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Friday, July 12th, 2019
"Having lost a bid to change the census the president tries to find out up Bah Bah take having lost a bid to change the census. The president tries other ways to find out who is a citizen. We're aiming to count count. Everyone says the data could reshape congressional districts. How would that affect who is elected? I'm Rachel Martin along with Steve Inskeep and this is up I from N._P._R.. News what could up to twenty five inches of rain rain do in Louisiana life-threatening flood the potential and are calling Debbie Elliot is waiting as tropical storm Barry Approaches New Orleans also a week that began with an indictment unsealed against Jeffrey Epstein Ends with Federal Charges Against R Dr Kelli. What does the federal case add to the state sex abuse charges? He was already facing. Stay with us. We'll bring you the news. You need to start your day support for N._P._R.. And the following message come from honest committed said better for you. 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WHAT DOES THE PRESIDENT DO after failing to change the twenty twenty cents is the president gave up a bid to add a question about citizenship on the census expert said it would have generated an inaccurate accurate count of immigrants a republican operative who was part of the effort to add the citizenship question had explicitly written that adding the question would benefit Republicans and Non Hispanic whites courts rejected the move at every turn as the president acknowledged defeat though he also said he wasn't giving up he was going to try another way he ordered the federal government to collect citizenship data through existing databases with today's order? We will collect all of the information we need to conduct an accurate senses and to make. Responsible decisions about public policy voting rights and representation in Congress representation in Congress so the president said explicitly that is move could allow states to redraw congressional districts in a way that experts say could benefit his his political party. N._p._R.'s Hans along has been covering the census story from the beginning Huntington morning and winning see so how else can the administration gathered citizenship information other than asking people through the census well there are existing records about citizenship that the government can compile and gather from various federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security the Social Security Administration and the State Department <hes> so are they doing anything new as a result of this executive order. You know I can't see what this new executive order. What impact will be new in this front because last year Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross approved adding the citizenship question he already ordered the Census Bureau to start compiling those records and so this is something that's already happening in the Census Bureau said as of May they're ready to release that information anonymous without identifying individuals? They're just waiting for guidance from the commerce secretary. Okay trying to figure out then how significant this is. There's maybe less to this order than meets the eye because it was already being done and yet it is being done one for the purpose of the president laid out and and some people may wonder what would be wrong <hes> if states were to go along with the president suggestion that they can reshape their congressional districts <hes> knowing who is a citizen without really including non-citizens right well. This is a topic that really is kind of an illegal gray area. It's up for really right for Supreme Court battle coming up once a state or locality passes some law that says this is how they're going to do redistricting and what's interesting interesting though is that the challenges are the citizenship question they made this allegation that this was indeed the true intention of the trump administration. That's why they push for this question to give Republicans and Non Hispanic White people political advantage when redistricting comes along the trump administration <hes> up until now has denied that and so president trump is now saying this is the reason one of the reasons why citizenship information is important. Is this constitutional. This is again something that will be tested in the courts. Courts <hes> if it is done if any state or locality tries to do this let me figure out what the argument would be then <hes> why would not be constitutional the Constitution has something about the census counting everyone right and it is presumed that that is the way that the district's would be drawn from. I'm the census not through some other count of some subset of people that will the constitution requires account of every person living in the country and under the fourteenth amendment. There's a standard of one person one vote and it's unclear that if that is interpreted committed to only apply to voting eligible citizens how the courts would rule okay so just another phase in a long running battle onto thanks so much you're welcome. N._p._R.'s Hansie Lewan Tropical Storm Barry is arriving this weekend in Louisiana. The storm is currently over the northern Gulf of Mexico. The winds aren't really strong enough for it to be labeled a hurricane at this point but the rain that the storm brings could be devastating N._p._R.'s Debbie Elliott. It's in New Orleans where preparations are underway a city that has suffered so much either debbie good morning. What are things like today? Well it's very breezy. There have been occasional you know strong gusts of winds and some scattered showers who says sperry gets a little closer and generally. There's just this feeling in the air that humid feeling that lets you know that the tropics are engaged in some things coming. <hes> I just want to remember the geography of New Orleans when we think about I guess forecasters are talking about as many his twenty five inches of rain in some places. I guess we should remember lots of New Orleans is below sea level right and they've got pumps to pump the water out but the question is does it rain faster than the water either it does and it's already very wet. You know earlier <unk> this week. <hes> heavy rain inundated the city and kind of crippled parts of it and so the city is already saturated. It's like a big bowl. That's basically surrounded by water. Mayor Latoya Cantrell says the city's pumps are running at optimal Malevich's. There are no problems there but she says that might not be enough. We cannot pump our way out of the water levels in the waterfalls that are expected to hit the city of New Orleans and you know Steve. This is going to be A. Slow moving soak or the rain could persist for like forty eight hours so far. The mayor has not ordered any evacuations here in New Orleans. She says people should be ready to have a plan and be ready to shelter in place so individuals are being told to be ready to shelter in place. Keep some food on hand keeps them clean water on hand in case you get tons of not so clean water <hes> coming your way what our state and federal officials doing to prepare though well Louisiana you got a governor John Bel Edwards has gotten a federal disaster declaration that sort of frees up federal resources to get in place <hes> he's expecting widespread impact statewide not just New Orleans also Baton Rouge Lafayette other places. He's activated National Guard troops who were positioning what they may need for the rescue and response efforts things like high water vehicles and emergency provisions. There have also been mandatory evacuations in places that are you know outside of the LEVEE systems for instance Grand Iran dial on the coast <hes> parts of plans and Jefferson parishes. You know places that are particularly vulnerable down you know close to waterways and close to the Gulf of Mexico. We should also note this is disrupting industry offshore oil when gas or affected more than two hundred platforms and rigs have been evacuated and production halted that means about half of the oil and natural gas. That's produced in the Gulf of Mexico has been curtailed. Well appreciate the reminder. You don't need to be below sea level in New Orleans to potentially be affected by a couple of feet of rain right and I should remind people that there's this other problem and that is the Mississippi River is already in flood so it's already at this record high level now. This storm surge it's coming up is really going to test the navy system. Gosh on everything of course that the drains out of Louisiana's GONNA end up in that River Debbie. Thank you so much you welcome N._p._R.'s Debbie Elliott <music> the R. and B. Singer R Kelly is in federal custody. Yeah he was arrested last night in Chicago on federal charges which include child pornography and obstruction of justice R Kelly for years. <unk> had been accused of sexual misconduct involving minors he was already out on bond facing multiple state charges but these federal charges represent yet another escalation in the sex abuse cases against him so what kind of escalation let's ask Patrick Smith of our member station W._B._Z.. Would you be easy good morning morning. How do these charges differ from the state charges if at all well? We don't know a lot of details yet about the federal charges. We know it's a thirteen count indictment that was handed down by a federal grand jury yesterday here in Chicago. What we do know is that that this is an escalation? Originally the state charges were filed in February then in made some of those charges were upgraded to class X felonies which are the most serious charges r Kelly has ever faced and now these new federal charges represent a whole new ballgame when it comes to the legal troubles for for r Kelly what were the underlying acts that caused prosecutors and Cook County in Chicago to bring the state charges so Kelly is accused of sexual abuse and sexual assaults of four different women three of whom were minors at the time of the alleged abuse. I don't WanNa go into too much detail there but but each therefore therefore separate cases for the four alleged victims each one alleged multiple sex acts and that was part of the new charges that came up in May which which was r Kelly was accused of forcible sexual assault as opposed to the statutory rape that he was accused of previously well now you mentioned four I guess over time r Kelly had been accused of abusing far more than four women right. I mean this is a long running long running accusation against R Kelly. I suppose one question is whether the federal charges will bring in more victims yeah that that is that is one of the biggest outstanding questions in two thousand eight. He was found not guilty by a jury here in Chicago of making child pornography and since then there have been many many alleged victims who have come forward who say that he sexually assaulted or abused them. You know all of the state charges that are outstanding right now that we're waiting on trial for those those are all pretty old at least. Ten years old so one thing I'm waiting to see what this new indictment is. Are there any more recent acts that are being alleged in these new federal charges. You know it's it's hard to prove cases that that are really old. R Kelly's attorneys have even said that they think the statute of limitations may be up on some of these or the legal experts. I talked to disagree so it'll be interesting to see with these federal charges if there are new victims and if they're more recent how much is this case dominated conversation in Chicago. I'm curious when and people find out that this is what you've been covering for a while they just have a lot of questions is a really big topic of conversation here in Chicago. Although in ways both good and bad Chicago is a really big news town so I can't say it's been the only thing but but it's something that that that is on a lot of people's minds here in Chicago and there are a lot of supporters of r Kelly here in Chicago you know almost every court day that I go to <hes> there are supporters of his there in the courtroom and outside of the courthouse and so that could very well be the case <hes> again as we learn more about brought these federal charges. I guess exactly Patrick. Thanks so much thank you. That's Patrick Smith of W._B._Z.. In Chicago on the federal charges we're learning about against R Kelly <music> and that's a first for this Friday July twelfth. I'm Steve INSKEEP and I'm Rachel Martin Up. I is produced by Sydney Harper. We are edited by Steve. Mola's our director is Ashley Westerman and Kenya Young is the executive producer of up. I will be back on Monday in the meantime. Check out the indicator from planet money. 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NPR News: 05-15-2019 9AM ET
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly dollars dot com slash fast. My from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Trump administration continues to warn about and threat to US interests in the Middle East. However as NPR's, Greg my reports, the US government has not spelled out. Why it is so concerned? The US military is moving more ships and planes into the region. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the US will keep up pressure on Iran and the State Department is ordering a partial evacuation of the US embassy in neighboring Iraq. But the Trump administration is not providing details on why thinks Iran might launch an attack or what the target might be US troops in Iranian backed militias operating close proximity in Iraq and Syria, the US in Iran both have naval forces in the Gulf yet. This has been the case for years and US allies are urging both sides to show restraint and to work toward lowering tensions. Greg Mary NPR news, Washington. Congress will hold hearings in both chambers today. Hey that touch on Boeing's troubled seven thirty seven max jetliner some house. Lawmakers will get an update on the plane NPR's David Schaper reports a Senate committee will hold a confirmation hearing for the FAA director nominee. Both hearings will likely focus on the FAA certification of Boeing seven thirty-seven max, why regulators did not more closely examined a new automated flight control system on the plane. That system is suspected of playing a role in the crash of a lion air jet in Indonesia in October and the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane in March news reports indicate that the FAA did not consider the flight control system is safety critical in part because Boeing did not flag it as such the house aviation subcommittee will grill acting FAA administrator Daniel L, well, while the Senate Commerce Committee questions is potential successor, former delta pilot and executive Steve Dixon. David Schaper, NPR news. Alabama lawmakers have passed legislation. That would criminalize nearly all abortion. Wins. If the law is signed by Alabama governor doctors who perform the procedure could face a ninety nine year prison term NPR's Debbie Elliott says Alabama is one of several states attempting to limit abortion rights. You're seeing a wave of these laws particularly in the south in the mid west, for example, laws that would ban abortion once fetal heartbeat could be detected courts of already found some of those to be unconstitutional. And now Alabama's legislation is even more restrictive at any stage of pregnancy. And it will be challenged the ACLU of Alabama has put the state on notice. It will sue NPR's Debbie Elliot reporting, President Trump will speak in about two hours at the national peace. Officers memorial service in front of the US capital. The ceremony is part of what's called national police week attendees gathered to pay tribute to law enforcement officers who have been killed on the job. Thousands of people are expected to attend today's wreath laying this is NPR. President Trump's son. Donald Trump junior will appear before the Senate intelligence committee for full interview. The lawmakers had subpoenaed him, but his upcoming appearance in June was the result of negotiation. Trump junior is expected to be questioned about what he knew regarding Trump Tower project in Moscow during the twenty sixteen campaign, North Carolina. Election officials have declared winners in the special primary election for the state's ninth congressional district last year's general election was tossed out because of election fraud. Steve Harrison of member station WFAN e reports democrat, Dan McCreadie and Republican Dan Bishop are the winners in his victory speech, Dan, Bishop tried to ties opponent democrat, dammit Creedy to what he calls the radical left. Bishops said he would make McCreevy take positions on issues like the possible impeachment of President Trump is well as what bishops says is the democratic party's embrace of socialism Bishop co-sponsor North Carolina's house Bill to which. Required people in government buildings to use the bathroom that matched the sex on their birth certificate. That law has been repealed Creedy narrowly trailed marquess before last year's election was overturned Harris didn't run again this year is general election is in September for NPR news. I'm Steve Harrison in Charlotte lawmakers in San Francisco have banned the use of facial recognition technology by city. Police are agencies the vote does not affect federal personal or business. Use of face ide- technology. Critics say the tech can reinforce racial bias and puts too much surveillance power in the hands of government, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news.
NPR News: 02-06-2020 1AM ET
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President trump is looking ahead to his bid for reelection after being cleared of two the articles of impeachment senator. Mitt Romney was the only Republican to join all Senate Democrats in voting to convict trump. Romney says he believes the president's dealings is with Ukraine amounted to high crimes and misdemeanors and abuse of power. The president asked a foreign government to investigate his political rival. The president withheld held vital military funds from that government depressant to do so. The president delayed funds for an American ally at war with Russian invaders. The president's purpose was personal and political accordingly. The president is guilty of an appalling abuse of public. Trust Trust. President trump says he'll make public statement about the outcome of his impeachment Thursday at noon ninety seven percent of precincts now reporting results from Iowa's democratic acquatic presidential caucuses. The latest results. Show that Pete. Buddha jets has a smaller lead of Bernie Sanders in the race for the top spot FBI. I director Chris Wray says Russia is using information warfare to try to disrupt the twenty twenty election. Ray tells the House Judiciary Committee that Moscow is relying on a covert social media campaign. That's aimed at divide the American public opinion and sowing discord. He says law enforcement has not seen any ongoing efforts by Russia to interfere the nation's election infrastructure but he says officials remain on alert for possible election related cyber activity another group of Americans fleeing corona virus outbreak in Wuhan. China is being quarantined at airbases in California as K. Q. E. D. Sarah Husseini reports three hundred people arrive in the US. Early Wednesday aboard. Government chartered aircraft one. Hundred and seventy eight people will remain here at Travis lead. CDC Doctor Henry Walk Says Bass staff have been generally supportive of efforts efforts to seek guests through the transition. The spread of this novel Corona Virus is through droplets so for the base community. Calmer away or even more. There is no risk to the community about two hundred State Department. Evacuees have been quarantined database in southern California's Riverside County since last week. The Department Hartman. If Defense says it could host a total of twelve hundred people at six military bases including sites in Nebraska Colorado and Texas for NPR news. I'm Sarah Hosseini any in fairfield former Los Angeles County. Sheriff Lee Baca has begun serving his three year prison sentence for corruption. Mock attorneys have filed a new version to get his conviction thrown out L. saying jurors should have been told about his Alzheimer's diagnosis the. US Supreme Court rejected his last appeal in January Mauka was convicted of obstructing an the FBI investigation into allegations of bribery. An inmate beatings by jail. Guards you're listening to NPR news. The Justice Department is investigating. Mississippi's trouble prison system. Following the deaths of fifteen inmates since December details from NPR's Debbie Elliot. The Justice Department Civil Rights Division says it will examine conditions at four Mississippi prisons including Parchman state penitentiary. The focus will be on whether the Mississippi Department of corrections adequately protects prisoners from physical harm by other inmates and whether there's adequate suicide prevention and mental health care pressure pressure has mounted on the state to stem rash of deadly violence and apparent suicides. A spokesperson for Republican Governor Tate Reeves says they are grateful the trump administration astray Shin has taken a focused interest in criminal justice reform and promised to work together to quote right. This ship Debbie Elliott. NPR News Southern in West Virginia is under a flash flood. Watch until Friday amid ongoing rainfall. Governor is already calling emergency responders into action. Emily Alan of West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports state officials are anticipating torrential downpour and risky driving conditions. This other coalfields are part of a long stretch of Appalachia spanning Georgia Alabama the Carolinas and Kentucky that is at risk of flash flooding. The West Virginia National Guard. Says it's keeping keeping an eye on things here. The state is still struggling to rebuild and southern counties after flooding in two thousand sixteen damaged more than four thousand structures and killed twenty. Three people for N._p._R.. News I'm Emily Allen and Charleston West Virginia and I'm Shay Stevens N._p._R.. News in Washington.
NPR News: 04-11-2020 10PM ET
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says. He's taking steps to address. The outsized told the corona viruses taking on African Americans. Npr's Debbie Elliott reports. He's moving to make sure. Minority communities are thoroughly informed. Louisiana Governor John. Bel Edwards is assigning a health equity taskforce to make sure minority communities get preventative health information and access to Kobe. Nineteen testing African Americans. Make up more than seventy percent of the state's deaths but our only a third of its population. Npr's Debbie Elliot reporting the governor of New York and the mayor of New York City are clashing over city schools as NPR's collins wire reports. They disagree over. Who gets to decide how long the schools stay closed? Corona virus fears closed New York City public schools last month. And at a briefing mayor. Bill de Blasios said that in person classes will remain closed for the rest of the school year. Having to tell you that we cannot bring our school's back for the remainder of the school year is painful but I can also tell you it's the right thing to do. Don't tell that to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo though he didn't close them and he can't open them at a news conference. Shortly after de Blasios spoke. Cuomo said that this is a state decision and it will be made on a statewide level. It makes no sense for one locality to take an action that's not coordinated with the others and while most said that there has been no final decision yet Colin wire. Npr News. Tomorrow is Easter and in the age of Corona virus. That's going to mean a major adjustment for many Christians. It's a big churchgoing holiday and social distancing means in person fellowship isn't advised as NPR's. Tom Markeith reports. President trump is now telling people to stay home. There was a time when president trump said. He wanted the pews packed on Easter Sunday. But the reality of Corona virus means. He isn't saying that anymore. What trump is urging is for people to stay home and do like? He's doing worship via laptop. Npr's Tamra Keith. The world's oil producers failed to complete a deal to cut production to stabilize sliding prices and peers Camille. A domino has more. The world has a massive over supply of oil caused by both the corona virus and by geopolitics for more than a month. Russia and Saudi Arabia have been waging a price war now. The two sides are ready to call a truce but reaching a deal has been complicated. Opec and its allies held a marathon video conference in came close to a historic deal to cut crude production but then Mexico balked and the deal wasn't finalized then oil ministers from the Group of twenty met on video chat for another long meeting but no specific targets. Meanwhile president trump has been calling up various leaders trying to strike some sort of deal. Camille Domino ASCII. Npr News and you're listening to NPR news from Washington. The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his country has reached the first and the worst phase of the Cova nineteen pandemic. Dan Carp. Jack has more this week. Trudeau presented Canadians with his government's predictions. If stringent public health measures that are in place now remain. The country can expect up to forty four thousand deaths. He says Canada is now in an initial unchecked phase of the virus spread which could end this summer but in the idea of normal he adds can only happen once. There is a vaccine for the novel Corona Virus. Which could be a year away. Officials say the peak of the virus spread could come sometime before the early fall. Trudeau says it's expected that some rules will be loosened. A certain sectors are allowed to return to work but physical distancing and travel restrictions as well as close monitoring will continue for NPR news. I'm Dan Carpenter. Can Toronto United United Nations Migration Agency is asking countries to respect international law and take in asylum seekers many countries including the United States are using the corona virus pandemic as a way to shutout migrants. Joanna Kakissis has more the International Organization for Migration says it's concerned about migrants making the dangerous journey by sea from North Africa to Italy Spain. Or Malta Italy say they have closed their ports to all rescue boats to prevent the spread of Calvin nineteen the IOM says that at least twenty. Seven thousand migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea since nineteen ninety-three Domenica Kakissis reporting from Athens. And I'm Janine herbst and you're listening to. Npr news from Washington.
Supreme Court To Take Up Legal Battle Over Water Between Florida And Georgia
"Soon the Supreme Court will again consider a three decade dispute over a precious resource water. Georgia has it and Florida. Which is downstream from Georgia? Just says it's not getting its fair. Share Florida wants the justices to Cap Georgia's use but a court appointed special master recently. Rejected that idea. We're are going to hear now from both sides of this dispute starting with NPR's Greg Allen in Georgia more than six million people in Georgia Alabama and Florida depend on water. That starts here in Lake Lanier. Water from this reservoir about fifty miles north east of Atlanta generates. Hydropower as it's released to the Chattahoochee river see so quickly Overseas power generation. Here we generate power based on peak demand. Meaning either we generate in the mornings or afternoons when people at home turning on air conditioners are there Heaters in times of plenty. There's enough water to serve the needs of Metro Atlanta plus communities industry and farming in in southern Georgia Eastern Alabama and section of Florida's panhandle. The problems arise in the years when there's a drought one. Year job doesn't cause particular complications. The three year drought does. That's Catherine's itch with the Atlanta. Regional Commission A drought from two thousand six to two thousand eight lead. Then Governor Sonny Perdue to hold a prayer meeting for rain. It also gave urgency to efforts by Florida and Alabama to fight for their share of a scarce resource. That with climate change is becoming even more unpredictable after two decades of talks and lawsuits Florida finally went to the Supreme Court in two thousand thirteen asking it to limit how much water Georgia could use. Zits says Georgia has done a lot to limit. Its use water. Since the dispute began some thirty years ago. She says since two thousand Metro Atlanta has grown by one point five million people but now uses ten percent less water. It's these measures. It's high efficiency toilets. It's conservation pricing. Where the more water you use the more you pay? It's a series of all these different things you put them together in ended up really significant water savings. It's also spending on infrastructure. Your by Gwinnett County has spent nearly a billion dollars building a plant that now gets wastewater clean enough that it can be returned. Turn to the lake another river. That's part of the lawsuit. The Flint River starts near Atlanta and meanders south to the Florida border pine forests providing water for small towns and farmland wind. Lots of farmland sorting line traffic. We're in a cavernous warehouse at worship farms with the contra sorted bag. Christopher worship grandfather used mules to raise row crops on this land just fifty miles north of the Florida border now worship raises corn and peanuts Pecans condors main crop and he says the all require irrigation. If you WANNA grow a reliable dependable quality crop equality product it takes as water and it takes a lot of it because of the droughts and the lawsuits Georgia had to take a hard look at the water it uses for farming. It's placed a moratorium on any new wells for agriculture culture requiring all farmers to move to more efficient irrigation systems a short distance from the warehouse. We drive to want to worship. Groves Pecan entrees are lined up in rows. This tree. That was planted last year. After the hurricane this is actually where the water is coming from bins down and points out a small black tube about the sized Straw. All of his trees use this efficient drip irrigation most farmers now you soil sensors to let them know when and how much to irrigate for crops like peanuts and corn worship says farmers have moved to low pressure irrigation systems that use less water and lose less of it to evaporation. WE'VE TAKEN STEPS TO IMPROVE efficiencies and use less water her and I don't see any of the other stay tuned because you can go across the state line and you can dig a well and off as much water and do whatever you want Georgia and say. They're working to conserve water and willing to compromise. But wonder if the same is true in Florida. I'm Greg Allen in Camilla Georgia. This is Debbie Elliot on Appalachia Cola Bay in Florida where there's not enough fresh water coming down the river to keep this estuary healthy to get a look look at what's happening at the southern most point of the Georgia Florida water dispute. I take a boat tour with the Appalachicola River. Keeper Georgia Ackerman. It's almost like a slow death and it's very difficult to watch. Shannon Hartsfield is aboard. He's president of the local seafood. Workers Association here. You know like you issues to be a breeding ground for shrimp and fish and crabs. And it's all changed drastically. It's where the river meets the Gulf of Mexico and the tides mix salty seawater with the fresh river water flowing downstream the perfect brew for what has historically historically been the most famous harvest here voice tres but Appalachia also known for Half Hills. Everybody wants to eat them all. But they're hard to come by these days. Hartsfield Hartsfield comes from a family of oystermen and has watched the fishery decline in the last twenty years after an extended drought. There was a total collapse in two thousand thousand twelve. Hartsfield says it has yet to recover going for more than three hundred working waster boats when he was a kid to about a dozen today. If we go through another drought is even close to two thousand. Twelve drought. Death GonNA completely devastate and finish us off. River keeper emeritus US Dan Towns Myer says the region's last hope is the. US Supreme Court without the Supreme Court giving relief if to Florida from George's domination of the water we will see this ecosystem. Go Away decided through here as we move up. River vegetation changes from salt marsh to more of a wooded riverbank towering. Cyprus trees my tour guides pointing Out What's already been lost including millions of Tupelo trees and the freshwater marsh grasses that have been choked out by saltwater creeping further in-shore tore in here in the upper part of East Bay gone gone completely gone. Appalachia Cola is old old Florida. There are no high rise condos or big box stores. Here shops and restaurants downtown draw tourists alongside what's left of a working waterfront right but once bustling seafood processing plants closed up and for sale. One of the few still in operation is thirteen eighteen miles seafood. Where workers are hosing down the stainless steel shrimp sorting table? Kinda slow here now. So we're doing our maintenance. Joseph Parish has worked here for thirty seven years overseeing the Wholesale Shrimp Operation Parish is also a Franklin County. Commissioner Jenner. Who has been embroiled in the water war since he was first elected in two thousand six? I Live I've lived my whole life and I represent the people in Franklin County banning. All these jobs that we're losing about three four thousand five thousand job. That's nothing for Metro Atlanta. So in comparison may not mean much but when it comes through our history and our heritage and our way of life that's what everybody's heart here Franklin Gannon this what we're going to continue to fight for travel. Parish is weary from the decades long legal battle and would like to see states reach a compact on how to share water by repeated efforts to reach agreement had failed leaving the question. Now to the U._S.. Supreme Court Debbie Elliott N._p._R.. News Appalachia Colo Florida.
The Tom Dupree Show 8-9am 07-13-19
"Thing is a paid program on six thirty. wwl This is the top three show on newsradio six thirty WWL AV and WWL A._p.. Dot Com. I guess you know why not okay been on your shades. You know what the call <music> and women's ways show back on the Tom Depre- show Mike Johnson sitting in. How are you doing wonderful good so we're we're gonNA talk a little bit about the markets and things that happened today U._S.? Stocks close out up to actually this week U._S.. Stocks climbed Friday after a major central banks that set the stage for looser monetary policy major indexes are more than up two percent in July adding to huge gains in June even as worries about the broader U._S. economy continue this week provided another jolt to the market as comments by Federal Reserve drome POW appeared to all guarantee the central bank would cut interest rates as soon as later this month so we saw Nice Movement yesterday and <hes> Nice Moves <hes> the S._N._p.. <hes> for the first time closed above three thousand at closed at three thousand thirteen <hes> the Dow I guess Thursday was the first eight closed above twenty seven seven thousand but it had a nice pop yesterday to twenty seven three thirty two's where the Dow closed yesterday right <hes> but it's it's it's obviously been an interesting year. <hes> you look at <hes> The ten ten year Treasury it close yesterday right at basically to eleven as where it close yield yeah the yield <hes> so I mean the markets it'll be interesting to see what happens <hes> this upcoming week because we're starting to get into earning season so you've had this this pop in the market because you know interest rate speculation what the FEDS GONNA do <hes> and if earnings are strong <hes> then then you could see at the very least kinda holding steady where it is and perhaps you know continue to see see a move you know you never know but but earnings earnings will be interesting. That'll be the determinate in the in the short term especially you know <hes> we saw such volatility in December and so many things bouncing around and since then <hes> since the beginning of the year how much is he s and p a close to twenty percents twenty percent thereabouts yeah somewhere in there right <hes> I guess it bottomed on Christmas Eve and then started moving up after that and <hes> yeah about twenty percent. I think what it's what it's moved up big move right and it was it was just real sharp moved to that was the thing you know. We're talking earlier in the year not trying to time the market <hes> because you'll have something in in in in your mind you know hey it's GonNa go down. Twenty five percent went down twenty percent and if you're trying to time and at that twenty five percent it was just this Sharp v when it shot back up right and you missed out YEP. It's what so important to look Valuations Asians from a company specific steinway individual investors are helping power this year's rally in U._S.. Government debt assigned many remain cautious so you're you're seeing <hes> increase not only in stocks but people are still buying bonds to that's right and I think that's you know that's the wall of worry that the market likes to climb you know people are very since since the financial crisis. <hes> people been skeptical of this market <hes> and it's just that wall a worry typically helps a market move higher and you're still seeing today <hes> This was interesting for the first time since a really since the Treasury Department started <hes> tracking it individual investors investors are on track to buy a majority of the U._S.. Government's newly issued long-term debt this year really yes and so fifty four percent of the debt excluding fed purchases <hes> <hes> has gone to mutual funds individual investors right so there's huge demand out there so you're seeing the wall of worry people concerned about the market but you're also seeing the demographic shift you know the baby boomer's that are entering into retirement. They're increasing their bond positions <hes> and so all these things are coinciding and that's part of the reason that the yielders low is the accuser such demand. Dan and they're still such skepticism in fear out there. You can't live off of treasury bond. I mean there's exactly can't make enough interest off a treasury bond to provide your living expense events that's right and they this article. <hes> gives a kind of an example of that <hes> this lady is <hes> sixty years old lives in California and she said in the long run if yield stay low oh the small amount of income that make from the bond-holdings <hes> could lead her to make quote some changes in her life <hes> which would include moving nearer her sister where the cost of living so reducing <hes> her standard of living because it's we talked about before you know inflation isn't the inflation numbers aren't high but you're seeing a lot of inflation for retirement. It takes more assets to generate the income right need versus ten years ago yeah yeah and that always a concern because the the yield from your investments is the we <hes> amount of income divided by the amount of investment that gives you your percentage yield and <hes> we liked to try to at depre- financial group we like to try to limit the yield that you take from your investments around four percent a year while on a treasury bond. You're not even getting to you barely getting two percent a year right on a ten year you're getting just over two and and with when and you're going out ten years you can have a lot of principle fluctuation right going out that far so when we're building the portfolio you can't have a retirement portfolio. That's all bonds and generate enough to to take so we look in other areas <hes> companies that have long history of paying dividends <hes> and then you combine that you're you're putting together diversified income mm producing portfolio right. I'm so you know deadly was on prior so using the real estate example you know different <hes> pieces of property that are paying rent so that way if if one piece you know something if they're not collecting act and rent for one reason or you've got others that are still doing that. That's true all right. Let's take a break here. It is the Tom Depre- show newsradio six thirty WWL A._p.. Democrat terrified terrified of Twenty Twenty GonNa get a lot worse than twenty twenty. Two Twenty twenty election with a capital happens here. We are all going to witness this again. It's twenty US radio six thirty W._L._A.. 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It just seems like we've been in a situation that has got its difficulties in terms of investing for retirement <hes> but we've sort of May do with if you will <hes> you're in a low interest rate environment but you're also in low inflation environment if interest rates if we were able to get say six seven percent on bonds like like we've been able to get in the past and my career <hes> we wouldn't have the job would be a lot easier it would it will I I can remember buying a seven and a quarter percent U._S.. Treasury treasury bonds and that was expensive because we'd seen them at nine percent in and things like that and so we're constantly dealing with <HES> A low interest rate environment moment but we're trying to find things interesting things to layer in there to give people a better return one of the things we've been able to buy lately been pipelines <hes> <hes> those have been looked like they're going to be a good investment forest. You know it's just you're constantly having to look for right stuff to do and the backing. picking up about two years the pressure was to look at growth types of things just people coming in hey have you looked at amazon netflix is google you know the growth types of stocks and and you're looking at these things and you're looking at the valuations and they're just unbelievably high and some of them have gone even higher you know but you've had the the multiple expansion but when you're dealing with retirement retirement money this money has to be there yeah for for the participants and it has to be producing something so when we're looking at something that has a high of valuation how can we say with any form of conviction that hey in a a year's time this thing will probably be ten percent higher or or five percent higher there's no way with any kind of conviction to do that <hes> and that's what our clients need they need something that's producing do sing a consistent income stream yeah and in order to come up with that you have to look at industries that are in effect every day that that that do something that makes something that pop something that deliver something from point eight two point b. and are constantly in motion <hes> and you're getting paid every day right but i mean you mentioned in the pipelines and you you were looking at them and <hes> this what kind of got the discussion starting we'd we'd own pipelines <hes> for a while in the past and when when we're looking at the price just been going down down down down and we got to look at them and the assets are still there you know you're looking at heck here's here's the pipeline here's the backing behind it and the market market hates that sector right yeah and you know the little background neil m._l._p.'s masher limited partnerships they just fell out of favour with the market run back about four years ago <hes> and you've seen <hes> some some companies that were l._p.'s change their corporate structure in some that haven't you know they've still they've made adjustments to how they treat the the general partner <hes> in a positive way for the shareholders <hes> and so we're looking at it and say okay it's a good dividend you've had all this potential bad news priced in at these levels and like okay yeah this this looks like it could be yo a good yield for sure current it yields good and hopefully he'll price appreciation long term what you want is to buy things at a bargain if you can to try to <hes> get things he at a price that is as close to the liquidating value or below it if you can do that and you can find different things that <hes> will from from time to time we'll give you those kind of values that's right that's right all right congress is coming for your i._r._a. that's interesting talk to us about that so in may <hes> <hes> <hes> the house passed up was called the the secure act <hes> that's a acronym obviously coming from you know congress <hes> setting every community up for retirement enhancement act act yeah that's a lovely aka the secure act <hes> and it past <hes> the house four seventeen to three <hes> and so it's it's expected to pass the senate <hes> think ted cruz is one of the loan <hes> holdouts on it because it <hes> it restricts what <hes> five twenty nine dollars can be used for <hes> he wanted to be able to use use of four <hes> homeschooling which it doesn't so he's kind of the loan hold out right now out sound but so this is this is the act that <hes> expands <hes> retirement plans <hes> company retirement plans for individuals that alike i it's allowing companies companies to group their plans together so different companies it lowers the cost for 4._0._1._k. plan that's great <hes> but there to things that i do not like on the plan <hes> one <hes> it's it's a push to allow for annuities inside a 4._0._1._k.'s and i'll wonder who got into who's pocket on this but thank you guess yeah <hes> annuities inside of you've retirement plans typically bad idea anyway because with an annuity you're paying a fee for the tax deferral well retirement plans are already tax deferred and the the language of the plan dan or the act as of now it's so broad that it it doesn't restrict it to immediate annuities it could be variable annuities index kinda doors wide open so you're opening the door to the the fox in the hen house if you will just people coming in to exploit this so i do not like that <hes> but the other thing that i don't like is the stretch i._r._a. which what what a stretch i._r._a. is say i have an i._r._a. and <hes> typically the spouse would be the beneficiary so when i pass my wife would get the i._r._a. she claims that as her own and then she would name a beneficiary say our son and then he can take out the required minimum distributions based on his lifetime at the it stretches out the time that the money can stay deferred yeah yeah just to give some no just an example of that so let's say a twenty two year old who inherits a one million dollar i._r._a. as a non spouse beneficiary the first year take out a required minimum of about sixteen thousand four hundred dollars one point six percent right fast forward eighteen years when that beneficiaries forty years old and he'll only be taken out two point three percent so low could still be growing it can still be growing you're leaving that principle in there and hopefully growing that principle <hes> and it it defers the tax for many years while with the secure act <hes> it's shortening that assuming passes a senate as is <hes> the non spouse beneficiary would have to take withdrawal or distribute the entire amount in ten years <hes> so the stretch our would be gone <hes> and in ten years time that non spouse beneficiary acetate the full amount out of the i._r._a. it just it turns the whole i._r._a. a planning thing on its head because that's been the whole idea and this was this is what people were sold when they started contributing to an i._r._a. and now they're changing the rules on it now rovner there's one reason for that tax revenues that's right they wanna get taxes and from the withdrawal early withdrawal of money from the i._r._a. exactly and it rex havoc on <hes> college planning they say you know the grandparents the children inherited and there they have kids that are going to college well if they're taking ten percent or the ten year withdrawal from the i._r._a. well they might not qualify for college <hes> <hes> loans or funding financing <hes> if they're taking that so i mean i it has all these trickle down implications <hes> part of it to well he said they're they're paying for some of the other things that are inside the plan like they're moving the required minimum distribution age from seventy and a half to seventy two well they're paying for more than paying for that yeah with this tenure withdrawal or yeah ten year withdrawal so <hes> anytime the government metals or improves something they're always going to get their hand on more tax revenue revenue absolutely just watch out <hes> but there's opens the door to lot other questions <hes> you have <hes> roth conversions which people can do which sometimes the dependent on their situation you could make sense if they do away with this stretch i._r._a. you do the roth conversion <hes> and it changes you know it's more beneficial to him put usually how likely is it to pass the senate it everything i've read it sounds like it's going to pass <hes> <hes> i think the the big issue for with cruise being the loan hold out if it doesn't pass with <hes> <hes> unanimous <hes> vote then it has to actually go up for the normal <hes> session but if it's unanimous that it'll go through but i mean it passed the house four seventeen to three really so it it looks likely that it'll pass <hes> we'll see right it'll it'll change the outlook for one of i._r._a. i._r._a.'s 4._0._1._k.'s the whole nine yards right okay stay with 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In lifestyle creep <hes> one of the biggest <hes> budget busters if you will you so the three of the biggest debts that people have our mortgage student loans and and then car loans <hes> car loans <hes> that's the that's the biggie that can bust your budget if you will <hes> now I'm not <hes> spin shaming people you know if view if you're putting money back you're able to save money and you go out and Bond Nice car. Hey that's great more power to you <hes> but if you're trying to find areas to cut to be able to contribute attribute more for retirement this is one area to be careful of <hes>. You know you think of a mortgage in most situations a mortgage. A house isn't appreciating asset. You know what everybody was saying before the financial crisis do but in general long-term houses appreciate in value student loans that idea will you have a alone. You're going to be able to get a better job. <hes> car loans immediately. It's a depreciating asset so you're so you're financing something. That's going down in value the first year roughly twenty percent and a lot of times they'll have you know a higher interest interest rate depending if it's <hes> financed through the car company or how you get the loan <hes> but most people is entering on this study the reason I it's so prevalent now because a lot of more people are buying trucks and S._U._V.'s so you know if which are more expensive than just the typical sedan so <hes> few things you can do buying by a car. That's one to two years old good strategy if you do that. You're letting somebody else take that first year depreciation hit and then if you do buy new car hold it for a long time because that way after after you pay off the loan then you might drive it for four or five years. You're not paying anything and then. I thought this was interesting. They're probably more wealthy people driving a Honda than a Mercedes. I can't prove this but they're more people with their finances. Finances and order driving an accord C. Class Mercedes been <hes> the millionaire next door crowd does not spend a lot on on cars. Well like I said before you know this it all depends on what what's what's your income is and where you're putting money back right. If you're putting money back you know have added you know it's all about knowing what you spend staying within your budget and wherever you want to spend that discretionary money go for it but have in your mind what you're spending what you're bringing in and be able to put back early for retirement yes the earlier the better right <hes> we've had <hes> some <hes> people people coming in here recently that are just getting started at love. I love the conversations <hes> and especially when <hes> the parents have taught Kinda the the compounding time value value among I you know somebody that's just graduated college. They've they've got their first job. They're starting to put into a Roth I._R._A.. Twenty years old it's like yeah doom it. Do it great to see it happen. Yeah it is because that it that'll set them up later on in life and they won't have to put as much back because they're starting so early right <hes> so I love working with people like that. That's right yeah. Once people get initiated into the idea of the time value of money mean. It becomes very hard to get them away from it right Dr Seeing what it does. It's right now. One of the big things that we all talk about in our business is <hes> investment advice and this this is a subject that I would say this that when it appears that everything is going up and has been going up for a long time mm it seems that the need for investment advisor becomes less and less <hes> because all you do take a default <hes> position in the market and you figure are you gonNa make money and that has been away to make money but <hes> it it could backfire at at a time when you most need it not to and and because it's been so easy to make money people have said why have a human being do it. You can just let a computer do it <hes> well. That computer is only as good as the amount of market experience. It's had and it's not to say that computers can't predict some certain things but it seems to me that a human being has a better ability in a better memory of with what events feel like in the emotions because the computer doesn't have emotions investors do then <hes> than what a computer would have and yet people are drawn to this idea of having their finances managed by a computer right the idea is that you know algorithms because these these Robo advisors it's all driven by an algorithm which is just a mathematical input and the ideas is that the algorithm is more objective <hes> than human advice <hes> well. That's simply not true because you look at well first off you know where did the algorithm come from. Come Front came from mm-hmm programmers that are putting that in there <hes> so the just like with any computer program the the output is only as good as the variables on the input so if if just just like with a human if you go to ten different Robo advisors put your information and you're GonNa get ten different recommendations. You're going to have <hes> bias inside of it just inherently inherently built into it if it's <hes> from a particular company they're buys is going to be for funds of that company. That's going to have a different outcome than some another one. <hes> you're going to have bias towards the allocation you know stocks stocks bonds what types of stocks what types of bonds <hes> and all of this is is an input initially and it just carries through kind of indefinitely it doesn't take into account real-time real-time market scenarios <hes> just like you know with the the bonds that we've been talking about. You know you have to be careful with the bonds you have to be careful with what types of stocks you're buying. This doesn't take any of that into account <hes> <hes> most of the Robo advisors just an age based platform you put in your age you put in your quote unquote risk tolerance right <hes> which the risk tolerance questions you know there <hes> subjective active best. You know it's like hey do you wanna lose fifty percent well. No I don't know would you be comfortable. Losing fifty percent now on your way to make in ten right exactly <hes> so it's only as good as what what initially goes in but this this Wall Street Journal article they did a survey of eight hundred people it was just kind of this little test and <hes> they did a hypothetical investment situation and a half of them were told that it was coming from human adviser and half. We're told that it was coming from a Robo advisor and then they went back and told them here's what you're negative. Returns were and the majority were more comfortable with the Robo advisor because they felt more more confident that ultimately it was gonna come out in their favorite really yes and it's just gary I it's just because people are so ingrained think well. It's it's a mathematical equation that that's where it's coming from so it has to be right. I it's not <hes> because like I said that the bias <hes> that's built into these inherently <hes> that can have negative negative outcomes right so <hes> I mean we're we're in the investment business obviously <hes> but I mean there. There are Robo advisors that we could use and say okay. Hey you know we're GONNA put this client in this Robo advisor and we're going to advise them a witch Robo advisor to I mean there's there's companies that do that but you look at the inner workings of these things and a lot of them are not transparent. You don't know oh how they're coming up with the information. The Algorithm is functioning when you get into a bad market who you're gonNA talk to right yeah yes. This is the you know like that's that's the that's the Robo advisor talking to you know so having somebody having a clearly defined plan and knowing why you own what you own and <hes> how how the investments. vestments will react to try to take advantage of different market dynamics. You don't get that with the Robo Advisor Ishai plugging Chug. That's right one of the things that we we seem to offer people is some comfort about how they're in. There are people out there that simply cannot access this world of computers and Mumbo jumbo about the markets they need a person to talk to and that those tend to be people that we do well with somebody that did needs a physical person that they can describe their feelings about uh-huh things <hes> in in feel comfortable with right <hes> it's it's a relationship. <hes> you know when our clients come in <hes>. It's talking to him about what's going on with their life. You know if if they're filling anxiety Zayed's about something you know in the market or <hes> an expense that's coming up. It's discussing how how how to make changes to the investments or or why we own what we own. Why how they're doing in real life? It's that relationship yeah and when you're sitting across from somebody you can tell if that person's being open transparent <hes> you can tell if somebody's honest right most of the time right <hes> but with a Robo advisor it's just a here it is hopefully it works out for you yeah. You're you're basically subverting the human viewpoint point the mechanical viewpoint that's right. You're putting beneath it right right <hes> and <hes> you look at how quickly these things could make changes well they can't you're not GonNa get advice so let's say two thousand eighteen fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen year. You're in a Robo Plan <HES> and you see the value the account down twenty percent if his following what the market did <hes> who you're gonNA talk to. You're going to be more inclined to go in and say okay. This isn't working. I'm going to switch to stay with the Robo advisor but I'm going to switch to a more conservative because I didn't sign up for this and then you're selling at the wrong time and you're getting more conservative -servative than you've missed out on the there's the move back to the impetus for a long-term investment plan isn't there right with the with the Robo advisor because the relationship isn't there. That's right stay with us. You're listening to the Tom to pre show. It's newsradio six thirty W L._e._A._p.. Election season game is begun trump winning again. Let it go football on your election headquarters twenty this season. We're ready Newsradio radio six thirty W._L._A.. Hi this is Tom depre- a fiduciary as a person organization that owes to another the duties of good faith and trust is the highest legal duty of one party to another and it means means being bound ethically to act in the others best interests at debris financial group we act as a fiduciary to our clients when managing their investments this means simply that we put their interests first we accept no commissions commissions or transaction fees only asset base percentage fee of our clients assets which directly alliance our interests with there's sake about it a financial advisor who does well when you do well if you'd like to know more a bad how this might work for you give us a call at depre- financial at eight five nine to three three zero four hundred for no obligation meeting and a discussion of your account. That's depre- financial group at eight five nine to three three zero four hundred back home. Tom Show my Johnson. My the biggest thing that we seem to see is with people not knowing what to do with their money he not having any idea of what to do with their money and not having a feel for the principles of cash flow bringing more in than sometimes they have an they know intuitively intuitively what they're trying to do but they haven't put it into <hes> into words. This is an interesting story that <hes> you've got about <hes> so this is the <hes> the center for our retirement research at Boston College <hes> they did a pretty in depth <hes> sir report on it's called the name of the study is women marriage in the national retirement risk index. <hes> gets pretty granular but the big picture <hes> that I want to paint is is specifically looking at women <hes> but this cuts right to the lifestyle creep thing that we've been talking about <hes> it looks at single women verses <hes> households that have to earners and to savers well obviously <hes> households with two honors enters into a and and to earners have a higher level of income coming in than a than a single <hes> so married couples the the average on this for major fifty to fifty nine <hes> average earnings of about one hundred twenty five five thousand versus single of about thirty one thousand five hundred now what they measure is the likelihood that they're going to be able to replace their pre retirement income after retirement <hes> and the interesting thing you would think obviously the ones at high risk will be the single <hes> participant <hes> because it level incomes not as high well. That's actually not true. The married to earners actually scored a higher risk than the single because the the biggest point was because lifestyle drift the two earners were contributing less to retirement and so their likelihood of replacing that income after retirement was a lot lower <hes> now another thing that impacts it is social security replacement <hes> the lower income you have the greater percentage of your income. That's replaced by Social Security <hes> but the biggest one was the savings so single Arner <hes> couples nls saved an average of eight point six percent came to earner couples where only one was saving. They only say four point nine percent really yes <hes> and a lot of times. It's because one spousal have <hes> a 4. The other one doesn't and so they they're contributing to the 4. But the other spouse they're just not putting anything back act they don't take into account that only one of them saving <hes> so lifestyle drift whenever you have to earners and you both Wanna be saving because that's how you compound on that earning power that you have into into the savings <hes> just be real careful of as your income goes up not putting back the same percentage you know if the two to our owners <hes> we're putting back the same percentage well then you're. You're compounding greater amount right so I just thought this was real interesting because we last week we talked on this lifestyle drift scenario and then and this one was <hes> a very granular study of that very thing <hes> and so just thought it was very interesting. Yeah something that <hes> we all have to take take into account is how we save money based on our lifestyle and spending habits right matic amount of stuff here. Oh Oh sorry history says apple and Amazon probably won't be the decades next best stocks yeah. That's something we can all relate to. Is that stocks that shoot up during our lifetime we think they will continue to be the best stocks to by the future. You have to be contrarian yeah. You can't look at <hes> what's done well in the past and just assume that it's GonNa keep doing that. <hes> unfortunately that's essentially what index funds do <hes> but <hes> you you have to like. We were talking about the pipeline companies in the first segment <hes> that's more of a contrarian investment because it's a sector that's out of favour <hes> we're looking for companies that have a repeatable type of business but might be out of favour for one reason or another <hes>. It's it's the difference of just use a shotgun approach versus sharpshooting certain areas of the market <hes> but historically <hes>. Let's see only funded here. The top ten stocks by market cap rarely stay the highest performing stocks following the ten years that they were <hes> instead prevalent investing patterns changed drastically as the old winners are replaced by new winters yeah <hes> so this is this is idea of trying to find the hot trade <hes> which is is if you get lucky you can do it right <hes> and you know some people are good at this type of investing <hes> but for retirees we think is more prudent to find you know companies that have been around around a longtime <hes> that are producing something for their customers yeah or that people are buying right so and as as these companies get larger larger you look look if you think back in the last thirty years some of the largest companies that were out there <hes> which were the best performers well they get more bureaucratic <hes> more. They're more entrenched. <hes> I like what they say a <hes> elephants in hippos or very resilient but they're neither is fast nor is agile is cheetahs and leopards right but we're when we're building the portfolio. We're looking for resiliency. Yes that's what we want. <hes> we want companies that have a moat. That's hard for other companies to come in and compete with <hes> you look at something like Costco. <hes> it's a retailer <hes> which actually there <hes> they do monthly same-store sales <hes> they're one of the only retailers do month-to-month comparisons <hes> they just had last month's come out and they're very positive right <hes> but you you look at a company like Costco <hes> which is not a recommendation on Costco but we do own it <hes> you look at <hes> the moat that they have <hes> anything well. It's retail. They don't have a moat well they do because of the membership function because of their online presence they have their own little niche online. They're not competing directly with Amazon right <hes> Walmart target. They're competing directly with Amazon. They're trying to sell the same stuff costco they have their <hes> private label brands <hes> so all these different mechanics of how they run the company as what <hes> Kinda got us on the sent you will <hes> so we're looking for resilient types of companies <hes> <hes> and we encourage and welcome our clients to come in and talk to us. You know we have so many that come in like hey I can. They don't realize that they can talk to a human being and that's.
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"Some reason. Set of genes. Set it. Mamo mom. Focal warming. Howdy siblings siblings. She Chow tech tickly, dick. All right. How good are we good? Let's yes. Darker is ready or good was start start. Okay. Hi, welcome to mouse and Wiens everybody. I'm mouse. I'm we. We are here. A couple of days before the big vacation for me over in it. How are you? Yeah. Great, man. I'm tired. So tell everybody why you're so tired because I'm working on the hit show the rookie. Yeah. And yeah, it's just a little tiring. I must say were here gearing up for the holidays. There's been a lot of lot of work overall. And you know, it's what about you is your call time tomorrow. When do you have to be there? I give myself a call time tomorrow because I am prepping. And so when you do prep, it's different than shooting. So yeah. But waking up at three in the morning because I'm on that schedule. It's very hard to shift. I don't know if that's an age thing is that like where you get locked into some weird early hour timeframe. Yeah. And then like, so if you didn't have to go to work when do you normally wake up, when's your natural up time? I just wanted to know also of older people say things like it's curtains. So yeah, I'll tell you a four year older sister. Yes. We say curtains all the time. I mean silver-haired bike folklore if that guy comes over late that's curtains for him. That's right. What does that mean? Does it mean your closing curtains on some I link say an old theater production and old timey theater? My son shopping deep up on got it old time old time curtains all she old time curtains right here. Stop talking about her judge. All right. They're very pink curtains little ring. Leaping. Here anyway. So when do you naturally wake up for real because I want to talk about this for second wake up for? I don't have the thing about the the love the art of the film business, generally speaking. Well, I don't know for at least. Yeah. Everybody think you have unless you're working in the office, you have movie hours which are in stupid in stupid as they change all the time. Insanely stupid. I like that instant. Well, okay. But let's say it's a weekend. And you don't have to work Wendy naturally. Wake up natural. That's what what's your body. That was your whole question. Okay. Listen three wondering naturally wake up three in the morning lately. Yeah. So you've shifted to this weird works go. Yeah. Well, I'm right behind you. I wake up naturally for a 'em. Now. Why I don't know the point no point. It's my I think I get excited because the house is quiet loan time. And I've alone time, and I don't have to feel guilty. So, but then everybody wakes up at six six thirty seven, and then I'm off and running. So I get my little few hours. But then I still go to bed at ten. So I'm really tired all the time. Weird. The kids these days. Do they wake up and go right to their screens? I don't know. Maybe I don't think mine do they just throw their phone in their pocket, and they have to get on the bus and go to school. But maybe probably a little bit depends. Okay. Just anyway enough about old lady stuff. Gee whiz. We're not that all Nutting wild and crazy wild. I had a wild party this weekend. It was fun. How was it? Do we hosted a plaid party? Everybody had to come over wearing plaid flannel is just very casual in their all fun friends with they all brought their kids kids. Ran around stairs in brought their booze. We got loose with eggnog. It was fun. Yeah. Everybody stayed pretty late and brought food, and it was great except I made promises. I didn't remember about like, I what I gave my kids drum set away the middle. And completely forgot about it. Text me today. So what's up with the drums? And I was like, oh, I totally forgot we talked about that. Let me find out if it's okay. And I found the drum said, well, they're crazy. Nobody plays them. I mean, you play them when you come over. But I do that Trump set like the fun thing. Yeah. If people do when they come over once. Yeah. It's fine. But the kids don't get on. And it's really loud. I mean, you know, our playroom it's upstairs with like, no, walls and all the sound comes downstairs whenever any other kids over. It's just like DAT DAT animals up their nets and excited to give them to somebody who wants to play drums. This little boy's like really excited to get into them. And learn the ratatouille tat. Curtains come on. Oh, when are you coming over later? Drums. Little play in pave. You also notice that in the nineteen four like everybody was saying, but everybody had short ties in their pants came up to their man boobs. Yeah. What is that? Why is it? Call a man boobs. I don't mean that's dumb old term. But Moog squeak, no moves bruise. They have tiny tiny ties that come down just below their nip lapels, and then their fans groper, really really high look cute. Look, though, it love it. Like when I do all our family history stuff Quebec and genealogy, and I think Grandpa's old pictures from and he's a little boy. And yeah, it's super cute. I dig it. I think that should back is that a hipster thing. I think they're trying to bring it is. Yeah, it's come back in the ladies are wearing them to and it looks like any hall. That's fun. Keen style. Yeah. I like her style. Oh, my poor cat. I think is really bored. I just look at her. And she's I get home after leaving her home for hours, and then she gets really pumped up, and then she fist. What how does the caq pump to? She like. Well, I have to throw her pieces of chicken. What do you mean? What's her like jersey shore like standing up on her back? They're poly d here just fist bumping like, she's home. She's again. Pumped up. No. Royds and everything. No. I don't know knows. She doesn't have opposable thumbs. True. No. That would be great. She's got a little jersey just catching chicken with her clothes. No just. Yeah. I I throw it out. She's got these little claw like mitts in the little knife hook nails on the end. So I just throw she'll run out the yard and I throw and then she'll she'll run like little gazelle puts up her one and catches the chicken on indoor long hook nails lanes Owl's. Yeah. Sirius' go forty Niners in the eighties. Like, that's right. That Billy Martin as reference members raid spit on the does anyone know Billy Martin's from raise the team. He was a spinner. Nice little mustache and everything. Yeah. You kind of look like Schroder from the. One day to remember Schroeder who was cigarettes in his sleeve you like to to crush on whom I kinda had a crush on him. He was real bad. You know, they tried to play him off like Hugh was twenty sixty five. I tried to do the funds it really with them. We're fawns was supposed to be like fifteen, but it was really a forty five. Just a wrinkled winkle and this time near the lake jersey. Whatever bring it back jersey shore. Hey, do you wanna go in and talk about nothing because I. No, anyway, party was great drums are gone. And speaking of Henry Winkler penny Marshall passed away, and we're sad about it. Yeah. We were big fans of Laverne surely growing up some easel Shlomo zal. I don't know the next do they say hot, you know, what you can just tell you are surely Fini am I I know is it like Oscar Felix Felix in your thus Khor. I think so you're the Shirley, and I'm the Shirley your learn I think I was the I always related to the burn. But it might have been the Brown hair blonde thing, I know. Fi. What the? Yeah. I got John. You got. Drills bond, you go to Berber knows the Brown wound. I'm always reading whatever. Yeah. Whatever it's find penny. Marshall, she did I didn't realize she did so many movies. She too big league their own. She did awakenings and many many others look up. I am DP and realize but a director to well. Those are the ones she directed. That's huge like those big female directed movies. So cheers to penny. We're gonna pour out turn homeys later. But okay. Yeah. Nicely done and look at our Instagram because I put any think on Facebook are are bowling picture from when we dressed up like Vernon Shirley back in the day. Let's be careful. I do remember. We would have those company parties. And then somehow I would get suckered into dressing up into some you're much more spirited than I am. I think and are you kidding? No. I think it started with where your best bowling shirt. So we went shopping together when found bowling shirts, and then we walked over to the scarf section said haha, let's put out a scarf. And then we went how about some Vernon Shirley glasses. And then it just became a whole thing. Now, the Sonny and Cher thing that was karaoke. So we had to pick a song the company party. Yes. Do share? But did it full out? Yeah. Big time committed and Dalian Kenny and that one too. Need we need to? Ps on. Let's find another duet song and dress up situation. Let's throw party in which we can dress up and saying shall we everybody rating with favorite duet? Couple costume situation that weans and I could do right. Let me give you one right now. You've the other part. All right too. Two. Evans now, then our kid a little bit nervous when I'm thinking of the sky. Ever now. And then a see little men run in any falls into the pants a sky turn. Ever now. And then I must shorts Putin tone into my socks. Tune. Every now and then a cehic kindle down goes onto the pov- dog. Tune. Now. Smell the fun. Okay. All right. This is fun. Mclean. Take it. Right. So this is what you folks. Come to any kids in our area. Oh, that's good. See I've gotta work on the lyrics. That's the only problem. I heard something better candle. I don't know. Around the room. And getting inspired me know what what dreams have you have lately zero. Zip zilch. Not a really nothing. Yeah. No, I asked. Yeah. You know? I did kind of wanna talk myself. Yeah. I had a drink. Okay. I am secretly in Louis. Adam Sandler, not so secretly. But I am I still love Adam Sandler. He was always my sweet little New York comedy fund. Like like, nice, dad. Good guy. I know fun and I've loved him forever. And I met him a few times. See I found all your pictures to you, by the way. Can I post did you? Yeah. Okay. Look on her Facebook groups. That's where I post the secret stuff everybody Facebook. So okay. I always liked him. I met him. I my friend was to remain green day. And I need the green day guys growing up in old pinola Nelson brownie area, and they were on Saturday Night Live. It was the first time there, and I went with them. And Adam Sandler was there practicing. It was at the rehearsal in. I ended up drinking a lot. And I remember I had a weird like like how? Oh bowl has nose. Ring. I had that in combat boots in address was all punk rock. And and it was falling around Adam Sandler because I liked him so much at all I remember is he kept seeing me and then promptly grabbing his guitar and like disappearing into another room. And then I would find him like look over then disappeared to another area. And I was just trying to like I said a couple of hey, how you doing? Are. You just you know, whatever, and I was one of those annoying people. And it turns out he was doing his set for the what's the thing Turkey. Oh Hannukah song. Yeah. Gona hundred. Yeah. That was the night. So now, I look back on and I'm like, can you believe this young kid is getting this huge break on Saturday Night Live. And then there's just some I thought I was like, yeah. Dissing me. How? He's going for like one of the biggest nights of his life to premiere his song. I don't know. Anyway. So what if he could have predicted it is? I mean, I know probably not just trying out. So yes, we find out that day. That was that's cool. Yeah. It was whenever green was on. And he did that song. So I was like. Wow. And then he went on and disappeared in that. I think it was just trying to chase them all night. They ended up hanging out with Norman Donald who also is amazing. And he was just a nice guy. He he was Super Bowl. Anyway point is there. Yes. So I did the embarrassing follow Sandler around that time. And then for some reason years later when I was with you at the bioscience company, I somehow Mr. click enter a contest and out of ten thousand people they pick five people to meet Adam Sandler and hang out with him for day. So it was me I would done in hung out with Adam Sandler for the day at happy Madison productions on the Sony lot, and we hung out and barbecued and play basketball. And then it got to pick up on them. Again. How did you tell them about Saturday night? Let no I did not. I was no, I'm just always like weird nervous. So, but I did see he and Allen covert his buddy, his an Alba movies with them. They looked over. Everyone's in San Jose kid. He kind of gave me a. Wait, wait you button here. Wait, Adam Sandler, Allen covert. He like was like, hey, I saw them out of the corner. My in Sandler was like, hey, why am I saying I sound like such nudging him like dude chick like? Yeah. And then I got a little corner of the eye little validation in and then he wrote he signed my guitar, and he wrote Julian catis, and then he gave me a CD and he wrote Julian has toll in hot. It was sweet any real like giggled a lot. And then I made them take a picture with me. And I put my hand on his stomach that he was like kinda shy and laughing. I dunno. That's. And then I ended up working on his movie. And then I was in Barrett's because it was like a hired employee on just go with that movie. Just go with it. What was that about Janna, Jennifer Aniston? And and then did you talk to them again? Well, now, I was like oh God. I don't want him to remember me from this other times because I was all embarrassed. So I just tended ever just like the employees. But he saw me like, hey, what's up? But I don't think he remembered where from right? He just ran. Memory. You should have brought that CD in the Qatar and said, hey, sinus, again, would you wanna know rekindle? I was working on the show. I couldn't suddenly pop up and be like, hey, bro. I don't know. I'm just shy. I'm too nervous. I don't know. But I didn't want him to Suzy it me with a drunk girl following him around or the weird. Contest winner. Check. I like. Persson training to get a job that we're out of it. But anyway, okay. So I'm gonna try to be part of it. So I have dreams about him. All the are often shouldn't say all the time. I'm not, but I will have dreams as he's like the barometer of the key. Like every time I have a dream about him. It's like a step closer to finding a good partner or something. Because every time it'll be like this weird hit or miss with Adam Sandler in the year two thousand and then it's usually like my dating life is sucking for that year. I can't figure it out. And then three years later, I'll have a dream. And it'll be this dream that emulates where I am in my evolution of finding like a good partner. Dubuque? Are you saying handler? Is god. No, no. It's like it's like a fortune cookie in love for you it when he took a little Jewish fortune. He's like a little what they call the little Jewish cookies. There is no name. That's totally raises. It's not a Hamad Tashin with poppy seeds. Yeah. How mathausen? Yeah. Those are really good. No, sure. He is your little. I dunno crystal ball of love. Yeah. So when he pops up in your dreams, you know, that something relationship wise is going to happen. Well, it's something where I'm getting better at being in relationships. I guess so I had another one with him. And this time it was very because. Okay. So my last one was like a year ago, and it and we were flirting in my dream. And then he said which is like to come upstairs meaning like for won't. Or not. I'm sorry. I was trying to go. We can try to cut it in. I can't do it. Okay. And then so that, and then I said I said, no, I would like to be taken on a date. I I said I don't do that only go out on dates for. So that was a Brahma Dr myself limiter. Stupid dominator. Like, oh now, I will not his barometer honor your yes, turn too. Good. Yes. So now all about like dating for a long time ticket to know somebody before you do anything weird. And then now the recent one was actually looking into someone's eyes and saying love you, and meaning it and being very deep, and that's maybe the next phase of relationships. We'll see this. Great good or could just all be borsch it to. No, I'm sure it's a manifestation in your subconscious of some sort of like love it. Yeah. Levels of understanding, and yeah, yeah. And he's your dream boat guys. So I mean, you have dreams about Chris Martin don't you not anymore? I mean, it was governor was honestly, I'm just so flipping tired. I don't dream more. It's like I hit the pillow. And then suddenly I'm waking up again like nothing like, I don't even move. I don't think you know, I hit the pillow it kind of like this. She's. Sorry. Adam Sandler, call the number. I should actually find our number really throw it out there because you take calls will pay if you call us plugging. But anyway, so you have another boy story that you were starting to tell me few certain poem. I think we referenced sewed some ako. Yes. Will you please leave close tell us about his please visited so my friend. Rachel was huge. He's visiting from jersey, and she's driving her bicycle across the United States with the little tent and two years off so far crazy. So she's been writing Chrysler two years two years and retired early and she's cruising around and she came here and stayed here for a little bit. And she's she loves Flamenco. Also, our needs us and he gave her a back. Rub. Once if she's in love in then a so I had fa- mix. Mango gave me a poem about a week ago. And it's quite saucy says hear him read the poem in explain the poem. And then he could explain he saucy generally he's like twenty two or three and he's been floating around your scene for a year. Now. Right. Yeah. You know here and there, and but here's the thing. He wrote me to poems. We gotta read the other one. Also, this is one that he wrote the other day. He's a lovely young, man. He's hilarious because. I think he's maybe not as in love with me as. No. I mean, he's got a probably several older women. Really he has a bunch of poems for them. Also, I think relating to fruit. Let's hear fruit porn. It's a thing. All right. Let's listen. Bye. Let my antics roam across your body with my tongue like every sensitive spot to your mouth is watering. Please let me in and devour that sweet kitty. Allow me to tend to those thighs with your backbone to its peak juice like a pomegranate, take my time with every little see every little. I hope you think of me whenever you need it sweet kisses and the soft touch even beyond through your to your g spot. If you really profound reading a message to you to your face. And seeing. Well, you is hard 'cause you're reading it. Right. Be nervous. Yes, how because the pressure is on and I'm being recorded, and it's gonna be a broadcasts a some kind of medium to an audience. I don't know hopefully, not offending anyone. Because you can't please everyone. And and the reason I even keep these to myself to like when sites in the personal message to you. I don't reiterated to anyone, you know, of anything, I try to keep it as pure as possible by like not kissing and telling type thing, you know, they're they do meet a lot to be like, I don't just write these anybody. No minutes to how many women do you buy pomegranate poems to you're the only one that's gonna pomegranate poem, you know, of anything. I've been a peach palm to someone. Or strawberry poem, or I just use the words like the word Vova, you know, it's like the center of a flower or something, you know, and flowers represent vaginas and. Yeah. And China's represent well Vova does oval represents a China Bovis found the center of flour. And. And I I guess you can say that I had Meyer the idea. A fruit and and sexuality, and I kinda socio fruit with with a more feminine aspect like female presence because number one fruit. I'll just say this on a side note is the purest form of eating anything because fruits you can take off you can pick a fruit, and you won't kill the plant. So it's like the highest form of consciousness in terms of consuming food that you're not killing necessarily, you know, that's why it doesn't kill wine. Sure. Or just just the metaphor of like plants like tomatoes or something you pick it tomato and the plant dies. It doesn't regret got to replant the whole thing. But like a grapevine or an apple tree or something you pick the fruit and the plant is not die. All right. So that is this is good to know because you do like fruit. What does the fruit of the monk dipped in chunks, Maine? Oh, if I had to guess, I've never heard that Braise. You wrote it would in your other boom to me, are you? Sure. Sounds familiar, but just because I say once I write something it's only written in that moment. And I don't really like rethink it. Because it came out of me in that moment, like got record everything I say on a book of lines or anything. It's like everything's once. It's a and it's put out there. That's it had its moment. You know, a couple of the new one or a better one or something? Can you also be high as fuck and not remember any of this stuff? Actually. No, it's it's it's actually my both conscious sober state of mind and hyphen minute. I tend to be very good because I guess my true gift and that God has blessed me with or just my natural. Instinct is speaking. I guess I have the gift of gab as they say, I can talk my way in and out of situations. Like with the police, you know, being pulled over by the police many times of talk my way out of it. Or if I meet a girl that I really like I will try very consistently and persistently to impress or earn my way into their hearts, and and pants when I first heart. I then pants that could also happen him one evening quickly. Well, it depends on the per- the scenario and the person in the rhythm and five of things, you know. But averagely, it's not the case. You know, you need to respect them some for sure. I have a picnic with some fruit. You know, and maybe a kiss on the cheek or on the lips is all you need to do before the fifth of the tenth day or the year two after knowing someone at like wondering, if there will be an opportunity to go beyond that level of friendship into a more, profound deeps surreal central. Yeah. Exactly. Thank you so much. This has been a pleasure a joy. And I appreciate your love poems. Thank you for receiving them at night, detesting them or testing to them. And and and saying leave me alone. I do not need your. Your your wings or your of your attempts? You know, I do appreciate the mutual Ness of it. And and also like if it among the type of person to hold grudges or feel like you're you're supposed to do anything with you know, it's just I feel like it's super fun to to correspond with someone via taxed or whatever. And just have fun with words, and that the imagination have total control. Because it's always better that way may ask you a question about fruit porn, this is an idea that my dear sister had fruit porn. This could all be nice tie into something else we've discussed before. Anything with the word porn absurd. Is either interesting? We're very arousing or both. If you asked me to direct a fruit porn, and that's all you wanted. That's all you gave me the synopsis day. We need a porn fruit. Can you do it? I'm like, okay. I'll use puns. I use metaphors. I seen can be a gay scene. And it's going to be two fruits and pod. And maybe that's offensive. We had to rewrite that later, but it's just a joke. But you know, it could you know, we use all the words from connotates do. Sure. Sure. Dingo berries and apple pie. I don't know. You know, well Dingle berry pie. We'll figure it out like. I really like that very creative. All right. We're going to sign this off and we're gonna get to simplemente playing. I'll put a little clip of music in here. Okay. Wonderful. Sir. Do you wanna use your real name? I think you might want to because this can help promote your beautiful music. Well. I guess all any kind of publicity is good, publicity even publicity. But you know, I'm not afraid of anything someone wants to call me out. Did you write this poem? How dare you? You know, what will I guess? So it's freedom of speech. What are you gonna do? But it yes, I am not ashamed of me. And my what I write. And I feel like I was a really well written piece that came out of me. And like, I say, you inspired it. But it's just like I just wanna be clear. It's it's not like an attempt to force my way into your pants nothing. It's more of a way to force my way into the Pence of your heart. You know what I mean? So yes, this is Debbie Elliot all in Cohn. Born into ninety one August fourteenth and meeting Columbia lived here in Highland Park, Los Angeles for twenty years and yes. I wanna put my address or social security, but if you need it, you can come find me where I said, I am good night. Goodnight. Goodnight. Let's get to the heart of the pants of the matter. I think so many things to discuss. Okay. So first of all describe how you guys are sitting. This is what I wanted to know where you like when we did our Andrew episode just sitting on the floor with the Mike between you talking. Well, he came over. Okay. Rachel is in love with him. She said, let's call Flamenco over my friend. French Barbara was here. French Barbara in Rachel here. We called them over he came over to my new house, and then I had they both fell asleep. There were sleep on the couch listening to meditation guided meditations. They're both very mellow. Yeah. And and so they were listening meditation music. So I brought him around through the back and then took him right into the bedroom. Doors sitting on my bet because it in week up the two hoots right and use brought all your recording equipment in there. I just didn't on my phone and recorded him, and I made him read the poem off my phone, the one that he had written to me if you days before and then so he read it. And then I made it explain it because our gutsy I don't know if I could do those somebody was it really bears. Eating. Never you like, dude. Explain yourself. Yes. That was like come on. Well, I mean, that's what I've been saying the whole time because he I know his personality a little bit because of hung out with a few times. He just you know, he will. He's probably got several six casanovas. He's like working the crowd like a sweet young cast Inova that I'm sure he's throwing food at the wall until it sticks. Sprinkling not birdseed out for nice old bird to compare. He's spraying pomegranate seeds and says. Bird mouth will take what? What happened? Anyway, it's it's still tweet. So what do you think? Well, I I like I mean, I wanna believe him that this is just you, and it's for you. But right, then he talks about the other fruit, and that he's written a peach poem. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Cheery Tomer strawberry poem or something? Right. Said. Yes. So anyway, if you would like a gentlemen, Flamenco suitor, I mean would be interested in reading poem interesting. I I've really right. I want to see if well would he follow through with? Says like our migrants to know about how to eat when pomegranate seed type all your back is urging I'm really curious. Physics of all these things has available on Sunday. Like ten AM in noon. She's not doing guided meditation or his fallen asleep from. Yeah. Her sixteen hour workdays. Yes. So maybe we could try to prominent pomegranate seed trip over that bird. I don't where. Wow. Yeah. So have you ever had anyone poem? I remember someone. I know we talked about this one of the previous ones. Yes, I've had a couple of funky poems. It's basing its sweet in it's great. If you like into the person, but then if you're feeling kind of. And then you get the poem, and it's. It can be so awkward, I think most people don't who are rating. I don't know. I just it would have to be really means. If it got to the place, where you're writing a poem or it really means something to someone that probably really means willia-, right? And it's intimate and at that point, you would probably a day. But if you're a poetry and flung booty, call poems. That's kinda strange like I don't know could over text. What about songs has anyone ever written a song about you for you? Yes. I should find a my favorite, my friend Gannon in John wrote a song called Julianne really sweet because I told him I if you guys years ago in Berkeley like twenty five years ago, whatever and they were in a band, and they were doing songs I said if you write a song called Julianne, we'll be number one hit. And they wrote it, and then they never released it. But. I can't remember the name, but the songs Junie. Do you leave me you wanna know nly? That's all I ever. No, you dated Gannon. Right. No. No. We rose just friends. They did it there. They were kind of jokey about it was always like a fun jokey thing. So Phan, they did not really love me and care if I left. Well, that's I know you did you ever anyone right song? I may have in high school their friends and bands that may Britain a thing too. But I don't never I don't think it's ever been confirmed. So it was just the murmurs his school murmurs of I'm gonna win. Now. Really? Yeah. Here we go. All right. Now says name. See? Brown. To tips. Massey. Whisker? Inside her nose. She likes to. Seat. See brown. Not going direction. I wanted it to laugh it it's crazy Brown. She waves her books. Carseat. We stopped penetrating this rumor. Lately because you know, what I did. I pulled one out of my nose today. And I've got these really weird. Can I tell you can I tell you. Yeah. Thanks. They're the ones where it feels like you. Stick your finger in there, and it sticks to the end of your finger. And when you pull it out your air hole. You're like a wail that just pushed out like just goes finally. He looked down and you've just produce like a small grub worm. Have you ever done that? No, no, probably. Okay. Let's go off it's happening because there's some kind of sinus thing going on. But oh, boy is it relief. How are your panic attacks? Are you having any lately? Yeah. It's called the hit show the rookie. New invert? Rough. You're you're better doubt. Right. Like are you feeling like those moments? Now are you've got a suspended one the other day when really lunch to set up. And I don't know why I think the air was bad, and I must have been kinda stressed, and yeah, I borrowed a Atta van from someone. And I did not take it. But I had it as an emergency. It started to feel like it was getting really overwhelming. And that hasn't happened in two and a half years. So yeah, it's weird all the things -iety stuff. But I'm definitely I had so much stress. Feelings rub up at work. Oh, like the last few days, and I just it starts to it wasn't panic attack. But I see it just weighed down in your body. It's crazy the style match and shallow breathing and getting tense back. Neck and with such a unnatural. I think so much has to do exercise in. I, you know, it's all this, depression and anxiety. And I'll bet you a lot of it a lot of it not all of it can be hit with some running exertion. And it has I'm sure your brain is producing all these chemicals that will counter any of those mood things in the endorphins. Make you feel good, right? It's all just good natural balance. Which makes sense as any good. You're like weird standard poodle trapped in the closet when you're just like sitting at a computer all day. Exactly. I like the standard poodle choice. Thank you. But yeah, you need to be released. You gotta run it around. You gotta jump, and that's how I feel when I'm I'm glued to a stupid computer via when it's stressful. Andrew glued somewhere. Right. If you're just having fun on your laptop. It's a different story sent me. Like, yeah. We went to the while the animal park zoo, the San Diego's you safari park. I guess they call it. Now the other day, and I was feeling so bad for the condors like they have this whole conservation program and their breeding condors and bring it back and the dogs at the door, no Wrigley. And the condors are in this like, it's a big enclosure. But it's got a big net around it, and they're wingspan is huge in a couple of kept leaving the rock, and they would fly and then grab onto the net on one side. Hang there for second and the fly across to the other side and hang on that note for a second. Then fly. It's like a weird verge treadmill? They have nowhere to go. And meanwhile, the natural Turkey buzzards or whatever kind of filtering is flying around the other flying right next like targeting them, just circling them as far as they want. Did they get to go out just bringing them in for conservation? I think that's it there on display and they do their program with them. But are they in danger for while? So I'm not an advocate for I hate cages zoos. I don't support zoos. I don't go there a hate it. What about the research ones that are trying to breed them and keep them from going extinct mall? I think that's important. So that's why I mean, if this was 'cause I know that they were almost extinct condors. It was a big deal in guy. One of the men that that helped get the edge off the cliff from wherever in carried it in his lap in. The helicopter down to fourteen. Here's a who down to the wild animal park back in the eighties. I listened to him talk. I wish I could remember his name right now. But he now does better fly conservation in Mexico. So does monarch thing. There's monarchs are becoming kind of endanger they keep dying. And they go to these trees in the force of Mexico up in the mountains, and they're dying like tons and tons are dying almost to where you walk in this forest of butterflies in your waiting through dead bodies of butterflies up to knees, you know, and they're trying to figure out why they're tracking them, and it was really interesting. They've figured out that the Gration pen. Well, yeah. Something's happening with my Gration. But also in climate also that people who live in these mountains, go into the mountains, and they harvest these trees, and there are these specific trees oil mill I think oil trees, and they have a scent like from generations and generations of butterflies that they trace back the same family of butterflies will find their families sent on that one specific tree and migrate there. It's like bizarre. They don't know how they do it. But people are going into the forest during non butterfly season. I guess in harvesting these trees not knowing that they have the special sent that. These butterflies are looking to find. And so without the tree there anymore. The butterflies have nowhere to go. And they just go there and die. And so anyway, he's doing this big educational thing where he wants to teach p. People how not to cook with wood fires. So oh, wow. This is really interesting. So they build these ovens and they're trying to teach people to use ovens with like coal different forms of fuel. Anyway, big sidetrack. But it was a sad to see the Conyers as he's toeing the counter store, he started crying talking about how moving it was to bring the down from the mountain. You know know that they might have a future. It was really neat Cup. His name. I'll put it in our show notes. So you can go to website and look it up in the show notes. All the info, it's very cool. That's sleazy. The didn't good thing. When the when they're trying to. Yeah. Zoos have to charge admission to fund the research program. So it's kind of a double edged sword in young people are interested in animals because they get to see them. I don't know. Yeah. It's timing. And yeah, it's a guess. Hopefully, most of those are rescue animals. I don't know how they do it there. Yeah. I don't either if they're bred there or rescued or. Yeah. I know they have good intentions. I know they're really considering their lifestyles in China, you know, matches best they can. But. Anyway. Yeah. All right. I am at my official. Need to take nap stage. Yes. Okay. Well, we will pop in all of our stuff at various points where needed like this from from our friends at Bubis in newbies podcast. Hey, everybody. This is Kelly Reynolds. And I'm the host of Bubis. The newbies the podcast that asks now this romance meters to think outside the dick box. 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Over Coming Suicidal Thoughts and Finding Peace with Russell! aka D'Pryde
"It's the end of the world as we know it. It's the end of the world as we know it. It's the end of the world as we know it and I feel find the what's up. Y'All welcome back to the no chaser. Podcast Timothy Dealer Ghetto Ricky. Shucks and. I'm Nikki Blades. Now just playing. This is me so low dolo today because it's it's a strange week. You know what I'm saying. It's a strange month. It's a strange motherfucking year. Twenty twenty is It's you know it's a doozy. Oh it's a doozy not gonNA lie so you know Nikki. Blades is up in the bay area. Right now you know. Traveling is not a suggested thing that people should be doing in the current time that ran. Ricky shucks is feeling a little under the weather. He does not have the Rona. Don't trip it is not the Rona. He's just feeling a little under the weather so we thought maybe it'd be best if he just sat this one out and it's okay it's me. I'm here me you. I got my hand sanitizer on deck. I got toilet paper on toilet paper ready to go. I'm with it but I. I wish rick was here to debate with me because Rick doesn't understand why people are so up in arms about getting toilet paper. You know what I'm saying and not that I think it's worth fighting people or slapping an old lady over but I get it. I get it if you think you might be quarantined for a couple of weeks. Then you want to make sure that you can wipe your asshole but the counter argument would be. Why don't you just get in the shower? Washy ass right. And here's the thing. I was telling Rick that you know some people. Just don't want to use raw hand on rob but for cleaning especially when you guys do remnants down there and I get it I get it because you know. I grew up with the You know some Southeast Asian countries and the Philippines they use what little metal bowl that you use to washy asshole. Sometimes I Filipino. Call it a tab. Oh I do believe anti people call it a con. I usually would wipe your ass with the toilet paper and then Just to give it a little like like you would use a wet wipe you get a little bowl of water and you wash your asshole saying and I'll just telling ricky and sometimes people Would rather not go raw hand to rob and he was like well. I would like to use my wife. I would just use a towel in the shower but I'm like but then you get dulong tower and it was a whole thing. We had a whole exchange about it. We'll talk about it on the next episode when we can get everybody in here nice and healthy saying but you know people are running. Amok things are flying off the shelves. There's bans at the border There's let's see costco lines of crazy and it's just a crazy time. You know what I'm saying. No one's shaking hands anymore. Businesses are being shut down. I wanted to get some fun today from my favorites. Fuss Bob but I couldn't get the fuck because the photo was closed. I got a haircut though. 'cause motherfuckers is still trying to make money out here even though it's difficult but even though the borders are being shut down even though Mr Justin Trudeau himself said Hey Canadians. Wherever you're at come back come back to your home country. That did not stop us today from putting on a show because I got I got a special guest today. I got a special guest who I've known for a really long long long time. Okay he is a rapper. He is some would say he's a youtuber because he's been on youtube for a while now. And you know what this Guy Right here? Just like. He's like my little. He's like my little my little youtube brother. You know what I'm saying. I've known this man for a long time. Somebody on my noam as deep pride somebody on my known as pride but now Yano as Russell Okay. So everybody make some noise. Welcome to the no chaser. Podcast Russell exclamation point was well some man. Well Tom Are we. Just we not even doing that. Hold on hold on. Oh Shit hold on. Let's slap and then we'll slap it on a slab it on your your fist outside fist. And then we'll hit it with the with the pound boom still noise would you? Would you like a Little Tequila? Let's do it okay. Let's do look at us. Look at US man. Who would have thought you know because when I when I went oh God I'm going to be headphones on. No you don't have to like the sound of my own. Okay very poofy you know. You are very movie crazy to think that I've known you since you were fifteen. Yeah Help. Are you sipping or shooting? How would you like this dog? Let's celebratory shot for the first one. Yeah however however you. Let's do that. Let's do that. Let's do I'm going to go with the flow one. Mississippi. let's go. Hey you are yes on the ear. You are here at such a great time. you know i just. I was talking about that in my little opening. Monologue cheers cheers cheers. See You I love you to doug. I think I heard you unearth. He shot very girthy right. Very nice woman. You're here it's a crazy town to be here but you're here and a million for a long time. Yes my guy. Russell Exclamation Point Aka Pride Aka Pride. Aka. I JUST AKA orange juice orange juice. Lil Wayne Verity Yup. So first of all dog. It's good to see you very very good. I'm glad I'm glad you're here man. I'm glad you're healthy. Saying what? What are you doing out here? First of all I was I had a bunch of stuff lined up like to just work stuff album stuff. Of course this too. I wanted to come out and do this. Yeah good that I got this time. We've been talking about a minute. That's why I was like I can't reschedule yet. I haven't seen rick in a minute so we'll do another one when I'm gone comeback dog back it'll be. It'll be great for a group but I like this because I told you earlier. It's like Tim Interviews Russell. So you know. It's a good little revisit to conversation at two great friends. It's just a little therapy session. Yeah what do you want to get it off your chest dog okay? Let me get something off my chest first of all. Let's go okay because you know we got we you know. We've done a lot of collaboration together. Right yeah I one being keep your head up Maoz when you were fifteen The Internet loved that I feel like the Internet. Kids really enjoyed that one. You know what I'm saying like so many like I remember like you have the little blank CDs on ebay. That was a firehouse. Do you feel that job? That was my first ever mix tape and I'll sell in this by it. I Like I was like Oh man. I'm good enough. I'm so good enough. He threw me on the on the album. This is nice really looked up to you and I still do with at the time being a fifteen year old kid who was like and I think I might have been thirteen or fourteen at that time I really was like. Oh Shit Timbale me on a fucking leave will be on the CD on Ebay this. I don't even remember how I came across your shit to be on. Ice Face is definitely my. We're just fucking rapping on my space. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think I did. I miss you you MRS me. I don't know who knows who knows but we were both agent and we made a song. Yeah we had the song fucking. I feel like the kids really loved. It was really like inspirational. And keep your head up tight ship and then on what else we did We did a bunch of remixes of different shed. Yeah Asian air the a the golden age too bright. And we'll get back to that what I say all that to say that we just dropped a new song recently. called homegirl. If you ain't heard go stream homegirl like actually Russell was like Yo I gotTa fucking Banger. You drop a verse on it. I said Hell Yeah. San Antonio is a hey we shot video videos fucking tight. I always felt like we had like so many remixes and we had so many songs that were very like parody like very yeah but in my head I was like man like Tim is just he really like if we were to do anything like again. I would at least want to have something like super like in the car like universally word and like I always knew that you'd be the type of due to be on those records to me like oh he's so like universal and his his you know what. I mean and his realm. That's the thing I I have. No problem with making fucking radio hits. Yeah you know what I'm saying is the right one fit to. It's a fun tracking the all that ass line like all that stuff it was like. Oh this is definitely a catered to Tim. And like dislike an homegirl. I always that title to to me was like. Oh Yeah. This is Debbie Elliot. Tim Rodber that's when I first had made it. I was like yeah we just gotTa send it to him because it works all the tracks. Have you done in the past like they're fun or they're either like he sent me? Some shit was it was called. It was called the re up where it was like. Yes super aggressive days. I real quick. Look we all get an older in these streets. 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Get fifteen percent off your order at by Reagan Dot com slash no chaser that's by Rais. Khan dot com slash no chaser for fifteen percent off. Ray Cons wireless ear buds by RECON DOT COM SLASH. No chaser you know. I just I really really think you're underrated in the rap space. So you know it's it's good to get the ball rolling with With you know good song thanks man you know Um and of course you know I feel like everybody in the whole world of Asian rappers. We always kind of even though you were the youngest one. We saw you as like you were the you will only like me that he's talented. You know what I'm saying. That boys talented. And that's why I think I remember I can live show was always up to your energy is crazy because I remember one time. We the first time I think it was like dumb was on a show with all of us because dumb didn't do a whole lot of those Asian shows until like maybe later into it and I remember dumb being like. Y'All I'm like I'm low key like expired by by prides so like fries live performance right now. He was like kind of inspired right. Now I wanna like step my live performance you know and and so yeah we go way back but we got this new song called homegirl and the and the music video you boys is cut near right now. And it's fucking I know it's Dope Shot Logan Shoutout to Logan Logan easier to money. And here's a day. And he came in the room and he was like Yo. I got an expert or right now if we just say look. Let me tell you something dog. That doesn't even matter. Because I can't even fucking upload right now go let me tell you. It's also potted dog. It's so dumb all right so I got a recent email from youtube saying we had to. We removed one or videos for sexual content or for sexual content or nudity right and it was a sketch. I did a couple years ago dog. There's no fucking nudity in it. It's a little sexual but nothing that's like Od Sexual. It's called It's called trick or treats taught trick or treat some shit like that. Chuck Schumer is a Halloween video right. Okay and the whole basis of the video is I invite two girls to my hotel room and I invited and it was Halloween. Themed Skate because they were both cost player. Girls like one girl I she. She was just incredible and like she. Her body is crazy and another girl guides dressed up as cammy from street fighter but no one was naked. And nothing got sexual. The most it happened was they. They were about to like put their. Booties like near me. And then fucking Rick with a gun in my mouth and robs me right. So that's the whole sketch right. And then so I get this email saying not only is this video removed but also you have a strike on your youtube channel. And you can't upload for seven days I so I fucking of course I appeal that shit and I write so youtube. I'm like there's no nudity here is barely sexual at at most right and then I see youtube teen youtube posts on twitter. That right now because of the fucking Rona because of the Rona that a lot of their people aren't working in the office so they're leaving everything to computers to basically just scan and remove videos like they're literally their little tweet was. Hey guys we know it's about to be hard for you right now because we got computers doing this shit. That's so because of that when I was Gonna go hard out browse about to upload a bunch of Shit on Youtube just because I knew people were home right now. I gotTa Fuck in my fucking Youtube Channel on quarantine. Dan Do so wait. What from now. When is that then? Let's see this should drop tomorrow Wednesday so I feel like I have maybe like another five days after that four days before I can upload anything else Dan which is annoying because they always want me to drop the video of the podcast of the same time as the audio but I'm not even allowed to him sorry. Rv and I can't it is what it is man. It is what it is but youtube but hey but when we do the video it was gonna be fucking tight. We got dough Baz visuals. I got sexy as home. Girls in it and Russell kills the hook I verse. I got like radio friendly but also heavy bars so A stream it and all that shit it's been doing really well on the streaming people out all the fans. Yeah like real light like one hundred thousand streams without any promo really and then he just dropped a new project is just like a million streams and a week right. Yeah Yeah you project. It's you know it just. It came out a month ago. And it's been my like most well received body of work ever Yeah funny enough because I was like super afraid of putting it out but It's it's called boy lonely ten songs and it's just like A. It's like a coming of age reconnection project about me growing up from boy to a man but still almost like expressing that. I'm just like a boy in a man's body okay. No no and I felt like a lot of my you know. A lot of music is super expressive. I DIDN'T WANNA go super literal in terms of just like explaining everything of my life so I just made it all kind of I kind of explained on the mood of like it's GonNa Sound so like music maker but sonically you know what I mean like when you hear the beats when you hear the the energy of each record you'll really here's yourself like Oh. He was going through this at this time. He's going through this at that time. It's a little story almost without having to be one from Mike. Track one at ten so I just kind of like I wanted to make something short and sweet for people to understand like yeah like I still rap. You know. I've I've kind of had it in my back pocket for a bit and I was singing. You know what I mean and I still. I have a passion for making music in general. Yeah you know but I really felt like this album. It was like let me get my rap off because I want to do everything right. And you also know you know you can relate to having to you know this supply and the demand of of a man with many skills right right. I want to do this. You WanNa do everything you WanNa. Yeah but people hold you to like how they see you one certain way. Yeah Yeah I was like you know what okay? I'll give them a rap album. Then they want the rap. I'll give them the right but I WANNA do it. My Way and yeah. That's what this album is all about and in that month I've just seen a lot of love on it. A lot of people really supporting it. homegirl coming out. Right Astor to like brought a lot of awareness to a good queue. Of course man. Look Man Look Man. We all team Bro. You know. I've always rooted for you. Dog Angst I always wanted you to win Bro. You know what I'm saying. 'cause we always thought you know like. I said man I mean look in the age of the Asian musician Youtuber right. I felt like there was a lot of us that were getting booked for shows because we were just Asian right and it was a beautiful time saying we were busy. We were fucking traveling the world. Yeah it was lit but then me and Rick would always talk about how not everybody. That was a part of that. Wave was necessarily dope. You feel me like we were just kind of talented though. Yeah Yeah but not not exactly but you knew who wasn't necessarily gonNA be around forever. You feel me like a lot of us were there. Because we were a part of this click right and I felt like you know I knew that you would you? Would you would like rise above the whole fucking just like stigma of it. As long as you kept making music I knew you would like yeah Be More than just the stick of like you know we just like this like the Pop Asian youtubers. You know what I'm saying Glad you kept grinding Umbro. You know what I'm saying. I feel like you know out of everybody. You also have just a really strong work ethic you know and I think that's why you me are still doing shit. Yeah lottery resilience. You know. It's like a again being in that. Like supply and demand thing of like you know you could fit yourself within so many avenues of so many different things but people expect one thing and it's hard you know when that one thing is making you a crazy bag and you're like Oh man. I could like just go do that. One thing and make this all this money but then there's that other side to really like. Nah But I do want to act and I do want to write this thing and I do want to do this and I do want to do this like okay. Fuck it. I'M GONNA like skip out on these like crazy bags and I'm GonNa just work on this because this is lifelong. Yeah that's what I've been pushing ever since you know that we've kind of died out and I pushed towards the industry just more so being within like the actual music industry like figuring things out you know taking you know rather doing all those shows like I was. I was coming out here. I was you know putting myself. I was putting myself into situations in New York and like wiggling my way into networking opportunities with my label at the time. And then you know when they were away. It was like myself doing it. Which is like you know this to like you do everything. Almost by yourself As as much as I do almost like a certain scale and it's like that is like so overwhelming it's like fucked overwhelming and leg. I Like I've never went to school. You know what I mean but I can somewhat relate to people when it comes to like that. Like studying for finals stuff Or like if it's like you know just like cramming a bunch of things and like you know having to do adderall and like study for like a bill. I don't do that but I can kind of relate to that like manic pressure of having to live up to a deadline almost sometimes. But I don't have any deadlines industry keeping me up to like you know what I mean keeping me at this workable speed of like Joe. There's there's always somebody being created every week So you have to like keep up. Yeah and in a way that was like a gift an occurs for me and I feel like you could probably say the same to just being in the industry and having to like try each time you know what I saw dishes falling on your ass like. Nobody really believes you know. But it's that resilience to kind of has pushed forward to know like I talked to. I I remember talking to Dave about you and it was like he told me sorry David So's who he's talking about. When he says Dave shout I remember talking to David so about you and he was like yeah he needs to star Zan. That's that's already like to me. At least that's already like fifty percent of the resilience. You're like yeah. I know what's going to happen. I mean and that's the thing it's like the thing about the Me Personally I don't know if this is how it goes for you but like I keep working regardless of how much I might fail. Whatever you consider failing but because I feel like I always. I know where I'm supposed to be so I feel like working because that's where I'm supposed to be so I if I stop now then. I won't get what I'm supposed to be. It's like this is what I'm supposed to be. Why wouldn't I keep going? You know I just. I just had like and not to say like a day. Job Is the worst thing in the world. It's really not it's not you know somebody really wise at least to my knowledge told me is just like some people cover this summer. Not then that doesn't make it a good or a bad thing you know you don't have to for people like us. We're always striving for more and and you don't necessarily have to do that right. There's nothing wrong with work. Having your job going doing nine five doing your thing and if you're happy with that that's cool like there's no shame. Yeah you feel I quit being that like fucking normal job guy because it's like every entertainer does that like they go fucking normal job now but like at the same time like you know a Lotta people need to build in this world. A lot of people need a paycheck. And you can't do that. You're almost like dissing people that actually like really need to go get a paycheck and I needed work day to day and feed themselves. It's not like you know. A lot of people aren't fortunate enough to have a certain path. Some people get dealt a really shitty hand. Yeah you know. So it's like that too is part of the the resilience almost being thankful in a way. So it's like Shit like I'm actually kind of dope like I should a little more thankful like fuck it. I'M GONNA stick it out for bid it's kind of like we feel like we owe it to not only ourselves but You know without sounding fucking like full myself. Oh it's like the universe to fulfill yes real real. Anybody says I g being fully yourself they just don't get it. Yeah they really don't and that's why like I literally got this test to the other day literally says misunderstood on it because I always so like teen angst but like for real though like I really feel like in that regard. It's like I'm always just like on this expectation of myself because I know how fucking great I know. Your potential is like yes so. It's like as many mistakes as I make like. I'm not a fuck up right in my head so I know like I'm always going to be better. I'm always going to be better like if I fucked up. Okay fine although fix it though like a lot of people don't understand that about me. I feel loved ones. That fucked up sometimes like in certain ways that might just get like lost in translation with certain people especially those that aren't in the entertainment industry. Yeah 'cause I were really always living up to expectations. If not the expectations of the people we make our product for our own. I was just GonNa Bring Author Syndrome. It's like am. I is really good as I think I was. Just GonNa and honestly I feel like it's a gift because it keeps us working but it's also a curse man because I've seen I've seen the Hamilton musical like four times. Right is really good. It's into her. Oh it's fucking door it's fucking dope and And but the thing that I relate to every time I watched that musical relate to Alexander Hamilton. So much as well as other just like people in time that And and asked myself this question. Sometimes it's like because there's this song where everyone is asking him like when he is GonNa be satisfied like is he ever going to be satisfied because he fucking has always constantly working and trying to get shit done he always feels like his job is never done and it gets them to the point where it almost kind of like. He's so looking to the next thing that he doesn't look around and realize how good he has it at the moment. San and like that's it. Yeah so I I always Kinda. I try to remind myself of like okay. Even though you're not satisfied yet with what you're doing and where you're at in life like don't forget to take a second and fucking absorb everything. Good all the blessings. Yeah you know because like it's it's easy to get caught up in the night. I gotTa do more. I got to do more. I got to do more because you know you know how much potential you have. Yeah but at the same time. I'm like okay. 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So's thing it was like. I just I urge to young people dislike. Don't try to get it to quick. I should burn you out. Hey man that's so funny that you say that Okay Fin your thought. No actually tell me your thought after. I tell you this thought because we always used to look at you. Young Deep Fried We used to be like man. Fucking de part is so talented. But he's he's so young you know. Yeah and back then. I used to say like you know when you're when you're fifteen year fucking freshman in high school. You're already feeling yourself right. So we were looking at low deprived and we were like man. Not only is he dope. But he's fifteen. He's filling himself. He has a hold like he's got signed and share like we used to be like what's going to happen too deep fried if he's feeling himself too much. You know what I'm saying because you were definitely popping like like you were you were dope and you were around you around a bunch of people who are actually also telling you were dope. Yeah almost like a little too much exactly so okay. What was your experience with that? Not to fully discredit the People. I was around. I always want to say that because I still very much like respect them very dearly and I'm actually very thankful there in my life but you know a lot of a lot of what I was taught was like this. Fuck everybody mentality. You're the greatest and like you need to understand that and that's how you're going to get to the top because the greats of the shooting. I'm I'm I mean all sit just 'cause I don't want to get it all over my face but I was around a Sherry people. Who would kind of like in a way? Unnecessarily trying to puff my ego up to make me do better But really like you know realizing it as a twenty six year old man I was incredibly anxious As a kid due to a lot of struggles in my life and dealing with my past in which I'm now seeing was very dark I came from a really dark upbringing. So having people almost like force this mantra of like you're the best in the world. You're fucking you gotta think like Michael Jackson. You have to fuck in. Nar like fuck like oh I loved Wiz Khalifa at the time and I love like Taylor gang and I want to wear shorts and Chuck's. I want to be a kid like I wanted to be a fan like that's I am now is like in a sense. They wouldn't let you wear shorts and jugs saw that it was like I wanted to do. All these things would be a fan of certain things and be like a kid and you know. Follow up the trends in you know. Be Up to date with my home for my neighborhood. You know what I mean like the new music they were listening to and I was a kid. I was in genuine kit. You were literally and I was just on again. I was just put onto this mantra of like fuck that you WANNA listen Nano. You're going to end up too much like Wiz like fuck that. Nah Fuck Whiz. Like you shouldn't listen to Wiz. Fuck that listen to you write about you okay like this is all about you right now. So like don't follow Blah and then it was like. Oh okay I I I guess not. Okay I kind of go along with this attitude that I'm supposed to have because these people are older than me so they understand a little better than me so okay. I'll listen know. Yeah but again it was just that little like anxious part of me where. I was like Shit I listen. I don't know and it was just like a lot of confusion because at the same time the underlying thing under all of this is I just WanNa make music You know and I don't want to be in high school and I just WanNa make sure that. My mom get your. I like literally witness. My mom go through like the craziest monash it. So it's like for a kid that age you just WanNa like. That's like me walking with my mom to the store and like she wants to get like you know just like a simple like forty dollars share in like you're just sitting there like man fucking kids my age got job like the fuck man. I'm just here like disappointing. Every single fucking wheat. I made a new song and it's on Youtube like it's like now like I need to. I really need a level the fuck up but when you're that young you think all right let me just go sign a contract and get on this level and so like so much is going in my head to that like amount of pressure that it was like okay. These people say that this overgrown superstar attitude like I'm the shit attitude is going to work that fuck it like. I gotTa do this. I guess I gotTa do this and you know on top of that. It's just like these repetitive. Dinners you do it. Philippe Chow the you know the the over and over again club nights that you're spending in Your Sixteen Bucks One oak and like it's like and this is like the golden era too. So it's like I'm like in the middle of so much but people are not understanding it was almost like I had to fake it till I made made it because like it was so much to fuck in. I'm seeing nozzle in front of me and I'm a fucking namedrop. That's so fuck man. I hate that shit but I imagine that like you're sixteen and it's just like Holy Shit and you don't know how to compute this and then you go home and this thing is told to you like Joe. Stay the same stay the same. See WanNa talk about it but you don't know how to do so then but then like all these people in your head like tell your the Shit you're the shit so you don't know how to say it but you're kind of hype so it's like so then it comes out wrong. I know what I mean. Fuck just moving so fast. I remember one time specifically a show in Vegas and this was this. Was I feel like you were this? Was that stage of your life. Yeah she was going good but it was like you were still a kid and I didn't get it and you didn't get it. Didn't noon news cool where you didn't get it and I remember you don't know about you don't know this. You probably remember this but we were like we were all pulling up to some to the venue for some show. We're doing in Vegas and you're like you like do. Yeah now like they just came and picked me up in a Bentley right now and I like what the fuck like. Okay okay. Cool man really. We're like okay. Who Cares Deep Fried nor cares about your fucking but the thing was at the time. I didn't know how to Die Jesse right exactly because you were. You were young. You were youngest in my family like or respect to my family but like Bra. I didn't grow up with this shit. It was weird and it was presented to me like you should be feeling yourself. You should be Blah Blah Blah. So I'm like okay and again like this is awesome my doing too because it's also the way I handled it. Yeah so I'm not all the way like you know what I'm saying. I'm not all the way I totally understand myself. But I'm not all the way like you know. Like what point do you feel like your family kind of realized that Shit was like official? You know what I'm saying where it wasn't just like Little Russel was making songs youtube anymore where it was like. Okay this this this is this is something legit surprisingly my family in which I'm actually like super thankful for my family always took me seriously. Okay always like of course like in the beginning stages you know you tell your mom you wanna rap. Yeah it's like weird you know what I mean. And she was like in a way she was like. Okay let's see but did they know nope. They were like traditional parents. So it's like you know when dope was at the time but and it's this thing that almost like every girl tells me it's just that passionate in my eyes to go do. It was like everything to them. They're like whether he sucks or not. He's not crying. He's crying about his dad and he's not he's not out there trying to kill himself like he's. Kinda likes this thing like let's see where it goes because like and then and then them seeing you know this. I'm like just reaching five foot three and I'm in the middle of like all these open. Mics you know my mom seeing photos of me like in the hood with like a bunch of gun pack and rappers and doing open mics and my mom's like this tension in a room that he's just cutting through is like all off this passion he has so it was like I just. I always knew I was going to be dope. Yeah I just around people that didn't understand how to hinder that dope nece But you know I'm I'm just like I'm forever. Happy that my family understood that. Like aside from them being my family over there which. I still consider them family. I love them with all my heart. My family always was like Y- oh he's he's onto something Regardless on something fuck it you know man is thankful and we. We still here. Bro. We still here. You know what I'm saying like we are twenty six now that means When we first did that I wanNA gather that was eleven years ago That's and that's a long fucking time. I remember the first time I met you in real life. I think we're in New York and We met up by the fuck ends. The Red Stares at square. Yeah and I had no idea you were taller than me. I always thought like either my height or shorter than me and I met you realize like what the fuck this is weird. Yeah Dude and it's crazy. How like just at the time to you like regardless of all because again like we were talking about as like this kid around so much shit like I'm around somebody celebrities and I'm doing all this fucking is all these child stars. Shit but meeting you is like Holy Shit like Oh my God dude told me WanNa clear is. It's fucking him. I was like no way like it's funny. 'cause Logan's in there right now. I wonder Logan is Logan. Logan said the same thing when he met you. It was hilarious. 'cause I really relate to that like almost like it's cool because I feel like we're both on that level where it's like just mentally where we were not aware of the impact we really made. Yeah but it's really inspiring to just see like people you know if there was ever a message about anything you know like with you with you. It's like if there was ever anybody to spread the message of sexual awareness and and all that stuff a young kids it was. You were definitely the best candidate. I mean that's it. I was trying to do it. Not only for young people but for Young Asians you know because I felt like a lot of Asian kids back then had nobody to look to for advice on Shit like that. And if we're being honest in my eyes they still don't right you know in in a way it's like. I meet so many Asian Kit and I actually wanted to talk about this somewhat today but I just see a lot of Asian kids like I'll speak discern like just like in passing you know I'll be social situation in somebody would just kill you like there'll be like yell man. You have so many tattoos like Yeoman. That's sick and be like thank you man like you know that's like. I love when people at least adore the army because I feel I look like a fuck in you know like elementary school bathroom but like when people really tell me a dude like you know. That looks really cool. I like yeah. I'm a nod that often be like. Yeah thank you but this guy also followed it up with like yeah man. I wish I could do that. Shit man you know. It's just I'm Asian. Sinoe is like a look a little try hard. And you know what I'm saying like Blah Blah Blah and. I'm like just go do it like what do you WanNa get like? Yeah I want to get my family Blah Blah Blah fucking get. Is Your family man. If anybody said like fuck that man like he was not a poser if you WANNA represent yourself and expresses himself artistically if anything it's GONNA look try hard if you do it in a try hardy way. Yeah like if you own it than you're not trying you're doing it. Yeah and also like the hair thing like I know a lot of Asian males like do the whole like how can I style my hair? Because like I have straight Asian hair blah blah. And then do you do whatever you want right like really do whatever you want like go go perm your head go fucking throw a bunch of blonde hair as me. You're in Asia for like everybody does it. So it's just like you're not try hard. You're not this year. Not that like you should go out there and speak to girls as much as the rest of them saying chill out and I and you know with all that being said I think like you are a good embodiment of that confidence in Asian men to like actually be like and again. We know the reality now also. I know the reality is like you're sure you're Asian you that and it's like you still kind of power through again. It's that resilience that's the thing about. It brought US thing about is like yes I'm sure and yes Asian man and But I always like an dues will ask me that. They always used to ask me like Bro. How are you so confident? Where do you get it from where anything that comes from by the way? Because I've I've actually as again and I've grown up solely like I've grown up off your content a lot like I've actually listened to so much of the advice from the daily. Get as a kid and stuff like that says like actually. I'm an and I don't mean to be one of those kids. I kind of already in a sense. No but I also do want to know in depth like what that's like. How did you find that you've always been like that to me? Yeah you know and I feel like I've found somewhat not a new confidence but like a good like research confidence. I've built myself up to but I see that you've always kind of had it yourself like you've always had that like ever since I've watched the first video it was always like this. I self awareness. That was always brought. Yeah well you know what man like. No I never really thought about this until I went on On Nigga he goes podcast. 'cause like I always was a confident person and I never really put in any thought as to why And like for the longest time you know I would always tell myself like what was the point like there was no point in being worried about what other people thought of me when I was just trying to like. Just get the most out of like what I wanted in life. You know saying like whether that be like going after a part I wanted in a musical in school or like going out to a girl I thought was super bad like I never would look at a girl and be like I. Uh She's out of my league or whatever or like two sorts of play this part or whatever like that and but I never thought about why felt that way. You know what I'm saying. Yeah and so be honest man I just I think like I just had a really like I had my parents really gas me up then. I think my parents always told me. Land like supported my ideas like creatively and like they never told me like any weird idea I had was stupid. You know what I'm saying like especially for an Asian Kid. I had parents that. Were very encouraging of any creative shit. I wanted to do any weird ideas I had. They would always like play with me when I had fucking weird ideas and my mom always told me I was cute. Yeah and I think like all of that really kind of helped me build confidence. I felt like y'all I'm fucking. I got good ideas. I'm cute. Who the fuck cares what anybody else's GonNa tell me or what other people think of me. Like if I see a bad chick that I want. I'm going to go after it if I or her not like. I'M GONNA go after her if I if I see something that I want. I'm trying to get it because like us though I'm I'm GonNa get you know insane and And I just like really I mean even I remember being a little kid and and the janitor M. I. Elementary School like was like you. You walk a like a big man and shit. I don't know I just. I always who I were. You really do though is she. Is your friend you do right. And I think that that's like almost inspiring just as a person doing what we do and looking what we look like. It's always good to look. You know to your side and almost see that somebody is as strong as you want to be at your lowest. You know what I mean and there are so many times at my lowest after that Asia near where I was like Faulk Dude like I'm popping right now. Yeah but financially. I'm not doing well. I don't know what to do but then like almost like for example like seeing how many how much contact you you always pump out and even when you're just like you and evidently are not feeling that you're just putting out shit and it's still like hitting because again like you just love this shit so much right so it you know as as somebody that always gets very like knock confidence sometimes cool to see like a colleague or like a peer of mine. You know always kind of have that resilient work effort and it's like from podcast to doing a food show doing all that it's it's actually quite admirable man. I don't know I feel like you know in some ways it's like you're almost setting the tone for. It's almost like just being how I'm trying to figure out like a good example for it but just like I don't know if I were to create like an entertainment. Mount Rushmore right now. You've probably like Asian Entertainment Mount Rushmore. I would put you in that. Just because like gear that generation. Thanks man. Do you ever feel that way. I not like trying to puff. Your no yes. Ideally were feel that way. I feel the way also I feel like I like people are still sleep. I feel like I feel that way and also I don't respect you filming because I feel like every single Asian person I talked to and or and or people that are affiliated. Have an Asian friend. Always tell me they know you like. There's never been one person. That's like yeah. I don't know that guy no like you've you've represented in a great way. I feel like I feel like like if in the next couple years like is going to be so different with the Aquafina and people really really doing great shit. I think you're one of those people to that. Will that will rise along with that. I think I think I think next year is going to be a good year for both of us. Bro. And I'm not saying thanks so I think so. I think so. I'M NOT GONNA see this year because this year's rough but I think this is. There's been a bit rough actually walked into this podcast off a bad day. You look. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'M NOT GONNA lie I know. I'm like super positively and shit and super hardworking positively. Keep your head up. Don't let don't let motherfuckers hold you down type. Shit while the fuck the look the last couple weeks dog. Aside the whole Coronas Shit the last couple of weeks were low key rough for me to you. Know what I'm saying and you know and I say that to say I mean people people looking in and they think I'm always I'm always happy and look for the most part. I am a happy person. I'm not one of these comedians or just like happy people that is putting on a front. I'm genuinely in a good place. Ninety percent of the time right but I also do some some some bullshit as well you know. I was deal with that dilemma of like 'cause I don't ever WanNa be that dude that has to fake like I'm happy all the time. I think people feel that way. Because I'm very smiley very joyous. And he's quite like I am that guy you know what I mean but at the same time it's like I never like I know that I'm emotionally shit. I am the most emotional person and that's okay did. Yeah I'm trying to be in terms of that like especially like my love life. I'm like really trying to be like keep on terms with that because I know that a lot of a lot of women don't like to anxious of a guy I'm fucking anxious is shit dude. I have the worst case of anxiety like ever myself just to myself like like to my degree. I'm like faulk wine so anxious but I know people have it worse. Yeah but like for me I just. It's like it's the fucking worst but you've got to keep you got to keep a balance Bro. You know what I'm saying. It's all about balance like I. I'm very emotional person as well all right but I learned a long time ago especially with women that like. I can't always do that. You fill me because they'll tell you they want a sensitive guy but then you give them a fucking realized sensitive guy and they don't like respect. Yeah I always give it like a to panic attack rule. They always leave after my second panic attack. Is that what it is Yemen like? I really do have a dark past you know and like a lot of it has to deal with how things were like after my my pops like left in my step hops but my mom was like very. She loved me a lot. You know but I still grew up under somewhat of a tense household having to deal with a lot of adjustment a lot of moving around and then getting into the music industry just having so many expectations towards me to the point where like it was just so like it was so much on me and I get very overwhelmed so you know. A lot of women love my resilience a lot of women. I'm very aware of this. You know like I hate to be that. Got To talk about himself so much. But I'm incredibly aware of what people about me and like a lot of them like my passion to do things and a lot of them like my work ethic and how how much I love what I do and how much I love myself in you know in terms of what I because of like eighty five percent work ethic. You know what I'm saying and it's just they see that as a great thing but then like you know there's that side of me where I'm you know I. There's a lot of dark shit in my life that I'm still like it's not like I'm trying to gist. No I mean you can actually work like I'm currently like I currently undergo therapy like every week. Good I I go to therapy once or twice a week. Good Oh and that's my pass is really off my passes off. You know I also WanNa lay kind of deflate my ego. I've been trying to do that the best way. I can't be like you being eagles to bigger news. I I've always felt like but not like I won't say like oh I like that right now. I'm just very aware that you know from what I've digested as a person. I know that I can come off quite and again to preface this. I don't give a fuck about what anybody thinks but at the same time for people I love. I never want them to think that I am trying to put on something just so I can satisfy them. No my level is like level always satisfy me and I'm just talking about things but it's like I like to go to therapy to almost flush every thought out of my mind that what I'm doing is almost better than everybody else right. And just taking it as this is life. Yeah these are the people and things are going to meet and do so I was just going to say I feel like I feel like if any reason you would come off. Egotistical is because I know that you were just a very analytical dude. You know what I'm saying. You like to analyze yourself and because of that you like to just talk about that. Not that you like talking about yourself you just kind of like to express these thoughts about yourself and then you know to somebody who doesn't know you. It might seem like you just like talking about yourself. A really Eh. You're working shit out really 'em you know and again. It's because of just such a weird dark past. I've had You know and I think for anybody that feels like they are doing that too much to me. I don't ever feel like anybody's doing that too much. Because on my I understand man like you come from silence. I come from silence life layup. Shut up you don't know Shit So it was like when I do the Florida Talk. I'm like I know she. I know she it over again therapies for me to go to and be like oh. I don't really know everything But I will say you know in terms of just you know relationships my love life people I love. I noticed that second panic attack is up. He's crazy I'm out you know. And it's quiet. Heartbreaking is something. I'm still trying to work with. I don't like medication. I don't you know I'm not with that what you do row stop. Having panic attacks go. That's literally where everybody tells me on. Like Shit on Simmons sensitive ship people. Just go like one of my first liking Zionists acts like I remember like this girl friends with a girlfriend of mine at the time. It was just like you in your stupid fucking attacks like nobody likes that really. And it's like Dat almost made me feel like an alien away So it was like it. Kind of broke me for years But again like I know you have a lot of young people that listen in so for any young person that listens in you know you're not defined by that and it's like it's it's a condition that you have and it sucks but like you're GonNa you're GonNa get through it just as much as I have. Don't ever feel like you're alienated away from other kids or other people like that's that's honestly one of my biggest insecurities feel needed because of your like. Yeah because I'm like this fucking like nervous wreck all the time. So it's like I'm always like fuck like I wish. My mom is alive and well which you know what I mean. I'm always like that like inside and it's like when when women find that out it's like okay. I take care of his body. He's talented. He's this he's that but I don't like the nervous tick thing and it's like I don't like the crying at two. Am and I don't like the waking up and all of a sudden you just feel really sad and it's like all. This isn't to say that I'm fucking crazy. It's just like I'm with all this it's like I'm building upon it and I'm trying my best after twenty six years. I'm trying my best going somewhere weekly to like really really good figure it out. I think again like I was saying earlier in a way that is misunderstood because people always you know when they see string of crazy events they think your loss 'cause they think of this third they don't understand the real progression you WanNa make upon it. Yeah but I'm still resilient. We feel like You know for you after twenty six years. You know. I think it's it's dope that you Can acknowledge the shit you go through. And because I'm like I said I've known for a long time so I kinda like I was always not like I wouldn't say I was like worried about you but I definitely look at young you and see that you know you were kind of tossed into this world right and it's like you were still mad young and of course there's a lot of pressure to perform and make hits. You know what I'm saying. You were signed with deal and shit. What's like a lot of pressure that comes with that and I was always kind of like man you know and and and the beginning as well you know. It's a little better now but it's difficult to like. How do you market a young Asian rapper? You know what I'm saying. I had to take a lot of the heat before anybody. Yes I re- I will say that and I remember you know what I'm saying you went through a lot of different phases in terms of like just like how you looked at how you were marketing. You know what I'm saying so it was like I. I realized for you as somebody when you're that young. You're still really trying to figure out who you even are right. So now it's like back then. It's like you kind of have to not only put out a certain image but you gotta use this image to sell records. So it's like I knew for you like I was always one like I. I hope he. I hope he's okay. You know what I'm saying. Yeah I tried to be really did there is A. There's a part of me that really really did yeah like I just didn't really have the foundation to do it. You know when everybody's older than you and when everybody has money and you have very few like you know very little to leverage yourself with. It's like you just kinda submit to it. The people around you teach you know and I. I was very impressionable. My Therapist always tells me that to get into like this. This very beat myself up mood and she's like Russell you're impressionable. You know you're not not understanding this and and I'm still trying to understand that Till this day I am. I encourage anybody to still try to you. Know if they did have fucking shady past like always try to understand that about yourself because we tend to and we say just people in general that have demons. You tend to beat yourself up all the time about them. It's the worst very common. Yeah Demons Man. Yeah we're all trying to get better learn. It just comes with understanding. I think that's another thing too that I've I've kind of embarked on since you know. My therapy resurgence just living living with understanding. Because I never used to do that. I was trying to be something in the music industry for so long That I wasn't living with understanding people and I think too like it again. Ruling that to like just how generations are and how instagram is. And how everything is like. Nobody's growing with a sense of understanding. These get lit A. You're not even dating. They only see they only see the end product. You know what I'm saying. The glamorous shit they don't they don't recognize the journey. You feel. Yeah and I feel like you understand. You know more than anyone as well like I always tell. People like yeah. I've been doing this Youtube Shit and just entertainment shit for like like I got on Youtube in six. So it'd be like fourteen years and I feel like I'm just beginning to really get my foot in the door of what I WANNA do. Yes and I'm really just beginning to get in the auditions of like what I want auditioned for and see like that. So it's like people don't realize you know and when we talk about perseverance and and and work ethic it's like you know Fox there's a million talented people but like if you aren't working hard to You know y recognize your potential and really like put in the work. It's like it's it's it's it's pointless you know. Yemen. That's why like I just I stick to that now what I am thankful for. You know if what you're saying is like you know out of a dark and troubled industry past. I've learned that I've inherited an incredible fucking worth at work ethic and I've seen it all so is like and I kinda want you to share yours but I have this final plan of just being gone like away like not on no shit where I'm like. Peace guys like fuck on some Dave Chapelle but on some like I just want to put good stuff out. Yeah I want to be out here like watch. I don't want to be out here. Yeah there is like this point in time in my life where I got back to Toronto and I had nothing literally had like absolutely fucking nothing and the times are at nothing after having everything I figured out the value of things and I just saw pieces like my biggest value. I should keep so like I. WanNa be peaceful. Yeah oddly enough like recently and I don't know if this is my depression talking sometimes but I sometimes feel like I'm never gonNa kids like I feel like that's like the only thing right now that I'm like willing to stay alive. Do you want kids? I do. It's like the only like one of the only at my like most depressing times. The only reason why I still kinda choose to be around You'll have clean yet is just like. I don't know if I do. It'd be great. You know I think that's like it's something that would keep me around. I think having a kid it'd just be like okay. You have you have a purpose again. You know besides entertaining people random groupies dog and see what happens. Yeah I guess I mean you know I think I think I think I mean I. I have like a lot of shitty feelings about my future when it comes to that side because I never really seen stable side of life like I've always been an outsider to that has been like the go over to a friend's house and like everybody's family is like so like you're like Oh shit like not that you don't like family but it's like yeah. Oh I this is how you guys do like then you start questioning yourself and your values and how things go and then like you know you grow up and again like here in adult and you start. Seeing like childhood is everything. It's like I told you I. Holy Fuck in the way I feel about life is Kinda all goes back to the how. My parents support handsome great. I've never met your parents by the way next time. You're out here make some. You're here next time you're out here. We're going coming over for dinner right. Jeff I'm like I'm not even like usually it's like we try to work. You know what I'm saying last time you're here. We SAT AMUSE VIDEO. Does sound we've got you on the PODCAST next coming over fucking dinner down a down some Taifu. Yeah definitely yeah man but I will say out of everything I you know. 'cause I do want to come to a conclusion because it's so like over the place leave. It doesn't even need conclusion. What if you want it? Yeah I want to take care of myself. I want to see how long ago good you know. I that a lot of fucking playful thoughts with like getting out of here. I know you have really even a couple of weeks ago I did. I'm not I mean I know you know why fucking I'm worried about you. You did tax me tax to me. He texted me checked on. I did checked on me because I know you. It's just being in like a and that's been going on thirteen. I know so. It's like Yeah Man. I have this little thing in me that just like I should keep going. You should bro. You could cater something you now. Look Man Ribbit fucking cool stick around og. Ignore your stupid thoughts stick around. I'm trying to look look. We have dog. We're just getting started in this shape. Rob I love The Sun. Setting as we're talking. I know it's romance. Look stick around dog because we're just getting started okay. We like so much that we're still going to do and aside from the the career shit we're GONNA fucking have like babies My kids are GonNa to play with your kids. All right down or we're GONNA make hits and and then we're going to just like we're going to go on. You'RE GONNA COME EAT Thai food at my family's house all right so you know. Stick around dog and fucking like you know. Feel free to text me whenever you have stupid thoughts again all right. I have funny thoughts like again like what I was saying about. You know I wanNA know yours because you're so interesting to me as a person but I like my final thing is literally like being away and probably like or something and just fuck in Studio. You know. Good little contact. He's still around like my managers and stuff put Out Music. Still be in touch with the people How my little fucking big ASS dog? I want a little big ass like a nice little mini Husky and then like my cat and just like literally always just if I want to say some I wanNA say some good and I want people to like really understand that like. I'm just really trying to take time for me because I like a lot of my idols did that and I feel like that's a lot of not being in the mix is like very good for you you know partially in the mixes like that's kind of like. I kind of fucked with the way you operate things. 'cause you're like partially in the mix like you do the industry stuff but also you don't because you're you keep a good. You know I keep my distance but I also. I'm also a minute because I need to be a little bit. Exactly we all do you know but again like you know within keeping my piece. I think I've such a tense life that that's my end goal but I wanNA know Tim's angle your eye and again prefacing this like I always look to you. Is that dude with such incredible intentions. And I know that you've you've been married. You have a great incredible home what I feel like. You're not done yet. And my eyes in my thoughts as a friend. I feel like you're not done yet. Here's the thing I I definitely don't feel like I'm done I am. I have a lot more than I. I WANNA accomplish right I it. Career wise But also not going to lie like getting married and Shit will really kind of Alter your perspective a little bit because in what way I in this way in that I felt like there was a time where I felt like my priority is getting all my goals accomplished right and then and then you know when when I got married and then I kind of I really realized I'm like wow I'm really happy with this person and then kind of like when not that. Not that like we ever not. I mean she ever got to like. Oh like we're about to break up or anything but definitely like there was a thought where I was like. I would trade all this like all the fucking fame shit for sure just to fuck in make sure mean Shia. Were good if it came down to it. You know what I'm saying. So it was like priority. I mean yeah and it was like some shit. I never thought of before where it was like. This person really does make me happy. So it's like everything else is kind of irrelevant. You feel me so it was like so where where originally the endgame was like. LemMe Fuck and be popping. You know where I was like. I really wanted to just be Like remembered you know Leave a legacy behind like I really you know. And that's still is the goal. I WANNA BE I WANNA be remembered. You know what I'm saying. I WANNA leave like fucking legacy like I want people to like you know light candles on the on the anniversary of my death and shit like that too. And it's so weird that's bad day conversation Because it's like you tell somebody that and then they're like I don't know it's not not putting death now I just want to fucking be great. Somebody that's down to talk about death with Uber and actually I love talking about death dog. I talked about it all the time. I I think I like horrified people. I've been around it so much so it's not like I'm like oh I'm numb to it but it's like I is loose to me you know. It's like I've I've gotten over debts. I'm still I'm still dealing with one right at right but that's just funny. You said that is crazy because I also do feel the same like I hear the same thing when people talk about like having a kid like once you have a kid is out the window. It's like that kid is like the main priority. That's cool to hear. I mean it's obvious to it was like you know I. I definitely have some babies but you know and not that not that. My goals of my career are are have have dissipated anyways. I'm Dan still trying to like. I WANNA be fucking like I WANNA I WANNA be somebody that people look back on like. Oh like a on some legendary shit. Yeah I'm saying that's the goal but like also leads. You got that support system. That's just so irreplaceable Arowana. But also like you know it's like at the end of the day at the end of the day if as just me and wifey chilling. I'd be happy with that too. You know what I'm saying. Yeah that's actually simple life thing I'm dealing with right now like just kind of seeing like I kind of gave it some thought the other day I always analyze myself and like what Fox me up as a man in like what really fucking gets to me and I noticed that I just have this pattern with like women were like I. I always want to make my girl proud like because I don't have my mom here and I was like my thing with my mom like jarred paint a bunch of fucking stupid things on a thing and is not look right now. I was at and gradually. My mom look turned into like mom. Look I sold out a show of MOM. Look I'm doing this. I'm doing that. And then my mom died and then it was and I didn't get to get to like the the complete like holding a grammy being like mom. Look so I have this like shitty compensation depression upon myself. Oh like you feel like you didn't do enough. Yes I try to do that with my with women. I all the fucking time but I wish your mom is. Pratt was proud of you is proud of you. Yeah it's still a big thing I deal with though like regardless of however many people Proud of you and all that it's just it's still shitting. This is still brought upon you now. I had so much more to do. You know so. It's like the women. I mean it's always like I always want to make him proud. I'm always like the fucking super like give me a chance. Man Just fucking trying man. I'm not good at this Russell. Just take your Dick out. God His fucking sucks. It sucks because like like the goods like all that comes along with it for it sucks like I just you know is the good Dick Problems and like just you know they come with a bit of emotion you know like it just. It comes with a lot of emotion but that's also why like China would get out of the dating World Malone not all the ladies WanNa know now curious minds WanNa know. I'm very I'm working on me. Good that such like a mid twenties. It's fact I really am. I trying to repair myself honestly. I'm like handed still rehabilitate. You can't fully give yourself to someone unless you are one whole person yourself bro. Yes what I try to fuck in preach. Yeah I'm trying. I think they're always be my little bit inside demons me but there will be somebody to understand that you know. I. I I long for that in this again like also relating it to the conversation. We're having I I. I really admire that a you. It's almost like this big understanding of like knowing what you're doing and also knowing what comes with it you know allies frustration a lot of these bad weeks so you've been having recently and like a lot of that stuff. I just hope that I find somebody. That's on that level because you will look at you and the little. I'm almost ten years older than you talk you at time you good. I'm overnight. Doom in a lot of a lot of things point towards me not But I'm trying again and it won't be good man. I'm trying hard. I'm trying to find love. You're GONNA find success. You're gonNA have kids yet. I WANNA find success. I though yes because along with that I do feel like I will find the mental clarity to bring myself forward. You'RE GONNA find clarity. You're GONNA find success. You're GONNA find yourself you're gonNA find love. I WANNA along with all this though. I wanted to be like as a dad. And you're like how I always think you're going to be like the title like the coolest data ever. I hope so I think. How do you think you're going to be as I think I won't be fucking dope? I think I'm going to be. We'RE NOT GONNA lie to you. Hold babies and shit like do you like. I've held babies. I don't know like I don't know the exact way to hold a banner. No the exact weight baby. That's how I know I'm GonNa Buck. I've never changed the diaper my life dazzle like it's but I've only done it once and I'm like oh I don't know I do know that I'm GonNa be cool parent and she is going to be strict parent. You know what I'm saying. I'm definitely going to be like maybe ask Dad. Yeah like I ask them all. See what does your mom say. I say whatever you know what I'm saying but you know we'll we'll see man time will tell you'll definitely see in the blogs you know like. I get these log views up so probably GonNa get her pregnant sometime. Who knows alone marriage? The I know that this is a very general question. Yeah But how does how does that? How does what's that make you feel after all the years of being just you to like having to fifty fifty it with somebody now? You know what I'm not not finance just life. Here's the thing. Here's the thing Sharing your life with someone. Because that's that's something I think about a lot. I'll tell you this right now. Here's been the biggest challenge right. I'm GonNa tell you I'm GonNa tell you the easiest part and the hardest part because I haven't talked about this anywhere yet The easiest part for for me and she and getting married is that You know we were me being an only child and loving my own alone and her also loving her own alone. Time Yeah It helped in our marriage from being long distance for so long to being married because it was never an issue when someone needs to be like. Hey I need my alone time I need to be in. This side of the room was ever was that ever acknowledged yes. It was one time and I got salty about it and then I realized I was tripping because okay one time I'll stay at her place for like a few weeks and then I kept trying to be all in her shit because I was used to making the most out of our time as long distance couple but after a couple of weeks she was kind of like. Hey Babe can you just let me like fucking? Do my makeup piece. You know what I'm saying and at first I was a little salty but then I realized why am I tripping for I love my own loans. My Love my routine. This is why we function so well together right so in turn That helped us as a married couple. Because you know a lot of people I feel like when moving together for the first time they don't They don't know what their boundaries are. So they're kind of stepping all over each other shit. They get annoyed with each other. They get sick of each other but we after being long distance we realize when someone needs their time they need. The time is not an issue right so that really helped us functioned together. Here's where became an Where where there's Challenges is that. I'm an only child right. My whole life and Had My own shit and then lived by myself for like five six years. The challenges in the marriage would be when she is like. Why wouldn't you tell me about this? Or why wouldn't you let me know about this certain situation? You know what I'm saying. She's like Yo word team now. You know what I'm saying and I was so used to just doing shit impulsively Doing Shit on my own. Not Having to worry about What anybody else thought I would. Just you know by random shit make random decisions and she would come across these purchases or decisions and be like dude like you gotTa let me know. You know what I'm saying. Are you hiding from me? And I'm like I'm not trying to hide shit. I just I'm not used to having the let someone else on my decisions. You filming so that was the only issue like we really come across. 'cause come in from never having a share anything you'd like to this is all. This is what I'm doing with my life now and it's not necessarily ever a bad thing because you're just letting somebody be aware of the activity on you are around them that much. It's not like I was hiding shit it was. I didn't know I was supposed to share. It feels yeah. Yeah so that's something. We're coming up on our second year of marriage now. We're I'm really fully now beginning to realize okay. We are a partnership and I got a really kind of fill her in. You know saying where team in his ship but Yeah Matt Nice. I like hearing that perspective. It's I'm learning to dog. Nice I I'm always fascinated. With unconditional love. That's like something super just like. I also grew with my Stepdad. Like being really love my mom and like it was really. That was like my kind of first taste of seeing that whole til death. Do US part Shit. My stepdad is literally my mom's death bed not Mike O. S. love. You know so. I've held myself to like that standard time. You know like I went out I did some fucking great Khalil and it's not like I'm like I'm at this grown position where I'm like. Oh I want to settle down. It's none of that but I am. I do like to play an also think of the thought. The thought of like dislike an unconditional situation. Because I think that after past I've had that it'd be great thing you know to. Kinda lean on somebody and be like hey been do shit. A kind of just needs it except me through it. But it's always great here in those perspectives cousins dog. I is not even that though is like I. Just don't WANNA I don't WANNA settle. Yeah good good. Yeah I want to either. Don't settle that's where people fuck up. I'm like I'm very. I'm always like that too. Like I hate fucking saddling. So it's like I always encouraged to like my friends. And she like don't fucking settled because if it's not all the way like I want it. It's never going to be the next thing you know. They're in a marriage three kids with a busy. They don't even like yeah and be a man or woman is what I'm saying. I'm really not trying to do that but again. It's just like these family values. I've always kind of like I don't know I've just instilled in my just to just to look at my pass and being like I don't want I want my family and ended up like this to my family. Just I want this differently and I want to do this differently and I want to do this differently figuring that all out now. Did you ever figure that out at twenty six? What part just like what was twenty six like for you in terms of realizations him and twenty six. Everybody by the way tells me twenty six is like all the realizes little. I'm like I don't think so but okay. It's Kinda hard to gauge. I'd have to look back on my blogs and see where I was its lobby got really honestly like I want a time line of my life. I got back on the blog. I'd say fuck memories virtual. That would've meant I was like six years into Youtube. Shit which means it was. It was pretty great. Let's see we hold on my now. A man I I don't know man. I don't know I'd have to check my blog and look Twenty six shit. I say this all my all my odd years when my ears. Twenty five twenty seven. Twenty nine yeah. Those were my favorite years. I'm approaching twenty seven and I'm so rain. Let me tell you dog. If it goes away my life went. Your audience is going to be lit and look and look even this year. This year is one of my even years. And it's fucking rough really cheesy shit but not fucking rough low key rough true because okay to be fair and honest. None of my years have been really rough. Okay I've am. It's been good for me this like this literally night and this year. The past couple weeks is stupid couple of weeks. Yea but it's like the beginning of the year Sarah almost like defining a psyche as I told my mom that my that next year is supposed to be my most popping year of like my life. Your mom went to a full on psychic trying to get massages from this lady in Thailand. Who was also a psychic and this is what the psychic thome on that next year of my life is supposed to be the most popular so which is why like looking on this year. I'm like Oh she's low key rough. I feel like okay. This is the reset the calm before the storm. Exactly so I'm ready for a dog for you and me dog. Yeah Man I'm trying I think Funny enough like I just think like all of what I been through his all gonna add up because it is you know if if I popped off at that time you saw me. You've been such an annoying asshole and have been you off so much San. Oh dog you would have been a little you would have had if I would drugs. Where at that time? Oh my father view popped off back when we thought you were GONNA pop off it like seventeen. You would have been such a little ship off all the drugs. I would have been fucking Zanny doubt cause that shit was just fucking stress. You would've had like three scan all those tours by the way I was like by myself like I had to use a house. Dj Literally us by myself. And all those. Oh right word I think everybody had people with. I had nobody with me by the way nobody traveled with me like even when I went to Australia. Nobody traveling. I imagine having a fucking having to do all that shit alone like so. I'm now realizing like even like my therapists have to be like are you. Are you listening to yourself? Talk about wiggles along. Yeah misselling Shutout wiggles. Yeah it's so crazy how you know that far too. Oh you good sucks I mean like Oh like you know. I wish I had somebody with me. I wish I had to rick with me. Because that's cool is like you have somebody that grew up with you. That kind of like knows you. So it's like whatever happens as you're digesting it. They are too so. It's like somebody outside to tell you. Sometimes I wish I did have a rigorous definitely been there to keep me in check because I wish rick was here. I know I know next time next time next time. I'm like I'm really sad. I couldn't get the full cast but at the same time. I'm like very happy that I kind of this was pleasant. He GonNa really like. We always have very in depth conversation. We do here. You know it's like it's Kinda hard to not do that when we're just chopping it up. Yeah Man I And also your hair reminds me of Willy. Wonka right now I like it does it am I what do I look like? You're looking Willy Wonka status. I'm feeling funny enough to like I'm feeling very like me. Really good is weird like I. I like having big poofy hair. I like I've beginning I've I've been in this whole like hey and everything is everything is looking good with the perm. Is that what you're saying? You should what you do with your hair by the way I don't know I don't know man we'll see you just in that. Kinda mode you get the fade and I put it in. How is it like having that whole like 'cause that's where I'm trying to go like I'm trying to not like like just like I'm trying to like fuck and grow it? Yeah I think I'm going to be on some grown down on nipples before my wedding Ri. Why did you cut it off? I saved it off because I didn't want to have a man Bun for the wedding. That was literally really. That's all yeah I was like I shaved it off Going into two thousand eighteen the year I got married and I was like. I'm just going to shave because remember it was down to my nips. You know what I'm saying. I shaved it off and I grew it out until my wedding. And that's why you saw it at the wedding two thousand eighteen. Yeah Bro the fact that I went to Your Wedding Fox. Of course of course thank you for inviting. Of course brawl thank you. None of the wall and people are at my wedding and people always like why within a while people. I'm like well first of all if I had to invite one I feel like I had it all of them. You feel me weird. That was a really cool adding. By the way I was the FA- I love that wedding so much. I had so much fun. I almost want to throw another wedding. You know what I'm saying. Big Extravagant parties. I thought that was really cool. I was like wow. I've seen tim grown up. This is nice kind of crazy right very like I. Do you ever feel like they gear in somewhat of a weird mix like growing up shit because like again. I'm always WanNa ask you these questions because I really WanNa fuck and grow up. So it's like I just I envisioned you is Tim. The man and then Tim wrapping at subway. Dave like you know I always want because I just want to be braced for that as me. I think this is like a podcast straight advice. 'cause I'm trying to get it all. Man I really WanNa be braced for my older life like you are. I'll tell you this I'll tell you this all right I'll tell you this. You seem very put together since you know. Look I tell you this man? You can't rush anything let it happen. You know what I'm saying. I definitely never was like I want to. I'm looking to get married. I'm looking to do this. I was with cheer for six years before proposed. You fill me and it's allowed to allow people that's crazy you know but I just I did. It is by the way they feel like after some girls feel like after two years. You should propose already you. Should you should know or you should shit or get off the pot and for me you know I just I did it when I felt like I was ready and when I did that when I proposed I was one hundred percent about my decision. You know what I'm saying. I felt likes. This is completely what I want. And there was no doubt because not only where we long distance but we you know we'd gotten to know each other fucking six years you know sand and so. I feel like in terms of growing up process. You can't rush it. You can't force it you just. Kinda Kinda do it on your own terms and Um and it'll just kind of happen. Bro. You know it'll just kind of happen when it happens and it's like it's all like your own speed your own process for me. I was definitely like when I got when I made. She like my chick. I was like over the Groupie. Shake it you know and It was like nothing was forced. I met her and I felt like she's different. Like I was with my ex for like four years and I I was telling rick in them that like after like a month of dealing with Chia I was like this is something completely different than like I like. I could never. That's so cool like when I was with my with my ex Bro. I could never picture a future together with her. After four years but with Chia for like a month I was like I could see myself with this woman in the future. You know what I'm saying and I feel like it's just kind of you. Just Kinda have to trust the process. That's it you know came force it. Yeah Man Yeah. It's very cool to hear I. Yeah again I just I think my My I long for good. Good amount of peace. I WANNA find pieces somebody. You'll find it so you will find good to hear from you then you will find it. Okay into homegirl stream. What tell us about your project one more time. Three and boy lonely man. I learned about the old man and his music dog. I appreciate you for coming through Bro. I fucking Love You. Bro. 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