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Potato Chips That Butter Our Croissant

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

44:09 min | 3 months ago

Potato Chips That Butter Our Croissant

"What up fam? It's full belly. Last time I'm singing a song because I'm feeling myself. Oh there we gotta go on for you today. The topic at hand is potato chips. So I hope you like are silly and stupid conversation about it. I'm hoping it'll be a blast some opinions will fly facts. You'll just have to wait and see if they make an appearance as well. Let's get that jingle you are to have a great time you like to Los while you're done that you prefer half enough to listen a full belly. Laughs. All right Squad. I'm your host Brian Durkin. This is still the full belly Labs podcast. We are doing it. Oh, yeah, you are still hearing it. This is not your imagination took a recording. You could stop it at any time. Most likely many of you already have but for the few that haven't See you got through that home. Now. I know you're ready for the real deal for the Ooh, La La goodies that we got in store for you on this Eppy. Not sure if we're going to do, break it down for you. We got social media poll that I did about potato chips. And I'm sure we got some fun comments to go through. I haven't seen them until this recording says totally fresh off an improvised. We're going to cover a logical fallacy. We're going to place on board games just going to be a banger if you like being silly be like having fun if you like goof and Grub and gaming three babies, you know, cuz you want to 5 G's that apparently is bad for you. I'm not sure. I like internet's not care if it gives me cancer. I also people think it's bad. I don't know how is there any way it should be fun times? So let's get into it. And yeah, let's do it. Are you looking to do some research. You like to know what certain demographics think about your idea or better yet. You as a person introducing survey connector their patent process is simple, you tell them the type of person you want and they get it. For example, let's say you want a Suburban soccer mom, but you can learn from home and you want to survey. Well their team will immediately hop in a white van and kidnap the first middle-aged white woman, they see and you can trust them to select the right person their expert team finds one example of the type of person you're looking for online and makes a key extrapolation that every person must be the same. So get started off with more copies of the same person so you can get surveying today fuba Lions. What is happening? I asked on Facebook. What's the bed? Potato chip and why and the great nation of fabula never disappoints in the comments before we even jump into him before I even read one of them for the first time. I just want to give a shout out to anyone and everyone the comments on these it's really fun to react to them and they really just helped create a nice through line for these episodes. So I just appreciate you straight up. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'm not sure how many I'll get to in the the time frame that we have to do this episode. But if I didn't get to yours, I still appreciate it. It's fun to keep the discussion Rock and rolling and when you comment on stuff on social, you know helps the algorithm lets other people see the topic so, you know, you could basically be helped sharing the conversation building the segment for the show, even if you don't get featured, so you're awesome. Thank you. Thank you so much for getting in on the combo. All right. So without further Ado I asked what's the best potato wage? And why and let's see we got Jason from Berlin New Jersey. What is up Jason? He says cheddar and sour cream ruffles for a snack if I'm putting them on my sandwich then regular Pringles. All right off the bat. Do not factor in the sand which angle for choosing a best potato chip probably because I don't do that. I don't put chips on my sandwich. I like to keep it. You know, I'm where I listen to The Offspring. I like to keep it separated. You know what I mean? Like I if I get a side dish if I could Burger and Fries, my first move is not to put the fries inside the burger, you know what I mean? So it didn't even cross my mind that there could be a choice for these two categories. Pringles also on a sandwich whole Pringles seems like a nightmare that seems like it's going to ruin the Integrity of your sandwich the parabola day and shape of a pringle. No way not going to work. Now you crack the back of a pringle you make it fold in on itself. Now you got a nice flat chip, but is that really what you want? Maybe if you got some ridges like Ruffles got some texture to that sandwich on a regular Ruffles might be the way to go but knew something about that Pringle flavor, you know, it's also in a long tube and that kind of looks like a bottle for like a condiment like an oil or or you know, just a novelty sized catch up situation since it's red anyway. So I can see your mind going there. And I'm not surprised Pringle got a shout out regardless, even if they don't get another shout out cuz they're so unique. You know, it wouldn't be a fair poll didn't get some love and yeah cheddar and sour cream. I'm not I'm going to say my opinion upfront not a huge flavor guy with chips. Cuz I guess I'm a I like to do the dip. I'm a dip Andy. So I would rather buy regular Ruffles and then make a cheddar sour cream dip, you know used to be like way too much of Flavours already built in but if you're not if you're not dipping your toes in the extra food, I can see adding the flavor to your chip. That makes sense. So Jason, thank you so much for your patience. We got Frank from Northeast Philly. What is a franc? He says do potato skins count as a chip. No, let's move on Thursday. No, I don't think the account is shipped. Most of the girls are so real talk. I think are too thick to be a chip. I think there's like some kind I think there's Probably like the FDA or some has some like crazy rule, right like if you worked in food science or food retail, you probably know this but there's probably some weird rule on the thickness of a potato chip where it's like once it gets once once it's booty is too big once it's thighs go for miles then it's no longer a chip, but it's a french fry. I think that's how transitions basically imagine if you were like a dude and you got like butt implants and thigh implants that counted as transitioning into a lady that's I think the rules work for potato genders, but I'm not sure don't quote me on that or do I don't really care Frank. Thank you so much for your, we got Mike from Fairmount in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Oh snap. He says nothing. He just linked an image and the image. Is Snyder's Snyder's of Hanover Coney Island? I got click this thing now Coney Island hot dog with mustard potato chips wage. First off. I didn't even know centers did potato chips. They were just Pretzel Boys. Secondly, this is a very intense and specific flavor. And I know I it was talking a lot some a little bit. Let me just break down for you. Mike's favorite potato chip is a potato chip weird. The flavor is Coney Island hot dog with mustard gas. Yikes that. That is some. Scary science chemical food Inception, you know what I mean? Cuz like I think we can all agree whether you eat hot dogs or don't eat hot dogs like the taste of hotdogs hotdogs. The ingredients are sauce. We're not really sure how a hot dog is birthed into existence down and you know, we know more about our innards and DNA than we probably do what's going on on the inner workings of a hotdog so channel that flavor into a potato chip as I don't even now is that is that even a potato chip anymore? We just eating hot dogs slices at this point. I don't even know also the bag is petrified wage. It is the yellow of the potato chips is the same color as the Snyders logo, which is it wouldn't make like yellow mustard gas. Look pale. Okay. That's how yellow this is then the rest of the bag for the most part is like early 90s neon pink and the Coney Island is written in like teal so Either if this came out and this year this flavor kudos to them for the retro design. I'm going to guess this product has been out of production for 20 years minimum, you know, well you maybe could have found it at a gas station and like two thousand two, but you were you were hitting the lottery if that happens. Cuz they stopped making these a long time ago. Yeah. I I am glad Mike that you shared such a unique item. I never knew this existed if you had a bag and offered me one, I would politely decline off but I would be excited to watch anyone else. Try it Mike. Thank you so much for the comment. We got Jillian from New Orleans, Louisiana. What is Jillian? She says Ranch Doritos eager equals gamer fuel PlayStation controller Emoji PlayStation controller Emoji PlayStation controller Emoji. Yeah, I think Gillian is onto something here. I would say. I would say Doritos and Gamers get along pretty well. Yeah, I think there's a good cross over there. Right? Cuz I think like, you know, your quality of life gamer snack or young and snack is probably Doritos and Mountain Dew, you know what I mean? Just really getting fueled up for some more clicking and button pressing and off. Yeah, I think Cool Ranch Doritos were always the best ones. because There's a lot of people out there trying to be in the spice game and there's something about like the inherent flavor of Dorito plus the cross ranches just so refreshing so nice, you know the Hot Doritos you can only have so many and it's like, you know, you're like, oh I should just eat Cheetos at this point because I got you know, orange dust all over me and you know, my mouth is burning it's not cool ranch, you could you could slam a bag no prob, you know, but yeah a classic chip off Jillian. Thank you so much for your comment. We got Jim from Havertown Pennsylvania was Jim. He says kettle chips. Preferably Earth's preferably plane. But if I'm feeling frisky horseradish cheddar from hers. Wow. Yeah Jim, I agree a thousand percent. This is the type of Chip person. I am dead. Like kettle-cooked I like the extra crunch, you know, the reason chips are great as you get a nice bite and crunch to it. So let's let's crunch it up with like the thicker with the with that kettle this. I don't know what the kettle does to toughen up the chip make a crunch harder, but it's working. It's great trainer. It's really getting that chip in the shape. So I like me kettle chips. I don't really have I have preferred brands that I buy but that's just because that's what the supermarkets. I like Kerry. I don't really have, you know some awful true dedication to one type if I was at a house party and they had ships if they were kettle-cooked I'd be down wouldn't really care who they came from if they were not kettle-cooked. I would starts awesome. I would start like who made these what flavor are they? They over-salted? What's, they really going to Crunch enough? Do you mind if I eat a fist at a time to simulate the kettle Crunch Gym. Thank you so much. Where your comment we got a shout-out Ford Rito's hell. Yeah. I got shot out for wise here never heard of them. So I'm going to skip that comment don't know if I could talk about it, but we are Alex from Magnolia New Jersey was of Alex. He says kettle-cooked regular flavor just an honest-to-god potato chip the way God intended wage. Yeah. No, I feel that. I don't know how much truth there is to that cuz I understand the marketing is Austi it's still it's the way they did it back in the old country and the good old days where Whitey had it extra awesome and things were inconvenient kettle-cooked chips, which were just regular potato chips back. Then I have no clue. I want to be surprised if chips in history of man were never cooked in a kettle and that's just what marketers told us and that's just now what we're doing and what we're saying cuz I don't understand how long I understand how like a teakettle takes a chip crunchier and better, you know what I mean or any Kettle for that matter, but it is working wonders. It does feel like the way it should be because I'm with I'm a kettle can be for sure Alex. Thank you so much for your comment. All right, we got let's see. Let's keep it rolling here. We got Joseph Joseph Thursday hail from where where is this? Joseph person coming to us from Ambler Pennsylvania was up Joseph cuz we're good to hear from you. He says the only correct answer but also should shout out to Sweet Maui onion by Dirty chips and pretty much all sonship flavors. Oh, this is so he parenthetical like phone notes his comment and I guess I was supposed to reveal the image that he blinked before reading that his only correct answer is zapp's potato chips voodoo dog. New Orleans Kettle style Voodoo. All right. I'm with it on the kettle Voodoo. Scary. I don't like that. I don't know why. Does that make me a cannibal if I eat these ships if they're food-related, right? Like if you make a voodoo doll have like onions, but if you love onions and you eat it down now accountable, you know what I mean? And then also Does the other person just have bites taken out of them? How does that work? You know what? I mean? It's weird. Anyway, the bag is kind of cool Scott all these little Voodoo took pictures on their little like 2D stick figure things but never heard of zaps, but I would be down you got me a kettle cooked. I can just I can just forget all the words. I said after that and I would try give it a gill so Joseph. Thank you so much for your comment. Let's see here. We got Charles Charles. Where you getting this up from home Charles from Exton Pennsylvania was Charles. He says Cape Cod Hawaiian BBQ sauce. I'm going to I'm going to I'm going to declare us on that one. I I'm not trying to knock your choice Charles. I've never had it but just looking at the name is suspicious in time because one I'm not really sure Hawaiian Barbecue is haven't had it. I've been to Hawaii to have Cape Cod going to make a Hawaiian Barbecue, Can you answer me that Charles? They're not not exactly close to each other. You know what I mean? That's like England being like here's a classic Kazakhstan breakfast. You know, that's about how close Hawaii is to keep caught honestly the casa stand might be closer to a to England. So it's it's it's a curious boy BBQ classic flavor for chips hard to deny it. Hawaii's awesome. I've never heard anyone say Hawaii's booty butt cheeks. So probably just makes barbecue better and I've had regular Cape Cod kettle-cooked off and they were awesome. But the line BBQ is not kettle-cooked and who cares, right? What's the point? What is the point? But Charles, thank you so much for the comment. All right. Oh, we got some replies. We got some replies we gotta I want to get to we have Caitlin from Havertown had something to say about those zaps chips that we were talking about earlier from New Orleans style. She says these are literally only good at like two am drunk and Wawa gas station for anyone doesn't know the flavor is like a combo of BBQ Ranch / honey mustard all combined and there's weird sour spicy mix match home basically tastes like everything. That is a party in your mouth for sure. It's a lot happening although BBQ Ranch and honey mustard do all the way up New Orleans pretty well. Like they are the three wise men of New Orleans for sure if they were to be sauces. Otherwise, it'll be you know, crawfish voodoo doll and you know, A baguette probably but yeah, they're slaved. There's flavors definitely makes sense for that region. So I feel that I feel it off Kaitlyn, I guess. Thank you for the rebuttal. I don't know what compelled you so much junk on Joseph and then not provide an answer of your own, but that's okay. But let's see. Let's do another comment here Papa. or nah Everyone else is kind of repeating themselves. Scanning quickly to see if we got anything else worth highlighting but I think that's it. I think we did it tato chips apparently not that deep of a topic if we got excuse me. I missed missed this one. I'm banging the mic. I apologize for your earbuds. I know we're like rattling here. I'll try and combat down. We have our this will be our final one here. We have Kevin from Parts Unknown. Literally mysterious. Maybe New York is Kevin from New York City. He says Keebler tatto skins. I've never heard of these before he linked to commercial. It's like can't really play on a podcast. Not only is it not my contacts. You can't even see it. So that doesn't make sense. Oh, okay. So I've never had these but judging by a u gal the picture they may be They almost look like they look like this cracker. I can't think of the name of the have like a very deep. beige color to them You know how like a Triscuit is a cracker but it's got this you can just see that it's got some interesting weaving and texture to it. Like before you bite into a job. You're going to you're immediately like that is going to be chewier and tougher than a regular like Saltine cracker, right? That's what these ships look like on site. You can just tell them like these are going to put up a fight with my mouth. You know, I see that they are the shape of potato chip, but there is there is something something's different about these boys off and the tato skins. Oh, I get it now, I guess are just that. Yeah, maybe they're tough like that cuz they just are like home fried potato skins. Oh wait, maybe that's what our buddy from before Frank from the Northeast was trying to say Cuz he was like do potato skins countship. I assumed he meant like the appetizer you would get it like TGIF Fridays, but maybe he was talking about Keebler's tato skins in a bag of fried potato skins. You can maybe get it your local grocer. Hm. Well if that's the case, I apologize for my Savage ignorance. I never heard of this before. Literally discovering it live on the cast right now as I try to remain conscious. I am wicked just out of it off but Yeah, I've never had these but I'm so intrigued very cool Kevin. Thank you so much for sharing. Yeah, that's the best I can describe. I'm going to I'm going to do a little bit more search and for y'all here live full cast. Let's do this. Do they still make Keebler tato skins? They do not. He was passed on the brand on to the poor brother's at a point undetermined and as it turned out they had a line of TGI Friday's a snack chips, which they Incorporated tater skins began to oh my God, I do remember TGIF Fridays chips. But apparently you can't get them anymore. Okay, so they can oh jeez 86 crepe creation. I can see like the thumbnails of the commercial and it definitely old 90s at home fast, dude. That's rad. Yeah. I mean the skins of a potato like just don't get enough love dude at all like even growing up. Like I was always instructed like peel that often like now I'll pay like eighty bucks for a master class and every chefs like what are you doing? Why would you peel a vegetable eat the skin? It's got the best flavor birthday. It's like, oh man. I was just flushing down value on the garbage disposal every time it was dinner. That's no good. So Yeah, Kevin. Thank you. Hopefully they bring that back they have been doing so many experimental flavors of potato chips like Coney Island hot dogs with mustard. I feel like they eventually got a sneeze the game and reinvent what even? Makes it into the chip. You know what I mean? Like what if there was like a black and white ship where it was like half skin potato skin Half Light potato chip like regular potato, you know, what would that be cool and you get like flip coins and gamble with them cuz there'd be like two sides to it. A darker style are slightly sick. Dude. You can literally flip the chip to see who could eat the chip that would be so bad ass and a great Easter time great use of your time. If you literally had nothing else to do which seems impossible now, That's kind of funny. Now I think about like I'm of the generation where like you grew up and it was it was not an unlikely outcome that you could become board that is literally impossible. There's no such thing as being bored anymore from 3:20 and going on. It's just no longer being amused because there's plenty of things to consume and do it's just whether or not they tickle your fancy anymore. I don't know. I am no longer amused by this topic. It is time and two retired man. Heinous bought from Futurama too. Good right. Anyway, I can't stop pumping them. Like I do apologize either way. Thank you to all y'all for commenting on the best potato chip Kahn bore say Sean in general. It looks like kettle cook and Doritos got em, most votes as I like skin by this like people that didn't really give reasons would just like shout out one of the two so and there were some great reasonings behind those. Mm. I agree. I think like a kill cook chip. It just got a better Crunch and regular chips a strictly Superior and then alternative chips that like aren't really real potato chips. Doritos wage are probably the best alternative, you know what I mean like, Like if you're in going to include stuff like Fritos and all that jazz into the conversation Doritos hands-down probably bust so I feel it. I'm with it a minute to win it. Thank you. Everyone out for comedy is always super duper fun to share your thoughts on the podcast. If you want to get in on these polls you have to actually know me personally currently, so they're not going to work. If you're just the random listener of the show, but we do have a Discord Full Belly last Discord and polls will be posted in there. They will also be happening live on our streams on Twitch once we launch so you can go to full blast. Com and in the bottom of any page there should be icons for twitch and Discord you can get the links join the Discord follow the stream and you will be notified when you can get in on the action and join the conversation then yep. Can be featured on a future episodes. There you go. It's just that simple but for all you all that comment on this one, thank you so much. I do greatly appreciate it. Hello, Daryl from the federal agency. We are an organization that does government things. What do we do everything you say you want expect red tank complicated forms long lines walking across the aisle. The last one is unusual. I know you would think we would have normal cubes and decimal now, but we continue to reach across walkways in the aisle to work. It's very inefficient. And that is why we do it it is the government after all so yep. What do we govern the usual stuff? Just like the rest of the agencies? Why do you need to know about us? Because we care about the people so vote the way we want you to we will be sure to send you an incessant amount of tax Soul. Please give us your number give a short email. So you will close your inbox. We will send you to many emails and in dust don't ask any questions any more about what we do. All right gang is that time we're going to learn us a bit of a something here. Did I don't know what is wrong with me? This is real talk off Off Script right here. And there's like an outline. It's not really a script. I'm so tired. I don't know what happened to me. I got legit sleep had a pretty chill day. I can barely string two thoughts together. I feel like a dog who is just John and said everywhere cuz of the dog is on horse tranquilizers month, but as sober so it's very confusing. That's me. Anyway, I'm powering through I'm trying to keep it together for y'all. I don't know. What's wrong me. Well, I go to the doctor's office sick. Anyways, we're going to talk about logical fallacy. This is a little segment. We we started earlier this year want to get through the rest of them and the cognitive biases took them all cuz they're pretty cool and you know comedians leverage these devices and these biases for comedic effect, but other people use them for nefarious forces. So it's just nice to learn about them and grow this week. We are highlighting composition Division and if you want to learn more about this logical fallacy or any log, No fallacy in general go to your fallacy. Is. It is an amazing resource. We are not sponsored by them. We just like shout in the mail and there are in a separation for this segment and the fake commercials that you hear on the podcast like the one that played right before this. The one earlier in the episode football is actually 100% off by fans from donating on the website subscribing on Twitch or like purchasing merch any of that kind of stuff if you want to figure out how you can you know, I'm support the show just go to Philly last.com slash donate or be sure to follow the twitch stream. You can always support the show for free if you're a part of the Amazon Prime family. They don't call it that if you just have an Amazon Prime you can spur free. It's one of the many benefits. Anyway, let's get to it composition / division. This is a your logical fallacy is dot-coms definition assuming that what's true about one part of something has to be applied to all or other parts of it off. Daniel was a precocious child and had a liking for logic. He reasoned that atoms are invisible and that he was made of atoms and therefore invisible to unfortunately despite. His name is Pinkie skills. He lost the game of hide-and-seek. Yeah. This is a dangerous one dude, very dangerous. Not just because one thing is true doesn't mean it applies to everything. This is the basis of that snobby phrase when you make an assumption you make a booty out of everybody. I can't say the same thing, but it's true. Assumptions get a lot of hate and they get a lot of hate for this fallacy. It's usually when you make an assumption you fall into this trap that doesn't mean a song students in general or bad usually assumptions can be shortcuts or actually a good demonstration of clear and Sound Logic right? Like, you know, you said we know a lot about space in the universe, but that's not because we've literally physically been everywhere and space. You know what I mean? Like you kind of have to operate on certain assumptions of other people's research after they've done a bunch of math and stuff, you know, so that's all fine. And dandy, you know the issue becomes that you have to you have to make sure you don't check it yourself on the assumptions that arrived like this for example, the very classic Black Swan problem. Basically everyone believes the longest time off. Ons can only be white cuz they only had seen white swans and then finally explorers me. It's Australia and like saw Black Swan sounds like oh snap and they did their homework home to make sure that they were actually Swanson like, okay, you can swans can actually mutate into other color with different feathers. We have no idea. Boy, if you were die-hard on your conviction, you'd be like, nope. They can't be swamped also ones or white there for that must be something else. So that's one way this can manifest and yeah, just like if you see one part it affecting everything, you know, that's That's the basis of all negative hateful stereotypes right where it's like you see something you someone doing something like m m. I knew that they would do that. All those types of people are like that super problematic, right? And that's this fallacy. So that is definitely something you gotta watch out for and be careful about so keep a sharp eye for the composition / division pram pram pram Brown. All right Squad, it's game time. Did we gotta play some games before we log? Outs and man, we are it's so funny. Cuz the potato chip poll was not as popping off as polls can usually be but we are clocking through on this episode. I can't believe it time flies May or June having fun and you keep zoning out. So who know? Anyway, we're going to play funemployed. It's a really fun improvised game. I like to do here on the podcast. It is an actual party game. You can pull your friends but doesn't really work when there's only one person in the studio. So I just use it as a jump off point for like an improvised scene. So basically how it works is our two decks of cards one is a job positions or titles and the other one is qualifications, and I'm going to pretend like I am talking to you on the phone. This is a first-round interview. I'm from HR and I'm kind of doing that really like long-winded set up to like the first time I'll let you speak and I'll be talking about the job and mentioning the stuff as I reveal the cards to myself pulling them out of the box name. But not looking at them just so I'm ready and you know, I don't have to come up with this crazy filler chitter-chatter in character. And all right cool. We got three face down back tires are going to face down job title and away we go. Hello. Hello. Oh, cool. Okay. Good. Good guy you oh man. I thought you hung up over here. Sweet sweet. I am so sorry. It's just been a crazy day. How are you doing? You're good. Okay, cool. Cool, Derek and real stoked to talk to you dude. So like let's walk through the mail or I'm just so excited to to to chat with you about why you could be our next bowel ballet dancer, you know, I I think that'd be pretty sweet. We need one. That's what the department of ballet told me why we I'm an HR on a why we have that but you know, you've got it and we got a position and you could be at you could work here. That's so that's so rad dude and supposedly What would make a great ballet dancer in this role is if you're like butter, you know cuz butter it's smooth. It's it's it's got the oil, you know home and it's rich but cheap doesn't cost a lot. And I think that's what the department managers looking for. We want a ballet dancer that it's highbrow You Know Rich? You you can't you you cuz we Kate ballet people money care about that, but we don't want you to cost a lot of money. You know I'm saying so. That's what's up about being like butter. ballet dancer now another thing that will help this be the perfect ballet. Dancer is a your liberal as you can sell. I'm a really chill dude. There's a really chill competition. So chill in fact that even though we sell weed we have a ballet Department because we're just that she'll did we'd like to be graceful and do walk ins and she'll like that, you know, so that's what's up and we like to support the Arts week are we're artists so like, you know, We got plants and we got plays that's what we do here. That's why we were called P&P. We'd Incorporated. So it's very important your liberal. There's no conservatives might come to watch ballet, but you can't be conservative and do ballet doesn't make sense, you know God. Especially especially if you were a girl, I guess I want to assume your gender if you a guy and you're doing ballet. I'll think you're concerned about the Border, you know what I'm saying? So I think I think you'll get along with the team best if you're liberal. So and finally found another thing that will really help you in this position is if you have a flaming sword now our last candidate misinterpreted that request they took a very took a too liberal definition thought it was a metaphor. We're not looking for a gay penis. Okay, we're looking for a really cool, you know liberal like bulb or ballet dancer that also has an actual sword on fire, you know, because That would be so cool, dude. Like if you got that, honestly, you don't you could you can love you can love hating immigrant student. If you got the Flaming of word, I think you're just in its kind of like a stretch requirement. You know what I mean? Like for this job. They wanted the HR person to like I have a degree but like, you know, they just found out how chill I was and it was all good. So a flaming sword a super chill and if you got that dude, I'm I found hire you on the spot. I can't do that. But I would if I could you know, I am so I love to hear from you. Dude. What do you what are you up to and sing a song? That's cool. I I know I'm going to do that more often just take like crazy character choices on the interview weeks. I've done log Standard like woman in HR that's doing the first-round interview for Corporate America character a lot. So that was kind of fun to do to do that. So yeah home enjoyed it. That's fun employee. That's how we play funemployed on Full Belly laughs and you can play with your friends as well. If you want. It's a little bit different. It's not about acting out. We just do it that way here on the cast. It's that time friends and fam you made it to the end of the episode and for that I love you. You're the coolest your your Noble person. Nobleman of a woman in the Kingdom of formula because there's a lot of content in the world and you could have been doing anything else your time another place. I caressed enjoying your own thoughts listening to music. Okay watching TV, whatever you chose to hang out with me and listen to this in solidarity with all the other phone. And for that I am truly truly grateful. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. This is your first time listening extra praise to you. I hope you continue and try out some other episodes. This show comes out every Tuesday morning. So be sure to look out for it. Do whatever you need to do to remind yourself subscriber all that fun stuff and we will see you next time when food meets funny awful boy laughs off.

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Frito-Lay SVP Marissa Solis on Pivoting Big Brands

"MERCED Solis. The last time I saw you we were perhaps dancing. We were definitely dancing he. Handing. Yeah. That was at the Latin grammys in days gone by Oh my gosh that was amazing. Amazing. And that was just sort of emblematic of some of the sponsorships that Pepsico was doing when you were. Heading up the Hispanic Business Unit at Pepsi and now pulling Malia can't believe you join me for this because now you head up core brands, partnerships and media at Frito, lay just a little job. Yes. Just a tad bit of a job. Yes, and you found time for me. Thank you. That's. Your. Rash. Or Salsa. That's true. That is true. Hates e Moss Mawson. This is episode seventeen of insider interviews. As you know, this is a podcast about the media marketing and advertising industry and my guest for this episode does all three of those things I wish we had ours but in the next thirty to forty minutes, Marissa's so lease a frito lay is GonNa talk about how she handles a huge job which Is Building. The iconic advertising and key business strategies for oh some little brands like Doritos cheetos and toasty toe brands she leads all the external partnerships for Frito lay North America brands like sports and entertainment. So we're going to chunk it out as I like to say when we're talking about Sol sun things like that and see how she does that all thanks for listening. I WANNA talk about three areas because we're GONNA, keep it to about a half hour and like we said, it's a big job. So I I want to hear about what that means the core brands and what some of their initiatives are. Boy Things have had to change for you in terms of how your marketing today versus. When we were dancing a year ago and how covetous probably impacted everyone from how you retail to consumers to your retail partners and I know even your employees. and. Then one of my favorite areas because there is a lot of overlap with what you're doing and pivoting with Covid to cause marketing and I know that you're really doing a lot of that and I think that that will sort of play. The events in partnerships that you deal with to how's that pro plan? That sounds great. Let's do it. All right. Now before we get into any of that, Marissa's Soleus let's talk about you. So I top line your job but what's the snapshot a day in Your Life? Yeah I mean there really isn't a day because every day is different, but it just look at the scope of the role. So frito-lay North America seventy, billion dollar snack company, the snack leader, my responsibilities range from. Brand building of our core brands. So when I say core brands think of Doritos Cheetos Tostitos in debt those kind of brands I think of them a lot by the way I'm just saying. They're delicious in there many many homes. I'm also responsible not just for each of the brands and telling each of those brand narratives engaging with consumers, but the portfolio as a whole. So sometimes, we communicate to the consumer ask Frito lay and our entire portfolio is shown. Usually we do this in special occasions whether it's football holiday timeframe summer portfolio is just so rich. We communicate that way I'm also responsible for media so. All of our media buying and planning and strategy. So everything from linear digital audio social. Paid in earned across all of our brands. That's a big part of the job, the Olympics piece as well, and then partnerships right. So our big partnerships like the NFL are big entertainment partnerships, center arrests. So it keeps me busy, but it's fun. It's extremely fun I enjoy it very much for sure. Oh, that's good. Hearing about it I just WanNa go take a nap but. You don't have much. Okay. Highly dynamic when you're dealing with brands, these are fun brands. I mean new brands people love their brands that are in culture. So there's nothing boring at all about my job. It's every day. It's fun. It's challenging. Switz- gray. It's a blessing to have quite frankly and it's relatively new for you. Right when did you move into that role? I started in October. So if you think about the World Wayne I've been in the last whatever in Ben ten months I don't know I started in October and that's when we typically start all of our super bowl initiatives. So I was literally working on five different super bowl projects that take October. November through December super bowls a big deal for Pepsico's so obviously that took time we had fantastic super bowl which seems like forever ago but it was this year in February in Miami and then coming out of. That, when it was just time for me to really settle into the role and really learn the other parts of the job covert hit and everything changed right the way we do things and so it just really truly has been an world away but really just a great learning experience and it's been as horrible as Kobe has been for everybody for our industry and for us as marketers, it's really been a bit of a blessing quite frankly in terms of its really spurred a renaissance for us in the way we. Look at the consumer trends. The way we work, we're just so much more agile and flexible and fast because we have to be right. So it's just kind of forced. I think sue great changes in the marketing were and it's really made a steak. You know we don't think because we have to go so quickly. But at the same time, it's really made us think differently about how we go to market how we reach consumers I like that perspective and I think that as we continue talking and some of the things that I found when I was looking at some of the initiatives on your website on that social media I, think that that shall be revealed because I have seen some really amazing things. So let's talk about how your pivoting specifically and some of. The three areas that we mentioned. So obviously, you're responding to consumers, but also things have changed in terms of you know are people buying at retail retailers at more e commerce and than you look out for getting product to market, and then what replaces n dial displays I don't know where do you start? We always start with a consumer. So first and foremost really listening understanding having that relationship to really know the insights is key and over time we learn a lot right. So as marketers over years, you start to see trends. The interesting thing is Hoven wasn't years literally was days and weeks that the. Trans were changing, and so we have to just very quickly absurd. The marketplace react to the marketplace in our industry in particular, more very fortunate that our industry and specifically snacks beverages it's was front and center in terms of the pandemic, right because the first thing everybody needed to do with pantry stock now you're living at home. So you're needing to make sure you have the things you need in your battery or your refrigerator to get you through the long haul of social, distancing, quarantining and being at home. So we saw a massive surge in demand for snacks partly because a people were at home, they're. Cooking more writes a lot of our snacks are leveraged recipes, but also partly because our brands are very familiar there, well known, they're comforting and quite frankly in a time when there was so much uncertainty, our brands provide comfort and just simple joy and we like to say we bring that kind of daily joy and we bring a smile and I think that played a lot in those early days and so that was first and foremost righteous the trend of staying home in what that meant fresh snacks. In different occasions you asked about the retail landscape I mean clearly, we saw huge shifts in our business. You know the Food Service side of our business. We do a lot of work with restaurants in the Entertainment Industry Stadiums, movie theaters, airlines right that entire side of the industry obviously went into shutdown and so at impacted our business on a bid as did many other companies in the industry from a retail perspective, our grocery partners early benefited again, it was the kind of this pantry stalking phenomenon that you saw we have. Seen. A surge in e commerce for sure right I. Mean it already was growing creek ovet. But now whether it's e grocery pickup, it's Jospin Sergent interestingly enough during this time, we actually launch a direct to consumer business and we did it in like thirty days. It's called snacks to you snacks dot com. It's early because only been in the market for months, but it's been a tremendous learning and we've been able to increase. The variety of snacks that we serve on their in. It's just a great way to again create a different way to get consumers quick way. So that's something that will involve for sure but there's so much in that. First of all, I didn't even think about the ripple effect of Theaters Airlines and the snacks that are you know ubiquitous there, and then the direct to consumer type of. SNACKS DOT COM right. So that part of it is sort of in keeping with your brand in the marketplace of your like the biggest direct to retail shipper I believe of snacks and then you have a reputation for being able to set up at retail and really leveraging that part of the business. So it makes sense that now you're experts so just send it directly to the consumer. So that's GonNa be a ripple effect to So in terms of the specific brands, can we talk a little bit about the brand position because they're such a difference between something like tostitos REITO's I'm really curious about that like Doritos, your tagline sort of it isn't just a chip. It's fuel for disruption and everything around the marketing of that is very disruptive, and then tostitos seems to be about bringing people. Have Sony. Fasten how you approach that if you think about our portfolio as a whole right, what frito-lay offers I mean, these are brands that bring joy and smiles every day right there comfort their fawn. The beauty of each brand is that really each brand takes on its own personality if you will. It's own narrative. It's Kinda different consumer group if you will. If you look at what we call our bullseye target for DRITA. We call that target the hyper lifer, right? It's probably Bullseye eighteen year old very Z. focused. And, again, this is somebody who is. Always used to multitasking almost digital native, very active in terms of social media. Self expression is a really important thing right as they're out in the world and so doritos is kind of this fuel and ignites that self expression but also in a way that can be disrupted good way. So we like to say take the best of who you are and bring out who you are and really disrupt the world around you in a good way. That's what the brand us right it's really a beacon for self expression especially among this young audience and it provides a lot of energy for. And over the years. It manifests itself very different whether it's we had a program that lasted for a long time that was very successful called crash the Super Bowl. Where we actually asks consumers to create their commercials and we pick the best and that's the commercial we ran we ran their commercial in. You know if they won the ad meter, they'd get a million dollars. I mean we ran this program for over ten years. Now it's manifesting itself very differently, but it's still all about self expression in igniting that self-expression tostitos very different brand right this is about who we call the social instigator. Right this is the person who needs the group needs the gatherings in the get togethers and kind of socializing and really gets a lot of energy from that. And TUXEDOS. Is that catalyst for all the possibilities that can happen when you bring people together especially around food von Right. So if you think about all the fun recipes, you can create if you're bringing people together to watch the game or will guide whatever it may be. That's really what the Brand Dawson brains and connects I love how you connected unexpected people like with Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg and. Yes that was. Very unexpected connection but it is all about bringing people together. You think about a brand like cheetos that I love this is a magical, very culturally iconic brand. There's actually a tribe that lives out there in the real world that is always feeding us idea because it comes from them and you know this is a very mischievous brand, very playful brand. It's all about rewriting rules in again the tribe that we see they're the ones that are sprinkling cheetos in their recipes or the magical gus which we called cheadle. You know they're the ones I discovered that cheadle on their fingers and what it can do. All of those things have created kind of this idea of hacking real moments in culture in a very cheetos way I. Don't know if you remember we did a pop up restaurant in New York City I think it was gosh. Three years ago the spotted Geeta where every single play was a cheetos recipe we did a fashion show last year we did a collaboration with forever twenty one and brought to life a whole creation of fashion and we did A fashion show and it was great and so it's just a brand that's really moving culture in a really positive way and it really unexpected ways as well. So like I said, it's a lot of fun and we do it in very different ways depending on audience. So this gives me an opportunity to bring up a couple of the things that I saw and I just want to confirm you're not gonNA retire chester like Mr Pena police say no. Chester's apart part of the Cheetah's bran answer. My heart can't take that. So. This helps me Segue to one of the initiatives that I saw tied to covid speaking of dancing you did sell suffer go. And I loved that you know that I'm more of a swing dancer is I. Think you saw at those Latin grammys you're much better than me, but I also love 'cause marketing. So combining dancing and cause marketing with Mario. Lopez. You raised money for the Hispanic community tied to Cinco de Maya. Because the Hispanic community is disproportionately affected by cotton nineteen tell me how that was. That was back in May of course. Yes, and this was one of my absolute favorite. Why am I not surprised many reasons but I was telling you about the renaissance in marketing in terms of thinking differently, and we plan our initiative so far in advance right it. Takes a lot to planet initiative all of the coordination that happens that you need to do to get to the market the right way. So we already had a single demayo program that was locked and loaded like in February right? That was ready to roll to our field or innovation to our retailers. Right we had all of the advertising, the O. S. And in March when Cohen hit. I mean, there was no way that the brand could put out a message that said Hey let's all gather together and have a Margarita right completely not the right message, not the right time, and so we had to piven very very quickly and you know one of the options on the table was do we just not do anything at all right? Do we just Kinda skippy go to or not do anything given the times and testy does is the brand secret Mio Kinda key holiday for that Bram. But as we thought through a one of the huge considerations was indeed what the country was going through at the time and you're absolutely right the Latino community was disproportionately impacted by Kobe. We saw a lot of the aid that was coming because there was a lot of aid coming. If you remember at the beginning, it really wasn't being channeled to that community, right? It was very broad, and so we saw an opportunity and then just what a wonderful idea the team had around salsa. For Cinco and the perfect person that I thought of to pull it off with Mario. And Mario is such a phenomenal individual and he's really linked to needles us which is a platform and the organization that we supported and when we told them, Hey, we wanna do something not only nuts fawn in brings people together virtually that can help our community. He was all in it. We did super fast. We did it through instagram and we'd never done that kind of event where you know it's alive events and you're getting people to come in and their chiming in you're chatting live I was a bit nervous to see how it turned out. But I will tell you what an awesome day I don't know if you to in but Mario and his wife were just phenomenal. We have so much fun. He were able to tune in and actually get on Cameroon and see. And we donated five dollars for every person tuned into the platform and we over delivered our goal. I mean we didn't know we didn't know of this was something that people are GonNa tune into it was kind of the time this whole notion of virtual used to it now back then it was very new. I. Loved It, and it was very much in the brand spirit brand narrative, but it was also something that benefited the community. We all felt good about. So who's really good Now another of course thing that's on everybody's mind. That's also part of what's going on with our culture is black lives matter and what you've been doing with Doritos, also is very very on brand, but also really strong really moving. So you know I mentioned that the tagline is or the positioning that it's fuel for disruption, but you also right on the site and I encourage everybody to see this video on the Dorito site Hashtag. Amplify black voices. It says that we're a brand known for handing over our platform and there's never been a community that needs a megaphone more than now. So as part of amplify black boy says initiative, you gave your outdoor advertising billboards murals to black artists to use their voice and their talent. As you said earlier about the doritos brand to really make that message their own I love this initiative can you talk more about that? Yes and I'd be remiss if I didn't say how proud I was pepsico just the immediate swift response. To what was happening at the time and our company committed four, hundred million dollars to recruitment retention advancements that supplier diversity the community. It's a huge undertaking in a very big public promise and commitment that our company made to that community, which makes me mentally proud that's on the corporate side. But obviously, on the brand side, I mean like I said, Doritos is a beacon for self expression and. So. How could we not at this time give a voice to a community that needs it right and so it just felt like the right thing to do we didn't have any creative control in terms of what those artists created in the cities where we went in had those murals. It was really there to do and we did a collaboration with the et for the awards just a call. Out the attention to amplify black voices in that movement, and so it's something or so proud of, and again, it's not a marketing thing. This isn't about the brand, right? It goes beyond the brand, its purpose, and it's really about the community and so it is something that we are going to do ongoing. So it wasn't a one time thing I think ongoing we're GONNA have this platform and Just really be a place for black artists to have platform a canvas for their messages. We are recording this at the beginning of September in coming up his Hispanic heritage month and also on your website as of now speaking of community efforts, there is a little teaser that says frito lay will announce plans to take our community efforts to the next level coming up pretty soon. Any hint about that? Yes, I can't really talk specifically about the plans but what I can tell you is very similar to our commitment to the black community were really looking again, it is really about everybody in creating an inclusive environment, and so we are really looking to elevate the Latino community both at a corporate level from a brand perspective as well. So I can't wait to share those initiatives as they come on fortunately I can't speak. To them today. But Hey, let's talk at the end of October. I guess when Hispanic Heritage Month is all over because I do think you'll definitely see an active presence. Okay. Well, it sounds like you're threading the needle with all of the causes and there was a recent article in Harvard Business Review about brands needing to walk the talk and ensure that this positioning is You know, of course, part of the DNA. Talk about that what do you advise other brands other companies about how to ensure that they are walking the talk that this is not just one off gestures that to use Oprah style word authenticity and speaking their truth about embracing causes like this. Yeah absolutely I think you nailed at first of all that article is great because it is about walking the talk. And you have to do it in a way that is very authentic to your brand purpose. So there's a fine line between purpose and costs, and it really isn't about costs. It's not just hey, let's identify someone. And give a bunch of money or do a one time event. Let's PAT each other on the back. It really is about living the narrative. Day In day out. So if you think about salsa for Cinco, to see narrative is all about bringing people together in just fun in great ways and there is a Latino heritage to the brand. So everything felt very authentic, right? Because all we wanted to do is bring people together in a time when they couldn't bring people together. And then also give to a community that's part of our heritage. Right on the Doritos case again, doritos is a beacon for self-expression. So there is no better Bram to provide that. Stage if you will, and that canvas to a community that needs it whether that's the black community, the Latino community, the Muslim community, any community that needs their voices heard, that's what we want to encourage. Right self expression. That really is what it's all bad in graining press in everything you do and in your every day. Does that trickle down to your team to employees to the behind the scenes message as well Absolutely I mean are people are first and foremost, and when I think about the covert response, the first thing was the health and safety of our people whether it was people. In a headquarters location or people in the frontline taking care of our people compensating our people. If they were out there delivering essential, they're essential workers, right? That's first and foremost and purpose is really strong part of Pepsico Pepsico Way. It's all about purpose. It is about giving to our community supporting the communities that surround us all of those things reflecting the communities that surround us. All other things are super important and for our people internally to be proud of what they do every day and to come with that purpose is ultimately what it's all about. I WanNa make sure your people are. Of what the company's doing love you know at swear I just remembered this now and it was actually one of my favorite projects to work on. But years ago when I was living in Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to freelance for Tracy Lock. You know one of the Pepsico agencies at the time and worked on what was called Pepsi Play Parks and my job was to go out and identified delapidated Klay grounds in local communities in southern California and work with the Hispanic Agency as well of record and work with the mayors and communities to get them cleaned up and they were redubbed Pepsi, play parks. I never forgot that until now that is. That's great. Yeah. That was really a wonderful heartwarming project and I think it was my starting 'cause marketing but I also really appreciate your shift in terminology between purpose and 'cause that's such an important distinction. So I want to get to our third kind of bucket and talk about how you're handling events. Now, we talked the top of the show that you and I were dancing together at the Latin grammys party, which will be forever in my memory and you have a big history as you said of supporting Super Bowl than music and nets very much a part of the PepsiCo brand as well as Frito lay. What do you do? How were you pivoting and will you still be present in sports that are not necessarily to a full arena? What's going on? Yeah I think that's a great question. We're all learning together as we go. It's not over we're still learning as the year passes and events get either cancelled or read in a different way. Here's what I'll tell you at the end of the day we need to engage with our consumers where they are. We are part of their everyday lives. We are part of their comfort we bring them joy, and so we've seen a lot of opportunity in the at home occasion because that's where they are when you look at the programming and the amount of recipe. Creation that has happened and just searches of our products along with recipes. That's a trend. We didn't see before and so therefore, we're shifting our focus to recipes in a fun way of doing recipes because that's what our consumers are doing. It's interesting the sports world, right? Because that's just the thing that keeps changing as we go globally where sponsors of UEFA Champions League, big soccer tournament that completely changed this year, right? The format, the tiny but even though it was a different way of doing the tournament, it ended up being obviously no spectators in the stadium. have he was still front and center. We still supported the league. We still had our advertising because people still too by the way I think in the states, the UCLA broadcast was the highest rated, but it's ever been. So as you think about football perspective basketball perspective, I mean people are yearning for these live sports even if they're watching at home the notion of home gating having kind of that occasion at home is still going to be important. Summers another you know what we start focusing on barbecuing are road trips or things that changed significantly summers. The same right the focus is just different. The activity is a little different. You may be barbecuing at home with a lot less people right? You're so distancing but I think for us the yearning for joy and comfort in Bonn will always be there. So it's just a matter of pivoting how we show up. Great, how do you keep? Up. I. Mean You talk about? Well, we did alive instagram event and you did take overs and you are involved in events and marketing and media. We didn't even talk about medial. You'll have to come back for that. But to me, that's like drinking from a fire hose of trying to stay on top of what's new, what's next whether you do? Yeah I mean I think it's really important to stay connected to the consumer, the world around you what's going on. So there's a lot of social listening just being on these platforms right? You have to be a consumer yourself really just understand what's happening in the world around you because a lot of ideas just pop up by you being in it or hey. So it is a very important part of. My Day to day just making sure you don't get to pooled into the internal peace you stay abreast of what your consumers doing I'm lucky. I. Have a fifteen year old. So she definitely keeps me have breast of what's happening. Make sure I'm still cool and not. So that's a good way to doing, and then you put it on your energy and effort you just keep going right there's no time to stop. Will. Thank you for bringing up your daughter because of course, I need to know about you personally has your family I know you're in Texas but. Speaking of Games and sports what are you doing at home for me? It's Jigsaw Puzzles. It's got to be more exciting for you. What's up these days? Yeah. You know it's just been one of these again worldwide right I think when you and I last talked I was literally. Travel I mean I was traveling every everywhere in being home and has been great obviously lots of getting used to from a work perspective but has just given me a ton of time with my daughter who's fifteen and in that stage of life where lots of things going on you know my husband. So it was Craig to Kinda just quarantine together. We had a ton of fun. Where all very social people we're all extroverts. So we had a very hard time staying at home, but once things started kind of opening up we started to have people just social distance dinners, and now we're eating out in outdoor locations. Interestingly enough my daughter is a soccer player, and so they've been back there practicing on soccer so so far so good. So we'll see what have. Her I'm glad to hear that. Moore. Sicily's I promised. I wouldn't take too much of your time because you don't have much so. I'll let you get back to your daughter to your family to learning the latest trends social, media. Everything, that fills your day. Thank you so much for joining me on insider interviews. Thank you even though it's been a pleasure anytime. Hang on though back. Okay good. Well, hope you got some good inside scoop from this episode of insider interviews with me. He Be Moss and I also hope that you'll rate review subscribe wherever you download your podcasts. You know the drill apple stitcher Google iheart. Thanks again for listening.

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How conscious investors can turn up the heat and make companies change | Vinay Shandal

TED Talks Daily

15:41 min | 2 years ago

How conscious investors can turn up the heat and make companies change | Vinay Shandal

"This Ted talk features, investment, agitator, Vanatu's doll recorded. Live at Ted at b. c. g. twenty eighteen. Like TED talks, you should check out the Ted radio hour with NPR. Stay tuned after this. Talk to hear sneak peek of this week's episode. Some things are hard to control like the volume at a music festival. Other things are easy to control like you're in home wifi with xfinity x. y. you get fast speeds and the ultimate control over your home wifi network. With the x fi app, you can do things like see which devices are online and how long they've been connected or set a wifi curfew for that. Someone who check social media at three in the morning. So go ahead and take control of your wifi with xfinity x. fi it simple easy. Awesome. Go to xfinity dot com. Call one eight hundred xfinity or visit a store to learn more xfinity. Internet required other restrictions apply. For small business owners being plugged in and prepared. 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Well, good because they're actually not going to solve the issues. But before you dismiss them, let me say they're not going to solve the issues, but they will show us how so? Who are they? They're activists, investors, Carl Icahn, Dan Loeb. Paul singer Barry Rosenstein. These are the modern day oggi's of Wall Street. These are scary, dude. I don't mean green goblin, scary. I mean, real scary. The fear they strike in the hearts of a company CEO and board when they enter it stock is the same fear. You feel when you hear a bear outside your tent and it's dark, and you're sitting there with. A mouthful of Doritos that just moments ago, you had snuck out of the ten to pull down from the bear, hang because you had the munchies that fear. And in that moment you are praying, oh, Lord. Please let this bear be passing through that. Bear is not passing through that. Bear made a detour for you bears like Doritos activists like money. Some activists also liked Doritos, but they definitely want money. Okay. And the way they make money, the way they create value is by getting management of corporations to make changes. Now, some will argue that the changes the create, the value they create its too short term in nature, and others will say the tactics they use our agrees. I agree, long drawn out, lawsuits, public smear campaigns. There is no need for that. But I must say there's a small handful of activists, very small. I go to great lengths to be constructive in collaborative. And overall, we have to give credit credit is due as of group. They have managed to catalyze large-scale change in large corporations, and that's no small feat. Now, imagine a world where all investors were working with management to make change, not just to make more money. But to improve the environment and society. Imagine what a greener and better world. This would be now why? Why would an investor bother at first blush I'm with you. Why would an investor care? Because if doing well on ESPN issues, environmental social and governance issues was just an act of good corporate citizenship. Then I agree investors would not care, but the good news and perhaps the saving grace for our collective futures is that it's so much more than an active good corporate citizenship. It's good business. There's now enough evidence that shows a clear correlation between ES she performance and financial performance. Companies that do good for the environment and society also do well financially, and some of the best companies are catching on, like deeds. Adidas is cleaning up the ocean and making money in the process. Adidas teamed up with an organization called parley four. The ocean parley goes out and collect plastic waste from the ocean. Adidas use the plastic ways to make shoes shoes made with plastic from the ocean, good for the environment and good for business. Because if you know that rapidly growing consumer segment known as hipsters, and I know you know, hipsters, then you know that a hipster face the choice between a no name shoe and Adidas. Made with plastic from the ocean will pick the Adidas everyday of the week and twice on Sunday, and then walk around like it's no big deal, but look for every opportunity to talk about them like like an Uber pool. Hey, I notice you looking at my feet, do I'm just, I'm just making slides. I've, I'm a consultant. I make slides and making PowerPoint slides look, no, it's fine. I get why you would be looking the plastic on my shoe must be bothering you. Well, let me talk about it for the rest of this ride. Usually the plastic on my shoe is from the ocean on my feet, not in your fish. Being walked on, not being much happy feet, happy fish, happy ocean, do them apart. EKO shoes. I got echoes needs to echo shoes. You need to. And so on just cornering. We've all been there him have me a cell phone. I'm going to give you a discount code. I got discount code. Let me give you a discount code. We've all been. I have. I have jumped out of moving pools. Just moving highway. I'm out. I'm out. But look, we got it. Forgive the hipsters because I love the hipsters. We need hipsters, and we need companies like Adidas and what we need most is for investors to convince other companies to behave like us. And herein lies the challenge. There's a growing body of growing group of investors, call them conscious investors, conscious investors care about ESPN issues, and they talk a lot about engaging management on ESPN issues, but they don't actually get management to make changes that will improve the environment and society. And this is where conscious investors can take a page from the playbook of the activists, investors because the activists, investors have no issues getting management to make changes. You have no issues turning up the heat. You know, take Paul singer. He's an old school Wall Street OG. Now in his seventies loves Doritos loves making money. Argentina owed Paul, six hundred million dollars and would not pay big mistake. You can't take money from an OG and not pay back. Paul went to war with Argentina. I'm not making this. I'm not invented. This is big. This is huge. It's a bigger than Tyson versus Holyfield alley versus foreman. This was man versus country pulsing going around the world trying to seize up Argentinian assets. At one point, he tried to seize an Argentinian navy vessel off the coast of Ghana. He tried to take over a three hundred fifty foot ship while big navy officers with big guns were on the ship. He got the police in Ghana to show up with a crane and threaten to board the ship, and it wasn't until the navy officers drew their weapons as they called off the operation. That's what I call turning up the heat. Now you may say. You say, will Paul lost the battle? And I'll say Paul won the war because Paul didn't get paid one type twenty times his original investment. And you have Barry Rosenstein his fun. Janna partner started stealth mode buying up stock and whole foods at a time when whole foods with struggling. They got to eight percent came out and push whole food to sell itself to Amazon and not because Barre wanted same day delivery of his organic Doritos. He wanted to make some money. Now, the seal of whole foods, John Mackey, and the board did not want to sell themselves to whole to Amazon because that would be the prime example of selling out. But in the end, they caved why? Because berry turned up the heat and he made three hundred million dollars in the process. And he did not leave a very nice impression on John k, you're not going to see John and berry just hugging it out at the whole foods cafe. It's a very different example. Now, the Chicago teachers pension fund a ten billion dollar conscious investor. They recently came out hard against private prisons in the US and good for them. As a new parent. I tell you, I'm troubled by devastating images of young children being ripped out of the arms, their parents of the US border and being placed in private attention facilities did too little to help the kids maintain contact with their parents. So what are the Chicago teachers do. Did they get management to make changes? Did they turn up the heat? Did they look management in the eye and say, this is no way to run a business. There's a different way to do things. Let me show, you know, they just sold their stock selling, did nothing. It's not like management woke up the next day and had an epiphany and say, gosh, the teacher sold their stock, we'd better be nice to the kids know that didn't happen. And despite a decade of several high profile divestitures in private prison stocks in the US the stock has continued to climb the stock over that same period has outperformed the market. And the biggest issue is we went from set of conscious investors owning stock to wit potentially being owned by investors who don't care about these issues and don't care what you think about these issues. And this is my issue with conscious investors. Their MO is to divest or divert money into focus spots. You can't divest your way to agree world. You can divest your way to green portfolio. Not to agree in her world. So what's it gonna take what's it gonna take the flip the script to get conscious investors to go from, divesting to engaging to go from talking about engaging to actually work with management to make changes that will improve their ES. She performance. Because there's a lot suggesting shoot and they could. They should give him a clear correlation between ES she performance and financial performance. They could because the activists have shown us. It could. A shareholder can't drive change in a company. The difference is Paul in berry do what they do to make money. The conscious investors would do it to improve society and the environment and make money in the process and do it a little more collaboratively and constructively. And they have the backing of some of the largest investors vanguard in BlackRock together the they manage trillions. They've been increasingly vocal about the importance of ES g. The CEO of BlackRock has been increasingly vocal in its annual letters about this issue, even Janna partners, the same oggi's that John called greedy bastards. Recently co wrote an open letter to the board of apple saying, hey, your smartphones are addictive for children, fix it. Apple is working on it. So what it's gonna take some pressure. It's going to take some pressure on conscious investors to intern, put some pressure on management to make changes that will improve the environment and society, and where did they start start by picking an issue that that matters to them and taking a stand on it, take a stand on an issue that lines up with your purpose, water preservation, labor rights, diversity, as long as it lines up with your purpose, your golden and the biggest unlock get the senior most in breast seniormost investment professionals focused on this today. When an activist shows up to a campaign, it's the senior investment professional talking to the CEO and the board, and everyone hears about it. Wanna conscious investor shows up to talk about an ESE issue. It's some junior person in the risk department talking to some junior person in the investor relations department, and nobody hears about it and that needs to change. And it's not some massive leap today wanna company under four underperformance financially who's on the hook, the senior invest. Professional. So what do they do? They drop everything and work with management collaboratively and constructively to make changes to improve the company's financial performance. The same should be true when the company underperforms on ES g. issues. And yes, that requires standardization how we measure ES g, but we're on it. So folks, here's my call to action. It's your money. It's your pension fund. It's your sovereigns. Well fund, it's your university's endowment. It's your money, and it's your right to have your money managing line with your values. So use your voice and trust that it matters. It was your voice that God's the investors more conscious in the first place you protested for years because you didn't feel right about your money. Being invested in companies whose values don't line up with yours. It's time to use that voice again. But this time sort of pushing them to divest push them to engage, truly engage, truly work with management to make changes that will improve their performance. You made them aware of the issues you can now focus them on fixing them. Thank you. For more TED talks, but at Ted dot com. What percent of the food in American supermarkets do actually think is food. The definition of food is something that's stains nourishes nourishment is something that increases your health. So forty percent of the stuff in American supermarkets wouldn't qualify as food. Forty percent wouldn't qualifies food, right? How we connect with our food that's next time on the Ted radio hour from NPR subscribe or listen to the Ted radio hour wherever you get your podcasts.

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"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one. Napa know right now, you can get a twenty dollars prepaid visa gift card by mail with the purchase of a Napa legend premium battery. It's durability and power make at the obvious choice for people who hate getting stranded by dead car battery so pretty much everyone the Napa legend premium battery and twenty dollars back quality parts, helpful people. That's Napa know how no how participating Napa auto parts stores and Napa auto care centers. Limit two per household while supplies last offer ends to Twenty-eight nineteen. This week's episode of forked up is brought to you free today by truecar and madman. Podcast. One presents four up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that food politics and pop culture all while China give and now for your host, Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Hey, everybody. Welcome to fork up your co two podcasts for all things. Chocolate chamois and the Chernobyl that is twenty nineteen. I'm Michelle Dana is true Moya. That's a fruit. Something like that. Yeah. It's food related if it's has pudding consistency and Matt Holloway today. We are talking vinegar valentines suing over soup and rap battles. Turn to snack battles Dade seeing thing about the part that sharpen those knives. It's fourth step does kitchen podcast. What's up, y'all? So last week we talked about the fire fest Dox only for like three hours only for like all of our studio time. A lot of it got cut out time. But there were several points that we wanted to make we wanna you wanna come back to we're not going to rant on it. Again. I mean. Create. We're gonna this is our second podcast the fire cast, there's there's two points. He want ahead. Head on never one don't ever get in a plane with somebody who learned how to fly using Microsoft flight simulator and never actually learn to fly real plane bonkers don't do that. The lease crazy person to the document. I know he seemed like he had his shit together. I was kinda proud of them. Yeah. And I was like he took that simulator into the real world. Not what we're talking about. Right now, we need to we need to get back on point. But the second point we fucked those rich kids for destroying right? Somebody people's livelihoods, right? We talked about the locals in last week's episode. It's just Scott cut for time. We got some DM's about it. And we want to make sure that you know, like those poor fucking people. Off. Yeah. If y'all can go donate to her go fund me. I mean, I think she's she's doubled. She's flash just fine now, but that wasn't lost on us. I've just we were making fun of the rich kids. That's all that shit or all the people doing all the construction work. Like, it's not there. Giddy. Paid you to not get paid to be working around the clock. Like fuck that in this production is comes through your neighborhood fucks everything up, and then leaves? Yeah. So yeah. So fuck the rich kids, and there wasn't like I don't even remember what we said, we we were like that's as different from the people who live there in this shouldn't be happening to them. No, absolutely not. I mean, everyone deserves to get paid for their work irrespective of their position or anything like that. But fuck those guys and don't get in a plane with somebody who's never flown applying mute jaw rule. These are just some hot. I just couldn't fuck them believe that how is that not got more attention more in the fucking plane. Understand smoking gnarly that kick gotta sit together though, there's not enough toilets me and my wife are out. I mean, he's he's a real pilot now. It can't say he's not coming in covenant hut in February. Which is also we should mention this is black history month, y'all should go pick up a copy of the cooking, gene by Michael Twitty. Former guest to the pod and y'all y'all shoulda give that a read it's it's really curious about how the African diaspora influenced and really shaped and started southern cuisine, as you know, it like the cooking gene is the way to go its amusing on his familiar legacy. But also about our legacy as a country really with the Atlantic slave trade. So definitely check it out. And he we have his black-eyed pea HAMAs recipe on our website from the cooking, gene Googlers. Oh, hot damn. So I get the cooking, gene. By Michael Twitty this month for any month that you're looking to learn more. What else are we got on? Well, it was a super super rainy week last week here in Los Angeles power knocked out in our office for a couple of days LA, and we had to involuntarily. Clean are for. Yeah. So the kept telling us the power is about to go back on. So we didn't take the food anywhere else. Because it was like always about to be back on so three days later the power had not come back on. So all the food in our fucking. Fringe Stu was done ski. You know, we saved a couple of condiments and what we could. But a lot of it was gross fuck, but now the frigid freezer look at nice frigid. Our office is looking more like my fridge at home, which is a stark. Oh, look clean look center. Oh bless you. Just like a flood a few beers and some condiments in there. You're gonna say condoms like you like your condoms, chilled chill condom? Just with the kids doing this disgusting. Yeah, we had to we had to go to the farmers market and like reopened a ton of our shit. Yes. Oh, and then we got in a fight in the parking lot. Not physical fight. More shoving match. This is Michelle by the way. This is not like us fighting a stranger Ted. So there was a there was a what I call pylon is they have like the the black tar bottom, and then it goes up, and you call it a cone. It's doing homework, but it's not a cone cone is like a pyramid shape. I think of a pylon as something that's non moving. And I think if it's a mobile pylon eat then becomes a common, especially when it's cone colored. And it is doing homework says bushy we're gonna we're gonna do a fucking. It's a pylon survey survey on our Instagram stories. I'm going to get real answers from real people because cones are cone shaped does not cone shaped that is French fries shapes. It's how was a pilot. Square is a rectangle, but not all rectangles are square. Don't bring rectangles into the cone debate. That's I can't bring other teams. I'm talking about it. I'm going to ask the internet, and they're gonna tell you how wrong you are. That is a pylon not a Cohn Cohn Cohn shaped, I really like Goupil result. People also ask can a square rectangle Wikipedia one-sentence. Are all scores rectangles true or false? Third graders googling. Tangled is a square is a rectangle these Google results are just someone's math homework. Number four. Yes. No, maybe. Bless love. The let's get. The news. Oh, yeah. No. So I got I got some hot food news. Let's go. Yes. So we're doing our food history at the top of the show this week and Fayed has story. It's a good one. It's only ten gently related to food in so much as the word vinegar is used but stay with me people. Okay. So Valentine's Day, as we all know as a time for people to send love notes, sometimes signed your secret admirer, which is creepiest fuck, but people do it whatever. All right. Well, it's like I'm in Marin you from afar, but it's a secret can know who I am Stocker issue like me. Yes, or no. But you don't know who I am. Right. Do you like being liked? Being afraid. I would starting in the Victorian era and through the earliest twentieth century, people were also way more savage than we give them credit for so they would mail traditional Valentine's, but they would also mail. These things called vinegar valentines for their secret. What is it? So these cards are sold in the United States and Britain, and they had into reading card greeting cards. People would come by it and instead of offering like messages of love and affection, the just insulted a fuck you. Yeah. That's tight. They would either deliver. So they drop them in their mailbox or they'd fuck and post them. So it was an anonymous medium for saying mean ask things that you wouldn't say to somebody's face. Okay. Let's tied. I like that. So the opposite Valentine vinegar valentines, man. So sometimes it'd be just like little lightly mean stuff like they t- somebody for like being drunk or more often than not. They would suggest people going kill themselves. God, which obviously the comment section has always existed. So what we're saying if people is that humans are not any different now. In the early in the way that we're expressing. It has changed. How fucking brutal can you? Imagine someone anonymously sending you a letter telling you to do. Set yourself on fire. Finding tol you'll neighbor. I kind of do that though. I it's like if the hallmark card company had like a like a villain card company. You know what I mean? Saro desire. Hallmark just like really shitty. Mean cards is reading all about this on the Smithsonian dot org and wanted they have an example there that they have in the museum of one of these vinegar valentines on this, quote, everyone thinks you're an ignorant lout. Your part? So the end again these were sold. That's how popular they were that these were printed manufactured for large-scale distribution. Sometimes they would you know, they were designed to ward off unwanted suitors. Some like if you were chicken, you news. Some dude was like creeping on you. That'd be like, nobody likes you face Bill. Sometimes they were to make fun of somebody for putting on airs or for too much PDA sometimes telling women they were too aggressive, or like does anything you men pussy anything you could be like petty about. Yeah. And they had specific cards to insult different professions. Otani. It'd be like you plumber. You suck. Plum this. Yeah. Cobbler can't couple shit. I love it. And so if you're just if you're listening to this though, being like, oh, that's cute. I bet like five people did that. And then we're like implying a larger trend. These vinegar valentines this Massoni and says that by the early to mid nineteenth century, miniature Valentine's represented half of all Valentine sales in the US Deo half. So Valentine's is really like a love hate holiday. Oh my God eight high then. Do that. The us is Josh should send something mildly route. Nothing. Brutal. Don't tell them kill him. So never never tell anyone to kill themselves. But yeah, I mean, but yeah, I kind of liked it. Because. It's the one opportunity a year firing of grievances. And festivus. Yeah. Exactly. So if I'm like, I'm trying to put myself in the shoes of somebody who won Valentine's, they just get a bunch of shitty gifts. I would do some serious self-destruction. I'd be like damn pissed off a lot of people. I need to maybe behave better survey says I suck. Correct gut shit. Nick, see, I'm sorry, y'all. Thanks with shame. Yeah. Appreciate it. Five of them. Come in you resting be like, oh, no. So man is your food news for the week vinegar valentines, should we bring them back? Should they stay buried back? I I kind of want a little bit of it. 'cause people wouldn't see it coming. It looks out Radin lovely, and then you open it up. And it's just a devastating burn just says and like a very like eloquent cursive, go fuck yourself. You know, it goes along with my personal motto. What's that? You know, if you can't say, something nice, say, something devastating. That as my personal motto. I tried to be. Isis possible. But if you decide it's fucking over off you go. Oh, you got to knock them down so hard that. They don't want to get back or that. It's both mean and hysterical. They're like, well, I don't know if you can't come back from them. Bless bless. But you know, one word that I have to take out of my burn vocabulary. Visit chunkys chunky. So apparently Campbell's soup filed a trademark for the word chunky based on his well known line of chunky soups, which seems like a horrific overreach. Right. Yeah. I mean, that's a that's definitely a choice word to be associated with hasn't chowder been chunky longer than can't like I don't understand. So to get that trademark Campbell's had to convince the government that the brand has established a firm connection between its soups and the chunky name. Okay. So according to add week, the application included, a bunch of pop culture references. So like, they brought up the Donovan McNabb chunky soup commercials being parodied on SNL or S and L depending on who you are. That's deep cut. The new sets out there. Also ghost face killer had a line about Campbell Soup and one of his songs, we are we meet a chunky soup lake joke. I think our second years. Yes. They cited other evidence from the tonight show, Jimmy Kimmel, live daily show, etc. Etc. Etc. So Campbell's is like I'm tired of everyone referencing our brand and our soup with this word junkie. So we're just going to own it. Yes. So basically, they're ad campaigns were so successful that they influenced pop culture enough that people talked about them that now they can sue people who use the descriptors chunky in a way, they disapprove of. So they could assu d- us. No, they could well it's parody parody Hertie lawyer. But if we came out with a soup, and we call the chunky, and we could spell it differently. We could spell new valves call it can we call it chunk. Our chunky, but like to ease instead of a why I don't know, man. Well, so Campbell's obviously got the trademark 'cause they're richest fuck and twenty nineteen isn't a real year. We've established anything at all. But the company says it plans to defend only when appropriate so quote Campbell's rights in connection with the trademark chunky are solely limited to soup. So the use of the word chunky in connection with another type of food like milk would not be an issue. A spokesman said in a statement. What? Yeah. The example the Campbell. Spokesman brought up was say milk's chunky. That's fine. Ios wanna throw around chunky milk day. We're not gonna see that. You say chunky soup. Campbell's company is like get him out on the podium. Get him talking about chunky milk. The fuck is in this. Is this the family that was like losing their fortune Campbell's? Yeah, they are losing their money because they don't know what to do. And this seems like a good move. This smart. That's why y'all time. So the spokesman continued also the use of chunky style would be considered descriptive and not a trademark or brand name for this reason. Campbell's would not even object to the use of the word chunky in connection with his soup as long as it was a non prominent descriptive fashion. So you can say chunky style. What junkie style of junkie what the fuck. I don't know. But chunky milk is when you're disgusting. Campbell's a weird example like right off the top of their dome. We'll talk about chunky food. Let's talk about chunky milk. It's gonna keep being funny to me. It's just so fucking stupid. How was your first? I don't know. You could have said so many other things trademarks are funny. Yeah. We had some Gina trademark. We were trying to trade Mark some of our like eat like you give a fuck. You can't trademark swearwords guys. The because your mom runs the trademark office. I thought that was so ridiculous trademark office in the MPAA or the same. It's like twelve people in a room. The bad words are only bad if we make them that weight. Like if I say fudge with the right tone of voice, it's almost worse than fuck. Yeah. The intention's there. Yeah. So get the fuck over yourself with the heck stupid. Anyway. So chunky milk is in chunky soups, guys, take shrunk yadi vocabulary. When you're describing soup is Campbell's is coming for you. It's like how you can't say what it's on like Donkey Kong can't say that. Yeah. Why? Because they trademark debt who doggy com. Yeah. Nintendo. What? Yeah. Ob- is saying that shit. You don't know this? Yeah. After many years after the game was popular they patented it's on like, Donkey Kong, Nintendo, Nintendo. Quick question for you. What's on like Donkey Kong if you can answer what's on like Donkey Kong? Then you get the copyright. That's fucking stupid. People out here with weird legal battles weird beefs junkie bees. Speaking of a own food words, did you hear about that? Are that beef between Cheetos Doritos over the word flaming hot? No. You haven't heard about this. Oh, I thought I wind. Did you waiting hot after eight all of our buffalo cauliflower wings in one sitting and was describing my bathroom experience. Yeah. That's a few hours later. Did you watch the Super Bowl? I it was like one of their ads. They had like chance the rapper and backstreet boys. It was like a devito's on. Yeah. And they're like a bunch of smoker needs and like that Scott site, but like I mean anything chances in. I'm not mad at. Yeah. But like, I don't know Doritos, whatever take it or leave it. I'm not a big torito's fan. I don't I I don't really get it. So what's? So like that commercial was Doritos announcing that they're doing like a flaming hot flavor. Okay. And Cheetos responds with of they took exception to the. Yeah, they were like no like we think of flaming hot. What do you think of Doritos are cheetahs? Great start. Fusion's worked on me. So they he on exactly that. So Cheetos responded, they had an animated Chester the cheetah. Do a rap distract. Oh, jesus. Yeah. Not sure that. I don't know. Well, I children out there. MC scott. I did. Deposit. Watch the music video now, watch the view and the come back, and we talk about it. But yeah, they had it. They had a whole animated video where he's talking about. How Doritos can't claim flaming hot? And I gotta say chess sued the cheetah, he's got some bars. So he's got bars bars. I am not here for any kind of wrapping animated thing. Like, I know I had I have had enough of this. But I like, I don't know. I don't think the another brand can do flaming hot like she does can do flaming hot there the original. And I mean, I guess I'm more of a Cheetos person like if I had to come down on the side of a brand because you get knocked there's tons of knockoff cheetahs, tons of theirs. They see them everywhere. It's a snack that people. Everyone knows that flavor that tastes put are there. Really knock off Doritos Doritos Associati. No one even tries to knock him off. There's no like dollar Storebrand Doritos. Yeah. I can think of seen. Well, I got an open letter for Cheetos y'all should make a vegan ship and beat. Rados punch Fritos or vegan Fritos or vegan. Yes. Yeah. And they're owned by the same parent company. Yeah. That's what. Okay. I was going to bring that up this beef feels manufactured Cheetos into features on by the same. They are. They're both owned by frito lay frito lay. This is fake beef. This is this is click there buddy bullshit and free to lay is owned by Pepsi. So how many fucking commercials Pepsi having God goddamn Super Bowl? Tom Brady, that's actually cheetah. It's he's he's a Pepsi affiliate. He is a cheetah their little known facts. Little known fact he runs on rap battles with Doritos and fucking cheetah. This is fake internet beef. And I'm not I'm not here for the Doritos even have a mascot like at least Cheetos, they have a fucking cheetah. That's a very good question is the mouse offered to rita's it just like a it's like a gamer with a fedora. Scott like he's got a fucking Doritos dust on his fingertips that the those kids are discussed he also cosponsored by mountain dew. Yeah. I, you know, I don't but only Qodra not mountain dew regular mountain dew regulars for snowboards code red is for gamers. Okay. Did you know that in Disneyland in nineteen fifty five frito lay snack company opened custody? Fritos a Mexican style restaurant in Disneyland's frontierland team's gonna this. That's crazy. So this came from Disneyland this monkey anywhere. I'm gonna have to read more about the Doritos history. But no, there's no mascot. So Mickey mouse's behind this fake beef. Then I'm not buying it. You don't you don't like when the big mouse's involves Cheetos needs to make a vegan ship, and they they could win me over. 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Keep out of reach of children for use only by adults twenty one years of age or older. Welcome back to forced up a thug kitchen podcast today on the show. Our guest has been a cultural force since he busted on scene as the frontman of punk legends black-flag from the Rollins band his books. TV shows podcast Collins and specials. This is a man whose influence on American culture and progressive thought cannot be overstated is new special. Keep talking pow is streaming on Showtime now. Please welcome. The man the myth the legend, Mr. Henry, motherfucking Rollins. Thank you for being here. You are you are early, but the the pumpkin puncture took the word right out of my mouth. He's seen the script. It's your special is very funny. Oh, thank you. And happy early birthday, sir. Thank you very much twenty eight tomorrow look at day over twenty five years ago. How do you celebrate your birthday thing you do or a meal, usually what happens a myth, the office working Heidi who's been running my life managing me for about twenty one point something years? She says, okay. It's your day. We're going to do exactly what you want. So we're going to. And she tells me what I'm doing day. So wait a minute your favorite things. I thought this was my day. She goes it is getting the car take me here. And so that's what usually happens tomorrow. I don't know. And so I know I have a lot of work to do. And so it'll be work, and maybe dinner, it's it's kind of a non event for me. See you work on your birthday. I kinda work seven days a week. Just because I'm right now neck deep in a big book. I'm doing being the thank you being the self-employed type the DIY type. I'm kind of work as this fluid thing in that seven days a week. I probably should be getting to work. And so tomorrow, I'll wake up and go fifty eight and get to work do at least treat yourself like with a like a favorite meal like Goto kind of one nice thing that you do to set it apart. We'll you tomorrow night. If if I depends if I have company I'll ask if we're she wants to go, and she'll probably say anywhere you want birthday. Great. She'll fold up the wheelchair and put it in the trunk. Couldn't plug in the IV, and we'll go no probably get a good meal out of the deal. But I I don't really make much of my birthday. I used to be on stage for my birthday many years ago. I would do like a birthday like if especially if it's a Friday or Saturday, I would like a Thursday Friday Saturday three shows you'd wasn't a tour year of a few years ago when I turn fifty five that's that's what we did. I did like to Chicago when in Milwaukee something like that this time around there is no time to book it, and I just finished a long tour finished on December late December of last year. So I'm kind of done with shows for now. So tomorrow will be kind of a non event U2. or very very young. I'm. Older and shorter than everyone. I seemed to meet these days vote this just the point of making us there's going to there's gotta come tax. In your life, where the us don't really matter like anything after fifty. But how would you feel because you can't even be bothered to say fifty five fifty six fifty seven. What does it matter? Anything north of fifty people. Don't give a shit about the I'm yeah. Oh, you're me to turn a few years ago. How much how much hurts? Oh, everything. How many aspirin view taken today? What since four o'clock since I woke up with the fear of death and crew it gets the seniors up early in the morning because like death is coming. Got these the Dan got a season day because damn it. There might not be the next weekend. You are. You're really disciplined, dude. So try to be. Yeah. I got I just got to wonder what you do. You have a dish or something? Like, do you do you allow yourself to eat like a really greasy pizza free birthday? Do you have a cake is some kind of food or now that you suggested pizza, which is kind of my favorite food next to sushi. And like e can't eat pizza every day or you can. But you won't be that productive. So I do pizza on tour. We have pizzas once a week. Okay. On the bus all been good, boys. We get pizza. You gotta earn. It. You got to earn it. And I I do six workouts a week so three on one off. And I usually what one one and a half meals a day. So on pizza night. I go to large tomorrow night pizza that might be the be. That might be the call have to figure out good pizza in Los Angeles. I know there's some places that might be. Wow. That is a good call. But it would be a birthday a ice cream might happen. Which is another big favorite food of mine is less straight job. I had was in ice cream. Imagine you doing a customer service job. How long would you last in a customer service these days, I could do it easily because I'm Ernest and I'm in the entertainment business, I'm here to please. And so- serving it up is kind of what I do for a living. I come up with a show. I write a book I do a documentary. I want you to see it read it here at endure it, I've radio show. And it's all basically, I want you to to check me out. And so in a service job. I kind of when the waiter comes to the table. Okay. So who got what I already have everyone's orders, memorize he's the omelets. She's the salad. He's the dead elf, like, whatever whatever I would probably slip into that really easily like whatever amid a Starbucks. I look over the counter gone guy. Could I remember like to squirts of that you go over to that? I could do this challenge of. Well, I I'm in the people business since I was well minimum wage work. Put me in the. Retail. And then in the entertainment business, people are kinda sorta my bread and butter and for a person who's pretty solitary. I'm not young going to parties parties make me anxious. However, I'm in front of a lot of them. They write me. All right back. They hit me. I su-. But in front of them looking for their approval, so I can go and do it to them again on the next tour. Right. And so a straight job as I call it the straight world, I could get by in it because I know it so well, it would be confining because I just don't have a straight world mind when I was young when I got out of high school in eighteen seventy nine win into the meaningful fulltime adult working world when okay I was used to it from summer jobs in all of that allow fifty sixty hours a week on your feet. I just didn't think I was going to survive it all that. Well, being kind of crazy like I am somewhat creative. And thankfully, punk rock is a thing that lets people with no talent in any way. So you can have an attitude and that'll pass for talent. And that's how I got in and from their films talking shows my Showtime special that is now on multiple platforms, which I'm sure you'll you'll promote radio show documentaries. I've written screenplays they've been made into movies stuff like that. It's all all of this has happened to me. But I come from a working class mindset. Like, I get up every day as early as I can scrape myself off the mattress, and I go to work, and I always have something to do this. Never nothing to do ever. We are we work in Arbor is too. Yeah. So we get what choice. Do you have really if you're on your own doing your own thing? If you're not taking orders, you've got to give yourself orders. You have to be your own worst boss and keep your son really kind of drive yourself along. Because it's all when you when you've beaten the grind like in a cubicle that you hate with people that, you know, office politics, and you really doing your own thing risking a lot. And so you it's yours to lose. And you'll miss it. When you lose it. You know that freedom the up at four. Yeah. You get to get up at foreign work for yourself. You want to get up in four work for him. Yeah. You entrust me? It's better when you're doing it for yourself. And so the up at four I feel miserable. I'm tired cheer up. It's yours. At least you're not putting an apron on an ask in Collin someone Searle that day and earning somebody else money. Yeah. You talk about in your special about being underpaid yet and the callousness and inability to be perturbed at anything because you were underpaid for so long that resonated so deeply with matinee we come from very like working class. Background. So when you said that we're both like oh shit there. Yeah. It's just like you can't I'm dead inside. You can't bother. This. America kills you off in a way, I'm not putting America down. It's my favorite place, but I've been pretty far and wide in my life. And I spent a lot of time at a time outside of America months. Go by I'm not in America for work in America. The point I'm making this American work, so hard. We we beat ourselves senseless. And you look at the diet like we worked so hard. But we feed ourselves that no wonder our arteries are clogged or blood is thick in our hearts are begging for mercy. No wonder there's pills because you don't have a chance to go to the gym. 'cause you're working one and a half jobs and eating that putting that in your system, you see these ads for this food like what's a two dollars and thirty nine cents a good deal would it. But what it's doing to your body. You're shaving years off your life. And like a you read books. I don't have time to read books in the guy. Probably doesn't have time to read books as America, basically is a is a torture rack, and you have to be very. Smart and very agile to kind of get around the beating that almost any average American can take and you go to some parts of America. This whole towns or unhealthy like you'll lot obesity fat. Mom, fat dad, fat kids, and I'm not putting no fat people. I'm just saying that's not healthy. Yeah. It's including depression. Yeah. Well, it feels depression it sucking to get that kind of foods not going to get you out of depression. So you go to the food source where they getting the food that you go to the WalMart, you go to these places. You like, oh, you watch these good people shop. Yeah. And you're like, wow, you're just now you someone gave you a stick and us going beaten yourself with it, you're you're just policing yourself with. And so we Americans are really good at working too hard working too much and not enough art, not enough culture. Not enough music. We dig our music at the halftime Super Bowl thing. Cool and stream it or not necessarily having a record player. And so you see other parts of the world. They were they look at us. Wow. Y'all are crazy. You like that treadmill? What I what? Don't have time to argue with you. And that's that's a danger in this country. And there's a lot of western ideas. I disagree with like retirement. Like, I'm going to work really hard with this in this building. I hate with these people I can't stand. So one day I can stop at eight years of macgyver, a fishing trip as much pizza and Guinness as I want, and then I'll explode on the couch and dying and that that kind of gold watch. What's finally mine? Finally, I have time to like. Wow, man. But you don't have a body to get up and go do it. A you're not there anymore when you get to that point enjoy -ality you've lost. Will you took you took the stick? And you beat it out of yourself. And at some point you can't blame anyone else. Put yourself you have to take some responsibility. And I'm not sitting here putting people down to saying this country is tough on its inhabitants. It's so hard because like you were saying being on the treadmill to take that moment to question. The system you're apart of makes you feel like you're behind and what are you gonna do like him? I'm gonna go make this company you go right ahead because your life savings is going to get spent this week making that thing happened and the stats are against you like young musicians. Like Henry, what do I do? Like, if you have to ask me, you don't stand a chance, you're already know you have to ask should I pal go back to school because it should questioning it is early because it's going to get worse. Well, either you have it, and you go out there and are willing to die for it. But you know, how many people did Iggy ask should I heat? Put the light right here. That's how I went into music like how you going to be fine. I ate today. What are you doing next year next year? I don't know what I'm doing next week try and stop me. I'd never asked. Should I the good mentality? You either passer die. Steve Martin clout be so good. They can't ignore you. But in America, I it's very hard to get out of because now even mortgage, here's a kidney in one on the way, the car doesn't work all that. Well, but there's a job. I don't like it. But it's a job you want to get out of that. I want to become a insert any interesting job title. There. You want to spend eighteen months finding out that doesn't work and have the house go upside down. That's what a lot of Americans risk. They're barely getting by. So when you see a thing like a government shutdown? You see how quickly real America's going Ono health after day after school for the kid or my heart medication Ono make institute. Why this why are you making me choose this because this sucks, and that's what a lot of. That's what keeps a lot of Americans in harness. And that's for that western idea of the cared at the end of the stick the gold watch. And all of that the pension with a, you know, a heart. That's looking to explode. There's a lot of like social media counselor like millionaire mindset kind of bullshit. It's like that. That hustle and grind sort of mentality. But it's like these dudes are they're making like thirty grand a year. And this is like well, but they also had never they've all they haven't made the soccer net below them the whole time. Exactly. So there's no risk. You're born into money. I always wonder about a new those. I'm not gonna say the guy's name. But that guy's really casual in how walking through houses he doesn't own. Yeah. This is my house. No, it's not these are my cars. You can see the rental thing on the on the on the license plates. So busted, our SA. Some real quick we have a mutual friend who literally just posted on Instagram him climbing into an expensive car. And if you zoom in on the back left higher, you're like, oh, the car is being towed. He's standing up and his caption was like how to flex for dummies. And both of us were like, dude, you're not flexible. The car is first of all it's not a mere car. Second of all. It's being towed. What are you? What are you trying to convey to your followers here? Well, why do you feel like I've made thirty million dollars in? I'm going to help you really if you're busy making thirty million dollars. You wouldn't be like, hey. And now, I'm gonna help you is this radio trickle down. Just just not how rich people get rich. Stay rich by helping you right, unless you're a sucker because it's going to cost you to get this free thing in the mail call now and that at runs every day supplies limited. Dude, I've heard that ad for six months. I've never met a rich guy. Who said, hey, I want to make you rich. Drive in screwing drinkin- the enrich. They're busy being rich. And like, hey, help me you and your crap car in the one on one go, screw yourself. Man. Musician pit bull. He does like once a year in LA, he has like convention that people pay hundreds of dollars, and they go. Listen to pit bull talked about how how did how to be rich? Yeah. I see the billboards all the time. And they're always bothers me is that they're they're never in the nice neighborhoods are always in like, the low income neighborhoods. Some like do that's fucked up a hundred dollars one hundred dollars to go. Listen to this guy that that doesn't mean much to me because I I've savings if you are that's view working for a living. That's a lot of dollars. You're making decisions too. I do this or do what are we gonna eat this month because we're spending this one hundred dollar Bill for most people that's more than one full day's work. I've heard his music. It's there's an audience for it. I'm not that audience. That's all I mean shit. I grew up on black flag. Yeah. It such micro th. But it's interesting that that get Richard die trying thing in America. I just don't necessarily see it anywhere else in the world were said such a premium like it's not even like a wanna get by. It's like I need to get rich. Like, wow, you need all the cake in one in you know, you're gonna drink a whole bottle tonight. Who is that person? They said that America's Americans think of themselves as temporarily disenfranchise millionaires like all of us have those people get cleaned out near the go to those seminars. And they're told a walk on hot coals and stuff, and they just come home thirteen hundred dollars broker, and they still go back to the job. I just don't know how much I've watched some of those motivational videos just to watch them. Wow. This is some BS. I mean, most of the time it was found people just want to be seen, you know, people want. They wanna feel like they relate in these jobs. So many of us have we're just clogs and. It's drilled into how replaceable you are. And how you should be grateful to be here. And so if somebody just like looks at you and acknowledges that you have dreams and Embiid of your own like, I can see how that you can do it. Yeah. And that's that's the cell is like you're so close you just need to come to my seminar. And I'll fuck until you how to do it. I just wonder you social media at everyone wanting Neil all the people taking photos of themselves. I wonder what came first this loneliness. The or the internet created this incredible vacuum where people have like eighty eight thousand photos on their phone of their dinner. There are like where were you before your cell phone by a lot of people? Can't remember people will wait a minute. I was given one on my seventh birthday is kind of all I know is watch people, you know, when they're in public. The can't just stand. You know, we have to constantly like look at a phone if you're sending in line, or if you're waiting on your front to come to a table, and it's we don't know how to be alone anymore. So we always feel lonely. Yeah. Yeah. That's a thing. I mean, I'm not I'm not sitting here trying to put people down. But I don't have my phone with me today. And I got outta my car about half an hour ago and clapped my. It might be. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. I'll get the time check off the car, and I'm sure there'll be o'clock somewhere. But I'm not I don't even know how Instagram or Facebook works. I I have no life in that. But I'm one of those people I'm online the computers always on one of the several. I have always on always online. And I'm looking at my phone for the time now, and then or texting, but I'm I'm I'm not immune. I'm in it too. And I I worked to keep my I don't have a TV 'cause I know I'll watch it. Yeah. Anyone else? I'll binge-watching thing you put the Dexter weekend on I'm in. And so I have to keep away from it. Like if you gave me pizza every that wouldn't walk by it going. I don't think so I right in there. And so I keep myself away from this a lot of this stuff because life is really short eclipse up on your fast. See your fifty like by next week is like, and if you're spending four hours a day worrying about whose body shaming you. Wow. That's too bad. But I see that all over the world a lot of people have fallen into it anywhere, you go just Taipei every was looking at their phone Beijing everyone's looking at their phone kind of no matter where like parts of Africa like way out in the sticks like nowhere, south Sudan. What are you doing looking at my phone out here? That's interesting. Yeah. Even more it's creeping back into my memories of things to where I think I had a phone. I'm like, no, I didn't have a cell phone back. Then, you know. And like how did I do that? What did I how did I get around? I do a lot of research for just for writing articles and music stuff. And I honestly have forgotten what I did to research facts and figures everything from when this album came out to win this war started before the internet. Yeah. Yeah. I remember really we'll have a library of books. I've tons of reference books. So yes, I guess unified her old Rolling Stone single. I need to the right date on him going through some Rolling Stone in policy of singles, or whatever I have all those big boring telephone books, but I never touched him for years because I have the internet. But you're you're like you're a bit of a collector. So that's. Pacific time. But I just I just wonder if my mind worked differently before I just had all that info at my fingertips, if my brain has gotten has atrophied at all because I don't have to get up walk across the room. Pull the book down thumbed pages in the go get up the magic marker and underlined the thing happening upon information. I think back when we used to have to look things up in that way and flipping through used to come upon other information, you'd have a ton of phone numbers remembered, I mean, I remember one I don't even know mine. I have to actually turn the phone. Look. I'm like, okay FM. And then there's looking you don't know your own phone number like, I don't call myself. I'm right here. Fair point. Right. But I to a certain degree my mind is atrophy too. And I make a point of never trying not to can't lie. Candid trying not to use the map thing in the phone in the car to get somewhere. I live here, I should know streets. And some neighbors are more familiar with it than others. Beverly Hills nut as much as other parts of LA, but I would like to be conversant on these streets and not necessarily just be looking at a screen to gently guide my trembling Panch at the destination. And so he miss a lot of the good parts of the city when you're looking at a map, and when I was a PA I learned from like Santa Clarita down to Long Beach like the back of my hand. Yeah. Because you have no choice it developed it enforces your aptitude. Where if you can do a job, you could do anything. You must be a nine thousand in one person Europe problems other in everyone's already mad at you. Got it. And it's every day and everything's late and everything's over budget and everyone's pissed off. And it's probably not your fault that someone needs you to yell at someone and good thing. It's not you're not on a Michael bay film. Oh, oh, weren't you? Stories. I don't know what my nondisclosure agreements. Probably a pretty movies, but I've never seen an adult yell at other adults like that. I think had a perfect on. She come to the grocery store that I worked at. Thing bay lot of emergencies. He's a complicated too. But I've never seen him happier than when he's playing with his dogs, and that was very endearing. I was impressed by the good look movies. He makes wondering why you must yell at a man four inches from his face at three in the morning. 'cause he's mostly unhappy. That'll do it just never seen anyone conduct themselves. In that way. I asked around everyone said, what do you mean? This is just is just Tuesday. It's this this is how it's going to be sometimes that that people think that's a trapping of influence or like power is to be able to yell at people. And it's like, no you should get to point in your career where you don't need to to be able to. I it. How are you? You were we read some stuff that said, you are a little reluctant to do a taped special is that it was like your agents did anything except put you on stage. I just I come from punk rock, and no one wants you. And so many years ago. I I see CAA who are amazing CAA came to me and said we want to be your agents for everything and in my state and station in life. I'm not used to someone saying, hey, we want you. If I was like twenty three maybe. But not now, and I was amazed. So I went well. Yes in it's been nothing, but smiles ever since so one of the agents said we're going to get you a Showtime special. And I said, yeah. Just like that. Right. You snap your fingers. The guy shows like. Like he just made it like such a like a foregone solution. Wow. Great. Hi. We're going to bring someone to see you. They're going to dig you. And it's going to happen. I'm like, okay, man. I mean, I think the guy knows better than I do at. So I did a festival date last year up in northern Cal and met the Showtime guy. Very nice. And I did the gave me an hour on sater's is did my thing the material I had last year kinda spilled it out and the guy came up to me afterwards and said, so that's what you do on. That's what I do. He said head we shot that that would have been it. So if you can do anything kinda sorta like that, we're we gotta show. I said really he said, yeah, that was totally cool. How how tight was that? Like, how could you practice everything into the ground? I go on staging. What am I gonna do? I don't want to get it wrong and make a paying audience go. Well that sucked and it might suck anyway with best of planet yet. But I'd rather go in there on okay? I get your work. Yeah. I just think with an audience. I I like the more than they'll ever like me. I need the way more than the lever. Need me because they have choices. I don't they got how many options an audience have these days and me, I got them. That's that is my option. So I can't fail them. So I do all I can to make sure I'm if I'm going to be slinging hashish should be a high nutritional greatest possible shit will. Yeah. Otherwise, you go up there week. Broth beat my honors Yuki, either pretty sharp, you can't fool them. And so I'd shoes wooden dare. So I did my thing. I was a laser targeted as possible. And they went weaken us that. So the paperwork got done and they sit. So how do you want to shoot? This said you tell me this. We'll we'll get you. Nice small venue. You know, where it kinda easy to shoot. Everyone's happy the right there. Go great pick some cities, we have good audiences. So I said, well, we're in the Pacific northwest is right there. I'd rather shoot it out of LA. Just I. LA's finest rather not be home puts me in a different head space. When I when I can't drive home from the venue. I've just feel like I'm on the road. And that's what my canine conditioning comes in. So I said well Seattle Portland there right there. People are nicer smart. We kind of are on the same page, and they they found this. Nice place in Portland. I have a great audience there for since I was young twenty. They've just been great to me we booked two sets. They blew out the places his biggest from and I did what you saw. If you saw the thing. That's what that's what I did twice to seventy minutes says which was odd because usually I have no time restraint idea like two hours, and I focused on more of a humorous stuff because some of the stuff I talk about on stage. There's no laughs at all. Like, I've told stories about being in south Sudan. There's nothing funny. When I saw it doesn't make any less than tanning though. But this was like Showtime comedy specials. So and I do have stuff that will if you they laughed the audience did where it is funny. Well, I'm not funny. I'm just reporting on that which is funny, and so I- prioritized more of that stuff because I have you usually have a ton of it. They. Shot it. They edit my manager was edited as well. And it came out and the guy at smartandfinal, he said, hey, man. I like your thing. I got two or three letters said, I saw your thing. And then I got about twelve letters saying f you angry white men who are angry at the idea of the parents millions of white men to that was a funny. It was funny funny. All right, man. I thought it was fucking hilarious. No NASCAR fence gonna get carpet bombed we cover recover not in their lifetime. And this these men were just if you man if you ever need a cop using this don't feel the street and bleed out. Wow. Pulled on gonna go slug. My wife this hour. What are we to prove your point that you were making this much? I'm of the mindset that if you if you do something that everyone likes, then it's it's not interesting like you gotta have at least somebody a little pissed off. If that's a byproduct of being quite honestly, I don't come up with things to make an audience mad at I some people will then you're whipping out will I do not agree. Like when some people say, well every ban should have some responsibility to do what will to raise awareness, really if they want to sing about cars and girls. I'm not putting any rules on band practice? If you wanna sing about that. Go ahead. I have some records like that. I I grew up with them. I still play them. You want to be Joe strimmer and get into something else. I got that record too. I just don't but with as far as being on stage. I see some comedians, and they're looking to those to say something and the wo- like, yeah, man. I'm on the edge pushing your buttons. Okay. I just don't think that way it every once in a while the on some kind of show or podcast and the sale you're pretty controversial at a he just wants to get me going. I'm like really named one thing that occurs to you that I've said that's controversial will Mike really because I'm not I'm not I'm not I'm in favor of literacy empty prisons full classrooms. So where's the controversy? I'm like really because I'm not telling you to go into those vows, I guess what they need any click. Bait is something. But I've never been of the mind I'm going to write something to piss audience off because you should see my audience. They'll be waiting for you outside. If you make the bat, they'll do the Darville deviate your septum right now. And so I'm not looking. At my age. And he's sixteen year old can knock me out. And so I've never in performance. I've never made. He was some lyrics. Your point of view might rub against the grain of LAPD. The Reagan administration something like that were many things I wrote for the LA weekly or what I've written for a lot of newspapers and magazines during the invasion of occupation of Iraq, which always completely against. I wrote a lot of things said a lot of things like people standing up on my show yelling at me and storming out. Get outta my country. Okay. I didn't say that thing to piss you off Mr Guy from Orange County. But I guess when I said this war is fake that offended you I wasn't trying to offend you. And talking about my wars. Not sorry. Yeah. But I didn't go. Well, I'm gonna get these people riled up. And during with all of that I worked for the LA weekly for many years, and they changed ownership and. I left if you say fire the, and I I went I wasn't fired, but I quit in solidarity. I wrote things that engendered hate mail almost weekly when I would write about Sarah Palin or Donald Trump. He not a fan, but I'm wasn't trying to irk. You proverbial you trying to be provocative. Oh, hell, no. I just think because ultimately I'm held I have to defend my points of view. So I can't say allows us trying to get you going because now you won't take me seriously at all. Yeah. Some people they they kind of specialize in hot takes. And then when you push them, you're like, yeah. But you really believe that like I was just trying to deliberately misunderstand something they can be outraged. Yeah. And that that faux outrage, I mean, I think that's you see that a lot of twenty four hour. I mean, we got a lot of real fucking problems to be upset about. There's a lot of outrage. If we don't need the internet's. It's interesting. What gets I watched some news. I do a lot of reading of news. I watched some. And it's interesting what the priority is. And I I think our current president has kind of turned news media into a reality show because good a well. Yes. But we all kind of to a certain degree millions and millions of us at bought in. When you see? Oh, he said this word wrong. He got the punctuation wrong at a speech. Okay. Look what he's doing with the EPA. Yes. Because that's some real irreversible. What you what they're doing to the water over here? The forest over there. That's no joke like he's a failure. No. He's getting it done his agenda. Lot of judges are going to be very hard on women people engaged people in Brown people that he put him in office for long lifetime terms. He is. Well, you're looking at his golf game. He's filth. The firing water the air and making drilling happened. Everywhere. I'm rolling back safety on school lunches getting mad about fuck really tight LGBT stuff. And this is long lasting stuff. That will get good people really disenfranchised even people who voted for him, and I refuse to use the word deplorable. I just I don't call any American deplorable even when they're wearing the dunce cap. I've just like it yet. He you Doug. And you voted cool. Yeah. I mean, I get it with any taxonomic is ruined for a floor the Hitler moustache. You can't he needs to be like one hundred years before red hat's come back and sold it. Yes. But the really well, he connected. I mean, I connect with people for a living. I watched the speech, you gotta laugh that was good. Good timing. We're on the other hand to watch Hillary. You're missing you're not connecting with these people. You're really shrill, you're smart, and I am on your side. But you're you lost these people, you're not connecting someone should know. She should've had some people around are just loosen up lady. Like, she should had like patent awful trouble. Okay. Here's what you need to do. So for Hillary. He's he's smarter than any ten people in any room. Yes. At the time. And that's where I worry about this country is the distraction and what's getting done while you're looking over here. They're over there working twenty four seven putting ourselves into camps of deciding that like, they are different kinds of people than we are depending on who you voted. It's like, no, we are all very similar, and if we focus on how dissimilar we are never going to be able to have a conversation. And that's how the bread gets may this. How you make the sausage like this agreement that they might have going to propose to the president this week as far as keeping our government open. It was made where everyone walked out of there. Grumbling a little because they didn't get everything they wanted the negotiation. That's kind of how it's supposed to work some days. You get thirty five percent of what you want. Sometimes you get sixty five percent. You get you got some it. Hopefully, it will get you reelected, but getting all of it that scorched earth thing all you create is winners and losers when. Everyone's got a win some in loose some and get a little we're all the boats get lifted by the tide, and that's kind of the mess wherein. And at this point, you know, I'm coming up with material and things to import to an audience for my next tour. Like, what am I going to say to these people that I think is worthwhile? And this is this. I've been thinking about a lot of this stuff as you know, we're looking at the next presidential election. The next members of congress and Senate in all of that. Like, what would you say? That's not would everyone else is saying that would be beneficial in helpful. I'm sure you to wanted other questions to be answered. So like like, I'm sorry. If this. You know, I I'm just doing tense. We love talking politics and about like this pollution show to the putting us for sticking with us. Because like we we sometimes we do just between the two of us when we do our new segment we go on fucking political tangents, the we ended up cutting down. Well, no. So so what do you guys usually ask the the rich behind? I don't know. I honestly don't have any questions for you. I'm the stoked to meet you because I remember like I think I was like fourteen or fifteen and I read in one of your books. He talked about you were talking about depression, and you talked about how feels good but also like bad at the same time. But but how you can use that as a tool and try to not necessarily control it, but don't let it control you. Now, you jitsu you can it'll flip you or you can flip. It exactly now is a kid that was the first time that I had heard any celebrity or anybody of. Note even talking about depression, let alone saying, you know, what it sucks, but it doesn't. No. It doesn't always have to be bad. And just I don't have a question. I'm just saying like, thanks. Yeah. I knew is that is that change for you over time. It will. I think everyone's different everyone is like a thumbprint in that you can't broad-brush depression than anything else is different for everyone else like autism. Every anyone who has it. It's going to show up differently. There's might be some traits. But you know, people are tricky were. So high functioning with I knew I was I didn't know the words, but I'd always asked my mom like, you know, I was like seven six why am I why my bummed out whatever the six year old version is like why do I sit in my room and stare at the carpet for like how many hours you got listening to one side of a captain kangaroo record over and over for company. And she goes, well, Honey, it's depression, and I will have we'll we'll write about it. And she's she would give me a Pat and a pencil right about how you feel which actually helped. And that one of the reasons I'm a writer is you can write it out. And so you're turning feelings into an art form, and you, and you can Externalizing kind of a ha it's this, and maybe you. Can read it back and go. Okay. Here's a way around it or a way to under or over it through it, you it's for me doesn't work to be. Yeah. Take it, and you chisel it into something. So instead of going through it I go with it. Because it's it's like a tattoo is not going anywhere. It's it's with me. So it's like oh good morning. You're like, oh, yeah. Oh, it's going to be one of those days. Okay. I'm this. I'm canceling appointments, I learned to laugh, adding like, wow, you poor bastard. Well, let's let's go, and let's find something to laugh at we'll it'll be the topic will be me. I'm funny enough. And so I've learned to deal with it. Because it's such a a ever present thing in my life, and I wanna to do stuff. I don't want to sit on the couch in mope, and I am prone to that. So I just have I that's one of the reasons I work out so much. I've realized that man running swimming, the anything that gets the heart up music yelling with the music on in your house all of that helps and so that's what got me into the gym like, wow, this is totally this is a good pill. I don't do any medication. Except aspirin. Yeah. I don't want to those kind of drugs scare me. And so whatever else. Adults me ADHD whatever else I've tried to if it's an energy form if it's a lightsaber, I try and use it for good like I can't hang out with people. Okay. We'll I'll sit edit this damn thing for twelve hours and rewrite and rewrite that I can do or not all that doesn't miss anybody. Okay. We'll put him on tour for ten months, and I can just go like if they said, hey, there's a film that wants to shoot in Lebanon in its start Sunday for six months. They wanna give you the part. Would I leave Friday for that? What's today? Oddly tomorrow, isn't that? I'll take it. You won't see your home for nine months. That's who fuck it. I want to do stuff. And so I kinda keep throwing myself off the couch, which you can get you into some trouble. You might say, yes. To some pretty dodgy project. Acts like films yet another film where a stuntman in. A rubber mask is chasing me. Do that you in that movie? No you asked hopefully. I'm not sure which movie, but probably not you great in Portland you though on thanks that was fun day of work in the drummer in the band, Brendan Canty of Gazi anesthetics. He's so talented, and I've known I've known Brendan for a hundred years, and he's just one of those guys who's so smart, his whole family smart. His kizer. Smartest wife has smart. He can play every instrument on stage. He can make your soundtrack for your documentary documentary. He's the best drummer you'll meet this this year. He's kinda wrings every possible bell. I did not know I should have known. How funny he would be because with Portland at least art are episode Reddin Kerry, basically give you a script. But it's an outline here's mission. Ad-lib it on action. Just you know, improv it. Yes. And so we're all kind of good at it. A Fresno a lot of acting. I've done a lot of acting. So I got those beats down, but Brendan and Chris like how non? Actress is kind of tough when work if you're an actor working in an acting environment with non actors is like the soft tyre on the car. So what's this going to be? We'll have some laughs. We get going on these scenes, and I've never watched it. But I don't know if you saw any of us biting the inside of our cheeks every single time, Brendan would say something because there's this one scene where we were supposed to go to our little band protests at Fred's all into, but we see an antique store. So US Middle aged loser men we pull over and we go and Tea-king friends. Like, what are you guys doing struggle to pick you up compasses like this would look good Renton goes into this whole thing. Like, you guys wanna do lunch? And of course, you'd go. Yeah. His we we can go to snarky which is this restaurant. He just made up. Yeah. Yet, they make their own cheese. And you're like, oh, no. Because you're trying not to laugh. He's like, yeah. They make throw cheese in the back as the there. It's really good. He goes. Yeah. And we're just holding it in and finally Carrie who's directing go and cut and everyone would just fall over like a weasing bag, and he most fun when you get to just like have this. But he did that all day when he stole like kinda stole every scene at Fred's. Really good friends. Really good. But it was it was branded every seen on like, dude. You should do this more often because you're not even trying and he just was killing it. You gotta you gotta like meet the anti-gatt. You know, kind of like you talk about it a little bit in your special on beating the audience into submission. Oh the election, right? Right. I've done thousands literally thousands and thousands of shows in my life, thousands of them. And one of the strangest shows I've ever done in my life was in Washington DC on the night of the last presidential election. I'm several months into the tour of a well oiled machine got my stories. I'm just fourth gear fit wgiram happening looking at my wonderful hometown audience. Who's looking at me like they just found out their house got broken into or pipe burst inside the wall. And then back at their crutch crotch look at fear crotch, look a fear. I'm like, and that's funny. You're not laughing. And you're an as the show goes on people showing to list to the side like they're taking on water or losing air and bombing in real time in your hometown. I I still have another hour of stuff shit. And I'm like, wow. Do I just say thanks good night and run because there are looking at me like people are almost in tears on my do I really because last night. Oh, Ma they seem kind of into it. Yeah. This was just like I've gotten rid of all the wasteful parts is like lilies, it's enter the dragon. I it's like a like eighty shows in on really and your bombing. And I'm bombing like you can ear hair growing. And so the show finally screams in agony dies on the side of the road. Like, okay. We'll thanks. Good night. Wow. So I walk off stage with a lump in my throat. Yes. See a friend of mine, and I said to her I said, what did I just do? She is it's not you. And we were standing backstage, she'll look at your laptop. And I was like everyone was watching the new president as become naked in real time. While I was on stage for watching state after state fold. So that they're the see you, and they you know, they've paid for the babysitter and everything and they're trying their thing. The dinner, but your there's nobody no-show no material that could no rats. No from that. No. Yeah. They're watching it on their phone because everyone has it. And I'm the only one in the building not in real time with America at the Henry bubble. You're on the dark side of the move to. It's like things are straying. When I usually do on election night. I do a show in Washington the night before it's like, I say, okay, tomorrow, go vote. I'm care. We vote for some the my business, but get out there, raw and Obama wins. Who Ray in this time around? Wow, I have never ever gonna do that again. So I'm, you know, next year, we'll be an election year. And I'm already getting gig offers like hey election season. We want yell at you wanna come into a show here. I'm like, well, I don't know man in like, hey, you wanna do Sean night of the election? No phone go. And so that was one of the strangest gigs maybe the single strangest gig I ever did was like a two hour. Slow motion car wreck we're had this all exiled for two hours of like, how did you say? Thing though bit a relief when you found out though, and you're like because now you're part of it and you're like holy shit. I can't believe that. But also like, oh that makes sense. The next night. I told that story was great. Okay. Here's how I bombed, and it's kind of funny, but my audience they weren't into the results that are kind of Levick. I get this fresh. Yeah. The only uplifting five days later somewhere in the beautiful midwest. And I'm doing a show on they see everyone like flinching and diving and I'm thinking my material must be like just ripping them to shreds. Stop the said like what what is going on in the guy raised his hand. Like we're in school. I said, yes, I said there's a bat in here. As he said at this bat, it's like just. Raped. My face. Oh, poor guy was like lost in the I gave everyone that facts. I said when you laugh and clap in this closed environment. The bats ears are going crazy disoriented thing you can't find level and the poor bat like clutch the side of the curtain on my left the door of the theater opens it a guy in like in a car, heart pants outfit like. Like, I said are you up that catcher any kind of what I guess I said is that a bad catching stance? The sky. In the light of the lobby with the smell of the popcorn wafting in as he's like in bet catcher stance. Kind of well he's way up there. The loosely. We all the that disappeared two fold of the curtain. I guess we forgot about him. We were we were doing a cooking demo once and it's in front of a live audience, and it's being recorded and everything and there's a fly up on stage. Fly. Ends vibe killer. And I'm looking I'm looking at the screen and like watching the camera that's on us, and you can occasionally see the fly cross camera. It's so fucking big and annoying. So I just like reach up in the air, it grab it. I missed her Yagi the fly like how the how I know. The. Flicking cooking demo fly in your hand. Like audience is like holding his flight. I'm like fuck now. I don't know what to do to get off stage. Eaten at to get off. Stage go to the back door let it out get back on stage and be like all right? Well, I'm not serving with my right hand. So but every time like with the bat and with the election is it like a ego. Check for you too. When you're like, oh, I thought this is about me. And it's about the bad. That's in the theater. Perfectly funny in your life in your in your real life. Yeah. You do like food podcast food TV food food stuff. We mostly right cookbook. Okay. So so you to qualify as foodies is his thing. Is that I feel like forties. Okay. Is is that a pejorative term denotes a certain class. Okay aspects I actually worked with one. Yeah. He and his in his great. Yeah. But he and his wife they will go to Transylvania for the meat pie. And when we were shooting a TV show on the night off, you would find this place with this fear with the has cocoa in it, and like yak blood, and like he and his wife that is their weekend will drive somewhere because the empanadas are like to die for and they're into it. And they've actually said here try this you. Yeah, that's cool. And that's I that's definitely like what I would consider foodie, but I you guys cook our whole thing is trying to get people to eat more vegetables. But not the not asking them to like, go to farmers markets are super precious about it's like if you can get it at the rouse or the dollar about your diet. I probably don't eat enough vegetables. I like them, but I tried to get more in. But I'm just lazy and that your target market. Our whole thing just eat more fucking vegetables. I live alone. I am hyper utilitarian, I want food this fast. Then I go to trader Joe's, I'll stump for them since I was like twenty I've been going there, and I'm twenty eight now, and I buy a lot of frozen food because I can throw it into the microwave us ready minutes into my mouth and go back to work. And so as a cook, I'm like Indo because I'm not doing thirty minutes to make a meal. I feel nervous going into restaurants. I like to bring the laptop with me, but it's rude on a date. And so I probably your target audience because I don't cook. I scrambled eggs on the stove. That's all I do with my stove. So stove argue. I don't use it. I I'll bet you have a nice though, I do. I have no one. I have I have a half of a stove. It's literally it's the magic chef. So it's one of the it doesn't even have like the five burners or whatever like, they're it's so small that you can't cook. I kinda burners that are side by the PSA big one that came from in some box from Italy Viking nine people. And you're just Yambol eggs is fucking. Resale when you finally wanna ditch the house. So they said that make your kitchen really nice. We recommend this phone sale. Among okay, it's an investment looking for an unused kitchen. You wanna buy one of your house purely a thumbprint of me in there? Yeah. I'm so. I'm such. Yeah. Such a letdown. Now econ not let we could you talk to you for fucking weak, man. We have so much that we want to ask. But thanks for coming on your delight in an icon and cook more vegetables at your house, and then sit down and watch keep talking pal. Yeah. It's yeah. 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Secret Dump #10

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

17:34 min | 5 months ago

Secret Dump #10

"Ladies and gentlemen. This is the secret to dump of the Endless Honeymoon podcast were dump eleven dump doubt number ten down. We dropped a do we dropped nope ten is not. Too The as the. Ds. D. As we the as is that what it is. In a doses hand counting and Spanish industrial. Coach and Yes Yes. Well The results are in about my pitch for four times. Dorito I mean, this is so revolting I. don't even know why we're still talking about saving a revolting honey, but I have gotten more emails. Okay. Response about an almost all of them have been positive. Let me just fill people in Moshe feels like he likes to. Inhale the dust from chips. And pitch this, and then when it's he's there's like dorito crumbs at the bottom of the bag sometimes, he'll like gulp on them for like a half of a movie. No. That's not the pitch at all the pitch is for a brilliant product called four times doritos, and it's Doritos that are sprayed four times with the NACHO cheese does say. Because we're. All had that experience of going eating Doritos and all of a sudden you get one of those God Doritos. You know one of those special ones that somehow got stuck in the machine and got coded and it's soft a little bit. You put too many. Slightly wet and soft and crumbles in your mouth like a piece of beautiful. French cheese. Even. The people that agree with you agree with me, here's one. says. Natasha is right. This is from a from Shannon. Lee says, Natasha is right the drinking the chip dust as gross, but I'll still take a palette of four times doritos and we'll do shots of that dust hell. Yeah. So even the people that agree with you know that I'm right and that is a beautiful beautiful thing. I got an email here. Dear Tasha and I just listened to secret dump number eight and I feel compelled to weigh in on the cheese dust issue I am a professor of marketing. At the University of Michigan and I discussed the example of Cheez doodles in class, they recently redesigned their packaging and after lots of long meetings and late nights, they decided to try to show the cheese dust along the border of the doodles they wanted to make it subtle enough. So it wouldn't upset people like Natasha uptight prude, but still be an effective dog whistle to connoisseurs like most. On our podcast in cigarettes so the dust can be appealing. So they photographed cover with just a little bit of dust around. The dust can be appealing, but it has to be highlighted. Tastefully loved the show Scott Rick Owens. Suck it off their fingers. A Nice feeling. You can actually scrape it off your fingers if you get enough. One on your side. Which won right there right there in front of you. Know about that one, the one before. Right. there. Right there it's in the same piece of paper. It's obviously Vile Tyson Indie Rock Steve on instagram ways in and just says, it is obviously vile I like him. He sounds cool. You want to read the next one I agree. Okay. Here's one. Hello I am one hundred percent with Moshe re chip dust. Sometimes, I'll lick all my fingers and Jim them in there at the end of the bag the seems to dark for me and that at the. or I'll hide in the bathrooms and my wife doesn't see me vacuuming it to my face and when I eat the actual chip, I always inspect it to see which side got the good dust. But my God that sounds like you re read it in the parlance that he brought it forth in I always inspected to see which side got that good dust. So I can place that site on my tongue and this car is dude I this very sensual. This guy I actually think has a little more rhetorical authority than the last Guy Professor Rick Scott. Scott. Rick Rather because I looking at his handle and his name is Jargon. BARF man and if I'm not gonNA take advice from Bark Barkman, who am I going to take advice from? Okay. Here's a critical point. The problem with four times dust is that the chips themselves already have the right amount of flavor. You wouldn't want them to have four times more. You just want extra dust at the bottom correct solution is to keep the same amount of flavoring but include a separate packet of extra dust kind of like a bully on Rahman. Pack. With you that you can drink after telling. pop-rock. -LICA- made. -LICA- mate you sprinkle it off to nobody I like what thinking because I like that he's pitching stuff but he's wrong. It's not the right amount of flavor and the evidence is clear when you get one of those special chips, it's like a really ecstatic experience like ooh. I got one of those chips. What if every chip was one of those chips? I don't have that kind of relationship with snacks. Well, this person does four-times doritos would absolutely out there is no reason to eat doritos. Suck the dust off your fingers after sign me the fuck up. At the and then we had a lot of people talking about blasted flavor blasted goldfish. I. Got a lot of that I don't find flavor blasted Goldfish to be first of all I, find the Goldfish to beat him for your snack period for. And you also get that weird gross paste in your mouth of too many But I. Don't find the flavor blasted wants to beat that flavorful to be honest I hear Ya. Okay. Read the next one tough. Okay. Just one more. I can't read any. I'll read one more high Natasha Moshe usually side with Natasha but I'm with Moshe on this one one hundred. Percent Thank you an avid dorito dust seeker the chips with the most dust are the best bang for your. Buck. calorie-wise. Agrees with the last guy to I don't waste calories on cheap, ass flavourless plane corn chips. You say this all the time most and you shouldn't either you give me that rich rich dust flavor cooler ranch is a bonus shoes off dust on. That's I like this. So okay the dust though okay. Listen. She's she's given the A win here. Genuine shoes off. Yeah. No I get it. Dust on. This is a person is siding with you. She sat with me on another another conversation we had that I think that people should take their shoes off in the house by the way not an infectious disease. That not to reopen that not to reopen that sore subject An and play some some secrets but I did get. I did get a A map of the world is a map of the world. That is it's A. Shoes on shoes off map of the world civic and find this. But isn't that cool? We're not the only people have in this conversation America's she's honor she's off it's definitely shoes on big time. Hold on let me civic and find it share. Yeah. Let me take a look here. I'll find it shoes on. So people sent it to me that the disappearance she. Don't make the cutting it. Unbelievable. Podcast Ole let me just look toward a figure out what does the house literally making the we're going to edit that and for producer while I'm talking in like you know we'll maybe now that we've rift on you making the. Okay. Here we go. World Map of tradition of. Removing, shoes and home green shoes removed blue shoes not removed. So it's not the whole world. I'm seeing a lot of countries in Africa, pretty much all of Every place but but North Africa is shoes. On. All of Latin America South America Central America Mexico and the United. States. All shoes on. Australia shoes on. And then there's a there's a Glob in Europe that unfortunately these are not listed. What's Canada Canada is shoes off. His shoes off sensible. I'm seeing Greenland. Unfortunately, these countries are not listed by name some. Countries I know just by geography. I'm seeing greenland here is shoes. On shoes on ingredient a lot of ice act Italy Italy is shoes on Italy issues on sorry to break it to you but Italy is in my. So there's a little area Francis saying shoes on we got the shoes on in France Let me see what else okay and Artika shoes on a lot lot of ice. So I want to know where the shoes offer shoes off. I wish these were Russia issues off much of Europe issues off oh. Okay. The shoes on I believe is if I'm looking correctly the that Saudi Arabia issues off but then all of the stuff like to to the to the to the east of that. So I'm thinking those are the Becca Stan's and Iran's, and Becca stands and places like that. Unfortunately, they are not listed but they look like their shoes on. But look all of the you can look it up. All of the green is shoes off all of the blue. It's basically like red state blue state half the world is in my camp half the world is in yours but you know what brings us all together. Secrets. Let's listen to one but STU Hey guys I have a secret for you. Here I know motion wanted to hear the weirdest things people have done during self quarantine. So here's. before this nightmare started I would masturbate into toilet paper. And obviously, you can't be doing that anymore. So the other day I went into my closet and I found an old shirt that I haven't worn in years and I use that to clean up which I don't think it's too weird. But my muscle memory kicked in and I threw the come covered t shirt into my toilet. I thankfully, the noise it made snapped me out of autopilot before I could flash. I would say of the thousands of times I've washed my hands since this all began the one that followed that rescue mission was by far the most intense. And Yeah I, just hope I'm not patient zero for the next big disease. Thank you guys for continuing the show from your bunker. Stay safe and keep her close out the toilet. Disease. Another victim to the. Toilet water. Virus. He sounded like the Audio Porn, guy he did have a voice for radio. Stay safe stay proud and keep a close out of the toilet. Signing off. Okay. Let's hear another one. High Natasha and Michelle I'm a big Sanofi Sheryl wanted to call in with a secret So I actually was listening to about with the secret them. Grown it's regarding the Jim Carrey sexual awakening we secret and I want to say that I actually also had it but two different living a Jim. Carey. Bruce Almighty where he pulling the moon closer and trying to for analysis bathroom seemingly getting aroused by got that was sort of the beginning of you know my social awakening as well. So. Sorry that this keeps going but she woke up. Wasn't Jim Carey. He's like every twelve year olds I like orgasm. We should I wish we could get in touch with Jim Carey and see I'm gonNA email his agent. Well maybe don't put this in in case he never writes back pay might not. Him. I've never met him but I just I wonder if he knows about this phenomenon because it's at at this point. Sexual Energy but. Brad Pitt and he's like a heartthrob I'm saying it's not like. It's just like, oh, he's a honk people think he's hot. These are like this is I think the third person that we've been counter no ed like a prepubescent sexual fantasy about one of his films no I think Jim Carrey would love I interview him about how prepubescent? Fair enough. Virginity okay. All right. I won't emails agent. Let's play another secret. Tasha. Hi Moshe this is for the secret dump I heard onto previous episodes. About two individuals, sexual ratings, and. Felt obliged to call and say that my personal sexual listening was Jim Carey's. Shoora. Detectives. Thing I. CAN'T I can't. This is so insane. Okay I was GonNa say if it happened one more time, we'd have to get in touch with Jim or Would have felt setup a few done that. That's crazy. Okay this is insane officially like a phenomenon. Okay we'll let how about if we get three more than we'll. More. This is crazy. We got a contact. I mean, he was like a big comedy movie. You're not you comedy movie star in the nineties. Crystal but we're not getting a bunch of billy. Crystal. Crystal is not cute and like this. Is like a dad what are you talking about? Like? This is not nobody's going like Jeff Daniels in dumb and dumber really got my juices flowing. This is. This is the fourth. This you're looking at a miracle and denying its divinity. We can carry you. You saying, this is normal. This ain't. This is anything but normal. I. Hear area we got a contact Jimmy Okay Jimmy See. All right assuming get to. Give them a call. Calm right now. I don't have his number. Either I Never. Met Him. Yeah. But we're like one degree of separation from Jim. Carey got gotta be able to get through to them. Okay. Well, let's table that and here another secret. All right. If this one's about Jim Carey. We'll say what's the review of this one's about? This you know we don't know what the secrets are going to be before. Our producer vets them and yes she did set us up with a real one two, punch a Zinger, a Banger of zing but we didn't know. So it could be this next one. Let's find out. High Motion Natasha. Huge Fan I have a secret. Actually, I had a big tendency to land in long distance relationships and actually working with for good on why do that and I twelve so trusting Step, program but one thing that I haven't told anyone is I was dating a girl she was in Italy I was living in Israel for internships. and. Such a perfect. Oh my God, I couldn't break up with her, but I always felt so bad. She was so nice but it was so. Needy and want to be the same time all the time. So I made up that I can't survive and return my phone off every Friday. But she didn't know anything about that. So I kind of extended that from those days. So I didn't have to face higher. Than call or to answer tax he's like. Secret is. Not. Let. Her texts me because I made up fake Jewish rules. Thank you that is wild. Then the those who don't know in in the in Orthodox Judaism from Friday sundown to Saturday sundown, you can't use electricity twenty, four hours. He told his girlfriend who was not the same it's Friday. Sundown Friday. A while. Is that is, but that's when you're in a relationship where you're just in it probably because you're having sex right she lived in Italy he lived in Israel the opposite. But. Then why does even want to have her be? Guilt he felt guilty Jewish, and now that is Jewish tradition he adhered to correctly. I'm glad that I don't feel the need to block your face times. I love face timing you I, love facing you. 'CAUSE I. Well. Love you.

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The Snacket

Sports? with Katie Nolan

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The Snacket

"I'd sound like a a poser were like, oh, yeah. Notes thereto like I have to fight the cheeses. You will. Everybody knows. I'm just not ready. Hello combos. This. What this podcast this podcast called sports? It ends of the question fragment starts at the question on Katie Nolan. She's actually he's Jay in this. This is a question here. Five. Wasn't good. Is that Steve? At Steve bracket was. Perfection personified. It's not what that means. It's perfectly perfectly arranged and organize bracket that. I thought Justice to buy your lack of knowledge of sports movies J. Hey, Julie to is not back to the minors true. Absolutely in Katie loss. Remember, the titans, please. I'm very disappointed. He sends it Albro his name as Austin. Love you maintenance. Especially one of us 'cause we're married. Oh, thanks for the question. Steve I think the question was is his name often answer. No, it's barren. Thank you for calling. If you want to. Lever? Voicemail. Nice. You're inspired by stating. You can do that eight six oh five. Oh, six five five seven one. Whatever you do. Don't call in and yell about our podcast. Look, we get it last week's pod not good, really bad. Yes. Really bad. I thought about it afterwards. And was like, oh, yeah. Unless you just recently watched all those movies. It's not as interesting probably think I should've realized before not going to be a problem today. Today's bracket is a snack it. Wow. It wasn't me. Somebody on Twitter. Did it? I took a picture of his name. So that we could give them proper credit. Give me one second snack. It goes to. Oh boy. This is the. Can find it my hands. I wish I never I Adam K o Adam. Adams said is this a good snack it and I said kit, that's like skip it. So today we're doing a snack. You can't mess that up. I have eaten these recently. I'm gonna eat actually brought a bunch of them with us for research shell. So brought a sickness L. Yes. So that's if you hear some coffin, I know she's gonna try your best to us. Please don't use it as bit. She's kinda he's kinda you can't make me laugh. That's going to be an interesting podcast, then because I think that's all we do. So anyway, friendly banter how you doing? I'm a little sick. I not a kid sick. Yeah. That's suck exhausting, man. Yeah. I don't know. I was gonna say, I know. But I don't hit sounds terrible. It's not great. But I do like snacks. Yes. I'm excited to be here mall, so excited to have you here said that we are in a very small room smallest, and you're very sick. And I can only see we'll cane. So I don't do not all ideal j I think this is the time we let you do your. Yeah. Let's go on over to j for the whiskey cavalier update to do. Before we get into the updated just wanted. Oh, that's not how works Honey. Quickly apologized for the haiku last week. It was I was going for something and it didn't work. So here's this week's whiskey cavalier. Okay. Bombs are going off left and right on whiskey Cav, but more explosive than the bombs are the sparks that are flying. That's make any sense. Again, sparks aren't is it that was your that was your whiskey cavalier update do to do. It is a great show. I don't know. It's guys tune in. So I think on the Twitter machine last night some a little bit of scuttlebutt about it, maybe being canceled soon. Well, how? Well, how does not go? But it's not great. You should scuttle your but over and watch more of it. I guess 'cause doing great at all. No get on the get on the ABC after lunch always lead watch whiskey. It's delicious. What's he's much about this to be a sentence? I got I only I only had one son. Thank you. And we're done today on the podcast told you going to be a snack. It film really strong about it. Steve, I don't love his seating. But that's nothing new there. We can talk about that. When we get into the bracket. But before we also should say that all I know all that sports news. We're not going to do. We're not so much. There's a lot. How did you hear Bryce Harper left? Practice injured today did not makes to that. It's how bad is it? I don't know it just it literally just a game. Oh, sorry. Spring training. Yeah. He left. Minor league game early today that I got no brain going on. It's still podcast. Well, it's new so it doesn't matter right. Call admission row does not gonna talk about that. There's so much say Becky, did you see there was a full house episode? That was basically the same plot. We'd seriously we're like uncle Jesse lied on their form to get one of the kids into a better school. And like it was a whole thing. That's incredibly funny. The full house episode driver that I've always missed anyway before we get into none of that before we get into a snack bracket because its third month. Crazy time the podcast today is brought to you by simply safe. So Ashley, how are we going to tell the people about simply safe Katie have you ever seen finding Dory? I've not I've seen finding nemo. Oh, you know, how in finding nemo Dory. Kind of talks like a whale. Is that what she was like? Ooh. Yeah. Can you tell us about? As the one if you were Dory's speaking. Well, please. No. Why? That's one sentence. That's. Hsun for armed. I quit Tuesday is yes. Good zero home in. As exhausting. It's so sad. Clued proof. Make sure Poon as or on the day when you need. Security. Any blending in with your whole home? So you won't. It's so good. I'm just doing this like up down up down. Thank you doing great. I'm doing it wrong. Don't make contact with me though. You don't look at her. And you watch this. Go. Call soon. Please. Accused. And it's a wire Kotor top. As more than three millions safe. Oh, it feels good to fearless. Or just do the normal police. So. Today. You'll get from shipping on any storm warder just visits. Dot com. Cohn flush. To protect your home and family. Backfires? Oh, boy, did you. You don't look me in the. Snack. Time naked snack. Tombs nicotine. Nicotine. Nicotine. Nicotine. Nicotine. Nicotine beats nex yellow. That's you're right. You're right. It was good. I got the lyrics wrong. Okay. As she wrote some rules in here. Did you wanna go over what those were? Oh, yeah. Because obviously begged snacks is kind of a wide range of options. No the way that we classified it. I believe you said last week this next do have to be an Abegg co figure. There's an indeterminate number inside. Right. So couple of people were like Milano since like, we can't do Milano. You know, how many mottos you're exactly it's like you kinda just throw him in zip the bag in your done. Right. We did have to they seal it use the umbrella formula. So for instance, Doritos is on the bracket that encompasses all flavors of Doritos if the umbrella method of the umbrella formula, right? So potato chips is very basic. Otherwise, we could have an entire bracket just potato chips which were not ruling out, but it's not for today. And then we had too many. So we had to get down to sixteen. We head to eliminate the candies in desserts snacks because those are snacks. Are we decided they didn't count for this? So you're not gonna see Eminem. Sour patch kids, skills it cetera. They're not snacks. You could have a candy bracket separately. Right. They are in a bag. They do fit the umbrella formula, but they are not in this bracket. Right. So do you wanna tell us the sixteen? I do tell you in the order that Steve seated them great perfect Doritos checks mix. He limits to he made checks. Knicks. Number loves checks says a lot about him as a person pup corn pret- sorry popcorn. Pretzels popcorn popcorn. Pretzels cheese. It's sun chips. Very high Fritos potato chips rose above potato chips. Yep. Okay. Nuts is the nine seed knots. She does roots nex trail mix combos goldfish. Fourteen seed bugles and the sixteen seat of the bracket is funds sixteen. I don't know that if ever had a fun what you're not any fun. Have you ever had? Yeah. That's not a question of comfortable answering on this podcast, fully bleeped it. Anyway, nobody has no idea. What I n do asked you. Here's the deal. I think it's stupid. Wow funds. It sixteen is nuts at nine indiscriminate. Just nuts any nut. Here's the thing. If you ranked them if you can, you know, when we would already know the winner of the brand new I know that is why we have Steve do this. I just think that's a criminal leaves wanted one man's opinion. It is one it man's opinion. What said it's one a man's opinion. One man's one a man's opinion. So okay, let's go ahead and get right into it is time for the snack. Fill that was a pressure time for Dressler. Right. Give me another chance. No whenever what's it time for. I think it's time for. Snack it. Here we go. Oh, boy matchup number one the one versus sixteen. It's Doritos and functions of tell me about functions. Okay. So so they're onion, you know. When you eat an onion ring. Yes in the worst, part is the onion. You really there for the crispy part around the outside the taste of the unin. But you get the taste when you dry when you fry it. So it's you when you played it in onion comes out, and like slaps against your chin disrespectfully that. Not a thing. I like about about any so fun Jons are like are like the good part. But they're also like crunched there like a chip, but they're in the shape of a ring 'cause it's just the bit that they're doing, and they taste like onions. So that sounds delicious like something. I would really love right. If people really loved them. Why aren't they more prevalent? They're pretty prevalent. I don't know that I've ever seen. I also think as a child when they would come in like the in the snack bags or whatever you didn't like him. Because when you're a kid, it's cooled not like onions, no kid liked onions. That's the thing. I don't know. I felt like that was a thing in my family. Oh in like a bunch of people. I know don't like onions it's just like a 'cause they're slimy. Or whatever the reason you grow out of it. But like onion for a child is a very intense taste like cheese and bread pasta. Sure. Do I definitely grew out of. But so I I didn't like funds then and then one day was in a seven eleven at a time that you shouldn't go to a seven eleven right after you've gone to the gym or whatever. And I was in there. It was like I really want some funds and men let me tell you findings are good. The problem with them is you can't eat them. And then talk to somebody later, I'm gonna eat them when you're gonna be alone for a year. A yeah, I feel about that. You don't would be on here. We'll. Get to him and get to pretzels 'cause they're technically pretzels. But there's a pretzel. That's just like that. So the problem the problem with them being sixteen seat is that Doritos are obviously the jam. Same thing goes with cool ranch though. Sorry, cooler ranch Doritos. You don't you can't eat those and have a conversation either. I think you can. Well, if you're rude. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Which dorito is your favorite Reto? I go back and forth between Nacho cheese and cool ranch. Depending on the those are the I mean, that's what I meant by the two. There's really there's other. Yeah. But I mean, if you pick redder blue, I think I'd probably go Nacho cheese. Quote, most people do and like oh good. It's sometimes it it depends on the mood. But if I had to pick one only survive at pick Nacho cheese, which kind of just my my my theory towards life, just like she just picked the cheese. And so I think we're going to have to have Doritos move onto the next round. But I do think. Poor went over. I wish we could pour out a funding. Ashley just didn't bring any warrant any who didn't find them. I brought a bunch of you don't have to rita's. Well, they didn't have a bunch of stuff. I went to the convenience store downstairs. Yeah. Which is new and the head of bunch of random stuff, but not funds does. Yeah. They might have been sold out of thereto. I would guess I doubt it just opened like yesterday. Okay. Next the eight versus the nine. It's potato chips versus nuts. This is not a converse. I vote salty nut. So the best. I would say the best none. If you're going to just get bagging nuts is like the salted omits. See they come roasted salted. I also I'm a weirdo. I like dry. I like the drive is weird tuna thorough. Because. Just tastes like, oh, cool. I get it. It's a smoky almond like salted pistachios are also good. But like the work of having to peel them is a real pain. I'm not in on that, you know, seldom unpeeled. No. That's great. That's I know. It's funny. They don't taste nearly as good. Oh, okay. Well, let's shouldn't put a handful of nuts in my mouth when I don't have a water. Oh, yes. That's not a good idea. But this this isn't a conversation like healthy people reach for begging. That's I'm proud of you good for you. But get get that out of their their locate expensive. Yes, whenever I go to buy almond. So I'm like, oh, this is the snack healthy are supposed to eat. And then I'm like, I'm like, oh, it's just nine dollars for this tiny satchel. So the are so salty. Yeah. So yeah, I love I love nut. For the sake of this pug getting clipped off. Let's just go ahead and move potato chips. All right potato chips. Next up. We have pretzels versus combos combos. I feel like have fallen out of favor mainly because I don't think it's as popular now to has a full. No, that's pretty popular. But it is. I think it's that. It's like a kind of you got it asks you want to open the bag like into the Mike or you good. Got it. Great. 'cause it's an audio. I understand. I don't think it's as sorry. No whenever you're finished. I don't think people like a snack that they can't really figure out what it is. When you look at a combo. It's like is that a is that a cracker? Just looks very outsider fake. It looks like dog food. It looks like a dog snack. And this is coming from person who loves the combo. But it looks like a snack you you'd stick a pill into sneak it to a dog the have those. Yeah. Yeah. This looks like that. So this flavor that you got here. I got the baked cracker cheddar cheese pretzel one which I think is an important. I like the pretzel ones. I think that is in the pizza ones. Yeah. There was always one's gonna result so pizza, and I figured I should've gotten one of those it show. Good though. Yeah. I haven't had a regular combo in so long had to default to cheese. This is so good. Here's my head's cheese in it. Yeah. I know. But if when it comes to my preference. I don't really like pretzels that much like I like him if I'll dip them into Honey mustard or if they're covered in chocolate early yogurt. But in general, if I had my choice that would never reach for a bag of pretzels that being said. They're good thing to give to my kid like have dip in HAMAs or whatever helium do like tip hundreds really ameet. Anyone remember Mr. Phipps pretzel chips? Yes, I used to love those I would crush them. I also liked pretzel goldfish and the pencil straws. Sometimes can be sneaky good. Those like twisted one of the braid. It's josh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Those I think don't. So like a pretzel ratio. I actually got combos. I was gonna flight recently. And I didn't have behind seven eleven after the gym. Is different. I don't leave the house after Jim. So so anyway, I was getting on a flight and I needed food. And I was at one of the only thing I tend to stop that was one of those like Hudson news things and like trying to look at this next. What of this is the closest to food like there's bars like a, you know, fiber one bar like a kind bar, and then there's trail mix bags, but I think that you think those are healthier. And then you are like, whatever. So I tried to grab anything that was like the most substantial I could eat. So I got a bar. I got like a water. And then I was like I get these combos. But I was so embarrassed to be thirty two and buying combos in public that. I like snuck him over the register and like immediately put him in a bag because there's just this weird. Like that's not food for adults. Yeah. And I love pretzels like more than you do like, I do reach for them every now, and then, but you need a drink when you have when you're drink winner eating if they give me pretzels on a plane. I'm like cool. I guess I'll eat these. But if they're if they ever have that like basket of option. Sins and I'm never grabbing pretzels. See I will because usually options are like chocolate chocolate chocolate or pretzels, Michael angry. I want pretzel hungry not for hungry people. That's why Snickers is full. Oh, I disagree. If I if there's only candy, and I'm starving need a meal like sicker. As basically a meal. It's not see they've done that with your brain. No. I grew up on sinkers Unger. Why wait grab a kind bar? Don't grab us. I didn't exist. It's ingrained in me. Very you can take them back. So what are we going to do about this because it is interesting that combos come in pretzel? Do well that is a catch twenty two. So Steve the matchup here. Not great. But if it were up to me, I'd get rid of pretzels. No, you would ensure would you can never serve a pretzel. Again. How often are you eating a combo? I think we have I when I've had in years. Yeah. When I take that into consideration. It's like, I don't know if it's coming down to taste. I think we're just picking the best snack. I think combos are great. It was. A bag of pretzels and beg of combos in front of me. And you said pick one, for instance, are bag of pretzels, not not opened. Now, they it's, but you will say, let's give them some credit. They have the lake space in the bag that isn't taken up by product for pretzels is usually pretty low. You know, what I'm saying to open a bag of chips and there's four chips in it. Oh, yeah. That's true. That's a pretty pack and a lot of pretzels in out battles. And let's also give shadow to what I was saying before the hunting those Snyder's Honey mustard onion, pretzel pieces those. Cool. Blue can't you can't get within somebody within five feet of somebody within somebody anytime soon. They are they are deaf. Go to go home after right, exactly just go there not for public consumption. But my God if you're like, oh, I'm gonna be home alone for two days. I will buy three Daggs, Honey mustard and onion, pretzel piece, yum. I will take those Honey braid twist things with HAMAs all day long over a I wouldn't put the Honey one in HAMAs mix yet. That's the point of. No, it doesn't it doesn't come with stack. And so the you could argue that the combo feels like you don't understand the concept the combo comes with its own HAMAs right there in the middle. Does have to dip. Okay. We're gonna do come. We're gonna move homeboys on maybe four ups, and maybe that is funny. Maybe that's the future of combos. Maybe they become a pretzel HAMAs. I actually don't know if I'd want like dried up HAMAs, but weirdly enough, I'm fine with it for cheese ash. The to your side of the table getting back to you and taking them back thing. Very good. They are this next one super easy for me. We get the fibers is the twelve it's cheeses versus trail mix. Does anyone wanna put up a fight for trail mix? I will in one second. Okay. Sip of your water. I'm also one hundred percent teams. The here's the only thing I will say about Trump's, okay? If you go to WalMart, and again, this tub of trail mix that has Eminem's and chocolate chips. And yeah that is incredible. There is a good trail Mex. But what I think what makes a good trail mix is if it's essentially candy with PM peanut Senate that you can eat around actually. And when they tried to put in those fancy nuts taste disgusting, which one gets out of here. Brazil nuts. I don't know big call Bidu long. There's a bunch of one. Oh, I like most nuts like we did say damn, dammit. Like walnuts. I love a walnut almond stash. EEO cashews are. All right. It's their filler filler nut, right? There's a lot of filler nuts in. I'm just basically there for the chocolate and the Wrens hazelnut circa experience of just trying to get the Eminem out of a small trail mix. Tag is so unbearable. Yeah. Just buy a bag of Eminem's. It's like we know you did it to fool yourself into thinking, you got trail mix, but you're not even eating that. So we're going to go with cheese. It's that was really thank God. It's about time. We got an easy one over the other side of the bracket, we have checks mix to seat. Up against bugles. The worst Hugo's a fifteen seed, right? So I brought some checks, but you probably brought the cheddar one. Of course, have because you're Ashley here's the thing about chicks. I'm gonna eat a combo now. Can I yes of gosh. Oh, gosh. Here's the thing about checks mix. It's good. I find myself eating around the pretzels, and the checks the checks aren't bedouin. They're covered in cheese. I sometimes. Yeah. But if they're not a eat around the checks. Yeah. Yeah. The entire idea. The snack is the thing that you're trying to as I've gotten older they've grown on me. But yeah, go ahead. Bunch open that up both trail end checks it mixes, a disgusting were. Anyway, those things. Yeah. You're not avoiding the trail. Jay your. I am because I went to limit. I'm at home now. My. I there's a there is a check Smith. I think it's called sweet and salty. Yeah. And that one's really good. You can just chew you don't. Actually, no one's gonna understand. Now. I hate the bit. She we introduced the mute button because she has a cough, and she's been doing this awful. But please don't it's not like drum roll, please don't like genuinely we put our listeners through a law. Let's not put them through that air drum roll did start out as a genuine, please don't. And then I just wore you down. But this is not going to be that we've already made them listen to the whale and us chewing into the microphone soldiers just respect them a little bit after the trash is really good. I will say with when you use checks mix to make puppy choppy, choppy child as checks mix checks in a bag. That's homemade they get now. Right. Yes. We do have to take them consideration. They may not. But yeah. But it's not mix. They don't call it puppy Chow. They call it, muddy buddies. Yes. Oh, good job. And it's delicious. It is delicious. But it's not a mixed is that check it's not checks mixed muddy buddies version. It's just shed. Muddy buddies what you're going to Google will say checks, muddy buddies snack mix. It is check mix checks checkmate, and it comes in a bag chess clearing, confirm just miss to flavors cookies and cream and brownie supreme no, no the regular one lane just the regular butter. Yeah. For anyone who doesn't know. It's you take checks. You put them mix with peanut butter and you cover powder in like, yeah. I think is chocolate in there. I think maybe. Peanut butter powdered sugar. Yeah. So it's really thing props to checks for being like, yeah, we make cereal that's pretty healthy gluten free. But also, we make these bags of delicious snacks healthy. No. Or gluten still in free. I think it depends. I think there's crackers and stuff in the checks. Mega really branched out the problem with this cheddar checks mix. One is there's a cheese it type snack in there. And it's not as good as cheese. It just like it's like a cheese nip almost get the ones that are mixed with Doritos though, and they have Cheetos and stuff in there. Those are they all on brand Cheetos or are they fake Joe? They like though the mental combo. That's great. We haven't talked about bugles at all. Because let's be real the only reason bugles because fingers this when you put them on their fingers into cloth lady can be little people. I do a little witch. It's like a wit there. Which fring the which back? I don't think. So I think she just came back, and then she had to go to the gym. It's gonna hit seven eleven. Please don't write it on your what are you doing just integrated somewhere on a paper in front of you? Maybe. Yeah. Maybe I've heard it might my Cup of tea. Okay. You'll remember, of course, when she throws it in the trash. What? And here's the most disposable to right? I love bugles because what what is a bugle. I think whatever they're made out of is similar to what onions are made out of. Because it's like this puffy, crunchy light non chip chip. Yeah corn. I think is it just is vitamins coronary comparable, I think fund radios. They're just different Shinto, Fritos tortilla, chips, Fritos tortilla were close fund. You know, they are coin you're right. But I think they're corn tortillas Fritos Fritos. Yeah. They're like corn thought they was also corn. Yeah. But there aren't they corn meet they're different. They're not puffed corn. I feel like having bugles would have been really helpful. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know. Again. They didn't have the props department is as the only one who went on their way to proactively bring some snide. I that's why I don't go out of my way. I'm not going to do it. Right. Not gonna do it. I won't record won't go to dig. It doesn't have cat. So I can't go downstairs excuse me. It's a Bodega downstairs. They don't have a cat. So it's not a Bodega. Correct. Right. It's convenient you can still go to. Convenience store. Just don't call. It a bow data. Okay. Don't try to debut your new data cat bit on the podcast show. You already have whiskey cavalier and chrome sorry. But they're both just cancelled. Earning week, cancel we'll get into Fritos when we get into Fritos. Yeah. But they're made by deep frying extruded whole cornmeal his getting into it right now. So I'm bugles I loved as a child, I probably haven't had one in a decade bugles are good. But because of money buddies, I will add via I will say if it weren't for muddy buddies. I would've put bugles over checks mix upset yet because I don't I don't think I like checks mix as much as I pretend I do when I eat it. And I only like that one kind, but because muddy buddies like those are so good. So you're right in it. Okay. Checks. I don't wanna reward Steve for seating. It number two though. We'll see next up seven versus the ten Fritos versus Cheetos. I mean, it's Cheetos for me yet. It's not close for me. Yeah. I mean Fritos I don't hate them as much as I think most people do think they're the most disrespected snack. Here's the thing about Fritos. They're absolutely great similar to pretzels winger. Dipping them into something. I've never dipped a freedom in anything serious. I've had a walk taco Fritos with Chile. Read a walking taco you've told me about it. One time. Did I do to talk about walking tacos? Tacos in general? You don't really discriminate about type of? Yeah. These are the ones that walk. I think you open a bag of Fritos. Right. And you put in chili and cheese and mush it all up and you eat it while your fingers. No. With a fork, you heathen. Okay. So I will say if you Fritos into Chile or like dip, it's their incredible the perfect is there like little spoons scoop. Great screener. So great, but on their own I would take cheetahs over free. Does I think Fritos on their own are so salty very, yes. So it's like tough for me to picture dipping it in anything other than like chili which could be salty. But just mostly the frito excess the saltiness on chip whatever Cheetos in it's not close. Yeah. It's so Steve said his reasoning for seating at tenth which was dumb. Steve's not done. It was gone. Was that you can't eat them. When you're wearing a white shirt. And I say they get on get on your face. So what? Yeah. I don't snap for later. Cheater. She does JD. Do you? Oh, hell, no. I'm Cheeto Cheeto, he asked me. You also introduce me to Cheetos as a as a hangover care, which I swear by now, I don't know why that little crunchy ones. It works started. When I get you know, you guys get sick all the time. And I get this one kind of sickness where like I can't eat for several days, and then you have to ease back into eating and for some reason Cheetos or like the only. Thing that I can like start that ease back into process es. Beck into eating process. Perfect. Yeah. What J what I was gonna? I I was gonna ask you guys if you're crunchier puff person. I think we can get into and get into later. Yeah. I was thinking the same thing. Okay. Next up. We have the three against the fourteen popcorn versus goldfish. This is a very hard match as a mama. Imagine. It's very hard match this kid food stuff. This I feel like popcorn putt corners. No, I no, no, no. I'm both adults are acceptable. Reading all of you. You can eat all I'm just saying kids like goldfish and kids like popcorn. I forgot how good goldfish were now. Still ahead a kid. And then I was like the these are incredible parmesan ones. So a lot of really good flavors known as the pretzel. Yeah. I don't need the cheddar blast. It's too much. Jeez. Well, there's no really thing, but it's not real cheap. So it's like a it's it's too much doesn't taste better. Let's get lasted with flavor. So there's even more flu. I also don't like that word. They are delicious. Okay. Also, I would say that I like popcorn less than the average person. Also, we have to say when we say popcorn. Sorry when we say popcorn up. Gordon? Are we talking about because by bagged snack rules umbrella method? I know wait just let me finish the question before you. Okay. Okay. Are we talking about the bags you buy that are not popped yet? And you pop them. I don't think that counts because it's not a field. I think we're talking only about pre popped pre putt. Yeah. I was just asking. It's not a stupid question. No one that. I agree. I was thinking through it. It's also not movie theater popcorn not taking that into account either. No. That doesn't come into bag. That's I know. Well, it does come back. But no, it doesn't it comes in in field bucket. A big a big he'll he'll. Sealed bag. It comes also worth noting. It's pronounced bag. Popcorn. Write it on your Cup. Kettle corn included. Yes. Hell, yeah. Cheddar popcorn include smartphone included. Oh, I used to pretend smart food what cheddar popcorn was my medicine when I was little that. I'd like ration it out. It was incredible. Like when we played within like oh time for your medicine. Oh, boy, you got one piece of pop time. I sister was a little dictator. Sounds like also I bought a bag a bag of popcorn Indiana. Wait shedder. Never. So I told Ashley about popcorn, Indiana, whatever save up. We're gonna over on the right might have. I might have yet. So I used to eat whole bags of it. But it was the kettle corn kind of never had the white cheddar taste it. Now, we're here live on your life taste gosh. I can't wait still just amazing. This does get all over your hands. Oh, yeah. Okay. Worth up. Yeah. Caramel corn also included. I don't like that as much as smart food to be fair. I did open that bag and eat a whole bunch yesterday. So it might be like now, I just don't like it as much smartphone. Really nails. Exactly what the powder should. There's a bunch of chocolate covered popcorn. There's a lot of special and it's up against goldfish. This is going to be hard to top. This is the hardest match upon the bracket for me so far. Yes. In the first round versus potato chips. I really thought about that one's gonna stay with him. Dirty. Man this. I don't think I can pick. I think this is very challenging I'm gonna lean popcorn. And here's why I am thirty four years old. And if it was just well that makes sense, I'm gonna go. I think I think for that reason I have to go popcorn over goldfish. You didn't finish your reason joke. What the what is it? Because if I'm going to grab a snack. It's the same as you buy combos, not good. Dull teat goldfish. I don't know. Like if I'm hungry gold Fisher, just like, I'm not really hungry puppet. Him in for pleasure. Uh-huh. What are you doing with your sex? Yeah. I get I like actually like goldfish when I'm hungry because oh it's snack. I can eat a bunch of feel that bad about because they're baked. They're not unless you're getting crazy flavor. They're not like covered in cheese. They are cheese flavored crackers. You know what I mean? It's not getting on your hands. But I love I weirdly love bagged popcorn. People are like I like it when it's hot when I just made it like, no I like to buy the bag even just bagged buttered popcorn. I don't know. Why is even still a brand anymore? I if they used to make butter popcorn. And it was like comically butter flavored like it's not it was just so fake tasting. I loved it. I look what people do the work for me. Yeah. That's me. This aims e chase better. When someone else does it. I just think the the this is where the the seating is really nice. It's goldfish older should not be clean seed. And I'm looking at the next match up. And I'm like God. I would move one of them down to but them's the breaks. And so I think we're gonna move popcorn on. All right. Gore. Why? In our last match up in the first round, the sixth seed versity eleven it. Sun ships versus fruits met has these two. I because I realized I was buying cheddar. But French Guinea, okay, why don't you just funnel the bag a little more the Mike? Yeah. Unites people love it your podcast is breaking up. I haven't had a son ship in forever. Now, what are these made out of whole grain? Son. Technically, the sun, the main ingredient, they're very French onion. But then oh, whoa. Am I about to make a realization that everybody else already knows a French onion chives? I don't know because on the bag. It's just a chives. I have no idea early is a French onion a chives. I thought it was like onion flavored but in a fancy way. I never really stopped to consider their they made frontier. Knudsen chips. I remember the days when it was like the blue bag which is regular there's like a red bag, which is like sundried tomato or some. No, it's Gordon salsa or something like that. Now, it's not cheese. But it's not she's like orangey yellow. I think there's a red one that I feel like is. I'm going to go it wo- J, hopefully, googling googling. Movement. Yeah. I mean, there's no confirmation that a French onion is a when you Google, what is a French onion. You're only getting French onion soup. So I feel like it's not actually thing, and it's just the name of garden salsa. I'm a genius garden. Saw read one yet greens French onion oranges harvest, cheddar. There's like a purple sweet potato, and I've never seen that regional. They're sneaky, good sunshine seem really nation to me niche for all of you out there who are gonna tell me that that's not high sake, we're talking about French onions. And so I'm gonna call it niche agency while the green onions and chives are using similar ways. They're not the same as one is in earth and was one is an onion. Oh that actually good to know. I don't know if it is. I will say that there's not an onion pictured on this. But they're also is a thing of sour cream. And it's like, well, they're not called sour cream and onion say don't get to show the sour cream unless it saying like dip your chip in this aisle that would be delicious. But everything different sour cream is good. Yup. Oh, it says real sour cream and onion flavours rendezvous to create flavorful waves of whole weight grain goodness. I can read these are made out of whole corn sunflower oil rice flour. I don't understand what they are thinking about fruit. Snacks. They were another thing that I rela cheese in here. Give me more. I didn't realize I forgot how good they were until I had a that's my favorite kind of. So. Well, check well other like that's mostly available every snack in there as good. Yes. The welches mixed fruit or whatever they also have a red berries one of that. I think we're just the red ones, which is great the problem with the fruit snacks. And you're going to get a fruit snack. That's a little too hard. You don't want that? No, unless it's the sharks which to those count as fruit snacks. Yeah. They're like you get those are a little hard. But the white ones delicious and red ones yet at the white ones where the special ones that tasted like creamy or I don't remember. It was really really good food snack. Yeah. I like for snacks. I think there's a they've got a high ceiling, but a really low floor. I also feel similar to the like the adult. Yeah. But when he gets when are you gonna pick up bag of sunshine all the time relief you go. Yeah. If you go to like subway or something it's like comes with baggage ship, oddly available everywhere. But I still don't think it says something that even though they are I still didn't accept them readily into my head, and like I almost eliminated them from the bracket, and you were like we have to put them on. But nobody eats sunshine. I think if you open your mind a little bit. No, I do of my mind. But I think that it must say something about the chip that they've been really trying to break into the mainstream for awhile. And I guess technically they have. But I still don't think about the when I think about snack. That's interesting. Yeah. Feel like they were trying to be healthier chips. Yeah. But are they out that was back in the time that beautiful time where you could just say something whole grain? And that meant it was healthy two hundred percent hold grain. And it has herbs in it. So, you know, as you know, it's good. Oh, man. I should good fruit. Snaps reflexive of really good. I also, okay. I don't know if this is cheating many flavors. Lot of ship and ship related products. Chip adjacent project. John I see what you're doing. I don't think we should take that into consideration. But that's okay. Because I was going to choose fruit snacks. And you didn't choose I could you could sway me either way because they're both delicious in their own, right? Got three purples j what are you going to snacks? I feel like our like low key such a great like on the go snack to have. And I would literally never grab a bag of sunshine ever. So. Have you ever eaten? Essential. Jay has literally never grabbed. Have you eaten lunch? I've had sun chips, they're fine. But they're definitely not bring him on. Apec just take the. Yeah. Just. We're doing out. There are very good great actually just bringing j bag snacks. And Jay's located a couple rooms over from canes. So. Okay. I do have a bag of French onion shifts here. Oh god. Now, he's going to give a whole review. Oh, it is. Terrible listening someone shoe rice. Ari guys tell you. These are good. I'm not gonna lie. Okay. Now, put them away. But I would still for sure go for next. Okay. So she we do do nad break now. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. Okay. So that's the first round or down to eight. But today's podcast also brought to you by southern comfort. 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Ashley before we get into the bracket. I just remembered. Oh, the bachelor is over is. And was there a proposal who did he pick? Let's go to Ashley for your bachelorette update delude. Hi, I'm Ashley brave band here with your bachelors upright. Oh, you're what. I got so excited because I. Technically, women you one with gigantic asterisks still how so how about we do the update. So people can know what the asterisk is. When we last spoke. Colton had jumped the fence. Yes. He await we. Oh, okay. Hold on. I'm blanking on. We didn't see him say goodbye to the other people. Right. No. He knows had the conversation with Cassie then he jumped the fence center home. So this was a two part finale unnecessary and our own gosh, it was so should've just been one episode. So we spent the first night having him go say goodbye to Teixeira and goodbye Hanje. He's like, no, I love Cassie. She left and says, she doesn't love me. But you know, I'm gonna fight for her. Because that's what you should do when a woman breaks up with us for them. Yeah. No means. Yes. No thing. I should know. So he's he sends them home. They're very upset naturally. And then he goes to get Kassian is like I sent everybody home. And she's like what why why did that psycho? Crazy. Why would you do that? And he's like, hey, my family's waiting in Spain. Why don't you come with me? No, don't Cassie says. Yes. And they have like they proceed to have like a regular show, essentially were Cassie goes to meet his family and his family's like. Why did you fail? She's well, he's obviously in love with me. And I don't know how feel yet. And it was just very awkward computer watch. And then they had a fantasy sweet. And they the the for sure toilet. They wouldn't say it though, which I liked although I could see her being like it. Creeps me out. How intimate you are? And I don't want sex. So then the next that basically is the end they're like, okay. Let's let's see what the next step is at the end of the road. So then we catch up with them in basically like they've just been dating since then and carry and they bring them out bring a melt bring them out bring out bring them out. They're not engaged. They're not living together, they just been dating. But the really happy have been together for a couple months. Here's the thing. Here's the thing is the thing that bothers me about the bachelor happened to different season. I think it was like two or three seasons ago. Somebody said something really reasonable one of the women which was like, look, I don't just don't know if I'm ready to get married right now. And I get it, but you came here, and that's the premise of the show. So if you're not ready to get married, which is reasonable because you've known this person for five minutes. It doesn't really matter if it's reasonable. You should have had that thought before you sign up for the show. It's like when people get married, and then they're like, he wants kids, and I don't. Oh, you should've talked about that before you got married. So if you didn't wanna get married, you should not have come onto the show. So yes, tufo ups one the show like you don't have to propose literally here for the wrong rate. It is expected that you propose now. But that wasn't always that way to give you a ring. Yes. Which is really it's a financial misstep taking advantage of angry. They gave it to her. Anyway, I thought I heard somewhere that Kimmel like gave her the ring or something Cassie. Yeah. I don't look it up later. Interesting of a lot of women go just for exposure to buy a national read, totally get. But if I were the bachelor, it'd be like, look you signed this thing. I know it's weird. I know it's weird. That's why not everyone comes on the show. If you come on the show, you don't get to be like, oh, I'm actually not ready to get married. Like, everyone says she wasn't obviously, obviously, you're not ready, but you sign up for this. And you don't get to be like I cash in exposure. I got to be the next bachelorette. And I was never gonna give married anyway. Like, that's not that doesn't. I don't. I don't you. Don't expect it. No, I respect anybody's wishes. I'm not saying force people to get married, but it's like don't use logic at the last step you came here under a premise. So you gotta at least pretend and then Dusing everybody else does get engaged in the we're not obviously not getting engage. I can't stand to be around you. That makes perfect sense. See I like this better than that as Fatos more realistic, but it's not realistic. We'll we'll see. And I think she doesn't want to be around him. Because if at the very beginning of your relationship, you're already being like, the we the end of this was supposed to end with me getting married to this person or getting gauged we're in the very beginning in a mardi. Like, oh, I don't know if I want to do that. Well, I don't think you're gonna last very long the beginning is when you're like get this guy's awesome. I love this guy. It was it's probably a dumb decision. But if you're not already ready to make a stupid decision that you. Thought you were gonna make when you got there. Then that means you don't I don't think she likes them one more counterpoint. Okay. We did hear from her that sh- her last serious relationship was when she was in college shore. And it turns out that guy was very controlling, and she kind of had to like give up everything that she was in change, her identity to make this guy happy, and so she so it was a relationship. Well, I'm just getting it was just a joke. 'cause I've been when you understand. Yes. So she doesn't have a good knowledge of how a healthy relationship works. When she this isn't a good place to learn that's very that's fair. But if she's like, I have to get if I have to get gauged at the end of that, I get it PANA and it takes control away. And I think she should do whatever she needs to regain her control. I'm not saying she did the wrong thing. I'm just saying when people are like man, that's how it should end. It's more realistic. It's like, yeah. Dating now. So then they should change the premise of the show, but they'll never do that. Because the show is supposed to be like they at the end of all that they get engaged or whatever. But I just. It's a weird if it's very weird show. Right. But I just think that this is I guess what I'm trying to say when you start to look too closely at any of the the beauty of the bachelors you dislike suspend your disbelief entirely and buy in on this weird premise, and what that means for the contestants and the show that you're watching unfold, but if halfway through they change it and the premise becomes something different than it's not that. I'm not in on an as much because like now, this all seems itchy and weird. It's like it's either it is what it is. And we all know what it is. Or isn't that? And I probably wouldn't watch it. I know that's weird because I don't think anyone should get married after knowing each other for a couple of days, but I also don't think you should date eight women at once like I think all of that is really weird. And as soon as it's like, of course, it's more normal for you to have just met. And then you end up dating instead of getting engaged. It's like sure, but it wasn't normal free to date. Eight women at one time third into lock I know. But at one point probably walk them in a house and not let them have their cell. Phones, that's weird. So if we're going to start to make the bachelor more realistic. I don't think we're gonna like the way that it goes because then women are going to be like, well, it's actually more natural for me to have my cellphone. Able to go to my house. And I just think it's a weird. It's a slippery slope one may say, and that's your bachelor update also Hindi is the bachelorette, which is a it is going to be interesting. So I took the biggest Elvis, and nobody that I picked did anything. I thought for sure one of my girls would be the battle. You've made it to the final four J's girl became the bachelorette. Which is that technically isn't what we were voting on. I know. But it did a did. It does. I'm lost. Yeah. Just let me and I own. I I I think we heard that you want but again asterisk, so that's how I feel. Oh, I guess that means it's time for a week. Katie. Can you give us the very Cavalieri up two years now? Now, let's go over to Katie with your very very update. Hi like that song in this is your very cavalry update. I forget. So let me think there wasn't a lot of Jane this episode because Kristen was going away on a business trip to California. Right Palm Springs at believe is that doesn't probably in Florida. No, it's in California. I know the states and things that are in them. So she's away. So they they really don't have that much going on this week, which is great not great. But great for the sake of this moving on quicker. The big thing that happened is they had to give back to the Lama. Oh, wait. No. So Jay's friend came over while Kristen was away. And Jay was like, dude, I need you to help me clean. The poop out of the chicken. Coop. Unproved? The coupe is what I would call eight. Boop. Poop, the coupe and thanks for your notes. And so the thing I don't like about J friends that we learned last season is when they're on camera. They are very aware of how on camera they are. And they're always trying to do a bit. And like, wouldn't it be funny? If I said this and it's like oh God. Okay. And I think it kinda shines. A light on. Why Chris and cavalry is so good at this. Because she her whole life has been on reality shows, and it sort of has become second nature to her in a way that I think goes under appreciated, but Jay's friend being there really highlights that anyway point is Jay was talking about chickens, laying eggs like older so loud when they lay the eggs like they go round. And they make a ton of noise and the guys imagine it probably because it hurts a lot Jays. Like, oh, yeah. I don't know. I never thought of it that way. And then his friend says the quote of the year, I think last year's was something about a goat. We got it on a shirt. Oh, yeah. Dwarf goat. Something about dwarf goat. Like you. Don't wanna get whatever this year's quota year. Do not put this under shirt. It was it was like if I had to think about it. Or like, I m magin chickens have pretty tight vaginas and j just said why? Why it could mean why would they have type of China's or why would you imagine that? So that happened and the big moment was they had to give back the Lama because they were renting it from Dirk spin league whose Luke Bryan, Luke, Bryan. And and so the the loop. Brian's wife comes back to get the llama they put the llama into the trailer. And and they have a little goat named pepper. Who clearly Jay does not like at all. And so when no one's looking he snuck pepper into the trailer. And Kristen looks over. When he's logging the thing, and she's like, what are you doing? And he goes just blocking it up. And then when the thing drove away, she's like, oh, man. I'm gonna miss peck announced just you me and pepper, and he goes. Yep. Just you mean? It was very funny, right? At the end, though, he told her that he put pepper in the trailer which kind of wish he didn't. But we'll have to wait to see next week. What happens to pepper on your next? Very Cavalieri update. Dude. Did he do great? Let's get back into the bracket. Let's get brackets into. Let's get breaking into the second snack. Let's snack. It j. Yes. Okay. Round. We have Doritos versus potato chips. Yikes. Mug aches. This is a tough one is a championship division. I love thereto. Also traders are very close to potato chips. Yes. Can I say something random like barely related? I saw one of those life hacks. You know, every now and then you'll see something on the internet member. I told you saw the ice cream on you put ice cream in the bag before you put it in the freezer, and it keeps it from getting freezer. Burn a saw one that was like if you take cool ranch Doritos, and you put them in one of those one of those things that's made to a pepper grinder. Yup. And you grind it or food. You can have cool ranch Doritos as a seasoning on credible. I know my microphone was like onions. French without telling rich. Before the thanks. So I thought that was cool. That's a that's a check in the win column for thereto yet if you're grabbing a bag of potato chips vinegar. Oh, wow. Out hesitation. Yeah. I go through phases though. I went through phase. When I I loved barbecue chips. It was all I would eat. And now I haven't had a barbecue. Chip in years. I just like I think I ate my fill of q chips. I tend to like our criminal Nyan union. Nyan shedder sour cream, which is cream. I guess. Yeah. I think just like cheese cheesy to stuff our creamy stuff. Look if you're like in Sacramento and chips, you really need to be in a fun. I wanna get you a funny. Okay. I would love to try walking. But just a plain on flavored potato chip also still good if it's a Cape Cod ship. I like ruffles really really that into ruffles their that's their whole value right is dip like the ruffles were supposed to hold onto the dips. Our? Oh, yeah. Those are the best of the best sour cream in cheddar, chillier, ruffle. Yeah. I don't I don't know what to do here. Like, miss Krantz. Oh, they are so criminal you we have this of potato chips in their growth. You don't like regular. I don't you don't like regular potato chips. Pretty good. Of course, their chips. Yeah. These look like knock off 'cause they're kettle cooked right kettle chips. They're called dirty potato those are so good. Fine. Don't you wish your in here? Eating extremely jealous about all the chip having fun to put an entire sentence on the front of the bag. We cook it a premium peanut oil blend for crunchier, tastier potato chip. Exclamation point. Like, okay, amp, the chips, pretty good. I don't mind. I don't mind it. But man, if I couldn't ever have thereto again, I'd be upset but also same with vinegar chip. Oh, you like them to nobody likes loves homeownership. Not good being a paper. I was just gonna say. Your mouth, although it feels like it disinfects. So that's like a bonus for you. Like Greece in there too. For you. Right. Sure. Dirt potato chip. What are we going to do here? A love Cape Cod chips. I love Doritos. I think are those don't count, right? Those indicate don't correct it was coming to wine glass. I feel like if I was at the store. And I. Had to grab a bag. I feel like I would grab a bag of Doritos would to ingrain angry Tarita. Yeah. I know my vote doesn't count. I would go with chips. You would. Yeah. Why is that? I just there's so many so many good chips. And there's really only two really great three does. And I would now forsake many bad chips. That's true. But you could always choose the good kinds K. I think you're right. I think your vote doesn't count. If you said. Okay. Next match-up combos versus cheeses. She said Saito cheese. I know but RIP Tacoma's, which we are very much enjoying in here in a strange order. Look weird. It looks when a bit of a break off. I haven't had one in two years after the. Yeah, it's fine. Show him that. But also give him a good one just show him. Like, oh, you don't wanna eat that. Once you see combo. Yeah. There's only a couple left asks you ate most of them. Well, now, I can't eat this until you come back because I got a vampire guys what's going on in your life is everything. Good. You want to ping later or you gotta go back. Kumbo trying to vamp. Okay. Oh, yeah. These are pretty good. Yeah. Right. But the being said, we're just saving these tiny bag. I already looked at those like those are mine. Please open those for sure Cheez its, but these are pretty good. Yeah. They're not. They're not props to combos combos made it further than they should have been. They'd be pretzels. A huge win was a huge win. Good. Everybody's saying I'm repeating you a lot today notice an open bags microphone and doing your little bit. I think you are upset with me. Just sick. Oh, well, then keep repeating me. Okay. I'll keep repeating it. Okay. Next up. We have checks mix versus Cheetos, it's Cheetos for me, and it's not it's not closed, man. I like how much easier this round has been except for the for the torito's. I particularly that sucked. But that's fine moved on. And then lastly popcorn versus fruit. Snacks. I think it's an easy one. I think it's popcorn and a half of bummer Brits out of his neck. Yeah. Fruits next, though. Okay. We are in down to the final four we ever made decisions that quickly in our lives. We are. We do feel strongly about food experts in the field. Here we go over matchup Doritos versus cheeses. We're moving so fast. Damn it. Like my every liquid. This is the gift of the little girl going. Why can't we have both? That's this for me. Why must we get rid of one? Yikes. So we gotta talk through it logically. Okay. Can you get what you get from cheese it somewhere else? Can you get what you get from a dorito somewhere else? I think the answer is notable. I know like a cheddar cracker. I guess there's those like crackers. Oh, yeah. Put her in the middle or whatever with cheese in the middle to. I know it's not I'm just trying to look I'm trying to doing great. I'm talking through it. I feel like we need to open the cheeses. Yes channel I told her. It was Mon and they were mine. I'm just going to have once. I can remember. Can have a bunch of them. I have three dogs at home. She's it's also come in various flavors. So there's regular flavor which is arguably the best. But there's also like the parmesan, which isn't bad. I once accidents got a combo box of regular parmesan and actually found myself looking for the parmesan exact same thing happened. Yeah. And I don't think it's because the cheddar ones in that box for some reason aren't as good. But I liked the parmesan ones. Also, I think they used to have. I don't know if they still make them they had cheese. It's burnt ends. Like, they were the burnt ones. And those are the best ones. Now, I never even see a burnt one in a cheese. It's bag. It must be making probably. Who the white cheddar ones are really? Here's the thing about she's there's enough of a difference between white cheddar and parmesan. I feel like they get better the more you eat. Yeah. Hundred percent, which is very strange. If you're drinking like a nice soda with cheese. It's. I love soda that being said what I think I've overdose. Whoa. Really? Yes. Really why? Sorry. Why is that meeting? Two. Watching actually try to remember to hit the button when she coughs has been my favorite part that wants stuck up on me. When she looks at me and goes. I I think they're better. Not a great reason. I like those better more because I think they're better. Okay. But why because they taste better. At our to me. I'm eating I feel less bad when you to choose it. Yes. Probably because they're healthier. We have jas like the goldfish thing faked. They're covered in. Yeah. Something that's gonna get all of your fingers. You can eat them in still talk to people. I eat cheese. It's at least like three times a my goodness. She's it's easy to just like Popham. And like not really think about it. Yeah. You know, Doritos you take a biting like. Oh, yeah. As you're just so satisfying verse so delicious, we have a snack drawer here and one time Steve filled it with a bunch of stuff in one of them was cheeses as soon as I saw that. I took the box of cheese it's out of the snack drawer and put it in my desk hour because I remember seeing the teases then twenty minutes later being like where are the cheeses gone worry about it? Don't ask questions. You don't want answer. Oh my God. That's how I feel about cheeses. It's like if these are here, I'm not gonna be able to eat a couple of them. I don't want them right now. But no. What else is gonna get to touch these? And I know people are gonna say that's really selfish, but it's my show. So I feel like if there's cheese it's on my show. I get and I want to get out of them. You guys are sometimes animals with that natural time. I get to it's empty wasn't gonna lose out on cheeses. And nobody else even noticed except Jay. Maybe I think is I told Andrew shirts some with Andrea. Oh, yeah. You weren't here. There's more the story because I know she saw them. And I was like well that. Silence. Senator text in the middle of the work day. Visit justly know that she's that's my desk drawer fy, needs them. Just as me. But what I'm saying is I treat cheese. It's like drugs. Yes. I really can't eliminate them. But I love to like Lawrence drills are the best and Nacho cheese. Rita's? Our rights are not cheesier to read. It's right behind Clarence crazy that a chip have to so two flavors that are so different in both. So well respected. Yeah. They really they're not. They're not similar. I know. And no one's going to agree with me if I picked cheeses. I just feel like I'm betraying my. I don't think your true. I don't think that's true. No, nobody likes cheeses as much as I do. I just have made it kind of brand to the point where like Jesus with a quiet and you hit me up yet to offer me cheeses for life. Well, maybe they didn't know now they know I once got a box shipped to garbage time address to me that was just full of individual bags of cheeses. I'd know who it came from. And I still ate him. You want to tell the public. I wouldn't do it again. But let's. I thought about it. I asked who it was from. And then I was like waiting to hear back and just opened a bag while I waited it was like second night, even think about it. And then I was like I probably should have not done. Well, then I found out who it came from. And it was fine. It was like a gag from somebody that I work with or worked with. But I was like oh, man. Abaga cheese. I can't eat that nam nam nam nam nam nam nam nam, so funny. They're so good. I think I would go. She's at Stu, you would will your vote doesn't count. I know. But just so, you know, I feel like Doritos is the right choice. But I I have to go. I don't this is this is your cat. Oh, it's due in your sick. I am. But you gotta you don't need to give this is not a pity vote. No. I know it's not a pity Yvo. I've don't I'm it's I I would pick either. Like, it's not. I'm just I feel good. I'm. I'd sound like a poser. I were like, oh, yeah. Notes Doritos like I have to fight for cheeses. You will. Like everybody knows. I love. She's it's just not ready over marriage. I'm just not ready for it. Why don't what if we feel daily strongly about fading cheeses? I also wanna date Doritos, man. I'm gonna hop offense. Do you want me to try to convince you more under? He does. I don't know if if you could cause I don't really need to they're so good. I know. You can put them in a grinder. I said that. Six years ago and still never done it. I just like what a cool thing. I'm definitely never going to do. But I the fact that I could next time you cook. You'll do it for sure, but you can also use cheese. It says like topping on stuff. Like, if you're baking, you can do a cheese it crusted or. Tonight. That's a common one Reagan sprinkled on. No, you can use it on top of like spin. Spend it aspired it you could put it on top MAC and cheese, like a baked MAC and cheese with some. Okay. We get it. I don't cook. Tommy, you wouldn't try cheese it Sam and. Everything you don't have too much. My neighbor share dirty seek my did. I would love it. It's on the menu. I think that's on guy guy. Here's gloss over with band sauce, top MAC and cheese with Jesus as well, which I feel like I should try it. Definitely. I think I've had it where I don't know. Restaurant guide and it comes. Bam something with donkey sauce on the side unless you wanna mix it in like an animal. Okay. Oh, come. I still vote torito's. Jay's silent vote is for cheeses. Gimme one set. Can you van? Yep. -solutely Katie is getting up. She is opening the door. Not sure she's going. I wonder if she's going to find rita's issues to go find, oh, you know, what we're gonna do guys. Listen to this mute button ready here goes. A. Yeah. I think she just walked out into the bullpen to ask. Everybody about cheeses injury. Does I can just you're just sticky leading widely pointing at people. I think she's making the vote. She does not like making decisions staff gets to vote on my vote doesn't count who that hurts. What the hell? I think she just mouth the words. Jesus christ. I bet they're tied up. Hold on. Let's he can't wait. Hey, Katie what's up team? Wouldn't if you let the staff vote, and you didn't let me vote that is not cool. She can't hear which is all I can hear him. Keith Olbermann said Doritos, actually, I I said cheeses Doritos, he said gallbladder removal, and I was like that's not. And then he said, but if I had to choose its Doritos, our staff was split, Pat was the deciding vote he said cheese. It's then he switched and which was really weird. So classic panic. We just have to go with the I couldn't decide. Confirm Keith Olbermann and Pat vote. Yeah. You've always your vote. Yup. Just check in some of it's about time. Somebody gave Keith Olbermann a platform. All right. I'll. That guy speak. Okay. Okay. You're right on rescind. Okay. No other site, man. I feel I might change that. Okay. Another side Cheetos versus popcorn number ten. She does number three popcorn. Wow. We'll Steve rank Cheeto really poorly gave it a walk to the final. This is not going to be a popular opinion. I picked Cheetos over I was gonna pick Cheetos too. Well, so listen, we never really did get into puffs versus crunchier puff frontier puff. But I like a puff. Yeah. But I also like a crunchy. I prefer crunchy. He does I know you do, and that's the one that helps with a hangover, but I I don't know of Jackson's still company, but they used to make the puffs, and they were really good. And I haven't seen them in a while. Interesting. I wonder if we had said like cheese, curls. It would have included all the other brands. Yeah. Probably. But it doesn't matter because she does makes puffs now. So I don't need a long hard conversation with myself about cheese bowls. Did you those long? I told you a bucket food. Boy, I used to you know, that used to say you can't only eat just one that was about laze. No, I think it was about cheese knows about laze can't eat just one. That was lays I'm gonna to you're going to quit. Go ahead. Keep used to routinely just eat one and sit there tortured staring at what point one you would. That is. So there was a to a Twitter thing the other day that was like what is the most on brand story from your childhood. That's. It's what J J I have the mute button. Going betcha can't eat just one years ago. Lay's potato chips threw down the gauntlet in a new advertising campaign. So it was a few years ago and twenty thirteen so how old are you? When you approve this point stand by I think, it was an old too. It makes you think that googling it is going to give you a different result. Because this was when it was this was a long time ago, so nineteen Eighty-three Lay's potato chips ad, and I feel like it could have also been for cheese balls. Maybe they did it. I. Or maybe it was just a challenge. One of my siblings. Said it is become a thing. Also, these Utz ones. No, the planters wants ones weren't very good enters dibs. She's balls. I think so that's the guy with the little peanut rate. Yeah. Mr. peanut how disrespectful tops because Mr. peanut. That's the guy with the little peanut like my God show, some respect through national icon, although very not a fan of the Super Bowl commercial lighting, see it because I was at the what was it was hidden, Charlie Sheen. Oh, yeah. He had a really funny tweet recently. I don't remember Pena. Yeah. Sub tweeted somebody know the one I retweeted it was like I feel like a lot of you don't have never had to wear a monocle and also be a peanut. And it didn't have that many to that. It was really funny you done with your obviously incorrect legal. I don't like being wrong. I didn't realize they were discontinued. But they're Beck. Now. What are the cheese bows with z? Oh, that's slanders. Yeah. No that so. Yeah. In any case, I think maybe it was just something that my siblings said, and I was or at least Muslim or lease either way. Either way are delicious by the internet and not on the cheetah's over public. This was a long walk off a short pier popcorn. I don't I it's tough to get rid of. But ever since I started eating Cheetos to stop myself in puking after I've had too much to drink allegedly that I can't I can't get I can't get rid of them. They're so good. But you guys should if you ever see the big red bag of popcorn call popcorn Indiana, Indiana Indy. Denda what's a coke into its pup co going into nine I knew should get it and get the kettle corn one. What I thought of referrals from Sweden salty. Why is on Coachman? That's a good. I'm going to right? Oh my Cup on your right? Think of it later. Well. We've reached the health gape of Doritos versus Cheetos in the fine. Oh my gosh. Hey, and we never talked never. Overman what we never talked about. What's his face is snack bracket? Was it? Chris Evans, one of the next packet. Will he didn't call it a snug it? What lose? There is a trending topic this week about. So it was the ones that were in in the snack. Backs snack Bax hep the pug as almost over inside the sting. Oh, it's a good one to inside the variety mixer six types of chips shirt and Chris Evans wrote that the correct answer is number one cool ranch number two Cheetos number three Nacho cheese. Doritos number four Fritos number five days. Six original as he said number one cool ranch number two Cheetos. Yeah. That's already Nacho cheese sandwich. Yikes. XXX execs. He put original as the bottom barbecue as never came in those bags originally is our lame barbecue as never came in the snack box. I remember when the at school. They would like have those boxes than you'd have to fight with other people to take blue Doritos. It was always fight for the blue thereto. I really am wondering. Now, if like, I think like Nacho cheese, torito's better. Better close second. And I bet you're used to the blue all being gone. So you eat the Red Eye eight Koran at Aaron's birthday party and they were revelation because I hadn't had one really longtime. Why have you not had one in a really long time is busy as I said earlier. I am chips over Doritos. Yeah. I know you Jay, and we blew past notice. We didn't have regular chips at Aaron's birthday party. I did notice that didn't I did notice. That's the only time I buy regular chips when I'm having people over or like of hosting a function, and I'm like, oh people like chips, otherwise, I don't buy them either. I feel that. Yeah. In that scenario, I buy Doritos. I just think Doritos are aggressive sometimes people might not always like them. But I guess we've evolved to appoint I feel like putting out a bowl of Cheetos is not a common thing. Not the should be for sure, especially if they're it's just if you've got white furniture. Furniture. Did you already say you were puffs over crunch on puffs over country for sure have you seen the little giants? Yes. Silent. I know. He has lied on our process, light straight. I've seen the movie he lied. He. Lied to Wilkinson. That I feel like even if likes the taste of puffed better, which I don't after seeing that movie, I couldn't like knowingly accept puffs is my preference. Why because like a really letting kid head food in his helmet, and they pulled it out. And there was also a bag of Cheetos, and he was like crunchier puffed like puffed, and he goes wimp. It's just like it was real frowned upon to have puffed they has puffed Cheetos back, then I'm telling you. I could be mis remembering it, but highly down today, highly doubt it voicemail about it next. Someone else out there there is someone. I know it I can feel it in my bones. I don't wanna finish the bracket. I don't I feel like he does is the answer. But I don't I feel like you did with cheese. It's I don't think I can say no to Cheetos Cheetos is my lifeblood. Jay, where do you fall in this debate? I think I it's really hard. I think I would decide to go with Cheetos over Doritos. I think I'm gonna go with Cheetos because you can eat them more often than I don't eat. I don't let myself have Doritos as much as I let myself Cheetos, I feel like I was trying to decide based on like if I had residue left on my fingers, which one of my absolutely eating versus which might be like, oh, I'm gonna go wash off. I've never watched off residue. Get out of here. I know. I'm not always eat at home or you're going based off of if I'm ordering like if I'm like at a store and picking up snacks, how often in my grabbing one versus the other. And I think it's two to one to one them grabbing Cheetos, that's interesting. I feel like if I were to eat an entire bag of something though. I need an entire bag of Doritos before. I'd know I tire bag of Cheetos Lear in those Cheetos, you could just send little crunch Ables fun. Fact, the bait Cheetos really aren't that bad. Yeah. That's a good point baked Lay's. Make you wait. It's not lays. It's doritos. Do they have bakery? Or they always baked. I think they might let me go ahead. I have no idea. What Senator Rideau, it's a tortilla? Chip, right. In fact, nuclear do have baked three does that they're not good. Not cheese flavor. I had a baked version of it. Oh, they're not bad. I've seen those before I've had it on a flight, but it wasn't dorito brand. But it was like, oh, this is actually pretty good. I think they're out of I think they discontinued them. There is a company that makes them like a healthier version. And they're fine. But they're not as the real Craigslist break. Cheetos are aren't that bad? I'm gonna give it to Tito's. The because because I didn't give it to cheese. It's over dorito. So this is the karma Baldo lie. So it's cheetahs. We're gonna start serving bowls of Cheetos everywhere. Just going to hide them in my desk as a country, though, should make a movement towards having bowls of Cheetos readily available. I know. I'm citing with you the winner of the bag snacks snack. It. Pretty amazing. We are going to get to one more voicemail, but I cannot believe we still zoster. How are we going to because this will this will breathe new life into your lungs? Today's podcast. Also brought to you by quick something breath in my lungs, man. I don't think we've ever done one of these will Cain actively doing radio once one four quip. That's what I'm saying. We haven't done a song. Yeah. This one gets loud to how what song is it had. How is it? Selene? Dion Lau heard we can't look at me before you continue. We can't do Celine. Dion loud today. What if we did a yogurt or less ballot selene Dion who goes by the name of Salima Miley Cyrus? Okay. What song you care to come in here like wrecking ball? No. He's. Holy. All right here. We go. Cat. Only God God. What? We do for our health every day this crush RTD yet most up thus don't do it properly clip is a better. To created by dentists dues. Really good. He brushed too hard in some electric toothbrushes are to a braces. Built into. Thirty. Two in mind. Helping God of. Even clean and dig clutter, your sink and make traveling with an electric toothbrush. He's here. I have a clip Anna like it. It's great, and I like the little replacements, son. Do that's why I left with and why they are backed by over twenty though. Dental professionals that's hard to. Due silla. Quickstart twenty. You go to get quipped. Slash. No Lynn right now. You get your. Refill? Free. Electric. Three. ET Q pizza. All in. Yeah. The. Can't quit dot com slash. Is over still. Okay. Man that one worked better than I thought are you? Okay. I'm so sorry. Oh my God. Please soda Pudge is for that ever. Tyreek hill is being investigated by police for alleged battery. What if only oh shocked pace? Oh my gosh. Favorite thing. It's a really it's about finding the ones with the rhythm is really goes. Really good pickaxe. Thank you really strong came to me in my dream. Let's let's. We kind of fix your dreams. Hi, katie. My name is Aaron from Boulder, Colorado. I have a an attention fear of leading voice now because it can be replayed over and over again. So people can listen to my mistakes, so overcoming a huge fear. Calling. You. You actually Ajay is what did you were? Most unfounded, irrational fear that doesn't make anything, but they'll just is absolutely terrified you explain. You mean it, and you defend testing jobs. So, and you know, what the most people you can tell right down their questions when they call in and leave a voicemail live voicemail, and you didn't because I can tell and you still crushed it. So good for you and don't be afraid anymore. But as I'm saying that I know you're still going to be afraid because funny enough, my will there's one that's funny. And then there's one that is relevant to what she said. One of my fear. I hate making phone calls. I hate calling a doctor's office or like calling somebody to have to have a conversation. I hate it. We've had this conversation before I think I've said all someone's voicemail. Oh, and like, I can you can like leave them voicemail without it their phone ringing. What does that leave leave? Us. Avoid don't them live. I've left voice the voice mail. Yeah. I know 'cause you're thinking going, it's why it gets you have. No you have. I don't like calling people. I really hate it. Yeah. But the other thing which is not gonna make any sense now. But I need you to just believe me. It's singing in front of people. I never could do it. The only thing the first time. I did it was here with you guys address copy. I can't sing in front of people. I get really nervous and uncomfortable. I don't know where to look, and I don't know what to do. And then I just awful. I'm obviously still pretty bad. But I've never even been able to normally my voice will crack, and I'll start crying. It's really weird. So it's funny that I that that's now a bit that we do I guess we're all conquering irrational fears here in the cat. That's incredible. With your rational fear. I don't like doing things unless like a Noel be the best at them. And it will. Yeah. That's a crippling. It's it is. But it's something that I've had to start like I've had to start a dressing because before I wouldn't even like start something. If I was if I wasn't sure I was going to win it or be. Better than anybody thinks that don't matter the yet. It's funny because I know you're explaining it to the listeners, and I'm going you don't need to explain it. Really, well and a notice, but I'm like, I'm trying to proactively do things that I know I'm bad like what like play trivia with you. And Steve because I am not higher because it's not fun. And when it's like, we're getting together to have fun. I wanna have fun, and it is for you. It's fun for me. I don't like it. So it's, but you're not gonna conquer your fear unless you learn to enjoy it just doing it isn't worth. Well, it's it's also like when we play those if you wanna get into it those specific aims like it's there's like a ticking clock, and it's like a speedy. I'm lacking. Whereas like when we play draw full, we can just mess around. And it's like, yeah. Anything, but it's different. There's like the pressure's not there and the timers significantly longer. Right. So anyway, I've I've tried to get better at that. It's hard to do. Yes. Especially 'specially when you have this reputation of. Being hyper competitive people give you a hard time when you lose. Yeah. True. True. Steve Robson in a lot. And I'm like, hey, that's that can help me get hurt. Not just fun. It's okay. And it off when actually lose yet. How I have to try the Reich, which I. Yeah. I can also see the other side of it where it's like when you win you're like him I won. And when someone does it to you, you don't get it. Well, I know how good it too. Literally. You did just do that. But if your best friend, and your husband of all people can't be the ones that just know this about you and help you out will then who can you know, if other but other people are going to keep doing that. Because you're very loud when you win height make it, and I've tried to get better about that too. I didn't even say anything to you about. But the latest thing know about the about the about the wrestling pool that we were oh give it that was luck. It see you to meaning my victory. Just so everyone's aware of what we're talking about. We did a pool for the Royal Royal rumble, ROY a one boy one bowl and hopes. Participated in any case, we drew numbers out of the hat, and then whoever came out at that. Number was your person in Katie picked the winner randomly pick this to people in the final three or four. Yeah. It was awesome is great for you again toll absolutely crush things where we did a draft an active draft based on like, well, we don't judge right. Anyway. Jay, irrational, fear, super weird every time I go to a stadium. I feel like I'm gonna get robbed and really nervous that somebody's gonna take my stuff. And I'm never gonna be able to go stadium like any huge public event. I get real real like my pockets to keep my wallet mother's like crazy, anxiety, a fanny pack. Yeah. That's my next move. I mean, that's me every time I go to a bar if you like everyone there is going to try to take me to their house. Well, we are all of us doing always whenever my girlfriends that is going to be like we're gonna go home with these guys. I was like, no, we're not. Okay. We can just go like, I don't know how I would be single. When it come home like no rapist lady just called meeting. That's not a rational. That's totally rational fear. That was fair minded a little bit know, they're both Cray Cray, guys. That's it for this week's dishes sports. Really ran the game. We covered it. All we got in that sports news about to rekindle. We got in the rational fear news. We talked about rape. And snacks. We really covered everything. Shadow to God. No. Two. Kids. What's the company were shouting out southern comfort and. Get quit dot com. No, then. All right. Get out of my face and fifty guys relisting now again later when you get home, and you know, last week we said you only to listen to it once this week. Let's go let's go on your horse and write it down the road and stop at a seven eleven if you went to the gym earlier and grab yourself some chips by now this should be like three listens. And then you're gonna go home. And then usually after I go to the gym and get home. I eat snacks and pass out. That's common thing. Play some video games. Do you can be listening to it? The whole time doing that. Did you put your horse in the driveway because they make sure it's running around? I've been played a lot of red dead blown. I've been playing red dead online together and it's been very enjoyable for me. So anyway, make sure your horses safe. And you listen to the podcast eight times. I don't know what about that is hard to follow. Or you could always leave us. Nice review wherever you listening to this podcast, which by the way, reading we love them like this one from chessmen four five to seven to nine say hope it's not chessman for five to seven six. This reduces. 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Best of Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell: 05/26/2020

"The class of two thousand twenty deserves a proper sendoff, which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast, featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey. A lot of things we will never injury pit bull guys a generation. Go change the world, Becky, G, cashew, and many many more check out commencement the podcast out now on the iheartradio APP, or wherever you get podcasts with a special Doritos, Valedictorian, episode where doritos takes graduation speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition, assistance and sharing their speeches with the world. Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained his innocence since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years. Innocent people on death row newly uncovered evidence posters those claims of innocence. Believed? That women I would not charge. You be the judge. Governor the PODCAST. What feels like innocent on death row. Listen to dear governor iheartradio. APP ON APPLE PODCAST or wherever you get your podcasts. Go Fox sports, radio. Rj on a day in which leagues are trying to figure out a plan to move forward? You've got the NFL PA telling the NFL to slow down with their plans on season. Is the Vegas lead here on a Tuesday? Yet to me? The Las Vegas lead is that we actually have a tangible plan, and some of you might not call this. A major league I wouldn't call it. A major league I'm an anti hockey guy. I mean I'm just not neutral anti because you get those hockey fans, you ever noticed this. Their fanatical. And then they seem to not know anything about any other sport meaning. This baseball fanatics that are much more fanatical about it than I am. But, they're usually baseball and football, baseball and NCA by like. The hockey guys seemed to be hockey or nothing. and to me that makes me feel like they're the other. There's some other that I don't necessarily want to associate with. Jonas, have you ever? Have! You ever noticed that the hockey fanatics aren't really fans of the other sports. It's a different breed it is. Canadian. I love hockey, but you know I I. Love Every other sport as well too. So so when you say you love everything it means you love nothing. You just it's. Like everything. I really like everything and. You ever noticed that says that the hockey. Gets hockey or not? It doesn't seem like there's a hockey fan that also loves the NFL yeah, and the the fans are so passionate about their game, but they don't care about the other sports I. Think why they're so passionate is they understand deep in their hearts stupid and you gotta quit. Or you gotta go alwin. I, tell you what you try you either raise her votes stays and I tried to call so I go to a hockey game. I try to leave early. BE TRAFFIC IN LA. This was back in the late ninety S. these kings fan like screaming at me. What are you doing? Leaving early I was in Chicago. What's it been now seven years? I think ago the summer they won the cop I was there the night they won the wife and I were there. That's where we took our honeymoon. I love food. You know so there you go. Yeah and. I remember we were seeing. Godfather three the only time I've ever seen except for when it's original released Christmas night or Christmas Day I. Guess Way Back in Ninety one. It was only other time I saw it on the big screen. Meaning even advertised. Want to it by the way. If you hate godfather three, rewatch it. It's A. It's a mean this whole, Horton. No, it's not horrible. It's just it's probably like the twelfth best movie made of the year doesn't mean it's up to one and two godfather three is not bad I'll I'll talk about hot take, but the crowd I. Tell You the hockey fans were going crazy. I don't like it, but I think the fact that they are taken the initiative and they've got a plan means it has lead in NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced earlier today that the League will have a twenty four team playoff format. If they're able to resume play, the regular season is over. They'll go straight into the playoffs to hub cities will host the Games and training camps start no earlier than July. First all right good rundown of the facts, let's go with a few more and to me. These are the questions as in as we try to assess the wisdom of this, so the first four seeds get a buy in each conference. But they're not gonNA rast. That'd be absurd They're gonNA. Play each other, so the number one plays the number four three and two in a round robin. And the seedings are going to be dictated, one two, three and four by that round Robin Tournament. I've never ever seen before in any event and let me ask you guys. Where there's a buy. But there's not really they're playing amongst themselves. The theory of a by as you get to rest now again I get it since these are best three out of five the play in round so when five through twelve play each other. It's a best of five that could take two weeks right or whatever it is in hockey I. Don't watch US I don't know but. You get you. Get. You don't just want them resting more. But they're playing each other, but the stakes are so low. Steve are they gonNA meaning. If you're the one seed or the second seed or the third seed, not that you wouldn't care, but you got your by, and we'll call it buying quotes anyway. Do you show anything business decision I make sure everyone stays healthy and I play four lines, and almost like you know what it's like. It's like the All Star game in baseball. dictating. Team in the world series, you'd like to have it. But I don't see a lot of teams like obsessed. I don't see teams obsessed over at the all-star break I agree and what's face it. Hockey is different than the fizzy. Yes eighth seed can beat the one. There's not that much of a of a of a differential in the NBA. You'd really want that one, so you can play it below five hundred team in the first round if they were receiving sucking edge. So you're making an interesting point, you have more eight seats for example. Do Own hockey than basketball by far. The two advantages of being the one that say over the four is you. You'd play in theory an easier first round, but once you got to the main four. You'd have home ice advantage. Gino's high new ice advantage see I was good, yeah! I mean I know a lot of hockey. I'm just not GONNA act like I do object. Be Sure to catch live editions of straight Outta Vegas Weekdays at six PM Eastern Three PM Pacific on Sports Radio, in the iheartradio APP, an it career at Ddat, means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate, join DDAT IT for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at. DOT, com slash. Careers ged ethnic laboratory employability veteran. So Joan you loving hockey, and this is RJ straight out of Vegas. Do you see this one two three and four mattering this much, or do you see it being something? That isn't worth the hubbub. Feels a little goofy. There's no home-ice advantage. These are going to be played in two different locations. You make a good point, yeah? There is no home ice advantage. So the fact, a new home ice was actually wrong so all it would be as you're playing a lesser team in theory. Yeah, that's it so this. Routing yeah, this is based on seating and I think that maybe players and coaches will like the idea of not just rushing into the playoffs in your cold, and you don't have any exhibition games. Maybe those top four seeds it'll give them some reps against really good competition and kind of get their juices going a little bit, but then it should be an exhibition game. Yeah, that's why it doesn't make a whole lot of sets and what you're saying actually makes a ton of sense, except if you extend it, it actually contradicts. The idea that the other eight those are playing for four spots are starting playing for their lives. It's a best of five, so if the first game is by Jonas's account whether or not they're not going to be. They're going to be a little rusty. They're gonNA play themselves it then why in the heck would though that first game for the other eight teams in the conference? He had sixteen teams overall that are all playing for half as many siege right so. Overall can be sixteen teams in the first round playing for eight. To advance right best the three. If the Games should matter a lot early. That makes sense, but then the one through four play each other doesn't if Jonas is right, and early is gonna be Rusty, the wire the high stakes games of the season for those sixteen teams looking to play in. Happening right then. If like, you can't win in a weird way. They're contradicting each other with this. Yeah, now, that said I'm happy. It's happening. I'm happy they've the initiative. I heard NHL was going to be tougher. Just because you've got multiple countries, people traveling from overseas. Get back to the US restrictions. That's a good point is is a lot of hockey. Players are from Europe and sadder, so the fact that the most. Complex logistically maybe league to come back. Hockey is the first with a plan. That's kind of another indictment about the NBA and to me, and by the way we did some research on this. We can't find the answer when we do. If one has it, you can tweet me at Rj Vegas. They don't know yet if they're going to re seed or not, so the theory is you know you're gonNA receipt amongst the one, two, three and four. There's GonNa be some see that comes out of that round robin with those four teams, one, two, three and four, no home ice, but one two, three and four. But then amongst the five through twelve, whatever four emerges from there. Are they. Is it going to be like tournament? Sixteen beach one like in the NCAA that sixteen ends up playing eight nine. When you know that, or are they going to recede and say the worst team has to play the number one seed. On your. seating coming in John Us. Have you seen that specifically? We couldn't find I haven't seen specifically. It would make the most sense since there is no home is that the lowest seed plays the highest seed I? Don't know that you just go. Because then. What's the point of even giving a rip about playing the Round Robin for the first four seats I'm wondering about that. I wonder but no. And you make a great point implicitly is not knowing where you have to travel one of the reasons. Things is you gotta plan ahead to know where you're going to go? And your point is if you're all in the same place. What's the difference? Yeah doesn't matter. It's an interesting point now I also hear some theory that Vegas might be in the mix for this, either is one of the two locations, or they still don't know if the Stanley Cup would be in a different location, but it might be a neutral like Vegas. We're not sure we'll talk about that. If when it happens for sure. I'm RJ. Bell Straight. Out of Vegas be sure to catch live editions of straight OUTTA. Vegas weekdays at six PM Eastern Three PM Pacific it's a basic trip. People need each other. It's why Penn Fed credit unions I members joined together for a better financial future for five years. We've been there for our members and communities and we're here for you today we can help you bridge financial gap. Save wisely and make confident decisions with your money. We know we are always stronger and better together. That's why we hope you'll join us. Membership is open to everyone. Apply Today Panther Dot Org insured by NCUA. Here's bucur on the heard. Listen if we want our. Our sports to continue as we know them in some form or fashion, we have to get back to playing and everybody knew it. You can't not have an NFL season unless you're willing to say. We're just starting from scratch on all these. Because all TV money goes and the whole salary caps structures are completely destroyed. You'd have to blow up the collective bargaining agreement. They're gonNA. Find a way to resume this season and get back in place because if you don't that, it's very difficult to have the structure that you need to play next season. Bucur on the her now think about those words blow up, destroy difficulty. Even play next season. Everybody knew it. So what Rick Bucur saying is. That, if at all possible. They were gonNA play this season and if they didn't, if somehow they couldn't. If at all possible, but let's say they couldn't that. Destruction would be wrought. Now, you might say why. Why is it so important? What what is he talking about? The logic is there right. These agreements between the Labor and the owners have not contemplated missing an entire season and splitting up the losses, the amount of losses that much pain financial pain. Is something that the players would have felt taken and hoodwinked if somehow they agreed, and the owners will be willing to lose enough. To make the players not feel taken a hoodwink there'd be. It's like a divorce in which no side can accept it 'cause. It's just as bad as that or just as bad as anything, not death, but anything and they never can really get past it. And if that you know, we can say rebuke, or doesn't always talking about, but if you believe bucur in general. That's what the stakes have been. And, I haven't heard that Jonas. Would I've heard? Is that yeah, We WanNA. Come back, but player how it's like literally. Survival of the League's have been at stake. That feels very different than the narrative we've had. What do you think? I believe Rick Bugler. I don't think he would make up something like that. It's the guy who covers the sport and a lot of ways. They butter his bread so to speak in the fact that he says No. You don't really have a choice here financially. You need to figure this out and come back I, think the longer this has gone on the more. That's become a reality member Lebron James early on who said man? If there's not fans in attendance I'm not playing. His tune changed in ten weeks. Based on what we've seen and to me the question we ask ourselves. We'll pick this up tomorrow which. What about all the Yapping? eappen Yap from the League's themselves that are talent as nothing like that reality, so if this is true, this reality. That bucur just laid out. This is life and death in a way for the League's. Isn't what any of the League's of expressed, so they've been misleading us and quite. Frankly, it's not what any of the shows have expressed. You haven't heard talk show, Xyz, saying it, and thus everyone's been in on a big food Gezi of town things that just aren't true and to me I'm not okay with it. Fox Sports radio has the best sports talk lineup the nation. Catch all of our shows at Fox sports radio. Radio DOT COM and within the iheartradio APP search F. S. are to listen live. It's a basic trent. People need each other. It's why Penn Fed credit unions I. members joined together for a better financial future for eighty five years. We've been there for our members and communities and we're here for you today we can help you bridge a financial gap. 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Katie Couric's Speech from Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020

Katie Couric

09:16 min | 8 months ago

Katie Couric's Speech from Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020

"The class of two thousand twenty is already legendary and now your graduation speeches are about to be heard by the world seriously. Doritos to commence meant to another level by naming grads to be Doritos Valedictorians handing each of them. Fifty thousand dollars in tuition and dropping graduation speeches. Well right here on. Commencement the PODCAST. Doritos and iheartradio is giving the class of twenty twenty back. Its voice so get ready to be ignited and inspired you got this class of twenty. Twenty commencement speeches for the class of twenty. Twenty is a production of iheartradio class of twenty twenty parents faculty rising graduates. Welcome to commencement. You made it. This year is a little different difficult time to graduate because the traditional graduation day has been put on. Hold so we're bringing it to you wherever you are because this is still your day your moment and now put your hands together. It's time to be inspired. This year's commencement speaker the one and only Katie couric faculty parents friends and most of all graduating seniors. Thank you so much. I'm so honored to join you on this theory important occasion. Wait a second. That was the commencement address. I delivered ten years ago. What a difference a decade makes lets dispose of the well-worn Bromides and stead. Say the two words that many of you have been thinking for weeks now. This sucks a global pandemic has handed all of you. A big old can of pass the only people who could probably relate to. This is the last class that had to graduate during a pandemic the class of nineteen eighteen. You were robbed that fleeting liberating homestretch of your college experience. Being with friends going to your favorite haunts for the last time saying goodbye to your professors celebrating a little too much donning your cap and gown and walking into pomp and circumstance. As you're proud parents watch this monumental memory making milestone the final lesson of your college years is a hard but critically important. One Life is not fair. You've lost something that sadly you'll never get back in her palm one art. Elizabeth Bishop writes. The Art of losing. Isn't hard to master trying to tell herself. That loss can be handled conquered. That she'll be okay. But by the end of the palm. Despite her best efforts her heart is a million little pieces. You've lost something precious to so grieve but another Elizabeth Elizabeth Kubler Ross. Who spent her life studying? Death wrote about the stages of Grief Denial Anger Bargaining Depression. The final stage acceptance. So here we are. It is what it is. Now what you'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. According to one survey three quarters of you who did have job offers have had them rescinded. Turned remote or delayed. Resilience is absolutely essential during these challenging and indeed traumatizing times. I know what it's like to have your life up ended by an unseen enemy more than twenty years ago. Shortly after my fortieth birthday my husband. Jay was diagnosed with metastatic colon cancer. After a nine month battle he succumbed to the disease. Our daughters were two and six when he died. I was devastated. Broken the life I envisioned for my family was gone in an instant but I had to focus on what we still had not just on what we had lost. How could I pick up the pieces and build a different but still wonderful life? The human spirit is enduring and powerful. This will not be the worst thing that has ever happened to you. Use this experience to learn the critically important life lesson of getting up after you've been knocked down. There's a very good chance you'll need it in the future. At a time of great uncertainty resources will also come in very handy. Who Knew Twenty twenty was going to be such a show? Excuse my French. I'm pretty sure. Not even your Valedictorian. I recently talked to a man who has a teenager was homeless but thanks to a father figure he met along the way he got back on his feet. See The aforementioned resilience and started a nonprofit called love beyond walls to help the community. He was once a part of during the pandemic he started to retrofit. Rv sinks so the homeless have a place to wash their hance now. These things aren't just in Atlanta there in five other cities across the nation disruption often inspires innovation. Look around pay attention and imagine how our new reality will transform the world around us as Biz stone. The founder of twitter once said find a need and fill it. Now is the perfect time to reassess and reconnect. This experience has allowed us to think about a lot of things the path you truly want to pursue the kind of person you want to be. How and where you WANNA spend your time. The author any dillard once said how we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives even if it feels like the world is standing still every single day has something to offer what gives you is up to you. Don't waste it even if you're trapped in your home and your parents are driving you absolutely crazy because before you know it. You'll be at your child's graduation and hopefully not listening to their commencement speaker on a podcast. Another important corona life lesson no matter how many virtual cocktails you have with friends or face times with family. Nothing can replace spending time with the people you love up close and personal. Well not bad up-close just yet vic murthy the surgeon general under President Obama cited loneliness as a national epidemic in a recent interview. He told me the greatest gift you can give someone is your undivided attention. Remember that when we come once again enjoy the pleasure of each other's company. No one really knows what the next period will look like how and when we return to quote unquote normal life but instead of a new normal perhaps we can envision a better normal. Maybe we can come out of this stronger. Wiser More Compassionate more appreciative. Our north stars shining brighter than ever a better normal where we continue to recognize and celebrate the people who check our vitals and prescribe our medicine who teach us long division a macroeconomics who help us get to work and school and wherever we need to go on time. And maybe that better normal means addressing the myriad of issues that have been exposed and underscored by this pandemic income inequality systemic racism a lack of access to healthcare. My generation has tackled some of these issues with much success. I'm so heartened to see your generation care so deeply and has the passion and commitment to as Gandhi said. Be The change you wish to see. I'm so sorry that right now. I'm not looking out at a sea of faces proud excited and a little bit scared not to mention hungover but wherever you are whatever you're doing and whatever the future has in store pat yourselves on the back throw a cap any cap into the air and celebrate because you did it and the world is waiting for what you'll do next. You can find the collection of incredible commencement addresses from all your favorite speakers at the commencement podcast on radio or wherever. You listen to podcasts

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Secret Dump #8

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

20:40 min | 5 months ago

Secret Dump #8

"A everybody is time for us to take a secret dump. This is the endless honeymoon podcast I'm Moshe Casher Tasha Jared. Thanks for listening to the secret dump and really what else you GonNa do what else are we gonNA do? We're all trapped at home still we're on day five thousand. What is the date? To. Five. Five thousand, eight, hundred, eighty, nine, thousand of the Pan. How long has it been? I don't think it's been even close to one hundred days. Yes. Maybe two hundred days it's been a long a lot of days been a long day. Do. You know here? It's hard and you know to all those my shot shot to everyone in a couple having to deal with your. Someone else in your space. Shuttle everybody's dreaming about being single again. thinking. About being called out on podcast forum for problem you didn't even know you're now. No. I was just thinking the other night you were like the you were eating popcorn in bed but then you like we're like drinking the dust of the popcorn I would say for a good seven minutes you're just like like you would finish all the popcorn and then it was like head lake sugar and crystals, and then you were like eating like. Unlike tipping the bag but you did it like many for a very long time. The fact that you thought you needed to expand on what drinking the dust I think everybody got it. It hurt me immediately because visceral description. But then you're like, you know drinking the dust turning little triangle upside down powder and letting shimmy down your throat as even as a result into the Listen I like a snack and I like to enjoy it my way I'm just saying there's no way during all of this to like be conscious anymore of everything we're doing we have no time apart well, have I ever told you about my great for a fact. it's called four times. Doritos have told you about this is that four times the crumbs so four times the powder at the dust. Yeah it's It's the. Put under the dust machine four times. So disgustingly, you actually like the dust of chip four times the dust. What do you mean? That's the flavor flavor. Does I just thought you were bored. That's why you're doing it you like. The dust is something you seek God I say dust. Would you talk doesn't everybody seek dust? Yes. The dust is something I seek to I wanNA, drink the dust. Four Times Doritos to our listeners does that sound good Seriously it's like a unit Dorito and you're like, this is pretty good. You know it'd be even better though if it was like dusty or you know what I mean but right in. Tell me if I'm wrong. Okay. Don't tell me if I was wrong about drinking the dust because already know the answer to that. Obviously that's gross and it's something you should wait until the fifth year of marriage to begin. Okay. Well, we have a lot of secrets. So can we listen to send them? Okay let's listen to some secrets but right us and tell us what you think of four times Doritos because I think it's going to be a real hit and if there are any executives Doritos if you put this inaction I will take legal. Legal. Action. Repulsive. And profitable I will litigated if you do this Doritos so to yum frito lay don't fuck around with me don't try to Frito lay me. You know what? I mean fuck me. I'm saying I'm fuck me because they lay laser euphemism for let's play secret. Tasha I. Hey Moshe my name's I'm not GONNA say 'cause. Tucked up it's the secret This is from high school I'm thirty now. So this is fifteen years ago. one day I had to poop really bad. So I took a toilet roll of toilet paper down the street from my house. Which I lived in a house. I. Could have pooped on a toilet, but I took a roller toilet paper. And I went and Shit in residential alley like a block from my house. And I took the toilet paper. And I picked up the pilot shit and I wrote Shit. Exclamation. Point on one of my neighbors garage doors. Flash forward like. Three weeks later I'm pretty proud of what I did and one of my friends is driving me home from high school and I pointed out and the neighbors are out there with a pressure washer. And it's Paint is just flaking off of their garage flash forward again like two. Weeks. Like two weeks after the pressure Washer. Incident. And I see in the newspaper that two local teams have been arrested. Prosecuted for a string of equal related vandalism crime. And Yeah. Those those people totally got an extra charge because of what I did. That well secret by. I loved that fecal related crime is. Big, category. Just like I was thinking about the interrogation, those two guys. You. Don't you wrote Doodoo on the Johnson's didn't you? Yeah. I did and your car and Smith's House didn't you? Yeah. I did any shit on Fred's house? I? Never did that one. There's no way you can put it on me. This. Instinct. Most Delano I. Didn't know it was the thing until just now you do graffiti didn't do. Shit. Graffiti. Vandalism did vandalism I drank the dust. Would you like sneak out of the House and vandalize places? I would sneak thousand. Places. Example. I wasn't that bad. Well, there was one the most interesting Van van. I've a lot of vandalism stories. Actually I have a couple months when you pick one. There used to be this monastery in Oakland in Iraq rich are used to be the Mont. there is a monastery of, but he used to be open the gates used to be open and it was open to the community and It was an apple orchard and it was right in this residential neighborhood in in Okinawa a fancy neighborhood, but a residential neighborhood people where people lived. On the less and we used to go in there and drink and get fucked up and just take acid and and pick the apples and throw them at cars passing by and It was like what we did the part of the neighborhood at night and the sad part is that the shut the gates of the monastery and the public was no longer allowed in the monastery. And I feel bad about that. Tax. there's another story of vandalism, which was this place in Oakland would call the abandoned house and it was this abandoned house on College Avenue and we used to it was an abandoned house and we used to sneak in there and we would You know we would like graffiti and get high and bust of drywall down and break windows and kick. Kick through floors I break like jump into we broke down into the next floor eventually that abandoned house was purchased and it was turned into a restaurant called tae fancy like top French tapas restaurant like Super High End Restaurant that you've actually eaten at Natasha and every time I eat there I think to myself with all these like Highfalutin yuppies like we used to be sitting here you know taking the drywall tossing it out at cars busting doors down. So let's see. That's kind of fun thing does that does that make you feel does that fill you with loving feelings? I do because I have. Yes. I like it because it reminds me that all these kind of Ritzy Yuppies that are like thinking that they're in like a fancy place are not realizing that in this very this very home sin occurred. That's cool I like to that. Well why don't we take another secret? Can I tell you another few stories? Only. With, your your graffiti in youth I I have a lot. I've a lot. A LOT OF GRAFFITI YOUTH I've We'll get to it another time isis steel shoe Polish and go tagging with shoe Polish I used to get the Let's play another secret. Hey. Motion Matassa. WanNa, leave a secret for you guys so. I saw a guy driving around coal rolling, which if you don't know what that is like, they have a pickup truck billion, they modified. So a blast black smoke out of the back and happiness has got pulled off and going to a sore. So ice slashed his tires. Way I I don't know what that is rolling coal is usually it's a dodge Commons, which you may. You may know because I used to own a dodge coming on. My old RV was was a first generation comes and those things can be modified have big exhaust pipes and they do they call. I've showed you videos of people purposely try to blow black smoke in people's faces. No, it's like it's like it's like cool like we're rolling coal over. Environment course it's bad for the environment, but it's it looks cool. I. Don't think they do slash the tires maybe as an environmental gesture I'm sure he did but do this a fucking dangerous. I wouldn't do that Cole Roller is not the Kinda guy that's going to be like what the heck you? Decide my tire brothers do that don't do it Thought of that, this is like that's like the demographic that will shoot you. Because they got a gun. They believe in Cunanan, they breed their beard they have an American flag do rag they own a leather vest with patch on it. These are not the Menu WanNa fuck with a maybe from afar or maybe with a cell of ANTIFA. Anyway totally joined on TV recently. Let's play another Zekra. High. So my secret is that for the last couple of months every time my husband goes down on me I might to. but like too weird places that have been getting me off. So like the back room of a gift shop at the grand. Canyon to not like actually the Grand Canyon or one of those like old addicts that you see in movies that like it's all covered in dust and there's a piano up there somehow and everything has sheets. Yeah. So If it's like covert I. Really WanNa. Travel. But it's doing it for me man. Wow I. Love It. I think I do whatever. I have no judgment I'm just surprised like have you ever masturbated and thought of something fantasize of hunting non sexual. I think. So yes, really or maybe something I'm thinking I is something that's like. I mean, not that makes me come but are you thinking about it because you're masturbating or you're just like, Oh shit busy thinking of something else as well. I think has happened that's not what she's talking about. She's talking about fantasizing about a room at the back of the gift shop of the Grand Canyon Psych remind like she's fucking that person there. Oh is that what she was saying I think she was saying, no, I think she was saying I'm fantasizing about the room. Should we hear it again? Get. High. So my secret is that for the last COUPLA months every time my husband goes down on me my my to drift but like weird places that have been getting me off so like. The back room of a gift trapped at the grammys is they're getting her off. Yeah. The places have been getting her off. That's so interesting. Because we're all, we're all just sort of like homebound but what I mean, there's nothing sexual about like I really want to eat at a restaurant but I'm like, Oh, I'm GONNA GO UPSTAIRS AND Pump my Dick to the thought of Auto, Tae back in rock. Ridge. That's crazy. I. Mean I used to think ignorantly or maybe not ignorantly you told me that when women masturbated, they weren't. They were they were having a primarily physical experience that the physical sensation of masturbation whereas men were much more like wanting visual or fantasy experience but I think young when I was younger. But I think I'm wrong wrong about that. It'd be different. 'cause I guess I'd I that's a good question I. Guess the idea was that men are visual or something, and they need to picture something like a sexual encounter and women are more in their bodies and so they can have a few I. Don't know where I got that idea is that both does total bullshit I, think. So honey. I didn't know this. You know how? Like you can't really take a picture you're just not visual. Why didn't say I'M I'm just saying doesn't mean men are. More I don't think men. Men's stimulus is visual. What do you think about when you masturbate? If, you're not watching porn, do you want to tell you don't have to question? Okay let's play another cigarette. Hey, motion and Tasha I quit tobacco about two years ago. And I since then have been addicted to nicotine lodging lozenges and have Solan. Every single round lozenges from my area Walmart's. I take turns going from Walmart Walmart. So they don't catch on and still after two years, none of them have started to lock up their nicotine products. The only thing I've ever shoplifted, but I, feel. Next to no remorse due to the fact it's Walmart and. Suck. Walmart. So you guys have a great day. Love the PODCAST. Thank you. That's interesting. Because most every time you go to buy your Nicorette, it's like seventy dollars so expensive expensive, but it got me thinking. You you you've been on these lozenges you've been on the Nicorette gum how how is Def-. See yourself stopping it or is it something that you'd is do forever I should probably stop how does it work? To confront you about I'm. What. Well, when your jaw and teeth hurt, it's probably time to stop chewing seventy. Tablets have gum a day. No is that what they say no, they don't say that weight. Sometimes. My job does hurt if I have too many in day. I'm what you call a changer. GonNa Change. I. Love you know. I'm bit of. Though that was so nice that you stop smoking when we had the baby I wanNA, have a puff right now. Yeah. So how how many years would have to be left to the world few to be like I'm just GonNa Start Smoking. If I, they were like ten years left. If I. Would start smoking if they were like the world is ending, intent I I. In I would. I would not finish this podcast. I would go to the seven eleven and buy a pack of American. Spirits. I mean I I still trying to figure out who smokes still. So I can bum one off people use see the difference between you and me Natasha is that you're actually one of those very, very rare creatures. Who can enjoy an occasional cigarette? You really year not one of these liars you all enjoying occasional cigarette. Only smoke when I drink drink I'm A. Chronic alcoholic. Get fucker or just like ought. To Day Max to like okay for the month. I am not very good at regulating your change. You're I'm not a chain smoker I was a regular smoker, but got smoking feels awful but also feel so good do what the ultimate the best thing. Is vaping vaping rules if I could find out tomorrow unfortunately all the medical money. Went into this Kovic virus or whatever they stopped doing the research about. The day the study comes out. That's like, no like legitimately Venus safe. I'm back to the does it look lane? Yes. Do I care fuck? No, I mean you look a loser yeah. Great I. Feel like a fucking winner I'm. As revolt, I'm sucking Krim dement into my lungs and just enjoying every second of it. I can't wait to vape with my daughter. Okay. Let's hear another secret. Okay. So my psychiatrist and definitely attracted to me so she. every appointment he stares directly at me took when he's talking man so If I want more at all and. Prescribed or whatever, or then I need 'cause I don't mean it. I wear alot shirt. and to bend smile in front of him and helped get me literally whatever medication I want. More than outer all but that's fine. I. Guess My Secret Kinda. Yeah keeping. Weight has she ever gotten more than adderall from this. But let me tell You Lady, Edna the at all. I need. Took few more. GonNa have let's put some pep in. Let let the pep out of those tits and put it in your step. Now, people are being covert because they're like Tony. Loved that what a fucking awesome situation that. Is Awesome. She's dude she psychologically manipulating a psychologist. She's beating the man at his own game. That's pretty cool. That's a bigger than stealing nicotine lozenges from Walmart as long as she's just using it to get drugs, she's not like trying to have him help her. Own you meet. Sometimes she pivots no I'm saying like if my if there were drugs not in it, if it had nothing to do I mean obviously adderall could be dangerous. But. What I'm saying is that if my therapist was staring at my tits, made me so uncomfortable I wouldn't wanNA. Get advice life advice from someone who is staring at my tits as all I'm saying is funny one week she's like a high. Silken sure. I'll take forty two Carolina pins. Team. And Anoxia to and the next week she's like well I guess. I. Never knew if my dad really loved me over just said the words I love you. Oh Natasha. You laughing at my jokes is I would say twenty percent of why married And do you know why I married you? I don't know because I. Love You. Honey. I love you too.

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Is Bernie Sanders Too Old To Be The Next James Bond?

The Topical

08:28 min | 11 months ago

Is Bernie Sanders Too Old To Be The Next James Bond?

"Trouble for Bernie Sanders today. After a new poll shows. Many Americans are taking issue with his age. Is the senator too old to be the next James Bond from onion and onion public radio? I'm Leslie Price. And this is the topical everything is pretty much the same as it was yesterday except for a few small differences. And we're going to break down every last detail of them stay with Doctors Without Borders. Maybe you've heard of it. They actually help people on like you. What have you ever done for anyone else selfish but if you download cache happen use Promo Code? Topical Cash Apple Donate Ten Dollars Doctors. Without Borders to help them help other people. Oh and guess what cash apple also give you ten dollars because they know you won't do anything for anyone else unless you get something out of it too so go ahead you narcissistic sociopath download cache APP and use Promo Code Topical Today. How old is too old? That's the question posed by a new Gallup poll out today that shows an increasing number of Americans believe Bernie Sanders is too old to be the next James Bond. The poll said that six out of ten Americans are skeptical of an octogenarian carrying out the duties if am I six is most daring spy and even more said that they weren't positive that Vermont. Senator could last for more than one film installments in the Iconic Franchises. Opr political reporter. Marcy Hammond has been covering the new poll and she joins us now marcy. I think this is the question on. Everyone's mind should sanders concerned that his age might ultimately keep him shooting bad guys and seducing gorgeous women while wearing a tight fitting. Tuxedo I think this poll should worry sanders. Definitely people just aren't confident he's physically up for the demands of being 007. From brawls atop high-speed moving trains constantly getting thrown through windows tipping tied naked to a chair and having your balls whipped a lot of people. Just think it would be too much for the senator to handle but to be fair the role of James Bond is an all physical in fact. One could argue. It's primarily mental and largely ceremonial well. That's been a main counterargument from Sanders supporters when his age is discussed there. Quick to remind you that being James Bond isn't just about hand combat with an eight foot tall man with still team but mostly about planting explosive briefcases by your enemies restaurant table or simply just walking the beach shirtless argument enough to ease the fears that sanders no longer has the strength to hold onto a damsel in distress with one hand while holding onto a rope. Attached to a helicopter flying through the air with the other not as much sanders would probably hope the polls show deputy on concerns about sanders physical wellbeing nearly fifty percent of Americans worried that his mental acuity would slip with age and resultant impossibly forgetting complex vault codes or blanking on where he left his gun during a critical mission. Sure is heart attack in late. Two Thousand Nineteen doesn't help either right and the Sanders camp knows that. That's they've been. Putting out videos on social media over the past few months of sanders leaping across building tops and injecting himself from cars zigzagging through Rome at dangerous speeds. They want to show that the senator is up for whatever mission sends him on now. Couldn't they also bring up the fact that age fifty seven? Roger Moore was the oldest James Bond of all time when he filmed view to a kill and he's generally regarded as one of the best bonds ever true. Older can be better. But even if they manage to whip out a script and rush into production right now sanders will be well into his eighties by the time. The second film game around. I think it's the sentiment of a lot of people that have Bernie really wanted to be James Bond. Then his best bet was in two thousand sixteen when no time to die was casting right. I'll be curious to see how this all shakes out personally. I think it's time a woman plays the role of bond. I know I wouldn't mind watching Amy Klobuchar Punch Rami. Malik in the mouth might be pretty entertaining. That's OPR's Marcy Hammond. Thanks Marcy well. It's the big question that plagues scientists for decades. But today. It's looking like we might finally have some answers earlier this week. A team of researchers at Miami University released an historic study explaining why Doritos bags have their bright distinctive coloring to help shed some light on their extraordinary findings were joined by. Opr's Morgan's a motte. Hello Morgan I last Lane No. I've always wondered this myself. So tell us. Why exactly are DORITOS BAGS? Who colorful well to put it simply. Doritos bags develop their signature. Neon HUGH in order to warn potential predators that consuming them could kill them over time through evolution and natural selection. They acquired their loud coloring to notify. Scavengers that the chips contained inside them contain high concentrations of dangerous poison. The consumption of which could potentially be lethal fascinating. Were researchers surprised to discover this. Yes it actually debunked a lot of long held theories on Dorito pigmentation before the study. Many thought that the Doritos were using their coloring. Either to attract mates or to camouflage themselves similar to how sprite uses its transparency to blend in with its background. It wasn't until the last few years of the study that researchers were able to rule out these possibilities and discover the truth that the brighter. The bag the more toxic they are. Here's how the study's lead researcher. Boris Petrov explained varieties like jet ranch. The Hot Wings or doritos collision blaze and ultimate Cheddar are contained in incredibly bright an elaborately patterned bags. This is an order to send a warning to predators. Eating them will certainly lead to instant incapacitation and put one at an extremely high risk of death. Oh yikes keep those ones away from me. So would researchers say this has been an effective survival strategy for doritos overall yes doritos have been able to spread to nearly every corner of the seven eleven ecosystem. Thanks to this but again according to Petrov. This method isn't entirely foolproof. Species are smart enough to correctly interpret the signals and avoid dangers others however like humans. Let the intelligence to do so in are actually attracted to the fluorescent colouring. Now they in turn will eat them and ended up double dover riddled with nausea and extreme pain and in some cases dead. This is why we always say that. Although these chips might look beautiful remember. Don't get too close. It's for your own safety. Good advice there. Opr's Morgan Demont reporting. Thank you Morgan. Thank you Leslie. Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals? Well believe me. I know what you're going through. That's how I feel every time I walk into this God Damn Studio. This place is prison built of my own volition and desire nothing more than to burn it to the ground. But that's why I want to tell you about better help. Better help will match you with your own licensed professional therapist so you can receive professional counseling securely and online. You'll get timely and thoughtful responses plus. You can schedule weekly video or phone sessions better. 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A police officer on desk duty was placed on unpaid leave after brutally beating a filing cabinet drawer. That wouldn't shot when the officer told it to. And lastly a new report found that everything is slightly worse than it was yesterday and yes you guessed it. It's going to be even worse tomorrow. And that's it for the topic today. I'm leslie price if you enjoyed hearing the news today. Don't forget to like and subscribe wherever you get your podcast and if you didn't enjoy it you might want to start thinking about what else in your life you're taking for granted and how different it would be. If one day it all just disappeared just like that anyway. Just food for thought see you tomorrow.

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Fashion History Now #8

Dressed: The History of Fashion

17:40 min | 8 months ago

Fashion History Now #8

"The class of two thousand twenty deserves a proper sendoff which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast featuring speeches and dedications from icons we admire most here from Halsey. The lot of things we will never injury pit bull. Guys a generation. Go CHANGE THE WORLD. Becky g cashew and many many more check out. Commencement the podcast out. Now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcasts. With a special DORITOS Valedictorian episode. Where Doritos takes graduation? Speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars tuition assistance in sharing their speeches with the world. Guys the bobby bones. I host the Bobby. Show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up with three o'clock in the morning. A couple of hours later on my friends together we get into a room and we do a radio show. Was You're alive? We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world if we possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music to so wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point. Seven W. MC in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Trust the history of fashion as he production of Iheartradio over seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion a podcast that explores the WHO van of why we wear be our fashion historians and your host April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary. Well April and I just want to send a big congratulations to all of the recent two thousand and twenty graduates congrats. Everybody out there little bit of a different time and a different ceremony. I guess I've seen so many different like drive by ceremonies and zoom commencement ceremony so different time. But it doesn't change the fact that you all have achieved so much. So congratulations everybody. Yeah and we actually even did a little drop in at zoom ceremony didn't we? We did so Kelly. James Panel is a costume shop manager at the University of Southern Mississippi and she reached out to us and asked if we would come to surprise her. Bfa AN MFA NBA students at their kind of. It's kind of like a commencement ceremony. I think they're sendoff for some of their graduates. I'm so that was really fun and interesting. We dressed up and dropped in and said. Hello Adulation guys. Yeah and what's so interesting as as soon as I got on there. I actually realized that Kellyanne I knew each other had to remind her but she was actually. The BELUSHI was a costume shop manager or she did the backstage dress wardrobe department management at the Santa Fe opera. Where I in who so long ago the world is not as large as we think is it was really special for me especially to to drop in and say congrats all these students because I also got my BA and costume design and you really. Do you form such a tight knit community in that costume shop working all hours of the night to get all this stuff so that was really special. So thank you guys for having US. Guess for sure and today also as a celebration dress listeners of you you dress listeners. Who have been with April and I for well over two years now and you guys send us emails and direct messages all week long and we love getting them. We respond to as many as we possibly can. And today we just wanted to feature a couple of those messages that you've sent us that we found particularly special and pertinent to recent episodes. So I wanted to start with one from Miss Julia. She wrote to us and said Good Morning. I found your show a few months ago and I've loved getting to catch up with previous episodes while I wait for newer ones and she had just listened to Miss Mary. Wilson and the episode about the SUPREMES. She says that I have worked for years on an oral history project documenting the summer of nineteen sixty seven in. Detroit. There are several interviewees. Mentioned listening to the supremes around that time but there was one in particular that. I thought you might find interesting. A woman named Linda Leonard eventually moved to Australia and opened a shop and at the end of her interview she tells a story that in the early nineteen sixties she may dresses up and coming group and later found out. It was the supremes. One of the women from the group visit her to her shop in Australia once and she said she remembered the dress. I wonder if it was Miss Mary and she actually sent a link to this wonderful project. We're GONNA provide it for you in the show. So you can hear these oral interviews or interviews are such a fantastic resource for information. So thank you Julia for sharing that with us. Yeah that's so cool. Okay see what else do we have this week? One of our most recent episode was about the history of nurse uniforms and we talked about how the nurse's cap is very specific symbolism and how the wearing of the cap really started to die out in the late seventy s moving into the eighties but we got an email that. I'd like to talk about from listener. Bath Case Bolt. Who SAYS ONO? No CAPS did not quite disappear as quickly as one thought because Beth is a registered nurse and she writes I was in the nursing program at Alderson broaddus college now university in Philippi West Virginia from nineteen eighty four to nineteen eighty eight. She says we wore navy. Blue dresses with stiff white cotton aprons complete with bibs or navy pants with a small style. Top with white pin tucked front and caller. She says the uniform double knit and they didn't necessarily change their uniform colors in the four years but what did change the color of the stripes on their caps. A and I thought that was really interesting. And she goes on to say that from nineteen ninety three to nineteen ninety-six. She says I taught an L. P. N. program at Danville Community College and Daniel Virginia and our students wore yellow dresses with white aprons. The male students were black pants with a yellow and blue shirt. They receive their caps in their second year. Instructors wore full whites including hose if you didn't wear pants. Nurses always wear white hose and the caps were required of everyone except for the male students. So you are correct. There is no alternative for men with cap so I thought that was really interesting that well into the nineteen ninety s nursing institutions of education. There were still wearing the cap requiring it to wear the cap in so many of you sent us so many fantastic images of yourself and your nursing uniforms over the years that that was really cool. I can't remember which listener in particular. But she sent us a picture of herself in the sixties with her many quote unquote mini skirt uniform. That was really need to share those with Marissa. Because we talked about that. Like how short did it get in the nineteen sixties? So thank you. We'll share those with her. Yeah and I actually asked talked to my mom too. Because my mom was a nurse in nursing school in the nineteen seventies but. She's at her school that the cap was just for pure ceremony. They had to wear it at the candle lighting ceremony when they graduated but that was it. She said we hated caps. But my mom was also a little bit of abroad burning hippie. Sorry mom very much so in response to our prom episode P- listeners. Eileen Chatterton and Jordan Brady Bolt wrote to us to tell us about the prom and homecoming tradition in Texas. Which had never heard of. Have you heard about? Oh yeah because I actually grew up in Texas when I was in middle school so it the homecoming was a huge deal even even in middle school not just high school if you have one if you didn't have one that day of homecoming you're kind of like. Oh No. I'm so embarrassed sized from people who even have more than one where and they're huge. They're like these giant clusters of flowers like of ribbons and bells and everything hanging off over them. So sometimes you maybe your parents would buy one. Sometimes your grandparents would buy you want and then maybe your boyfriend would buy one so sometimes girls were wandering around wearing like two or three of these. Jain corsage is but That was something that your your date would bring to you. Input on your wrist. Yeah but this is something you would wear all day at school. Oh interesting very interesting. So Jordan in particular I wanted to highlight her email because she wrote about this. Really really fabulous tradition at her school. And I'm going to read you her email and she says that I wanted to let you know that you're fhm number forty four a brief history of Prom help shed some insight on a now fifty year. Plus Ole tradition whose explanation had been lost to the hands of time. She went to high school in the city of Texarkana Texas called Liberty Eli low. I'm sorry if I got that wrong. I'm apparently that was established in nineteen fifty five as a result of the integration of three segregated district so liberty low and Macedonia and she says since the school's inception our homecoming court has always worn formal full length. White dresses their debut at the PEP rally as well as at the Friday night football game where the Queen is declared. This continues to the present day. And we're the only school I've ever seen do this. Most high schools and colleges require business attire particularly in this part of the south a matching skirt suit quote unquote Sunday best cocktail dresses casually count of the wears twice with no. Specificity is typically a modern progress however our wedding dresses on the football field have been a long standing joke and she doesn't parentheses and before the invention of synthetic turf was terrible combination no white dresses and grassy and then she says despite it being a joke now that traditions continues almost out of spite the only exception is the reigning Queen Returns to crown the new queen inner readdress which is one of their school colors. She's so we do still have a traditional debutante ball our city so the assumed reasoning was that our school which has always been the rural farming traditionally poorer school the fort and the city was originally emulating the dresses of the ladies who went to debut. But now I'm wondering if it was simply just the trendier color choice of gowns for Young Women in the nineteen fifties and the tradition upheld. Oftentimes dresses are hand-me-downs from alumni. Who no longer need a white gown and we also named honorary princesses for each grade meaning. There's a possibility you could be wearing that dress for years in a row. So how you from your problem episode. April well I mean that's sustainable. If you're wearing it for years in a row yeah but it does sound like that. There's probably a connection between the fashion trend of White Prom dresses in the nineteen fifties and this long-standing tradition at your school Jordan. So thank you so much for writing to us and sharing that with us and that also actually segues quite nicely into the next listener. Email that I would like to read because it has to do with Prom and also the same white dresses We actually got a listener mail from hi. Ni me close. I'm sorry if I'm mispronouncing your name. I do not speak Hungarian. She's from Hungary and she wrote to s to talk about their quote unquote propositions in Hungary and their cermony isn't called Prom per se in English. It translates to the inauguration of the Ribbon. And she says quote it comes from the same tradition as debutante balls but evolved in a different way due to the long history of balls and the austro-hungarian Empire in the communist era of hungry. I'm not going to go into detail about the history because that would take too long but instead I'm going to explain what their typical quote Unquote Prom. Looks like. She says senior start preparing for the dance around October. We hire a dad's tutor who teaches to dances each to the graduating class. One is a waltz and the other is a class dance which we choose the theme of my class for example chosen nineteen fifties style retro dance. Everyone takes part in the dance if there are less boys girls than the other gender. We asked friends from lower classes to dance with us. On the night of the day of the classes performed these two dances in front of their teachers family members and friends the graduating class also receives small ribbons with the name of their school and the year they graduate pins on them in front of their class teacher. It is customary to wear these ribbons on our coats until our final exams. It's a very fun. But very formal event and she goes on to say now onto the dresses the most fun part for guys really easy they usually rent Texas from the same place. Get their measurements taken at school. Get the closed the day before the dance for girls. It's a lot more complicated. We usually start looking for dresses around September. The dances usually take part in November December or January. The dresses are rented from bridal salons since. That's basically what they are. They rent them for the weekend. Which can cost between eighty to two hundred dollars? Usd The average is about one hundred and forty dollars. We get our measurements taken. All the dresses are altered to fit us and the girls usually have to go back for a fitting around a week before the event she attached some really wonderful photos and I just think that this is really interesting. Because we're seeing this intersection between wedding gowns debutante balls and prom all in the same time and even homecoming traditions. So there's something there's something definitely there between all of those things. Yeah and thank you all so much for riding to us and sharing all of your different traditions with us. We love hearing about them and we love hearing from you. Thank you all so much. Yes and please keep your messages coming particularly if you have a topic for a fashion history mystery. We would love to hear from you guys yet. Boy I think that does it for a stress listeners. Please tune in Tuesday for our fulling episode. And you can of course always check out our instagram where we post images to accompany each week's episode at dressed underscore podcasts. That's also our twitter handle and you can find on facebook at dress. Podcast without the underscore. Thank you as always our producers Casey and Holly Fry as well as everyone else at Iheartradio who makes show possible each week. Catch Tuesday dress. The history of fashion a production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever else? You've listen to your favorite shows and I have just discovered our new favorite subscription. It's called 'cause box and we love the fact that has curated by women. Four women each box filled with all sorts of amazing products and brands that are ethical sustainable and have a positive mission to give back and make the world better. Cost box is a quarterly. Four times for years subscription box which comes with six to eight full-sized products. 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Planet X - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 5/26/20

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

15:09 min | 8 months ago

Planet X - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 5/26/20

"The class of two thousand twenty deserves a proper sendoff, which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast, featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey. With a lot of things, we will never injury pit bull guys a generation. Go change the world, Becky, G, cashew, and many many more check out commencement the podcast out now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcasts with a special Doritos, Valedictorian episode, where doritos takes graduation speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition assistance in sharing their speeches with the world. I'm Jensen. Carpet I'm a comedy writer and Die Hard Sports Fan and I'm terribly missing the athletes and sports I love. So I'm checking in on them with a podcast called the no sports report with Johnson Carp. Your favorite athletes, commentators and legends from the sports world are revealing what they're doing. Now that the sport they love is suddenly gone, and they're stuck on their couch, just like the rest of us. Are they staying in shape? Our their kids heckling them as they attempt to home school. Did they almost burn down? Down the house trying to make bread. Are they sleeping in their jerseys at night like I? Do Okay, just me, okay, listen to the no sports report now and subscribe on the iheartradio. APP, apple, podcasts forever you get podcast Mel, here's a highlight from coast to coast am on Iheartradio and welcome back to coast to coast George. Noory with the along with Professor James mckinney. We're talking right now. About planet x and he's got an updated book of course, which is planted x update twenty twenty, the real history a planet. This orbit that Robert Harrington was talking about. The came in an interview with Zachariah Sin. So we increased it by about six hundred a miles I guess forty two hundred. Forty two hundred year for six Hundred Years Rather, but that as you said, Jim is not a is not a big jump is. No I mean given what he knew in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six during the interview, he was pretty close because at that point, they had not observed anything they were just looking at the orbits of Unison, Neptune being pulled down, so he was about four worth masses. They knew that they were looking for. And they knew it was down there, so they were looking, and so he went to New Zealand with a relatively small telescope, eight inch astro graph. And so he took pictures, and he came back, and then he went back in every year until nineteen, eighty, nine finally identified the object there, that was moving by doing blink comparison. It's called in the Strana me, and then so he went back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety got another set of photos and finally nineteen ninety-one. They had enough data to determine its are exactly and at that point also I believe that he would have seen what turned out to be the companion. And that was a huge controversial issue also, but the important thing about the companion is that by knowing its orbital period you can calculate the mass of the central object, so they knew that not only were their calculations from and Neptune correct, but they could actually directly measure it, so that was. That was the basis so then he knew it was forty two hundred years new. The orbit was coming in was almost directly with, or they estimate was about a million miles away. That's far lunar distances. But and then there was the question, was there another object also coming in with it, and in nineteen in two thousand fifteen, and then two thousand, fourteen I went down to South America myself. In with a similar type of equipment determined that there was no other object down there. So I proved that he found the only thing that was down there, and that's what it was was. The became the nucleus of Hale Bopp. And Jim the end of the controversy of Planet X. of course is they've said that. Whenever it comes around planet earth, it creates havoc. Tragedy might have caused the flood of Noah. What do you think of that? Well that object was on a very near. It was earth crossing or in a came perpendicular so the. Here's the situation the probability of it. Coming close to Earth is pretty small. but it's if it's on a direct lesion. Course then the probability is one. But that now it's on its way out of the solar system. It'll be back in twenty six about twenty six hundred years so I lost all of that time in its orbital period in one cycle. So if you use that same logic, it was probably they're. Around not forty six hundred years ago, but probably about six thousand years. Would put it right around the time of Noah's flood. Now Zachariah citizens call this planet Nibiru and he claims it's inhabited. What do you think what's what's your guests? Well I think it's inhabited because it's a pretty steaming hot planet because of all the activity. However part of my book. I talk about there was signaling that which measured and this was something. That I determine myself, but it's from my contacts that in the security agencies that they'll. In fact, we're measurements of intelligence signaling that came from the region of the comet and I also in the book talk about why would alien beings be around a big hot comment? And it turns out that it's because they use it for braking and accelerating coming in the solar system and going out of the solar system, they used the magnetic field of the discharge in the comet. That creates a large magnetic field. Make really push against that for breaking and then for accelerating going back out. And so and I. Had contact with people that got are now. Got Space Center. And You know there was just so much going on behind the scenes that once that. They had the LID put on basically in nineteen ninety one in it took a while to piece all this together, but so all I do is say in the book is that there is good evidence that there was intelligence signaling coming from the region of the comet. That's pretty dramatic all by itself this it's exciting. Why isn't made mainstream science astronomers telling us about this planet? X. I mean if it's only two thousand some. Years away in terms of orbits. You'd think they'd be able to find it right. Well yeah, they know the exact orbit and they. Have watching Hale Bopp leave the solar system, so they know exactly where this is, and that's by the way just one object. in the last fifteen years, NASA has discovered hundreds of planets around our solar system, a lot of them small lot of them Pluto sized. But even that's a pretty big object, but what we don't know is the orbits of these objects. And we. I've heard that there are some objects out there that are Pluto that are Jupiter size, and they might be just in harmless orbits. Way Out there. We don't know, but nobody has published Deorbit. Some and we know that there are hundreds of these objects now out in the Cape region that they have discovered. Controversy though still continues, doesn't it? Absolutely, but I just WanNa make it clear that I don't have any information about anything. Impending Right now. Other than in twenty six hundred years does Hale Bopp. Thing is coming back. and it's big, and it's on earth crossing orbit so I don't think any of us have to worry about that, but the the other issue is that these things can come in and an unannounced? And within. A very short time all of a sudden we could have something on our table, but also it's a very rare event when you have the big comments that would have some kind of earth crossing orbit. It's very very events, and it sure is. Have we been lucky Jim that we haven't been hit by an asteroid or some other space object? Oh, yes, absolutely and This is a shooting match out here. It's like a billiard ball game and we're just you know the, I guess the thing we have going for us. Is is just a speck of dust out here really. And so so direct collisions are rare. But if it happens it's You know going to be a major event. But also not just collisions what I've discovered. Is these objects come by? And we can look in the historical record of mass extinctions, and we've probably have twenty Nass extinctions on planet Earth, not only the dinosaurs. That's right, and I don't believe these were asking collisions. These are big objects that came by Earth. And the action at a distance. I call it I'm going to start calling you, Belakovsky. Remember we had a debate. I had a debate with Dr David Morrison right exactly and that was a I think one of the most probably listen to shows of all time. but that was quite the event I remember that. Those Those debates are you're right there? Well, listen to people love those things and I think you won that debate, didn't you? I did with a call in vote, which surprised me completely I thought I would lose by million nothing. Defending Belakovski and my work on elective nature of comets, etc, but. so that surprised me is anybody is NASA afraid to tell the public? There's a planet in the solar system. It's on a four thousand year elliptical orbit when it comes by, there is some things that it does to the planet that creates some havoc, but it's out there folks, but don't worry. It's twenty six hundred years away. Why are they afraid? It's this is a top down thing and that's what I've discovered is swim when Harrington discovered that. His work was buried now. Even though he died his work should have continued. Somebody else would pick it up Tom Dan planner. It is assistant or somebody, but it just got shut down and so this is a top down thing from the. The you know. The Vatican was involved the the C., I.. was. I can't explain Answer your question, but it's a I can tell you. It's a top down thing and the people that. Are under strict gag orders you'll see. People from NASA can't just walk up to the microphone and say something it goes through an official release agency and it's it's you know okayed by people like Tony Phillips People like that who are? In the relief agency, and and it's very structured everything that comes out so. I remember an article in the newspaper. It was a long time ago. James I mean I was young much younger. But, they talked about an extra planet. A planet x out there so I mean. There were some who knew about this. Yes yeah the the idea that Urine Napkin waving pulled down. If they were being pulled in or something like that it would be, you'll get. Maybe say oh well. Maybe it's something funny going on with gravity out there, but these are being pulled down. And it was very noticeable very measurable, so. It wasn't like they could account for this by some. You know strange anomaly of gravity. But so there has to be a lot of astronomers that know about this, but just keeping quiet him, but I've learned also. There's a pecking order in astronomy. Caught up in when I was at Cornell. In the is I'm not one to hold back no, so. Needless to say I didn't understand. The Thai was in when I was there now I do. but So yeah, mainly astronomers, every mild-mannered people you know and and I'd say what I've learned to. Is The the new crop of astronomers I completely clueless about dollars history. Yeah, they are. Why is that? Is that intentional? clueless or Is. They just don't know. They just while it's not part of their training and they they learn the you know they're so busy. Being a graduate student and I'm getting your first post doc, and then getting your first assignment at NASA or some observatory. There so busy and I've met these people. they? They're so busy. They're just green behind the ears than they don't. They don't know what they don't know. In the the people on top the hell, weavers, and the other people like that don't. Pass this information onto them. Listen to more coast to coast. AM every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast. Am Dot Com for more? Some podcasts light and fun and fluffy. My podcast isn't. I mean unless you'd think a podcast about a teenager. Picking up dead bodies for a living is light and fluffy. I'll tell you this much. Growing up in a funeral home is killing me. My name is grant, and these are my funeral home. Stories listened to season three of my funeral home stories on the iheartradio APP on Apple, podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. 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Aaron and Denise Leave a RHOBH Barbecue for Steak and a Strip Club (with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills)

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17:52 min | 6 months ago

Aaron and Denise Leave a RHOBH Barbecue for Steak and a Strip Club (with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills)

"Hi I'm Megan Sarah and I'm Eric J man. This is the daily Dish Bravo's official podcast. The Real House of Beverly Hills is back in. This season is about to get Lucy. Lucy Apple, juice C.. Oh, and we're about to make it even better with Bravo TV dot com exclusive after show. That's Kyle Teddy Erica doritos and Sutton breaking down what you did and didn't see from season. Ten new episodes are available every Wednesday night on Bravo TV DOT COM and Bravo's YouTube channel, plus we'll bring them to you every single week. As a bonus podcast episode this week the Women Way in even more errands actions at Kyle's barbecue and sons trunk shell, and where things stand with him, denise today. Let's take a listen. Kyle tried to smooth things out with Aaron and denise the Trunk Show, but it didn't go so well. He's a bathroom. Yes, you can ask to the left. I will actually wait till denise comes back because I felt weird and how you guys left my house the other day. I mean I feel like it's. A little weird not knowledgeable. But! I don't want to talk about when she's not here. When she comes by. For sure! Aaron you let us have told us that we were bad people and that we should look in the mirror, and are we happy with our super bad people basically? It's open to interpretation. Never called people bad people. I purposely waited for denise to leave so that I could speak to Aaron. That was a conscious choice on my behalf. Because I wanted to talk to him and not have her in there what I said. was you know you don't speak to us like that? You don't need to. Man's blamed for us. You don't need to talk down to us. We get it to where you were speaking to us like you've talked down to us. As if we were okay with ourselves, we can look in the mirror. How feel actually yes, I driven grew the new solve. Know when it comes to Erica, she's not the one that's GonNa be initiating the problem in any time. Really, but if somebody's. Directing something at her. She's GonNa. Step up to it and I think that's what happened. I was feel bad. When something like this happens, it's just feel so. Unnecessary, but you know I. Don't know that's the wrong word to use. But and also it made it tough, because the situation changed like at the barbecue at the beginning, it started out with the issue, being out being hypocritical with the kids and whatnot was. Go. It's ridiculous so. I was clarified anybody's. Right now, but completely shifted to me, became about Erin and about the way Erin spoke to us. I. Don't think I have a problem like that I didn't ask you did. Insinuated that China belittling the way it is. Invest how? Yes. SPLIT UP. He's showing up again and then he starts getting aggressive again makes the situation worse whereas we could have. Maybe just had a peaceful conversation with denise and work through the situation errands. They're like flexing his muscles like trying to make us feel I I don't know vs trying to make us feel timid or nervous, or what what his intention was, but it was like now. We really can't close things. Finish things off with denise. Because now you're here making it about you again. Kicked over table and whatever. Table. How do you think your? Night. Her tapes. Where we'd nitpicking on people. The, moral high ground, moral highground really. Really moral highground. You Really WanNa go there. I remember kind of shrinking down feeling like. That nervous feeling like I haven't had a grown man. Speak to me this way. I feel very like I've just been scolded like as A. It was. It was crazy to me for me errands. Comment kind of came out of nowhere, and it was funny, because Eric was so nice inside the store, and then once he came to the ladies. He just puffed up. Do you really want to go there searching? Do you. I'm fine. Go and go anywhere. Down around and this isn't the place on dumb with this conversation. was like you were just an cool what happened? Why do you think the fledged? I don't know. Tequila. I don't know and I understand that he was protecting denise and felt like that was his place. I don't think he should have gotten involved I think it was a really bad idea, but look I think they support your your wife. Know that she's intelligent. Capable Giver, all that Great Advice, and let her go carver own path as we are outspoken, we are strong of character. We are sensitive. We empathetic at times angry at times, look at runs the whole gamut, and I think that every woman in this group can stand on her own. There's no need to step in Denise's grown woman. She's perfectly capable of handling her business and you don't need to speak to us in a way that you know makes us feel like. You have all the answers and we have none and just kinda putting yourself in a position that. You know you really don't need to be. The just going now back to the family barbecue. You ask about Denise's kids. Aaron gets pretty vocal when you say, I don't feel comfortable bringing my kids around. MISSTEP here. NERIK is ridiculous. Sorry. It's ridiculous. Everyone came over at home. We share bread with you always said and so simple. Our kids? They're teenagers. Just please know that they're right there and they can hear you know your surroundings. That's it so what does the issue? was issue. No, the issue is just or is no issue. That's my point. You're making an issue of nothing. And it's ridiculous to me just. All of it is so hypocritical at that dinner. Where the other women are talking about threesomes, Teddy's not my type normally. I've never hurt lesbian. Guys. There! When I was modeling modeling you did. My kids work here. I was one of the couple denise was talking about Erin as well I was the big penis and big. So, it's not like she wasn't a part of the conversation at all like you guys. She let elway sit there and just watch the like everybody coming Kyle and Kyle breakdown I don't want my kids here about threesomes what I. Don't want my kids to see me fighting. It was just like. That is messed up and now you're gonNA. Turn it around on everybody else. This is who I call red. Teddy I get ravs Rug tonny. Run out because it's like I remember sitting at the table and doing my best not to judge the situation of what was happening because I was like this isn't okay and then to here in hindsight that she was the one upset about other people's behavior. Why are you continuing on the same? No, it's it's. It's a flute plays. I don't want to bring my children around this group. Ed's her right. Define it for, me. Give me the passive aggressive. I didn't WanNA bring them around. I'm not you ask me to clarify talking about precious. Your Wife said I didn't WanNA bring kids run. This crowd been noted that I shouldn't bring them around here. It's a passive aggressive way of saying like you know. I don't trust my. Mom Shady. This is beyond to me. Have you felt that you've ever been? Mom Shamed within this group of women at all I. Don't feel like I've ever been. Mom Shamed. In this group I don't think so I. Mean is interesting because it's the circumstances are being reversed. What's what's being said? Here is being kind of flipped. What do you mean by that? How did how did this idea of the MOM Jamie Attrition Fla? Well. It's interesting because at Denise's house when we were all speaking about. Stuff which by the way I wasn't the only person that was talking about sex. I've never heard. either. The couple. I three some longtime ago. Girls touch this. Who Ever? You weren't even one that brought it up. No, it wasn't but I was the only one that got taken to. Go sit down so my oldest daughter for heard some things I'm sure. You mentioned three some. Of course you're going to take the sexually provocative one and go have a talk with her. You know meaning me. With the kids next time I'll move them further. Inside the house. Well. I Apologize I apologize from the heart and then all of a sudden. I find out that Oh instead of dying there with an authentic apology from me, she denise took it to Teddy and Sutton Sammy. She said that they overheard someone fighting about a some. I didn't even know what to say off. Instead of like, Hey, the kids heard stuff whatever it became. Oh, I'm so offended and now has a life of its own, so it's like well. What are what is your intention? Like? What are you trying to do? Why are you pushing this that night? And talking about the threesomes? You know I cannot say this up. Of course I would not want that conversation in front of my children, but it just seemed like you know. She wants to say that to project this image, and then she goes, and says the happy endings. You know the sex and air office. One time we had sex and one. That was the tree. And we've been inseparable ever since. The Strip club. Your kids are seeing that she not. She wasn't trying to say something to us. She's trying to make us look back. So, after earned denise leave, the Barbecue Lisa rented discovers are actually going to a strip club to eat a steak. Big, stag that's why. I! have. Maybe, that was the plan the whole time. Stop by Cuss, US L. and then hit the Strip club for a steak I. Don't know had a better option. You know. I've been thinking they didn't have the kids. I was really. I was a bit floored by that to be honest, and what made me really a little bit nutty about it is? She didn't stay, and then we have fun the irony of. Q. And they're going to a strip joint right now. Hello, it'll pull right in your ass. I got some. design. Heard the word stripper, and then she decided to role play I guess. Like. Get Out of this. Because this is crazy. We'll we ever see you on a Paul. Now. Now probably not I do a lot of fun things. Personally I love to do Karaoke and like I don't care if I make a fool of myself, it doesn't bother me but like I. Love charades. Do anything like that. I don't mind embarrassing myself but I for me. The poll I know I. IF I get on this poll, I mentored this whole year down, but everybody else is on it. I rented was great. You know everybody else is having a good time, and it's those moments you know that I know we all really much. We all very much enjoy where we just kind of Ra laughing, and it's not so so intense and. Heavy, it's not so heavy, yeah? We got to see a lot of your dynamic with your sister Cam over the years this season we did get to see an amazing relationship between you guys, you know I'm asking my partner Dr Mining to come into. Walk? Out We'll have the parking crew. Touch into much bigger implants in your watch. It I understand that so. Bring joy to your heart. and. Yet no male I, mean my relationship. My sister Kim relate has been like you know. What over these ten years that you know you guys have been. Privy to our relationship has literally done this for ten years I. Don't know diving with you and your lies I'm sorry you see it that way. Here's. Maybe. Not ever like. Housing would have my back like a real system you do not say. Finger. Figuring your face Terry being on the show has been like a therapy session honestly like season one. When we had our big blowup, mom had died. Worrying about you. Guy Out I used to feel like we're victim to her alcoholism. You know when she would do things and act out. You know I felt her i. you know and then the people got with me and I was like. It's a change. My than my is doing a show like that. You know you'll learn things about yourself and you know. Grow from them and for that I'm very grateful, so we've come a long way. I understand my sister a lot. More I think that she understands me a lot more but where to place like I we don't argue I feel like we've worked through. You know the majority of our stuff. We haven't seen her since the quarantine. Though so you know. She called me one day and I felt really bad. Because I suffer from anxiety for. Since. The honestly, I panic attack was when I was twelve years old, but she was having won a panic attack and I got on the phone with her, and for the first time ever had to talk her through a panic attack, she was freaking out with the whole corona virus in beginning and all this stuff so. I was like. Let me help you through your panic attack. Now I know how to handle this. You have a conversation with Lisa about your role in Chicago. Let's Talk Chicago. What was the hardest part of the show? Do you remember you're going to have a monologue you are on stage allows south. That was challenging for me and that is probably my greatest moment. When you talk about fame, you're going to relate to it. Eric, it's what we've all strive to have. What was it like having her perspective on things? Having someone who has already done this gone down this road I wanted to pick her brain for everything. I needed to know everything. I wanted to know how she felt. What time did she sleep? How long did it take to recover? She was a wealth of knowledge and thank God. We are close, and I asked her a million times and I think she was as. As exciting for me as I was like every day, she would text me and say now remember this and I. You know, make sure you do X. and Roxie number her first numbers on the ladder, and you know you're up there. Twelve thirteen feet on the ladder, and you're singing and I kept asking her I would text her from rehearsal. I was like Hey, did you struggle with this like? Did you is this? My feeling the way I'm supposed to be feeling about this and she was like. Yes, absolutely keep pressing. Make sure that when you come around on this ladder that your arm is in this certain position and she was right. It's funny. We were in Santa Barbara and we were sitting on the dock in that wine tasting, and there were these young boys that were jumping off of this deck. Obviously, all of these things were in Erica's head and Erica turns round. She said Lisa is the latter that I'm climbing on that high or is it higher? Do you remember? And this it's higher in rural. It's higher. You have to climb that ladder. Yeah, it's higher. She's like Erica tire to have someone like that. Close to you. WHO's done it? Who can say? This is what you want. Look out for. This is what you need to be careful about Make Sure X. Y and Z and she was right one hundred percent. It's priceless knowledge priceless knowledge. And remember watching Bravo isn't a guilty pleasure. It's self care. Guys. Let's keep the conversation going. We WanNA. 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#69 - Pokemon DLC / The Impact of Game Delays

FAMcast

1:04:43 hr | 1 year ago

#69 - Pokemon DLC / The Impact of Game Delays

"You're listening to fam- cast a four all mankind podcast with your hosts the competitive spirit trae Simpson. Send our own devil's advocate. Tim Webber and the hopelessly optimistic. Trevor Jorgensen this is fantast. Hey everyone and welcome back to fam cast. This is episode sixty nine sixty nine six nice Nice Nice Nice On this sixty ninth episode in the middle of January anywhere a we. Well I should say I had A. I had a pretty fun weekend Just got you did. Yeah thank you. I just got back from impact. South the Pretty Fun Som- got hands on with some new games. Played some tabletop games. elsom cool friends. Katie Beth Jay was with us on the on the adventure by. Yes I mean me. I guess hung out with DORITOS and ANA was really cool. it was a it was a good time. I geno trae went last year. We got to get hands on with risen. You'll to like right before it came out which was awesome at the sweet Zombie shirts Mister Mr guys wish. Wish we all could gone but there's a to more taxes this year. We'll see what the rest of the year holds. GotTa I don't I don't I know how much you guys saw. There's a game called garden story there. That was pretty sweet. I saw your photo. Yeah it's It's like a little. I don't know how to describe it kind kind of plays like a like a top down legend of Zelda different items. Talk to we all know that. Yeah I I do have my top down. Zelda Games solve puzzles loves the those a fun time Boyfriend Dungeon was their streets of rage. Four was there so so bad it it looks dude. I definitely like it. there's another one there By tiny bill that I thought tim would really like I think it was help. Point Mom Doritos actually got to play that and He described it as dead. Space meets. Dark souls you tax me about that. Yeah which seemed. It seemed like a pretty pool injuries. Me Because I I definitely missed it. that's bays dead space. One was phenomenal dead. Space two was okay. Dead Space Three was actually a lot better than people made it out to be just because there's so much customization to your weapons you could do. I mean it wasn't so much scary like it was definitely more action than scary by that point but it was a lot of fun the so I don problem with it I loved it. I definitely looked three fun. Fact fact actually played through I believe one and two with Zach the over bill. Now when you say played three mean you hand made sure that he played while you watch. Because you're too scared I know actually Actually played through those like we like we wanted. I'm pretty sure we I don't know if we'd just like pass control back and forth or what but I'm I actually did Achievement Videos For does waste one or two. I don't remember which one it was. Seen my closure. Yeah back when this was this was like pre fan like when we had like three different integrations fam- over the past what fifteen years that it just was never the right time anyways. I just wanted to kind of talk a little bit about a pack south because is really fun. Gear gearbox had a little Party there they called it a GB ex not to be confused with Geeta ex WCHS. Kazakh kept calling it that all weekend. but Randy Pitchford wife was there and she was like. Yeah we want this to be the first mini It sounds like they're gonNA try and do a bunch of these like a couple of other events throughout the year so Seles Gearbox has in store. They didn't like show off. Anything they disliked gave out. Free stuff ahead. PC's at this bar good. Music focusing on Farrakhan who knows right yeah mom mm-hmm put him on the invite list. World exclusive and we'll see if they make the cut on Damn So Yeah That's packed south. Time next. We've got a potentially taxis think we solved to talk through that so we might go there. I think there are some Some rooms still available at the hotel connecting which Boston in February. That's really the only way I'd WanNa go. I don't WanNa walk outside at all. It's so class about fight as a very good point anything about extremely good point like it was terrible enough in March and they moved it up an entire month. Like that's just going to be awful awful yeah but anyways One of the dive into Two topics tonight One of them we. We've kind of We we kind of got news about right after our last podcast the the POK MON expansions So I I think we'll kind of kick things offer that because that was really exciting news as you guys are now The three of us have been super into a sword and shield especially Tim. The the gym leader himself We even have our own. Jim Challenge. I'm sure you guys If you watch the stream you might have seen it already Every other Friday Tim has challenges. Come in Trying to win a real Fam- Jim Badge extra not pretty slow heat. We've been melon some of those out to the the winners Really Exciting News They announced Ansah. Pok Mon direct We got the news that morning. And I don't know if any of US really expected a an expansion pass What a what? What a what did you guys think of the the expansion pass news? I'll just kind of open it up to you guys because I've been rambling for five minutes. I mean I so I don't want to say I was. I was expecting it right. I don't want to be like oh I predict this. We hear you know because I didn't but I knew it was possible right. Yeah I knew it was something that could be done. Just because of the generation of games that we have compared to what we had prior right. So I'm not like Oh my God surprised by it but I'm happy about right pleasantly surprised like we know they're they're they're deal sees kind of been on the rise the past couple of years where before. DLC Wasn't really an incentives thing but but you know with with smash brothers and even in breath of the wild getting deal see. I think they're starting to get into it. More to expand the life of their games I agree pleasantly surprised Brian. What about you can I think I had called it. Our Pre our cadets like the national decks podcast we had a little a section of one of the puck. I had called it on. That was like I am pretty sure they're gonNA have. DLC of some kind like they did was matched others the did was platoon. The dude with arms arms as like some of them not to do with Pokemon right and national decks came came around and I was like shut up. Everybod- it's called. DLC Like it's going to happen there's no way way now the make me pay twenty dollars to get more poke Amman's you don't you don't have to pay the thirty dollars. You can just trade with people but Blair. He thought that was free. That's a pretty. That's a pretty good point actually so so the to go into. Maybe we should go over the details. I of what the CEO over the details so Just in case people aren't aware so you pay thirty dollars and you get to expansion passes to to One comes out in June. which is what's even six months away? Yeah the Isle of Armor Only about five months away and then the other one coming out this fall. Which is the Crown Tundra? Yeah So too deal. Sea Packs xr thirty bucks and it's per version so if you have bow sword and shield you have to pay the thirty dollars twice because you won't let me hang on before you confuse people. You're so what he means by that is you. Don't have to pay sixty dollars to get both expand correct if you're one of those people who own both games names for the sake of owning both games and you want that expansion on both of your games you have to pay the expansion twice because expansion says shield expansion sore expansion but if you're like myself you only have shield. I need to pay three dollar one time and that gets me both. DLC's exact so you're not paying sixty dollars. It's not each one of those deals. He's isn't thirty dollars each only like on that at that point fifteen. You're getting in both for that thirty. It's the way I get wide intended at the way they did it but I can also see people. People being confused I've seen people it's very they're just like no just if you play one game solely which most people do you're paying thirty bucks. Get both the if you as read thing. Wow I mean I'm saying Trey they say if you've listened to what they're saying it makes it down but it can definitely be confusing since there's two there's two versions of the pass and then there's two expansions within that pass Day Can you can definitely get a little mixed up. But Trey mentioned into a cool feature with the expansion passes. You actually don't have to buy the the passes to take advantage of the poem on the inside passes so you can still not pay any money and get the two one hundred plus pokemon that they're adding From the the national decks not all of them have been announced but a few of them Like trace favorite Neto king has been they. Don't King is coming back. GAR CHOMP ONE OF TIM's favorites guard job is coming back and met across one of my favorites. So everyone's Kinda Kinda got something to look forward to their ball corona in June at the way total. Yeah fall to get Meta grow to get Gar Tom but I get vol volk arena in which which for those of you who've all grown as she's a little Really fat firefly more or less like it's it's a fire appeared bug mafia. It just like since coaches right but better than scorch agreed so. I'm super excited. I I use Volker on a lot chop a lot. Okay now listen. I'm not like one of those guys like us. The middle a but I like Garland garches. The bad ass came out. I'm just like that motherfuckers. A bad ass being like one of the biggest bad asses ever. Tim only uses a pseudo legendary in his team's he just wants to win. Easy does that is. This is one hundred percent be ready for this Friday battles guys looking opposite but yes go going back to to the point of all that You don't have to pay anything you can still take advantage of the new coq. Amman saw the The National Allied Decks people out there if you for whatever reason then. You don't feel that you need to spend more money on this game. Fine if you you can still get all the poker on that you wanted in the first place just like like you asked for and that's and that's it so let's talk about what could have been the alternate route that apparently everybody's always been fine with for the past ten years and they never complain about it. Actually they get excited for it but this was too much so keep in mind. I'm past generations have done black and white to Restore Ultrasound Ultra Moon Crystal Yayla Amarillo. Oh Bob SAPP NASA fire emerald like you're paying full price for that gain literally does nothing but tweak a couple of things here and there right like like realistically I think did well. Enron added like request right. Like you couldn't get him without Emirati came you. Could you okay so as those yeah. It was Usually for all of these they you play through the same campaign was like like minor story tricks tweaks right And you might have new pok come on added that that weren't available previously And maybe some additional in game content but that that's sixty or you paid. What what our game? Those game forty. Yeah well it depends on which ones we're talking about price for what that game was for. Essentially almost no additional content like there was some tweaks some things here and there but people were like. Yeah this is great. Can't wait going to do it. And say file eight file. You're not you're not picking up where you left off your star in the same game. You just played which don't get me wrong as a kid. I loved yellow and crystal. It was fun to go through those games again but now now I'm like I've already gone through this campaign. I don't really want to do it again right. Ari Put one hundred hours in this so so now POK POK MON comes out. It's like hey look so we're going to give you two hundred plus more pokemon. We're GONNA knock down the price by half of what a four game costs. We're going to actually add. Add to completely additional content areas and things to do on top of. You'RE GONNA be able to continue your safe house you don't have to restart. How do you guys feel and what fans do who who like you know? What though is okay? We love you we we get it. Just give it to us. We appreciate it. One hundred percent support this. I almost feel like it's it's kind of a It's kind of become the norm to Like I feel like if this was announced A couple years ago it wouldn't have gotten the same negative reaction. It's not saying that everyone has a negative reaction but You know those negative voices deathly tend to drown out the positive ones one hundred even when they are the minority right like there could only be ten percent poker players that feel negative about it but those are the the loudest voices normally because everybody else is satisfied not complain. We're like Oh this is awesome. Fuck you I don't know man I don't know if it's just you know the way that social media is to where people are just have such easy access to voice their opinions opinions And it it's just allowed to present you just get that instant satisfaction of or satisfaction I say But of upsetting people or venting your your emotions I don't know what it is man but it definitely seems like it's kind of the new norm so essentially what we have here is people who are mad about the national tax or are into news trying to help him out be okay. We got more stuff coming to you. But but the people that are upset about the national decks. Want to pick so I went through this exact same thing with fallout seventy six. I'm talking identical. Thank will fall seventy six to where people who don't like it whether they understand what it is or not whether they understand what they're even talking about or not people who don't like like it will be on there complaining about it. There are people who don't like fall seventy six. Who literally any time? There's a post about it going there and say trash game. Don't yeah and they don't even play the game. I mean they've done this. It's been out for almost a year over year now and they're still doing it. Why are you wasting your time right? But they do it because they feel so strongly about. They're stupid opinion that they have that. They're just like that. They're just like I want to take anything. That seems even slightly negative the I could turn into a negative even more and just below it out of proportion and ladies and gentlemen that's what we have and it's like this This hoard mentality right. So where like one on Stacey like enough people say they're like oh well. I should believe that now. I'm right clearly because people on Reddit or saying that while that must be the right opinion since multiple people order saying it so that that's my opinion I haven't played the game. Meanwhile here I am rainfall. Seventy six happened just a grand old time over here playing pokemon having just a grand old time live like whatever people just seventy six. I actually not so waste. Landers is coming out shortly and I will definitely jump back into it once. Waste landers comes out but I have really been getting it back for a bit. 'cause they had a pretty solid a roadmap didn't they content. They did an the new winter. Nuclear Winter was really fun. It was there it was their game and it was really fun like a Biard game. It's a blast. The three. Yeah you just kept going back in line because I wanted to keep playing time and the only thing it Kinda killed battle the nuclear winter for me. I know they've tweaked it and I haven't played it since then but they had a perkin. They're called frog legs and it was. It was kind of it was really bad. Add because like you could just jump super high so all of a sudden yeah these people halo jumping everywhere. And if you don't have that perk which takes nine agility to have a and they're just like jumping in your sight. Well okay the the frog. Meanwhile this isn't about seventy six. I love it was just interested. I do do I definitely have to go back. One hundred percent but onto the pokemon news like completely satisfied. My thought with this. Is We get this to me. Opens up more ideas in terms terms of this and I am not going to say don't have concerns or thoughts but like one. This opens up a way that you can see them easily adding other regions back into the game in the future if they decided to write so we could go back to win. We can go back to Joe and it could happen on our same save. File that right Mike Concern. And here's my legitimate concern. Is I have well. I have a lot of Pokemon at Max level. Yeah how did you keep it. How do you keep it fresh and challenging for someone like me to go do solve analysis to deals open up? Okay so I go here. I feel continues. Should know that there's going to be people. Max Level specially by the time these come out. How do you keep that fresh challenging for someone who has a Max level is just GonNa be okay? Everyone's at Max level. Now it's AH light levels right prestige in Kokomo on the kind of do that already with like the wild area. It's like as you're leveling up you. Kinda saw the progression of the puck among the wild area. Kind of get more and more correct or more direct like once you beat the game. They're all sixty st like everything in the wild area all breaking whatever judy fly Salvino so ham idea. Yeah it's interesting with this hard. Yeah I would imagine they do maybe some kind of scaling towards okay. We read that a majority of your team on our level level hundred wolves skill things up to a hundred or something like that and that that would work right so they just make everything in these. DLC's level one hundred. That would work. I know that would suck doc kind of but at the same time like you have to think every battle you go into. You're not just going to run. Override you better make sure you have your typing and you have a plan for your team because of the battle tower. Have you guys played the battle tower and the I in the battle tower. This is not easy. Those battle tower. Is there really so. Maybe they don't do that. Maybe for battles in these. DLC's it's just just like when you're doing battle tower stuff like hey too. So you know you're pokemon it'll be ranked down to level fifty for the sake of competition here battle. Battle Tower stuff is not simple. You GotTa have your game a lot of the times only doing stuff. Maybe it'll it'll scale everything down to fifty like I used you sound like about two years ago and they have talked about it like we don't know but I'm sure we'll find out as time goes. I'm sure I I mean I guess. Worst case scenario going there run everything over and just get pokemon and why not necessarily upset about that and then you just keep on your competitive grind the yeah. Oh maybe you're about to talk about it Maybe we'll we'll see I was going to bring up one of the the new features in a from this expansion pass which might be one of the ones I'm most excited for Is the CO-OP Caught Dungeons or ran. Whatever you WANNA call him They the way they described it and and I could be wrong and correct me if you know something else but they made it seem like you're going into raids like normal but you're you're kind of doing more than just taking on one pokemon and then you're done that's it sounded like why I don't know if there's potential for maybe coop puzzles maybe Some multi battles along the way I yeah I don't I don't know But at the end of these these cooperates or dungeons there are legendary pokemon on and they're bringing back pretty much every legendary the from Canseco all the way to gallagher As as an option to to be collected on top of that adding more legendary pokemon. I think there's four new ones because they announced they were quite a few because they've got Forms a okay okay. Reggie's that's right. Yeah so they've got an electric Reggie and what looks to be a Dragon Reggie uh-huh and then they have Cub Foo which I believe is Just fighting and then when it evolves I has to alternate forms as either fighting dark or fighting water. Whichever route you decide to is to take it down what is pretty? Cool that you get to choose And then the other one is that the big brain dear looking thing Keller ex yeah Colorado which is grass fairy so the reindeer looking thing the ex pokemon yeah Serena's journeys Leon. Yeah from from for Max Right. Yep So it'll it'll be interesting having some some new legends To collect some old ones. Yeah Oh my gosh alternate alternate versions yet does looking amazing. Yes mulch I think we all. We all had a when we talked about this previously. I think we all had different. Davor Phantom Ultra. Chris is that industry and I was a article no which Kinda turned out pretty cool it. I'm glad that they're bringing old pokemon back and giving them new performs as well I I pretty sure trae would like to see. Maybe a Galina Neto King Granted a picture looked very just regular dealer network English but yeah I mean yeah who knows Poison Steel type unit. Be Kinda cool. I think a dark site there it would be bad ass okay. Dark Bug Dark Cypher. Yeah dark bug. There's not a dark bug is there no but they're intending. That'd be interesting interesting typing. You could just give them ask he just pulls down a mask and with with these With one of the the forms that they announced we've got a slow poke which yes yup which I've seen quite a few of these slow. Poke Doc They they gave it out You basically get one for free When they lay announced everything they said you can get get this new form in your game right now just update your game name and was really excited to go home and get a new poke them on? I was like you know what I want this to be shiny. Because in the two expansions you'll be able to evolve into a due slow BRO and a new slow king and they look pretty sweet. Not sure what they're typing as yet could be. Go stark poison. Not really sure her though. The coloring is kind of purplish so I'm excited and I WANNA shiny one and I've been working for probably eighteen hours if if not I still don't have one No idea how many eggs I've hatched I mean at this point if I had to estimate sixteen hundred was about to say fifteen hundred but yeah it's just kind of based on that on that time frame it's it's painful and then I go on Reddit and I see people to get like Oh. It only took me sixty eggs. This is great well so happy for them so funny and I thought so when I started my a journey to get my slash right now I thought you know what I had the Masuda method working for me the last time I had to literally Q.. Not and it was. I wasn't aiming for it but I had seven aids and got a shiny poltergeist down. I remember exit was my seventh eggs. Larry I did bachelor was the first a on my second batch diem. This Masuda method works. Great right on top of that freaking edges slash takes. It took me nine hundred as gadgets. Last okay okay world painful it's painful it's a grind man like and put you at this point you're eighteen eighteen hours in it. Do you really want to just make those be wasted. Yeah and it at this point. I've kind of like I was. I was going on at nonstop tour. Like that's all I was doing doing. I'm trying to break it up to maybe do like half an hour a day or something like that make it a little easier because I was like yeah I was. I was put it in especially especially with the Bean Ohio con weekend. I'll put in like four or five hours in the time that sucked Idea when you're waiting in line for stuff to sit there and ed right Sweden gone all right there it is. I don't what other features were. Did we missing features Africa Africa making stuff as the apricot stuff coming back. If you guys remember from gold and silver you got like you make pokey balls so that'll be interesting to see how that how that works because making one ball at a time would be a little tedious. I'm hoping that they'll have a way to mass. Produce them twenty two time or something Of course versus giving new characters to get mustard. WHO's the one who trained Lyonnais Leon Yup down to two other characters that are trying to become their own gym leaders. which is avery? Who is the psychic type? The Guy and then Clara. WHO's the poison type down depending on what version you have will depend on which one is in your game right? Melissa rival. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Shield gets avery and SORGI. It's Clara new a new move of tutors as well. That's actually important. That's that's very important. Be completely different Meta And a couple of months fan I I hope man like on sired seeing exile mimic you everywhere. Every team that's all there is that execute exit extra drill mimicked durant tar drag. Paul gear does row Tom Everywhere. Although I was interested in that team I shared this morning and discord. The added at least using different. Yeah Yeah especially with the clear. So you're clear smog. I think it is to get rid of all the statues US clear. Small clear. Smog is good It's very it's a very especially someone got if if someone got set up against you that move like Saber all all I know we're excited for it. I don't really see the justification to be upset about it when you're getting You're getting all the content that you used to getting games in my opinion. You're getting more than us to get another games names for half the price hundred percent you are one hundred percent you are not. They never added two hundred per game down and this could easily be the the to start just like Tim. Listen this is only the beginning for what they could add down the road. Are you sorry keep going good. Acid the isle of Armor Will Give Us the XP charm New Tutor moves and then the a restricted sparring mode. which is They're saying that it's going to give some of your normally overlooked. Put him on a chance to shine. So mention is normally overlooked looked pokemon. So I wonder if it's has something to do with like the the underused kind of not not really says used to challenge yourself to some new battles battles with restricted sparring. You'll be limited in. What put him on early? We Limited. What types of Pokemon you can use enforced about under set conditions? Give it a try. I like like it on a chance to shine. I like it. I definitely like that. And then the Tundras GonNa give the crown tendrils going to give a co-op future. Yes have cool to be. If you're just like 'cause you clearly see other trainers in the wild area right like him there around. How cool would it be if you enter this dungeon? It's just you you see you your four trainers there and you're going around like trying to do things together. I think that'd Khullar if it's like if you make like a part of four people in you just see your four running a yeah exactly cool. 'cause like the way it is now like I liked the wild area. I think it's a really cool Klaudia but it's like you see mass amounts of people just like you know. We should go to talk to him. They give you food yes true. Hopefully we'll see some other quality of life changes or even some like minor patches. Another do like hot fixes and stuff but I would love to see a manual refresh for stamps. You know something like that interested to see what what they can do in between green these like larger expansions. Think they've got an online competition going on right now to think so probably wait. There's no way. Is there another either one of those Like galar beginnings or something dope-ban. Tim just left the podcast on the podcast. I Yeah Yeah for sure. It's sort of like a week ago. Hey Tim there's an online competition going on. Maybe you should do it. I thought you were all into this VTC's he sees me all about it have been doing a lot of battles. Sometimes things get passed me okay. I'm Jim defend you know. Spend a very rough ride you know. Maybe if we had three trainers that too we might not lost three times I was I was kicking back in and sunny in Sunny Texas. Listen so I didn't have time to defend a gym so maybe next week or the week after that I should say it doesn't start till the twenty third. I'm okay mice made it in. I did what what what is that. Friday Thursday no no dates. Our hearts is Thursday. Good Perfect Tim's off Thursday. I actually I it really well. I could tell by the way that he said that he was like perfect. I can I can just play one hundred badges and they don't cap you either either like you can just play as much as you want right. I think the last one you can only do like nine day or something like that like there was how dot Com. But that's okay that to me is good because then like like I don't just sit here and play all day like I have a cap so that's not a bad thing you need to. We know. Eat and move things like I did find out I can host things by the way ahead. Group of People WanNa do like a a tournament. Some Friday I can host that tournament and when he posts Code Online and anybody who uses that code can join that tournament yourself. I I don't know we haven't done it so I don't know but I know I can make the tournaments. We'll let you go. That's cool. Maybe just community night kind of thing you know like. Hey maybe maybe fam- con. Oh no that would be beautifully perfect because we're doing pokemon tournament fan blades. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA be Yeah it's Very Cape and everything really hokey capable pokey ball in the back of it. Just just cost plays Leon Dude that I'm basically diet purple them taking thing away his dude. You're fine getting. I Need Leon's Liane Sat. Let's make it happen. You GotTa do the Po's the and I'll get really mad like And Yeah Oh Matt I lost but I'm happy for you but I'm happy for you. Here's his but so yeah we love it. It's great. I think they're doing great things and intend to keep keep it up. I'm super happy. What you announced? I can't wait to see what you have in the future and switching switching gears. A little bit too something. A little more recent And what did you say Kajima you just like to think that could gene has everywhere. Maybe maybe it looks like you're infinity casting like a Dog Shadow on your curtains by the way it's playing a shadow puppets okay. Let anyways next topic So something a little more reason. That's happened over the past. I think full week. It's it's been almost exactly a week if I remember right Crossings fault we. We've had this This recent trend of of game delays which is an unexpected anymore And I would say I would say for the most part people actually I would say this is kind of the opposite of POK Mon.. Just where for the most part people are understanding of game delays. And if they're truly you know passionate about the game they're okay with waiting right so the I think the four or five that we're talking about here Final fantasy was the first to be delayed. That one was Eh. What does that pushed back till so it was march third? I believe announced April tenth. Terrible some monitoring cats are fighting So yeah only about a month so not not too bad there And then they also announced same day. The Marvel avengers game got delayed and that was May And now it's September that's okay with me too like I was wanting to play that game. That was not a game I was like super or excited about like I would probably have picked it up to play with so we might dive into some of these A little more individually. Because I think some of them have unique. Circumstances is but Just a quick hit on marvel. I know that one wasn't really received. Forty three And I'm interested. You know if that may be tied into some of that Into into that delay as I'd say maybe one of the the bigger ones those a couple days later cyberpunk yeah push back quite a bit right now. Yeah that was about the same as vendors in additional months. 'cause that was originally April now it's September So so yeah. The falls the falls looking a little more full which is a little good. We were talking earlier that the the first half of the little you know it was. Yeah it's kind of loaded so maybe spreading it out a little bit since we're getting to the end of the these councils like embers loaded. Yeah exactly But not animal crossing. That's the one that has a movie with animal more crossing walking down like if the thing with each door. That was fantast Isabelle's clearing the way this is the this is the spring game in Animal crossing coming out. Well the Oh the one that just happened today. was dying light Two got pushed back indefinitely. They didn't. They said that they would share news. Kind of as it as it comes but unlike dead island it's not dead and it's for sure I did. Island was what five years ago six six years ago that it was announced dialing was so long ago and it was so hyped and they still say they're working on it like they they do say they're working on it. They just diesel kind of bounced around from different companies. Though right yeah but that was I. Think those three that the very first battlefront For the next the current consuls insult announced if that puts it in perspective. But and my don't get me wrong. You can't have dead island and dying come out the same like year. I think that'd be a bad idea. sure But we just wanted to update me and Dead Island was a lot of fun. I mean it wasn't a it wasn't perfect but it was a lot of fun from what it was very good loop like hack and slash or loot systems blows Ambi- hack and slash a lot of fund. And it was. It was asleep or two at the time. Yeah really was. You're probably working at a game. Stop just like I was in. We couldn't keep that thing in stock. 'cause it was it was bonded great game to play. A friends was But all that being said said those those four kind of major delays kind of wanted to kind of open up that that discussion of the impact that this has has Kind of on on all fronts right So the impact that the The consumers that it has the consumers and also maybe the The workforce while so these These people that are putting putting these time into Into these games. I 'cause there's there's always talk of a crunch crunch time in the games industry So just kind of wanted to To See what you had to say about how these these delays kind of impact everything. What are your thoughts dry Mean to me. I think if as long as they're delaying the game to make it better like I'm clue that I understand like the extension of like crunch time outs of like that. But if this is like maybe they delayed for fans because you know the gave them a really long breaks the Gaza. How close the the end day? And they're like okay. Maybe like finished like do a couple you know. Finishing Polish is not going to be anything like drastic words to make sure the ironing out all the bugs. It's just making sure everything's good to go seven. Go at lunch we ought to do. They weren't patron anything. Just games out Bam done which has been common patches have become way too right and so which is like bones me out yet but it's like as long as the Games coming out. I don't care like it's they delayed the other two next year. I'm like okay as long as it's coming up better. Yeah that's fine right. They resin evil of a little. Maybe a little upset Ed but I'm trying to say that my that one might be sad. That's it'll make me sad but I'm not gonNA lie when they when I heard the announcement of Found Fancy ladles like a little bit of depression. But but I'm getting a guy at work that already had that week requested off So he's got a rally this day and AJ come to learn that. I have a definite confirmed. Solid date. No pushbacks that's when I'll I'll see like those days off that's Kinda hard that's kind of hard to get because you can never really tell. I mean this. This was probably the closest one was final. Fantasy was only being really a month and a half away. It can be up 'til you know that that last minute really young Tim. Any thoughts on on how these delays kind of impact everything using trae like. Look as long as it's for the greater good and when the game comes out is fun. I'm all for whatever needs to be done right like there's so there is a line of you. Don't want to delay something so much to where now the hype is gone right. There's you have to be careful a full with those because then at that point you also at that point. It's not just affecting the people who played a game I I. I don't know how affects the people who are making the Games at that point. I'm sure sure that builds stress on them as well. But I don't mind I don't mind to happening like he doesn't bother me unless it's been delayed like ten times because at that point you just lose faith in it even being a real thing I always come back to. I think of delayed stuff I know it's kind of weird. But the bioshock infinite DLC How how like? It just didn't come out till like well. It was a long time after the game originally came out right Duke Nukem at first or do we. We don't know but it took so long for the bioshock infinite. DLC come out to where. I barely know anybody who played it it. Just because like the hype. Everyone moved on as amazing as infant was everyone moved on while not everybody but most people moved on to where once they announced that. Just like you know so Sir WanNa make sure you keep your game. Relevant days gone is another good one that it just kind of lost height and I know it's wound up being an okay. Okay solid game. But it lost height I feel like cyberpunk not losing hype but at the same time. I don't feel like it's nearly as hyped up as it. I used to be One point So I think it's good to make sure your games come out and that they work when they come out for sure in that. What is the main priority right As much as I love seventy six it probably could use the delay like I wouldn't disagree with that. It could've used a delay had a few more Betas in compulsion things up for sure But at but make sure you're not getting to the extent to where delays become the what you're known I'm for sure and I don't think I think at the point in time we're I don't think anyone's kind of like a like a repeat offender. At this point you know with in kind of along alongside that so thinking of the like the the impact that that it has on the developers right Because it's it's something that we kind of hear about in the like just in engaging news in general how How when it comes down of these? Last couple of months they They have to go through crunch time. Right right where they're they're working Extra hours or working on Saturdays Really in with with no with no overtime right in most cases so they're just required to work extra. No incentives I I've heard when I was kind of doing winsome research. Some of them have maybe some internal incentives to where maybe we'll get some extra time off like after the Games launched or maybe they've got Like awesome giveaways or something like If you work overtime maybe You can win win some prizes or something like that. So there's there could be some compensation in different forms there there but Regardless I kind of wanted to bring up the point that okay you have a game launch April cyberpunk right and urine crunched at this point in time. You're on crunch time. This is before the delays so comes at an April. Were in January lasts three months probably crunch time right. 'CAUSE you're you're down to the wire so you're having everyone coming on Saturdays. You know working you know ten hour days twelve hour days whatever it is and then you delay the game right so now all. You're you're not really getting rid of a crunch time all you're doing is doubling it right. 'cause Tom would that be September August. So come this summer like June July. They're going to be in crunch time again. So they're they're just going to repeat the same cycle that they're in right now if it doesn't just continue indefinitely because there's nothing that says is that it might just continue on from now until the game launches And there's there's no way that they were gonNA find that this out but I thought that's kind of an interesting point that I don't think it's I don't think it's a healthy thing. I agree that we need to delay games to make sure that they're Polish and put out quality content but I think maybe the the resolution is waiting to a wedding announce release dates or weight into just announce games in general to avoid that altogether. So if we say an average game takes. I don't know this by any means but we'll let's just say it's five years so maybe in order to avoid crunch time altogether so make sure that these workers have You know healthy work life balances. The game sold it gets polished and everything maybe we the the expectation in the industry becomes seven years so it takes longer to complete but you know everyone has better work. Conditions I agree like you gotta take the lives into matter right like I. I get what you're saying I mean and I and I feel that it's yes that makes sense but you also have to think of it from a business point of view right so you're in this and you're running a business and let's say you're a small company and you got bought you and and activision comes to us like hey look. We liked the idea. We we really liked this game. We are going to help support his game. We're going to fund this game up solely like we will pay for you to make this game in publishing under Our Name as publisher right But we need to try to have it done by this timeframe or you guys okay to do that and they say yes we can do that so now you got a giant check from the publisher to publish in develop your game you kind of accept that those terms that come with that that that contract right and in it gets extent because then you start hearing about the the the number one example I can think of is destiny a destiny estany. I'm pretty sure destiny not so much. What was the game anthem anthem? But if I recall like so so you're on a deadline to make this game right so like you said and then you get all these crunch time and stuff and publishers. Don't want to delay the game but the developers deem that it needs to be done right. Publishers wanted get that shit out there. Because I'm sure they have some kind of they gotta make their Mo- they gotta make money and I'm sure they have Just like any business. You have like sites to health. Call goals so you have numbers. You're trying to hit every year right in this game that you gave millions of dollars. Thousands of dollars to fund is part of Said thing this year and if that gets push-back you that's not. You're not gonNA make that money right so publishers. Clearly I would assume don't want to delay a game Developers need to and probably probably more so want to because they want to make sure that's their game that's their reputation on the line so they wanna make sure when they launched something. It's clean posh. As said can be that way it goes rose. You don't have an anthem situation a desperate situation because from from what we've heard from destiny and who they were with activision right Bungee and that because Bungee Anji and all that jazz bungee left And they made destiny and Yada Yada Yada you heard from the developers that Bungee or the destiny wasn't what it was supposed to be but the publishers made them release it early because they needed to be released that year. Right shirt so because because of that we got a mediocre half ass game. That wasn't even anywhere close to what it was supposed to be according to the development on him one. Want your destiny one. That wasn't even close to what it was supposed to be was still fun. It's all right but they were so much. We were missing all because the the publishers. This one is a activision publisher. That right like I'm not crazy. They're the ones who publish was. Yeah was right so they. They essentially rushed the the studio Bungie to get it done and because they got we got a mediocre game and it sucked. Because I'm sure if they had the time that they needed to make it it better great. It would have been amazing in great right like I'm sure it would have been phenomenal. And I'm sure the developers as they said would have loved to have had that time to do that right but again you took this money say we will get done. Yes it's a it's it's a mix it's like I get both sides. I really do like if you paid for something trevor. If if you're like hey look I need this done by. I need all this stuff with my car done by by by this month because I have things I have to hit things I have to do by the following month. Can you do that. And they're like okay. Yeah and then they come back to the. Hey look it's it's GonNa take probably another month or two and you're just like well. I need it now so give me something. Now that I can use to get from point A. to point because I need car back yeah and I think that I don't I agree with you there. to where you have these Expectations and I think that's where and I'm not trying to say I know the answer. And I I know how this works I'm just saying that. I think the expectations need to change Because if if every if everyone has this like standard expectation of late. Because there's a bunch of different stockholders in in Games right you've got Like the shareholders Like the people that These businesses E C O's report out to like. Hey here's why are stocks are Herat And here's where we're projected to be because we have this game coming out. This fall will whatever that looks like. You've got to consumers to To appeal to as well well. There's there's all kinds of variables that I am not educated on one bit so the Same I just think. The if we change the expectation So if all the game developers they came together. And there's like hey this is an unrealistic time aligned to expect the Games we need to with the new generations coming out who knows what will change right. Maybe we'll get longer. Maybe it'll get shorter. I don't know but it at this point. It seems if if this is happening kind of across the board to where Games are being delayed and then it just adds more crunch time. I'm To these already overworked developers something something has to change. I don't know what the answer is But we also don't know if it's if it's even crunch time at this point because if they're so far into development and the right okay we're just going to do a game like how saying we're going to lead a game disorder. Make sure that it's the the finished part of that. We were wanting to to give on day one. Maybe it's like earning bugs league each found. Maybe there's I get mad nature like they're getting game testers in to play the game which everything's good neither giving them that portion of the production but more time I don't know and we'll never know also so yeah for sure and yeah we don't either in the there's never we'll never know every situation I I know is it the the CG project CD project Red CEO specifically said like You know he basically said that crunch time is unavoidable will Now they're they're in a different situation because they're not US based So they're crunch time is paid So it's a little bit of a different different situation you know. At least they're being compensated for but still like I mean tim you work. You work retail You know what it's like to work black Friday weekend weekend right you know. Have Fifty to sixty hours on on your on your pay stub like that. It's nice but it. It's exhausting. It is. It's very exhausted like like the money. Money's always nice but you can only take so much before he was like okay. Okay like enough now. No and and in that. Yeah I mean work life balance really across the board needs figured out like Realistically Speaking Work Life Balance Yes aboard in every every business needs out it is it is whack a really it really is like it is wack but are wack wack. I think so even try out. I think Microsoft tried out the whole Four Day WORKWEEK and it worked out extraordinarily well from my alienating and this isn't like the the four day workweeks that we have here like I used to be on four by ten. You know ten hour days forty s a week but I think they legit where did hours. Yeah like eight hour like four eight hour days so so they innocent production rise quite quite a bit Just imagine how nice would be to just go into work four days and then you have this. It's time for the things that are that really matter not to say that there are people out there that are passionate about their jobs. I I like what I do for work But at the end of the day. That's not what I'm like. What I'm what matters to me is my friends? My family experiences right building content. Like to this. Like if if I don't have time for that then what's what's the point man right so no I agree and I thought it was interesting. That production rise arise like even though they took one extra day off. But you also have people come into the Work WanNa work like you. Don't you don't feel like nearly as exhausted like one day you can do wonders for people who are so used to working five like I think. I think that is where things should start like. I really do. I think that's a good place to start. Is that right there. But I'm not some big CEO making tons. So maybe I'm just an idiot but you you know it is what it is but like bringing bringing it back to to the delays and stuff. I think there's a balance between same understanding. You have a deadline because you took that check like you have a deadline. You took back. But at the same time understanding that delays. He's will most likely happen because people need to live their lives outside of that development job in look. I'm not a game developer. Maybe it's awesome. Maybe maybe it's terrible. I don't know I'm sure it's a lot of work. I can guarantee you that much. At least I can guarantee you. People are very unappreciative of the time and effort. That go into a lot of these games looking at you pokemon haters and like I think look there are games come on suck right. They don't work well. They they're buggy. It doesn't work shit happens but I'm telling you right now. There's not a single developer out who makes these games just to piss off people right. Well you know what I mean like. Someone didn't put the game out there for it to be shitty just because you know it was pretty bad but like think about think about at the time and effort that people put into that game to make that game right like it was bad like we can all agree it had A. I had a great two days with that game. It was very fun two days after that two days it was like I and I feel bad because I don't play anymore because it's just not a fun game. I'll say it's not fun. There's no in game content but that doesn't I mean people didn't spend years of their lives making this game that unfortunately just bombed so then you ask yes. You're quite then as a publisher. You need to ask yourself okay. Look at anthem. Logo just happened in that game. We did. They didn't give them time. They said now we got out right now and They ain't doing shit no one. They're not making money more. So maybe we give these people a CD CD product read some time. Get right that way. We don't have that ask situation happen actually best the best thing that comes out of things like anthem is hopefully publisher. See what happened when Russia game statement. Destiny Sir you look at those games to two of the biggest games that were supposed to be what happened to them and you may be step back and be like look. We paid them do a job. I'd rather I pay them to do a good job in a rush job. I mean that's I feel like Beyond good evil is one of those. They announced it. Yes I completely forgot forever ago and it's still in the works but they like they use like okay. We're GONNA take our time to get this right and I was like good. That's all I ask for. That'll ask the came up one trailer. It was like three twenty two thousand nine or something like that I was like I can't ubisoft thing because I'm so mad. We didn't get into last year trevor. We need to make sure we do that. Because that was such a good time that year we went off outside. Party was pizza rolls for days. which it's weird right right because we got into it so easily became like a like an actual thing because we like religious walks by? And we're we're like oh we we can go in of cool. Yeah so we got to figure that out. I think you pay for next year if they do it again. Earlier swinging getting the actual theater instead of watching rushing it outside. Look I'm down for whatever. It was fun. All I'm saying is give me splinter cell. They announce it delayed delayed. Doesn't even have like doesn't just as delayed until when I've been delayed indefinitely definitely in all the words but it would happen to me as we I feel beyond good nevil. It's cool like I'm I'm good with waiting. I've been waiting since two thousand nine same thing with final fantasy seven. Just take time you need if you need to give people a break for for a hot minute to make that a delay. That's fine I don't care like as long as the game comes out the way they want it to be delivered to US completely fine with it if keenum arts four is delayed for ten years or forty years. I don't care if I see something for that's like in the works like thank you. That's it in Games. Come out so frequently nowadays like I almost missed the time where there were laws between big titles. You know what I mean like. I used to be able to spin months on one game and be just fine like back when used the next thing. Yeah like my. We did that decade thing. Right on Microsoft's Xbox I spent like seven hundred days a as in gears of two. Yeah and let me explain something to you. The multiplayer in that game was amazingly fun and the lag ist of any game game I ever played like but I still put seven hundred days into that game because that's what we had and we may do with it and it was great it also introduced horde mode but you know it was a fun time and we and that's just what we did. We were okay with that. It's like I'm okay with. I've been on Pokemon for three months now. I don't really have a need to jump off right way. I mean realistically speaking the next big game looking forward to outside of animal crossing. Because that's that's not one of those games I'm just GONNA dump you know like ten hours into on one day because you just can't but you know whatever I call it. Yeah Yeah but resident three. That's not until April and I'm okay with that. Yeah we got doom. But I'll get dum play through it but I'm not like doom horror like some Democrats love do and I'm excited for a helmet coming. Everything but resume juicy. It couldn't compete with animal crossing man. They were like we did that. They didn't get pushback doom. No it's not coming out the same day isn't it. It's March till I'm still march. Oh I can't knock back. Dume just announced because of resident evil. Not only do I get this lovely glorious campaign. I can't wait to play project project resistance. Baby can't wait project resistance. I`Ma be on that that'd be the best person ever linen GOPRO. Oh GOPRO and project resistance. Turmoil risen resistant to ago real. I'm glad I'm glad we were able to discuss that. Because that's that's something that's definitely been kind of on everyone's minds. I think since there were so many in such a short time frame which I think we can like Mike? We've discussed the past half hour. It's good but things are definitely be. Improvements made the process a harder percent. I know a of the US from the Asian companies are pretty pretty tough about that Bella. Crunch time stuff like that but Yeah we'll obits who has gotten better over. The reason for the delay was then making his better for everyone. The developers employees producers. Whatever his buddy? Yeah 'cause they're all can make money hopefully the The people that You know put the hardest working to see that. See that return on Investment Fisher. Those are great great sexy topic for alsaud sixty nine sixty nine. I'm glad we're able to To get that get that That episode out there I don't think we really have another that. That was probably the coolest milestone will ever hit so I think we probably our last podcast just descended here seeing nine. But Tim's look at me like right in the eye when he says that it's really creepy But now we'll We'll be back in in two weeks with episode seventy Excited for another great year. podcasts with you guys Short will be an exciting one wall. We'll talk about animal crossing after March. So it's like you know who's Tom Look is better gets the frog seat. WHO GETS FROGGY targeted Yeah we'll we'll be back in two weeks. Appreciate you guys listening thank you so much If you can listen to. All of our previous episodes is on spotify Youtube Apple. podcast Google podcasts. 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Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

Climate Cast

04:21 min | 5 months ago

Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

"Climate. CAST is supported by Bank of America through Global Business Strategy Sustainable operations an employee Programs Bank of America is focused on helping society transition to a low-carbon. Economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. The climatology of Doritos I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Kutner here with climate. That durant show that tour across Iowa and Illinois August tenth flattened as much as fourteen million acres of cropland seventy to one hundred plus mile an hour winds blew down trees and power lines more than half a million islands lost power some for more than a week. The word the ratio means straight ahead in. Spanish these massive straight line wind events travel more than two hundred and fifty miles and produce wind gusts over. Seventy five miles an hour. Why is the Upper Midwest climatological hotspot for these massive windstorms that howl for hundreds of Miles Victor Seaney is a professor with Northern Illinois University specializing in severe storms. Hi Victor Welcome to climate cast. Thanks for having me on. Paul what stands out to you about that August tenth Rachel probably the number of wind reports that we had over seventy five miles per hour usually when these jobs occurred you. Can get widespread fifty to sixty mile per hour winds. But as we saw in several cities in Eastern, Iowa in Northern Illinois and even into the Chicago land area, this particular day Joe was producing winds in excess along its path of seventy five miles per hour. Obviously, the wind speed gets higher. So does the damage we all know about Tornado Alley and there's also a higher donate show frequency there but the radio frequency is Also high here in the Upper Midwest and the southern Great Lakes right it is an actually if you had to pick one city on the map that experiences more durations than anywhere else in the United States, it would be sort of Rockford Illinois Northern Illinois here is really ground zero for the shows and it really goes back to the ingredients that you need in order to get these types of long live windstorms we've. Had some historic data shows in the Upper Midwest? The Boundary Waters Blow Down Fourth of July nineteen ninety nine is something people here in Minnesota remember what is it about the summertime atmosphere over the Upper Midwest? That's conducive to durant chose well, for those of us who live up here in the summer we know it's the heat and humidity, and of course, you have heat and humidity present on many days in the summertime. But what really differentiates from a direct show, Dave versus a normal thunderstorm day are these bigger disturbances that moved through the atmosphere and a lot of vertical wind shear strong jetstream overhead that all comes together to create a very favorable atmosphere for these rages. The bulk of evidence seems to suggest that climate change doesn't show strong links to the intensity of d'auray chose why is that? It's not that it doesn't show strong relationships is. That it's sort of unknown in that we have a lot of errors right now with our experiments in the models that we have that can project into the future the potential changes. Our best guess right now is that the amount of days that we're going to have in the future that having this extreme heat and humidity will increase, but it's sort of unclear if that's GONNA translate to more of these types of Drake Joe. Windstorms is there any evidence that Rachel climatology could shift northward as the climate warms there are certainly studies out there that show northward shift in what we call the mid latitude jetstream and these types of phenomenon in theory should shift with that northward shifting jet. Again, these are attribution type of studies that will need to be retested in the future and continue to be tested with new data before I think we can say anything. More robust about what we're going to expect with these types of storms. I don't think there's a rating system for Rachel's how would you rate that one that crossed Iowa into Illinois on August tenth this particular Drake Shift you had to ask me is probably one intend to one in fifteen year event across the Midwest Professor Victor Jen, Seaney with Northern Illinois University. Thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Thanks for having me. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul Hutton.

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Tortilla Chips (Entry 1320.GN4226)

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

53:41 min | 1 year ago

Tortilla Chips (Entry 1320.GN4226)

"Hey, it's Kim dash show Beatle fans. Don't miss my podcast Dachau's Beatles revolution talking with other musicians. Like Lenny Kravitz little Steven about how the Fab Four chains music. Forever listening. Subscribe at apple podcast or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts piece of loaf. Omnibuses the production of I heart radio. Running on. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick, we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century peering. The great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, obscure, human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders an esoteric that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions. This is our legacy to you. This is our time capsule. This is the bus. You have accessed entry one three two zero dot g n four two two six certificate number four to seven to nine. Tortilla chips, Benjamin Japan. Toast. Benjamin. Nothing gives your old lunch. New life like Fritos brand corn ships, so munchies. So full of good corn taste. You only have one child John? Thanks for that, you know of. That's true. That's right jokin. It's well known. It's it's fairly apt. So you do not have to face one of the issues that I do with two children, which is one always feels one or both always feel slighted. Oh, sure. I have a sister. And I remember one of us feeling slighted, and it was always her. Yeah. It generally, the family, niches workout. So that there is somebody who for whom slighted nece kind of is part of their identity. It becomes their thing. Because children are obsessed with fairness, I don't know where they get this idea, super innate sense of Justice. Yeah. Little girl has like Justice running through her veins and a self interested kind of Justice. My my kids are not overly worried about migrant farm workers. No. But if somebody got to ride in the front seat. More times than the other person. Or if somebody's slice of pie, add more ice cream than the other person's clang clang clang clang clang, you know, CNN breaking news alert. There was one particular Christmas where my sister was upset if there was I guess, maybe one more present for me, and my mom was so indignant, and she stormed off my mom did and was gone for a half an hour Christmas morning and came down the says more of a my mom came down with the receipts for every present she'd bought wait wait for it for the previous eight years. And it was there's an audit on Christmas morte, and the the amount of money that she had spent on our Christmas presents over eight years was within twenty dollars every year. She's always making sure the the ledger balances. Yeah. And so she had the documentation right there. Like, in fact, I, you know, Susan had eighteen dollars more worthy presence at which point. I got into whereas my eighteen dollars. Idea. Remember hating the rejoinder adults which is inevitable that life is not fair as if they have done you favor. Hey, it's a tough world out there, sometimes your ice cream scoops a little bit smaller. You should think me for preparing you for that. Really, the parent doesn't actually think that no iron is dissimilar the parents just lazy and cannot ensure equal outcomes every time and so they're pretending. It's apparent strategy. I do the thing where I just take her ice cream and eat it right in front of her Israel. How do you like this? Now, maybe next time think about that before you complain. I don't actually do that. Please do not write me any letter. Emails are like half cent right now. People are back spacing. So in this case, the reason this came into play in my life this week is my daughter who's five years younger and his aware that her brother gets privileges. She does not for example of years. That's an interesting gap between kid that. I say five it's four four. All right. I don't want. Anybody fact checking my that's slightly less interesting, but still you know, usually percent less interest. Usually, there's a two year gap. Right. That's the standard. If you're gonna have a boy and a girl two years. What what made you pick for? There was no you can't always pick. And in this case, we actually kind of thought there would be a silver lining to four years apart. They won't be competing in the same ecosystems much. We've created two kids that will are close enough to be friends as adults. Yeah. Will not be competing for the exact same stage of life. One will be going into high school the same time. The other is graduating from it. Sure. Dylan, we'll take take an interest in caring for the baby he'll be old enough right to and some of that did we. Work out. But definitely they're still kids and my daughter who is twelve has come to me multiple times to ask why talk about Dylan omnibus. Oh, but not her interesting. So really, it's kind of your fault. When you think about it? No, just meant you just asked about I love Kaelin. She's much more engaged in life, and she was even a year ago. Right. I mean, she used to sort of be a little bit shy and demurring when I would come over. He has never had her brother's kind of unearned white male confidence swaggers around everybody on the sixteen year old boy things will work out for me. But I had dinner at your house the other day, she just has like charisma and a lot of strong opinions. Now, she does she kind of has the soul of an artist and every respect not just a lot of creative projects buzzing around there and head but also the temperament of stereotypical artist from some kind of fifties musical I love to see that that that motion where you flip the bangs out of your eyes by like whipping your head just sort of like. Getting those cool new wave bangs out of your is that still survives to this day. You've seen that she would serve Windsor bangs. And I was like yes, I feel like she has chosen a haircut just for head whipping. Oh, yeah. Potential. No, believe me. You know, I'm alternate of. So I've seen that band. You came up you've seen every variant of those bangs on many culture, I was ground zero for new wave. So she has her interests all kind of center around Sturman drawn e kind of things she likes these this new generation of Broadway plays that kind of are aimed at drama club kids, you know, feeling very strong things. How Heather supply now for some reason and deer. Evan Hansen and all the deer. Evan hansen. Clones. She loves these plays that are they seem to be drama club kids. They're kind of for queer kids, but they're all kind of encoded. So none of the characters or action wheels ubt in any way. They're just outside or so that the little drama called can be like that. Yes. Yes. And they all high heart, right? And they all have to press series endless fan fiction about this stuff. She she has her obsessions in my day. We just had Depeche mode and Roxy music that was your Broadway. Yeah. Right. No. And then my fair lady. I mean you had. Think how different Broadway was even like ten years ago when the most Email play was like lay MS or phantom, you know, I guess like Bob Fosse and stuff like that. But that was also cocaine drenched did not have the like sad that was coke. And like a very weirdly. I mean, I'm not going to say that only straight site policy. That's insane. But very very heterosexual energy. Right. Right. Right. Right. Of course to his glamorous womanizing character. Yeah. When you think about it? There's no encoded queer kidding grease. Let me think about that who is most likely to come out ten years after Greece who it is Rizzo. It's definitely Rizzo. Yeah. When she's saying they're worse things. I could do. She means I'm gonna Paul Terry content. No. It's the isn't there? A clearly must be in volleyball coach or something. Oh, sure. Not Nancy Walker said Caesar's. But isn't there some art it's evolved and the principal or something? No. I think the coach she the principal eve Arden. Let's let's let's leave it at that Caesar is the coach because he. That's right. That's clearly the principle of ridell high is a gay woman. She should be encouraging resort to. Yeah. Show her true color. That's not in there. And is there like I mean think about Saturday Night Fever, if there's any movie in history that should have multiple gay characters. It would be Saturday Night Fever, but it's all like sopranos kids Brennaman, that's pretty hetero. Maybe they thought they could if they cast Travolta everybody would kind of get it. Oh, I see. Really how deep in the closet is this guy. What are the odds of Hollywood cult? We'll just cover up for him for thirty years. They won't happen. Right. No, nobody will come after us. Now. Listen, you just said Hollywood cult, and we may get shut down. We I didn't. I didn't name the culture if they have if they have some kind of elected that listens into media to hear the outward. Hear the word cold. We are in the clear new, where's my Hollywood view a coffee Cup bell. People are mad. You don't have your. Where's your bell? You know, I'm moving and mel's my bell in a box that says random stuff from studio. I just want my dictionary out of that box. I do not want your bell. There's like two distortion boxes. My bell your dictionary a couple of athletic supporters. I mean who knows what's in that box. It's very unbranded. I have a dictionary stories. Don't work, the Caitlyn's other gap. Love is Disney theme parks, and she wanted me to show that touched on Disneyland's. He wants to be an imagine near someday. Which is short for imagination engineer. Domineering dominatrix imagining tricks engineers. Think the ended with your time to engineer the imagination. I wanna be an imaginary. Tricks. I feel like on my way, if you pay a little extra Disneyland, you can have the Princess of your choice show you around the way she wants not the way you on. We'll so care going on Astro orbiter again. No. That's the worst. Right. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I mean, it's the worst ride mistress. Caitlyn is just at that age where she's a teenager, and is becoming very much a dramatic and aware of her identity, but at the same time still very connected to Disney. How long do you think that Disney connection? I'm kind of wondering Broadway kind of supplanted, and maybe Broadway is the Disney IMO musical thing for a slightly older kid kind of is right. You've replace your Princess and Queen Elsa with Princess Rizzo. And andy. But she had a very specific idea for a Disney theme park the show. And of course, we on the boys varies show. We entry. Sure, we explain to the future. How a hybrid fruit led to the creation of about spray fun in parks in the orchard, south of L A, which today kind of dominate that landscape. But she wanted me to talk about tortilla chips instead because Lord with us. Well, so now my sister was vegetarian starting at depending on whose version of the story. What what is the thing is that the is it like alcoholic is the last bite of meat. You know, sometimes she's a chicken -tarian on and off right there must be a better prefix Pesca Terry needs fish, right? So it's an eight the tater -tarian. Good board. But she she never liked meat. And the first time she went vegetarian. The the problem is that she also doesn't like vegetables or really healthy food of any kind. And so she became what I called what I marking Lee referred to as a Taco Bell vegetarian. She would eat garbage food. But as long as it didn't have meat in it. She felt like she was accomplishing her goal which was a combination of virtue and also just in like the meat, but she would Taco Bell made a point to have their beans be vegetarian rather than cooked in lard. So they became like the fast food of choice of Chinese, and my sense of Caitlyn is that she is having dinner with you also somewhat of a Taco Bell vegetarian. That's very good. Although if she's listening to this let me just disagree with with that in the strongest possible terms, John I mean, Kate Kate also has been vegetarian for like three years which impresses the hell. Out of me. Sure. We assumed it was just a passing nine year olds fag. Because you guys put park. Chops on the table every night grind up pork rinds stir them into the the vegetables. And then Mindy has to have a separate. It's like you. Keep a kosher house. Right. She has a separate set of pots just to make. We haven't been we have one child who who loves dairy, but not meet and one child who Dylan loves me. But we're not dairy. Like, I mean, he doesn't like cheese. You have a kosher household between your children, we have made shirts observe Costra. So many as often making like three dinners like the normal food for us, some dairy cheese free variant for Dylan and some meat, and I'm always just like you are not a short order. Chef just make us all eat something. We all dislike. Right. And that's simplify your life lentils every night all box. The funny thing that you'll be like a you don't even like lentils. This is my great crime. You don't like lintels. I don't dislike Wendell's, I think he remembers once she served soup, and I was like I like this with navy beans better. And so she's like well cannot complaining winter difficult dad what a classic trope comes home for work. Throws his shoes everywhere or navy. I want navy. I didn't slave away for ten hours today in an office to come home to lentil putting food on the table. And so so tortilla chips, how does Kaitlyn what portion of her diet is made a tortilla chips? I wouldn't say she's even though she has talk about it. She doesn't like every vegetable is the problem. So we'll often try to serve vegetable side and she'll be like broccoli. No, thanks, or whatever it would about Brussels sprouts. I think she might actually like Brussels Brown about cauliflower cauliflowers iheart donkey to track no mushrooms, which is tricky delicious. Good. It took me a while to learn eat mushrooms. But one one of the kids doesn't like a spare. But I can't remember which one wonder is another thing with having one kid is you never have to remember, which one of my damn kids is the one who. Right. You're always like, whatever the annoying thing is probably her which one is really into Broadway musicals right now, which one is playing Minecraft online with this c-. Can't remember which one is making fun of me and the group chat with an emoji, whose meaning I don't understand probably my sixteen year old. What's amazing is that you really try to restrict his access to the internet and seem to be failing. As you try to put up seem to you comments limits, like a ten o'clock curfew or no phones at dinner. And then you just can't do anything. It's like Steve McQueen William Holden. He's going to keep trying to escape the camp. Like, no matter what you do. No matter what kind of kindly German officer, you try to paint. There has to be some kind of mechanism where you. Just shut down the wifi at a certain point. We have talked about this the problem. The problem with the option is like I want to. I don't I put food on the table all day deserve to scroll through social media from ten pm to one A M inclusive, you slave away all day scrolling through social media, you deserve to have some time off Caitlyn will often be having her just her gross, but meatless food dinosaur chicken nuggets that are not chicken or her Boca burger, which is I don't know. What we'll now have you tried this new meatless burger, the burger whatever the future listeners are appalled that we would eat the flesh of never ever ate a me. Terrible unsustainable thing we have done about the great music that the chickens made after we were gone and future links or like you killed all the best musicians you eight one hundred million Cosco rotisserie, chickens a week in your country. And you didn't realize that all they needed was to be handed, the amazing chicken instrument, and all of a sudden the music of this fears, we cut off their heads or their heads partway. Faces. 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I mean, in fact, speaking of Costco, and supermarkets food wastage just one of the great problems of our time. This is how we're going to get back to tortilla chips low. We should put all that wasted food into the anything into oil refinery. Yes, why not could cook it back down? Ten percent of all of the US food output. Every year is wasted in supermarkets and other twenty percent at home. So it just comes to the supermarket. And then it sits there for couple of days. It gets a little wilt on it, and I just hot it. And that's usually the problem it's often produce that still edible. But it gets tossed 'cause they know no one's gonna pick them the mango with the Brown spot or the kale. That's look on a little sad. So back when I was dating girls who flipped their bangs out of there is we used to actually dumpster die for that food and then supermarket started locking their dumpsters. I still have free and friends in Seattle who eat dumpster food, and they have a series of rule that can't be touching the side of the dumpster. That's. Or rule. Right. That's a commonsense. Real that's turning off your phone at ten. You don't you don't really wanna grab a bunch of meat out of there. Unless it's I don't know. I didn't wanna eat a bunch meet the problem is there's liability reasons that supermarkets petrified off. So that locked their dumpsters. And it goes beyond that, they will not even donate the stuff in a lot of states because I think there's only like six states that have regulatory they have laws in place to protect the supermarket. If something were to go wrong or to make it easy. At least for them to say. Hey foodbank hear some slightly Brown bananas. Do what you will. Do you donate to the food Bank because we do at my home. We take all of our canned goods that are a little bit old has a weird shaped carton of New England clam chowder in my car for about six months because it fell out of the car during a food Bank run. No, what has got it out. And I never sit in the back seat of my own carbon. Anytime somebody does they're like doing sadder. Clam chowder. I may be making a food Bank run on the way home today to end this ugly period of my life -absolutely had a box of food stuff in the back of my car for three months because I I went by and it was closed, and I was like, oh, I'll stop by there later just sat in the back. A lot of the food wastage at home is just people misreading, by the way, misreading used by dates or best buy dates, and they think oh, I better which is all fake, right? I mean, most used by dates or just some arbitrary. This is the year we tested the chili didn't go bad. We're legally covered now. Right. And it does not mean on day two after this. That's everyone gets botulism and the worst that normally happens is just that the food tastes a little tinny. I think that's probably right. I don't wanna give anybody food poisoning because they heard this. And we're like, oh boy, and they dug into whatever canned food is in the rubble. Well, there is a there is a listener to a lot of the podcasts that I do by the name of Don shaft ner who is a full professor of food safety science at Rutgers an F. And he often when I talk about food on line, and particularly because I like to eat old food. I like to kind of your your whole thing, you got some old food. I'll eat it and like to eat, and I put I put food in the fridge like leftovers and let it sit there for a while too for the flavors to blend and Don will always chime in and say, basically his premise is that every time you eat any food you're taking a certain amount risk because all food could be dangerous. But in most I feel like a daredevil now. Yeah. Like, I ate something just this morning, and I'm still here. But who knows where you are? But it could come at any time. Don says most food is in this perfectly acceptable risk category. You're probably not gonna get e-coli from from the romaine. But then as food gets older as it's been through, more interruptions, your risk increases. So you're hamburgers been sitting in the frigid refrigerator for a week is it fine. Probably what your chance, you know. He's just like roll the dice every time you put food in your mouth, but spending twelve twenty four hours barf is unpleasant enough that a lot of people would say, probably fine. And I'm gonna waste this food. Hamburger starts to smell. If you don't cook. It it gets that weird color. Also. Talking about this. I'm sure there are some squeamish future links who were like why are you even talking about hamburger about meet God, make your sample food and impossible burger cows. Are the most elegant dancers, and you murdered them in the tens of millions. I don't think cows elegant dancers, but future of different standard. The Bob Fosse Ahah. The future is making baking tap routines for giving your cows enough cocaine. That's it or cow cane. So their remedies to the supermarkets are kind of waking up to the fact that they were teens getting lousy grades this stuff. You can you can do things like whole crop purchasing where the supermarket tells the farmer, okay contracts to one hundred percent of the crop. And then they have to figure out what to do with the rest. The farmer does know the supermarket so and that just means that the farmer is not stuck with his thirty percent worst food and mulching it because it was not quite as pretty as other pineapple or whatever we'll speaking of mulching. I would think that the smoothie culture would have solved a lot of this problem because if a. Bananas brown. You just throw it in the blender and make a smoothie out of it. Nobody bananas Brown blender down yellow put it in your mouth fellow. So that's what's happening. Now. That supermarkets do a lot of more prepared foods. You can take the hamburger that's little dicey. And put it in tomorrow's Meatloaf in the food court. Can you can take the bananas and tomorrow's desert things. Sure and nuts actually wear. Our story begins. Fifty five. Disneyland open thanks to the influence of Mr. not and his berry farm, and suddenly as we said on that show, southern California became the American dream, particularly the American dream for every American under twelve. This is connected to the knotsberry story in that southern California is now America's vacation destination for every kid with Coon cat or Tinkerbell wand. Is that for both in some cases? I don't want to overly Byner is nineteen fifties America to the fifties. I was I was trying to I thought you were talking about now and thinking how many kids are wearing Coon skin cap says that come back. I'm just saying that before nineteen fifty five kids were not like we gotta go to California. We'll go to the beach, and yet, well, doesn't he very cleverly put this hour long for his park on every Sunday night on ABC. I loved that show went onto run for thirty five years on two different networks, and it was basically the old soupy sales joke where while it was like children till your parents to come to my park you need to come next summer. All. Your friends where be coming, and you will feel awful if you don't get to that's the subtext of pretty much everything. So kids are like we gotta go. We gotta go. We got all these parents who had never been anywhere near the southwestern part of the US are suddenly pouring into Disneyland being dragged by their appalling. Mickey Mouse club eared children. And then they're thinking, it's pretty nice out here. It's fifteen degrees below zero. Right. Exactly. So it becomes very appealing. And that kind of becomes, you know, this is the dream of America are warmer, kind of a utopian places. Also plays into our entry about the Los Angeles aquifer water supply. But. The founder of Fritos is Texas own Charles Elmer Dulan he wants to be the future of Tex-Mex food at Disneyland. By virtue of the fact that he is from earliest now owns a company headquartered in plain hours Antonio someplace and makes Fritos that delicious authentic Mexican food of frito. Can't I cannot countenance anyone talking saying single bad word about free. Extremely pro Fredo Fritos and Cheetos are my go-to and any kind of like additional flavor to those things is haram. Interesting. You want it to taste like corn? I want Fritos and Cheetos I do not want hot flavor or cool ranch flavor. Any kind of other thing. Well, we're going to have to talk about this entry about tortilla chips. Let's no for a second at Fritos and Cheetos are both made by Mr. Doolan you have him to thank. But he bought a recipe from somebody who is leaving. The Fritos recipe. Here's here's how you make Fritos. And here's a potato rising machine. Wow. Because Fritos are not tortilla chips. What what Trey what now key is? You don't make a tortilla. And then fry it to make Fredo. Okay. Fritos just corn meal that's extruded into a deep fryer. It's just it's just goof. Sure, it's like a group that you've squirted into oil, and you've made a it's a paste that you have made Fritos out of. So the extruder makes them into those little strips that curl up. And I think so I'm trying to picture how you would make that. And I'm sure it's something like the way you make golden grams shape and crunchiness, but but with the deep fryer, so those are headquartered in Texas, but they were made specifically for Disneyland. Audience know Fritos are already Fritos have been sold since the thirties. But Mr. Doolan tells Walt he would like to open a Tex Mex restaurant in frontier land, the cowboy themed part of enter which would be called custody Fritos, which is Spanish for. For house Frey health house of freedom. House of Fritos doesn't mean anything. Right. Fritos means fried for house of fried small fried small fry that'd be freaky. At the time frontierland had a kind of a French quarter looking place called New Orleans. I remember it. Well, not New Orleans square where where pirates of the Caribbean and haunted mansion are today. No, no, no. I remember from yield and time, but old timey frontier. Len how to kind of vaguely New Orleans looking so right next to where they did can cans and stuff. Yeah. Yeah. The golden horseshoe. Saloon is right there. I think brought to you by PepsiCo, which by the way, not yet merged with frito lay. There's those are separate companies Fritos does not merge, Pepsi until I think seventy eight maybe that's where they met they met in front. Three dozen Pepsi, but very different than we remember today. There's an aunt Jemima pancake house, right? Sambo's? Just to be clear. John is referring to an actual extremely racist branded diner Jane that existed in America, and maybe was Seattle origin. There were a couple of them here in Seattle and one of them. Now was one of them a long time ago was converted into like a grow shop. If you were doing hydroponic growing of orchids at your house and one of them, I think is Randy's diner right down here by the airport where we at the other day one of the Sambo's here in town. I believe had the kind of their classic architects where you'd have to walk through these grotesquely caricatured lips to enter the dare door enter the restaurant. It was a Sambo's up in Lake City too. I mean, they're low going that's the one their logo was a little like kind of awful picking any South Asian boy in a loincloth writing an elephant right because little black Sambo. We assume as an African stereotype that the book is explicitly said in India India there are Tigers. Right. Right. Right. Well, this is all very confusing. I don't know who's going to be most offended in the future. I'm sure it will be the dancing cows and the singing chicken, well, the dancing pry hate India already know, they love India. They love it. Doesn't eat beef. No. That's the first place. What am I saying felt safe and develop their dance dance, which is just walking slowly through the street blocking traffic, so they're possibly there was awful caricatured, branding on aunt Jemima pancake house, but right next door in frontier. Land was uncle Ben's rice House, Mr built his house of Fritos and a couple years later in moves to the other side of frontier line where there's still a Mexican place in Disneyland today, and it becomes kind of an old oldie Mexico's or looking faded adobe kind of place. Instead of the fo station look of New Orleans street the taco Bill. Exactly vegetarian Taco Bell Mexican architecture yoki hetero, Taco Bell. And there's wandering guitarists. There's white OC high school kids in Mexican garb trying to upsell you on and the menu is the finding is the menu is just tamales and a bowl of chili enchiladas. Everything comes with Fritos on the side authenticity is not a premium here. But here's the crazy thing. No one has ever seen this stuff before all these mid westerners pouring in Anaheim are like look at this. Honey, what what is it a tame mail, so taco Tex-Mex cuisine developed organically in Texas, but by Mexican food coming over the border and Texans saying leading Texas, let's extruded through thing. Nothing. The main thing this ain't been extruded Vicks enough. I have not mocking Texans, by the way except as an Alaskan. I'm entitled to mock Texans. I think we are not mocking tech. Anymore than any other regional American. I'm gonna start again. So a lot of people had not did not spread northward much. Like, it was it was a novelty food the same way tie would have been in the eighties or sushi in the seventies. Let me say the first couple of times I went to Europe you could not find Mexican food anywhere. I mean, it was not available anywhere. No chips. No. You couldn't go to a restaurant. And in fact, New York City only had as late as the early nineties only had one Mexican restaurant that I could think of in the nineties New York City was culturally famous the enemy of Mexican food. You remember those picante style New York City get a rope in no way, it was into the early two thousands. I think there was a there was a Mexican place on the Lower East Side. And then maybe one of those you know that thing where Indian food is just gross street food in London. But in America every Indian restaurant is like really nice dinner is always seventeen bucks. I think there was a Mexican place in New York that was like that like come in to custoday expensivo are dick Tura day. Wocka, here's a twenty eight dollars. Shrimp, taco. Yeah. I think you're right. But none of this existed. You you have to imagine America where nobody ate tacos as a snack. So people are just lining up for custody Fritos in frontierland. They cannot get enough of this stuff. You know, people are trying to sell you bags of Fritos souvenirs, it's very heavily Brandon. But here's the thing. They're selling talker sales tortillas, but Fredo does not make those there's a local Tamale wagon in Orange County called Alex foods, which is kind of grown into a Mexican food empire for a growing Tino population down there owned by Sonoran immigrant family called the morale. And I think it's still in business today as don't make L, which is a shirt big Mexican food outfit stuff. And they're the ones that are just pushed to the limit making enough taco shells and tortillas for custody Fredo other Mexican eateries. It turns out had been frying up unused taco cells tortillas for probably centuries. I'm sure somebody had decided that when one of these was getting a little old instead of wasting it. You could fry it up into our crispy, crunchy treat. Yeah. And in fact, ten years earlier, there's a specific Mexico. Deli in LA county, where somebody named Rebecca Webb Karonga kind of famously started selling these bags of she would fry the tortillas cut him into triangle shaped wedges, fry them up and sell a bag of them for a dime. Not covered with cinnamon sugar, but salty. Yeah. Yeah. Plane or possibly salty. So this is kind of in the culture, the fact that if you can this is what you might do with tortillas and apparently one day at CASA de Fritos cook does the same thing. He takes the leftover tortillas and fries them up and they're delicious. Somebody sees them a customer asks for them. Eventually it's a hit. It goes on the menu, even so there's a new crunchy chip like product at CASA de Fritos competing with Fritos, and nobody has told Fritos that there's this new hot kid on the block a minute. Is it Torino's? That's exactly what happened. Do you sell stuff online? Then you knew what a pain shipping can be. It's time consuming. It's expensive. It's a hassle until now. Introducing ship station, the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers, whether you sell stuff on Amazon Oetzi shop affi- or your own website with ship station, you can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard. Saving. You a ton of time. There's even an easy to use mobile app. So you always have access plus you'll save money was ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS, UPS, FedEx and more. So you can always choose the best carrier at the lowest rate for every package. 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Oh, oh, sure. And Alex cannot keep up with demand so freely eventually has to have their plants in Oklahoma, Alabama start turning out, tortilla tortilla products, just so they can fry them up into Doritos, and they're just playing he would have loved the original Doritos, I knew them. Well, so the first Doritos Ivy ever. -perienced were free Nacho cheese Doritos, which I'm sure you're going to get to nineteen seventy two, but I remember plane to re does and I loved them. I loved them. And when Nacho cheese Doritos arrived. My dad really liked Nacho cheese. And he would he started buying Nacho cheese. Doritos? I was like, no, no, no, get keep the original Doritos, and it became such that you couldn't even find originals wondering if you can still get original Doritos because they have toes-to-toes if you want to dip your Kip. There's a ton of products for that. So I have a little anecdote. That's what I want. If you can believe it. I was on the internet. And I tweeted this many years ago, I tweeted about torito's as you once did I wouldn't dare do it. Now, did you tweet at the band? No. I just said out loud to no one which was Twitter's sandbox style at the time. I said, I always loved original Doritos and then Nacho. Cheesed rita's swept in you know, like a play like the white writers from above the wall or whatever. And I can never find nice to read this is this is a classic old guy. Take by the way, it happened to play. These are two flavorful urban derb. And I was immediately replied to buy at Doritos who is searching for their own name as several times a minute. Yeah. And add thereto said you like older Reno's. And I was like, I do I famously like old food. It's kind of my thing. And they said what's your address and so- idea MD at torito's my address, and I came home two days later, and there was a box on my porch the size of a refrigerator, and I opened it up and there were fifty full-sized bags of various Doritos products, including old style Doritos, which maybe they still sell in in three markets. Yeah. We still need these for Belise Scott on and who knows several Louisiana parishes. But I was thrilled. And I took the ones that were like hot flaming dill ranch flavored Doritos chili lime. And every time. I went to a party. I would bring one of these bags of flavor Doritos that are just like energy drink culture Doritos red powder. And I became it was like a thing that when people would invite me to things they would say and don't bring those gross thereto. Eventually, I took all the grocery doesn't gave them around to people. And I'm sure they all are in the back of people's pantries even now, but that's my Doritos anecdote for the first five years of Doritos life. It was a plane chip it was it was for dipping in something. They're better. They're better than toasty. Does better than wrench are- does. And and Toledo's. So we think of Doritos Nacho cheese product. In fact, the first flavor in sixty eight was just taco flavor was just taco spice. Right. Right. Right. What kind of had that that CUNY taste of Taco Bell ground beef. Right. And then not cheesy seventy to eighty six cool ranch. And this is I think a big game changer in American culture. The idea that snack food as you say has to be this kind of bold code red mountain dew, extreme sports vibe. When you eat it. You should do that grimace that people do when they when they throw back a shot or something in a movie chip in your like mummies drunk. Because I don't think we had that idea that that food should be. I mean, obviously there were cultures that had spicy food. Flavorful, not all food was bland many parts of the world had flavor fuller, spicy food. But this was like just sheer intensity. This was like a normal food like cheese. But like, let's just concentrate it so much that your tongue kind of goes. We know I think it's related to the Jimmy Buffett is Asian of the south right during the Miami vice years there was that kind of can you eat this hot chili sort of sport food, right? And I don't blame Jimmy Buffett. But like the did a little bit. But you know, like he'd just is emblematic of that cold chain restaurant would've had a lot of very bold chicken wings. And seems like a thing. Like like, I remember going to a party where the whole point of the party was like can you eat these hot chilies? Remember when it crossed over into candy. And like this candy is so sour you're gonna hate it. Right. And then it'll be like this candy is ten times that other one you hate because it's deuce sour chili. That was so hot I barked. Wow. Yeah. And I don't know why it's not a thing that I wanted to do it was normally those kind of like hot rainforest Chili's. They would they would have on National Geographic. They'd be like, this is the hub. Habanero pepper only four people and today. You know, you go to any chain restaurant. It's like would you like some of our having arrow guacamole? Smashers whatever, right because foods gotta be I'll opinion poppers old guy Fieri is at all times. So that was the dawn of it. I guess I think Doritos Blake by realizing that not cheese them, then cool ranch and were out selling your dad's plain triangular, yellow triangles future. Ling's let me just say people in our time our monsters, and then somebody imagine a time traveler from the past imagine that Galileo or Marco Polo or somebody is finally here, and you give them just a regular extra bold cheese dorito, or whatever they take a bite like that's what I want. I want to picture of like old timey time, travelers faces someone who's just used to eating pigeon. Yeah. I'm a Queen. Elizabeth the first face as she liked fights into her first extra bold Tarita. I it's not great for our culture. There's something called the Hispanic treadmill where the more input in the more stimulus. You get the more of it. You need. Just to feel the same little pleasure because it's greasy. It's salty. It's crunchy. It's everything at one. And then also sour creamy. Yeah. It's too cheesy or or. Yeah. Yeah. Everything right. The only thing it's missing is. Sweet. Is there a sweet component to feel like salted caramel is kind of the no you should not you an American in the year of our Lord twenty nine thousand should not have to choose between, a salty treat and a sweet treat salty, caramel ice cream, and that Nawar have kettle corner, actually like it. But it's clear that it's like your palate is. You burned it out Donald treadmill. Is carried you so far you were about to zoom off the edge. And the only way you can feel anything now is to have both sweet and salty and possibly like sour cream and chives at once. Oh, yeah. Buttered egg noodles used to be enough for me. I would think about them all day while buttered eg noodles. So we're not ready for the collapse of civilization. Do we really think these bold flavor packets are going to survive people are going to be scouring the rubble for the top Rahman packet? So they can just. Four that on their tongue in and feel something of how it you have jeeze straight up my nose. All right. That's it. Kate hope you're listening. We did this show for you about torito's came from Disneyland Kaelin. This was a show tailor made for you. And I hope that you enjoyed it. And we promise not to do any shows that Dillon likes. We're gonna ask your brother, what kinds of topics he would hate to here on the show. And then we're going to do those anytime we mentioned Dylan from now on we're also going to mention cable, we're gonna keep eight years of receipts of how much each of you light each of these shows, and we're gonna make sure it's within twenty. I hope that when I come to visit your house and have dinner at your home. You remember to greet me and say, Hello, John. Thank you for the nice podcast. Hello mister Roderick. Hello, Mr. artery. Thank you for the nice podcast about Doritos. They came from Disneyland. I haven't been around your kids enough that they call me uncle, John. What do you think if we is that what you want? I mean, it's maybe a little too late. They're they're any kids. Call you John? No, no. I I really I feel like uncle John is where I. I should've been live. Yeah. You should be a kid's TV host after school TV host. If that was the thing anymore. John's fun and cartoon our I do have a niece who calls me on key. But she's like thirty eight now. So I feel like it's a little ironic. Okay. Kitten Dylan, this is this is dad and uncle John signing out. That's after ten please turn off your devices. And that concludes tortilla chips entry one three two zero dot GM four two two six certificate number four to seven to nine in the of us. Future. Ling's in the unlikely event that social media still exists in your air. Speaking of Donna treadmills boils, a little I need a little more dopamine. From seeing another vacation photo it used to be fun. Just to say nothing into the air and get a reply from dorito. I like playing does. Now, you have to say, Alexa. I liked playing torito's. Don't don't she's going to say something didn't happen. This time. We're on Alexa, armed room right now. He's gonna fister playing the bunker. Now has Alexa. Ed it accidentally starts playing Doritos music. Like, I found torito's my on Spotify. You want d'esposito? I do feel I do feel strongly that you're right. We have were on the head on a treadmill for feel more stuff all the time. And so what will future links be experiencing? It'll just be electrodes connected to their genitals. And everytime. That's the show. I'm a series of pulses you received your genitals. Ones and zeroes. But in the form of when you ring the bell so much that's a real. That's a wavelength. You don't get a otherwise. That's right. You can go see our. Social media museums joke at at omnibus project and go hang out with Ken at Ken Jennings. And hang out with me at John Roderick. Great times, we are to the only people on the internet that are not trying to make you feel bad with every post. We're not even trying to get free stuff from freeway anymore. I, you know, one of the first tweet storms I ever did was I was mad at Firestone because the manager of the local Firestone that tried to fix my dad's car did a bad job. And then he was like the wrong sort of obsequious he was like passive aggressively obsequious. And so I tweeted like Firestone is bad and then Firestone replied to me. And I was so mad at their little obsequious reply that I was like Firestone and I did all day long. It was just like buyers Doda. Know they're going to kill you with their bad tires. I don't remember early tweet storm days, and I still Firestone. I think I made myself a lot matter that I was you can't go into fires. They have your picture there are I think there's a black Mark next to me in Hilton hotel. Register higher phone Harvey Firestone himself will. Did you Hilton? Oh, I do tweet storm against the crystal city Hilton in Washington DC so much that they came to my room and knocked on the door. Please do not do this within the hotel and said kit will you answer the door. We would like to discuss this with you. And I and so I was tweeting. They're thugs at my door. Never said have been like here in room Teno nine which has not been clean. Well, yeah. And I was making this all this stuff like their blood. There's blood on the walls. And so when I left the hotel like snuck out through the service elevator and through the kitchen and out the back door, and I was tweeting the whole way, but you're still in the wilds of crystal city to walk two hours to get back inside the dully. So I so I still feel like when I check into a Hilton. They give me the side. I said this before but my streak is intact of never having used Twitter for customer service. Really? You never have said Delta Airlines respond to my thing. We've been on the tarmac for twenty minutes at Delta Airlines. And it's so tempting tempting I don't do it anymore. But I was I was an early adopter of tweets dorm. Not and the thing is I never invented in the future, you're going to be most famous for that for tweets, a statue of you like shaking, your fist, and it'll be like John Rodrick pictured yelling at a brand hash after the bash. The thing was Hilton ended up offering me like three nights free Hilton. I I never took any product except for Doritos. But I was never like I never said. I never acquiesced. I was I always would be tweet their crap offer and say this look at you trying to buy your way out of this trouble. There's an old joke about a gun and Trey and trying to get two free ice cream and the train does not have to the ice cream. No matter how much requested rents raised and finally at the end, they stop and get the guys to get the guys something runs into town to get the tutti Frutti ice cream and they finally presented to him after hours demands. And he says I'd rather have my grievance. And I feel like that's probably you. That was me. I'd rather have my green much rather. Like Mark next to my name than three free nights. You can come see me be this difficult and curmudgeonly on my Instagram account. You can put a put a face to a name, and you can Email us both. But only Ken will redeem at the of us project at gmaiLcom Email us with your suggestions for shows and desperate John, and I will start using your your show suggestions rather than steel can two years, your ideas, like frozen water. The number fourteen. Have you ever really thought of ants? Also, go to our Facebook page, the honorable future lanes where people mostly have good time. Sometimes they get into disagreements with one another kind of fun being just a little sister. Watching them just to watch them kind of poke each when they're having fun, Kenan. I normally don't reply, but when people get all like up on it every once we have to kind of lower ourselves out of the flying saucer and be like people have earth. Yeah. We'll swing in and Ken will say something funny. And generally when I get on there. I am just indignant about something some accusation that I feel specious can I go how dare you? And then I remember don't do that. They can't see me shaking, my fist, please mail us things that like, for instance, when your grandfather dies, and you're going through his affects and you find something cool that you think I don't really need this old medallion or pair of sunglasses all bomber jacket. Yeah. You can mail that stuff to us at PO box five five seven four four shoreline. Washington nine eight one five five listeners speaking to you from the distant past this is the time before the EM people's that maybe wipes out all sensory input. It all and returns earth to its natural preordained state of blandness, good Lord intended. Maybe all cool ranch. We'll be the first thing to go when beans would stick their preposterous out of their mouth to tastes know, a thing that has no taste. Also, I think this is a nose, right? Are you imagine a future king their nose out of their mouth like an alien with with another little alien head inside their alien, John has we do we stick our provost guy out and collect snow up our nostrils, we have no idea how long our civilization will survive before the treadmill? Either pushes us into an endless state of Justice bliss or. Returns us. Tune attorney of blameless we hope and pray that whatever the task for us. It will pull off. Never come. But if the worst comes soon recording all other final were. Providence allow we hope to be back with you soon for another entry in the on the. For more podcast from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Are you following your passion? I'm Carla Marie the host of side Hustler's. 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Eliza Ann Gardner born - May 28, 1831

This Day in History Class

06:58 min | 8 months ago

Eliza Ann Gardner born - May 28, 1831

"The class of two thousand twenty deserves a proper sendoff which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey lot of things. We will never injury. Pit Bull guys a generation go. Change the World Becky. G Cashew and many many more check out. Commencement the podcast out. Now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcasts. With a special DORITOS Valedictorian episode. Where Doritos takes graduation? Speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition assistance in sharing their speeches with the world. Hi I'm marris host of the trend reporter a new podcast from radio you know me from TV. Where I cover any and everything as a four time Emmy Award winning journalist in my new podcast. The trend reporter. I'm putting my reporting skills to work in the world of beauty and wellness. I'm talking to fashion. Stylists makeup artists influencers health experts and more to find out everything you WanNa know about the trends. You should know listen to the trend reporter on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. The stain history class is production of iheartradio pay. I'm eaves and welcome to this day in history class. A podcast where we bring you a little slice of history every day. I hope you all are still faring. Well I am faring. Well I am still in my closet. Everything is going great and I am so happy to still be bringing you all episodes with that fit on with the show. Today is may twenty eighth at twenty twenty? The Day was may twenty eighth eighteen. Thirty one abolitionist and religious leader Elisa. An was born in new. York Gardner is remembered for founding the Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Garner's family likely became involved in the Ame Zion Church when they lived in New York but when Elisa was young the family moved to Boston where Elisa was raised anti slavery circles in Boston. Her father became a ship contractor. The family lived in the mainly Black West. End Neighborhood in their home was a stop on the underground railroad. A network of routes and locations that enslaved people used to escape to free state in Canada because of this to us acquainted with figures like sojourner truth. Harriet Tubman and William Lloyd Garrison. Once you left school. She supported herself through just making and joined church. Abolitionist circles Gardner became a Sunday school teacher and she became Sunday School Superintendent for Boston. She organized the First Zion Missionary Society in New England at her church the society which later became known as the Ladies Home and Foreign Missionary Society raised money to send missionaries to Africa as Black methodists debated women's role in the Church and Missionary Fundraising Gardner weighed in on the question. She said the following at the eighteen eighty four. Amu Zion general conference. I come from old Massachusetts where we have declared that all not only men but women too are created free and equal with certain inalienable rights which men are bound to respect. She went on to say that women would continue to support the church if it's male leaders supported and respected them. She said quote if you commenced to talk about the superiority men if you persist in telling us that after the fall of man we were put under your feet and that we are intended to be subject to your will. We cannot help you in New England one bit in addition to her activism in a Church. She was also in secular clubs. She was a founding member of the women's Era Club of Boston. The first Black Women's Club in the city. She was associated with temperance organizations and in eighteen. Ninety five she started as chaplain at the First National Conference of the Colored Women of America. A conference organized by publisher and Civil Rights Leader Josephine saint-pierre Ruffin the National Federation of Afro American Women which was organized during the conference merged with other groups to become the National Association of Colored Women. In one thousand nine hundred. Six in one thousand. Nine hundred Gardner was featured as an honored guest at the organization's biennial convention in one thousand nine Garner founded the Butler Club of the Boston. Ame Zion Church. She remained president of the Organization for more than a decade and she continued to fundraise for the Church's missionary. Society Gardner died in Boston in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. 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Qualy #80 - The four pillars of charity: water that helped it overcome the stigma of nonprofits and become successful

The Peter Attia Drive

11:44 min | 1 year ago

Qualy #80 - The four pillars of charity: water that helped it overcome the stigma of nonprofits and become successful

"Welcome to the qualities a subscriber exclusive podcast qualities. Just shorthand slang playing for a qualification round. which is something you do? Prior to the race just a little bit quicker qualities podcast features episodes that are short. And we're hoping for less than ten minutes. Each which highlight the best questions topics tactics etcetera disgust on previous episodes of the drive. We recognize many of you as new listeners. To The podcast may not have have a time to go back and listen to every episode. Those of you have already listened may have forgotten so the new episodes of the qualities are going to be released Tuesday through Friday and they're going to be published exclusively in our private subscriber. Only podcast feed now occasionally. We're going to release quality episodes in the main fee. which is what you're about to hear now if you enjoy these episodes and if you're are interested in hearing more as well as receiving all of the other subscriber exclusive content which is growing by the month you can visit us at PTA DOT com forward slash subscribe without further delay? I hope you enjoy today's quality. What I think is elegant about it? The way you've done is you've literally separated. The financial stream they get audited separately. Yeah different numbers. That is so brilliant fungible now that is so brilliant and we took it a step farther than robinhood. 'cause I just I I love like black and white before and after like I. Just don't do well with gray so I said well we're going to be out there. That's what is the theme of Your Life. You do not. Despite the fact that you're sitting the gray sweatshirt right now. Do not do well in gray. So you'll like this. I say well I keep up. They're talking about one hundred percent unless we also pay back all the credit card fees so from day one and to this day if you went online right now you pulled out your American Express and you go to Charity Water Not Oregon. You give a hundred bucks amaxades three percent of you got it so I get ninety seven but what did you give give one hundred to what you expect one hundred dollars to go to the field so in the other bank accounts and I can talk about. How do that later? And all the trials in that but we actually payback that three dollars and we send your hundred dollars intended hundred dollars the field so that was pillar number one pillar number two was then when you have two bank accounts I just realized okay. We've just created a non fungible non black black hole scenario. So why can't we use technology to track these dollars as they go out and just show people where they landed so if we were going to build a well in Malawi we you know we could say your money went here or to Bangladesh or to India or to Cambodia or to Bolivia and I lucked into meeting Google Google Earth founder when I was starting Charity Water Amendment of conference and they were building google earth and Google maps and I just realized I was going to be able from day one into Geo locate every water project using their free platform and all it was going to cost me was fifty dollar hand-held. GPS devices. I think they were Garmin device. At the time you could go buy a best buy and we would be able to fund a water project that help people get clean water turn on a GPS device. Take a picture of the. GPS take a picture of the the project and then uploaded and say this is proof that we'd be able to see a satellite image of your well so if one hundred percent was the first pillar proof then became the second pillar improve would look very different in many different ways. All we would have hopefully myriad ways of being creative and connecting people to what their money did. The third thing that I wanted to do differently was I wanted to. I wanted the brand to feel unlike any other charity that fight ever encountered. I wanted to build an epic brand a beautiful brand and an inspiring brand and when I saw most charities charities I saw marketing didn't want any part of a shame guilt and almost toxic marketing. And you may remember commercials from the eighties and the nineties with Sally. struthers flies the land on the kids faces in a slow motion up and lock their sad is the camera. And then the eight hundred number slowly creeps across the screen and you get and you give out of you give out of like shame. Often Org guilt for feeling that you're in. You're comfortable living room in these kids in Africa. Flies crawling on their face and that is so amazing that you brought that image like I remember the commercial you're talking about. I would've I would've never pulled that out of my the recesses of my brain had you not mentioned that that's literally thirty five forty years. I just went and watched him recently APP to make sure that they were as bad as I remember me. They're worse so to me. The vestiges of shame and guilt and even the the language by the way this this this is still pervasive today. The language giving back. This is unhelpful. If I snatched the MIC from in front of you you know you'd say give it back as if I've taken it from you and the language implies will have re pillaged plundered to such extent we should i. I throw a few scraps back to the poor to give a little back that we've taken and it implies giving out of debt or obligation listen all unhealthy things without I come across a quote by Net Christoph in the New York Times and he said toothpaste is being peddled with far more sophistication than all the world's lay saving causes charity brands suck Doritos. We'll spend hundreds of millions of dollars cleverley marketing stuff that kills us in our children but the most important life saving humanitarian efforts often heaven anemic brands or they guilt and shame people into giving to them and by the way this comes back in some way way too the overhead problem and this is sort of one of the challenges in the nonprofit world that I think is really toxic. which is we have this belief that we shouldn't be able to pay people in a nonprofit talent should be free? People should be willing to work for under market. The reason Doritos can sell doritos. Like you can't imagine the reason they can push push these things on. You is not just because while they taste great. It's because they can afford the best talent to figure out how AB test all of these different things. And and I think a lot of nonprofits haven't really figured out that there is a bit of a war for talent and nonprofits are generally losing it in a big age demographic and and my experience nonprofits can do a really good job getting really young people fresh out of college. Who wants some experience before going to Grad school and they can do a pretty good job getting you know really talented? SORTA graybeards that. Are you know at the end of their careers and looking to quote unquote give back it with respect to time. But it's pretty tough to get an ultra talented forty-year-old rolled to go into a nonprofit when the alternative for many people even those who are mission driven is to go and serve a mission in four prophets setting person not for profit setting absolutely absolutely and that that is a real challenge. Even to this day now giving examples we had posted a job for receptionist at a charity water recently. Thirteen nine hundred people applied. So that's great young real young talent pool. But you're right. The executive hires have been have been much harder than people like their charity. People poor and Dan has been fighting this for a long time. He no joke all the time that even now forty three years old. I've got a wife. I've got kids. I could drive a sixty thousand dollar Toyota and not a twenty thousand our reseda because the perception about the cost of the current totally happy with China. What's the big the Toyota? highlander right. I gotTa have like load that thing up. I could probably have seventy thousand dollars Toyota SUV or GMC but not a twenty four thousand dollars BMW. W He's reaching that's why we were even talking about the watch on the. I'm not wearing a watch today. All this stuff matters you know. The perception becomes reality. So okay let me go back. Just to abbots of the brands are brand would feel different. It would be imagine if inspired behold based the last analogy. I JUST WANNA make. I think Nike is such a great analogy. If Nike not where a bad old charity their marketing might go like this. Hey Peter you're fat and you're lazy turn off the TV. Put away the junk food. What you go for a run once you exercise now instead of fire stuff? Yeah NASA Nike for years has been telling inspirational. Stories of people. Overcoming adversity overcoming impossible. Odds Right Nike believes that. If you've lost your legs you can complete a marathon over the finish line. You know you. You lost your arm. You can still be a shot-putter Fred. I mean they for years have said we believe there's greatness within you and then you wanna buy shoes and then you want that symbol next year heart. That says you know just do it because as the company believes that about you in the marketing so charities. You don't do that so we wanted ours to be like. We believe you have a mind and blowing capacity for compassion for empathy. We believe your capacity to be deeply generous and to extend your arm arm across an ocean and help people. You don't have to help you. Don't have a debt or obligation to help but you can end the suffering because you choose to and and you'll be blessed in the process and you might even find yourself redeemed in the process of moving from selfishness and accumulation to helping others so there there was a lot of soft stuff I mean now I have language two years later but I just want to feel very different. I wanted to feel like Apple Virgin and have a personality and have a brand and then the fourth pillar was I was not gonNa send anybody that looks like some white guy from New York City to Africa to go drill or to India or to Southeast Asia. I believed in my travels. Just what I'd seen in banana in Liberia and Uganda and Kenya traveled around. Looking for water. Partners is believed that for the work to be sustainable. AINABLE and culturally appropriate. It had to be led by the locals so our job would be to find the local organizations who could go and build these water projects our job would be to scale them. Maybe by them more drilling rigs or trucks or help them higher the hydrologist. They need but they would be the ones getting the credit I just. I love that idea that that are role could be. Let's raise awareness for this important issue. Let's build a movement of people who say we can will bring clean drinking water to everybody on the planet and let's raise money as efficiently as possible and his transparently as possible and then let's have all the work be done by the locals leading their communities and their countries forward and I hope you enjoyed today's qualley. Now sit tight for that legal disclaimer. This podcast is for general informational purposes. Only and does not constitute the practice of medicine listen nursing or other professional healthcare services including the giving of medical advice and note. No doctor patient relationship is for the use of this information. Russian and the materials linked to the podcast at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Diagnoses or treat users should not disregard or delay entertaining medical advice for any medical condition. 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Episode 130: Latinos Who Catch Up (Part 2 of 2)

Latinos Who Lunch

1:01:29 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 130: Latinos Who Catch Up (Part 2 of 2)

"Hi, this is five eighty five. This is Bob illegal, and we are Latinos, the podcast we talk about important things like. Hello. Oh, good show. Glad happy, pry. Can show our all you whites doing out there celebrating pride? And I know I'm just kidding. Is it still June? I don't even know in this gonna come out. I wound pride was such a great June. Remember gay people don't remember, don't forget, gay people exists, all year round, y'all. He got an even the moment you know what's great in Las Vegas, they do pride in October because they too hot right now. Yeah. So that's marts come to Tober and celebrate with all your favorite ghouls. I. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How are you? I want to talk about what you're eating. Oh well right now. Well, if you listened last week, you know, we didn't we're doing a back to back, Gwagwe Kucha episode and where we talk about whatever. And so I just took a little break and decided to get some torito's, spicy Nacho and an orange Gatorade, because I got to, you know, keep my electrolytes up gotta gotta get my energy up. Remember my Cussing Chelsea's and is okay. So shout out to her, because she just sent my sister, but I'm eating them this bag. Of the rita's, the Avalos, okay from Mexico and you talked about this. I don't even the podcast berry. No. You made art about this. They've already the ethos levity already those. Boone, though, it's fucking incredible. Back in the day. They had this duty does impulsive oil. What does that? I don't know. Like I don't like it was just Pisces so amazing. And you can't find it any anywhere. So the new version of the simple, civil are the avenue and that's the shit. They're eating right now. And it is amazing. They're not the same. These are like the toned down version of the spicy here in the states is not the same. I can Mexico. You know, I've had to read those from across. I into a wear anytime. I travel anywhere. I get to read those and now my friends that are world travelers will buy dri does, and bring them for me. My shot Christie, one of the Gurdeep Supremes shrivels the world literally travels the world flight attendant, and she was just in South Africa. And she brought me back to rito. They were fine. They're sweet. They're invest spicy. But all yeah, they get it to the British rose. Yeah, British people y'all your trash, they're so bad. Oh, you had the Riedel's in United Kingdom. Yeah. Yeah. And every time I go to anytime I go to London. You know what I couldn't find torito's and in Germany, what I didn't find a knee there. There. There's. It didn't go to any grocery stores, I guess, but I'm sure they have they have somewhere. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I couldn't find in, in, in anywhere in Chicago except for one stores on? I mean it's not the readers, but they call those. Oh my God, the round ones. No, no, no. Those are those had said, oh, no. They're square. They just called entity. Does I is like a cheap boatlet tastes at the Riedel spicy, which I don't know. It's fucking good. But I cannot find him anywhere. So listen. So, yes. Linda's I started this obsession, you mentioned that in pats up Assode when I was in when I was in Mexico like three or four years ago. I don't know when I went, and I collected all the Doritos that I could find because they had so many variety many, they had the three DS the head the roulette. Do you know the roulette never had them, but you know what it is? So the roulette Doritos roulette out, there are the regular Doritos. Bag. Yeah. But then they put in randomly like three or four that are Hella spicy like too spicy. So it's like a rash of Russian roulette. Here's the pass the background seem like it's if you pay attention, though. Hot tip, the, the seasoning, you is a little different. So you can kinda tell there's like a little green Fleck in it. Then you just have to ritual looking. That's why. Got to look, but it's pretty similar have to really pay attention. It's fun. Pizza are also really good flavor into mazing, the dorito flavor is really awesome. So I don't buy the readers because if I buy a big bag you eat them. Look to us. This. Look in the same thing I wanted to until so bad. And I finally found him and I was like, no, I'm gonna eat them Joe. And I keep thinking about it. I went to this like small store in Pelson. And I asked the guy in the guys, they're Greek, and she's like he's like, I'm going to buy them for you. So you can have like dome by them, 'cause I'm gonna be buying them all the time. And finally fucking I'm gonna get a big back method Wickham with also Govett toilets pinches children. Teddy does, so I stay away the raiders the same. But when I go to my sister's house, I go directly to the kitchen because she always has fucking the riddles so good. Yo there are staple in my house, too, and my family's homes. So listen to this. I shouldn't say because I was gonna be hypocrite like two months from now. But I'm cutting back on eating chips because dangerous lists. So since for years ago, this is why people I'm trying to tell you, okay? When you come to my house, I actually had. Friends come to my house and. I think they understand me better. When I say this like I'm not a hoarder. I'm literally collecting things to make our out of things. So I'm not just collecting trash. It's personal. I'm collecting materials. Yes. Okay. You're all about material culture. Yes. So I have been collecting every torito's bag from every Doritos that I have consumed sense for five years ago. Right. So I have hundreds at this point. Maybe not hundreds scores of those bags. No probably around one hundred dollars bags from around the world. And so I've been thinking into what I do, don't, don't get grossed out, everybody. I could hear some people being grossed out. Eat the Doritos, obviously all wheel. Yeah. And I cut them, and then I cut the bags fillet them open. Basically. Yeah. So like a big rectangle, and then I clean it like I washed the inside so that there's no grease on them. And then I fold them up and just put him in a box. So I just have these, like neat folded packs. Okay. It's not like there's like dirty torito's banks in my room. Okay. And so I'm making an our peace with them as some point or Urano already started making nice. And so, I learned how to so recently. Making. I mean it's not really a quilt. It's just like a patchwork because it's not going to have that I get it's not going to have like padding in the middle is just going to be one side. It's just gonna be with Doritos bags and so, so comforting. And so. Yeah. There, I'm gonna make them the size of my bed, so that I can actually like, put it on my bed be the size of it and have a Queen size mattress. So it's gonna be a Doritos quilt for a Queen. You gotta show that with a whirlwind is ready. I will just kind of a personal project. I don't know if I'll ever show but so I've collected Doritos bags and I think year ago, I just started collecting every package from any processed food that is chip related. So I so I also have every single package of chip bag that I've collected. So I'm making is different. So I'm gonna make a Doritos quilt strictly. Rados. Yeah. As a commentary of again like I talked about last week with the globalization of Mexican culture, you know. Right. And like Khuzdar Ito's kind of along the same line, as Tex-Mex American food. That people think is like Mexico. And perceptions of yes. So the NBA torito's, quote, I, there's going to be Guatemala, quote with all the chips and Gabby my cousin Gabby eight and what the my LA. And then there's going to be a just a chips quilt process food quilt. So does this have to be food back? You eat or like people are sending, you know, these are the Doritos, some of the Doritos collected on those, there's some people send me my shot to t my friend. He brought me a bag from Japan by even have a Doritos back from Japan. He's on. So there's a Doritos quilt that will be FU Doritos that I've eaten, personally and collected. And people have sent me the Guatemala quilt, because, you know, quotes are a lot of people do quilts based on memory commemoration of someone or an event or something. It's part of that category. Material culture, people say it's full card. Yeah. So it's like a I saved all the chips that me and Gabby eight in, in what the modeling what the Marla, and then the other bag is almost like the other quilt is documentation of shit that I'm eating which is really discuss. Sting that quill? And I think that quill is just going to be ongoing like I'm just gonna keep adding to it. So I'd like to show how discuss like, is an extension of your videos? Your, it's so crazy fucking bags. We use. Yeah. And I'm not even like an environmental bitch like that. Like I don't really give a shit like I'm going to die in a couple of years. So it's like we all going to die. So, but he oh, like this is like my lar- these bags are gonna last like five years, at least right? There's like floating around. So I think that's interesting. Yeah. My show it somewhere someday. I like having this project and it doesn't look like the regular shit that I make so. That's also really getting it make. But it makes sense. It's an extension of where you work. I mean it doesn't look like that. But essentially, what you do. And I love sewing, and I love it. I feel like I'm I feel like a grandma when I do. It just feels so empowering able to use this machine. And like I was just so afraid of using it because I just didn't know how to use it, and I'm like, wait. I could just Google this, and so there so you to for air. They shout out to my friend, Amanda Browder who's amazing artists that collect covers buildings and fabric. Yeah. And so I went to a couple her workshops and learn, and then to learn, and then one of my friends came to visit me a few months ago from from Portland, Maine. And they make quilts their quilter so they taught me how to use shot to Justin. They taught me how to use the machine that, that, that I have at the house, because, of course, I have a sewing machine because I didn't know it away, even though isn't using it, because I'm not a hoarder. I just know that I'm going to use the things eventually. In your room and you end up Joe's that show at the Barrick museum of art at UNLV. Everything your room. It's fucking clean. So much of it. So it's been really great just kind of like working on, on my own stuff. What am I why are we talking about that? Okay. There's a dorito you're getting to read us. And so I actually have been cutting back on buying shit that has that kind of packaging. Yeah. Just because I see how much I consume. Right. It's, it's, it's a thing. I try really hard to my favorite things are the Riedel's and coke got called. And I it was one day where I had to decide because I remember going to school, full time and working time when I was down there grad, so it was leaving my house at eight and coming back home and lemon PM like that every fucking day in what kept me alive. It was the Reito's Pepsi's and coffee, and got to a point where Lipsey 'cause this studio. Cuffy hookah. You're right. The shadow. I just wanna give a big shout out to the east Las Vegas library, recording right now in a bad ass recording studio. Gorgeous like God. Shit as padded lake. Juju be okay. Like the facilities here are incredible. They have like a whole DJ setup. Like, I don't know the words you can learn anything. Yeah. If you wanna make sure music record, I guess, so this what we're in right now is like the recording studio, and they have green screenwriter. Yeah. Crazing so you can do videos out there. And like a lot of kids are recording their own original music in here. So, I think in the afternoon we have to leave soon because there's going to be these kids that have started a rap group that are coming in here to lay down tracks, and that's cool. Oh my God. And this is in my old hood, y'all like on twenty eighth street on the east side like what a fucking cool, it is going to full time this here. I like to remain positive, or, you know, we're also critical, but I also want to mention that they did close down the downtown Las Vegas library and built this, so you're not off the hook Las Vegas library district like y'all shut down a whole last library open Cashman center to open this one. So, yes, thank you for this. But what happens all the people downtown in the hood over there? Right. At lost their library. Whereas there goes to show you like they're so little money for like shed for the community. They will they're building a fucking stadium for the radio. Yeah, yeah. There. How many billions of dollars on that fucking stadium several several billions? Anyway. Shout out to Las Vegas library. Thank you for having us here perfect. All my gosh. Oh my recommendation because girl this has been okay? It's library related. Okay. So down girl. I know. All right. Well, let's take a little break and then come back and we can talk about bullshit. Again. Let's do. Deleted shish. Today's episode is brought to you by the original image gone on east as 'art in lesson our Novia either. If we kick only way, less car Nitto simply is because that's a knows achilles h. And those are bomb. They taste like that. I could smell them and they smell fantastic ya'll. They're really good. Yeah. 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Because I went to I've been all over. I've been all over the south west and people always take me to like the best Mexican restaurant when they come a plate and I didn't get a why people go wild overly, no mature on until I had like the equivalent of gun, right? In different cities. And in different cities in Texas. You know, after having the, you know, these like icon IQ these meals that these Connick places. Yeah. Mike. Yo it does it actually does not compare you to Africa nettled planet. So anyway, I just went off on a tangent there, Lena. Mitchell is awesome. And it's offering all of our listeners twenty five percent off of their meal. So just say, hey, I'm only. I'm a Latinos who alleged listener, and they should be like oh, wonderful, what you get the lunch discount, and tip your waitress or waiter. Well, hashtag Nosair Mozambique, commodities on the only have servers there that are men, which is interesting who can interview have had and Stephanie about that. Anyway. Yet, Linda Mitchell gone. Save water drink Margaritas, deleted, sh-, and we're bags so not too long ago. I sell some epic. Motherfucking pictures videos, o of some. I'm gonna say you was Kingston yet, but I have. Can you tell me more Joe? Okay. Listen than to listen. So my grandma told me a long time ago. She's like Justin. I'm just going to be honest with you from where from a place in Mexico called. Guerrillas Durango, right Coletta's, if you don't know where that is. And if you're against an, you know, exactly where it is what up by. Oh so anyway, Lubango Mexico is pretty north, and it's a high desert, a lot of people actually a lot of the western bullshit that you're watching right now. It was it was shot in the high desert of Mexico, so we can love John Wayne. Everybody in Bengal loves John, Wayne, because he was like, always, where they filmed fucking ingesting a whole 'nother thing, okay? Anyway, people from the Nongo known, especially from Caras are known for being party animals. And we're also known for being I'm just going to say. If there's family listening, whatever I'm sorry, they're show offs, like they like to show off, and they like to one up each other. Right. So when it comes to weddings when it comes to Kim says that is the perfect opportunity more extra. That is the perfect opportunity to show up and show out. Okay. And this isn't a negative thing. I love this, my family, I will say my family show to the fellas in Las Vegas. They know how to party and, and I see it as love, you know, like, anytime there's a little get together. It can't be a little even if they try even if it's somebody's birthday. She's like, is it? We're just gonna do pasta Lito Canosa, and we show up to the house, and there's a fucking mariachi. Shooting guns in the backyard. Like there's somebody killing a chicken. You know, like we just we just can't just do regular shit, right? Like, what are you talking about? Like, what are you talking about? You. Wanna birthday check ET's. Are you kidding? We're going to bring a whole fucking bond that, you know what I mean you're going to bring the whole like like the robots check each Easter. You're actually. Oh, you want Chucky cheese. Oh I got you. I'll break your. Yeah. Yeah. Y'all might remember my cousin Leah and ankle can little from episode awhile back called the youths, we did with them. And there were so cute. And little and now Elliot's fifteen years old, a grown woman, and so actually flew back from Houston early, so that I can make it because my, my are opening was supposed to be on the day of hurricanes, but they moved it up one day, so I could leave see 'cause this is epic. And so I had made the being at for her birthday for the Kingston Yeta. A couple of weeks before I left. So it was already done. And. So that was the first thing that I found out contacted me months ago because she's already responsible at all and knows that I'm busiest fuck. Yeah. So she was like, Justin, I want you to make my final. And you will always be the person that made her kids. That's fucking huge. I know now because I made this on everybody's like, I guess, and maybe you can like, oh here we go. No shade. I'm not making nobody else, spin yet, the like Leah's my fuck and favorite cousin. I'm not gonna make it for anybody else. Okay. So. Lia is an incredible girl. And she is, you know what it just shows, you good parenting shut down. Daddy are the amazing. They're the most amazing parents, who ever the kids are just so well behaved tonight. And I mean, not even that they're just so smart. And just like again, I don't mean to be offensive, but these kids, they are raised very well off right. Like they have a really great life because their parents fucking bus are asked, like, yeah. My telly works and casino. My dog runs many market. You know what I mean? And they have a beautiful home and I, I guess, I've never seen kids grow up that in that nice of an environment with two loving parents, but until also have street smarts, right? These kids have street-smart that'd be good. They spent a lot of time in Mexico, as they go to Mexico and their parents show them the real world. Right. Because they know where they came from, and that is so important, like my uncle has them in the mini market in north Las Vegas. You know like. Right. And you know I love that. I love that about them. So there's no one in the world that deserves a keen like the one that I saw for like this past weekend, then a lien. She deserves. So I was a mad. You know, usually I roll my eyes that shit like this. But I'm like, yes, she deserves. Do let me tell you. What these motherfuckers did. Okay, dude. What happened to Kingston yet it was wild. I was on an episode of member that show my super Sweet Sixteen. Yes, it was like that. Okay. Good. So I show up. And I'm like I dressed in my, I just wear all black initially for everything. So I just like I got to put a suit on, like I can just show up in a in a my skeleton this uniform. So I put a suit on black and I bought it for Keane, says and funeral so so excited. And so he does. Oh, yeah, weddings. I try not to go to weddings. So we show up to the, the venue, and it is this gorgeous venue. And they had set up a giant like Zibo in the center of these two. Big spiral staircases that go to a second floor hind, it, it's by the airport, big venue, by the airport, your Vegas, and there's a big LED screen or LCD, whatever's green behind. I least twenty feet tall is like a giant sign. Yeah. And it just had a Leah's portrait. I. And, and you walk in you sat down and then the court was at least fifteen kids, so continued, as I mean, you, you all should know how to says, but like you know in the groomsmen and bridesmaids, there's a court, and there's at least fifteen kids, it's supposed to be because the Zina makes fifteen oh, that's what it was. It was fourteen on each side. Yeah. I feel like there was more. I think there was fourteen Gregor kid. Right. And then there was all these little girls dressed as fairies because it was enchanted forests themed. So there was a lot of Gore's arena, re and goal who is delivery, where her dress. Oh my God. Great question. It was like a beautiful like cream colored dress, like I feel like I had like hues of pink here and there. But it was it was very elegant tonight. And it was very like, poofy. It was awesome. And so, yeah, they both they came down the stairs. Photographed and there was. Live. No live singing, because my daddy, let's my deadliest family is so talented, the whole families, like musicians only live music. So somebody was singing this beautiful song hurt the I believe, and then somebody who's playing the piano. Little bookies. Yeah. No, you're. No, they're really religious. So it was it was. Been deed. No. It was beautiful. And then they did the service. They actually did a religious service and. Y'all. I am not going to lie. I was triggered because the their pastor Leah's pastor. They go to like a traditional Christian like Latino church. Yeah. And he was gay. I know her her uncle is the is the preacher there. He did the service. The one thing that bothers me about a lot of lot of pastors is the way that they, they yell into the microphone like and for like a Kingston yet. Like I feel like it should be softer. Right. Just so violent to me like. I'm like, oh my God. Fuck down to kill us critically slow you know how they do that shit. I'm like you don't need to do all that insane. Yeah. He wasn't that wild. But he had that cadence that, like, so I had to just like shut off because I was like, I'm not going to be mad. I'm just kidding. Like an if y'all know I was raised in that environment. And so I'm out of that now and I don't I try not to go back to even when I watch v that. Did you see that? Did you get far enough into them like in episode? There's a part that triggered triggered. Okay. I've been to one of those services and he was my grandma's funeral. My grandma wanted a Catholic funeral. So my end is like no way I am Christian. I'm gonna have like this Christian thing. So the pastor the whole thing, and, and according to their traditional different churches, different laments Lewis. I'll I'll passer before you leave. My and was so mad. They didn't get a Catholic service. So when she went to extend it extend her hand to say hi, to say goodbye to the presser booms love him in the handle outside. She goes all my to the who handles money does. Gloria Louis ah. Okay. So. So that happened. But you don't even his his words were beautiful. I just wish they weren't so violent so like the cadence. You know what I'm talking about, right? Like. This preaching style. Yeah. Yeah, a girl. We're just you know we're here to sell. It's a birthday. I don't know. But it was beautiful. And everybody looks so elegant and the and the grownups they all wore emerald green like the by the by that he knows. And he was moderate was elegance ya bitch. Okay. And so then there was a cocktail hour after that. I hope been bar okay by Leo. My take notes open bar. All right. And then, so we just every, that's when everybody, you know, said, Hello, Hello. Hello, whatever the mighty came out. All these young kids were like teenagers came out and did a full mighty cheese set, like on the stairs as like the entertainment. It was beautiful. I wonder where they found them. They looked really good. They look really sharp had like beautiful blue suits on. So we had a cocktail hour kind of thing, there's like cheese and meats being passed around and fruit like very nice for fischel. So then everybody goes upstairs. But because I knew that continue to so, so the human backstage hall was upstairs. So I went upstairs just to take a peek. Okay. And I took a peek alone and bid, a look like crazy. Rich Asians winning there. What is going on there and shout out? Glenn seasons alleging to my shadow to my family child. Rosa corral in her and her company bianca's event core. Because they turned it the fuck out for this San yet. So they are by Sada's there from Mexico. If you're in Las Vegas, and you need legit decorations. Let bianca's event core. No, Google low-cost Latinos, who lunch dot com. Be in the show knows how them we sent you. Yes, there was trees growing out of every table girl. Vines coming from the ceilings, there was a gazebo like lit up with the chandelier southern nightlife fucking violet was a piece Saturday night. Fever. Yeah, yeah. It was lit up. I was like all this is going to be amazing. And there was like a wall of decker. Let's leeann it had all the desserts like the cake. And okay this. Okay. So then, but then my cousin was like, oh, no. We're over here. And so it was a big salon, right? It was a big banquet hall. Yeah. And you know how the hallways are just like usually lined, and there's another banquet on the other side, usually don't know. This place is perfect. This is a commercial for this place to. Yeah. But I don't know what it's called it's lined with hotel suites. So you could just party and then you can get a hotel room and just and just crash in the hotel room, what? So I just went and hung out like in the backstage, you know, all hotel suites beautiful. My god. So at this point, I'm already late fuckers have spent more on this part of the reason yet, then my higher education. Think about it, right. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm like, wow, this is incredible. And so I don't know my uncles also really connected. So I know her got deals, okay? But you got to you're gonna do what you gotta do. I mean they've been saving for this since. I was born that's how it is like has she she is not only she's an amazing human. She is. We're all boys, except it wasn't my nose. They're all boys, except for my cousin ISA, Vail. Leah so he Savell already had hers. And now leeann is like she's a little one. He's the baby. So, of course, they're going to go off for this. But you gotta you're going to save. My sister went to continue that my niece bitch. Saving for their like fuck college. My sister's like Guinness Kingston, yet and Justice like no. And she's like, okay, I'm going to ask one more time after the casinos over because my sister like Josie. She likes attention. Right. And ask her again when Kitson yet 'cause I'm going to start saving right now. She's four. She's flying. What's up? Easy. Isn't that amazing? It's my dad. When he's at the Kinton yet for my sister. He didn't do his taxes for like two years. And then didn't multiple so he can get a big chunk of money back and able to do it is just like people know that this is like, wow. Wow thing. It's so crazy. Yeah. I mean you have to you. You don't have to. But I mean when you're from Rangel you got. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So shot carriers I need to go back. I was just on my cousin Joey's podcast. I don't know if you've heard of it, I oh, have you. I just recorded episode with her. So I think I think it might already be out if you wanna listen to it, and we, we talked about going back together because I haven't been back over ten years, Mike and she goes back every that's going to be every year. I I love it there. I've been used to go when I was little all the time, but my dad moved there. So bummer. Okay. Anyway. Oh, shut up to my cousin because he's back. I love him so much. He's the closest aides to me. Yeah. That's how people just introduce me to everybody because I don't I don't look like a lot of people in my family. So they're like people came from all over the world to this fucking sin yet. And by all over the world. I mean, they came from Mexico away in Chicago. That's where that's where my family all kind of and some from Texas, actually. And so, my grandma would be like they would come up to me like these, these dudes these like fifty something year old men and their wives. You know, like, hey, and they check my hand almost is, but he moans, and I'm like, and they didn't know who they were. And they didn't know who I was either. And they're like, oh. You know because that's my dad's name. And I'm like, oh, yeah. Yeah. That's my dad Shakra had chick mad whatever. And then finally my my cousin. Because the yeah, that's his dad. We hasn't seen in over ten years the shit. And I'm like, oh my God. I come my life lesson. To say hi to her. I'm sure oh yeah. Was in the back stealing cookies, grandma. You could just ask. Okay. So wait, wait, wait. Where was I? Okay. Let me just okay. Okay. Okay. So we get into the venue. There's an extensive seating chart, so you have to look for your let you have to look for your name, and then there's ushers that take to your shot at the table. Twenty four the best table. I had the best table in the house, right next to the dance floor, and we sit down there was already salad and bread waiting for us. We were supposed to wait for loud. SEO on forget. We started eating that's not my ministry, so we started I started eating, and they did the they did a prayer this really beautiful prayer, and then they started bringing the food out and it was a full catered event. It was chicken or fish. And I think most people chicken, obviously and. It was delicious. And we proceeded to get drunk as fuck artists, I did. Anyway, I was there from five pm to four thirty excuse me, more thirty PM to one thirty AM letting I got drunk and high a couple times. And sobered up and then three times over like drunk. And I'm like onto drunk. I don't wanna make a full of myself, drink water calmed, down walking around. Okay. I'm fine again and proceed ticket drunk again. It was a journey us like me fucking music festival. That's Bobby shut the Hector. They're my cousins that were hooking, it up with drink side, and the side and look like such an. Y'all go give another tequila sunrise. Hurry, hurry before they stopped giving them out for free. So it was good enough for they run out really. Okay. So then the performance starter high. So y'all know that can say yet as again, are our also performance at the violet at the dance reception. So it started with the divall tes, right? And the first waltz was the impulse. It was the father data father, daughter, waltz. So I came out in her beautiful. Dress looking like Mexican Cinderella. Okay. And I'd never seen this before. But maybe you have she sat in her chair, she sat in a chair, this was odd to me. But whatever I mean, the whole thing is fucking her chair on this beautiful chair in the middle of the dance for, and my deal took her shoes off, and then put high heels on her. So it was like from child. She had his kitten heels on and she went like, straight up Cardi B, like just put on his big heels on and symbol. He heard her brother, the on her little brother did it. And then and then they down the waltz, and as it was live music again. Because, you know, course you singing. The field where live singing and shot up to them that beautiful voice, -is and all of a sudden, at the climax of the fucking right fireworks? A fog machine is rolled out there like floating on fog. Yeah. People have people were handed butterflies on on rods like strings that lit up. So people started waving butterflies around, there was glowing butterflies, I'm telling you of telling you crazy. Crazy. Rich Asians fucked up the game. Like people got so many ideas for that movie, Taylor swift fuck and concert like. Coldplay play concerned about don't compare going to contrast. Yeah. So, okay. So. And then all of a sudden pyro bitch pyro fireworks. Came out around the dance for it was. So I put that over Instagram it was. Good. It was so good. Okay. Then that then ended they went away next course. Okay of the meal. And then they come back out, and it's her and the entire party. I'm like, oh, this is the waltz with, with everybody from the court, I, I also have missed the part where they announced everybody one by one as they're walking into the room like doing a little esta birthday. It was I was like are we are we at the Latino graduation because feels a credit graduation? This is never going to end you know, that those are fast because they have to tell the name of like twenty fucking five hundred kids like in two hours. So I'm sure like, okay, the Rhodri is. Everybody, here's he goes right Lopez. Our see us. Next. So listen. So then. So sad. I love whoever I, I haven't been able to hang out with my family talk to them. But whoever choreograph this a had to be gay and second, because it was, so I'm point. And second, it was for girl. This Cirque du Soleil shit homecoming incredible it was fabric. They were it was it was choreographed dance with fabric. I don't know exactly what the along. They what the okay and this is the real gag. This is why Leah is the fucking best usually it's like everybody kinda dances together. She's like nobody's going to dance y'all are just going to do choreography with the fabric to make me look, awesome, like waves solicit. So she walks into the, she walks back into the venue and stands in the middle stands in the middle of the dance floor, and these fools come out with fabric. Like all the all the court, and they put and they lay the fabric down think of as a hashtag, but a bunch of fabric, tic TAC toe around her, and she's right in the middle square, and then all the little fairy girls. Come out, and they dust pedals everywhere shut the, and so then the song starts, and she's just kind of going back and forth with her with the little the main guy Chamberlin number one. And then, so they're just like regular dancing, and then she's by herself. And then they grab the then all the party comes out they grabbed the fabric and they lift it up. Fly up. Give me rote they rotate. And so all this fabric around her and they make it fly again. And then she moves out of the way because the fabric is moving so slow, getting goosebumps baby. Then they they changed positions. Uh-huh. And they like intertwine all the fabric so that it looks like it's part of her. She stands back in the middle. It looks like it's part of her dress and can. So it was so good. That was a performance. Yeah. Yeah. Like y'all like I would have paid money to see what I mean. Over yet. Okay. So then that happens, and then that's supposed to be it right? But everybody knows about so pret- like a surprise waltz. Yeah. That's for the kids, that's not as formal it's going to get done. Yes. So then there was dance. So all the older cousins and all the uncollected also weird that is making a circle and they'd like do like. I think just six steps, I wouldn't into their like like called my name up there, and I was like, I don't wanna be I'm high. But no. And you know what if anybody went families listening to this, and I'm like, oh, my gosh, just on your high continue. Kingston yet I guess what? Maybe I'm a fucking adult smoking marijuana is legal and even lacks, man. It relaxes me and I didn't get blacked out drunk and hit anybody. Because why because I was highest Jill and loving node pinches deals because and I wasn't highest fuck. I was just I was still on. I was responsible like I could have really been gone. But I was just like you know, I just needed a little, you know, commodities being Floyd comfortably numb, comfortably numb. Yes. Okay. So she's all my God. We gotta go. Okay shit. Yeah. Sorry. Okay. Really quick. Then the that comes out full nor tenure one just comes out with the tuba and everything. Looking flyest fuck by the way, they were all like in these beautiful suits. Yeah. They come out. They take the stage. There's a stage at the end of the banquet. This is all in the middle. There's a station get on the stage and the violet. Begins. Right. So everybody starts dancing polka because that's what we do from the north, and then selling those glows and all these extra weight or the props. Okay. And then they played like a DJ came out after the first set of the Landa and the DJ played like modern music, you know, and that's when all the dots cut off and the kids, it was for them. And then yet at the window to the wall that shit. So then let, let. So then then the fog starts again and you're like way, what's happening? There's fog on the dance school twins. Oh, yeah. Leah comes out with her little brother. Yeah. For the vessel press. So at this, and they come out. Looking like they're like, from a Missy Elliott plug in video, boom. Pitas, tracksuits still has her whole big hair Kurti are on or whatever. And they do a Cory Graff hip hop dance. Like pros like they were on, like your words, I had no idea these kids could dance like that. Like they were like they were legit backup dancers like on so you can dance or whatever those fucking shows, and they everybody was shocked. They were just like with their mouths open because they had so much fucking swagger, those kids, 'cause those specially like he knows it to that can show out. Yeah, I love him. He they tore it up. Both of them both of them. They and there was like perfectly synchronized choreography men to me. What warmed my heart was like a brother and sister. They're only like a year or two apart. So they're like, a brother and sister. I can tell they spent hours hours over forty hours at least practicing those dance. That's amazing gather shed together, have gone saw the fucking extra love it. So much wasn't a robot in the densely. A robot came out after that and was dancing with the predator. I don't know what to do with enchanted. The one. Nice quite is in my it's crazy. Yes that robot could say one. Got the party started. You know, like all kids started dancing around it, and it was really fun to watch that. And then my cousin bought out and then they brought out my deals brought this huge ladders and then they the ping at us. They brought the that I made and they filled them with globals that like it was just symbolic. There was a really candy in it. They might put lights inside of balloons, put it in this lantern. And so she just broke the cellophane and all the balloons port. Jovial pita. Yeah. I do that, that being at the I admit it really strong because I didn't know. The kids were trying to break into didn't break. So I make sure I make quality. The didn't break. There's like thirty five of it was like fifty kids to tear it apart. And they couldn't. Yeah. And then there was there was a peanut that and the Banda ca playing I mean it was all night. It was awesome. That's can be. And then that's not even the next day they had another party. They called it the after party. Like there's an after party tomorrow. At four pm. And I'm like, that's not an after. Yeah. That's how they that's another party. Right. They rented listen to this. They're rented this alone. Another one, not the they rented another banquet hall, the same banquet hall that her parents got married. And so they like their parents got married in a banquet hall. This her parents spent less money on their wedding than theirs. The, the wedding was at the banquet hall, where her parents got married and fortunately, I didn't make it to that because I was recovering still from the Kingston yet, but y'all. My family really shows out and shows, and they even did a bus like a party bus for all the court. They'd like road down the strip all of the all of the stops pl- like injected with steroids. It's wild. That's wild. I'm not even mad. I'm like, yo. Oh, she deserves I wild tradition. I can't imagine what, what is she gonna she better? Just get married to the courthouse. How you gonna even bothering? Why would you even bother like what are you gonna? What are they gonna shoot out of a cannon? What's going to that? You know what I mean? Like, are you going to get married on top of the in the Italian ching? I don't know. I don't know. There's nothing. There's nothing else. It was really amazing. Oh, wow. What a party. I'm jealous. It was. I know people are mad because they were like like my friend Michaela Atlantic. Why don't you invite us to the wedding or to the? Say and I'm like they didn't. They didn't ask me. They didn't even tell me that invitation list was like it was only family if it gift course because there was like, three hundred people. There are some bullshit. It was. It was. People. It was only it was literally only family. We have a lot of cousins. Oh, yeah, it was great. But. I'm going to change the subject 'cause before we go. I know you're teaching this false. I want you to tell me that I can tell you, then we can go. It's not the only professor anymore. Professor forty five actually this might be a good to it. Might be good to announce this just in case there's people that go to the school that listen to this. I will be teaching two classes this fall starting in late September. I think early October, maybe at southern Oregon university teaching printmaking and installation. Are you moving there? I moving there for the fall. I'll be there September late September through December. Wow. Yeah. So Ashland, Oregon, if there's any listeners out there for the three listeners. And if you happen to be an art, for the three listeners that are there, and maybe you happen to listen, the listener that is in the art program. They didn't let the I think all my classes are upper division credits. I think the print making a three hundred level and then the installation course is almost like an independent study four. Hundred level. Police sign up for it because I want cool students in my classes and really then solution class, you're going to help me, make an art show. I like a bad ass giant art show, while I'm there ni- opens at the Schneider museum of art. I believe it will open a November, and those processes are important for students because they get to see from the beginning to the end and not only just like the actual art making by all the negotiation and everything that goes, I still one to put a whole entire class together on your Denver art show because that's shed was learning from beginning to end. It's I I keep learning I keep learning every time I do an installation. Right. I keep learning. And you know, that's one of the reasons why I started. The art people podcast to is just to have very transparent conversations about how your experience the workings of the art world. Right. I kinda talk about it a little bit in a Karl Roscoe. Does episode that came out a few weeks ago about, like how, how do you know how much they get paid for something? How do you know nobody teaches you that show that shit? Not even if you're listening to this and you're interested, I'm gonna tell you exactly how how much you deserve to get paid. Right. Because I know I'm getting underpaid for what I do. Yeah, I know. I know. I know. I know I do girl, I did the math for the show that I did, how many no shade, because I love, I'm not going to say, I'm not gonna say, what show. I'll just say this. For the amount of time that I spent on an art show this year. Compared to how much you how much I actually got paid. Right. The lump sum of money that they sent me felt like a lot of money. He's got it all at once. But after I did the math last month right after 'cause y'all see C Instagram is a full because you think like I'm having the best time ever. And I and I am. I'm having a good time usually, but there's, there's a lot of people in my studio. A lot of times when people, I think, a lot of people think they're all volunteers, but actually pay people to help me, right? Like constantly like because I don't think it's fair for them to just help me for no money now at display if I can pay you, I'm gonna pay you after paying off my assistance after all the materials that I bought after all the gas after all my expenses. The month of January, February March through April, I made twelve cents an hour, equally login Galloway. That's how much I getting paid to make my art. Okay. And that's because I that's that's partly my fault because I put in the work, I work minimum twelve hour days nature of your work like requires yada, fucking thing. So now when people show me rooms, and they're like, we want you to cover this whole thing. I'm like, well, the budget does the budget does not correspond with what you want me to do. I'm sorry. Anyway. I'm learning. So I wanna share all that information with this installation course and like really get into the nitty gritty and then also like physically I wanna show them like how to make whatever they want because a lot of times I walk into these places, and I really don't know what I'm doing. But I'm I love problem solving, and I just like to figure it out. Are you going to give them like readings and later, which is mostly practice? That's a great question. I had ready have ideas with you want anything. I will I will give you home. I think it's mostly. It's both both. Both of my classes are studio. There's no reading. But, but I, I am going to recommend some books and stuff that I've have helped me like price things out until installation. Yeah. All right. And what are you teaching this? So I'm still you for another year. And I'm teaching my usual lead American colonial art. This year. We actually started getting into Peruvian art, and there is an amazing collection in Chicago, the Thoma's that have an amazing collection. They open to my classes so we learn about sixteen seventeen eighteen century Peruvian art. And we get to actually see it and it's not only just going to museum and see a couple of paintings we go to the collection. We go to the vault. They pull the paintings for us and get to discuss different trends, and topics of Peruvian painting, Peruvian painting improving artists, something that always interests me. But I've never had the time to really get into. So it's something that I'm starting to push. I wanna do. Filipino are too because it's part of the colonies, I wanna do more Caribbean. But I mean it takes time to the velo some of those ideas. So, hopefully, I can integrate some of that stuff and Brazilian shit. I'm there's some amazing architecture there. And then I'm putting together a grad seminar on landscape on landscape painting, people don't think landscape was at thing in the colonial period. But I'm we're going to the Newberry library would looking at maps, and we'll talk more. The main idea behind the, the classes to talk about the development of the empire through landscape in landscape by mean not only just like horizon line for ground background. I mean, maps I Mead travelers journals I mean, I d- as about what you think of the wild the wild frontier look at western we're going to look at cinema. We're going to look at nineteenth century journals of the first time that Mexico was open to the public, and you could come in, so we're going to look at all of that stuff, and I'm making. Hi, go. And I'm also directing to director studies, melodrama. So we're gonna look at melodrama and visual culture. In Mexico's I'm really excited to lot of fucking work. But all of this is I when I do my classes I do it in a way that I can do the research for my books, but also I can teach the stuff too, so best. Yes, a smart, but yes, so landscape and landscape and Latin American, colonial ours invitees interested. Yes. Having white see you have any recommendations before we go. I do I mentioned at the beginning, the library app that I used Libby, y'all that shit. I've already recommended at once but me and my friend Lola Lola from Las casino. We're always exchanging books through Libby because it's the fucking best up. And, you know, there's always a work around or like a bootleg way to get more out of something. And you know as let the know how to do that. So you can actually put multiple library cards on your Libby app, and checkout, all the audio books and all the digital books from that library district brilliance here in Las Vegas. We have the Las Vegas library district, so I have them on my Libby app, and then I have the Henderson, which is the neighboring city library. And so I got I got a library card from them. And so I have their whole collection on my phone. I went to New York a couple of weeks a couple months ago and I got I got Thomas to shots friend Thomas who, who got one of his pieces collected by the new York Public Library forever shout out. And so I'm like bitch, you haven't seen your work in the library, like let's go. So we went to like the new York Public Library main one with the lions, and he's like, I don't even have a library card, and I'm like yo-you better. Get a library card right now. And you better believe I was just like paying attention to his pin, and I put it in my. Phone. So now I have access to all the New York library collection on my fucking phone. That's a main, it's awesome. So the Libby app, I actually have a music recommendation this week to I've been listening to flying Lotus's, new album mock GRA fly, the afla mantra, it's really great his mazing, LA flying Lotus, this album has so many collaborations lodges on it. Kendrick Lamar is on it. Anderson pack I think he's laid it's, it's such a great great album. I also have music recommendation again, if we're stilling pride month if not fucking celebrate mom pride month. Give a shout to sung mass, one of favorite Parker where they have a playlist, call sung pride everything from Chevy. Mark Vargas to Alexander is there. It's a great way to celebrate. But it's also to show that gave music. It's fucking amazing and cover. All kinds of different Carter's of human sexuality. So, and it's I think it's pretty much all Ladan next musician and Latin American. So, again, this, the playlist, skull sung price. Shutout shadow. Richard always making bad ass playlist on Spotify. If you don't know him follow him in sung mass in Spotify, and also Richard Vegas, always updating his playlist and also follow my playlist that I'm being, adding music's as, as I'm recommending. So, you know that I will be adding more stuff. And my playlist is called the recommend songs to fun on his pass yon as he just having Penggong has ruled a governess, right? And as always, you can visit us at Latinos who lunch dot com. Please leave us a review on, I tunes apple podcasts wherever you listen to podcasts. Five stars stars, only because the more reviews, we have the more visible, we are, and is ability leads to representation, representation matters people today's episode was produced. Edited by just and Ortega, the music, you're listening to now is by the band row. Now, I'm Bobby to. Really?

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Anney on Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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Anney on Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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Doritos taking the class of twenty twenty Valedictorians to another level. Welcome to movie crush a production of iheartradio. Hey everybody welcome to movie crush Friday interview addition with Anne Rees. Hi Hi how are you? I'm good You know we were both just looking are are sad laptop situations mine felt like it was about to explode. Yeah Fan worrying and things Spinning wheels of death so I- swapped it out for my personal laptop because I'm fancy that way mine is literally held together by tape right now. Is it really. Yes yes it. Totally cracks like front end. I can see inside it. I'm sure that's good really all kinds of things that I don't know what they do. But they're sharp and I don't want to touch them. Wow I kind of want to know what you're talking about now. What part is exposed so I have a big gaming laptop so it's like a shell on the screen part so the bottom part with the keys is fine but the screen has come apart at two ends and you can just see all of the like wiring and and ships and stuff in there and every time I open it? I have to hold it in such a way so it doesn't just completely Saturday what I didn't know you were a game or any. What do you play all? I'm a huge Gamer. I primarily play. Rpg's roleplaying games and first person shooters because for me. It's mostly about the story so the last of us is one of my favorites dude. You're talking I mean I don't gain much but the last of us. Yeah and it's great to because that game doesn't really have replay value as in. It doesn't change but that good that I'm always like I try this new game or I could play the last of us go well. I played it obsessively for like a year and I would go to certain levels that I loved over and over again and I can't get here soon enough like when is this thing coming out the sequel. It's June I think out of they push back. Yes and also it is made second is it may six. Yup. That's fair. Thought it was supposed to come out in May but It was originally move it forward in time. Not Back in time they will is delayed it until November. Then all those spoilers came out and so they releasing it earlier than that because they don't want everyone to get spoiled and I don't WanNa know yeah I don't either. I'm very afraid. Who's afraid is my wife because I've been obsessively playing red dead redemption to yeah and she was like. What are you going to be done with this? I was like well. I've got good news and bad news a probably wind it up in. May or June said. But that's when the last of us to get lost you for the year for Gaming Gaming I was like sort of be straight with. You probably probably a little bit What other Games do you like? So red dead. Redemption is on my list. I haven't played it yet. I love bioshock. Final Fantasy Zelda basically any big storyline games. I am into it now. Do you do the online thing too. Sometimes I do a lot of steam like ideal of portal. Oh there's this one game and just played I love it. It's called oxen free. It's on steam and it's like the goonies meets stranger things. Whoa yeah and it's really beautiful and a pretty quick play but it does change every time because there's a time travel element to it so you can mess with. Try to fix something with your character. It's really awesome so I shout that out. I don't do a lot of the I used to do some tournaments and I used to compete and smash brothers. Yeah don't do that much anymore. But how about you do you? Online gaming Just recently and I know everyone's sick of hearing about this but I got my first headset few weeks ago because my buddies been Harrison and Adam cranach's from the greatest Jen podcasts and the friendly fire. Podcast We they were like. Hey we can get a posse together an online version. I was like I've never done that. They said Oh you should. It's Super Fun and so I've been doing that a lot like there in L. A. So I've been staying late in these little posses with them and it's a right now in quarantine it's been a really great hang and a good relief. Respite absolutely has been one thing. I'm so grateful for technology right now because I've been doing a lot of that stuff too. Yeah lots of Mario Kart lots laid. Yeah it's been really fine And the other night. Tweaking of goonies We we finally decided now is the time and we showed ruby the goonies and she'll be five in July and we were like you know. Websites are saying like ten or eleven. I was like that's ridiculous. That's way too old old but I feel like she can handle it and she loved it. It was great and I think that the use of the word Shit over and over was the only kind of thing but she knows that where. Danny I can't imagine why Jack I really can't. She knows that we're we're not. We don't get too hung up on words and language. Obviously there's A. There's a line there that we don't want our child to cross at a certain point but the word Shit is not a big deal. We've heard her say at once or twice and we had to. You know run out of the room so we can laugh and then come back in and say. Hey maybe you shouldn't say those words just yet but Sort of reinforce that kids can say shit too. I one of my first memories of being in serious trouble was I was in church and I I was four years old. I was having trouble with my socks or something and I said in the middle of prayer. God dammit Oh wow oh. My parents were mad. They were so angry. Yeah I try to. I try to curb my use of that one because I know it offends a lot of people. Yeah I think that's when I had. I also got in trouble related to that because they asked me where I heard it and it was revealed that I had watch drastic park against their wishes. Oh Yeah we came by honestly at least yes. It's a double whammy so any. This is the first time we've recorded virtually and You're clearly in a closet. Yes and I would just like to describe what I'm looking at for the home listener. Okay he'd have a Iraq of of hanging clothes and jackets and things. It looks like behind you and a various assortment of bags and things like backpacks and shoulder bags and then above that. It looks like are those all books. Yeah I see the unladylike book that is great to see yeah. It's awesome or a former colleagues. And what else is up there. Is that lethal weapon? What is that lethal white? Oh yeah at least we'll white. It's about that's a historical recounting of a serial killer in Chicago. Okay Devil in White. What is it? It might pick the devil in the White City. Yeah Yeah it's not the same story though. No you're right. That's a different thing. Lethal white is JK ROLLINGS ALTER EGO. Robert Galbraith. So it's not what you said it. Well it's not. What you said is what I was going to get one. It's like a crime thriller series under see and and what is corner of evil? Is that what that says? Corner Nevil bottom boomer corner of evil stood exists though. I hope that it's probably don't go in that corner go. They're not good career of evil. All right care to chat about that now. Really okay now. I'm just going to hope. I'm not exposing anything. Shouldn't be Broadcasts these are all my serial killer books. Okay my serial killer but collection oh I also see some duct tape and a bag of lime and that's distressing. That's very different thing. It's unrelated. Is that Casey on the floor. God what's happening? I'm going to be the only guest you bring on to be one way or another all right so enough of that silliness. I'm glad you're healthy. I'm glad you're well. It's good to see your smiling face you too and I Miss Everybody. I actually went into the office to record stuff. You should know yesterday out you. I did because I've been having some technical difficulties and And they're also dogs and children and it was just a little too much stress for me so I went into the office and I felt safer there than I do at home. Any who or what reason. Well I mean there didn't see another human city market is emptied. Yeah Yeah and shut down And I just I didn't see a human. Jerry came in with a mask and gloves. She set it up. Hit record left the room and went home and then I walked in by myself and recorded and left in it was it was actually very much. It was a lot easier to concentrate on the material for stuff. You should now. You know how this goes. It's fine in the basement. That's really belongs. Ultimately it does. It does belong to the basement. Nice to be back in there. I gotTa say the Office is Weird and creepy and Eerie and shut down. But it was a good experience for me. Yeah I can I can see the separation of like a workspace to your work. Like different environments. I'm I actually am happy. This was originally supposed to be my office and then I turned it into my book. Slash 'cause played closet But now it's actually serving its original function so I have a separate space. It's been nice but I miss the office. Sometimes it's good to be in there and it's hard to work here with with Ruby. It's been fun but it's challenging. Yeah for sure to have someone tugging at you while you're trying to learn learn things trying to concentrate. My name is Pearl Wealth. This is the story of my son. Courtney Colin Two Thousand. Fifteen is the biggest year of my life. He was a ladies man even with his grandmother. I'm chance the rapper. According to Copeland was a good friend of mine in twenty sixteen he wound up with a bullet in his back outside of Chicago. Police Station Robber mcavoy granted federal. Just said he was shot and it's the story of my search for the true. This is somebody a CO production of them visible institute the Inner South and Topic Studios in association with Tender Foot TV available. Now this is somebody's child. Somebody deserves to know what happened. I deserve to know what happened to my son. Listen to somebody on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts all right so let's talk about the Captain America the winter soldier. Yes House glad you picked this one. This is a great great movie is so fantastic. I love that people were requesting this one because they know I love this so much and it's appropriate that I'm in here in my 'cause play closet because I do 'cause play as the winter soldier it's the one I'm known for so I bought props. Okay switches very good for audio medium. So you'll have to describe how awesome it is all right. Well I'm looking at the Captain America's shield that looks pretty much exactly like Captain America's shield and. I'm never been more jealous in my life than right now. Yeah and it's got like magnetic second strap it and it's hefty like. Wow I actually did use it to dodge something. That was coming from my head and it did the job so you make that now. My friend made that cannot claim that one but I did make this while. She's holding up the winter soldier. A cybernetic arm. What what would you call that? It's the CYBERNETIC cybernetic robot arm. It does it needs some serious repair. Good Yeah this is my fourth one. I've made it four times to perfection. Yes thank you. That was the appropriate response. The the only thing I mad about and his. You're not currently dressed as the winters. You better believe I thought about it. But then he lost my minding Corinthian. No I would've thought that was pretty great. And that you've lost your mind court. I would have the I makeup and everything. It wouldn't have looked very freaky to facemask. I guess on I do and I thought about using that as my mass when I go out I thought that would terrify. Everybody probably shouldn't do that. That's awesome would love to see that. Get up me a picture at some point. I'm sure you've got some. Oh yeah absolutely. And there's a video of me. I bet it's probably pretty triggering now but there's a video of me walking around comecon that we did for how stuff works in that in that outfit so it was pretty cool but so many people. I think might freak some people out now but I'll tell you what if you find a picture that you like and you think represents the costume. Well we could use that as the episode Art Ocean. You want. It's up to you. I mean it is a missed opportunity. We could've taken a screen shot of you and I doing that. Says that what you're solid but I was worried about your reaction so no no. That would be great. Yeah Find Pinson and we'll use that on Friday. That'll be fun. Absolutely no yeah. This movie was I got to watch it again last night. I think it's the third time I've seen it and Boy It was. I'm trying to think back of when you watch it again now. It's it's so great but I'm trying to put it in the framework of when it came out and the order that it fit into the universe and I had a hard time placing it. Yes so this. The winter soldier when it came out was part of phase two. And when you look at the chronological order of when these movies came out. It was hugely important because it was the first one. That wasn't an avengers movie. Right where you had like black widow. You had nick fury you had other like members of the superhero cast in a non avengers movie and it also was really pivotal because the implications for what happened in the winter soldier. When you find out shield has been infiltrated by Hydra that impacts all the rest that come after it so it was the first to to do that stuff and that change the trajectory of all of them and then on top of that it was the first one where it was a superhero movie. Plus another genre. So it was a superhero movie but a spy political thriller. Yes and then after that most of them do that. So like ant man is a heist movie like it's a Superhero Superhero movie but a heist movie and Guardians of the Galaxy. There's some like weird western so they all followed this formula after that and that gave the M. You these marvel movies room to experiment with things and not become so one note. This is a superhero movie. Also this thing yeah totally. I never really thought about that. But this was kind of the first one that did that and Opening up I mean I think this movie really not only change. The trajectory storyline wise but opening up the movie to other Avengers coming in was a big deal in like all the movies. Were better for that. Like black widow is a is almost an equal co star in this movie. Yeah and I love that about this. One in particular is like some of them can feel kind of cameo ish but black widow had a compelling arc and compelling storyline. She wasn't there And so did nick fury they all struggle with these questions of identity like having these identity crises. These things that you believe to be true that were foundational are not true and it's cool to see all the characters deal with that and their own separate ways and where they arrive at the end of the movie and then you also. Falcon is introduced. So Man Yau great is he. He's he's like immediately fantastic. He is there's some I mean. Anthony Mackie I think just has such a likable face and personality as a human and You're just you're honest side immediately in this movie. He's got that great smile and that friendly face but Sam just comes across as from the very beginning as a loyal friend and he ends up proving that obviously the cap that's where he and black widow because he was like you're the only guy I can trust but that that first meeting with Sam so great and the opening when you're on your left on your left twenties hauling ass around the mall in DC in the writing is just so sharp. They're in such a nice entry point the commonality of The the former soldiers and then Talking about like the softness of the beds in as a civilian or not a civilian. But I guess sort of civilian life. Yeah that was just such a kind of a clever way to work in something as mundane as the softness of the bed. Is there touchstone to the beginning of their friendship and I always love doing these for many reasons check but I love that I get to like analyze it in in a way that I thought about it before And a lot a lot of ways this movie and I have a whole thing. I want to talk about about where the character bucky came from later. But it's about PTSD in soldiers dealing with that and the the ramifications and fall out of having these orders someone giving you these orders and having to physically emotionally deal with that. And so I think having Captain America who's also really well introduced in this one as someone who's struggling to find his place in this modern world tree's been frozen find that common ground with a fellow soldier just instantly and feeling like oh at least. I can understand this person. We've gone through similar things. I like maybe I haven't listened to this music. You don't know this pop cultural reference. I'm not really sure what shield is about an idea like it but I can connect with. Yeah and they they set it up you know they Kind of immediately say that Sam had lost his wing man in the war. So they both lost a dear friend They're both adjusting to this new life. That cab with his little notebook is adorable. That he's Yeah. I think we we have to go down this list of what he had written down so the first thing and just for reference this is when he He gets told about the Marvin Gaye record and so he's just writing down all these little modern things that he needs to look into more to the internet which is very helpful. I agree so the first thing on the list is I love Lucy Parentheses TV. The next thing is moon landing the next thing is one of my favorites. It's Berlin Wall parentheses up and down. Do you have these written down or should I keep going? No you can keep going. I looked at up last night because I actually have a another fun theory. I WanNa talk about a star wars and this movie okay. All right well but that put up been in that Steve. Jobs prints sees Apple Disco Star Wars Slash Trek. Yes and he's checked off star wars. That's important it is and then we have Thai food nirvana parentheses band which was kind of funny and then rocky parentheses rocky to with a question mark. A bit was a lot of fun as a writer coming up with that list. Yeah Yeah and I'm sure. They probably have a backstory on which character recommended. These totally fighting about. You need to see racketeer. You don't need to do right. So what what is Your Star Wars Reference here. Oh my gosh. So as you know my my My other pick after this. I WANNA do empire strikes back so badly and last night when I was researching that if I think. And they're very very similar. The winter soldier in the empire strikes back or very similar they're both redemption stories is second trilogy. They both involve loss of loss of innocence. They're both darker There's themes that cold finding a long held truth was the why Wow Yeah I did it. He revealed the villain like where. You think darth vader's the main villain but the emperor is that dynamic in this movie Having good in him like that whole thing And they both massively changed the trajectory of the films that came after and then and like the pivotal climactic scene at the end captain. America's act of heroism is. He refuses to fight but again that is so brutal to why it's so brutal But I just was like. He checks off his list. Yeah I never really thought about that. Is that I mean is that an anti creation. Is that online anywhere? I did not look it up specifically I did I have been. I have a project counting. How many star wars references? I run into a day without looking at them and I I did While he's doing this research I counted five so I also think that kind of makes sense if you're doing something like a trilogy to have that sort of plot structure So I don't know how much of that is inherent in trilogies but there is a lot of similarities. There s interesting. I never really thought about that So I mean let's talk first about caps Fighting Style This movie is very grounded in reality They obviously have to go see G. A lot in the third act with those Hello hello capped. What are they called? Hella carriers with the hammer carriers but a lot of this movie is very grounded and it feels like the action is very real It feels like it owes a lot to James Bond and Jason born. Yeah And you know all the vendors are fun to watch when they fight but cap to me is the best. Yeah there's something about his fighting style. It's so smooth. The interplay with the shield and throwing that around and He's just a total bad ass and probably my favorite adventure. If I really had had to pick one yeah and it's so interesting that you say that because I when I first saw the first one it was after avengers came out because I didn't really have much interest in captain. America was afraid it was going to be really kind of propaganda e totally and I think this movie made fans love Captain America like I. They were okay with them in the first one but seeing him in this one and how he's humanized and he's more complex than interesting and he does have that very fun to watch fighting style where it's just so. It feels very new and exciting to watch. I like the the fight scene between him in the winter. Soldier with the knife interplay in the shield just so fast and I mean the elevator scene is iconic the The there are before we get started. Then you won't WanNa get off like the endgame had so many payoffs and a lot of them. Were references to this movie like. Yeah the elevators. Seen on your left So I feel like they did such an excellent job of having that grounded political spy thriller Type Fighting Style so he felt like yes. He's a superhero but could really exists. Yeah absolutely I mean it all feels it feels like the most mature Marvel movie at least up to this point. And I think you're definitely right about this influencing the rest and I think it also did that in in the grounded nece to a certain degree and the maturity Because like you said this is a this is spy movie. I mean so much. So that they cast Robert Redford nuclear kind of nod to like three days of the Condor I reference than I had to look at us like a great movie. You got to check that one out. But it's He clearly redford clearly. Enjoys playing against type as a bad guy and you know this liberal icon in real life. Yeah he gets to play. This kind of slimy guy trying to take away everyone's freedoms and he right in. It's so much fun to watch is and it was so well handled in that for the first half you could legitimately believe he was a good guy. And he's on fury side and he's arguing against project it well. He's not arguing against it but he was arguing for waiting to make sure it's safe before launching project insight and then you get this reveal midway in that he's behind the whole thing And I love one thing. I really love this movie. Is I think he can frame it. Low Key as a horror movie and I love horror movies. And so like. There's just this undercurrent of paranoia and of Claustrophobia. And the Winter Soldier Theme Song I love. It's like discordant industrial screaming sound. I love it. But the scene where he's revealed director Pierce revealed as the villain and the winter soldiers sitting in the dark. And it I just. I guess you're supposed to think always the winter soldier here to kill him and you realize that director. Pierce is controlling the winter soldier. Any gets the glass of milk. Oh my God yeah. That's horror movie level. Check that is in poor Granada. Oh you can even see. He's like our Nada. Why did you have to come back in? And just boom her away right there. Yeah Yeah And I this is definitely one of the most. It has the most to say on. Our current political climate are the then political climate. Because I do think most. Mc movies are a reaction to nine eleven in my opinion and this one is almost directly addressing the Patriot. Act In like what? How far are we willing to go? What are we willing to give up for security in the name of well? How many freedoms are we willing to give up for Security? And do you trust that the people are doing that behind that? Have your best interest at heart. So it's a see Robert Redford kind of be. Yeah who yeah. And that's where cap really like. Think assert himself as a because you're right earlier on like this movie and this character could very easily veer toward jingoistic sort of Rhetoric and he he makes it very clear like to be American is to be free and not be surveilled under the guise of protection right you know. And he makes clear where he where he stands on that and even says it in like three different ways. When he's talking to nick fury in that one scene There's like no confusion on which side that he's on even though he knows that means he's going against his boss and shield. Yeah and one one thing I love about that whole thing is he does spend a lot of this movie trying to figure out what he stands for. But it's almost as if he knew it all along. He was the one that knew he just had all these doubts from what he was seeing around him. And being out of place in this modern world and trying to figure that out but ultimately he realized like deep down in the core he knew what he stood for all long yeah he just had to really firmly grasp on to understand it and that becomes a big character theme for him. I love his arc. Like he starts out this rah-rah World War. Two and he asked to face like the America he thought was BB. Like that's a huge thing and then in the third one the whole eggplant like a tree. Don't move stand by your ideals he has I think he might have the best overall arc of any of the main eventers. I think so too. I mean I could see someone making an argument for Tony Stark and as much as I love his ark. It's sort of about one thing. Which is him not thinking about himself all the time. Yeah it's a powerful emotional arc. I think there's a lot more to caps are in a lot more nuance Than Than Tony Stark's yes and I. I love to the kind of he to if you look at a Natasha and his kind of friendship. Camaraderie in this one. Which I love. Yeah he's sort of trying to get her to have more of what he has like this integrity. I stand for this and she's trying to get him to be more able to lie. Are Not be so staunch and at the end they both arrive at that point where Steve Is. He still sticking to his ideals but he's going to go on this kind of secret. Side quests with Sam to try to find becky and he's not going to tell people about it so he gets kind of something from her and she goes to. Congress to testify gives up Oliver's secret identities. She has that from him so I do. I see a lot of nuances in his story and how it ripples out to impact their characters. Yeah and he's also clearly in that one scene when they had the guy on the roof when he's like you know what are you gonNa do this not really your style that pushed me off the building? And he is now. That's her thing like he fully allows it and that's that's a great moment in the movie But yeah the relationship is interesting. Because she's it. Has that kind of fun through line of her trying to fix them up and get him a date. Yeah but there's also a little sort of flirtation with them I think And know just a little little bit of that goes along way. Can it works. They didn't go to heavily into it like the will they? Won't they think those just just enough to add a little little hint of intrigue? Yeah I have all thing about this because I don't if you know this joke but there is a huge community of mostly young women that read this movie as a Homo erotic tail between Falcon and so between Bucky duckie Salihi. Of course a whole episode on why I think that is because I have a lot of theories probably an embarrassing amount of theories but I feel like we don't get to see platonic friendships with men. With either men or women are women ferment. So I think there's always this sort of like well. It must be romantic than Right and there. I mean the relationship between Steve and Bucky is kind of the foundation of his story in this like empathy in grief that's attached to it and it's really powerful and moving and I think people just they like romance so yeah I mean I think it's kind of fun to hint at it and they do that a couple of times in this In the MC you with black widow. But you know she has a great platonic relationship with Hawkeye They were very very close and And I think the same with Steve like. She's trying to fix them up. The the obvious. You know the Romances with Bruce And but she I think I think they use her well as a character In sort of hinting at the stuff but not letting it be like well. She's the hot chicken all the movies. So she's got to be the sex object and she's got to have all these near Romances right. I think they play with that trope a little bit in the right way which he really has great friendships. Yeah and I. I love the interaction between the two of them in this movie. This sort of like a comedic win. Yes she totally is. Yeah and it's it's refreshing and fun to see and I feel like they work really well together and I like that. This their friendship from this one did continue like in civil war where she checked checked on him and they are very different. They're almost on the complete opposite size of the good superheroes spectrum of how think that what that means what that entails well she was former KGB. Yeah and he's fucking Captain America so they it is an interesting relationship It was funny when they when they did the escalator seeing when she kissed him and then afterward was kind of like she was like. Was that. Your first kiss since World War. Two that bad. Yeah that was. That was funny. This just enough levity in this movie because all the marvel movies have to have a little bit of that sense of humor. I think yeah And they even managed to find the right place for that in this movie. I agree I think a lot of people were concerned about that. Because it is darker and more mature but Yeah Andrea. Watch last night. It's it's still pretty funny and it's filings. We've got some great fun moment. Yeah Yeah Elliot Nick Fury. Also I love how Samuel L. Jackson is somehow able to make me totally believe he's grizzled legendary spy but also funny. Yeah I think I both magic. I'm totally into it. Totally by don't WanNa mess with you but also just kind of a funny character so I also WanNa talk about one of my favorite sequences. Which was the Captain America exhibit at the Smithsonian Right? Yeah how fun was that. I mean it seems so real Mike exactly what it would be like if they really did that. Yeah that moment when the kid sees him and he just tells them to to hush not to tell anyone and they keep it a secret. It's just it's like that magic one of the magic moments in this movie into our marvel movies. I think have a few of those moments where they interact with the public in some way. It was so great. I'm a big fan of stuff like that of imagining the sort of more boring Real world implications of having superheroes like I would be. I love it. I I do too and I'd be totally into. Let me watch the debate I would. I would love that. They would if if you had this super hero in World War Two. Of course there would be an exhibit on it absolutely. Yeah and that is where Stan League cameo that this as a security guard And the symbolism of Captain America giving up his shield his new captain America suits and getting the one from the museum stealing that one I think is is pretty pretty powerful that yeah that that was Super Super Fun. It was cool and it's sort of occurred to me last night too that he spends a lot of this time in the movie out of his suit that. Craxi up on like dockers. There's the beginning bit which is great and they have that great. I fight scene when he when he puts away his shield and takes off his mask but then the kind of goes away for most of the middle part of this movie. And you don't really notice it too much because he's still fighting and stuff and that makes it more impactful when he goes in suits up again at the end. Yeah Yeah. He's reclaiming he. He knows see we is an. He's reclaiming its captain. America identity and then I at the end the end credit scene where it's bucky and he's inside the World War. Two you exhibit and kind of staring at his former identity. It's the stark contrast between how fun it was when Steve Did it. And how there's like these questions of well who am I really and then when Bucky does it and he has these same questions. It's scary music. Kicks back in now? Yeah yeah good stuff. The character arc. We talked about caps character. Arc being one of the best if not the best in this Mc you and I think so much of that has to do with two with his relationships with with everybody but really with two characters from his past one which this movie explorers sort of Pretty deeply with Bucky And then they even they have that scene with Peggy Carter. That is just like man. So heartbreaking old peggy. And he's in there with her just God and of course they bring that that around in the end of the whole thing So well great emotional effect but it was such a nice scene when he goes and sees her in this movie it was and it's just so so sad and it's she still manages to give him advice and helpful advice and it's just like such an obvious. Here's the sacrifice that Captain America made. This is all that is missed. All of that time is gone and now she can barely remember him out. She's as he's right in front of her and she does say something one of the themes I noticed in this movie that kept coming up is tearing something down totally and then rebuilding it. So Steve Wants to tear down shields and Pierce wants to tear down the entire system and she says she says something like that sometimes. The best way to to move forward is to start over and that is one criticism. I have seen not of this movie. But overall is that shield didn't go away and it should have for this to have more lasting impact and fury didn't die and some people think that he should have to make it more powerful. But you know I think it it worked. Yeah I know it was powerful. You know it was devastating. Yeah Natasha right tears. Yeah but it was. It was nice to see him. Come back I didn't want him to go away. Yeah no I agree. I never angry about that. And there is some level of while. This movie is quite different than the rest. I do feel a lot of superhero movies. If you're going to kill off a character that's like that's a bold. Generally we kind of go in with the understanding that in this sort of fantastical universe people might come back Which is an interesting segue into. I did want to go. I wanted to talk about buggies character. History a little bit so he the Captain. America came out in the early forties. The comics and he was there from the jump and he was sort of a He was like Robin he was like a kid sidekick which was all the rage back then. Because you want kids to have somebody to connect to but he was killed off and there was a joke among comic writers that there are only two characters in the comic book the Marvel Universe. You can never bring back uncle Ben in Bucky. So he was supposed to be you know Captain America's tragic thing that was at the center of his story and see how old is guilt about it when he when they bought the comics back in the sixties. Like the first thing he said was bucky. Because that's when he got frozen he was trying to save bucky so it was the central thing and they thought it would cheapen it so much if you bought bucky back right. So they didn't bring him back until two thousand four. When Ed Brubaker came on and he was he grew up reading these comics and he was an Army Brat and He was so upset when they killed off. Bucky like just page and he like written out all this these stories of the Cold War thing and he in two thousand four got tapped to kind of revitalize Captain America. And he already had this idea for bringing bucky back but now the tragedy is not that he died. Because you can't take away that tragedy. It doesn't work right. It's that he lived and this is what happened to him. I mean He. He became a hydra experiment basically. Yeah kind of mindless satis. No no memory killing machine and scene you see in the movie where they re reset his brain or they White House memories. That's so brutal. Yeah it's just torture. And the title is a reference to the summer soldier. Just Thomas Paine wrote about the summer soldier Being someone he won't answer the call of your country Okay and wind Vietnam. War came around and there there was this group that was protesting Vietnam veterans against the war. it was called the winter soldier investigation and John Kerry spoke at it and he said the country doesn't know it yet but it has created a monster monster in the form of millions of men who have been taught to deal and to trade in violence men who have returned with a sense of anger and a sense of betrayal which no one has yet grasped. So that's where the title came from interesting. Yeah and one thing that was really important to Brubaker. Is He really wanted to depict the ramifications of war in a realistic way so things like PTSD And as in his comic series which is pretty similar with the Winter Soldier. Captain America starts learning that Bucky sort became a poster boy for the war but he was brutally killing like he would scout ahead and kill people kind of that brutal aspect of you. Yes we are killing people And when Captain America realizes it's Becky that winter soldiers becky. This been this person. That's killing assassinating. All of his friends. It was such a. It was such a huge dramatic thing in Brubaker was really concerned about what people think of it but it was so popular. It's sold like going to second issue. Oh well loved it. And then throughout the bucky eventually gets his memories back of being bucky but that almost makes it worse because now he can remember that and he has to deal with what he's done and eventually Steve Dies and bucky becomes Captain America. But he does it out of an extreme sense of guilt so that sort of carrying of guilt. They bring that up in the movie. The Sam says that Ptsd the meeting. She leads of course. Yes. He's the best. So that's the backstory behind that character and win the screenwriters came on and they dug through like every iteration of Captain America which one they wanted to do. Yeah that was the one they chose. Yeah I mean it really. I mean it is interesting to bring back a character like that. They did it in such the right. Way Though. A enriched everything I think yeah I love it so nuance because their relationship between Becky and Steve is stored at the center of history especially for talking about the next movie in this trilogy. Civil war right is pivotal. And the relationship between them is. And it's somehow able to capture both being so heartbreaking because this was in the movies Big Brother Mentor character. Who Sort of taught him like stand up to bullies. Fight for what's right. Yeah so there's this inspiring beautiful aspect to that and then there's just this heartbreaking just full of grief part to two and be able to capture that and have that at the heart of this movie and the story it makes it feels so much more emotionally powerful. Yeah in that I mean and that's what Lee you know. That's why that final scene is just so hard to watch when his friend is beating him to death and cap doesn't fight back and is and you know in part of the part of what I love about cap is that he's a he's a super soldier and he and he heals quickly but it's not like a. He's a CYBORG. It's it's not like the bullet hole closes up while he's watching it like he feels pain and he gets hurt. And he's getting brutalized by by his friend and his eyes close shut ends just laying there looking at him and it's like it's an emotional like punch to the gut. Yeah just perfectly placed at the end of this movie. Yeah and I I really love. How Steve's trying so hard not to hurt Bucky but you have to save. He's literally facing the trolley problem of millions of people. Here's my friend trying to stop being. I've got to save these people and that scene where he like hurts becky in just the pain on Steve's face at he's having to do that That arm yeah and the saying of the line. I'm with you till the end and the line Ovalles. Gosh I actually. There's a song that's called. That and I sang Karaoke dressed as the winter soldier. Mazing it was awesome. Brought the house down. Oh I bet that's amazing. Yeah but you haven't this Luke skywalker moment where he decides. I am not going to fight you and if that means that I die here I'm with you. And then on the other side of that as the winter soldier the look on his. You can see the confusion not attacking. He as the winter. Soldier has never encountered anybody who wasn't outright hurt or kill him right and this is the first time and to see that. Play out as well as style. Yeah I think cap knows. That's the that's the way to solve this. Without 'cause he could probably he could probably physically outmatch him eventually but like he doesn't that's not the way he wants to do it. He doesn't want to kill his friend so he knows the way to get to finish. This is to give up and to try and find you know some cells in his brain that still bucky Barnes And not not this killing machine and he does and it works and he you know that's such a great reveal at the end when he he pulls him out of the water but they play that just right like they don't he doesn't pull him out of the water and then hold them in his hands. Say Steve Steve. You know it's me. Yeah duckie he He pulls him out of the water and he walks away and leaves some ambiguity there but he does there is enough of him in there to save him but not enough is not like he's fully back or anything that would felt fake. Yeah and that is something I really really appreciate about. This movie is because a lot of it is kind of. I can see representation of PTSD and mental health. And that just doesn't just go away. It doesn't get phased that easily so if they had done that would've felt so disingenuous and almost like this whole thing. Yeah it could've just been that quickly and it makes it even more as it continues and civil war and it's still hasn't been fixed. Yeah he still. Bucky is still struggling with. I don't really know who I am and I don't know why saved you. Yeah and I think that it's fantastic. That they did that way. Yeah and also the ambiguity of just not knowing where this character is headed like he dropped them off from the shore and walks away and as an audience member. You're not really sure what's going to happen next with him. Yeah and there's some wonderful symmetry there because I love one of my favorite scenes in this whole movie is when he makes his entrance for the first time because he hangs over the whole thing like a ghost like Natasha even calls him a ghost story. But he's just the way he appears and disappears into in smoke and but when I see him say Jackson Nick. Fury is in this epic car chase scene. Well Yeah I wanted to talk about that sequence. Suv It was. It was unbelievable. I'm not even a big car chase person and I always into that. It was yeah it was bad attention sell much tension ratcheting up the music building on it like is the cops are getting out there with God and you see the window. Integrity percentage going down in the cars talking to them and saying you know window integrity. Thirteen percent one. My God well then Goddamn it. It's one of the best chase scenes of seen in one of the best action sequences. I've seen I mean he's he's basically using that. Suv as a weapon at some point. Yeah Yeah and that's when I love it too because throughout the whole movie there has been this undercurrent of paranoia and tension. But you weren't sure why like nothing really been revealed. But you knew there's just this feeling something's off and that is when it just shifts and you realise. Okay there's a plot conspiracy or something killed Nick Fury and taken all of these steps to do it and so it's both somehow a steady building of tension but also like a cold like immediate. Oh this is what I'm dealing with and I realize there's a conspiracy. Yeah I mean it. It definitely has a lot of layers to it Who The screenwriters. I can't remember those guys to write that down The Russo brothers directed this sets. Christopher Markus and Stephen mcfeely yes in in you know. I'm not I was never ended those comics that much. But it never occurred to me in till you were kind of giving me the rundown that in the comic book world there are a lot of different versions of these characters and you can as a film writer you can. You can sort of pick and choose which direction you WANNA go An imagined. I mean to some of them. Overlap and you pick some from this captain America's series from this and just accept that comic book fans are going to be okay with weaving those together. Yes they definitely have done a lot of that. And especially if there's a popular elements for like something they know fans really dig. Fry One version and something else from a different version They'll combine. That's why Endgame when Steve is on the elevator the elevator scene and he kind of he says. Hail Hydra that. If you've read the comics that works on two levels if you haven't still works if you have that is very as a reference to a very unpopular series of captured America where it's revealed. He was a hydra agent the whole time. You're going to do that. It was it was a risk that it off. But it was supposed to be the whole doctor. Captain America's Hydra ill. But I wouldn't. I wouldn't have wanted to see that because like he's just part of what you love about. This character is his pure qualities and get the temptation to be like your exactly. That's the last person you would expect. Yeah but sometimes you just don't need to go there. 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Brought to you by Doritos taking the class of two thousand twenty Valedictorians to another level. So you have that great. Same Jackson. chase sequence and this is a movie that has So grounded in reality and has this great sort of a main plot about About Shield really being infiltrated by Hydra. And what you thought was was true is not true at all and it's a political thriller and a lot of ways but they still know where their bread is buttered and they have these amazing set pieces and action sequences The one of the beginnings amazing the Sam Jackson car when is amazing? And then that That highway sequence. Yeah I think that's good. I think it's mine too in a movie full of Amazing Action Sequences. That one stands out. Yeah so I love to that. You're they're driving and they're having this really intense conversation. You're not you're you're listening to that and then Bam the winter soldier just pulled that Congress dude out sit well such a good shock and then it combines elements of. You've got your your car kind of bit. And then you've got your gun fighting bit. You've got a grenade launcher. You've got excellent knife. Criag fee and the shield. There's just so many different elements they combined. That felt really new and fresh and exciting. Yeah Oh it was. It was fucking that ass no other way to say it that last sequence to that last fight sequences really great. Yeah on the Third Act. I mean. They're all amazing. A lot of people think that's why this is one of the better. Mci movies because for a lot of them. The critiques are there's the be the villain isn't that compelling and the Third Ambi who Robert Redford. Yeah so so. They're saying that this one did it right. But for a lot of marvel movies okay balance. Not that compelling in the third act usually bloated but this one it felt good anti really well done and Dr Rubber Advert Super Compelling Villain. And so yeah I mean like you said he kind of go seizes mystery. I'm trying to remember what I felt like with the reveal that it was bucky and if I knew that or not if I could tell I don't I can't remember the first time I saw this but I I think I remember that being a pretty good reveal for me at the time he added. Now I feel like I knew but somehow I'd forgotten or something because I definitely read. I've read about him before it. I guess I just didn't put it. Yeah but that is one thing when I go when I 'cause play Becky. People love it if they say bucky. I say who the hell is bucky? Ooh Yeah it's great and he just disappears because he he does just this ghost and the Chris Evans did a great job in that scene of having that shock and kind of played grief and sadness of this realization. And I do I I love the camerawork of there's a lot of hand held shots in this one is pretty fun. Yeah But when Samuel Jackson is really doubted now is. Suv is flipped from some Explosive Device and he looks out and the camera kind of is unfocused and in focuses then sheriff and the waiter shoulder just walking with him and that music cue I. I like to call his Murder Chic Very There's one or his hair is flowing in particular way. This looks like a fashion runway but for terrifying felt the fund. This movie has a couple of fun escapes escape reveals with the Whatever that lightsaber is. They're using to cut their way through the floors of things. That is handy a couple of times and it works really well both times. There's fun kind of you've got your political spy thriller thing going but you kind of your fun mission. Impossible spy game going so stuff like that and then when black widow reveals that she has. Cgi mask she got into the Council Meeting. That felt very mission. Impossible to me updated like really modern totally So I like that stuff to you and I it was able to do straddle this line of I totally bought that in this world in this universe those exist and it doesn't feel too out of the blue. Where did you get technology or is it been? Yeah I like the little just little things too like the little Security lapels that were actually devices to cut a hole in your stardom cod. That was so cool. I know about to toast with Champagne. I in the back of Pierce's mind thinking I could kill all of you right now. That is yeah. I just a horror movie. I'm telling you I know it really is Another one of my favorite parts is when The the reveal of the Falcon sued. Yeah when he finally comes flying in There's something about I don't know what it is but when I was a kid even though I didn't read the comics I was. I was into like the super friends cartoon and Hawk man something about the flying characters always really intrigued me like characters literally with wings. Not like Superman Hawk. Man was of my favorites when I was a kid and Falcon with those wings. Like there's something about it that that makes me feel like I'm ten years old again. Yeah and I love the for his particular character. It was para-rescue ng aspect to being this soldier with a jet pack like. Yeah Yeah I love that. They put that in there and he's clearly so competent. And so I can see my hand gaps in America immediately. Add this connection because he to see these ideals and when Captain America says you know. I can't ask you to do this. He's immediately like NOPE I. I'm going to help you because you need help. That's what I'll do. Yeah and just the suit itself like they did. They did a great job with iron man as well just so many fun creative ways to utilize both of these suits during fight sequences and it must be so much fun as a writer to dream these up and to basically be like. Are you know figure out how to shoot it? Because this is what's in my brain and the iron was the same way just so many clever or creative ways to use it in fights whether or not whether it's like hovering or using the power of the suit itself to drive the action And that's why it makes it so impactful whenever those suits are damaged Ironman especially but then in this one when Bucky rips off the one wing one point near like I remember watching last night and be like how. How's IT GONNA fix it? I remember like Oh that no. He's out yeah yeah. That scene is almost surprisingly impactful that he rips off his wing. And then Kinda grounds them and leaves Captain America alone It's funny having seen it as many times as I have. I still get past it. I know I mean it's a testament to the writing in these characters and that's what I love about. Mci They were always out to do something bigger. I think they always had a bigger picture in mind. That had a story line in these great character arcs and I don't know if you've listened to to Hodgman and I talk about the of injury movies but they always knew that the character and the had to be there. Yeah they can't it just can't be a collection of In that's probably because of the comic books. I'm sure they were that way. You can't just draw bunch of fun pictures and have a bunch of fun fights. Yeah Yeah and I am so impressed that they were able to create this. This universe where these characters in disparate movies do interact with each other and that the impacts of the winter soldier are directly felt in any movie. Non Captain America Non benders after that so I have so much respect that they were able to do that and generally do it really well. Twenty twenty two movies. I know it's big picture thinking. What did I read? Apparently Kevin Feige. He had like movies planned out till twenty twenty eight like they had that that far. She's new. Well that's how you do it right. You know. That's why I think a trilogy like the Matrix suffers. Because I don't know that they had all those in mind I think thinking ahead is really important and in terms of these marvel. Movies working like all the they. They knew that their North Star had to be that all. These characters had their own individual personalities. And you can't just say of injuries assemble and then all that goes away and there. There's just super bad as fighting team like all of their baggage in their personalities. Come along with every decision they make in all of the movies and They have such rich characters in history and they remained true to that and they never stray from that. And that really is. What makes it all work so well? Yeah definitely and just seeing it makes it more rewarding and I think that's why I you've probably seen it to you but lately people are releasing a lot of reaction videos of the first time crowd saw Captain America. Pick up mill nor and you know we were also into it and so excited and I think that wouldn't have worked if they didn't have these threads just go throughout and that payoff would felt so on earned if they hadn't done that so you got to care about these people. They don't have the costume on at times. Yeah and I love to you like Captain America. Kind of became a joke that he always has this inspirational speech and he didn't write it down and you can see it and this one when he comes on the inner comet headquarters and even says that. Yeah well that's the fun thing. Is they take the piss out of it a little bit. Yeah they can. They can get both. You know you can have this great inspirational speech and then have a character kind of made fun of a little bit. Then everybody wins. I D love that I love that scene and Hal immediately people. There's just this uncertainty of who you can't tell who is good and who's bad and then there's a standoff of okay. We weren't working for what we thought we were working for her right. Which is what I think. A lot of this movie is wrestling with. Yeah yeah good stuff. Great Movie I don't have anything else to you. My outline is ten pages. I knew I wasn't going to go through all of it but I wanted to be ready. That's why you're the best guest. I'm so I was so excited. I stayed up so late I got up early off. That's amazing I gotta I gotta research more and more. I know people have been asking about it and I didn't want to let the winter soldier down. I didn't want to let us down. I'll pencil. Un for Empire strikes back that is yours and and send me that pick of of the cost play pick and we'll put that up on Friday. Yeah yeah totally. Everyone will enjoy seeing that included. It's funny because I I almost all of my pictures are either in bad. Light are clearly. I'm drunk but I'll try to find a I'll try to find a a goodwood are always. I mean the costumes right there. Just set one right now. I I did want to stay. There is going to be show on Disney. Plus I think is supposed to come out September but it's been delayed but I'm very very excited about it very excited. What is it? It's called Falcon in the winter soldier. Oh that's right Oh Wow yeah. Yeah I need more Falcons. So that's a great way to do it. I think yeah. I'm gina the format. Is it going to be like a sort of adventure of the week man? Delorean thing or I think it said ten part like many series and the for the first. There's an over arching villain and it's Zemo from civil war which has very interesting implications for what that storyline will be so. I think it's it's going to be maybe a mix of both but there's going to for sure be a theme and the Falcon trying to come to terms with being Captain America what that looks like So that'd be for nasal. Yeah sweet I don't. I think I remember hearing about that but then fell off my radar. I hope it's not delayed that long. I hope not so excited for it. I know so many things that are being delayed any. What's going on sad? Well at least we have things like the winter soldier to Rewatch for work. Pretty good yeah and now I get to watch empire strikes back again for the One hundred fiftieth time. I think I've seen that more than any movie in my life and it's definitely hundreds of times. I think I I actually have a scheme where I'm going to try to do a play at all three of the original Chili from memory with costume. Because I got like Luke skywalker. 'cause play too and I'm going to post little chunk of it every day on instagram and then Mark Hamill will notice me in. My life will be complete. Oh boy that's why you're one of the Wonderful Human Zanex game thank you. I feel like that's a good use of my time for sure. Yeah why not? I mean we've got that right now time. That's true if somehow I still researching the winter soldier for way too long. Thanks for doing that. And thanks for being on and take care of yourself. Wash your hands and we'll set up empire strikes back for familiar like a few weeks from now or something perfect and this is great. Thanks for having me all right. Bye for more podcast from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm rocky can knock it and I want to invite you to listen to a new podcast from the Dodo. An animal saved my life. The DODO is the most watched animal storyteller on social. And now it's bringing those stories to life in audio since I was a kid. I've helped rescue some of the most vulnerable animals. 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