Oh training for shit that. I think it was more of a case of plays came back and they weren't necessarily whether i should have been a sink on a main some easy comment to mike. And i'm not trying to detract from the chief of it but the stories and the pictures. And everything that i from the points at stamford bridge at the back end of the season. It's coined of the moment that you crave the moment that you really Chomping at the bit fool as a football funding towns of this. Is this everything that we focal. I don't remember funding. Remember watching chelsea game and die fucking deleted for him and then obviously no pieds off the coast. Drive artists decided. They couldn't go anywhere so then they have to stay alone. Which involved the chairman and some of the players going to various different clubs videos pitches everything has been released since woods a party atmosphere. But the problem you've got is in the footballing landscapes that we live in. This is cruel and backward. You only get to how those parties. If you don't have the you have to work and do everything. Roy and then you have to not do that. Because it's a kind of release that keeps everyone off the whole thing on simultaneously trying to take away a little of the classroom liberals achievement on also may be giving the plaza consumers rope here. But i'm not trying to do any of that. They just pays a big. It wasn't quite designing the following season. And for as much as you can say all of the modern health minute trying. I don't think nine thirty came in with the same approach in. We spoke about how everyone's going to together and it doesn't pave the same page possibly not say to of once you've done the gray sky once. Is it feasible to do again. It does that transfer business in the preseason. He wasn't that apart from the one glaring omission. In hindsight they didn't bring another forward into school goals. Are they end up if comfortably. The least amount goals in the league with twenty and you look at the business. Somebody's event is about seventy six. Which defensor wasn't even the worst in the league in a newish not fully come eve and they end up ninety one which is more than book. It's an element of the first season. They weren't trail-blazing teams away. All debate yours is it goals or is it defenses. That keep you off. I mean it sounds of huddersfield in the second season. It's very easy johnson scoring because he's just called a place together unfortunately it's you commit hundred percent soco's that was demonstrated by not matching talks about which cemented their survival and has a party afterwards. And what is left in the tank. Comey goading brief and i think unfortunately it was a situation where we copy go on to the next simplysafe only baton and what we got but it does make it a great leap. It was super human and you call. It expects of cba human every year especially specs if they didn't have a history of being in the top flight. See having that experience kind of the bank account. You've reached your ever store ready as beijing to understand that one season unfortunately the variety reasons one would see kick on a new kind of that first season like yesterday. I know all my wife gracia. Nobody expected to stay up. And yes xi's and it was like cutting reverted almost went beyond. Because i think i think most people are gay down but i think people would have fall. Yes sixteen points comfortably. Twenty points off stain. Is he decided that the narrative of their first season the white wig almost influence the second season because they deployed expectations. It such away. Maybe a statistically maybe deceptively as boever leap. But i don't remember it being a massive scrape by the end of the season and you serve landed like cypher waiting reality. It wasn't size london. It wasn't that comfortable and it wasn't really the case that they took the league boy storm star died. Got the results when they needed to get the results. And i'm not saying he should have been. Awarding was assessed achievement. But when you look beyond the perception say but it was quite similar to what nice laid up that first season. They got results. Early does and say okay was it. You know kind of trailblazing teams away. But first eleven games in the premier league by one full one that i took that was tough to those full winds. In those first eleven games are pretty much the catalyst for that not ever really been investigation danger. They went on a spell at the second half of the season by five and a ride at a truck to nineteenth but then couple they were one game in the last ten Buff they'd had enough of points in the banca the company draws so almost in that surprise element to the saudi season with people looking at any good and also died. Know precisely how they're gonna play because you have not supply before evidence flight before so they took advantage. Now's the main difference between the seasons. First season they got the winds early season. They didn't talk about first two games. We're talking about season. They went down. I two games in the first season palace away. Do i think we both they get momentum aerial that first six they lose. Walk out six. That's a great start for whatever team you're on the league under. They lose a couple after that without scoring and really caught. If that defining moment in the premier league probably the costliest them stand up breathing even though it was only matched pay nine consume. Bannon is one. is that first. Win against money lighted an league's nineteen fifty. He wants say nineteen dictating to john. Marini on the touchline for minorities and all that kind of there's a great minority to marine didn't lose previously and they went to enough and work from recollection pretty. They scored a late goal. And you know. They've played in the foreign week and loss than they beat west from home. Not mentality was calling tonight in terms of did i even though the rest of the season on the grand scheme of things wasn't great. You've got that mentality early on of we're a cake that we will these games where solid you know. We're kind of the underdogs spur dot massive because we're ram. I would sit demonstrate. This applies brew in. You know not transfer window leaving any combs in schools to on his debut. They'll watch comes in he. Schools guys mind you know. It's also the highpoint. The over score not moi a came in on a permanent deal a bit of a towers monty big eights both of these ones. Where sometimes you get in that high profile names nice galvanize defined bias and i think in the case of moy. It's one of those way security public deal after having cut him on loan to great success. The previous season eight. Very much an underlining to the funds of we're going to carry on the coin the success in baltimore not necessarily be getting a messy keeping apply that we wanna keep and we're gonna push forward into this new era and even plays the over ended fields. They bring your consent license of mac. He has an impact. During the course of the first season consumer comes in on a permanent for pennies over million ends up contributing into like scott miladin comes in from full to solely dish job but pretty much most of the players who commit in not transfer window in the summer. I mean john reid and bring in. Alex fritsch ause. I've seen as a big deal out of control. And he'd seen as a often comment at norwich. Some of the other clubs many slightly higher up in the premier league were looking at him as a room was went loan. Signings also work out. Well for kurdish loser comes in on loan. Casey power comes in online garlic. Online site hits really in terms of margin forever this season in terms of through quality. You probably wouldn't expect them to stay up. When even mediate becomes record i think for eleven million comes in the night book. You still got a lot of things need to go right. And those fine energy for aris and the first season not transfer record pretty much ends up. Be pretty much hits in terms of. I mean mois scores for patrick schools. Six million school seven in the league. Which you don't win you know conduct. Fire the air or anything. No no yeah no fine margins in terms of the amount of winds needed to stay open the amount points they took good star maybe the surprise factor is still that teams on use in the top flight to business off light and also the scouts emissions even for the championship would to said onto this field twelve months previously probably been more traction as the season went on off season guidance. Christmas that midtable psychotic. Nobody's really looking at people looking at the other teams down the ball and so ready does begins go slutty wrong. I mean they end up. Nineteenth after the fifth five game losing streak in the second half the season just ended new yet lose lose awaits money to know. They're either allegations. But it's almost taking people by surprise because not good stop rahman looking to start a season you would have said february and i going to be free to say well. Yeah probably in the grand scheme of things because this kind of mentality evolve huddersfield know. They're doing great. They will always called ever got the job done away. Scott as office season. It reduces the pressure and i managed to stay off. They ascended to get free winds second offseason but to draws at the end of the season big draws chelsea sixty million mentioned as audience not results. They are results to cherish primarily but in the context of what it meant the club as we already said just incredible. Yes i think is not free right the first season i did say well guess only it. It's allowed them a bit of a cushion for the second offseason. Things were going worse just so they were under the pressure because they haven't been pressured media. Yeah yeah you're rubbish out the signings to flourish thing as well. Is that you talk about external pressures from the media. There is also a degree of internal pressure. When you will well aware of high up against it you are from diwan and you're in from day one. The other day the the players themselves would have been thinking if that season a goff to about stop. Oh shit we're reading up against it here we're up against anyway and now it's just copy from loss whereas you can relax into the season and we know what they call them similarly playa the da. That you play with the pressure when you play without it and to be honest with you. I've coined almost the dividing line between the two in the top will be able to struggle that pressure effectively. Both in terms of what's the best way to get your team over the line. What's the best way to operate as an individual or the clo- it's without that pressure because we call mistakes mistakes points drop points fall another table. Everything compiled his locus noble and he saw in the second season because israel. Once it started going wrong everything went wrong. As roma's it's almost if you don't trip initially you don't end up tumbling down the hill though. Is that free like race again. Barely advantage it is it s percents as well because mentioned earlier. How the new signings school at the cinema goals not great uploaded. Anybody way. i'll be waiting a dr moy between them. They scored over half the goals scored in the premier league season school. Twenty eight which ordinarily i mean we've talked to in previous kosovan caucasians out i think lead scored twenty eight and like the title but into void expectation in a sense because team that came up by some what they done in a championship. They famously well. It depends how you define that came over the next goal difference score just over golden gate magazine goal the game so the feeling was gonna be. All they're going to be about initatives may also be able to stretch. Well there's gonna goals in the game. They're going to be score in future. Going to be conceived in a few but in that first season i mean their defense. They can see fix the which he's not mazing but it's less than so teams that come above them. I mean certainly less than some teams get relegated. Been able to stem the flow. To a steady trickle of picking up the results where you can score twenty goals season would wanna get four one. That's almost like Fractions fans symphony goals in the the second season mentioned place. A casino righty goals. They don't go that goal. The game aria and titles charts his wife. Can't take the opportunity is what i did. Unfortunately second season they got no yes. They went terribly wrong. I mean that coin of the bottom line in the sense that if you don't get this opportunity covered tight much off them. The first season the biggest opportunity they have as we've already mentioned is the underestimation that going onto the right arnold. There's a couple of other things with as well which is essentially we also complicit in. This is the first ever episode of the president's podcast which we will won't guarantee remastering so you can see for it is available in places so you can go to if you want. It just needs to be able to foreign tuned for the audio quality. Shall we say i didn't know episode. We compared every single premier league team to christopher nolan seem character so many meetings films by which has decided that we will obviously taking the if you know this is a really good secret hidden message of the prevent podcast because of the film events where we took the gimmick from some fog literally. Just explain that to someone. That's the first time they've got. That'd we truly lightbulb moment. You're welcome midday. And i think at a time. I can paint us to the child's age donna. Roy's as the national had them while buying ready to blow up so innocent some good at what they but you have no idea why it's so obviously we're guilty of that for stop one of the things that really benefits fills in this regard in terms of maybe not necessarily an underestimation of themselves but perhaps an overestimation of the teams around them in terms of the teams that go down that year you could occupy the all three of them have a complete section west brom meltdown. Stoke battle byron meltdown. But not in the way the this so far adrift from everyone else. West brom finished bottom of thirty one points six points. It's never failed in six eight. Norman that you get someone who can play. Adrift annoy that end of the table. Six points big deal but the two teams from type three and then obviously some to which is really impressive. Given the core uptaken iphone. This is probably have gone chapter history. Some widget with does six. Well if someone gets band usually that points get shared and all it takes is just one more team to actually be worse to actually dragged over the down because there's less spicy playful. We for podcasts about those fi margins everything needed to sco you away those little tube sense hounds always brings it full circle nicely. What we were talking about gus. Nameless free teams renegades against one by one the bomb stoke number soldier cavaco. I mean talked to the solid casper. How things have not been going well for back caught after this those precise may even split decisions them. You probably saying the manager is keeping them up. Those probably biden's so sometimes you need everything's going for you just about gets you over the line. I need things to go your way this build. Everything went that way and also everybody else is busy. Shoot themselves in the foot. Can suspect is a huddersfield or taxes for the plants to get him to go from training. We're talking about old is managed as well. There's one more that we didn't mention a said i'm ashamed. Managed to finish below failed in the league. Didn't remember her some managing finished season. They lost one game. Give them a joe the some in terms of managing reputation. I don't think it's fair to side because on the pitch productivity actually do the job he'd been rely on anyone else. They did the job that was necessary for them. To especially the end of the season when they those big was also something to the idea of maybe the inactive others around you might seem a bit more credible than you actually are because obviously this poetry tournaments fairly simple to say from my non just filled perspective the five not while he does have some positive qualities does actually need to leo bit more refining in the coaching department or a little bit more experienced. Shall we say where we get stuff from a dollar now. There's been suggestions that we will say. But boys don digging. A short spices point is almost similar of what's up. Pious sensor you bust onto the same with such a blowing lowey almost go shoot the rest of his career and again. I really don't mean to of wrap this up on a victim of a sour note ultimately the question you asked to wash yourself. As we know reading the environment will always be brightest holy and tight to heart of the huddersfield finds android so but question whether in ten is with a hood. israel is for him he's most successful period because if ultimately that is the case some five ten years down the line they really will be a surrounding for both of them. Yeah you would say that potential has not been fulfilled if this does end up in his biggest achievement before we rather so we once again going to go back to the hottest funds. And they're gonna basically tell the story. We've not really touched upon the championship on the trump success and everything that there was with national get into the primarily in the first place. 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Following infrastructure bill victory, Senate Dems look to universal pre-K

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

27:59 min | 2 months ago

Following infrastructure bill victory, Senate Dems look to universal pre-K

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We'll look at what that trillion dollar infrastructure bill means for coping with climate change from american public media. This is marketplace in avon colorado. I made me scott in kai ryssdal. It is tuesday the tenth of august. Good to have you with us. The bipartisan infrastructure package. The senate passed today. Now goes to the house in its current form. The bill directs billions of dollars to address. Climate change including wildfire prevention and resilience. Last year was a record setting year for fires in the us today. More than a hundred large. Active fires are burning mostly in the west with months left to go of peak fire season and as that. Un climate report confirmed yesterday and even hotter future is all but certain marketplaces samantha fields reports. Almost every year now it seems wildfires or setting records just the other day. The dixie fire became the second largest in california history. And the cost of gonna. Just go up over time. A more talking about billions of dollars of lost property and economic activity. Amy myers jaffey is with the climate policy lab at tufts university. She says the actual dollar amounts in the infrastructure bill specifically for wildfire mitigation are relatively small. But it's an important acknowledgement that. This is a major challenge for the united states and we need to address it in a multifaceted way. If the bill passes the house as is the national oceanic and atmospheric administration would get millions of dollars to put toward better fire forecasting. The bill would significantly increase funding for the department of the interior and forest service or a range of activities that can decrease communities risks to wildfires. Laura brush at the nonprofit center for climate and energy solutions says that includes things like restoration prescribed burns and better planning michelman atmospheric scientist at penn state university. Says all that will help to some degree but ultimately preventing more extreme wildfires means moving away from fossil fuels in the absence of that large scale. Shift away from fossil fuel burning. There are no resiliency measures that are going to insulate us. He says only clean and renewable energy can do that. I'm samantha fields for marketplace up next in the senate is the three and a half trillion dollar budget resolution. Democrats unveiled yesterday which unlike the infrastructure bill looks likely to face solid republican opposition. The resolution includes a big expansion of safety net programs including help for families with kids in daycare and universal pre kindergarten for three and four year olds. Most states have some form of publicly funded pre k. but as marketplace's amanda peach or reports universal access would be a big lift for taxpayers for many three or four year olds pre k. Is the real start to their education. Sometimes it's benefits are noticeable right away. Anna jimenez saw her three-year-old daughter speech impediment improve last year after she started publicly. Funded preschool in new jersey. She's excited to learn. She's excited to school and she came home and talk about it which is not something that ever happened in daycare. Jimenez says that daycare cost her three hundred fifty dollars a week. Supporters are pre k. Also say it could relieve economic stress for families josh. Eum rojo's another parent at that same new jersey school says if it wasn't free she probably wouldn't be able to send her son. I will not be able to. It's not only him. I another three another three kids. Who are teenagers and thinking about. Chris walter is an economics professor at uc berkeley. He compared students who attended preschool with those. Who didn't twenty years later. Is that attending public preschool. Boston increased on time college attendance by eighteen percent. So pre k. Has both immediate and future benefits but if costly the primary reason we don't already have it is that it's expensive. Steve barnett co directs. The national institute for early education research at rutgers university. He says a national program would cost about sixty billion dollars a year. Still barnett says the fact. It's made it into this budget. Proposal is a good sign. I'm amanda feature for marketplace wall. Street had a lot to digest today. We'll have details when we do the numbers. There's a lot to like in the macro economy right now. Record number of job openings. Falling unemployment and strong consumer spending. But there's a lot of worry out there especially among small businesses. The national federation of independent business said today it's optimism index fell about three points in july. That's after rising for several months. Small business owners now expect lower sales and profits and worse business conditions over the next three to six months from portland oregon marketplace's mitchell hartman has that story. Signs of a labor shortage are everywhere. The twenty four hour coffee shop around the corner from my office isn't open. Twenty four seven right now. It closes at eleven each night because the manager tells me he can't find workers to staff the graveyard shift. Neil bradley is chief policy officer at the. Us chamber of commerce. We've gone from a situation a year ago. Where small businesses were struggling. How to figure out how to stay open to a situation in which small businesses can't attract enough workers to be able to stay according to the national federation of independent business. Forty nine percent of small businesses had job openings. They couldn't fill in july a record. High holly wade runs. Nf ib's research center. The labor shortage is impacting their bottom line their ability to open as consumer spending increases one in five small businesses. Say they've lost significant sales because they can't staff up nick bunker at job site. Indeed which is a marketplace underwriter says small employers are raising base pay offering signing bonuses and better benefits but they are at a disadvantage bigger businesses or more able to give the wage hikes to attract the workers and retain the folks they already have on staff and smaller businesses which may have been hit much. Harder during the pandemic are having hard time competing for workers. They're also struggling with pandemic induced. Inflation says john cohen at momentous which poll small businesses with cnbc. Every quarter seventy percent. Say that they are seeing increased prices in their own supply chains and more than a third are passing those higher prices along to their customers. I'm mitchell hartman. For marketplace you can hear more business and economic news. First thing in the morning with david brancaccio in the team on the marketplace morning report of the nearly four thousand colleges and universities in the united states about forty percent are considered public as in primarily state funded and that funding is deeply unequal. One study from the center for american progress found that public colleges spent about five billion dollars less per year educating students of color than they spend on white students how it got to be that way as the subject of a new book by atlantic staff writer adam harris called the state must provide and as he told me the other day. The funding gap is something. He saw it firsthand on a visit to the university of alabama huntsville when harris was a student at nearby historically black college alabama. Am i get to campus. Not many of the students are black and also it seems like this. The campus had a pretty significant upkeep. You know they had these. These fountains that were kind of bursting from the man made ponds and they had new buildings. And just kind of all of the the sort of that. I noticed that my institution did not have an as i learned as i kind of grew and started covering higher education. I learned that. That wasn't an anomaly. And your book really tells the history of how we got here right. It was by design. Can you talk about the marill act. And the role. It played in creating this dynamic. Yes so in. Eighteen sixty two congress pass something known as the merill act and effectively what this did was gave states land which they could sell an order to fund university and find your college and but the issue was was indigenous. Land right yes. This was indigenous land. So this was land that was taken through Lopsided treaties through violence and stolen from natives and and so this land is sold by states in order to fund these institutions and it basically creates a network of colleges across the country now known as land grant institution. So when you think of land grant. You're thinking of west virginia university you're thinking of Iowa state university michigan state university cornell is also a land grant but the marill act had a cork in it. And that's that black students could not attend the majority of these institutions. but a thing happened in eighteen. Ninety they pass the second marill act And that is what kind of further endowed Institutions that were set up to Educate black students who otherwise been shut out from higher education. So alabama am university langston university. these historically black colleges that republicans petitions were able to grow from that. But i think where. There's a misconception now. As people often point to eighteen ninety point to that second merle active say this was to create and fund black colleges when in reality the second marill act was actually to give more money to the predominantly white institutions. Who said that. They needed that funding in order to better fulfill their purposes of that original so not only did predominantly white institutions or. Pw w is as they're often called get a head start but even the law that was meant to kind of address. Some of those wrongs was unequal in. Its its support exactly and that is something that we've seen time and again where you know there. There's an issue a kind of quite clear disparity whether that's with the gi bill whether that's with the marill act and how the program was met it out and wear black students fit into it. And then there's there's this sort of chance for redress and it never quite adds up to the amount of harm that had already been done. You go through the history of court cases. You're right you know. The laws that segregated higher education did slowly fall but in some ways tradition has been harder to defeat as you wrote in the book quote. It is easy to activate the national guard against an uprising. History and tradition are more difficult enemy. Yes thinking about the more violent battles of integration thinking about places like the university of mississippi where the national guard literally was called out in order to integrate the university to bring james meredith onto campus But if you look across some of the premier institutions in the country whether that is The ivy leagues or the top public's a lot of those institutions have very small percentages of black students. I mean the majority of state flagship institutions have fewer than ten percent. Black students even in states where there are large black populations those students ultimately end up going to institutions that have fewer resources so there are two options. There's you enroll more black and brown students at those institutions or you fund the institutions where those students are attending. I wanna ask you along those lines about private donations recently. We've seen a lot of big names. Giving a lot of money to h hughes. Mackenzie scott reed. Hastings oprah winfrey what role can or should private philanthropy play. Because that's also been a big driver of this inequity it. Has you know one year of philanthropic giving does not sort of negate the inequity and philanthropic giving over the last hundred years You know these institutions have things that they've they've needed to do for years they have to pay for the deferred maintenance and and the fact that you know. A lot of cases state and federal actors have allowed an environment where the institutions could get to a point where they have decades of deferred maintenance says a lot about the ways. America has treated black education to this point and as you make clear in the book it was the state that set up. This system enforced segregation and then failed to enforce desegregation. There have been some legal settlements aimed at addressing some of this inequity That has added funding to hughes in mississippi and more recently in maryland. But you argue. This isn't reparations. What would true reparations look like you know. it's it's it's difficult to say. Because i think that mississippi you know they got five hundred million dollars. Split across three colleges over seventeen years When the university of mississippi can make five hundred million dollars in five years of private donations. And so i think we're beginning to understand that it is going to take a lot of money to fix the issues in higher education. The issues that have been baked in that public policy created. But it does sort of still feel. We're we're taking kind of piecemeal solutions to get to that. That final point. Adam harris is a staff writer at the atlantic and author of the book. The state must provide thank you so much. Thanks so much for having me. Coming up multiple micro weddings in one day. How micro exactly but first. Let's do the numbers. The dow jones industrial average picked up one hundred sixty two points just shy of half a percent of finnish at thirty five thousand to sixty four. The nasdaq subtracted seventy two points. Tenths percent and fourteen thousand seven eighty eight and the s&p five hundred found four points a tenth of a percent to land at forty four. Thirty six looks as if casino gambling has been coming back in a big way this year. The american gaming association says casinos had their best second quarter in history taking about thirteen point six billion dollars getting in on the action las vegas sands corporation rolled up eight tenths percent. Mgm resorts and wynn resorts also feeling flush both added one point. Three percent bonds fell the yield on the tenure. Tino rose to one point three five percent. You're listening to marketplace this marketplace. Podcast is supported by personal capital. Who can help you take control of your finances no matter where you are. Download the personal capital app or start today at personal capital dot com to get free professional grade financial tools including a retirement. Planner and fi analyzer. Want to talk. Personal capital has registered advisors by phone or online for qualified users personal capital. There's no place like financial confidence. Hey is jed kim. Host of million bazillion million brazilian is a podcast for kids in the families. That helps dollars make more sense in each episode. We tackle the tricky questions that your kids have about money like how it made. Is there a factory somewhere that makes it. Or what determines the price of visa and we're back with all new episodes. That's more answers to the questions. Your kids wanna know thoughtful ones. The silly ones and the really hard. To answer one million. Zillion listen wherever you get your podcast. This is marketplace. I'm amy scott. The cdc recently extended eviction protections for most renters in the country until october third that gives state and local governments more time to distribute billions of dollars in rent relief for tenants who fallen behind and the landlords who rely on that rent according to the latest figures from the treasury department. Less than seven percents of the forty five billion dollars. Congress set aside has actually been paid out hard. Hit places like los angeles aren't doing much. Better david wagner from member station. Kpcc has that story. kelly. Lloyd is a single mom raising two kids in. La's baldwin hills neighborhood. She says she stopped receiving child. Support payments early in the pandemic by may of last year. She could no longer afford her rent. It has been a scary time and we have as a family depended on. The extensions. In the moratoriums lloyd breathe deci of relief. When governor gavin newsom extended the state's eviction moratorium earlier. this summer more than extended. Where would that people now. Loyd is counting on the city of la to help clear her rent dead before the protections expire she applied for the city's ran relief program shortly after it launched in march. It's been quite a relief to know that their self available for months. She's been to see if her application will be approved but so far the city has only reached out to ask her for more identification aside from that loyd says i haven't heard anything yet. More than one hundred thousand people applied and most of them are in the same boat by early august. The city had only distributed about fifteen percent of its current rent relief. Funding landlords are also frustrated with the delays from l. a.'s. Housing department are each. Zana's is the president of lotus properties. Everytime we call him we got the same answer. We don't have enough resources. We're doing the best that we can be patient. This has been going on for months. Susannah says about thirty five of his tenants have fallen behind on rent most have applied for the city's ran relief program and his company has submitted all the paperwork requested by the city. Some of these instances attendants applying go back several months without one penny being delivered. See either us or the tenant. The local need is staggering a recent. Ucla survey found that forty nine percent of renters in la owed some amount of money to their landlord. Add it all up and the researchers estimate. La county's total rent debt to be more than three billion dollars. Leona rollins with the nonprofit housing right center has been helping the city process applications. She says tenants are worried about getting evicted and becoming homeless. Some of them are so distraught. They're crying like you know. I'm getting notices every month. I just don't have the money. We don't want them to have that concerning more. So why the delays. Rollin says the city often needs time to follow with applicants. There can be a lot of back and forth asking tenants to prove their loss of income or to show how far they've fallen behind on rent. We wanna make sure that we give everybody ample opportunity to submit whatever they need to make their application hole so that they could be deemed eligible and we can coordinate with their housing provider to get that money disperse. The city's housing department says it's looking into hiring more people to process. Applications governor newsom and state lawmakers have been telling people worried about eviction to apply for rent relief right away but in l. a. Renters can't do that. The city closed its program in april and it's unclear when it might start taking new applications in los angeles. I'm david wagner for marketplace. We told you yesterday. Weddings are on the rebound. The number of ceremonies scheduled for next year. Almost two and a half million is the highest in decades. That's according to market research firm. The wedding report average spending is projected to be more than twenty four thousand dollars per wedding which may be why some couples who had their festivities postponed by the pandemic are opting for something called the micro wedding with just a handful of guests. Sometimes they're even booked back to back with other couples on the same day to share costs on things like venue and decor that brings us to today's installment of our series my economy about one woman who's turned that concept into her business. My name is gretchen. Culver and i am the owner and creative director of rocket science events and many weddings based in minneapolis minnesota with rocket science events. We really specialize in doing high design. Hi production weddings and social events with guest counts topping three hundred when the pandemic hit in march business basically came to a halt and so i started exploring these small wedding format known as micro wedding with typically thirty or fewer guests. And that is. What is my company many weddings and we launched in april of twenty twenty as an opportunity for couples to still get married even though they couldn't have a big traditional wedding. I at first thought that this was just a temporary business. That would serve these couples that had their weddings displaced by cove. It and i was pleasantly surprised that i started getting emails from couple saying this is the kind of wedding i've always wanted to have. I'm an introvert. I i don't want to have a big wedding. Or i wanna reason to not invite my crazy aunts and uncles and so i pretty quickly understood that we would be playing a for a lot of couples who wanted a small wedding. Why that works really well is that it gives them the opportunity to celebrate without having a huge expense. We have multiple micro weddings in one day. And so by splitting the cost of a wedding between four or five couples are couples are able to have better decor with high quality vendors than they would if they were to do it on their own paying for them individually in because everything is designed everything is included that it makes it really easy for them as well. We were really excited to see how fast many weddings took off last year and we started selling out dates almost immediately. Our dates for twenty twenty. One are almost all completely sold out and we have a long wait list of people who are interested in follow of twenty twenty two. So we're going to be releasing those dates fairly soon and then don't plan to stop anytime soon. That was gretchen. Culver owner of rocket science events and many weddings in minneapolis minnesota. Let us know how your economy is doing. Won't you at marketplace dot org slash my economy this final note on the way out american workers. Keep churning out more stuff in less time. Productivity grew by an annual rate of two point three percent in the second quarter compared to the first three months of the year that's slower than the revised four point three percent growth in the first quarter. But as neil irwin wrote about in the new york times today the recent surge follows about fifteen years of pretty low. Productivity growth and in part reflects recent changes in the labor market. A lot of the jobs lost during the pandemic were in lower productivity sectors like restaurants and retail. All right. we're out of here. But i your moment of economic context that raise a lot of workers have been getting as employers struggle to fill jobs. Well inflation is taking a big bite out of the extra. Pay harvard economist. Jason furman told cnn when you count for a rising prices. Total compensation is actually lower than in december. Twenty nineteen before you know our digital and on-demand team includes kerry barbara chevron brett and janet win sitara nasa's is our executive director of on demand. I'm amy scott. We'll see you tomorrow. This is a pm. This marketplace podcast is supported by out systems the modern application platform for building the software that makes the difference fast right and for the future out systems empowers teams to develop and deploy innovative cloud applications for capturing new markets delivering new services and winning new customers. Build the difference without systems. Learn more at out systems dot com slash action.

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Ep. 55 Healthy Kingdom Family with Fred & Pat Bruner

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

31:27 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 55 Healthy Kingdom Family with Fred & Pat Bruner

"Hello everyone at this Leith and welcome to kingdom family talk and I have this joy of having to very very very special people with me I do you have Fred and pat that is part of our spiritual family and I do want everyone that are listening to get to know to people that has had such an impact in my life in our life and many of you that doesn't even know I know the impact that they've had an actually twelve years ago we met and I want you guys says starting. Would you fred. Can you just explain. Actually what was the first time I went was the first time in witted we first meet we met at a Randy Clark Conference in Castle Rock Colorado that life you were there. Bill Johnson was there of course randy was there because it was his conference and when we heard everybody speaking and we're getting ready to leave I told Pat I'm going to send an email to lace office because we need to have lake come to Casper Wyoming Casper and I knew that they were the one we're supposed to connect with those just like there. was something something that happened. I can't explain it but I knew there was something there and so I sent an email in about two weeks later instead of emailing me back you called me and you said hello. This is late Saharan. I I don't have the accent down and so we set up a time for you to come the following summer in June of two thousand eight and we've been great friends ever since so so. Do you remember the first time we got together. There and I got kind of introduced because you guys have already done family and in this journey I hadn't I know both of your older them even an enjoyment becoming a spiritual pop. Something something happened into spirit is beyond just friendship. I know Fred who's going to argue that the older you don't have video here so anyway yeah. I don't have very many Norwegians gets Wyoming and I think we even got you to try on a cowboy hat and go through some of the places there but one of the things I remember is that from the time in down in castle rock there was an identifying knowing that there was something of the same d._N._a.. Going on here and we just wanted to explore that no that more but whenever you came to Casper <hes> we were sitting out in front of the come on in Casper and I remember saying to Leith. This is what we're looking for. We're not looking for a drive by relationship. We're not looking for someone to come in and hold special meetings in leave. We're looking for somebody that will develop relationship with us. <hes> we're looking for people that care enough to be able to develop that and take the time to do it because we knew that <hes> for revival to come to Casper and renewal that it would take a long term thing so when I presented that to you as we're looking Fred Meyer not lone rangers were looking for a spiritual virtual father that will care enough to help us come over and be that connection in that cover and help us begin to develop what God is doing here more and more even accountability the whole thing and I remember you are sitting in the front passenger seat. I was behind and you said you know I think we just start and see what kind of relationship there is. Let's just explore relationship. Let's focus on building relationship and see God takes this and so all these years years later. This is where it's brought us. I think that one of the things on just came to my mind. Actually I know this strange for the people that are listening but it was one time we were our staff team. People came in. We were doing his conference. Yeah we do that together and eventually we were sitting around. There was little I to be honest. It was quite a bit stress around that I remember very clearly you both kind of league back and it was actually very good constructive criticism listen because to some degree we focused we want to just to do relationship and family that in the middle of it ended up to smell like a conference conference and you confronted me without and eaten dairy did something from the always use that APP at to some degree had a very yep a series at an incredible impact because I realized that I was a repentance in my heart when I realized that that's not who I am. That's not what I don't want to be. I commend Kinda percenting that this body alignment before you notice about these signing but it brought a correction and actually we can't solve their several other events so just came to meet brought deeper connection that we could. You'd have that safety net Yuka coming in Jefferson shared out so I just thought it was just one of those special moments that just touched me and then I thought Fred because earlier today of us heard somebody I mean you mentioned on who was to pot Jato were to get her here and and somebody said the hot it is how did this kind of relationship and you just shared something that just touch mark well actually pat and I were in Florida with Papa Jack Back in Frieda and we were having amazing time with them and Jack and I would go out for a drive once or twice a day to go run an errand ice cream and yes the probably get ice cream. Wow Oh that's awesome. I'd like to do that again if you're listening and way he asked me so how did you in life develop such close relationship and I told him that that was when probably eight years ago we decided that we weren't just going to have conferences are be together in a conference setting but that we need to something that would allow us to go deeper that it wasn't about performing or ministering stirring but that we could really get to know each other and so we started taking these mini vacations together where we go and just have fun and laugh and we'd put on our buffalo hats and cowboy gross and Friesian didn't realize behind the behind the Buffalo had said if you WanNa get horny realize until after we took the picture yes yes podcast. There goes your right so just laughing allows you to go deeper we would on the way over on our trip. We'd probably cry all the way there or laugh all the way there and just talk about everything you could think of from Ada Z and it really helped us to go deep with each other and that's what family's about so you can really be truly yourselves and be real with each other real and raw and I think we will just we are here now. In our office in Peachtree City I can't remember when a couple of months Sukkot when assaulted plan that taking some time off and just realized there's some thing on the agenda of Heaven and it was very much connected to a download the path received and I was visiting you guys and we found out it was in December in two thousand seventeen and as we were there at Patna Jesse you guys had just come home from Canada and yet be ministry and then you started to share something Whitman when you saw the shared at something just popped in my spare amount amount of people have listened to me for years and years talking by Kingdom Talk Kingdom family I realize so much intuitive things and then suddenly when pat started to describe this download she had from heaven something a new. My spirit just became a life it was here's his language finally. This is a language expect. I'm like this. Oh yes something became alive in me and I said we need if we're GONNA have a culture that changes culture the need to language and I realized that God downloaded to you guys a language now I said we need to be able to we need to put this together both as book but also to help now as nations churches individual uh-huh longing for belonging and wondering what does this mean for me so pat can you to I want you to share. That's a story about a little bit of background. Well we have been there in cranbrook British Columbia where we were doing a family conference in really we were going in trying to help them at the very initial start of their journey to understand what is does it mean to have a kingdom culture family <hes> so we went in on Friday I believe in the non Saturday we had done teaching and it was a lot of the just the full philosophical even look at what is that but whenever on Saturday night late Saturday night knowing we needed to teach Sunday morning and preach Sunday morning there was this sense that we need to be able to explain to them in relatable ways where they would really identify even on an emotional level what is family because family is such an emotional word good for people. So what are we talking about. What are we not talking about in regards to family because everybody seems to put it through their history as a family and in they tried to interpret it that way so we needed to define a little differently and that night really late eight I had had a instill do a very dear spiritual daughter? She's giving me permission to share this. Her name is amber amber and I through the years have gone through lots of ups and downs much like a mother. Does mother and daughter will do. Different seasons of life and sometimes it was very close. Sometimes it's very distant but I knew that there would come times when she would be going through something. I knew where she would turn. We have that sort of love between us. Covenant Love so on the Saturday night she was on my heart because her husband was in the late stages of alcoholism. She had two young boys. My heart was heavy because I had gotten word that he was near passing he was in hospice and it was one of those situations nations where it was breaking my heart that could not be closer to her as we went through this in God and comforted me with knowing that he would make sure we connected when it happened. I was afraid of even I didn't want. It hurt to hurt the connection with her. So how early morning hours on Sunday I remember cutting the shore the story short here I was awakened by hearing the Lord say turnover and look at your phone and I didn't have the ringer on it or anything but just as I turned over and it was right around three o'clock just minutes after three that I turned over just in time my phone was upside down but I could see the light illuminating on my phone on the face and I turned it over because I thought why am I thinking this hearing this and that would happen at the same time and it was amber calling her husband had just passed. It was a very difficult time literally. I was the first call she made <hes> we shared hearts. Her heart was very distraught. Even though it had not in an easy marriage not easy at all she had stood through many many things so I was able just to talk within let my heart connect with hers identify with Hers Make sure she knew my heart was with her eventually we we we close out the conversation just after a few minutes when I could tell she had calmed down a bit and I went back to bed but as soon as I went back to bed I thought it was going to try and go to sleep. I was praying for her in the spirit and I could not go to sleep but just as I began to to think I was ending that that time with the spirit right there I heard him say I remember turning over in the middle of bed and hearing him suddenly say get up and get a pin. We're GONNA right. I had no idea what that was until I wasn't a season where was doing a lot of writing. I picked up paper asked I could feel something so different in this. I could feel it some movement inside of me not to stirring I could feel an all different levels body soul and spirit. I could feel something stirring so I actually asked Fred of he would get up and come into the kitchen and we were in somebody's basement apartment. I went down there. He came in to help me. I said I just feel like something is getting ready to be berthed in at told told him what had happened and I feel like I need you to be there praying while this happened so we go on we sit down at the simple table had a paper and pen in immediately. I began to write and as I wrote there was the sense in a picture sure of what I would call. This was a felt like God referred to it as his poetry about family and I'm not a poetry writer never had the one I did. I actually cheated and wrote a song and firms grade because I didn't know what poem to write and on this one it was as if he was he was a magician and he was pulling up scarves tied each other from inside me from the deepest parts of art was and one scarf one color we come up. I would think that was all there wasn't then I would see another scarf being pulled up and I simply was writing as I heard this was not going through my head. This was spirit writing and it became something that when I got to the end of it I knew I there there were times. I put my pin down in here. Come another scarf up in at the end. I knew he said this was a gift to family to be able to give a picture a raw and real picture about what it means to be family not the preconceived ideas of were all going to spend <unk> -cations together and holidays at your house and we're all GonNa just give me your keys not that kind of family so what do you mean by spiritual family so I just wrote that from that perspective perspective and when I got through I knew it was a gift from God four of the Jamais family. He told me specifically. I suppose to give it to you that it was a gift to you in the Geo may family to us are needed to use and you've really touched me one path. I don't want to hear from you because when the first time you heard it i Mike heard in pat percentages gift. I bought got tier dope but also it was almost like I'm sure that John the Baptist just could feel that even Esi getting close to that Jesus of something that just started to become a live he got filled with despair just getting close and it was that similar feeling that I had when she was reading a couple of minutes I'm excited. We're going to get to hear it that shared with the rest of families. This is a gift we want to give that gift to you and then we're going to unfold as we go into the near future more and more to help us to be able to impact that gift and to be able to see how the value to us as a kingdom family movement so Fred. How did you feel that when? She sought to see what was the atmosphere. The environment was birthed in well when she was writing it. I knew that the Holy Spirit was inspiring it and so if he's the resident genius on the inside of US confusing I I could <hes> I could just sense it that it was like as I was praying for her. She is writing that the Holy Spirit just saying you know stay with this and keep praying and keep interceding seating and it did it just kept flowing and actually win. She finished we were outside of a starbucks getting some coffee and when I got back in and she'd added I think one other thing even then and when she read it to to me it was like you know the words leapt off the page and it just stirred in my spirit and something would rise up in me with a great deal of joy and excitement and so while this is going to be amazing I just incredible and and I do since we're going to take time because as as we spending this day together to steer that gift as taking a while because sometimes we going through process so make sure that seed is becoming tree before it becomes a forced and that's kind of the process process. There's been a seed but now we've been also processing that and I said I need to I need to bring you here. We need to spend time together. We need to soak into ignore and let's get clarity. Even as we have taken this gift and how do we in the next moment make that available so that every individual can find your place at the family table and then eventually earning this language of lot and connect with a bigger family so that the family families would eventually the undisputable mission that got this call us to do together so if you could just even if you want to say something to set this up this whole beautiful healthy kingdom family what is what does this feel like. How does it sound like an experiencing using that? Give that clear because there's something I think is going to do for every one that is listening just like it has happened to me as there's something to come in light and hopefully it said something in your spit. This is what I've been looking for this. I've been longing for more. Perhaps perhaps while it gives me clarity now of something that I'm going after something I'm going to pursue. I wouldn't preface it with this is that I became very aware while I was writing at that Fred was sort of a reversal role where he he was much like the midwife in there and he was I felt like there were contractions. Physical contractions that I went through and there would be this next push and the next thing would come then there were times that it moved very very very quickly through but yeah this is called a what is family healthy kingdom family. It is just present it to you that I believe this is the DNA that God wrote on the heart of every person is he breathed his breath into his healthy. Kingdom family. Begin began in heaven is God's idea and brought to Earth through Jesus Christ's example and Holy Spirit's empowerment in healthy kingdom family. Each local families defined uniquely by their own special sauce but healthy kingdom family is where all spiritual orphans are welcome but love offers them the opportunity to live a sons in daughters who enjoy coming home to and who joyfully anticipates my return to notices when we're missing and longs for even watches for our return. It's who thinks thinks of me is mindful of me even when we're apart and out of each other side it's where I belong by birth not primarily by doing it's where we work and play together her and it's hard to tell the difference between those two because both bring us joy only do it together. It's where what we do grows out of who we are together not the other way around. It's where we gather formost around our common relationship with our daddy not our beliefs. It's who carries the same spiritual D._N._A.. And family name is who shares the same heart for the family family business and assignment. It's who watches out for me. Who has my back because love protects? It's where we learn to relax into love and know that correction isn't isn't rejection because we already have God's A. Plus we live from love not for love. It's where we make being together a top priority because it brings healthiness and intimacy. Who knows that family belonging is both gifted to us and created by us? It's where we know. People are forest not against us even when it may look or feel differently. It's who honors my journey is being a unique journey not a final destination or a copy of others journeys. It's who honors and values values your uniqueness and knows that without you we all miss part of his glory that is expressed uniquely in each one of us. It's who you entrust your heart to and who entrust there's with you. It's who remembers who are when we ourselves forget. It's where we belong in our loved even before we learn how to behave it's where people know our deepest most intimate parts and loveless there where we refuse to give up on each other because we will not and in fact we refused to give a lesser loved each other than we have been can given by our father. It's where we forgive as we have been forgiven by our father. It's where we handle conflicts by. I remembering in sharing who we want to beat each other and we want to be in each other's heart before we start difficult discussions during difficult discussions and after the difficult discussions it's who season me what I cannot yet you see in myself my destiny my gifts and helps me grow into my spiritual shoes. It's who knows my past but believes in my future. It's who invest in me and who tells me truth when others would offer me only flattery or silence. It's where I'm stronger. When we're together than when we're apart it's who wants to share my burdens enjoys but refuses to weaken me by working harder on my life than I do? It's where I'm loved and have no need to hide its who prays with me and for me not just about me who empowers me for my life and my destiny it helps me discover my best self by offering me pop us per spectacles. It's who is committed to me through all the seasons of life even though loves expressions may change. It's his love fleshed out to me. He's where I learnt who my father is and thus discover who I am. It's where we no longer keep tally marks or keep score on one who initiates contact or who has made more moves toward connection because we simply want to do whatever it takes to be together. It's where I know that when one of us gets promoted everyone who has family family gets promoted the bottom line is family healthy. Kingdom family is where people see me the way God sees me think about me the way God thinks about me believe about me. What God believes about me say about me? What God says about me and love me the way God loves me empowering me to do the same for myself? It's where everyone who comes into the house should experience Orient his endless relentless copy love and those who stay forever are forever changed by his fleshed out unconditional love as described from genesis through revelation healthy. The Kingdom family began in heaven is God's idea and it was brought to Earth through Jesus as example and Holy Spirit's empowerment got also gives us his own picture of what healthy Kingdom Family should look like in. I Corinthians thirteen four. We're through eight a since God is love mature. Healthy Kingdom families should be experienced as the fleshed out model of love so Sep Substitute Love in I corinthians thirteen with the words healthy kingdom family healthy kingdom families large an incredibly patient healthy kingdom family is gentle and consistently kind to all healthy healthy kingdom family refuses to be jealous when blessing comes to someone else healthy kingdom family does not brag about its own individual achievements nor inflate its own importance healthy kingdom family does not traffic in shame and disrespect aspect nor selfishly seek it on its own honor healthy kingdom of family is not easily irritated are quick to take offense healthy kingdom family joyfully celebrates honesty and finds. Things no delight and what is wrong. Healthy Kingdom family is a safe place of shelter for it never stops believing the best for others healthy. King family never takes failure as defeat for it never gives up healthy kingdom family never stops loving we as a family are individuals in process so this is our families Northstar for our journey. Our assignment has been birth on earth and expression of what healthy kingdom family looks like one expression that is never existed before on the face of the earth. How long do we do this? Equations for thirteen says this assist to continue until all of us are united in our faith and in our knowledge about God's son until we become mature until we measure up to Christ. Who is the standard thank you? I was just reminded even us pat was sharing that before the last session at the Voice of the apostle while we're speaking in Nashville a few years back I couldn't sleep and I just felt that I was opposed to my ipad and just to search about one billion soul harvest and as I did a search something I had never done before I found some of the prophetic words people like Bob Jones and Paul Kane several of awards connected to that one billion Solaris and I remember the Holy Spirit he said is so clearly he just says Leif do not want a billion orphans are wanted billion sons and daughters. I want my family back so just thought that even as a connection point to the very thing that we are talking about here I do know this kingdom family talk and I think that what we just heard Fred and pat shared so beautifully and I also want to encourage for anyone that listens Fred Eh one of the spiritual fathers part of this movement and what I've watched lake in what we are praying for an even want to see more in the future is for them to be able to help many of the ones that go from chair to chair one church to do that of course believers we we need to shift from chair to to one before we're going to see the church becoming a healthy kingdom family so I know they are available and I encourage you to contact G._M.. As office contact us and and I do know they can coming in because they have been fathers and mothers and live this out loud and now I think what is getting language that can help us to speak this language clearly so that's just one encouragement to me and the second thing is just also we do have somebody's family gathering at one of the one that it is also coming up is in Colorado February fifth to seven and it is going to be filled up and so far Brian Simmons from the passion translation be with us. We have David Wagner and there's going to be a lot of water in Mason people in worship but we ought to spending some time as a family to meet before the big family gathering so I just want you to keep that on the radar as well as keep me in prayer these days because putting together this thing about wisdom some sun daughters glory that is full of love full power and full of wisdom and I need wisdom issue pray for me for Wisden as we will release a whole group of sons and daughters get will be Weiss sons and daughters and I believe that there's going to be fresh. Baptism SISTEMA wisdom that we're going to experience corporately together as people so if you're ready for your upgraded wisdom just awesome followers there and pray for us so father. I just want to thank you for just thank you for what you're doing. I think that each one of us would get to find a place at the family table. We get to be involved in something that is bigger than ourselves better than ourself. Thank you father. I thank you son and I thank you Holy Spirit. I thank you heavily the family that the dream of the family of Heaven this to see family on earth that loves like you'll love God that honors the way you do that a one like your one just released that even at this moment that does take time to listen to this again and again and to share it and led to this family virus be containers not one simple immune system be able to stand against. It probably just released that there's going to be family. Epidemic GonNA spread around the world and has come to touch every corners of the woollen orphans are going to come. I think if father that even in deceased now we're living at your restoring your family represented from every nation every tongue every try and every we language you're going to come together and thank you for this beautiful bride disputable bright that is connected of all the sons of daughters of north mature sons and daughters that has come home and I thank you Jesus that even at this moment but the spirit a father's preparing this bright for the brain group thanked if it is a nation wedding fees that is about to come and I thank you for the preparation even before on her spirit and this bold and that is preparing to prepared for the preparation of things to come so.

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An Interview with Weston McKennie; Dr. Celine Gounder on Coronavirus Latest

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An Interview with Weston McKennie; Dr. Celine Gounder on Coronavirus Latest

"Their grant wall. Welcome to the planet football. Podcast we're continuing to do to podcast the week and we're going to start each episode with the latest on Corona Virus News and questions with my wife Dr Celine Gown under. Who's a medical analyst for CNN and the Co host of the PODCAST EPIDEMIC? Which you should check out. Then we'll have an interview with someone interesting from the soccer world. Today's interview guest is Weston. Mckennie of the US men's national team and Schulkin in Germany a quick reminder. If you like the podcast it would really help us out if you go to apple podcast and provide a rating and review. And we'd appreciate you recommending the podcast. Is someone you know onward. Hey there we're recording this Monday morning and I'm here on day. Thirteen of home locked down in New York with my wife. Dr Salim Ghandour. She's an infectious disease specialist. Who's a CNN medical analyst and the Co host of the podcast epidemic which you should definitely check out with Ron Clain? Thanks for joining me. Chur New York is now one of the world's epicenters of the corona virus around five percent of the world's known cases are in New York. You work part time at your hospital here and you weren't set go back on service until May but on Sunday you went in and spent a thirteen hour day in the hospital. Why did you do that? Well as you say. I wasn't scheduled to be back on service until May and so for people who don't work in the healthcare setting Usually people who work in the hospital especially doctors don't do continuous work. We do stretches of time and then mix it up often with other things that we might do so I was on service in early February. At which time we had what we call persons under investigation. Or P you is so people we thought might have corona virus but as it turns out did not but we didn't have any confirmed cases yet and then. I wasn't scheduled to be back in the hospital until May but as I saw the number of cases increasing Staff already getting overwhelmed I'm right here where I could be helping I felt like I had to pitch in so I'll be. I'll be doing some of that between now and May when I'm really scheduled to be back on. What did you see in the hospital? Well I covered some thirty patients On Sunday They aged in range from their late twenties to their late seventies but the median age was forty eight so basically our age younger than I would expect right. This is definitely not just a disease of the elderly Some two-thirds of the patients were men and many were obese which is of concern because we do have very high rates of obesity in the US. More so than many other countries Like China for example and that bodes poorly for what this could mean for many Americans who are going to be infected dude. Your Hospital have enough personal protective equipment for healthcare workers. So we've almost completely run out of an ninety five respirator masks. Which are really what would be the appropriate standard in a situation like this We're also running out of surgical masks and face shields. We're running out of gowns So we're really operating with very real scarcity and having to make difficult decisions about how do you stretch what resources you have to last and at the same time figuring out how to do this while protecting yourself but making people feel like they're safe and that the that everyone will have the equipment that they need when they need it? So what kind of protective equipment did you wear yesterday right so as you know For years now I just wear scrubs in the hospital along with my white coat. I think that that is really perhaps something that will change. After all of this I think the idea of wearing suit and tie or your fancy heels in the hospital doesn't make a lot of sense from an infection control perspective cleanliness perspective and really just getting the job done you know. Taking care of patients is not a just sitting behind a computer at a desk kind of job. There's a really down and dirty aspect to it and I think you need to dress. Accordingly so I was wearing that usual kind of stuff. And then on top of that a disposable gown gloves a hairnet to keep aerosol droplets from getting into my hair and then A Face Shield and a surgical mask which you know is less than ideal and then the face. Shield is really to prevent aerosol droplets from landing in your eyes and your nose your mouth your face and that's basically what we're working with right now so you have me. Yesterday I went out for the first time in a week to go to the grocery store on stock up for the week and wearing a mask and just what I was doing having that mask on for a short time almost out of breath and I'm in good shape like you had a mask on for thirteen hours yesterday. How taxing is that to try and do your job in focus while you are dealing with that right right so to distinguish between the two with a ninety five respirator mask versus a surgical mask. The Ninety Five Massar are not easy to break through. I mean it's really a thick piece of equipment. It's sort of like if you were trying to snorkel for an entire day breathing through a straw for an entire day That that's not easy and then breathing through a surgical mask. Well those are loose-fitting. They're not they're very thin It's a lot easier to break through but they're not nearly as protective if listeners. Out there have their own stash of and ninety five masks. Can they send them somewhere with the health? Were healthcare workers can use them. Well if you do have a stash what I would suggest is if you know a healthcare worker there somebody in your life. Who's a nurse or a doctor or really any any body in the in the health field reach out to them and ask them how they can make a donation Unfortunately there's not a centralized website that coordinates donations to healthcare facilities But you could also call your local hospital and say Hey. I have some of these. How can I? How can I donate them? And it might just be leaving them at the doorstep outside the emergency room for somebody to come out and pick up but I think that kind of donation really is life saving in this in this moment so it. If anybody can do that they should so when you came home last night. I just wanted to make sure you had a good meal. Glass of wine You're under a ton of stress. You're not sleeping a lot. Obviously I'm really proud of you and thank you for what you're doing You know one thing you told me last night was that basically. The entire hospital is now devoted to the buyers where you're working What are you expecting to see if you go back to work at the hospital next weekend? So I mean I think it's going to be. I think by next weekend we're going to have a few more healthcare providers who will have had to call out sick so we're going to be stretched thinner I think we are going to see more cases because we're still in the exponential phase of this which means that the curve is is still spiking up cases are still increasing And so I think we're GONNA have a lot of patients and I think I hope not but I think by next weekend we may be having to make very difficult decisions about who do we transfer to the ICU to be on on a ventilator and who we don't and it's it's sort of like what's happening out in the Seattle area in Washington state right now of Really having to ration those resources for people who we think are most likely to survive this which generally means people who are younger and healthier at baseline and having to triage make decisions about who lives and who dies. That's obviously a huge thing and that's something that Italy and Spain are going through right now. Your doctors don't really like having to make those decisions honestly We we like to push on ahead and do everything we can for pretty much everybody unless they have indicated you know that that's not what they want and so this is just not our normal mindset of having to make those kinds of decisions so you went on Dan Laboratories Radio show a couple of days ago and you gave an interview that was sobering for a lot of people at one point. You choked up when he asked you about what you have hoped for and you talked about your doctor. Friends posting about going into the hospital without enough protective equipment. Like soldiers being sent to war without ammunition. Some of the usual idiots on social media made you sound like you were hysterical and honestly I I wanted to grab them by the shoulders and say no man. You don't get it. This is the toughest person I've ever known. You volunteered with no pay and flew into an Ebola zone for two months in early twenty fifteen. I think I've seen you breakdown. Maybe four times in our twenty five years together in that radio show was one of them. You've gone on several sports. Radio shows Like lebatardshow like Jim Rome like. Wfan here in New York has been good for you to try to reach that audience. Yeah I mean I I don't I don't think it's very useful just to preach to the choir I think you need to try to reach out to people. You might not normally run into in your day-today life who are outside of your usual circle of friends and coworkers who have just a different perspective and worldview and. I think that's how we grow as people. It's not just me reaching them but also hearing from them a lot of our listeners. On this podcast are not in virus hotspots yet. I like we had here in New York. What would you say to them right now? Well you have you ever a moments You you have an opportunity here Don't squander that time make use of it to prepare where we clearly did. Not What would that mold think? Really taking the social distancing measures seriously before the virus hits because once it hits You know the horses out of the Barn. I know that's Cliche but really it is. And so what you WanNa do is implement these things before. The virus arrives And so I think there are a lot of communities who still have that window open to them. Just wrap up here right now in the US. We've got a president who indicating that he made. Sire want there to be less social distancing That he may even be following this herd immunity strategy that would actually involve much of the work going back to work And isolating just older people and susceptible groups and I'm wondering what you think about that and what you're looking for in the next week here in the US Well the UK was entertaining a similar approach and then once they did some calculations and projections realized how disastrous that would in fact be. I think the only way you could do that is to say we're just GONNA shut down our hospitals and clinics for the next year or two. And if you get sick you get sick and if you die you die. And that's really the reality of that but you know if if that's GonNa be the approach then I think the healthcare system just needs to shut down and and let it play out and I really think that would be a catastrophe but I don't see any other way to have that happen. Is it your opinion as an expert that that herd immunity strategy would likely result in millions of deaths in the United States? Yes millions of people would die on that note. Thank you again for everything you're doing. Thanks for coming on this podcast. Sling Ghandour is an infectious disease. Doctor she host the epidemic podcast. Where can we find that if you go to epidemic dot? Fm You can find links to the podcast on Apple Google as as well as spotify but you can find it pretty much on any You're wherever you listen to podcasts. 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A lot of video games as well But other than that just trying to stay a stay isolated as much as possible and not gone out in public in interacting with a lot of people as much as I normally like to do that but I gotta put it on pause right now. Yeah totally understand Before I forget. Let's talk a little bit about what you announced here on Saturday. Recording this You announced Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams. What are you guys doing? Yeah so I mean we put our heads together and and we want to help out with the current situation even though we are over here in Europe We definitely pay attention to how this current viruses affecting America so we. We partnered up in teamed up with feeding America and decided to donate a together in in in terms of helping people get food that they need a because you know food has been a struggle as well in hunger has been a struggle in America for a long time a long period of time. Now in Kerr virus in the effects it has on people. Losing their jobs and people not being able to go out in public I think the donation that we have towards them can definitely benefit with the helping getting people food that they need. So where can people go? Where fee feeding America has a bunch of food banks and soup kitchens and all that all around the around America so It's pretty pretty easy access affiliate and as far as you know donating wise You know we we posted on our instagram. My social media's they could click the links in our in our BIOS for the people that are willing to help because on situations like these things you know. That's one thing that makes America Such powerful country because we come together at times like this and then. That's what makes a big big crisis that we've suffered in the past nine eleven and things like that. We've all come together and overcome it somehow. So I think you know right now is another time in the big big effect this Viruses having the time to come together so you know every penny penny hopes and everything that people do Right now to to help the person next them also while isolating themselves as as a beneficial as fellow American. I just want to say thanks for for what you and and those other guys are doing and hope people donate you mentioned your with. Nick tied we right now. Obviously you're in contact with Christian PULISIC and Tyler Adams. How are you communicating with those guys We we barbecue on the weekends so now I guess is later. Selbe over the phone dollars out in Leipzig in Christians in London. So WE HAVE HOUSE PARTY. We have facetime we tax snapshot so we We have online video games. We talked to the microphone with so with definitely keep in contact in many different ways Got It so what are you doing this kind of a basic question but for your own food right now so I think Right now I've not a big cooker myself. I had a person that comes over. And you know it's something that I've been doing. You know 'cause my my biggest thing was my eating habits and so I have a personal comes over and cooks for me and Neil healthy dishes and stuff too that works for my body. The help Minimized my injuries as well So as a right now he's still comes over in this time shock. La's is I think partnering up with with His company to help get food to all the players as well Because like I said we're trying to stay isolated as possible in that also includes trying to avoid shopping centers in China. Void go into the grocery stores. And so it's it's difficult also to to go out you second. Guess yourself you're like. Oh the store or any gas in the car. In things that you never did. Before like put gloves on the pump. Your gas than you know. Go to the store in but your shirt over your nose in walk around. Aden shredded minimize touching everything It's definitely definitely hard in something. I think many of us have never experienced before. Oh yeah that's what I'm doing so far. When was your last training session? I think actually fry Friday before before the Yeah Friday before the Derby play on Saturday and Friday was our last training as a team. I mean I trained individually of course We have our runs. We ever programs that we have to do and our workout so I do that every day. Just to stay fit. 'cause we never know when when the season might start up or if it will start up again so it's kind of a a situation right now. You always has to be prepared. Yeah I in terms of the actual workouts by yourself that they're having you do. What are some of the specifics on on what you're doing in those also like endurance of course is one of them? You know we have to run everyday practically tomorrow. We'll be in Austin Bay So today Iran you know four times. Four minutes of intensive running With ten minute warm up so they try and talk late so we run about thirty five forty five minutes a day and then the workouts we have you know some of the some guys able to take from the training grounds to take home and they also delivered equipment that we needed so for me. I I had most of the equipment here just needed a bike cycling bites a stationary bike to to have at home that I can use as well so they will ever thought and yet they send the programs out. Of course I'd be my own thing practically in with my upper body strengthening my legs my core so just as one of those things now you can have to get creative a bit so it's a pretty interesting. Yeah I mean it really is. I mean my wife ordered US rowing machine ten days ago. So we've got that set up in our New York City apartment here. I'm just trying to stay fit. I'm not a pro athlete. And that's why it's it's gotta be crazy. Are you doing these workouts like in a park or near your house or in my garage? I have like a power rack in in my garage of can do bench press squats. Who LOVES DIBS I've kettlebells lehrer on my living room. I have my my Yoga Mattsson in my dumbbells might treadmills and bikes and stuff in my living room. So it's a I guess you could say it's a bit crowded right now turning linger practically to my home gym But yeah it's like I said just trying to stay isolated going my backyard as well in have ropes with me. Also that I took from Shaikha so is definitely like I said everyone. I think everyone right now is getting creative to to what they can do in. Everyone's avoiding the gym Which is good Also high risk placing to pass on the virus. So yeah it's just a creative process. Yeah I can imagine it was it. I obviously everyone's health is so much more important than soccer right now but like to have no this very big gain. This big Darby game get cancelled right before you were about to play in it. What was that like to go through? Honestly I think many of us were. I don't want it to come off wrong but were happy that it happened because you know as a player and of such a big game lake the Derby you know to play without fans would be would be almost. I Dunno would be undescribable practically like it's a game. That is one of the biggest in Germany's one of the biggest derby so around the world so to play with other fans would be pretty pretty crazy. I think in many of the guys weren't of course. We are still up to the task. We were one and we're going to go out there and play the game. How HE DID. And maybe it could have benefited us in a way. Because we're playing Dortmund but still I think you know to to not be able to have the fans there to have a ghost game would be would be really really weird so I think many of us were a little bit happy at the same time but happy that it's come to this point where it is right now. Now that makes sense I mean for a while there. It seemed like the leagues around Europe. We're GONNA try and play through with empty stadiums and then it started to become clear that you know. The athletes were being put at risk to have such close interaction with other athletes on the field. I did did that. Enter your mind as well of like even just playing an empty stadium as a health risk for you. Yeah it's it's it's one of the things you have to thank lake. You're playing at an empty stadium but you know the fans are Especially here you've been here yourself. The fans are live soccer. So it's one of those things. Okay you can empty the stadium. But they're still going to be big gatherings around the city. You know to watch the game. It's it's one of the things like it doesn't matter if you closed the stadium or not like people are still going to be in contact with each other and as far as the players. I mean it's one of the things usually Like okay it's empty stadium. You know the risk is really low but then whenever you think deeply say okay well. I don't know where that player has been. I don't know where he's been in contact with and who he's around like if he has it and the the tricky thing about is some players don't even show symptoms of it so it's it's it was a little bit crazy and then. I think that's one of the reasons why we The season's not season but the league has stopped so far because I think it'd be too much of a hassle to you know say we're we're plane behind closed doors in the one player gets it on the Dortmund and been the whole team has to be quarantined. And it's like okay. Well we can't. This team can't play this weekend but these two cans so I think was. It was the smarter decision to to stop the League's right now. Do you know if there are any cases of corona virus at the club. Your club as the right now. No there there. There hasn't been any And hopefully there won't be Like I said we're doing the best. We can sustain isolated from each other. And so. Yeah as right now there. There hasn't been any any cases of the club. Now you mentioned Dortmund Rival club also close in proximity location. Wise to where you live. There's an American Giovanni rain who plays for Dortmund Have you had a chance to to meet him? Or communicate with him recently. yeah actually. We were part of the same agency Wasserman. So we've definitely linked before we actually Richard Motzkin in David. Me Out here a couple of weeks ago and we all sat down. Had dinner before this Holkar on took over kind of You have me not. I'm always I told him in in those. I think as well that if she ever needs a anyone to hang out with her just wants to come over and chill like he's more than welcome obviously right now and the circumstances will are to do such a thing but I I understand where he's at right now 'cause dorman he lives on the facility like in the complex and all the kids practically have gone home there so he's he's practically all alone by himself. Which is kind of a bummer. Yeah he's a teenager too. Yeah so he's in a different life stage exactly. So it's it's definitely I mean. I can imagine art for Him. Right now because. I don't know what I'd be doing now. Nick was here with me so indefinitely. Be Bihar than what it is. Yeah I mean obviously we talked about how soccer in the grand scheme of things. Isn't that big a deal right now? While we're here I want to ask you to sort of about your season. And how you viewed it as shock at chocolate. Yeah we came Shokhin. Generally we came up the gates running We we came out in in. You know I guess shocked people because you wouldn't expect I mean shockers a team that normally should be top top five out for you know anyways so I think it was a shock just from the last season that we had fighting relegation to come out. You know the first half of the season Up there in the Europe I guess you can say your qualifications rankings. So I think it was good. It's been good so far. These past Games have been treated the school. I O N. We're in a difficult phase of amine as much as I don't want to say maybe the current situation that we're in right now could have also been been official as well maybe Depends on how you look at it. you know we take a break in. Ino CLEARER HEADS. Come back in his starts up soon in. Hopefully this. This whole thing is is over. Soon we can get back in and concentrate. Everyone has a clear head and everyone's eager to to play in to get back on the field so I think that could also be a beneficial part of the of the whole situation. Now you try to. I try to always look at the positive things that come out of situations like this right now. So what's the positive that agency out of it? You had a great goal recently It was the first time you've scored in a while in the boonies was good to get back on the scoresheet. Yeah it's actually really funny My my physio mean and him were talking. You know that same day actually while I was getting a massage talk. I think you're gonNA score tails you know. I'm thinking to Myself Avenue scored since I you know I don't know how long ago under eighteen and scored two goals in. They're both in the same week so been pretty but then I also for some reason had a weird ceiling about it feels like al-Qaeda scoring today us new and we and we told each other before the game like okay like will do this celebration if you score insurance or in the during the celebration and uh yeah so might have to have that talk some more before the game You've had a new coach. This season. David Wagner Guy who played for the US men's national team back in the day. What's that been like? What have you learned about? It's been really good. Obviously I've had the the the I guess. Lucky nece when it comes to coaches a connection with him as well Like I had a good connection with a Dominican Tedesco in the past He's he's one of those coaches he can relate a little bit. More is a little bit different than to desk going away. That didn't play at the professional level in in you know they evacuated now has played in. So He's actually been there done it. He knows like when a when a player he can tell when a player's body is tired. I can tell when you know we might need a break or might need a day off or something like that. And he's he's very easy to talk to as well Many many people. I think that mean him speaking English. But you know we speak in German which Pretty interesting for me as well out of the -ssume that we spoke English but Yeah we we go back and forth in we we. We talk often Whether that's you know I can be better on the field or how can be better off the shield or if I'm doing good or ninety to pick it up that's one of the things I really like about him? He's ease straight into the point about it. He doesn't trench sugar. Coder find back doors to you. Know give you a reason of why you're not doing this away. Not playing or something. He straightened to the point like. Hey you're not performing so you're not playing or a you're doing very well like keep it up so that's definitely a beneficial thing about him. You're supposed to get together with the US. Men's national team later this month for the first fever window in a while. Those Games obviously have been canceled How tough is that To not be able to play with your national team teammates for so long honestly it was it was it was pretty crappy situation because I was thinking to myself like the first camp. We have in Europe in such a long time. I don't have the traveling ten hours it's canceled of no but it's definitely a you know we we all keep in contact as well Over gaming platforms fortnight than than call of duty. So we're all looking forward to seeing each other again many of the guys. We haven't seen since like you said last natural break which has been awhile So it was. It was devastating as well. You know we have two good Games nederlands Wales and really looking forward to it but With the current situation we kinda got a taste the In just look forward to the next thing. So hopefully like I said it'd be amazing. If this thing could clear by summer than you know we could play qualifying in you know hopefully cough I also also for the Olympics in have also in the summer but you know. Take a day by day as of right now in and see what happens. Yeah I mean it's it's looking. They would cancel the Olympic qualifying tournament. And obviously you would have been able to be a part of that but If the US had qualified for the Olympics your age eligible right so lake if if the Olympics happened if they happened later on. Is that something you'd be interested in being a part of low? Yes for sure. Sure sure for sure it's it's it's It's for soccer players as well. I mean like you said my age It would literally be once in a lifetime experience. I'd definitely with a would seize that opportunity and go over there and get to experience. You know the the whole Olympic set up in you know you watch it as a kid and you see the ends of course. I didn't watch sports really. Don't watch sports really. But there's something about tracking shield that that makes it exciting and fun to watch so I've been pretty cool to be there and see that as well. That's a fascinating statement. You don't watch sports. Is that accurate? Yeah it's accurate. I I know people have different ways. They approach things. You know like whenever. I've talked to Tyler Adams. He's like obsessed with watching other soccer games. But that's but not. Everyone looks at it that way. It sounds like no. There's people that record soccer games on the weekend Rewatch them in them. The person that records movies to rewatch himself got two hundred fifty eight movies in my library. So I'm just upset. She now I mean looking toward the end of the year God willing. We're GONNA have soccer again. God willing this virus has been taken care of World Cup qualifying with. They're supposed to be six. World Cup qualifiers Toward the end of twenty twenty in a very relative short period of time. Are you like when you think about that? And that opportunity could that be away for the public the American public to really get a sense that the US men's national team is back. Yeah I think I think yes With the devastating situation that happened in the previous World Cup Obviously I think many Americans in many people are looking forward to seeing how we do in qualifying To See what this. This new group is about You know we couldn't we. Could I guess people people don't really look at the the friendly games that we play and say like okay? This is a team. This is a lot as you know for. Sure they just say Oh. It's just a friendly game. Let's see how it is in qualifying so it's definitely something that could Alp ease the mind I guess of of the US soccer's of orders. And obviously we try and do the best that we can with every game that we every game that we play and sometimes you get lucky but I think if we could you definitely like you said got willingness viruses over. We are a play soccer. Can I think that's something that all of us are really looking forward to seeing some of the players The ones that weren't involved such as myself still have a better taste in our mouth about it so definitely have something to show. What's next? He is Weston mckennie. He is working with Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams to donate their own money but also asked the rest of you to donate to feeding America. That's at feeding America Dot. Org You can also find the link on their social media channels West. Thanks so much for taking the time to talk and be safe over there. Thank you appreciate in U2 into everyone that's listening Stay isolated in in. Stay home and stay. Stay safe now so thank you. Thanks for listening to the planet football. Podcast I'd like to thank Dr Selene Gander and Weston mckennie as well as producer Harry sport out and everyone at sports illustrated who supports this podcast. Remember if you liked the podcast it would really help us out. 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I didn't mean they're on a hooker. He's my nephew. And I'll hand list asked you do because the law has ways of dealing with vandalism and all it was nothing but a boy just a boy sprint. Why you my opinion Gildersleeve. You're nurturing first-class case of juvenile delinquency. There yeah that journal was just juvenile. Quiet it's no wonder if anybody has lost tearing around the way you do backing into evil and smacking. They're gone. That's neither here nor there and I did not back into and don't try to take it out on the boy I'll pay for the broken window hooker when it comes to the heating of children. I don't need any advice. You you only you only offender. Good Day that's why you certainly young man come into my study. I didn't mean to me. He made me boyish prank. Like you said now you know what happens to boys who go around destroying property you know they start out with little things like this and they go from bad to worse they start. Hanging around drugstores they fall into bad company. The first thing you know they're smoking cigarettes. I wouldn't never smoke talk. I hope not. But that's only the beginning. They could get me once but I wouldn't. I told him it wouldn't be right. I'm glad to hear it because once you back growth that's right. It's very small town. We're not talking about me. Leroy. We're talking about you. I'm trying to impress upon you. Leroy the seriousness of what? You've done a broken window may seem a small thing itself but it could be the first step in the life of crime. You're right on. I'm sorry I'll try to do better. I certainly hope you will my boy. Yes I'm just not good guess. We're both to blame. That's right you don't have to agree with but I I realized I haven't spent as much time with you is perhaps I should. I think we ought to try to get to understand each other a little bit. Leroy. Don't you? How do you mean Well I mean do things together things together and go places together. I don't know we might go on hikes together. Would you like that can go? I guess it's all right with his mother like wait a minute. I didn't say right this minute. I guess we're going on a hike. Our piggy boy. We are GonNA wait a minute. How many heartaches that you put in the lunch basket thickness guilty six? Let me see. There's Leroy and piggy and myself one eight each of the boys and that's how it goes. I guess that's all right. Can we talk boycotting? Wait a minute one thing. That must be understood clearly before we leave. Roy Yes Sir Gigi Mr Green going on. This hike is if we were all in the army. It'll be smart young man. Don't you encourage piggy run? This hike along military lines and I'm going to be the commanding officer you boys or the man my squad. I tell me piggy. That's the first thing a man learns in the Army Getting Leroy. What's the first thing a man learns in the teeth? John Young Man. This hike and stop right here. The first thing is to obey orders given order on this I wanted to bake. I wanted to bathe properly without an argument. Is that clear I get it all right? Then we can start for having to say you Leela Who were just going off for a little hike trying to get leroy interested in nature. That's just the thing lasted by. Michael is with me for the day and I know he just loved to go on the hike with you. Wouldn't you might. I'm perfectly willing to look. If you think best all for Corn Sake who else we'd be glad to take Khalil. Don't you think he's a little young for long hike? We're going to troon point and that's quite a long way. It's a heck of a long ways. Mrs Ransom I get tired myself going there. Oh boy me too. Oh I won't worry about. That will be able to figure out some way to take care of little. I can get worn out and Martin on you now. You just go on a job. He might be Sean. Have a nice time. Gross Jane Yourself Not Tonight Mr Viola's leaving the barge when you get home thereby everybody does it but Leila Mark took here. Here's a beautiful spot follows. Suppose we stop for a minute and give some of our soldiers a chance to rest. I imagine you're a little tired picky. I should say not leave precious a daisy daisy. Yeah I'm sure the other boys tired lately we'VE BEEN TEARING ALONG? Leroy I me. I was hoping you older boys be more thoughtful and give little Michael a chance to get his breath. Don't be ridiculous Mr Gildersleeve a bit landed. You see nobody's tired. Nevertheless is your commanding officer. I ordered a halt. You're all tired. Only you don't realize you heard my order. Possibly this'll be a good time to have lunch to life. Eleven piggy So it is. I would've guessed around one thirty but there's an old saying an army travels on its stomach. That's what we gotta do. I watch you never mind just a little ways ahead that swells launch. It has a Brooke Brooke. That sounds Nice. Is that what you other boys would like to Roy for the Brooke by all right? We'll go onto the Brook Leroy far. Is it to the Brook. Two Miles March a way to get too far ahead of me. I am responsible for your safety. You know getting keeps sitting down all the time. Well Peter Bothering me. Another thing Leroy gone a lot more than two miles and I haven't seen anything that looks like a really astronauts. Well I can't wait. I mean I'm worried about Little Mike. We better stop here in the Roy. That's an order. Sit Right down here in this rock and divide up the good baskets boy a few that fresh. Cut A biggie. I just remembered there for US and British fixed lunch for three point. Isn't it awkward? What are we going to do? I don't like to say anything. On putting your fiance's she's GonNa be cousinly right and we lost share share. Like now doesn't like him. Who doesn't like Jelly there? Anybody who doesn't like hard boiled eggs. Well any meany. Miny moe they listen. I'm hungry all of you put together. What can we do about what I just remembered something? There's little country all right up this road where we could get something to eat is how far is it. Leroy healthy half a mile so much took. We have to sit here for the rest of the day. You're killing me Leroy. We haven't had any nature study on this whole hike asks we'll have it now nature study. It's very valuable for any boy now. Princeton's this tree we're sitting up. I doubt if you know what it is. Okay let's see that one over there here. It isn't an L Gildersleeve. He ELM is on a staple on account of accelerated leaves separated. Did you learn that Michael Special? Course in nature study at Camp last summer takes care of the box. Let me see. It must be some more nature around here. Someplace that by judge it is odd one of nature's masterpieces boys and Orioles Nest right there. That long grey thing. He has to stand on his head to make it. Are you sure that's Orioles Nest Mr Gildersleeve? It looks like this. The script the towns to me. Not since my boy. I'll show you the little baby orioles if you're all be quiet now if I grab this one on flight everybody get birdies. Can't seem to find the opening in this and I'm sure at times Mr Gildersleeve. Do you know what that is? And this is nothing like it. Michael I'll show you. Hey what the Dickens the best reputations marks Gildersleeve again in a few seconds you know and it'll be a few more minutes than just a few seconds Herald Perry was in the Gildersleeve role even before the show kicked off in nineteen forty one as he was doing the the Gildersleeve character a slightly different character during the fiber McGee and Molly program and we basically characterize. This is the first spinoff but Harold Perry decided he was bigger than the show signed a deal with. Cbs thinking that kraft would come along with him and they didn't So you know Herald. Perry lost a plum role as the great guilder. Sleep Listening to this episode. From seventy seven years ago and we will have the news from seventy seven years ago when Classic Radio Theatre continues in just four minutes on your favorite station. Hey Son you want to go throw the ball around. No thanks dad when I grow up. I'm going to be a snack. Louis not an athlete. Okay how do you snack? Leads bond with their father in a quick trip and get snack like cliff bars or power age or warm bar. It sounds like you're making this up so I'll buy you snack. Oh Mom Dutch crushing my dreams again. Money don't crush our child's dreams. Don't worry dad. We can throw the cliff bars around when it's time to refuel. It's time for US Michael. Qt more gas station. Hey Son you want to throw the ball around. No thanks dad when I grow up. I'M GONNA be a snappy. Not An athlete okay. How do you snack leads? Bond with their father go to quick trip and get snack meals like cliff bars or power age or warm bar. 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You take a look around your house right now and pick out the safest spot away from windows and doors. Make sure that every member of your family understands. He is rushed to that safe spot. When there's danger convinced that these precautions are necessary right now and I hope I can convince you. They're important family yourself and your community. You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station episode of the Great Gildersleeve Starring Herald Gary as it was originally broadcast Sunday. April Eighteenth nineteen forty-three in the newspapers of that Sunday. Seventy seven years ago. These were some of the headline acting under orders from President Roosevelt War Manpower Commission mcnutt tonight clamped a modified job wage freeze order on about half of the nation's two million civilian workers and make violations of criminal. Offense is over effective at one minute after Saturday. Midnight just four hours after he announced it was backed by penalties as great as the thousand dollar fine and a year in prison for violators either by employers or employees directly affected to the twenty seven million persons now employed in the central activities including agriculture. Those were forbidden to shift to a non essential employer or from one essential employer to another and a higher salary or wage rate determined on a pay per hour basis unless they have been out of the first employers pay for thirty days or more from the North African read a warfront slashing attacks by British and French troops in the shell swept mountain heights of northern Tunisia. Cut New wedges into the enemy sees line which rings Tunis and Biz Ray. From a distance of twenty five to fifty miles me mall generalizing hauer warned of hard fighting ahead and declared future advances would be difficult and costly a new peak in the aerial campaign against kiss got thirteen raids in the single vaber reported by the Navy along with the sanctity of five Japanese ships and the damaging to more of our Pacific submarines the underwater against the enemy shipping lanes blocked to one hundred forty eight to total of Japanese vessels. The navy has announced this sunk in the Pacific. America's heavy bombers fighting unescorted in strong force smash at the German Book Wolf Fighter Plane Factory at Bremen and shot down more than fifty enemy planes route but the bold eight hundred mile trip cost the US. An unprecedented toll of sixteen four engine crap renewed a new campaign. To flatten Germany's armament industry. Also cost the British a record loss of fifty five bombers last night out of a force of more than six hundred attacking. The Great Skoda works at Pilsen in Nazi occupied Czechoslovakia and the industrial twin cities a Mannheim and lewd in Spain and on the Rhine Russian troops in a renewed fight to oust the Germans from their remaining Caucasian foothold around nor processes and killed four thousand the enemy and destroyed or damaged seventeen tanks in the last two days according to Moscow the midnight communique recorded by the Soviet monitor also said thirty nine German guns thirty one mortars and more than one hundred machine guns had been destroyed. Ommercial bakers will get the same amount of shortening during this quarter. April May and June as they used the same quarter last year that according to the war food administration this allocation which represents an increase from the seventy percent rations originally granted the fats program where we made possible by issuing additional ration- points before June first for us that month the house reaffirming its opposition to farm subsidies substitute for higher crop. Prices has written into the seven hundred seven million dollar department appropriation bill. A provision barring use of any of the measures funds for incentive payments to farmers limitation sponsored by Chairman Tannin the Democrat of Missouri of the Appropriations Committee would prevent revival of one hundred million dollar incentive program outlined by Senator Wick Weicker. Two months ago as a means of encouraging greater production of crops deemed vital to the war effort. Rice administrator apprentice. Browns said present COCKY IMPORTS. Hold out the possibility of an increasing copy rations in the near future but the increase is not at hand yet and the next coffee stamp or a million on the basis of one pound per person every five weeks. The office of war information in a report on the rubber situation tonight reached the conclusion of the great bulk of the nation's twenty seven million civilian passenger cars owners cannot expect new synthetic tires before the last half of nineteen forty four. If that soon. It's expected that rubber supplies on hand or expected during this year at seven hundred sixteen thousand tonnes and our requirement six hundred nineteen thousand tonnes leaving a balance of one hundred four thousand for one thousand nine hundred forty four. Mike Jeffers the. Owi called this balanced dangerously low. Since rubber manufacturing plants must maintain an inventory of one hundred thousand tonnes who shutdowns though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers who Sunday April Eighteenth and nineteen forty-three on your radio the Great Gildersleeve which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Now let's get back to the Great Gildersleeve are what's left of him. He's had a good suffer and we find him now. Entering is Dan shoes and his hand preparing to relax on the couch. But the what's this he sees Leroy Leroy this junk young man. I believe I've mentioned before that I do not like to find. These count founded little comic books. All over my dad will be silly. Nothing trash gone. Y'All got no time for such stuff fair on. I did what you wanted to do. I went on hike. Thanks Very Much Peter. Killing me right now. I suppose I should be open minded Leroy. And what's this one here? Is this a good win? Captain Wonder Man. He's so good in every night now. Five minutes he'll never mind. What's it about August? The best comic is the strongest man in the world. Yes secret Muslims. The story of captain won the man on the Nazi saboteurs. Where does it begin? You see this Kid Jack. Crumley news boy and all of a sudden it's Nazis fight grabbing stuff on Dank. Why because he thinks. Jackie knows something about captain. Wonder man well he does. He does He. Jackie crummy captain one begin to like it now on yet. You will. But that's a secret about Jackie. Being wonder man nobody knows it but bonafide members of the club. What Club Captain Undermanned Club? Remind I don't have to join the club. What happened in the newsboy? As soon as he's tied up in south unless he changes in south to captain wonder man I can other secret. Nobody knows what the club members. I'm Anne members on the twenty million. None of them would tell intense. Join no club. Plus then I'll tell you. Jackie says the mystic Ward Alagoas Zam Zam Alexan- need because man in the world and the most patriotic. Look I see him. Why does he wear a Cape can members know remind the Leroy I forbid you to read anymore and this junk lying around? I'll burn it? You want me to learn to read not in order to read grill about muscle-bound men with capes getaway net radio learn to read from something. Good right I'll find something wrong. The makers of toasted Pepsi's present Captain London off that radio as I told her young. Man I'm trying to find something decent for you to read them wonder man. I'll be quiet for a minute. Okay arm yes. I'm looking for a book. One book looking for something to read the leader. Hi David Copperfield tried to read that. Oh here the wonderful book. I've always just loved this one. What is a little women? Don't sneer at little women. My boy my mother read to me when I was younger than you are so wonderful book. I love it I just love it. I've read so many times. I almost know it by heart. Please read little women. Why don't you my dear? I'm tired just stretch out here on the couch. You're well I'll make yourself comfortably right because I want you to sit still and listen to this okay. Well there's no use really starting tonight so I just like to Redo my favorite part. It's we're best guide you see about all these sisters. Leroy and one is Joe. She thought of a Tomboy. That's the one I always wanted to be. And then there's this. She isn't very strong. Well I'll read it to the pleasantness room in the house was set apart for them and then it was gathered everything that she most loved flowers pictures per piano the little work table and the beloved kitten father's Bessbrook founder way their mothers easy chair. Joe's Desk Amy's finest sketch and every day. Meg brought her babies on a loving pilgrimage to make sunshine and Ethan John. Quietly set aside a little some that he might enjoy the pleasure of keeping the invalid supplied with the fruit. She loved long for Old Hanoi. Never worried concocting dainty dishes attempt to capricious appetite dropping. Tears would and from across the sea came little gift and cheerful letters seeming to bring breath of one and fragments from lands. You know winter here. Cherish like a hassle saint in its shrine set Ben Franklin busy airport but nothing could change the sweet unselfish nature and even welcome paying leave life. She tried to make it happier for the WHO should here. Give it to me. My dear. I'll go on with. Where are we now? Oh Yes. Joe Never left her for an hour. Some methods said I feel stronger when you hear. She slept on a couch in the room waking often to renew the fire to feed lift or wait upon the patient creature who seldom asked for anything and tried not to be in trouble often when she woke joe found bath reading in her. 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This is classic Radio Theater Guy Communist lights out everybody. Now here's your host. Why it Cox Jackson Beck starring as Filo bands from April Eighteenth Nineteen fifty. This is the golden key murder case. I Bet Banton Minute Mr. Marc train got in about a half hour ago. It isn't anything important. Just advance have been away for several days and I wanted to say hello last. Call you thank you. Bye-bye oh now notes on the nylon murder case it was merely a matter fine reception. A man's been away for three days more. His favorite secretary can say is Vance. Give a Gal Tom and remember. I didn't just say vans I said Vans. You're such a good prov investigator. You should know what it means when I put my voice in capital letters. Accept your apology. All Right Ellis forget the whole thing. What's been happening while I was away. Markham just called Anything INTERESTING IN THE MAIL. Just the usual stuff. Oh except this. It came in the mail yesterday. What is it vance a golden key? Nothing came with it. No letter nothing at all. Just a golden key in an envelope addressed to you on usual but not particularly interesting. Mr Markham for me. I'll be in my private office. Certainly will your office might be a little gusty. I haven't been in from here. What is it? What's the matter all nothing very much. Except there's a dead man sitting at my desk. What and in his hand is another of those golden keys tunnel up. The little grade signaled heavy. Like my name's billions. He was I. I don't know what to say. Did good that suits me. Fine find a set of trains on the market but you thought only children played toy trains was. I don't know what I thought. It doesn't matter. What have you done about the assignment I gave you billy? Simon that private club I want held up. He was supposed to take care of that. Remember G buse. I didn't know I was supposed to remember. No no I tell you nobody can get into that place without a key and they keep changing analog. They keep changing the lie. No I heard you billy. I think we can manage to get you into friend in fact. I don't know how you can hold up the place we don't she was I. Don't either I'll think of something abusive but there's one thing I want you to remember the. Oh what's live with this extra car and track their billy. If anybody gets in your way while you're carrying out the assignment she what's going to happen to the train. I see well see that. That happens to anybody that gets in your way Pro Come into frame high. Da Down now. Mind if I do. My secretary told me what outside wanted to see me what about. I'll tell you Mr Markham. Da with a sense of humor. What do they think of next? Markham what would you say if I told you somebody was gonNA kill name until you go to the district attorney? Don't ever do that sense of humor. Thing I'm not kidding. Sorry Naked Gracie everybody calls me Gracie makes me feel more at home. Was it. That's going to try to kill you. Miss Frame Oh so. That's the way one okay Markham. I'm saying be four five six club. According to a phone call. I got this morning. I'm supposed to quit over to a joint. Call the golden key club the word or else as with the mandate on the phone. Maybe I sound like I think this is a gag but if I do it's because my voice is a good actress what do you mean? I'm scared couldn't scan on the phone. Sounded like you meant business. You're supposed to quit and go to work at the Golden Key Club. Golden key friend. Vital Vance you got a golden key in the mail. He found a dead man clutching a golden key in his office. This morning. This may all titled Rather Closely Van. Investigate a mysterious Zeki who Margaret Mellon. Yet the is holding. Knock Nectar Vance Margaret. I think I've got a lead on that golden key murder. What is it is a club called the golden key and there's a girl in my office who's been threatened and all of this may up. Thanks for letting me know. Have you found out who the man in my office was meaning to call you? His name was Prescott Joseph Prescott. Aw Very rich retired enemies of ours. We've uncovered to date events. What are you GONNA do about the Golden Key club? Ellen go there of course. The club called the Golden Keys. Probably the real key to this case point very pretty. Who Said you could kind of my dressing room who said I couldn't Gracie run along home and play with a toy trains. I gotTA show a couple of minutes and I haven't opened up yet me me me me. What happened this afternoon Gracie I did what you told me. The district attorney put on a big about what happened. I mean if I didn't quit singing here over to the golden key club. That's what I was supposed to do. Isn't it or how good did you make your story? I'm a performer. Ain't I I did great too scared at first. That is gone calling a little about it so it would sound like McCoy and I stuck out a good girl grace. You've helped me let children make what's the big idea that you were good girl Gracie you did what you were told that was just to teach you. What would happen if you ever changed? Driver Keeping Change Just a second L. Help you out now. We are so this is the golden key club. According to what a certain singer told Markham and what he told me this is the address doesn't look like much from the outside does it. What is it they say about a book and its cover listen to gossip? There's the dorm fine place for him. Is these Birkdale. People out of cats all depends on. What kind of doorman is he happens to be a doorway doorman? Not a cab doorman. Well let's just get in. We have our golden key. Remember the one that was sent me through. The mails Key to look what happened to him at all my friend. Is this the golden key club? Kirby informative isn't it? I have a golden key that was sent me. I presume that entitled to admission. Let's say the key never been before. Have you had become again all my friend. We haven't this key was mailed me keys to a couple of prospects. Every week people we think might like to clip. Yeah Change for one. That will open both doors. Thanks just open the street door. Walk in another door inside. Same key opens. Thank you L. And I don't like the looks of a character coming this way Keith. Ellison looks like a real nice place. I think I would go in here all the door open. Buddy means huband this private club. You can't go in here. Got The wrong uniform to be ordering people around you. Wait no copy on your way. Christ said I was going in with these people. Nobody's GonNa Stop Me. Nobody but you scared a dorm. Okay Buddy let's go win you gotTa Ki- I saw you get. What makes you think I'm going to give it to you? I look you seen what happened to that doorman. You don't give me a key clip you in the dull and migo stepping in. You means you ellen well at least. I'm a doll. If I were you friend I think I'd keep walking okay. You don't take me with you. I take the key away from you. Pant good things places on a side street. You have a crowd cheering for you. The only applause I want is yours is nothing to stop us now. Let's go let's let's make it some other time after what happened out here. How can what goes on inside? Be Anything but four black twenty four black. Make your bets. Please make your bets. How's it going all right? Good Good Mr Maley golden tease. You're doing business tonight. I know but are we doing about. Even some of the suckers are getting lucky. Stop everybody got their bets down. Let's go please all right. Tell me watching and keep watching to me. The number is three black again number. Three black make your pets fleet. I'll be in my office tummy. Call me if anything is demanding. All Right Folks Make Your Bets. Pick your number and make your best lease. Make your best friends. Everybody Standards Rayo Art. Nobody moved pickup. Everybody stay where you weren't shut up. My friend of me Janis because we need exercise. That's better they turn around and face the wall that means everybody being smart very smart you was working in. Rolette wheel me. Yeah you go through everybody's pocket and throwing. It finally not die steamboat. Jewelry everything and make it. Quick Ain't got all day not me but you got the I. Guess he didn't have the wrong guy AF after stanway. You all get what this Guy Got Buddy. Empty your pockets. That goes to throw your handbags on that table on it. I shows I ain't kit. Hurry up get up. That Dole is Martha. I understand shortly after I was at the Golden Key club there was a hold up and demand was killed an employee of the club events. It must have been thousands of dollars lost in the robbery to it. Seems to me this all with the murdered man. I found in my office and the girl singer who came to see you other than the fact that a golden key is concerned. I don't see the connection. Neither do I at the moment but I guarantee there is one. Perhaps the individual who owns the club with a gracie fame was seeing heard about the threat. She got she wouldn't go over to the golden key decided to put the golden key on a business. That's possible of course but hardly likely doesn't explain the murdered man. I found all the golden key who sent me no. I admit it doesn't tell me how do you explain that? I'm I haven't the slightest idea the title but I'll tell you this I will have just as soon as I see the owner of the golden key on April eighteenth one thousand nine hundred Vance on Classic Radio Theatre. America's founders knew power corrupts and ultimate power corrupts ultimately and absolute power corrupts absolutely. That's why built in checks and balances to prevent any one group from seizing all power. 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I kind of information the district attorney. He seems to think that your efforts to get a singer named Gracie framed work at the golden key. Might be the reason. Your club was held up my efforts to get a singer named gracie frame. Didn't you threaten her? If she wouldn't come to work for you. I never even heard of it. Makes a difference in Markham's theory. If you're telling the truth I of course I am. You have somebody who dislikes you. Don't you doesn't everybody. I'm not talking to everybody. I Love Vance. I run a gambling joint. That isn't exactly legal. I made a couple of enemies. One of my character named David Wagner. No no but I will. He's an operator but he's been a little too quietly stays home and plays with his toy trains all the time. I hear all. Tell me more things merely did. You sent me a golden key the other day. Do I look silly enough to have done that? No no you. Don't thank you one other question did you. Joseph Prescott the man. I read about who was found dead in your office. Yeah I knew anything else. No my friend that is what now so quick. That's the main ed like these off. I'm coming to you and I have some talking to do have we inside your house. Your David Wagner. Of course yes I am. I don't know what you could possibly want with me. I've done nothing. I'm here alone playing with my toy. Trains it's my hobby. I'm a very dull conversation alone on that screen swell. I've interrupted that girl them off before right. What's been happening in here? I would just say this is the guy that clip me down in front of the Golden Key club the other night when I was trying to get. He's the same fellow that's all. They can do to stop from doing that again. We're just trying to kill that all outcome vast. What makes you say that? What makes me say I heard a scream tonight? I came here and found being choked. Deny being choked just a minute Gracie Gracie. Es why are you being joked just now? You really weren't being joked where you gracie died where you Gracie I guess not tell me. She wasn't screaming. Oh yes she was but I wonder why. Why were you screaming? Grayson? Did you see a mouth. That's it you saw mouse in here. Didn't you buy yes? I thought you see that I see all right. I see that you convinced her that she saw mouse. And you'll convinced me that I smell one long bands on whole rotating talk high. Da and thanks for interrupting called it a little while ago and told me that he just a pretty smooth article named David Wagner whose he was that he was smooth. He played with Electric Trains. And that he is vital man and his golden key murder case thing whereas now he went back to the golden key club but he wants to stay away and that includes me to. He said he's phone here. And a half an hour with some very special instructions with you. That is if they concern. Sure thing and the concern. Your Ride Vance sounded as if he knew something new something Ellen. That's all I want to know. Well I've opened up again as you can see has kept many of your customers away. Mr. Mainly that's right. I've spent the last half hour walking around and watching the play very interesting. Detriot game cash. And how'd you make out? I won four dollars. Just remind me to find a deal. He's probably so remorsefully acquit. Where's your doorman in my office? Why not at all events? I have an idea that if I can get proof that your friend David Wagner had this place it held up I'll also be able to convict him of the murder of a man in my office. Really yes in Heaven. All right Joel. This is final advance. Joe Doorman you asked about Vance. Oh yes I remember him. I want you Joe. I live if you can call it that. Thank you Mr Mealy. I want from you list of people who have received golden keys from you. All right we keep files records. Good from you Joe. I want to know what happened the night those hold up. I tell you this place is awesome. One one moment please. Mrs. I'm sure everything can be straightened out satisfactorily. Would you wait just a moment? This demanding wanted back. Excuse I'm sorry I've caused that We have no crooked game on the contrary Mr Mealy. I don't know that at old woman is perfectly right. Your are crooked. I noticed that myself. I can't worry about it right now. I'm much more concerned with a murder case. Which is just begging to be closed down on April Eighteenth Nineteen Fifty Filo Vance here on Classic Radio Theatre. Hey Son you WANNA go throw the ball around. No thanks dad when I grow up. I'M GONNA be a snappy. Not An athlete okay. How do you snack leads? Bond with their father go to quit trip and get snack like cliff. Bars are power age or warm bar. It sounds like you're making this up so I'll buy you a snack. Oh Mom Dutch crushing my dreams again. Don't crush child streams. Don't worry dad. We can throw the cliff bars around when it's time to refuel. It's time for US Michael. Qt More than gestation. 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Gave me the number himself gave you my number and told you to call me secretary remember. I told you that's something you want you to do for him. And what makes him think? I'm going to do something for him. I figured you'd say that. Oh he yes he did. He said to me Ellen. If Mr wants to know what I think he'll do as I ask. Just ask him one of the thing. And what's that Vance had to ask Don't you think you better take? This is at least I think it is the answer to the golden key mystery. That's right when we get where we're going. I'll give you the answer and the proof. Where are we going to a parking space near that bridge? We're going to watch a meeting. Doing whom David Wagner and L. Maili. One of whom is guilty. That's right but it's proof that I want Ho by the way. Did I ever explained what happened with that? Blonde singer and Wagner's apartment. How you interrupted her being choke. Yes not completely. I'll tell you now why she was being choked. Billy David Wagner's little helper. Took that your upon himself when my screen decided she wanted to tell you that her little speech in your office wasn't exactly actual when she said she'd been threatened yes than Wagner did send him then he just a minute now mark over there and that other car that stopped see those to win wagner mainly yes let's go markham in the robbery at the golden key club a lot of jewels taken. You were good enough to show me. The list published in the newspapers it was. I know that whoever plotted that robbery behind the other murders. I know that whoever plotted that robbery realized the benefits the money and jewels one of those men in that car has part say so I also say this case is about over L. O. Wagner that fancy meeting you there you brought the district attorney for company. Yes advanced democracy. Hello I understand one of you. Two gentlemen has some jewelry. It doesn't belong to you. Is that right older. All Right Wagner handed over. Come on okay if you say so. So it's Wagner. We want a vance. Thank you for this lovely necklace. Mr Wagner Walk Recognizing Markham from its description. It's part of the loot taken in the golden key club hold up and David Wagner here had is that means only one thing to me that he's responsible for the hold up in the two motors. It shouldn't mean that at all Malcolm what it should mean. Is that the gentleman next to him out. Mealy is the man responsible. Is the man for you to arrest for robbery and murder well. It's time for me to tell you this complete story. Wise out expansive enough. So do I sound attentive? Definitely goes first of all we had the murder in my office the murder of Joseph Prescott. I'll clear that up now. Requests donation will get you nowhere. Yes I know. Prescott had two golden keys. Markham alleys records show issue to to him. Well I get mailed me one key then came to my office with his other one in his hand to prove to me that he had sent me the first one reasonable enough almaliach killed him in your office. Yes why secretary was in the hall. Somewhere Prescott waited in my office mainly had followed in the air and killed him. Why because merely golden key club was crooked gambling. Place bets had been cheated and he wanted me to do something about it. Well that ends. The Prescott isn't now. Let's get our second murder. I let's get David Wagner Wagner. Wanted Golden key club put out of business. He thought he would investigate. He said vet gray sprain girl to you with a manufactured story about being threatened when I investigated and so it was a gambling place. I closed the idea. Yes in the event that plan failed Wagner intended to hold up the place but mainly held up his own club. We know that now. But how did you not? I had ellen called David Wagner and enlist his help. He called mainly and arranged the meeting. Which you and I are updated. Uc Wagner told mainly that he knew Maley had held up his own club and Wagner city one of the diamond necklace reward for keeping quiet exactly. That's how wagner happens to have the necklace when we came along but don't you see Markham. The mere fact that had the necklace part of the loot taken in the hold of of his club ruled he was responsible for the whole level of cause. What put you on the track of male events? A lot of things one. He was running a crooked gambling club to it would have been almost impossible for any stick up into get into that club without keys. Three wasn't sure at all or I wouldn't have had to have wagner arranged a meeting with mealy well and honestly spoken pence. It was an inside job. All right with alley right in the middle of that inside yes Markham. He's in the middle. 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It theories mysterious accidents placed the party in grave. Danger a wireless equipment has been disabled that they cannot send out a call for help. They stand beside the room. Sending up signal rockets into the starlit sky a member of the crew comes longer with the report that the supply of fresh water is running low. They have only enough to last one more day. The president opened a few minutes later. do the magician Hap- you'd better go a little slow these rockets Bob. We have many more. You know G haven't we? There was a whole lot of them in that box. This when Bob. Yeah no it's empty. Oh well maybe we better not end up anymore until we see what happens. Isn't that a life remedy opting close to the ocean. You're right it's a ship. It must have seen the rockets frank who isn't perfectly thrilling. It's really just like something out of a book. Isn't it like being carried away on a desert island? I mean. Of course I don't mean it's like a desert island I mean I think it's wonderful for them to see our signals and everything too soon? Endre I heard what that fellow said to you. Who Bobby spoke Andrei and Uncle Frank? A little while ago. He said we only had enough freshwater for one more day in the uncle. Frank yes he did Bob but we hardly thought it necessary while your mother about. Gee I'm sorry uncle thank. It's all right anyway because there's no that's right. Let's end up all the rest of these rockets at once. You better take this one. I'll take this one mother. Why don't you spend on up? We haven't done one yet. Not I- Naji. Would you like a light one? Yes dorothy bald. You Must Jimmy how to hold Iraq it also you look. I like mine I you watch now. Look you light it right here now. You Do Yours. Ninety here like this now all of this way one for me. Give me a match where you about the very last rocket we have boy. That was pretty close. Wasn't that he was indeed Bob Chandu. I wonder where does she take us with you? Andrea what is it bank Andhra? It seems to me that Shit is coming. No closer no. You're right they haven't seen our signals after all wooden. Geno I do that. Shoot up our last three rockets without waiting to see whether they'd noticed not. Don't blame yourself of that Bob. It was my fault. I can't see yet how they see us. There are disappearing but we need to give up hope yet needs to be frank. The no reason why another ship might not come along tomorrow across my. That's right mother. An onerous that we weren't far out of of what is it you call them under the steamer lanes. No you're right Miss Betty. There's every chance someone will see us tomorrow. We haven't drifted far. I was talking to captain about it this afternoon. We'd better put ourselves in the crew on rations of water rounder. Yes perhaps we had. I'll go balon speak to the captain about it now. I will go with you endre as far as my captain. I. I would like to get a clue all of me. Go Down and get it for you. I'll go no thank you. I will go myself on Reagan. We have the music play. I don't WanNa feel as they were just sitting around waiting for the ship to zinc right under our feet into play anything. I- John You moments and I will love me long at a school through here down this way. I'm sorry Bob was so in cautious to alarm you and Mrs Region about the Water Supplier Highness. These better too. No I think Ondra except that a ship probably come along tomorrow and pick us up and you might have been spared. The anxiety is not a stranger to me on as perhaps you know. Use my cabin. Perhaps you knew I made an excuse to the others to speak to you alone. Will you come in for one moment? When you have spoken of the water to the captain I can come in now. You like. He understands about the shortage of water and a few minutes. More or make no difference what you want to speak to me about. Wait please and we are inside. Did Not no. I had forgotten to switch off the lights when I wind up on the day. I am growing careless. We'll use it here. Thank you how Pale you are. What is it? That's troubling you. I must tell someone and you are the only one who can help me. I I don't understand I will ask one question. Endre what we occur if there is not a sheep. You mean if no one sees well of course it's no good thinking of that your highness because Because suddenly ship will scientists and we will be taken off. You ought to me on what will occur tomorrow. No sheepish team. We will have no water. Oh it can probably make the water. Supply lost another day or so by cutting down on the quantity we use but eat by that time. There is no she. What is it? You're hinting at Your Highness? I am trying to discover whether there is anything we may do. I cannot permit that the children to suffer. You cannot permit them to suffer. Won't you told me what you really mean these? These guys need Ondra. Seems I am forced to tell you have heard of the wisdom of Chum do yes of course. I think by the use of these secrets of the east. It might be possible for him to to you. Mean he could summon help some occult me and I think he can. Oh you mean you hesitate to ask him to do this for us. I speak to him about it myself. If you like. Oh No it is not that no. It is only debt. Oh Endre do you not see? I cannot go do what they've helped comes any dealership would take us to Sue Highness. I don't pretend to understand. Perhaps you'd rather not speak of it to me. But what possible harm could come to you and landing Suba. It won't be more than a few days at the most before the lineup from Australia. New Zealand. 'cause they're undertake you all that to. California. I must not go Dan. Well he's the one please the world had. I dare not go. Even if he's actually had not occurred to the yacht. I had intended to take you to turn back. Chandu promised he would speak up do well. He probably didn't have an opportunity before we had this trouble with the propeller shaft and now of course it's too late even if I could disregard the cable grandma received. There's no could help you. Not I'm sorry truly I am Your Highness. You don't know how distressed I am. Shall I call his region? No no take you to call her. Hey We'd be by itself in a moment we do not have they think you will find them in the carved box under the lamp on the table. Thank you won't you have one. No thank you. I do not smoke. It is perhaps strange. I do not but I always bring with me cigarettes from Egypt. My friends enjoy them. Even if I do not yes. I smoked them occasionally. Even when I'm at home. Are you feeling better now? Shall we go back on day and not I know now I must tell you what it is I fear and when you have heard it happens you will I know you will? It is impossible. Have you ever had had near SUV? You these mysterious caverns in reach in which strange peak in the right taught him why no and even if they oh wash of these things to do with you. Is this really what you fear or you have not heard it all. You D say that in these please leave you people who are all that remain of the Marines in the cavern on the island of Fiji Highness. You've thought about this until you're overwrought. How could it be possible? I knew you would not believe me but I made you to think seriously of this I did you. I know what if it should be. So why are you so concerned about it? I cannot tell you all I see your highness let me go up on deck and get Mr Chandra until him. This amazing story. Do you think I don't take it seriously? Just because I know nothing of it Minster Charl- No let me call him and put your mind at rest useless. I might have known it would be. I will say no more. I am to meet my feet. Or what fate or. Let us not speak of it again. Look you have not even lighted used to get. I am a very bad hostess. He had on that. Oh thank you why. These amber cigarettes. I haven't smoked one for some time. I hope you will enjoy on. You will not speak to undo what I have said to you. Why certainly not if you prefer well I make of you not to speak of it. I'm Andrea I look. We saw in the crystal at day at home the lamp and the table and box. Oh I knew it. I told you so that day I felt it. There's death in this room Sean do the magician. Had quite a little run it aired in the nineteen thirties with the revival in the forties and fifties and The show actually spawned a motion picture of the same name. Sean do the magician. And that started Edmund lowest-ranked Chandler and Bela Lugosi as rock sore the villain and There you go. And Supposedly Sean do was the inspiration for doctor strange in the Marvel universe. Sean do the magician on Classic Radio Theatre from April Eighteenth. Nineteen thirty three visiting our web page. 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And who could ask for a better host than a clown? We left the midway crowd. The lights and the Bering Goliath and the growl of jungle beasts scanned dressing and the crown humbly called risk sprint. Nola Nola how do you in there? What is it? I want to see you go away but I have a surprise for you. Know a wonderful surprise. A present perhaps canvas flap snap back and she stepped into yellow lambs. No Harris Black of import out of an ink bottle body sinuous graceful cats and she was like a cat under ice grey is fled strangely and she looked at me. So this is your wonderful supplies Antonio Nola this is Harry Lime my friend. I'm always happy to meet a friend way. She said it's the way she was looking at me. It seemed like we were all alone. Just Nolan me. I know what kind of female I also knew that. Tony was into a bad time. Funny thing he knew it to told me about it a little later while he was putting his clown maker so you'll she recited for me. I don't feel one way or the other about anyone. Fancy no of ESL. Pure trump will remain calm and you liked to be kicked in the teeth. Look at me and my friend. What is it about me. A woman is eighteen about known to allow my answer. Desire to love your forgetting some time all clown suffer heuer's into smiling face to hide really. Oh man try. Knowledge like a fever blood disease. She's not good for me but I have spent. The pain of loving here is better than the ecstasy of any other women. I agree with you on any never never would have made a good confidence man. You think the clown white has gone deeper than I face that my thinking has become as theatrical is my profession perhaps perhaps the show is about to begin with a are not funny man and no one told you to come and dance oppose the strings and laugh Brown lab foolish move. Read Big Circus but it looks like the greatest honors to folks and Laugh Trustees. Four thousand gas then came you love your host. I I I can't and he did going into the main animal cage. Tonypandy nine does bravery Crowley practice whippy strategy. He proved himself at least he was afraid of nothing on for a smaller cage was rolled in an open on the main cage and another black. Humor Sprang inside. Tony Chris. My friend was terrifying. Then he saw fuel Moses frightened as E. and they make friends wall Straw vacates together as the audience screaming that Tony's downing touched with genius performance. It was all cluster pod break in fear of the world and conquering his fear in the shape of the fuel nape with a happy ending story and everybody went home after everybody. But I still am onto the show waiting Miller. She ran up from the main ten still carrying around with Nola Nola but I must talk with Crowell and quick as pumas claw cut across his face. I see a livid wheel rising under his clown white. Tony took it took it silently just looked after no lowest big guys and he saw me. Thanks this show. It was twelve but The rest of the nights on me now. Let's do Tommy. Nothing like man you you will excuse me tonight and tomorrow come to the hotel. Tomorrow I went back to my monastics. So do some thinking I say sale. Call it that because the Hotel San Domenico Tommy wasn't the Sixteenth Century Monastery and now in the twentieth century has a very on monk like character who walked at sacred tiles founded on human passion. And then I have no reason not to answer the door yeah low. She was small very young. Very do we you know the moonlight for hair and sties for is sort of thing you Mr. I am to raise enchanting. You would invite me in. I would speak with you. I don't know I can't imagine north satisfactory conversation. I will sit here if you lie is already found intriguing but Do you happen to know my name. They do make things easy. I don't think it's important. I just denied that the hotel awhile ago. I am staying here alone. Oh yes you do know Antonio Vega slide. Doggy are another one of these girls. That he's only girl on her daughter. The manager told me that Papa was here this afternoon. He said you wait on trend. Is that so funny you know? Don't start that again. I came to you Mr Line because I couldn't find you wrote to me. He was going to be here. He's a traveling in school. Close vacation instead of staying there as usual. I had jammed here. And Surprise Papa Papa and me he told you about me yes yes he of course then you know where he is. I can go to well As it so happens. Your father's coming. The hotel tomorrow idea. Why don't you wait for him here and really surprised wonderful idea? I guess you know Harry Lime returns in just a moment. April Eighteenth Nineteen fifty two Orson Welles in the lives of Harry Lime on Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It cost too much or for whatever reason they don't like it but great news. You're not stuck with it. 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I'm sure I would if I had such a daughter Phil Wonderful Review again. You should have stayed at the school. Not Glad to see me. Of course. Of course my daily work you know. So little time that is why always visited. You'll instead of you coming to see me new one minute of the day. Pick Papa to be needing a heart tone as you have me in tears. What happened to you pull? It was an accident. That is another reason why you must not stay. It is impossible. You understand the situation. I shouldn't have to do to be with. It is impossible. You will go back to school like a good guy. Yes or to relatives in acres. No today's just who won that round on. Can I do my friends? I'll tell you the truth and bring her shame that as thinks of me as a businessman dignified audible. What would she say? Her father told her that he was a cloud of Kelly. Something that was an honest man. That isn't true. And what do you do? Pick the pockets of the clowns. I smuggled him out again. Slammed was what had a today's. How could I support such a fine fashion? Good close private schools from the earnings of a clown one-ring sex thought about it much didn't even know who you're kidding existed just one of many things. I haven't talked to my old friend forgiven. But the The emeralds I've been very successful in the smuggling grade but very careful over the years. I've saved a small fortune and I want to ask you a favor for the fortune. Anything over to the fortune. It's Today's when she reaches twenty one if anything should happen to me before see that she gets it. Why be so more teams out lately? You Know Harry with my life with no laugh. I think my luck's changed. Well how do you know? I won't keep the fortune for myself this way. I know you weren't informed on me to police. You figure this parts to call the kettle black that one way of come to discuss Dimona night. Hannity show you my savings and today's I will of something better heartbreak a little now to learn the truth about me and then Maye tomorrow night. Only I didn't like the way things were going. Not That Harry. Lyons was demanding. Exact location demands fortune. But this particular. Election Melo's tally. Too many strings attached now ever decided let tomorrow take care of itself. I was deep in the marshes. Yes what the devil you mean waking up in the middle of the night panelist on Lima airline With calling this is senior born Jacqueline Story of Tony Department of Public Safety Police and it is not midnight. Mister live at nine o'clock in the morning. So that's a matter of opinion. Sir as coming to my office within the House. Nothing of the sort Borja as I told you you wouldn't be coming for you already under civilians while I'll do the great favor Chris. Story Borja generosity is exceeded only your wisdom wisdom of the hour. I never argue the policemen over the telephone beyond a certain point when he bears the name of Borgia. Well until I mean Do what the Tom Maniacs do. I visited the Chris Dora. I found him a small alert man all spit and Polish. He I'd made like a hungry. Robin views of fat. Would down downs in your line. One friend of Antonio Vega's must have many friends such thing many at one time this big within your probation. A Confidence Matt Krohn is a good clown and this marked one he's buffoon makeup hides more than the prevail. Bill broken heart doesn't it doesn't Vegas heads. A smuggling ring emeralds. Are you trying to tell me you know nothing about the traffic? I've never dabbled in emeralds. Borja Oh man that too hot for my blood. You refuse to admit that you're adding partnership with us. If fought you said is true. I wish I do not try to warn. Your friend will never leave town in their worst places to live with the marlins morning. That'd be not go now. You gots my still under surveillance. Yes why my holiday mood? That's all hope you're bloodhounds broad-minded. Good morning only. Who did I always get into these things here? I was about to Tony Favor. No providence for me. I went to his dressing room that night and he showed me as fortunate. All tucked away under false bottom of costume trump and all at American bills high-denomination fidgety. Lying is doing nothing now. Did you know where the money is hidden and replaced about the only way I still say this I? It's not my kind of kind of Cape us in the nest egg the relatives in Naples. I don't ask them. You know how it is with good southern wealth may change their niches completely whereas you say no more. Oh man and here is something hidden in this bladder. I used for one of my props. Perfectly cut. As big as Robin's eggs the Prequel to the movie the third man the lives of Harry Lime which actually came out after the third man. 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You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station now. The conclusion of the lives of Harry Lime Third Man April Eighteenth nineteen fifty two the painted smile. Ideally nothing but the finest merchandised defense fans legiti best. I find him to be best. Tony you know one of the few men I've ever underestimated. Who would suspect the clown? Yes but I'm one you don't see that there are some She must have followed me. You yes that is you have found me and now you know what your father really is is the best own wonderful. Did you think would look down on you because you clown in a circus? He's much finer tabling salesman. You would angry because I found out. Why should it be? What can I do he just give her a past the show? I'll take charge of thank. You thank you what can I do? Am I intruding Nola? We're no end deductions. Took Therese out of there soon as possible but before left I caught and all his eyes on the emerald in narrowed like a cat's The lady newer way around jams as well as men and that bothered me the climate of so I mean ed. Suddenly become very unhealthy. Quit the place that night. If Gorges bloodhounds hadn't been guarding every point of going into that. Animal Cage Mr. Live these pretending catherine like Nola London these funniest routine beginning giving the greatest profound because he fumigators up in main cage and the door opening. Okay but no costume lodge and live. And this cat sprang into Tony's gauge lashing its tail and blinky lights and that moment before sprang at my old friend. I saw knowle's face launching from attendants her eyes wide lips drawn back in animals. Hand stretch before like claws since you were about to. Attack is over very quickly. Once I was glad to see the beliefs appeal was shot and killed. Nala was apprehended. What was left of Antonio Vegas was taken to the hospital tent so I said he found a way out of Tommy and the hard way old guy was. It was no accident like this God on your cheek. She did it did. I did nothing. It was an accident. Somebody's which the cages. What do you mean well Chrysler Dodge? I think I can prove differently. It was using own. Tony Vegas my friends Seniora. You cannot stand that word friend. I should I li- I saw you. Switch the cages deliberate. I know why you did. And because of jealousy jealous of that pancake. Thank you. I think somebody before me once going to doubt that women are very curious creatures. You take low low. For instance. Lola was quite prepared to murdered. The man loved just out of a fit of jealousy. Some women of course indulgent more refined and less dangerous for vengeance. They arrange matters for the men they love so that life just seems like this. 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Or Johnny Dollar Straighter doctorship. It's Office Dr Sheppard Game Your Hotel number. He said you were to come in for a head. X-ray let me talk to the doctor about them. He's out on house. Calls right now is dollar. He'll be back like this afternoon. He's very concerned. We ought to be a friend of his bang on the head with a gun this morning. That's why the X ray possibly come in and have it made Dr. Most insistent mistreat her. I'll be right over. And every Weekday Night Bob Bailey into transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed. Expense Account America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator. Yours truly johnny dollar who expense accounts of it by special investigator Johnny Dollar Tool Richard Porter for eighty webster boulevard. Providence Rhode Island. The following is an accounting of expenditure is during my investigation of the shepherd matter expensive item for one dollar cab fare from my hotel to Richard Puertas office. Puerta was sympathetic. You know I feel very responsible for this Mr Dallaire. I hired you to look into all right. Don't away I've been hit on the head before eighty you have anything to drink in here. Oh sure sure you never can tell WanNa snake will come up and bite you. Yeah here I'm suppose you came in to give me your expense sheet now that it's all settled. It isn't settled for me. Certainly in a while assume any medical expenses involved here talking about that Mr Porter Sonam look. There's something going on here and we might as well have it out. You hired me to investigate. A client wanted to buy eighty thousand dollars worth of street life insurance right now that client explained why he called for that insurance not to my satisfaction but he explained it he said of any poll. Forbes had threatened his life threatened it because Dr Sheppard had advised Forbes wife to get a divorce. I know you didn't believe this but the facts now seem to bear it over to see Forbes this morning to talk to him about his threats I managed to get my name out in Forbes attack me so I got this then Forbes ran out Mrs Forbes served in the House gave me first aid all the time they were doing it. They were apologizing for Forbes and his violence. Finally Dr Sheppard came in call. The police told them to pick up four and the police will pick him up. If they haven't already Dr Sheppard or preferred charge Ned. That won't be that Mr Porter. Not As far as I'm concerned Dr Sheppard story is still leaky. I'm sorry but I think it s more credence than ever in view of what's happened. You told me yourself. His wife and the servant admitted Forbes threatened Dr Shepherds Lane. I believe that parts but shepherd lies so much. You can get to believing what lies for heaven's sake for one thing is reason for not calling the police right away. I mean about how delicate Mrs Forbes condition was. She looked pretty healthy to me this morning. Another thing he described Forbes as a man with homicidal tendencies and act shepherd supposed to be an expert on behavior and he thought that if I talked to Forbes I might settle the matter peaceably but Forbes attack me as soon as I told him my name. I didn't get a chance to talk. Dr Sheppard has no control felt pretty sure I could talk to Forbes. Let me go on. What reason did Forbes have to hit me? He didn't know me from a load of coal. Somebody put him up to it. Ooh What do you think shepherd for? Some reason shepherd was the only one who knew I was going right over there. Why would he gain my business for an extra joking? I suppose I am but I got a headache I feel here. How about Mrs Forms? Oh she seemed like a genuine person not sick the way I expected it to be. Someone slugged her. Recently there was a bruise under one. I shepherd said. Her husband was an erratic ruthless violent. Man Well Look. I'm stubborn Mr Puerta. I still think Shepard's been lying to me if for no other reason than I think. I know the breathe. What's all this got to do with the insurance application another thing? I don't know expense account item. Five three dollars. Burn the Doctor Shepherds One story building to have my head expert. Shepherd was still out but mistreated did the honours almost in silence outside of sit still and hold. Nothing is okay. Mr Dahl looked at it. I didn't see anything wrong. Of course the doctor will call you. When he's had a chance to see it must have got quite a blow. That's a nasty bruise. You have pretty good all right. He swung gone hard. Doctor will be back about mid-afternoon. He can call you at your hotel. Thank you for coming in. I want to ask you a question street here. Yes are you in love with him? Are you in love with Dr Chevron what that's rather my own business unless of course in your investigation of whatever you are investigating some reason. I'm under your scrutiny. Suppose it is. I suppose I can take that to say yes. I become angry with you MR dollar but frankly you seem rather ridiculous I suppose. He's a liar isn't he? I MEAN SHEPHERD ONE MORE QUESTION. I told you on the phone. A friend of Dr Shepherds did this to my head now. Did you ever ask me who the friend was? Why think you'd be curious about a thing like that mistreated I? I have a great deal of WORK TO DO MR dollar expense account. Six another three bucks more kipper. This time back to my hotel where I picked up my rented car filled with gasoline item. Seven five dollars and thirty cents and drove out to pawtucket at the home of us has Clara Shepherd. I explained my name and business to an elderly man who answered the door. He asked me to wait a moment. Then return and said Mrs Shepherd would see me. He was a bright looking gray haired woman in her mid sixties elegantly groomed. And obviously well kit. We went through. The politeness is then got down to business. My son applied for eighty thousand dollars worth of life insurance name me beneficiary. That's about it and wonder what he's up to so the way you mean so do i. You don't trust anyone. Do you. Missed it out. He said his life had been threatened. He told me he wanted to make certain. You'll well taken care of in case anything happened to was lying. I mean I haven't seen him top till him even had Christmas card from him three years. Maybe he does worry about his poor mother. Now and then I'm planning on what you're saying about him as a very flattering. I think Charles ever thought much of me isn't mother still dachshund. I'm sorry to admit but then I don't think too much of him as his son so there we are. Is it too early for a cocktail style? How do you explain him already? Having a twenty thousand dollar policy on himself wanting to kick it up to one hundred you the beneficiary explanation. It's why I suggested cocktail to my friends here. Charles is a successful doctor in Providence. To calls me faithfully every day. Send me gifts. It's always assured that I am well and happy and occupied in my old age. I guess I like you wasted our perhaps because with all your greatness you might be nice to your mother no Charlestonian Close. Never have been. I can tell you this. I don't need closeness at least not in financial way if jars were to die and I received one hundred thousand dollars. It would mean a rather difficult topics problem if he were to die of me died two. I'd like you to have just one Mattino and you may go over. Tall stately woman struggle against tears who was an old struggle with her increasingly difficult. I guess is the is kept on. We talk no more of a son or the insurance or the threat on his life. I left there about four o'clock in the afternoon. I drove back over to providence and got the doctor Shepherds Office about a quarter to six broad-shouldered man and a tweet suit was in the reception room. He got to his feet. When I walked in shepherd was thinking the same. Wait a minute. Yeah your name is Dollar your insurance investigator your beliefs. Oh I didn't know you were down here. Hey you must be the one. Is Dr Shepherd called downtown about a threaten his life instead? An insurance investigator been slugged. Trying to help them out of it. And that's right where is he? I don't know that Buzzer. There's no around at all. There's all about a man named Paul Forbes threaten the doctor's life he slugged me. You got to pick up on him yet not yet down all day long but not on house calls emergencies everything else. We have to get his signature on a complaint. That was all taken care of well. Hello this is Phil Crosby from the Police Department to Shepherd. This is anything the matter. Just WANNA see him. Goodness he was here. Ten minutes ago sent me over to the pharmacy to pick up these things. Oh we had an emergency twelve. Thirteen Putnam Street note from him. Yes Massey please. No name on this. Mr Recognize the address at all. I don't doctor wouldn't take a random emergency unless it were very unusual. Might be unusual. This is done by the water about off. Do you think Forbes mad had a gun plenty rough. I wrote down on the police car with Phil Crosby. I had a feeling about the acuteness of that. Emergency was a matter of fact. I had a feeling of the accused of everything that had happened. That day. From the time a half crazed man. It's like me with a gun feeling was heavier than ever when we hit the neighborhood. Come on all right well. Thirteen Putnam Street. That have to be that vacant lot over there. This is twelve forty year. The rest belongs to the warehouse currently in the plates. Yeah that's Dr Shepherds Gar. What is still warm? Must be around here somewhere looking for the address. It's a dead end there. I better call into some help. Clogs coming in apiece wandering around. Yeah Phil Crosby. Went off to find a telephone request. Help I stood by Dr Shepherds car waiting and listening only on crowds out guns off then. Presby drove up in the police. Reports report was in all right. We drove two blocks down the street. Where a small curious crowd of people already given the chillers for a uniform man from the harbour division was standing what appeared to be a bundle of clothes lying in a heap. We've been over it and Phil looked up at me with a question. Mark that Sheppard joining him. I'd say he's been dead less than half an hour. Here's our star to tell you about tomorrow's intriguing episode this week story tomorrow. Aligarh still lying even though he did join us once. You and I'll tell you all about yours truly Johnny Dollar Yours. Truly Johnny Dollar starring Bob Vela's transcribed in Hollywood written by John Dawson. It is produced and directed by Jack. Johnstone be sure to join us tomorrow night. Same time and station the next exciting episode of yours. 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We were at a massive live and persons me and you know five six hundred of my closest friend. No I'm just kidding actually didn't know most of those. I I didn't know most of the around here but it was refreshing word. Be in a crowd. I don't think I've been in a crowd that large since I left Seattle and that was like probably some concert. I was at her. Somebody you know a friend of mine bands show or something like that and this was my estimate at least for probably four hundred people at one moment somebody else counted at least three hundred and twenty so somewhere in the several hundred range because again you can only count at one moment. There's people were there early. There's people who come there later so over the whole time. I'm going to guess there were at least five hundred people that that probably came through this event. It was in my history of attending events at the State House. Probably the largest one I've ever attended I spoke with. I spoke with Carla Garrick. Who is a former free state project president? She says she's been to a couple of like gun rights ones at the State House. That have rivaled this or possibly exceeded this but this was a big big event today in Concord New Hampshire out in front of the State House and the police didn't even so much as drive by. We saw one as we were going to park. And then that was the last one we saw the entire day and I don't think that in fact in New Hampshire that it's illegal to have this gathering is a violation of the governor's order to unnecessarily. Leave your home and not to gather more than a group of ten right. So I'm curious about these groups of ten orders. So in many cases they'll say you may not be within six feet of people right and then another one of the orders. You're supposed to so-called social distance. Now are you in a group? If y'all are six feet from everybody else. Well I guess that would be up to the judge to decide. But that's a good question. Well I mean you know well a law that has no provision in it. That isn't specific as useless. Let's not really a law. It's an executive order. Capriciously handed down by somebody who's declared themselves to be. Your ruler is useless without real. I submit that having a ruler is useless unconstitutional. Certainly agree with you more if you if you agree with the idea of the constitution and the rights that they supposedly protect then. The governor's orders are unconstitutional because if assembly is a human right which is what my sign said today on one side. The other side was free. Hugs but as a country that The right to peacefully symbol. Congress shall make no law to re- to and infringe or something to that effect But Congress didn't make the law it was written by His Excellency. Really hate that about him. No seriously it says I just WanNa flip them off. Every time I hear yeah if you actually open And read one of these orders instead of just going by what the media says about them officially look at the order it actually says by order of His Excellency insured US Chris Sununu now. I've looked at a couple of other governors orders. And they don't say that they don't so I don't know how many governors are referred to as His Excellency. Put it in all of them so I thirteen so it was. It was a good event and as I pointed out in my brief story that I wrote up rather rather than take a nap when When I got home I decided I you know what I need to write a story about this for free keen posted a picture up there on the blog. And you were on it as I pointed out you now. It's been a tough several weeks for people who love freedom. It's yeah been hard well even for people who are mentally slaves. It's hard of them are losing their jobs and things like that but but at least they can tell themselves. They're doing something for the country or whatever and losing their minds and their relationships remain locked in with their spouse and they're doing something for their country house so it's okay aren't isn't that what the people who are going out and doing the event to see it that way. Yeah there's some flag-wavers there are some trumpers. Were there the fairmount trumpeters? Were at this thing because like Hel. Hello trump even though when he started addressing this issue weeks ago he was critical verbally. Yeah he's completely fallen in line with the medical authoritarian state. And he's you know doing whatever it is. He's told by his handlers. Or whoever you know so. He's not doing anything to stop the rise of authoritarianism. He's behind it but yet people are out there waving his signs like he cared about freedom or something like that so it wasn't a total like secessionist crowd or anything like that but I did hand out about sixty secessionist flyers to people so I got the message out about that. So there are those that would say that going outside. You're taking the chance of killing someone. It may bill you sick but you may be become a spreader there And that Doing that every day that you live. I think it's the truth right when it comes to disease when it comes to enough you know anything. Flu Lie Great You are taking the chance everyday no matter what time of year right. There's always something going around. There's some illness going around. I'm sorry I'm going to have a discount. Everything you've said at this point use said flu trump said flu and I don't like trump. So that's it. I cannot listen to another word. You've said you've compared a virus to another virus that I have completely lost my mind about one guy who lives at the White House and I get listen anymore. Yeah the fact is that if the corona virus is four times as deadly as the flu virus as we're told by the way that's the average flu virus there are more deadly and less deadly strains of the flue the come out over time. So you know. Let's just we're just using the number four that. I've been told up to this point because a musician I can counter for this point when I hear a news report. That news report is fact cannot be disputed and if you disputed you hate paper and everything you want to hold a die fiery wreck right. So if the corona virus is four times as deadly as the flu then what that says is every time you went out before December January or February or whatever day you became concerned with the corona virus you were willing to kill unknown masses of people but a quarter of only a quarter of them that you're willing to kill if you go outside now right right so I mean the that is what you said and it is the truth is viruses existed before corona you. Some of those viruses were deadly. We knew it and now going outside. Maybe possibly four times as deadly. But that's still a decision. A free person gets to make an a tyrant with their tyrant is sitting at home and they're fluffy slippers and has been for some time wringing their hands about the next election or that tyrant is polishing their gun at the state capital. Whatever that tyrant is doing. You have no right to tell anyone whether they can open their business. It doesn't matter if you'RE DONALD TRUMP JOE BIDEN NANCY PELOSI or anyone of US sitting on the radio or his Excellency. You have no right to tell anyone whether they can go outside or not. You may suggest you may even cajole you can put out the point that there's you can point out the fact that there's that perhaps this virus likely. This virus is four times as deadly as the flu and more virulent more you can spread it more easily or whatever But if those things are the truth than what is staying home really going to do. How long are you willing to stay home? Are you willing to stay home for the next two years while we wait for the vaccine? Are you willing to stay home until we get some test out? And I don't even know how these tests work. I mean I am not clear on these tests. Exactly what is your point? Ladies and gentlemen because I really WanNa know I wanna hear from some of these people that want to stay home. I'm sick and tired of being home. I WanNa go to some of the restaurants I want to go to. I want to go to a movie. I want to do some things that I can't do. Don't worry there's good news beer with the captive badly and you're welcome to join the governors. Have a plan. They're gonNA let people go back to business. They're going to reopen. Texas is going to reopen. I don't know if you heard about this. We can talk about their plan. Martin Ladies and gentlemen when is right for you I wanNA know eight fifty five four fifty? Three is the toll free number. If you got an answer to mark's question that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three and we have more coming up. You can join us on the radio. It's free talk live. Bitcoin DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. Like pay pal then. Mo Bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. 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I. v. The I. Project Dot. Org All right we can take your phone calls and thoughts. Mark wanted specifically to hear from people who were basically staying at home and afraid to To go out. What exactly was the question that you just want to know win win win. Are you going to decide win? It's okay to leave the house when the government tells them so. Well some some. We're going to say that Summer GonNa Win Authority. They need somebody who's got a medical hold on. I don't think they do well. They may may may need an authority but it isn't from the federal or state governments people who told him to go inside in the first place and they did. They were told so. Why wouldn't they go out when they're told to go out? I think they did it because there appear to be a bona fide threat And you know I think people are going out more and more now. I've been seeing evidence of that. The roads are New Hampshire by the way. I don't know if you're going to see the same results in Massachusetts. I was in Florida before this and got to see some things there too so I don't know if they had locked down when you were still in Florida had had they. I don't know has different stages of this. I can tell you on the west coast. I've still got a bunch of Seattle stuff in my feeds and I can tell you that there's still a whole bunch of you're an idiot if you go out if you guys I mean it is. It's a little overwhelmed warranty shaming years. They call warranty and shame attorneys ours. Yeah I liked it. Yeah there was one guy at the thing today in concord who he was a Jogger wearing obvious jogging outfit and that Kinda thing and he would jog through the crowd the sort of back and forth he'd leave for and then he'd come back and drug through the crowd again and when he did he would look at random people and go go home some of these that trip that right. Well let him do his thing. There were a few people who of course were hecklers. Right there's some folks driving by that weren't happy with the fact that we were there but there were a lot of voted in my car. You're out not in your car right. There were also a lot of people honking in their cars in support so there were a large number of people were just circling constantly. And I wish that one could go to a protest to allow people to peaceably assemble protests to claim that we should all be able to open our businesses. Should we wish we should all be able to conduct our lives as we want in the land of the free and the home of the brave without being considered a supporter of a particular political party well I mean there were a bunch of trumpers there that were making it obvious that they were trumpers so understand why somebody might consider them. Supporters of a political party. Sure and that's that if that's the difficulty of it all is that without teaming up with the trumpers who apparently want to want some some similar things. You really can't get your message out there. So that's kind of the Libertarians. Lot In life is to team up with whichever side to saying the things that they like to here. Yeah that's what. I'm always happy to work with anybody. Breeze with me on an issue we had a couple trump guys show up when we did our first. A WHAT ARE WE GONNA call this right to assemble event in Concord. Which was a couple of weeks ago when we did a much smaller one. It was only like fifteen people came out to the first one. But you know I like to. I like to think that maybe we laid the groundwork and show people that it could be done and so somebody else said. Let's try this again. And then they organized it and I would say four hundred people were out there today and there were a lot of people in their cars to. It's hard to really get a feel for how many people were in their cars. Keep seeing the same ones over and over but there was a large variety of them That were out there just kind of hanging around and school the way that things work socially as is that basically the politicians have to see the parade and then they'll jump out in front of it as opposed to the opposite right. That's true they see an opportunity there to get their game out a bunch of people and in this case it appears as though it's going to be the Republicans that want to get out in front of the parade which is fine by the Newton. Get Out in front of this parade. He is all the lockdown. He's the one. This is the governor of New Hampshire who ordered these lockdowns continues to order the lockdowns. Have one of these every single day. That has four hundred people. Five hundred people six hundred people show up and watch the tune change. Maybe I mean it's it's a lot to ask people to come to something every single day you who did not even come to the first one. Today you're calling for people who go out every single day. I mean you know you. Kinda gotta put your best foot forward in this particular. I wish to sample recalled that this was occurring in manners. And there's all kinds of device that you've been paying attention. You probably would if I really wanted to. Perhaps I would have written it down on the calendar exactly But there's going to be other opportunities. I I'm sure whoever it was it was behind. This event was empowered by this to schedule a follow up. I just don't know when they've scheduled it for. Of course. Four twenty event is coming up here in New Hampshire as it does every year on April twentieth at four twenty in the afternoon. So that's Monday so two days from now we're going to be back in Concord. Now you gotta work so you can't attend captain but you got a taste of what light today and it was. It was great. So if you WANNA comment You're welcome to join us here. There's actually an A. P. Story about this that they interviewed me which was which was nice. Even though again I wasn't organizing the event but I did send out a press release about it so that might have alerted a few media folks to the fact that it was happening the AP covering multiple events across the United States. Starting in Austin. We'll tell you a little bit about that coming up here. And if you want to weigh in whether you're for or against these events I am a huge fan of this especially the New Hampshire version. Because I heard that the Michigan one was all people in their cars right and they were just gridlock in the roads. I saw people on the steps. I don't think that's in town. Many doesn't arm to at least I saw some photos of that. Reportedly came from the Michigan pro. Okay I'm glad I'm glad to hear that. Some people got out of their cars. Let's land the plans that I read. Were like yeah you stay in your car circle around and honking horn and the whole idea. This is sort of acknowledged that the virus is a danger. But we want to go out and you know. Please reopen our state. It was more of like a begging kind of At least the message that I got from it was. We're just begging to be. Let out in New Hampshire. It was just people that were like screw you. You know. We're we're here. What are you GONNA do? I just WANNA see somebody with a small business that that has shut down because they've been told to just go ahead and open up. Well it happened in Pinellas County. According to wfl a business owner has been arrested after failing to failing to comply with the countries or counties order. According to the sheriff's Office Galen would who is thirty-six the owner of kitchen table games in Pinellas Park? Sounds like Like board games or adventure. Rpg Games or sound like that was issued warnings. Four times since April third for running the business. While the order was in effect deputies say would would become argumentative. 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I saw a lot of people I recognized and there were a bunch of people. Of course I didn't recognize because I don't know everybody. There was a great turnout. I was really surprise. Considering it was Kinda crappy weather I did have one guy. Call me in advance. He was actually coming out from New York to to come to this thing. What something like this happening in New York so you gotta go somewhere else. He was coming from New York and he said hey is still on and I said well I'm not the organizer but we're planning on going and apparently a lot of I mean I. It didn't seem like the weather stopped anybody from now thing. It was a tremendous turnout. I mean to to that point. This is New Hampshire in today was by no means the worst type of New Hampshire weather. You can encounters was close to freezing but yeah it was misty but not downpour whereas the rain content. So the so. I'm seeing mean going around today. That are showing. I don't the nineteen eighteen flu and supposedly people in Denver. I there were you know fifty four deaths and then you know the the Restrictions were taken off. And they're on the day that there were thirty deaths in one thousand nine hundred. Yeah and then. The deaths jumped up to seventy four more. Something and the suggestion is is that hey everything may be okay now. We may be beginning to feel like we've turned the corner here but as soon as you go outside we all die right. So that's the suggestion something like that and certainly we're dealing with a communicable disease here. You know one that appears to be four times as deadly as one we've lived with our entire lives which only means that it's four times as deadly like if I had cancer and I had a ninety a cancer that has a ninety nine percent survival rate. I probably wouldn't change my lifestyle at all and this also has a ninety nine percent survival technique of an idea apparently ninety nine point. Six is the number that we're supposed to believe that I don't have much higher. It has to get apparently ninety. Nine point nine was fine for living life. Ninety nine point six is unacceptable. So I don't know right now. The entire economy needs to be completely destroyed and rebuilt into some sort of crazy Some kind of crazy dystopia world where there's a pole that that was posted on our discord server by One of the folks in their nine percent of Britons apparently according to News Dot Sky Dot Com. What life to to normal once? The lockdown is over people have noticed significant changes including cleaner air more wildlife in stronger community. So they're like in this whole. Sit around and watch Netflix. Eight hours a day thing. Well it's great but it's just it's it's not supportable. There's just no way to continue to do this. Wealth the government feeds everybody then but the government cannot know they can feed everybody. You rely on someone to feed you. You are a domesticated animal do wanna be with domesticated animals in this country and countries around the world. Is We kill them? Whenever we're ready you then become. There's when you rely on it. I mean is that so people like they're domesticated animals. They pet them and they feed them or you're talking about the dogs and cats. We still kill them as often as they want. But Ladies and gentlemen are you is interesting as a dog or a cat. Because you're probably not as interesting as a pig cow or sheep pork beef and mutton. I know dogs. That are way more interesting than a lot of people. I tend to like them a bit more to and you know. Look look I'm a cynic. There's no doubt about it but I try to ask questions rather than sort of just being cynical and spouting cynical. I try to ask questions that people then have to answer for themselves. And if we're ridding willing to say that yes we WANNA stay inside or no. We want to go outside or whatever. There has to be a turning point for me. It's just been like I am so sick. This I never saw was sick of it as soon as it started. I never thought that the The governors are anybody really had the the moral rights. They I think they have the the legislative power. But I don't think the moral right to keep us all locked up. I mean educators. Certainly is it a good idea to go round and French? Kiss EVERYBODY. You meet right now. Well no that wasn't a possibility before and it's not a possibility now for so forget about it. I think we should do away with some things like handshaking. I think the idea of wearing glasses you kind of a bit of a Germaphobe. I mean you're not I wouldn't say your total Germaphobe. You don't see when I've known you like sanitized a shopping cart or anything like that. I do sanitize shopping cart. We don't go shopping together on. No I mean I take it back your German folk right at when I go to conventions somebody reaches out to shake my hand. I attempt to recall. Sometimes I fail. It is sometimes I just shake a hand right. I'm as you know as susceptible as anyone human I I try to recall the exchange hand sanitizer with this is what I'm trying to turn into the new noodles so lame to me. Well New Hanjani out as you call the last convention that you and I went to I said I tried to do my little trick there with the hand sanitizer. You said I'll shake your hand and I said the very good I have people for handshaking because not only am I sick and a bit of a Germaphobe. I'm also witty. There you go. I involve yourself well. I mean you know when you're on the radio and that kind of a thing. People have a certain perception about radio personality. So if you're yes. This is my person to handle that. There was plenty of shade. Learn his hands with people. There was plenty of hand shaking going on today. Gave a couple of free. Hugs out to folks who are more sanitary than handshakes. Because you're not touching their hand you take a second part of but not if you're one of these paranoid people who wants to say six feet at six feet away from others. They will find that to be is what they would consider that to be like attempted murder so First off you WANNA be farther than six feet. Because you're worried about spittle and I realized I'm not worried about any of the whatever I'm just making the point you're back to back with somebody more facing anything but face to face with somebody. Six feet is becomes largely irrelevant said but face. I don't know about that mark. They didn't wasn't there some sort of computerized model. That showed that even. If you're like an entire I'll away from somebody then grocery store of they cough it like makes it over the aisle or something like that. There's all kinds of that stuff going around and I don't well here's the question I have. Where the numbers of grocery store employees that have become ill right if the grocery store is a cesspool of aerosolize covert nineteen. They've got that solved now. Gog Store or any of these yet. They've been down. The conveyor belt does not stop the spread of covert. They've got plexiglass. Now that keeps everybody safe Okay I got. I got to say a thing here. I don't mean to interrupt you doing great job but so before coded. I had read some articles that talked about how often the average human hand touches a penis or vagina. Okay you know and Saudi wait your own hand touching someone else's Genita- how somebody like the hand off the average hand like so when you shake somebody's hand odds are are you Yeah or somebody else in. They shook their hand or whatever and so they drew the correlation to and so I I myself personally when I I would meet a person. I would just do the regular handshake and then if I met them again later on and they went to shake hands. 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That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We have the dischord call in line. Rooms over at discord dot L. R. N. Dot F. M. as around the United States. Some people have decided they've had it with being kept inside the they did what they were told for a little while and maybe they liked it. Maybe they didn't sounds like some of them didn't and they decided to come out of the house and hit the streets get out in front of State Capitol Buildings and hold protests and in Texas and you said New Jersey. Apparently captain kick ass Also right here in our very own New Hampshire hundreds of people were in front of the State Capitol here today which you and I were attending captain and actually several freetalklive co host. Vincent was there and nobody Was also there bunch of Liberty. Loving folks were out front and not everybody agrees on everything you know. There are a lot trumpers there and that makes me shake my head But not everybody has been able to see clearly what's really going on. They know that the governor in New Hampshire has locked people down and has destroyed the economy as destroyed business in their rightfully upset about that. So they are directing their anger in that direction. And that's that's correct. They should do that but they haven't figured out that. The federal government because trump is in charge of giving them a pass so oh well they like trump so we'll just give them a pass whereas if Barack Obama were doing the same things trump. We're doing these same. People would be livid about it. Oh yeah absolutely so anyway. You want to join us. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That was the question that I asked a Democrat friend of mine today because I got to say right like the whole one side of the other. I find it disingenuous partisans today on this issue. I think it's the Democrats that are sort of you know losing their minds. Why because the reason I believe is is because The only way that they believe that they can get their ritual pervert into the offices by the other ritual pervert out is by slamming the economy if they can say look the only thing that trump brought you as the economy. He claimed the economy. The economy's trash it's November. Vote for ritual pervert right And you can see. I don't care about either of them. No way is the Democrat view on trump on this that he isn't going far enough because my view is trump is an authoritarian. You know a medical authoritarian dictator. Just like the governor's he you know it's he's terrible. But what are the Democrats saying? The Democrats won't take a stand on. How mostly you know what I'm saying. Democrats having Democrat politicians. I'm not seeing any of them. Really say other than the Republicans are wrong. Don't listen to the crazy people that are going to the State House and toting guns or whatever. They're doing This is bad bad. Bad Bad bad. They only take a negative position. And that's all they should take from a from a political standpoint. You don't want to actually take a stand on win how and all that but because it's it's highly unpalatable ladies and gentlemen to say things like. You're not getting out of your house for two years like you can't say that well. I I've seen it written at least in a couple of headlines where well such and such group is talking about. You Know Twenty Three Hundred Forty S. Those balloons being floated out there to the idea is like it's absolutely ludicrous. I mean you know it they. The parade is starting. I don't know if it's if the band is kicked up yet or not. But they're gathering for the parade and the politicians as they do will jump out in front of this parade. Believe me it's coming now. I don't know if it's I don't know if it's a week or two weeks or a month or whatever it is but you cannot continue to lie to people that say two weeks. It's only for two weeks. It's two more weeks it's two weeks it's two. German has done with everything else that I've seen right the Patriot. Act Whenever the government's right the nothing. Nothing that lasts longer than a temporary government program But in this case it affects people's lives right like every other government program you're talking about and it doesn't really change anything You know there's a. There's a few out there that you can kinda point out but people were willing to live with it. I think that we'll probably see come out of this. Is You know some masks. Not to say they'd be mandated. Just people wearing masks. It'll be okay as opposed to you know three months ago if you saw somebody to mass call cops well. I think that we're not going to return to normal. I've said this before. Let's say it again and in fact I think things are going to get worse. I don't think there's any more there's going to be any day that comes like it's all a magically back to normal that's going to happen and in fact they've gotten away with as much as they have already there's nothing to prevent them from taking more that's right and that is instituting more controls shutting down more parts of the economy at their will and literally instituting a higher form of socialist government at the very least statist. I don't know whether Socialist and state if they're already talking about two thousand dollar checks per month for every asceticism you know that's one of the. I mean these are all these things. The balloons that you're talking about they've they're floating out there and every time they float them out there they seem to be implemented. Actually so you're GONNA have any any safe from any of the population. I think you're right about that and what you're going to see this is. My prediction is making predictions. But it seems so obvious that people are going to put up with almost anything. We've seen that already and so you're going to see a major struggle between the Republicans and Democrats in the next six months as we get closer to the election right. Because it's it's April right now. The election's going to be the beginning of Of November were like six months away basically from that. They're gonNA argue about the best authoritarian measures to put in place. That's what the election is all about. It's going to be all about what our new normal should look like. And they're gonNA look over California and they're gonNA look over at Texas these two of the states that are going to so-called open up there at least releasing plans to open this headline here from K B U E in. I don't know where they're based out of probably Texas. Yeah Austin it looks like governor. Abbott has established a strike force. Because that's what you need when you WanNa let people be free right is. Let them back out. You need a strike forced to strike three what you need to strike force because then you can declare martial law the more military terms you use more used to it. You know the the more you can get away with military terms so let me give you a little bit here because this is the this was being touted last week as Texas is gonNA Open. It's going to reopen and everybody all right. It's where we're getting back to normal. Well here's what they have in mind for you in Texas which is supposedly like a more business friendly place in California Governor Greg. Abbott announced the state's economic response to cope in nineteen at a news conference. Friday which included plans of reopening Texas businesses amid the CO Corona Virus Pandemic Governor Abbot issued. Three executive orders outlining how the state will begin to reopen businesses. So it's not just going to be a open the gates your back. He said the plan must be guided by data and doctors to reopen Texas businesses without spurring the spread of the corona virus. God the governor said he's formed a strike force consisting of the Lieutenant Governor the Speaker of the House in some other bureaucrats which will include state health officials the Texas Department of State Health Service Commissioner Blabbity Blah. The strike team will develop a medical architecture that will allow Texas to safely. I'm sorry I'm sorry. Freedom does not require micromanagement. Here is not going to be freedom my friend once you shut down the what you'd say that the economy shut down the businesses shut down or whatever. Shut down once you shut it down then when you open it becomes your responsibility. This is the old trolley problem right. So once you grab that lever and decide who's going to die on which tracks and the trolley for Liangelo for those that don't know Charlie problem traditionally as five people lying on train tracks And there's a lever in front of you. You can pull the lever and save the five people however there's one person on the train tracks on the other side so you do kill the one person to save the five and it becomes a conundrum and the governor's nearly all of them have grabbed the lever already. So they would. Do they have a problem in dealing with this? Now as you know like I said this is I think grover Cleveland had it right way back in the day. The Democrat by the WAY GROVER CLEVELAND. Who said that? The federal government has no business being involved in helping people who had to deal the flood. The federal government's job is military protection of the United States and weights and measures and the the post office. And know a few other things But I mean I guess it is. The governor's job to decide these things. At least it's part of the job description but this is this is what happens now you guys job at all. I don't need anybody that's only those things. Leave people alone. I agree. I should not interested in being told how to live or what to do or how to run my business. But according to Governor Abbot in Texas the reopening of businesses will come in stages the first stage which goes into effect Friday April seventeenth so yesterday includes the reopening of businesses that pose little to no threat of spreading cove in nineteen. The second stage will include. And I don't know what that means. The second stage will include additional openings after receiving additional input from medical experts. This stage is expected to come on. April twenty-seventh as business didn't have to jump through enough fricken hoops for the government as it is right just to open a business to run a business or open a new location right now. 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M. and in the studio with the tonight it's in the captain and mark so I'm trying to get a handle on exactly what the plan is and it doesn't seem like they've really quite got it all figured out yet in the states that are planning on reopening to making a big to do about what we care about P little people out there. We're going to reopen freedom. Freedom coming back. Don't worry but then when you actually look at the details the devil of course is Is within them. It is quite a nasty devil indeed because it's not going to look any whatever it ends up looking like it's there signaling already to get to prepare people that there's a new normal and that it's not going to be the way that it one swat remember. The party obviously wouldn't remember but there was a huge party to be had the day that prohibition ended the states. But if you look at government expansion. Presuming that Prohibitions. Just a blip on the radar government intrusion in the area of liquor head increased exponentially prior to prohibition. You could bring your own beer and to steal your own liquor and sell it and do whatever you wanted basically without with impunity there might have been some zoning laws but very many that right neighborhood bars. Were prevalent people stagger home but all kinds of these things now granted. I wouldn't wanNA live directly next to the neighborhood barbecue. People chose to do that. Probably affected of their property value. Whatever the case may be. I don't care what I care about. Is the government intrusion in that particular area for my example so government choosing goes way up and says you know liquor is completely illegal for like a decade and a half or two or. I don't know how long it was. But it was some time and then when it comes back everybody's really happy right but now there's a license and the license shall be given to the people in many cases gangsters in the well-connected but whatever the case may be it's still there it's still there and more restrictive than it's ever been late. Let it loose or anything like that. The government's numbers of them in some cases in many cases it's only them that get to sell and the government claims when they issue some new version of a license. That already exists right because maybe they you know. They see an opportunity for more tax revenue brewery. They tout that as innovation right. It started a new forms of licensing does not equal innovators right. You're just allowing more people to do a thing. They couldn't do before it. It's governments here. How these Completely controlled way. I did find a different story. That's got a little bit more information because the The previous one was just like well. There's going to be these different phases in Texas and it's kind of left it at that. This one from Texas Tribune Dot. Org says the first phase came in a series of exit executive orders issued Friday. One order allows for product pickup at retail stores. What Abbott described as retail to go see he's innovating he's coming up with new ways to let retail go back into business. It'll begin April. Twenty fourth outlets will be allowed to bring order straight to customers. Cars in a manner similar to how many restaurants are offering curbside. Pick on how you don't get to go shopping anymore in Texas if you want to go and buy something from the Pool Store for your pool your kids or whatever you know whatever you want to go to. You can't go in and look at the products on the shelves. So now what do you have to do? What if the store doesn't have online ahead of time? What if the store doesn't have a detailed online inventory? How many many store websites have that? I mean? Some of the biggest retailers habit big loves big right. This is all about promoting the big box stores. Right there's people have all been but wiped out at this point. They're going to be. Yeah because I. It's just mind boggling. Thinking about how a business who was not originally designed to be run like this is going to all of a sudden reorganize within enough time to be able to service their customers in this new way. Where now you gotta go out into the parking lot and deliver things to all your customers in their cars you know. I'm kind of wondering to myself. How many people in a given day prior to the cove in Nineteen eighty-four scare wall? How many people did I actually stand within six feet face to face with and I don't think the number was very high? I suspected on a day to day basis Accepting people that I know quite well like people like you that the number had to be below half a dozen on a regular day I mean. How many times are you within six feet of somebody that you're face to face with where they can expel things from their mouth at you. I WanNa go to your phone calls We Got James. He's in Ohio James. Where are you calling from an Ohio? Well I I mean my car I met link right I'm right across the I'm in the Lipa Louis. I've never heard of that welcome. You're on free talk live what's you haven't you? Don't you realize it's the public good? Do you put profits and rights ahead of the lives of people in the wealthier people by God. How can you be so greedy? Detect where yeah I think it's worth pointing atlas shrugged. Yeah it's worth talking about right like so Prophets are an indication of how well you're doing the work that you do in this world and a world without productivity is world. Frankly that's not very nice We will all be driven back to the Savannah without productivity. Like that's created has begun to deteriorate talk. You may take care of us. The government realized nothing. The government is a bunch of pedophile Weirdos that INFO with Joe Biden. Gosh safeness do the right to go. Okay this notion that Prophet is somehow evil. I don't know where this comes from or why it's so prevalent but it. That money is bad. For Austin is offered Ed Rights through evil. Right ahead of people. This is terrible at stake. Profit is the natural occurrence of mutually beneficial exchange right If Ian got some audio gear that I need because I'm putting together a new album or something and I've got you know. I don't know something that he needs. And we exchange that we both mutually benefit and profit from that exchange. That's why we did it. That's why we have because we both benefit from it and that is most exchanges on planet earth between humans. Well we realize that you're doing a public good right now so we're GONNA suspend the ten years in prison that you would normally get for this and well we'll put you on probation. I love the way I love. The by anti-government show is considered an essential job. Thanks for the call James. I appreciate your perspective and I could hear it from you. Toll Free number tonight. Eight fifty five four fifty free. Let's talk to Fred. He's listening in. I can't be the right spelling of this Monta. Santo Washington is okay. You're not okay. Monsanto wait not wanting to down to go shopping over the Internet L. I thought everybody wanted to do it that way nowadays. I can't stand it. I WanNa look into the stores and you gave know running anymore. Yeah I liked going in and physically examining products. Because that's something you can't do on providing yeah and and maybe you've got a question for someone I know. A lot of people don't have good answers but in some cases you can find somebody that actually knows a thing or two. We interviewing reenter role. Quit buying all that crap from Table Company and the Internet. That means maybe read. Well the bad news is Fred. They're going to now force everyone to shop on the Internet. Unless you don't have the Internet in which case I guess you're just GonNa have to call them on the phone and ask them all kinds of questions about the products that they have. Because you won't be able to look at them. Thanks Fred Sounds like you've been manned toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four zero seven three three. I wonder like places like the hardware store. What's going to happen to these places? I frequent like that. I need to go try them. In the whole. Bring my thing that I need to put the screw. I need to go and see which size it or you're a carpenter. You want to check the quality of the cut before you purchase the lumber that kind of a thing. This is just the beginning of this insanity. Remember the governor of California says. It's going to be a different experience at the restaurant. The man that serving you. We'll have a mask and some gloves. 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They don't want US leaving her houses break England's because God forbid to nation and we don't always get the vaccination roles died so vaccinations don't prevent these things from happening so for they'll say for them to mention yeah everybody's everybody's GonNa automatically think that. Oh well that makes sense because if we have the vaccination than we won't get any and we won't get sick we'll be vaccine against it. Says they have to keep coming out with new vaccinations. Because it's always mutating right so for one My amateur opinion is is that there should be a different word for a viral vaccination than there is for the other sorts of vaccinations because it gets complicated but I would remind people about the flu vaccine. All right the flu vaccine is in sometimes. It's a great idea to get other times. It's completely useless to get because they have to guess about eighteen months in advance. What kind of flu is going to be around which which one there is and so getting the flu vaccine? If you have no reaction to it I have a terrible reaction to it but if you have no reaction to find work whatever but it may or may not protect you depending on the situation. It's like wearing a bulletproof vest to a knife. Fight doesn't make any difference stack advantage. And who the hell gave Bill Gates any authority to to give us any kind of medical advice about vaccinations and all that you know his dad that you and he comes from a family that want to kill the whole population of the world. Anyway I am. I've heard the accusations I don't know But I will say that. There's a certain well for one when they put financial incentives for African countries to give everybody a polio vaccine. But they don't give them the polio vaccine to give out and those African countries choose the cheapest polio vaccine which is the live virus vaccine and that vaccine causes an outbreak of polio. Where there wasn't one home that's appropriate. This is the grossest display of greed and power grabbing that. I've seen in the forty one years I've been on. I don't know if you remember what airports looked like pre TSA and then you compare that to what airports look like post TSA that same process. Tanzania running outside is happening now to small businesses. It's insane John. Thanks John Young. It's insane I totally with you John. I've never seen anything like this. It is way worse than the Post Nine Eleven San Insanity and people are absolutely infected by fear in fact that was actually my favorite sign or a bunch of really cool signs at the protest today. Here in New Hampshire. There was one guy wearing a v mask movie V for Vendetta and he had a sign up that said the real virus is fear. Yes and I just thought that was really poignant. We continue with gene the Christian anarchist on our discord lines over a discord Lauren on FM. Go Ahead Jeanne. Segue segue right into my topic which is fear and This is exactly what I'm seeing and I've never seen again. This is something I haven't seen in my whole lifetime. I saw it after nine eleven to some extent. But now we have an and I'm GonNa lay it on stupidity and I'm not necessarily picking on the American people for being stupid because this seems to be a human trait the human it's humanity itself that falls for these tricks time and time and time again of scaring the the the Bejesus out of people and then attempting to provide some kind of a cure for their fear. And you're always has cooks attached to bait and now I understand that you know these things they never. They never let a emergency go to waste. You know they will see lamb onto it and use it to grab more power and now I understand that. They are attempting to insert all kinds of new restrictions into stimulus bills. So the stem the coming stimulus bills are GONNA have restrictions on firearms on You know what what you can do with your time whether you can say certain things free freedom of speech firearms ownership. All of these things are going to be restricted in the stimulus. Bill and as a guy in the medical profession gene the government's or the goons known as government are positioning themselves to be the new medicine. Police they are and this is something that the FDA has been my arch enemy for quite a while. Now ever since we got into medicine actually Because we see how they control medicine and restrict the practice of medicine. You're not allowed to do certain things because it's outside of the outside the norm. You know if you wanted to even if you got the patient's permission if you said you know what this is something that we understand is is helping some people. If you'd like to try it I can prescribe it for you but no if you prescribe that for them and it's outside of the accepted practice. Then you're going to even if they don't sue even if the patient loves the results and says hey. This was great. I feel way better. If the board finds out the Medicine Board finds out they can come after you even though you're patients perfectly happy so it's just more control that we have to deal with every day. Oh you WanNa talk about control. Will you hear the proposals the Deaton up proposals but the details on how these Texas businesses are going to be allowed to supposedly reopen loud? I've got some pretty sick stuff coming up here. Thank you gene More with your calls and thoughts. Welcome eight fifty five four hundred fifty free eight five talk about. Bolt micromanagement of business with you here. This eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. I've had blue Fernando parrots and cockatiels inches and cats and a little Lhasa. Apso a Maltese. 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That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three some of the scary Orwellian creepy police stayed authoritarian medical state tactics. I Guess Police States not quite accurate. Dude can I do my George Orwell impression? What does he sound like? Okay here we are. You ready boy. Did I call it or what? That's coming out. Details ugly ugly details about the supposed reopening in Texas will tell you about that coming up But also enter coins team spent the last decade helping communities release APPs to unite their members and coordinates social activity now communities can release currencies to coordinate economic activity they represent a soft but voluntary power encouraging people to spend the currency on local goods and services that accept it or to support the community with small fees when cashing out unused coins towns. Already do this. 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What was it about twenty years ago so when the movie coming to America what Eddie Murphy Ammo? She's twenty that was the nineteen eighty. S all my God. And the bride. That was him since birth. I showed up and he wanted to go and find it right and he had her jumping up and down on one foot and barking a dog and she said I'll do anything flyer but honest to God. That's how I feel. Every time I go up. And people are wearing these masks and they they getting bigger and bigger and You know like the World War. Two gas masks paying the and and they're looking at me and I'm walking around with our mouths gone a couple of times. I go down the aisle the wrong way. They have like Garin way to solve the I even in the produce department where you know. The bins of apples only come up to your waist and that they have little. I'll markers and if you look if you go past the oranges and then think oh I need to get an orange. Do you have to go pay style and back through to the rose and what happens if you don't. I'm no I'm getting. I'm getting looks like like people like like if I had pulled out. A gun pointed at social pressure as well here. It's just the rules of the store. The government threats but also social pressure this whole quarantine. Shaming people staring daggers. At you or reporting you. Produce Niche culture totally. I had what I see people's eyes to pass these masks. I'm at this point. I'm not assigning. Any feelings to them. Because I have no idea what they're trying to transmit to me. It requires a face to transmit at least some kind of information and we don't have one is ninety what is it. Ninety percent of all communication is nonverbal. And you look at these people and you think you're trying to say Ray. I'd like to do it if my wife would let me. Are they trying to say I'd like to me? It was it still it by saying it's an unseen enemy. It's a germ. You can't see it using all the war. Talk we're we're more you know and The troops on the front line and all this kind of stuff they people. So jazzed up that they. I don't think I've actually seen people now. Parking like further and further apart before used to be come out and somebody would be like right now. People are parking in the parking lot like their fraser somehow. Another the germs. The giants ridiculous. And it's so paranoid and you know what they they they try to transmit the idea that this is somehow pro human. This is going to save lives. We all just junk through all these hoops and do all these. You know things that that will save people but the reality is they're just driving wedges between people now people look at each other as though there are disease carrier that they're carrying this deadly. Oh you could be. You could be you. It could be you and they're trying to stay away from each other and now they've got masks on so you can't see their expressions you can't see their faces like when the cops put on dark sunglasses. You can't see there is now you can see there is but you can't see anything else you've got plexiglass up everywhere now. Every retail establishment seems to have plexiglas. That's gone up putting another barrier between you and any other semblance of humanity. Oh make sure you don't get too close to people. Make sure you wash your hands. I got some crazy stuff coming here from the the Texas Department of Health and Human Services. Jeff thanks for your call. I'm glad some people out there are still maintaining their sanity. Backlash against this to the what's not seen is what's going to happen. There are twenty two million or so freshly unemployed people I I believe that's accurate. Might there were. I got a headline that in Los Angeles. It's about a more than half of the people. Don't have jobs anymore. Yeah so a sudden large number of unemployed people combined with the closing of most small businesses as far as restaurants and you know whatever deemed non-essential If that goes on for much longer the the backlash the results of that is going to be far worse than anybody. Catching this virus. Speaking of closing businesses Ryan is on the line with us in via Park Illinois Ryan. Yes Sir I was wondering if you guys had any insights or theories as to why purse dot I O. Was closing down against the other day. I've got a theory. Amazon isn't delivering products that everybody wants to buy. Amazon is focusing on only delivering the so-called essential products. So if you try to place an order for something non essential than Amazon give you a notice like yeah. This might come in like a month or two or something. We'll kind of get it to you. Whenever we feel like it. Well the idea behind per storrow which is a site. We've promoted for years here on her. Stuck calm doesn't matter mark. They'RE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. They're going to be gone. You can't put a new order in after next week. Basically so if you WANNA get an order in now's your chance basically But I mean how much have we saved at this website over the last what four five years thousands of dollars because I bought everything on Amazon through this website Save the purse dot com and but part of the whole buying process is. You've got somebody on the other wants to get your bitcoin. Essentially you're paying for things with Bitcoin. Bitcoin cash with somebody on the other wants to get that coin so they want to ship that product as quickly as possible because they don't want the price of the bitcoin to go crazy. You know in the time frame because it could it could be to their detriment. It could be to their benefit but it could also be to their detriment anyway. They want the time window of delivery to be as short as possible. Well now if the time window of deliveries like that sometime in June whenever then it's over so it's curtains for purse. This has put them out of business and it's tragic because it was one of the most attractive reasons to sell somebody on cryptocurrency. Was LIKE. Hey You could save twenty percents. Amazon and you could buy stuff on Amazon with Crypto. I mean that in and of itself. So that's my thoughts Ryan. It was because of what Amazon did. Yeah I I well first of all. I thought I was great. I bought a bunch of Bitcoin from a former advertiser with you express coin a long time ago. Wow that's a long time but yeah on top of the thousands. I made off that purchase but saving thousands on on stuff. I was buying an Amazon right. I thought maybe that was the idea behind them closing but I would think that'd be a temporary shutdown instead of sending a letter out like done for good i. Maybe there was. Don't fix it back up. May maybe it wasn't always that profitable but they made it work for several years so it must have been working. Spend quite a while. Yeah I tend to think so. Amazon kicked us to the curb. Some time ago and they had done it progressively over the years. They kept on tightening the rules and tightening the rules. Because they didn't want affiliates anymore and I suspect Amazon just sort of feels like especially right now in. They're flush with cash because everybody's at home ordering things we don't need this stuff. There smile DOT AMAZON DOT COM. Which is We'll give it to the approved charity of your choice. But that's it and I think they just you know generally don't WanNa give any cut of the sail to anybody for anything. I did find a website That it offers gift cards at a discount. So may be a way to kind of still get a discount by selling your bitcoin. I haven't tried it yet so I will not so I'm not saying what it is Thanks Ryan for the call and I will give it a shot. 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Ep.12  The Best Doggies (ft. Nicole Brown)

That's My Favorite

1:13:44 hr | 1 year ago

Ep.12 The Best Doggies (ft. Nicole Brown)

"Oh the dog episode turn into like Spider facts. Spiders a cool squish them now and poking the puff balls turtles and lightsaber calls with person. And see hi. My Name's Rachel. My Name's Nicole. We are from the Great Plains Nature Center. And you're listening to that's my favorite the podcast where we go with naturalists like Nicole. Today is going to be sharing about one of her favorite things. Yes I wanted to talk a little bit about very dogs. Because they're super cool and my favorite. Maybe I duNNo. Levirate see my favorite mammal in Kansas. But like you like pronghorns I love Prong. I KINDA WANNA fight you over the PRONGHORNS quick. I feel like we made a pact at the very beginning that I would do. Alison you would do pronghorns or something. Because we're fighting for both of them. That sounds accurate. Yeah okay well guess what I got the first name on the podcast. Can you believe that? It'll even doing slimy boys and trees. That's not okay. I was GONNA say Allen definitely talked about deer stuff even though they weren't the main subject episode included mammals. But this is the first time has just been about mammals which is like. I feel like saying lot about US. I think because it almost makes it seem like we tend to really like kind underdog dudes that that people don't always yelling screaming about like everybody loves possums. We could do. An possum episode. Already likes them. It's way more interesting to talk about berry dogs. Everybody hates it is true. Everybody hates them. Unfortunately but yeah. There is a lot of controversy around them. A lot of it stems from a lot of Minsk misconceptions honestly. I researched a little bit about this and so that I could not just say to misconception without even highlight it One of the things that people hate the most about them is that the originally they could be like out competing cattle on ranches set for grazing resources. Yeah but The different things and the prairie dog is only really clearing like a fairly small area around its borough like it's not like they dislike group up by the thousands and light grays across a pasture if they did that then yeah. I would say they're probably might be competition for cattle. Let that leak. They stink pretty close to the boroughs. And I guess if your entire ranch was a prairie dog burrow you might have problems but if you just have a little Darfur Arrow Frog town yeah more term for a group of Paradox A lot of people think that the their cattle and I read one article that got a little. Sassy and was like you know how did Bison live beside dogs for thousands of years now? Cattle can't buy center. We bigger than cattles so I mean if very dogs can live side kept the Bison. They should be able to live by site cattle. Oh yeah totally. And isn't it true that Pre well I wanted prehistoric pre colonization. Mike when they were like you know all over the entire the the great plains were just pockmarked by prairie dog burrows large grazing ungulates would be attracted to predawn Peres right. Yeah there's there's a lot of animals that are attracted prairie dog burrows because those prairie dogs They are on eating stuff that they don't want to eat so they're not competing with them directly and all of those little tiny is and all his little tiny yipping mouths are really good. Alert Systems for predators. So like it's helpful to have someone watching your back. Yeah aren't they just basically fertilizing all the grass that's causing much down to grow yet rush sprout? Yes yeah that's I found a really cool article. I didn't go into depth because that's not what I wanNA talk about bow tie. It's really cool because they've done a lot of research on lake. How prairie dogs changing landscape and things like that after paradox have been eating the heterogeneity? Let's non science word for that the the patchwork there's there's more species of Forbes and grasses and everything else In like around prairie dog burrow compared to a lake just like out in a random field Like they increase the species richness of an area do their grazing habits lake significantly. I don't remember what the exact Numbers numbers statistics. The fancy word I was looking for their and remember the exact statistics that were listed in the paper but lake. It was crazy like stupid high numbers just way more different kinds of everything. That's really cool. And that is that just for plants or is it also for it'd be for animals too because it's more diverse plants means differs animals. That were using it. Yep absolutely and that's insects. Birds too large mammals. Like 'cause if you have a lot of insects you have a lot of different kinds of birds and it all is connected like six so cool. So what did you WanNa Talk? So my absolute favorite thing about dogs. Their communication system lab show okay. Let's let's go here for this So there's this Dr Khan Sabaya Cough. Maybe that's how you save Wallace. You can really tell that you spent hours listening to his name on Youtube before this. You really did I because he has an amazing like eleven minute video on Youtube. That just goes. They just breaks down his research. He's been doing for like twenty five years and I'm GonNa like talk about it. But not quite as in depth because he goes like way in depth and he has a book out and. I want it so bad but it's like fifty dollars so listeners. If you WANNA buy me. The book is called Prairie Dogs. It was written in published in two thousand nine by Dr Constipation. Cough have fun spelling that I'll spell it for you. If it means that you'll buy me a book you can mail. Nicole's book to sixty three to east wing. I STREET NORTH WICHITA KANSAS. Six seven two two zero. Yes perfect They somebody wants book. I will totally read it. Cover to cover because it looks so good and his this eleven minute. Video is going over like one chapter in his book. That's it. Yeah so I think I've seen the video that your program GonNa talk about. I don't know if he has very many others. I think I've only seen his like jumpy compilation of pups which is a really freaking cute but like that video I watched it to. You blew my mind and I tried it in as many programs as physically possible. Because it's just like yes. Yes yes yes. That's the first time I watched it just like oh my gosh. This is amazing because I always knew that they had a pretty complicated language system but it goes like way farther than we ever thought for. And it's it's according to admittedly Dr Khan Sabaya Cov. Who's a little bit biased? Let's be released outstanding dogs for twenty five years. The he says that it's the most complicated language in the world. As far as animal languages. Go so more complicated than dogs or dolphins or whales or these animals are primates that we think have a really complicated language system like there's blows out of the water yeah and like each yip is equivalent to like a human sentence so explain what a YIP is to us. He has no idea what the heck afraid. I'm even is superior. Dogs are a little tiny mammal. Yes they have like Swirl Tales. I feel like the misleads Ground Squirrel. It is it is a ground squirrel but they had nothing. I don't take the holy. Squirrel faces though Nicole exasperated. Look very squirrels say that. They weren't cuter than oak or that they work in squirrels. Not contesting their cuteness. Okay sorry just how? Would you describe a squirrel or dog? How would you describe impre dog? Okay prairie dogs are about lake twelve to fourteen inches long and they have just like a two to three inch long tail. Like I want people to understand that. It's a large fish log a log of an animal. Okay so fat and have just like this. Tiny little tail is not like a big fluffy squirrel tail. Yeah so clear. But they use that. Tila lot in communication and so far we haven't really been able to figure out exactly what all of the tail flagging is what it's called means a lot of times. They seem to just do it when they're excited. They'll use tail fogging sometimes when they're communicating verbally. And sometimes they don't so like are they saying something different. We don't know it's it's their languages so complicated so and we're just like barely diving into it and like breaking it apart But Dr Constable Jakov he has looked at mostly Predator calls And found out that they have different calls for different kinds of predators so they have a call that he knows of at least for a Red Tail Hawk which is just like a really really short little. Yep Noise A human has a special call in dogs and coyotes has special calls and they never confuse a dog for a Code Year. Coyote for a dog like they always give the dog alarm call when they see a dog and they always get the cayote alarm call when they see a coyote so they can like differentiate between two different types of dogs. Yes even yeah. And even they did Studies in the lab. These studies were in the field but they do studies in the lab as well. They took different breeds of dogs and they recognized it like as a dog but then just further Described the animal as like short or tall or skinny or fat but link. They still gave the dog alarm call. So they're like that's a dog and not a coyote or a different species and that is a dog like they recognize it. You know like you're comparing like a German shepherd to lake. I don't know what else a US not a German shepherd and shepherd. I don't know that's just like crazy like some people can't even tell a dog from a coyote in. It's really amazing. What they can do at considering that you know even like human children if your child grows up around cats And it goes to a friend's house and they have a dog. They're probably GONNA call that dog a cat. Just because has you're right literally seem kids do this. Yes it's really cool. I mean it makes sense to the kid because they don't know any different like it has four lakes it has a tail. It's in a house in it in. Its pet so like duds cat but no it's dog and these are the reasons why it's difference in like even like human children can't even like distinguish between lake different species or even different breeds like if someone's used to like a pug they probably aren't going to recognize that a German shepherd is also a dog or they'll think it's just like a real weird one but like dogs they just know they're like that is a dog and that is a county. That's so cool. You know how people say that parents are as the equivalent of three year olds or something yes. Prairie dogs have a more advanced understanding of language and concepts. Yes then toddlers. Yeah they're like a five year old. Take that African grays. I have no idea where they compare late. No human children but amazing that they can distinctly make a separation between animals that toddlers even struggle with like human rained organisms. Yes yes yeah dodges a child I guess. Small humans with human brains that can use language. That's literally human language can not do the things dogs can do. Their little barks. That's awesome and the black tailed period. August one that we have here in Kansas. But there's actually five different species at prairie dogs So there's black-tailed period dog that used to take up the entire Midwest but now does not and then there's Mexican Prairie Dog Mexico the Utah Period Lives in Utah. Wpro Gunman's yes yeah the really only in Utah. Oh that's cool yeah. It's a really small population. The gunnison prairie dog which lives in Colorado kind of the four corners area okay White tailed prairie dog. Live somewhere. I don't actually remember somewhere West. Who knows west of Kansas west of Kansas? And so he's a there's also been behind you know. Do these different paradox. Species communicate with each other and yeah ooh oh boy. Okay so exciting. The most we don't know for sure short answering okay but constable Drukov theorizes that no They speak different. Languages is kind of like how somebody might speak English versus Spanish versus Portuguese They cannot understand each other and even within each paradox species. There will be dialects so okay someone from New York versus someone from Louisiana. It's it's weird. I have slight variations. Probably could understand them if you're a southern prairie dog but yeah yeah okay yeah in league. We found that with Dolphins and lots of different animals have regional dialects But considering especially that prairie dogs don't really have that wide of range I don't know it's kind of interest. Have you only exist in Utah to have dialect then in your language is Kinda cool and maybe the Utah ones don't have like? Oh okay but the the black tailed prairie dogs. That have a little bit wider range. They do have very distinct dialects is the flat tailed prairie dog the most widespread than in the America. Yes yeah historically in Currently most widespread still only take up like four percent of their native Frene Shaw or historic Grainger. Yeah right Which sucks but I'm sure maybe get into why that sucks at some point but if not that's fine I mean y'all can google it yet. I mean it just sucks because like you said. Earlier they changed landscape like they are a keystone species right And their burrows or home like there's been studies at least two hundred different animals Use their burrows like are highly associated with their burrows in need those systems right. And that's anywhere again from insects to urge to whatever else I think Either last year or the year before I read an article about Illinois having to install artificial burling attleboros in places like Lee old landfills and stuff because there were no pray dogs to provide habitat for them anymore. That's easy yeah. There's movements to install artificial prairie dog burrows because we can't replace they work they do in so many animals rely on them. That's crazy I know. Isn't that so sad it is? There's a turn. Also that heavily relies on turn turn. Yeah it was okay not a turn a mountain plover a Mountain Mountain plovers AP- lover there here. I'm saying you up. Lover Lover Lovers Feature Center which are still Burns that you highly associate with water. So you know. Typically most plovers are highly associated with water but these guys actually like areas of sparse or even bear vegetation's like straight up bare ground And that is why they really like pre dog. Colonies Causes Prairie dog colonies or keeping that grass mode. Nice and short The plumbers move in and they can see all around them look for predators and things like that. The prairie dogs are also adding a defensive their own since they see something. They're going to yell and squeak and know the plumber knows he needs to get away nice. Did the plumber speak question? No it's not I don't know And honestly I don't know I don't know that there's ever been like research into that but I imagine if you hear a bunch of noises and then all the dogs leave. That's probably a pretty good indication that something is wrong. So they might not know that they're saying oh there's a human or oh there's a dog or coyote but they at least recognize that like this really sharp mark means something is wrong. Yeah and that's like not unprecedented because no. There's a lot of animals that do this absolutely lake Safety in numbers. All that fun jazz. What's really wrong when you said that? The Bird had associated association with prairie dogs. I was picturing something. Burrowing owl alike where it was an inside the burrow. So I'm kind of pleased that that wasn't the case and just like another burden there yet always birds crammed underground well because there was another bird crammed underground. How did I not know about it? Call Yourself Bird. I even know. Are they with the prairie dogs during breeding season? Then are they like raising chicks with them. Yes yes in the DOT. Aw so the dogs are watching out for the baby. Plovers whether or not they know it Yeah and it's been like highly associated with prairie dog colonies and these these plovers are decreasing across. The rain is going to ask. Yeah and the like the more pride augury the less prairie dogs that are around means less plov clubbers at least mountain plovers. So Gosh why not keeps going back and forth because it's only natural. You've been conditioned to say plumber. The wrong way and it takes a while to recondition yourself. Yes yes yes I will try my best going forward but yeah I think it's really cool because that is a bird. That Lake is very much associated with water. And they're just found nowhere near water not lately. Nothing not at all. That's the thing to me super cool. Oh another common misconception with paradoxes. That their burrows tripping hazards for cattle. I've heard that one actually. Yeah I just that seems extremely unlikely in admittedly even if it's extremely unlikely there's even a chance. I can understand not wanting to risk like a multi hundred dollar animal. I get that but I just can't imagine that like it happens with any frequency but I'm not a cow arranger so I could be wrong and there's a lot of reasons as to why they've lost a lot of their Historic range one is landlocked land use changes so humans converting their land to cities and farmland as well as just Various Diseases. I cannot talk. Today it's okay eventually. We'll get there. It's easy to edit out little silences. All WE FIGURE OUT WORDS. They also have a lot of problems with various diseases such as plague which is scary and absolutely decimates prairie dog colonies. Now just because I know that some listeners are sitting down thinking the plane like the play McLeod Lake for you to clarify. Are we talking about the plague? It's it's elastic plague. So I think it's similar isn't it yes? I think is an invasive species from another from Europe maybe yeah but they also have bubonic plague which is like the plague the plague so we gather like related so yeah we are talking about the plague essentially variance on it. Yeah it's it's very very similar and it really does just decimate these colonies But as long as you're not going out in a parade odd colony and like kissing prairie dogs you'll be fine. They will bite your face. So don't do that okay. Wildlife Biologist Nicole Brown says. Don't kiss pray dogs. They actually like to be kissed right by other dogs. Oh yeah that's what I meant social. They are absolutely highly social In groom and play with each other constantly And communicate with all sorts of different kinds of noises and you mentioned the jump up early so that is only a black told. Prairie dog communication system is the black tailed prairie dog and the Mexican. Prairie dog are the only ones that do this. Nobody knows why And nobody knows what it means It seems like mostly. It's just like an excited lake. I'm so excited I gotTA jump up right now. Like they just can't handle it what they're getting excited about who knows But yeah there doesn't seem to be like the reason why Dr Constables Cough. Like focused on alarm call is that. It's very obvious what's going on it. Sees a Predator makes annoys runs away bright but whenever it does the jump yet they just continue standing there so it's hard to say what they're trying to say. There's like no context of like dogs. Doing a certain thing. There's a Predator over there clearly. That's causing a reaction. Yes the lack of contexts in like any kind of lake reaction makes it almost impossible to figure out what the heck they're trying to say but there's a jump up sound like Nicole. I keep trying to make you dupree dot calls Eve avoided it so far this whole time. I'm sorry I mean it just sounds like a hip use. I don't know what it sounds like. Yes I don't have any jumps recorded but I do have A captive period. Just making some cute noises. Oh perfect. Let's listen to some brave dog noises. There is currently a dog down at the Kansas Wildlife Exhibit. I was hanging out with her and she got excited. She started screaming at me. Solicitous her screaming at me. So that's what dog sounds like even home for a dog before and again. They make a lot of different noises. So that's just one noise really know what it meant? Because I'm not DR Congo Coffman. Sure if he was there he'd been like Oh she wants food or something. I don't know he would have just known somehow but I don't know what the heck she was trying to tell me but it was pretty cute. That was pretty odd now. Okay one thing that kind of strikes me as just frigging insane about this. Whole thing is that he said in a single YIP. It's like the equivalent of a sentence. Yes like one of those little yips would have information. About what kind of animals like? It's a dog and also it's a short dog. It's a blue dog whatever. Yeah yeah they're doing describing one of the experiments that he did was he sent Late Grad students to the field wearing different colors of shirts so the period dog would notice that it was human if it was tall or short human And then also the color of shirt that they were so this this whenever the same person would go into the field wearing a blue shirt resort. Redshirt which is a green shirt or whatever color just part of the call would change describing the color of the shirt but it would still say human tall blue human tall green. Or you know whatever so so. How did they decode those parts of the call when Arias that sounds like a yip yet? They must have analyzed it. Yes something yes yeah. He has Some kind of a computer program that he ran all those noises through and compared them very scientifically. I don't do noises yeah. I don't know how it works. That's why I just watch youtube videos explaining it or books wink wink so yeah but he does have a special machine. That's you know slowing down the noise and comparing them and noticing that like you know. Fifty percent of the call is the same. It's just like this one little tidbit. That's changing which is describing the color of the shirt shirt and I'll be there would have to be consistent across the whole study and stuff and that's how they would know yes and he mostly worked with a gun. Anson's prairie dogs so it might be slightly different for bacteria dogs or Mexican Mexican prairie dogs or Utah. Prairie dogs I said an even realize it was not the black tailed one. He was studying. Yeah sorry because he he dissolve is he works Outon Arizona so he works snapchat. I rooted. Oh He's a faculty member at Northern Arizona University so he did all studies Out in the desert so we don't back temporary dogs are not out there. They got dennison's so It's fairly safe to assume that most of the prairie dog species kind of work the same It'd be weird for only one of them to have like a really complex language. Yeah I would think so too. And he has. He has done a little bit of research with all of them but as far as like bringing them back to the lab and all those really indepth research Those were all gonna since in another lab. Study that he did was he actually lake showed them like a black circle or a blue triangle so shapes and colors that they would not you know come across in the wild in the prairie dogs. Meet up new words to describe the shapes and we're consistent walls of I can new words. Oh that's really really cool. So that's I mean it's not just cool like that's a sign of a higher level of thinking that we actually reserved for. I don't know how we qualify or quantify animal intelligence but like would expect it from a chest pain. Yeah insane amount of language skills definitely. Yeah and we'll we'll we'll link that video That Youtube video on the show. Notes of course is embedded. Yeah so because it's IT'S AMAZING. It's like eleven minutes long and it's so worth it because my gosh. I WanNa meet this guy. He's so wow yeah not imagine being one of those Grad students and great. Hey Pedro the dog. My shirts blue today. You say about that. I can't imagine because I feel like all they did was like walk through the town late. Do in just recorded some calls. This seems like a really fun and kind of laid back job that they might not have been paid for. I feel like most of those field jobs. Sound really romantic. Unless you're actually out in the desert wandering around prairie dog towns in and you're like Oh God. Life is one hundred ten degrees. Oh great but it's nice to think about Do we know about any other calls. Clever Doug that far into his research but the only I was familiar with was kind of a Predator related ones. Have we managed to decode? Anything else No because again all of their all their their calls like they they do chatter caused do the jump yet at least the dog and the Mexican Berry Dog They have like little social chatters that they do not need constant like noise for like five seconds. And then somebody else will do it back So they're obviously saying something right but without again that context. It's it's really hard to say what's going on just sent in so that could be saying a lot of stuff about us that we cannot figure out how cool could be back talking to you every time you go out there and just don't know. I just love it because it sounds like to our human years I guess syllables incontinence and that kind of stuff. Just sound naturally language and so to realize that something we can contain information that Yan conveyed is insane. Yeah no in such. Yeah and it's like so short and it's like a whole sentence it's yeah yeah it's insane. I found too complicated. Maybe in the future of there'd be like jobs for prairie dog translators. Hey Deep Oh yeah that was really good I don't know it's just it's just really fascinating. And it's it's a shame because it doesn't seem like anyone else's really studying paradox. If you search dog language the only thing that comes up is cons the cost stuff so I don't know why nobody else cares. Yeah we're care so the interest. Yeah like it's in. All of this stuff is like fairly old. His book was published in Two Thousand Nine. Right Lake. It's been a hot minute since just saying and he actually is The Director of the Animal Language Institute. Which I'm like very intrigued by and if you go to their website is just like animals are much more complex than we give them credit for and and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. I'm like ooh until we wore when it's language affiliates. Kind of one of one of those things. You can't be super scientific about like you almost have to you have to Anthromorph anthropomorphized them. A little bit right In like acknowledged that maybe they're doing more than we give them credit for like without even giving them that chance than animals. You'll never figure out if they're actually talking or if there is making noise because they a lot of animals probably just make noise make noise. Insure my dogs. Just WanNa make noise drive me nuts. Sometimes yeah But here's the thing like isn't language in the sense of looking outside of human language and Kinda find as information that's being conveyed by sound alone right but then like how do we define that information. Yeah maybe when your dog is making certain sound if you played a recording of that dog back I feel like I've seen studies that were trying to show whether humans could recognize the context of dog. Yes calls Jason. There sounds alone in information. Yeah yeah definitely in like our animals are pets absolutely train. Us Lake to recognize their calls. They do. They've done studies where they do what they wanted a little baby. Oh no the black widow hat. Oh my God we're sitting in Todd's office recording and the black widow in here may have had babies. There's me Oh oh no. Oh God oh b. r. b. b. Genius microphones arm. We knew that was GONNA be like two months. Oh I mean some of the podcast. Look at Baby. Talk over the computer. Oh I'm sure the powered by wasn't what we did. Did your recording a podcast in the coals like knows. The babies are everywhere. Can maybe benefit you in all that you just crush cough row shoot circa surely are Sean Pierce to push my skills out terrible. She's a check for something. She is holding his relationships warrants. No that's not funny. This is the original. That's so funny to look honestly. I'm not usually that kind of a person but like a hatchet Rachel office now. That was playing along. I can't need to ask her. Why out so much I think. Well there's just so many of them in year seventy crazy figure out whether or not they can be careful okay where we prairie dogs. We're GONNA talk about doggies regular dogs for a second Lang- language in general and yeah defining animal language. Yes man. So years ago I read. I read a bunch of others another one. Oh Gosh they're everywhere. I just keep seeing. How many three that. I can see from here. How JEEZ and we lost all the podcasting equipment in this office. So of course it's covered in black. Yup Okay who don't have goosebumps. No it's maybe we. We decided that. Probably they're too small to actually inven- mate you but who knows so there is a study like years ago that I I read about and I have no idea who put it out those single person or university or whatever but they were looking at Dogs like pet dogs and their owners and like whether or not they could guess what that dog needed based on like live. Actions as well as recorded sounds And they could like their owners knew exactly what they wanted whether it was attention or food or outside. Or whatever like they guest with like ninety percent certainty that that dog need a very specific thing. But based on sound or based on sal like they literally paid recordings and they're like what do you think your dog once. They're like food nearly yup sure enough. It was begging for food. And that's just insane like our our pets totally train. Us and each There's one crawling across my notes if I like if I was hanging out with your pet dog Rachel even though you don't have it I wouldn't necessarily be able to guess when it needed just like if you came over to my house hanging out my dogs. You wouldn't really know as well as I would know what they want. I always know like an even a my boyfriend's three years he still doesn't quite get their language billing I know exactly what they want. Just like even them just like looking at me. I'm like you want food. And they're oh freak out and go to their food dish but I'll say like do you WanNa go outside. And they won't do anything like it's they actually wanted food like specifically yeah at that point in time which is crazy in cats The little kittens they make that like really high pitched mewing. Noise is like it's like a weird thing with people you feel the need to take care of them when they make that noise like it's tricking you into babying them. Oh No I'm hearing one in my brain to it like makes cry. Yeah giving your eyeballs. I cannot stand kitting us it just it lake tears at my soul. I'm getting goosebumps worse than the spiders Like it's that one on my notes go. Oh it's gone gone just mysterious whatever. It is anyways just over there so a lot of animals. Yeah there's lots of in. I've always thought about like fish. They're kind of dumb. Let's just official done. I agree completely but oh no. Did you hear that knocking why I totally trust okay? Somebody but I feel like we just don't understand their language like I bet they're not probably not necessarily using language as we think of it but they're probably giving nonverbal cues like weird tale flaps or lake thin flaps and there are fish that lake actively will aggress towards each other like Betas. They can fly out there little gills and look aggressive like that's very clear communication saying hey I'm mad But there's there's a difference between like communication. Yeah man something language were like some kind of actual information and I feel like researchers have a hard time to find his line anyway. So it's a weird thing to talk about but like it's an interesting conversation because our Betas that flare their gills out and stuff are they technically communicating information. Like how do we define what information needs to be? Because it seems to me like that's communicating something so that are you still recording? I WANNA see Spider. Babies Caffeine the calls by owning. Oh Yeah No. It's fine. This wondering hear her knocking thought it was somebody else's office. It's all good. Lindsey got some good pictures of them. Richardson takeouts. There's like a bunch all over the place yet. You brought me to one. Yeah to just right here on this. Stand one on the computer which well. There's a whole bunch of everything. Oh my God this one. Two three four five six seven eight years emerge that simply says warming up in here in one of them was heaven every time. Yeah it was in there for right so it had been a while as time goes so fast we didn't notice until partway through the recording. Nicole was like alligator looking around and we were like. Oh wait a minute right. It's pretty there's a lot of screeching on this podcast right now. It's going to have to be heavily edited. Not all dogs half black widow freak out. Yeah you know. It's definitely saying there. Are you still recording or can I see the baby's? Oh cassie sir. Smoking can have good luck. Keeping them inside something. Yeah I have no idea spiders in my Dr Pepper but anyways back to prairie dogs. Because they're the best doggies We talked we talked a little bit about this Just population declines and all that fun stuff But I found this paper by David Wagner and associates. Yeah do you recognize that name no name? Oh exciting said something. That's fair so his paper was called. Persistence of Gunson's dog colonies and Arizona. Usa This was published in two thousand and six and they looking at it was part of a really long survey and they found that. I'm just GonNa read the whole quote. Do just yeah. This is a quote from their paper. Technically from their abstract because pay walls but most seventy percent of colonies became inactive between the initial and recent surveys with colony extinctions spanning our study area. We found little evidence that the reduction in active colonies was due to poisoning. Recreational shooting or habitat conversion rather direct and indirect evidence suggest plague the primary factor negatively impacting gunnison. Prairie dog populations in Arizona. Whoa yeah you're kidding. Yeah that surprises me Yeah me too and I actually. I dug a little bit deeper and I was looking at some other. Studies looking at population declines and of them attributed it to plague. So wow fascinating yeah. Is it both forms of the plague? I'm not sure okay and it could just be that you know. They got down to the population that they are now due primarily to habitat loss land conversion but now the Paul the the populations that we do have You know they're just being again. Decimated by plague and people do shoot them recreationally both legally and illegally but ultimately that's not they don't shoot enough of them to make a difference which is also interesting because they don't have any babies like each year so I don't know how they come back from things like how many babies are. They typically have lake to each each year each year. Yeah each cradock has two pups yes in an entire year in power on earth did they replenish enough to be such a big like hot potato. I have no idea so baked potato. That's what I was beautiful. I have no idea is I found this This article looking like three different species in all of them on average had about like one point eight to like two point four pups so and apparently they can have up to eight pups like I read that in a couple different sites. Okay but it's not as well. Yeah must be super rare to have that many Andrew and nearly half of the pups that are born loss to predation there. Stacey little snacks right So yeah I don't understand how they ever come back from plague or shooting or anything like that. That's insane. I guess. Historically they were just in such big numbers in the first place yeah. It didn't matter that still seems like totally unsustainable. How Gillis historically? They lived in huge towns. And it's generally the black tailed prairie dogs that live in the really really really big towns The other species live in fairly small family groups versus the black tailed prairie dogs. They're towns can be anywhere from like half a square mile to the largest one that was found in Texas. That was twenty five thousand square miles. That's like metropolis town anymore. I know wow literally a third of the size of the entire state of Kansas. Jeez yeah that's bigger than a metropolis. That's bigger than county ovens only smokes. I know like I can't even fathom that and admittedly I'm sure it was like an estimation right you can't do is probably conservative. Is a conservative estimation at twenty thousand square miles? Oh that's insane and they estimated that there was about four hundred million individual dogs inside this colony which is four hundred. Millo heads making sure I heard you right. Four hundred million yes. That's the population of countries. That's that's bigger than the population of the US. Do you think in terms of okay. Sorry going back to League Parade Ogling which is do you think that basically is a prairie dog country and that they have like their own little individual dialect of a language like a Scandinavian language in the Scandinavian countries. You know what I'm saying. I mean it's way bigger than the Scandinavian countries. I'm sure yeah but that's crazy from one side of the period town to the other. They had different dialects. The United States have pray dogs. Yeah I just like. I can't even fathom those numbers and I was trying to figure out some way to lake. Break it down to like something made sense to human brains. Any fillet them. All out knows detail or laid out four hundred million prairie dogs. They would wrap around the earth ten times over ten times. This Nicole de you are such a freaking nerd. I love you so much. I am now many times. Prairie dogs laid knows. The Tail Could Rob Ten Times exactly. Vor Ten Times over ten. Ten was a nice even number version. Yeah that's so many very many dogs because I don't know it's just a fun way to think about it. Because I see that comparison with like elephants or like people throw away so much trash like the water bottles would wrap around the earth x amount of times. Prairie Dogs knows the tail ten times around the earth. How many Earth's away from us as the wait. How neat wait. Yes how? Many Earth's away from us is the Moon Committee. Dogs to the moon is what I'm really asking. Let's she's going to listen. Quick mets. I'm not GonNa Matha. I'm just going to look up. How many Earth Spit between the mood? The Miller and there's a spider. Yeah are you okay? Yeah I mean I felt a little sting but it could have just been psychosomatic. We'll just keep an eye on that spot last question okay. That's fine might a bit me. Okay and his grandchildren. Send Him Aggressive. Text do it. I mean technically is my folks. I was in charge of them. How many Earth's best not sit? I'm touching Taty your baby widows hatched. Yes we forgot about them. Yes we discovered them during a podcast because they're everywhere you could fit all the plants between the Earth and the moon all of the planet the planet. Oh my gosh. I had no idea I thought the moon was way closer than that so did I. And that's why we're not destroyed. We are however biologists and we know that dogs are twelve to fourteen inches long. Two three inch take part of so. There's that they used to live in very large towns. I guess is all I really wanted to say about that and we got so much more than that like that was amazing of going. He'll be more wild to pray. Dogs cool why are prairie dogs cooler than tree squirrels Nicole? I guess you've already talked about but like also I don't know anything about tree squirrels. That's fair I do know that they have no facial expressions or do they. They don't are you sure yes? They don't have the musculature for it and they're amazing they use their tail and body language and said there was episode about this man. It was great. Okay I believe okay I was just trying to make like a philosophical like maybe they're communicating as we just understand when the new disci- to me so never mind. Oh I have a random fact for you okay. Apparently they Twice a year they lake replace all of their furs. And that's really important for like birds and mammals. Everybody 'cause keeps you looking fresh and it keeps you warm but they moult twice a year in the spring they moult from head to toe the fall. They vote entailed ahead. I don't know why I just found this fat. They didn't explain anything about it for some reason. They don't always head to toe. Or which is what I would expect. That's so weird. Yeah that's the most random fun fact I've ever heard and I especially appreciate it just for that reason most useless information. It's so useless it's got. Oh okay. Do you think if we had a bracket of the five species of prairie dogs which of those prairie dogs would emerge victorious at the end that champion of the prairie dog tournament. Do they all work together as species? Dogging US okay. Well not anymore because there's so many more of them I mean like I've giant like gang up of every member of the population but asked a representative group of that has to be an individual against the others. They can work as a team because what they do. Best Thirteen players hard obviously but still the other ones are small family groups versus Lake Nieces and uncles and grandparents else. Yeah okay so I believe so yeah. Black don't pray. Dogs are the only ones that live in lake. Big towns that lake. We typically think of as prairie dogs living in right Bacteria dogs I think the most research and the most talked about sue cloudy are the most widespread. Yeah they're everywhere in the we've seen huge declines in their numbers Compared to other ones so But I will say that the here somewhere. Why don't I label? Things said it is writing full sentences in my notes because it makes sense while you're writing them. I mean does it okay. So the bucknell prairie dogs the most researched and has we've seen a lot of decline lake released to be all over the US and now they're like in a very small area but The gunnison has been multiple times Petition to be recognized as threatened species boasts at state level and federal level The black tailed prairie dogs at Colorado special concern animal. So it's kind of like Kansas. We have sink species in need of conservation yes but Colorado they just have like special concern okay. Equivalent kinds like they've been flagged for review but they're not threatened or endangered technically. Yeah so it's it's something that we see these declines and we need to do something about it before they get to that level and on the record I didn't know this for a long time. The states do have their own separate endangered. Threatened lists that can differ slightly from the nationalist so federal protections are kind of extend across the nation state if they have a in their state. That's of special concern. They can add it to their own threaten endangered list right. Yes yes correct. Yeah and Just because like sometimes leaks Arkansas. The Arkansas Dark Darter in Kansas is not threatened anymore But in other states is so even though you know it's everything's connected streams are all connected like technically we don't have to preserve them anyway in Kansas But they do downstream which is weird What is pretty weird? Yeah it's very strange all work together. Yeah only if it gets federally listed. That's what's the coast to make us work together. The Utah and Mexican. Prairie dogs are federally listed as threatened and endangered so Utah is threatened and Mexican is endangered. So they do have some protection behind them but the others do not. Sometimes they've been petition though. Yeah they've like every single species has been of has been brought to you know the powers that be and the powers beer like they're doing pretty bad but not quite bad enough so try again in a couple years but but it seems like with so many states having just like basically open season all year round on prairie dogs and In Kansas legal for the county to come in on your property and force extermination of prairie dogs on your ranch or whatever if they don't like the way that you're treating your own land and so having a federal listing would interfere with a lot of those local regulations would. I'm sure caused a huge uproar even anytime it's considered definitely absolutely and even getting it listed state would never happen. The only way they'd ever be protected federally. Yeah At this point at least Kansas about thirty years thanks on the climate toward prairie dogs in Kansas. Yeah that would never happen. Which is sad. Yeah but it will. We'll just keep installing artificial burrows. I guess Oh like hearkening back to the David Wagner Study Layton. Seventy percent of their study sites were inactive or just gone gain. What time was that? I like a twenty year period. That's so short and that's one of the ones that's listed federally. Wow this is depressing. Cats unlike like easily facts for me. Okay so here's one that people really like to so again plagues one of the biggest things that they have to deal with a great plague if really uplifting So plague is a really big deal with prairie dogs. It sucks But to combat this sometimes fish and wildlife employees or fly helicopters and shoot EMINEM's laced with Lake anti-plague drugs into period on colonies to them survive. Yes it's what is it develop immunity unity. Yeah it's it's like it's like they're giving them a plague shot. Yes but with EMINEM's it's amazing that is truly. The best makes me happy now. They're not doing it for the prairie dogs that we should clarify. We won't talk about that. They're doing very well. I guess technically added doing it for the prairie dogs to preserve an actually endangered species that live inside of them but yeah they are. They are vaccinating. The product specifically so. Yeah so it's pretty cool. Yeah it's adorable this it's not like actually EMINEM's but Lake I've seen it called us in several different forms and it's it's really cute way too late. Make It relatable take the average person you can instantly visualize when Eminem is being chucked out a talking. But it's like from helicopter Clayton dislike. I don't do. They just have like bags. There's pouring out the side that part string a t-shirt goes like a bunch but Lee. Yeah I don't. I don't know the exact method of delivery but they always mentioned the helicopter and I'm like okay so that's pretty good. It's really effective to it is it really is It's expensive though so because the helicopter. Oh it's definitely an expense of like catching dog giving it a shot your dislike. Here's a couple thousand imminent hope you eat one late yeah. It's not super effective in that way can get the play to Mayans. Definitely maybe it has other good effects overdose on plague vaccine. That's a great question. I have no idea. It's like made for a prairie dog and like a mouse eats. It might not be great. Well I know our vet gives our own. No baby spider on just Mike Mike. Hi Baby Whole Web. If you've been there the whole from Oh our vet gives the kangaroo at the same exact dose of rabies vaccine as the possum and the bobcat get Dane. I know I felt really bad for the king. Rudra fluid like what? Why doesn't seem right? And she was like they have the same number of cells so we need the same number vaccine. I was like Interesting yeah so I don't know anything about me either immunology or astrology or vague so I just nothing but very toss drawn astronomy astrology. Yeah same really. Hate me over this episode all but prairie dogs the best there so anything else you WANNA toss into. The prairie dogs are awesome and you should love them campaign. I don't know they're just I don't know there's fascinating they really are. If you ever get a chance to lake go to a prairie dog colony and I don't know interact with them from afar and just listen to them and watch them communicate with each other. It's it's really really cool and if the best you can do is go to the zoo. Then that's cool to try to find like a wild colony. There's several all over the place in Kansas. I know there's some at national wildlife refuge I've seen them just out in western Kansas. Colorado Guston's dogs are everywhere out there There's some imagine say around the other round I Dunno if like a map of colonies because this anywhere but I. I don't know if you're in the Wichita area though. I know we've got listeners from way outside Wichita but yeah. Here's a good place to go and bird-watching pro tip holy smokes. There goes a baby spider. Where does it going? It's just repelling into the sea late. How do they get up? They're not a threat and just like catch the. Oh that's not even my spider that was over one you know how they'll put up little like silk webs electrostatic. Is that what you're saying? Yeah that one time yeah carries him off is that what just happened I think so yes. Fun Fun facts. Riders don't Fly using wind. They FI- using like electricity in the air again. I don't know that kind of science. Physics is not my strong point but something about electricity just constantly blowing our minds with this kind of stuff around here and I'm very happy. We have an outlet for her to also blow everybody else's mind who don't get the privilege of having to work with her. Oh I like how this spray dog episode turn into like Spider Facts. Spiders and cool. Don't squish them. Yes naming basement spiders. Mamer basements fighters who leaves? Oh Yeah I was just GonNa to say that Because so many animals like to use prairie dogs not just for their tunnels but for their blood and flesh tons a great place to go bird watching. You can see some really cool hawks and Golden Eagles in certain parts of Kansas. And we're going. Oh Heck Yeah. Yeah for ruinous hawks. Like to hang on dog towns in Quebec era. Yeah good place to look for lots of other critters. Yeah definitely it's just fun. Seeing an animal is active in the daytime because so many of our animals are just sleep all day and then prowling when it's pitch black makes me happy to see them. They're so funny that jump yet everytime beautiful. Thank you where all my episodes just obnoxious noises. Time the Best Beatles Cauti- you know how our dog will do that when you go into going to see her office when you go into the wildlife exhibit this. Yeah he do that to her. She'll answer you own. She's scared the Jesus. Outta me and when I walked in there and she just started screaming at me. 'cause they're so loud like when you're close to them. Gosh loud kind of terrifying. Yeah I do wonder if you know the reason that prairie dogs in the past like stayed fairly stable until he started losing habitat and all that stuff and now it's really hard to keep a colony growing in their declining so quickly Because those groups are smaller so again that safety in numbers thing where if you have four hundred million prairie dogs it's hard. I anything to sneak up on them right. They're going to do really well as long as they have that space and have the food availability but if you have thirty prairie dogs you know. It's a lot easier for someone to sneak up on them. And if like ten of females get taken out that might be a significant portion of the population breeding population. Yeah so replace themselves very fast. So Yeah Yeah two three years not gonNA do much But that's really sad because it kind of implies that now they've gotten to such low numbers recovering from that. Yeah could be way more difficult than it seems like it should be. Yeah definitely and yeah it and with with any species you kinda get down to a number where scientists have and sugar lake. It's probably not going to recover and buried on our at that point. There's still plenty of chance for them to get better And we've had a lot of amazing success stories across the Great Plains and across the world so it's not all hope is lost But I think definitely changing the Some stigma against prairie dogs going early important And just educating people about how awesome they are like we're doing with this podcast if just a few more. People had prairie dogs as one of their favorites. Yes maybe we could make the environment a better place for dog-loving critters lovers and everything else literally. Everything else the. Oh yeah they are a keystone species era very important if they if they disappear. They're going to have a huge impact on the surrounding plants animals. Everything Dude did you hear I feel like we've told the story before. So if you know it you can take over until it if you want to. But like on tall grass prairie national preserve because they have bison there and prairie dogs when they had those fires a couple of years ago. Yeah did you hear about this okay? So somebody came and spoke at one of our senior. Wednesday events and told a story about when those wildfires are sweeping through Kansas the wildfires sweeping through Kansas. Recently they had both cattle and Bison on their properties and they had prairie dog towns and cattle. Just have no idea what to do with fire and so I know there. During that period of time the fires were so badly there were pictures of cattle grazing in the fires. Feet from them. Like that's crazy. It's horrifyingly sad but anyway killed. Although cattle at tall grass But what was crazy is at the bison instinctively moved on top of the Prairie Dog Town. So guess what happened when the fire reached the prairie dog town because they moved down so far either slowed way down are completely winning. Big Lake extinguish itself didn't have anything to feed Yup exactly. He's really escaped. The fire that killed every like head of cattle on their property because they had that like instinctual historic relationship with the prairie dogs there. And we're able to take cover from the hires and survive. That's amazing I know go. I mean there's so many relationships out there that are not super visible under every context. And so there's so many situations like that were who knows how many things have been affected by the lack of prairie dogs. Yes yeah and it has been documented that whenever fire does go across a prairie Like animals will go down inside a prairie dog burrows to escape that fire out even just sitting on top of actively going underground escaping that heat and all that stuff in the fires in Australia. A wombats. Also make huge burroughs. I didn't know that yeah. That's cool have square poop. And they make huge boroughs. Oh just saying And so they have found like these wombats actually shepherding animals to their burrows. That sounds like a cartoon that cannot be real. It is I like House. Bumps 'cause like that's so cool and like even when they weren't actively being like hey come over here like animals were taking refuge in those boroughs just like animals in the planes in the United States take refuge in prairie dog burrows. Nicole's getting emotional right now. I have to call it out every time I see it so here I am calling out her eyes so it's a shame that especially in the US. They're just there's not here anymore. I guess the prairies. Not here either. So Did you know that talk respiratory is most like well is one of the most Endangered Ecosystems in the World Yep four percent of it is remaining and I've seen estimates as low as two percent of its historic historic. Range is still here and a lot of that is in the foothills of Kansas. And has there's a bunch of rocks so we can't till it gets like the only reason we still have a prairie not terrifying. Yao because like we have more advanced technology now and so those stones are actually I think destroying the Flint Hills. Now because emperor. I don't know what the word has bulldozing excavating. Yeah the limestone and stuff yeah YEP and so now. The thing that saved it as possibly going to cause even more degradation. Yeah golly but it sucks at like one of the things that makes dogs so vilified by people is the thing that made them so valuable yeah to the ecosystem. There burrowing they're trimming the landscape fertilizing. Nice fresh green sprouts. Yeah and like the even when they're thinking they're also just telling up that soil and making it breaking down so that Plants can get all those nutrients that are right. There air lies in the soil. Like there's so much of those boroughs do. It's it's crazy. They're so amazing. I Love Them. It's kind of like a humbling. I guess to think that we really truly can never understand Just how impactful were. Because we're never going to be able to find. Every single variable that got unraveled. We pulled on the thread. That's Nicole don't cry. Holy Crap wasn't supposed to be a sad episode. We're just talking about how lake never know because it's all gone. Oh but it's not. It's not too late laying now. He's still have these small pockets of the planes that are relatively untouched We just have to. We have to do about it. And we have to be proactive. In protect these lands otherwise will be gone forever and our grandchildren will never see A. Prairie and like yeah living in Kansas which is always called a flyover state if you like actually live here and you take the time to explore the prairie. It really is beautiful. Yeah like it's so diverse. There's so many different plants out there in so many different wild flowers and all that stuff and animals and birds and just like it's alive. It really is all of look harder yet. To find it than you do in like a rainforest. Yeah and it's just a shame that it's not more widely respected as love genuinely upsetting totally. Yeah I think I think a lot of us here. The Great Plains Nature Center have a similar. Just passion doesn't even seem like the right word but just love for the prairie ecosystem that needs to own separate episode. Though does it really does. We're all going to have to fight over. Who GETS TO? Call their favorite. Maybe they just have like a massive prairies. Are Our favorite episode. Like where do you live? Praise and go around the circle. Oh Gosh I'd be amazed. Let's do it. Let's do it or news in time. The different live show to it. Would ooh that'd be really cool and get audience participation. Yeah all can we all sing home on the range together at the end. I would crime crying just thinking about me too dude. Here's the real stupid nerdy. It's Kansas Day this week and so I think we're all Kinda like amped up on like home feels but one time I did a Kansas Day program. Were we lead? He like the audience and the song of home on the range and then I tried to sing the second verse and I had to stop in the middle because I got choked up own dorm. It's good okay. Well happy. Kansas Day Week Happy Kansas Day were estate still Yup Yup. We're pretty cool. Stop calling us the desert. Yeah please stop calling us a fly. Dude Yeah. Desserts are super cool so the stop calling his flight risque Sti- heard anything feelings any ecosystems. Because if you're dissing ecosystem it's because you don't yet understand how awesome it is. Okay so it's it's not your fault you just haven't been exposed yet. Yeah Yeah so let yourself be exposed to us. Let us bite you with the venomous wait. What's let us infection? And Oh yes let us infect you with Kansas Love Yes let us infect you with Kansas love. It's only a little contagious. It's only a lot contagious. It's contagious but it's not very detrimental to your health. Yeah it's going to make you better 'cause you're gonna go outside more and just enjoy life fighting nature deficit disorder firsthand. Yes check out our website. Snia Nicole is going to be putting her show on the website deviancy dot org slash. That's no pottery hyphen my favorite. If you want to you can shoot us. An email at my favorite. Gpa DOT ORG or stock us on our website and find our individual emails and just like send Nicole message and be like hey you ding Dong. I love prairie dogs to super dope if he won Thanks to our producers the Great Plains Acre Center who we work for. We're going back in a couple of more weeks with even more favorites. Because everything's favor. Hey Nicole can't tell you a fun fact town. Gosh Yeah I've definitely told you before but I learned it and I can't stop thinking about it. Never come up. So when prairie dogs kiss they are known to touch tons that Free Dogs French. Kiss to say hello to their friends and family that's all.

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Wimbledon Day 11 - Djokovic, Berrettini ready to rumble; Barty vs. Pliskova preview

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Wimbledon Day 11 - Djokovic, Berrettini ready to rumble; Barty vs. Pliskova preview

"Hi this is billie jean king. This is marion. bartoli matt's philander. This is mary carillo. This is pam shriver growing online. You this is yannick noah. And you're listening to the tennis podcasts. So the wimbledon singles final lineups are set. It will be ash party against carolina. Puska ver- in the women's final tomorrow saturday and on sunday it will be matteo. Bertini aiming to stop novak djokovic from achieving the third leg of four slash five in his quest to achieve the calendar slash golden slam and that is because novak djokovic beat dennis chiappa valve in three sets today amitai bertini huber her catch in four but they set. Schools are so far from telling the stories of those too much. I have billie jean cradled in my microphone arm. This is the best podcast recording setup up. I've ever had a living out all of my dreams right here. She's just gently nodding off is. It's all just glorious. David mazzi we've just eaten on. If they want to send us a black code that would be just fine In the excitement of having pam shriver here yesterday. I let you both off the alliteration hook. And i would like an adjective beginning with f with which you would describe today at wimbledon ma. I think you should go first to give davidson time to come up with at least half decent proposal familiar. Fine and as people chew now in the droid. David submission fiery well. You have very different experiences of today. Yes we did with today. Fiery you matt swerved the worst today as well matz strolled through the front door. Having played spent this morning playing tennis. Who say playing tennis practicing for pam. Shriver practicing for pam shriver. How did it go. Well believe it or not was a draw. Here we go. Yeah we split sets and then our time was up. This is exactly what happened. The last time prior to his receiving coaching from pam shriver. So res i think it might stroll through the door with her catch down. Two sets love having just dropped an excruciating six love set. It was awkward. it was painful matt said. Oh what's happening. And her catcher gist come back from his bathroom break at the end of that second set and then suddenly starts making a much of it in the crowd going wild and trying to spur hubert her catch onto this amazing combat. So few you're well today. Fine after michigan the land. Okay but i didn't miss anything fiery you really no stop down got my word. Caffeine was picking on my words. What what are you know the tables turning it it say So he got taper teeny seeing. We've arrived there awkward. That second set. David had a horrible failure to look away. The first two cents were to be quite honest because he came out and he wasn't he love forty down in the first service game and he oh dear just looking in his eyes you know this is a guy who'd polished off down medvedev on that 'cause he come out and he was moved over from another call and he just looked at. How many beats veteran straight-sets drops the six love on him. And you think this guy's just handles this and this was so different. I mean he just looked like somebody had been asked to stand up in front of the school or eight. Just suddenly realize he hadn't done his homework and he hadn't prepared or anything and and he was there he was an the problem is it's here's another one for you. It's like it's like when you get picked for your for school team for of you. Got to pick sides and somebody picks the guy with the bed and the the muscles who's already developed and then somebody picks the near the team picks the one who's who's really young for the range. That's what he looked like. He's up against bertini. Is this massive guy. Who's who looked like. He was he could throw them around like a rag doll. Even though the same same height is such a difference between them and and bertini. You could tell bertini come through his wobbles earlier in the tournament. Just the sort of self doubt need arrived his seeding. He'd arrived where he supposed to be in the draw and this was a different guy he just he just decided he was going to take over and g right catherine the look in her catches face at that. Point was i don't know what to do. Here is really really struggling. He was wobbling. he couldn't find the court really and it was horrible. Four hundred zero p. was the four hundred when he got broken for second time in that second set he did too one four hundred dumped in there and then he sort of kind of shanked one long. It was all wobbly racket. Didn't really come out of his hand. It was just sort of stuck to it. And and total opposite to his back which always look so confident and comfortable and the the direction of the traffic in the rallies of her chen her catch trying to just go to the the bertini back bertini just trying to get the cats four hundred was comical. But i mean it could. It could so easily have been all over in an hour and a half and it's took two catches great credit. I think that he made a match. That joe mcenroe said on today at wimbledon that her catch froze and he melted which is funny how two opposite things can mean pretty much the same thing in this instance just a a sort of breakdown of his game. That mendy wasn't able to play but like we know he can I i wasn't expecting that from her. Catch i mean the way the way one miami so coldly and efficiently while others phrase around him. Exactly you know sit surpass rupe love medvedev. That was kind of their tournaments news. He was the one who took it center in the final wasn't it I guess it just shows how much of a bigger stakes bigger occasions way. More crowd head than there was in miami. Just it will adds up doesn't it. Did he stop thinking. Actually you know people now in poland. For instance start to expect me to be federal for goodness sake beat medvedev. Surely i'm going to be this guy is oh maybe it was because he wasn't wearing his hat. I joked to you all the start of the my. I realized i didn't think i'd ever seen hebrew her catch play tennis without a hat on. I was very discombobulated by and frankly in like he was discombobulated by two goes out for his bathroom break. After the second set the six love set comes back hat on set. one metamorphosis. I mean still. Lost the match. But i would say wearing that hat. He impressed as i was with her. Catch making much of it in that third certain getting the crowd behind him the way he did. I was just as impressed if not more. So by bertini. Winning and winning in four and stemming the flow from hebrew her catch and and not not doubting himself He broke in the first game of the fourth set. Having just dropped the tie-break if ever there was a moment that this match was gonna get difficult for him. It was it was there and he said the knee and his post match interview which was another brilliant. One from him he said. I just felt really confidence that i knew i was playing. Well i felt like the better player on court and he just got back to what he was doing in those in those first couple of sets and it was it was really impressive. Fourth set from bertini. He he's a no nonsense character. And i think he's got a fairly uncomplicated game because he has an enormous serve an enormous forehand. And he's trying to hide his whiteness. It it's something we've had given to us as as the the formula by mary a couple years ago the wa- tennis plan aids and he's he's got a he's figured his out. I think it was packed. Cash you said in our coverage today that he believes that bertini has the most devastating one two punch combination that he's ever seen and he put he cited for instance phenomena gonzales as a player. Who's who you could watch youtube. Reels of spectacular forehands from highly recommend it but in terms of just reliability. It's not like it's not like he has a flash of inspiration to start smashing served and belting for and he can do it for set after set. that's his standard game and it does mean that it's on the opponents to just take that away from him somehow and nobody's being good enough in the last three weeks yeah. I'm so impressed though because he could only leaves today. We're in frankly. He could only lose every match up until this point he was expected to win. This is sort of repeating repeating or analysis of sort of every much of his up to this point and going back to queens but it just sort of. It's even more the case with everyone. How impressive it is just doing it. And and he had a little wobble donegan's felix varela same. That wasn't a great a great match from either player and he didn't mobile today. And that was a wimbledon semifinal unknow he'd reach born grand slam final semi final before at the us open but that was a wimbledon semifinal and. He did not blink. And i found that very impressive and yet she said after the match that the the hammering took against roger federer on center courts in the fourth round couple years ago. He felt like that helped him. Today i may be the failing of well. It can't go as badly as that. But i love the fact that that stayed with him all the time. I i know that i've had experiences in my career. Not on a tennis court in in life where something is really bothered me. you know. something's gone wrong. I've made a bad decision. I've done something not not well. And and i can't put it behind me until i put it right and i. I suspect that he is the way he spoken in the way. I always go back to the instagram live. He did with. Chris have it just the way he spoke to her. As this work in progress is this person who's determined to understand his game and how to improve. It really made me look at him in a different light. And then he came. And then the win over hatch averts strain open where he just had to show such perseverance to go with his blistering game because he got another guy down the other end with also blistering game and yet he went in three time breaks. I i find that really impressive And it's interesting this this pressure situation that he's where he is the favourite. He's been thrust into that pretty quickly. If the story of men's tennis over the last ten or fifteen years is is that if you're not one of the big four. Maybe wavering cut certain times as well you pretty much always playing without that much pressure in these big matches because you're not expected to win them because those players is pretty pretty much always been there but all grasscourt season. He has carried a an expectation that he should be winning matches. He said at queen's didn't want to win this tournament he was a number one seat and he did and he's done the same thing at wimbledon and he's not had. If we're being honest the toughest raw you know. He's he was in a part of the drawer. Where federal wasn't there jackovitch wasn't there but he's just done exactly what was required of him and i think that's really impressive because it's a new. It's a new feeling for him and yet he's responded to it brilliantly and what you're saying that about his by his game david just how big it is not serve in that forehand. How reliable it is. Sometimes you see big powerful pliers who can fill like they dictate the match on on their record. Sometimes they're very even in terms of winners and unforced errors. It's brilliant or it's terrible. He's not ready light that i mean his stats today. Sixty winners eighteen unforced errors face and i. It's not it doesn't feel all or nothing. He's gotten he's got cover on the ball. He does with the power key kid. We spur a thought. And a moment for luca bertini mateos father. He had a difficult time to the first person i've seen the wimbledon play box with a with vape. Oh did he to calm. Calm his nerves Presumably wasn't using it but he was holding it. I think maybe it's allowed in cases of existential crisis. Clearly definitely what was happening today. You're going to be pulling his cap. Further and further overs is just to sit of bertini was sort of in control of the match for most of its duration and yet luke bertini was just a mess. A word for sunday yes. He was pulling facial expressions. That would have been more appropriate if he was supporting her. Cats and his mom was just beaming with pride and filming him at the end it was all boom and loveliness from the his brother. Were there was there. They could not look less alike. Yeah islam blonde blonde and was just off on his phone for most of it was very different vibes emanating from the from the bertini so that was bertini making his way through to the final in the first much that he then got to put his feet up he said he was asked actually in his own court interview whether he would watch the second match and he said. I don't think i'll be able to stop myself from at least keeping an eye on it. So presumably he watched ferrell bit of dennis chiappa valve against nova jovic which was a straight set win for nova jovic but one that jovic acknowledged himself On the court after it in you couldn't but acknowledge that it was. It was so much more complicated than that and for a lot of that much. If not all of it. Chiappa valve was the better player. I think he just didn't win. The important points. I would say he was for all of the match He was in it and for the first two sets. He was throughout throughout them. He was the better player. Yes i agree with you. I mean he was break up in the first set and immediately came out from the gun just going for it and in that way that when he's on he's just so much fun to watch he does uplift you as an observer. If you like sport you can't fail to like what you're seeing with his shot making it takes your breath away. And he was given the best of that he's got and then i mean he lost that first set and he shouldn't have done he should have won. That set he got two five four. Thirty all And yet i. I've i've i find myself saying that. And then i i check myself because he didn't win it on one of the reasons he didn't win. It is because of the guy down the other end. And sometimes the genius of novak djokovic goes unseen what. He's doing to an opponent the way he makes them choke the way he narrows the court the feel of the court and they end up missing and that mental game is so strong. But it's funny. You know we'll look back at that match in years to come into probably just see the score and probably move on to be there to commentate on it to watch. It is a very different experience. It wasn't seven six seven five seven. Five in in reality. Didn't fail at that yet. Obviously you can't prove this but it. It felt like chiappa valve would have beaten so many players today with how he played and the level played and yet the reason he lost in straight sets was yes partly his inexperience and the way he still needs to improve in tight moments but it felt like it was mainly down to novak djokovic down the other end Who not for the first time on on any call but especially on call thinking the two thousand nineteen final against fetters. The classic example just one without playing his best and yet saved his best tennis for the key moments in the match. He he is. He's the best of that of just. just winning. Needs to knuckling down not missing defending better than ever forcing shop about of extra shots. And he just he just timed it perfectly. At the end of every single set it was it was. It was a classic djokovic twin really in that in that sense and and it was also a classic of someone challenging djokovic playing brilliantly but either not taking their break points i think shepherd mr load especially in the first two sets or not closing out the set when he had the chance and as two things were just in tandem with one another. Yeah i mean. I don't wanna take. I agree with everything you've said about the way jovovich illicit these performances from his opponents and that one of his greatest strengths in. It's it's a tough sell that kind of strength because it's not dazzling in the way that shop valves strength the dazzling and i don't want to detract from that but i think you've been slightly kind to i set shop. Vilo of their. He definitely should have won that first. Set that the the game that he where he was serving trying to serve the certain he got broke. He missed a horrible cheapie. Yes he missed. A horror forehand at five four thirty all he had the whole cool for anyone loans kasit golden for a couple couple short selection wise. I mean again i know. That's what jovovich does he makes. You think you could go for more etc cetera believe is also what dina chiappa valve does in tight moments. He quite often picks the wrong shot. I don't want to be down on. Dennis epa valve and there was a point in this match when i thought i was going to be down on him on the podcast. And that was it two sets to love down because i felt like i felt like it was familiar friday. It all felt so predictable. He's played really well. he's challenged. He hasn't taken his chances. He's two sets to love down but that third set the way he played in it And stuck with it And and dug in and show to resilience and really nearly took it to a fourth. That felt like that showed me something about about dennis chef evolve because everybody could feel the inevitability at the end of that second set. Everybody could fill it. He would have been able to feel it and the way he kept fighting and left the court in tears wreck really came into the press conference still iraq very composed rack. He spoke extremely well But that is. I didn't name. That's changed something slightly in my mind but dennis chef valve knows a a quite actually really stood out from his press conference where he said I think what hurt this time is. I feel like the game is there. I felt it was possible to win the trophy. It's a feeling i've never felt. I found that really interesting. He it's like he should've went on the cool with the attitude of i'll give it a go. We'll try and convince myself. I can win this but really deep down am i probably can't and actually convinced himself in the process of it that it could be a reality said. I felt like from the back. I was out playing novak and yet that's not true in the third set but definitely for the first set in a loss of the second set and siskind son incredibly sadistic but i loved those tears. Oh yeah i am actually jackovitch. A no. he's. He's very generous when he wins. He's very generous to opponents. Typically but he his analysis of what went on in his first answer was was bang on the he felt the school. I'm was unrepresentative of what happened out. There and that probably chep about was the better player for the first couple of sets and to be honest it felt more like a four set win to me. It felt more like seven. Six five seven does that mean predictions points. Please say desperately need sorry. But i i do feel that this is something to build on first. Chevelle of he needs to. He needs to remember that feeling of i. I could have won this. I actually personally. I don't believe that. Because i think the still a big difference between the two even at top level chiappa valve at the moment he can he. He played close to his best. I think and he didn't win a set and and because of his mind not because of his tenant yes. But that's what jocks. When we just saw the the women highlights shown tim and said he you to given giacobbe about a six and a half out of ten today and john mcenroe was up in arms about that and frankly so am i. Because he didn't try to play spectacular tennis. He didn't try to out. Hit or in a take on. Dennis chaparral oliver his own game. He played his game. He played lockdown tennis and managed to win and manage the situation. And i think that says everything about him It was it was ten at a ten foot. Jackovitch was trying to do for sure. I mean it was it was x. Expert performance as you said just his managing the match. It was it was perfect. He got it done in straight sets against a guy who was playing pretty much as well as he can. But i think it was gareth. Southgate's england against against croatia ogle the public. Yeah but i think djokovic can play more expansively than that and more adventurously and not sure he could against chef avello plainly that this room. I think you you you cut your cloth. Possibly i found the. I said he wasn't timing the ball but well really tight to me in the first set on that arm was not lease definitely eavesdropping. The ball dropping. The quest short and chapa valve made the most of it. I it struck me stroked me. That dennis shop of alevis is just the wrong amount of young at the moment. The a graphic flashed up on the screen mid match possibly unfair one or a slightly misleading. One about him only ever having one top five win and that was that she in his first ever match against a top five player. The macci one against the doll in twenty seventeen in montreal. He's not beaten a top-five place since then. Now look i not talk. Five wins are hard to come by. Most of those much is r- against an adult federal jovic. I think there was one against vir of verve team anderson very team and anderson's look yeah make if that statistic what you will. But he's not so young that he's completely fearless and going on court with nothing to lose but he's not old enough to have the experience if these matches and these moments yet so he's kind of caught in between. I think that's mentally quite difficult place for him to be and the next couple of years of the sweet spot because if you linger in that place too long. The mental baggage accumulates and you're too far away from the fearlessness of of youth. The you need to start converting the experience into wins before the experience becomes baggage. And i really hope that that is the case and today imtiyaz reaction today to today gives me restored hope and that is a dangerous place to be. Finish of all but slightly renewed. Hope that he will do that. Agree and also because he can actually play on all surfaces. He's got a chance really to. he now. Needs to build incrementally really from where he is rather than these veering. This veering graph that he's had of the is going up and down. And i i would like to think that that experience will will just make him reapply himself. He he he had that thing to suddenly looking completely shouted member federal saying after his law sees us how you feel right now he said mostly just feel exhausted because pam was talking about yesterday when she the second you go out of the tournament it all just hits you and it seemed like that. Finish up evolve. He was asked about his decision not spray. The olympics and he said is largely down to the restrictions and the bubble. he said. i've been here a month. It's been great of made the most of it. But i can't face it and he said i'm i'm i can't quite remember his turn of phrase but it's quite powerful really. It was a bit of a gut punch. Yeah many face doing it again yeah. It's another reminder isn't it if If what the players are pretty themselves through and look i know. It's not what a lot of people suffering relation to this pandemic. That is not nothing. It's not just a couple of steps by the way that First of all those break points. I think it was something like in the second set. It was five break points in the set that that chef fell. Hadn't he took zero of them in chocolate. You only had the one and he took it and that was the set over but the the stat that struck me more than ever with something that gave me towards the end of the first set. When i knew i was about to come out in the second set of the difference in win loss at grand slams for jackovitch when he wins the first set versus when he loses it. I could not. I mean i can't believe it but it's just so eye watering the in when he loses the first set at a grand slam he's virtually fifty fifty for that for the match. Thirty five wins thirty four defeats and that compares to nidal. Who's thirty one wins. Thirty two defeats so very similar. Federal was thirty. Nine wins forty three defeats but if jackovitch gets the first set on the board. He's won two hundred sixty eight and lost five. I how many of these five against were were brinker. Three of them. He's the only guy who was able to consistently eight jackovitch after dropping. The first set very sad about this past tense there but it's probably a reality. Yeah yeah i mean he drops the. I certainly goes you right where i won't fit. That is unique yes absolutely unique stem over inequality rough on the dow did at once in yoga. Meltzer did it once. And the only black who's ever really been may arguably best outer is very rinker in that certainly in that little microcosm between the tae. Yeah and terrible namedrop. But when billie jean king was she she was talking about that and she said the first set is so key. Actually what happened was ye said that. And she hard agreed with the math. And billie jean king bonding and and you would think in five-set tennis that it wouldn't matter as much that you would have more time to get back into the match but those djokovic stats disprove. That theory look neater. Look into it more. Maybe it is the case that there are more comebacks from plaza. Lose the first set over five compared to over three. But i mean another stat that we had today was that bertini is never lost a match on grass when he's won the first at night. Yes yes yes. Yes so the first set in sunday's final Veils absolutely k. I could imagine that being a tie-break set. Unless i mean obviously. We don't know where the bertini will be able to cope with this. What do we think i think he will. Personally i think i trust his Trustees he's such a workmanlike play for somebody who's explosive disease. He's also very workman-like leeann. Leeann smith was on five live fee earlier and listen to tim during the first much her catch bertini much and there was some chat about who jovovich would prefer to get through who he would prefer to play in the final and leon was was pretty adamant at this stage. The her catch bertini much in very early stages all hung in the balance. The the facts that her catch can't play without his baseball cap. Had not come to anybody's attention on stage and liam was pretty adamant that cheap points. Everything when you face novak djokovic because the relentlessness of being in rallies against him the relentless pressure of it is simply too much to handle. If you're doing on every point you need some rest bite in the full move cheap easy points and yeah i mean. I'm i'm sure someone listening to this is going to look up his record against big servers. And tell me that it completely disproves that point but it makes total sense to me and i'm bertini is a big server but he has a massive forehand as well. He has a good backhand slice. He's got way more facets to his game than the classic big servers. You think of in men's tennis is no polka karlovic. He's he's way better than them. Yeah round valley we talk but obviously rallying jovic is is not the doing on. Every single point is not the route to being the wimbledon title. He will need that serve. I'm a. I'm trying to think of past matches. Their french open much is obviously for set. How with jovic at picking the bertini served greater early on. I mean i think didn't win the first well. What was weighed about that matches. It is the curfew hit halfway through and bertini was playing really. Well and think was trumpeting. Joke fish causing him. Some problems and then djokovic completely took over when it went behind closed doors I think i think what we learned from that matches that both bertini can her jackovitch but oh said job. But oh said jovovich can exploit parts of bertini's game and ultimately. That is what. I would expect to happen again on sunday. I think bertini. i'm pretty. Sure bertini if he turns up which i think he will. I think in the game to win set. Well i mean it was for jackovitch. It was six three six two six seven seven five that match against bertini. The french chairman. This is what i recall from it. That those six three six two i two sets. He was just handcuffing bertini behind the base time because he was picking his re his server. At least the difference with chocolate is when he gets a racket on on the return. It's not just getting it back in place. Shelvin it back down the middle and landing on the little. Marc in the center of the baseline. And that's that's where all full marks of bain and where all a bad bounces are gonna come and there's no real chance for bertini thing get on top. That's the proper you. I think you're absolutely right catherine. He needs to some cheap points somehow. He's got a hit his marks well enough on that serve that he gets some unreturnable. Some aces and enough returns that he can follow it without forehand. And that's what i think will will get him to a first tie-break. I think he can do it. I think he's serving better than he wasn't running garage he is. He's more effective on grants. A think he will get himself into a first-set tie-break question is whether we can win it. in is finally just thinking about that match now. The french open. I've realized that that was a different novak djokovic my mind because that was before the nidal match and going into that nadal match it seems ridiculous now but i genuinely had some doubts about djokovic i mean i know he he wanted to ran openness though the season and he had mentioned how he was so focused on the slams more than ever the stage in his career. But you know he'd lost to corrupt savvy. Lost dan evans. He hadn't actually looked that impressive between the australian open and the french open. And i genuinely was just wondering where his game was at but ever since he beat the dull. I suddenly think he's unbeatable. Yeah that match has changed my perception of him massively this i think it might have even changed his own plan. I think it had a little bit. He he i think in his mind is going all out. Thir- everson this year. The ones that matter we know. But i think he concrete believes and and fronting up about it as well. He said in his press conference afterwards he said he was. I think he was all about how much crowd support. He can expect. Because you know we all remember what it was like. The last time he played a wimbledon. Fine on there definitely is a i feel like there's a wariness about him towards the wimbledon crowns possibly. I mean it's cumulative but launch easy to that experience two years ago. He's perfectly charming. In fact he seems like he's making extra effort to to be charming in his post much interviews. He's really engaging with richie societies. He's doing them for for the bbc. But i just sent. In his demeanor there is a a wariness in a slight defensiveness about him towards women crowd entirely understandably anyway he was asked about it and it's as much press and he said. I hope i get some support. I hope that the crowd will understand what i'm trying to do this year. That's great growth. I love that. Yeah well it'll be very interesting to see whether that plays out in the final because they will go for the underdog. Because that's that happens in sports particularly in this country. I think more than any other. I think i think in america. Yes they they go for people that love but they don't mind winner you know. They want they want to support a champion. A lot of the time And the certainly seems to be more people celebrating. Everything jockey rich does in certain other countries in britain they will go for bertini. They will like the idea of game for this guy who's never wanted before and his challenging the all time great but it will be very interesting If jackovitch gets close whether the re- realization of actually yeah three legs of the the grand slam in three out of the five if you can include the gold medal whether that becomes a factor because it it is interesting to be part of history. I certainly think if we get to the. Us open that that will be very interesting story. to follow. It'll be the story all three of them at the. Us open on twenty with jovovich on for calendar. Slash golden slam. I mean it's just unthinkable. Massive with serena possibly playing hello slam anyway somewhat ahead of ourselves think americans think will sniffling pathetic loses for our attitude towards underdogs. Very easy right they do. They're like well we will. We will winners. Yeah other stephanie. A difference in attitude. We're i mean. I do think i'm the same i if i'm in a sporting arena. I will usually end up pulling for the underdog. I'm sure that's just my my britishness coming out and what we are conditioned to be like and i don't even know really where it comes from eagle types. I read well. We're all plumbing embarrassed by our own shadow off. The timer is in this country. I don't really know what's what the the origin of it is. But i'm definitely failed. It will send a be pulling for carolina puska. Then that's a very good question. See ash is probably more in the raj. Ephedra mold of being world number one and a favorite. Who do maybe. It's just rude to pull against. Ashburton like she's she so human and likable. And we've all seen the picture of over the trophy when she was seven years old. Or whatever and you can't pull against that face. So i think that's so true. I think it's more that than anything and also tennis is joyful and counting the risk of his tennis. I mean it was fantastic in the semi final. It was. It was really thrilling. Actually it was. It was exciting to watch her play like that. It is not always like that. I think that's fair to say if she brings it. I think her tennis will rows support but from the stone i would expect nationality to have more support because i don't think there's a really clear underdog in the way that there is embarrassed teeny jackovitch. I mean i think about is the favourite. But it's it's not as much of a favorite jackovich's but he's just immensely popular isn't she. She is. she's i think people find relatable the way she talks and they love watching it. I mean it's it is the closest thing i can imagine to federa in terms of the way she plays and the way she talks. Now there's a real change in the way she talks publicly it's Infectious yeah Well she said out loud hasn't shay. This has been this to the theme of press conferences. This tournament is the fact that she said out loud that she has always dreamt of winning wimbledon and she said in her own co interview that it would be shouted dream fulfilled if she does win on saturday and yeah that is indicative of someone who as we were talking about yesterday with pam shriver is is i think More confident in who she is No long well not afraid of falling short. I think she might not have set that before because she was worried that she might for sure. I think she. She's not worried about that anymore. She so confident in her own approach to the sport and think think that's connected with a lot of people that that she has had that in her words courage to sort of lay out her ambitions in front of everyone. I think think people respect that and understand that. She's you know in her would. she's in on. That sort of journey hasn't shave in tennis has been it's her. Road is should different. One to have one else's i've just had another vision. If the uncertain future to to bring a bhatti wins. Wimbledon wins the usa. Ben goes to australia playing for the career slam. All of that could happen. One though on well home players winning their home slam is something that we've not had a great deal of in tennis. Besides american women in america Recently of see. We've andy murray stunning wimbledon. But i i would love fresh policy twin the australian open. I just i should match now. I agree with you. But i tell you an australian. Winning wimbledon is quite site are member from layton hewitt how it took me aback. How much that meant to him and taught me back hearing your interview with pat rafter last year when when he let let us into his heartache at having not won wimbledon and the all our eyes were focused on gore and he he's now okay well pat. Rafter made it very clear that some degree he wasn't. Okay abounded even now He's he's okay enough but it still hurts him and bharti talked about. It is the most important tournament in the world ready. Even though that home grandson would be an incredible thing if she could put it off. That's more i feel that. That's more pressure that's more kind of. I hope i can do it. Because it's my home grand slam whereas winning wimbledon is just the stuff that dreams of made of for her and Yeah that's going to be really emotionally. If she wins it. And i'm sure it will be emotion if cannon political wins it for completely different reasons. She because of the doubts and the assumption for me. I do not expect her to win. A grand slam. I said it fun. Still saint now but she might just maybe look a full tomorrow. T- pm on saturday tomorrow. The women's final balti- against bush giver followed by the women's doubles final. Veronica could mott over and elena viz nina who of course won the title love and love. Didn't she alongside. He was visiting his partner was resist. Makarov makarova maybe guy. They saved multiple match points today. Yeah thrilling comeback. Yes they will play suez shea and liza mertens in the women's doubles final tamari fully by the men's doubles final. Nikola mctighe matei popovich. The top seeds against muss ogunkoya's and horatio the bios it will be harriet. Dot and joe souls bree that play the mixed doubles final on sunday extraordinary stuff from them to win today and they will face either neil scerzusky and does ray craft chick or jump is and zhang way who played tomorrow on court number-one for place in that final government are interested to us. Oh nice so it could be three brits in the mixed doubles when i was doing that mixed doubles match the other night with neil scopes gain volve justice the margins were sh- were on display there in the first set tiebreak john jillian rosia hit a forehand onset points that missed by about half a centimeter and then they lost the match from there And yeah and the crowd was so into that. I mean it's a. It's one of the things i love about. Wimbledon is how into the doubles. They are and they stay for the doubles and they get passionate about it. And and yeah. I'll be there court one. We had a result. Today and some champions in the quote wilshire doubles and that was under lap zone of great britain and david wagner his american partner beating. Dylan oh caught. And sam schroeder six one three six six four to win the court. Wheelchair doubles title. The other wheelchair singles and doubles finals are the weekend. We had semifinals today. Say we'll keep you posted on that and the genie results as they come in. I think that's it for fiery familiar. Fine fine enjoyed fine friday. We'll with super today. Tomorrow's join us that we'll have zeus council mouthful and rogue with us. We'll have mauka or mascot will have billie. Jean and billie jean king chris album lee will be our executive producer as he was today and every day and we'll have shoutouts who they today chris. Lewis eyelid chris like chris. Albert lee coomer virtually sport jacob caravel. Oh like caramel lovely. Thank you very much jacob. By jacob murphy the football her apparently got a six year contract for newcastle. 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Roland Garros Day 8 - Serena sunk; Federer pulls out

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Roland Garros Day 8 - Serena sunk; Federer pulls out

"Hi this is billie jean king. This is marion. bartoli mats wilander. This is mary carillo sandra winker. This is yannick noah. And you're listening to podcasts nine. Oh three as we record. Tonight's tennis podcast ninety three. Uk time ten three paris time. Kennedy corean alexander zverev currently on court after fifty. Two minutes of battles six four to love. Say he's currently getting the french tennis federation off the hook of a scandalously late finish which i think was what everybody was expecting of initial queries. Era of battle could be more twists and turns to come if there are any in the next forty five to fifty minutes will keep you abreast of them. But we're planning not to record any addendums to tonight's podcasts. David these are best laid plans but anything could happen the next two. Let's see but no it's been a really interesting day. And it's interesting watching various coming out just as he has now absolutely slashing the ball from bowl one. He went three love up. He was doing all the things that i think people have been saying. For the last six years you should do as a six hundred seventy tennis player playing from the baseline not standing on the back fence but standing up in the court when ten minutes later it was thrill because nishikori it hit back but yeah interesting to see if if this is a one off forever whether this is going to be the new him yup everything he said. I'm sure is really interesting. That david. But i'm afraid my mind was thinking only about whether it's addendums or addenda ya and whether i go wrong matt addenda. Is anyone ever use. I was gonna say the door made more than one. They must have done. No okay answers on a postcard please. It's been it's a big old exhausting day. A roland garros say. Please forgive my grammar. Yeah because i mean lots of big things have happened to in particular to particularly big things have happened. And they are not unrelated. I suppose today just might be the day that we saw. The last of both federal and serena williams in french open action. It might not be it. Might be so one of them and not the other but it very well might be the last day of friendship and action for both the current to greatest players of all time. I would say i mean. Obviously that's a fluid situation in the men's game but in in the women's game and the game ruled i'd say serena williams is absolutely the greatest player of all time and that makes it a a pretty seismic day. It's unfortunate that we can't sort of definitively talk about it. As such and serena williams after her defeat today to elena rabat cana which will get on talking about. She was of course asked about the way. She saluted the crowd as she left the court. Just a hovering of an extra split second or two long enough to put the question in everyone's minds just as it was after the australian open all after exit from the australian open and she shouldn't dismiss the question but she sent he wasn't drawn on it either so all we have is speculation but the fact that there are thirty nine years of age and they must come to an end at some stage and there is a good chance that this is the end them both. Yeah know not really thought about it in those terms really. I only i think only really thought about it in federal terms because we were we were talking about it last night but of course you right and yeah that that does take some getting used to simply because we just we just don't really know anything else. Okay i do. Because i'm i'm extremely old but youtube. I mean when how old were you. When roger federer and serena williams were not tennis players. Catherine i mean you're talking nine hundred ninety eight. Federal turn pro serena came on the circuit. So you were. What twelve yet. That was twelve. Thirteen is when i got into tennis so i i mean. I was very much aware of tennis before that because my family were very into it. But in terms of my. My life of sitting down and choosing to sunday's matches roja veterans rian. Williams have been a constant in that i was. I was one when when they turn so. Yeah i mean. They've been complete constant not just in my tennis watching life but in pretty much over the life i can remember. Federal and serena have been part of it so yeah it does q you a bit to think that they might you know this could be the last time they they each play. One of the biggest tournaments we have Why can't we just have a nice neat conclusion. Why does it have to be so up in the air. I mean obviously understand the answer to that but you know it's nice to know where you stand isn't it but yeah it really is. I mean two very very different exit from the tournament. Today we had serena williams losing out to elena rabat. Connecticut happened about but three hours ago. Now is we record this and around about three hours before that we had roger federer releasing a statement. Rather i mean roland garros racist statement today to say Roland garros tournament organizers. If learned that roger federer has withdrawn from the fourth round of the tournament after discussions with my team. He said. i've decided. I will need to pull out a fallen girls today after two knee surgeries and over a year of rehabilitation. It's important that i listened to my body and make sure don't push myself too quickly on my road to recovery. I'm thrilled to have gotten three matches under my belt. There is no greater feeling than being back on the court and the f. t. continued roland garros. Tournament is sorry about the withdrawal of roger. federer. He put up an incredible fight last night. We were all delighted to see your back in paris where he played three high level matches. We wish him all the best for the rest of the seasons at key for j. tournament writer. Can you imagine a statement like that about anybody. Else's withdraw rule. I mean possibly serena williams. You'd hope rafael nadal. But it's extraordinary to get a comment from the tournament director after after an injury withdrawal from tournament. So it wasn't that unexpected. After roger federer's press conference last night that happened after we recorded cost for the second time editor. Patrick not quite prepared to stay. Open wait for us. Tula denver veterans press conference. But he did hint that he would make a decision today based on how he felt of to waking up from three and a half hour battle. What would we like to do with a stronger. Federa and his withdrawal of serena williams and her loss i think federa in this instance And actually i don't think is unusual for tournament directed comment about an injured player. I've written press release is quoting the tournament director queens many times when people have withdrawn. But that's always been with an injury. Specific acute just happened in jury stops them playing in the next round as as far as i can recall. At least i mean look occasionally. There have been differences to that. Somebody sites fatigue particularly at a at a tournament is lower level tournament that a grand slam. What's unheard of. As far as i can tell is a player during a grand slam withdrawing from that grand slam not acutely injured with a new injury in order to preserve themselves for another grand slam. That's on the horizon. I don't really recall anything quite like this. The have been some situations. I think where players have made it clear. Look my main focus is the one in the distance. Because that's the one more light to do well at But to preemptively withdrawal precaution. I think is is highly unusual to the point of being pretty much unprecedented as far as i can't think of any and look it's got people talking a i didn't say the press current i didn't hear it. I don't exactly what was said. I've read the quotes and they they did sort of take you back a little bit. Not that it's a surprise. He's feeling like that. Because i i completely get you know he's had eighteen months. He's thirty nine years of age. He does now long is left in those knees and he really wants to have one big run and his best chances. At wimbledon it makes total sense in terms of logic. But is it right is that is not the right thing to be doing when it's a grand slam tournament you've just handed and you've just bayton this guy and it was fantastic last night and he did a great job and he showed all grit and determination to get through and then you end up finding out the next day out. Well that's it then now he. He didn't hurt himself in that match. But he's pulling any way. And i think that that's quite hard for some people to stomach really. Even patrick mcenroe. I saw. Who's who's a pretty major evangelist for roger federalized. Many many many people are including self amongst it. Big fan of the demand is a person and as a player of course. But it's it does gye you. It does john. You and i think maybe the problem is. I don't want players to lie. And i wanted to to be to be transparent. And he was transparent us night he just said the truth and so i can't knock him for that and the logical. So is there for for the decisions taken and yet. So i think in the end i end up thinking well. He it is different. For him and serena for instance to everybody else maybe you could doubt in that category Who's done everything that he's done and he's the age the years and it's clearly the end in sight fair enough is is what i end up thinking about it but it's it is a slightly awkward failing Yeah i feel very uncomfortable about it. Because i i feel very muddy abound to. I don't have a sort of twitter tweet. Length worthy the the ikin either easily. Summarize on it i. i absolutely think it's thin for federer and selfishly somebody that loves and is invested in sport. It's very very clear whether you would categorize yourself as roger federer fan or not the longevity of federal in this sport is is in its interest the long the more we can eek out. If if ephedrine this applies to serena williams equally for me. The better for the sport. I i want him to be able to challenge wimbledon. I want him to be able to to be a factor for the rest of the season to be contributing to the profile on the wash ability of tennis and without question with a view to all of those factors. I think this is the right decision but that doesn't make it right now. I don't know whether this is right or wrong. I know that bending the having one rule for one person on one roof and other doesn't seem right but equally. he's thirty nine years old. This is unprecedented. you know. i know. We had jimmy connors thirty nine usa in but what. He's doing what he's trying to do. At thirty nine his status in the sport everything is unprecedented so there is an argument that he's completely earned special consideration but on the other hand. I can't help but feel uncomfortable with it. An uncomfortable with what it says about the integrity would it does the integrity of the sport and the grand slam events and my next point is absolutely not roger. Federer's foltz but this decision would absolutely be treated differently. If it were novak djokovic making it i mean i think it would be received twice as negatively. If it were novak djokovic and ten times is if it was serena williams may now that's neither here nor there if it in terms of federal decision but in terms of how we will assess that decision. I think we should probably all keep that in mind because while he is absolutely earned some special consideration i also think he gets leeway too much leeway. Sometimes i id because of how evangelical people people feel abouts in. Yeah i agree. Federer gets away with stuff partly because he's in a situation like this. He's retired from no matches in. His career is withdrawn from five tournaments in his long career. No one is saying that any time. Federer has been bring into question the integrity of the sport. All the tournaments. He's playing. This is a one off thing at a particular stage of his career as you both explained and the french open is a week later and a week closer to wimbledon than it normally is again. It's an atypical year But i completely agree. I think we could be in a situation. In years. To come where serena pops djokovic tall perhaps take a similar decision as they prioritize a different major tournament for example and i think in those instances it would be very important to remember the slack that federal has been cut for this by most people. I think in this instance. It's a classic tennis conflict. Isn't it players versus tournaments. We talk about that all the time in terms of atp politics at the moment and this is the nub of this issue as well Something i would say is. What was the alternative the federal. Let's say let's say he had done what we were anticipating him to do when we were called it the costs that never made it to air last night and just took his foot off the pedal a bit in that match didn't win it. No one would have been questioning that everyone would have said. You know it's federa. He paid his match. he lost. he didn't have it into win. I mean could you argue. He he gave a lot to this tournament last night by winning. That match is very good. Point another alternative those that he goes out tomorrow and plays hard and gets it handed to him by matteo bertini out and plays cassini tennis shoulder. I'm not gonna hit more than three shots in a rally and gives us a little a lotta fun or wins and then runs into jackovitch. I mean the there are some might say yet. You just you didn't wanna tight you. You didn't wanna guy into holler wimbledon on the back of a of a demolition job at the hands of one of those two yet. No i completely agree. I do think this scenario came up a little ba- much a much smaller event. I think that's why. I think one of the problems people have with this is that this is a grand slam but i remember in vienna. Last year djokovic went to vienna for the world number one spot he clinched it and then he basically tanked next match against ago and we were critical of him for that Yep absolutely so. I think the only oversee the only acceptable thing to do for everyone is to go out and his next match players hard as he possibly can. But then that might not be the best decision for russia federer now than it comes back to that tension of player versus tournament. And i'm not sure anyone's got a perfect as you say neat summary of what the right thing to do is take is. I'm going to take us to a hugely hypothetical place now. So buckle up. Do you think this decision is an indicator. And we're always on the lookout for these indicators. Don't give me that look david. Everybody's on high alert for the indicators. Do you think this decision is an indicator that he thinks. It probably is loss french open and he wants to go out on a win and ob a win win in front of no crowds but one. He's really proud of and will savor narc. I think it could. Well be an indicator that it's his final friendship. But i don't think it's about that win. I think it's about wimbledon. I think is about maximizing. His chances of winning wimbledon in what was is probably or may well be his final year is not doing anything to lower the stakes in the pressure on him at wimbledon not. That's that's the flip side. That's how he likes it he the and the and it's not just him. It's all of these players. you give them a goal. You give them the thing that they are going to concentrate everything on my word back them to have a good run at it. Do you agree with that. my i'm looking indicators whether or no indicators i completely agree with everything david just said i totally believe federal when he says this is about wimbledon and actually. He's been saying that were year. He said right back when he came back and doha. My season starts with a k. One more hypothetical you. I will draw you on one of these articles. Would if if the friendship and hadn't moved back a week and they were were a lovely extra week is we've been used for the past few years between the clay court season and the grass with this decision be different. Maybe but i actually think that he's genuine when he says he's he's done better than he thought he would do. I think tha comes through three matches including that one last night and to look physically. I think that's what makes it slightly jar. Even more for us is he looked good. So don't stop carry on the from his perspective. I think he's really pleasantly surprised with how well it's gone. And so i don't think he would necessarily have planned anything more without extra know. How do we think we tell you about teeny feels about this delighted. I mean sometimes though sometimes can throw you off your rhythm and he's probably gonna backed himself. Imagine imagine you want to go into facing jackovitch off the back of a federal win not off the mark of four days off. Maybe but i think it would have been emotionally draining for him as well because he he's had some tough experiences against federal he's He reveres him. We know that. And i think he needs I think you'll have a better idea of being just coming out fresh. He needs to be out of t to beat novak djokovic which is going to be one he wants to do. He's not just there to make it the numbers he's got to be prepared to just go full on fallow for many hours. It takes so as much as he's gotten the tank. The better interesting serena williams lost today in straight-sets to elena rebecca. I was uncommon. Gt for yours today. Mostly focusing on danila medvedev comedy. If i got paid to do that but it meant that my journey home coincided. With most of this serena williams march. So i'm gonna need somebody else to put their hands up and tell me and the listeners. What happened why. Serena has crashed out of the french open. When we'd just got so excited about a serena take final and why elena. Rebecca finds herself a french open. Quarter-finalist david don't get quiet me now. I saw your hand. Briefly flicker up is this. This will like an auction mart. My hand was up to offer the floor to matt. And i was nothing. David that excuse does not fly in an auction. Scenario just bought a house. It would appear savvy. But i did watch a if you want. Yeah i'll just tell you what. I think i joined late. And it seemed. As i- serena williams is movement was in impacted by that sinai problem that leg from. She's had the big strapping on it. But when i turned up. Paul rudd some of the second set she was. I think a setina bright down set in one love down and she just reeled off eight incredible points and really looked like she was turning the match on. Its head and i think huge credits. Rebecca for sticking with it because she talked ahead of the match about how she just really wanted to feel. The power of serena williams. Somebody gratified leising and boy did in that moment. She felt it but she still stuck in there Yeah it was. I i find it. A shame to see serena williams to me look inhibited by an injury but at the same time. Rebecca showed some of that promise from star last year when she won four titles lincoln about five weeks. But she's she's a player for sure she just didn't have it today serena she just did not have her best game other than that. Surge that david has mentioned that the start of the second set where she got it back on on serve. At that moment. I thought okay. Here we go. This is one of those moments. Where serena changes the tone of a match and changes the course of a match and takes over and for a couple of game. She did play brilliantly. Then it just felt away again. And i agree with david. I think that was probably some inhibition of movement based on that big strapping that she had on headache. Rebecca nurse was fantastic. You know really brilliant. I love the way she just was. So composed just stood up to serena's power and produce her own power. But i think looking at it from serena certainly i was getting carried away when i saw this drool open up and that was probably ignoring just ignoring the place. She was in coming into this tournament. Which was with incredibly few matches and winds under on clay and also it. Knowing that bigger picture of this warm up to wimbledon even for serena i think i think she had a much better chance of winning this tournament i think had. She paid her best. She could have done but she never wild me with her form head like she did. In the early rounds of australia i was. I was getting carried away by the rule rather than actually looking at serena's level which was fine for lots of the tournament but not brilliant and she had a bad day and she was quoted out by someone playing much better than her. I think it just to throw your lifeline. And all of us a lifeline. A little bit. We can't unite chastise ourselves for badly underestimating. One of the greatest players of all time and going on sort of school lines. We were seeing before our eyes and not factoring in the s x factor of being one of the greatest and the next night chastise ourselves for will not being logical enough Much weight to the the champion. -ness of serena williams d. c. You see how. I constructed that line for off forest i do. I think i think serena's recent defeats in slams have been both about the field getting stronger and rescue fantastically in that. Us open final. Hallett played fantastically and their wimbledon. Final soccer's played fantastically when they've played but they've also been about serena not not bring her best and i think today was another one. Just when you expect serena to go up the gears she couldn't she couldn't sustain anyway but in other words she's in a much better place now. She was at the start of the tournament. And i believe that she needed thanks. She's she seems to be in a war federally place of sort of although she. She was approaching this tournament from the outset differently from federal. She seems to me she's now thinking well. I did better in this than i was expecting. I'm in good shape going into the grand slam at which i feel. I have the most chance of achieving my ultimate goal. The other thing. I would say while you'll kicking yourself looking too much in. The juries are analysis serena williams over the past six to twelve months has been. The field has deepened and strengthened so much that to win. Twenty four and beyond. She now needs the help of a drill a little or to some degree that there are plays on the day at the best are better than her. So i don't i don't think getting carried away. Withdrawal is that big a crime. Less rena williams is concerned. Shall we say david always getting carried away. Said taught mentioned. Serena's sean tech final in my words were just imagine. Imagine that i did in the shit on sale so the thing is you know when several incurred gone from from her. Half of the draw and one by one they were falling. These plays and As a rain wentao today and it will get onto that. But i mean she's a play who beat her the us open. It was a good draw the way it was opening up. I mean i thought she was. I've seen some decent tennis from her but that that strapping was so heavy around her leg today and in the previous round. Just don't think you win major titles when you when you're in that state really who you are elena rebecca. Though she's a she's a heck of a player and as you pointed out david she she's a what would have been player she's as a pandemic sliding doors player. Ci reached four finals at the start of twenty twenty before the pandemic hit. Is that right. Yeah four finals. In five tournaments. I think And that australian open. She ran into rash party in the third round. And i think lots people circled that matches the show upset because rebecca played so well leading into it but ball debater. Who knows what she could've done illustrating open with different rule. So yes certainly she. She showed the tennis the that she displayed at the star. Twenty twenty today. I think she took three weeks off before we don garros and just sort of goes in a much better at space. I think she'd had a bit of illness. And she's come in really fresh and firing she will play anastasia pavlik anchor for a place in a grand slam semifinal now we. We spent a lot of time talking about two massive news stories of the day. So we're not going to be able to devote as much time as we'd like to all of the remaining brilliant stories one of whom is stays publishing. Who's into a roland. Garros school to final ten years after doing it for the first time. I'm i'm totally stealing matt's stats here. Which are extraordinary. She has reached the quarterfinal of every grand slam in singles and doubles but never got a stage further in any grand slam in either singles or doubles which the these logistics ordinary stats. I mean i love the story but it is worth publishing of a winning today just for these stats to be mentioned worthy. She be as rancor five seven six three six two very head up as aranka towards the end of that much. She really irritated with a coach. Didn't she gave him gave him what for about not making enough noise and he had this wonderfully solemn expression on his face. I know my role here. It's to absorb all of this and do so with a stony polka face. And we'll talk about it later. Beer poverty chunk of his great today. Can she finally go one better or is there a reason that she's had this ceiling for the past ten years of her career. I think the reason but that doesn't mean that that reason isn't something she can overcome. An and i would say the fact that she wants today would make. If i were her i would be used in. That is such a platform to build for the rest of the tournament. Because i did not expect it to be victorian considering that's all and even when the match was going on i thought the that did strike me was the fact that she was hanging in there and keeping a close and answering wasn't accelerating away the way champions in that situation usually do and other f- fair play to poverty. Chen covered the must be so much scar. Tissue there from all those years where she has failed to break through that glass ceiling of quarterfinals major tournaments at amazing stat man. That's just a humdinger that one coming into play against rebecca. Could you get to players in a more different position. The the green young player. Who's in totally uncharted territory. And somebody who's just being this so many times and all these defeats under name at that level. That's fascinating in. Its own right that match. Well it won't be a sort of big headline grabber. There's a lot going on there. The other quarter-final from that bottom half will be tomorrow's sunset. He beat so stay today. Seven six six one issue. Be up against paolo alto sir. Who buckled through against marquess kondratieva. Six four three six six two and david set off to this match. I don't even care that. I had picked vandross avert a win it and my reputation in tatters because i love barrosa so much. Would you love about today. She's just great. I love her attitude. I feel like she's just another injection into the tennis world. Just this play whose whose ambitions in strikes everywhere. She's got all the shots. She's got power she's got physicality she super intense and dedicated and determined and just looks like a real player. Like somebody who's going to be at the sharp end of big tournaments for years to come. And i love the fact that she just handling the pressure. The fact that she's she's gone toe to toe with an down the other day. Come through it and has another battle today who has been all the way to final. It's this is uncharted territory for but dasa and yet people are thinking that she's got a chance to go all the way she's handling it. She's really cool and has a massive opportunity to reach a grand slam final. I mean i don't say that lightly but she might she might even be the favorite. I dunno i mean. Maybe there's no favorites in that section. It's not favorite. She'll plays done second. Then it's pavley changed over and rebecca. I'd call to the favorite thing. I mean just thinking about that lineup. Oversee at the start of the tournament that would have been a colossal surprise that those four players made it to the quarter-finals. I think at the start of today. That's a big surprise that the foreplay go through the dating. It's there were a lot of surprising. Today i think but dose of andro felt on a real knife edge to me. I think over the others. I probably would have picked the other way I think sedan check is the most under the radar of all of them. She's very measured very around. Game and is the is the first woman representing slovenia to reach the quarter-finals of a grand slam. Savina became an independent country in nineteen ninety one and we had a really nice email today from. I'm really sorry. I can't remember the name but it's oh here we go. It's bostian and he lovely email telling us. would a sporting nations levin as what success. They've had another sports basketball. I think is a massive one in slovenia. But he said sort of tennessee's been relatively on mind territory. And that this is a really big breakthrough. Oviously it unchecked herself but also for the sport in the country. And there's will say kyw van coming through that you've and has been the one that's been talked about. Is the big prospect say. They're in good. Shape is a tennis nation. I was reading that. She was a junior. Snowboarding champion in slovenia was sedan. Check and she said she stopped that because she was cold all the time too cold as a sport and the ira so understand that. But she's a she's a fantastic mover on the tennis court. And i i always. I'm interested in plays who've done other sports to a high level. I think skiing is the main one. Isn't it scenario djokovic. Snowboarding sedan check Really interesting great balanced and cool strength as the these winter. Sports give you just just finally on on the women's side because we're eating into time when we really need to be talking about medvedev sits a pass which is coming up next round as a rancor. After today she came very quickly to press and she was initially by russell. Fuller the bbc how she felt about the very unequal scheduling on the night sessions on philip shatri court which is something that we discussed last night and she was not happy about it she she responded she said what concerns me is when someone from the french federation tries to say there's a quality and only points to prize money which is which is something that that we absolutely echoed. Last night. i followed up by asking her how she would have reacted to playing to being asked to play a nicer much in front of an empty stadium. Which you know. We was speculating. Talking about how. It doesn't to anybody the fact that they've billed. It is lamar usual but actually the plays probably see. It is a bit of a poison chalice but she responded brilliantly with cancer that when i'm asked to play one that would be an improvement as spoken and prescott from she was they have shaled Frontex much tomorrow evening on On the philip chat trae nicer cost. Juke against So that's that'd be two out of nine. Women's marches say. Hey look it's an improvement now. Medvedev he wanted a hebrew hershey in green. He might even be the favorite to beat. The previous favorite in the bottom half staff sit to pass in the next round because he's currently assertive clay-court'specialist and week is a long time in tennis. That limi- i mean we've come from smiley face laughing emojis at his expense in the quarterfinal projected. Drawl to him. Looking absolutely stunning today against christine. Garin who i didn't think was playing that badly and he hadn't he was playing his clay court game. His patients is drives and they would just having no impact on medvedev whatsoever. Who was just soaking up being wool and then choosing a moment to pull the trigger and he dismantled grain. I mean it was a stunning performance. And he hit two four hundred minutes down the line both of them punctuated with either wife as the arms to get people to cheer louder or just an outright celebration like just go it. He was fantastic. It was twenty nine thousand. Nine medvedev wasn't at all thoughts of metronomic title-winning and corporate medvedev out of our minds. Yeah now he's playing like a dog on the clay now rather than he worries about how it looks. He's just dig in and he said i i'm not to get Tastes not a and that's all anybody wants a piece of me. Come and get it and that similar is best. Can i present you with some information that you may or may not know to please medvedev has a shawn's To get to world number one after this tournament if he if he reaches the final and djokovic doesn't he's well number one and djokovic fell in the semis potentially correct is the biggest troll in sports and he d love it and he loves it as well he embraces. It meets totally embraces. It and i just love that he does. He said after she was asked about playing sits to pass in the quarterfinals. Of course we. We don't have time to go into the history. But i will dedicate forty nine minutes of tomorrow night's podcast to previewing method evidence. It's a pass in all is bullshit. Glory those those are the words of stuff. No set to pass. Not me see greatest ever tennis crew podcasts. For for more details on that incident. I can see my night to mark. This podcast is explicit saris. David's mum But he is finished his thrashing of public or any booster shot. Trae not long. Before medvedev completed his victory evergreen on long then so medvedev was able to be asked about his upcoming final against sits passed against him. He has quite a rivalry going on and said oh. Well hope. you'll chip for me. Because i speak french and that must make you like me. And then everyone started going. Dan eel dan. You save it for twos that great. Yes a medvedev against sit to pass on tuesday. It is look. I can't believe i'm saying this. But i think that there might be a favorite for that much. It's a six and one head to head. In medvedev's favor sits buses. Only victory came on indoor hardcourts at the ot. Rena the atp finals When he beats him couple years ago we even hoffa guy. I think medvedev's in his head. I met the davis in a space at the moment where he will exploit being in his head. He's a he's he's in maximum troll medvedev mode and he's also playing damn good clay-court tennis. I'd i don't know but my mouth is saying these words. He might be the favourite. He's got nothing to lose his own mind. He's got nothing to lose. And that makes him blunt dangerous. Where so i'll tell you. What sits does not want that match. No he. he's. He's headed hands at the prospect to that much it was so stuck. How much of a medvedev probably had at the australian open. i mean. he didn't have a winner from the baseline dal. And then he goes. I mean i. I must say i do. Think the needle thing was a factor there i think he was quite mentally physically and emotionally drained after beating the dog going into playing method but i mean sits passage plant bloom. Well as well and yeah. It's just it's just fascinating. What matters more the head to head or the surface and considered pass play without thinking about who down the other end because he can just play his play. The ball enough The troll benefits that the surface gives his game in the way they complement each other. Might well be enough to win the match a now. You shouldn't wish your life away. Forget me to choose. Stay very very quickly. Go to wrap up the other. Men's could looks like it's going to be. He's two sets three one. He's he's well on his way to victory he has been. He's been playing the sorta tennis that we've all been willing for him to play just no-nonsense huge hitting just cracking it the ball and it's been very impressive. Indeed he will play out hundred davidovich for kina in the quarterfinals. Matt you are the unearth hundred davidovich for. You've got thirty seconds to talk about him slash his of pet adoption up ta what you want to talk about So he really big federico bonus today in four sets. He tried to make life difficult for himself favors to sets up twice. Break up in the third set manage to lose that set some absolutely terrible underarm serve see hit today basically said of just lobbed the ball up their bonus to hit for a window which she did every time and yet it's a great win backing up a bit of a breakthrough against bruno. We're seeing that's hard to do to those results up. And he did it in his usual style Love watching him play and if he's got enough in the tank i think he can really push is good good news one hundred davidovich mckean. We also had andy laps on and david wagner winning the quad wheelchair. Men's doubles title. Two day we also alfie. Houston gordon reid. Winning the men's wheelchair doubles title today. Bt steph new day and nicholas pifer. we don't have time for me to roll out my stuff on new day stocks again do check out yesterday's port if you haven't heard me we'll that out dida degroot or my best i folks Beat you can megyn in the final of the women's wheelchair single six four six three in the men's wheelchair singles sir. I don't think we've had the conclusion if that yet certainly if we did. It didn't take place today tomorrow. Ooh something slip forty and she. I think that is it for those results will will We'll bring you up to date with the double stuff and junius stuff. We've got a whole week this shape today. There was one very significant taboos today and that was ecosystem tech. Oh yes bethany matic sans. They took out a lease mertens and suez shy. I'm very much enjoying the fact that that these mertens from sabah lenka to sue as a part that feels like a very different vibe. But she's feeling tech a matic. Sand saved seven match points and came back from five one down in the final set and there were there were scenes afterwards this celebrations were something. They really really were something if you can find these on each evil. I'm sure they're on twitter or something they were. It was incredible. Say once again for the second year in a row see. She didn't quite achieve it in the doubles last year. The singles and doubles double is eager. Fintech the schedule for tomorrow is thus philippe trae. Looks like this on shipper against coca golf. Philip by novak djokovic against lorenzo musetti then rafael nadal against yanic center and the night session is multiple jerk against eager films. A long longland starts with stevens against bob. Ulrich critique of then. It's diego schwartzman against john. Leonard strove he lost in doubles today with robin hauser to piero bear and nikola lost the first set six love but ended up coming through and then it is can against maria saccharine. That's your schedule for tomorrow. Catharine can i just tell you as well that on court fourteen tomorrow first. Up is leo balk in the first round in the boys singles son of bjorn borg. And he's building himself a career in starts off here and by the way just on the The quad wheelchair. Men's finalists twelve first up at Ten o'clock our time. I think Dylan all caught against sam schroeder and then after that it's It's canadian against hewitt in the wheelchair. Men's singles final nice on. Thank you very much david. You're mascot is roque. Yeah i mean. 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Men in Blazers 09/09/21: Spotify Greenroom USMNT Instant Reax Pod

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Men in Blazers 09/09/21: Spotify Greenroom USMNT Instant Reax Pod

"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 holy. Holy crap is amazing. Though is amazing we should always glaze shame football in the middle of the night. Dave yeah it's i don't think that's football roach. I think it was tunca. Football from the embassy row studios in the crackpot of bedford. The crap pot of west hollywood california. It's men in blazers spotify green room very very drunk very very relieved green room. I am in this green room every night. Skulking around the twelfth Julius to be here in the company of so many jeff peas. And you dave. I mean what have. We just witnessed less dive dive right in. Do you wanna do your do your beautiful beautiful weekly spotify. Green room spail. And then we'll dive ryan up in practicing it for minutes. It's a weekly spotify. Green room raj at a special time this wednesday to break down what we just witnessed from hung juries. Those view green room with us right. Now you already know the drill also questions in chat section when we're gonna take the best ones later in the show for those of you listening on your paul radios at a later point in time. That's why you should join us here on spotify green room joining live is the only way to actually participate in the class of sneaking suspicion. I still a number of buds that rojas consumed. Well you'll be listening to on the pod will have been heavily. Edited may of the sculptures. I'm the deep in it as we speak but greg's lineup too young to drink betas someone's got to pick up the slack right. David that can be used. Sign up for spotify green Download spy greenham room apps as many blazes in people groups and then give us a follow with diving straits in tonight. Roy helio going right to the concacaf football honduras one. Usa four after starting qualifying with two disappointing draws on with control vesey swilling around west mckinney's dismissal for violating team. Covert policy the. Us fell behind only to come back. And grab a point for each g in san pedro sula plus a halftime one up after a flaccid. Us men's national team first off but a trinity of changes at halftime. Oh sorry vastly improved. Team emerge in the second. Half the first goal came from anthony robinson the second from eighteen year olds. Fc dallas debutante pappy the third from another sub poke role palais met the new jersey's brendan aronson. The full from sebastian. Leget an after being pointed right at the iceberg the u. s. s. Greg ends international break in open. Waters talk about mood swings roach but with show you even killed through most of the game. I was never afraid. If i'm being honest i was genuinely never rattled. The game began with the us coming into honduras. One home behind that back. News zack stephan. Go go and of course weston mckennie. So what does greg berle. Today he goes full. Amana how to describe it. You just just are even say origami. That he did to his attitude is clearly. Been watching a lot of marie condo. Yeah it's i must say right here. The i watched the game on spanish television as you know not one of my languages so i don't really know what happened tonight. I couldn't really understand why the hondurans were playing on horseback. And why had anthony role playing playing at left back on the llama. I didn't understand. It seem to be very clear but something amiss. Something omay may what did he do. He says i'm gonna. I'm gonna just four plays into their will qualify debut. George ballet ricardo peppy. Mount mackenzie james sounds kind of string. Five loosely across the back. One of them will be best. Plan tyler adams who strike his sergeant and peppy. Tony peppy eighteen years. Two hundred and forty two days play twenty one games professionally making his debut only making his the international level on the road in honduras which is a bad pit and i did think when he threw in. I thought as i often do. How luke skywalker the force in his hat. I had you can klinsmann in my hat and you can clinton always says about what does he say by young players. They remember he says sometimes they don't low enough to know they'll meant to and your name that that that was how i could say. Andrew collier in the chat once wrote up day on the status of my pumps andrew realm my head bait or can attend you. Like oh good punch should be after this victory but they. I mean when you saw that starting lineup the experimental nature of the players flung game the new partnerships. Just a whole new plan under great stress. It should be set for gregg berhalter in this. When you like. This is a genius move. I back it or you like this is this is. This is flailing i mean. It seemed a little desperate but we. We don't wars training roads. We don't know what's going on behind the scenes but it did seem a little desperate and particularly playing tyler adams out of position that or out of the position that he's used to playing full for the us men's national team that felt particularly Mall central i like christian told cool cool for and the reality is the only thing i was really pissed off. Was that justin failed and get a stall. But you know we were. We were like into this bad. Pay often juris. I've going to say this is a slight to side. I was really really upset this afternoon. How little noise. The was in the runup to wars a massive massive game. You know there was a press conference yesterday that was covered and then there was only silence. Lead the today was stories of his no analysis birth. You know in the outside of the soccer bubble whether it was a lot of a lot of buzz. A lotta gossip a lot of room. A lot of western to belay in great unwashed sporting america crickets and it. It pissed me off it upset me and you know again. We're paying the price of missing teeth. Hasn't eighteen world cup so much blood the apathy yen and you re i really felt it was so you could escape are so buzzed way past my bedtime but like amish crickets and the whole builder. Sydney felt weird. They were the drama. The lineup that you proudly commercials west good so good in the Commercials west and the zealous ownership. Love that i was thinking david was just be sitting. I think he will living in a simulation we are a. Greg didn't even go for a jog in downtown jurist. I've used the game. I joke the saints to choke sue the downtown area rather than i remember being in some shula for the clintons manera game two thousand thirteen and they grumble had gotten mugged on the previous trip to honduras they kept sold in cal- and then had the cia come and scare the crap out of a ceo. Pretaped came to speak to all the journalists and said just so you know the kind of standard behaviour here. When i take my recycling out. I always taken automatic rifle over my shoulder. You should do say okay. Maybe we will leave a you know. I think his preferred running through crowded. Laws just didn't happen this time again. Greg you can go for a run but we constant any camera crew with you. And he's on the tweet. What i'd run a marathon. The reality is i say going into this warm. I was like i was trying to bring the positive vibes. I won't say good vibes. Only but the my best case for glory. What should not start lineup. Was this court. Come possibly coke it three times on the run. Canada not wanna took into this game. And i will say that i forty five dave. I don't know what you so In that first forty five it was. It was a go deal. Genius sometimes plays with the full snowing playing with the false midfield that we were experimenting. Wave where we had to essentially in the midfield woman decided to defend. The other decided joined the attack. And so there's just nothing. It was like we played as a midfielder full of fred suicide. No link up play between the back and the front. There's nothing dave defense. I thought that the us men's national team and then managers made honduras like brazil. It was just amazing. Watching this team they would like flicking it around like bouncing off the heads. Doing middle skill moves. They seem to have so much space summer confidence that they could advance and penetrate between the us lines again and again and again on. I actually think looking back. The hondurans will be disappointed. They didn't school more than one goal. In that i couldn't agree and the housing to be everywhere. I mean there were large concha. Calf a tone. This party was large cones child. Size kodiak on the side of the dinho is just blurring post. The nut making everyone in sight. I mean he was everywhere. They could've schooled three afl and twenty-seventh minute they've our worst fears. Were major rail. Such a good goal. such a good goal distant incisive attacking move and with zero mocking in the books. Like i. I'm not sure i've seen a player in the books that wide open ever since remarkable and there was even more remarkable when you realize we have three cents a backs on the failed and no one mocking in attacker very moya had the freedom fund jurist astute to conquer brooks drunk so badly position leaving enormous gaps embarrassing gaps. It was really. It was really pathetic. In what why would we play. Why would i do that mocking saying that's not what we and it was just like. I am an evident sunday there. You know i know breathless football right. Yeah head that my friend was rid lists football and the reality was when that pool went. Aim we will i. Oh my god. This is a massive movement. I won't be clear for for the. Us proved gum. Yes does eleven more games to come but this was a berhalter me when a huge defining what his team step up would they fade away ultimately this was a litmus test for everything pool coach chimed in the us after conceding. The first golden rude world cup qualifiers two wins five draws twenty six losses. Not now paul not now and scott. It was just a mash tactics wrong. Players plan out position not clear. Anyone was gonna fix it. I tweeted a hall toy. They was actually humiliating to become candidate to watch out. I forty five minutes a massive game. And there's someone that loves the united states and i and dreams of footballing progress yearns for like so many view on this. I mean looking at one o'clock we're talking about the. Us football dream waking for it take massive gays and to say oh boy see our young guy so bloody confused so alone so exposed so just out position in experimental blood the just self confidence the damage out first off it was i felt for them and i was not gene greek to take such young talent. We do have young talent similar to that. So many of them have their huge careers in front of them and to make them play. So it's just a payphone. Fill forty five days. I i was. I seething at halftime. Can we just say though. 'cause i doubt we'll get back to this later. You know we make jokes about conquer calf. we We mourn some times the idea that the us men's national team and the women even have to plan calf but this was a great for coca capital an hats off to honduras for the way in which they approached that first off the bull they were magnificent magnificent just running honestly they were like the cavalry saying it's us men's national teams infantry. It was just so wonderful to see their endeavor. They're bishen that You know possession. The skill that by down har i thought it was just magnificent what they did in the first half ben banished in the chat wants to know how i spent hope time the on this trip and banister as the lot in schools as a ten week old puppy had the second set of vaccinations. Dykes off time. I got myself another crater bud. And welcome up. He'd been sleeping and he went to law. And i just gave him a little cuddle and i realized he was in agony. But i realized bam bam i. I always much morgan. He was he just had the second vaccinations. And that's the us men's national team crump pants when we needed. The most and the team came out with extreme makeover halftime. Four in the bass. Adam jill explicable still at right back at cost us sounds legit midfield aronson who i love flung outright him fry tweeted. This team needs clint dempsey and six inches of denver snow. It's our only hope. Can we kind of we come. We didn't know we didn't know. Roy pry but we kind of got david because it made instant dividends the pool playthrough numbers in the book so jet cross peppy kept the ball alive. Finish from anthony. Yeah i mean not really known as a goalscorer one goes it last week. Yeah but it's a great finish on a nice little You know some muscle stuck the landing Cherries stroup carry bliss street in cleats. But the reality was who. I'm sure greg was like mickey knew who needs strike is when we have defenders who can finish the biggest change was. We had a midfield again. We had a midfield again. You know it's a concept in for belay mid failed and we had wall we always lost politic lintel after being concha warrior. Try to stay on and you know what brutal wind that we should note for. The united states lose raina dash politic to injury as well as Steph to to it in western to to weston stuff but what a savage concha cafes and it felt dog if very talking now movement but his loss meant that tyler adams he had an excellent gabe. Often see like you play on. These was moved back into is best position and ultimately influence the rest of the game. David this may have been a mosque destroyed by greg. Good good ball hall. You might not have thought about this but maybe he did this deliberately you know. He's putting on states t shirt and his perfect little nike sneakers. He just you know what. Let's make on. Juries light brazilian the first off. And then you know then everybody's like cooling for me when everybody is like paying for blood we're gonna come back and demolish them in the second half knocking at well ever that team talk. Causal halftime whatever. The adjustment was it was a completely different second half performance. This was not a game of two. Hobbs it was a game of two paradigms of two completely different worlds wanna simulation one not simulation. It was unbelievable. How different second was yeah. I mean that's fascinating thing. It was rufus by okra a halftime. You just had to bounce pass as being a liberal boo-boy together ball back into play with behind the back passes and some raza's but i'm no i do check jake's i should say before we get to the goals matt turner one incredible window that matters hat. I know my save a big plan making a big play in a massive movement keeping the game alive when cold upon will say who i feel for. You know he's done this apprenticeship. He's waited these ways. Cities and manchester city's drivers. It will be hard to drop matt. Turner from the wom- position it. God loves that man and you know the game. Ticky into the seventy th minute. I was shocked. I was i made him mccain utara. Somehow somehow this game is still here. Full the us to win and five minutes later might just blew the whole thing open. Yeah the debutante eighteen year old. what a week. It's been for eighteen year old for these two. Been going off you anybody. You follow the tennessee. Eighteen year olds the us. Open the spanish kit outcries in the finances and radical no on the women's side. Now happy and this was superb. Look good old game by the way. I think he looked like the. Us's best player throughout Apologize christian who ran and ran and ran rather tried and try. Try this time on the field. But you know he got free in the box and this was a difficult had not had a you see. Many professional football is able to make it race soup pub. Sue pub finish Almost good moolah. You know raj. This was not this. Would this was dusk. It was not it. This was not mid respect. Your boy kapalua and this was not a cow balloon. And finish this ray jeddah. I'll take that. I'll tell you that too if you if you if you total at distance of all of of of dc l. goals film lessees. And you will get the distance from which ricardo pappy snapped his neck and school. That i mean i couldn't throw the ball as far as he headed. I mean cracks. His neck wanna finish to pro lay. Who you're listening a hope you got yourselves. A new star. phoenix bloody commercial. Say you don't have to torture us like you did today. It was bloody annoying. Just to be candid but an amazing an eighteen year old in nations hour of need a kid from el paso texas who played for both the us and mexico a youth level and pledged to play for the united states. Beautifully noted this at the time poetically. He said this country gave me and my family a home. An endless possibilities to achieve my dreams might go. Those dreams would have been all that kind of go in that kind of moment in this kind of a game and to me it's old. It's bloody great about this nation. And i loved every single second. Nevada came brendan aronson to me as a dream maker. I thought that play a. How can he be as he should be a starter in peppy setting him up. Pat julia do believe. And what can chabrol's it with the jeff. Ap's when they come to the stage in a minute keep banging your questions into the comments. Pack pay has gone. Gregor holds off the hook and then some we live we live. We live legit a fool Got another one a team. That could not school could not skoll suddenly coming along with full in the second half. I'm boys you big picture takeaway dave and because my god we were staring at the barrel of a gun we really just to be claiming concacaf to be on two points after three games Having dropped two points to canada home fantastic candidate define del salvador with these today. And you see these teams pulling away with two boys is doggedness it would have been an inflection point for this whole program. This is a this is a massive win in ways which we will impact but once you take away. What was important about. Tonight's game obviously getting a win. That's obviously a big delta between a loss you know where we were a half time in where it was at the end. I'm not sure. I feel completely differently about this national team in the direction that going onto this coach. I'm just not ready to. I'm feeling completely differently about it. I actually think that for debbie performance in a peppy may have really announced himself on the stage tonight that say even just having that performance under his belt now is gonna make him so much more confident moving forward pulling on that show. I think he's on droppable off the scoring that goal situation lee. That was shutting massive goal for the us. We still see so many problems you know in you know the centreback play in terms of you know how lining up the fight and i think we're seeing teams concacaf comedy. Uso ohad with so much confidence and delight. This is a stronger concha. The the math is when we're talking about the sort of the reason to all. These clubs joined the super league early this year. It was because the mathematics work anymore. For for for uefa champions league qualification. the math doesn't quite work with all these strong teams for world. Cup qualification so i still have major concerns but obviously the view from five points from three games. This is the view from tool three point. Yeah james's very different. Yes daddy absolutely and completely. I mean not that is a thank god and we do not take up the grunted. It's so much. I mean they remove on points would be. I just won't be clear they'll be like tracy chapman's debut album. That says this is a the peppy thing i mean. He played with new fair today. It was a wonderful performance. Do you know room on. Fire is not everybody's favorite strokes album many saves a difficult second album. And i do one the you know the will be the next game playing with more awareness more height mole. More pressure how he handles happy. I don't wanna get ahead to myself the. Us have have an arguably easier wind in the next in the next set of games playing. Who's as jamaica. It's costa rica. it's panama two games starting with panama. Then we give Of all that we go to. Costa rica Misleading you're my drunken fashion. Styling at home against jamaica who have been the best and the disappointment to be honest. A film may with absolute joy and a difficult difficult first couple of games. Panama who've been precocious and will be a real menace in panama. And we finish it off. who against costa rica. And then the reality is full. You know i am so bloody relieved. Feel in the mentally for really. Do this truly tenacious. Us victory. That was won't be claimed as dog. A i tall. As i have seen the united states play it was it was a horror was terrifying. It was deeply deeply profoundly upsetting. And then it was some turnaround. I mean an incredible turnaround in that second forty five. We have a breakout star. Who will be off. Focus or save your recording pat pay. It was mood changing tweeted. That mood change. Should know off the serious self-reflection then needs to occur for this program. Palmy fills. I'm sure we'll get into this in the chat a co-mover of a victory dave. It was crucial. It was narrative changing in the run up to the next international bait the drumbeat if we lost this game or drooling into the next international would a bed really bleak dave but i've got to ask it s before we answer the questions. This reminder is some say marino games where he'd get the first off wrong make massive massive no from within the first school as he freud he'd make substitutions and occasionally he'd say everyone would there be should be blamed for guinea it so bloody wrong or should we say he's brilliant getting it right in the second forty five. What where alway with this look with the greatest respect to honduras I think just if you look at the you know that overmatched individual to individual by the us men's national team and so the idea that you can get it so wrong that you would be so outplayed. In the i often on were worse. We said unlucky not to school more than one goal. I don't know what we ex-chief were in the first half but i imagine it was There was some more goals out there. Four jurors But maybe this was an old thing like you don't want your team to perform so differently in two different harm. This is not ideal yet. They showed a lot of fight. I do think that a lot of these young. Us players gained huge experience. Tonight i would say way more than they gained in against canada on against el salvador jointly. Come back win. This game is a massive massive confidence boost in a massive piece of experience that this young teams But i don't know is he does like i don't know i don't know i go. I don't i can't figure out. I i can't wait to read the post-match comments and figure out what it is. He said a time what it is that he changed and if he could say that he got something wrong and what. He corrected his stats Honduras fifty two point. Eight possession out shot. The us eighteen to twelve x g on the game honduras. His ex j. One point three seven the united states ex j. one point eight five so you pretty closely mature marketable. I will say this. I think there is something not right with this team right now. I will say say. Let's just say for the win and forget that the twenty was but you know continue to to think it through. I'm we willing ultimately the post post-match comments this is joy of green room. David we have we. Have you know. We have hundreds of jeffrey peas on this beauty. Less bring them to the stage with no More tearing and start to hear their ideas that thoughts that question if peace touch way you are we will bring you up to the stage starting with the mighty logan clifford wairoa. You may question. They gents logan clifford here in salt lake city. Utah over very very glad to be on Talking with you guys. I was just nervous for this game. As raj was when they let girls attend liverpool college so this was definitely my nerves. Were but but i have to ask as you talk about the first half performance and maybe whatever berhalter did to to change the minds of the boys at half or whatever. It may be if if things don't go his way and there is ultimately a change made the manager position. Who who could that realistically be like. You know who honestly could could take over this team and actually bring some identity. And i don't know unity all around. It just seems like it's been like this crazy ping pong game. And i mean who could actually redo this. I'm curious what your thoughts are. Who wrote who would the shortlist be. Obviously jesse marshes is a name on the lips of of somebody. Us men's national team fans the the great like your of of anti per holter to the clifford. I won't make it clear roach walls in his origination the record a pecking of liverpool college. Six as when gilles unfortunately says g. late yard he let your in. Your book is a tough one to the jesse. Marsch it just to be candid on. This jesse marsh is a pathfinder for american coaches jesse marshes has propelled himself. He's done his apprenticeship. He's moving through. He succeeding the players love him. He's he american. Coaching is is the one last deep. Challenge the men's soccer in america where we are so behind. The coaching quality is a has been an changing slowly. Jesse marshes all the in the major marketable way. And if jesse moss you're gonna wear challenge you need of. You can kind of fail this. You see this toss where you are you know you are. You're leipzig you. Were sold spur. Where did you go after that. You go to dortmund july take primarily job in a like burnley. Jagoda you brightened. You gave an african and hope the storage can you effort there and you are done in. A factor by david wagner. Failed to show cuts a new way. But you know if you do well last them. Where'd you get. Where'd you go jet. He can fail a pathway to the big time i know won't be clear. International football outside of america is a sea now. It didn't use the a twenty five years ago. It wasn't the now it's the bat. Water full coaches who either never really have it all or coaches. Who a tired old and would like to play golf law and just kind of do a job. You get a part time which is how when you speak to marino and pat. That's how they see international full and so jesse. Marsch is go. A won't because way twenty-six the world cup is going to be here and here's the trade off equal become the famous football face in america for decades if he leads a team on hey turf to glory. Glory meet like going deep into the lookout grounds. He can also say pathway that he has to give up within the professional. Jesse marsch thing. I think it's an interesting dilemma. I do believe he will ultimately take the us joke. Just because i mean it's just a once in a lifetime. He's not coming anytime soon. And that was a long winded way. Saint jesse marsch is not coming anytime soon. I want to say. I do believe greg. Pearle has saved his job tonight later. If this game had been lost. I think it'd be a serious willing conversation. The hashtag berhalter out would've really would have made a lot of noise. And so. I believe because of this win. Us soccer will not make a move and all all are say for now. Is letty her job. Dude it's a bloody her job. Because we fantasize everyone's tweezers antonio conte get in that. I'm telling you david would he know what the hell to make of concha calf. No no no. He doesn't even hasn't even heard healthy countries. And i mean the one thing he hasn't coney loves smoking cigarettes. He's not who i mean that's one thing he likes ca- caf- it's one the less federations where you can smoke a cigarette on the sideline Cool but the reality is jurgen klinsmann. God love him. I remember of hunduras. We lost to them in honduras in the two thousand fourteen cycle and i run into yoga and evening after the loss and he was just me and him and i'll be honest. He was in the bathroom. I ran into him in the bathroom and and he just came to get off. It is crazy like he could not believe. He's played everywhere in europe. This has done everything he throw football. But he'd never seen anything as insane as concha. Catherine say when you import this great european codes they would be bogged down by the craziness Kathy so it's a short list. Logan is a shortlist of who could lead this team. If something bad happens which has now. We're with behold br greg will be managing for the next disable belay if you were to replace him handed a half about this speaking to tell the people about this and the person who's in that ven diagram the only guy i can think to be honest. He's also contract at the end of the season. I'm going to say this. Dave as you react bob bradley. He would love it. The dog no returns he'd have to win win. Yeah you'd have to win win. Amedure be the outcry from many. But my lord to believe bob bradley is almost the only man who could turn a ship around if it needed. Be immediately which it doesn't it doesn't now you wholesale for the physiological But michael michael bread laze in assistant. Coach would be would be just an incredible twist. David i love it. I love that idea. He didn't do. I think he's still has a lot to give us a very talented coach. Like the key was i adore. I think he's super. And i think he's brilliant. I super brian at a real tactician. And i think he would work really well but this quote on. This team underrated huge chip on the shoulder. A beryllium blake but again. This is all serious. Theoretical we have we have this day alluding clifford who you were who you think i mean i guess i don't know honestly you mentioned it's a hard job and it seems like we always get our hopes up and i wonder you know it. It feels like the. Us demands a us coached. Like you know there were all the jokes. When concern was in charge and people act like that needs to be the case for our identity but it just feels like we always come with. Come up on a on a dead end in that front. I honestly think bob bradley would be a hysterical but also he might have the vision to come in and do it. So i don't know you beautiful number hunger for now. I won't be candidate for token that's it goes. We'll holes fanatic. Godspeed to you gave. we're gonna take through these beauties with cognizant of telling less dive on. oh update. Steve take says boobs. I roster would include hold on paramount studio correct. Yes he would call it. The whole permit studio care would be dempsey. Huge davis will be back in the squad and it will be the amazing wa. Att colored hoy colon cancer as well. They will be in that a much. Fans kill on ferguson. Where you from. What your question evening gentlemen. Evening everyone greetings from the crab part of northeastern saint. Diego county. I the the question tonight. Much to the end of your guys discussion before. We got to the cuban a obviously a decidedly. Different tale of two halves. A very you know ridiculous first. Half performance very nice second half performance. My question is which one of those is more significant. Forgive the cliche. But which is bigger tonight. The polish deterred dave. Oh my god. I think the biggest another way to that is which is short term most significant on which is long-term will significant and i could argue it both ways just in the realm of being positive mike positive dave oh i would say you've got to think that long-term more significant specially 'cause the performance of peppy may be that second half maybe that second half but we can't just whitewashed the entire fat and pretend that i didn't happen And it was shocking. It was shocking. And i think just the it is remarkable and we saw this without salvador. We saw with canada now. We sit with honduras. Teams are coming at the us. You know we can take you. We can actually take you and we can outplay you at concord football which is not full bowl. It's not sokha is different thing. Concha football They can outplay them. And the us could play in so that is a slight worry for me moving forward but i do think that long term more significant is going to be that second half performance. Now i wanted to quickly rick ferguson. I think we all as a thumb base. We all we all very very neater incredibly. Niger and i'll take that check switzer. Someone who grew up in england where we're deeply deeply. We may england look balanced objective in their reactions to everything. And i've got a feeling we're gonna struggle into the next round with a lot of memes of the peppy trade. The peppy mania come on. Let's say who wants us panama jamaica. Costa rica and the wound of two thousand seventeen has really filled with dow. And we overcompensate in a remarkable way at clinton's rays of light as if they are tangible touchable realities and. I've got a feeling that the second half the second half the second half is going to dominate. I'd love to see an honest reflection. I really would. I'd love to say the semi. There is something the swimming note about the three games. We can all talk about prognosticating finance. I what is whether we're going to get that. I do not know. I do believe they'll be a. They'll be packing mania drive into the next round the games. Thank you feel question. Let's bring. Oh oh the great dylan she i. Where are you from bill what she question. A rogers don't from youngstown. Ohio so dillon. I love your accent. May god you were great america. Let's do it is so i got to quest to for one. An american gonna american happy happiness then coast pep in two years after what we saw in this round with the. Us national team was a realistic goal for next sat around. Know when you ask that question. It's a great one del. All i can think is tyler adams leading. Microphone ahead of of these games and saying nine points. We think we can get points. Our the and when i think of concacaf i think of the movie. Chinatown last down last Line near chinatown. Jay and concha cast. Dylan it's concacaf. We we do not know what the heck is going to happen at one stretch of towing we two home games. You have to win your home games. I will say a lot can happen between now and the next window. In middleton side prefer. I'd honestly prefer to answer this on the cusp. When a see the squad when a sea whose faith when a see where we all mentally where we over the western the full hour in terms of that all safe in ours. I don't know what the good outcome is for the next three games. We have dodged the worst possible outcome. The worst possible. I can wear three games in with a loss today. The us would have had a serious bass. David says a a decision point. What's the job would they vendetta point. Yeah we would have had a serious. We've just depend upon Full now whether that's a good thing that we've done or ultimately in the medium-term we've just deferred it do not labour how you answer that question. David look i think what's clear you know for now and of course we're only three fourteen so the way through the qualifying is that there are four teams who better than the rest and that is in no particular order mexico. The us canada and panama. And you know the other full teams in the octagon right now. Just don't look strong. So i do think that the the the game against panama is going to be really important. May i think you expecting you to go and do well against jamaica who not only have struggled but they haven't bought in all of those plays raj that we expected jamaica to bring in. You know that a of those british base plas- we're going to be playing jamaica and they're just not right now so You know i think the us five points in the first three games you know. Maybe they can you know do more like seven points from the next three and that will put them you know what on the road towards qualification. Great question in the chat from glenn. Dowling wants today went. Does martin scorsese place. This game in the story are oh glenn deli. You mean the dog. oh the director who's aimed. After the dog became the different seller difference anymore. I mean the reality is gone. Got i think obviously this is probably the second scene of a scorsese film when it will be fully quickly by by a bloodbath put to a musical saw. Lots of talk. This happens in every regard but we will say we will name and And the christian yelich cohen up to the stage. What she question. Hello christopher dickey from late night. South carolina I thought i think is probably still better. The john brooks currently. But i digress. David blues but pulisic in the middle's kind of eliminates g arena. So how do you get around that problem. But jaren was not available to play for tonight. Yeah i just felt certainly off to what we saw against canada. I think that this game was crying out so to get more touches. The bowl in the eichel was. I mean respect to christian he just was getting hacked all over the place and i'm not saying they rule fouls like he was sometimes just they were throwing full minute. Hammadi was running into a lot of traffic but he just carried carried in carrollton. Carry the bull. And i think he existed that The the heart of that Honduran defense i thought he was. He was immense most of the game. Show real leadership So look i think ultimately christian for this. Us team is going to have to move wide up. Gio is is going to occupy that that that most central role. I do think that as you know. Raj mentioned the full nine elia ultimately the us to succeed in concha cath- they need to find. I dunno in concha capital to really get to that point of comfortable qualification time off the time off the time the us gotta find that central striker you know and i think there are candidates that seems to be it. That seems to be something that the us with. All of its athletic prowess could could could on a a really really strong central striker But until that happens you know. Having ballistic with every bully injuries having him the central tonight was the best about the Kill a stop for the behold herrera. If you're being you know you feel looking for. Cases to bolster greg's leadership came from pool call. Before kickoff. the adams mckinney and christian pulisic have just started wall. Us men's national team together Eastern him as a two thousand nine hundred friendly in they played a total of one hundred fourteen. Us men's national team minutes together for three games and it's to reminder that number one international football you don't have your play as all to cool on at the same time so like this would the game. We play as us fans on paper. Can you imagine a team with gio and tyler and western than pulisic and brandon and now peppy and that exists on paper. Most often and then the second thing i'd say is international. Football is a strange beast. And you won't players. Playing in the position i come to will often teams teams like ours. Teams had enough. We have a lot of good players but we're not like us elite elite stanton and italy kind of audience enough brazil fashion. I need that you're looking at your wales's in the role gareth. Bale place for wales's opposed to a club team and occasionally in moments or even in whole games. You need a player to play away from the the position they they traditionally play for that that that club team. I'm averse to implying centrally in the moment and please got be sense again. I'm fascinated to hear him. I didn't hear the poche much him talk about how he felt he could play with peppy going forward because peppy clearly to be the poster boy for the next three games but my god we will wait and say couple more quick ones. You beautiful human beings sticking around this late if you're listening during the week it's not one twenty. Let's still hundreds of your beauty was so grateful for all of the. We wanna take questions. So bobby are very excuse. Me very very Well my question was. What is the dumbest opinion that you saw on. Us twitter today. 'cause mine i saw people saying that Pulisic was being a baby. And you guys were just talking about that. So that made me think of that. Question was being a baby during the game. Oh yeah i look. That's less put to one side. I think that you know politics had like you know footscray. He's been unlucky with injuries. And he's The would unawareness roh-gap awareness during size by but individual games. i think he's a brave footballer. I've never seen him not be brave. And i thought he was immensely brave tonight and there is a lot more contact in football than most people realize and there was a lot of contact on him tonight and he just kept on to have that mental strength to keep on running it defenders with the bull. I just thought it was. It was magnificent. And he's not a baby as for the worst opinions. I'm fortunately i'm not named eggs. Raj very often when i i sort of excuse. Fan passion and and fans wanting changes and fans wanting to see things go their way. It's very often what disappoints me as a you know reading the so-called experts who cover the us men's national team the journalists and just reading how Prescriptive they are. I always load the arrogance of the english. Press when i would go to wolf cops. English press you know sitting around acting as though they rooted you everything about football. They should be managing the teams themselves and there are a lot of us journalists. Who in that dangerous place right now of acting. Just fanning to report on what they're saying insulting to prescribe As though they themselves would be able to do this job. Much up and I think it's an criticizing the players. Also which i never enjoyed great question on the krisztian issue. I want to say this is a guy that needs to yet again for the twenty seven. Tell him prove himself for. Chelsea is coming off cove it. He probably just desperately wants to get back in one piece to chelsea and foolish and he's playing concha calf where opponents are allowed to do with the world watching the referee laughing and i was blown away by him tonight when he got kicked the crap out of the reality is he could have just taken himself off immediately but the fact that he kept trying to play. I mean this is a guy who who fails the pressure of two thousand seventeen. He knows what it's like for the team to miss world shout and i loved the in that moment iranian tried to play on. He was clearly in a bad shape and huge huge off to chris. christie attempt to be questioned. I tweeted after the game. That this is a great way in a mood changing win but should mask the serious self reflection. It needs to occur for this program and gentleman twitter whiskey. Retailing it One can only hope but the rhetoric on twitter the munza movement of self reflection for fans who pile a hopes dreams ever emotional baggage onto twenty year olds who will inevitably stumble and struggle from time to time. I think it's so wise. I was really blown away. But that's the reality. Say you know the stuff. It's not about the play as is all about the football. The joel came on. Our show are say this very quickly. Johanna became a chef. Said this a couple of times and we want some west. Mtv clips of a west ham fan mouthing off about some terrible thing a player done and when we cut back to jolt job. This look to this engage. I don't play who hadn't given the found that shoe itself gauge should. They should have given me sure that. I'm john this goes. I don't think cher was really the issue about found and there is a law vote project there is a logo projection. I understand that twittering carriages. You know we all do stupid. We will say stupid things. We'll have terrible takes. Us football psychologist amongst shave. Tell us right to us. Why is it the which remedial former of the us team what we what are we projecting. What are we really yearning for on the on the level i would love to know you know a psychologist all that we know Say we'll have we'll have left the whole rest and wait for wise ahead. You are amazing. To you'll in nashville. Thank you for hosting in such fine style who you get a will cup hosting juicy. Our loves not sissy. We wait to be back to quick questions before we go. Dave drew come on a may where you from. What your question Thanks guys drew. From austin texas More money off scenery later my question in the first half. We clearly like gaping chasm between our frontline. And what should have been tolerated. The six will just gloss over that horrible decision. But who do you think can play in that linking role If mckinney's has to be held out for a bit as a result of his actions this window. I'm i've missed Eunice right roach. I've missed him playing for the us. He's applying who blew me away. When i first saw praying for the united states and i think that he's a guy who in the middle part can do a a phenomenal job. I do think that the distances between the lines in the first half tonight was awed. An either that is placed as not listening to their coach. Or it's a coach trying to get them to recognize something very different than going on honduras just again and again and again through The lines of the us and just ran at them and caused enormous problems And these are looked. Hondurans are skillful. Football is but they're not elite class or not blessed with incredible speed and and superb technikons great strength and they just ran circles around the us the spaces between the us midfield attack in the us midfield and defence So i think you know getting that sort of between the lines right not just with the ball but when they're without the ball is a huge huge policy for the us. Unfold yunus mussa. I've gotta say what a what a ridiculous is. What your half term. I know we had a a drop off law season after making his debut nor connected to making his baby still young still rule but when he gets up full turns out full speed almost instantly which is something. That doesn't look difficult on television. But it's insanely difficult unisys. Oh gifted at the drive in into the of an opponent's defense in a way that very few or and i would love love. Love this love to watch gentleman in the us jersey loss question on the night. Because you've all been so bloody gorgeous as we approached the wee hours often claw come on. You've been super patient can be tell us way you all what she questioned. A gentleman Evan i'm here in chicago illinois. Not we're we're waiting to be quads where whereas chicago gaber. What neighborhood less. Lincoln park may can mentally picture gave. I can smell up pizza. Watson out your neighborhood. Tell me tell me what she question two things. I thought watching that game. Thank god we got the got the win but to me. It felt like a game that we won in spite of Greg it seemed like we set up in the first half Basically to show off team that desperately needed west mckinnon. So did you guys to get that takeaway. How do you feel about that. In to how long until brennan aaronson is playing lights bread that we love presidents. Brennan haven't said seems to school. The same goal over an ova a neighbor again. Just at least finished. He seems to pick the ball up in acres of space in the box and just lash at home and he makes it look easy but the reality is he's one of those raffles ballers who can make it. Seem like the bull comes to him hurricane. Actually i asked how he as i may. You seem to make the ball come to you in the area. How would you do it once. A secret and hurricanes said to be a domino really but brendan. He does seem today. How the bloody hell. Today i would love to speak to. Ab fills me with joy. I i think he's got such an upside. That kid from philadelphia. What youth academy. What wonderful club. I i would imagine. Sin knowing how red behold they they he will be moving through the ranks very quickly going up from that chest foam team salzburg today. That aaa team Leipzig to that major league team liverpool football club before we know it and it will be magnificent diabolical to say but they've i'm gonna give the loss would on that first question. Yes look what exactly did i think this goes to the. What i'd love to know is. What did greg actually change. We know what the substitutions were. But what was the tactical change. What was the inspirational message. He gave to his own plas- going first off. The second half is until we know that. I don't think we know exactly how much credit to give to him. I think we sometimes overestimate what manages can really do and we blame them because they feel like humans like us whereas players feel like gold. So it's harder to call into question. I think the players definitely adjusted on the field. I think that on the field of play. And i think that was noticeable. In terms of their energy. The pressure they put on the hunger players. They and the decision making they made when they when they had space in the second half but i wonder what i off speech was and i wonder what was really in. Greg's mind what he was noticing wrong. What he was trying to put right. And i think it's gonna take you probably hasn't addressed that in his post-match press conference at it might take a few days or weeks to understand what that change was. Please god we will understand that please. God will with debrief. Phone is a joy to be with the other. Do it every single. Second one thursday with you beautiful americans talking about ultimately really about the future of the american game is a privilege is a privilege for dave ever million. We do not take it for granted. I'm jay dubb's who's working ourselves. We'll have to be with. His baby fit. They doubted mid day. Fake yep that's it for this spotify green room but we will be back on spotify green room every wednesday seven. Pm eastern time throughout the season so download the app. Search men in blazers gives a follow turn those notifications on so that. You never missed one of these beautiful gatherings until next time then to roach war page was rebel. Gonna i like snacks. Boltzmann twin pools win that. 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United win over Spurs was probably taught them most gut wrenching loss of the shorn. And then the the eagles happened. And like I'm ready after the eagles to just check out on sports teams. I'll do that mainly for the when the eagles play off when their season ends. I sometimes feel like you know, what I need two weeks. I binge watch shows like I don't want to even watch sports centre. Whatever now happen to work in sports. So it's hard to do this. But I was like you know, what Monday night. Syracuse is playing Duke. As a Syracuse grad. Someone who's obsessed with the team. I gotta watch. I would I'd hate myself forever. If they lost that game. And then they go and beat Duke Indu in overtime. It was like one of the greatest games ever seen sports will just it's what's great and terrible about sports all at once. Just when you thought you were out they pull you back in. Yeah. And now I'm back in and now I'm watching everything again like like at all never felt guilty being happy yesterday after the Syracuse game because I was like the eagles deserve more of a period of mourning now because you're still reflecting upon the fact that you are reigning Super Bowl champions for another weeks. I wasn't angry. But I was really really kinda like it was a heartbreaking loss. I was heartbroken for spars who we're gonna talk about that. Oh, boy that was that was something. I don't wanna look I know that this is not a Tottenham podcast is a general soccer podcast. Try to have like a tone of of bitterness over at Manchester United fans, listen to podcasts just as much as Tottenham fan. We take down the down the middle OG is you're calling him on the run down. I can't type I you could ask me ten times to spell the last name soul Shire, and I might spell it differently on all ten of those times. Let's GS. Everybody knows what we're talking about. Klay tizzy used to say it differently. Original original gangster, soc our soul Shire. And then when he scored fell Shiraz done it. Yeah. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about him and whether or not momentum is starting to build in his favor to potentially permanently become the manager of Manchester, United, obviously, we're gonna talk about David heya and kind of a performance for the ages at Wembley the other day. We'll talk about it from Spurs perspective. Because not only did they lose a game that they probably felt like they should have one. They also lost their best player, and they didn't just lose him. They lost him for a while. And that is bad that is bad. Bad news bears. And we're gonna talk about to heya we're going to Pedder check even talking about Sunderland because they're making waves here in the United States with the Netflix documentary central until I die with David Preece who will be back on the program shortly red card man of the match. I'm really feeling good JJ about my red card and my man of the match. I'm feeling good about the mailbag because there was a lot of tasty things were thrown up ruin Ave Lampert. Jared watch OMO enter I better start looking for it. I found it. Well, it's mostly going to be a Lampert. Watch our rather who was watching him. On gerard. They're just out in Rangers or currently on this. It's the Scottish winter break. Right. So they're currently out. I think in somewhere Sony on Gerard is joining in training, ping, forty yard passes and making his his players look inferior like I don't care. How old he gets you? You never lose that. Right. Yeah. Lose pace late. But I don't think you lose the ability to do something like that. But it's you don't lose it. And he's not the game long. Fifty is even like thirty. You wanna see the pass he played though? All right. It was an, of course, ranger social media world over I should say to for my read or from my man of the match for the people who don't typically make it that deep into the podcast because it's always at the end. But who like when I give you trivia, my man of the match is heavy on the trivia. So I'm giving you reason either to stick around or to just fast. I am. I'm not in the trivia mood. What's wrong with you your under the weather? I don't want to be quizzed put on. The spot like in some kind of interrogation by sickness have to do with your ability to answer questions. We both have our ailments. What you go do the show from in there. If you're so worried about getting sick go I can see if the glass outbreak monkey let's see let's talk about like, I said before Manchester United and they're one victory over Spurs. Oh JJ. Happy days are here again for Manchester United. It's amazing how quickly it's all changed. Yeah. I know it's kind of not so much. Oh, what a good interim appointment the buzzes back. It's kind of switch to should this guy. Get the job going forward forever. And it's just amazing. The little things that the just little things that are happening throughout expert since there. He's laughing at the game. We know he's being around the training ground. We noise been talking toilet owner saw Cher. But what we're discovering is that only gonna soldiers coaching methods and the things Furby Dade are no robing off and training. Yeah. We've heard that. He's playing the older guys against the younger guys which was a Fergie game. He took them up to do by he worked on on tactics. But also heavily on on attacking play. You know, Furby threat from the frigging enor- book. I'm we saw at Wembley that this is the team that's dur- still it's still problematic. It's not perfect. But look at Lindelof performance with goalkeepers performance. Look at Pago has more. Moments because I still don't think he's one hundred percent there. Look at rash Democracia. Yeah. It's amazing. What a what a smile in a positive attitude can do they're like you're making light of that. But I do believe that that is part of the is the stats in terms of sprinting that that's that is such a measure of of of the intangible of they're trying hard on the Marie-Noelle. I know he played a different tactic in a different formation. But if you look at the Marino stats, I mean, they were only just ahead of the only team they were head of in the Premier League in terms of sprints most sprints was Fulham or most ground covered or whatever though head of everyone have guessed that, by the way on believable like he's turned around so many little things. Now, if you'll allow me to put on my Spurs Andy bitterness, pans, the here's the only thing I will say, and then I will go I will go immediately back into defect. It'd be one. Well, here's the thing is I saw a headline that says societas plan is coming together as. Manchester United defeat Spurs at Wembley. I'm sorry. It was the plan to lose five one Tottenham head at least six or seven chances one that United scored on. So like, I do think that we need to pump the brakes a little bit on throwing them in a parade after that performance. Yeah, they got the three points. So if you wanna ask the question of whether or not he passed his first true test since he took over after playing a run of poor opposition. How can I argue with the fact that yes, he did that got the points? But I mean like you watch the game JJ how many Tottenham this is the same Tottenham side that we talked about against Everton who were ruthless who it seemed like every single opportunity. They put on that they scored on. Sometimes you have days like that. I guess the soccer God's made up for it on a day like this when it's just like one opportunity after another either is from another planet, or it's kind scuffing one or son scuffing one or L Durell just putting kind of at two. Hey as feet. It was just I don't know. How you explain? It was just kind of one of those days for ton there. Build up. Play was brilliant at times, they're you know, intricate passing moves, look, I can't get on them. It was just best some bad finishing combined with some out of this world goalkeeping combined with one great counterattack from United. Yes. Spars looked every inch the well drilled welll unit. But and I don't wanna come down on cairn trippy. But when you're so much in control in your plan such a high line. What was he thinking of without pass because that's what United were waiting for and to give pug his credit? Andrew I believe if that is under Marino, he takes another touch. Instead, he made sure we got the ball out of with feet, and he whipped a perfect ball into the space on rash verd- who has been working on finishing wit or they're going to share. No, better master, no better Pupo on it's in the back of the net. No what I will say about Spurs. They peppered the gold all it takes for the floodgates open is for the bowl to be a few inches the other side of Davidoff. But everything everything seemed to be where he could get to it. And that was the story of the gif. Let's not bitterness against mine United. That's not being pro Spurs. That's just a fact what happened. It is what happened now. I will. I will come back, and I will now defend soul shyer because you say, you know, if that's PA under marine. So maybe takes other touch. It's not just rash. Verd- practicing his finishing or whatever it is that entire play the way that it went down. This is from Andrew Harare on Manchester United's website, he talks about soul siren the tactics that he implemented and how it just like perfectly set up that goal Harare says the manager told us that at the beginning of the game. It would be difficult to make sure passes. He told us it would be easier for us to switch the play. And to look almost without looking to the other side of the pitch to switch the ball. Because that is where we were going to find spaces. We scored like that. So thank you to the game plan as well. That was Harare talking about soul Shire his tactic coming to the game for sure, but it's also the. The manager Sola Shire having fit that they'll make does runs. I don't think there were making those runs under Marino. Because they never put the ball was going to get there. And Utica Marci. Al who could have falls Spurs chances. He could've opened the scoring when again trippy miscontrol the ball, and they break look it was it was a mixture of perfect game plan. And look you want look, general and soul. Fire social has proven that he's got a plan. He's brought in a good atmosphere into the into the locker room pussies also being lucky on that. This was his low-key birth yet. Now, let's talk a little bit more about this idea of momentum building behind him getting the job. Now, we talked to Craig Burley last week. And I asked him the question necessarily say well, it was kind of a leading question. I said, you know, does it really make sense that if social goes on and does all this great for United. Does it really make sense that he wouldn't even be considered in Craig set? Of course, that makes sense. It's social has no experience. He shouldn't Manchester. United should not entrust a guy like that. With them going forward. I get that side of it, certainly. But. I assume it's. Hypotheticals? But if they do continue, this sort of whatever this enthusiasm is that they're playing with it is it's working for them. They are they are a different side than what they were a month and a half ago. You know, if they go on some kind of European run in the Champions League, if they do find a way back into the top four if they go on some kind of FA Cup run. I don't know if any combination of those things happen. It's gonna be it's going to be very interesting because I don't think the decision is cut and dry as much as I love Craig as what Craig made it sound like last. No. And certainly when you're hearing rumors about much the United considering Garrett soak it his club CV is marginally better than than older gonna sell shares. And maybe it isn't because at least on Oleg or social has won championships with Molda the thing for me. Andrew is the test to calm, there will be safe, for example, PS g open open batter them, which I honestly don't think is going to happen though. That would be something that would be a huge problem for him. But say they were to get a result against. S g result at the end of February against Liverpool like a win that he will be in serious consideration. There's more to it than that, though would Edward look at him and say I've been pushed and press to have this kind of interlocutor between manager and myself on transfers on the direction of the club. And I need somebody who is steeped in the values of the style of play, and what Manchester United is or was under, sir. Alex, ferguson. Would there be a better person to make director of football than only gonna Sasha? That's an interesting thought to now, I definitely think that, you know, three games three bad results. And you will see him slide out of the picture. Oh, yeah. This could really change absolute. And that's why I'm loath to say, I know it was a great win against bars on I know, he's beaten the opposition put in front of I you can definitely feel the vibe improving around the club bought he it's gonna take a little bit more. But that might be just a win another round of the champions now to the court. Chorus of people out there who are saying he has no experience. He can't his first real job can't be United. I would kind of tell those people to look at that. And say is is what he's gaining right now. Does that not count? Like, this is now experience he is managing Manchester United right now he is going to be playing PS g in Champions League. And what's more? If you're worried about his selections and a transfer market or something like that. Okay. Fine. I could understand that. But what have we talked about with the United under Marino that it's not just about who mentioned the United want? It's about elite level players needing to want to come there as well. Right. We didn't think that that was going to be the case with Marino with what we saw happen. The guys like Papa players that caliber, you know, if social concern them back into a club that marquee players want to go to because they're playing a more open style. There seems to be a more fun feeling around the club. That's that's important as well, and the massive wages and prestigious Tober still going to count. If he engineers a top four finish and gets another round of the. Under his belt, what he will be one of the front runners for the job for sure. Now, I said I have to call myself out. I said at the start that there's no way to look at his appointment even in the interim as anything other than crazy mocked me. No, I suggested that maybe this could become a real. No, no, no. I mean when he got the job in the first place. It was a left field. Kind of. Let's just put a hero in very much like what Nottingham Forest or doing Martin Neilan, Roy Keane? No, given the job. Let's take someone from the past to give a feel good in a bad area. But are a bad moment for the club. But that doesn't mean it's not working, and it has worked new consider Robbie muster a trusted source of soccer knowledge. I like Robbie Mustoe. Here's what he said about it on NBC N if United if the wind verse Spurs enhances social chances of getting the job. Yeah. It does affect a thank you know, when I think he said pre-game, but the social Kamei himself, the number two choice. Now if anything between now and the end of season United. Would say, you know, what I don't care about anybody else. We won't this guy. The met would be remarkable. That would be remarkable like, I know it's tough to say right now. But I still think that that number one talk with Tino gotta go on and say like rash said this was different today. This was different. And he made a big change tactically positionally with Russia position. Lynn god. Now, that's that's tough to do when you've been going so well, and he said it interview on school philosophical situations. He did it to the first off it worked out rush. Scored a near the Spurs plays didn't when they had the opportunity so rush would of course, on the hair the main guys but social today with game plan particularly first off talks to him. What philosophical issues has been working on? That would be interesting to me calls. Macro goes over. He says take that strike with the outside of your boot. Okay. Also, what's your thoughts on Descartes? Could happen philosophical. He's right though. He's painted himself into the picture where he wasn't before. Yeah. Definitely. Let's talk about to heya 'cause he was obviously, I mean, this was as much of a man of the match performance as a keeper can can give you it was just one. Are you kidding me moment after another? It was more likely that a deflections was going to beat him. Something crazy. Are you know, someone gives away Lindelof are Phil Jones? These are gives away a penalty. Phil Jones fouls. Hurricane on that head or he's he's he's all over them. Any other place on the field? That is a free kick. It's just the I mean. Yeah, I was okay. I wasn't screaming for a penalty penalty for such a penalty. But anyway, Kane still got good contact, and yeah, he should've score should've buried it. Right. And also there was decision making like the Delhi chance whereas ruining through on gold. Why does he take that extra? Yeah. He's he's closing his own. I put himself in. A little too close. It was it was a game of chicken on day. Just read imperfectly look another day. That's two one three one. He's as good with his legs as any keeper I've ever seen. Yeah. On he he is thinking about some of the safety made like the one from out of her L. If he tries to go at that with his hand, it's lights underneath them. It's just brilliantly done. That's it's got to be just like how much how much is this instinct a lot of that's instinct, but it's also working on your work. I'm sure it has to be. Yeah. How about this stat? This has nothing to do with the Hayes skills. A keeper it has to do with my screaming at the television watching this game as this was all transpiring this blood pressure staff. Well it. Did you notice watching that game that he just took forever on every kickout? Yeah. Now, I actually have a number that can tell you how long he took this courtesy of Spurs statman on Twitter, forty five seconds. Oh, forty five seconds. Is that your guests? JJ nearly five percent of today's game. This was from over the weekend. Nearly five percent of today's game was spent waiting for data to take goal kicks ten goal kicks with an average of twenty six seconds per if that definitely came from the manager to four point eight one percent of the game was just spent waiting for him. But yeah. Var takes too long. Okay. But we'll spend five percent of game. Just watching guy stand there kickers boots against the ref Boca. Or even which was which was a tra- an abomination to refuse to get involved. They'll be talking about vire racial in books. I remember these really goalkeeper Lansdowne Road in a World Cup qualifier account. Remember the name? But what a clown. He did the same thing in a qualifier Artem went two-nil, Israel equalize and from two to onwards the guy soaked a life out of the game. In a way, I have never witnessed as bad as the Heo. This guy was on believable teeing up the bolts setting it on the grass thought took thirty five seconds alone. And I don't even mean it as like even if your tactics and husband if you're a neutral fan, though is like you wanna spend five percent of your game with that happening. I I blame the Spurs multiple boys in bulbs. They were off thrown. How dare you? They were on their game. I made specific notified quickly. They were getting the ball back in. I won't have that not on the show. I don't mean to take away from today though, he was phenomenal. Let's talk more about him now with one of our favorite guys to have on this program. Because anytime anything goalkeeper related comes up. You just lose your mind and start just like going through months of David priests tweets. Well, hang on. That's not true. And don't shame me in front of David price. We had David Preece on in the summer to discussing. Glint as well. So this isn't a new thing for us the point. It's a good point. He is one of our favorite guys to speak with you, hear them all over the place, various podcast, totally football show football weekly. I news talking about Warren can Brexit. And now he's on with us. David pre spec on the show, David what's up, man? How are you? Yeah. Of course, j just mentioned the World Cup. And I guess it's an interesting place to start in talking about David Hale for anyone who may be forgot how good of a keeper. He was after the World Cup where there was even talk of Spain maybe replacing him. I'd say that they were reminded over the weekend of just how great a player he is. I mean is he the best? I guess you could say the best in the league is the best in Europe right now. Do you know what? When when Vogel. Keep is now with about different styles and different saw Fluffy's house teams and nothing for his kind and far as style you see it's himself, and certainly on all black Madrid's the to keep is of that ilk. That's the the treat the moment. We know how how far goalkeeper his moved on sitting in the last five ten years as well. So it's all about the different styles. Just the same way of a predatory strike like said, you'll guero or you have an old round like dusky here, you have different styles. So it's it's sometimes it's still a little bit more difficult to compare. Now, you were talking stylistically, and I don't want to throw big Neville Southall into the conversation this early. But I think it's interesting. So I was listening to year ago on a wanna get your take on this Southall ranked lorries above Dahiya. For probably the very reason to heya stood out at the weekend was not he made so many saves with his feet, and he said that that is a marker of bad technique where I'm presuming you would disagree with that. Yeah. I mean, I don't know of you know, what? So how far removed Netherlands from from the game these days or whether we still caution Evan and somebody like some Nevoso volt school keep using, you know, the basics of goalkeeping never change. But I think just certainly a of the past few years as being a trend towards training, Sears with your faith. And and a mentioned this in the piece I did for for the times to that where it's the goal. Keep stunts. Traditionally where we we told I in Britain solve your feet solve. Shield with the part kinda gives you gives you know, a solid base. So you can you can get to everything where certain situations you have to throw with. And the fact that you have to try to get everything you try to put things in your favor. So if somebody's coming on angle one the one it's a very tight angle for them things in your favorite base. So if you cover the whole of the goal, you won't be you don't want to be so crouching down one of Huns all trying to to make sure gets out little Huns because should top plus school cat strike is all the opportune to lift the the roof of the net. Now, you've seen soja grabble due. Do. Hey, you've seen all the people. Do it's to to listen the season. And it's it's it's it's difficult fall for everything. So why not just give yourself a neutral position neutral position. And just just you. Feats to block the bowls that could I think it's just a mole efficient with saving it. And also when you get. And when you do get contact with the bowl, you more likely to get the ball out of being the with from the strike on combing. If you use your fate that's a harder surface to hidden to defeat the ball with them. The some of what I've been wondering about from having watched that game. And I don't mean this as a slight today, but how much of it was great goalkeeping and how much of it was just poor finishing this. I I was I'm kinda the man the same is people. Not what you've got. That's the routine saves. That's he was he was expected to make. I always think buck to USA against Belgium when the Tim Howard's middle sixteen saves, and he you know, he was loaded as a national hero where mitt to three saves extended him or the other than just routine saves this simple. I think with the Hayes. Before the weekend. You've taken without his position and decision. Making 'em was was perfect obsolete. Full all the way through the game. I think about that Toby out avails save he moves into position early up Naples. Daria time predict more school, hop happen and things in his failings Pia del from dividend. There was a big retirement news today. And I of course, check your Twitter. Like, Andrew says, I always do and you're little bit surprised that we're going to be saying goodbye to pet are check at this point. What shocked you about that announcement? Just the fuck. That's despite that's you know, kind of common misconception. That's you know, that this steep decline all the schools as I could still do a very good job full top sides, much primarily outside the premise league. He's still very sold a goalkeeper. And I think the criticisms of combs with less sitting three seasons being down to the to what's being them and the and the lack of consistency and stability in from them. And. I think that's a comb on defense, which was walk sold. Chelsea where when you choose jobs play a long time. But silly him in John Carey in so. -fensive disarray time to Chelsea and that doesn't really help them. It's all so I think you know, you you look the stocks still holds with with with the best keepers and top keep around you. And I think he could have done it. It's two full years. And it's credits him, maybe taking take step buck. Maybe it's a motivation thing maybe willing just to to sit in the background and be a really good for somebody else, which he could do full of three or four seasons. But again, he could play around forty fifty games as more problem puff the or the CVS head injury out news being look with the within long-term injuries. Anyway, it's interesting you say that about how his stats continue to match up with other gray keepers. Do you look at that? And think that maybe arsenal made a mistake in jumping the gun to replace that maybe some of that money on Leno could have been used on defenders. Instead, or did you see something and check where maybe he was. Deteriorating and shouldn't have been a number one anymore. No. I certainly think that's you know, a right choice to bring in competition for him. And so certainly if they want to successor, and as successive, and that was the right thing to do with a the knows the right choice. I'm still not to show not at boats. It's said it even with his feet. You know, he looked I think sometimes you looks uncomfortable. He looks bit cumbersome, and maybe not as fluid as many as you say these days and people forget, you know, he can't the goalkeeping in these teenage years, you've sent a full before that, of course, and pressure. They put in there. I would actually be again to his defense because some of the decisions that defends with tickets. It's possible Buckingham and positions. They take to receive the ball again is known existence. And you say the the it was uncomfortable as he was taking it. So it's that was. Was a bit Hauch and hopefully all the the criticism. His with David that we have you in our on the podcast right now is kind of timely seeing as where you're from. Everyone can tell your accent Sunderland till I is causing. I don't know what you call it a star over here, but people of being fascinated by it on net flicks. They've watched it. We've been getting a lottery action to it. And in the in the wake of Netflix drop in this series. There have been a few players come out Kevin Kilbane in particular has talked about the pressure of playing at Sunderland. And it's kind of curious because we don't see them up there as as a as a massive football club. Where pressure is everywhere. But I was just curious to get your take on that. Is it really that kind of hothouse of football up? There are the fans really that kind of almost intrusive and suffocating. You know, like of friends so who played for many sauce in the US left and whether they. They will coastal going supermarkets, you know, 'cause people the people just them and criticize them, and and I found throat my career, and you often find the best funds son being the worst the most go because there's no in between to basil and phenomenal show support. Sometimes the criticism can be exactly the same the opposite side as well. But I think what's what the guys that said full seventy produced. And directed if no stripped away, and what is that someone is about the funds? The biggest strengths of the club is its funds and the people of the e because it's you know, a Goldbach most weekends over and visit family of adult. Eliza barron. You know, the really great dealing someone's. It's a great town as good city with grid people. There isn't a great deal that it's a prosperous city as it once was so you take away that's football cooled and you take away Nissan, which which is the big of of jobs in the city. There's there was a great deal that and it's football Maine's Shula Butch area. You see in the in the savings that I think I came across well, and for me, I I should have been a, but actually I did a couple of told you hit interviews the at the start and. And I I just I just couldn't keep it open. You know, when when they dock, and so I couldn't I couldn't be there. And at the time when I was in order to have us come on things. He just wouldn't it could have been a real cau- crush and a real disaster for the club. But the said the fuck that focused on the funds and the people behind the scenes at the club thing. That's what she'll the great strength of. I'm here as you talk about, you know, people coming up to you in the grocery store and things like that you ever find yourself just pumping gas up in Sunderland. And a guy wants to criticize you for a goal, you let in I mean is that like a thing you could relate to from your time there shortly? Yeah. Me a the solve the ups and downs of of any play, you know, of, you know, equal through touches. And certainly when I was opened up at they know they were very similar funds. Abidine Scotland Ray, they you know, when I first went didn't time the tables and Kim my call on goal is. To what on the flipside? Remember, the first time I ever went to New York. I was in like they might be like a Virgin Megastore Times Square. My and deemed find came off things on he asked me for my autograph Times Square. The the funny thing was that of a few peel, rabble soul. And almost a sign about thirty autographs of to sign his autograph too. Because so many they must have thought I was somebody that was famous. So so for the young fun of a second Salah is my fifteen minutes famine in New York, I think are selling Aberdeen's fan base in New York short. It goes typically Yankee Aberdeen giants usually how it lays out. We'll thanks so much for joining us, man. We're always interested to pick your brain on all things go keep related and Sunderland related to soccer related David priests. Always thanks, man. So the story I was referring to Kevin Kilbane was that he would be in store in the shops. Just like David said and someone of thunder fan would look into his basket and go you don't wanna beaten that. But the best story he told was he was out with his wife for dinner, ours girlfriend at the time thing he's twenty one or twenty two and he sits in for dinner, and I don't know nice. The restaurant was but a Sunderland fan shakes his hand. And you think that's fine. Takes a picture. I don't think Kevin was that long at the club. And he sits beside kill ban and his girlfriend for twenty five minutes. All I kill ban was like why what do you do? And he couldn't he felt like he couldn't say anything to the fan. You kinda can't especially if you're young player at you've only just know he had a miserable time he had. He had only a few. I'd say Goodman's there. He did not enjoy time it sooner than he was much happier at Everton when he went there and the fans used to get on his back. But imagine that you're at dinner. What do you say people need to have some sense? They don't they feel as if they own you on Sunderland's one of those towns. So I heard all these stories coming out after Sunday's until I die in a hat to ask David. And he corroborated my evidence. Yeah. So our thanks to him has always loved catching up with him before we move on jayjay. I did want to mention about Tottenham because the big news today was that the MRI of hurricanes ankle came back. Is that the same ankle? He injured before the I'd have to look. All right. Okay. What? But the news was it was about as bad. I think as as could have been. Yeah. Did reveal ligament damage, and he's going to be out for at least a month. They're saying sometime in March the expected to return, which is a brutal blow to them not only because they're coming off a loss in a kind of a demoralizing loss against Manchester United. It's a brutal blow also because they're losing son to the Asian Cup. He was he left the club after the United game. They're still kind of dealing with. Injuries. Now. I know I think Eric dire is starting to train again. I think Victor Wanyama is getting closer to returning. But, you know, those guys aren't strikers and for sun and Cain to both be gone at the same time with some really important matches coming up you're talking about missing now, the Champions League matches against Borussia Dortmund, some presume in your intake goes no her then you can't sell them. I mean, it seemed like he was halfway out the door. Then he goes and scores thousand goals against Tranmere. Rovers and he works his way right back and disperse good graces, but they really don't have a choice now. And I don't know what they do. I mean as Delhi alley now expected to kind of move into more of an a central attacker spot is he gonna play up top with maybe Lucas Moore who missed the match over the weekend through injury himself is someone going to come into the club. You know, it's so funny. How? You're right. That's a natural thought for normal fan to have. But when you're fan of this club that like if somebody comes in. That's that is bonus that is extra credit that is not even like a flicker of thought in my head because of the way this club is now seemingly operating so on just looking at the guys who were there, and I guess it's going to be deli. Lucas Mora renting some sort of combination of those guys. You know, I loved Elliott alley. I love Lucas Mora. I don't think a ton of Fernando. You're anti at this stage in his career. I mean is this is this a group that like are they as Tino going to just have to change completely how they play when they're going to, you know, take on Dortmund. Can I put an M there? Sure. Who's being on the bench and being featured in squads trained with first team a bit put his I mean, super young Troy pirate. He does play center forward. All right. I mean, I saw some talk of Callum Wilson's name being thrown around from born Muth Eddie house says they're not gonna let him leave on. They'll hold is fake to the fire in a way. That would be which means that. It's nothing will come of it. Yeah. That's a name that I love that would be great. I think really highly of him. But man, this is just really really bad timing. It feels like they're in a bit of danger zone. Because look the I the price for them. Now is not like stop the talk about them being a part of a title race or whatever because they're not. And that's that's okay. But top four is essential. They have to like they're always going to be a club whose key players are in flux are they going to leave for Madrid. Or they gonna stay. If you want to have any hope of keeping these guys there needs to be Champions League football that new stadium next season. And if there's not it becomes harder to convince Ericsson not to go to Real Madrid or Pocchettino not to go to United. For him to Real Madrid. You know, it's this is this is like a dangerous time right now. I'm just thinking cheap. Strikers January who you going to get a throwback in my head. I just go right back to Louis Saja, and like names like that even got noise like this this generation, I mean that was kind of still this generation who's like a guy like that. What do you any? What's outta boy Oropesa? Yeah. Surely, we can get crouch e back in there. Right. You need someone. Yeah. I don't know. What do you think? I mean in my like, no, your this is serious. Right. It's it's it's extremely worrying. Because I mean, it's. All I can think of is does does daily alley. No placenta forward has. He the no st- is he can he score at the pet required. Because in the past when when came was injured last year, sewn came in on on did an unbelievable job to bridge that gap and son is not going to be there. So it's unbelievable. I don't know. I honestly think if they can make some kind of loan deal or do something they've got to go into the market. A really I feel that strongly. Boy, it's tough to go in though, when you're already when you operate the way they do. And now you're entering the market from a perspective of having no leverage at all nothing. What do you what do you do? Here's a trivia question for you. You mentioned Harry Kane and son to players who were leaving what percentage of Tottenham goals. Do you think they've scored this season sixty five percent? I mean, come on. Let's be real. It's forty seven percent neutered that question. I was going to say fifty and I thought oh he's asked because it's higher. I mean, I thought forty seven was high forty-sevens mockery of the whole thing. And now, we Lucas more knows your time. He was permanently player the month for the first month of the yet him get him down the Senate just needs to be healthy. That's the problem right now, we move on Spurs not the only club in north London. Going through a bit of a rough patch right now as arsenal lose a game. Yeah. I've got some things to say about this later in the podcast. I saved the arsenal chat because it's much more than the loss of west time. Oh, oh, my God much more than that with the international birthday. Boy Declan ROY scoring the winner. So are you saying that we we should table? This maybe table at yet because we can talk about Arsenal's woes later on in the podcast. I wouldn't want to upset the flow. This is what what do I do is unprecedented down has been invaded. I don't know. I guess we know too much snow stuff. At the end rake go to break, everyone go to break. Bye. Eight. His. Crossed the cycling. Say. The fate of because. Delhi? Sorry. Did we not spend enough time on that earlier? We had to relive those saves any excuse for me to get a bit of chemical brothers in there. Arlo white on the call way. Did you see I thought it was actually really cool what they did on Saturday. Oh here he comes. I'm Jay Jay soccer is a sport to be taken. Seriously. If you're trying to have fun. You're wrong business. They did the thing where they go on the mopeds between the grown awesome target done at grit guys school. All the content all for the clicks. The back of a moped. I'm lead. What brings you joy in life this being an act snark. I know that's not you have a mailbag. We do to soccer pod caught off site. Pottage Email dot com. It's not very timely opener. Sean Roden with Harry Kane out to Maritz, you think Spurs should go out and pick up shit retail. And do you believe he could thrive under potch? There's no way West Ham are going to give Shittu retail to Spurs. This is not happening, and he's agreed terms. With valencia. I'm West Ham of blocked that move as well. So Chitra he'll going anywhere. We'll probably have a lot more to do with what happens with Markle and out of each whose brother has come out and told him how he would very much like to go to China to the Chinese Super League to win titles, which is. Which is. Can you? I'm sorry. Can you say that one more time I America out of its his brother wants Marco to go to China to win titles? All right. Sam narrow more love the pot, and I have two questions for you. I'm an avid fan of football. And I've always been a supporter for Barron Munich never fully committed to an English team. First question moving to New York on the twenty third. I'm wanted to know where you guys recommend to watch my football games. Preferrably a place that has the English pub kind of ambience the barley corn don't own is a very good one. It's an arsenal bar. But it's got that ambience. I always say Caraher is because the food is good, and you can go in there when Liverpool aren't playing and it still it's still good legends football factory. Yeah. I've always enjoyed Baker street Baker street and his another good place. Good food to second question. If Thomas motor were to leave Barron and go to one of the big sixty PL teams, which team do you think he would most help? Well. Golly. This is just like a Spurs trace seriously, though, I can't think of anyone more perfect for just like, I know he's kind of been, you know, off his game slightly from what Byron fans are probably used to. But God would kill for him right now. I think they're win percentages is highest when he plays deal. So ROY love the podcast. It's something I look forward to as I drive home. Not knowing grit deal about MLS your analysis resulted in me, no taking a greater interest. This is a bonus on top of your European analysis. Helped me choose a team on your sport. Komo news Spurs by from Australia. Well, an Australian listener wants to select an MLS club. I thought he'd wanted like an elite team we probably I would assume has has one I would say New York rebels there. They're bits Versi Denver green. Love the pod. With Tim spear is talking about mal about Wu's. My highschool soccer team took a trip to England joined the world's, sir. Excuse me. I'm just messing this up joined the summer of my junior year, circuit twenty ten and one of the stops was at the Malla new stadium for a wolves preseason game against Athletic Bilbao stadium was packed. And we all left us, huge wolves supporters. It was our first time as Americans experiencing European football and parson, and we were all blown away by the passionate fans just for preseason game. PS also founded the Michael casual is the voice of Lampe jarred watch. The Don Greco. We can't reveal have you can listen that's good detective work by whoever that is to bias nyc. I think it'd be helpful. If you had an upload sheduled for the pods, people aren't happy that they don't know when they'll come out. That's what that's fair on. That is fair. There's a need for emergency pot. Of course, which I love ha ha ha that's fair. We should try and do that. We will not do are. We are we to inconsistent in like in the days in which we do. I'd record every day. If it was my choice, but it's not so well, no, we are where either choose day Wednesday Thursday, and we're the occasional Monday. You just listed for the five sometimes unafraid if Landon Donovan comes Ota retirement again. So yeah, that was helpful Jeff Brokaw after watching Sunderland till I die on Netflix. I have felt a responsibility to bring them back to the Premier League. For some reason. I couldn't get KDB to spend a season on loan with me and he's playing championship manager. And he has them top of the EFL league one. But we don't. What setting it's on? So we don't know we record on Tuesday or Wednesday or sometimes the Thursday or maybe it's a Monday. I mean, it's like a friend of mine had a dog, and it's it's kind of sad. But the dog got something in his eye and had to lose his eye. And so when my friend told us that we were like, oh my God. That's that's awful, and my friend tried to justify it by saying, oh, it's really not that big a deal just like picture me. If I only had one eye and some hair over it. And I was like would be incredibly Jordan. Oh, I don't know about the point of that. Joel bronze sent us a picture from Wembley at the weekend. He was at the game. He sent his to really nice pictures one from outside the ground and one from inside the ground ice. I Andrea million. Osceola soccer pot, incoming red card play precise. Please for the political musings of Mr. Neil Warnock. I don't know why politicians don't do what the country wanted if I'm only the referendum. You know? And now we see different politicians and everybody else trying to Fulton it way Reaser said again behind you know, what did we have a referendum in the first place? I can't wait to get out of them. If I'm honest, I think we'll be better out to the bloody thing in every aspect tell with the rest of the world. Football watch as well. Yeah. Absolutely. This is a man if you haven't seen the video footage. This is a man saying to hell with the rest of the world while beside behind him is a sign thing. Visit malaysia. I want Neil Warnock to go and compare his pay packet now at Cardiff from what it was at Sheffield United when he came up twelve years ago, I would say dollars to donuts he is doing a lot better now through the TV deal, which has come about by the massive interest worldwide in the Premier League. And because some of the best players in the world can play there. This idea that England and English football will be better. If we fall his out, send them home is nonsense on the air talking about quotas. Andrew quotas on Premier League teams it can only damage the game. But that was new Warnaco Brexit, boy, he has really become a shockingly prevalent fixture on this show the last Larry we he is wormed his way in and we can't get rid of like who knew three weeks ago when when we talked about his comments about Spurs, and Wembley and the new stadium that like that would now become like the first of many weeks in a row where he would say something ridiculous. It's not political for me if he. Voted Brexit for Brexit for leave and bats his position. That's fine. My issue is that your soul blind to what you know, the influx of foreign players on the global game. You can't tell the world to bugger off. Well, apparently, you can well, maybe you can't you're Neil Warnock. We got so many tweets over this. Basically this is Lampert. Jared. Watch spy gate addition. On a keeping an eye on. Leaves United had a very good tune victory over Franklin Pierce, Derby County, but the lead into the game was overshadowed by spy gate, Andrew Bella check in really, Bella check in style tactics. Where Marcelo Bielsa who apparently has used this as common practice throughout his career in management sent a spy to county training ground to watch them train into film and record them and Frank was not best pleased about this in that spoke to Conor McNamara of the BB of BBC radio five live about the whole thing. When the so it's met earlier in the season back in August USA spec. Your club suspected that. There was someone supervising your training inspiring interfering with US Davis. I'm guy was. Kitman sewer line in in the Bush's film in China. You've played big teams in this country, you flayed abroad as well. Have you ever heard of anything like this before? No, not really I'm innocent people on positive emotion on information. I've never heard of training ground move ends. And as replies broke into private land to shine. And I'm not heard of that minute. He's been doing this since he was manager of Argentina. I mean years and years and years splaying position. Well, yeah. So. Mike what you will how much we walk about this. Because for me. It's not right. And i'm. A big fan from the follow of Baosteel book from room. Baseline cloudy today. But. That's how uprise. Then that's how he does it. So yeah, really strange not a common practice in English football. I would imagine the dissemination of information from Toco, I'm sure goes on. I'm sure people know somebody might give them a call while of being like. Leads are always beat leads are always beaten Darby. They were so much better. Frank manpower was magnanimous after the game. He said we did not play well enough and leads were much much better than those as they were in the first game when they wouldn't four one. But it's it's still it's not ethically grit to for be able to do this the if EFL of launch an investigation, they're not one hundred percent sure if he's broken any rules, but it's kinda not in the hosiery put it the spirit of the game in England to do something like this, or at least not to send a spy in that manner. I mean, what are you like, what are you seeing set-pieces free kick routines? You're also probably seeing that as Lampard said before pre-match before the game will how're you Wilson's not gonna play for us. So they would have noticed that probably would have known that. I mean, it just seems so insane to like send a guy into the bushes with pliers cutting through fences. Like what what is this? Don't pretend like it didn't happen in this country. And it was insane. When the patriots were had cameras set up around stadiums to spy on signals like this is this like bonkers territory is that for the mail one. Final thing. Harry Wilson tweets us Austin just got their team in MLS. It's looking pretty grim for me in Detroit who will get the remaining spot in your guys opinion. First of all. Austin did get their their spot. Those in announcement would Precourt Garber and Alexi Lalas was there and the whole thing, and it was a glowing crest which was very nice on good for Austin. I would say to Harry Wilson, you have got a team who are going to be playing in the NPS L pro very soon come on like, I know, you know, what he's asking though, all I'm not going to get my big shiny fancy molesting go support them until you do get one. But this might have been their best chance. I don't know. I don't act like he's an ingrate for asking a question. Like that that I'm sure there's cities across the country who also love to have an MLS team Detroit of a really cool thing going on there. But he wants it's not absurd to wanna chance to have that team compete at the highest level. How can you not see that? I just I they play friendly games against European sides. They put listen to your ten thousand people regularly at Detroit Kim's, that's pretty cool, man. That's a that's grown level. I'm not saying, it's not cool. But I completely understand his desire to take that to the next level. And have those those kind of atmospheres be repeated against the likes of L AFC in the Sounders and Portland like how. You're you're being just willy. Insta- institute horse support your local clubs. We always we always, you know, push people to want to do that. But so don't have been Harry Wilson was it's a great question. I'm sorry. That JJ didn't take time for a team that doesn't exist. Put your money where your mouth is going to support your local team and also campaigned institute promotion relegation, then you can get to play the Seattle's you didn't tell me that. This question was coming. But off the top of my head who the other cities in contention sent Louis Nashville Louis. Sorry, louis. Yeah. I'm trying. I'm trying to remember. Now. I know that with Austin getting a club. It seemed like San Antonio was probably off the table Phoenix with the Phoenix rising. I feel like I'm forgetting an obvious one. I don't know if I remember it. I'll say it before the end of the show. But yeah, that's a fine question at CO soccer pot on Twitter caught off side pot. gmaiLcom JJ have a what to watch for. But it's very quick if you have something on any of these games. Stop me Liverpool. Crystal Palace liberal. With their one no victory. Maintain four points up yet. Let's see Saturday twelve thirty arsenal. And Chelsea I won't say much because I guess apparently we have more stuff on arsenal. That is yet to come was a lot of news today. That's off the field. But not good Sunday. Eight thirty AM Huddersfield town in Manchester City, JJ, David Wagner, by mutual consent is no longer Huddersfield town's manager, and you just you just can't help. But wonder what if what if this had happened say five months ago, but you would want the US men's national team playing the style of football Huddersfield plan this season or even lassie's? I mean, maybe they play that style because they have handicapped, and, you know, look certain he did a good job with a what not much resources. Yeah. And I think that you know, even though things were going poorly. The fact that not only did he gain promotion with them, but manage to keep them up. I think that it wasn't. He will forever be a revered figure there that was America last few games at the end. The last season. Incredible. The point at Chelsea I remember watching that game thinking, this is this is such a box of the wall effort. I wonder where he goes now what what is his future? He is in the Marco Silva category where he will get a job, and maybe even a lower tier top-flight job again because he's got such good reputation for working the Ourika with very little Sunday eleven AM Fulham and Tottenham JJ. Did you see who just signed at Fulham crazy Ryan bobble? What's crazy is that he's only thirty two because I feel like if you told me it was fifty two I probably would believe ten years almost outside of the Premier League after he left the and went on this kind of wandering journey. He's been signed from Besiktas Turkey. Look you've seen him, particularly when he's been on your screens for the Dutch national team in those friendly games and and nations the games he he's a good player. But Andrea if you were making a short list of guys to help get this team out of the mire. He would not be honest. No. And you know, clearly there there is this feeling of sort of like grasping at straws here. And it's kind of a hate to go back on things I said before the season, but it's kind of the way Fulham operated in the summer transfer window big names names of people familiar with Andre Shirlow, L Calum chambers. Like, I don't know if this is like that, by the way, let's just speak while we can about surely goal tweaking that goal a give it goal of the season. They own believable technique to take Puc that bowl from this going volley it into the top corner. The fact that he's knocking wrong to relegation team is bizarre second minute. And then how do they go and lose it? Just feels like it's it's the story of foam season two own goals in the span of three minutes. Only had no shot on Harrogate. You gotta fan, sport wise. That's that's that's winning. The burn leeway and league JJ Saturday ten fifteen AMRO Madrid and severe with Real Madrid looking up at severe right now Madrid fourths Avia are in third. They are tied on points. So this could be moving day for Madrid as they looked to inch their way up closer and closer. I don't look I'm never going to foresee a path to them catching Barcelona. But I don't know if they care about finishing second. It's just a weird optic to look at that table. See them in fourth. I don't know. I guess if there's any fear of them finishing outside a champions like top four place because Alvis is right behind Real Madrid. Just a point back. So yeah, that's Saturday. Ten fifteen AM should be a fun one red card. Can I go I hear you may? Okay. My red card goes to Murchio sorry manager of Chelsea a few days ago. He was talking and discussing his disdain for VAR fine. Whatever that's not what this about. Disagree. But whatever, but he was then asked about how he felt it performed in the World Cup which prompted this response. Sorry says quote, I didn't see anything in the World Cup. I didn't see a match in the World Cup. I don't like the national team because there isn't anything to learn. It is usual position every coach thinks like me, it is unusual to say it it is impossible to arrange a team very well in thirty days every team in the world. Couple lose against the top level club teams in every match. I think that is normal because in a club you have time to organize a team. But in the national team, you have no time. So it is very difficult to see an organized team in the euros or the World Cup. What joyless arrogant? I'm joyless comment. Okay. Fine. You're smarter than all of us little peons who enjoy the World Cup for the sheer fun of us. Brainless fools who don't know our foot from our face to think JJ that we would watch soccer for reasons other than gaining knowledge, and maybe just fun and like patriotism, and you know, just the World Cup is fun. But no one is calling it the the the elite soccer competition, by the way to Rangatira in thirty days. That's half the fun of it. That's point throws up results like Belgium, three Japan to like. Yeah. This. Thank you. This is not a revolutionary comet. We all understand this. But like to to think that like there's nothing to be taken from the World Cup. I don't believe that either. I just thought I was him being cornered 'cause vire worked quite wet at the world, and that's same cornered. And he's gotta get outta here and say, I didn't watch it. I hate international. Soccer. What have I said? Now, I don't know you seem pretty convincing to me. But like it's joyless feels like a guy who's like jaded, and you know, on his shouldn't be because he I mean, it's only twenty years ago. He was a Bank manager is he that guy in a room. Like, if I were to pull out like, you know, I love like a kit Kat bar, and like IBM join it and you'd say like all man that looks good. Can I have one and he'd be over there saying, you know, how many calories are in that? He's just that guy. He shouldn't be that guy because he left banking the boringest job to be a full-time coach and has been very successful. He should be full of the joys spring. Yeah. What do you got? Oh, arsenal arsenal arsenal. Great work reporting. From some ESPN heads today, according to Rafeh, honing Stein arsenal head of recruitment Sven, MS tat is on the way out the door after only year in the role. He had been appointed by Ivan Gazeta's who has no at Milan former head of football relations, rose and alleys. Was promoted to head of football with business dot reporting directly to him according to sources, sin deformed, director of football up our Sloan favorite recruitment policy based on his extensive network of context throughout Europe. When business dot had been tasked by ZD's to follow the kind of analytical and stats based approach. That's all nineteen year old midfielder Mattia newsy joined from French second division job Laurie. Twenty two year old Uruguayan international. Lucas Tara a rifle from some Doria, both of whom have been successes in my view and double-whammy Gabrielle McCarty almost Symon taniwha dropped this article explaining why Amri said rather curiously last week that he could only make loan signings. In January and short refers to the decisions made last January on the money pumped into signing a bomb Yang McAteer Jons contract and re signing Ozil only one of the three of these moves have worked out, and it's a three year plan. That's going to see them hemorrhage one hundred fifty nine million dollar and if they sell os. Zil? They're never getting back the value. No, no. These guys are all in their late twenties. And that's why Aren Ramsey had to go. So you're looking at this here. I am re has no honeymoon period. He what he has I guess, but he's going to have to make the best of this. And this challenge for top four with what he's got. He's going to have to prove himself as a top manager this pretty dire stuff. These contracts are not nearly in their final stages. That's a lot of money to go out. When will ask they'll be able to sell again on a point that's made by Gabrielle Mikati in his piece is that it's not like cranky, flashed the cash, even when they have a lot of money. This is yes, it's bad you want. If you watch that team against West Ham at the weekend. They are short three four five defenders, maybe you wouldn't have necessarily thought. Now, I know that those are big name players. But like would you have thought that it would debilitate the club for at least a year moving forward? The money is owned believable the wages. I'm by the way, they only hear about his movie money being injected into clubs and arsenal. Or one of the richest clubs in the world. I mean, but there within the I guess they're operating within the constraints of of of the club itself of what the owner wants to do on. This just doesn't jive also was interro nine million. And he wanted twenty million a year, and they gave him close to that. According to the article. He doesn't play it's wild. It's obsolete. Oil and you're wondering if he's going to get the crack of the whip he thought he'd get up the club doesn't doesn't seem like it right now caught off sides man of the match JJ. My man of the match is Petter check. We talked about him a little bit earlier with David Preece, but I've got some more and we're gonna play. Check trivia dots. That's unfair. Why these are all with the exception of maybe one of these. These are eminently get I'm just not in. Okay. Go on. I have read known of the of going to say eulogies to check. He's not dead. But I've I've read known of the the tributes to him. So I'm not up on my stats. He will be retiring at the end of the season, by the way, this is not an immediate retirement. He's gonna play the rest of the year. All right here, we go check has two hundred and two clean sheets all time. That's most in primarily history. Who's number two on that list? Peter schmeichel. No, David, James. David James played till he was forty across how many jobs as they say in baseball. He's a compiler who are you mad at he's a compiler number two better. Check is one the primer league's golden gloves award four times. It's the award given out for keeper with the most clean sheets and a season this award started in oh four oh five by the way. I should say that could help you that can help you. He's won this award four times. One other keeper has also wanted four times. Can you name that keeper? A little tricky. Now vendors are no now when you say it's not like, what am I supposed to do with that? Is that your answer? Or are you cheating on I? Joe hart. Joe hard, by the way, Burnley have one three on the bounce. It's been drawn just saying number three Pedder check. Where's protective headgear? Of course after scary collision with this player from back in two thousand six Stephen hones. That's correct of reading accident. Marino called him a wolf you're on the board number four Chelsea signed Pedder check from this French club in two thousand four who know that. I don't know Ren stat Ren Ren. And last, but not least JJ Chelsea defeated Byron Munich on penalties in the two thousand twelve Champions League final check play the role of hero in this game saving one penalty in extra-time and another one in the penalty. Shootout. Can you name the Byron players who had those penalties? Safe muller? No rebury, no sake. Oh god. Sick leave retr- drew. The penalty wasn't Twining. He missed in the penalty shoot up. It wasn't wasn't say. All right. I'm blanking. So in extra-time redrew penalty drug, but took down rebury iron Robin had his penalty save. It was a meek pathetic attempt. Oh that was it was a dribbler wasn't. It was awful. And then in the penalty shootout if each oldish had his penalty sale, right? I remember that. No. Yeah. There you go Petrocelli trivia you did. Well, I had a lot of trivia surrounding the question, but not the actual I love when you say, it's not Vander Sar like, okay. Hey, what do you have my man in a matches United States, youth international? Charlie Kelman who scored from inside his own half on his professional debut in England playing for Southend and the third tier which is league one cattleman lob. He didn't lob I'm reading from an ESPN ours. I mean, it's not a way line. It's hard to call. It a lot. He absolutely painted, right? Over the Plymouth goalkeeper in the second minute of stoppage time if you could write a goal a spectacular goal in your debut that will be but it wasn't enough to prevent south losing three two on Saturday. This into the audio. There's no commentary the best thing about this is the thwacks of when he hits the ball. You can tell. Good for you. Seventeen own believable. What a story. Well, here we go. Now, a new young player for us to be obsessed with. Yeah. 'cause you're gonna start watching league will and maybe I will chance. Absolutely. You know about it, by the way, the goalkeeper did not cover himself and glory. But but did he lose sight of the ball like his dive at the end where are you guys doing? But you're not remember Steve Harper when job Alonzo did his from the halfway that was pathetic too. I mean, usually like if a guy is going to score from the halfway line beyond like, a goalkeeper never really going to cover himself glory. Well, no Beckham nailed Neil Sullivan. That was perfect. There was no comedy dive Beckham's just measured at perfectly the one that I felt always felt bad for. I don't when Tim Howard scored his the way the wind took that ball. And just like put it over hired Robinson. Wasn't it? Was it Paul Raut? No Paul Robinson scored. Well, he scored excuse me. Here was I got the hot here. We'll listen to it. See this. Don't. Who take the? That was ridiculous. Yeah. I mean, it was got us did. Yeah. And to Howard's credit. He like he almost looked angry and said afterwards his he had been on the other side of that once before. So he knows how it felt. So he wasn't going to celebrate. So. Yeah, there there you have it. It's it's the goalkeepers union. They just wanna look after each other, which which is kind of nice. Hey, that's it my friend beefy beefy podcast. Yeah. Really was I enjoyed it thoroughly. I hope all of you out there as well. Remember, if you get the chance rating us on I tunes goes a long way if you wanna get on there and give us a little five stars can only help and people have been doing that. Really? But yeah, it's been very nice, very nice. I would like more much more demanding. But I do appreciate it also, my friend. I'm going to demand. One thing of you. You can't stall on this rap battle no longer. What about battle is happening next week? No one is asking for absolutely known as. Yeah. But maybe we should take that as a sign we're doing it full are not shy about telling us what they want us to do. And no one cares about this. All right. Well, are you going to set a challenge for them or you're gonna say like, no some kind of likes? We'll look we said, we'd do it will do it. But I'm not in any rush, quite frankly. All right. Are you? Well, I've got some nice Brennan Rogers look up the two of us only one has provided this he PL back more. So don't make it seem like I'm dodging. You are recording artists technically, hey, this was fun my friend enjoy games the rest of the week. There's an FA Cup replay tomorrow Newcastle today, by the way at bears mentioning which is good for them a bit of joy Tyne. Yup. To you. I say take take care. Listening to cod off-side soccer podcast.

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Caught Offside: The Champions League IS BACK!

"Caught offside with edry. Gummy and jj davani. Oh yes offside city arben in brooklyn new york and champions league back. Andrew gun ling. Jj manny what brought of andrew. How are you you very well. How about you good at. Can i ask you if you thought that. This was the round of champions league football. That was the first round on. It was according to a lot of our listeners. They really really enjoyed it. I think they might be right. I think it was a very good opening. Salvo i mean today in particular. Were recording this on wednesday night. After the second day of i matchday games. And i i mean god it feel it just felt like whichever match you chose today with the possible exception of the medical madrid match Which whichever one you chose today aside from that one you were. You were treated to something really fun. And enjoyable so paramount's Flashed street at the end of their their game. The liverpool game They flashed straight to the the closing minutes of atlanta golden portal. And it's just everything you'd expect from that game it's nil-nil the cameras zoomed in on dago. Simione giving some kind of instructions to a player. While the player is stricken injured on the ground it was just. I know like we've we've loaded people who support athletic. That listened to the podcast. And i'm sure we have some that porto to what you have to support those teams to watch that game. That was a hired. Nope not doing it for everybody else. It's like you know the episode of the office. Jj where there's the The american office where they throw competing christmas parties down. Like there's the one christmas party with. That's really fun with all the music and like cool people and stuff and the other one is just like samba. Music and like very bleak. And there's the one part where lake i forget who it is but one of them is like staring out the window longingly at the christmas party. I felt that is the people who were watching athletic. The even the fans of athletico madrid in puerto watching that. We're like staring longingly. At another screen of manchester city is goals being scored like a goal every second being scored in that game or getting the halftime score update from the liverpool game going lou. Yeah oh man. I believe i could be wrong. But i think stat that i saw was the twenty eight goals. Were scored over the course of This first natch days of the champions league just riveting stuff all around. We're gonna talk all about it as we are conducting this podcast right now. My attention is going to be a little bit split. I apologize but it's for the right reasons as they would say on the bachelor Because the union right now are locked in a nil-nil draw with club america. Attempting to overturn a two-goal deficit in chester. I don't have a great feeling about it by the time you're listening to this. You know if that feeling has been justified or not but should i have any sudden outbursts during this podcast that is. That is the reason i will say this. The game gap between the two ties was so long that i thought they'd just given up on plan this round. They're just decided that can't be bothered. Forget as was what was it. It was like four months or three or four months between the quarterfinals semi's and then one month from the first leg to the second leg body keep the juice in the competition. Got it figured out the fix the schedule Let's talk about the champions league in europe. Jj uefa champions league. Where do we start here. I i mean. I have my rundown and i kinda like. I did a lot of it before. Today's games happen. So i'm open to going in whatever order you deem to be appropriate. I'm fine i think. I think we should probably go with the upset that happened yesterday. Okay and take it from there. Because this might consume some time it's multi-layered things happened. Lots of them happened on if you're matched united support or none of them were good. No unless you're one of those supporters rooting for rinaldo to have great stats. Then you might have been slightly pleased But in the end. Yeah i don't know how and then are you really a united fan if you took that if that was what your allows from yesterday. I don't know it's interesting that you say that because we know renaldo is a kind of a team of its own. He's got his own stands on twitter and social media. So there's probably people who are only delighted about that on the game is tangential. But we're we're talking to real football people here. Andrew of course to one in just the most thrilling fashion young boys pulling off the massive upset of manchester united. After going down a goal early. And i gotta say. I mean to a certain extent the stats. Don't lie in this one. Sometimes they do. Sometimes they don't united didn't have a shot after the twenty fifth minute against young boys. Now i know they went down a man of course with the wamba soccer red card What was that. An a thirty fifth solar nat So naturally the game was going to change on that. But i'll be honest like i. I of sometimes have this mental battle over how a team should handle going down a man when they are the far no-fence the young boys. They're a good team. Sure i don't honestly know a ton about them. But i know what manchester united are. I know that they are among the favorites to win the premier league which right now we look at it as probably being the most competitive best league in the world And so like united going down a man. I'm sorry to me. That shouldn't necessarily equate to young boys than bossing them for the next fifty five minutes. No i it shouldn't now let's be fair. The red card is a huge factor in the game. Of course it will change the way you play. Naturally i understand that but to not even have another shot the rest of the game. Yeah to do nothing offensively Opt joel has this one. Manchester united as you said managed. Just two shots in this match. The fewest opt to have on record in anne of one hundred thirty eight uefa champions league matches since all three or four their second and final shot of the match. Kim the twenty fifth minute. Just we've often said it on the podcasts. Before it's not acceptable to just say well we've gone down to ten men. Were gonna lose the game or this. The way it's going to go especially against the team like young boys all be united on the road and that was an unbelievable atmosphere in burn. It was it was it was crazy. A heard andy. Mitten talk about The united we stand editor and he said that outside. That stadium looks like shopping center but inside it is absolutely one of the best Atmospheres in europe. I mean i remember tottenham going there when they qualified when they finished four two after they beat man city to qualify for their first champions league and that was where they had to go in quality the qualifying round. They had to get through young boys to get actually into the group stage. They went down three nil in the first half. And i remember thinking oh my god all this for nothing and then they score two and then the second legged white harlan they they dominated. But yeah i remember. That place was a cauldron yet and let me get all the the excuses for united way. Because i don't really i. I'm i'm in agreement with you. I don't think there's really dot money despite the sending-off but Descending off in my view combs as a direct result of that surface in that field. I don't understand why young boys are low play on a synthetic surface like that went. I'd seems nobody else does. And if you do it in the if you get promoted to the nfl from the conference in england you have to rip your pitch. I'm put down grass field. If you've got one of these fields. And it's just faster and united struggled to deal with it and wamba sake get sent off in part because he's overstretching on a heavy touch and if your touch is not pristine on those surfaces. We see it at atlanta at the benz in. Mls that thing just shoots off and the next thing you're lunging to try and get it back and that's how the red carry comes about what to talk about the surface would be. I mean talking round the real problems issues that you know you've encountered in this game on. I think a lot of them came from that sending off of what saw share decided to do afterwards. Yeah So i mean. The main talking point seems to be his decision at halftime to switch to back three ca. Can i can. I bring it forward a little bit. Sure so wamba sokha send-off saucier. Sydney has a decision and the decision he has is he. Settles on taking off jaden sancho even though like if you factor in the circumstances no created. There is an obvious choice of who you take off in this in this scenario for donald to come on. but it's a choice saucer knows he cannot. You're going with this. But it is so like i want you to imagine that. It's i'm trying to think of. A striker in his thirties happens league. That's prolific okay. For lille i was watching highlights leader today. Actually so if burke you matt's gets If there's a player sent off for lille You could see them taking off a striker center for at berkeley. You matt's taking him off and putting on a another attacker they'd still have. Jonathan are taking putting on defender. They still jonathan david. They could still do things on the break. But you wouldn't want burke umass involved in a team that's going to play a lot of like counterattacking sprinting. Football only going to shower has a thirty six year old center forward who has just scored and who was also a god so in a normal scenario if the rest of the game is going to be counterattacking effort because of a numerical disadvantage then sacha would stay ox. Bruno stays on pug the stays on. But this isn't a norm scenario. Because it's a god it's ranaldo can't take him off so he's in a bind straight away. I mean you saw ronaldo's reaction when he eventually did come off the seventy fifth minute. Could you imagine his face in the thirty fifth minute. All right. so let's except he can't take renaldo all and let's make our peace that jaden sancho had to come off although who needs minutes more than jaden sancho right now. Who needs the confidence of maybe a breakaway goal in european competition to get him going probably jaden sancho. But we can't take rinaldo all not in the thirty fifth minute. Substituting donna vanderbeek and bringing on a central defender at halftime andrew. Which is what you alluded to in. Verandah is just stone negative. Leaves you with one less midfielder to get the ball to the man that you can't substitute in thirty five minute. Rinaldo leaves him and pretty much the attack on a kind of an island and this is the result. Manchester united create zero x g against young boys after thirty five minute an overall in the game the x g one point four sixty young boys zero point five to two manchester united. This is just. It didn't have to be like this. But this what the the substitutions the decisions team made makes you think that he didn't have a plan for this eventuality that he didn't have an idea in his head and that is straight away his his conservative streak just flashes through. I mean if you take off midfieder andrew. You're inviting young boys onto you look like you said let's not disparaged either. David wagner managed side. So they're going to run a lot they're going to press. They're going to try and do their very best to take the game to you. And i just think he conceded too much the substitution cement. Yeah I want to mount a defense for him but i happen to agree with you. Yeah i'm not gonna take it But it got worse. And here's how it got worse. So he takes renaldo and bruno off. Who were utterly out of the game. Anywhere in the seventy fifth minute. He brings on manage which is again. I don't know and brings on lingered. i don't i don't hit bring on lingered. He said sonar said after the game you needed likes or all right. Okay farrell But now rinaldo is on the sideline and you'll notice. He had a post on the big face on them. Big moosh on and then it happens. Emasculating of soldier share happens. Where ronaldo doesn't sit down. He gets up and he's in the technical area with solitaire. Just ticketing trying to orchestrate something on the field and the visual of that. I don't know if you saw the picture. I can't remember if there was tv. Shot of it. But he's there with his tracksuit. Top on sasha's got his arms wide overnight lows like a step that step and a half behind him trying to make a signal onto the field to the players remember how he acted in the your european championship final in two thousand and sixteen when he went off injured. Yeah remember he was. Just limping around on the sideline as if he was player manager. That's that's not quite as what he was there but it was enough for real ferdinand who let's not forget is the mind that helped broker this old thing by spending all night on deadline night talking tonight before talking to christiane renaldo convincing him not to talk to manchester city. Not to go there and to come back to united this is what reaffirmed inhale and bt sport. If i'm the manager. I've got to be honest. I'm telling him to sit. I get it though. He's just a passionate guy he wants to win. He's desperate to win and he can't hold it in is going to turn around to him and say sit down. Could you imagine maybe at some point but not in not in the ramsey it. Andrew cannot see it in anne anne aspel it was just a i. I fell for solitaire. i really felt for them and Yeah the nice. The nice road again and He's lost seven champions league games. That's a lot of his eleven right. Yeah loses in europe in big moments in big spots. I think for his reputation. Last night was nearly worse than the europa league in may and that was bad but well the difference. There's a significant difference mainly He has a this. Is the first group stage match. He has ample opportunity now for this to just be a long forgotten memories a month two months from now absolutely an what has he more than anybody. He's got enough good players to like win a bunch of games and we've seen it with them before and he can on coaster well yes that that never fails in the end if he you know he can lean on the fact of what we were up one nil and we went down a man. I mean you know and and he does have a. He has a team right. Now that we've talked about that is not saddled with a lot of two way player. So he was about the whole team. He had to make choices. I guess in the end you could say he made the wrong ones. Although having said that. Let's actually okay. So they do concede. It's one one if they're down a man from thirty fifth on and they leave one one. We'll say it's disappointing. But they got a point not the worst thing in the world so think of how close they were to us having away different story here and let's think about how it actually ended it wasn't because they the dam broke. It was because you know the sport humbles you and jesse lindgaard who a few days ago is celebrating scoring a goal. And you think wow this guy. He's back in the fold for united and then he comes on a terrible back. Pass the american. Pete fox pounces on it and scores and jj. It was the latest champions league game winning goal since the latest champions league game winning goals. Since i dunno lucas mora tottenham. I ask so. That's how close manchester united were to us telling a different story here and i don't think it was all these tactics necessarily that caused them to lose. How can you say that because the golden happened. Because of some defy. It wasn't because of some knelt down it wasn't you know i know that i a- not i. Young boys were putting the pressure on them. Of course i saw the the final third completed pasic stat was one eleven hundred. Eleven completed passes in the final third for young boys were told thirty. Eight for united's pressure was on united. Were repelling. they were tape heading davis the calorie too. That is they. Were doing nothing at the other end right that. That's where i won't forgive them. they can. I don't think they needed to concede the game the way that they did. I correct and that's why i will. That's why i say. I'm not gonna fight you. I ultimately agree with you. I can. I agree with you. To a certain extent they could have continued to try at least on the counter at least trying to do something they coordinated they all of that to to bring on a centre-half to be to be what they were. And can i say in just two. This is not the end of the world we saw in the in the other group game we saw valencia and we saw a atalanta. You know draw so it was actually. Nobody's risk away now. That was a a to draw. United can get either of those teams in old trafford equally. They can get at them away. Antoine there too good sides. I'm not you know. We know into trouble vera. I'll give united already. And we know how good atalanta i've been for the last three seasons in the champions league i'm just saying it's not a disaster for united One thing that really did annoy me. This is this is unbelievable. It's the first group stage game. It's not the end of the world and yet somehow we are in a football environment. That means jesse lingered is compelled to tweet this out a picture of him with his head down after the concession of the the winning goal last night Here's what he tweets. Last night hurt. Every time i pulled on the shark. I hope people understand what it means to me. I always go out wanting to do the best for the team in the fans. I'm upset from my patent defeat. Mistakes happen in football but we picked ourselves up and go again. Why does he need to say. This isn't any of this. I vividly remember. Roy keane against sharon. Tina anna group game in the champions league in year. Two thousand doing the same thing except he did it to some way better than than p for. He did it. To caveat about a student he played brielle about a student with a by ball and united lose the game. That's that's roy. Keane probably the one of the greatest ever players like this confessional thing is crazy to me. It's not right. Shouldn't feed has to do that to what ward off a bucs from fans. I suppose maybe i could be genuine. He might have truly felt bad might he might have wanted to do that. Jay his own volition. I'd say he felt absolutely terrible but he has nothing. He's a professional footballer. He did not do it on purposes. Nothing to expand anybody on the other side of this. This is. i'm sorry to do this to you. This is the definition of putting someone on the spot myself as well great. Us soccer moments in uefa champions league. History i'm trying to place this one. A ninety ninety four th minute stoppage time game winner against manchester united while come to to finish off a dramatic upset. That's gotta be high but the ones that come to mind each tyler. Adams's game winner to final christian pulisic scoring against shell or scoring four chelsea against rao madrid in the semifinal yet. That's up there I'm sure we're forgetting some lake. We definitely are and Yeah i mean. These aren't the only guys to score. You know i remember weston mckennie He i know mckinney against barcelona. That had that unbelievable goal. These are also recent like. I'm trying to remember if like sasha question had any a huge moment always remained beasley had a big one for ps psv. Ooh yeah. I can't remember who it was against. But he had a big one so i would put that was way back. What like a one zero two or three even. Yeah play so i guess i'm gonna put this out now because we're we're doing this on the spot off the top of our heads. I will put this to the cough side nation. Go on youtube and tweet us videos of some great. Us champions moments that we are not thinking. Because i would just purely So i can watch them. I would love to dig out the beasley goal. I love yeah. Yeah you're right you're right. That was a good one. You have anything else on this game. No we've and we've got to be. We've got to treat the united fan base with kid. Gloves didn't enjoy mondays. Podcast y o. We weren't more fulsome in our praise. We didn't talk about how united inspired by their new player. Didn't eat the pudding on friday. Didn't have the pudding yeah. I saw that story. They should've it. Should've eaten the pudding. Honestly they went out in the played like puddings. I'm all right. Is that an insult plan. Like putting is that an ira joe. It's a it's a it's a. It's an hour islands thing. Someone called you puddin not go here yet. But i don't like it. And i accept it as an insult all right. Well then we continue. Chard all those united fans i not. I was one of you. After i went to the smithfield and celebrated with all your fellow naivete i it was directed towards me at all. You are an unabashed. Hater of both the united and rinaldo. So this this is a match made in heaven I'm i'm also able to talk about the game and break it down and it didn't matter who it was coming from. Jonathan wilson wrote a piece about the game last night and he was one of our listeners just called him an old fogy. So you cats look. You can't win your only hope you put it out there and people kind of understand that you you you you wanna talk about. The isn't calm. Everyone just it's coming from a place of bias and all this stuff which is distinctly possible. It's not possible it really isn't i i. I don't think outside of my own club. I talk more about a the manchester united because in a way. I love manchester united. You can use that as a drop There's there's there's very few. There's very few jobs as interesting as them But you know you're if you're going to do this job. Andrew you gotta take the slings and arrows and brave enough to do it. You are brave. Let's continue. jj. We'll we'll stay with yesterday with tuesday's games. And what will let's do barcelona embar munich. now is so little to say about. This says a loss in some ways. I looked at this and thought barcelona. They've improved. i mean the you know. We're not that far removed from the eight. To and with easy this is this is worse than the eight to will the dominant nature of this. The meekness of bars like remember. I remember talking about as weird as this is gonna sound because the to horrifying and the in a game reached a point where it was the stop stop. He's already dead but like don't you remember j. Barcelona scored on the on the bar munich own-goal and then they kind of had this patch play after that. Where like they were close to scoring again. And you thought we were really in for something that obviously that obviously never happened. Ms wanda barcelona were just so overmatched. a point to four x g. That's the lowest expected gold toe goal output in a game in the last twelve seasons in league and european competition for barcelona And then he tells the story of just how one sided this was. Yeah jamie summed it up. Well he just said they can't do any of the things they were able to do anymore. This is just it's sad it's What do you expect they. Don't have martin braithwaite yeah But they've replaced him with like breath with extra strong up front and dion. So it's as you're watching this like what i'm trying to do when i'm watching a game like this with barcelona is i'm trying to consider okay. Is this like every team can have a bad game like like i said it was massey's barcelona that lost eight to munich So was it that or like. Was this sort of you know when we talked to. Who was at simon cooper before the season and you know he basically said that. There are those within barcelona who believe they are now entering a phase sort of like where manchester united. Maybe not now are now like where they were. The last several seasons of just like sometimes qualify for champions league. Sometimes we won't. We won't really be a threat to win it but we'll hang around. Yeah maybe this was the initial sign that. That's that's where barcelona our game against bar munich. Who are great. You know but recent iterations of barcelona. We expect to compete with them. Obviously and like they just can't and this is maybe. This is the new era that we're entering so we're probably entering a phase pre guardiola pre Reichert so kinda like louis van early. Two thousands early two thousands where they had players. They were interesting. I'm pre- ronaldinho okay. But they weren't sworn defective and they day weren't they weren't so distinctive. I this barcelona. We know the things they do. Well we right up until last year even they still could be barcelona and they were recognizable. Now they have to go into what we asked grim hunter about last summer. Are they prepared for life without messy and It's going to take some some recalibration and it's not gonna help anything when you see that Patriots broken down already after playing ten thousand game. I was gonna say calendar year. It's not surprising. I mean it's it was it was in the it was bound to happen eventually So yeah it was kinda depressing. Yeah outlook i. Also i know. Sometimes i we. Everyone does this kind of like this pendulum. Whichever way it's swinging. That's where we all are the prisoner of the moment. I still think they're a good now. I don't think they can win this competition. They've got this. I don't view them as as any kind of real threat in the champions league. They're not they're not that anymore today. But like i'm not ready to to rule out their chances and la league necessarily. They're not my pick to win that league. But like i don't i don't know that i'm in a place where i'm just like completely finished and writing them off as kind of a you know. Fifth playside andrew dare When you look at it on paper they've got some decent players but you know her stig okay. Pk just an unbelievable career hind him. Bush gets the same. Or you know. They're older now. You have a frankie diong. Who is a class player like really really class but you know. It's a difficult moment to be at. Barcelona pedri unbelievable player. But you know it looks so ordinary without l. messy and the team even with like look look at the guys that led the line yesterday. Memphis to pie. Okay has had a bringing few seasons resurrecting his career. Leon but you know this is a. This is a few rungs up the ladder. Luke is starting for barcelona. Yeah it's it's weird. It's weird transition time. There's no question about that is and a manager in kumon that i don't know if that's the manager they really wanted but it's the one they have be it financial circumstances or whatever Yeah this is. This is going to be a weird season for them but in league they played three so far. Haven't lost yet. To wins one draw. They put four passos adad. So no we'll see like it's going to be a weird season for them but like you said there are still good players there and But yeah i think. As far as european dominance goes. I think this was. This was a sign that does not surprisingly those days are over now. Using the work dominance. You wanna know what dominance looks like. Jj but that how about one hundred thirteen goals in ninety three games. That's competitive club. Only since two thousand nineteen two thousand twenty that leads all players in europe's top five leagues in that span. That's robert levin danski. So one hundred thirteen goals since nineteen twenty. That's the most second is imbaba. Rinaldo with seventy six. The gap between levin doffs ski and second is insane. This guy is a machine. You can score goals in every way with his head with his feet. He's fast strong. He is the perfect number nine And i am such a fan of watching him And he would not score road. Even when he's not scoring for his country he's wriggling around in the box in the ninth minute against england and standing a ball to the fire post for his team it to equalize. Yeah in the international break. He's he's class android. There's very little else to be said about. Except could he be one of those guys. We thought it might happen with obama yang but there is a clear. There is a definite declined but one of those guys where you're like in his thirties. He's going to do well. He's going to be just fine. He's going to be worth the money. You're talking about him making a move. No no no well he. He floated before the start of the season he he. He wasn't batted away by the way he is thirty three now. I mean he's there like that's i know we're talking about what you're you're what you're asking is happening right now. He's but glenn's the foot wins the fall off up that i mean how good he looks. Now i'd say we're at least two years away from it while that's that's that's two more years of that. That's that's special in that span that i talked about. So since nineteen twenty. He ever does a goal. Every seventy one minutes during that span converts twenty-seven percent of his shots. There is one player who has a better shot conversion rate. In that time you know who know another guy whose name was In the news for positive reasons during these first champions league matches now arlanda erling holland. Thirty percent of his shots he converts that's That's amazing for players with at least one hundred shots taken limited one hundred and thirteen goals in that time and second is in bopping rinaldo with seventy six that is just another level that he absolutely yeah Let's see let's move. Let's move to today if that's all right with you. Yes let's go to your team now. It was one of those one of those nights. Jj there was those famous. European night's anfield. You can't deny them. You can make fun of them all you. I'm not making fun of anything. They exist there thing. They're special nights other places too but Not only their the the way. The way liverpool started out one it could have been four nil at certain should have been tune l. at halftime Mohammed saleh missing the penalty. After trent alexander arnold put them when the law and then Suppose i wouldn't blame joel not to put on the site of of defense. Things had a brief lapse for half time and Redditch and d as nipped in with two goals to put ac milan. Who were if you saw the way. They started this game there at six at seven they were. They were arguing with each other trying to figure out who should be where liverpool ripping through them but they found a way to be to one up at halftime and much to the kind of shock of downfield. Cronin no doubt your klopp well but liverpool came out in the second half and Or rig who had been a surprise selection at centre forward played in a lovely scoop chipped. scooper chip. Jj make up your mind. I'm gonna say scoop. I haven't seen it again pass into the into the path of Saleh who finishes. I mean just brilliantly. Ball hops up goalkeeper hesitates for me. He on bad are but effects it. What the outside of his boot wylie's mid air flicks it home. That's that's party. That's too and then jordan. Henderson buries a volley nice goal. Reminiscent stephen girard on. It's the right result. Liverpool were the better team but it was pretty incredible to see The way things turned around and to watch virgil van dyke on the sideline hoping for arrest which he got rolling his eyes at the second goal. Going in like what is going on here. It was it was that stretch was fascinating. It was it was crazy. It was absolutely crazy. Was it was interesting to gauge who supporters before the game and their general bemusement at a really being picked at centre forward. I was of the same mind. I'm like what's he doing. But then i thought about it. Santa is at a pretty busy start to the season. My what's up. Saudi omani do the sonic. Some of money has had a busy start to the season and had a pretty pretty involved game against leeds on sunday. So it's only a few days later so give him a rest rotation's important so mine is oh for has the hamstring problem. And then you're looking. Well who else can occupy that place. And it's literally only a region like liverpool are still like they're now could mean command and you could play three with saleh jota and oh. Yeah but it's you haven't got that kind of center forward presence Maybe for me. No doesn't really give you that kind of does he's he's been able to grow into the role or ricky's the only other one there now. He's the only other viable option. And it goes to show you I i still think they're like an attacker. I know jamie kyra hussein. He would like to have seen a forebear coming into the club in the summer. And it didn't happen Also shows that it's liverpool are in my tip and gomez of two excellent center hives but they are much more likely to make errors or mistakes. When virgil van. Dyke is not there But i have to say it's another really really good performance from never you know. i know. They conceded two goals. But it's another good performance from them and I i'm sure top is very pleased. And he was on the original thing. Cloth had an interesting comment about arabia. Afterwards i don't know if you saw this because i guess liverpool you would know better than jay but did they wanted to move him on Yeah they they. They wanted to get rid of them in the summer. Get rid not the right word. Move him on in the summer. But it's it's an interesting. It's kind of a paradox. Because klopp is he says about and the there was no interest. No one had any interest in riga and after the game. Today klopp said. Obviously people don't watch football enough as a comment supporting a reiki. But like it's just weird because like his support of It's for a guy that he has no had no use for really at his club. Just was i found it kind of like an interesting almost contradiction. I thought so too so so in a depressed market. What about you. Are you watching enough like that. What about yeah exactly. So what do you expect. An in a depressed market jurgen. You're expecting it to obtain pay for player. That doesn't play for your club that rarely gets on. I mean he hadn't started a game in six months. I think i think that's correct. That's what The commentary team said Tennessee said it's just amazing that diva caridi. Like when it's all said and done for whenever it is that he does leave liverpool. He's gonna leave with a really nice highlight reel of of major majorly important goals that he has scored for them. It's very interesting it. it really is You can't say he didn't. He hasn't contributed over these past three four very good years for the club because he certainly has Was another point. Oh yeah just just to give you an idea. The dominance of the pool in that first forty minutes they had thirteen shots inside the first fifteen minutes That is ridiculous. It is absolutely ridiculous and in fairness. Milan did well to rally and get themselves ahead. It's unbelievable kestler midfielder. Just absolutely i've never seen a player. So flustered at the start to begin. As as casey was trying to figure out what was going on in fairness to milan that they tried to be Didn't try to pack the boss but that ended up meaning that there was lots and lots of space for liverpool them yes followed start for liverpool and a not not a bad start from line. If i heard dea said afterwards you know I'm mad because we nearly could have beaten such a great team like liverpool which shows we can play at this level that remains to be seen. But they'll be heartened from from the way they finished the first half and from a couple of chances that had in the second half to these teams. Don't play bad games against each other in this competition. No no as As was remarked. Here's liverpool lou trailing milan at halftime and going on to come back and win the game. So where have we seen that before that the best champions league final all-time who for me it is. It's so good. it's so good. He put me on the spot there. No i thought cardiff in two thousand seventeen. After munzu pitches goal was going to be that kinda give and then the dribbles. Run away with it. oh god. That's a good question. I i would have to. I'd have to think a bit more about that. Because united and bayern munich had the most unbelievable ending but it was largely a terrible game. Wasn't a good game. I i was thinking about real madrid. Athletico madrid the extra time for one. That was bronco scoring right at the end to send text or time but like in terms of again there's a buyer munich. Russia dortmund have had a thrilling finish. But it was not a very good game no You know so there. There's a difference between those two. You can have dramatic finishes without the game rises the level of what that ac milan liverpool match was. I agree with you sir. Yeah i'd have to think harder you might be going back. Might be going back. Further on and like there was a period the ladies into the early nineteen european culprit was just dour. The first european called that i watched. What ninety-one oh my god. Oh my god. I'll just off again. We continue you have anything else on that one. No i don't not to be not not to not to leave liverpool fans wanting more buddha. Now i have nothing else. Manchester city rb leipzig six three. I believe only three champions league matches have featured more goals than the nine scored in this one. Six different goalscorers for manchester city It was an incredible offensive display from them. Little bit of frailty defense for and leipziger are are very good team and kuku was fantastic posting a hat trick. Just the fourth player to score hatrick. A champions league match for the losing team An incredibly entertaining game. This was yeah. It was very very good. I think my favorite city goal was Jack relish is great. Yeah yeah coincide. Carter then top corner on. It's amazing to think he's twenty five now that's his first Again it goes to show you. I mean it's you was at aston. Villa villas well. Well if they'd taken the money from tottenham. he would have already had. How many champions league gals daniel eighty couldn't spend four million more ridiculous. Yeah that one really. That grinds your gear does but yeah city were city. Were very very good. Life's h very very good to Incan kuna was going to be on the end of everybody's tongue as we entered the period. There's a period that happens. It's round on assay. Invoke tober starved november where people just ramp into transfer speculation already and his name is going to come up no. I don't think he's gonna move in january boasts Yeah he had a brilliant. I think he is. He the first person to score against manchester city sense. Legal messing two thousand sixteen Certainly champions league. I think that's the case Yeah that was was a fun game and again if you were watching. Porto unathletic was that was the wrong choice at simon By schakowsky tweeted this guardiola to bt sport. I'd like more people to come. On saturday. we will be tired. Southampton are so dangerous. I invite all our people to come three. pm to watch our game so apparently didn't sell out. it seemed. Do you think there's something sad about the manager having to plead with people to come and watch this. Obviously excellent team it's weird. It's it felt very. I saw that and i felt very nonleague to me. It did feel nonleague. it felt aaa kind of baseball. Or something like that. Where you're in. You're watching local tv in a motel and then this kind of paunchy former big league manager who's moved to the town is trying to get people to call him. He's being forced to advertise to get people to come well. Hey there folks. This is coach. Joey guardiola here from the city slicker soccer team. And i want you to join me at the soccer stadium for the big aaa match this weekend against those southampton lake monsters. Tickets started only ten dollars folks. And if you win the raffle and we are leading by four goals. You get to sit with coach. Joey and make a substitution. There's cornhole face painting and special game guests. The width of jack religious cavs. So come on down to five one five route two to five. If you pass the denny's you've gone too far. Tell them coach joey censure. It's exactly like that the southampton lake monsters. I think we should call them that from now on there. Shall we call that. Well yeah but it did. It felt weird. I'm not. I'm not slagging. I'm not gonna start slagging city fans off. I know that. I don't want to tell other. People spend their money. These games are expensive on a weeknight. It's not easy for everyone to get out there from whatever their jobs are so i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna pass judgment. Just felt a little strange to manchester city are one of the favorites to win this competition. And you would think that there would be kind of just a built in excitement over this. Starting i would've thought and leipzig aren't aren't nobody. As far as titian is concerned. I mean that's one of germany's better teams. So yeah i suppose it's a little bit. It's a little bit unusual. Sure they've also replaced a rule with the front seats at city with advertising that kind of double electronic advertising so Yeah maybe they just decided they can't can't let Which is strange to me because it's a very good team to watch. Yeah and that was on that. Certainly on full display Earlier tonight a couple of other things to kind of race through here as we round out champions league Jj we talked before about jordan p faulk and the joy of a us soccer moment in this round of the champions league. Well there was also the despair as john. Brooks's month of despair continues. He sees Two yellows he sent off in their match against lille wolfsburg against lille You know it was. I don't know if you saw it. It was kind of just like a pretty unnecessary is like middle third. Can i take you through intentional handed. Let me take you through. The first yellow is one of these things. I hate to see most in the world. Which john brooks trying to defend out white outside the confines of the width of the aging air box. And he kind of he hoax Burke huma the aforementioned burke you'll match around the neck. I just hate to see it. It's up there with either white and invitations. Those mailed invitations and people making out on the subway car late at night though. I hate to see those things a hit to see this By the way. Jonathan david goes to pass brooks to score a goal that was ruled out so it could have got a lot worse but it was ruled out by var because the ball had already gone out and the second yellow is not. He's out on the left again. Looks as if he knows the ball's gonna pass them loses his balance and he handles it on. It's it's red just a nightmare and just like watching it. You know where the handball occurs. I'm just saying like you don't have to do it. They still have fifty yards to go before they're even in any kind of attacking position. Like i just not necessarily. I can't watch him. i think he's good player but account watch him when he goes charging for the ball to know. Where are we when he ends up. Get sucked white. Whatever system wolfsburg to do whatever system the us. Men's national team have to do. If he's playing can make sure you don't leave him in those positions or he doesn't end open them is is what you have to do because it's a nightmare. I mean he's definitely a good player. i don't doubt that he's just. He's just in some kind of form right now. I felt when when it happened. I was like oh no not him like. It's just like of anyone. He didn't need this right now. coming off of that qualifying round for the us. And so the. I felt bad for him. I'm sure he was probably pretty down after that But at least they didn't lose the game by the way. No sign tim ware Yeah that's true not on the bench not in the starting line. Let's see leo. Messi made his debut in the champions league for ps g in a one one draw under harare scoring for ps g. but That is all yep point. Yesterday underwhelming he hit the crossbar which was classic messy cut in onto left and whipped it off the crossbar. It was awesome but underwhelming idea mbala gate was talking about it saying how they linked to really well early on and then the front three and then the energies zapped out of it and i should say it was against club bruges. I didn't even say who they were playing against. You should give him credit to do. I heard tino say those words that you never wanna hear manager say afterwards. He said that clubbers just wanted it more than us. Yeah i'm for a guy you know. one thing. We never factored in only talked about this early account. Remember us dune was that this is a guy who likes to pricey likes his teams to price. And the i mean look. At the way the tottenham forward line used to press And i was going to get those superstars to do it It's yeah i mean. I think it's a difficult job actually. Listener cody tweeted. What does this say about potch to me. It daddy prefers a young squad who was winning to press play at temple. Personally think he's not the type to have squad superstars and eagles. I would say we don't know that yet for sure. But he Cody makes a valid point. There could be something to that there. There is because when he worked with anyone with an eagle before power from this new job that he's in relatively new job zony into jobson's christmas. I mean the egos. In that tottenham rumor but they. I'm sure you know pale in comparison to what's in this. Ps g room Lino yes Potch will you we we. We do some pressing. No we replaced press. No namur will you know we we you press a little we. Will you press a lot. I need you to press lot. No yup. we'll see. We'll see if talent can went out a couple of others Jj sebastian holler at i x four goals today in a five one win for them over sporting. I wonder if this is gonna be another example. Not the deuce tach wasn't good into primarily but like i xe kinda taking primarily cast-offs and turning them into superstars Four goals at couple of the more toppings. Two of them were pretty good finishes. That's one goal for every ten million. He cost west time. He's still record signing amazing. Not you gotta look at his size. The size of 'em how could moi's not get something out of this guy. It's amazing don't i thought he'd done thought he d do a moi's on them and make them into make him into one of those combat of strong strikers gets his head on things anyway didn't happen grip performance from him. Grit individual performance really was and he enters elite company in the champions league including marco van boston people like that mazing Real madrid getting an eighty ninth minute winner from rodrigo. They defeat inter one nil in what was actually a pretty entertaining game. I know the score is not that of what some of these others were but It was it was a fun game and tough one for enters. It looked like they were heading towards a point at home. The sense gyro. But it's rodrigo getting the winner for real madrid real madrid's first shot and target was at that point in the game and it was the winner near there. Went up with two on target. Twelve shots overall eighteen shots for enter. I could be mistaken. But i think it was reading rodrigo. Who so young. This is already his third game winning goal for real madrid so he has that clutch gene. I suppose but also can. I make one more mentioned as well as jude. Bellingham is performance for bush adornment in their two one win away at eighteen years of age andrew. It's it's mind boggling. How good he is all the things you can do. As a midfielder he is just absolutely brilliant and the defies that is coming over his services if he if he continues to develop that is going to be is gonna be epic. it's it's amazing. I still chocolate and laughed at birmingham. They retired his jersey seventeen term many games. He actually played for them in the championship. But they they retired as number blah. Yeah on unbelievable. Talent just amazing and And it'll the clamor for him. Actually the clamor won't happen until he moves to england. I take it was going to say the clamor for soak it to find a space for him. I mean i would have played them. Way more in In the summer into the european championships bought it was unlikely to happen with the manager. Like garrett's okay. But i'm young and finally one other one. i want to mention. Jj i wanted to give props to sheriff terrorists bowl from moldova but from dover oh go on finish what you're going to sell. They won today in their champions league. Debut this tiny club that through qualifying got through into the group stage of the champions league and then they were victorious in their first champions league match. The little guys score one for the little guys. Jj but i'm curious where you're headed with the later they they. They scored two brilliant goals So it was interesting because they were playing schachter donuts so shatters plight will be familiar. The ukrainian champions have been playing an exile in lily. Mlive kharkov and now the capital kiev. Since the eastern city of donetsk became embroiled in a war involving russian-backed separatists in two thousand fourteen. I'm reading from a german football magazine. W less well known are deputies sheriff terrorist ball the first ever representatives of the republic of moldova in the champions league but while you and indeed the broader international community officially considered the city of terrorist. Ball to be moldovan most inhabitants would insist that their city is the capital of trans denise easter or transnistria so they are A kind of a separate entity And that's the consider themselves so they don't see themselves as moldovan although for probably ease that's that's what you if i have them categorized interesting didn't didn't know any of that so to places that are kind of i won't say they don't exist but they are in their in the nether zone of In terms of international recognition in international borders their stadium seats a little over twelve. Just under thirteen thousand. So that's like Born stadium yeah. I guess yes. That's yeah and they are in the champions league pretty cool. That is pretty corporate. You have anything else on this. Initial set of champions league matches. Jj not off the top of my head andrew. It was it was incredibly enjoyable. It's nice to have the back and Yeah you know we said. There's too much football. But i i most people don't. I don't think this falls into that category. I only say that we talk about you. Know club world cops and champions contests and florida derby's or whatever this falls into the category of. Oh yeah but the good stuff doesn't happen until after the group stage. Well i disagree. Enjoyed groups. Now i i. I disagree with that too. I think this is awesome. Yeah wouldn't mess with us. Sadly that will change. But i would not mess with this good thing. You are too late with your mess warnings. I know they have already begun. Yeah they have massed. It just doesn't take effect until was next year. I'm trying to remember which year after. No no no no to twenty four twenty three twenty four. Oh by the way there was one other thing i wanted to mention. I don't want to forget about chelsea as they won. Romo lukaku is proving his worth as we figured he would. I mean it was brilliant signing to the team like they've already won this competition and how much better they might be from the team that they did it with A got a little bit. I mean it was close this one but chelsea do start out with three points. Their title defence is off to the to the right start grohl from as political editor lukaku. Who nods at home. So yeah very good start. Let's take a quick break when we come back a couple things. I wanna mention on the other side. some stuff with. Us soccer red cards man of the match. Maybe we'll talk about that in just a sec. Don't go anywhere more caught. Offside still to come back now. Cough side Jay you mentioned before the things that you that you hate in life. I'm trying to remember what i've already forgotten what they were. But it reminded me I actually text you about this. I i was on the train the other day. What do what do we think of people who are just on their speaker phone on a quiet trade evil. The worst people in the world. What is that. What like. I don't know i i don't have that gene. That would allow me that. Would i would feel so free around. Total strangers that i know are feeling nothing but contempt for me. Like how do people operate in such an oblivious way but that's okay to be on a speakerphone on train. I think they're they're levels of self importance they attract. They want you to hit them. They want they will take the hatred in exchange for being noticed in their life. There is no other reason. I talking loudly and explicitly on your cell phone on. The subway is as the the actions of a maniac. I agree and i was on this all right. This is an all timer on the train. Wants coming in and it was totally quiet. It was like early morning people commuting to work. Jj the guy behind me on the train full volume no porn on his ipad. Just didn't care did nine bear god. New york city is a fascinating place. All abbott chimera. Let's full disclosure here while not full disclosure. because that would be horrendous. Put the tran line. You were coming in on those days was. This wasn't the subway. There's no talking about this is this is regional rail. Yes there's if you see a guy on the subway watching porn it's still like. Oh my god dude. What are you doing book. It's not the weirdest thing you'll see on the new rights. There's almost an anything. Goes mentality when you're on the subway. It's almost cute if you were to see it on the subway not on regional rail. Then it's weird and creepy regional rail. That is another my god. Yeah this isn't one of those stories where someone tells a story about themselves but wants to gigiri. This is not about me. You animal oak not accept that. Just show i would tell you. What do i care. Actually i wouldn't. I wouldn't tell you. Did something like that but i would never do something like that because i have on the diesel porn didn't care he didn't care have to care he didn't. I turned around and tried to like steel quick glance just to see if what i thought i was hearing was what i was hearing. There was no mistaking and he was just watching it. Like serious face just taken it in unbelievable or where we. Jj who yeah. I i was just checking the update during that break of what's happened with the union and it's just It's not gonna go. it's not gonna end well for them. They've now gone down. a goal. Red card has occurred. It's it's all come apart and they're going to be going out of this competition the semifinals. But i will still say That is a good run for them. For the way they operate You know building from within not really glamorous signings to to make it that far is nothing to just kind of like snuff off. That's that's this is that was cool and that was a nice round and hopefully They'll be back again at some point. gonna go out kinda meekly so perhaps the club. America to my hat got speed. Let's see jj wanted to mention so. This story arose on tuesday afternoon. That us soccer has offered identical contracts to both the us men and women On the surface you would look at that and say oh well the. Us would have been asking for equal pay and it appears as though they have achieved that they do not see it that way. No they don't they issued a tweet from their. Us national team he eh. So players association us pr stunts and bargaining through. The media will not bring us any closer to a fair agreement. In contrast we're committed to bargaining in good faith to achieve equal pay and the safest working conditions. Possible the proposal. That usf made recently recently to us does neither. Now here's where we have a problem. what i would say is knowledge vacuum. I don't know what was in that proposal. I don't know the ins and outs of the meg. Mcglynn from the athletic was just great on this she tweets. Us soccer just issued a statement on the us women's national team on us. Mt as it states that usf has offered identical contract proposals today. Proposing single cbs structure with revenue. Sharing usf believes best way to achieve. These important goals is by the. Us women's national team players association on the us ns teepee a negotiating together. That's the men's association however this quote marks this is from us soccer if the players association's choose to continue to negotiate separately as they have today. Us soccer will invite the us women's national team to sit in on the negotiations with the us ns and vice versa in the interest of full transparency film. So one thing that. I found interesting when i initially saw the thought. Crossed my mind but like you. I hadn't seen the details of it so it was hard to know. Then i read what jeff carlyle wrote and he closes his piece With this which. I thought was really interesting. And the cynic in me could see this coming So i'll read the last two paragraphs of jeff's article he says there's also skepticism about us soccer federation's motives and pushing for single cba one source who requested anonymity to the sensitive state of the talks stated. The fief bonus money issue was being used as a weapon against the men's union to make the us soccer federation. Looked like the good guy quote the way they want to solve. The women's problem is not by increasing. The women's income fairly the source said it's by cutting the men. Cba down to the women's two thousand seventeen to two thousand twenty one deal numbers now. I don't know if if that is in fact what has happened here. I don't know if that is what the us women had in mind when they demanded equal. Pay okay you want equal pay men. You're now we're gonna we're gonna bring you down to. Yeah how's that for equal. That wouldn't that wouldn't seem to be what they wanted in fact if anything they wanted not they wanted their fair share of the pie not not every not with the other side of less play from which then they'd have to share from right That's the way i understand it to a c. So difficult for me because men as i understand it They don't have a salary in the way that the women do. They draw their salaries from their clock right whereas the women in the vast majority is like true essential contract with us soccer now. The faa football association of ireland. Two weeks ago agreed that the there will be equal pay between the men's and women's teams in ireland so the fees will be the same for the men's team they would be equal than they would be matched for what the women would get. But those are game fees training fees camp fees. Neither team as far as i understand are salaried by the faa because demand are paid by their clubs in the women are paid by their clubs. The other issue here. The we mentioned the the fiba prize money for world cup's the disparity between men's and women's soccer is just so great that it's just it's hard to look past it and you wonder if us like is us. Soccer expected to bridge that gap fica. This is again from. Jeff carlisle's article. He says fevers proposed. Awarding four hundred and forty million in prize money teams to take part in the two thousand twenty two men's world cup. That's up from four hundred million in two thousand eighteen. The proposed prize money for the two thousand twenty three women's world cup sixty million Four hundred and forty million for the men's world cup sixty million for the women's that is up from the thirty eight million dollars in prize money. That was awarded at the two thousand nineteen women's world. Cup is a gender gap. If i have ever seen one so this is on the eve of the. Us women's friendly against paraguay tomorrow and that could get ugly. There could be some kind of protest from the women's team because It's already got ugly. So i don't know who runs this account. There's only about five and a half thousand followers it's you. Us soccer calms verified account with the us soccer federation badge on it so the us women's National team players association releases their tweet. Which is a response to the jeffrey carlile. The jeff carlisle article okay. They're retweeted are sorry. Quote tweeted by. Us soccer who say the following. Excuse me us. Soccer calms an offer on paper of identical contracts to the us women's national team and us men's national team and to discuss equalizing prize. Money is a real authentic and in good faith. A publicity stunt is a ninety minute one-sided movie which refers to l. f. g. zone the women's movie that was released on a movie which was released on. Hbo wow which which caused a lot of consternation for i think this very same twitter feed that's unseemly to andrew collective bargaining negotiations. That take place through the media always end. Well everyone comes out looking good in those right. Just ask major league baseball. I mean come on. This is not a good idea who's adding him run that account. I don't know he he or she. Who's running it. I don't know yeah. We'll see well. I'll be curious. You're right. I'll be curious to see what happens at the at the us women's next game if there is any kind of protests. 'cause if feels like emotions are starting to really boil over with these negotiations they play paraguay tomorrow at seven thirty so At first energy stadium which is of course. The home of the cleveland browns. All right so we bring it down the stretch now. Jj and if you may remember on our podcast earlier in the week. I closed out saying that. I promise our listeners. We will have a red card coming up on our mid week. Podcast which is what we're in now so humpty dumpty dumb. I went about my business. I was doing much research. Sometimes they're hard to find But i had my man of the match started looking at the red card when all the sudden as i was doing at my phone buzzed. And it was you saying Are we gonna go by the way folks. I need red card man of the match. This week i was. I couldn't believe it but You're the boss. So i stopped what i was doing. So i do have a man-of-the-match. I don't have a red card. 'cause i listen to you when i follow your every word so i'll give you my man of the match if you like it okay. Yeah i'd love to hear it but Stuff china beach matter. Okay i have to be the victim all the time. It's where i'm most comfortable operating in victimhood. That's has the man-of-the-match jj. I went with the seattle sounders. I wanted to mention this got a. They got ninety. Third minute winner. From who else i mean my god. Raul rudy as they beat santos laguna and advanced to the league's cup final. Where they're going to face leona puma so. I think that might be going on as we speak as well. So i'm gonna check that score next time you start speaking Rui de as. I mentioned this a couple of weeks ago when we talked about him. The guy sensational the organization is top notch. So let the narrative slow. What does this mean for. mls league. Amex what does this say about the sounders. Well brian schweitzer my favorite. Mls professor He wants no part of those stories. he he was kind of asked about all these building. Narratives about the what the sounders are doing for. Mls in terms of the league. Amex mls robbery. He said we're caught up in the seattle sounders moment. That's what we're caught up in. This is our moment. It's not league amex against mls. You guys can write that story. What i'm writing is we are in another final this organization this clubs in another final. There are hundreds of storylines for this game. Fredy montero started with us in two thousand nine. He's back and playing an important role for our success. How good is role s. There's an easy story line for you. That's a layup for you. We did that without nikola ladera without new who today i purposely kept those guys out because they had soreness. This club is doing it in many different ways with many different lineups. You guys can write up what you want now you know. Schweitzer said it much more much more in a kind of Flustered middle manager kind. We did it without nico darrow without new and i purposely kept those is out because they had some soreness genie ways with name. Lineups g workers just not want to talk about the football shall week guys. what are we doing. I love his whole way about him. I just enjoy the. Brian schweitzer experience. And you're right. I can hear his tone in this quote. He's an he's he seems like a more kind of exasperated. Older william hedge macy character. Oh yeah i could see. I could definitely see william h macy playing him in the in the brian schweitzer story. I think so too. What a movie that would be. Oh man i'd camp out for that one. I will say this with which mets are saying about all these narratives. He is right. I mean this isn't about and less about the sounders. They're in there in the final. This is their moment. It's not anything doesn't need to be bigger than that. And if you're the manager of the sounders or a fan of the sounders that is how you should see it. But i'll this you know they're i in the west so like they're doing all the things so far this season they're supposed to do second best record nonetheless. They've won two us cups in the last five years. They've reached two other finals adding trophy to their case against the league. Annex side. like now you're talking about like he can say that it's just about this season and this team but like you're talking about this team now kinda elevating to a different strata. Mls and domestic us. Soccer history So like this is a big moment. He can try to keep his team in their own bubble as much as he wants. But if you're a fan of the sounders like i'm cool with you allowing yourself to get wrapped up in the excitement of of what this season could look like you know if they if they beat illegal amex because they just beat league side and in the saudis. And they're gonna have to do it again. should they. Win this thing in the final. So that's you know. I mean obviously it's an mls league tournament You know they do that. They go on another one of their runs. Mls cup i mean who knows so like this could wind up being a really fun. Another in a series of fun seasons but this could be another one and so yeah like if you're fan okay. Brian metzer has his job to keep his players grounded. But like i'm okay with fans wanna get swept away in bigger storylines For the sounders team so have on incidentally play puma in the semifinal at eleven pm tonight kicking off in about five minutes. I'll also. I just saw this while we were finishing up with melissa. Friend of the pod and a borussia dortmund mine. Jack-of-all-trades the stephan boots. Go and i just tuned into the philadelphia union game not understanding why they would paying all. These useless crosses into the box. But then i saw them attempt to through bowl. How does this team make the semi final of anything. They are horrible. They are having a weird season. They are not what they were. Last season still pro. I mean while. I don't want i don't know i was gonna say still probably gonna make the playoffs but the eastern conference they're in the jumble of teams like we talked about the other day so all right. Yeah i mean. They're you know life without aaronson life without mackenzie. It's it's a bit of different team in a bit of an adjustment from what they were a year ago. But they may they did make it to the semifinal so props to them that's about all. I got one other thing. There was a listener. Jj i'm not gonna shout them out by name. But i wanna because i don't know i the illegal or whatever but like but i want to give him props and let them know that i got his message. I guess he felt like. I said i liked being the victim. He felt sorry for me. That i watched the us on telemundo that i that i didn't pay for paramount. Plus account and so he basically offered up all of his accounts for me to just watch games on his account and so i wanna say that's an extremely generous offer. I don't feel uncomfortable taking you up on that. I could have these things if i wanted to. I just like. I don't know at a certain point. I feel like i've reached my limit. I still watched. I find ways to the attic. But he offered him up He deemed us and offered up. Whatever username passwords. I needed on for everything That was incredibly kind for now. I'm gonna. I'm gonna decline risotto respectfully For now running for this podcast. I'll be. I'll speak to in the morning. Yes but in a moment of true desperation. All that's awful. See what will keep open lines of communication. So i wanted to thank him publicly because that was very very nice. We have the best listeners i do. I love every single one of them though we do even though you call them animals on monday but i mean it in the most endearing way possible. You know how much. I love nature. There's nothing. I love more than a good animal. That's about all. I got my friend. This champions league was so much fun. We got a great fun weekend. Coming up of more domestic soccer action So yeah bear down. Where in it. We're in it now. I guess i wanna wish everyone who celebrating a very a peaceful and safe yom kippur fast tomorrow. Good you need to sort of that. we're body syndrome. Oh man i right before this podcast started. Jj i had to go get fitted for tuxedo. for a wedding that i have to tip measures the various roles in divots of my head. I hate getting fitted for suits tuxedos because my shoulders are different at different levels. And so there's just no sport code that is gonna fit me properly because my body is misshapen. I have weird body syndrome. It's only getting worse. I have a bad case of it. I thought it was a mild case. It's it's a bad case of joe survey bank or wherever you were and he goes to measure you and then he looks at you with. Harlequins is and he goes mildred misery. Compare what's wrong neutered. we've got one. Yeah right like they had to bring a team of people like hazmat suits to fix his w. s. it's lethal in my fifty years of fitting men for oversized tuxedos. I've never seen anything as lumpkin boy after fitting me they had to all scamper into the decontamination room. 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Dale A. Jones, Sr. - Leadership from the Heart

Masters Podcast Club

1:09:32 hr | 1 year ago

Dale A. Jones, Sr. - Leadership from the Heart

"Hi Everyone Wind Claybon here. This next interview features my good friend and business partner Del Jones Dell is a husband Father Pastor owner upon mental schools, and so much more del truly lives and exemplifies his powerful message of leadership from the heart. Although we recorded this masters classic in two, thousand and nine. This message is just as important today as it was then. Please join me as del delivers a passionate glimpse into the power, the beauty industry, and the responsibility of leading people with compassion and love. If this podcast empowers you and gives you hope, please share it with your friends and visit Masters Podcast Club, dot com sign up for our mailing list now. Please enjoy my good friend Dill Jones. and. This win Claybon a welcome to this wonderful issue. Masters and I have a feeling that this is going to be one of those masters CDs that you are going to want to pass around, although our audience is primarily people within the beauty industry, I know that this is going to be one of those topics that will be very very valuable for everybody in your family. I have a feeling that you're going to want to have your spouse your your partner. Listen to this CD. You're GONNA WANNA. Have the teachers of your children in Grade School and high school counselors? Listening to this CD is going to be something that's going to be very valuable for a lot of us and. I heard this man speak several months ago, and I was just so impressed with the message that he had and I. I said to him. We have to capture this. We have to capture that incredible message on this wonderful masters issue, and so I'm sitting here with Dale Jones Dale. Welcome to masters. Thank you in I. Really Appreciate you choosing me. Today and I'm really humbled. By your choice of me, thank you. I have a feeling that you most of your life from that place humility. Even though I know you make a ton of money, I know that you're a very successful man. In many aspects of life, both financially in a business with your beautiful wife, and your your kids, and and yet you do come from a place of humility. When you think about where it came from, it's easy for me to consider my background and to remain humble through all the significant accomplishments in my life. It's important to me because There's a lot of people out there. That are not as fortunate as we are. And I think when you think about power and wealth, and all of those things humility plus power is meekness, and so I strive to live my life and meek way, and so i. want that to be a part of me if you. Just give our listeners a little bit of information. Daily is a first of all. You're the senior pastor for a ministry that you have yes correct. Yes, Perfecting Faith Ministries in Antioch Tennessee K., but you're also quite the successful businessman, too. So somehow you manage to find a balance a with all of that. You've been everything from general manager CEO of of different companies and organizations including GE clinical services. What kind of volume were you? Managing kind of dollars were you managing in that position? Well there, we were managing about a quarter million dollars worldwide in that position prior to that I worked as the general manager of sourcing and there we manage about three billion dollars of purchases across the world and so very exciting role, but again. I am so humbled by the opportunities that life of giving me you were involved in many different fortune, five hundred companies and My recollection is that these companies would transfer you from one location to the next in your wife and two kids Kinda followed you from place to place they. But. Yeah absolutely as a matter of fact, we moved about thirteen times in fifteen years all four kids, yes, and when we moved to Tennessee, my wife decided that that was it well and so I I agree that where they're in Nashville Tennessee now, and so I mean stepping away from such high powerful positions in these fortune five hundred companies. You decided to enter the beauty industry, so you're a school owner now right I matter of fact, I own two schools one in Nashville and one in Louisville, and we're about to open another one in Murfreesboro, not a hairdresser. No! Never Been. To hear yourself, that's exactly right. I'M GONNA lose by the minute right. So. How long you've? Been Industry now for about three years. I was introduced to the industry by my wife's Hairdresser Susan Wagoner, and she wanted to talk with us about you know doing a school there in Nashville. We had no interest at first, but after we spend some time with the school system itself to talk about what the school was all about. We were really intrigued by how Ford Focus Positive and uplifting. The school system really was particularly the school system part of. The THEME FOR THIS MASTERS ISSUE! Again hearing, you speak and I said that I wanted to capture your message the whole idea of creating magic. Especially now in the in the way, things are in the economy right now. People have a choice of where they spend their money. Absolutely people make a decision with their head meaning. Is this a good price? Right is. Cost effective is just good quality, so they make a decision with their head I also believe that people make a decision with their gut. Yes, meaning, do I like you do I trust. You feel good when I spend time here and when it comes to staff and I don't believe that staff members come work for a company. They signed company right I. Don't believe that customers spend money in the company they join a company and people want something to belong to. That makes them feel good about themselves. And so the whole idea of creating magic. It's everybody's responsibility, not just the boss, everybody's responsibility to create a place where coming to work every day either as A staff member or coming to a salon or any kind of business as a customer as a guest makes me feel good about myself absolutely every time we have a student to walk through our building a potential student. They will always tell us once they have joined that their initial feeling. When they came to our school was one that it was. They felt love. They felt accepted. It was very upbeat again. You talked about making the decision based on your gut feeling again when people walk through the door. We want to make sure that what we create an. It's not something that we create when they walk through the door. It's something that exists in our facility now building and it really exists in. In the heart of our people, and that's really where it is, and that's not by accident. No, that is a lot of work is back in the time that we're going to have with each other today. You've outlined this this plan on how you create magic, but before we get into that. Could you Kinda give our listeners a little bit of information? You briefly about your background because you're from Kingston Jamaica Copyright. Me About, your growing up yet four brothers, two sisters tell me about the. We grew up in very humble beginnings as I said before my parents. Father was a minister, but he also worked out outside of the home and my mother. She was a house maker. If you will and we grew up in Jamaica West indies very poor, but my father had a notion an idea that if we got to the United States. Somehow our lives will be better and so we moved here in Nineteen, seventy six. We moved in a very small town. Call White for north. Carolina I was put back a grade because they didn't think I was very smart, and so rather than go into the seven great I repeated the sixth grade here when I came to the United States, but I had to overcome a several issues. I had to overcome. A speech impediment I do study even today. You can't tell because I have to think through my words before I say them. Something that I had to learn over time. I also had to overcome my accent and I still have a very heavy Jamaican accent again, having to overcome that to be accepted in the school system that I was at at the time. To speak to us. Accent, you I'm GonNa Talk to you in Jamaica. Did so, but for me it was overcome in all of those things because I wanted to be successful. And what I find is that when you really set your heart on something and you really want to be successful. Then you really put aside all the excuses because excuses sometimes enable bad behavior or enable handicaps in your life, and so when I discover handicaps in my life while I understand that other people deal with those issues I try. Try to figure out a weight overcome them, and when I overcome them. Then my job is to help others that have the same kind of impediments or handicapping their live to tell them that they can overcome that as well. How much of your career has been based on that being able to empower people and bring the best out of people to to coach and encourage and inspire and we able to do that in your other jobs in. Corporate America to a certain degree. I mentor quite a few. Individuals in executives while I was there, but what I find in the role that I'm in now certainly as a pastor, and then certainly as a school owner my ability to affect people's lives as even more more tremendous because people come to our school, but all kinds of issues, all kind of background drug issues different kinds of issues. Eighty the school systems will often label them as not being brilliant enough. We're not smart enough. When I find that the school system do not have the ability to really educate creative people, and so there quickly label, and when you label somebody, they will, always for the most part act the way you label them right, and so what we try to do when they come to. Our school is to remove the label move put downs remove all of those things that was impeding their ability to shy. Everybody's got greatness on the inside of them. Everyone has potential. Our job is to bring out what's good and what's best in people and so that's what we do every day. Some of my favorite educators are those who they walk into the learning situation, assuming or believing that their students, the learners are already brilliant tonight. And it's their job as a facilitator to bring the brilliance to bring the knowledge out of that person, which is such a nicer way whether you're teaching, you're leading I'm in how many leaders are teachers have the attitude that their students that the people are stupid or that? They're idiots are that they're lazier. Know those labels that you put on people, and of course that's exactly how they will react and respond, and that's what you put up with absolutely when you call someone a name, you tend to get that. I tend to call out. What's right and people call out. What's the potential that's. What's the great nugget that's in them. All of US got placed greatness in every single one of us and our job as leaders, and as whether we're executives or schoolteachers or principal or pastors is to make sure that we're real zero in on what's good in people and bring in that out. Of course, people are going to fail, and they're going to do other things in their lives, but listen. People should not be defined by their failings. They ought to be defined by their purpose, and by what's great on the inside of them, and when you define them that way, then they'll start living up to that expectation. Failures you're talking about. Sometimes. It's those failures that make people more interesting. Oh absolutely, and you know you're around us a room. Everybody has a story to tell right. It is those stories that got people to where they are. Today is a story of abuse or neglect, door, addiction or An eating disorder or something right, and they'll stories make us interesting and give us insight into that. Other people suffered to other people. Go through that stuff to admit makes us. We'll have interesting question so as a pastor. Obviously you have ministry. People come to you with their challenges, their situations. You find that more people at Church have those issues and at your school, or is it pretty much? Pretty much the same. Pretty much the same you know and one of the fallacies is that folks that go to church or perfect? Actually what I discovered is that the church is the place where people that are imperfect. That's really the place where they OUGHTA. Go if they're trying hospital. Only healthy. People. Now for sick people, absolutely right you know, and if so, if all healthy people show up in hospital then we'll think that that is crazy. Right and so it's the same thing but I think. We get disillusioned when you put labels like Church or religion on any situation that people become somewhat self-righteous, but if we all will admit, we all have got different issues in our lives and different struggles that we face, but every single day, and it's what makes us human. People would love to be able to be in a position where they can make a difference in the lives of other people. In their thinking well, that's easy for Dale. He's a pastor. He's minister, so he can stand up there and deliver a message, and that makes a difference in people's lives. When my mentors of Marianne Williamson used to tell her audience, you know you WANNA ministry. Look at Your Rolodex right? Look at your circle of friends. Right your ministry exactly. Are you making a difference in the lives of your siblings so? Inspirational to your friends to your neighbors to your. I mean that's that's your ministry right there. You don't have to build a church to many different so I think sometimes when we talk about religion and we talk about church, then judgmental kind of things come into play, but but really God religion. All of that is really about love and at the end of the day. If someone isn't challenging, you ability to love. Right, then the question is do you really love what is challenging your ability to love right? There are times when you will meet people that are not quite lovable. Zillow they challenge your ability to allow you know and love is really birth out of in those situations when you're challenge to love, and you love, because it's the right thing to do I'm so glad that you mentioned it that way. I think some people love some fairy dust right so it sprinkled on used meaning. Do you have no control over? They go get that ferry sprinkled. Sprinkled on you and so today I just love my job I. Just Love My staff I just love my clients, but I think the ferry dust the next day so I. I don't like work today, right? You let people show up. You Know I. Just you know if the boss looks at me the right way than I love my job tonight as if that person who. Loves a choice. It is absolutely a choice. It's something that you've got to wake up every morning. Saying you know what I choose to love today I choose to let go of the pass at times I choose to let go of the hurt, and sometimes the pain in our lives right and I choose to love today you know. I look back even at my life personally and you know we had some very difficult growing up, and my father was a very harsh disciplinarian and. Up We didn't get to do a lot of the things other people got to do, and so it was difficult at times because. Know when other kids were doing things and plane? We were inside and we were studying. That for us 'cause US as siblings. To dislike our father, I won't use the word hate I think that's a little strong, but we dislike dad because he was such a tough disciplinarian. But as I grew up and I began to understand why dad did what he did I mean. Sometimes we can always in our mind say. I would have done that differently, and certainly I'm doing that. Would my children today but had I continue to whole. My Dad hostage in my heart. The things that have accomplished the day I wouldn't accomplish them. Because hate is a poison. It's a debilitating. And so when you, you don't know how to release people by forgiven, them. For whatever reason the whatever thing they might have done in your life when you can't forgive the then you're. You're really holding yourself hostage. Because you start building walls around you and the praise, the thing about walls is that no one can come in. That will hurt you. Neither can those that will help. You can come in either and so we've got to be very careful with. What I find is that when I learned how to forgive and what I choose to love people. My life is so much better, you know there's so much joy that comes in life when you choose to forgive when you choose to love when you choose, and you make that choice every single day, even with those that are not lovable, even with those people you know, and that's the challenge for you, and so you cut your teeth on love with those people. So this whole concept of creating a magic. If you just define what create magic means, how would you? Define, that. When you talk about creating magic is really create an atmosphere where people feel good about themselves. People feel like their contribution matter. People feel like they're valued. And when people feel like their value, their contribution matters to your organization all of a sudden. People do more productivity will go up. It will soar. It's the same thing with our students when your students feel like they matter when they come to your school that school care about who they are for forgettable, the little labels and all of their lifestyle, and this and that, but that who they are matters to you, you create an environment where people can blossom and just grow significantly, and so when I talked about creating a magical culture, it's really about creating an environment and the culture where people feel accepted in love. Again people want something to belong to. If we were acknowledging the changes that are happening in the economy today. I don't think that there's one business owner who can't afford to not bring out the best one hundred percent of every single one of their staff members. Every team member needs to be at one hundred percent productivity. But that. Sometimes is a decision that the boss has to make as well and I'm amazed that people bosses who? All they're doing is engaging the hands of their staff. and. They're not engage in their heart, not engaging their minds, and their souls right because they live by that old school form of leading people managing people dictating controlling leasing manipulating the boss. Do it my way, and I think you're a great example of this. Thought to leadership now is about serving. People thought about dictators, not policing. Having a servant's heart right and so creating magic is that's kind of what you're talking about. Creating. Activities belief systems systems. This is how do business to bring out the best of our people right and if you really think about it when when you engage people only with their hands, then you'll probably get about thirty percent of that individual to productivity. Wise Right, and it's that way regardless if you're in the service industry manufacturing industry education business regardless where you are. If you engage in their hands, you look at thirty percent of that individual. If you engage their minds now you're at about fifty percent to sixty percent of that individual when you engage their hearts. Then they will literally climb mountains for you. When you're engaged their heart when you inspire and motivate them, then they will go that extra mile without even requiring extra pay because a something that they fall in love it, it's now become a passion, and when it's now a matter of the heart, then people will do things that they would not otherwise do when it's a matter of the heart and so. So, bosses or executives trying to engage the employees. What I say to them, is engaged their heart. Figure out. What's important to them? Engage them that way, and they will work magic for you when you create magic for other folks, pay will create magic for you and your organization. Can you really kind of spell this out for us? But before we get into that how to swing the pendulum that way? What are easy daily common mistakes that leaders are making, and by the way my definition of leadership is influence over somebody leader meeting. You don't have to be the boss. You don't have to have a business license to be a leader, so if you're a brand new. in a salon, or or just out of beauty school, or whatever is the position that you have in the industry that you have you have influence, and what are you doing with your influence? You have influence over total strangers standing in line at the coffee shop, right? You could ruin their day or make Thurday, right okay right and you see and that's the first concept that people really has. Has To get about leadership leadership is never about power. Leadership is never bought control leadership is really all about influence in people, and so when you have that significant responsibility of influence in people's lives. You really do have to take that seriously, and you do have to manage the emotional. Wake that you leave behind what I mean by that is. You've got to manage when you walk through the door. The emotional weight that you leave behind, so you can walk through that door. One Way and people excited, or you can walk through another way and says Oh, my goodness. It's going to be a rough day today because my boss the influence. Is here and so the question is what message are you leaving when you walk through the door and walk by that person on your way to your office? By the way I have just had a very very clear visual. Of a boat, going across the water I look behind. There's awake right. What's that Waken and some people have zero right concept? Whereas to what they're creating right? They got the job done. They're all about the tax. They finished everything their to do list and got the job done, but they left ten people. Emotional wake writing their jobs hating coming to work. And then they take that to their spouse, and they take the helmet spouse absolutely the next day. It's going to be a Downer for. Productivity is going to go down and the boss had no idea that they created that in that employees so just awareness, so the first thing that I noticed most boss or executive leaders is that they have no awareness of emotional wake that aleve behind every single day, and so when they are interacting with their people. How will your interacting? Sometimes? It's just saying hello. How're you doing today? So. How would somebody get the awareness? Again, I think with awareness. People really do have to go out and seek whether it's through books or through you know like the master CDs a great way of understanding what other people are doing. When when you look at mentors and go find those people that are really leading well and their people love them. Find out what those individuals do it and then model what they're doing. You know success is always repeatable. It's a fine what others are doing, and they're doing it well and repeat that if the emotional wake that a person leaves is not a healthy one. How would they find out where they ask people? You Know Hey. Absolutely bosses who are jerks, don't they know that they're jerks? I think they do it, but I think to a certain degree because I've heard. Some boss says I think to a certain. They like it. Leave Fear Yeah. Absolutely I really believe that some people they. Oh, boy, when I walk there. They were all just nervous in so wow, they were nervous in some how they feel that they're power, right? It's what's important to them when they don't understand that. We've talked about meekness earlier power on the control. That, when you live your life in a meek way, then people really know that they can touch you. You know they can be a part of your life. They can somehow get to know you as a person. When you live your life in meekness and people who live their life in meekness are those individuals that can do things that other folks just cannot get done through people. Chicago this down for us into three different areas for create magic purpose promise. Power Right. Let's talk about purpose well again when you really think about. Why do you WanNa create match you WanNa. Create magic so that you can bring out the best. That's in individuals, and so that's why you WANNA create a magical culture by bringing out the best in people. You'll bring out their productivity. You will bring out what's right in them. And so creating magic is all about bringing out the. The best in individuals again you know we don't do put downs and labels in school, because that doesn't bring out the best in people, and so our job is to make sure that people feel good about who they are. People learn better in an environment where it's fun, and it's upbeat and it's Ford Focus so that's why we do it, and so that's our purpose for for bringing out the best. Stories to tell Oh, absolutely! Oh, many stories about folks who came in and I remember. We had one student who came to the school, and she was really having a difficult time in our relationship, and I'll just leave it at that. One Particular Day! I really could sense that. Probably the the night before was particularly difficult. And so rather than just senator class, get class. You're make sure that your time. Let's get class to class. We send her to the SPA. Right and so that she can feel good about herself. And then brought back to school. And that day was just magical day for her, even though she had a very very difficult night. And so again it's really making sure on an individual level that you're connecting with people and that people feel love that people feel that you really do care about them. People don't care what you know until they know that you care and I think I. Heard you said that over and over again, and that is so true. People really don't care what you know until they know that you care and when they know when they can sense that because people can sense that people can sense that in a minute you walk into a room and people will know if you care about him. I really never knew how to do it. Otherwise I've had some wonderful mentors in my life taught me how to be through their example in through books and lessons on how you good leader, and plus my parents raised that way. I mean we just didn't want to disappoint them. You know my mom wouldn't look mom that was. Oh, you don't WanNA disappoint. MOM, not out of fear. You know how to love so for me. It was just kind of a natural way of how I did business, and I remember walking into one of my locations one day with a friend of mine, and he was comatose like wow, everybody comes up and hugs. You know, but you're the box like that was just such a foreign concept for him that the bosses here wants to run up and hug me. Mike what they don't do that to you replace like. So they fear, you pray. It's funny I I give you a great story I had a competitor school owner to come to my school after I had visited her school, so I visited her school, and as I was going through her school I noticed that the kids were running away from us. Or Win. When we went into the classroom, it was almost like they were fearful, and it was heads down and let's get very serious. then. She came to my school and when she walked through the door. Everybody was Hi Mr. D. that's what they call me. Yes. Hi Mr D. and I got hugs and we went into a classroom. They will wave and say hello and I notice. As, we go through the tour that she was perplexed as to what was going on. But again it's a matter of creating that magical culture where people feel like they do matter, and that what they bring to your organization bringing to your school that's valued somehow and when people feel that way, then they will in turn. Act that out every single day and they will show love, and so you've got to put in what you, WanNa, get out of people, and so if you WANNA get love out of them. Then put it in them. If we're talking about the purpose of creating magic, even we're just for profitability. That reason alone is a great reason for creating magic, but I mean we could. Could add one hundred other reasons to the absolute. It's the right thing to do right Slava tracks in what you're putting out as what's coming back if you're putting poison into people and create an environment I, guarantee you. Your home is probably like that way. Your marriage is probably that way as well when you walk down the street. Your neighbors have the same fear of you. I don't believe that you can be one way at work at another way at home, rioters bleed through and it overlaps, and that's who you are. Absolutely you know, and people always ask me the question. How do you Balance Church and work and I tell them that I? I live my life one way rather than trying to balance being one way. At home, being another way a church being another way at work. No, it's just one day, and so I would be incredibly schizophrenic. If I tried to act one way at Church, one away at school and one way at home. It's about being you know that kind of person that people WANNA be around, and so if that's important to me, and so whatever you want to get in your life, then given you know, and so, and that's really what this is all about. So when we talk about the purpose of it, of course, productivity comes out of that and all of those wonderful things, but whatever you want to get back then you give it. I'm a guy that loves to be loved so I. Need to give that right. Our guy that loved to be accepted so I give acceptance I'm a guy that loves to be valued so I value other people, and it's the law of reciprocity. Whatever you so you will reap. It's well so. Creating magic for selfish reasons fishing a good way, absolutely of our own self interest, you know we need to feel good about ourselves right so. Whatever you're not giving. That's what's lacking right situation. That's exactly right, so talk to us about the promise of creating magic, as you put a very important that in terms of creating magic that the promise of our culture is really to create happy students, happy future professionals. We call them in our school. Every time we have a brand new class, the start up with us. Myself and Kimball and we always sit down and we'll ask those feature professional. Why did you choose our school? Well, one of the things that they always come back with is that we heard about the culture right again. The culture is not just something that we do in school. Culture is something that we live out in our homes and our community every place we go, and so when we teach people about being nice and being Ford Focus and to bring out what's good and people, and to always affirm that's right and people. You know you can do that wherever you are right. Right and that works at home. Why wouldn't you use it at home? Why wouldn't you bring out the best? That's in your your children. Why wouldn't you bring out the best? That's in your husband or your spouse. Why wouldn't you bring out the best? That's in your parisioners and those people that are at work right? It is absolutely the right thing to do, and so you create a culture like ours than it really does. Make people feel good about who they are. are very good, friend David Wagner. Has. Day Making and we love just the message I. think There's a lot of people out there that are kind of talking the same language which I love. I had the chance to interview the last time she was the president of southwest. Airlines colleen, Barrett and they started off their company that way. So it was easy from day one when there was just two of them hate US create a company where it's fun where our employees are having fun are passengers on the airlines are having fun and someone that would have only two of them than they hired their first flight attendant to the first pilot for their first mechanic on what the order was, but you know they all got to live in that same culture as well so what if the culture is toxic? It. Has None of this create magic stuff? People don't feel good about themselves. Walk into the door and worth it's been that way for twenty years. How around? Gosh. What I find is that people even though initially they might resist it because you know. I've been this way. All of my life and what I find is that people want that people WanNa feel love. People want to feel accepted, and so the moment that they feel that they might not appreciate it at first. But Love Brits Laugh Right, and so you keep on doing your patient with love and people. And, so you can't just start and then stop because they didn't respond to favorably I'm fishing. Business! While the Barbecue for those idiots right work. We're GONNA. Go back to the old way exactly right? You know you've got to be patient with tried to show my love right and it didn't work I. Wonder Why right, but but but it really is about the consistent and a couple of things that I do when we talk about creating magic. The first thing that I do is give the gift of my presence. Very very important that when I show up that it's important that the folks know that I'm there and they can feel my presence there. I'm not just running to my office. It's important that they know that you're there because again. If you are the influencers, remember we talked about leadership being the guy who influence it in the influencers. They need to know that their influence over there to help them through whatever they're dealing with, and they might WanNa. Talk, can you just? Show up and sneak in the back door. They just don't know that you're there. So you're influences just neutral. It's just is nonexistent. Well, you know I. Give you a great example. This really did it for me. When my daughter was five years old. She had her first daughter and father dance, and so I was invited to that and at the same time. I was supposed to be in Japan. And in, so Whitney is five years old or mothers, telling her that dad cannot make it because he's in Japan and so I flew out to Japan. But while I, was there I was thinking about. What my daughter was feeling. What would my door to look like if she's there with everybody else? Dad and her dad wasn't there. He wasn't present in the moment with her. And so I was one day into a fifteen day journey there in Japan and I call my boss. I told them I need to go home. Call my wife told my wife. I'm coming home and I don't know how I'm going to make it because the dances the next day, and it's a twenty four hour flight. And so I bought the first plane that I could get on a flew back to the united. States got to La Guardia at the time in Hartford Connecticut. Got There at five o'clock, the dances at six of course I can take a connecting flight so I had to hire a driver to drive me to Hartford Connecticut now when I got there, it was now six o'clock, but had flown for twenty four hours I needed to take a bath. They really didn't want to show up. Not taking a bat so I went into a bath got there at six twenty. And when I got through the door. I always get choked up when I talk about this or friends tapped her on the shoulder to point out that I was there. And when Whitney turned around, and she looked at me. she just got incredibly emotional and began to sob and we. and. I ran up to her. took her in my arms. And Daddy is here. And she just kept on saying. Thank you. Thank you and just continue to weep. uncontrollably. I gave my daughter the gift of my presence. When yes, the business trip was very important. For her knowing that daddy was, there was huge. That day I understood. Giving somebody. A gift of your presence is all about. Who you are and you do matter to people. And if your boss if you're a teacher. Or principal. If you pass the you do matter to people. Because your leader. And your presence with them. Not Judge, but just to be there with them is huge for them. And my daughter taught me that on that day. You could. Buy a very expensive. Piece of jewelry absolutely today you could've bought her a big flat screen TV instead of being there right which I'm sure she would have been excited about. She would have been excited about it, but it wouldn't have done what my presence did on that day, and that's the important thing, so give the gift of your presence. I've heard. said that your people into going. I'm talking about your people and talking about the people that you influence. People will value what you value. So if you're not showing up to staff celebrations, then obviously, celebration in our company isn't important. If the bosses showing up or or team members aren't showing up to certifications well, then I guess certification really isn't all that important that we grow and educate and certify really isn't all that important. Wipe the bosses at here must not be important your presence. Tell them what's important. To your organization, because after all again you're the influence her, and so the buck stops with you and so when you show up in any venue than they know that that's important. That day my daughter knew that the daughter and and father dance was incredibly important to me and you know why, because it was im