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Border Wars 6: 7 Days Until Fight Day, WBC Titles Arrived, Chris Vega Pulled Out

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Border Wars 6: 7 Days Until Fight Day, WBC Titles Arrived, Chris Vega Pulled Out

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This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease dot com welcome back ladies and gentlemen welcome back to another edition of the border wars series right here on the box voice dot com hashtag t._b. Podcast podcast wherever has tagged or use <hes> if you're just joining into livestream don't forget to hit that thumbs up on as it helps with the visibility of the show and it puts this show in the eyes of millions in order to get that grado coverage right so what we're here to discuss today is chris. Vega is off the card. He was our marine careen. He got called in to a mandatory duty and he can't pull out. I mean he can't he can't get out of it. You know it's a it's a bad rap for him and even worse for his opponent. Whose who's this stone esa where i came in a little late we're talking chris vega who has pulled out t- bonafide chat with do yemen not a christmas pulled out. He said that they had they have marine drills and the dates switched to next week and it's mandatory so so you know that was our patriot. Chris was the marine and greg is the army guy so now gregory morgan. Does it have a fight and and <hes> it's time to try and find a replacement with one week notice here mid east. One hundred ninety pounds these days yeah hey. I'm here in the heavyweight mid-east walking around out there you know maybe many want to shake it off a little bit. I don't know but we had to report that chris vega. Our marine is pulling out <hes> so we're one man short. Everything else goes as has planned. We still have what is looking like our main event. I think we're gonna do a poll. See who wins main event status because is we have a lot of people in the running for main event. Jemmy versus matte all out mexican affair for the w._b._z. Title in one hundred sixty eight pound division asia is up in the runnings for main event then you've got anthony edwards versus marvin detained freeman one hundred should in eighty five pound. A fair catch waited at one ninety five for marvin who has the opportunity to win. Not one but two titles are w._b._z. Brin new title on the line as well as a super w._b._a. Title on the line for that fight and that's another fight. That's in the running for main event then you look over to the fight that is making everybody excited. The fight has everyone one on their toes. The fight that seems to be guaranteeing action not only in the fight but the bill itself and that is south side ducey z versus lauren aka the maserati now once upon a time we used to say lauren versus whoever and ever since i i stepped in he's made his presence felt here on the show and i just wanna say look by accident. I said southside ducey versus warren. He's the one in the comments. He's the one in the border wars chat. Lauren has taken himself out. I guess he wants to go. Go into that mode. Yeah that that that that militant you know kill mode but do me has a fight first time in a few seasons that he has a fight and i spoke sorolla you know he's like what kind of number you gotta send any type of footage like every other fighter does and all that could be found on patriot and <hes> <hes> you know i haven't got any any response back but gear man just wait and his weight and yet a countdown is getting in closest seven days seven days left my correctly san fourteen days to fight day for sure seven days so everyone participate estimate in make sure you get in your rest. Make sure you get in your last minute adjustments. Don't wait for the last minute to start doing certain things you gotta be repaired because comeback day is five-time yes yo- someone's owes got the go as our very own edi bala garage who's going to be taken on. He's going to be facing santiago the silent killer no excuse me he's gonna be facing dr congo. Who's one dr congo's wanna know a dominican resident in new york city. He had his board awards debut. Versus versus santiago the silent killer in what was a candidate for fight of border wars five right like a candidate of the of the season thin and many people felt dr mepham. Go got to win but you had a contingency of people that fell santiago deserved zurve the nod hence why santiago's coming back versus joseph big supermax from texas one of the four horsemen that are now short leg with chris vega pulling out but anybody could. I said we'll be taking on dr congo in what i expect to be a high level heavyweight fight. I consider eddie to have some decent boxing skills and very good movement. You know it's funny. I know i know it could sound cheap and even i don't know kind of. I don't know jokey right but any might be our very own andy ruiz. He's mexican and obviously on own a border wars level. You know what i mean so no jokes necessary but he's mexican. He has the body type and he has that fighting style sparred sparred with him. He likes to be on the inside likes to throw hooks you know and he doesn't he's not afraid to fight bigger fighters. You watch him spar obviously myself six five. I've watched them swat soir robert ortiz six two and he submitted numerous sparring and he's got good lateral movement now. I haven't seen them in quite some years in terms of sparring like i i mean obviously we see what he submitted for this season but i haven't seen him in that light of movement since i was in the vegas jim with him and robert and we were all spawned <hes> but i like what i saw then he peiris well which is another thing that is important at this is level. If you have the you know i guess the the skill to be able to perry shots without you. I know really disrupting your guard. You might be able to have the advantage on your opponent whose probably at this level high hi gardening. You know what i mean high guarding not looking head down you know during the novice mistakes so if you're a barrier you can perry that jab and attack hat and put that man on the defense but are they gonna say eddie eddie shore eddie yeah. I remember seeing his flooded. She looks like he likes the wing punches on the inside <hes> <hes> you know he. He moves for a big guy now. The issue is kenny do that for three rounds 'cause if he could. We got a fucking good fight on his yet dr more phone. We're really impressed me. Zongo had no stamina issues that i remember no i mean and if he did did he had one hell of a poker face you know santiago we all know there's a volume punching you no doubt throughout the whole border were series has been known tone to touch that body and to be vying puncher he. He's not afraid he goes in on the inside of. I wonder how that how that's gonna work out. You know for dr congo fighting a guy like santiago transitioning over to a guy like blah blah blah blah do they have to me seems a little taller though nece is i am i right in saying that. I don't know he's in a chat eddie charlie. I want to say he's like five eight. Maybe five i if he's five ten. He's happy but i think he's five eight five six probably right well and look. I'm definitely a good judge of high like i'm so tall. I don't know it's difficult. It's a gauge people that are that much shorter you above the crowd chant i'm looking. I'm looking if i refereed these fight so when i was in the ring next doctoral phone go anywhere when i spoke to him and kicked it for a little bit <hes> it seemed that tov himself he seemed to buy that much by seven seven yeah. They're both five seven and he says both five seven so okay man. This is good. It's going to be a great match looks taller than five seven. That's that's one of those box wreck lies. You know what i'm saying. He does look taller. I mean to me rosser and like i said i haven't stood in front of eddie he so he he seemed to taller than than than dr congo but up if they're both saying that five seventy five seven men and that's good for me because you know it gives it a nice even matchup <hes> they're both heavyweights for a heavyweight more phone. Call was throwing punches men. Even towards the later rounds. He was launch oranges. I was actually impressed by that. Usually i mean we actually got to see some of the lighter guys on gas out this last puerto for series shot out the castle the hill gail and jimmy in i mean they have one. Hell of its date and fight is well. They were first time participants. They got to see how it is to get in that ring and really compete repeat at a higher level and the they'll tell you man get. Dan gas tank ready listen. We all know this photo or series. Was i started with a purpose for guys and girls that are you know love in the sport of boxing and just watching these professional boxes. Maybe wanted to give it a shot on their own. This is an opportunity they can get on this baltimore series where they go ahead and get in shape find the reason find that motivating 'cause in order to get off the couch and make the right decisions decisions in food exercise and even mental preparations. You're gonna go through all the <hes> all if not all of the same same things that these fighters go through in a real fights. You know i'll tell you want that. You won't be calling any of these professional fighters of bum. After you participated waited in his boat overseer that's for sure so dot com says the only problem with <hes> edible grass being the andy ruis of border wars is he's. He's favored against me. He's made it known. He's more skilled than me now. Can we really really say that. Do me say what that the border. Andy rees aboard. Awards in eddie is more skilled than more fungal mathon goes putting himself down by saying that eddie is favourite against him and that he's made it known own meaning eddie's made it known that he's more skilled than him but my phone go had a flight eddie. Yeah you make a good point because <music> honestly speaking guys listen to them. Tell some it's a whole hell of a lot different when you're trying to put these combinations together in an actual live fight. It's it's easy to put these combinations on the bag. It's easy to put these combinations on pads but experienced dusko deductible phone when my opinion in this now. I don't know what he's been doing. Eddie has been getting some good sparring whatnot. I don't know too much about his camp but i will tell you this. It's a whole different animal. When you step into that bought awards ring and you go ahead and let loops it's just totally different guys and i referred to jump in gill again because those are the guys that i actually saw they've really experienced. The <hes> the energy deprivation that goes off from round the round the round where you're not used to being in that ring and actively fighting. I mean this is why why we give these professional fighters so much credit and this is why we'd love this baltimore series because we get a chance to get inside. Look on what these fighters truly go through. You know it's easy to point out from the t. v. a. I coulda done this. I could have done that right now. Hell yeah. I mean look. I was a victim of that until puerto. Put me in the ring for the first time and i realize how difficult that was you know i had put on gloves before and i had street spa before like many any dude at backyard brawl in but it was never like this and <hes> it it definitely taught me a lot <hes> and matured me in the sport. You know there's certain words that i won't use unless i really feel that way in an amine how do you how do you feel about that. Though your first fight reporter i mean look you know for me. I was i was all good with dad because it was it was it was all about raising that profile you know about boosting the profile vow and putting so you know i had to take the job i had to make. Ariella sean looked like he had had to take but back that right there is what sparked the fi in me and open to be up to the idea and then obviously sleet first boorda was the inception of that you know to co host battling it out really triggered. It was like okay now. This is something anoc get into and we just continue from there here. We are season six pm and shout out to our alumni. You know are multiple border war participants vincent mauve and anthony edwards midi. Many is a guy that probably never miss. I mean he just missed. Maybe the inception maybe maybe or maybe the first two i don't know i don't think he was in florida but yeah i mean he's been a multiple ten d. There's just so many men in <hes> look i see mike briggs or big boxing accent so what goes on and bought the house of road journeys farm why i to bring you exceptional quality kitchen bath fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of a life well-crafted welcome welcome to the house of row time travel to find in the sixteenth century at the maryland renaissance festival ten stages food pub shopping jousting saturdays and sundays as to october twenty for tickets maryland renaissance festival dot com near annapolis in crowns bill was border wars is regular cajoles schmos man off the couch. You know that friend of yours. That's always calling someone a bum always saying that you know the fighter that he's watching on tv. We should throw more punches. Why lynn is hands go. We'll come step in israel. We go match you up fairly because no one's been knocked out and bought awards. No one's has been injured in border wars and no one's felt like they've been sabotaged. Misled treated unfairly in board was ninety percent of the people that fired ninety nine really come back. I mean the only one that hasn't come back yet and and you know it's okay to take one season office. Gusts right everyone else has been back though and sean do shanto shanteau gotta make a return man stepped up on his first fight against a formidable opponent so pro amateur and that's what happens. Sometimes you know guys has like eddie. They're like yo. I don't need an entry level fight. I was an amateur when i was thirteen. When i was fourteen. I had five fights. When i was thirteen. When i was fourteen i'm ready and then we see the performance of gill who said those same words you know and jemmy that never before just an army guy you know used his tactical skills that he learned in you know what is it combat training and really put it on gill who was supposed to have the amateur background here shut up jerry put that that that that militant maxium shadow aww jemmy for returning second season so not as two straight camps. You know that means that his awareness of the sport goes up. You know he's looking shape. He's looking into detail more technique. You know all those things the more you do it. That's all that's going to happen. That's going to raise look at shot out the south side do lucy. You know another guy. You know signed up. I believe he was one eighty seven or something like that. He's already at fight wait. He's he's super excited. <hes> <hes> you know he. He's happy that he signed up because it pushed him to lose the way and he's feeling great. He's gone for title shot and he wants to come back. He's already talking about fighting other people in the division. You know obviously because his fight is for bell eagle had to defend it and in <hes> most man. It's just a beautiful thing because a lot of was used for weight loss. Look it marvan that is the border wars story that when she was a little bit heavier and we could afford to follow him around with cameras because that would have been the one to take us the net flicks she no follow his journey as diesel mechanic that works third shift just had a newborn baby twenty four year old man young young just had a baby working thir- shift just bought a house you know got a lot on his plate just drove across the country to make vacation affordable audible while juggling training camp for the most dangerous fight of his border wars career because anthony edwards the queen city cobra is no slouch approach. He's no slouch. He's undefeated and he's a big threat. He's a fan favourite. There isn't a poll on board awards that has been made aide with anthony's name that he hasn't won and that's just facts. That's just facts. The public won't see him versus whoever they they know what they're getting reading from anthony and you know the tank marvin from texas. We knew what we were getting him. We've watched both his fights with with cantu you know and while me and marvin had had our fair share of back and forth you know my respect for him has grown tremendously because he stuck to his word he wanted to get lower. He understood he wasn't in a heavyweight and he wanted to be better and now i mean this is what i'm saying. It's more about fighting you know this is a community is more about wins and losses. This is like i i. I believe he's online. Hopefully he's not working and he could. He actually has one but <hes>. I believe i read something in the border. Wars chad to say that his wife wife like some more. She's happy you know with this version of him. Obviously he's got a she. She he's gotta be more appealing. He's lost sweet. He's looking good right now. He's taking pictures of you know so border wall yes boers is open to the public the doping yes we will find you a the rifi and again. It's a family. It's a family so don't think that we won't let south side ducey run loose on jio as if you come in here as a ringer trying to take advantage of a novice so if you got skill you say that and we find you the appropriate fight most definitely that's one thing the any printing and you listeners that listen for those who didn't know already. We take close consideration in the match ups. We make sure we do our due diligence so that we match etched. These fighters very evenly according to skillset definitely weight division footage is important unlike rowley hasn't submitted. It'd any and we're not worrying about it because you know doomsday is obviously skilled but it would be unfair for a novice to be signed up to fighting not receive any footage this late in training camp. We need real quick big up to mike biggs boxing on on the chat. He has a question not a question but he has some concerns. No forty four any wants to know. Is it too late. Well let me tell you something big's info job. Rohe's rohe's our oldest boorda wars participant and i believe he's older than you. He's fifty now and when he participated i want to say he was either forty eight or forty seven and he actually is been getting the issue so you might have an opponent because we again we like to match people according to the as four pretty young at forty four infos i think like i said forty eight to the fifties already but we'll see i mean it depends on your weight. It depends on your age. Obviously we can't have anybody you know die in netball fugger ring but like we will take care of you bro like it's a family thing like i really wish that some you guys could just be there on friday the day before and just watch the way in and watch how we just hang out. You know we do pad with each other. We are you know doom as a dude. It should be a train already. You know we're just waiting on t._v. To blow so that we could get a gym and he could continue his training on <hes> on a on a more private intimate setting but yeah. We got coach midi flying in from the u._k. Nausea flying in from the u._k. Okay anthony edwards from cincinnati will be flying in for this marvin from texas joseph from texas machine-gun matt from texas. You know you gotta <hes> boxing therapy believe coming from ohio right. What is what is three one three one three. One three stash should be to do. That's the google knows detroit detroit okay. Oh oh oh yes. He did say he was going to the gym right. I think that was him. You know jimmy said forty four twenty four words born. I hope it is because nick is one meter. Tom not retired. I'm telling ya i'm gonna be like l. L. adversity life this mike and mike on arm. Well think of think of it has the belt. I said this if this mike somebody get them l. l. versus. I'm i'm. I'm you know ooh. My girl probably laugh in next door this mama seeing it would have been more say hey mama inaugural right. Ben is though we're talking boxing and that whole thing was about boxing mma say knock you out and speaking of elk o._j. Man props to him still looking young still looking at shape he trains with a scooter shutout the debut hynick notice that i notice that in all he stays young men and listen. This is about us. S you know again trying to stay in shape you know doing some positive for allies is working out for marvin is worked out for a lot of the guys here you know and again you get a raise that libido. You know what i'm saying. You look better. You know you learn how to defend yourself self and your you. You're gonna find a newfound respect for the sport is just the bottom line like you truly will find a newfound respect. You're gonna get in there and you can understand that things aren't as easy as we saw andrew minutes or a lifetime. Let alone loan three because you know the bulk of the off the couch participants will never fight three minutes. You may train three minutes which will never a fight three minutes and let me tell you training and fight. Is something totally different. That's why i want dr congo for these last seven days look in the mirror and understand understand that he has experience and that he may become an end as the favourite in this fight now <hes> do we. We don't know if clearly have the <hes> the main event i'm still i'm still a little unclear about it. Hopefully clear that up for me on on who is the main effect because you've got you've got a couple of people who exactly is the main event not not too clear on that. I think we need to do oppo because again. It could be marvin and and and anthony simply because they have seniority right. I mean marlins too or no aunts to anno- ants. It's coming off the biggest win of his career. He just be you know s._o._g. Who is obviously a border wars at least pound for pound right or top five a fighter and anthony that win so there's also two belts on the line remember that anthony was the mandatory to jose jose jose duct them and you know vacated the belts <hes> well he he claimed injury vacated came back sci-fi safai an pulled out so they're fighting anthony meaning anthony marvin are fighting for the two vacant titles of the last and only unified champ jose local sands from canada he was w._b._z. and ring magazine they stole the belts has to be said he sold the belts kept them <hes> so obviously by new hardware <hes> we got those sent then elsa looking fresh and i can't wait to put those belts around the the. I know it's going to look so good to take a picture with those three winners with those w._b._z. Man that's going to be so and you know we've been made so many approve of the bourgeoisie morgan is in chatham sorry to cut you off as i feel deeply for this man he's accident if there's any replacement for vega and we are looking for one and there's a possibility that there will be one on for you. The problem is is just going to be too. He might be to experience for your brother. He just might be to experience. You know the only thing within your wait available at the moment we still got seven days and we don't know what can happen but but <hes> the only thing within the weight at the moment omen available is midi and midi midis experience. You know <hes> so you know you don't want your first fight to be eh an uphill battle but you could also data be great you could de great you could go in there and one of two things can happen the andrew ruiz story simple as that no one believes you're gonna win and you lose and no one cares because midi was that experience various and you were supposed to lose you know or you could go in there and win and everyone kids 'cause medieval so experienced that you were supposed to lose that you are now the the cinderella story cinderella man and look at them. I man says i'm okay with more experience. If that's all this available champs share status. I should add shannon briggs. I was saying another day talking to a man. I should've fucking adam. Say chance for boorda was down. That's what i'm seventy two fucking assistant assistant imagine like let's go chip o. Rien no man was glasgow chip fuck that drop the ball and then he went to london in london guys to do it but i'll good all good one sixty eight you. I even tried to call doomsday's cousin yesterday and he's like you're told you can't do it for this on an even been training. I was trying to get you someone more in your you know all will will house will houses the words right <hes> so yeah man. I mean we'll have over. It's not real quick just to get an idea of how many titles are on the line. How many title-fights just three title fights out algorithm. I wanted dan l. Ricky swift before bell at fifty four to but that never happened. I never got word back from them but it would have been good to put a belt because we got fern down there and you know that lawrence natural way is fifty four so he wanted today to be great great witness at one sixty versus ducey maintain. Try to seek a fight at one sixty if not go down again a fifty four and and fight the winner donal and ricky swift for that bell one hundred fifty four pounds yes but they're so this border was sixty sixty eight eighty five sixty sixty eight in eighty five five four titles titles <hes> and now we're down to what eight the house of road journeys far and wide to bring you exceptional quality kitchen and bath fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of a life well-crafted welcome to the house of grow twenty bucks. You swear you're going to read a half dozen sweaters courtesy of grandma. There are countless things you cherish on the inside of your home. That's why there's james hardie fiber cement siding on the outside tide discover the unrivaled protection of fiber cement siding for your new home at james hardie dot com or seven fights. We anthony the edwards versus marvin freeman is one jemmy versus matt machine-gun sued dr congo eddie three santiago the silent killer versus mrs joseph supermax big supermax at four four lauren versus outside five ricky swift versus fernandez fernandez six got morgan out where morgan is gonna take omitting holy shit we'll. We'll talk about that magi. I'm still going to try to find you. Someone that is a little more in your skillset but morgan versus meeting and we got boxing therapy versus colander destroyer. Oh kind of been a silent silent horse. We never seen him though he's all talking from from what i see and look very good talk. We were him with him. In texas right it was and he wanted to fight with anybody again. You know him and lauren scared. People away with how brave they are so it's their bravery lives up to you know talking like we got to see is skill behind that i mean i got mike biggs against. Let me know i get these heavyweights. Might we can accommodate. I'm a heavyweight mike. I'm just not forty four but i'm forty. I'll say this. This is my second forty one. I gotta take my own age man. You messed up forty one on my what i thought i was forty chan yeah pretty much like almost half the fights title fight. This is going to be a good one is it is it how many what was the total we i mean. Maybe maybe close close to eight but we got three title fights unless anybody you know drops out we've got. I like my like any network brother. You need them title fights for t._v. You know what i'm saying but it was overdue for anthony edwards you know he was really supposed to be crowned. As the unified champions last time out at boorda was five and the titles titles were not on the line jose and that's why you know i lost respect for jose man because he knew what he was doing all along he was saying he was gonna mail those titles out and then all of a sudden <hes> and he could he says it's too expensive to mail amount and then all of a sudden it goes from os expensive to i'm going to pay for new ones and then i'm. I'm not paying for shit. These are my belts. Fuck ya and it's like damn you know what i'm saying so it was always planned but it's stepped us up because his w._b._z. w._b._z. While you know it was a great one because it was given to me by the gratiot sue lamont. It's all good you know because that wasn't that one was great because it was a special edition. You know that was the special edition. It was sir. It was a joint belt that they would adidas so special but you know the authentic and you heard earl spencer on the face to face ace the green belt as the belt that everybody wants his is in that you know that's what jose has what he's going to have on his wall. It's not i'm not going to be this w._b._z. Title that has the faces of floyd and mohammed ali. You know mike tyson the true champions that held this title in the past. He will never have this it. It will never sit around his shoulder. The way that this one does because it's not i designed the same way he will never have this heavy gold encrusted plea because that one is in this one is a special edition so you know he goes to keep his and we get to upgrade boorda wars with better hardware which i'm sure is going to make the gentlemen fight harder for anthony who comes into the ring with a mask like deontay wilder like deontay wilder. He has put all his opponents now. I'm sure he's gonna gonna fight harder because now he gets to fight for the bell that deontay wilder has <hes> you know same thing for his opponent marvin all the contestants but title fight anything you want to add i know you you've been having a lot on your plate. You're taking on an opponent on an opponent unknown from florida. No footage completed a move yeah. Yeah you know what you know. Thanks for for for for for bring that up because i'm pretty sure a lot of the guys that <hes> top precipitating have experienced some some bumps on the road. Maybe you know i'll always say the greatest fighter in a box has is outside the ring you know like hit you hard life can bring it down to your knees and <hes> you know shit happens sometimes. Sometimes you can't train. You got responsibilities. Look on marvan. He's a great great story for motivation on throughout all kids new house everything everything he's <hes> he's persevering in pushing through and still managing to lose all that way and preparing himself for this fight me. I had to move in. I know it was just a lot of things happened. At the same time. So you might training hasn't been that good might <hes> might die. It hasn't been that good but i persevered still managed to go even when i don't want to wait in yesterday s of an inglewood a sweaty shirt and shorts you now full of sweat. I was too old six so i'm not i'm not out of shape weight. So i'm good i'm good but i'll just overweight eight drastically andy style drastically and the release put me on story and that's the worst thing he could do. People was hitting me me up like damn ness. Getting a little heavy got man. Boobs negus hit me up left and right. I'm not going old school. That's all is aw is all do me for us. All i kept says dooming for do me now but but save this is not true though when you gotta fight you are extra motivated slice that fire up. There's no more excuses and this is what i mean about what this border war series does to a man or woman because we haven't had the women yet but who snows. We have a woman she's coming. I just need someone in the one thirty one thirty five dishonor. You know we got nauseous. She came twice. She ready to fight vice. She got a quick actions. National definitely want to know sauce for me. How much you think amanda ways <hes> um. How how much does a nicer way. Do you not think nausea 135 hit nausea to who knows because you know amanda shorter so she she might be within that weight and that would be a good fight. Good name to bring up you know she. She's in in the gym that will that will be sad if she accepted because that's a fight the bill duck that's the inception of the first women's bat in our border. Were definitely would be a a. I now so you're gonna go dead air on monday. Get to some calls while i'll text share well. Let's get to call is dan because we go ahead and talk about this all got at santiago and california good morning champs silent killer in the building good morning guys what's up not much one more week to go before the fights before everything. That's going to go down and you know to be honest. <hes> you know after closing out camp on thursday. I still think that it's quite surreal experience and you really think about everything anything that's happened ever since border wars force. I started you know from co-hosts hashing it out <hes> with each other to you guys hashing it out to each other to making it open to people like me joe foreign golly to participate really experienced said and and like you know before you know what you have <hes> you had like east coast trying to represent each other the west coast to east coast team texas team canada added <hes> and it's been <hes> it's been a very surreal experience where you get to see you know a bunch of average joes not only really put in the time that occasion that a professional provider would put in to train for a five but also see the love and support that you see everyone give to each other at the end of the day when it's all said and done you know i i still remember how everyone was when we saw anthony edwards versus <hes> garcia and everyone just lost their minds but then at the end of the day you you know we were all family. We all hung out. We all had a good time with each other after the fact and it's just kinda like you know it's been it's been a good thing and if anything you know when we see the <hes> the whole case i love him paul for we look at that as like. That's you know the treatment border wash right there in <hes>. I know that one day it'll get there for for all of us. Santiago man you know <hes> we've been watching you steadily grow in this border wars series as as a puncher in an active fighter <hes> any adjustments you might have made around this cap any new <hes> things you might have worked on that. You might have thought that you needed to work on this summer up. <hes> not necessarily just more refinement of anything working more on being able to block better better working on my head move and be more consistent trying to fund your veteran combination had a three rounds of sparring last week with the guy that i've been i've been regularly spying that two hundred and twenty really solid build pretty hard pretty fast and on wednesday i did four rounds with fern gully just to <hes> pretty much everything that i've been working on with that guy into practice just <hes> see what to do and <hes> uh i feel good. I feel ready. I feel that <hes> whatever whatever <hes> joseph has to bring to the table confide night i'll be able well to not only handle it but i'll be able to give my own <hes> impressions on him to give him some second thoughts when he tries to get in there with me because someone participated. They didn't pass already. You know that experience was come in handy for sure they experienced does come in handy and correct me if i'm wrong. This is your third border wars ars. This is my third border wars. <hes> this is like my quickest turnaround too because you guys i do not was there <hes> and and for the <hes> josh refi two so two months three months <hes> that time i did that on on short notice you guys already know at this time i had the chance to <hes> put in the work i needed and really focus and zoom zoom in on some things that i hadn't really been able to work on in the past and <hes> having someone to work with to someone to do pat. We're having a guy in my way who's almost as that's did you say you. You know you get into win this. Tom and i don't i'm not the cocking on. I'm not that a._b. Guy that goes out there and insys shit but you know what i'm gonna come in there to do what i always do. Put in that work and <hes> you know what you know. A lot of people thought i want my last fight so <hes> you know ensuring a win one thing but it's it's just making sure that those edges actually <hes> give me the wind this around now i know most sliders don't like the look past their fight hey but like all you look into call out more phone wargin if he gets the win or the winner of go you know be there yeah. I'm definitely interested in that five for sure. As you guys know <hes> when i was i supposed to do you supposed to take on while they have so who knows oh. You know depending hires than goes. I get a rematch right fight. The guy was supposed to fight in the first place. Stand <hes> if he wins. We'll just see whether or not <hes> he doesn't he. Doesn't you have to have another replacement on hand for sure for sure so quick that cookie in that cookie jar. Listen people always talk about you know heavyweights. They don't gotta worry about diet. You don't have to worry about what the e. In all they're just this debt in the third but like how how how how important is the diet also for the heavyweights daryl well. The dieting is important. You we wanna make sure that you're not over indulging or anything but you know also like you know in hindsight also as we've seen in the case of andy reid you know your performance is all in like how you use everything you've done to actually show people that you're fight ready. You know because anybody can be in shape. You know anybody can look like a tim bradley or an anthony joshua but if you're the guy that can make out of there in one round and the guy that looks out of shape is the one that's talk putting the wind out of your sales then you're already know who's the one is better prepared for a fight well so let me get. It's a some other caller stick around. You never know <hes>. We're going to go out to that. One white boy talk to me john where the do not a whole lot of not a whole lot of shit talking today but we've lower net. He's focused attorney in the gym. It's funny funny. You call in about loren. Loren texas me about chew. He is focused. I think well i think that's what it is. First of all oh he's west coast and secondly. I think he listened to show on the playback has last saturday. He's like yeah. Let me just go to some. I mean you guys. Everybody wants lauren but this is what what i'm saying. He's easing a side. I gotta say these eisai because you wanna fight him. He's already got a fight. There's going to be others but whereas whereas this he's scared you gunshot. He talked on that shitting being gun shy. He's like he's like a ha. Ha is that preacher boy in the chat in his as the house of road journeys far and wide to bring you exceptional quality kitchen combat fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of a life well-crafted welcome to the house of ro twenty bucks. You swear you were going to read a half dozen sweaters courtesy of grandma. There are countless things you cherish on the inside of your home. That's why there's james hardie fiber cement siding on the outside discover discover the unrivaled protection of fiber cement siding for your new home at james hardie dot com goliath boy got you only only use it motherfucking reach i can't he hid the bag so he got out the chat and i'm not sure why you get up to chase now. I just find myself reinsuring. Jim and i need to dial in and focus our shots puckett last week. He was at work flipping burgers at fucking burger king member. He called you. Gotta break on on the larry's. I'm just saying saturdays at saturday. You know what i mean. This is when we do. This shit said his game baby. We're controlling later in the day. Anyways hit him up yesterday and i'm like yo. Oh you will happen to have an extra hundred and sixty eight pound anyway out. He's like damn happen something like. I told them you know. The gregory morgan's opponent chris pulled out and he was like. I don't know if i find somebody but what about preacher boy hey but i can't last night four session on my chest the guy he didn't even say principle ever he did he said would about the pecker would preach take cool. You can call me whatever you want in con- like i said nick condo matter the gregory morgan light. That's what's up man. He stepped up in meat. He's a tough fight but look if you're gonna. If you're gonna give me now is the time you know attache last week. You're you you. You got him on a contract on seven weeks you know so. He got one week notice yeah. That's horrible a proper this man. He's one you said needy. Eighty wave one ninety mortgage one sixty eight but we know media fucking ninety. There's no way mercedes one ninety four ninety in talknet one seventy right now. I bet alp chatchai. That's our coach. I'm pretty sure yeah well morgan. Is that like if midi sees the skill level was not there. He's not gonna you know he's gonna. He's gonna he's. He's gonna teach him. He's not gonna beat him now. It's no disc. That's just how it is. That's how that's how you learn. You know what i mean yeah so people are saying he's alenia. Lenient champ listen midi in terms of bell. The issue was that we always knew he was a skilled z. is because we follow follow him on his white collar boxing so the plan like with most promoters you gotta get a guy like medias like the sergio martinez story. You know where you strip sergio you give your belt his belt to charge and then you make chavez fight sergio so that's kind of what's happening. Lauren induced are in mid east division they find for once. They got the belt what they do dot midi publicly they. They don't have to take that fight emitting going to become a champion and then there's going to be about peukan midi but we wouldn't have been fair to just this. Give it straight to because we already knew he was that skill. It was better to find the opponent that could possibly match. I'm in now. I mean we're in border awards six now many opponents i mean anthony edwards want some amaechi. Dumi ever gets his shit together. Maybe he could get awesome omitting machine-gun matt. I know he's a a novice to people but he's taken this shit all the way serious so we never know what he's is. Gonna look like in four fights. You know what i mean mitt. He's older too. You know it's not like he's gonna stay spring chicken forever these these hundred sixty pounders one hundred fifty four pounders. They're younger rick new blood coming in after ricky swift davis. If he beats down now fernandes he's one hundred and fifty four pound but he's under thirty or thirty. You know even donal if he beats ricky he. He looked strong from video late. Why can't wait to see them. In person i got to see ricky person. He spoiled with only a couple of weeks ago but like i get to see but you never know what turns into like that's what i'm saying. Border wars is evolving at this point and a guy like southside if he beats lauren. He's not giving up. He made that clear you know so he's gonna fight and that's how you get more experienced guy into a title shot you know off for everyone just tuned in. Please uppercut that thumbs up by helps us with the visibility to show if you don't know what we're talking about and you just tune in this is a border wars update closer and closer to the date comes fights will be lady. This is a chance in an opportunity for guys. Is it watch the sport who love the sport. Get some fire under their ass. Go ahead and get in shape. Get motivated and do the right thing in order to prepare for battle. This is something that you know it's helped so many of the of the participants you know the change the <hes> the way the e- you know things have gotten a lot better you know in the bed i it just does a plethora things for your health right and it's just a great opportunity for people from all across the country to come together and just vibe man you know after the fights is just the celebration you get to meet different people different backgrounds. It's a lot of love and it's never been no beef. If this is nothing about this has nothing to do with about beef. Nothing gets serious. This is a very gentleman oriented sport and we carry it. Wait professionals carry you know for sure for sure <hes> that is the beauty we've never had anyone get upset with the decision addition and and want to have a street fight and and curse at the wrath like bowman our meet ups before and after epic we we have dinners together together breakfast together. The one we did. It in florida was amazing because we went to a brazilian buffet. The gave everybody a bottle of wine so it was like thirty five. It was like thirty participants at our table each with a bottle of wine. We got out of their liddy. You know what i mean so yeah yeah minutes community the community man think of fight club fight club with with the amateur and pro pro rules. You know 'cause as you know <hes>. Nobody wants to just do amateur shit wack. You know what i'm saying. You need them. Belts amateurs given out corny bells they give now. I wanna fucking bert sugar bell. No fucking snow is a sugar belt isn't that it was because sugar sugar birch tournament. I listen listen. We're not knocking them. We not knocking them. I'm won't all due respect w._b._z. Belt dinette exactly that's all we're treating. We're treating our participants with you know with the with the belts what's that you know the professionals are fighting for indian we buy their own touches to to to our events and in the end we we try to make make it the best experience possible for all those decided up. You know we have great <hes> ring entrances in this time around. We're going to have that covered even more in order to have nice nice highlights you coming in you guys. Wanna come in you know <hes>. I don't know how we're doing this time. I don't know if there's going to be colors or everybody's coming in with their own style. You know aunt comes comes in with the deontay wilder in a grim reaper mass. Everybody has their own style so you can actually maserati online maserati online. Now you know what speaking of uniforms no uniforms this time because we didn't even talk about that you know that she completely completely. You just reminded me that but let me tell you first of all. I use the uniforms last time everybody. Everybody had their own flair like some of them. Did there's some of them. Didn't i made shirts for i was tied to i wanted everybody where the border wars shirt did so mamma let them do what they want until we get a sponsor that will give some nice uniforms. You know i mean i. I'm not saying last year is worrying nice. There was good title was nice. I just had i would rather they use the title shorts with the boat awards shirt but whatever let's get to these callers we got four. G. set up lying the in signed exactly that i mean that dude larry's bro he scary but you know he needs to be worrying about the you so someone more has aged fifty six shit. Let's go out to a i wanna say the self-appointed right because he's appointed wanted himself the bronze obama of border wars. I believe he uses the mass and that's that's like his swag. Anthony edwards queen city cobra do bomb squad squad. He's just kind of rolling. Roll down a bit of a bit of go. Get a little workout in you yeah a little bit surreal. I mean you you find for two belts to beautiful too rare. Yeah i mean it should be. You should be nice. You know look the esi marvin chat. He's talking about. You know those belts yeah needs to be this. You know i'm gonna look good. Come home with two builds <hes> my neighbors no way to see this acute. Whatever you say whatever you want to tell you to make you feel like you could do this. That's good ah time around you know you your your veteran in this obrador see resent you know you you've never lost and it looks like your game plan and and the way you do things has been working out for you. Anything you might have done different this time around <hes> differ learn from this camp and the wrath camp <hes> not a ton of stuff different. I actually the funny thing about it. <hes> this might actually be able to better because his <hes> last if i was injured quite a bit you nama still fight <hes> mario <hes> i couldn't really really. I couldn't really try that much. 'cause my knee was doing you know my new still hillen. Should then i came into the cruise kind of picked up where i left off which is is good. I really got a little better shape. I was still limited in some ways but this time man. It's been pretty contest. You know stepped up the workouts couch. You know <hes> jim. They gotta amateur frejus it constantly get ready for the next flight and it's not like i can walk talking and you know dial it back in and slowly catch up. Now i gotta. I gotta hit the ground running when i start so you. I didn't know they're not they're not waiting for me and i'm not trying to be left by so it gets into. You know you know you said it perfectly no you you know fighters say it. All the time in the office says it all the time. You never a hundred percent. You know you never one hundred percent. You deal with little kinks little things the happened. During training and you know it gives you that either you could either you either you pull through it or not and i think that it's a mental the push for fighters <unk> that have small injuries and things like that because it's easy to say you know what i'm injured. Enough is enough end of the day. We always recommend that. There's an injury you can't push through. You know. It's no sense of you. Being a you know pry full of pride and ego but you know you never one hundred percent men in when you you get in there you notice that in not notice but you remember that you know we'll fight with the pros. Go through. It's it's hard you gotta push through the i mean i can't remember. I can't remember the last time i was one. Hundred percent. You know is always little shoulder kinks hands of probably sore but you push push through yeah. That's true. I definitely add quite a few kinks. I hurt my back early. Can't <hes> spar man. I i was literally really spawn weren't around and and i think i pivoted to the rider summit. Something threw a punch and as it so my lord back up and i have quit the they quit on his stool and that and that will these things happening but i feel this this cat this this capital. I feel good man. The injuries limited. I started meal. You know you you in there. You start to work our way down on and and wear you out entire. You out like he's like okay. I can push through it. <hes> i'm starting to peak. I'm starting to feel it so that just happened. A couple of days. Go is like i kinda timed it right. Which is i was born for the not kill myself too much so i don't get hurt and enshrine and then turn it up when astound turn it up and turn it down to. We're still seeing bodies not to cut you but it's no secret that you are one of the most in shape eight looking <hes> participants in boorda words janette in you know let's give credit is always shape so i'll be curious like house that diet looking or you just like my man. Message is god given natural ability. You tweak anything away. Hey from yeah. I mean 'cause you. Mariah obey a basically dropped twenty pounds for the first for the first border war so it wasn't like i was you know an amazing shift the give all in bidi bidi media about the same size of eighty ninety. He really might be one night because that was easy before easy. Well probably ninety because greg is one eighty five so that means that greg gets midi thirty pounds above this fight way. You might make me history right now. Midi a i an old ordering minute. Let me get to some other callers. We've got southside ducey talk to me south side. What's the take off mute. 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I woke up yesterday at one sixty point eight. I'm slim fit in shape man. I'm ready to go so where's this. Where's this fucking fiat it man let me let me get on islam broke. He definitely on the line he oh. He don't don't duck his brother. Come come on. Let me me you're bad at the chat and nobody her for you but you meant type nearby behind sinoe <hes> s on the fall harlot you yeah so so how's it been man. How's it been. I seen a small man. I say it is it's been it's been different. I'll i'll say that for sure <hes> just fighting in a brawl and a street fight ain't the same as as jumping ring and actually preparing yourself for a battle. You know what i mean but i'm confident i know for a fact i'm gonna come out strapped to fuck up. Excuse my language you know green waste. I'm be ride home on a plane to staring at it you you're not. I mean beautiful green tent. I think i might worsen green shoes or something to match my built do so how tall are you because i seen you. Scorn scorn dude waits hall away longest so that definitely right then and damn checking the box for confidence courage bravery. 'cause you know no you. I ain't gonna front. I tell do me all the time. I hate when people stunt. I get butterflies to do when i do. I'm like damn sizing the gym. I see any heavyweight. Some size out like is that's going to be bored and do the dude in the footage been fighting for like sixteen years to beside- besides that yeah you've been fighting for like sixteen years but he liked thirty thirty one or some shit he'd been editor since he was like four thirteen thirteen foreseen us and shit. You know what i mean but besides that you know a faisal fight may everybody you go get them butterflies but you gotta learn how to harness that energy and use it to your your vantage. You can't get in there and get scared. Blow your low but it do make you react a little faster. You know you want sixty standing in front of somebody. That's one ninety two hundred longer mall. You're ranging. You don't want to talk that much. You know so you gotta be on your shit a little bit but it argued you compare when you come face to face with the real deal. You know what i mean. Okay so i'm looking forward to this fiber. Well one thing can be said. I'm standing. There were arguably the most coveted the most brash the most vile participate superior in border wars. You know what i mean so if y'all listen to yelling for nothing but a tree because i'm telling you i'm pressing his front foot. He had to show me some. He had to give me a call for them. 'cause i come to fuck around so you try to hurt a box because you boxing in the smarter and understand it could be because your opponent is taller longer and more experienced so you that's affect and not only that i was trying to you know how it is. I'm trying to learn. I'm trying to learn how to tom the right in and get out of the way and just all type of shit. You know what i mean so when you in there you really working on some shit but i can say confidently. I worried about the rams just yesterday we have some people come from another gym down a modum and if anybody being jim y'all know you work with the people in your g._m. Other people from other gotta find you. Gotta fight. You hear me you gotta fight by not being there screaming at people talking to people what you do come on. Give give it work you hearing about you talking or you got. Oh aw listen. I just know i just know fighters physical and psychological. You know what i mean so if i hit you unless i'm gonna talk to. You all let you know i'm right here. Were so no don't go nowhere. I'm cutting ringo. Put my head right in your chest. What are we going to do more income highlight switching though so you switch indo light right i told you i always been like that my whole life you know what i mean depend on own the ring and while i'm at position my switching punching interface with three dabs grab from the left part here roll out whatever it takes. You know what i mean. I mean i'm not gonna front. You're doing well with a do has more experience than you in solar than you but i i don't think this guy's lawrence style lawrence going to bring the fight to you but that's what i'm prepared food way below and only got ten minutes for work so let me put him on and bring you back go forlorn. Oren you gotta. I'm you know i had the mutual to fucking car door ringing in all this craziness. Hey go now do story what's happening. What's happening joe. You're you're the world want to know the headlines. Reading lauren leaves the chat like you know what's going on. We've reading on boxing. See you left the chat. You know <hes> sometimes a man. Just gotta you know putting those to the grindstone and really focus. I'm not gonna lie man. I was until i saw that sparring footage. I thought i was going to have a pretty nice. I walk in the park. You know i thought i was going to be strolling smoking a blunt on my walk out but <hes> i realized that i had to start getting a few things tight so <hes> i've been working real hard these last last couple of weeks. I didn't need any kind of distractions so so wait for one. What i hear here do me is a he's giving credit southside ducey for the spine so i wanna now. What did you see <hes>. I saw that he was getting good. Workmen huge over the high caliber opponent who is taller than me more experienced than me and he was holding is out. I mean you know i've done the same with bigger more experienced opponents also that's part of working in any june like you said like you said you work with whoever the fuck you got around you so that <hes> that impressed me you know i didn't know what kind of work was getting. All we had seen before was him dropping his job hand off some dum boom stick shit so i was excited to see him. <hes> you know actually be thrown. Some other was guys. This is why it's important it's important and we implore to all the participants and participants to i think in my bed and that's why we implore you know to all the participants that have participated already in the border wars into those for those who are looking to participate we ask asser footage <unk> brings it brings for militarization amongst the fighters also brings them out there to to to the audience. You know people what people wanna get behind lorrimore. Araya people wanna get behind southside oopsy. People wanna get behind the seattle. They'd also every body. Is you gotta understand what we ask for. Your footage is not just for the your opponent to see it. It's it's sure that you're introduced. Properly introduced and people can get behind you. <hes> another still some people that that need a a go ahead and present footage so again. This is a requirement so requirement. We've been a little loose with it in this photo or series but again. It's not for any advantages or for anybody to see your secret game plan. Listen is a three round fight. It'll be over there game. Lam decides sides punches in bunches. Aim is a righty <hes> south south one zero timothy. He said let's go three rounds. You got ten nine nine nine nine nine. This is all about me. This whole thing is all about me you. They're on the sidelines bro. It's all good man. It's august. I'll tell you one thing though it's not like i saw anything that worried me. I mean he's standing on eastern. He's standing ending on a on a ten round. Fucking peg-leg barely moving. He can't get out guy walking around tamale wants. I'm gonna kinda use the same game plan. I think me and him are in there and i'm fucking key. He my job long in his bedroom up. I'm extremely confident. There was nothing. I saw that sparring that i thought i couldn't handle. There's nothing that's barring. I didn't think i could mimic in my own gym. You know i only i only send sparring in was with my homie paul who also had a fight last weekend and we were doing some lighter. There's touch stuff. You know i i get. I get better response. I get hard sparring but you know. I may not want to keep that close to the chest high. Gotta fight someone like midi. Maybe you know what i'm saying and how how's how's the diet been. I guys fighting of classes tech. I'll tell a your brothers. Oh guaranteed in this five minutes. It was written in time out of my control to anybody's control. I tell you sound so it is bro i i haven't had i've been eating like a fucking king bro. I'm thirty five hundred four thousand calories a day one hundred fifty hundred fifty the east one hundred thirty to one hundred sixty grams of protein just through the snack system allowed and man. I can't gain weight ro. I'm not even gonna cat. I'm not even gonna cap. I've been eating like a motherfucker. The only way like one hundred and fifty seven pounds right now hamas seven okay that was after. I sweat out yesterday. Damn l. a. using the photos i've been i was sending to the chatman. I've been eating like i've been eating three squares and just i'm a chef. You know what i mean. I'm around food all day. I've been eating like a motherfucker all day. I mean when you're eating in the kitchen that weight work and so. I don't mind it so i'm eating gotta. Take some of your time and talk about your fido so we need to know about the destroyer izzy making weight boxing therapies on the law and i know me but i i'd rather i'd rather therapy here from you. <hes> that colin is making their hours as therapy real quick therapy i i i definitely i want to apologize on behalf <unk> of my friend call in <hes>. He's confident he's gonna make the way. He works very nice gift. I know he hasn't called an he's working. Hard your opponent. There's gonna show up. I'm been in that position before and you know it's a credit to you too that you're still confident in this process still call and despite the fact that your opponents on his silent gangster sangster ship but i'll tell you this why we're gonna bring a fight right to you bro so be ready for sure man <hes> we. We got to see colin in texas a little bit where i will i did. I didn't get any footage on but seems like a confident dude. I mean you got a whole pat. You help her men. Were doing yeah i did. I did and that's what i'm saying. I mean the guy looks like he's clean. I haven't seen him you the inaction so i'm very excited to see him. Put together a little bit of power that i did get excited to see what he does. Bring because again and i always tell you guys. It's easy to do it on the bag. It's easier to look good on the pats but when you got a guy punching back gotcha moving <hes> it gets a little different different collins little you know one sparring. If you wanna call it that i mean i don't know footage was definitely bad but i will say he did look like the type of guy you know that might flinch. You know like when you told a shot at him. He's going to flinch a shell up. Yeah you know <hes> we're gonna have to see. We're going to have to see that but i mean again from that footage. You know when when when we do put it you know went at him. I don't even know i don't even know if you're talking about the only the only footage you ever sent me of common. Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah well. Oh you know you know. We're going to have to see man. Honestly the real truth is i. I don't <hes> i don't have the greatest idea of what collins gonna bring colin fought in the same smoker. Oh 'cause i am. He beat a nineteen year old college football player who is about ten pounds heavier than him and he brought a real dog out himself. You know <hes> colin ain't gonna turn away from no fight <hes> calling me up and sparring a couple times. You know it's a little different though 'cause you know when it's a home you're working with them and calling. It doesn't really know all the etiquettes necessarily as barring. I like let him out of a corner and he'll do a quick pivot and sit down on a right hand. I'm like mother fucker. You know i was showing you how to get out of the corner on how to tag me off it but he's working. He's working. You know sparring me. He's working. I'm excited to see what he's going to bring. I it's honestly. I don't better than anybody in a pretty big question for me to sir. How tall is colin six four. Oh what no he not no he eh you know he's six eleven ten. I oh i think is he was. He small engine a half taller than i am. Let me get back to south side. We know you want some high. Bring 'em in bring him and bring him in go for south house <hes> southside on north side so we're going to get the boxing therapy. I'm not in love. It okay cool. I'll so you decided not to deduct his fate this morning though he ready you. You obviously showed him i. He says he's not worried about what he saw but he was worried. Read enough to get the training. Do you understand that as long as that's very understood whatever he c- pushed him in the o._d. And that's all it needs to be stated. He know for a fact when he you get in there will be doing but that's not good for you. Now that what what is it called the what does that what does that phrase as long as they have great is. The element of surprise is gone. Now is is great for me because you can't beat somebody up to don't wanna fight. You're gonna have to come in and going to come in there and really pressed the issue because if he don't 'cause i might hurt him. Send his ass home crying. Do you understand me be hard aw sixteen ounces accurate all he don't got no head. You don't got no gord on his chin. You don't got no on his ribs. He you put pad. No your soul when i when i seen komo forecast your body of joe soul here. How are you going to get it back and southside planning on the house of road journeys far and wide to bring and you exceptional quality kitchen and bath fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of a life well-crafted welcome the house of ro twenty books. You swear you're gonna read a half dozen crocheted sweaters courtesy of grandma. There are countless things you cherish on the inside of of your home. That's why there's james. Hardie fiber cement siding on the outside engineer stand the harshest elements wind rain snow even fire and designed to stand up beautifully for years to come all to help protect everything inside from everything outside discover the unrivaled protection of fiber cement siding for your new home at james hardie dot dot com sung in florina. That's the absolute. It's not a it's not a barbecue grill. It's not addressing recipe. It's not a salad mixture. There's gonna save you sir <hes> kids in cooking. What's popular pull a write in your kitchen cooking and he says i don't think i don't think mazi should've ever told him he was impressed. Because south side is like extra now they sent light worked. What is broke and if you see anything good in that oh my god wait till next week you you know seven day. Theory is going down. Baby is going down they so outside with the line of the year the only so already took around one. I i want to mental game. That's a fact i think he didn't disrespect your call org chart jump on his call for you. The first of all let me let me talk. Show wasn't even. I one eight one. Wanna go do rounds he. He tried to take the a._j. Route they're trying to freeze me out. Don't don't ask me about the water after i beat. It may set up anew. He let you on his call man i can't i can't tell them no. I'm you can you hear me. Can you hear you can't even autumn you this shit. Can you hear me. Yes all right all right. Hey yeah this is part of the reason. I didn't call makers uelmen the more cells i do see talks the more i liked this cat bro. I ain't even gonna lie. I'm excited for this fucking fight. You better luck pocketed sit on. I'm not at all yeah. I know but anyway here's the deal bro you enough. Thug pirate would leg years. You're going mcgeough played with berlanga circle you the fuck up and left. Hook you in the thug in temple. Please guys please me l. Tell you what the time for talking is only seven more days bro and then we're going to show up when i'm in the ring with you say good. Everybody does elitist autism white boy in a boxing gym. You think everybody don't talk to me. Every minute we in the seemed like their faces teabag every day. No seemed like say your the elephant ear lobe looking forest whittaker as looking shit man. Get the fuck outta here bro you the fuck a tom green only search down to stay out of ballot no. Would you like about it. We only falsities. They served komo hurt joe lawyers. Do you ain't gonna catch the catch me who ain't check listen. You don't don't know how to use your high to do. You don't got enough pop on the at all bro. How are you going to kick me off for you. Will you tell your best day in the land and you realize holy holy shit. He just walked away. What are you going to do. Well my my next best shop. You're talking about. I'm not you're hey. You're talking like up. Do you understand me immigrated clear that you ain't been in one of these fights before when shit goes down. You ain't got to kind of thank you. I just did three rounds this yesterday with a guy from jim. It's like six he. He didn't come to play with me at all. He was to hold his jim dale he just couldn't he. He been fighting for five years. I've been doing for five weeks. It's a bigger dog a year you running around a little fluffier. Watch how mix you got boy. You have steph in ringwood oppressed. They got all right yucky here. Each other hit shit shit man. I couldn't even into the county split. These two in the battle is about to go down. Listen to the union in new york city area part of the family hit me up on social media man we. I let you get a first row chair to this main thet right here. I'm telling main event worthy is that the main event or is mobbing the tank freemen shit furman why always fucked up firm and i'll fuck your whole and your whole announcement not what was going on tank nahmad taxes. Don't mess with texas. Don't mess with texas exactly right <hes> seven days away man. I'm fucking excited to say we've been putting a lot of hard work <hes> obviously you can you tell from the pictures that i've been sending and the and the scale going down that <hes> everything is paying off so we'd you seven seven days away komo built in those belts taking bringing home. Now we were talking about. Adversities fight is facing bumps on the road and still trying to make it happen. Can you tell us a little bit about what's been going on in your camp and you know the things you've had to face and the grit you'd have you had to have in order to keep going and prepare yourself for the likes of which is an explosive fighter never lost in the border where series and has had knockdowns on his opponents right yeah man <hes> <hes> you know people only see what i what i i let them see and what i post but i feel so confident cause. They ain't nobody working hard of me. You know the schedule that are have you know like three p._m. To three a._m. <hes> i'm a diesel mechanic. You know doing hard labor. I take care of my little baby in the morning and my wife goes to wait when my mom. My wife goes to work when i get out of work so i get home about three or four in the morning. I'm up every day in the morning tan ten thirty in the morning the latest and <hes> first thing i do is put my own you know get the baby babies up <hes>. She's in the garage with me. You know she didn't agree with me. I'm in the sauna in my fucking shown add on and when my son is sue and hit the miles the rope <hes> a hindu push ups and shit just working man you know his heart and texas august over one hundred degrees linear and <hes> should we just working yeah and <hes> going over to the other side of of a of a fighter's training a house the diet bit man. Your pictures are looking great. You know for those that don't know we we have a border wars tax chetniks exclusively for all the boat award participants and we've seen marvin transformation in its its inspirational margaret. Mario really truly inspirational. I use tough love on dumi like look at fucking mauve and you let marmaduke but you are twenty four though you younger than me so yeah yeah. That's nice uses you as an example because it is some that proud of is this something to be inspired by. You know you just pointed out all the things that did you have to do throughout the day. It's not easy <hes> when you got a full schedule new baby so good to see you man. I mean there's even stories on the show that you got the neighbors. <hes> you know maybe motivated seeing all the work that you're putting it. Oh yeah definitely definitely have you been tough. <hes> when i first started border wars <hes> that's what a nickname came tank 'cause. I was built like a tank man. I was two almost two hundred fifty eighty pounds. You know what i mean. Two hundred fifty pounds sparring crews and the park no headgear no mouthpiece <hes> to non my third periods at border wars one one ninety five possibly under you know who knows you ought to wait and see but <hes> it's been great man my diet <hes> my dies been point the two months the biggest thing i've done and and these i guess three months two months was <hes>. Let go red meat. You know that's hardly even intestines man we need me but but i like meet me. Benin benin alarm fish a lot of chicken or vegetables and fruit. You know nothing that people don't know what to do. You just is hard to the spice of the spice this up because if you win you gotta make this a lifestyle because the contracts oh one eighty five next fight right right. Oh man i'm telling you this is this. His has been a life changing event for me man. I have not been under two hundred pounds. Maybe since middle school is a fucking lineman. You know what i mean like i i it's i've been putting so much hard work. You know i it's crazy. You know i have had to change. My parents is twice at work. I went from a size forty two thirty six the large beeri oh. She doesn't know shit right now doggie. When i first started i was in the forty two club. You'll forty two way so shout out to you in a lot oughta work you know sat out to the four horsemen. I made the trip last week. It was a five hour drive for me. Woke up at oh lovey five our dr. We'll be <hes> go far with them. Boys ain't had the weekend off but you took your solo. Well okay wait a minute. Wait a minute was was it five hours one way yeah hope. Will you spent the night or you drove that back back now up there from working for lopez then <hes> made my way back diem ten hours on the road fucking champion a._p._n. That is that is that's on cherry shit. That's not that's the edna cherry ship and the cherry drives fucking an hour and a half have to get to saint petersburg when he was fighting damn bro. That's so how was that. I was born with them. It was good man. <hes> i was impressed by matt you know a man has definitely a crack came along way. Hey you know as soon as i jumped out the truck and i seen him you know first words were like damn this fuck as looking lean and <hes> the nickname machine england matt you know heathrow. He throws like a fucking machine. Gun left and right left and right so spine was good joseph. Was there unfortunately kristen but i think people are gonna be impressed by joseph man. He's a big boy. He can move. We can move around in the rain so don't be trying to take hold out man. Do you think he going to get to win. Versus santiago santiago don't act like you ain't a boxing fan. Oh yeah of course i mean he's going to be a close by you know. Here's a guy you know but <hes> he has that great. You know what i mean. He has dogging me up. Yeah we went three row. Oh he did three with you you did. He did three rapport. Look you gave blots. You did six with matt. He mattie in three rounds with joseph joseph nine rounds when i went to tech when i went to lobby and drove back on a fast fast fast facet holy shit so yeah the door and spun through spun wow dedicated for sure the debt is a little pony. They have listless. Get into territory now. Yeah now yeah because i still i'm still trying to steal a little bit of stuff from <hes> uh from the other camp you know or for matt nominee main. I wanna know what could they never got spun true surnames doing. Where is the skill level. Do you see skill in them. Of course you yeah no matter what we've seen against <hes> danny and we thought well he could do added big. I believe it was one eighty five. They fought so now that he's down onto one sixty eight or under <hes>. He's a lot quicker. He's a lot faster his power still there <hes> and he and he still continues toco machine good machine picking wealth so jane campion for power the high standard to your power or did you dial l. a. down because you're a little heavier because what we got fifteen pounds on right right right. Yeah i mean just with would also fine. You know we don't try to knock our heads off but you know i turned it up every now and then and <hes> you know he he is up you know keep his hands up and <hes> he has good movement ahead movement so you know he's good. He won't be arc. Was she. Got met. I'm <music>. I'm right right he's. He's the one for danny right. Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah. You know what i am excited to see match return man. I know he was with. I was sore noticed. He he took a short notice fi heavy a man. You know he's ready now. He's motivated. Though this is going to be crazy 'cause dog working out. The jimmy ain't plan either. It all comes down to the sparring man. That's all it all comes down to. Is that sporran getting used to those punches coming at you gave us the blocking rocking. You know not blocking like how many joe oh my god. Do we tell me all the time not to swing on up and instead put my arm up or bend ma my knees down when i'm blocking to the body instead of putting my arm down you know what i mean so there's a lot of little things man but damn super impressed to hear you like fast and wu man in yo yo. Tell the story that i tell the wrong or am i wrong or right about your wife being super happy yeah. You know <hes> <hes> well she. She's very supportive of everything that i do. You know i've told her that. I've been telling her for the longest that i've been wanting to lose the weight. Ever since baltimore's is i've always fluctuating up and down up and down <hes> lena cy band was to fifteen which was my very first fight for border wars so <hes> you know she supportive and of course since she's a sheriff you know she makes she makes me all the food that you know that i need for the week so i'm eating good. I'm eating healthy but yes. He's happy chef seven and she's supporting hi. It's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie. It's me jamie this. Is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group mad harmony but you will bounce back. I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk now. Get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry it's pitchy progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law the house of road journeys forum y to bring you exceptional quality kitchen bath fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of a life well-crafted welcome to the house of roe because i seen eggplant in the border wars chat right yeah yes. She graduated from the court on blue here in dallas culinary school. Math props were wrong and you weren't down in the kitchen. You should have an tool champ. I mean the diet they say. Diet is the first part what we see the sheriff so she gets down into. I mean do i wanna eat fish juanita lina record ribs. You know what i mean. It was it different but now you know mentality has changed my life has changed and <hes> you know has i had no idea you know he has his nice boy. Tom talkshow flipping quiet and whispering shit but he has no idea. I know i feel he said that nice boy talk always muggy. Whiz do be trying to smoothly just randy. Six mass again got caught with a three piece. Ah yeah he's got to deal with coming. He ain't never saw nobody like me and i don't want to discredit anybody that he has five babysit of course year or aircrews 'cause they were august august fighters but none of them have marsala fight and from what it looked like against baby face. It was a close fight. Yeah he's run up to the shit. He also gosling skiing with the right team guns twice right they counted one not gamble but that right hand baby-faced land to the fucking west crying of the ring. That's it he does like you supposed to give a knockdown knock-down. That's why many is banned from being read. That's a knock down the road keep you. That's a knockdown obviously black and white box record angle say that you know oh border wars wreck angles say that but i be film study in that should that should was inaugural me. I haven't gone back to look at it. Let let me see i've always said might be chimney. You know what i'm saying but then cruise the put them down but people heard him and his the say say crews hurt him. I didn't see him get hurt by cruise but people say you know what crews didn't put him down then put down because counterpuncher you have to. You have to wait through a seven days. Don't give out the game plan. Chant don't give it don't even matter oh you don't even matter it. Don't even matter. I'm when you have no idea what's coming what he's saying. I'm coming back. I'm coming to fight. Oh always liked to style mar now. I even corner doing one of the fights. You went in there. When you fought my man cantu i mean it was a hell of a fight a ah shit man you know what i mean. I mean mad props cantu. He gave you a few angles or whatnot you know he's along the toll arrange a fighter but when it was time time to put that work in i like your moxy kid y'know man so i'm saying i'm sorry i would just again but i'm excited to hear you so you know what i'm saying here you so confident here. The sued the diet is not an issue everything bro. You overcame the whole third shift mentality. I i just love it. I'm glad i'm happy. I can't wait for this fight and and that's what i'm saying we gotta do a poll. I mean obviously i think your fight deserves to be main event because an has that seniority everyone was expecting him to already be champion instead instead of fighting again for some more vacant titles he should have been awarded the titles versus the cruelest right but then you got these other guys you know the definitely bringing in and but i mean i think your story is so for me. I don't know if it's going to do it for the audience but the the the the turn around the transformation story you know no and then you're the underdog right. You've got to believe the because he wins every always been on on fucking patriot so i don't know that's fine pulled on when fight donald how old on win fights i hear you. Oh man. That's what's up bro. That's let's let me get to some other callers. Stick around because we're going out to your stablemate. I don't think he's been able to train what you this season but eric cruise s._o._g. Alumni of border wars t._v. family member i mean there. There are no other accolades that we can't give this guy that he he doesn't already <hes> have or deserve but what's up crews man. I hate that you can't be around. I would have loved to have you at least as a commentator to to be there in marvin's corner route in the more man but how are you. It's been a minute since we spoke your how you doing how you doing good to have <hes> doomsday back on the show for myself. You know to be back on the show. I felt like i haven't called instance. I think the last border war so yeah man <hes> so many great fights coming out. I finally get to sit back and <hes> actually enjoy you know the <hes> enjoy the fights that are coming up and yet this one man. I wish i could have made it because there are so many great fights on the card again <hes> unfortunate. I won't be able to make it but <hes> yeah. I mean there's so many great rights. I can't even pick a favorite. We got amp versus <hes> versus marvin. We got you know jimmy versus a machine gun matt. We got joseph versus santiago and i couldn't tell you which fight i want to see the most also do a doozy versus lauren so yeah. There's so many great fights on saturday for these is just listening to their stories like motivates me. I've been working out every every now and then when i get a chance you know i've been putting in the mall. Were going into the to the boxing gym. You know i would just kind of stay to challenge again like three times and i'm getting i'm trying to stay warmed up so schuermann nick saturday obviously you're not. You're not getting your next. Saturday is it. You know we're gonna miss you out there. We're going to let you know we would love to have been a guest commentator commentator. You know you'd be in the veteran of booth awards but <hes> you know i i pretty much <hes>. How do you feel about a marv this time around you know i know you guys have been sparring partners. Have you gotten to see him personally because i know you guys don't live close to each other and then his schedule is just i mean life happens at our age. Life happens so have have you been able to see him and and see this version of them and spar this new version <hes> yeah actually for memorial day we <hes> we got to kick it. We the <hes> we played a little bit of basketball in like five games. <hes> i'd have to see him. In person like you said yeah. We haven't seen each other that that much but <hes> yeah he's he's in great shape. Man dan he's in great shape was gonna be is going to be a great fibers as an as a guy that has been in the ring with both of the both of them. You know i've been in the ring with anthony and i've been with <hes> with marvin. I can see what both of them do great but <hes> i don't i don't think has been in the ring with somebody who's as <hes> as big and as ferocious as margaret. <hes> marvin is going to bring it and now that he's in like i used to spot with him when he was like over two hundred and tasings and now that he's <hes> you know at even at a better way. He's going to move faster and i've been hit by both of these guys apnea. Put me down but it was kind of like a it was kind of like a quick explosive punch but i've been hit by marlins power and if i had to a fair comparison i do believe marvin harder than anthony. Yeah i visited take time now when you went down. I remember it. You know i was reading the fight. <hes> you popped up like a jack in the box. Yeah i mean i don't want to take any credit for math and he has dropped everybody. He has face so he obviously does have a half power but if i have to do a comparison yeah i would i would maybe be give a give the edge out to marvin and he's going to have that reach some funding on boxing scene would would read eric cruise s._o._g. Picks marvin to defeat anthony queen city cobra the comments section the readers would be sent yeah but he's a stable may supposed supposed to say that but i mean i guess you could say that happened in the ringlets both of them right so i kinda have a little the more of knowledge about what's gonna true how would marvan's good abbott anthony's good at ipad way more rounds with marvin than half with anthony <hes> so then the the nikkei marlin because of his attributes but then anthony our best to him i mean he doesn't have to seven days away. You know he's going to answer the answer any questions that are out there. He's gonna set up any haters out there crews did you no you know what <hes> picture. He was out there i. I wasn't aware that he was he was born pro. Pro probably couldn't even make it. Oh man i would've and i haven't been shaped. That's dedication right there. I because there's no there's no denying i would've contacted. Do me do me a mother. Go meet up the texas boys you take in his home bob ro yo marvin. Marvin one's blood mauvais good dog. You didn't even ask for road dogg four ten hour road trip bro. You want blood you better you want to go. That's such as beauty and that's something that i feel that that's something that i felt for anybody listening right now all right. If you're debating you like between like oh my join export awards all i'm trying to lose some weight like i tell you sign up football two wars when somebody calls in and talking talking about how they're gonna knock you out. They don't put your sleep. You can lose those twenty thirty forty pounds. You gotta lose so man. If you're trying to get into great shape like sign up report awards manpower definitely help you get. There definitely sounds that way this. This season i keep saying is gonna be the best it's crazy. I'm glad also that i'm even but not because i want to control some of those technical issues that we have man and i and i want to refrain from being so hyped up. I wanna just talk consider. Mike this time i wanna just enjoy those fights and let you guys enjoying them without having me fucking yelling over them because i get to pumped in their bro. It's crazy. This is yeah that's. That's everybody like. Do get that adrenaline rush like i said i'm sorry but i say you get that adrenaline alan roach. I don't know how you how you did it. Whenever you would fight and then you would go to the try to commentate. That's that's super hard like. I had <hes> last fight. We're jose. I had jose amo corner and <hes> martha corner right. He just thought so. He still had that adrenaline <hes>. I'm in the corner with him. He's he's putting water up my nose but i get it 'cause. It's a gentleman the i don't i don't understand like how do we were rolling. You know he's gotta be the rest and then he has a fighting so that that's a lot of pressure on me. He has well probably going to have to make them first. I fight yo and that's damn. That's true man. That's true. I'm out to give me another ref yo yo yeah. Just gonna need it for me. Look i don't know i don't care without first or last. It'll matter to me <hes> aref seven fights and then be the same energy. Yes i can happen to arnold schwarzenegger in terminator. I hear you know it's mental man but i prefer not to you know yes. I hear you chant let me let me give an update on my my parents. <hes> yeah i should be definitely into the the next border wars count me in <hes> and like i said i'm gonna sit back. <hes> watch these rights watching it unfold see who wins who loses and see what's on the books she what's on the menu. I know you're not a betting man metaphorically. Put some some money on the man. Maybe he takes those two titles back to texas. We could talk about doing it back in texas because i love you jim. I love you'd yeah. I love my gym like i just love my gym now. Ten times more like i spoke to the owner and he's like bro. Yeah good. You know what i mean. I don't lever have to be there and it's like damn. That's plenty. That's the that's the type of relationship crews has with his gym owner but yours being elevated. I just i don't know no. I liked that. One in the camera set up in there was good jim in if <hes> i don't know if he could get the win i know cincinnati koper saying the same thing. He's talking homecourt advantage image of he gets to win. He's saying he's saying. Let's go to cincy. They just made the we'd legal. I got my own plans like he's. He's trying to do a homecoming fight too so so everybody's counting with their home <hes> but crews any final thoughts you want to give them before i get to some more of these fighters on here i gotta get lyndon jones aka box in therapy. I'm sorry i can you know my where's joann rica casual sam and i. I you back on the show man when you're gonna stop me <music> yoga cruise you know if you find him. That's heavyweight bro. You will never like i mean maybe he gets to one ninety five if he's disciplined disciplined but that due to never be this leasees he's blonde this year. He's he thinking chris brown going man. I mean even though he left. He left the show early to go to today so maybe he welcome to sherwin williams hi there i heard paints or thirty percent off yet and stains aims to right here in your neighborhood sherwin williams store right now well august twenty ninth through september nine. <hes> bring it in. I'm a big hugger. It's so ask sherwin williams august twenty ninth through september ninth and save thirty percent on paints and stains with sale prices starting twenty six ninety four only at your local sherwin williams store retail sales. Only some exclusions apply see store for details the house of road journeys far and wide to bring you exceptional quality kitchen and bath fixtures in all of this. You'll see the details of your own story. The story of life well-crafted welcome to the house of ro visit shape oh since he's playing the old chris brown row l._b._j. Out this bitch. We're for sure hey listen i if you if you met him at what ninety one ninety five i mean. I don't know how you looking around these days but like you know you eat them. Extra ribs extra cabin crews. I wouldn't even do you already know that your your your optimal weight is not close to the two hundred and enrico does hit hard. I'm sorry i spoiled with him. He his he hit me. He like me so decide so decide who sold us do beck who your first opponent zach zach stacks <hes> your name just wasn't registered can hear it if forgot about the way it got the new could not here yeah. That's like what who it was. I don't think zach gill come on mount. I'm yeah. I wish i could is zack again. I'll fucking stop them in twenty seconds because i don't think they got the same record right they do but the thing is that i don't think he turns his punches over like an reggae and i'm not saying he's technically better either but i think that he turns his punches. Slightly over better than like zach is just winging out of fear and mack truck that kid the winging out of fear like at least i'm rick as winging trying to hit you. You know what i'm saying. It's a little different. I hear your we'll see we'll see what happens. <hes> just a good luck to all the guys that are participating. You know hopefully nobody gets injured and yet man make it make it a little slight all right. I mean if you're gonna if you're gonna flirt with that weight in and somehow my phone go loses to be g a fight with crews and g to force beatty under that heavyweight division because he no he don't belong there. You know what i'm saying and just like marvin needed a good opponent to get him. You know motivated. Maybe that happen for bullying versus crews cruise. I wanna go to boxing therapy such chance so i'm sure first and foremost you happen here that it was all mind games on the part of the the the maserati boys colin and lauren and they were always going to make way. I guess they would just wait checking you. You ditch it. Was you know say it again. I said what's going on. Are you happy. I said what's going on happy to hear that you fighter is making the weight and it was all bullshit mind games. Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah. I wouldn't like. I said i wasn't worried about it either way. I was still going to come fight as did on definitely come flight. I'm hi. I'm hyper sale now after hearing a maserati and south side hi i'm ready for those that don't know boxing therapy. We'll be taking colin destroyer and that's gonna be got one sixty eight so they or the winner could definitely make a claim to the winner of the hundred sixty eight pound five between jemmy and matt. Whoa oh yeah sorry about that. I hear you all dad's brother. We all dad's man so now that we hear junior in the background. Let us has no. How how's how's training because again. We are all dead. We're trying to do this but we're not like the fighters who do this for a living. You know what the three in and it's been. It's been good. You know. I've been training like i said i've been trying to train three days a week so every the other day so i have time to be with be with my son and you know be able to do this at the same time you know. My wife is understanding and she support me doing this so it's really <hes> you know it's been. It's been all right. It ain't been really no issues. Really i mean i work from six to five. I get off get off of work and i go straight to train you. You know and i'll probably get home to like nine ten o'clock train. Dan you put in a lot of our house been getting that sparring and power yeah well. I haven't sp- bar last week like i said i've been <hes> when i went to gamma and has been working on basic stuff you know on my footwork and just trying to sharpen up my punches crunches. Basically you know i've been tuning back because you know i'm just trying to make sure i'm all set rate over the next saturday and when you say working on your foot work with you you have a trainer instructing you or you're using a ladder. No no i got. I got a trainer instructor showing me. You know making sure my foot is placed. You know whereas post to be. You know in now on all that so well. You're going to hear your opponent for the first time he's just called in so once. We're done with you so you'll hear whatever he's got to say <hes> but i mean how how has it been. I guess mentally preparing in this fight <hes>. Is there any fear of unknown there for you. <hes> i mean like i said i mean. This is really there's no fear is just you know just getting in there and doing it so that doesn't bother me now. You know what i didn't. I didn't know any i went into spar. You know so it's it's just like that. I mean yeah. It was a little anxiety for an air because you don't know the due but i mean besides that you know it's just after that you know it just got to you know control everything you know controlled controlled control at and you know just focus on my game plan and what i'm gonna do orthodox off paul definitely orthodox definitely off the dots jabber. I mean not jabber. Excuse me boxer-puncher boxer puncher combination. Who would you call yourself. I you know i would say. I like to pick my shots more. You know definitely so your county. I live. I definitely liked my shots okay. So have you been getting some mexican style style though because that's always the i love going like i said i love going to the body by mexican style is the to me. Would i find that the the kryptonite so the counterpuncher is always the aggressive mexican come forward fighter the one that's got because because they now the counterpuncher gets overwhelmed <hes> so have you been getting that cyprus bahrain and just ensure all looks because you don't want to always be in control lynette counterpunching style and both sparring. I was always on. I was always on the back foot. Most of the time when i was sparring so i'm all i was doing a lotta moving a lot of moving six nine jason hall tale. You'll be lucky he's five eight man because i'll tell you do me. I'm fine eleven. Maybe five i ten five with lives is taller than that. Yeah he's taller than me as tall as bullshit pads for him six four my that's not the common. I no no no and say boy. There hasn't been h seven yeah. They sent him footage of colony sentence. I posted it all right all right. So what do you think about your opponent. I'm ready for him like i said you know. I like what i'm hearing about him. You know he's gone home. You know i mean liane understand that you know he he on the west coast and i know he worked third shift so understand that because i've been through all that on swing shift and all that jazz but yeah yeah i'm <hes> i am hype and ready for this fight. <hes> 'cause i'm reid. I'm ready for this to go down and like. I said i took i took off. I took off all my days at work man. I basically took a damn week off just for this fight so i'm ready to go nice nice nice jab. We can't you know i'm like i said i'm driving in okay driving in a thursday okay yep mmg gonna be driving in thursday so probably be there later in the evening nice. He's perfect perfect all right well. Let me get to your opponent around colin destroyer. Would it do chair been in a long time since we spoke let main house training bro'. You've been like a ninja no one in the saddle lurking yeah. You know i just out here. You know just doing my thing busiest. Fuck always does dan on it. So you put some fear amongst the community the boxing see the headlines read colin destroyer fails to make way but now we're hearing that you're right on target. <hes> you know you know i'd be. I'd be getting there getting there so you know there's no honestly honestly i'm probably the best shape i ever been so i just this guy lose a little water way to get there and <hes> but that that it good good so you know that there will be a title <hes> in that division and you'll get to see the winner of that vic entitle which obviously you guys. Can you know end up facing in the future sure so there's a lot riding on this. I fight for you feel that how far we don't know anything. We don't know oh anything about you. You're right now. One of the participants is kind and shadow room. We dining behind you god. We gotta no little knows you yeah. That's what i'm saying but they about to. Oh you wanna come into the fight as a as a beast it don't matter on this fight and you know how's your preparation been kind of. Let's start with the height you six four you five and what's your six seven six seven six hundred twenty five seven kuwait for for sure. I'm six one six. It's worth. I don't remember no six one. These guys are starting with died collins lawrence that he was six six to himself. Most short lords like five six and you guys i mean the man's maserati is a chef man. How's your diet been looking at. How diet oh you know. I just learned how to cook so you know finally on some on some decent food here. No more spaghetti o's aspirin mac and cheese. Hell no nope. I the help pass for you you. You look lean. You look like you were already shaved. You stay in shape throughout you know throughout the i mean i do pretty much. Everything and i'll be on my bike all the time in <hes>. I'm probably not in the gym as much as i'd like to be as far as like boxing <unk> but i mean still i'd be i'd be out there being enough to to to feel good competent bill ready so you just live an active lifestyle keeps you you know for the most part at added at a decent way what i wanna i wanna ask you about the southport the docks which would stance by orthodox insult skate switch gay regularly you know i could switch it up finding anything in particular the the that you've seen from your opponent that <hes> you seem like maybe to think that my plane to you your your best plan or any weaknesses. You might have noticed. I mean honestly i'm adaptive. I don't really give a shit what he got a thorough. Put out there. Ten different styles incas see on the switch it up every round. Come in there looking different second of that fight in depth to whatever he got a throws counterpart to me. Maybe i'm gonna counter punch that shit shit. We're gonna come out there. Maybe i'm over woman hands the whole time. I don't know i honestly haven't seen seen a second of footage of him so it don't matter to may. I love the confidence but i get their confidence. I <hes> lawrence showed us like a pan of the dash. It was jam packed. That's it was jam. It was like jersey boys in his prime. Obviously i don't know if those were pros but it don't matter was a lot of guys in gym so if he's at least going to the gym. This should be nothing to be afraid of because he's getting plenty of work over there. I mean with all this confidence in there. Are you may be you know saying that. You might stop this man. What harder is gonna stop me talk talking about. Is that you we know that they seem to have that that that experience in themselves even at that that that confidence that i mean you're talking like like you're ready. You're ready to going to stop. This guy. I mean was the game plan here. You said a thousand styles is is this legislative award stoppage which i draw. I've dropped people inspiring putting like thirty percent on some shit so i've never actually never actually really really thrown thrown them hands the way i want to you know besides like one or two other fights and even there wasn't there so yes. I do believe if he gets caught by this to buy that three. That left look on. The dip is some body shots. Yeah hell yeah. I think i could drop him no doubt. I don't think we've ever had a first round. Stoppage boers it i i. I feel like second coming. I'm a white boy say he was wilder. He got stopped well well. I hope i ain't fucking moving into that drake khorshid stay away from drake. Fuck him opiyo or oviedo october. They're young man damn. I'm glad you signed up first and foremost i know we got to me and you wanted to fight in texas. You know you look leaned then. You look like you could have been fighting one eighty easily. You know you did look tall. I'm starting to remember a little more. He did look stylized. Lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. Yes tickling the ivories. He just saved by bundling in home and auto progressive gonna finally vernet gallagher's hugo. Send my condolences this nice. There's there's a bird in my words. Thank you progressive casualty. Insurance company and affiliates discounts on available in all states or situations. The starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. No let's go tickling the ivories. He just saved by bundling handling home and auto progressive gonna finally buying for that gal of yours ugo. Send my condolences this. There's in my a progressive casualty. Insurance company and affiliates discounts not available in all states or situations taller than dumi though i'm i'm i'm around. I mean do you five eleven. That's bullshit you six <music>. You're fucked up right. They are measuring stick need to need to get a little longer. I don't know that's my thesis witty. I'll get you can cheat. <hes> you know if if it is the fault in the system you use that to your advantage at the end of the day what i worry about most israeli arm length. You know we're gonna we're we might we might we might <hes> despu around. I don't know maybe maybe out. I'll bring my <hes> my suit measuring tape. You know what i'm saying. Measure you guys out and <hes> c._c._c. What that's looking like i mean we have a ton of new ideas in in more ideas to keep coming in for us to make this border were series a more more enjoyable and more official event complete fight stats on you guys wait. Pedigree just adds to the exclusivity liberty of the of the of the series you you mean you tried to expose all these all. These facts and i'm trying to keep secret day. Sorry you go box reich. You see these professionals. You know what i'm saying. She everything they got. I mean with you guys. It's at the end of the day you know is the fight in the dog. Oh man it's a three front fly again guys. Even though you know we got the professional belts that are on the line and everything else is still amateur boxing roles. You know it's two two minute rounds so these rounds for those of you would never stepped in the ring. These these rounds are going to allow fashion than what you might think. It's it's getting there. Let's go so for the most again into little advantages of high in reaches stuff like that. I don't think it'll matter too to much in a three colin man any final thoughts. I gotta get to some more of these participants but definitely we also you know you make your debut. I dunno you win. Ants ants on fifteen pounds of you. I could yeah what eighty five easy and they're going to have to belts in that. There's looking good man is looking real good to be you you saying i'm going to start holding multiple multiple. Belton multiple divisions know what i'm saying anyone that is willing to put the work in can have have success right because there's there's titles within sixty sixty eight eighty five you know so yeah. There's a lot of action. If you're if you're good yeah you could definitely one fight at sixty. Next fight is seventy. You know at six the eight or or eighty-five easily for whoever that may be. I don't know if it's you will. We'll see right you you and lawrence talk. We got to see that in action. I believe our talk that much. No no you talking in texas in texas. You wanted to fight and you talk i did i did i watch you hit the pads to think you've got some pop. You know we'll see if all all that translates into the van but i want to thank you for calling in thank you for participating can't wait seven days away and <hes> we will see despite collin colin. Thanks for calling in. We're going to go out to a big super mex. What's going on champ. Actually let me let me let me let me get your your intro man 'cause i. You put in that work out there man. I don't usually go on the weekends or be actually. Sometimes we go ahead com. What are you guys doing this morning with good with good good good excited. I gotta smell them face. Because i heard the mob was over the man i and and that's good work man. I'm glad that you guys are putting it. In yeah. Man yeah yep had the pleasure to get my ass kicked by marvin avenue matt the last couple of weeks around vega no <hes> i'm not going to boost it. You know these guys are got more experienced. There quicker faster marvin that do contact for a reason. You've got a solid punch. Many he hit me one time right in the forehead and the drop kick him but before we need to <hes> is what we need to get ready man. <hes> you know it's been a long journey. It's <hes> since the beginning. There's been a lot of up's a shitload of downs and here we are a week away and it's a it's a weird feeling. I'm excited. I got butterflies. I feel confident. I still got some nerve served and i. I'm just ready to get in there. I'm ready for for saturday to come chant year yo. That's why i tell you man you see and i hate to call it that it. It was what it was but the reality check yo you need thus far and the best thing the marvin did was go in there as a friend. You know oh because you could like you know. That's why i like sparring doom. Even though he's he doesn't make it you know he could turn it up when he wants and that's what you need. You need to get get your ass kicked to see where your your failures zorzi where you messing up doing wrong. I hope you've recorded man so you look at it and in and you know review it yeah we've been reviewing and that's not <hes> you know maybe my brother you know i know he wasn't i had. I had to tell me to turn it up on a few times. 'cause i mean he's my brothers. I know he's not in there trying to hurt me but you know it's like we discussed <hes>. It's b- it's better gotta get your ass whooped inspiring and get in the ring. Come come border wars. You know <hes>. I mean mentally prepared. I think physically basically you know. I'm i'm not gonna. I was discouraged a couple of weeks ago. I was losing weight feeling good first and then it felt like i had plateau like i was losing anything more and a lot of it. I think you know when i sat back. Look back as i look. I look at my my stablemates got matt. Who's i see every day. Who's gone through a hell of a transformation. You know marvin seven why would like marvin said when he took that's true store he couldn't he's looked at madame was like damn you know. Matt is is <hes> he's come a long way from the beginning <hes> <hes> marvin living grant you know <hes> and i guess in my mind i was like damn i must not be doing another especially when the lake kind of stagnated but at the other the data was over three hundred fifty three hundred sixty pounds you know i've i've still lost thirty pounds. You know that's that's so you know and that's just the beginning <hes> i've gone from everybody i've been i've been <hes> do me this past week. It's been a ahead of help to get me look. I'm not going to be able to lose forty more pounds by next saturday just physically impossible but to get down as much as i can. <hes> still have macario <hes> <hes> you know we're we're tapering off closing off campus week. <hes> it's fight week. I'm just excited man. You know <hes> you know. I wish i could have lost more wait and i did but it is what it is <hes>. I think it's gonna be a tough tough five but even then listen. You're heavyweight. That doesn't mean you don't worry about your way and it doesn't mean you eat what you want but would that means is this is one. This is one camp. You know you lost thirty this this can't you gotta win this fight. Sonya next fight get back and kim lose another thirty and then another thirty and keep going until you reach seattle. You know listening room was in benton today. Go amateur wins the world title in his first fight yeah. That's it and i think that's there's a lot of what i had to come to grips with. This is the first go around. This is just step one. <hes> you know and then my you know i i know a lot of people are gonna look. Give me an suv. Maybe win this fight but i tell you what i <hes> expected test but i still expect to win. No take this anybody discourage them on on you right now. You don't sound like joseph corden last week. You better you better. Take these last seven days and and get your shit together cake because you sound like oh. Oh it's going to be a guarantee in the win and you fight with that mentality. You got a guarantee that win you. You sound default today h._s._a. I'm still like i said it was it was the white thing i really was a big mental. Grainger me like this hitting. That wall is kinda. What killed. Maybe you know but no <hes> definitely look i. I know it'll be tough. I think when it all comes down to it. I think santiago doesn't want him <hes> as much as i do. I want this. This means a lot and <hes> and i'm coming. I'm coming to to to like i said i still coming to do what i said i do. I i just you know what the reality check is. Real you know anybody who who had for board wars and there's never even really sparred yet and i mean harsh far and i don't mean you and your buddy. He kind of just pretty patterns around and bullshit. No you know it's it's a different world. You know i understand a lot of what these guys went through and i have a new respect for all you guys <hes>. What would that being said. I explained expect to come out with a win. <hes> you know matt and marvin. They you know they never having enemy but i'm not going to. I'm not gonna stop throwing punches. It just is what it is. You know i'm i listen. The matt is given out that good work. You know you probably need to keep getting a at least two more spas before getting over here and a building confidence that saw man work on a specific you know combination. Let that be your baby tonight. You know what i mean the way when i had to fight a softball i watched a lot of andre war footage and right hand to the body follow with the left hook. He has so much success with that for chad dawson. That's what i thought it to us and and brought in practice. I was catching pros with that shit. You know so yeah many sometimes you ain't got to do a lot you know at this level you know trying the b. Floyd even make sense you know but you work on that left. Hook to the body and let that be your thing. You know <hes> because at this level you don't no need to do ten things that like i said i think a lot of it is when you get high to you. You know in your mind you. It's like it can do so much but it's you know it's like you say we're all now is this. I feel good about what i can do it. I feel like what i can do is going to be successful and <hes> you know not overlook overlook this but i'm ready to get this. When i the way i was going to take a week off but i'm just gonna take after the fight and the next day off and coming back to the jim to lose the way and be ready for award seven <hes> financially possible. I definitely want to be back <hes> because they look. I've lost thirty pounds. I can't say i mean i why don't feel good and i'm gonna feel a year from now but i felt better than i felt in three or four years and that's a credit for those i for those who who have never been you know that that heavy you know it's hard. It's hard has an impact on your bones your sore. You're tired hired so kudos to you man for taking that step brother in in making a change in your life because you know for many they are that are your position that are maybe listened to now. Maybe shying away. Maybe from joining or maybe giving it a shot. I it's not impossible and <hes> you got good. I said yeah go ahead. Say it's not impossible but it it definitely takes medication. You gotta understand it. It's the whole lifestyle change. It's easy look especially being a truck driver governess. I know you know what that's like. I could easily be like you know what man i'm here. You know screw it. I'm going to buy burger. I'm stop at the stop. You know it it takes. It takes a lot of i think for me. The hardest thing was just the mental aspect of of famous strict as i can to this. You know what i mean. Wh it is hard though i tried dieting behind the truck is hard on that road. You honestly have to bring your <music> own food. You know i i looked into those little fridges that you hook up and i didn't end the bond the fridge because she's don't end up working. <hes> poor reviews definitely got to have a little container bro. You need a little little cooler brignone. Maybe keep and sochi sandwiches for lunch until you get home yeah. We'll be lucky for me now. I have a local job but like i said even even still like i. You know there's days where you feel hungry agree. You feel like you know you used to do. I was eating a lot and i was eating a lot of unhealthy p- portions and a healthy food so it it. It's an an adjustment <hes> even for anybody who just isn't a truck driver for you. When you're this big just used to live in the life of you wanna live and and it's also tough because you know what you gotta you gotta you gotta sometimes put twist the people around you to kind of be like my wife and i told her you know. Even if i said you gotta kinda be mean to me because i know i can talk her sweet talker. Do like you know hey make business there to make something healthy. Oh hell yeah he was. My watch talks. Hold on what i'm hearing. Is that you you lost this fight in the kitchen. You went to the gym after yeah. You've been the now i now should. I wish dot cannot wait for next saturday's so you're saying ended. The diet got you in like down because you've been dieting. Yeah yeah like i said because i live. She's gotta be mean to me and she she oh she she she held it out on her and she's like i'm not going to you know give you an excuse to go get beat because we it's jamie progressive's employee way of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi jamie. 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You know we're gonna do par but at the end of the kind of in my self and i and i appreciate my brother appreciate my wife <hes> everybody that i've asked to help with the you know the ability whatever happens come saturday is is is <hes> put more stress on your <hes> hopefully motivation like if jaka pull off the traffic the man yeah i got a big case to accent to host border wars over there and you ain't gotta worry about finances because it'd be it'd be in texas is a drive away. Yeah exactly cruise rose jim if matt windsor title and then fucking marvin win two titles and then you win. Yes i mean look. That's a case it's inauguration. I'm an right obviously we always do best for border wars and all the participants but at least that is the case because we got a jim that <hes> accepts us understand what we're doing and then we got three participants champion not only that not not only that but look. I firmly believe that marvin is going to be successful. I believe that mexican and be successful so i don't wanna be the one guy that's that's coming back home with the l. You know what i mean. That's a long flight back to texas being the only guy who love let that happen here. You can't come back with my boys having straps and me you know hanging my head down. That's not gonna work for me. That's not you know. I'm not built to lose. I don't deal well with losing. I hate losing. I tell you one thing that's to me losing one one of the worst things in the world being yourself even worse so i i mean when i say saturday i'm coming to win and i'm coming to leave it all in the ring and and like i said i think everybody's going to be very entertaining. I think we're going to have the fight of the night <hes> but dammit he wasn't for this border wars in texas active going three now latter-day i- chamba let me get to some others but i'll tell you this my one piece of advice to everybody at this level. Let them hands go. It's hard not to win the fight. When at this level you let those hands go. <hes> you know specially in the heavyweight division. You know now who got the tank. If you work on that tank you're going to be okay and running. I recommend working on that tank inside the jim pad were active pad work or or some good spokesman for for for what he just said on the chat you know when when you better yourself you can't lose man so <hes> you know guys win or lose you better yourself as a human being and you've made your life. I'm just a little bit better and also for those around especially for those. Do you have kids in in a family that that that really look to you for a leadership and and and longevity because at the end of the day being healthy you live longer for so. Let me get to supermax brother machine gun dot com dot com the man you gotta turn on the machine guns soundbite firm matt you oh man. I'm telling me matt yoga me. Just oh no doubt no again the machine. Oh we're going to go back to you matt <hes> yeah. Hey man told you all good things come. The hardware is put him and i'm ready. I'm telling you i'm reading about a week out. I love you. You're your mentality great. You seem you see motivated. Bro das- brought to be motivated man. You know like i was telling eliane dallas. You know i i see myself doing this border war saying for awhile man. You know i'm still young. I can see myself getting in at least you're over ten five. Maybe close to fifteen twenty five. You know what is as long as it goes on. You have in the ring and then just being built a death you you don't understand that shit pushed me twenty times morman. I've never i've now got tony visit you know like the only thing outside of training and working on boxing as foreign is what what i did last night at the movies that was it you know and other than that you know in the gym for sure man look so i hear you gave mov alvin six rounds six. I think six rounds one time in my life chance you you are impressive. Yeah my hand pressing myself because i ain't gonna lie you know i was kind of beating myself up a little bit and then i realized you know how many round i had just win. You know there were like and i was like wow they pay attention now. I kept working. I kept my rate up. I didn't i didn't get no. I kept going. I kept pushing. That's how i know. I'm i'm ready for something like this so same with marvin who's more experienced. I'm sorry duma. That's my last one. I'll let you jumping. How was it it was there. Marvin is marvin exactly what they say. He admitted tank he good he. He's man he got. He got good shot through him and he's got had a good work right. After like marvin pushed me to a to a new level that i have found myself you know it's like you know it's like it's like when you walk around the woody the best fighting manage to watch. You know y'all so do you. What what are you guys. Gonna get it in with marvin. Are you gonna drive his way before you close enough sparring for the ken. We're going to close it up because you know now. I gotta i gotta busy work schedule to get the rest of the week off to go to baltimore. You know i'll be here all day and the rest of the week so things like that but that's <hes> you know if anything i'm gonna stay in camp. I'm not gonna take too much they kept. I want to go work for marvel. More <hes> shouts that one walk john wotton doc. I'm gonna work out with you to. I want to be being camp with him for his debut so we're gonna see what happens man man i mean. I don't think your gas tank was is ever in question man. I remember after you find danny. You were still ready to go. <hes> you know your guest was was pretty good in that fight and you were a new a new you a new conference at the border war series so the gas tank definitely impressed me but what are the little adjustments. Have you made every opponent is different. What what are look for this fight that you didn't necessarily make in the last night more skill more techniques definitely more technique you know put work out of place parts of style. The points movement all that stuff man like <hes>. I think i said this when i first called back i can't four to announce being back in the wars man has let me let me tell you i i like. I said i watched my fight. I wanna say thousand time and then thousand more times the rest of the time since an i._b._m. My influencers again we'll whatever coast advice i can give with him with with anybody that has boxing knowledge and leave when the trainers i have meant and i put it all together and i soak up everything creek critics criticisms is everything everything you know and as far as sparring take it take it i use it and i just we build from you know on the game plan men and it's all gonna come together. And what have you done. More in the in this camp has been more smarting pat work back work running. Have you just can't even even line throughout all those <hes> exercise <hes> way more foreign this summer and way more sparring and you know like the last i mean it was just a my opponents. Honus jumped around and then <hes>. I didn't get as much fun as i wanted to but then this time you know it's kind of like it's double triple. Maybe even to get in the work in you know as much as i can with my brother or as much guys much as i did with marvin or much did with anybody that i could. You know i'll go get the big boys i started with the first time and wh- what more what what do you see in your opponent. If any any weaknesses you might see anything that you might be able to capitalize after a game plan for some that you know you're definitely stronger that you feel like you're stronger than key underestimated. He's underestimating everything. I had going towards this at the first of it was this is all it also pushed me to how the whole three different fucking profiles <hes> better make way. He's gonna make the way whereas yet and then it was the belt fees footed. Ooh this man now it's just been silenced and then he's been focusing on other talking back and forth with marvin talk back and forth with whoever's going at him. You know me i got i tunnel vision. You know just i. I'm seeing you know just like wahdan. Speak it to leave and now we'll receive it when my hand gets raised as super middleweight champion it. We'll show comfortable next weekend. Hold it up. Hold up the motivation. This shut down man listen. I'm gonna let you go. I hate to cut you short but i know you're working. I want to get you five. Five brother already got us five. Oh okay okay so what's up man. What's on your mind. Seven days away winning in the ring action han raised and a new decima. Emma now is standing in my on my seeing him on the other side and do me in the middle death with some i seven days away. You might have been his only the fire and the dog you so i totally understand. I know you might have been a little. Maybe upset with some of the the the the you know. The temporary accounts that i might have given you know but a was always again from the <unk> eh participating now. I'm raffin and i'm watching out for you guys. I know the fires in there you guys were not gone but i'm there for you guys. I am there to watch out for us. Guys health always always going to be a priority because a lot of standing as the last time you know what it was it was it was crazy. Autumn winter danny stepped in and sort of last minute and there was a lot of variables that that actually gave me a certain concern but again i try to be as fair as possible and again then if you taken and i'm gonna say it again on air if you take more than eight unanswered punches even if you're blocking on and maybe they hit you with only three shots if you take more than eight n._s. and even less than that. If they're landing flush. I will give you that eight counts. There's no way around it. You don't want me to give your cap get out the way pullback back. Whatever just be aware guys that i'm not gonna let a fighter take these unanswered punches him doing anything about it and even though oh matt that in your defense you might have been covering up good rules of rules and they put a position where i kind of yeah. That's all just like i was like i had my argument against it. You know it's just like a you. Don't do me right. It's like yeah my dad my guard up a bit. You know they might not have connecting but you know. I wasn't punted back it. That's you know that will give you the impression you know. Maybe her. Maybe you know you need. They count you know so all aww on me and i knew nope. That's all it was went so you've made you've made the adjustments then you made the adjustments to not yeah all right. Shit man can't wait. Can we see you this new and fully motivated matt ready for war ready for those ballots to got it on like a andy's choke around this loma biting the belt this the only one andy ain't got matt. Let me get to anthony edwards on a comeback. Talk to me. What you know what i'm here. I am hearing nerves. I'm here nerves man. I here's i hear i hear you are crazy. Crazy confidence i did i did i hurt helped me on. I heard i heard matt confidence offense very bad. Don't seem to give but matt matt <hes> matt from texas but <hes> in <hes> in i adjust if he got matching for that first time nearly a martin mauve now. Some of them are under real confident. He gets out that way but i i kind of do it. You know what i'm saying. He's <hes> he's he's worn out man. He's the why now i know. He's a young man but <hes> i've been there before no sleeping constantly running in china. Get a workout him toy roy. I i see tired with the size. It's called shell. You're not <hes>. He thinks he's <hes> rain. Elissa me he's. He's bringing a little something. You know what i'm saying. He's a good little fighter but it's all talk. Walk me i can't i can't wait. I can't wait to get it near witty and and be able to show with tom it. Really you know this their son. The son was set on texas comported wars. I'll excited about it man. I'm getting their own. I gotta i gotta ask you. He shot at the loverboy voice whispering brunette stinky talking like that smooth-talking voice yeah like that he expected me to be of my a._p. Shit and you know talking talking to them. I got bad energy the chat with this commission point like you nervous bro. I'm working at my fuck out of here. I'm in the best shape of my life. Well wait wait. I don't mean u._s._a. Palm me. I ain't got put on the bag to draw twenty thousand seventy. I just work like i know. He said nobody working as hard as them. Then ain't sure like you said the diet cool you know it's not as strict as it was before 'cause i. I was already already got wait. I don't need to dry myself. I don't need to drop anything. I'm already under for real and so you know when i go in the gym. Is this series work like. I said it's picking up where we left up. We're not we're not warning there. Oh let's do some power working hits the bag argue. I'll tell you a few days in front of. I tell you what my workouts matter of fact. I have to say now. 'cause i know you ain't doing. Maybe i'd do it in the last week or so so it. Maybe that'll help him out but <hes> you know we start run a few miles. Stop shadow-boxing between and get back no rest. There's no rest in between around as one of the things that we do. We all you know all the time. We may take around a like a minute round. <hes> is gonna be spar and that's thirty seconds and so and no point so we we do those miles and we get settled box about six and we get in. We hit the bag drill for thirty minutes. Straight then we give by pushing tractor tires man we throw on footwork drills man we thought one hundred situps hunted <hes> sometimes to <hes> then we hitting pat you know it might throw some other shit. I've been there before you know it. We two three three is until workout man and and that's not even the mitchell spar might let them go sport so you say not working as hard. Nobody's working as hard as him the he's not doing all that you're you're puerto wars alumni no no stranger to the border wall ring <hes>. I know that you've you know you've you've won. All your fights with the experience that you've garnered made any any adjustment specifically for marvan or or have you looked to maybe make some tweaks in your <hes> in your regimen. Yes yeah. I've made several different. <hes> <hes> tweaks for marvan specifically for more of it and like i say i hate gun. He said i you said you flip and track. The tires is changing for living has tag weak ass for you. Hey you got to show me there. You got to show me well. You could flip before a liver. I just wouldn't for fi- i go home and go to sleep for six seven eight hours a day. I don't i lose sleep. Man you and keeping me up. I go to bed. You think i think about you. I mean clearly the browns though chance then looking at how good of a work do you get. You know out there cincinnatian. How's your sparring been. I'm as good like you know. There's a lot of fighter to come in and out of the gym you dollars. It's like other jobs that come through spar. <hes> my agenda's had an amateur show last week so you nas barring helping helping some of those young guys get ready for their fights. Their intensity is high and <hes> so i get in there you know do you know four or five six rounds at a time and after a workout or something or or maybe more dependent best the invest the sole purpose of the workout but like at no point are we just spar like you know what i'm saying. We get out there. We do a full day's workout and then you force the spa soi so every time i get in the ring. I'm already tired so is not you know but i definitely made some adjustments specifically for him gain banquet for him to wipe him out you know he grew said he might pontchartrain. He might doubt it <hes> but i i you know what else things. I didn't hit cruise as hard as i could. Have you know saying. I got my foot off the gas pedal so he ought to show me how hard he carinthia. There's more power in that in that in that softball is more power or is this what you're saying yeah i mean he might have to wait behind his just but like at this point he dropped a lot of he'd coming in with one other person we we got wrap up. We've been going for them three hours. Let me get the cobra black. John talked to me on on gas. What's going on. <hes> caught a long long time ago. Men costs matt been on the show but anyway uh-huh. I listen to boorish every week when the cost of loose you guys man 'cause i'm a personal trainers during the conditioning coach and a lot of the class that i work with everybody fails the food. You know what i mean so they come in. They work hard. They changed their lives but they don't see the change that they want 'cause they lose to the food and everything that i'm listening to you guys. I got a sloop because you guys are giving these discipline to save their lives. I see it every day. I see my family matters to call in and say you know. I love what you guys are doing. Keep it up to the poor shoot. I'm thinking about joining the border wars next you know she we appreciate definitely often dallas but right now in denver till fall came to the league year long contract for a job and i'm here till october and i trained out here man but there's only like one pro that i can get sparring with someone we saw go back back to <hes> texas run all jim's y- yeah man i mean damn as a personal trainer. We gotta see away how we can hook you up with these texas. Boy's man. Maybe we could do and digitally to any nutrition tips or something like that. Maybe we can connect <hes> border wars fighters with that man to help them out yeah. That's that's my mainly because i was an amateur from fourteen by laugh i wasn't i was twenty one but you know i played sports in my issue was always making way 'cause i was always different ways playing football. You know what i mean. So that's the reason i gave it up because i had the hardest hardest time mega weight. I'm five eleven. I will show to tournament thinking. I'm gonna fight. I wanna see today and just couldn't make so kinda. Give it up but with what you guys are doing man. I i mean i begin to train. You know what i mean. See if i can take my fitness to another love man so no-one office you for what you guys are doing for people our age really you know what i mean in court and we want this to grow. I'm listening. It's like fight club turned up right because you know there's amateurs and all that but those shows are limited and i just feel like there's a lot of politics in the amateur system you know i i've been trying to get with a few local coaches so we could throw our own show because i want to dabble in that sue you know i don't mind taking an amateur fight. If i gotta turn amateur so through my own show but it's all politics you know what i'm saying and there's still people our age and younger that obviously want to do this so you know i- employees to sign up for the next one for sure especially if these texas boys win man we might be bringing it back to your hometown. I hate to cut you short but i got to go. It's so good. Keep keep it up. Keep it up. Well thank you. We've been on for about two hours and forty minutes. I wanna thank everybody had joined us for border wars. There are no big fights this weekend so there will be no no life chats but <hes> we will be back saturday with boorda was they'll be tons of b._t. 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#36: Our Vision Is So Much More Than Just 20/20 Eyesight  Guest: Dr. Jennifer Kungle

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#36: Our Vision Is So Much More Than Just 20/20 Eyesight Guest: Dr. Jennifer Kungle

"Abridged homeless is your resource for the latest information on health and healing 'cause twenty-first-century Western. Nelson plays an important role in keeping people healthy but should not be the only option. People have had the intersection of health and wellness. We find plenty of driven alternatives to prescription surgery and unnecessary testing. We are bringing in experts from both sides of the health and wellness aisle together to understand each other and learn how to work together and to introduce you our listener to the many options. You have that look at you realistically not as a diagnosis to look at you as a person and not just a patient this is your host. Jennifer Chris and welcome to A. Bridge to wholeness podcast. Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. A Bridge to wholeness on our episode. Today we have a guest who is a neuro developmental Thomas in Annapolis Maryland. And Welcome to Dr Jennifer Kumble. Thank you and happy to be here. Yes DR Congo is. This is a Interesting Conversation Because DR Congo Has Vision. Therapy as your specialty. You're not just an optometrist. No I'm while I I am an optometrist by my initial training The further training than I've done looks at how vision and development and behavior are all inter related. And how can we help patients who have Vision problems that go beyond your typical eyesight and we devised treatment protocols and there'd be programs to help Help them improve their performance in their everyday activities so dr. Congo is a graduate from the University of susko. Esha- says gap John Bachelor of Science degree in physiology. I know I should know how to say that word. You also graduated. Magna cum laude in two thousand with her doctor of optometry degree. And then you did several more years of additional postgraduate training in the areas of visual development and Vision Rehab and receive your fellowship with the College of optometrists envisioned development in two thousand four. You're currently board certified invision development and vision therapy and you've also done a lot of volunteer work and With various missionary organizations to provide vision care in other countries in other third world countries. And that had to be quite an experience for a use. You said you did one vision one. A mission trip that provided over thirty five hundred vision exams. Yes yes. We saw a lot of patience my I Q Missionary trips were with student groups. And then after graduation. I hooked up with different organizations. And they're usually through Some through church group some through other volunteer organizations And there's usually a a group anywhere from twenty to forty Doctors or students that go so we ended up seeing a lot of patience in time. So yes well wow event. That's I mean that is in itself is is quite amazing and you've also been featured in optometry times magazine as well as local publications and you like to talk about everything from your latest seminars to current developments in vision care. You are a frequent lecturer. You provide seminars and workshops to parents and professional and non profit organizations about topics related to developmental vision and narrow vision. Rehabilitative therapy you were A. You're active in your state and local optometry associations and currently service the secretary treasurer of the Maryland up to metric State Association. And in two thousand ten you were awarded with the young Thomas of the year by the Maryland up to metric association. So and you're still very young really are and you served as the president of the Animal County Optimistic Society from two thousand seven to two thousand nine. And here's something that's really important and I do want people to know this. You are a volunteer vision care provider for the infant see program which is a program that provides free evaluations to infants aged six to twelve months of age. Yes yes we really do. Recommend having a baby evaluated at that early timeframe by vision care provider Because there are things that a pediatrician. Just can't evaluate in those early months. That could really be detrimental to the development of their visual system. If it's not picked up early enough and the main thing that we really focus on and look at at that time frame is to make sure that the two eyes are developing together. We don't want one. I should become lazy or weak and have the brain choose to use one. I in ignore the other so we're really making sure that we have symmetry We really crave symmetry in the visual system. And we want to make sure that you is have the ability to develop together to really make sure that we have healthy vision moving forward and so those are some tests that your pediatrician just cannot provide at that early age. So it's really important to see a vision provider to make sure that we have the best start possible. So that is a national program is a free evaluation it not a screener and provides a full comprehensive exam appropriate for a baby and You can you know. Look that Website up online its infancy dot org belief and that will allow you to find a provider in your area. That participates with that program. So I think that maybe we are underestimating. The value of vision care for for really babies the infants babies children. I think when I was growing up you know you just went school vision. Care is nothing that we were ever really concerned with unless you came home and said Hey I can't see the board mom and then you went off to the eye doctor and you got your pair of glasses but what. I think you're saying here. Is there so much more division than just eyesight and can go into that a little bit more because this is a really interesting concept? I don't think a lot of parents think about no. That is really something that most people really don't have. The right are are a false sense of security with When you come home from your pediatrician or your school vision screener. And you've been told you have twenty twenty is site most parents then assume will the end. There must not be vision problem when really I stayed is really just a very small component of your overall visual system When you think of it as a whole on there are so many other skills that are involved in being able to use your eyes collect information Had that information be processed correctly being able to interpreted understand it and then act upon that information. That really doesn't even involve the twenty twenty eyesight number so there are many children and adults who have what people would call perfect vision That do in fact have significant vision problems and these types of vision problems can impact them with learning can impact them with sports. It can impact an adult in their day to day activities in their career profession and they might not even realize that they have a vision problem. A lot of these Types of functional or behavioral vision problems are often diagnosed and undetected until someone really starts to pull back the myth that you can have a vision problem and not need glasses or be able or you are able to see twenty twenty. So that's what had developmental vision evaluation really uncovers it. It is what goes beyond that twenty twenty number Can you just see clearly There's so much more to it So for example the most common things we look at Do you have the proper focusing skills of your eyes to be able to adjust and maintain clarity and clearly for more than just a fraction of time that it takes to read that I- Chart I'm your near visual skills. Most people are not even tested on their near visual function in a typical eye exam. Where screener when most of our learning and reading happens within Sixteen inches of our face. Most of the time. We're not even looking to see how well they focused properly We're also not looking at how old you are. Is a line or maintain alignment in team together. The binocular vision system is really important. In having our is aligned properly because if they're not working together as a team we end up with symptoms such as I strain is fatigue headaches. Blurry Vision Double Vision or develop more structural problems where we start to develop a lazy eye or a wandering eye because the two is just can't work together so those types of problems can cause a lot of symptoms. Which then when you look in a child who's in school you end up with a child who may struggle with reading and writing simply because it's too uncomfortable to painful. They may see double. They may see words moving on the page. Because there is are shifting. And they're not able to maintain eye alignment so there's just some examples of how we can have someone with a visual problem. That can still see clearly but there is may not be working together properly to allow them to have what others take for granted as what they would call normal normal vision so so as you say the twenty twenty piece of this is really only a portion and a lot of this has to do with development of the brain and having the brain and the is communicate. Yes so We look at when we're assessing a baby or an infant. You know. Hopefully everyone is born with the what we call the hardware of visuals system. I want a healthy. I an properly functioning optic nerve as connects to the brain but how we use our is how we use what we see through those channels through those is those are things that are learned and developed over time. The development of these visual skills happened in the early infant years on most of them happen when babies are really first. Learning how to develop head control Through reflexive primitive reflects Skills Through the early crawling stages where we're learning how to track and scanned with our eyes. Were learning how the ice team together were learning. I hand coordination. A lot of these things happen in those first twelve months of life So for example of baby that skips the crawling stages They're often more prone to having vision problems because there is haven't learned how to integrate together At that time frame win the body learns how to integrate together arms and legs when they're learning how to crawl and learning all those early early developmental going through those early developmental stages. So it's really important to go back to the beginning Look through development See if there are anything that impeded development of the visual system at that timeframe sh and really when we talk about vision. We talk about you know neurological system. Our eyes are really a part of our brain. Most people think of at separate. But it really isn't. It's just an option of the brain tissue But the is are directly connected to the majority of the brain I you know. Statistics are out there. Shirring typical neuro processing but eighty percent of the brain is involved with vision is the most highly involved skill sensory motor skill in the brain. So when something's happening it's almost always connected to visual Area so there's nothing you know. They're all neurological. Diseases can have an impact on the visual system. And I thought this was really interesting because as I was going through your website and reading some of your blogs I really picked Matt Up and first of all of his fascinating just to go back. You know it's been a long time since I've had infants But to really read about the fact that when influencer born you know they're only saying about twenty four hundred which I knew they couldn't see that far but we were always taught by you know they can only see so many inches or in assembly fee. Then it gets better and they they like things in black and white but you went further than just saying that by explaining that the way their vision develops is so connected to their neuro cognitive and neuromuscular that everything has to work together in order for this vision to work properly as well so you were saying that Tummy. Time was vitally important you know we always thought. Tummy time okay. Just to strengthen their neck muscles and to give them a change of scene. But you're saying this has a lot to do with the development of their vision as well. Yes so time in what you mentioned with Net control Once you once. Infant develops neck control in their head can start to be stable now. There is can start to be stable and they can start to develop a stable visual world and so this is where the infant starts to develop what we call fixed station the ability to hold their eyes steady on an object and gather that information so if the head is not able to control itself in the eyes are GonNa be moving all around. So one of the early primitive reflexes. Is the tonic labyrinth reflex that allows the infants to develop that stiff head? Mum's net control and the eyes start to develop their control so one of the things I always talked to Parents about when they are bringing in infinite for a visual exam is to try to minimize the amount of time. The baby is in a supported or a carrier type of environment. A car seat. You want to hold the infant survey start to learn how to develop their own head control. they developed their own head control. Then they start to develop their visual control in our all starts from that timeframe so again they need to have movement and to be able to move and develop those visuals skill so put them on the floor in instead of sitting them on the floor in the car carrier put them on the floor on a blanket and allow them to start to develop their own muscular control because it all forms the framework of the visual system and especially the car carriers as they exist now obviously for safety purposes. You know they really are in their tightly. They can barely turn their heads. And so if they're in there for an hour or two you know you do want to get them out and put them on their tummy. Let the move around and So that's all really important and then I was also reading about some vision. Care you do a lot. You work with a quiet a diverse group of patience. You know from infants all the way up to the elderly with double vision but you also talk about vision care for autism and vision care for. Add adhd and. I think your thought process on this is something that we're not really familiar with. And that is that You know any any person net or any baby or child that ends up with a diagnosis of autism. Or even if they're on the spectrum should really be evaluated for vision issues because it affects so much of what they how they handle their world and that by incorporating some vision therapy they can really do a lot better for themselves so explain them a little bit more. Yes so the connection with autism is that because it's a neurological condition. It does affect the development of the visual system in the visual skills And even just outside of autism. I often tell Parents and educators. That if you have a child who is developmentally delayed in any area. It's all it's very common that you will also have a delay in the visual system. The challenge with it is that you normally don't see the visual deficiency until. The child is forced to be in a classroom environment. Most a hidden disability until you force them to learn to read him right whereas a Gross Motor issue. You'RE GONNA notice it child's not walking around the child's not talking when they can't feed themselves or do up zipper. You'll notice those things a lot. Sooner what visual deficiency you won't necessarily see it till much later and like all developmental issues the earlier you can intervene the the better off. It is for the child but in relationship to autism. There are a lot of symptoms that present with a child with autism that are very indicative of weakness with a visual skill and we can work with patients who have autism and help them to develop better visual skill so that a lot of their presenting signs or symptoms are not as severe or as present so for example what you typically will see some of the common ones That most people are familiar with is that they really struggle making eye contact. Yes have a very difficult time processing a visual cue. While attending to another sensory system so talking and looking are very difficult that they will often shift into being more peripheral and that the look at the floor avoid eye contact while still listening to you or they can be the opposite and get very in tune with their central vision where they will be fascinated and fixated on moving objects and spinning fans and whatnot and completely tune. Out there periphery. I'm so we find that. They have a very hard time integrating their central visual system with their peripheral system. And they're not able to easily move in and out of those two parts of the visual system and integrate them together appropriately. So would you say that if you suspect your child may be on the autism spectrum and you have had them to a physician and you're waiting for those results come back maybe to come in and have a consult and to look at the vision piece of this as well And I know you know it seems to me that we should just bringing are infants in for checkups as you know. I mean really because this is something. I think that honestly. I don't think most parents know this. I mean I have five grandchildren and I've yet to have any of my grandchildren. Have there is tested? Now you know as far as I know everybody's okay but I'm wondering if I'm thinking you know pre- preemptive you know trying to get these things as early as possible so that when therapy begins. They have better results sooner on. Yes yes that's typically What we recommend in so we talked about an infant. We'd like to evaluate them between six and twelve months. And then typically after that we like to have the next evaluation around age three and in that point we are able to better assess color vision depth perception and then start to get some responses from the three year old as well so we can get some better judgments of visual acuity and some other markers that we use that. Look at how well you're able to Understand what you see and interpret what you see Beyond h three the next evaluation of everything is looking finest typically right when they're starting kindergarten are learning to read so either somewhere in the four and a half to five year age ranges. Boom you like to evaluate them next and that's just to make sure that they have all the necessary visuals skills to allow them to be able to learn to read and write without having any struggles and we want to be able to have smooth movements of the is be able to track and scan appropriately and have that good integration of the is The convergence of the two is just to make sure that we are not setting up any Bad or a maladaptive patterns that could lead to Struggles in in the school year sterling. Spin talk about some of the things that you have in your office that you use to test vision. Because it's it's not a typical optometrist. Office you have a you have basically a I would all miss called a playroom but it's very inviting and you've got some things in there. That are really pretty interesting. You know not your typical it when you go to save your eyes exam you know we all sit with you know in front of the big thing you know you read your charge etcetera. And the DOC says hey that had is your prescription. Go on but you're goes way beyond this. Well it's it is. It is different but it has to be different when we're trying to get this information from an infant or young child so we have a lot of different ways to gather that information so similar to an infant and someone who is has autism. That might be nonverbal. We can gather all information we need without him. Having to speak a word we utilize lenses and presumes and a lot of different tools to determine how they can see even if they can't tell me how they can see We're able to figure that all out. I know a lot of parents of children with autism are worried that well they're not really gonna be able to respond to you but it's it's really we observe behavior and by altering lenses imprisons. We observe how they interact with objects and the world. And we're able to do you know monitor and observe their. I contact the way they are able to reach and grab for toys or manipulate things. Or if they are drawing or tracing their older We're observing their behavior through different. Motor tasks are visual motor tasks. And we'll be using lenses or other prisons or tools to see how we can improve their performance and how we can get the best results As far as my therapy room It is like a big playroom is. It is yes of Tools and devices that were sued to move your eyes. Move your body Learn how to Learn how your eyes can Work together observe things in three D in depth and We're really trying to integrate vision with all the other sensory systems. So we incorporate Distributor components were. We may have patients on jumping balancing hopping on Different types of balance equipment We add auditory input to integrate the auditory system with visual system. We add cognitive components to activities. So that we WANNA make the act. We want to make the visuals skill. Basically functioned at an unconscious level. Where you're not really thinking about moving. Your is just doing it. And you're doing it efficiently Smoothly accurately without any symptoms so That is a lot of the areas. We work within a developmental ages and earlier. You mentioned attention. Adhd attention issues There is a big crossover between visual Deficiencies and symptoms that children have when they have attention problems. Wow it's too are very highly connected and a lot of times. We'll have patients that have not been diagnosed appropriately that may happen diagnose vision problem that once we address it. Their attention issues seemed to go away and so because again you know as the as the system stands now and because there is so much attention on eighty a adhd the Goto seems to be. Okay let's put them on medication. I because people really think it's a behavioral issue when in reality it can really be vision related and we really need to stress too. I want to say to other pediatricians and doctors that. Send your child for a visual check. But let me ask you this question. Is it just sending that child to any type of optometrist or the biologist or is this something that is more specific to what you do so you know parents who are obviously not in the Maryland area? How would they? How would they get to somebody like you? If they're on the other side of the country is this something You Know How. Many neuro developmental optometrists are there. Well there there are not enough. I'll start okay. Okay you you would want if a child does have autism or Adhd or your concern with how they're performing in school and you're not sure if there's a vision problem. I would recommend to find someone who does a developmental type of a vision evaluation There are some National organizations that have listings of providers. If you're in a different state that could help you find him The two main ones are the college about Thomas envisioned development so it's the letter C. O. Bg Dot Org and the other one is the optimistic extension on Dacian program. So it's a E. P. F. DOT ORG and they have lists of providers across the world actually that Are Certified and trained in this area. So that you could find a provider. I'm so a developmental. Visually valuation is significantly different than your standard is gather. I'd absolutely gathered that. So what so when a when a comes in? What do you do with them? What is the what is your examination? So the examination will last anywhere from an hour and a half to three hours on what their condition is. And what we're what we're trying to What what we suspect. Maybe the problem We typically will start by looking at how there is function together so full binocular evaluation to really get a sense of how they're able to integrate together to form. A single picture will also look at the focusing system of the is however able to maintain clear vision for close up as well as distance vision. We will provide a prescription if necessary That might include the use of prisons or Some filters sometimes we use in our Traumatic brain injury population. That's a whole nother area. we'll also look at very thoroughly the eye tracking system. How well the eyes are able to track and scan whether that's across A series of pictures or a series of words or have them read and measure their reading speed. Well we'll do a really deep assessment of their reading function as it relates to how they're able to take that information we'll also look at their visual motor function. How the eyes and the hand or is another a motor skills integrate together and then we'll spend a fair amount of time looking at the visual spatial development. How they're able to understand what they see how they're able to discriminate objects Their Visual Memory. They're visualization and how they're really able to interpret and logically understand Information and really use that information to help them learn so as the child gets older M were on further along in development are additional visual perceptual. 's tests that we will do to determine if they are on par where they should be further age in their grade or if there are any weaknesses that we could help them further develop to make school easier. Mrs Really Interesting because I don't. I don't really think this information is out there enough. I I really. Don't I think that we underestimate are is the the importance of our is in the care that are is need because as you say they're just an extension of our brain yes and yet we have a few minutes left and I would love you to address some of the traumatic brain injuries As Far as vision goes because again when I was reading about that You know we often and and I think we see this a lot in In the hospital we have somebody with traumatic brain injury. That the is you know. It's just are they tracking? Are They not tracking? I mean there's but what you say in this in your blogs in your education is just so much deeper than that so talk about that for a for a couple of minutes or so A large part of our practice does deal with patients that have had traumatic brain injuries. I'm we see a lot of cases with concussions Which could probably occupy every day. Whoa oh busy now. We also see a lot of patients who have had strokes or patients. Dad have other neuro degenerative diseases. That may have Parkinson's Alzheimer's and other motor Diseases that affect how they're able to move there is With a stroke patient for example. It's very common to lose part of your peripheral vision where you may lose everything to the right side of center or the left side of center is very common. There are also a lot of perceptual and spatial problems. That can happen where you just can't process space correctly so we can go back and relearn some of those skills that may have been lost as a result of this stroke and recover some of that Those lost skills With a piece in there has a concussion. Vision is highly implicated area of of of going to have a problem with deficit in that area most commonly they'll have light sensitivity some double vision perhaps trouble reading motion sensitivity headaches and blurry vision was extremely calm in symptoms after a concussion and after about three weeks if they still persist and they haven't resolve they typically transition into what we call post concussion syndrome and those patients really need some therapy to help them get back to where they were if they You know are able to get back into school or back to work and driving again. They often need some rehabilitative therapy to resolve those symptoms. When they've on persisted that and I can and I cannot stress enough. The importance of having a head injury looked at having. Don't assume that because someone hits their head and they pop up and say I'm okay. Say that they're okay. Because you need to have that checked out an I. I very unvarying Up to date on a lot of the concussion information just from the work that The aiming clinics has done with the PT St Brain imaging specked imaging brains of the football players et Cetera and all the concussions and everything that This sports people you know have to deal with but even if your child hits their head and gets a little bump and you're thinking wow this is something that I need to just check into. Just check into it. I mean to me until he's better to be safe right because we don't always know we don't always know for sure so if you you know if you bang your head hard enough and you gotta headache for the day or two. That's a concussion. And most compassion. There are there are a former concussions. That are not diagnosed than there are. Diagnosed says amounts out there staggering from even a simple injury on the play. Ground is more serious things at work or grocery store. When you've yes I am and I. I just can't stress that enough so you know we don't want you to have to see brain injury patients you know because some of this can be well. It can be stopped. A lot of it can be stopped just through safety precautions but I mean I still see kids riding their bikes without helmets. And I don't understand that because back when my children were kids. Let's see that was in the nineteen eighties. They passed the helmet law. You had to wear at home it when you rode your bike and I guess everybody forgot because when the next generation came along you didn't say helmets anymore on children. So that's just one of the things that you know you can do for your child to prevent head injury and then have obviously a a brain injury and then have to do vision. Therapy along with all of that so I love the work you do. I think it's amazing. I did see in one of your blogs that I have to read this because I thought it was very important that the problem with misunderstanding about vision and visual learners especially kids that might be. Add ADHD autistic. Is that this misunderstanding about vision. Is that it often prevents them from seeing a vision. Specialist can help identify the various visual deficiencies Harrison. Educators need to understand that acquiring. Good visuals skills is a developmental process. That must work together with other systems in a coordinated manner and just because the visual system is strong. Let's say you go to the doctrines. Oh you're visions fine doesn't necessarily mean that it's operating in an efficient manner so if you have been to an optometrist or pediatrician and they say. Hey everything's okay but you're seeing that your child is still having issues. Check into seeing a neuro developmental optometrist. Because it might be worth your time to to do that for your child so I just want to. Thank you for going into this field. Welcome you're always. Just tell parents if you feel like there's something that's missing or your child just not performing up to your limit and she'll don't don't dismiss vision. There may be something that's undiagnosed that could really help make a dramatic improvement in in their performance in life. Yeah so thank you so much. I want to know how people who are in the you. You cover fairly large area in Maryland Annapolis Park Bowie. Kroft him and Bernie. I mean you've you know we we do have to therapy locations. We are in Pasadena Maryland. As well as our main practice in Annapolis Patients can find our website is Maryland vision. Therapy DOT COM. So that's how they can find us. our our main practice in Annapolis. But we do have a you know patients to come from quite a ways to see us because there aren't as many of us out there as there to be There is no one on eastern shore of Maryland Southern Maryland as examples so We do Tennessee. A wide variety of patients across the whole state Which is which is really great and give us that information one more time your website one more time Maryland the full word vision therapy dot com. And I would recommend that if you're interested in learning more about this that you go to the website because you've got some really good information on there too great a website you've got Some really nice blogs I know that she do the infancy program So please keep that in mind and I just want to thank you for your time today. This is Jennifer. Chris with abridged wholeness and thank you Dr Jasser Congo. And if you really enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and family and Co workers or anybody you think may you know may benefit from listening to this particular episode having to do with vision therapy you can find us on itunes and stitcher and we thank you for your time? Everybody have a great day. And we'll see you next time. Thank you for tuning in and listening to this podcast today and please if you enjoy. Abridged wholeness podcast. I would appreciate if you'd rate. It unsubscribe you can find us on. Itunes there is a new episode every week. Don't forget the intersection of health person. Not just prophets and holistic wellness not just symptoms specific treatment chummy each week to learn about your options and how you can be a part of the movement. This is your host Jennifer Chris. Founder Up Abridge wholeness.

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"Houston i'm kyra buckley. As the city processes the news. That police chief awesome is leaving for miami houston mayor sylvester turner wants to use some federal covid relief funding to boost the police budget and at another cadet class but many in the community are critical of the move ashen wood with houston black. Lives matter says the city already has the largest police budget in texas woods instead want turner to focus on the city's infrastructure drainage systems and essential services. People don't want more believe what they weren't able to walk down. The free being accosted would says people are looking for a reliable transportation system and ways to pay their rent during the pandemic houston previously used some cove. Relief funding. To pay for police overtime as the city grapples with a sharp rise in violent crime and murders. The port of houston is assessing the impact from last month storm. Flurry and martin has more on the economic damage. The port was shut down for several days during the winter storm because icy conditions made it dangerous for workers to operate like much of the rest of houston deport also had some power and water outages. As a result of the shutdown container activity went down by more than a fifth and february. And it's down thirteen percent so far for the year but rising prices are giving port officials hope for increased activity in the coming months. Flory and martin reporting texas senators have only approved legislation to reverse billions of dollars in electric charges bill to utility providers during last month's power crisis. The bill's sponsor republican bryan hughes says state regulators held electricity prices at their maximum for nearly two days longer than necessary. Sort of build twenty one forty to direct circuit to correct the pricing errors of february eighteenth and nineteenth that resulted in energy being priced at the scarcity price rather than the market price for those thirty two hours in the bill needs approval in the house before heading to the governor who's made repricing the charges an emergency item for the legislative session. The harris county doctor accused of stealing a vial of the cove in nineteen vaccine has been cleared by the texas medical board. Dr congo call was fired in early january charged with theft when he gave away doses of the covid nineteen vaccine that were set to expire within a few hours the board wrote that gokul had given the doses to people who properly consented were in the eligible patient category and they were given doses. That would have otherwise been wasted. A harris county judge threw the case out on january twenty fifth citing a lack of probable caused the. Da's office plans to take the case to a grand jury. Despite the decision from the texas medical board the university of houston women's basketball team is set to make its seventh of prince in the women's national invitational tournament. The cougars will play san francisco on friday. I'm kyra buckley. News eighty eight seven support for. Npr comes from i-drive providing cloud backup full system. Backup and onsite.

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Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un hold talks, reaching important consensus

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Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un hold talks, reaching important consensus

"Take. Today provide you with in depth news and expert analysis ten the who story figure pitcher. You the news you want to know only on today. Jolland talks reaching important count sensus China and the US hold vice ministerial level talk on economy and trade in Beijing opposition candidate, you said Keti Wayne's DR Congo's presidential election and Brazilian president who is the country from you migration accord, you're listening to today a news for Graham with a different perspective. I am sui coming up. We have an hour world news and analysis to hear this episode again where to shop on previous episodes. You can download our podcast by searching a world news analysis. The leaders of China and North Korea held talks in Beijing on Tuesday should Jinping Kim, John agreed to strengthen China DPRK relations and find common ground on the Korean peninsula issue. Join us now to talk about the latest development surrounding dependence issue is Dr Thome a fellow in Carnegie's nuclear policy program based at Carnegie team wa center for global policy. So talk to your child home. How do you see the significance of North Korean leader's? Visit this time to China actually, the fourth time in ten month. Well, yes, the the frequency on the Vitz release shows that north clear really respect its relationship with China. In fact, laws Cran meter have magically his Chinese counterparts more time than match with south grand meters. And the American dealers. So it's a very. It's a sign that North Korean east Putin as attaching greater importance tweets relationship to China. Very rare sign for countries that used to ever size, a policy of South Island of neutrality and independence and not to be too dependent on any other country. So the, you know, his highly important embody visited, but it also showed that North Korea made them seem very important from China at this moment. Suss Korean president moon. Jae-in assessing his new year press conference that China plays a positive role in denuclearizing the Korean peninsula and also improving the inter-korean ties. So what kind of row has China playing so far? Well, Wayne quarter euro that's has played two. Put forward a proposal that call for an incremental protests of achieving denuclearization, recognizing the challenge of achieving these very kogo overnight. China called Butch g emphasizes parallel development to negotiate the peace treaty and everything time to the nation of North Korea. And as a first step China called for a double free, which means North Korea should free these nuclear in east all tests, and then time these nice days in South Korea should reach their joint Vitry SSI, and that has already been achieved as they moment, and that show the Chinese stinking Chinese proposal make some sense, and he's very paddock oil. So I think that's very important puff addition. From making observers say every time, the North Korean leader visits. Beijing race to speculation of the second summit between the North Korean leader with a US President Donald Trump. So can we expect these second summit between the two leaders? We've come happen soon. Yeah. I think maybe one of the important ravens liking Joan choose to come to China. This time was because progress has been made between North Korea and the United States being ranging for second summit. And there was also report that operational and vol- engagements between Washington Pyongyang has made some progress some Kelly date places have been is has bittered and Vietnam is by the accolade should be very like the place for the second summit looks like the operational level preparation for the summit is well under way so about that summit. Are you optimistic that they can make this memento? Continue and chief more results between the two sides. Well, that depends how we buying success of the second summit. You know, Kim, join Qinchi China at this time that shows that he himself is now very confident about the results of the second summit with the president with President Trump, and he'd needs China's backing these journeys support in that from that perspective. I packed that's North Korea. Q these not ready to give up kill reference anytime. At least not prepared to make radical concessions on the coal issue its nuclear weapons. So if we define success as a very cool program because I think we likely to be appointed I ever with that said NAS Crear has indicated especially during chameleons New Year's speech a few days ago, he seemed to imply that north create you open to freezing and became its nuclear program. So if the reading to be little more stable and acting some additional matters from North Korea to three and me. Each nuclear program in that sense. They do achieve a positive outcome. So more about the new denuclearization issue. Do you think it's still possible that will go back to square one because of the differences between the US and North Korea over denuclearization. About that possibility. Always. Especially up too, many men after the birth in Singapore. Most of Ari king experts of very disappointed about the lead. Call real progress on the issue of denuclearization. And therefore the bench train of voice in the United States to walk to see harsher of position from the United States to North Korea. And therefore, we have the United States fifteen on the mess in pressured a strategy on those clear these king when -taining older much natural United Nations sanctions and unilateral Bergen sanctions on North Korea. Fifty on keeping all the pressure on clear to both North Korea to make more Deepak station made. So you know, I. The mainstream view, you know, US made to continue. A tough position. However, keen VERA, both here is really the US president he along to have a different approach towards clear. He jailed very recently. That's good progress being made with North Korea and his looking forward to another middle conjoining. So if if the president gets his way, hey, mate, still be able to make me Joan and. Ways see any real progress on nation, but accepting some limited concessions from North Korea in the area of limiting nuclear program, and to you know. Used as as evidence of he's a great deal of marriage, but she's much. And then from the perspective of South Korea's South Korean president j has been losing his support domestically. His approval rate doesn't look very good. So does it mean it's becoming more difficult for the South Korean president to p to push peace talks forward? I think the rescued laid no of mistake approval rate of present morning. Do cheeky economic policy. My understanding is the general public in clear he's to supportive of North Korea policy. So that should be too much of problem. Low important today whether south clear come play a growing North Korean Gingras. -ation process is very much connected to health gronk the dogs clear American nine days, so far real gaps at appeared between South Korea and United States. It looks like Christie may thousand create these and able to persuade who has allied to take it 'cause they should when dealing with North Korea and east persuasive persuasive leverage over Washington is diminishing. So that could undermined. President wants capability to mediate between those create United so apart from the peninsula issue. We also got more signals from Kim Jong visit to Beijing. This time about the plan of North Korea to develop its Connie and South Korean president moon. Jae-in? Also, welcome North Korea's offer to resume in took free and cooperation projects like the zone industrial complex and the amount can gone tour project so in this realm. What do we know about North Korea's plan on economy and also economic cooperation with South Korea? There is no doubt that north creates very serious about economic development left. Your North Korea. Adopted news so called tragedy lie and abandoned the previous young Joan policy of Donald development of nuclear weapons economy. Steers of new policy has been economic development the tough power that makes for North Korea which has already achieved basic new kid kid. Curie concerns has been largely addressed so natural north quits wall to focus on development, and that's the most important guarantee for the long-term security of North Korean garbage. However, how far North Korea can push towards the canal make relationship with neighboring countries, including south clear, really depends on whether United States is breeding allows mountain actual you and Connie shin regime is north clear to elect because all they make corporation proposal between the two career that's yet to real Penn. The case economic that's real context. And also the Mount Kumgang to Arista side, they could not happen without the UN showing. Being changed or? So those, you know, the future prospect of most quick now make thirty still very much depends on the progress defies Asian Gauchan with that. Thank you very much. Dr John home for your time. This evening, we've been talking with Dr John tone, a fellow in Carnegie's nuclear policy program based at Carnegie team Haas center for global policy still to come China and the US hold vice ministerial level talked on economies and trade in Beijing. You're listening to today. We'll be back in a minute. China plus dot cri. Dots in is your home for everything you want to know about China. The latest news in China and everything China-related from around the world. Everything can focus all in one place bringing you vital information feel business and travel. Chinese culture language, learning and more shine, A-plus dot CO dot C, N, China, plus dot cri dot C, N your portal into today's middle kingdom, come back. Thanks for joining us, the Chinese commerce ministry says the latest trade talks with the United States had put a two countries closer to a mutual understanding discussion at the vice ministerial level wrapped up in Beijing Wednesday a day later than scheduled being with us to talk about the trade talks and give a little preview about what's coming next is Dr John hi research, fellow with the Chinese Academy of social sciences. So Dr John, hi, what's your take away from the announcement from both sides and also the three day talks. This week which is one day longer than scheduled. Okay. The last question. I I think the talk has been on a very well. President Trump cannot hold his status fashion and actually twitted that the the goes Asians going very well at the talks going very well. And also on the first day vice premier the whole. The whole fishing the table people America science stand for. To be well versed day in term in order to going off into some of the topics the actually extended talk on the second day and then to this. So I think overall we should. At this point. We should as fide it'd be current. But. Whereas the motivation and the first question about, you know, the comparison all the tiny eight and state the Chinese on is quite short as American decide has a longer statement. Over the. Has many specifics about the talks in statement? The Chinese side expressed a. Basically said factual programmes and also said that both pain close, and there's nothing further American side emphasized two things one importance of perfect fourths -ment of the overhaul coach meaning that after he wasn't trying to be oh, there must be and verification mechanism. Is that the pro on those kind of verified and even forest and Secondly American sign to emphasize that the has even rated the purchase of large amount of American agricultural products the products. So I think that five because if you could American team they have representatives from department from energy, I think those people must have dive into the I'm paying of China's purchase there were five. That's why. I think one of extensive are staying. So far good. So I think from the statements at this point both side are satisfied what we're looking forward to the next stage. Right. Thanks, Dr Jolla, the quality of the phone is also good. It's not very stable would try to call you back into see if the phone lines good again to talk about this issue. Now, we're talking about a trade talks between China and the United States this week in Beijing. Chinese commerce ministry has issued a statement saying the latest trade talks with the United States put a two countries closer to a mutual understanding and discussion at vice ministerial level ripped up in Beijing on Wednesday actually, a day later, then schedules, we will later be catch hung baking with Dr John higher research fellow with the Chinese Academy of social scientists to talk about this very important issue. And of course, the international society has been closely following this topic for quite some time now being. With us against Dr John. So Dr JAL let's elaborate more about a talk based on the formation. We got what drew media attention? The most this time is the US call for more structural reform from China and also like you mentioned purchasing more US products. So what do we know about the Chinese government's stents about those issues? Well, I think Chinese times we have to move back to the meeting in doing in Argentina during the twenty meetings. If you remember back, then actually the two top leaders between the US and China have reached a common understanding that there will be structural change structural reform on the Chinese side. But those tenders must be in line with China's own reform agenda. Therefore, I think China will reform according to its own interest and will insist on some of the core interest without further reform. And I think about the purchase also the same thing. Apply to the overall purchase from the Chinese from the US side to China that that means trying to indeed need more agriculture and energy products that will set it's by Chinese demand Chinese market. So according to these demands China will increase if. Purchase gradually from the US. And that's the natural happening not because of the American pressure. So I think combined together you can see that negotiation as opposed to recognize will to the feds faction of both is not to leading towards one side or the other. I think moving forward both sides will recognize this reality and act accordingly. So can we say the trade friction and also the whole situation between the two countries is heading towards stabilization. Well, at this point, we can be cautiously optimistic, but they're a lot of factors in the processing that can be disruptive. So at this point, we cannot say that for sure in the future, there will be stabilizing the relationship will stabilize and trade relations. We'll be okay, whoever I think from this negoti negotiation. We can see the both sides are eager to make progress. And because of the common understanding reached by both leaders back in December first thing, I Tina I think both, you know, the lower Negotin Asian teams have a clear basically the final goal to rich and also deadline to catch up with. So at this point that they're moving fairly quickly to worse. That's go and both sides so far is satisfied and the market reflection. You can see are quite happy about the progress. So far. So talking about the eagerness to make progress when argument is facing domestic issues like the government shutdown and economic downward pressure to possibility of downward later this year may be not a good time for the United States, honest, ration- to fix it on the trade issue with China. So what do you think about this argument? No, I don't think that argument is valid on the one hand. Yes. You you see that domestically in the US? There are a lot of problems that our government shutdown so far there's no solution to that. However us try to treat issue a long term issue. And once they started to gauche Asian it's very hard to for the US to stop because of some of the domestic problems. Of course that pressure on President Trump to rep up the Gauchan before the vet line, and you know, do not drag this much longer than expected. However, I think American team is also. Led by very tough person lighthizer rubble lighthizer, which is very tough negotiators. So we must expect more pressure from the US and the tough negotiation about structural reform and other issues, you know, verification mechanisms very tough. So I think we're Optima steak on one side and then on the other. We don't expect other factors that will somehow change the negotiation agenda at this point. And we know the United States is also in trade talks with other major economies like the u n Japan. So if we examine the whole spectrum aware is the trade talks with China on this whole balance. I think in the process of bilateral negotiations between the US and third part. Another party. The US has original thinking about negotiating with China. In the last position they wanted to negotiate with the European Union with Japan, I and reach a common deal, and then to deal with China at love and also to form some kind of coalition to put pressure on China, as we we witness the in the partier also just yesterday US has together with you'll Hendra pan and issues. Join statements a couple of times, you know, putting a lot of major issues about China out there. However on the other hand US has a lot of issues with the EU and Japan that that are also long lasting very hard to resolve. So they started talking with China I actually without resolving their problems with the UN Japan. So I think at this point is. It's really a messed up agenda of the US. I'd and they have to push negotiations with all the parties the same time and right now because the deadline of March. I I think overall that's US will negotiate continuing to negotiate with China. First. Lastly a little bit speculation. What can we expect coming next full day two countries to negotiate continuing koshen? Well, this what happened just a the meeting wrapped up was a vice minister, all levels negotiation. I think because this level has been going on quite well, they will push up the level to a higher level, maybe minstrel, and maybe even higher between the chief negotiators lighthizer and vice premier Leo hook. Ultimately, the decider of this station top leaders presidency and President Trump. I think this negotiation will move along. According to the to the timetable that's been. By two side by probably by the end of this month before they are. No this month. The two chief negotiators will meet probably back in Washington in China next time, probably Washington think thinking much Dr JAL as always win talking with Dr JAL higher research fellow with the Chinese Academy of social sciences coming up position candidate just a Keti wings DR Congo's. Presidential election also Brazilian, president Puzder country from UN migration accord to hear this episode. Again, we're catch on previous episodes. You can download our podcast by searching for world news analysis. You've been this name to today. I'm suites. They. The great effort made by that doll today. Become one of the great platform will policy the bait and information is nation. And I wish today have even brighter and imprint her tomorrow. Speaker with the day. I feel very much grateful for providing jumped for me communicate of the world and China's progress in China's accomplishment and also China split Kotal heritage. And of course, China's desire to integrate itself into the international community. I believe today opened the window as well as built bridge between people in China and the world. Today. I'm sweet time for our daily global survey where we're take a quick look at what's happening around the world. Join me in the studio is my colleague, Patrick Flannery tonight. We begin in Asia a mother and her children died in menstruation hut. In the poll where women are banned from their homes during menstrual periods. Cambodian man will serve three years in jail after he insulted the king on Facebook in Oceania. Australian police charged a man for sending forty hazardous packages. Diplomatic embassies and consulates farmer splaine pollution, thousands of debt fish found floating on a New South Wales. River in Africa police sedan used tear gas to break up groups protesting the president's thirty year rule Kenyan schools will teach Chinese to young students beginning next year in hopes of improving ties between the countries turning to Middle East. The European Union is punishing Iran over allegedly ordering it's intelligence agency to plot. Assassinations in Europe. Facebook says expects a wave of fake news out of India. Ahead of the country's general elections this spring, and we hire more staff there in Europe, the Norwegian airplane forced to land in Iran leap last month because of a technical error remains stuck there because US thank shins have affected. It's timely repair in the forty-nine migrants. Recently refused. Entry to European ports. Have all been picked up by rescue ships in Malta elected, America. Mexico's new president is asking citizens to watch out for people stealing feel as lying. Grow longer at gas stations. Guatemalan court has suspended a government decision to remove United Nations team investigating the country's president finally tonight in North America. There are now more women older than fifty living in the US than ever before. According to the New York Times and a federal judge dismisses Ashley Judd's sexual harassment claim against producer Harvey Weinstein ruling their relationship was not covered under the law. The actress suit under thanks Patrick winds up today Scoble survey, the Democratic Republic Congo's Electr. Commission has declared opposition candidate like Jesse Keti. The winner of the presidential election provisional results put him head of another opposition candidate Martin for you Lou. And the ruling coalition's Emmanuel Sherry the result could lead to Congo's first democratic transfer of power since this alien pendants from Belgium in nineteen sixty with longtime President Joseph Kabila due to step down in the coming days. But more about the political situation in the DRC where now joined on the line by Dr Who in paying a senior research fellow of the institute of West Asia. And African studies at the Chinese Academy of social sciences. So first of all Dr hood, could you give us a little bit formation of affiliates. Just a Keti what has he promised to do? Yeah. This is almost apprised for me go here that that he has been chosen as the CNC clad, the the winner of the election, actually, the Musa Phoenix sometimes crappy. He's the leader author Diaz is the main opposition party. Actually, he does the becoming the leader in the not that long because his father his father was the founder of this the overfishing leader his father passed away of a long year ago. So he, you know, he he knows the pig. Hop is followed his father for Seth and compete. We've been saying how does this power from his father becoming the leader of this overseeing posse? And of course, he's also a mum of those other many overseas in president depended their go. Of course, if first of all who end these eighteen years long of Cup. The presidency, and they along leads the concl- then because public punk, oh who knew a day called Neil and the bright future. And also, the ten paying the, of course, lots of for words thing and just caressing like how tool as you're those let's disease and the house would be out of that you call me. So all of that about the first awards they? Is trying to meet people see months, but hey, anti longtime rule by the cubby, they widely regarded that's probably and this week, we his allies high, you know, the contents of huge communal resources, those revenues things has seen corrupted her weight, so they want to end up that chapter and the beginning to the provisional result. And we see other vote tallies. Like, the one by the DRC tick Catholic church they found a Martine for you Lou actually won the election. So do you think all these contradictory views could possibly lead to standoff or even violence in a country? Yes. I could be the wireless if all those potential of those violence, always there, especially for the election results, come surprise. Because full ask those oppose faith that meets five you'll know fans S the number one he enjoyed a high estimates of what forty seven person of the supporting rate and almost con- points higher than the feeling. So by now assignment, and then say now he lost. And then the second one stand out as we know so people as I specially those meet the by ULA supporters, basically, you know, a couldn't accept this miss out. And also this is also shots to lots of international observers because those especially the western countries, they all look. You know, the ice on me stuff. I know fairly possessing will say absolute would buy to the of Kapila, Richie is nothing. I miss the faded. Even suspicious that Keti struck a power-sharing deal with the cubby load. What's the story behind this thing? There could be some kind of a deal between them. The rise of the widely saying that we don't always the rumor or whatever so hard to tell the real story of this rumor saying the the the the lady has negotiated the deal with the Kabila because the reason to open the speech by him. The also gave his high respect that will be LA. And also saying the villa has made a great contribution to the county spend nights wars to cut enough. So anyhow, even though we don't know the real story. But according to the the those, you know, those speeches and also those statement that you don't articles has being made Pompey by the pool candidates in his very clear that the Firoz this the raider used used to be wary high the I it the higher. Higher rates wa because he's the forty against the Cuffy LA as seems that there. There's a very limited possiblity for him can be a new a tutor camp of the Cup healer by her older. Mr., you know, for me to for me to from his foodie per copy and the business quite a high possibility because he is not a fully against the visa regime and room seems to open so far we don't know whether it's to or a rumor that he has to reach the deal with a villa? But these, you know, who the pull the of the vision, you know, put the concentration of the company LA he wanted to school is pundits. Of course, Christopher who. The Phoenix Sasaki rather than goes to the a not a candidate. Because he's lease for him. If people are saying this is a was chosen few norm. You know, because he's only Sunday that interior minister he chose the by himself because that's the lowest of supporting late as so he's couldn't beat the the whole for his weenies put him beat. So you for that one? But he's toes in one. He's the former interior minister cannot be chosen the president cannot becoming the winner. So now be to the fore another move. Of course, these favor should be goes to the fading. The Joseph the current President Joseph Kabila is stepping down after eighteen years office. What does this power transfer mean to the country in the longer term? A very important milestone in the heat of Democrats repopulate Congo because if everything is has been down here, very smoothly suppose, there's no FICO violence happening after the powers for. No metal goes to who. Go. So those. The fakes all those who and other business tycoons, at least this powers prosper has been Deng. Yeah. Very peaceful way also has been found from the you'll know the latching. So this is a by itself is very important to be written down in the history of the thing. But even though they have a hussy made slower, but that's me, the Congolese people William breeze, a bright future. People just a change in president by these nothing meal have just the ways of face paint by the president office. So that's not the real thing happening. So the real things I think for the people that needs to see a weather the government can make like. Anti corruption like to bring the good life for the people and also make this. This was not desperate by a taint 'cause they should change by the different person. So like lots of things like housi- online to the country as a whole other right now, you don't cover not only, you know, control just the techno safety and some surrounding era majority of the country because this country is the biggest one I think the biggest long term size again. I think he's claiming to hold the size of the west thing Europe. So his policies on ten dollars goes to the remote area. Like eat some part of the county like a southwest or some era, so how will this country as a United people want a like a conference as building? And also how to make use of the contents reach. Resources make the brewing. The wells who the people all of the people competent people rather than go to such very small amount of those allies their pockets because the real tiny tiny. I think you for harder just before is a pendant kinks. It's so much Dr. Dr Hood's always we've been talking with Dr Hawaiian paying a senior research fellow of the institute of West Asia. And African studies at the Chinese Academy of social sciences coming up Brazilian, President Putin country from a U N migration accord, you're listening to today. I'm sui we'll be back in a minute. Join the most popular Chinese-language learning page on Facebook by searching for CR, I learn Chinese. It's a quick yet. Funkaway to achieve your luggage goals. Start your free lessons now with unlimited videos, photos and text to'real on expressions, and Chinese culture. I learned Chinese Facebook page road opens with you all. 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Joe BUSTER now row has pulled the country out of UN migration pact fulfilling a plaid she made before taking office also narrow SIS defending national sovereignty 'priority Brazil's departure from the global compact for safe what early and regular migration reflects the latest country to reject the agreement Brazil's previous administration hide sign onto the treaty last year more than seven hundred thousand registered immigrants Liffey Brazil with most coming from Portugal, Japan, Italy, per guy and believe you now we're joined by Diego Martins, a political analyst of Intel cloud consulting to talk about the political situation in Brazil, particularly the policy from a new president also narrow so miss Martin's. I mean focused this one to to quit the UN migration packed. It is promised presidential. So now ROY made before taking office. So why does the new? President president dislike this nonbinding agreement. And also, what is major stands on the migration issue. Thinking for him. Think that the things about the agreement is that miserable sonar ones to have his own police migration. I wanted to read what he's just awesome printer. He's both to a message on Twitter. Evolve. The women's you say that we have heard fuse to help boozing need but migrate immigration in not become mind. Discrimination Act is imperative for us establish a proper criteria for each country, and you shall rules without if they can better leaves of those who reside legally in Brazil fee, then and I'm gonna like they think that both in our wants will have his own policy. Beer government. See the United nation as more leftist organization. They want to have your own your own immigration ex. But the thing that Brazil's not the only countries that. We from the agreement have Italy, Australia, three in Israel area. Chili and more around thing countries, also left. The the women are even tiger. They think about the topic is that the discussion of stock. So so important for the administration young Brazil is because of the the Venezuela financial and conomic in political crisis. There's a lot of Venezuela's in crossing the border. And as both an Irish not really is there aggressive very about as well over meant. He folk with his own these these these kind of immigration policy is the only reason that these things are cheap have this level of discussion in Brazil because migration. Brazil is really important. Most of the Brazilian population is composed by by by migrants have to mention that Brazil has around three hundred years of Chinese migration? We celebrate diversity year resume resumes, the has the largest Japanese population of Japan and also the largest black or African food if you population that for the Brazil's new population is really completed by migrants, both an auto also from Arizona from anybody. There's lots of vision of do that. Your family are also other countries. So the thing that they want to have a new policy, but the policy as they say. So apart from migration policy where also seeing president Boso now row, try to materialize other campaign promises like a suspected a he will relax a gun laws and also privatize some state owned companies. So how do you think all these new policies will impact? Brazil and Brazilian economy. The thing about the gun control in the privitisation policies. The there's a lot of noise come from the government. They Mr. unexplored is only the minister of Seaview house. Does this make announcements today that he has that there are a lot of noisy component government in the do need spokeperson because on the best weeks? There's a lot of not really clear message from the government still the thing that the gun control. I think that things must be discussed. There's a lot of topics that are not clear clear enough who can has begun. Who can can't will have the right? How is how you can affect a couple of minutes of a person to have again, I think things are not really clear, and they can change about the perfect process is a process that also you need to have a left of care to to to clutch eve. A very efficient level. Brazil has some experience and the best we privatized. Some some opens the than the last century. We have two more or less than good level of officiency, but difficult in and now the government wants privatize a lot of company very short period of time. I think really dangerous for the government if they don't do a wood and nice process to to collect the companies and also the customers to have the avoid the process. Response. We heard the president suggested the United States can have his own military base in Brazil, and we heard the idea has been rejected by the military. So things like lays how much opposition does president narrow face within his own government. I mean about his agenda. Yeah. Very weirdest. There's some some some people in the military that Brazil dozen these kind of sport because we are not in a war. I mean, they're kind of problem if in Israel, but not war. It's not even a conflict. Some general say that if Brazil wings have American-based places that the country kind of we are school boy who has big brother and his brother five another boy in Brazil is not kind of. It's not in this position. There's a lot of as I said, there's a lot of noise. The government we doesn't have we don't have a really clear picture of the government now. And I think that they need to change a lot of things, especially the patient. The the media a lot of noise and some observers picture like president of now role is still in the campaign mode. So. How far do you think the president will continue to go on to fulfill his campaign promises or maybe eventually will face the political realities in Brazil? I think that. Less tree or small. So I just I like things that point to this semester. At least because he ahead as you said he's contained been finish up. He's still has this company mind to keep them making mistakes that is not really common for elect president in action. President most of these are really like he's trying to to to to face the support of the of his voters most of the premises. She's going to is going to Syria ready of permits cannot be made true. There's a lot of things that is a big difference between the campaign in the reality. I hope that they compaign and very soon he start acting as a as a president. Much Mr Martens for your analysis about the political situation in Brazil. We'll be talking with Diego Martins a political analyst with Intel cloud consulting to talk about the political situation in thousand American country. Let's take short break here. Coming back for some lighter. New stories we've been following. You're listening to today. Stay with us. Speaker with the day. I feel very much grateful for providing jump for me to communicate the world and China's progress in China accomplishment and also China's rich cultural heritage, and of course, China's desire to integrated delve into the international community. I believe today opened the window as well as build a bridge between people in China and the world. What come back? Join me for the other new second is Patrick Flannery. So we now approaching the three week, Mark. There is no end in sight for what is now. One of the longest partial government shutdown American history. The house of representatives now controlled by the Democrats passed a Bill to end it. The legislation did not clued any money for president Donald Trump's wall on the border with Mexico. That Bill is not expected to survive the Senate, by the way, which is controlled by the Republicans and now with the president and congress at an impasse. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will go yet another payday without a check. So what else is at risk right now other than the paycheck for eight hundred thousand workers. Remember these are flight, personnel or parks workers. The people we take for granted. We don't really often think about but they play very important role in our day to day lives. What's at risk for one thing safety airport security, employee's working without pay have warned that later this week if the shutdown is continuing safety is compromised because many more we'll just call in sick. So many have have not shown up to work for the last week. Or so so there are about a thousand furloughed workers now fundraising online to cover their medical bills and their mortgages. And that's according to go fund me dot com. One family. We read about today is making ends meet by selling their children's art online. So you've got food inspectors at slaughterhouses. There's no one there to regulate them at the FDA. The housing market is down. Fewer people are confident up to buy a house Smithsonian zoo penta cameras down so big and small problems. Probably one of the most significant ones is the president threatening to cut off federal aid to the victims of the wildfire in California. So what remains the operation despite the partial shutdown with the department of interior has not stopped issuing permits to oil companies to drill national parks remain open. But there are no workers there. So if you go to a national park you have to kind of pick up after yourself. No one's there to clean the toilets or or take the garbage out one. Bit of good news for taxpayers, though, as the IRS will issue a refund even if the. Shutdown extends into the April. Filing deadline never mind that a lot of may still be going without a paycheck. So we can sort of ender standing warrior drilling is kind of important strategic sector. How do you see national parks end the marriage registration? Yeah. Well, you know, it's things that we typically overlooked, but we use all the time. So I mean, when you go to a national park zoo, or you know, a monument what have you there are people there who are paid by the federal government to keep it clean? Keep it beautiful. Keep it moving. No one's there. Now right now, it's on to our next story. Well, you could say the prime minister of Australia has two left feet. We're not talking about dancing. There is photo. Evidence of this in a widely circulated family portrait, prime minister, Scott Morrison appears to have two left feet. That's because the staff wanted to Photoshop the dirty pair of shoes he likes to wear out of the photo. But Australians caught on quickly took to the internet and created hashtag shoe gate. So you have to go online to to. Take a look at this to really appreciate what this looks like. But they are two feet wearing a pair of spotless white shoes. So the prime minister was wearing some warned looking shoes. What is the problem with that? No problem with it. Although his staff wanted him to look more professional. So he started having fun with this. The prime minister himself tweeted an image of the shoes that were photo shopped it's a worn out. Pair of case was tennis shoes the laser just ragged in the prime minister calls them, my footwear of choice, whenever I can get out of a suit. So it seems is department had good intentions with doctoring the photo. Yes. A spokesperson for the government told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper that one of the staff members from the graphic design team made the decision while coming up with ideas for the prime minister's Christmas card. So that's how this whole kind of started. Right. So tell us a little bit more about prime minister, Scott Morrison. We know who took office last year. Yeah. Yeah. He took office last August, his approval rating has been pretty low and before he became prime minister. He he was a stray. Immigration minister so bit of controversy around him because in that role. He worked to prevent migrants from seeking asylum, Australia as for shoe gate. He tweeted a note to his staff instructed him the next time they ever choose to Photoshop something to focus on his hair and not shoes. Thanks, patrick. That's all the time. We have for this edition of today. Quick recap, Xi Jinping king Jolan, ho talks, reaching importing consensus, China and the US hold vice ministerial level talks on economy and trade opposition candidate. Just a second d wings DR Congo's presidential election and Brazilian president who's to country from UN ration- court. If you want to listen to this episode again, you can download our podcast world news analysis. The program engineer of this episode is the may I'm sui. Thanks for listening.

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UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva  DR Congo volcano aid operation

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UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva DR Congo volcano aid operation

"Hello in this week's fifteen minute you and catch up. We hear from the un eighteen. That's been caught up in the terrifying. Volcanic eruption and dr congo's gonna city plus the week's top news stories from your news covering ethiopia's tigray caveat in africa and a global biodiversity regeneration call. I'm your host daniel johnson. I'm recording this. At one thousand nine hundred hours central european time on thursday the fourth of june with me also albeit at virtually is regular guest at salons bahati gay. Cortez thanks for listening. Right on with the show that's stopped with the news. An area of land to the size of china needs restoring if the planet's biodiversity and the communities rely on it ought to be protected. Us agencies said on thursday the f. a. o. and unit who are the food and agriculture organization and the un environment programme of cool to reinstate at least one billion degraded hectares of land by twenty thirty. That challenge must be matched by a similar commitment to the oceans wells risk growing threat to global food security both agencies insisted. Here's tim christoffersen. Head of unit nature for climate branch ecosystems division. If we do this at the necessary scale it will have benefits. Fob young climate change and biodiversity. It will have benefits for food security for health for clean water for jobs. Restoration can benefit all these sustainable development goals in a new report mocking the start of a decade of ecosystem restoration. The un agencies warned that humans are already using one point six times the resources that nature can provide sustainably. They said that conservation efforts alone will be insufficient to prevent large scale ecosystem collapse and biodiversity loss underscoring the need for countries to reprogram their post covid nineteen recovery and move away from massive subsidies to carbon heavy sectors such as fossil fuels critical health facilities across africa face being overwhelmed as covid nineteen cases. Surge ahead of the real and rising threat of a third wave of infections in an appeal to authorities to boost lifesaving facilities the world health organization. Who warned thursday. That vaccine shipments were at a new halt to date. Only around two percent of africans have received at least one dose of covid nineteen vaccine compared with twenty four percent globally in the last two weeks. Africa has seen a twenty percent increase in coronavirus infections. Compared to the previous fortnight south africa seen a sustained increase in cases. Uganda reported a one hundred and thirty one percent week on week. Rise last week and angola and namibia have also witnessed a resurgence. Who said to ethiopia's tigray region where the world food program wfp said that it's embarked on a new round of humanitarian deliveries to mainly vulnerable women and children some of the five point. Two million people at risk emergency food assistance from the agency has now reached one million people. Since distribution started in north western and southern zones of tigray in march the un agency intends to scale up or to reach two point one million people in the region where fighting erupted last november between central government forces and regional powerbrokers law to the former ruling national party. This week's target districts in tigray sudden zones are corum and off where wfp expects to assist around eighty thousand people of the two hundred thousand most in need speaking in geneva on tuesday. Wfp spokesperson thompson underscores disturbing results of new food. Insecurity assessments. we are seeing rising levels of mao nourished women and children according to the nutrition cluster. Which is a grouping of agencies. Were working in nutrition. Almost half of the pregnant or nursing mothers in fifty three villages where either moderately all acutely malnourished. The millionth person to collect food aid was asked to begin from eddie. Millan a remote rural village fifty kilometers from sheera in the north western zone. The forty three year old mother of seven lost both her home and crops two months ago to conflict. She said that until now she'd been forced to rely on handouts from neighbors but that the wheat split peas and vegetable oil that she received would finally provide some relief from hunger. Her family had been suffering the news there. And this is you and catch up. Datelined geneva with me. Daniel johnson now to our interview which comes from goma when mount gondola erupted on the twenty second of may sending a lava lake across the center of the city destroying homes and almost reaching the airport runway. A un refugee agency team was caught up in the emergency and how to evacuate along with hundreds of thousands of people for a first hand account of these situation and the wider problems. India congo's east his jackie keegan head of. Unhcr's go office complete with a very noisy winged. Onlooker as you'll hear the earthquakes have slowed and are now of less intensity of lord intensity there remains movement of magma underneath the city of goma and a risk of the second eruption following the eruption of the twenty second of may how many people are on the move from goma. The current estimate is about four hundred thirty thousand people who fled goma in immediate aftermath of the eruption on the twenty second or the the order to evacuate on the early morning of the twenty seventh of may there is there is a movement people are coming back to parts of that are considered to be less dangerous but there are still certainly under the thousands of people in different parts of north ski too and even northern south keeble who have fled the threats that we're now there are one and a half million people in goma however and there is talk of a lava stream two and a half miles beneath the surface of the city so if they were to be evacuated they needed to flee where would they go is capacity to help them and even for those who have already fled. I've come back to goma i. I left with the first wave to help my colleagues setup the response in k. If those of us the few of us who've come back to goma need to lead again including the rest of the residents fear then we would need to go west to sake and into south kivu and probably the mountains north of socks and minova where the majority of people are are or indeed go north to ritual and the area north of goma generally and how about the violence to the north jackie in the key news that displaced hundreds of thousands of people have access to them where they sheltering are scattered around north kivu in different price are there are multiple armed. There are as many as one hundred and twenty two armed groups recognized in north kivu south people in detroit active and then there are military operations against them as well as conflicts between them so they're scattered around the province. There are several key operating areas in inland from from goma and from the runner ugandan border. Most people are hosted in host families in the congo by the majority. Those who are living insights are often there for very long period of time so we're working with communities and local authorities to try to help the capacity video of locals to respond because they are the first responders reading with us support yes and you yourself have been displaced would displaced from the eight two neighborhoods in goma with had to be evacuated. Where are you talking to be from a u. inattentive you in a complex. What's the situation for you and your team at the moment in goma. My team in goma is made up of me and one other person. We are in the relatively safer area of goma. We've we've come back since the initial flight. I accompanied my first operational team. When gumma was being emptied we went together to suck and indeed. I stayed in tents with eight colleagues and we tried to get to sleep in to try and get some work started. We managed to get first tupolev and immediate items and then we starting to build supplies. We started that the day off. The we all got there. We got there in the night of the twenty seventh and the distribution started on the twenty eight k. Another team arrived and is now in true as of yesterday. So i came down to goma in order to help coordinate both of those teams and to support them and also to connect with the rest of the province so that we're able to keep the word going not only in those two hubs but also in northern south cuba minova and calleja and and then also as we were saying before in places where people have needed to flee violence caused by conflict. It sounds like you need a lot more people than you appear to have on the ground. Jackie and just quickly then onto soccer which is to the west of goma where a lot of people based and and where they're getting help. There's a massive cholera threat. There isn't there. So how are you managing to respond to that. If i might just add onto that bolt on quickly what's been the biggest challenge at inside the learn from being displaced yourself and then trying to deal with an emergency. Asaki is one of many places in the eastern drc where cholera is endemic ends. We and others are trying. We have a relatively small water and sanitation program. That accompanies i work in thompson sites. The red cross unisys Others are working. On trying to get water in in much larger quantities to be another important problem. Is that the water system for goma. Town itself was damaged in the volcano and earthquake of last weekend. So is also work being done to try and improve that situation so that when people can come back they don't come back to a dangerous situation for more dangerous situation You know i. I was a lucky one. I we were. We ran away with a bag of stuff and we weren't quite sure we were going to sleep that night. And so like everybody else had to knock on doors and and we were lucky we found the guatemalan contingent of one disco offers a tent. And we were lucky to be there and Without the un peacekeepers isn't it the un peacekeepers helped us and we felt like he should be there just as people who fled to the catholic parishes or or other churches and places of worship schools. You know we did what we could. I think i mean one of my colleagues said to me that she actually left with her children. She said she had never properly understood the importance of child friendly spaces to displacement situations that it's it's a really important thing for children to be able to have space to go where they feel safe and where parents are safe leaving them. The parents deal with the logistics of being displaced. and i. i think we've all got each of little lessons. Learned from our experiences. How important warm blanket is you know. It's we often feel. We don't give enough but those little things in fact ended up being really big when you're wet and cold and the ground is shaking and you can still see the glow from the volcano so we have a bit of sympathy. I think that people in the way that maybe we didn't understand before. Many thanks to jackie keegan for sharing her precious time and insight when she had a million things to do other than talk to me right to wrap up the show. It's time to say a very warm orla to salaj. Got us from the information service. At u n geneva for her personal take on this week's interview from the drc. Hi solarge orla. Danielle leaving under a volcano knowing that it can fall on you at any time must be something that puts you in constant insecurity. Unfortunately for people in goma. Mount nyiragongo is not the only source of insecurity. As we heard from jacqui keegan we are talking about ebola and then make coletta covid years of ethnic conflict violence on tuesday. Un secretary general antonio guterres strongly condemned attacks by suspected members of the allied democratic forces in easter dr congo the tax which targeted internationally displaced persons camps near the towns of boga in it'll territory eatery and tabby in north kivu province left at least fifty five civilians dead and many others in jury before the eruption of the three thousand four hundred seventy meter mount ngongo people where already working in burdening lava volcanoes have strong symbolism in indigenous communities and in literature there are many metaphors. The french american technique writer emesa was haunted by a double obsession the negative vision of potentially deadly volcano which at the same time fascinated him. Suzanne wrote a play called a season in the congo. In which he compares the colonization to volcano. In act three scene one one of the characters says i did not think that faster than the level of the volcano gross a cast would have been born of voracious and in a bulldogs the cast of colonials a new gentleman and it is this cast that has confiscated for its benefit the advantageous that you were entitled to expect from our congolese revolution. There are reckless furious. Impracticable volcanoes volcanoes. Does that swallow whole cities like pompeii in their time but did are also human acts that kill faster than the feary level of volcanoes after dealing with the immediate terrible ethics of the eruption. The people of god will still have to dig themselves out from other human disasters. Thank you so launch. And of course that digging ourself out from disaster and resilience building and also development are key issues that the united nations is involved in doing in participation with many international and domestic partners and national governments. We will have the latest on the frankly very worrying mount nyiragongo situation on the un news website. Of course say. Please look there for further details. That's pretty much it though from us but before we go belated farewell to long standing friend of the show. Justin brice who was here at the very beginning. Our production assistant and researcher who's always behind the scenes but a friendly face to to half on board. She's moving onto bigger brighter. Things after her stint at you and tv and radio here in geneva we are missing her already. And you're listening to us just dean. Thank you again fall of your help. Thanks to listeners. Because we do appreciate you following us. Please get in touch via the geneva facebook page or you can always contact us on our twitter. Feed at u n geneva. We really would love to hear from you and we'd love to hear about your stories if you would care to share them. That's it from salon. I'm from me that you can join us next time. Bye bye for now by danielle and fellow those two to everybody and thank you for listening.

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Intro for today's podcast at 4 PM featuring Dr Wong

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

04:54 min | 3 months ago

Intro for today's podcast at 4 PM featuring Dr Wong

"Yup everybody in the house. So then my doubt house dot com. They have pain calling. The call. Back dr doc Call the old baby. Gentlemen dr ron. Here dr ronni. I am the host of dr ron filtered uncensored. Today we are going to bring you an encore presentation at four pm. Dr william wong the burr. This program contains general medical information. The medical information heard on this program is not advice. Should not be treated as such. You are encouraged to confirm information obtained from this program with other sources in review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. And i welcome you with an attitude of gratitude. You're in for a a real thrill at four. Pm lays gentlemen Those of you. Who know dr congo know-how succinct than to the point is with his presentations. He is a classical naturopathy. He is a exercise physiologists. He's a certified athletic trainer a certified sports medicine trainer. He is a member of the world's sports medicine hall of fame and a health and fitness consulted. And he's been a great guest on. Dr on filtered uncensored for many many years and i thought today would be a good time to go back and listen to his lecture on fighting things most likely to kill us and he will open his presentation with something i have been talking about pretty consistently for the past years. That doctors are the number three cause of death in the united states each and every year for at least four hundred thousand and then they'll go on from there to explain the things that you control. Dr wu is an excellent speaker. You're going to enjoy this presentation. He has a great website called. Dr wong's message that calm air. We can find a lot of natural articles lectures spiritual articles martial arts articles and his famous supplement. Store dr wong is also and alright. Catholic priest so with that being said Just wanted to make sure you know. I'm around but i wanna do it. Just go back in time a little bit and so you can hear what this tremendous physician has. He's a physician. he's a healer and he does use biology physiology and anatomy to arrive at conclusions not just an algorithm. And he's a hands on person so with that being said ladies and gentlemen i'm gonna wedges sign off and at four o'clock of just have a ball listening to dr wong season. Everybody that the rise finish for today. A hopi gushing wisdom with the man.

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Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

UN News

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

"This is an academy with your news. Following a rising attacks on civilians allegedly committed by the Allied Democratic Forces or ATF armed I group into eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC coupled with attacks against Ebola workers and independent assessment of the UN peacekeeping response by the MONUC mission was established last December the independent assessment found that in the months of November and December alone. More than two hundred sixty civilians. Mainly women and children were killed by presumed ADF combatants in brutal attacks mostly at night it also conclude that protecting acting civilians in Beni territory requires a comprehensive UN response Lieutenant. General cuddles Albert Shan't crews will lead the assessment team gene was at U N headquarters in New York on Monday to brief the Security Council in told you and uses Monica Rayleigh. That's armed groups. Main agenda is criminal is not political. We we had to talk to the Security Council to explain the main conclusions have reports and concluded is on the Lee structure that we need to change to in order to have more operational activities in the mission mainly connected connected to the intelligence system and the professional control in the idea of banning in the east of phone. What do you have? Groups like. Eighty F- other armed groups which are the main challenges. And how do you suggest to tackle them. And these groups have in that region they are armed groups but they are as well. I kind of organized crime because the control many illegal business and across the borders with the neighbor neighboring countries and It's very difficult to have some operations against them because they don't all have political agenda they have a Criminal behavior is going to do something. Based on your report I think so because is the chief of GPO hero commended. The the United Nations to prepare one action plan in order to establish the practical measures to implement the recommendations. We haven't report and last question you were therefore for a while Now we have a new General taking over also Brazilian. Would you recommend something to him in this next month. In order to help to tackle the insecurity We they had A coincidence because Genero is here during this week we had to pursue to talk but not there to make recommendation because general exit officer Brazil selected one of the best one and And then I think he will be successful successful in the mission and this also he was also trained by you in the past. He was a student in the preparatory school. And I was a captain them and then a because I'm eleven years older than the general and then he's a new generation from ski officer and fantastic generation. We have in Brazil.

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Poking Multiple Gods

Armstrong & Getty

37:43 min | 4 months ago

Poking Multiple Gods

"Mass broadcasting live. Think my lord. Today's young armstrong and getty guy armstrong and getty must studio say seeing york solution. Something we call a dimly lit room within the bowels of the armstrong and getty communications compound. In hey buddy today. We're under the tutelage. Our general manager let south african variant. Oh boy it's in the. Us survey. Jack is breached our shores. Yeah no that's a bad thing. It's definitely bad. But i just heard a An was not evitable. However i knew it was bad news but it up a couple of people that have it have no travel history or anything like that so that means they got it from somebody else which means it's all over the place pretty much is what's so. Here's a here's a good story. I just heard on the news. I won't say what news outlet it was but they lead with good news. Johnson and johnson has just announced the results of the tests of the scene. It's eighty five percent effective. Doesn't matter that dr fauci said yesterday anything below ninety percent. You shouldn't get. They still lead with good news and then they said on the south african a very very. It's effective sixty five percent that makes it damn near worthless. So you're think. I disagree with you but if go on to lead with with good news. It's not that good news. It's not that good news. It's really and really in fact. It's really scary news. So i don't know what you're supposed to do with that. I would say it's halfway between my views. Are new. wants carefully researched. Certainly not yet. Yay the new vaccine that just came out as sixty five percent effective against the south african. We hoping for better now. The other ones are much much better. They seem to be up to practically the same speed. they are on the other ones which is good. That is good. Yeah yeah and you know. It's the reason. I'm not as negative as you are about. This is that. And i've got to find i've got it printed out just reading the actual study. Believe it or not. There were no severe cases in the people who got vaccine who got the case. They got mildly. Ill and there were quite a few in the placebo. They got very ill when he might get it. But you'd be fine prior hope that's true yes so then that's not worthless on the other hand fact that a lesser product is now going to be available some day when i can't get the good product that's out now. It's you know. I'm not going to tap dance over here so further into it. We're now getting vaccines. That are less effective. That's not what we want. I don't think now. Do we have a really good picture of the perfect vaccines effectiveness against the south african variant. At this point they reliable. No there are no reliable figures. Okay there just think that they'll work. Yeah and there's lots of stuff. They've thought that. I've heard through the course of this thing. Are you sure. The ninety percent thing was not. We need ninety percent for her immunity as opposed to ninety percent. Efficacy of vaccine nano concede that herd immunity thing became a big story over the christmas break because he had originally said sixty or whatever and it's much higher than that right. I have a clip here. If you want hear. It can't go much better than ninety. Four ninety five which is where moderna and pfizer. But i would like to see the ons. J. j. Product come around near. They're just maybe a few of if you see a twenty less than that then you gotta be careful of that. There's to be some eyebrows. Raised about which one you're gonna wanna use of their herd immunity. One he had originally said like sixty but then it turned out. It's more like eighty and he said he had lied to the public. But it was a noble lie because we couldn't handle the actual truth Thank you is one which your leadership is a good way to destroy all credibility nippy. Oh god like one won't do you realize the next thing you say for the rest of your life. Don't have any belief that it's true because i realize you don't think i can handle the truth. There's this novak's a biotech company. That was released. Their results eighty nine percent effective against the regular one fifty percent effective against the south african about of version. You know what that's the one. That's the one that They didn't have severe illness so i thought it was pretty good. Not the johnson johnson. I apologize too many vaccines so we still don't know what johnson and johnson has on that but Yeah that's a problem anyway. So we got the game. Stop story going on. That's cool A lot of people really really angry at the robin hoods of the world who absolutely jumped in on behalf of the fat cats and are acting like they didn't know that's not what they're saying jack they wouldn't lie to us. Wall street would never lied to us. How dare you And then the school closings story. Which i think is a joe like joe said yesterday. It's about to really explode like the rubber is going to meet the road. The failure of the teachers unions to permit the reopening of schools. And yes teachers are gonna be fired or the public is gonna turn in such an angry way that they're gonna feel like they gotta do something or whatever so. That's pretty darned exciting. Oh yeah and overdue You know it's teamwork makes the dream work and that's why we introducing the squad. There's our board operator. Michelangelo pressing buttons flip and toggles pulling levers higher. This morning matt pretty good. You know i was interested investing in the stock market and getting some investments going. But this is before the whole game stop happened to now. I'm really hesitant to even invest in the stock market. Be honest with you. I wouldn't nine funds my friend. Yeah this is a very tightly focused. Little thing that happened index funds is great advice. Not that many people get into individual stocks. No and i wouldn't unless you're a you have a lot of money in the bank and you can lose money and be you spend a lot of time thinking about it and learning about it. Yeah like Like positive sean. Or my dad. It's one of those two things to huge hobby where you know you spend a ton of time on it that works but like for a guy like me and There's positive sean who smile lights up the room. How're you doing quite well. This was a my favorite tweet. That made the rounds yesterday. Not taking credit for this This cleverness pandemic day twenty five. I made bread day ninety five. I sure do miss my friends day. Three hundred and ten. The white house appears to be under the control of a shirtless man in a viking helmet. Day three thirty read it's coordinated attack on wall street is going as planned. I thought that was delightful. Bread is the first one read by storming the capital and and remaking capitalism and read it has toppled wall street. Well and i absolutely think those those many events are related to With covert and the shutdown and the rest of the mir going around about the four wednesdays of january no it was the the storming the impeachment. The swearing in and then the game. Stop thing all the games allen. Jack remarked on it halfway through that the previous to win. Wednesday's had been insane and he feared what was coming. While you're right you read the augers correctly. The game something hit a critical mass on wednesday. It's been it's been burning thing for a while. I'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this. It is friday january twenty ninth. Nothing bad happens on a friday. The twenty twenty one armstrong and getting. We approve this program. And you just jab the gods in the chest. Thanks for that god. So you're a multi. God pertinent enough. I have an idol family room. You talking zeus and hercules or you got a different crowd. Let's begin officially now. According to the fcc rules regulations that we follow religiously one just one of our many gods here we go at mark need supplemental for a more security for members when the enemy is within the house. I tried to get within. I should've let her finish that. Last word you suck so beyond joe's rejection of monotheism how does look it's good it's a rare it certainly could be a rare single themed mailbag that theme being changing the names of schools named after historical figures. Yeah there's quite a bit of pushback on that even in san francisco. I know i know shows you how crazy the people in charge are if the san francisco chronicle says to the board of education number one. You're nuts number two. You're not educating anybody. Things have come seriously off the rails. Lots today are text. Line is four one five two nine five k. Ftc the armstrong and getty show brief off mayor discussion about cable news ratings. And it sent me to googling. And i miss the story a day ago where. Cnn beat fox for the first time in like twenty five years or something like that people like garbage. Jack on hinders breakdown of the ratings and who watches what. That's pretty entertaining. What percentage of of liberals primarily get their news from fox or conservatives primarily. Get their news from msnbc and there there are some. Wow what's your primary source for news. There are people who responded to that survey in that way. Well that's that's accurate that's accurate. Yeah okay. Sean is a big fan of the people like the troll. Pollsters their one hundred percent doing it for months. I downloaded the yougov app. I'm answering all sorts of stuff. Wrong mailbag whole greater over below belt. Where am i staggered. My excuses mike. Computers like crashed in my. My constitution quotes are unavailable on your computer. Crashes you failed to know what day it is apparently. Hey it's time to take a look back at the week. That was i. It's cow clips. Luik a luxury. You can't live without larry. I'm on duck tales. Think there was a great deal of evidence of fraud and changing the election laws illegally. Thorough investigation is warranted senator. Paul thanks for your time this morning. No one stay home if you want to. It's good if you stay home but you should go out but you should support local businesses but safely at home unless you want to go. they complain. their children are suicidal. Without school. or sports. I find these statements. Ignorance and another expression of white privilege show broadcasting bludgeons on broke entire crowd non lie. Should we celebrate the life of the beloved eighteenth century. Poet space huggies. We can open up school safely and they will not be sources of of infection for people who are. They're adults or kids so we clearly can do it and saga of the markets right now and that is the story of game. Stop the reason. Why game stop happened. Scott was not because of a fundamental disagreement about valuation. It was because of portfolio construction arbitrage. If you want to go in and address the solution fix the precondition. Fix the ability for these stocks to be so massively. Shorted in the first place. Ghostbusters twinkies with a blue cream filling. So who you gonna call. Dr congo bows to know. How many times do you think my youngest son has watched the king kong vs godzilla trailer. Less than me. I would certainly got to be around fifteen. Yeah that's great mailbag and he acts very man. I said i. It does seem to have a rooting interest. Does he liked to be a toward. The is a little scared. I convinced him. That king kong is on the side of humanity. Likes the people friends with a little girl. Good versus evil. Okay good all right. Well he's up against the debt lizard is big and powerful is that listener lectured us the other day about his various capability. Oh here we go our freedom of quote of the day. I've got my computer to work this time. From abraham lincoln whose name is being stripped from skulls in san francisco we. The people are the rightful masters of both congress and the courts not to overthrow the constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the constitution. Yeah defending the old patrick on the school renaming. I the first thing. I don't see san francisco. Renaming their schools is a bellwether for the rest of the country. it's mostly just a reminder of how screwed up. some people are a nick. I used to believe that sort of thing. But i've seen the the incredibly dangerous mania of the far left sweep across the land through our schools and universities. It is absolutely a bellwether of what's happening on the other hand he goes on. I have a recommendation. Free school of san fran removes the name of geeta late. Great abraham lincoln. Well played a neighboring school district. Puts that name on to schools if not a neighboring district at least in california or preferred anywhere else and make it public. Currently numbered district would be a great home for a dozen. George washington elementary middle and high schools. We've got a name the studio starting today what you want to go. With abraham lincoln cure broadcasting from the abraham lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center. This is the armstrong and getty show knicks sign-off lg f l l g f. l. a. o. s. g. like george foreman name oliver schools. George nick nick. Right anytime rather. That's funny yeah Let's see dick From pennsylvania draws our attention to part of the san francisco chronicle coverage of the idiocies of that city that formerly great city. Here's a quote from the article. Wi- lincoln commuted the death sentences of two hundred and sixty five indigenous men thirty two. We're hanged the committee. Said this met the criteria for name removal and that his life taken on as a whole was not relevant so a great man who freed the hundreds of thousands did anything something anything they didn't like and therefore must be removed. A single send enough according these puritanical mental cases interesting to see who they decide to put on the schools although i think the uprising might be enough to reverses but What names they choose to put on the schools. And then dick from pop points out so i hope this wisdom will also be used when sentencing criminals considering poll of parole and commuting sentences. He actually gives a lot to charity. He's a good dad but no no no no no. Let's fill up those prisons progressives 'cause you say the totality of his life is doesn't matter will follow your lead boy goodwin sickos nice Nice point there's yeah. I'd say Mike in Norcal rights guys in regards. Thursday show offensive names. The patch of the city be renamed. Can we really allow the city to be named after a saint. I mean he wasn't he also. Spanish certainly homophobic racist by today's standards needs to be cancelled. We could call the land. Mass formerly san francisco something like west coast city number one well given what smeared on its streets and color west coast city number two. But how far will we go on both frightened and intrigued to see how much this bs we. The people put up with and san francisco the leading sanctuary cities. Where they believe anybody. Who's here illegally for mexico. Coke should get to stay. This would now borders taken the names off all the schools of any of the people from mexico that came to the united states and established anything. Correct yes really interesting well. It's mental illness. These people are crazy. If you follow them. You're even crazier reject their idiocy. Good lord there's more on this topic to come obviously oh in the non opening of schools. That's a big lot of those stocks are soaring. We'll get the latest on that whole story. Getty the demand for telemedicine grows so does the need for connectivity. five g. meets that need qualcomm remains focused on giving doctors and patients superior security rich five g. Connectivity learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age The armstrong and getty show reason the market is doing his people sitting at home. Getting checks in government k. And this fair. Share is a book concept. It's is just a way of attacking wealthy people. And i think it's inappropriate wrong to work together and paul together now. That angry man is leon cooper. Mundy's a hedge fund manager. And he's a little riled up about the whole game stop etc a stock pumping thank. Does he understand doesn't clearly Politics national mood any of that very little. He could say that's going to make people say you know what i feel for you. Well not only that but he comes with a lot of ground in that very brief rant from you know income. Redistribution of what's happening with game stopped. Whatever else the Let me do this. I thought this was great. And i like this idea derek thompson. Who's a staff writer for. The atlantic as headline is the whole messy ridiculous game. Stop saga in one sentence gate. And i'd love to see more of that you know i'd like to add that. It's a great challenge now. Is that a preuss like sentence. That's got several pages and semi colons. It's a little pru sti. It's not it no but it's not that bad the game stop. Saga is a ludicrous stock. Mania born of pandemic boredom and fear of missing out piggybacking. Off of a clever read revenge plot which targeted hedge funds who made a reckless bet on a struggling retailer and it's going to end with lots of people losing incredible amounts of money. I think that was good now. The hedge fund guys and those who they control those that they have choke chains on are saying we had to shut down trade it trading to protect small investors. They didn't realize they could lose a lot of money. And we're going to help them by not letting them by the shares anymore. That's the worst excuse ever so the the protesting so yesterday beating up on robin hood. You had ale. See ted cruz. Liz warren and rush limbaugh right all in agreement on beating up on robinhood yesterday. That is which is you know. There was an astrologist. I'd i'd jump into lakers of. That's that's a line of you'll never see again. Not easy to anger that crowd together of thinking that that was unfair to a regular investors. And just get. I think they would have been better off to say. We don't think the little guy win the big. I should always stopped. It would have been better off saying that then. The paternal were just protecting you right right. Well now robin comma hoodlum the The the website that was at the center of a lot of this said look we take trades but we have like a middleman that indemnify says that. Make sure we can pay off that that we're not going to end up with no money and go broke. And they told us there's so much downside risk to these zillions of purchases. You gotta stop too much risk. So they're saying 'sorry it was our. I can't even remember the official term for the company. That's kind of the middleman. But they said they made us sorry we want to. They made us do whether that's true or do they ever intervene the other direction where that happens the no. Yeah now obviously. I know more about the radio industry than i do about that industry. It was one of those things that you could get them to make a legitimate plea like that. Which has the convenient a side effect of getting you off the hook and building up a wall between you and the rogo mob of swell time investors. So i'm sure a single called that clearinghouse or whatever it is right and they'd say yeah. Okay we'll say that yes sir. Thank you sir. Thank you for talking to a sir so glad you know our numbers sir. Thank you sir. But i don't know could be tucker had some interesting stuff on robinhood yesterday. We need to play the the ad that they that they were running. As recently as a month ago about how they're they're about taking back wall street for the little guy and everything like that and according to tucker these various these these various things came along really to a big wall street was Pointing them in the direction of trying to get so much of that money that's on the sidelines. Giant crowd out there. That doesn't invest to get him invested and try to manipulate them. Certain directions making it feel like you know you're sticking it to the man or whatever it is but really it was about guiding things certain directions and just making wall street more powerful getting way under fifty crowd to start pouring money into the market. We once again. I don't know if that's true or not. But you get into that more detail coming up one of our favourite financial guys. He's one of my favorite guys. Is charles pain. He works for fox business He's occasionally on fox news and he was taking a very populist view of this thing compared to some of the besuited jackasses on financial news networks. Who are so clearly just parroting whatever their overlords had told him to say about all. This is a terrible trend. The new he can't let his al right. I saw a lot of pundits on cable news yesterday. Who clearly are tied in at a high level with wall street and they were sickening. Yeah exactly on the other hand you got charles. Bring the pain. Let's start with clip. Thirty market. Curious know these rich funds folks always say hey shorting it's good. It helps the quantity. It keeps the market running. It's a pretty good thing. What's not thing is a you issued issue ten shares and and bradbury inc. And somebody saw that. It was worth one hundred dollars and thought. Maybe i can drive to a buck is a great company. So somehow they were able to borrow twenty years. Now you only get ten but somehow they can borrow twenty and selling and keep selling and pounded and pounded and pound and pound it into submission and a long way all the investors who believe in bredbury corporated also lose their shirt. And this is what's happening. Well yeah in the employees to. I mean it can drive company out of business. You got the ball run with charles. This is not about trading. This is about a cottage industry of very wealthy billionaires who have been able to pound stocks into complete submission. it's not about a trade. it's not about them thinking something oversold. It's about them thinking that it's not as hopeless that there's no brokerage firms covering it or the most brokerage firms have a hold rating. Maybe a celebrating. No one's going to come to its defense. They're not looking for a trade. They looking for total submission so all of a sudden you get a bunch of young investors mostly not as investors excited and they start to notice. Hey if you buy these stocks up. Sometimes they get squeezed. So the person. Shorted your stock at ten may have the by twelve fourteen. Start getting a little nervous and on and on and on. This is one call. A classic is the ultimate short-squeeze. I love that. So much. And i love his honesty. So much He gets into robin hood compounds. The error the problem in addition to these hedge funds already being able to borrow unlimited amounts of stock and artificially sell it right. This is not a real market. They are making the market to the downside. Now on top of this today you have all of these platforms including robin hood. And i'd say shame on them who've stopped same investors from buying stock. So guess what they can only sell it okay. They can sell it the shortcut. Of course gonna go down. It's really a serious injustice. If something's gotta be done something should be done on the ability to to get a hundred and forty percent of a company's float which obviously doesn't exist and sell it into the market. I think he started there. Yeah i really like that. That it's not a market the way the guys who were doing in able to as he said there A pound of stock into submission if they decide to do that and and so just real quickly the one of the upsides of pounding a company all the way into bankruptcy is then you never have to cover your shorts in the first place right you just get to keep everything that you sold because the company no longer exists there's no more shares you got other people invest in you know thinking this is legit market and i'm just trying to do it on whether or not. I think this company is valuable going forward. Yeah it looks though a game stop. Looks like a bargain right. Now that they'll find a way out of it. No no no no. No you don't understand. And i love this and the point was a little bit subtle but the fat cats were absolutely manipulating the stock price. They know how to do it. They know how to drive it into the ground. Like he was describing. And then these upstarts come along and said yeah. We know how to do that too and they did in the other direction and other fact catcher saying they're manipulating the prize. They're manipulating prize. Oh my god. It's horrifying in hilarious. It's horrified areas. I saw some wall street journal guy yesterday on cable news channel. Say well what these investors are going to learn these novice investors as the game stocks. Stock is not worth what they think. It is the company's not worth that amount of money and they're going to get burnt by this and they're gonna precisely. We're not doing why they're doing this. They're not doing it because they think games is going to turn it around and become apple or something. Did he not know the point or was that just covering for his overlords. A wall street journal reporter. It was right off the same page of. We want to protect these small-time investors. That's why we're shutting down. Trade was embarrassed for him saying that out loud. they're going to learn a lesson. These novice investors that stock is not worth what they think it is. They know what they're doing. What are you talking about well. Let's have charles payne address with one final clip the We're helping the little guy argument. I don't think that these platforms did this for the little guy. I really believe they circle the wagons to help the hedge funds who control wall street. Who by the way by the order flow from robin hood. So they didn't do this the same. The little guy you don't you don't seduce people into trading by giving them free stock and these commercials and talking about the beauty of and then you have the biggest folks on wall street right there. Ready to crack. Pull the rug out from under those same people used to do to. The market is a shame. It really is damn right. It's a shame because when they had him on the ropes. You had you had a crooked ref and you had the champ on the ropes and the ref steps in and gives us the champ a chance to catch a breather. You're not underestimate the his point of they seduce these people into trading not like the in various ways. But the robin hood shoots confetti across your screen when you make a deposit into the account right like it's doing how very facebook very facebook very video game e. using the same sort of triggers and reward mechanisms to write like they have gema fide trading. And when they when the gamers started winning they changed the rule. Have y'all watched social dilemma yet. The documentary watch it. I've watched it. I'm going to watch it again. So i thought your description was great yesterday on never heard anybody else say it throughout the day is that not since. Oj tiger woods. Has anybody fallen from grace. So fast as robin hood did yes. They had an ipo coming up right around the corner. I would all but assuredly that's going to be postponed if not canceled entirely morning various theories are that the part of the smoky phone calls. That happened where they posit. Don't worry about your ipo. will bu- will privately by you down the road later. Don't worry we'll make you whole But again that's getting into tinfoil hat stuff robin hood this small-time investors put a nine iron to robin hood's head elon. Musk who's the richest man in the world just tweeted that short selling is a scam i to a large extent it is. I think charles paint. Put it beautifully. You can't have a one hundred and forty percent of the stock that exists in the world being short sold. It's bad you can if you're a gazillion air and you can you know you can handle the numbers that are involved. It's time to take back wall street. Occupy it or something. Yeah would a fascinating story. They actually learned how to occupy wall street this time. Yeah yeah from your computer got more on that and we hippies yellen in a tent was nothing impeding the macro view of this among other things on the way getting uh the armstrong and getty show story came out yesterday. New crass jokesters. We're going to try to make sport of the story's headline we listened to a number of late night comics who Who made jokes about this story that we're not going to air any. Even this joke is not for everyone. I'll admit so if you're if you're bothered by things maybe don't listen for the next by some things. Ladies and gentlemen. Seth meyers health officials in china are considering using an anal swab method to test for the corona virus. The bad news is it still has to reach the back of your throat. China was not bothered by that. Everybody has that part. it's fine. i love yourself their like opinions right exactly in the words of the great ch Child's children's book. everybody poops. it's fine. We're fine it's a good joke right there you know. What else is a joke. Andrew cuomo the governor of new york in a active hubris stupidity that could only be achieved or equalled by a few including at the other end of the country gavin newsom this guy in the midst of the highest death toll of any state in the union from the covert wrote a book. About how great a job he did. It's almost incomprehensible. Shameless and awful. That is i mean. It's hard even believe it happened. If i hadn't seen it myself i wouldn't believe it. Well the state attorney general who is a democrat and liberal says. It's likely that the cuomo administration failed to report a better way to put it under reported the nursing home death toll by as much as fifty percent accidentally not on certainly not on purpose to hide the fact that his policy was such a failure and i will get to that your honor what happened was of the thousands of poor older folks who succumbed in large part because cuomo insisted nursing homes taken cova positive patients. They were saying no no. It's gonna kill all the people here and he said no you gotta take him only state to say that by the way got the covid and was dying and they whisked him to the hospital five minutes before they succumbed cuomo and company called. Those hospital deaths not nursing home tests. If they contracted it and became ill even gravely ill even five minutes before they died. If they could get him out the doors of the nursing homes they would call them hospital deaths which the attorney general is now said is absolutely not acceptable. Now the point was made. And this was made i think in the new york times that i should have highlighted the sends the long and short of it is They may have intensely played down the number and they said well either. A bunch of nursing homes separately decided to list the debts this way in the same way seems likely or they were told to. That's that's a pretty good point right there. Yeah yeah and something tells me that And i know something about that industry. They're so regulated and it's just it no. It's not a coincidence. That so many of the nursing homes in new york decided to do the same thing Now call moaners. People are are fighting back and saying now that's not true but it clearly is it. Clearly as these half wits get elected governor. I guess because they have d next to their name. They've they're they're the darling or whatever. They're the connected person in a state where an are can't get elected. One party rule always yields governance. So what does the Game stop story. Trump getting elected brexit. The whole bunch of these stories. all have in common. We can talk about that later. There is definitely a revolt among the masses worldwide rightly wrongly but ultimately. It doesn't really make any difference whether it's rightly or wrongly if you end up on the other end of a revolution whether or not. It was justified explain. Yeah that's the thing about angry. Mobs you really really want to avoid him. Because you think they're going to do one thing in your with them then they do something else in lots of people. Missing is the context that that's an ancient expression the voice of reason against the howl of the mob. The voice of reason has no chance. Yeah man there's a lot of that going on in the world now the a revolt against some giant institutions. Not all exactly the same in there in the in the level of the rightness of the mob but it's a similar thing in that giant amounts of people don't believe in our system. Don't believe in the you don't believe that either party is looking out for you. So they pick somebody who's not really part of either party. Don't believe wall street is fair at all. And i remember one class from political science where they talked about sometimes those in power Need to give some. They need to let off steam. They need to make concessions. But sometimes those concessions lead to even more of the mob gaining power so sometimes give concessions. Sometimes you crack down and often. What you did does the opposite of what you're hoping absolutely it's always a gas and sometimes there's nothing you can do it all because you've created a situation of righteous anger that you can't control no matter what you do. Good one more on that a bunch of other stuff. On the way and getty.

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Olivier Bernhard

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37:38 min | 5 months ago

Olivier Bernhard

"Hello and welcome to run port. The run club of the podcast world much. Like other run clubs. We meet weekly by here. It really doesn't matter how fast you're on how long you run for nor how far you travel in that time. All runners are welcome fast. Slow young owed new. Experienced gazelles plotters. You might glide you might. You might struggle but the facts that you get out there and give it a go is what really matters now. I'm jenny falkiner. And every week. I am joined by a guest who also loves roughing and today's guest has turned his passion into a full moon global business. In fact it's one of the major players in the fitness world for today. I am joined by founder of on running. olivier bernard. Hello there said he and hello everyone listening way. Glad to be beaten. Welcome to run part. It's great to have you. I mean this is exciting. The magic of the internet means levy. I am in london. Where are you today. I'm in a small switzerland looking out my way abilities about Snow it's nice. it's beautiful it's cold some problems with very close to knock the actual sway salves but the very stop the sauce overview. Talk about the pretty sure. We're gonna talk about Later into the talk anyway. Yeah we certainly well. I mean how exciting that. You're in the snowy swiss alps. And i'm i'm more in a very gray london town but you know you're right at its it's there's no excuse. If you want to go running you should just be able to go. And you should take on the elements whatever they are absolutely and i think that was maybe not the first thing. I embraced with london. Butler and i stopped at traveling in wanting before in professional athletes. But also before i found it on that was beauty. You know in traveling. Then you get to you see peaches shoes. You sold New garon you exac. Can you at the badri was for to get their song. You know all the good coffee places where the butcher is to get the meat for the opportunity evening so i always thought that so cool in running. I mean that must much more inviting than just to be safe. It always goes to me. When i would i be again. Union athletes will now becoming found dover global successful Running company and. Can i say i mean. Obviously you have this incredible business which we are definitely going to talk about by the way. But i can we talk a little bit about you livia because am i right in saying you are pro athlete yourself and a pretty speedy marathoner to that right. Jenny thank you. I think i used to be by then. Told you said very nicely. The beginning of the opening wouldn't speed means like to me over here is has been a professional athlete. It was all about speed. It was not so much just in inside was not so much about being enough to me. it was a was always trying to be the best actually but time high was even second or third priority. So you know. I think nowadays i. I stopped competing in two thousand five salutes. On fifteen years ago. And i've only done one marathon mandates. Exactly i quit an mir. Since i put on by common number or i would lie in out for full for the full raise. I think you know some of you might ask why because know he talks about. Passion is not doing this. I just think you know the union professional full long time. I've thought this is my job almost than that giving it all be one with the based and then if you don't have to be the best in new clearly richest will have found a faith and i always i think before even over the eighty percent dom because i lost it not because i earn money doing so and i think you know when you don't have to put on the number and keep it all and as we all know if you do a marathon even it sounds say til the phone is along. Forty two ks right thumb point government. You're going to be heard. And you want to add law. And i still do it but i don't pick. I need that to go the limit anymore in some way. So i sometimes just go where to go for pincay. Ron and i ended up coming back with a forty five ks on my watch just because i didn't stop because it happens very off another often but most of the nineteen say often. It happens spreading. Usually you know when you have out a whole modes go out and see first flowers. The green screen of it used be in when it's like the snow is gone and all that i think it just gives that extra That who vanity. So sometimes that can happen and then it sometimes happens amounts to white midi. Forget you know this beautiful you you just wrong. You don't think about money somewhere else. And i think you know so that you can relate to that sometimes talk about the flow fee. Lightning just can happen and then let nanny type in. Michael let it would say. Yeah i mean. I think personally that you probably start running. Because you'd want everything that's what it was because right listen to this listen to alleviate one. He was multiple swiss champion duathlon world champion in ninety four ninety six ninety eight ninety nine two thousand two hundred as the two thousand and four multiple ironman. I mean basically you just one everything in your life nothing would have been sub races like you know the world championship. It filed clone in hawaii. A again i i was talking about. Cold climates nolan. I think just not not fishing excuses. You know trying to find Analyzing a couple tries to make it happen in corona but can purchase again there. You made it a was just not able to reach my best. I had to acknowledge. But then again i mean look. It's raised pretty reich. Makes it easier if you if you know dr congo boxes. That's on the remolding. At some point you okay. So here we go. You retired from all that amazing competing and collecting all those metals which are just weighing you down and then in twenty ten. You founded on running along with your friends. David and casper and with the aim of developing running shoes. Was that what it was. Why did you develop this incredible brand. I mean was it to design the ultimate trainer. What was the goal. Toss back to being a professional and very passionate. I pulled from these pounds of many different brains when i was an athlete nelson. Listen a young talented actually. So iran may through six seven different brains. Always find my ray. My my trainers to train will support Always picky happy trails. i i was. I was still hounded foolish. Who it wasn't a shoe it was more sensation that tie back the feeding ahead when i was young when i was very young. Not care not say had by effort right. it's just that freedom initial than a shoe technology you need is supposed to give my best the freedom and be different than anything out there and even me for a long time and You can action doing long distance by actual marathons. You're a long time. You spend a lot of time on the by running around beautiful nature so the issue also about innovation. How you actually would design running shoe not knowing how out to actually manage that. But still i did a lot of ideas and i knew exactly in my mind while knife e toby taxi altitude feel and that was what i was also. I was off that money shoe that different funding sensation. They bomb on. Yeah i mean look very honest. I obviously wasn't athlete sponsored by the american brain by to talk to the labor. They said look the drawings. Nice makes all sense for engineers. We spent millions of dollars ends of millions of dollars. Every year i think engineers no executive And a also was disappointed very beginning. It didn't take very serious but then as an athlete you just gave up next morning. Don't trusted i do than i do. My money shoes was it right. That you designed that first prototype. You wanted to design a shoe that felt like you were running on clydes is that right. Jenny no no. That was not the was not the asian it was. It just happened you head out. I posted time then was first action over five hundred. Eighty five thousand tooth. The first year we took the shoes through capital marathons you know in europe mainly germany austria switzerland and then it had been not only once but a couple times they find it was more. That ladies came yogi when before. The marathon is a marathon expos at came to the bulls Table read by the and just a black impeachable label. Couple choose on top. They put on the shoes. They jumped up and found that it may be like thirty. Fifty meters of talking came back and it kept chomping type. O is feels like running monk clouds and big picked it up and heard like five times within a couple of weeks said okay. That's the customers feelin something fight and we felt like this is probably the nicest mostly describing bought. I said you know by supporting me is a pro. You need it super unique support and also in the freedom in the fourth and all that and yet it's finally be cold it instead nowadays. He probably cloudy. I actually the all your trainers have been named clyde flyer the cl- whatever ever is they've all got clogged in there. And we haven't your we still play that game. I mean look at the end of the day. It's it's all connected found right that night. I stated very early that being a professional athlete. Fumbles always very bolton needed. I enjoy what i do and knocked with for the nine yogi lady to survive. But i wasn't tweeted by the money. I will stick it by you. Know being my best and then again. It's it's pretty much in the same for me The company is co founder and also leading. The innovation could be that the trying to build more benches will top here. I mean it's impressive. Though in ten years what you've achieved you're one of the big players in this arena with a product range that truly is expanding and evolving in the time that i have discovered on which has been in the last five years. You have way more than i think. Quadrupled the amount of trainers says more than twenty five styles of men's and women's in masses of colors ton of gorgeous fitness gear as well. I mean obviously it's been is it must feel like a whirlwind tip accelerated so quickly in pursuing medications or something like this. It was very honestly as you know you know running. I mean i give you my salute. When i was sold in was twenty years old that romney was found for a one was easy. Everyone you know. It's one of those things that you and your talented. You think it's that's out there fighting the war. And then i stopped by at my successes. He said you know vaca- likely concert at swiss champion. And maybe i m european champion and then some companies invite the need to to for speeches. Talk about is now james success or you know out the actually continued success and often. I will connect it. Because i felt again. It's all because of running i. I'm i'm actually here. Even as a triathlete. It's bike you. Up is because of running so i hit these people before next morning like three forty minutes from me and i will find out that both of the people cannot connect that was often reviews people out the two minutes two minutes. When asked me to me is to be questioned but you think now off the two minutes finding because it's so boring that could not connected a honesty and finding out that maybe on the oakland takes finest. Everybody is so much fun. It's easy it's effortless. Right he so much more into that. Spend a yeah. I think that he being this feeling. And almost this aid many more men many more people that was really the tracheotomy. They're both might push. I felt like you know. I can keep everyone the coaching listen. How the union operates where it some of. It's impossible even if it's a small country. But what i could do if i could. He's nine engineer. Trae know that could actually help everyone to make cromwell fund. That would be fantastic it. And that's what we are still up too. I love this it shows. Doesn't that when you said that when you went running you came up with the idea. You had time to think when you run you do feel your most creative and look how creative you've been you've created up lemon running empire berlin. You're right well. I think is brilliant is the fact that you know. It started out as this idea. And you're right for your your run in twenty ten and you set out the company that year on now you know. There's more than seven million runners ride the world wearing on in more than fifty countries. demand is constantly growing. And you've won awards for the design and the technology which you know you're you're involved and can we discuss the technology who meets on running trainers different to other brands. Just you know if someone was to go into a shop. Why would they pick on over another brand. You can see visually. You're right when you see it at all. Nobody is into the running all. Obviously it also looks different. Carlos the clouds fight. I mentioned it before again for most people whining. He's painful or at least not apart of fun. And change this fact by using a unique on cruising company technology and how the engineer many individual clouds and obvious goes back to what you mentioned the already pretty much everything that has to do with writing feeling that he actually walk on his right shoe with the cloud. Serve fully cloud all connect you to cloud. But again he it. Many the cloud elements those pots that icy also the outsold and each of these elements announce olympic also to explain that. Since he can't go you cannot see me does not only dampening cushioning in berkeley. So often down will all shoes through so at the same time it bows it also or something so from forwards and backwards so he almost let you blind in Maybe you can compare the bigger now by your way you have this month by or maybe also pennies you play in the same Hawker terry different. Because you're you're you're sliding into you spent. Obviously this is is much better for your child's because once you actually spent on how clouds they collapse firmly close. Let's the simple gave on our on our shoes very simple and that the beginning by the way just a funny story people in trusted even Anyone else out there. No the big companies would have by many many years before. But there's often in life. Frank you'll see the simplicity of the beauty of simplicity and he said his side and i think proves it enough now let people brace the pick and the teams were and made he also something you augerai drive eating again kind of soul. It's basically he's i. It's this clouds you'll see today from tool and what you don't see at banded is as people i j your shoes speed bold is there to almost you that be like feeling colleague of all emotion. So it's not clapping. It's all about supported dilemma. Phobic to winfield by now and also new. You're right when you go into the shop. They blew different. And i think you'll never forget your first pair of on a my first ones. I mean livia. I don't think he'd do them anymore. I still have some. They are white and neon yellow and were site flash. Was that what they were just. You haven't tried you know it's not going to hurt you. Go into a store and ask for the owns and try them in the store. I mean when. I always laughed. Of course i'm divining falls behind the company Review it on. But what i said the into also convince might crew co founder. France casper baby when they didn't buy the story initially. I said look what we can do. I bring six pairs of shoes. While is currently mantha. Collagen five points on the market. You said need you want and you reach for entities and they obviously couldn't tell the guy friends but mine said this is different. I don't know like it or not but this is different and the next exercise is it. Okay it's except Around and after two rounds they came back and said let's talk. Let's talk about the business. Plan the product. They come beans right. It's not me on the sales guy. Besides you all know if you all passionate about anything you will sell any personality right because you'll be you'll be right so maybe i'm salesperson but in regards record i hate to sell. Might technology could to france fulton finally but obviously they don't they they had to say since you are. You are obviously an excellent salesperson but then it is your trainer people listening on if you're running right now hulo welcome to run. Port and olivier is obviously know. It's his brand on running. But you might have seton the own trainers selection in the show up and being impressed. But it's difficult to know which shoes to choose olivier. So if you if i was just ask you you know. A general is if someone was training for say A marathon is the shoe that would recommend for them compared to training for just a five k. all depends as speed way dong like trade on. I would say that i'm afoul. Most likes trading is the cloud flyer excess possible trainer rate. You can pay on many different terrains that he can pay long runs even told the runs navy knocked the most found to do you. Know like super sprints. If you really think you're all type of likes angel. Hr around like this. You know just some springs at the end of the training or through some chunks up and down or you know he nicole's been. I only say the cloud flow is as a way to advance so nice about the client of flow. Is you could even raise the debt. You up to hafner for new runner. Who's just starting out getting. Their first pair of decent trainers is a real good first pair of trainers that you'd recommend without be the cloud fluids. Well both of them. But i think if someone really starts to run in recommend to club flyer i the flyer it gives you a little bit more support absolutely good to get these tips because otherwise you know sometimes it can be. It can be a big. You know nightmare when you go in and you just see all these beautiful trainers in different colors but you don't know which ones right for you and you can be swayed by the color as opposed to the technical element so yeah is good to get this advice. I mean sustainability is obviously something for twenty twenty one. Everyone is trying to make more of an effort and on have very impressive program that you're looking at to start and it's called cyclone is that right. Yes item is just taking stay to be to the next level. The always lost from the beginning at on. This is tension or you can call a challenge. Old well it. It's almost like an issue as we said why us you know running shoe or who plants racing flights and trainers also be right there. No opposites we can bring him to get too. That's why i said. The flow is one of the best examples. You could trade. Eventually you can raise that you but you can do well. It will enable the perfect performs in it and the same goes for cycle may be face many challenges from the beginning a cycle is named says white kind. It's a it's a munster's weather system and pick this name for one white the cold again also because the clouds but also because of the output will be thinking heavy democracy is. It's basically it's a. It's a recyclable shoes. Now look the problem giannis week. Almost anything you look now in the market sees these fashion is it apparel. You know anything glasses through nature you go by us your full weight and it's caught right lost and be wanna make things and the only company out there especially you spend a lot of tiny nature as you almost do right. You don't wanna do any harm to the planet or at least educa- and also be very honest. I was kind of almost proud year. Three your four. When we started to the outfit is also nice knowing. Actually that you know the full sybase the so as soon as nia kossi can make a change in the industry. We should definitely try to do it. It is an athlete. Usually don't try to do it then cyclone it's obviously to a next nuts because we you know graduated compromise so the shooter the opera is made out of of kosta needs costal beans and to process this so we can actually offer the use of the product we can strike the pot than melted and then we use it again. We can make shoes again. Maybe not maybe not within the next twelve months but we can make path of shoes again. Is it the speed. Old is it. He either within cranky full monty will be able to actually put it back in the shoe. So you Then what's what's often difficult if you salted. use new systems to accustom. Oh how do you bring back the shoes because you're not used to bring back shoots who so so with the whole system again said Watch and you don't own that to anymore. Can you mentioned that. So you actually subscribe for the shoe. If you pay a monthly subscription fee. And you'll get the new shoe wants return you will do. Is that after five. Six months or after southbound beds up to you to decide how many is ron. Obviously the divorce shoes you use. And we don't wanna make you as a cosmo nate feel bad. Because you've been you're gonna have a little bit bigger footprint than you try to use the shoot along alright but that's okay. I mean it's up to you if you run yet regularly you probably only had two stages who after six months so so. Hang on a minute. So you have a subscription model coming for trainers trainers made from beans ha and that's a visa. The thing is are they going to be as good as the trainers you could buy and not have to send back we always said the highlights so our aim is not that they are screwed is our models cyclone is to be petco. Not only in terms of sustainability but also performance. Look one one way. One st louis to to so to speak to get sustainable in shoemaking is to cut pound on both parts and in cyclo. It's totally to pau in the best way. Maybe maybe it's four parts of the shoe if you don't get the shoe now pay store is made maybe out of fifty seventy different pots and as we know you have to solve this year. Yes to die here. Call us active clues and all that so you can have only three two two two four pots. I think you can make your own math right. That by itself takes sustainability to the next level and then it will weigh from four based materials and bring on like do like beans custom on these been. You even altered up next level because you can then bring it back into a cycle in reuse it over and over again Obviously also they want to be there yarmuth. It's not going to be possibly know once you grind tissue and build shoe out of it. You have to add lead percentage. Maybe it's five at the beginning may be ten percent urging materials abets. That's the beauty of it that we will get better. It's only the style before beautiful trinity. Love that when do you think this will be am i. There are available to us. Mindy had thousands of subscribers that trust listed fetal succeed. That signed up for the subtraction. Already you know aid for the first month so they they really feel do it. And the are the bankrupt on key the team. So research develop the development team. Ace Working very hard to make that happen in. The aim is to her. I who at the end of next year so pretty much twelve month. Oh that's so exciting. So exciting listen. I've got us this year. Obviously with the olympics happening in tokyo would we be seeing many athletes wearing on young out of the big guys yet. But yes you'll have athletes athletes on the track. I think we have some refugee athletes of house from africa. They are competing for shorter distances. Really have also Athletes always on the road. We still hope that some athletes from the uk that responds article on You know have a successful try of also qualified for the olympics. There's still a chance they they can do so but he has the all the. I'll be while ago at three men qualified. Fulfull the marathon. Y'all know marathon. You know the superstar is supreme in romney. Yeah it is. It's the one. I've tried a few times that it's exhausting but sorority at the bluest. Guys make it look easy of got to say and you've just done one Standalone marathon stunt to. You're right standalone shiites. It's only if you add them up. Obviously with all the ironman triathlons eats Would be like thirty. Five full. need so funny enough. What's your what's your mouth and pb alleviate. Because i bet it super fast triathlon. It's twelve forty two in a triathlon auto. Mike it was even my kona. You know that. One year i i felt the okay and there wasn't the couple of degrees colo that it used to be the other years but i'd be good year. So forty korea for issue standalone marathon time without the cycling and the swimming and i think he's through nineteen. Something i do. I think i was twenty two also by accident by side. Now full full for marathon. Actually my bottle signed up but he got seeks so i took his number Stories in the usa. Detroit ekend Adma's that i could run. That fast media was full of tree to four but still. I knew that like awfully light. Things happen that not just by crisis but he would show me that Because for a long time is when you're young you believe you make for the distance might for short of this but that marathon finishing twenty. Show me that that. I fit the for longer distances so that was also the you know the commission that to switch to. This is in fact at listen before before i let you go a livia. I've got to ask you. It's it's a fundamental question. It's all to do with running. Why do you love running so much. Yeah a lot of time right and fifty two now and again. I stopped being a professional fifteen years ago. Look at the life experience that is only a few things that can speak for myself but they turn on all my senses mole five senses minded alani. I put on shoes. I take the steps and i. I've even experienced almost high honesty. I know what foley's getting through. Its day that just is it. Talk to my life on. The bike isn't just my salvage. Just enjoy the view. But you know being with bowtie do with. I never and that's maybe not so favorable to your podcast. But i was never able to listen to podcasts. To music even amazon. Because i won't listen to my body my heart rate by reading the birds you know anything. Cows obviously year long cows. And i want to be in bed eating all that again. Feel my senses. That was again. There's only if you think that can keep me that that experience and the steel nowadays I have a great opportunity. You know running this company. The one of the co founders but also astronomy number one so i get steel detested law allow shoes and as you tops detainees so many more moms coming up so sometimes even my age i vow to keep up running. I sometimes knocking radio basis still while now have the case so that sixty miles a week just just because i because i enjoy but i also have. Y'all know that right ending if you don't know right intensity that doesn't mean you have to go slow for sure that also means that you have to go out all the time but the white defence the more energy that you pay as funny fact. Yeah i agree in fact so many people have now started. Twenty twenty one avenue runner. Have you just out of curiosity. If you've got any tips for new runners starting to keep them going through these dark cold winter months. I mean of course to the doco tunong to our go very easy and solve. Even if you feel like you know. It's one mile of to myers enough mazda off. And they say the wo- can be clean this how he should stop. But i think one of the days is even very experiencing. I talked to some row class athletes. And then i know ca- trading locks and talk to them often see that they recall trading they forget about the core because at the end of the the core is called me not only as an athlete twice. Run the very important but you look at your skeleton. You don't get yourself in the mirror you at all these joints and bones and you know there's one spot that knows where you have only spine and everything else is is not so well connected position last of small of us issue and it will help you in sitting right to ever with post to be spending five office now. Anyway to a match for chris in buses and cars and watching. Tv reading abel's y'all know that but that will support you but when you stop running it your support you dry and you can say beta running style but the more efficient finding signed but then it's also leave less damage and if you stop that makes a difference. I give you saw wanting you feel. That's okay because i was also coach. At some point that i head coach people were close to one hundred fifty keno so that three hundred fifty pounds about five gas so very heavy people but they could do a marathon in iran. Low for hours three ouster the exceed one guy just because they hit a very efficient very upright very almost like a proud way of walking running so it's people forget it's not only lakes. It's not only at all squall only option feed. That's it's really apps us to keep the poster. Absolutely a good tip is a bit. I forget the corbett or needs maybe do a bit more work that and look olivier. Thank you so much for chatting today. A really appreciate it and i hope if you're listening that you've got some some nice tips and also a nice insight into the brand on running too.

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Border Wars 8 We BackPittsburg Here We ComeSteve Cunningham to Host Season 8

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Border Wars 8 We BackPittsburg Here We ComeSteve Cunningham to Host Season 8

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We're GONNA have a great old time like we always do I already contacted I where. videographer and he's going to be back on for this particular season and I've even spoken to him about doing more than what he did the last time I'm a maximum to give us a package deal separately just to record the fights with his equipment to see how much better that quality is going to be because I think that you know. He did phenomenal in the last one. But this season is board award season eight. It'll be October twenty four. So we'll be together for the devante Davis Lille Santa Cruz pay per view the biggest issue is This. Board was going to happen. The In Pittsburgh. So. Yeah Man I. Don't know about how we're gonNA watch the five. We're going to have to really leave a long lasting impression on Cunningham. To be able to watch the fight. Because that's showtime. So most hotels don't have showtime and let you OUGHTA pay per view. And Yeah I mean unless I duNNo. Unless one of the fighters are staying because I'm coming all the way from Jersey obviously, which is like four hours away five hours away five and. got. Cash. You can catch you get on the at. Woody make get the phone on yes. Yes. Get the fight on the ad and then stream it you saying. Like with the chrome cash or something. Apple TV yeah. Yeah. I mean we could do something like that. Because I know I'm not GONNA be able to make it back to my crib, which is where I wanted to do it. I want to be over in that. I'm fucking mad is that far I know Pittsburgh was the I mean I knew I actually thought it was six hours. So I happy when I googled it and his only five hours away from me. But. I was hoping that it wasn't I'm being real. I was hoping that it was. When. I thought six on my man who shit like. Four and it wasn't. It was five so. The good thing is it's the home of St Cunningham USS Cunningham. He's a two-time cruiserweight champ. So the last two Boorda was we didn't have a celebrity fighter. So Guess. either. All right either all we did it in Jersey, in our Jim so you know. Always like doing it in front of real fighters, they get a kick at it. I sent them the videos and he loved he said absolutely let's do it. Then I followed up again before making super-efficient he's like hell yeah, he's all and he's he loves the idea by the way. So this is going to be interesting maybe he could end up being our ref to give do me a break. You know and and have him give the fighters that sense of comfort is well because he's a fighter. So you know it'd be hard to let someone get hurt under his watch not to say the do me one do it but again, to have that celebrity, feel like we started the first one was in Thurmond's Jim, with Thurman President and his trainer the second was in Cunningham's Jen with with Cunningham president and as the ref. You know then from there, we went to appleby IOS Jim and shot out a couple deal man I just you know never never never. His Jam was late notice he accepted us in there. But we link up like you know like. We just use this gym and said Thank you very grateful but we didn't link up and then he's just become a listener of the show. He super chats all the time and he gives us access to all his fight is now. So just shut out to deal for being a friend of the show. But yes. So that one happened in La in heavy a couple of deals Jim and you know not only did we have senior but junior was there too right. So then After that, where did we go for number four? Four after. Taxes. Yes after that, we went to Texas to to to the home of Eric Cruise, the home of Eric crews and then from Texas two times in Jersey. Right And then one back basis. And now Pittsburgh. So wow, man it's growing. It's growing boxing bosses surpasses their double-ess Monette sixteen where at eight but Pandemic slowed us up man we were almost at a point where we were doing border wars. Quarterly Felt like it was right there at least three four times a year I want back there I love the activity of it. And I love for the fighters to have activity because the fights were getting more competitive. Now with the pandemic, this is this is legit bubble fight like people are taking these fights and they're coming out of the cold. In the lack of training and giving it their all. So we legitimately have some bubble fights taking place. But they're good fights. Main event, who is the main event? I gotTA. Say if it Robert dot nine to five my boy genius. Then Jesus deserves a spot absolutely but I don't know if that's happening. Say. So if now. Has Been flaky since the beginning of Boorda was he was legitimately one of the person. One of the people that we thought were going to be the first to get involved because he had you know previous skills in in boxing but. Bad didn't help him if not, I kind of feel like man Mario King desert have been callers calling in for that fight seems to be getting some attraction. Well you know part of border wars is is stirring the pot in keeping people in tuned with what's going on. Shot out to Sonny M who joined board awards, and is now in our border wars chat hopefully, he's going to report back to Izzy and everything he's missing because he's been part of border was for I. Don't Know How many seasons now it hasn't been in a chat to really see type of community we got going on there but. Yes he is. He is going to be bringing a fight all the way from Oklahoma this time around, and he's going to be facing anthony. Edwards. Whose bouncing back this is his bounceback for Cobra. His bounce back from the mob and fight right? Because he's coming off the MOV in loss. And it's been about a year out of the ring for the Cobra a tough fight tough night at the office for he was coming off the real momentum and he was the bill man of border wars had a big win over Eric crews in You know I think he's ready about I think he's took some time to rest. I think he's heads on straight I think I don't know much about sunny, but there should be a good fight aspect the best queen city Kobe scenes. y'All dum dum Oklahoma boys got me afraid man like. Izzy when he jumped on the scene, he's like I want doom me. Now. He brings his boys like your. Aunt. So they serious about that action out there, let's see how that translates in the ring. They're going for the Gusto man they show are the shore now. Also, who else is on there we got bishop versus Dr Phone Go That one should be good. It's GonNa be bishops debut. He's from La and he's like fifty seven. Think he's forty, seven you'll. Really. Yeah. Okay my bad back in DR Congo's in his forties to isn't he? Last time I, remember my phone was forty four. In case so they're close in age bishops debut. No, he was trying to get in the last one. And then you DR Congo who's coming off a split decision victory. For Santiago and then a draw with Eddie. that. So he a split decision victory over Santiago. And a draw with Eddie. Yep. The ring for a year. Why? How inactivity? Inactivity uh-huh. Let's see how that plays out. And then what else do we have? Chemo Mario. Chemo Mario Mario supposed to make his border wars debut came up and seeing the videos in the Cherry team is in that he's getting in there. Are No Mario trains of I haven't seen any of his sparring yet on the question on everyone's. Mind is is is Mario GonNA show. I think that's even on Kimes Mine I. Think you know. I want to be the bad guy but it's like that's what everyone is wondering you people call in. Oh you better not duck. Is he showing out like I told mission this morning didn't help them missing out this morning it's his Mo. but like I told Kim, he's staying with Dumi you know so. It looks like it's a go. Yeah. That's what I was. GonNa. Say this time around he's supposed to. He's a as far as I know he's got plans to be in Jersey that we expose H. He's coming in earlier. So. I was there in Dallas when we all got the text that he was on the way on the way, and then we saw a year later he finally showed up in Dallas. So I get with US concern but I think I think Mars got a point to prove there's a lot of doubters just gonNA show up. There's a lot of doubters on how the fights go I think he's GonNa use motivation help I believe Mario either. I think so too man I think he's ready. He's talking like he's training. So we shall see we gotta Supachai from Teddy be mid West sports talk this says, can I come? Up and social distance listen. We're not allowing anyone to come just yet. We to finalize the car then get a head count from card. From fighters and their one. Cornerman. Headcount from the host, all at and then. Get that cleared from kind of him. So you know. It's not the personal guys you got understand depending on how big the car plays out. Then you got production if regain Nassar commentating you gotTa do me who's usually the REF. Plus whatever whatever. Brand production company. Everyone's corner. You know it's all about really it's about Cunningham because I know I know things are a little bit chew out there in his when we interviewed him, he made a seem like Oh we good out here. We you know. Yeah. So. As long as he doesn't put a limit on us. You know. 'cause he did say there's going to be a limit. Obviously, every business has a capacity yet. So you know one once I know that then I can kind of like get into stuff but right now you know to. End, the thing is to like a firefight car is usually. Ten people plus Plus Gone Wonderman plus quantum, and then production. Then the the announcers the Ref Salat Man. You going back to lockdown soon. Liverpool from Tuesday. Wow. Wow. See that's, why. We need to be careful we need to be careful but. What else do we have because I think that the the mystery is that we spoke about it that was like the elephant in the room is he showing? Is he not showing 'cause Kim was was worried you know he's he's he's he's a bit worried but there are a lot of fighters hopefully they hear this and they contact me because so many dues me up on Patriot I know someone named hit me up a lot of people hit me up. All different weights. So now is your time if you're interested I understand that you should. It's fees You know this this isn't a something that that's very cheap for. You know this. This production we all out of Baltimore's. If you've seen the trailers if you've seen the buildup load wars, we had the film crew come in did prefight interview. A day before and stood there all night doing interviews with every fighter with the corner. Hours of work that I pay for at quality level too because I want this to be something we're at number eight, but I think that when we're in the fifteen. It's going to be better than where we're at now for sure but but something that we can all be very proud of. And if you watch the evolution aboard awards, it's gotten better. Each one production-wise at fight lies I mean and Robert the genius because really influenced I know Jose came into the Texas border wars versus crews would with kind of an outfit. I really like it it wasn't as. With the headband. Yeah. But I feel like he didn't put as much into it as Robert did, right Robert influenced. Seven other people with his ring outfit. Right at the railroad was pretty good too I didn't I chose. I don't mean that rows wasn't what I'm trying to say is that Robert was the first. To go all out and then because he did. He definitely made me by shorts that you know because I wasn't doing what he did so. The Dominican nightmare short I did it did it you know other people did so shot out to him because I think he inspired because he baugh real fighters shows like I real ever last shows but I had the same shorts that I laugh at fighters on TV I the black ones you know what I'm saying so you're right I mean because my Allah was the socks but exact. It feels like now next time you gotTa, you gotta you gotTa. You gotta look good. So out survive. I think he really influenced that. Yeah when he and not only that. But then once he dropped what is it was going to be then you had sean Sean came in I. Think Sean. Change Arena. Game. Head somebody rap into the ring. Exactly. Exactly. So it is just getting better and his was a step up from from Jose. Jose was the pioneer when it came to ring walks, he was the first one to be brave enough to say that, Katy? Perry. He said I'm brave brave enough to be the first one I'm doing the ring while he came out with the music, the belt hoisted in the air. So yeah, you know you gotTa, give credit to the people that were the pioneers and really got that going for us because it's all about. The confidence like I'm I'm just being honest like. You See. You see how quick I was like Oh shit he get insurance I'm getting shorts to then you know. And it's like that for Sean. I'm sure that he seen Jose with the ring walk and you know him he was heavily Jose influence. Remember you. So it's like all right he's seeing. Maybe he decided let me go a step further the next. Thing is. Is that it's just yeah it's you gotta when you look good you feel good. You know what I mean when you feel good you're gonNA perform good Absolutely but it's like you said the evolution of it I love where it's common man we've been. We we we started one fight just because two people didn't get along. And it was the perfect solution. So the friction and that. Inspired everyone else. So it's kind of the theme of Boorda was you know that one fight inspired everyone else to WanNa fight? You know. Jose's Ring Walk Inspired Ring Walks Rob's ring outfit inspired ring outfits, and it's GONNA keep evolving, unveil it something an even better. Believe me listen if I had it my way if I had it my way I had already asked three people to like go in with me and and have going on a Jim I feel like we should have our own Jim. You pay the monthly lease on Jim Split that three ways guarantee four board awards per year you know plus all the celebrities I know I can have people coming in and out of this. So I don't see why we wouldn't other other people that are just sign up to work out at the gym in. It's just. Eventually we'll get there I already asked for that. I really was looking for people who wanted to do that. They're not ready soon they will. Little the numbers of border wars will get greater and greater like the last fight was how many fights on that card pre covert all that was A. Man Again. So. That's my point. It's like if we didn't have the stumble of covert, we would have had a June fight car. And A MID-YEAR FEICK and the card if not full because we like yeah I feel like you came back in September and then came back one more time in December I mean look. If cannella would fall and Kobe would happen. We would have had definitely like I said a June one. A September one while fury December one. We always try to match it up around fight. That's why this one I repeat is GonNa. Be Around G. Devante Davis Lille Santa Cruz. So this way we get to watch it together. So anybody who was at the last board wars it was in Texas and we were together for the Jesse Vargas versus Mikey Garcia fi so imagine. twenty-something something boxing fans you know watching the fight together that actually no boxing equal. It's a living. Let me say this from a from A. Came in we And I love watching the evolution every season there's new guys that come in and they take interest and they just jump all the way into WANNA help out like bishop bishops new to you know and he's he's done so much shot of Bishop frolics done for the border wars this time around. It's a beautiful thing man the the day before we got the way, and then you've got the post fight way in meal you got the post fight meal and you're kicking it with boxing, but honestly don't get me wrong. We not we that. Before you and your opponent gets the ring and find out are not friends. But Trust me installed a brother had afterwards I. think that's the most fun took away. The I I I would awards experience was in Texas. So when I very first met you guys and it was like I had known for years, you know we kicked it went back to the BNB. That's when I met and Reiki I don't think he remembers because he was a he was a little bit off the hand dog, but you know what they was a. For. Spence Garcia was when I first met you. Enrica. Remember I. Don't remember when we gave birth to toast at the being being. Yeah. The big argument broke out with the coaster Saudi was forty. A imagine if we had a little film crew following those little reality episodes that. Our community would love to be be there when men and Rica going at it my man birthday BNB toaster the BNB's in my name. You know I'm mad as hell I'm only thinking about my credit card or they're going to charge me all this stuff. Yeah, just was fine man. It was overall fun. BNB owner to. Smoke all you want in a garage I'm like damn in. The garage. Garage. Night. Video Unis of going off to about how how he signed up to fight you Marvan, duck me. Yeah. Now, look that was what two years ago. That's what I told you. Get. Oh. Now, you got Sony calling me izzy calling. Wants to fight me now that I'm Pat I'm over forty now they want a shot, the grey hairs kick in now now, they not a free now now. What I told myself I might retire just to come back and be to Tom. And I'm saying because I like the sound of that too top to just sit there on the pre prone next. To. Bugis. Be Able to share. But what else is on docket? What else is on the docket we got bishop verses. We got King Mario. Versus. Sunny. Missing one five minute robbed a genius versus TVD. That's right. To be announced, supposed to Ortiz but let me look up these messages 'cause hopefully Aaron is listening I believe his name as enough I said the wrong do apologize because it could be Adrian. Let me see. And maybe let me shut up boy robbed the Geez because. Bota wars begun but he's been been active. He's in the gym. He out there getting. Getting it in, he did a street beach. Adrian Adrian Adrian is from. Wisconsin. and. He just opened up his own boxing gym there but he says he's currently one hundred and seventy five to one hundred eighty. But. He has been a personal trainer for over a decade. and. He's also in good shape. But be willing to go down to one sixty, eight if needed. might be sent into. A. I don't know rob wants this. My man's got a decade being a personal trainer. Stephen had been in the ring man. Let me see them. What's your level of? Boxing all what's On this, let me just say if you're new to this, if you're wondering, Hey I wanNA sign up but I've never had experienced nurse do me coach me? These guys will not match you up with someone that's GonNa get you hurt that's got too much experience for you they have a very good match making process do a coach median, Dumi they evaluate your tape the go from there we've never had anybody seriously hurt. You know I I did my first fight last year mashed up I. Felt like I was matched up well, an athletic you might I think you might feel like you're ready for more. But if it's your first time around these guys will put you in with something that drako's. It up a one thing people don't realize the exile that comes with when your body get into the ring for the first time. So I found another one his name is tank. and. He's from DC. and. I'm hitting him up as well On. Patriot. Shot up to a patron. Tried to I tried to do some promoted on the back in Lineup Jose with rob. Rob was on but. you know was Jose. What he told me he Does he say he needs a cherry. Rob. Charry at this point. As still four. No. Listen but it's like, Vladimir. Remember the member. Vladimir had lost Aj and then he was making rumors like Oh might come back and even while y'all fight them but not right out of his comeback he gotta get some wins but. You know we were matching him up hypothetically Oh. What if he goes zone we were high and. I say this about Jose, though he caught aircrews a cherry annoy cruises to get back in there and maybe you know. If it Jose's opinion he was a cherry. Give, workers the rematch. So. Yeah. Man Tank is from D. C.. He's a novice just light sparring at his Jim. He's a heavyweight Sony this might be for you. I didn't even know that. He says no one. What's your experience? You said novice just light sparring at the Gym Weight Class Anyway and he said he would be open October twenty four year to date is okay right now but I'm looking for details. I can see if any friends would be down October twenty, four possible day but what city would it be in and wooded fees? Oh, I never got back to him. I'm horrible that was since December second but that's i. was that seventeen days ago two weeks and three days you ain't that badness as I am that was horrible. I had him out though Sony we might get you in there. Mike. Boorda. Wars we are six weeks less than six weeks. Now, I mean less than six weeks. Now we got five weeks because it's Today Yeah Yeah we have six weeks. We had six weeks a few days ago when we first announced that internally. So the so the the main Kalwaria, the main car, and that's you know if you feel like, oh, but why tell everybody? Well, that's what the border was chatted for. If you're already an existing border wars fighter and you plan on continuing the fight, you're going to be part of that Boorda was chatting you're gonNA. Learn everything that's going on immediately because that's where we pull everything by poll I mean, we say, Hey, what do you think is better because listen there we're other locations out there. You know we had a very strong location that I really wanted to do with that but it was voted against because I'm not a dictator you know what I mean. So we went with what was best for the fighters for this particular border wars but. Even even Baltimore's nine I don't know if I WANNA go there anymore I. Miss Like Boorda Wars Three in Florida being on the beach being able to go e.. At the big as restaurant and having all everybody, get a bottle and we got you know everybody got a bottle of wine this this all you can eat Brazilian steakhouse we went into and we came out of their hammered. Filling great having so much fun and obviously was the Florida night weather. You know beautiful and we had a successful Boorda was and I I want that I like must to be a vacation man I hate doing just to a city. So Cornish. I've I'm hoping Jose combat because I've always wanted to do the one in. Canada. That we always talked about I'd be down for that man my. Passport my my passport is ready and that's the beauty about going to candidate is that like your dial becomes might thirty cents more in an amine? Thirty cents more. So so you automatically making money so to speak like you go with one, hundred, thirty free, you get me, you go with a thousand you'll get three, hundred free you get me everything is cheap before you in Canada. It's like almost going to Mexico except not Mexico right? Not a third world country. So that's pretty dope I wanNA take plus the bud is out there. So saw what A. What a back Kris Vega for Jose. Vegas willing to come. No Pittsburgh he he's been messing me about win. The next one is he wants to get back in there. He's definitely not liking how he looked. At the last time. So he wants to redeem himself. Oh Shit. Lewis is also heavyweight belugas. You got a lot of experience. Lewis. Has Eight Amortize DUMI fight. But that's the one you were talking about yesterday for Doomsday. That's I mean no-one no-one is he is he might come out of retirement and take the way he is. He's. He he wants all the all the smoke but yes, this Boorda was is going to be season eight. It will be in Pittsburgh. It's going to be at the home of Steve. Cunningham S Cunningham to Tom Cruise away. Champ is going to host this I just WanNa. Thank him and his Jim. For allowing us to be in there I, WanNa thank Carlos Man I don't WanNa messed Senate to do to you because you're Mexican. He's Mexican. Did you do you remember Carlos last name of of topper? No. Now. I don't WanNa ruin but I think it's cast entertainment so is the name of his company And Yemen I, just WANNA shot him out because he did a fantastic job I, think his in. This new update is don't okay I see that. See that at Easter I don't know what the hell is that. How do you even say that? To you but yeah man between him and. Mickey CAPELA rally. Those were the to film borders. I think the last season seven. and. Two, thousand, seventeen season. Now, the season you were in I liked that one because it was massive content but in terms of level of quality two, thousand, seventeen in La. Mickey Caparelli two thousand eight nine. But two, thousand and nineteen in. Wherever, the last one Texas that was those those yet. Lash. When felt night manages felt like we had leveled up as far as. Far as production went man everything everything. So Please stay. A are we opening up any new divisions in this also bishops in the heavy Mario and this old there and the crews are? No. That's-that's Marvins the division cruise. I. Think we finally we finally let we put up we're on pro pro boxing divisions one, eighty, five to two hundred cruiserweight. Now, we used to have the one, ninety, five division. And I believe we went in set it back to the to the one, eighty, five to two hundred. So. Wait so so or is it? Is it one seventy five, right? Because what? What is cruiserweight? One, seventy, six to two, hundred I mean cruiserweight technically anything above light way to two hundred. Ninety, five, six, nine, nothing. I. Don't know either one, ninety, nine, ninety, five, ninety, six, something like that I. Think if you look at the beatty, he was weighing in ninety six. What's Talk Tito Sector? Tito's weight. Or whatever the undisputed dude used to weigh. but yes, so so. Kiemas cruiser there's already a titled a Bishop Does titled in Heavy. The other fight is rob at one. what does he kid? The eight is what he fought lunchtime. He's one the there is no belt the. And I. I don't think there's any one at sixty eight right? Like where did Jordan fights because Jordan wants to fight but he's Post if I was not mistaken that was supposed to be the. Fight he's injured. You know he never got the surgery. My man is a warrior. Cuban war strapped up his AAC and took his fight is he says that cruise one, seventy, six to one, ninety, nine. Yes, I was right. Thinking that division, a lot of guys agreed to a certain cat like one eighty five. You know what do you mean cat? Like a so that way you don't got. Karma. Now you want Chris Vega I tried to give you Chris Vega for your debut. I told you you re progress it. I told you y'all sat out the Karma in a chat I drink a drink. What's it called a literally still drink to this day because of him Collagen. Let me just say. About that next. For you guys to speak to Nash. FM Experience now because I was listening to an old border show, they've necessarily you're gonNA regret not taking this. Probably Right. I know how to match make may I'm telling you. You know five ten years could be from now I know is. Breath and Big Morgan. Instead arrived. He got wind bro Bro Morgan M Oregon got some dog I know. I know he's GonNa want to avenged that one day because even even a Dan was my matinee. What about therapy box in therapy? Bag, I talked to him on Facebook, but you know he just had a son he got married everybody life life is listen. This is like this is like buying a Ferrari or the corvette without having to spend that money see 'cause you know everybody's not on the same level. So some people go to crisis in by that hundred thousand dollar corvette right and if you really bothering you buy that Lambeau so you doing that. Without having to spend that money by doing boorda was you know what I mean you you giving yourself that challenge that motivation that you need to get out of bed lose the weight. And getting in challenge yourself to compete. Versus another man throwing punches at you man in the same sport that you critique every day people call in every day and they talking that Oh this one's better than that one and that one's better than this one you know. Utilize no, they they. They talk about what other fighters don't deserve who deserves and do this and do that. You know big one is to do this and do that asked the Big One Sometimes a fighter do it against another fighter then when you go, he lennon's Raheel is Ryan go you just can't because his counterpart? Is Not letting him that's why they call it. What they call that they he neutralizes you. Know How to do that man and you just and anxiety the dump that that that that supermax mentioned that all plays a factor to man's. It's a serious mind game. What was your first border experience like casual? Tied Browse immediately like ten seconds in. The how do you feel like? Training the adrenaline is so crazy to be. In competition and Kevin Cunningham. was there my first one? That's that's what it is with border wars. Dislike you guys are going to spend the next six weeks thinking about the guy about a fight. The beauty I hate to cut you off. But these are like very important things right the beauty of this. and. Some people may or may not like the statement but the beauty of this is that there is a difference between this amateurs the amateurs. There's no glorification you gotta get to the highest level to be glorified for someone to want to interview you. You gotta be this kid that Dargin just signed or about to be going to the Olympics like you know you're going to be on a box and platform with box and people that watch boxing. Your fight interested in your fight. There's more interest in a border wars fight than some amateurs fights because I'm being honest like in the AMAS. Your fan base is your family. So it's as big as the fans bring. The difference here is that we're putting virtually on a platform that's opening up to an international fan base. Someone made a shirt for Mario with the mustache. Did you see? Now. That's insane and you should do that in K. because you're the shirt guy but they put up dude like a silhouette of a man with a headgear and the fucking mustache. It was like the V for Vendetta little thing for him. So that's what you get. That's what you get in who ever you are wherever you're at like. Calm calm. I WanNa, I WANNA. I WANNA ask him I want to add one comment that the street beefs. I want him to see the difference. What's the difference between what you did and we got you know is it is it a win Bam thank you man are you there to fight or you to fight and give them views or you would a community look at J. Matt? J. Mack was ended up being a quanaminthe ended up being a judge ended up coming back to the house watching the fight with us. You know what I'm saying like we bill. International Relationships Yo what about the other do big man with the dreads short dreads he key every time I don't know his name I. Once I thought that was stainless. He was almost every border was big man with the J. Nobody He. Utah Utah Mojo. House he got a fro-. Hang dreads. That was. Came through got. Leads. Show. No there was only one address as Ricky Williams Ricky, believe better make a comeback I hate when people come back. But. Now he never four, he was a switch Yeah Yeah U. Utah Ricky switch out of the because you talking about killer sat out to kill won't give him a horn again because guess what now you pal pounds supporter that's right. Shut out to you. I'm even know that was you kill he's been a massive amount all. Oh another thing I'm GonNa say about border wars is like necessarily like amateurs family. I learnt Queen City Cobra he fought who for every cruise or or On the first time he fought when we was at deal. For Chris Eric. Garcia Eric. Cannata I was explosive listen. This is another thing if you're a patriot and you signed up and you're like, Oh, I just signed up because I'm supporting these guys. You still could go back and watch these fights. You can still watch my fight if you WANNA critique me because I definitely have a two thousand, seventeen fighter. The people love to talk about but I still got the knocked down. So many things all on my knockout fight he's not he don't have you watch his. Case by my father you winner robbed. y'All only. He won an award. So whenever we do an appreciation, he gets a physical award, the grandson fighter of the year. Let me see about one of those awards. Yo. Ordered, you'll be show. Yet. So you get to see people fight and you become a fan. You know what I'm saying I. Kinda Fan boy. Oh Look at it Oh yeah. I can't see how dirty this because the light. is so much dust on. This is virgils he never came. So I, never gave it to them as. Virgil Armas right I hold grudges out I don't care. I don't care. that. It was Andre War fight the next day. You should've came and got you award now fucking what you've urge you to me. Now. Ness now. Nez. Oh man it's crazy. When you look in the Chad, you see people pick for. Burgess this is Andre Rosia I'm I swear to God Rosia I'm a show him this now he and my June. This is beautiful. That's fine. This is beautiful looking Andre Rosia you two, thousand, eighteen sixteen, Sixteen sixteen. The deal that can get. So supermax we'll get. This but now he found that. So yeah, tell us what you want. This is the traditional amateur when that's what they give you an Amazon this would. This would see him on my way like fifty pounds you're gonNA put this. Glass uses Chris Oh yeah. Yeah. You don't say glass real careful because. Don't don't don't dumb it down. These. We can't see them. Like it does. Grit on on not can't see amateurs get those those are decent. It won't be bad in my. A right there what the him you just put a new background. That's Kudo let me just wars twenty nineteen of the year supermax versus silent killer I've got some for Marvin for his fighter of the year. The do she has won for knockout of the year found a good deal on. Yoed our another fight. Now you now you do season part of as part of this. Boorda. Was You like he? But he wants sixty. WBZ Chair. But you know if we ever get in contact with them, he's got to have an immediate mandatory challenge versus. Midi or be stripped so like if we don't get in contact with him and is already in town because Medicare and make it normally does he's already like in six border wars. Obviously because a covert, he can't come right now. So whenever many is available let's say he's available for for nine if we can't get in touch with southside, he's automatically strip because he's been disappeared for a while he's another do and who sparred with after when we win away. He's made he spun at from Ohio or No No. Slim to. From Ohio and he's And it was another. He was out there with his pops up I think it was for the for the fight A fury fight he was there with his family. He wasn't participant border wars, but he sparred Midi at the end. WHO SLICKS DONAL IS IT Donna? No because I remember that either. Man Texas name might have been Texas I'll know but let me get out to Serb bishop in the heavyweight division South Pole bishop I called you fifty seven champ. Your. Do. Okay. So I'm a I'm forty seven right now I ten years on you by. A. Man Don't make it worse than it is. But I'll real dog though man I'm excited. You know. Been, interested in actually taken on a legit boxing match like in the ring with the outfit, the Raff enough said. busted out the training camp the whole nine. So. As like it really is like a dream come true. You know something I wanNA do before. I. Am to. My goal one of my goals. In this border wars. is to show Some of the people that is never too late. Man. Some of us. All older dudes still got some swag thome you know. Swag though. As, well, as much as I appreciate it man I try to. I still try to keep it fresh. It's all a lot of it though. Is it your mind It's all in the mind state you know. Yeah added ten years simply because I know you was older but not because I? Feel like remember when I met you. Damn I know that was you. I thought even the way you dress dress and he looked real good shape for being his A. Super some fungal better get ready mammoth has saving the world in. Yonkers. Ready. Yeah I think I think before taking this areas man I wanna say those are everyone. Here's clearly say like through the process of what it takes to put together a awards or to even put together one five for even yourself. Sometimes it it's a challenge. Man S so. I want to applaud my man. DR Congo because he's been nothing but a standup guy, you know what I'm saying he always conducts itself like a consummate professional. You know said and I really I really appreciate that it's already helped. Make this experience is so much better man and Yo this border wars Almeida cut you off masks but yo I'm excited this board awards though is GonNa be lit, and that's the thing right? Like whoever sitting here listening right now if this is something that you really WanNa to do you know what I'm saying. At. Rarely just wanted to give it a shot. You really wanted to see what it is like the try to put that work in like the dudes you see on TV like some people like Danny. Garcia so much like Crawford Spence saying in his life is like get go ahead and go ahead and give it a shot and then see what is really Like you know what I'm saying because he definitely will see if you if you do give it a shot, you'll definitely see at the end of that experience you know was what really is like and you'll also find as newfound like appreciation. You know what I'm saying for the guys that you like so much when you're watching on TV now you're really gonNA. Yeah. I think that's the biggest thing to change for me. It's it's very sad and unfortunate that it took that long. But look. Better, late than never and I think that's the biggest thing that we take out of it as Boorda was fighters. Zoo Foul respect for the real fighter. That's right. You know it becomes shameful to say why he lent his hands go I don't even say that. Yeah Boston Cardio like real talk whoever's listening go? Okay. There's cardio where you could just run. Right. You could just be running with your legs running a mile. That's a certain kind of cardio but y'all real tight boxing cardio whole nother story boxing stamina is a whole nother story Lonzo y'all y'all Yeltsin. Spa Yet. Okay so look. out here in California. They still got all the gym's closed. Okay. So this is GonNa give this kind of. Far You. Couple of deals Jim maybe I can do son. Where's capitales located? Poku, he's you know. Not. No. No No I'm actually at city that's called reverse side. Yeah. Yes. Man. It's out here though everything is still on lockdown, right but check this out right DR Congo because of his job, he always has a hard time getting in any kind of sparring some my gyms are closed. So we we actually when we agreed on our fight, we actually both agreed that neither one of us though are GonNa Begin as barring for this. This is. Not. Notice. Aspiring fine. What I'm. Not About listen first of all about matchmaking. You know the minute I met you I said that I don't know about you and Santiago. Paul you do not look your age you're in phenomenal shape. Second second sparring is to entice the fans. It's a paper you. Nash but. A Bishop Karma say you next to him? You already got his number that you go because he he gets into his Jim, you could get spun right in his his his garage. Gates Oh. Okay. So look. My phone go though is not gonna be able to get sparring he going. But he understands what I'm saying. and. He said listen he said though that this has been a issue with them from the very first border wars. So it's not like a new thing to you donaldson. No, but here's my point though my point is though like don't don't get me wrong I want I wanna do sparring, but he's not gonna be able to insult me I, WanNa make it fair. To it ain't about being. Here. But that's the thing to it is though I want us to be on a fair plainfield man that's what makes it more. That's more. Fair playing field a fair playing field is. One person. Being Superior to the other. That's what a fight is the. Who? You. Hold on you can't down your training for him. Is What? Where's the excitement? So you if you tell us, you only his training as hard as you opponent while why would we be excited for that? I'm just saying you gotTA mounting Bishop is is To. Previous fights, he's been there with guys that that they enhance handle. So it's not like he's not gonNA know how to adjust in. He already knows how to get ready for a fight without sparring. Going to be the same for you. Now, I'm not concerned because look like costings things right now like I just want to listen I just WanNa to say to you guys like things right now are obviously not as normal right as a normally are. So when we even came to this agreement between the two of us, you know part of the what the one part of me that was okay to make that agreement was with this covert right. Now, I'm really trying a lesson, my risk of how often I'm around like sweaty cats in working out close to somebody like real talk man like. All good chance just make sure you don't say. You got something to entice of like that's what we was just. Plan? On of amateur. Are Looking forward. To Watch. Young. Man You know what I'm saying is. Is like I'll how can I have a I want to see him myself I've been calling you asleep. Right, no, I'm serious. You told you right for says, he's a novice. You got a very decent right hood and then it's coming at people from the South Pole position, which is something that they don't normally see at this level like if we were amateurs than yeah. But we're talking about people off the off the couch and not even off the street off the couch get with a with a six foot six. frigging right from the south. I'm not that. Tall. Yeah. was now. Lebron. You. Eight, hundred, six, two, six, three year right around there. That's because he eh. Let me. Let me give a Supreme Shot Bishop. You've done a lot to put this car together a non not as much as I used to be just because to me I kind of feel like if you're not gonNA fight you Kinda, just Kinda fall back and watch things happened but you've done an amazing job you've been super persistent to get this car together. You deserve a lot of prosper that man so big up to you Let me just ask you real quick the what do you expect from your first fight? What are you looking for Yasser that look calm A Yo ten minutes away from me from Riverside Right. Next door to me crews him and get some spawn bishop stop playing they. They support the backyard. The people want to see you throw hands. Okay so This boorda worst. Day Okay. So look I down this. The other thing you come fan for Joe's title is the oldest fighter, he the oldest current winning fighter. Entice people the storyline out that we need to bill. Fail you. Address what Mexico. Blinds it, and now that I appreciate that makes you know what? It isn't easy man and You know what I saw was you know nest as busy a lot. You know he's got his hands full with a lot of stuff he's doing and so I saw that border wars was kind of like falling by the wayside you know. But there is I could see that there is some though fighters who really were interested but some of them they didn't know though who they were gonNA fight or was going to. Happen or are we even to have one scientists decided to be a team player? You know saying and just step up man just put a work and try to put some fight together you know. So I just hit them all up Dolo on the side. You know said some some you know saying weren't interested some definitely were. So the ones that were you know I would just ask them how you feel about getting in the share in the ring you know with this one and then so they would say you're. Saying. You know it's been working out pretty good and they all have like all the cats put together to. Make this car they all they all been good dudes. You know they all respect me and you know treated me good and I want to say thank you to them too and I'm also like I reached out easy. You know because I wanted to see him fight you know main to NBA, share the experience and beyond the card you know. And so it was cool because it allowed us to build on our relationship more by interacting more and then come to find out. You know he has more of a passion, right? To be on a trainer side of things in on the corner side of things than actually you know fighting right now in then was was that a the introduction of our man sunny from Oklahoma from okay. See you know I think he's A. I think he's going to be obese mode to try to take on at you know bit summit. I'm excited to see these different. You know guys down fight on the card happened. Did they come at you access for an I'm still shot that he coming out I. Na Na I offered it to their. Data stray away from it. Because look though because though because You Know I. Want to see a lot of the cats a lot of guys on our crew get on. At I'm definitely hollered at him I. Want to see him get back to his winning ways. You know said didn't shy away from he was down as soon as I hit em up in sites tough. You know mean and he can handle herself. So it's a good link-up right there. You know what I mean. So our worked out good. Yeah. See even Docomo phone said Bishop has to fights where for tape on me so we need something. We'll see even a workout south. Young. Man That's what I planned to do. But I feel you because of but he did I'm going to. By saying he would deliver. My. I'm sure you are aware this, but I must say it on the show just for you in for anybody who hasn't known. Ness is the The main guy who's GonNa come at you. He's GonNa pick apart. and. He if you give him anything suspect any suspects dancers, he dig deeper and deeper. He's you gotta remember guys when you gotta do your unguarded prefight your post by all your Collins Nest does this with professional boxes. That that had. That had a media training. So he's going to be able to get out of your what he wants. So just be prepared. Broadcast interview with Nesta gives. Throw it this you know already tried bishop was older than me man with age comes wisdom. Question already like well. Yeah well here, what do though is a Holler ATMA phone go out after the show is over you know what okay. So real quick though I want to answer that question that a Max had asked me earlier I didn't forget you know said he asked me what was I looking to expect out of my? I you know Boorda wars right. When I'm looking to expect like what's cool is? I rapped it. Last board awards, right. So I wasn't in the ring as a fighter but I was in there with what the camera, right? So I was there and I had a real up close view of what it really looks like you know what I'm saying like being there not just watching it on his tapes or you know what? I mean these videos on you to watch the. Like Straight Upright there though you know what I'm also looking at it through the camera lens to I like the video camera rarely got a good look at it and I see what it is you see it on May. So as I'm heading into this one, I feel I. Feel Like I. Have a slight bit of experience of seeing it right there. Right so I am mind. I can imagine me going through it. You know what I'm saying and I see. I see like you know I'm back don't saying get ready. Then all the sudden riot they started calling out names and if we got some low beat or some song that we're trying to play that it's acceptable to you too. And they were just coming out right and then I get in there I got my friends Alfred on trained well prepared. You know what I'm talking about Yo and then saw as is about managing those nerves. So you're breathing good. You know what I'm talking about but. Woody. For using how do you deal with things? -iety. Few minutes of Yeah Yeah Right. Before you know when you're light, there's a fight in the ring if fights next up. Yeah. I saw. Yeah Man I. Feel You. Okay. So this is my first boxing match in on talking about. So it be my first time like doing something just like this. Is My first training camp or anything like that nonsense. Okay. But so in N. within you know my life though as a young do growing up I, was that one little kid who was just going around China play all the sports you know what I'm saying is I would actually end up being a good like all sports in saw I actually ended up like competing in the different sports. So since I was a little kid, I was organized sports, you know uniforms and referees been you know experiencing what it's like to compete in those feelings that come with that competing the anxious. You're not exactly my so look. So as older guy now I, don't really play a lot of those sports no more. But what I do for good exercise, it doesn't like you know doesn't sound to Manley but like I like to play a singles antennas, you know what I mean but Wissam real like sluggers though so you really doing a lot of. This is it is inside a battle different cats though you know before this is before produces pre covid Sabi battling like a whole crew of like different Asian Dude. Some different light it didn't matter I'm saying they were lying them up right but I would just battling but it every time now you have to your no, you deal with that that that little bit of nervousness anxiety every time it switches to a different guy and a different guy and a fill in of all once are said is over your next and you're like seeing the over the stretch in a war banal. Mean you next right so I like it led. Know next likes to ask. And it does it does make a difference here. Have you ever sparked or have you have you ever been punched in the face I guess Okay. So Okay. So like Yes. I have sparred before you know. Okay but okay so but. It was when I was younger. Okay. So it's been a while they don't talk about I was never know series boxing guy though but The. Guy Lived on when I was younger, we used to have this one house on the corner with the big grass unlike some weekends the cast would meet up there with gloves in slang m eastern of saying. So you know it just happened a couple of times where our coming from actually the basketball court with my ball and I'm dribbling past the house and they go what's up dog 'cause we know you hey home he wants you come put the gloves on income, give it a shot you dropped basketball and put on the gloves and then so. Every now, and then there'll be some law mouth, care their charter, call me out or something like that. Right like You know you can't do nothing against me put just because you're good at basketball domain you're good at this and so. I just always. Now. Of just what I am issue was released before it was youtube. Over so you know it always came naturally you know being southpaw. So then you know I just box a couple dudes you know and I actually wanted though you know what I mean, but it's like but what I am to me is in my mind like I'm just an athlete you know talking about like that's that's just what I am. I'm not great thing about oxygen or nothing. Like, that the another man because I don't really have that much experience at what I do is I just bring my athlete mentality and my my history of you know the mind state of being athlete and I just try to shift it to boxing my going to really be any really any good at it. We're GONNA see like they know what I'm talking about I. Know My video might laconic goal. I'm talking about but. you know I like working on my techniques I'm not trying to look like sloppy Joe out there. But we'll see we'll see. You know the American name for Joseph is Joe. Sloppy Joe. Yeah. I do want to see my man Karma surge though get added into the onto the card. Zala. We can get it up for. Davis. Someone Adrian hit me off. and. Titan Williams said it's a share five. Did he wants to rematch with Sean at one sixty, eight? Aset but the SRY going to. Remember they were the ones that tried to they wanted to go extra around day of the fight, but it was a drawl he got the win now he won would. Right Deborah Twenty twenty twenty pro on the cover of. Six nine. I, like our chances the. Forty seven but sometimes, it's fifty seven I'm really probably like six three. Six six nine I like it. Is. Kinda. Funny. But you know. They, you know I like what I do like though is I like that It seems like people have confidence in me in saying and as a person, you know we all have our have feelings right so just as a person like that feels good you know what I'm GonNa do is I'm GonNa do my best to not let down you know saying whoever believes a I'm doing my best to shine that day on I'm letting it out man like online landed all out that that in the ring that day name Fungal we're going to have a nice session in there. I hope you guys do you know everyone that's not going to actually you know participate in the border wars do though keep your eye out on watching further fights wants the border wars complete has the fights are going to be lit. And who knows who else is GonNa get at it I know we have a limit but whoever else gets out? It's GonNa keep it live you know. Let me. Alibi no, he say he was at the basketball game with his son, but he's also participate in this season versus Mario. guess now. Also gives. Guess not I guess he's at the game. Goes here. This. Game. Again Sat Out. To Kim. Well Bishop we're going to let you go and move on. You know likes. Like. I you know, I, hit you up already. Told you that I appreciate everything you're doing as well man. So just keep doing good fighting the good board awards fight out there. Staffer looking out your I. Well, ladies and Gents I. Think those are all the fighters are gonNA show up today. This is was kind of like last minute announcement show but anybody disinterested hit me up on Patriot oh we got the Cobra. Slight the candyman you call his name he coming. Three times the NI- appear. Is. Good to hear you so. Back with with with the confidence of. His bag don't you? Sound, like his. Background You to break man needed a break from a lot of man you to bring some five cents. You know she that had a lot of life on aw you know it's like everybody else man I love deal with last year so now When when anything to admit to to to me but you know a lot of live on but. I'm back. I'm anxious to get back in knows good to is good to be you know good the. Kids have a chance to get back Massu. She's a Lotta suit changed though. Shit my gym clothes. So I gotta find. Now. The GYM trainer Trying to get myself back in shape but you know I think everybody else in that same boat trying to put myself back. Yeah, man just trying to. Get. Back into shit I thought I ain't no Shit I. Ain't going to do with this yet might damn okay. Oh, shoot I don't know. Law Go to. Bed. Edgy shoot not good good average, some sort of an injury. Those just to acts like Yo you got you. Did you heal because it's been so long maybe you help from any day. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Mostly pretty here I mean still Nixon grew zero. I'm sure going to camp is going to be a little bit but. More. I've doing I try to slowly get back in shape it. Then bother me right now. So we'll see. I goes. Well definitely. Have you back man I'm happy that you always bring excitement. Every fight has been that you know you got. The back and forth all action not down affair with Eric Garcia Canada. Then your next fight was we cruise, right? Not Down there too and then you went out with. Marvin for of all belts man so You definitely bring the excitement. Yeah a bad day. Guess Marvin, you know I. Wanted My get back but you know he likes to. He likes his duck and talk. You know that's just who he is. He's right he but he wants you watch. What? We see some mission, the team y'all. Okay. Well, after after next outing, he go understand and everybody will understand why it should be a rematch but it that way what would you lead there and you understand afterwards But. There's a lot of story line there like if he looks good people going to accident for the Mauve and fight. But if but if Mario looks good people don't be exit for that fight that never have been. Is. Martin got the bombs like I say anybody you got some balls we can just. As like a like a little highlight media workout you know early think before the real fight I'm not opposed for anybody I would like that for Mario I would like that for I got a couple of peace with some guys in the chat like the run they mouth too much. This is what this is for. You know what I'm saying so. Nobody gets hurt on the street. We can do this in the ring that's what this is four. So he can get in there I. Love My God you know I always wanted to test myself against big so that that's the fight that's going to happen one day, but I just allowed to get in there and smart with some of these guys like. that. Sports. Off. If, they got the boss step in the ring we only need one row so I can show you what it is get upset and so I'm here. So if anybody WANNA step in whatever man so. Campaign and She man that's a good question. I don't know where wait I don't know what wait. This fight is even supposed to be at. But. I got to wait I'm about one, ninety eight. Who? Wait? But I it I, mean I. I've done it before I get to one seventy five I've lost that much in a month before I could do that. But. I don't know I see. Is he with the super chat telling you he say, you need to focus on Sony. Chant. Sunny skews as. You put some filming. Let me see who you yeah Yeah Yeah Put some family manage show me who years. We'll get to hang started I. Mean Hope you ain't no go something you from from the weather sounds like you say pretty tough so that never scares me they're just who I just want to get more into it. You know what I'm saying 'cause like I say you know about the spar not get like the ain't no shortage of tough guys you've been a tough guy doesn't scare me you know what I'm saying you haven't skills or being big Straw scare me you know. Give me what you got, and then we'll talk. You know. Good. Day Bad. There doesn't matter. GimMe with. US Right I, mean, this is the announcement show. So I normally we do like seven days from here. Everybody is sufficiently fighting and paid fees after submit so. I know bishop as fees I think I gotta check again a few people cendant. So we'll start in and getting people to submit footage for sure. Yeah I gotta get mine him stuff shit. Y- do kind of miss that vacation border I really want that. La. On. Missed La Florida be nice slow to really nice right now, I'd get Likud with hurricane down there my but. No. But Yeah Pittsburgh Actually Pittsburgh Pittsburgh stumping grounds from me four hours from Mesa drive. Hang on Pittsburgh all the time. It'd be. It's a rough looking. Like five hours for me. Right too bad. I mean you're going to be driving the mountain sheep proud I might add to get a v. for the night so we could watch the fight. It's crazy. I'm down so that yeah. Yeah. I'm down for that and. Twenty Four. Javan saying Leo fight that night. Hey Good I might've post up in the city. Yeah. I might post up in the city on there to man. Missed a fight. I can't be on. Trying to watch it while I'm driving. Yeah. Yeah. Got To sit down and watch that thing. Yeah man let me say Pittsburgh I'm loud shooting maybe get up on my I got to go through far you know. Bring the home grown down. I'll I've seen that. Oh. Man. I don't know how like Don and all that she be, but there might be some doing the city might get. Up You know I don't know how it is. I'm trying to get into that fight is trying to be a nine but that's Like I always like. The beginning I like it because I thought tank just knock him out. But as it gets closer, you know you gotta one days tangle. Make way is he going to be able to? Choose has he gonNa win I said I wanna see I wanna see it. ME. Too Yeah, because I mean if he if he come out like the last time, he came out Leo my over well-made maybe might be really looking for that knockout punch on night and it's not have it. You know what I'm saying. So this is really intriguing fight there's always been to be but. the the best tank will probably I seem in maybe five. Lille like the going there Bra. The way. I feel like you said, one seventy, five I exactly. Sure. and Said He. Make the way to Mega. Happy. Yeah knows. You know even gone for a minute. Yes, because I will you. Okay. Excellent. I was not. Phone, I was wrong though because. As that he offered you to them but they did see. Yes right away on my okay. Because I know. You know I'm sure he's watched the fight. So he knows. Ricky is he said it is seventy F-. Okay I gotta I gotTa go on a day right now. So do you think that these guys think you look vulnerable after your last five? Do you think that the? Elephant in the room I mean that's the only. I. Mean. That's the only other reason that they would be. So Gung Ho about taking it. 'cause I mean nobody else have. You know. I had to I had to offer up some extra ship for Marvan. You know what I'm saying that boy hit go ten extra pounds company who you know what I'm saying like. Outside of that even now, who else was actually Talamante right? You know what I'm saying that that's about it. So. I mean we can look at a bad day if you want I mean. Doesn't really make a difference doubts. Outcome. That Anthony. Look at it. I was I love Atlanta town and she went Out of. Her. Medicare we got us from the airport and each. Day. They. Come back later we'll. Probably Outside. In London Dan. Guy. Or online to like I was like I was still actually that night I ended up seeing that I guess you looked good at pressure. But. A Yeah We was out you. I'll say my my my my that came with me He kind of extravagant aspects. Be Going Shit So. But yeah, we you know we had a good night. We thought she was. The cruelest unless you. Probably want you baled Be. Could've brought all the girls. All of them were you know. I guess she s how better to do. Oh No. You Know I. WANNA sweat nobody so It is that it is. Yeah if she come here. To sunny nothing person. That before. Let's see what we get some type. Let's see. Only take young man how does he? Is he in the chats her oldest sunny. which is West Taylor tape. Three thirty three. Okay. Yeah. As you really good shape to every time I've met you look in really good shape. To Be China smokes much we. Go for the last. Year. While we wait on his human, I gotta ask, are you looking to make a huge statement? Are you looking to put Boorda was back on notice that the Cobra could still strike? Albany. A. Short camp though so you know I may or may not be quite an explosive as you see, I might be. Never not to see how he's GonNa react I'm little some different training for. Explosion and and you know stamina and all in all different got I got getting Jim and trainer. So. is going look different I mean but it might be it might look good different you know saying so we'll see I don't even sells out. Okay got old man strength right. But you know what I mean what's his experienced like? Ever said anything like that. He's. Playing sport or Actually or assist assist a story. Curious about that. Normally. Normally don't. So. That was Robert Ortiz saying that he's ninety percent. Yes Fighting Rob. Nine Ninety, ninety, percent duckie. Robert. R T You say that boy up a cherry can still go. Him of here through he show up. Through he's so with his gloves. EDELWEISS. Why don't I nobody believes that do that boy is more pussy than I've ever seen in my life and it's crazy because he's an amazing shape if you look at like, oh, he probably probably in better shape than me. So at my best. So I'm just like what you Andy Guy. So I'm like Woo, who are you afraid of like yeah you won't get punched, but really you might not get touched very hard at all like those physical attributes if you use them right being the ring anybody going at. You. Saying. Hey, I understand something. You're scared. Is Sonny has no boxing experience an. Sit. That I don't need it i. don't either for somebody to say, Hey, man. Brave. Is. Your. Tone Oklahoma Boys, they don't give a damn. They'll fight anybody they like to fight A. Busy. Is a ring. I fight he acts with Dumi that's Ranga. You're absolutely to. Tell Him. If he come in every if I leave to see. If he come looking saucy everything. Perfectly. What about what? I should have a backup option what about What's his bitch as name Ride. The genius. He was talking a lot of trash too. I know he goes to the back. Because I know we're teasing show up. So if he got some balls, I smack says. He fights you you like twenty. One man. He WanNa find out once ca bleed you. I lose I lose the weight just circus smacking one time just. Nah I ain't GonNa be this time now. She'll be lucky to make one seventy five. Well you. Got A lot of. They. Tell you man they cornfed down there. What I Love I think that'd be playing with already know. I don't know what? But I know it mean day not novice. That's. Shit. Yeah. Unless they been. In a gym bag that can they tough now, we'd never doubted proud being that muscle. And they could you know saying you're right it could be like the accent but to me, that's the last I now actually. I actually smart doing and I'm still like. Hard I know he'd do. But. You know so so for him to act for him and. He must know a little something I don't know. Man Let me get to kimes trainers since is at the basketball game but thank you for calling in. Obviously. Glad. To have you back I gotta check, who's one seven is that Sean we? Sean do man you better come back. Many been back since Florida let me see what is that those get out to Jay Matt He's GONNA BE COMING IN CORNER KEEN. J, Mack, how are you? I'm good. What's up done what I? What so I hear you guys been virtually training. Yeah. We've been virtually trying to just going over some. Sometimes some concepts came is actually in good hands. I never met the guy he trained with out there in other in Florida. But from what he didn't tell me guy, we got similar looks similar things concept that we need from our and without even speaking to the trainer may have been pretty much been saying the same thing. So what idea once once I. got the day solidified I just thought trying to you know link up way kings start looking at his footage a lot more in virtually giving him some of the things that the concept I. wanted to have so you'd be ready in October. So. Is it difficult to come up with a game plan for a person without knowing more you looking at it like amateur fi and just prepare to fight a for whoever? Not at all, because me like I, consider myself. A may not have the accolades but I really do watch how you by the move and how you fight and I looked at keen when he semi his beginning videos in seeing some limitations, I've seen some things you can do some of the things he came to. So gone when you build a guy, all using that that's the best you can go from the video shows me what he can high moves his reflexes and all that. So in his. Qian's level I'll put that on to You know a game plan and I said Okay Hey, we're GONNA try this. We're GONNA try to try this. So what I'm saying is looking at team I was able to break down watch I move Fight, and I know what he can't do. So I won't make him do anything. That's GONNA get him. You know put too much stress on what having stuff like that. So it's not hard at all game planning for my ru you can say man look. MARENGO. Do this do that but it's not really I'm basing them on what team can do instead of some of the stuff I did see my real. I. Can only hope there my route display. All still have those bomb still preparing king just to win either way by knockout Oh box Myra. Way. By not you know they wear a headgear right? Okay I'm just saying it is hard to do it with head. Good. Let. Let me say this though next. Despite what some people may think in it's been a minute though 'cause you know J. Maxx Bud. Fan I'm Spencer I'm Jay Maga's actually the one who's who's given myself some workout techniques and they they were things that were working I just you know. With the pay with pandemic taking over kind of got away from but he he knows what he's doing and he knows how to keep it up for myself. We have some low impact things we've been working on. So I think kimes in good hands I think you make a good decision. Knockout could happen in so many ways amid. Heavy handed you right. They do have AK and you know. The referee should be, but isn't that led to do get hurt and you very much well, but a knockout land to the body you can stop somebody in. So many ways I mean team is pretty heavy handed from understand. Well Dan that's messed up. See I wanted to get my real saw fight. For. The first one. Night. He would kill her I don't know. I'm to say. And I could be wrong but I'm honest. I could be wrong. But I'm honest I looked at it like he simply duct the aunt fight because that I don't care what happened in your life that and be me I'm going to show up whether it's that term. Or eight hours later at the B. and B. Apologizing so that didn't happen. He had his life situation. So I don't care where he tells me before he could have told me a thousand even after the show he might be but I explained. But to me interpreted that as a duck so. So what took took like there's a little bit of fit is so we need to. Be. You know baby step on but I, guess, he don't WanNa be baby step. Going in there with the Kingston. Keam Kim Asleep. Or to because look look at him he he has signed up like four seasons ago. Now, all of a say ready he by the Kill Poor Mario Andretti. Battaglia. I kicks. Out there sparring with no headgear, I seen that footage in the border wars chat see. Another reason why you need to be in the border wars tax hits the. They'd be putting out because I don't except for for Patriot I don't want to footage can't be like this. That's for Instagram I need you to record sideways if you want the Patriots to see so they could get the whole full screen experience. But because a lot of people don't record that way, the the border wars chat is flooded with all sorts of workout footage and Yeah. We got to see Keam doing some things in the ring with a very tall heavyweight. So Mario is in an uphill battle for sure. Sure. I don't know Mario's doing. He also hasn't submitted footage. We've been asking him me and do me on the back and actually been accident for that for while we haven't gotten any. His training with the Montas right allegedly. I mean until we see with the we know. Could be all mind games jedi mind. Tricks. Just like J. May call four knockout jet I mind chicks for all we know he could be telling came to be a box. We have them scared. Thinking we come in all out, but we really going to be working jab for the first two rows. LET HIM HIMSELF OUT BECAUSE Oh you stood I was waiting. Okay. I. Didn't know. Okay. Well, it can be dead. I be happy but I'M GONNA have own in that short period of time when we have team ready to do what he needs to do to be my ru that's coming out here for Awfully Marin show up he redeem himself do need to get rid of that a band because like he didn't show up for a rap battle of. In men anytime I don't show up people just they they bring it up. So he needed redeem his spirit redeem his heart indefinite show up. And just get whatever you got coming in. He may be too much for soon knows and stuff and stuff but I will tell you in king's favorite going forward, Keam nationally I can tell he's a fight he he's a fighter just behind he moves and stuff naturally may not be elite level or you like Oh my goodness look you said it's just his body responds to certain movements when somebody throw a punch Adam and stuff like. that. So naturally, Kim has fighters in his spirit. You can tell he knows what he's doing now for is him being able to have the experience being first fight to get in there and do do Katie or do what he'd been training that's a challenge amongst is so and that's something team to have to prove to himself but I think he will be in great hands and I think my will be like you said uphill battle. IMING. I supreme keeps coming becoming. We come. Here with the best. We comic warhead we coming he's he's he's GonNa. It's GONNA be Great. It's going to be great. You know what I'M SAYING IS CALL KISS Getting himself ready, we got the best training the game for him Jay Matt. He's coming. He's comment you know is respects you. We can't wait to get the board awards, trust. We come Brooklyn. They go you gotTa Fan the man Mario gotta put on for the city. Got To put on for the city man because Know Yeah less real quick, real quick not to cut you off brother. No Twenty First Twenty second twenty third, whatever you need I'm available. You know what? I mean. 'CAUSE 'cause I'm coming in you know what I mean I got. Three, four, we know. We got some Rankin do but I'm like, no but I I know now you available but. They're going to be. Alright amid from outside of men don't worry I'm there for rail route. So so So it looks like web sent me a picture of what What is he thinks represents What Sony does excuse me Sonny I gotta get over that. Sunny Sony. Call Me Sony. Sunny. When on a screen shit as an aside I gotTA. I gotta go ahead and stretch it out Phillip still working. Families. Yeah. Yeah Yeah Nightmare, on ELM street silver. To hear the power to. Cutting up some tiles but Here you go. This is izzy Weber's. Heat now he's saying this is what Sunny did. Sunny did this. You should send some footage to share instead of a picture champ come on builds your fight up. Let's go. Let's go champ build them up. Let's get them there. But Yeah, I. Don't know those are that's about it. Those are all the fighters I guess Lewis I know you are a heavyweight at a Boston amateur fights. Are you available for Pittsburgh. Loose loose. Can hear me. To hear you what's up Yeah Man, I can't I won't be able to it was Drill, DOWN IN BOSTON A. Lie H, nine hours from me and I don't have the time yet. Here you champ here you just saw just wanted to ask but you do guy image fights. How are you? Be. Voter wars is the twenty fourth were yes. October twenty thirty. I'll be thirty eight twenty second. And Amateur fights when you were younger than your. Little Bay when I was younger and My last fire, a two thousand seventeen. So it's like spread around, which is not nothing consistent. And you're in the heavyweight division. Always a fat boy. And your amateur heavyweight. Yeah, all amateur. Heavyweight. Oh. Nice. Nice. So you are in the Mass Ouzo you regularly amateurs I. Think there's a difference right because of the age. Yeah but. For what I heard Masters. Forty and I. I'm. Dan You gotTA. Salute to you us with such. That's a lot. Yeah I was I was twenty nine when I was in the nationals NPR and I I. Love the last match but You know it's been. It's been years. I think the last time I saw was a pro anima sticking was to no in no and. That was I two three years ago. So. Yeah. I gain way too much weight from that time because I was like. When I when I did the. My. Life. I was here wasn't the golden gloves. I. Think I was to eighteen. Now in frigging to eighty this covert has killed me. I'm like five eleven. Okay. Okay. I'm just I'm just wide back live in Hong. Why completely so you andy. while. You Andy. Nah I don't got that shape. Better. Okay. Shouts you. I, do better I. Do have a little muscle been working in the moving company and delivering furniture since I was eighteen. Okay. I got and bigger not by choice. Well. Louis semi gets a Sony also a heavyweight Sony what up. Now. Busy. Right. One. AM I. Correct. You have interest in. Boorda was. Once. To time to time to time. Benitez. Just listening. Yo. Yo. House Action King Born and much Austin on like. Of You went, you'd like to be whoever it is. You put me to. Work I don't even know how it works. Yeah Yeah I mean you win bragging rights and if you move up the Move up the rankings you could get. Saying. Yeah. That's what I mean. Have you out of rankings you get a title shot a legitimate bell we got real belts sanctioning bodies have donated to us you know. So Light Weight Class Like. A? Signal. But yeah, I got him on forty pounds before you if you want. But what's your experience? You said I gotTa Back Signal. You do. I. Turn on my wife, I had my phone on regular. I Dunno know and be acting up broadly the Going in and out. I may last season we had the winner shirts. We've talked about you know different little trinkets. Bragging rights really. Well, listen I mean to to give out. Awards per fight Is going to cost you know. You can't go to a gym with forty people for free. You can't stay there for four or five hours recording holding up their rings sometimes only ring because most of the gyms we've gone to only have one ring and we're using it for four to five hours. We're taking up a big space of the gym. So all that cost money I like to say the border wars is no different than a bowling league is what it feels like until it becomes self-sustaining and that's why with every season we wanted to look better and better. So there may be someone does pick it up because what we're doing is we're changing lives I think that a lot of us. Get off the couch. Extremely heavy I mean look at Louis, right? Like he said right now he's to eighty and that's not that's the highest that he's been. So if he takes a border wars fight, he's GONNA train people have been losing way. I mean, look at your brother your brother is like the perfect example of that and he he was looking good. He got down all the way to sixty eight I. Even Myself Man from I find I am from three, sixty all the way to three thirty. You know it's A. And it's like you say it is. It's different when you do have a fight, you have a bigger motivation to work out. Not having a fight cow I told this guy blow take device I know I don't want to take the fight of rather train and lose some of the way. There's no motivation look at me. Like you get so sidetracked with life like if you were young still and you wanted to give it a shot fighter than you you can. Train to get ready for a fight without taken a fight. 'cause you yourself motivated but bro You. You know you have a family you have a new. You have a house. You have a truck. It's so much. Did you have on your plate that without without even having an actual fight the it's the motivation difference pushing push it off. You'll push it off and there's no people who push it off. A fight. You know I ain't going to the gym today but you the one gonNa pay you don't. Trust me. If you don't, if you don't, if you don't take this seriously, you're gonNA. Get to a day to with fighting like damn. Might have. Yup. Yup. Let me see. I, think we got James We went to Benitez he's not doing anything train obey was good. Just listening. Hunter. One, one, one, one time. I just listening well Okay came out the game king missed the heavy hands. They call you model the trainer said, you monitor the over here. Amateurs O. Wow now you know you know he ain't showing up no more so I don't do that tomorrow. Call them on that. Order money. A. Ua helping you way helping. Mateo I never heard while talking about nobody that law only time spoke with somebody duck, right? But That's all the show up. respectively. y'All I need to know man I cannot not talk about the elephant in the room while you still have to gain. Can you sound like you WanNa a very horrible Bluetooth On the upper. Left the game called the window open on you little over Florida shoot. AC Poverty Florida. I mean mood fenway from the Mike Sign. But Anyway, my question is the elephant in the room. What made you take the fight with a dude with that sort of stigma. Where the thing was. It wasn't allowed options. I was offered a couple of people and I said, yes to everybody. But then you know some people aren't gonNA be able to make it. Another guy didn't WanNA was ready and I was basically told like Mario's there. He said he's ready guy cool like I said just a couple of other people before they all from his knee or crews. Could. Make. Wait a minute so you came in. You know what I mean. Just you know I'm not I'm not saying that I'm just saying ready man I'm not I'm not gonNA does nobody knows that goes? For anything like this is this is me this is high. I don't feel comfortable. Tell you. You know we in the gym, you want some working the. Saying you WANNA see me. ESCAPING RUN MIND I don't know I don't understand some people me I never been scared. So that doesn't. Bother me get in there and look at me, respect. Now for I hear you man I. Hear You. I hear you knew Cam man you say, yes to Izzy Mario. You said Do. Not I. Say. Asked. About one crew. Anybody's it didn't matter anytime they came. This yes from me man always. Mario's apparently the only person that was ready and GonNa make it and he said he was you know said yes. I. I'll be honest to. Be Honest with you this whole border wars date is made around Mario. He he like Yo, I'm coming. I'm coming on a twenty four hour for the twenty four. So let's give some work. Have, you really come as get this date. He likes if you could get it done let's do it. So I believe he's coming. I. Believe these coming plus plus girl his girl is the front door. You had the back door. Now, I mean his girls in communication. Do me girl they are making plans? So I think he coming man? I, he picked you is when I heard. Wasn't. They say right I guess that's Already been. Been See you footage in the workout in the workout chat on. WHO posted the most? Everybody else be jacking scared man on I was told that with the line. In. Own Back Foot. You talking about the border wars chapel, skype chat this the border wars. Bread just started man we just start is bit it's been it's been a sleek and even this. Like you missing a lot of animals you gotta say that right now there's no Jose. There's no. There's no robber and also a big dig. There's Lauren. Salad has even met Sally I don't think sows even turn it on yet. She was. Exactly. That's what I'm saying because Boorda was is dormant I gotTA. Let you go you out. In the snowstorm, believe when he gets going and That's the thunder is dormant, and that's why I like to do it quarterly. My goal is to get gone four times a year. Eventually, we'll do that I think Sony said he's available going once. A. What Met the must much a Yo this I border wars TVD. So Brazzi got a cool. You know McKay wait to be there Pittsburgh to see everything. I I know I don't gotTA fight, but I would still contribute. We're going to get you a fight. I told you. We got some I for you tank in DC is available. He hit me back. He's a Patriot I just never got back from September talk I've been waiting to make it official I like making things official inside the border wars because that's the core group. So then I got a I got at least three man cost. So whether or not we open it up and get New People. We still got three man card that we could do. So you know as people sign up, they come to that border wars chat and then it's like once you know I don't even know if you got an iphone. Go. Once you become a boorda was fighter you'll be in a chat and you will be no you will. You will be actually. Sway in the decision of where it takes place. When it takes place I, we might be like waiting, join in November you like Dan nine November. I got a vacation plan with my with my wife and I really want to be involved and it's like damn that's one fighter this really in I who else November Oh, that for me so that's how it goes and. GOES WE ALL HANDS? On? Internally man before we come public, do it internally to make sure we already got a fight car than anything we get after that is just extras. Okay with that being said, is there anything else you bring with me? Not until we get you a fight, you know before you, you know eventually this due to hit me up because I just hit them today and and like I said, I, didn't hit him back since September second S. seventeen days ago he'll see this hit is you know he's a novice you a novice right? You sparred physically because you sent back footage and call the sponsor I assume you never spawn. Now. So that's beautiful. He says he's never spot, but this is what I like. Do I like to get tape I know I got that for you Ikea sent him I'll get something from him to send you before you agree pluses another plus we did the show that they saw anybody out there wants to fight hit us up via patriot, if you ain't a patriot. Hit me up on instagram but remember to be aboard was fighter. You gotta be a Patriot anyway. So hit me up paycheck but you hit me up on Instagram to ask me whatever questions you may have is their cap on the Sanofi when is the last day to sign? Well, this is the first show saw one at least give people a little bit of time but. You know it is going to be a quick. Registration closed date for sure I. Know King I mean already hit me up on skype accent website. Doing it directly not going on the website right now because Jose. Still. He's my web guy and he's still they're not dead. He's still mad from a few border wars ago but Y- will do it via pay pal like we always do. It'll just be. Instead of being through the website. But all the information on the website is true in terms of how the money's broken down for matchmaking and whatever it may be location. All that stuff is still true So you can go there for more information of needed but like I said it me on I g anything you need out ASA will. Be Live can I tell my cousins to watch it out in DC so as far as live, that's always going to be up to the location until. We get to the day where we can provide our own ethernet line. That's pretty expensive I. Think I've got the solution to that was that. You know you could run eat the net for like you know how you got your motormen your house sake let's say it's upstairs right. I well, you could run and eat the net line three hundred feet. But somebody gotta give us the Ethernet. The ethernet cable I just bought one hundred and seventy five feet nothing. I used to have one, hundred, fifty, five, eight dollars I'm not talking about the. Issue is who's given us the Internet access. You say, eat the net that's why. Not Answer length no. But listen listen to the location should have internet suit should and having two different things. If it's a business, they using laptops, I SEE JERSEY, boy not having it. You know they didn't have it. So despite the spot we did in Jersey and East elmhurst date I should have had it. They do but the location where was that? We needed a three hundred foot cable. Needs. Value I had. got. Right now on that one hundred and one hundred and fifty and data in reach I got to blue ones. Cool. So so then The Modem, the Modem is in his office upstairs I know. So then you got to extend the Modem. My man anyway that's out the window because Jersey Boys I mean, we're not going to jersey. No, I'm saying. So the Kenny Cunningham I mean Steve, Cunningham he may have. A business where he got WIFI and. Hopefully hopefully, hopefully, hopefully that but that's the issue with streaming live as far as TV if they was in a or we could do we got. And we ready to rock and roll Andrew. Dice of my fight like photos, etc. So share with my people, my social platform. We haven't started doing any photo packages, but we just did do one on one interviews. For the last one and I'm not talking about the unguarded live show I'm talking about we sat you down with the real videography for. View cameras set up with the. You know the everything everything but the prompt actually he had it but he didn't use it but it was it connected to his camera that being said. No we also say this Tunis I know you guys get excited. You want to show your families you know but Out of respect page on, don't try not to list not livestream it. You know this does the point of this for Patriot on exclusive. You know what I mean if you want to you get back. By the They will be released we. Respect the timeframe of every other supporting patriots that makes this possible because obviously, if we do it three main card with the two hundred dollar fees, that's not enough that doesn't even cover. The. videography. the Patriots month-to-month. That's what that money is for to make sure that these things can happen at the highest level. With the highest videography for. That whatever budget we have combined. So you know give us at least that time for the for our patriots to receive that footage and digested and talk about it on the reaction show to board awards before you release your instagram stead that we rather record write. Will they all of five? Youtube everything goes that Youtube. But we want Patriot to get it I because. It's You know we we're creating the content for you It's exclusive to you. Boorda was as always been exclusive that only becomes free wants the next season and out of, but recently, we have been releasing the season's obviously a lot sooner than the latest one that said, we got all the 'cause I'm GonNa go. You see I still got these contractor's here. Thank everybody for joining us. We'll be doing some life I chance I'm sure unless they duck me and you know what that means you talk. Times the fight was a lot of as we got Lubin night we got on ESPN. ESPN has been Raza. Okay and on fives fives. Let me see what they emailed me 'cause pb CEO is emails. Doodoo nope. That head. Water, but up permits boxing champions tonight. Live at nine pm Eastern six P. M. Pacific Standard Time. The battle in the hundred and fifty four pound eliminator. So it's tonight at eight o'clock for I mean for for and let me see top rank sand. Okay top rank. Your top rank and so many people. Damn. Yo they signed so many dudes this week. Bro, the killing it. Crazy. Haven Brady junior just signed. But the so many so many. I got I would have to click all the top rank game as they've been signing like crazy broads. I'm telling Ya. They A. Job I can't find Oh, here we go. Seven thirty eastern Damn right one before the OH, one at non when at seven thirty but we ain't GonNa get the main events before each other. But at least we'll get to see some of the undercard fights Rasa. You know you you have to decide. You're going to jump around all livestream I wanNA. See Fado. On of that's a lot of Pfizer. What deserves a fight Chet-? The. Lubin. Get shaved ashes. That Dasa. No Also Yeah but Raza could be. An Lubin but I'm trying to think of as any undercard I like fa I, just. I just don't know Jonathan Vice. You know I mean he should take him some rounds according to logical thinking but you got to go got to go got to go piece on the next one out either she.

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TRAINING DAY - Double Toasted Audio Review

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TRAINING DAY - Double Toasted Audio Review

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Then you know that train day is absolutely in my top. Three favorite films as a training day off supervised five offices sex. You act right. Everyone's like a black dead if you follow my structures if you back right got today and today on show me what you made a you decide with your wolf where i will do anything you want me to do. Does begins ethan. Hawke fucked up adventure and man looking at him. It was surprised. you didn't sharpie on goatee. Yeah man you know what hold on your head any anyway. Yellow jag about scared. Danny leaking onto my shirt and everything. Ma'am used to be a day. Where i would do cost play some of these shows to half when we were watching it. Actually i looked at his face. Does he have enough beer to make goaty at shirts and Dr congo shave as much as i love this movies. Also one of the movies that pisses me off. The most man training day has ruined so many days for me. Because if i if this is on. And i just catch a little bit of it. I'm sitting down watching the whole thing. It's one of those movies. No matter what seen it is it could be almost that the at the last frame. I'm gonna sit down and watch this well like you said earlier. How tight it is so every scene is a scene and they all lead to something. Oh yeah people to let you know how much this into this movie when it comes on. I really have to watch it when it comes on. It draws me. I'm hypnotized by this film. I've stood up dates. Does that weight restaurants. I'm supposed to be out the door. Said if you're watching dinsdale if you look if you if you have an emergency you. Your car broke You the middle of nowhere you in jail you bleeding to death. Call me but you better hope. They don't come on the midday because you stay in jail. You stuck out of nowhere. Are you dead. 'cause i'm watching this man if you follow and can't get up you better hope training day and on if you call me oh people in addition to this being one of my favorite films. This is also a historic film. A lot of people look at this and they just see it as mere entertainment and it is very entertaining. But this is. This is definitely a historic film. Won a game denzel his second ox oscar but actually was his first oscar for best actress. God is good. God is great to you. Say i know of citizen buddy. Somebody was watching tom. And they'd fucking no no. They got on their last check. Know they got. They got negative zero in the bank. They probably about to get kicked out. The home looking about god is good. He's gonna give me a call. Maybe he deserves deserve great from the bottom of my heart. I thank you all forty years. I've been chasing sidney. They finally give it to me what they do. They give it to him the same night. I'll always be chasing you. Sidney always be following in your footsteps. And i'm just the same i wanna ask say you'll never be me. I was the first proto negro the source of the fact. You say some shit to me. Oh yeah bitch king kong i. You ain't got shit on me. Yeah man It became a very quotable movie. It became very quotable cultural phenomena. Who has had a bad day with somebody got pissed off and lost their shit. Our somebody who just felt like a bad ass on monday and didn't say this someone kidding everybody. How many people love let bill with this off. The his mother fucking. Yeah but somebody saying that. It's like wow things did not go your way. no no. i'll be back because he got your kids. Got sick in the car sir. Let me finish shit on me. Just everybody said this man. Everybody said this even just joking around and everybody has this. This is the one that pretty much made. David air a popular name. Sure a lot of people didn't know his name before they probably seen something done or written fast and furious when he did he help out with that. Okay maybe didn't so maybe it's time you owe but people man this is this. This is a movie that as i said. Historically culturally has made a big impact despite that this has to learn this that this has kind of a modest seventy three percent. Yeah no i saw the say what. Yeah man i still hear criticism about this movie where people the criticisms criticisms are is too far fetched. Too many coincidences full of stereotypes. This is still not the kind of representation. I think that. I want to see how well you know. It has all kinds of things out there. I'm here actually to talk about some of this. But most of them are talk. About how training day has maybe aged in time came out twenty twenty. Two thousand one is twenty twenty one. It's twenty years since the movie came out. Considering the environment that win now would race relations in how we view the police in you know a few other things but also i'm here not even knowing that i'm here to make the argument. Why why training day is still one of the best written scripts of all time. Well as far as how view the police. This is how we view the police now. But there's some arguments that people can make up to talk about the lowly. Because i'll tell you why. Wait for later. Oh wait for later. Because i i. I can see what people are saying. You know with this movie. I mean i'm not up here trying to trash in the movie at all like i said. I think that this is one of the best scripts as far as now. Let's take any issues out of it. you know. i think it's as far as structure. This is one of the best written scripts of all time. Hollywood saying it's the best but one of the best and one of the biggest reasons won't get into this discussion right now. Let's bring up about this to let you go with me. I mean look thing. I would bring up because i was reading my wh. What are these criticisms. It's not going down to seven three percent and it was always talk of a plot hole and the coincidence and it was something where the director explained it in a way whereas like that makes perfect sense now. Yeah yeah the reason why you might miss something. Mia my lovely wife. Ms meal but here. She watched the movie with today. She had seen in a while. She has heartaches on this which were being interested in. So i asked you want to be hidden. Yes i enjoy this movie. Oh so one of the reasons. Why i think that the script the reason people come in and they say the criticisms of this but also on the reasons why people really love this movie is for the rewatch ability of it. This is a film where to this day. I can study this film right here and still catch something new. I can still find deeper meaning in things that i really hadn't seen before which i have done with this question. So what is that you saw. That is new. This time you have to keep in mind. People are training day are. Because you've you've heard me say. I'll watch train and they all the time but being somebody who's on the internet being somebody who's private probably part of that shortage of span group out there. I'll watch this and chunks on youtube. And i watched my favorite things over and over again. I haven't watched it in the continuity a while. Probably a years saw there are scenes in between that i haven't called And i've i've come in and been able to see that some of these things that i haven't seen in a while there are these little small details man that give deep meaning to everything in here. You really get down to it. It's easy to blow it off because this is the movie that needs needs beautiful in these rewatch ability because everything out for you know we know everybody has the same experience watching training day for the first time we watch we watch denzel as lapd. Detective alonzo harris. He does one crooked thing after another. You look at him. He's so crooked he gives he gives no fuck so much is the dude that drinks and drives and he's a cop does in the daytime just bearing his half. Everybody see hoping is man. You feel a lot better has people. You'd be driving by seeing national right there up six pack in the car. Man what i gotta highest white dude passenger seating anybody else we can stop for this we will. We will give fine taking the gel laws. Although lonzo as he says shit we the police we can do. We want to do and he puts it out there. But it's also land but it's also just not alonzo dinsdale and even though he's drinking and driving even though he's out there he's a little abrasive. Got a big ego. He talks a lotta shit as far as i mean. Look that's what allows gotta do. You gotta work these streets but also look behind lonzo dinsdale man sure and then always a good guy denzel always hard and but it's for reason he's yeah he's just trying to teach kids the streets denzel go learn nobody man whatever. He's doing that little white boy. That little white are set up and he might learn something even at the end of movie. Even when when. Ethan hawke as j j. hoyt when jake is getting shot at man. Where's your evidence through it. A kit you trying to teach her all part of the lesson right there not the window you a good hands on training right now man. oh man. That shot goes full of blanks messing with dodge. Yea man you know. This is basic training away. Man you know you know he's going to be on the streets with all these all these criminals making they can't they can't teach himself some man even at the end even at the end of the movie and i'm just medicine how much i love. So even at the end of the movement dizzy when diso shot. I said you know what he'll be. But those are squibb's those blanks using a twist rate when he what this is is that this is all set up to show jake the evil corruption. Man it was. It was all actresses all theatrics man to scare jake man. This could really happen jacob. You've mother unhappy corey. Jake get your yeah. That's what it is. He's ov settled. He's trying to kill you non just as his way. He's just a really good teacher he's very hands on and he makes class fun. He hasn't gone up since then. He's dedicated both made his heart. Stop so with the credit star rowley. Fuck and even. I was like man. I gotta go and wash. I missed. he's he's the guy i saw marin man. I wanted to dig deeper leaders. They the ending of the movie. Man the credit star rolling before denzel got up and he said i'm the good guy j everything that was cool. You know man. Don't say that that dated now. It's not like when those now. You see movies where they go back and go like this is what was really happening. No so when the credits roll you realize men as some some. That don't do people like that. I go again. You gonna watch it again man. It takes you a couple of times realize. Oh denzel's even. He's the bag command. But i'm gonna tell you the reason why you. It took a while to because yes denzel. It was harmless to like take denzel as a as a villain worked very well for the film but also because this movie is a wonderful lesson on show. Don't tell you have to go wash the pill. This movie is that you probably realising but when you see this movie you don't even know that you miss a lot of details. You know that this is tight. You feel that things are connected. But you didn't catch all of them. You heard him talking. You details being thrown out there but you really just be probably missed you the first time around and it's such a good movie. You know that everything meant something and you have to see it again to catch it all and put back together. I'm telling you that's one of the reasons why i want to see it again because once you realize it's almost like a twist once realized that denzel is the bad guy and you've been this whole time. You thought that he was just playing and he was a good guy. You had to go back and start seeing everything that you missed Because they told you the whole time right right and you you you go back. You see where he started planning this year. And a little. The little micro plans he made along. The way also is easily missing the very beginning when ethan hawke is going to work all right. I'm starting this new position. It's a new chance of me and his wife is all all right. Don't screw this up. Yeah so he's already got fresh. Whatever happens gotta stick with this. Yeah no he got it. He was getting it from the house before he even left so the pressure was on man. Now a big reveal in metairie. Some things that i saw. I'm gonna tell you some things that actually connects everything that we probably a people still don't see today to show you how tight this movie is. show you some things that i missed some things that i missed that. Connect things together and some things that give a bigger meaning to the movie that you did not catch. You won't catch unless somebody's telling you are. You just happened one day. Just it just it clicks so a big reveal in the movie is that alonzo has meticulously plan. His day you know he. He's mehsud that before you put the in the movies for week. I'm gonna make sure that jake is going to be the scapegoat in my plans. One way or another in with with that. You think that this was airtight in everything that he's doing he already had this in mind. That's the beauty of as well oiled an evil machine and he has gone on but i don't think he gets enough credit. The character does not get enough credit if you watch the movie. There's so much stuff that the character improvises. Yes good planner. Sure anybody can make a plan but a really good planner is able to improvise on the fly because they know everything isn't going to come together exactly like they wanted to. Because you don't know what. Jake is gonna do. You know there is a person in front of you. Maybe it's not gonna cooperate. Maybe he's going to say no so he he's manipulating you. The whole time. Another reason why you like dinsdale is because you really do see that. He's good at job. Now we see being put to bed but he is so good at his job. Everything means something man. Everything in the movie means something. There's hardly any action that doesn't lend itself to the bigger picture. And they do they show you this the first time around you. It man this this is your don't think i'm crazy saying this but this is right up there with some almost a sixth sense level type shirt a simple piece of paper at the beginning of the movie they will make a big deal about it but simple piece of paper. Grab a menu of their window. You know when you weren't we. I watched the movie. Get that trash off a window. She'll you don't realize how he's looking at every little detail and saying i can use everything you don't even know what menu for him but he he says grab dead even cheaper for him. Trash trash is a useful tool. I wanna see that one. What i want to see that goddamn. Let's go she likes. I wasn't chinese food. Call right now for delivery. So i'm gonna give me some low. May i needed. That was a chinese food menu window. He picked it up and he did not really even know what he's going to use a four lane that day but he says everything to me. Something that's some batman detective right there. I was like wow man. S macy gray. Actually in his. I was like what is chick never acted more. I you know she always had a a woman who's cracked out is just right up her alley issue. I'm not even gave us some crackheads. Cracking cigarette right. See that one one of my favorite lines in the movie too soon. She looked at jake and a punk as bitch as crooked cops. You'll has got to shoot me. She's really good man. I'm surprised they don't use them more. She hasn't been more of an actress. Man know shows that he's really great job man employs. He's officiant again. These some things that you probably noticed yourself but in watching again. I'm just like wow just how efficient this guy is because there's so many things you take for granted at the beginning of the movie of when he's sitting with jake when i meet him at the diner man you know it sounds like doing you might as well just a puppy dog is do you know At the diner man that what dinsdale as alonzo's doing he's always looking at a way. He's got a plan but man if something can make his job easier. We're a work smarter not harder. You know when they go to their diner you. I see that jake is sitting there and it looks like denzel. Just kind of playfully. Fucking with jake employs. He's just laying down some alpha male authority because that's what he gets off on and it's easy to think that this is just some fun. It is great dialogue. But it's just some fun dialogue just for the sake of getting audience up and going and laughing and get into the movie it is. You could be out there with a fine bitch for year and the most entertaining story that you can come up with to tell me is a drunk stop. You look like this story. But i don't believe you tap that ass. You know you tap that ass you put it in the back seat bam cold ex but man i got wife. You've gotta dig will argue with this. He's doing man he's bullying him and he's prying him for inflammation. Is this whole thing if you haven't seen the movie more than once you missed this dead. He's looking at him and he says look the moment. This kid says down. He's dan he's in my whip. He's locked in. You know the buzzing update. I'm a spy. I'm a spider about about to go there and poisons as but you know that jake's is down he's in his trapped but he says you know what if i can make this season myself in make jake dig his own whole you know that'd be because the thing is i can blackmail and i don't have to get a dirty with. This is probably going to have to go as far as i wanted to. Its and see how eager he is. Yes if you give you start out and you you know even smiling you abuse somebody and they keep in their ready for like okay but else okay i can easily push them into stuff is a little nerds a little nerd and then you got him. Yeah but he's looking blackmail him because if he confesses that. Yeah had sex with this chick and he's like well. Hey you know what. I hate to tell you. Why don't we just talking. But you know. God do if i have to. And so. he's looking for any dirt wellness guy. Yeah don't forget it. It's been doing all this stuff to a lot of people. Not only jake. He's been doing all this on the streets size. Pretty smart on all these kinds of Oh oh yeah. He's looking to put jake on his team one way or another one. He manipulates a lot of people. Like some things that people probably have seen that he's doing a lot of time. Like i said it's really easy to dismiss the movie as being a big incidence with certain events. You know one of the biggest ones is how jake ends up with these with these essays with a gun to shotgun about to be blasted because denzel said a month and you know said holes in remember this man whole scene where they find out his cousin. They got the got the wallet. Let me see. I think even had that scene right yeah. That's the thing i was talking about. Yeah well let me see. Y'all noah donald is whole thing with the wallet right here here it is gonna to about little cousin or would affect where port macarthur park came at the high cliff. Curtis my favorite unilateral brown risk told her that was a he was a kiwi mandate eighty eight even been to mexico smiley gonna trip out little cousin or would you know that whole thing with a little cousin because actually cousin now don't have to blast you. They've been setting up through the whole film. And you know like. I said this guy use every bit. You have to love this character man because like i said it's not a waste of detail in his movie. You know he he was. He was picking up on this this information earlier. That cousin was about to be raped by some crackheads earlier and he was asking she was okay and you hear what he's when the inflammation that she's volunteer and he's not that he cares about her. He like oh shit. You know somebody that i could probably connect with. I got some dude. I can do some dirt for me. I know them. I was gone to pitch. Part almost became a part of this part now. We cousins from hillside. Remember that causes to get your back all right the those the those essays. He was talking about sure. Sure and even direct anton was saying how like. It's not that it's a coincidence that he being almost assassinated by those mexicans but once he saw that girl that gave alonzo the idea like oh yeah her cousins. I can get those guys to kill you. And that's what i'm saying he can. He looked at her and knew that they would they. He's like well shit. You know. I just call them and they actually have a part in the move that thing with the movies. There's so many subtle things man. Like i was thinking like. Don't you think these guys let him go to easy for that. Like they got paid from allows to kill him and everything and they just let him go just because he saved his cousin will also laker. Consider them by getting a movie in the movie. You realize that all these people who work with lonzo. They all hate him. Yeah everybody hates you know. But i do see your point. Because there's no guarantee that alonzo's going to be dead by the end of the. He paid them. Yeah he is. I'll give you that one to you. Like they would have if they let him go and then say he runs away and he doesn't mess with the loans. All let's say that allow lows will come back as deny pay you to kill this motherfucker like did you let them go. And then they'll have problems you know. Maybe this time to kill the millennium plot and killed alonzo log onto. Everybody hates it. Everybody implying his death for a while. Also you can hear like a details being made as distant happen out of nowhere. You can hear denzel even talking about the bathtub earlier. Yeah just make sure that bad. Yeah man so this is a this. Is something where it has. All these details have been laid out then. Not that i'm showing you this either something you probably already know but i'm just letting you know that there's hardly any just moment is movie where it doesn't mean something really. If you wanna learn how to write a script as tight i would say look. You don't want to write anything with a twist anything but if you wanna learn how to write a script as tight but also united salting ordinance about putting everything out there watch training day man train into has a has a lot of great lessons on how to show and don't tell and also how to make everything very lean would seen the details. You can feel how tight the script is. nothing's coincidence. Even rodgers of visit alonzo's visit to roger. Roger was the guy that i think he was his. He was his training officer at one time. Even going now. You know roger if you know the character. Roger roger got you pretty much got betrayed by lonzo so they can take his money early but if you if you notice there's two visits that allows makes it seem like alonzo goes over the first time like. Oh when you go with their forty just go hang out and then he goes back again. There's there's dialogue in it and tell you why he went there a lot of people to this day. They still miss this bit of dialogue right here on in house unless new year. Where from my dream feeling. Well good back and kill you. He was you know he he asked you here. Like what are you doing later on. And you'd like. I'm gonna be home doing good. Just tell me everything. He saved the money. Okay yeah yeah man steeds pretty much. Even the guy that train him doesn't realize he's being being sized up by lonzo. what a monster he's created. You see the guy who trained him or is he the guy who pulled him in gonna say that. Listen this now. we're gonna start getting the things that people really don't connect that people don't see because i i've watched us enough and somethings. I'm reminded of and some things i have to. I'd like today. I remember thinking about this. But i remember just thinking about even more today. They give you small. They don't they don't they. Don't sit down and have roger lonzo say man you remember back in the day and we did that bust and trained exposition. Yes no no. there's no long exposition. I- really didn't get to the point. I hate exposition. What they do movie is they just put small details down there and if you don't catch him and let's take taking years where people to catch you are to catch these connections here you you can see the influence that roger has had on alonzo if you just listen to some of the things that alonzo keeps doing in the you hear the same mannerisms from raja. There's one thing that denzel keeps doing in the move. He keeps saying one thing and then later on. Roger does it too so it was real quiet. You never know. That's the point. Though he keeps saying boom look taty says boom and then look who else is on his way to smoke his ex partner before trial shit. Power roger does the same thing and roger doesn't more than once droplets in your hands before zero five four three two. And it's like oh you know you can tell these guys he had. He had a real influence on on a so. Then we see in this. Well you know you you you when you see how close they are you. Start looking at all right. Well this makes sense. This guy was so he was so an adoration. So well trained by this by this superior officer roger that. He picked up his mannerisms. And then you start to wonder well. Okay they don't say it they just give you little hints. They don't they. Don't give you any big again exposition background. This is little small clues to say. That raja has likable. Raji isn't as much you want to feel bad for roger you know. There's there's something that said about roger earlier and we think that denzel is just as lonzo is just saying this should just so he can manipulate jake a little bit more. Sure your friend and you kill the fly. Come my friend because he knows my first name so this is the game. I'm playing as that's my job. That's your job. Rogers sold though to kids. You know there's a better place without him and now you start thinking like well. He's just telling him that. Make roger look worse. But roger roger got four million dollars hidden in this no cop gives this on his pension and then you see a scene here later on with roger and it's like okay. What was that both phone. Call all about excuse me saves the us up. I can't do a thing for sure. Miss you clean it up. They'll be going so rodgers opposite doing some dirt. Yes so now. You start to wonder if roger has been a crooked cop yes some cinema four million dollars in his house unburied on his floor. So is he the one that corrupted alonzo and his likely yes scams going on his was the art. Look either you're in on this with me or i gotta kill you. Yeah and then. Net whole thing influence alonzo to repeat the cycle man. The thing is like when you get into these big police departments like lapd or new york or like big cities and stuff especially drugs and everything when you get in there even if you were nice jake and stuff the system is already working and the system is so strong so much. Money is in walled. Like even if you're good you cannot stay good alone said the same thing you know like i was like you and i turned into this thing because like either you're gonna stay in. Be this guy or you have to leave. There's no way you can change her. Sure that's why when i look at this movie. I don't think lonzo is that like. He does a lot of bad stuff but like this what he needs to do. If he's going to stay there. I don't think there's another way of doing things like that. Because he's passed out. He's passed down his whole and i'm gonna let you continue with because i just want to get. I wanna put up some before. The point is forgotten ours. We we don't connect to well but davis show you how connected they show you. How connected roger in in in alonzo are almost metaphorically in a way if you notice and it's almost like an israel deep because this is a betrayal and this is the man looking at another man dying looking down on him and then i'll he goes out the same way but almost to the point. Where ironically he went out like raja look. Roger went out only now even in death. Alonzo raja connected. Look look how lonzo goes out don sucking in those last breasts man and almost think it's the way whereas it's not just meant to be like. Oh you know this is this is a karma is like man you know these guys even connected on the way out both of them crooked both of them passing a cycle of corruption in both of them going out the same pitiful way best. That's the faith of this business in the way and the way like they guess for the last there is just like that's the moment they accept that they lost because you kept saying on winning the winner shit like this is the moment i'm losing. This fully. became a night thing and he was going to get a in his. He won't do something they just like. Go for a while. it's loan goes. What are you going to say. Well i was gonna say that. It's easy to i look at this as oh well denzel. Is that that roe. Correct cop you know. It's always up some bad apples. But the long ago zone you mean roger and then the other cops are in on it and it's like man they got they got a network going on and you get to the scene where he has his meeting with the three wise men at the restaurant. And i'm like okay. These are city officials. And they're all in on it so this is a corrupt system all way through their strong. Yeah no it's a whole cycle of corruption in s. Another thing with the movie. I don't think that people see that. A there's a direct cycle going down. Like whatever. Roger did to alonzo. Alonzo's don't other people because roger probably came and put a gun to his head at one time and say. Hey look you gotta to get on board with this you want to get things done and also while the fuck when you want to get rich when all these other people out here doing that thing and just show in which is ripping off drug dealers. Yeah and it just shows you how corruption how corruption corrupts another all. These guys probably start with great intentions man. But i don't think people when he walked when he washed his movie and they just watch on the base level. I don't think they see that whole deep connection rate them. One question that that i that i do have is. Why would a lonzo bring in a rookie to do this stuff. On one of the most important days of his life with life or death for him. And the reason i ask this because this is an important situation in the logical answer i know would be that. Because you know it's easier to bring in a rookie and put him on his team and all in to pull them in with all these people that he's manipulating. You know to bring him in. When at the end of it he plans on framing him and killing him. At the end. Jake is either going to go to jail or jake is going to die. You know if he if he doesn't get the program but you know there's the whole promise of megan detective that's there with him that That probably slightly make jake say you know what i'm on with this because i look at this and i say well the only problem with what's going on is that if he was looking to put jake on his team. Why couldn't you just used team ready. Had well consider two things. That one alonzo is an opportunist. And here's his opportunity. Where like hey. We've given you this rookie to train. So this is something you can use. But the bigger factor is. he's on a timetable. The russians are coming after him and they're not gonna let him take months. Plan it out how he wants to so he's got to come up with something quick and suddenly this opportunity all right. The me revise my plan and go with this because it looked like a lot of people. Think like all right. You know what he's gonna kill this guy. Are you gonna put them in jail and that it'll be easy to manipulate a rookie. Did it have to be that way. If you played played along he could have been know even if he shot the guy you know. They pay planned everything. The other cup got shot in everything. He could have been fine. You know if he played a low. That's what i think. I'm thinking like a lot of people. The only problem is that look like it looked like this is an important thing and this is something else that i think you have to notice in the movie that a lot of people don't see because a lot of people think like oh he just wants to get rid of this guy wants he wants. He's used them. And i don't think that's the case. I think that for a long time alonzo was looking at as looking at jake in thinking. You know what i do. Want to put this guy on my team. Guys got potential. You know if. I can get to play along. And that's why i'm saying like why are you want to train his on the day that you gotta get some shit done. Because there's a lot of times that he's looking at him he's thinking like man. I got a fresh late radio i got. I got fresh rookie. That who's going to do whatever i tell them to do. All do is promise in the world. You know that whole promised to make them detective. You know but promise to make him detective and he's listening to me. I can bring a man and have them not only see what he's mehta. He can go in there. I can do all the dirty the real dirty stuff. I can get him to do all the grunt work. I can get him to do whatever i wanna do. Man you gonna teach me that old school of hard charging beat up everything that moves rodney king shoot at no more that they said though we don't roll like that no more. Now use this brainpower. Nick is too strong anyway. You think i'm crazy right. I don't know what to think you're good. You know there's moments where it seems like seriously if you look at what jake is doing. Dinsdale looks at him. As like damn you know this guy may really be an asset. This guy really think so. You don't think so. I think. Because i look at this and i'm thinking like man there. There are so many moments. Where he's giving jacob chance and i think the reason why i say that he wants to keep him on. If you look at some people are some of the things that that That jake is doing the people with the crackheads. Man he'd been shot at him and denzel comes up like you just stops and look and he's almost an admiration. I i think that's just a fool. The audience to make us think that he's really considered. I think wasn't that the planning to kill more. Get rid of him. As long as jake played along with him and accept to be the part of the team he would be like. You know i can have another guy in my team. And i bet he tested his other guys one way or another with other things to trust them and they're all fine. Throw that money on his lap. Like this is your first day. You made all this money. And that's why i'm convinced. Because there was so many times that he could have gone ahead and got rid of this kid. But if you look at the end i think part of the cycle. If you look at the house he tells them 'cause there's there are moments in usa. That's the moment when denzel said fuck it man but there was a moment where he said a look. This is the last time. I mean trying to talk sense to you. I'm trying to get you with the program if this money. Don't tell you anything that you're gonna have some serious problems. Buy minivan with that. Put the kids in college. Mean that back you know only checks cash the lapd on right talk to today. Matt you don't want a piece of this now this. I mean we're to well. We really have to kill him. I think it was that it was that exact moment where dinsdale just snap. Because i think that's how he got. All the other guys is is what we were talking about with what roger did to him. Roger came in roger corrupt and him raja finally pulled him in with the lure of money if nothing else if all else fails money was going to be the last thing. And he's done with so many people he didn't in. This system is so corrupt. Expect to have a hoyt jake. Hoyt come in and do this like that's what they're looking like his weight. You serious you. you're not you're not taking it. Yeah you're not yet. And i think that that's the moment when dinsdale but then select i'll keep it for you. Because he like he might change his mind in point like you know this is your first thing. You're excited right now. You might say nobody you might change your mind in. You know where i think you're right because i think the moment it was the money that crossed over but he said if money doesn't happen then we only have one last resort. And if you're not going to do money. I gotta have you kill somebody so i can really frame you and when jake didn't do that that's when denzel just say fuck it. He's got to go even told him to his face before before before. Jake turned the tables on told him to his face. All right you know what. I see right now to murder you and make it look like. He died in a roic fashion. A los angeles police department narcotics officer was killed today. Serving a high risk warrant an echo pago bitch. Lapd spokesperson said. The officer is survived by his wife and infant child. She gets deeper now. The reason why i say that that was the turning point because he tried everything those other guys he tried his best to groom him like those other guys in. Jake wasn't on board. He ain't shit like this and at that point when he says you know what. I can't take this out in the messy way. But he did at that point. He decided to kill him right after that. That's when he went to the car and he says i just had to keep his trustful a couple more hours. Why are these mexicans. Shoot his ass. This is the best place to join. But you gotta just take time you make the picked played a game the wise and then you can change but you gotta change from the inside. Think that jacobs so confused right now. But i think at that point first of all alonzo just love to manipulate people but he says you know what i can't be so kind and he's like i can't be messy with this. We just came. Blast is asking if we kill him right here. Blue the blue the blue will come in the blue suicide blue uniforms. The cops gonna come in. And they're gonna see roger dead over here and then they're gonna see jake dead over here and there's going to be more questions than necessary. I got to hold his trust. But just a couple miles. Tell him what he wants to hear manipulated as get him all these mexicans in so i can just have him shot in a clean way that nobody has to know about. That's what i thought that dinsdale finally said and the house after jake in reason why the he told those guys not to shoot him is because all those jake had a gun pointed at him. You'd like fucking jay jason. You kept on me. That's what i thought that denzel. Finally this guy's a lost cause he's not like these other guys had he's got to go. I thought that the first time. I saw watching it again. I thought now he was planning to kill him early on. Yeah you and i disagree. Just disagree on them except to watch dale like. Oh my god he just for me. I'm not arguing with to me watching together like it was even reinforced me. More was like he was really trying to train his guy. He's like he's like those other guys that he has. I think he wanted him in his team like he tried everything. But he's not coming along and he's like like man. I try to even in that car right there. If he said like okay man. I want them money. I want to be part of it. He would maybe keep him. Because i think he wanted his share the money even though he was like here. You take this. It was more like no. Because i need all this. I got russians breathing down my neck. The threes wise minute san. We'll think you're going get out of this and he's like no. I'm gonna get the money of the day watch. I'll have it today. He took but the thing is when they when they took the money he already budgeted jake's cut because there's four million dollars down there he owed the russians million so it was he took me. There's a rodgers like look what we take and you still got two million. Let's so you're not gonna miss. We're taking you'll be fine. So he took enough to give his guys the money including jake and then he took a million for himself. Yeah that's how he keeps his team going to give the cuts. But jake is so stubborn. Jake is like are you with that does mine. I just saw this weekend. I'll tell but then again that's the beauty of the movie right. You mean is almost in a way where you can just walk away at your interpretation of it. Yeah i just had this whole thing. We're just play the game. And i think that he got off on like man. He was toying with this food at this point like you know what he's dead. I get off of manipulating people and you could see man from the beginning of the movie before and again is how deep this movies give an they tell you how manipulatives guy is before you even see alonzo. He's trying to fuck digs wife. Yes what is it. Madness man is really great catching small moments man if you you have to go in again. It's a movie that can be seen over and over again. Put the puzzle together. Took me a second time to realize what was happening. Maybe the third time to realize what was happening smileys house. When denzel are alonzo takes two to the essays home and he's setting up the hit and you can see little things happening man where where that is all coming together. It's already it's already tense. Scene yes it is but if you pay attention it gets even scarier when you're realizing that you already know like i said maybe the second time here we know denzel is up to no good but there's a point before something's even said made you catch the first time but the second time you like jesus gas booked on number one. We don't play for money because it is by the way you still. Don't just the memes doing this texans. Skuld across a school meeting emoji. He took a skull and crossbones emoji man. But yeah you ever want somebody to look at you own and look at it and liquid you exactly. Yeah and when you look at him like me who is one. We don't play for money. It is my point. Yeah you wanna get their call right. The man denzel in them. No like i'm gone. Man this point some people are saying i don't know if you can hear you probably even hear it in his room. Maybe you guys can here. But there's a point here where if you listen carefully while they're playing cards you can hear denzel car leave outside at thought so to show you just talking about the script but to show you just how great the director anton fuqua in the technical department is on this. There's little things little small touches again. It's not proven. I don't think it's been said but if you listen carefully you might hear car like carlos slim and a car leaving. So why don't you tell something else. Have you been a pig. Listen going to clip your yes. Some people think lonzo getting his car maybe could be. But i don't know if you guys have seen anything in the mood because i'm i think those some of the biggest connections that are saw again without stain. Some of the obvious that you guys are really no. But i don't know if there's anything that you guys have seen anything you notice that i haven't brought up with this. They're smart no not not so much in the small details. One of the things is when he goes to visit is His baby mama. And he sees his kid. I know initially it seems like well. Okay yeah somebody who loves him but then later she hates him too. Oh yeah yeah no. She don't like yeah. She wants them for his power. She's in the neighborhood and he's running the neighborhood though she wants to be with that guy. That's your or more like. She feels like she didn't have an option that to maybe he picked her and she was she going to say no to him. It was funny that the one that neighborhood didn't care about him. And they were on the jake side. And i was thinking like if if i was going to go. There's going to be another guy. Who's another cop who's going to do the same exact thing to this neighborhood. So what's the what's the difference. Well he probably came in. Because i grew up there. I know these guys and they trusted him and then it turned out pretty for him. Yeah but whoever is gonna take lonzo. Spot is not going to be different. I don't think so. I'm looking at this and i'm thinking the same thing i'm like you know you look at the neighborhood. Would alonzo man. I wonder why these guys hate. I don't think this question is meant to be answered. I thought i've always i. Would you know if they ever did. As a sequel in guy willing works or something man. I would love to just find out like an prequel. Maybe why the fuck. They hate alonzo so much. They want to tell you man free. She was my nephew show shop. You better call me shit man. Oh you really wonder what is going on with the with him man. That is always a though. I've seen these kind of things back in tokyo as well like these guys who comes from ghetto neighborhoods. And if they don't become a cup they're going to be one of those gang members or whatever they choose to be the cup so you have the power that comes from the government but you still do the same exact things that you're going to do in a in a gang but like you have much more power. So that's that's the guy who's doing the same thing every the bonus and he's an every david here. Yeah yeah was in the last one. The tax collects collective. The he was the gangsters that they went to. Oh that's right okay. Yeah yeah yeah. A lot of people forget terry crews in the movie man. Yeah i forgot that until three watched it there. Uses big is looking at it age as relieving. Maybe got bigger men are the. But you're right. That whole thing. With the with even mendez. I think that she was all think. She's that that that great of a character either. I mean she's there. When i say character i think she's got questionable morals but then again that's the father of her son and she does have power with him in that neighborhood or so she thanks. I think she finally just fucking when she felt like she was he was putting her child endangering. Let me see your hands. Where is the window. come up. Too little alonzo lonzo threat to. She's she knows alonzo's selfish motherfucker. He cares himself more than anything. So she's like like he wanted when care about his son more than himself. I'll just go get my fucking sern guys. Just the monster in the way but i say at the same time when i look at these characters i cannot feel like like a is the real real bad guy. He does bad things but like try to kill people but he did. He's probably kill some people around there. Yeah that wasn't him. They've there was another guy his spot that was going to do the same things alonzo off the hook just because somebody else might do the same thing too. I mean yeah. It doesn't but i'm not trying to say good person. I'm trying to say i can see his point. Piteous can see his side of the story. That's we don't really. I don't see his point. His point is all about him. Everything points back to him. he's all about himself. You know there was a time where he there does a time. He probably got into this. You know there's a there's a scene here let me see if i can find him back when he was jake back when he was j. He he he saw. There's a scene. Let me see deleted scene. But if jake had the same exact background same exact person he might have act came to. You know you see here so i don't know if this is it. There's some deleted scenes like this. He's talking about where he went to go. See a guy and this guy was beaten his dog. And i think at point. Alonzo i he. He got in just like jake was all bright eyed and bushy tail. Light stupid as jake over here. And he thought that he was going to go out there and do some things. He was a rookie. Just like jake was and then he saw that. The streets are corrupt. He's gotta get on their level to take care of things to get things done to talk to people you get in with people and then just takes a little bit of a corruption to do that. Once he starts acting on the other side of the law then is nothing to take start taking money and then once you start taking money you got to protect the corruption you ready have and you got to start taking people out so i think there's just a string of corruption that got deleted scene here though but at the same time. I think he was right that he was saying like. We're not after these little like street crooks little sellers where behind the much bigger guy so we cannot deal with these guys and arrest all the little things that that's true but you don't have to murder innocent. People do that was in the glove box. This certian domestic violence awareness. What's her i d nor one five fifteen ten eight nor fifteen ten twenty twelve minutes and may have. Somebody knows that seeing what happened. i'm talking about. Where's that seeing. Is it on the internet. It's on the internet. Yeah nor fifteen with south on ramp at beverly south on rampart at beverly hills or bad guys got radios to my man. Never trust the radio. Never tell anybody exactly where i guess. The scene might be in fast food five or six minutes. Somebody said okay. Let's see here. I see this scene in manhattan. We used to watch his house. They gave him over the two hundred and thirty years in. This is it. this is the scene. I think i'm talking about motherfucker. Two hundred and thirty years in the penitentiary to like dogs around. Yeah yeah yeah right. He's a good dobermans. A better spoke. Houston raised donors. So i mean the second week of my patrol. I'm rolling out here with my. Te'o we pull up. What's bookings house is his old man out front named to fine drunk smiler beating the shit out female dobie beautiful dog seven months. He's beating the shit out of a with a garden. Hose dolls crying. Yelping and i was raised with dogs. So i'm thinking out. Do something this motherfucker thiel says. Now and always cool was cool. He starts waving. He starts waving at two waving back like smiling. This shit with one eh. leading the fuck out the door with the other. I'm about to lose my mind. Mateo looks me a good old boy to look me right now is said cities teaching the dog. Hey negatives said Says spooky paid to fine twenty dollars the beat the shit out of the dog the teach them to hate niggers whose ass to kick the t. o. Spooky to fine house ready to quit to jump out. That black white go take a bus. Aw man saying the status soon as you think you've seen everything out on the streets. These streets will teach you something twisted. That goes to show you that. You're right to the certainly stint. I don't feel sorry to day. But they're the part of him. That was probably innocent. His heart was in the right place in that system down and how he got raised and how we got trained and everything just made him that who he was. But that doesn't excuse digs. Marry me no zell. Like lonzo shit nine. Maybe with chris army take a lotta dues around because you have it that man. This is so slow is so deep. Ma'am me showing you all. This is just showing you a piece of what people look at his Entertainment and they don't see all the the small details go in there and they think that just some of this stuff is badly written. Because it's just coincidence. Things are being connected to loosely because they want to get done with the film and whatnot and get to the exciting parts. No people this is the reason why i love. This film is not because well. It's part of it. Because i want to reach maximum denzel monday anything but is it really is a movie if you wash several times as we said menace so many movies that give you x. Possessor in this movie it shows. It does not tell and this is one of those movies. They're really does for his main stream. Teams is a movie that really treats his audience smart. Well there's so much to get dazzled by that you missed the details or you pick up on them but then by the time it gets into the movie like where'd this come from and it's not until a second watch where you go like. Oh yeah this this whole time. And i'm still finding baynes in here man to this day like that whole thing with a new there. There was a connection roger and alonzo but just today. I was like wow man. I didn't really realize the connection that was there and it seems like it might be something greek reed in onto much but i think the movies too smart just just to see that. That is a coincidence. Nah man i. I love this film so quotable in here too. I mean it just gets deep with this anymore. Let's talk about some of the fun stuff. I mean you know. Let's talk about some of my favorite quotable. I love do you. Do you have any favorite portables in. Because i i tell them. I'll put it to you. But i love that. Everybody thinks is my favorite one. Either king kong and got shit on me are scherer ill. Pcp took the last time. He hoped wait laugh twelfth grade and so many scenes where they this is so is editor so well. There's so many scenes where they show him being the devil man. Oh yeah he's looking at him cunning and like yeah got him but he always has his reasons though you know smoke this because you know like you and you wanna be a narc and everything. And he's like. Oh well okay actually fought him at first he said no. I'm not going to do it until they fucking gun. New is a that's one. That's one of my favorite parts of the movie where it shows you that i'm gonna put it back on that quotable over there but this shows you that there was no escaping this guy man there was no getting out of his web that he laid but also there was some of jake doing it to himself like the moment when he My favorite part is he pulls over and he sees a copyright and a ticket and he's like going get out. That could be you right there. But at that point he's manipulated him so much. Yes good also using jake's ambition against him and his young thinking see on disagree in that alonzo already set up him being again the powerful mail from the moment jake's he's like shut up. I mean we might paper. He's already going in and not only giving his guys with promises of being a great detective just put his dominance on him. He got into jake's head. Yes jake did not want to disappoint him or i know i know father figure. I was watching this. I was like. Yeah i worked at a place where the boss would do this to these. These young people these young employees and interns and it was always like listen if you want a job with that would benefits and bonuses you free to go and work at the statesman cutting edge of geopolitical analysis. This is what you want to be. And i was like you manipulate. And he didn't want to turn down a living wage and benefit. Yeah exactly us just to please you and think they're getting something that's nebulous. That's what happens when you catch. Somebody could say what he picked his guy. I'm still that's one of the small things in a move whereas like you know what. I don't think jake was ever needed here. That's the that's the biggest flaw was like man. You should have done this without jake at all is wrong to try to bring about on your team but it should just blew up on you. But he got hit so bad. Jay got it from the house before he loved his wife. Fuck this up. That baby looked at him. And then you know with him you got the guy that he's trying to please the most who put a gun to his head earlier and told him to get the fuck out of my car and pretty much said. A failure know and love narcotics. In fact a good narcotics agent should have narcotics in his blood smoke that you are alabama not jesus. Now this is my job is your job. I can't either smoking Santa test take a hit man. Listen how became a cop. Stop people not a review board and cocaine. Now he's see. This is why. I don't feel bad for jake. I this is why bill bap jake. Because he's he's he's didn't alonzo sold manip- first of all he. He intimidate some immediately by tunnels shut up using his authority. He makes fun of him. He he mocks him. You know he. He pretty much insults him. This right this way soon. Put your news going. Think it'll be good. I think this is the point. Jake should've just walked away like this. This guy is crazy. I don't wanna be at this point. You could go to your wife go away. He oh he put a gun to my head but no the again. This is how manipulative he is because yeah he put a gun to your head but he explained why it wasn't a threat. It was a test. You fucking failed right thousand deal. You'd be dead by fucking tertia down street in a cheap brings your wife. A crisply folded flag. The fuck is wrong with you. Every everything is everything is meant to be a test to make it feel like if you don't do this i know you failed. I know this guy is good. He is the poor. The moment that jake said do whatever you want to know. Somebody said ryan coupes kuntsler. Did you know if i can see the scene. How is this test if you turn down narcotics street. This is what happens to you and he is right about that. He put a gun. Who was saying. This is what you do if you turn it down. I thought he was smarter than this. I thought you knew better. You material i get. You ain't you ain't detectives narcotics material at the fuck out my car another seller. You're my trainer. So that's why i said no. You know the same thing but if you're in that situation you're going to be like well shit. This is what happens on the streets. And i just failed his guy who i've been trying to please already insulted me. I'm already feeling like a piece of shit already behind. Yeah that's up an impressive. Yeah yeah he and that makes sense. He's not live that's true he's not lie so that's another reason why he didn't walk away because he's like fuck this mad a fail this test to. Jesus i'm i'm a loser again looking at this and seeing you see the base of have right now. They're happening right now with this in how people are seeing all these things here and everybody has a different opinions on it but nevertheless all of it means something sure it was a similar to. What happens in the The devil's advocate where he's Where al pacino. The devil says chianti manulife sick. Maybe ought to just drop out his case now. Nah i don't lose Plus what does she gets better than presenter for it and three days later i have some funding from those scenes. Read them oh here it. Is we watching the subtitles on. Because she likes to watch subtitles on movies in the way they subtitled this one. My favorite launch the movies when he calls him poobah. And here's the line right here. Now the way netflix netflix winning and translated this talking shit right which he probably did. Show them i. We just going to sit in the middle of traffic again as a power move. Just total power. Show you how powerful i am. Because once he has them smoke this shit you know. He just sits in. The middle of the road endures. Antibodies to say anything about it. Let's see like we is gonna go. Tell him to shut the fuck up smoking me. Let me smoke it. Also i think he's doing indian chant when our indian some when he started laughing. He's liza a if you listen to ella love man up now man up nigga fuck up and just wait okay. Sorry of the. That's man fuck up to say just enjoying your brain is. He's like he's in my trap now but man happy does that. That's one of my favorite line in a movie. But it's not. I have a new favorite is one of my favorite lines. Everybody loves this scene right here. When is high we were smoking. We hear that out your service jagged. Yeah i know you got secrets. Everybody got secrets. Didn't get wet but negative china. Does these cream beato which was more than you didn't taste never done now. I haven't but you shit shit. And i'm gonna get pissed tested and i'm going to get five ten. It's got back before we pissed hint. Shit why did you do this to me. you an adult mate. Tell you this more. Oh yeah people a seeing love this thing right there. But this is my. This is my favorite my favorite things. They don't crack is hornets crackheads. They would like zombie sex man. They were dave in broad daylight trying to rape people man where everybody can see and but this who and ready to fuck anything. This is my. This is my favorite line from the movie right here. Take off day. Delivered asa viagra's or something new dash s. Come at the trash can double talk you to. And after all that beating in like they put them on handcuffs and everything. They're still talking. Fuck you mash. Yeah one of the things. I noticed in the movie always noticed this. I'm sure a lot of people notices but a little boy and he's just a little kid. I should look look picture. That located see what he looked. Because he's he's twenty something now he's pride twenty six twenty seven now to looks like national. Look it up. But ain't the best actor. But he's a little kid. He tried to act sleep. He got some serious. Rem rim sleep going on his Oh yeah keep your is he. Yeah gone he's having a wild ass dream. I didn't mess with is okay. Keep it fair. Yeah folks This movie us so much. I just brought us some examples. I bought some things that you probably already knew but subtle things that deserve to be talked about again. But i want to put in there the things that i said that like i discovered. Maybe you didn't know so. Does this love this movie. Really because a lot of people think again is because the denzel and yes. He's great in the film ethan. Hawke amazing Ethan hawke even said. I you know because denzel came. I couldn't have done what i did if it weren't but eating hawk talk just like hey look. I'm lady got his ask as long as as long as i did my job and made him look good in great but he also got nominated and it was a big. You know i mean people already knew who ethan hawke was but this was a big push his career. Yeah i remember when he was talking to you about fatherhood that he's like yeah man. Wow man i'm just. I'm blown up right now. It's like he was he was. He was still humble about it now. He was he was very nice man. He's very nice. Yeah i love this film man. But it is because of denzel and is because ethan hawke but like i said i'll say this one more time if you want go and write a tight script you really wanna learn how to put details out without having to over explain to your audience. Treat your audience respect and give them something to watch a movie over and over and over again. give them reason to do that wash. This spill is a great film to study. don't let it is easy to dismiss as popular entertainment but truly it is one of the best and titus scripts ever written in hollywood man that twelve deleted scene. Who would be responsible for taking that out. Would it be the story editor or the director. It would probably be the director in an directors watching the editor and so they're watching it together and looking at the movies for pacing. Well bravo to them. Because you know it's a it's a good enough seen. But i can totally see how that would slow everything down every tight and it seemed kinda wanders to get to him given that speech in the. Yeah that's probably tough but look at and go like yeah. We gotta take this whole thing. It's a common thing manny do it. They do this all the time. The editor will either bring up thing to cutting the pacing off of the director and the editor will work together just in one division. Recently there was a whole chase scene. what a what. A demon rabbit that they loved and he said gotta go. This is what you know editing sports a common occurrence. I'm happy they cut it off. There's another scene you saw. Where did you see the scene. after smiley. the essays they let go and smiley comes out and has a discussion with jake. Have you seen that. I don't think so. Let me see this part and deaf and you could see how that would cut. The the scene are the. They cut the scene and how slow the movie down. There's a part where smiley comes out. And he tells them he's like hey look. Don't get me when you end up making chief because you will one day. He's like hey you're smarter than all these other guys we've dealt with so remember me and jake i remember you my head open a shower. Let me see if i can find that for you man. Let me see the lead. It seeing smiley. I'll see this training day. The lead sin smiley and should come up right here. Oh maybe not and. I should've been easy type in youtube on gonna show you real quick and imbecile going scene. Yeah i haven't seen it. But are i already feel like i'm glad they cut the yeah and it doesn't make any sense because it seems like hold on man got a good. Oh they take it out. Because i used to see everywhere man. Maybe we should put essays or something. I guess i guess they removed and unless somebody is a cloud you see it all the time. Let me see maybe some net. Maybe here it is already had. It added up already. It's that's what admitted with stub. That's what i'd seen was twelve minutes because it had on their see here deport lonzo. Once you destroyed on our supposed to burn you up on the freeway in front of your wife or your child. Thanks for being so kind and let me go based not doing this. Really cool you want. Do good when sieg rookie made it to the next level. You're still alive. Believe games do what you gotta do. You'll be cool. 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BGR236: Kombucha and Fermentation Fun with Cultured South

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43:56 min | 11 months ago

BGR236: Kombucha and Fermentation Fun with Cultured South

"This episode and every episode of the Beer Guy's radio show is brought to you by Ironmonger Bruin visit ironmongery their taproom in Marietta Georgia or online at. IRONMONGER brewing. Dot. com. Opened up a tab, grab a seat and pour a pint. It's time for the beer guy's radio show or free beer brewery dedicated to the art science and enjoyment of craft beer. The be a we got now here are your host Tim Dennis and Brian Hewitt welcome to the beer guy's radio show broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios in Marietta. Georgia. In this week we're talking Kombucha and food fermentation with cultured South I'm Tim Denison with me is always my good friend and Co host Brian Hewitt Hey tim. So joining us today we have Melanie Wade styles, the owner and operator of cultured South and also Sarah Adams Aka pedals the fermentation manager we're going to make the detour like you said into fermented things other than beer. Kombucha, Kefir vegetables, Riley pedals that joining us. Yeah. Happy to. Be here you know we're not even sure some our listeners new things other than beer were ferment or cared, but they're gonNA, know tell them all listen. That is not the same kind of fermentation either the end results may not get you intoxicated. Right the essence of the process is the same you've got Yeah. You know you're bugs and out there eating eating up sugars and and ferment and bringing you the funk in there. So it's good stuff and and like we said, Melanie had mentioned to you this was our quarantine hobby I got into it and I started doing you know simple stuff like Started with Sauerkraut we've done Kombucha in the past had some Kombucha. I couldn't drink it fast enough to make it on my own. So that's why I quit that, but it's been fun I thought this would be a fun little little side field trip for us here we're checking stuff out. So thank you so much for coming up here in joining us. We love having people in the studio especially in these times we're being safe everything has been sanitized here. We've got all the hand sanitizer in that but were I like this is. Tim that. Even really go anywhere. These workout and we've got a bunch of delicious Kombucha's and some fermented foods over there and we're just GONNA we're GonNa have a good time. We're GONNA rock and roll today yes. Yes I agree I agree what did you get up to today? Are This today today is amen I'm doing a show today actually okay. How's it going? It's so well so far I'm not sure man it's a little awkward so far. So let's go but you know Brian another easy week we we actually spend a little time hanging out in the studio this weekend I was. Medically, incapacitated is going to be the nice way to put it on weekends. So I could just I just had to hang out and take it easy. But we came in here we played some cards and we did a vertical of some Belgian beers and that's something we love Belgian beers but with all these great American beer and stuff out, we don't visit. As much as as we used to but Brian you picked up a couple of they were Chamois verticals right this you may blue, which is their quad and the red, which is their triple and has called a double actually that's the delta of okay and it's the was it. The grand reserve is the blue and premiere is red premiers the red. Yes. So the Yes. The Blue I I don't I don't recall I do know that that the rouge or the red is the premier right I believe. So the red, we drank a two thousand eleven through two thousand, thirteen, the blue two, thousand and thirteen through two thousand fifteen hashtag drink your seller Brian. What were your favorite ones that's sourdough on the I'm GonNa Start with the blue 'cause you know quads or more my jam in sure about that but the I think the fifteen surprisingly enough I think the youngest one I felt it was richer. The older ones seem to dry out a little bit more maybe they'd went further. Think the fifteen was Richard deeper those dark fruits Sugar, the sweetness you get from the Belgian sugars they use and just that and on the the rouge I think. Man I don't remember the twelve I. Think the Middle One on I think you said that twelve, the middle, the two thousand eleven to two thousand and thirteen and I pretty much agreed with you. Right I thought it was interesting that in a I think in the the caused, the the older ones were actually less effervescent to what you would do. Carbonate more with time. It didn't seem to be the case something going on there. I don't really sure what to what happened with that but yeah I think twelve or thirteen for the the double and fifteen for the the quad. The strong dark was were my picks as well. Tasty stuff, right? Yeah. pedals anything interesting for you this week Oh goodness. Yeah. Lots of interesting stuff actually. So I've just been scaling up on production about to go on a vacation. So we also got a few new employees in. That all have a different range of interests. So it's fun to stick them in different spots of our production and our business because we do have quite a few different areas right now we don't only have our combat Yubari, but we have a separate kitchen that we produce all of our other ferments, and health elixirs in. So I've been trying to scale up, get some ferment started finished jarred Holon in new employees that are stoked about that other employees that are stoked about things like our elderberry elixir and fire cider. And Yeah just doing some new seasonal flavors with the CIA and Water Keefer. So it's kind of always exciting. That's the thing about wild fermentation is it's not just like a set start here into their schedule. It's always changing and that's what keeps us. So attracted to it is we never get tired of it. It's never something that you get bored doing. You've got to have have such a huge variety of stuff to melanie. Got A C- A collared Kimchi out there. I believe you're crowd cheesy which I think that's. Expected story combination of a Sauerkraut and Kimchi thing happen. Yeah. Yeah. It's a hybrid between Sauerkraut and Kimchi and then the collared Kimchi is kind of our southern take on. Kimchi. So those are two of our like examples of fermented veggies right now. But we also have like fermented garlic in honey and we have some spiro is dicon radish that we fermented. So always kind of coming up with some new stuff but the funny thing is we've got these nifty little labels. So we just kinda take what the farmers. Right yeah, and fermented, and then just right on the label for fermentation CSA for our home delivery program and for our taproom and farmer's that's pretty awesome. You mentioned the garlic honey I've done that at home you know put the clothes in there and I took I've been doing hot sauces. We sampled some before the show but I took some my have an Arrow hot sauce and some of that liquid off the the garlic honey made a wing sauce and I took some public chicken tenders and tossed. Was Good. Such overachievers I had I had a Tallboy of Hams. I consider my Atkinson it a win for the week. Can you guys are doing all this stuff Asia sausage? Play of Hams it was a good week. Hey, mustard on the sausage too. Yeah. Good stuff. I think we need to get into the beers of the week. Crack open a cold wine. It's the truck untapped here at the week. Craft Beer and food trucks in downtown Woodstock. Truck. Anti. Dot Com Paul Ryan has always we've got just a fantastic list of not just beers this week, Brian? Not just just beer, but we have one from sudden work. Bruin. We drank microphone which just fantastic a nice a funky golden sour beer and that one comes to US courtesy of the rare beer club Brian. is going to be new sponsor the show we'll have some more info and some affiliate coats for that. So stay tuned for that information. We also Brian, you got a boulevard Sierra Nevada Terra INCOGNITA number three that's from two thousand fourteen more Hashtag drink your beers. We have a Atlanta brewing company actually redbrick back when they were redbrick conjuring cultures volume one, which is you think is a two, thousand seventeen or twenty eighteen s yeah and cultured. South Brian we've. Got We've got some good stuff from them were currently drinking the Kombucha, which is a hopped Georgia citrus Kombucha with a little CD gone on Brian and we've got a lot more I see several tallboy cans over there that we'll talk about and get into later in the show. So it's GonNa be some good drink and for us we're going to be so probiotic by we're going to be great man digest and everything Brian Ackley what's happening in the news? What's in the news? The beer guys have the scoop. Time for headlines well, inconveniently timely news. There's a turf war in Australia over a brewers use of the word probiotic. So in advertising for pirate life's Kiwi and Cherry Sour Ale. They said this about the beer and this is a quote acquires its tartness from the probiotic lactobacillus. So it's good for the guts well, sort of. The probiotic supplement industry was not happy with that and lodged a complaint. The Regulatory Agency involved dismissed the complaint saying that the ad was clearly tongue in cheek but the probiotic industry is not pleased with the decision complaining about how the term is being overused and basically starting to lose its meaning but they are fully on board with a beer developed by the University of Singapore that contains a billion lactobacillus parcel I can't say. Six per serving. It's of variety of that in. It's apparently a legitimate probiotic beer. Does that tell you anything pedals what he's talking about over there it does and it makes me wonder I understand that the probiotic industry or whatever that cooperative is doing the right thing. I truly believe because there are a lot of cultures that are being isolated and then thrown in another product and being labeled. As, probiotic when really, it's not going to be like an heirloom culture that has a diversity of products that's really going to be good for your gut. Okay. Interesting. Soft could dill. 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So on the break Brian we snacked, we didn't act on some fermented foods we had a Melania had. Crowd she correct crowd cheese a hybrid between Sauerkraut Kimchi good stuff. We had your Collard Green Kimchi and we had some Vegan cashew cheese, right? Yeah. Pure abundance speaking cashier cheese all the good stuff happening cultured south. So I think we kind of cover their cultured south is actually you got three companies under cultured south. Selah. kind of lay it all out. It all started with gold. Mike Grandmother's recipe Kabukicho started making boo about six years ago, and then discovered that I loved all fermented foods and the company was really going to be bigger than just Kombucha and the whole you know bringing in fermented foods into the Kombucha and having like a tap room that serves both and kind of food and beverage was kind of the whole concept there. So started doing. fermented foods somewhere along the way I fell into pure abundance begins cheese. I actually purchased that brand about three or four years ago and started making it with Kombucha in it. So it all kind of started to have this like nice little circle of symbiotic qualities and started just making the fermented foods, the cultured cashew cheese, and golden show all simultaneously in one big building. This. Sounds like something you just did. It sounds like a racket. You make all this stuff that you like you know what I got style. To believe me it's a right. Yeah. Exactly. Like some guy starting a beer radio show us right. Here obviously, an insane. That's the truth. The truth. Absolutely. So Kombucha pedals. What is Kombucha in its simplest form the firm into T, but it dates back over two thousand years So the way that can boot you came to be there's some texts that say that it came from Korean physician that went over to Japan took cure. A Japanese emperor's stomach ailments and he brought this mysterious t that was known to help with stomach ailments and sure enough it did. So they started spreading at all throughout the silk trade was passed around on the trade routes and it was nicknamed Kombucha. So chom means T and Chinese. So is DR Congo's T- So that's how the culture was passed around. So culture is fermented unlike alcohol ferments said, it has used and bacteria aspect to it that work symbiotically together. So the yeast ferments produce ethanol, but the bacteria aspect of it is going to produce all of your aesthetic acids and just replicate themselves to be those probiotics. People don't realize what that link is that probiotics are. Just. Bacteria different strains of bacteria and yeast also have a bad rap in some of the health industry But there's also tons of beneficial yeasts that our body needs and those are also present in fermented goods like commute. I. Mean Some people may know this but there's bacterias in yeast just all around on our skin on our plants like when you will dive into this a little deeper. But when you firm it foods a lot of what you need to make that happen just living on your fruits or vegetables right? Absolutely. Have to give it the environment to where it does what it needs to end probably your hands as well because yeah. Just having direct console your hands. And some saltwater I read something speaking of the backbone of Kombucha that. In Japan Kombucha's at different thing is that like a? Seaweed, tea or something like isn't there some some interesting different thing like if you go to Japan and ask for Kombucha, you're going to get something different that if you get it here in the US is I, right? It is not going to be different. So so there's a lot of different names around Kabukicho. So computers also thought to be called mushroom tea. But it's actually not a mushroom at all and I understand why people say this because the scooby that floats on top looks pretty like fungal and looks mushroom. But it's actually not. So if you really wanted to break it down and get to the Nitty Gritty Yeast is a fungus technically, that's really the only thing that would correlate the scope being fungal or a mushroom So there is some seaweed that's called. Combo. So there's a stephen called Combo and then on there's a Lotta other words that of like sound similar. That people get confused with Kombucha but Kombucha itself is GonNa. Be that same culture that dates back and just has varying strains depending on what environment micro-climate country it's been passed around to there's also a squash called Khumbu. So we also can feel come into the topper and say Hey I'm here to like by squash them like what what are you doing? Here. I. Don't know maybe you got one ferment and can you? Top Times. What went on top. If it magically becomes a variety of combat and move. Over. Speaking of the of the cultures and you mentioned the scooby pedals, which is a I think I'm right here symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Good now Melania I was gonNA. Ask you is this culture like your original one? Are you keeping it going here? It sure is okay. This is my grandmother's original Khumbu culture. So it all started with Golda. Kabukicho. My grandma just recently passed away this summer she was ninety nine years old and she started making Kombucha in her house and the Appalachian Mountains in southwest Virginia over forty. Years ago, and so when I was a kid, I would go to her house and I would see a punishable or mason jar. You know put up on top of a frigerator or a cabinet with this. Weird. You know mushroom like gelatinous substance in it and I just always thought it was grandma's weird mushroomed. He has no idea what it was but I was in college. And I kind of like piqued my interest and I kinda wanted to research it a little bit more. So I came back to Georgia with all these books on Kombucha and how to make it and with her culture and started brewing in my house and my kitchen just kind of playing around with the recipe's just kind of seeing what I could do with it and you. Know definitely messed up a few batches had run up to Virginia and get the culture again. But sure but this is all her culture. So even keeping it alive for for years and years of something how do you preserve it long term? Do you have to basically keep it for and constantly indefinitely or can you throw it in the freezer and let it hang out forbidden? It'll way. In the refrigerator you do have to continuously kind of feed it. It'll stay on some like sweetened tea for several months. But at some point, you have to add sweetened tea back into it. The computer culture thrives on sugar and the Tannin's and the tea. So you'll need to add some tea back into it. If you WANNA keep it for a long time. Now, have you done any studies like officially to check and see hey, I know this is a proprietary ancestoral kind of S-, Koby situation what Bacterias in specific yeasts. are in it. I know some people have done that have you ever done that? Yeah. So I used to be the secretary to the board of Khumbu brewers international for four years and when we are with that organization, we actually sent our scooby off to a lab and got a full rundown of exactly what was in our culture. I can't remember off the top of our head, but it's a lot of good stuff. It's basically the same kind of stuff that you would find in other probiotic foods, cultures of yeast and bacteria. you know loss of lactobacillus which you know is great but I feel a ton of other cultures that I'm not even GonNa, try to pronounce because they're just really long words that I don't even know I mean there's like over sixty different strains in any particular culture. So it's an and they're constantly changing too. So it's a beautiful never ending journey for the culture. So does that mean that you could influence if you if you want to create a Belgian Kombucha you start throwing Belgian yeast into a little at a time. Could you influence the scope and eventually having a very kind of Belgian heavy kind of Kombucha is that possible or is there is be kind of like, Hey, this is what I am. I'm not going to be bothered by that. If you wanted to have a Belgian SCO v I would just take your scooby to Belgium and had have lived there for quite a few months in all of the yeast that exists naturally in the terroirs there would make what you would wanna call a Belgian scooby. Okay. Take visit to dry font. Rob Sco via the corner there and come back us come Bucci drop one, hide it somewhere and then go back a year later and pick it up. All right. Have Your Race Gobi I`Ma go book my plane Tickets Yeah Absolutely now I. Think we're about out of time here. So something we're GonNa get into in the next segment is the alcohol content of these and the pro biotic benefits a little bit more. So you're listening to the beer guy's radio show. We do need to take a break, but we'll be back right after this. You know we love good beer. Athletic Brewing makes non alcoholic beer that stand shoulder to shoulder with their boozy brethren with a fraction of the calories and certified organic. It's a great beer to enjoy anytime. 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Now back to the beer guy's radio show. Welcome back there guys Radio Show I. Want to give a quick shot to one of our great radio affiliates. W. Q, e. e ninety, nine rock the key ninety nine one FM in Newnan Georgia catch beer guys, radio and W E E every Sunday at ten am local time. Now let's get back to our conversation with cultured South pedals. We we said we're GONNA talk. ABC and probiotic, but we had another Gobi question. So if you don't have a scooby and we'll post some pictures, we'll put some pictures on instagram and on the website for those who haven't seen a scope before how do you grow one like if you don't have one to start with how do you grow a scope? So that's actually a wonderful question that lots of people are interested in and it took me a little bit of digging and researching to really figure out how the first scooby came into existence because you hear about them being. Passed along from person to person, but you never hear about where it actually originated. So I found out. It's really beautiful. The way that it works is just like many other cultures that have independently formed throughout time it happens by the joining of those yeast and bacteria. But how do those actually meet in the first place because it would be a really common occurrence if anything that normally touched surfaces would form that culture they'd be all over the place, but it really has to happen just based on the right timing of them combining with A. Food source to really create that scooby. So assuming a the story is right that it was two thousand years ago there was some sort of non pollinating insect. They believe that was flying around because those types of insects would be landing on all sorts of strange material like people and feces and animals, and rotting fruit and at one point landed on a carbohydrates source either a rotten piece of fruit or since it originated in China, they're assuming it could also be some sort of rice porridge on that contained sweetness and carbohydrates and it. A strange sourness dot was an accident, a happy accident many of our other food history stories and just through that they started inoculating that sour porridge or sour fruit juice and two other sugar sources, and then when people started realizing, wow, this is actually creating wonderful digestion. This is breaking down nutrients. They saw the effect that it had. Then that's when they started sharing with friends and family and community and somehow DR Congo got, ahold of it. And started using it in his medicine. So it's a matter of you really do need to get it from somebody because it would be very hard to construct on your own exactly. Yeah. You could not do it on your own. There've been many people that have tried to combine those specific strains of Houston bacteria that have been isolated in laboratories, and even when you put them altogether, it actually will not form scooby. So says really beautiful occurrence of. Win The Houston bacteria come together at different times. They don't just jump in at one time and start forming a colony. They actually have to have this like dating acquaintance Ritz secure I will help you in this way. Okay. Cool. I'm GONNA pull at this other strain that's going to help me in this way, and they kind of pick up along the way to form a stronger more resilient culture that has been passed on and so it's Kinda. Like it probably started with a much smaller selection of Houston bacteria and has grown to select It's friends and kick out its competitors and I'm sure it had some trial and error to form the the Skopje that we're now passing around today. So yes, you couldn't create your own. You do need a community of Houston bacteria and a community of people in order to get your Skopje. It's not something about that. How odd these things happen right? You can also pour out some live Kabukicho like ours. Some Real Kabukicho that's sold in stores or whatnot, and let it ferment with a cloth over it on your countertop, and it will start to form a scooby and that's also a good determination of what's a real. And what's eighth culture and I think one time when I did Kombucha, I had a friend that had a batch gone and I think he did what you said he took He made a batch of sweet tea and poured somebody of his existing Kombucha in there and it it started off. Just a small colony and he built it up to was maybe the size of a standard Mason Jar. He's like here. This will get you started that will grow more you know as it goes on. So that was pretty cool and that kind of ties in to what we're talking about. We were GONNA mentioned earlier Melanie, we were talking about the the live cultures in that and I had heard at one time that they were a lot of commercial Kombucha they're pasteurized. So you're getting come Buju but a lot of people here Kombucha and they think product healthy beneficial but you're getting some the pasteurize are not getting anything Septa a little tart sweet tea, right? Yeah. So. That are on the market today have been pasteurized and synthesized probiotics added back into it. So one of the largest commuter brands today is known to a lot of people I'm not gonNA mention their name, but they are owned by. Pepsi. As you could imagine corporate entities trying to make a lot of money trying to do things quick and easy and not really building an authentic brand or an authentic Kabukicho So they are pasteurizing it because you know it's made out in California or whatnot, and it has to be shipped all the way to the east coast, and that takes time and and refrigeration, which is very expensive So you know they do it as a shortcut to to to make their profit and make their bottom line thicker, but it's not an authentic Kabukicho and KPI that Commuters International Association is actually putting out documentation that says, look, this is what is This is not a computer is and this is what you need to be to have a computer product and being the parameters of this definition of Kabukicho. So that's a really great thing that they're doing and it's really going to set aside the people that are authentic leave craft making this product versus just adding some. Some acetic acid vinegar and some you know probiotics into it. Sure. That's an I know. There's even like in the beer world I'm sure you know there's Berliner Weiss and goes has that tartness to it and there's some that do those and I think sometimes now they're calling them just sour beers or US necessarily berliner. Weiss. But some of them just sours not even kept well, that's what I was GONNA say they don't even say cuddle sour of. Some of them just add lactic acid that's it. So you're not even really a kettle sour there. So you know get it that way. So there's nothing you know nothin happened in there and also the alcohol content that we mentioned I. Think you had said earlier these don't there's fermentation going on. So is there any alcohol in here with L. Fermentation? There's GonNa, be a trace amount of alcohol in Kabukicho. So there is a little bit of. It does register under half a percent which makes us a non alcoholic beverage, Gotcha and you know one thing I like about these. The one, the one I made at home and I was a Newbie. It was pretty pretty sour I. Mean You know almost virgin? Like if you put a shot of apple cider vinegar in a in a sweet tea and I'm and I, you know I still liked it but I had to drink real small quantities. There was this is a lot more drinkable your yours is a lot more drinkable. There's a nice tartness there, but it's a lot lighter lot less intense than the what mine wasn't in the flavors you've got we just drank a lavender lemonade live probiotic raw brian right here we owe cage to occas- Nita. You know because I tried that my hand at the Khumbu back when you work. The scope and I'm like why not give it a shot I had heard that that you had to be careful how much you drank of it I also didn't like refrigerator stop it. So it got pretty sour got very effervescent I kinda liked it but I mean how much Kombucha's really safe to consume at any given time or given day it really depends on your body. So if you're just starting off with Kombucha, you probably just want to taper it in maybe like six eight ounces a day and then work your way up it is detoxifying. So you might have some after effects like skin rash or some issues there just the talks in kind of working out of your body but. Once you kind of get your gut acclimated to the probiotics and the live cultures that are in the commute show you can boost it up to sixteen ounces three two ounces a day. It really can't do you any harm. You just WanNa make sure you drink lots of water to flush out the toxins and keep yourself hydrated because you're throwing live cultures into your system. So you know get kicking around just give things acclimated gotta get things I have to ask you. We've been talking about he. Can you make Combo with coffee? You can't we may Kumba Chad coffee before Fuchsia. Fuchsia. On. It was a love hate relationship with taproom customers really ok some people loved it. Some people rolling. I don't know about this. Depends on how dry you get it like if there's some residual sweetness with a little bit of. Try It. I know you would know quite solid Brian. So you probably, GonNa try and make some aren't you I'm thinking about it. Now I know I could just pour some there's Grow up and then start throwing cold brew coffee on it. Yeah. Sugar make lots a start a new trend Brian. Coffeehouse. With all Kombucha coffees and Vegan you know Vegan milk in it. Yes. Absolutely. You're listening to the beer guy's radio show. We do need to take another break, but we'll be back very soon with more from cultured, south? 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Follow the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram void that escalated quickly I mean that really got out of hand fast now back to the beer guy's radio show. Welcome back the guy's radio show. If you joe the show, please consider supporting us on Patriot. Patriotic Dot, com slash beer guys patrons get cool perks like beer guy swag and commercial free episodes. Now, let's get back to Culture South Cultured Salvador. Drinking some tasty Kombucha's where I'm currently drinking a strawberry mint Bryant and it's quite it's very light and refreshing in also one that say blackberry something. Pervasive, doubling up double fisting. Awesome. At this point in the show also Melanie, we wanted to share some Info with folks. About some cool stuff you've got coming up and I believe your anniversary is coming up soon. August twenty, second and twenty third. It's our six year anniversary of Golda Kombucha. So we're going to be celebrating with a live mural painting experience that's going to be on our patio on the beltline Weston trail. So bring your paintbrushes You can help us make this beautiful mural that we're gonNA paint on our the backside of our brewery and taproom. And we also have some some new Keg Kombucha the you can taste in the tap room and we're to be premiering the newest thing that we've been working on the culture camper, which is a mobile commuter bar outfitted in an old school canned ham camper. Awesome. That sounds pretty cool. canned Ham Camp I. Know what you know what I'd never heard of. Exactly what you're talking about mental size or whatever. And for those not in Atlanta, the beltline is kind of Newish. What's it a few years old maybe that they've really been developing it but a trail system circle the. Railroad tracks and they developed it into pedestrian rock as and we can ride your bike, walk your dog run. You know do all the fun things and it comes right to our backside of our patio and we're in the Leeann White district at ten thirty eight. White Street, which is the historic west end. If you listen to last weekend show, we mentioned that we went down to Leeann white we went to the berries is there's three breweries, three breweries story restaurant beer bottle shop. So if you need alcohol or Kombucha Non Alcoholic Kombucha if you need a fermentation affirmative product, that's a place to be. Malt Disney for nothing. You know what I said that online and somebody apparently Sierra Nevada. In Asheville, has been he uses that term as well. I'm like, no Leeann white well, they can come open up next to us. Sure. Absolutely good stuff. Well, we wanted to talk a little more to about ferment foods. We made a promise. We're going to tell folks if you want to dip into this at home and follow different fermentation forums online, I, see a lot of people start out with a beverages Kombucha I. Think it's called a Pasha the right the pineapple patch. And here's something I'll tell and y'all. I'm going to say this here on the show so y'all listen. Read up and make sure you know what you're doing before you do this call because so many newbies do really dangerous stuff when they do their beverages in their ferment, they're doing carbonation and like top water bottles that those decorative things. Are Hanging together a little bit of pressure and and. Are Common and you'll see people take these flip top bottles and do one handed flip I have seen one of those flip tops embedded in a ceiling because of the pressure that those come off with it, we'll break away from the bottle. So y'all just study up, it's easy to do but do it right do it right? So I do have a little tip and trick on site tell. Everybody who's starting to do from beverages and they're going to try to do the carbonation step of it I. Tell people from the Gecko to get acquainted with the -firmative beverage. Just don't even try carbon eating it. I just put it in the fridge. Enjoy it still for a while until you really understand the rhythm of the ferment, and then once you have that down, pat a month or. Two later. Then start to try the carbonation if you really want to but you're gonNA probably end up with an exploding bottle at some point. So what you WANNA do is keep it in a closed container or somewhere where the glasses isn't going to spray and hit everybody or you're not gonNA end up with a red stain on ceiling so you can either put it in like a tub. Put in your bathroom and your tub or put it in a cardboard box with a towel over the top anything like that, and then you can just go and check them in that in that location because it's just not worth risking glass everywhere. I actually woke up in the middle of the night back in my learning days thinking that someone is shooting up my bedroom 'cause it was just. Find. Aka The fermentation. Can happen even if you do you follow all the best practices because we you know homebrew and beer in when we bottle conditioned before we got kagan system I had I have a cabinet like an armoire in my dining room that I was putting bottles in and I was just sitting watching TV and heard a pop in a in the world is at and I go in there and like mentioned there was. A chunk of glass that the armour had shelves in it, and there was a piece of bottle glass stuck in the in the top of that. You know would that. So it's not it's not joking there's a lot to bust a bottle open. There's a lot of pressure happened. Oh Indy. Yeah. Proceed with caution, right exactly. So if somebody wanted to get started like the easiest thing like just get started with fermenting of food. Item like very easy. No risk. What worship go they start with so I would say start with Sauerkraut it's super simple literally two ingredients cabbage and salt needed jar you you need something to put over the top There's lots of different options that you can use for that I. I really like to tell people if you think you're GonNa make a hobby of this go ahead and get one of those glass. Waits to put in it dot keeps everything. So really the whole idea behind this the mantra behind fermenting vegetables it's all fine under the Brian. So as long as it's under that liquid, you're not gonNA have to be worried about competing mold forming on top but it is tricky because cab things like to flip the cab just GonNa float to the top. So you have two options you can either keep the cabbage. Submerged under the liquid with a wait you don't have to have one of those glass wait you can buy them on. Amazon or anything like that little glass disks you can also go old school get a smaller mason jar that fits within the wide mouth. Mason jars to like this half pint fit really nicely inside you can just way down the cabbage with that put some water in it and then just. Put a cloth over the top I'm it's also really nice if you just get a a late a leaf of the cabbage and don't chop it up. So make sure you save and then put that over the chop cabbage on the top of the Brian, then put the jar on top so that there's not little pieces of cabinet are popping up to the left and the right of the jar. So you either want to. Keep it submerged with a weight or you can just go really old school and put a lid on top of that jar like we're talking about explosive things happen under fermentation So you WanNa make sure that your burping that daily and but also shaking that daily because as long as that liquid is is covering the cabbage if you're shaking it twice a day especially at the beginning of the fermentation then that's GonNa prevent any mold spores from really having a chance to sit in and start forming. So shaking it twice a day covering that cabbage backup and then burping the lid twice a day until it's really fermenting, and then you could shake it just once a day or so until you're done and you'll you'll notice to you'll you'll get carbonation. There I mean, you'll see you'll have a jar of crowd tap that jar and it'll. Like like a soda. Doubles. It bubbled up I saw someone online that recently they they carbonated their pickles like they did their pickles and put them in in like a secondary where they sell them up tight and just let it there to get fizzy pickles Internet. Yeah. The like I've even seen pedals where I talking about keeping it under the brine where people will take a baggy and put some Brian in that bagging and seth that in there. So kind of the liquid and the plastic. Crates barrier because food fermentation, it's with lactobacillus bacteria is anaerobic. So wants to know oxygen it happens there. But like we talked about with the mold when that stuff comes up there and you've got some air in play, then the mold can get on there. Correct. Am I correct there? Oh, absolutely absolutely, and it's going to on gas at co two. I personally am not a big fan of I am not to discredit anyone who uses the plastic bag method. But by means the fermentation, you're consuming molecules and breaking them down. So as for a holistic perspective, if you're going from like a health perspective than I personally don't like to use even through grade plastic and yeah we we like to use stainless steel and glass Golda. I was going to brag about my cool stuff but his plastic I bought these. I think they're called Kimchi firms but it's like a rectangular thing and then there's a a little rubber seal that actually pushes down in there. You know that kind of a weighted. Yes. So it's like shape to where the the seal actually pushes down in the center of, and it's got a little hall with a stopper that you can kind of Burp, it out of that's cool. Guy I'm sorry pedal. I got plastic over here. Now here's a question that I need to know how do I keep my pickles crisp. Okay. Great Question. So so the pickle game is a game that you're either going to. Enjoy a moderately crisp permited pickle or you're gonNA just go back to your vinegar pickles. So -firmative pickles you can keep them Chris by throwing any sort of edible leaf in there. You know grape leaves. We're talking about bay leaves earlier just just make sure that you take into effect that the flavor compounds from the leaves depending on the quantity you put an are going to affect the in product on the leaves the Tannin's are going to help of speed up that crispy process you can throw in. Black T. anything like that but they aren't going to be as crispy as your crispy est vinegar pickle not just some things that you can't compare it to you. I didn't know that sense because fermentation you're breaking things down there. So makes sense well, I think we're running short on time if people want to keep up with what's happening with Kombucha culture south and all that and where to get it worship they go. Yeah. So you can come into our state of the art taproom, the fermentation marketplace. And Kombucha. taproom cultured South at ten thirty, eight White Street over on the West End Beltline, you can follow us on Instagram at cultured South and gold I can do CIA on Instagram, and then you can also pick us up in your local whole foods and kroger stores where in every Kroger and every whole foods in the state of Georgia look further golden commute sixteen ounce cans cold. You go outside of Georgia we do. Yeah. We actually have national distribution, but we focus in on the southeast and. Georgia. So keep your eye out y'all. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your in your knowledge. We had a great time. Thanks for having us. Have you bet well, that about wraps it up for this episode of the Beer Guy's radio show join us next week as we talk with Fat Orange Cat Beer company we are Bir guys radio on facebook twitter and Instagram so make sure to follow for more info. Thanks for tuning in have a great week and don't forget to drink local. Cheers.

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Parenting, Permaculture, and Parking: Justin and Biancas Tiny House Journey  #112

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

40:49 min | 1 year ago

Parenting, Permaculture, and Parking: Justin and Biancas Tiny House Journey #112

"I remember having that conversation with him. I slipped this proposal across the table and started getting anti medical He's like I don't want to move tiny here. Want to look after the property. Miss Hewitt's book. He didn't even go to beach after all that hard work but soun- I wish first I welcome to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast the show where you learn how to plan build and live the tiny lifestyle. I'm your host Ethan Walden and this is episode one twelve with Justin and Bianca. Mets Justin and Bianca live in a tiny house along with their toddler body and the journey to getting there was anything but easy after their tiny house blow out a tire and spent the weekend on the side of the road in the Greater Toronto area. They had to spend seven thousand dollars to get it towed to their final location and finding parking wasn't all that easy but they are now living as land stored in trade for the parking spot that they found and for Justin this was ideal because he was already a wilderness canoe guide and had a great love for the natural world. Living tiny has enabled them to live more simply and live in more connection to nature. We cover a wide range of topics miss interview from permaculture to parenting to parking. So I hope you stick around. Are you fascinated by the tiny lifestyle but not sure if living in one is for you? Relax and let your tiny dreams run wild while you color. Fifteen unique tiny homes inside and out. Coloring is a perfect activity for being stuck at home. After you've watched everything on net flicks the color me. Tiny color book includes a variety of tiny houses on wheels and the beautiful nature that surrounds them. The images all come from real photos that highlight the broad range of tiny house shapes and sizes each featured home also includes an interior scene to show what it's like to live in a tiny house day after day. So if you WANNA color a tiny Bardo on the beach a cozy tiny house on wheels nestled in the snow or several homes that feature their four-legged occupants. Color me tiny is for you. Color me tiny is on sale for just nine ninety nine and ships free via Amazon prime. You can learn more at the tiny house dot net slash again. That's the tiny house dot net slash collar. All right I am here with Justin and Bianca Mets Justin and Bianca. Along with their toddler body embarked on a life changing journey moving into their two hundred forty square foot. Tiny house on six acres of land in Ontario Canada just teaches at a land-based adolescent Montessori school however it was his extensive experience as a wilderness canoe guide and love for the natural world that sparked their tiny journey. They wanted a simpler slower life connected to nature and conscious of their ECO footprint. Sustainable living is their ultimate goal and living tiny serves. This Bianca is an entrepreneur founder of the giving tree family as a simple living specialist and downsized experts. She coaches families on ways to live simple sustainable life to that lifestyles. Justin and Bianca mets. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you rapping. Thanks for having US then. We're still host psyched to be. You're yeah happy to have you on the show so I'm curious if you could say a little bit more about you know your motivations for wanting to go tiny There are of course you know a love for the Wilderness and outdoors. There are so many different ways to live when you love the outdoors. So I'm curious why. Why tiny house. What was it that Dr drew you to tiny living. That's me say anything as it was a combination now. A number of things in person foremost we wanted a stronger connection to the land. You wanted to voice simple lifestyle and more financial freedom so in a nutshell My personal journey began when I worked at a canoe. Trip guide lead canoe trips all over northern Ontario. A number of years I was gone for weeks and weeks at a at a time and I was always fascinated. Women could last weeks and weeks at a time with only what I carried on my back enact kind of spur this bull Simple and of sustainable lifestyle. And then you don't really need much to survive as long as you have freshmen special honoring and shelter life is very simple and contributing really Baden that mindset in me just simplicity of of length so that would fully embedded in me in my sankey longtime and of COURSE BIANCO. We support Took a road trips once. We went on a number of canoe trips. And she's starting to naps steam in any child that minimalist lifestyle. So that's kind of sparked town and asked me got older and we got engaged. Got Married moved into a condo very expensive on Ondo for just nine hundred square feet. Ami Her son Bony Amber really started struggling. You make ends meet release judging ourselves. Then we didn't have a property. You know we pay property taxes which was crazy and you know what it was as simple as just one day. We both kind of not snap which looked at each other the Bianca and I said I wanNA sell me known and move into a tiny house which we all know. It's super simple. Of course we were both totally on on board in the Max for a six month journey to finding a came. We're going to be go. How do we do this on such an amazing of the journey? At first we want to live in your which is what we had on. The most experience with converted are being the we looked at. Shell BUILDS THE IWA. Builds finally relented on tiny has done meals and eat by thirty and host on on wheels that we found on gene of all places which I think the equivalent of that indistinct linked bikes last with. Just the WHO breezy but it would exactly what we needed and investors history. Wow so can you talk a bit about that decision making process like you know why why not a year why not an RV Yeah maybe you could talk about that. Yeah sure honestly. All of the decisions that we made were mitigating. Our our finances So we on DR Congo and we had to sell the Condo to obtain the funds to purchase so honestly and I'm sure a lot of people who were embarking on. This is the financial strain even to purchase a tiny house. Whether that's outright we're financing We didn't have the luxury of having a big cash so we had to really follow the steps of okay. So are we going to finance this? Can we pull money from our mortgage and our equity Throughs no on that so he just said okay will what. What are the realistic most practical way we can do this? And then we took a huge risk by landing on just selling the CONDO getting out of the market which everyone bogus you are psycho for doing your crazy. Our realtor told us we recycle. Everyone said you know this huge risk but I mean look at us now bad the greatest things in life come with the greatest risk though. I think it's just a matter of looking at what your personal situation is once. We sold the CONDO WE OWES FUNDS. Were released in. We have written agreement with the gentleman who built it and that was kind of the blood oath that said that led us to to sell the house than jam. Once those funds early sweet we decided Aris sorry. We purchased the House that we had to eliminate a bunch of different smaller welling auction at because of that so if we were to purchase a manufacturer bill than we would have had to finance. We'd have to have a chunk of money that we put down just were in financial position so yet definitely finances and where participating in also the the environment that we're in pursuit with Antero something having four seasons. Rv Just wasn't in the car in traffic. I think mostly because of lack of insulation that we're finding sold we needed something a little sturdier with out of the question because if the permanent trailing have something that was that was on wheel was permanent fo- we landed on on our tiny host on meals. Which is now the exterior the interior billions lane and. He's got eleven ceiling. Romy as Paul Guy that we would also be So lots of things go into it out. A big thing was insurance if we could get displaced insured we were not going purchased end so I called fifty seventy plus insurance companies. Finally me we. We found insurance than people said. You know. This isn't really a thing. People aren't living in tiny houses. So there really is no market or my response to them with well. You just wait. So finally thought believed in us in their underwriters who Damascus and regained insurance though that was important to have a temporary structure that could be insured Students now is that insurance agency. Is that a name. You'd be willing to share because I know we have a lot of Canadian listeners. And and I'm sure that is in need beyond just just you of course so. I did respond to this gentleman An asking if it was okay if I shared that because I'm hoping to help other people in the area especially in Ontario move tiny ends on. That's one of the biggest steps to pastor so we were insured by the cooperators which is one of the biggest insurance companies out there and so this was up a subset the cooperator so they're major major buildings and businesses but some of them are owned and operated by an individual and that was if anyone is interested they they're more than welcome to drag And so there were a lot of stipulations and there was a lot of back and forth and a lot of red tape in a lot of things that we had to. We had to take the wheels to skirt different things like that. That not a lot of people would be okay with mobile but unfortunately there is a reason for rent. So that's kind of something that people are going to consider as well in one of the big hurdles that was working against us with at the tiny hairs dummy bond which diy bail was built by licensed contractor. Use Electricity. Plumbers at everything is totally jam. If it was built it wasn't built in company was manufactured by a company in a climate controlled space x sold. That was the hurdle that we kept trying to get over that which really roadblocking our success getting it insured of. It is a lot harder to get those. Diy insured. So I'm actually. I'm curious about something. You said a little bit earlier about about the financing did the owner or the the former owner of your tiny houses. Are they kind of the paper on on that loan? And and maybe you could talk about if you're willing to share you know how that is structured. Because you know as you mentioned. It's extremely difficult to finance a tiny house and my last interview. Actually so that'll be with Christie Wolf who She'll probably be the episode right before this one talked about how all the land she's ever bought she's had the owner basically hold the paper on the loan for her so she's never had to use like traditional financing. So maybe you could talk about how you you arrange that with your tiny house. Yes so the tiny house again. It was it was basically cash sale makeup very long story short so we had written on an agreement and find that online that once our house was sold in the closing date release of funds from house than we would pay a money order to the owner and so that they came in a couple of days to go through. But it was your cash so we use the profits from our our home sale in at directly towards it. So I know there. There's no loan holding or anything. We don't have anything it. Okay so see you debate your tiny house. Congratulations and then. Of course everything worked out perfectly from there no no troubles nothing right yes so we had it towed around six hundred seventy or so kilometers from Quebec ending. Total Company to tell it was difficult. It's about fourteen sheets. Hi from is based thirteen end. So it'd be a little Little bit higher than the road would allow. Search transportation allows safely so the also the the trick with diy billed as you. You should really have someone go out and inspect it and we did see a house but we are. I mean I can. I can camera a now but again inspect to any host happening. Was The we all? The floorboards were built close to the wheel. The wheel was burning on a would in lou in around the Toronto Toronto area and so it was. It was about fifty kilometers to home and the tire blew on the side of the middle of the night. Me At ended up having cheated on the escort because Bottom of bridge on stilts spit on track put on a flow Brought to parking lot than we paid seven thousand dollars to have out hall. It was awesome. Awful yeah I mean. After all six months planning Heartbreaking tiny on the sign in the mode on long weekend. Mind you traffic everywhere. Offline washing and you just were just in disbelief. We'd sold everything and took this job. Analogy sitting on the side of the road in almost state of disrepair but it was really estimating what we're capable home as a couple friends. Come help us. Everything closed on the that sound that we needed a spare tire and soul long story. Short of finally gone near almost broke. Wow those are just thank. You can't plan for those things right when you take these type of risks on virtually building things to come with it. That's that's quite the harrowing story any. Maybe I don't know if there is any way for people to avoid experiences like that but you know. Do you have any advice for people? Based on that experience you know about transporting a tiny house or or buying a used tiny house. That's that's not near them. Absolutely my my biggest get everything in writing. He supercrew about every little We Imagine I. It was hard for us because y'all commensurately coming from back silver with a little bit language barrier and friendships he in neither is their English Working against us back down. You know if you have anyone that you know the home inspector or his handy. I always always go out and inspected the Harris keep where he built in every little square inch of many things that you can get as many pictures walk around it with the owners multiple times that But it's was hard to plan for higher down. Just get those in meetings. Everything's beer new. Protect yourself make sure that your company has insurance. Make sure that you the houses insured when it lands on your property unfortunately ensure at least on the House on the road of the second road bound especially in Ontario specifically. Nothing will change. But it's not insured on the road so that's why the company having insurance is really important yet again. Make sure everything in writing. Make sure you've done your diligence and just a very clear air and John let dream of the tiny house on your ability to make those super hard choices in the end of the day. Say No to the old. You're yeah so. I'm curious transitioning to kind of the idea of you know living closer to the outdoors. Which certainly a tiny house forces you to do. Just by nature of of the small space. But I'm curious you know while you were you know during the six month period while you were you know dreaming and planning for your tiny house. Were you also planning for where you were going to park at? And what that was gonna look like yeah absolutely immune. That was the first I mean. We came up with this idea that we're going to sound like saying okay now we're GONNA put in and Just so happens November. Good friend of ours. Who has six acres of land here in Ohio and It's just absolutely beautiful in or Creek's medals on beautiful land and we approach at this friend with them. Contract pulls on a proposal on becoming the land the stewards of the land. So this land. It has through easier down a few kilometers of trails in the area so we approached it from a land steward standpoint whereas we could help me in the have spent a lot of. You're both working in Burger small and we could help with managing the property in in return for a place to park between the tiny house and I remember having that conversation with him. I slid this proposal across the table. And you start getting anti models. He's like I don't want move. Tiny hair WANNA look after the property rescue. It's the didn't even go to beach after all that hard work but town. That was the first step in that. Kinda gave us. The green light really embarked on that six months journey planning of any any host. Look so so what does that? What does that look like like? What is a land store? Do like what? Yeah that's a great question so so far. We've been managing beans. We have t behind Last year we're going over fifty pounds of onion so instead it's managing the Flower Gardens Vs We have chicken. That revolt means for for meat and for Egland production soul looking after after that maintenance that has to be done on on the proper lean that can go from cutting grass to maintaining the gravel. Driveway range long gravel driveway and just a conscience district. Daryl keeps US busy. No Plow nevil sugar maples on on site and we have a little sugar shack that we dear. Maple Syrup production in so the community very high involved in this the property so organizing people to come and do whiled banking wildflower gardens down. Removing invasive species biting wildflower today Bird boxes Yeah he's a never ending list but that's the that's the that sounds like it could be a time job in itself. It's pretty intense but it. It's a great lesson on self reliance and nudity living closer to nature and. I can't tell you how incredible it into Water Cobbler. Be there for all of that and enjoy all the purpose of work in. And that's definitely something that has been such a it's in the greatest trade off. I think we can have imagined though. Taking care of the property is is Just such a. We have a lot of gratitude for it. We're also getting into your. I'm embarking permaculture journey. Which I know you talked about a lot of your last episode. Ask something completely new Demanding workload a little bit more but we really strongly believe Burke Cultured and down sustainable sustenance meal green now that Yuccas managing as afford fees in country. So we need to keep those cops going adventuresome and we have a big greenness offer. She team and for those listening has sixty percent oliver things. We've embarked on being landstor. It's we had no idea what we're doing on started on that in the greatest adventure and so for those who are thinking okay. Well that sounds like a lot nurses euro way that I would ever be able to take on the answer's Yes you absolutely such Gerry. Nice what do you think that this is a temp potential template for other people looking for tiny house parking like kind of finding businesses or schools or or people who own land and saying like? Hey let us live here. And be a land stored in exchange for letting US live here in our tiny house organised. Yes so this is actually you. Lay that out so perfectly for me. Thank you This is kind of a model that I've been looking into in earnest and so one of the things that you can consider that model. Is that the. The amount of residents are over the age of sixty five hundred waves. The amount of people between the ages fourteen so the agent. They're sitting on beautiful property a purchase. You know in the in the fifties and sixties later and so they. They're having a hard time now. Taking care of those properties and the formula that everyone is living by is to downside into condos for those people so the quality of life in that regard sometimes is is not ideal so what we're seeing is a lot of people who want to remain on their property and want to remain remained with that all of life. They just you know as age palms. They're not able to take care of it. So what we found. There are a lot of people who who really want someone to just come in and help them and that model of living is so beautiful because that that to almost eliminate a lot of people in a lot of cities beneath for urban sprawl in need for the building and building up install wiring not utilizing as than we already have is just one of the models is living in so for me specifically I am pushing municipalities in undoing. A lot of kind of underground work pushing municipalities plans to change the laws to allow secondary dwellings. I'm and whether it's tiny houses on wheels a little more difficult a lot of municipalities that are changing their by laws are only allowing a canary structures but they can be small and that opens up a completely new avenue for sustainable living in sustainable building in the circular economy and everything. That is beautiful about you. Know all of the new businesses that are helping in in combat of climate change so in terms of land steward opportunities or people who were living in tiny house almost match made in heaven because those were looking to live tiny. Really do it in really understand. Do It understand. What true minimalism is. A living closer to nature is going to be the ones Eden taking care oddities bringing properties back to you know this diversity in building the Ecology around it so it really is a match made in Heaven. Think of how many properties out there and the people who live there are are again. They're aging and they don't. WanNa read so uniform huge Opportunity Act. Do you know of any channels or like thinking like websites organizations that tried to pair like older older people or landowners with with caretakers. I am struggling to find that. It's such me and Mary kind of new concept. You know. We're we're still struggling with people just thinking about living differently anyway. That is something I'm working on. I do have friends who are who who work in that. Realm as well We a friend. Who's friend actual club and a lot of their members are members of the property who have some land? Who would be interested in this type of exchange? The approach the really needs to have Prepare that approach proposal than finding people who in Fit. Nabil tiny house living because caring people with owners can I? It's almost like you're running. Property management business so the workers there and I'm definitely interested in doing that and I've already been doing that on a on a completely small-scale but Yeah I don't know of anything specifically but I do know some movies. I'm curious you mentioned something before. Which is great advice which is always to get everything in writing and I was curious. How do you how do you structure this kind of arrangement because with all the tasks that you mentioned? I could imagine that that there could be times where you end up feeling like an indentured servant. So like do you. Do you have a certain number of hours per week that you're like you know contractually obligated to work or that up to a certain amount like how does it. How do you structure that that agreement when you're doing something for free but it's like a barter that's a great question It all starts with trust is town. You really have to have a really open honest. And sometimes it's hard to be honest on both ends on both of the Huge Apple Open honest conversations. But we meet weekly sometimes two three times weekly and talk about what's going on the property. What would it mean to them is just keeping the lines of Communication Open in on? It's like yeah. They should get a little bit too much sometimes. Weeks go by and life is good. There's not really a lot going on in November in December. When there's no snow nobis thing in everything kind of kicks off towards this time of year in the spring? In all the sold it fluctuates. You have is all about balances as well to you and being open and honest yarn. I have really good with four with scheduling ourselves. Chassar thank you. You can look at it at trust is a really great word and for US specifically we were living on this property in treating it as if it were our own so I think a land steward me. It's not a work exchange. I am I feel a sense of ownership over this sense of homeownership a over my house because I I know how my toilet were plumbing. Works in all of those things that you as a as a fellow tiny owner those listening will know that the kinds of homeowners should be Great but this land we treated as our own in. That's something that a lot of people are trying away from a not necessarily through her Epping School but certainly fear of what? They're what they're doing how they're living but in terms of land stewardship the I it It's important that you have that background with someone or you have a trial run with them or some kind of model. It's not going to be perfect in Egypt to be a really Ersan you have to vet people. It's almost like you would be doing a job interview for sure You know you need to be a judge of character certainly could be people like myself would be willing to help mitigate that but if you're if you're embarking on this journey you're you are a certain of a certain tight end so are Serie A certain mindset and so. I think that not exchanges just kind of already written in the stars but yeah again for us I mean we. The property feels like it's ours even though we we might not own it and so the is also the maximum environment. We live in an environmentally sensitive area. So hold on home ownership in land ownership are soaring land ownership in dictator. Weird Brass. We're just trying to give back as much as we can from living on the land which is trying to get back down what's best for the NBC The species that are here so just doing what's in the best interest of the land to you not necessarily resent our bench interest going their interests of landowner. Really what the property needs. Thanks I by indigenous ancestry teachings giving doctrine land more than Kuan so you've brought all that kind of into this this arrangement and I think it's. It's clear that you're really intentional. That you've been really intentional about it. How does this It seems like you you do things in a very mindful way and so I'm curious how how your your child is involved in this and how you see. They're they're kind of role in caring for the land as they grow so bumps you get to talk about happening. I mean look at I ask this like also like knowing people you know right now. We're talking you know everybody in the world is home and people who are like literally going out of their minds that they're home with their toddler seven days a week So you are living in a situation where you're voluntarily like. Yeah I'm home with my Sadler seven days a week. So how how are you? How does that work? How do you do without going crazy? And yeah well I don't not always embracing but With boaty he just over the age of two so anyone who has children knows what rate at time for development that is and he is he absolutely loves your he finds so much excitement out of the purposeful work of the property and so specifically for the way The way that we've raised different philosophies that we put into parenting jetsons a Montessori teaching we believe in the monastery curriculum vote against to Montessori Toddler Program. And so it's all about the prepared environment so for him. He has everything he could possibly need to stimulate to elect to learn and so we very patient and we just let him follow along with us so when we wake up we go out and refill bird feeders right now it's a lot of Just kind of sitting on our hands waiting for the property allowing life to come back and things to regenerate trying hard not touch a lot even though you want to get to where the bodies hitting sticks for fires that we have every day to burn the Medical Center To make that N-no he is a going around the property and searching for Searching for salamanders in watching the birds in different things. He's doing he wants to do. And so that's a huge huge huge kind of point in terms of what people can be doing at home. Now there there's this whole philosophy of you know we need to do everything. Grandchildren will prepare their meals will make bendable cleaner rooms a nurse a sense of ownership over that independent work for children to do themselves in so right now is a really great time to Deluge in terms of if you're finding yourself over wound as a parent with we all do and especially being stuck in whatever quarters you're stuck in can be so much work that you can do. Children only wants to be doing what you're doing especially that young tender age when it gets a little tougher when some fencing zone on TV or place them gangs but there is no time like the present. The world has gifted US time in the world's worst Rach present so I think that surviving at home in is is a lot about learning the way that we've done things in a long time for some people in it might be really difficult right off the get go but those gifts you can give them especially with boaty he can we can stimulate him for however long. We want to teach him something. We'll he plays himself know for hours on end and activities in that just a testament to not just for fighting west acres of land because not everyone has access to that opportunity just building that sense of independent and so anyone at home. She was listening. He was chomping at the bit to find things to do with their their children. It's it's honestly all about shoving the toys away and turning off the screen and getting stopped preparing. Stop setting things up. You don't need all of this you know. You don't need to order Kinda crafts on Amazon. All of the things all you need to do you. Just take a step back breath and just spend time as a family and do all of the proposal. Work that you don't WanNa do but the other. Yeah and that's I mean I don't I don't have children. We don't have children yet. But I think that that's an interesting observation. Just not buying all the stuff but just doing the work together because ultimately like it sounds like you both have a lot of work that you need to get done so Bodey I'm guessing has adapted and become more independent because you're not always like available to curate his experience exactly. Yeah I mean on the other end of the spectrum enough for the parents that are listening the breath you take when your children are are playing so low is so great on nine that maybe they're doing something that out of ornaments lights adventure might feel a lot better than just Plugging in front of Dream. So I think you know it feels veteran on your overwhelm If you can set it up is not way nice. Well one thing that I like to ask. All of my guests is what are two or three resources. That helped you out along on your tiny house journey that you'd like to share with our listeners. Every money thinking about planning building. You're living the tiny lifestyle needs to buy tiny house decisions or sure. Then that is such a well laid out be forced pack that we went through step by step. I'll give you all from advertising in the world with it. It definitely helped us along the way. And there's just so much information out there and all it advocates. Were just everything that you need to make. That Dream Act Happen my book. Dating Brennan I really like in. This is a classic thinking overall Planning and building a tiny respect. Walden pond by Henry. David thorough is a really great resource. Classic stormers for I think especially in terms of land stewardship that and and seeing the land through In getting into that mindset. And that's one thing that sound. I don't know retouched time but getting into that mindset set of living tiny ordinance delivered About acting thing you'll see a lot of these tiny host shows on on Netflix. Snecma thing and they're pretty exciting but to really live tiny need to have that right. Mindset IF YOU'RE GONNA make it work honestly if you have a chance to me which we all do now have some chance to be his. Walden by Henry David Thorough. There's another book. Just look it up now. It's called go for it. The Brugge. Yeah it's called out. Retro Suburbia is gold. Mitchell. Suburbian downshift through skyline to a resilient future and a book by given own. Green who's actually one of the founders co founders of the permaculture movement mbappe book has been instrumental in giving us ideas about how to live sustainably how to Metro Are Tiny to make it more. Remaking Cooler Talks about gardening literally. Everything pins down and has been an invaluable Out along the way yeah definitely. I think it doesn't touched on. Mindset your your your best friend when it comes to making this type of lifestyle change or or maybe not a change but transition and So you just need to follow your any to ask Yourself Austin the crew. What wear one of your life once you start challenging convention and taking risks than you can really find yourself on very beautiful path on. So you're you're definitely your best resource. Let's start marriage and you will. You'll find yourself really great place. Play Swallow Justin and Bianca mets. Thank you so much for for being guests on the show's really great to connect and it sounds like you're just living an awesome lifestyle. So congratulations thank you so much. Thank you so much news not to be on your show. Thank you so much to Bianca. And just in Matt's for being guests on the show today you can find the show notes including links to their website and photos of their beautiful tiny house at the tiny house dot net slash. One twelve again. That's any house dot net slash one twelve. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host Ethan. Waldman and I'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast.

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69 | Cory Doctorow on Technology, Monopoly, and the Future of the Internet

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

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69 | Cory Doctorow on Technology, Monopoly, and the Future of the Internet

"Hello everyone and welcome to the Mindscape podcast I'm your host Sean Carroll so the Internet you may have heard of it kind of a big deal good chance that you're listening to this podcast over the internet or somehow used the Internet to find out about this podcast or download it or whatever it's still a state Dr L. thanks so much podcast it's my pleasure thank you for having me you've been around conversation I think you're going to like it remember that you can visit the podcast homepage at preposterous universe DOT COM and if you're interested in listening to mindscape nonfiction writer and he thinks deeply notched about technology but about the law philosophy morality the economics of it all so we really get into question I'll do my best to answer it of course regular old episodes always available here for free whenever you want them so let's go without ads you can become a patron which is linked from the podcast page patrons also get monthly ask me anything episodes you can ask me the blog boing boing but he's also a science fiction writer his most recent book is called radical is a collection of four novellas but he's also a very prolific the way that we use it as changing rapidly. Do you see US approaching a future Internet equilibrium even if you can't say exactly what it is can you imagine various form but mostly are content to just sit pat that has been I think a net negative for the Internet and for human thriving and for things like human rights could outcome you know as as other people have observed the web has become five John Websites fill the screen shots from the other four and leveraging our interest to make money for themselves and the good parts and bad parts of that and how we can sort of fight against it corey talks about these things both in his essay is and books but also his stories which gives them a number of different angles on these important problems so it's a very fast multifaceted idea rich thinkers about this relationship between humanity and the changing role of technology is today's guest Corey DR Congo Corey is best known perhaps as the CO editor of the CBS is that Were connected to fight on at and through that to use net so not as early as like people who helped with the the Internet a long time I don't know since the very earliest days or at least since before we knew it as the Internet sure I mean I think my first point of contact that domination of the web by a small number of firms that continues to shrink and who clearly carve out competitiveness for one another and casually compete with each other news of steady states that we will eventually reach in terms of how we use the Internet how it affects their lives stuff like that I I think there's actually a risk of that I I would not call. PCP transition for arpanet but pretty early so here's a ambitious question to start is often we're clearly not in equilibrium right the Internet with with early networks across universities in the seventy s when my dad started bringing home teletype terminals from the University of Toronto and then on the relationship that people have not only with technology but with the corporations the powers that bring this technology to us and the ways that they're negative outcomes including people who understand it again the system to livestream mass shootings in Christ church and that they'll say to these firms since we can imagine bowl a single social platform with two point three million people on it who choices about Algorithms filtering and recommendation Dr all kinds of it's And and I fear that the path to that becoming permanent is that regulators will observe the dysfunction of a highly concentrated Internet for exam in any way to make you smaller and therefore to make your bad decisions less consequential we will instead insist that you take measures that would where you have smallholders who individually pitched their little corner of the web and maybe federate with one another to build bigger systems but that are ultimately the traditionally be in the domain of the state policing bad speech and bad actions and those measures will be so expensive that they will preclude any new entrance to the markets whatever anti competitive environment we have now will become permanent and I call it the constitutional monarchy right it's it's where instead of hoping that we could have technological democracy hours devolved to the periphery instead what we what we say is that the current winners of the technological lottery actually rule with the divine right of kings and how bullyish and terrible they'll be in ten years so there was a little bit of elite there that I'd like to dig into more certainly there's this move for the the they will be our rulers forever but an exchange for that they will suffer themselves to be draped in golden chains byner restock receive regulators are ultimately going to be drawn from their upper echelons because call upon the tech giant's to exercise kind of Noblesse LBJ where they will they will suffer themselves to make certain concessions to the public interest at the expense of their shareholders but an exchange they will be guaranteed regulatory environment that precludes anyone ever challenging them and I think that will be studied but not for long because I also government or the people asking places like Google and facebook to police themselves a little bit better right to police speech on their platforms etcetera twitter but Alfred he went up and he said please regulate facebook please throw me in that Briar Patch because Zuckerberg knows that any regulation that has made curb the worst parts of facebook will not include as a potential remedy getting rid of facebook right it they what facebook and Google perceived you know when you only have five companies in industry the only people who understand them well enough to regulate them are their executives and so you end up with just a revolving door so the aristocracy will will long time when the bell system's dysfunctions were very obvious right th the company had engaged so much anticompetitive behavior that was it was proposed at would say well we have been mandated to become a part of the nation's public safety and security come disaster and access to two telecommunications infrastructure in rural places and so on and and yet no one had the appetite to break up at and T. because whenever and so if if if we're making that ask you seem to be implying that that's actually secretly giving some power to them should maintain for ourselves I mean Mark Zuckerberg centered on doc you know arguably like thirty years longer than it should have to break up eighteen and unfortunately arrived at the tail end of of the antitrust movement there's come crises we are asked to be a kind of quasi governmental entity we need the monopoly profits that we get from our abusive practices I think that if we think that Google and facebook are transient today we give them a decade without even having to buy potential competitors to prevent them from going to challenge them imagine alternate bad for innovation and bad for individual liberty and liberty of groups in the ability of people to coordinate among themselves you've and and the other big tech companies including apple is an opportunity to becoming defacto state monopolies comparable to say. At during the heyday of the bell system so there was a law they're all SPINOFFS OF AT and T. run by fourteen to executives it's you know it's like the pope dividing up the new world right like it's Nice at the Portuguese and the Spaniards didn't have to article markets and if you look at Apple Google facebook Microsoft it's all they've ever done right it's all you know your who's the poster child for this right which monitors your cats health if the cat is getting some illness some sort of sickness for which urgent medical care might be needed the pretty litter will change color from expensive long distance from insisting that everyone rent their phones month-on-month until they paid for them a hundred times over from being able to decide who can plug in the system so that we can keep people from having answering machines unless they come from us and so on we need those windfall profits to pay for the state like duties and it took Capri Reagan era had a pretty widespread prohibition on merging with major competitors acquiring potential future competitors as they were getting started or cornering over at but I'm sure the people they subjugated weren't happy Ariel and Caliban who are the feline mascots at the Mindscape podcast wanted me to let you know how much they're enjoying pretty litter their new kind of cat litter basically pretty litter is really good at everything that Kitty litter is supposed to be good at it's made of these absorbent crystals that are really litter dot Com Promo Code Mindscape for twenty percent off and you think that the pleasant situation with facebook and Google and Amazon Shooting Obama and certainly trump is super charged at green-lighting absurd mergers T. mobile sprint You know that but the these the the the right and it wasn't just Reagan Reagan kicked it off but every successive administration has reaffirmed and expanded Reagan's antitrust malpractice up to an up in destroy every promising tech startup for twenty five years cashier investors out several times over and still end up with nothing to show for it that's actually like the best good at odor protection they trap and conceal the odor and the moisture. It's a very clean kind of situation that you have it's very convenient because they deliver the the parts that can be used to enhance its monopoly rent seeking activity and integrates them into its product lines and we end up with you know a series of nested walled gardens delivered to your door one little bag which is not that heavy will last for one cat for one month and perhaps best of all there's this science going on inside pretty litter like an equilibrium to be if you had to put up with equilibrium so I would like for there to be a stable set of what for one note one telco but three and they're all terrible anyone who has a cell phone knows that they're pretty terrible all run by former at and T. executives right personal freedoms those regulators have to give to the people who are under there within their re-met but steady states is that you end up with a permanent facebook that just goes out and Akwa hires every promising technology company destroys anything good about what they were making being so much of their respective market shares wouldn't have been possible in the previous antitrust sure I mean look at Google Google is a company that only ever made one and a half you know distributing malicious software denial of service attacks certain kinds of in sentiments too products right they made a really good search engine and a pretty good hotmail clone and then everything else they do as a company they bought and it's a company that they wouldn't have been permitted to buy pre case scenario because then the company bad at it right that the the worst case scenario is they do all of that but continue in a steady state right back to your question were nine hundred eighty two we finally break them up just as Reagan as dismantling antitrust so immediately what they do is re converge right you know so that we end up with with we're sitting here in California but but smaller than the nation and then we have a set of governing principles that dictate with the minimum set of and first among them is the freedom to go somewhere else right and if you could imagine that we would have a set of rules about incitements to violence and and discriminatory conduct related to protect categories of of identity including the the Hong Kong security services. I have sent you are privy to a threat of messages that expose fifty organizers that you work with they delete the messages and young as the poster child for what the terminal condition of it is or one of the terminal conditions which is that you raise a ton of capital in the markets then you can buy all really smart on gender you know kind of feminist inflected superhero comics for mainstream comics publishers and she is the target of harassment which is what we have now like last year facebook lost the largest number of American users in its history it lost thirteen million three hundred thirteen two hundred fifty million small group of really terrible men on twitter who have a method for gaming twitter's anti harassment policies and what they do is they send you so you know so do what I did make the switch to pretty litter today by visiting pretty litter dot com and using Promo Code Mindscape for twenty percent off your first order that's the federation is incredibly variable so you know I know a woman friend of mine who writes comic books and her comic books are really cool appear to be able to order a unity able to things that should be a right yeah deletions good so although I receive a DM maybe I should be able to keep a copy of it I mean yeah ideally I should be able to delete it but maybe the Chinese police wouldn't let me do that yeah that's that's fair yeah so so you know you get arrested your phone is now in the hands of of what if you've been arrested by the Chinese state and you want and the person who sent you the message wants to delete the incriminating side of it in you know race and and gender and so on and that people who agree to adhere to those federate with other people who agree to adhere to those but what they do within so you can imagine this just going on forever right you know a walled gardens within walled gardens where you escape one and only to end up in the next one over so ladyman were blocked and that would allow you to recover. DM's for the purposes of of dealing with this this kind of harassment and so on you could now have end messages in your public twitter stream that reference this threatening message but without the threatening messages a key they do not seem threatening in and of themselves and so what they can do is continue something twitter can't readily access it it's pretty much deleted I mean maybe there's a backup somewhere but you can't say to twitter go find DM that was in my in my messages really harass you but without ever giving rise to an offense that would have him kicked off twitter now imagine that twitter could not avail itself of any legal tools to prevent third party for making an interoperable twitter service right a rival to twitter like a mastered on instance that you could use to both read and write twitter and my friend and her dozen thirty four year olds left facebook last year but the majority of them ended up on Instagram is facebook right there it is were targeted by these hundred men could make a twitter like that they could use to be part of the public discourse that takes place on twitter but that would have a rule that all of these have a broad set of broad latitude within a decentralized local means of communicating with everybody else that would allow better terms we might call constitutional principles for Federation so if you think about us federalism is maybe an example and it's obviously not without its dysfunction see the Electoral College asmant right that would allow you to have a use case in which you say I want the evidentiary twitter where DM's are not deleted right I oh on that what we have our individual autonomous small regulatory units in the form of states or mid sized regulatory units and former state sometimes they get very big as you want it to disappear from your phones different threat models and different use cases and actually we're GONNA come to that in terms of in terms of what could be done so then these men what they do is they different interoperability. You know the people make your car don't carry you plug into the cigarette lighter apple really wants everyone who makes an APP to follow a set of interoperable terms so they've got they've got voluntary just revolting threatening direct messages which they delete a suzy read them because twitter one except screen shots because they're too easy to doctor and twitter to its credit when you actually delete cases every day so would allow you to deal with this one in a million years case that is inconceivable that big firms would be able to deal with even if they had the political will which they don't you know two hours ago 'cause it's gone they can't see it which is good we want that you want if you and your group of Hong Kong protesters are planning protests you don't want to and and you could still on that periphery be part of this larger conversation you wouldn't have to opt out of being in the world just to be protected from grotesque how people who were targeted for harassment to deal with this one in a million use case right can remember facebook's got two point three billion users that means they've got twenty three hundred one in a million years it's prohibition on circumvention they couldn't bring tortuous interference claim that you would have blanket immunity for all legal theories for any activity that creates interesting interoperability or enthusiastic interoperability. Your car manufacturers got indifferent interoperability those are both good and really important standards fall into that category and so on I'm talking about adversary AH twitter like service with their own rules but they couldn't sue over patent infringement the consumer for violating terms of service they couldn't sue under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in I want to be able to to retain them even if my counterparty doesn't and you you could opt into being in that twitter and twitter wouldn't have you wouldn't have to wait for twitter to adjudicate your case to decide that that's what you want so you mentioned there's like twenty different clones of twitter each with different rules and also interoperability. Yeah we'LL HAVE OUR FUTURE UTAH that made exactly the same tool that would allow you to read your facebook messages in your Lincoln messages in your twitter messages all within one interface and get you away from facebook being able to real interoperability right that's when I plug something in that you really don't want plugged in because it helps me improve my life for the life of my customers or users right and so that would right because that's how they solved a collective action problem well facebook is better than my space but my friends are on my space I can't leave my space into my friends are on facebook they won't leave my space and ability that allows users to have more control over the technologies that they use and get the impression that this is not what these companies want I mean facial used to does not belong to you that you potentially commit a felony right now that sounds like a reasonable thing on its face you know if you work at the video store on your boss gives you the right have to use the service you agree that we're allowed to come to your house and pincher grandmother and where your underwear make long distance calls right and so facebook argued that power ventures had violated its terms the hacking they arrived at a definition that was so expensive that it's effectual effectively without limits they said that any time you exceed your authorization on a system that legal theory that exotic legal theory which was very expensive and hard one for facebook chilled a generation of technologists. Right you know this is why I'm on Facebook we're all stuck here within my space they just let you have one foot on either side of the walled garden right now facebook having done that sued a competitor called power ventures be so that you would have not just interoperability through standardisation which you might call voluntary interoperability and not just interoperability through indifference which you might call in seepage authorisation but today authorization is terms of service right it's that sprawling novella of garbage release that no one's ever read and it boils down to like by being herb everything you do spy on you while you're doing it and then use that information to target ads and what was the grounds for the lawsuit it's the computer fraud and Abuse Act so the computer fraud and Abuse Act monitored everything you did on your phone in cemetry to facebook to discover that facebook users were downloading and installing snap and allow me to just forward tweets and post them on facebook but they cut off that ability I presume it's because they don't want to interrupt ability I mean facebook went further service and in so doing had violated the computer fraud and abuse act they built on a decision that blizzard had gotten the world warcraft people over on interoperable go ahead this battery monitor when was this happening it was about seven years ago okay oh novel then morphed into a surveilling VPN which is like the most ironic piece be like third party printer ink so imagine if twitter could avail itself technical countermeasures to try to block people who scrape they're waiting twitter messages and move them into it eight to check in and out videos but doesn't give you the right to go back and get the home addresses of the cute customers and go stock them at home then you know you've set off five hundred percent margin but no right they facebook stands alone no one will fund you to compete with facebook last company that really tried in earnest with snap unlinked and launched its own analytics analytics product and shutdown Haiku and sued them and the court not only found that heike was violating the computer fraud and abuse act actually ordered and facebook used a an acquisition. There's an acquisition that would have been illegal prior to Reagan a company called a novel that made a deceptive battery monitor that actually if you are building a wall around your castle that wall needs to be perfect if I want to knock it down I need to find one mistake you've made right and so that a symmetry somewhere I wonder if a lot of people on the legal side have this the example in mind of Internet explorer where it was thought to be a monopoly and there are a lot of legal all user activity among facebook's two point three billion user pool is so broad that there's just plenty of latitude to make scrapers that that look like a user makes life very very hard for defenders and you know the fact that facebook is supporting twenty three hundred one in a million cases every day means that detecting baugh product but it's a VPN that keeps what you do private from your Isp but spas and everything you do and says it to facebook so there's examples of adversarial interoperability then gathering fine detail how snap was being used in facebook use that to both by and tweak instagram to become a direct snap competitor right chur capitalist call facebook's business which grows ear by double digits in his generating billions of dollars in profits they call the kill zone right under normal market conditions linked to not take technical countermeasures to shutdown Haiku to allow high Q. to continue to scrape the service So you know that as you would expect that if you had double digit year on your growth for a multibillion dollar business that people would be very excited about figuring out how to take your one thousand percent margin and offer the same service of flux when it comes to how society deals with not just the Internet but technology more generally computers smartphones things like that and one of our sharpest we did not succeed but Microsoft insiders say that what happened through the antitrust enforcement action was that it changed the true that facebook just tried hard enough on the tech side they could prevent this kind of interoperability. Well I think I think that facebook would say they would say you don't need to take it just because the company really do like apple made software where you can read Microsoft word documents but you seem to be suggesting that there's also legal issues here that I mean is it all game server called Bayonet de now that law is being eroded or that that precedent is being eroded Lincoln just lost a court challenge again is to a competitor called High Q. That Scrapes Lincoln publicly available linked data to create analytics for employers and that was fine with Lincoln for a while into the market but historically people who said we should do things that would be illegal under antitrust law always won the argument because every time Microsoft did that the that facebook when it launched had a tool that would log into my space pretend to be you use your log in Password get your waiting my state Nice as put them in your facebook inbox and let you reply to them Colonel Calculus inside the boardrooms at Microsoft that Microsoft like every other big institution has a spectrum of attitudes ideas about products and the best way to launch the away are legal defenses we have a monopoly on the smartest technologists and so we will always win but that's not what they did right they didn't just shut down power venture nuclear by better competition or is this truly different situation so it's an interesting question about what happened with explorer explorer was at the heart of an antitrust lawsuit that ultimately there's they sued power ventures right it's not like lawyers are cheaper than programmers right I mean maybe they wanted to make an example but I I'm I think that the legal issues are the real chilling effect you know it's a truism in information security that defenders have a harder job than attackers right if passed in nineteen ninety-six after Ronald Reagan Watch the movie wargames and act on the federal prosecutors have been champing at the bit to have a more expansive definition of of cybercrime in distinguishing them from users who are just doing things that are weird is very hard right that the total scope of of what passes for Leo Maneuvers Disorder break up that monopoly but in retrospect to kind of wasn't because it was very easy to replace it with someone else to a lot of people think that facebook will just be replaced or gang gain market share and then you have the antitrust action and the antitrust action against Microsoft is really interesting because it was the first one where the depositions were video recorded and as to the public and Bill Gates when he was deposed lost it so you know he is clearly he's he's on the spectrum and his spectrum behaviors and then you know when he's talking to them he's very belligerent and very unsympathetic right and there is a story from Microsoft and been known to make its own machine screws that were proprietary for their mainframes they also did not sue Phoenix the company that reverse engineered their ROMs and return it there's a three hundred sixty five day home trial so rather than going to a show room in picking over things that just happened to be there you can design what you want online have it of years of being batted around up and down the twelve miles of dirt road by the by the DOJ finally you know they were starting to win the siders that says that after that every time anyone proposed doing something really terrible someone in the boardroom would say don't make them put bill back on the stand right ordinary things is that the people in the boardroom who had historically said let's not use bullying tactic it's against our competitors let's use commodity components your home and furniture should catch up to that that's what joy bird is doing they basically offer you the option of making your own design for the furniture with over fifty odd it's because it allows us to interest faster and even though we don't control the whole supply chain we can do more that those people started to win the arguments after twelve wins for leather and fabric three different shades of wood and over two hundred and fifty unique silhouettes you can do the math that's over thirty seven thousand different kinds of pieces bird and then see how it fits so you can create furniture that matches your own style at joy bird dot com slash mindscape that's joy bird dot com slash mindscape deep and you can receive an exclusive offer for twenty five percent off your first order when you use that code mindscape so design your personal pad today other competitor well might have been that they were stayed by what you might call the policemen inside right the internalized belief furniture that you can get so you can basically design furniture that matches your own personal style for your home or your apartment and the best thing is that you don't like it you can is it is there a problem that people seem to maybe like living in walled gardens or even they like sort of handing over some of their am was creating the first PC's its first PC's They did a bunch of things that were uncommon for IBM so was that they use commodity components and this is a company that had that if you did this that you would face terrible consequences certainly that seems to have been the case with IBM so in in eighty one or eighty two and when it is often credited with the growth of Google right how did Google managed to avoid the kind of anti competitive behavior that Microsoft was happy to engage in with implemented them so that Compaq and every other PC manufacturer can make pc clones now that year was also the year the DOJ was finally stepping back from twelve years commits I want to pause for second talk about joy bird furniture in this day and age we live in a customizable society you can pick and choose what you want get it delivered paying extra for Inc because they knew it was reliable then printer manufacturers wouldn't have to take all those countermeasures to prevent third party ink and if people loved the convenience property the rights to use their own property to these major corporations like you know with phones and TV services and so forth so if that were the case we wouldn't need countermeasures right if people love the anti-trust enforcement action against them over mainframes that only ended because mainframe ceased to be a line of business for IBM it's getting them for antitrust over mainframes it'd be like you know had that monopoly go ahead you got your perch monopoly as safe right yeah and and again there are lots of people who say that the reason that IBM did these extra of letting apple decide which APPs they could they could use then apple would need to take so many countermeasures to prevent third party APP stores the reality is that locking of high quality and invites you to abuse that trust because you know that if you abuse the trust once they've kind of wandered into the walled garden that there's no way for them to US markets to punish you right and so you see them on a tonic ratcheting up of a printer ink and of incredibly restrictive terms over printers. HP Now makes printers where you only rent the ink and so you you subscribe to the new subscribed to a certain number of pages per month and it doesn't matter how much I users in creates a kind of moral hazard right it takes all the things that are good about your product that your customers actually like like the reliability of your incur the fact that the APP serve editor a patent and you wouldn't need copyright enforcement you wouldn't need terms of service you you could just rely on your customers incredible adoration for your product in your printer if you've exceeded your page budget your printer won't print right Hasbro just did this with its new nurse gun they have a a NERF gun that won't fire party darts and it uses technical countermeasures to prevent you from firing through darts if people loved Hasbro's darts those countermeasures would be superfluous I think of the K. Cup coffee maker I don't use any facebook products you know I think that facebook does have this incredible advantage that is separate from its monopoly advantage which is the network effect right I am skeptical of network effects is the kind of central explanation for how we contest insurance right by the machine but then you're on hope for the rest of Your Life Gas Little Cups Yeah and you know if it's true that that's what people want you wouldn't need up with these monopolies but the network effect of like everyone on your kids little league team is using facebook to organize games means that you either take your kid at a little league or you're GonNa facebook account that clearly works to facebook's favor the monopoly part is that it's not hard to imagine a third party service that would allow you to used the the moral panic over Cambridge Analytica to militate against any service that would allow you to do that because they say well if you can monitor the literally game maybe you could evade are anti harassment or anti data mining or anti political manipulation tools you should and in fact soccer Bergen these leaked audio but people do seem to like facebook or at least thirteen people left it last year facebook has at least as many hostages as it has users well and it's hilarious that that Zuckerberg's answer to his catastrophic failure to prevent political manipulation to entrust him and deputize him to prevent running to break a facebook because only some with the kind of resources that facebook has could prevent political manipulation right I mean it's a benevolent dictatorship monitor the things going on with the little league game while not having to have a facebook account facebook very interesting in the wake of Cambridge Analytica has used a political manipulation and talk about fool me twice shame on me and I I love the prevalence these days of when you're trying to sign up for new service writings that that were just came out this week we're recording this From his internal meetings he says that Elizabeth Warren is misguided. Yeah right you know again like I think that there by the way this is totally being devil's advocate I basically left facebook because I find it repellent soccer they give you the option of logging in with Google or logging with facebook and I think I was trying to one just the other day that those are the only two options like I couldn't create an account on the service and your stuff and if that were the case of facebook could not prevent that then they would be incentivized to be more respectful of your privacy and your ten in your data right that that as our conservative friends like to remind us incentives matter right facebook has no incentive to to could have facebook manage all your log and you can have the ability to take all that stuff outside of facebook and put it somewhere else if you decided that facebook wasn't a good steward of your who don't like it you know this live on facebook facebook handle everything yet but there's there's I think you've got an owner where you want an aunt right even if you leave facebook you will become an instagram user why would facebook Africare and it sounds like the only way to really have changed here is through legal means works here that that the four drivers of change our code what's technologically possible law what's lawfully permissible Norms would socially acceptable and markets just seems to be handing myself over to these companies but I mean this is why I keep pressing on this because the convenience of it must be attractive to a large fraction of people even if there's other it's not going to be small actions by groups of users complaining so I I think that Larry lessig framework for change really reach you with dignity because they know that you're stuck it's like that old Lily Tomlin sketch about the phone companies I don't care what are the phone company right. FACEBOOK doesn't have to care goal over there anticompetitive behaviour means that there is a commercial constituency to push for legal reform so it's not just consumer rights groups that are doing what's profitable and clearly competing with facebook could be profitable right than Norton under normal circumstances markets would actually go a long way correcting the worst excesses of facebook but our legal impediments to those those corrections now the fact that there are businesses like snap that are really pissed off facebook and like yelp that are really pissed off ah tech executives are either so virtuous that they can't be regulated or shouldn't be regulated or so Venal that they that they will miss now I don't think that snap or yelp are are going to be any better stewards of their power than facebook is I'm not a tech exceptional straight I don't think the always be wicked I think that they are everyday sociopaths and incentives matter and if you let them get away with murder then they'll have blood on their hands like world where you have lots and lots of people doing and that's where things like technology come in right because one of the things that we know is that whole products can be replaced with small scripts right so I I think that although we have these commercial constituencies that will meditate for legal reform that are the eyes on the prize should be about a much more pluralist right that that a lot of times users have taken something that started off as like something a network administrator would do automate their most boring parts of their job and just turn it in don't threaten that people have a an understanding of the need for her because they've had enormous shift that that we can affect gross changes has of your lack of recycling diligence and the reason we have facebook is not because you individually didn't choose to leave facebook that these these big social facts the thing that they do all day long that just makes stuff happen right and so users given access to easy technology that tool Smith's can make that the laws and averting it does require individual action but that individual action is to join groups and to use those groups to effect user behavior the risk is to just put this all down to individual choice I it's it's the same as with climate change right that that the reason we have climate change is not be social scale change right that you know it's not going to happen in your blue box it's going to happen at Your City Hall meeting at the ballot box in the rates that's where the change is GonNa come from and you've written about this stuff in numerous venues and genres one of them I need to mention his science fiction and you have a new book the technology treats you from the subprime credit card you have which has been tuned with algorithms to maximize the amount of penalties that you end up paying offers that are at play are what has created this dominance for facebook what's created the social crisis that the climate crisis at bracing structural bankruptcy for the purposes shedding debt restructuring and that means that'll the server stop working one day and that means the appliances don't work and this incentivizes is designed to extract revenue from those people that the dishwasher only washes authorized dishes and laundry machines only wash authorized close and the Having the right to let you do things why don't you tell the audience a little bit yeah unauthorized bread it's a story about People in refugee housing that has been created as part of a variance. ORC London all over the place so you don't go through the marble lobby with the doorman you go literally around the back of the garbage cans are but they go first posters only toast authorized bread and this is this extractive program that we see already in in lots of places not that much of an extremely yeah the poor you are the worse and this is bad enough but then the kinds of hedge funds that like to back this kind of business are also the kinds of financial engineers who periodically take their business through a wildfire and the the story takes a turn when these companies start to restructure bankruptcy and thanks to the Digital Owning Copyright Act in section twelve that which makes it a felony to bypass copy write locks they're now facing felony prosecution and if you're a refugee that can mean losing refugee status and that can mean death to a developer property developer who wanted to build a luxury building and wanted planning permission to add extra stories to it over the limit and they said yes you can but those stories have to be subsidized they have to be below market rent and this happens all the time and just as with those buildings there's a poor door different lobbies than here in La we got add the elevators won't stop for them unless there's no one from the above market rent side of the market rent side that wants to use it and then every appliance in the in the port floors and so suddenly the sticks go from which bread can I test them my toaster to a life or death and how do you find the the sort of effectiveness both and so after a while the job of activist moves from convincing people that there is a problem too convincing them that it's not too late to do something about it because denial Easter bread but then because it feels good right because seizing the means of computation just feels right she teaches other people out of doing and it's Kinda sweeps the building cancer or climate change or or making bad technological decisions and If you neglect that problem then over time it will create mounting debt can slide into nihilism and just hot second right you know you can go from like you know I'm sure the rhinos will be fine to like all right problem but were that problems causing effector separated by a lot of time and space sometimes hard to know whether there is a real problem or what you should do about it you know whether that smoking live in getting the message out but also just for your personal pleasure in writing that in the science fiction vein versus just a straightforward article or book we do both yeah and compared occurred and the less obvious policy bankruptcy seems less inevitable the policy bankruptcy seems and fiction a really good way to make people lividly imagine the consequences of long off activities nonfiction can do it I mean the silent spring is obviously like an example that often gets cited but you know if you think about the role that Nineteen eighty-four plate in our privacy debates for fifty years where you know the abstract question of privacy the easier it is to avert nihilism because the more wiggle room you have to take action to improve things right the the less debt policy debt uber going all the way down to your subsidize cellphone which will cost you more and come with more shovel wearing spyware than the full market phone that you buy Che's them and and so on but it's come roaring back it's become a major motif in our in our society right now especially among the far right so the right you'll you'll get sicker from the cigarettes that your your house will burn down or be flooded out your technology will start to abuse you more growth grotesque in gratuitous ways fragmentation of our beliefs is important but overrated compared to the fragmentation of our epistemology of how we know what to life it's not always true that if you're not paying for the product or the product you can also be the product you're paying for it but you're more of the product if you're not paying for the product and and puts blood and flesh muscle on that skeleton and makes it very very literally visceral and maybe reach different audiences also hardened who wrote the tragedy of the comments wasn't Eko fascist and you know the Sierra clubs early founders were dabbled in ECOFAC imports by reference the entire visceral experience of Reading Nineteen eighty-four all it takes that the dry skeleton of the argument you know all if there were cameras everywhere I would feel different and some of my activities would be chilled is a very bloodless argument but that is an Orwellian Notion Korea about the technical answer too hard questions like what should what food preparation techniques will allow you to eat your dinner without dropping what was true and instead we have trusted processes right that there are there are reasons that people have goodwill might believing that in a complicated technical society we long ago had to put away the idea that you would just ask a trusted person doubt called radicalized and my favorite story in it was was unauthorized bread unauthorized authorized bread which deals directly with this idea of the company thing about Pekan Difference is that the sooner you can reach that moment the sooner you can reach the moment where a critical mass of people acknowledged the existence of the problem you can't possibly solve above or or you know on the right you have the rise of Echo Fascism which you know is a an ideology is fast by the Christ Church Keller who says Oh no climate change Israel that independent adjudicators hear from multiple experts they listen to the competing claims they see is that we have to get rid of half the human race and it should be the Brown people right and and and that's a surprise it's whole ideology right shrink it's absolutely one of the issues in the modern age that different audiences are getting their information from different places right and one of the interesting things about climate change for example is only one of them laughed but since there's only one life is find out what he tastes like and that's right now for climate change Sri let's exactly what we're hearing absolutely this Lou said there never was a problem said you can't you to then actually look at the the technical particulars of all of those studies to evaluate them but we have a process right we have true seeking exercises where incentives matter right and the reason they came to that conclusion is because aerospace's superconcentrated and Boeing has been self-regulating for a very long time because all of the had the media literacy to know which scientific journals are trustworthy and which ones aren't and the statistical literacy to evaluate studies to see whether they perform while you wouldn't have the domain expertise are pumping us so much. NOx It it's GonNa kill you all of those things are Are Questions that we can't hope to navigate individually like you even if you have is that protagonist is stories Libyan refugee named Salima to look up how to jailbreaker appliances and the experience is so fulfilling so that she can toaster British she can explain their reasoning when they come to a conclusion they are bound by strict ethical guidelines about how they can be related to the parties whose claims they're hearing and ask again yeah and both are necessary but I have a theory of change I call peak in difference okay which is that when you have a real is how it's become this tribal marker especially within the United States there's a lot of conservative my understanding is there's a lot of conservative parties worldwide who's of course the climate is changing would we deny that but in the US it's become something where if you're on this side of other political debates yet deny climate change and I think that the of true seeking to actually look for the truth is now Kevin by the extent to which the Truth Gore's billionaires hawks and so true seeking has become something of an auction and that is really problematic I mean you you alluded to Boeing seven thirty-seven Max you know the seven thirty seven Max was a decision by by an expert body God before breakfast or which firm SUCO products are safe to use and under what circumstances or is the Reinforced Steel Joyce that's holding up the roof over our head of sufficient strength has the sackler purdue Pharma is because the H. and the FDA allowed tainted evidence to produce guidance about the safety of opioids superconcentrated it's run by financial is D- management elites who don't care if they kill the people who take their products and the regulators realtors are drawn from its executive ranks of the ranks of its direct competitors right who are you know when there's only five companies left in an industry all the executives in each company used to work at the other one auction you are cast

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Episode 95: Dr. Craig Koniver  Founder of Koniver Wellness, Performance Medicine Expert

Habits and Hustle

1:08:07 hr | 6 months ago

Episode 95: Dr. Craig Koniver Founder of Koniver Wellness, Performance Medicine Expert

"The welcome to the habits hustle podcast a podcast and uncovers the rituals unspoken habits and mindsets an extraordinary people a podcast powered by habit nest. Now here's your host jennifer cohen. Welcome to another edition of habits and hustle. And today we have a very special guest who is here from south carolina. His name is always pronounce his wrong. And i don't want to do it again. But dr congo. You got it going. Okay i usually say car carnivores conver- conversation and antes. He's a performance medicine doctor. I've never anybody actually referred themselves as so can you give us a. What can i give us who you are. Well thanks for having me yet. So performance medicine. I think i came up with the term family medicine trained but an operating outside of that jurisdiction pretty much for my whole career so to speak and i got involved with the functional turn of medicine crowd and i never never really felt right just because a lot of functional is based on this kind of robotic principal. We're all the same in many respects functional. Medicine has the same mindset as allopathic medicine which uses a pharmaceutical model and functional. Medicine uses the nutraceutical model. We're just gonna take this for that. Save you actually would after you told me or once. You kind of gave us the definition of performance. Medical doctor is at one. End you to kind of give us. The difference between functional medicine. Doctor is an with a performance and optimization doctor right so functional medicine. A lot of people who chronic disease problems whether it's diabetes or autoimmune disease cancer in they're gonna see a functional medicine doctor because they want to get to the root cause right. Maybe they're going to have a lot of different lab tests performed on them in general then they're given a list a litany of suppleme- oral supplements to take most people. If you talk to. And i have had the privilege of the years of doing this is you know i'll give you an example at a guy. Just start doing treatments with us. Two weeks ago. When i met him he literally had a backpack full fifty seven. Yes yeah and he and he sent an email list of his regimen which is five pages long and when he came in. I said i'm not sure we're going to be a good fit. Because you being this vigilant and doing all. This is part of your problem right out. That is very stressful to have to organize your life absolutely around every couple minutes taking something which you don't need couldn't even tell you what it was for. And so that's kind of how. I see functional medicine. Anything has its place but i think most people want to not only feel well. They wanna perform their best right as they get older absolutely well. It's interesting because i mean. I've been to a bunch of functional medicine doctors and you're right and what happens. Is you get a litany a plethora of different supplements to be taking in lab test to be doing but after over time. You just end up. If you're busy also you just end up not doing it because it's too difficult to kind of keep taking seven different supplements and and also not understanding why and what you lose track of all of that and quite frankly not doesn't always make a difference most of the time it doesn't make great part of that is the mindset of again taking this for that like you you. All of us have things that we want to improve upon. There's always gonna be a supplement that you could add in so that's how you approach it. We're okay now. I want to run faster. I wanna sleep better when you're stacking different supplements you're not really getting to actually helping the patient really make difference in their life so as a performance medicine doctor. Do you not believe in taking supplements and managing okay. No i think everyone is have all the options on the table. Okay so we just think of ourselves as having a really gigantic toolbag gotten lots of tools. But we believe because just from experience. Because i got involved with doing these nutritional ivy's very early on like sixteen years ago well before hangover. Iv's or trendy invoke and so just watching and observing like how fast these therapies can work and then. Getting involved with other injectable therapies. Now it's a lot of peptides like that moves the needle really fast for most people kind of a basic tenant. I have with patients. I just wanted to get to feeling better. I i don't care what the diagnosis right which is very different than conventional mindset of. We have to have the diagnosis then. We work the diagnosis by giving medicine and running labs to support continuing giving the patient the medicine to support the diagnosis is very convoluted way. Where you don't really get anywhere right to convince cycles like a hamster wheel of well then like so you said peptides and obviously i wanna get raleigh. I really wanted to dig into that. Because there's a lot of there's most people don't really understand what they are or there's confusion or does this. Not really that much known to the person is not in the industry but when you see a patient than what is who who is your typical patient because you are an md. Dr yeah so tell us how you couldn't even from being your family. You were trained in medicine urine so after my residency my practice. Because i want to do things differently. Gone with these nutritional. Iv's and at the time it was like a traditional primary care practice took insurance but then on the side. We did a lot of these iv's. And then i saw well. These are really working. How do we. How do we make this work better. And i actually then developed our own. I-i've call the fast vitamin. Iv which we use a lot which is a thirty volume of vitamins. Magnesium acids that we push plush ataya so and so we we developed that. That's our thing. We do a ton of that in the office and then we actually work with close to one hundred different position groups across the country that also purchase that from us patent the patent on that or brady trademark on the name. And it's just it's our thing and it's works really well and so from observing how quickly you get someone from feeling you know down here up here even just using that therapy Just after a couple of weeks people were feeling so much better. Just from giving them nutrients in a proactive manner. That was a big shift. Fourteen fifteen years ago the only people doing iv's where people were sick chronically fatigued looking for some health issue and i thought these works so well. Why don't we use them. Practically just like a supplement right and so the idea it becomes about bioavailability and one of the biggest problems with oral supplements is for most people. You just don't get that much out of it right so we estimate he take any sort of oral nutrient whether it's food or supplement get like twenty percent return whereas you're using an iv. It's close to one hundred percent big difference so the argument that i've heard over these ivy's because i'm i am very familiar with ivy's i think by now people heard about them now. The the discipline. Devil's advocate superdome. Say that it doesn't like you were just mentioning. Well we were saying earlier. That doesn't get absorbed because a lot of people say you know what it's a waste of time and money because when you have these big bags of fluid you're gonna pee out most of it. So is that when you were talking about the thing that you do. What is it called again best. Vitamin ib fast vitamin yukon of the flip. The script must be producing slow drip by bees. Where they're put in a fluid. You dilute the nutrients to very small. Right it drips in takes an hour to two hours and people don't feel that they don't notice it hours literally takes less than a minute so the advantage there not only is. It's quick right so when you get it but then because it's fast you can do it regularly so when you're doing regularly and that's what happened with us with our patients are doing it every single week. We work with professional athletes. High-octane type people. They're doing it multiple times a week. So it's literally minute of your time akkad. Didn't do it yourself not no. You can't right no because still it's still it's still we're still putting needle in vein and then we're just pushing it and we've tested. I mean we've never ever ever had an adverse reaction really because super-safe so that's what's really basically. I was going to say because a lot of these times. It takes a longtime which then people don't wanna do me so that and then i think i'm peeing it out anyway. What's the purpose. So then i just kind of go back to my regular supplements or whatever that i would take so with this. Just take a minute basically literally. Wow so what do people do. They don't have access to you or they have. Rei that's where we hope to change so so we work with people in if they want to have a nurse or they another doctor supervision than they can work with us in that same capacity. So whether you're in minnesota or california or you can two people can actually use this. I mean there are certain requirements outside our office and then we have a whole nursing network across the country that we utilize for the same purpose. So why did these. What are these fast. Iv's will help with recent what will what is composed of is the things that most people are deficient because we do a of nutrient testing over the years. Three big things that most people on average are deficient in one or vitamins. Magnesium an important mineral and then amino acids right so that's low hanging fruit in my opinion. So that's what a pass by. Ib as low hanging fruit is is. We're restocking this things. People need most and so it usually takes a couple of weeks but most of the time. The light turns on after a couple of weeks. If you do it consistently colours look brighter. You have more energy sleep better your moods better because if you my lens of the world is very biochemical. That's how i see things that we get. Things optimized balanced than literally. That's how we're making change within our system to help people feel better so this is how basically so you started as a regular family physician and you then started doing a little bit of this stuff on this side. I really on the side. I mean at the same time and then watching that grow and they're having success being affected super effective and so then. I stopped taking insurance. Because i wanted to go a different route to me family medicine. Why chose that was building relationships with people in the primary care insurance based model. I could spend five to seven minutes with a patient. I can't be valuable. I'm not feeling like i'm contributing. They certainly can't feel like i'm contributing. How do you do that. In five minutes. So i scrapped. That model went to direct pay motto. A concierge for people pay but they value that time. So you get to know people and then when you're invested in with each other than you actually can really make change right because it's more of like a pro jim model. We're going to pay to work on themselves. Which is totally different mindset than the conventional medicine. Which is. i'm going to just use my copay to come see you for some ailment absolutely well. I have a bunch of questions here for you. Because i love that. We're saying this before we started this bypass that it's kind of what i save. My my jewish world shared that. I actually called you. Jewish okay. Well because like you people want people told me about you here. And i didn't realize that you have so many clients all over. La and everywhere else around the world. And you're you're like the go-to person for a lot of these longevity or bio hacker of people so. I figured you know i wanted to. I wanted to get my information from a great source or and despite by coincidence you were going to be in. La five days. Were six days later. So i figured i wanted to take this opportunity and ask you a bunch of question awesome. Okay so let's go right into peptides set you touched upon a little bit and it's in my space. The wellness health space people are already dabbling in it but on a on a more macro level people don't even know what it is right. Coon we talk about one. Peptide is what is it used for and just kind of like go from there so peptides in the very simplest form are chains of amino acids amino acids people familiar with. If you work out and you take these you know workout powders. Protein powders have a lot of amino acids the building blocks of life. Right they contribute to building solid structures. Tendons ligaments bones neurotransmitters the brain the nervous system. And so what a peptide is just these different amino acids that are put together a novel combinations on the technical side. It's called a peptide of it's less than forty amino acids together and it's called a protein if it's greater than forty amino acids so these are all naturally occurring things the they're synthesizing the lab and then they're used. The vast majority are injected subcutaneous asli to exert their effect and then grew up in across it world. Actually this is where we see them. Several years ago across fitter particularly competitive cross-fitters looking for an edge and peptides become like the modern day anabolic steroids. Right but different in large part because they're so safe like we rarely see any negative side effects happens but it's super rare. So that's how does it have the same effect of alistair roy but get be completely safe. I mean it's not. Having the same affects zillion about our family based right like their testosterone analogs. So they're like testosterone but in many ways stronger right so testosterone is a foundational hormone for men and women but testosterone even has. Its problems that you can get. Estrogen buildup you can build up your hemoglobin you get fluid retention confessed your liver. What we think work so peptides. Because they're small molecules super small and because they're so small they can bind receptors on cells in. That's it so it's very specific. So in the case of the cross-fitters with the i kind of grouping of peptides have become popular. It's most people will touch them. I the growth hormone releasing peptides. These are things named like item around. Hrp sixty hrp to the first one semoran week. We don't use it. But i have come. It just doesn't work as well so it's just like a first generation okay. Our like third and fourth generation. Different peptides so okay. So then what's the. What's the newest generation of the h. The human growth hormone Well there again testimony. You know one. that's probably getting utilized more. Because of its fat burning properties and so many people want to be more lean. Burn fat right and that's a kind of unique when we can talk about But what do we used to use a lot of growth hormone patients and growth. Hormones are very anabolic hormone meaning keeling rejuvenating mending tissue. And if you're a professional athlete you're a pitcher and you injure your elbow you to be back in two weeks. Two months right. Growth hormone is amazing for you in that regard because you'll get back really quickly you'll hear hillier tissue problem with growth hormone several problems. One very cost prohibitive very expensive to when people use growth hormone. They tend to think of a little as good a lot better. And that's not the case and so people can get some manipulate that hormonal dynamics With and you can with growth hormone Start suppressing your own growth. Hormone output peptides the growth hormone releasing. Peptides when you take one of those. You're just telling you're terry routes releases growth hormone to put out more growth hormone can only put out what you can make. You can never manipulate that access which is awesome. Yeah so very safe and then not only. Can you then help direct. The output of growth hormone. You can help direct the timing of growth hormone a lot but again because we do a lot of testing a patients as people get older. It's one of those hormones declines we call it the anti-ageing hormone because it affects so many things relating to being durable. Your skin your sleep. You know kind of how you think physically. How well you recover from exercise. So is that why most people when they start the peptide number one. They they start with with the hgh when you said the c. j. c. or the season and that's isn't that so they kind of like the safe and legal version. The other ones are illegal. Aren't they technically illegal. In boxer well yeah athletes if an athlete would take a peptide with ab considered professional athlete professional athlete. Most of the peptides are banned the water ban list. And you saw okay. We'll be anti doping agency. United states into chettiar. Most peptides are banned. But why if it's a natural side. It's an amino acid natural producing substance because those organizations politically want to hinder. What their what their premises. We want to keep the playing field level which is a false premise. Because we can go down that pathway. There's so many things that are performance enhancing which are not chemicals. Right you having a private chef is a performance. Enhancer certain pillows mattresses you sleep on. Red lights cryotherapy. These are all performance enhancers. Some people will do them more. Yeah what's wrong with that. Nothing injectable but even injectable thing which may help you recover more so that you can be a better athlete and is safer. I don't understand why that's bad. And why is it that if it's gonna make you a better performer. Yeah well. I find what i find completely hilarious. Not hilarious in a funny way. I guess that's the wrong word. Ironic armstrong for example. There were all so many people were taking things as they sequel and they still do secretively. We're still they still do. I mean isn't that really isn't that low and then he gets caught for what he does. Whatever if you're never got caught. He was whistled really never had a positive test. And never i'll never had a positive to the state. He's never had a positive test. Oh i thought. I thought oh my gosh so. He was a whistle blow so then in technically he could have said it's not true. Is that what you're saying. Well that's what you wanted to documentary by the way i did. Yeah i was in. Did you see me in it. Maybe okay i know that's very well and so sure you deal. Yeah and so that. He never never had a positive drug now. And if you go back to lance armstrong specifically all the racers at the time. We're doing what he did. I'm saying there was a level playing field in a way. Hundred percent still is no one was going to be lance armstrong like he. He won the tour de france seven times in a row. After having metastatic testicular cancer went to his brain had multiple brain surgeries. That's a very special human. And she tried to try to take that away and say you did it because you did doping with hgh testosterone and things to your blood. That's totally inaccurate. I agree with you. It's a very touchy subject with some people. Because i think people. Sometimes i think people are like shopping for people like that is when you kind of get pleasure and other people's misery. I think jones policy chelsea because it is it is a level playing field of everybody's doing it and he still can be. I mean this is. This is a whole long conversation. But i think they should open it up and allow it right because why not give everyone again equal access and let's see how people do people do right because if you look at sports like in nineteen ninety eight. The most excited people were about major than baseball is mark. Mcgwire sammy sosa doing stuff. It was like the reemergence baseball that it makes it better sport which sports entertaining but also protects the player in most with about recovery. In these guys particularly toward a france athletes. major league baseball players. they put their bodies through the rigors giving them tools elvin recover. How's that bad. I mean you're the doctor right and then you tell me. I think i think people can overdo it. I think this is. I think that's the problem. I think there's a big. There's a lot of stigma around it right because what happens is people can and do overdo it and at the same time i mean it's brings a larger point we work with a lot of former. Nfl players they've had multiple concussions to their head. That's totally legal. That has changed your life. A lot of guys these guys with broken brains which are in terrible shape. But that's allowed like that's okay but some right like it's so i don't understand the argument. It's a political argument and it and it doesn't add up anymore. I think hopefully change at some point because one. We'll have better competition. We'll be able to protect the athletes better and we'll actually be able to learn more because learning about how elite athletes performing what works for them helps the rest of us who can never get to that level. Oh absolutely let's stay on this. How elite athletes performed peptides for a minute so far. The fda approved now. They're not update them like injectable supplements. Yeah so naturally occurring things but you inject them so they're not fda approved. I don't think they need to be. Fda approved because that would take too. Long i mean that's a good ten to twenty year process. Usually and so these things are very very safe track record when used in animal studies in some small human studies and then the biochemical studies. They work really really well so they've been tested. It's not for everybody. But i think people when they understand and can learn and get informed information about what something is then. It's up to them to make the choice if they want to try it. So what happens if couple of cancer. Right if you're if you're able to turnaround turner cells around faster recover faster. That's about like cellular generation of regeneration. Could it be cancer causing then or no. I mean you're asking a really tough question. You're asking what causes cancer. And i certainly don't know you're the doctor. I'm a doctor. But so i have theories that multiple things going wrong at the same time and i do believe that all of us have to deal with some cancer. At some point we're just our immune systems or to a point where we can handle it. Right you stage one cancer become stage one when you can see it. Radio graphically stage zero is cancer that we can't see it starting and actually we used peptides in different. Ib therapies hopefully to prevent that from happening with people to help people the tools biochemical tools to boost the immune system to get it back and check so that you can actually be stronger and never get cancer really well. I think alive a lot of these things in terms of longevity. I asked this question to even like red light therapy rain. Which is a big trend right. Now were inflammation and for fine lines for vanity reasons and for actual health and recovery. And then that same questions. If it's turning yourselves around again. Is that cancer causing and people could never answer the question because again to have. Here's part of the problem to answer that question. You'd have to isolate so many variables in certain populations of people to ever get to that place. Which is going to be impossible to give everyone. The same diet supplements sleep the same hours. Think the same thoughts exercise the same way. Right control for genetics. That's impossible to many variables. For god's wise people should know that any human study you have to be very skeptical of because we can never control for all the variables ever so we're making determinations on pharmaceuticals based on okay. Well this seem to work in this population but that is not necessarily the whole picture right like for example w with antidepressants is literally a coin. Toss whether an antidepressant. She worked for someone else really hop three drugs prescribed but literally coin toss like fifty percent of the time. It won't work so what happens then. Do people say they say on people have side effects. People have a lot of side effects from beginning to tell us what that would have. Would they put on these things for and so if you look at. What is the origin of being of having depressed mood most of it has nothing to do with taking deficiency a prozac per se. Like us on this like a serotonin uptake. Serotonin is one of the players. But so are so many hormones so ma- so many nutrients right so you could. You could dial it back to you. Know for example when i tell people since the nineteen nineties the rates of anxiety and depression this country of triple. Yeah well that's probably even after kobe. Yeah well the nine hundred ninety s when we saw this low fat dieting story members back. Well sorry sorry. Brain is seventy eighty percent. That vast majority of people don't eat enough healthy fat. So are we going to make that change. But we won't because medicine doesn't approve that what you don't think portion. Yeah it's i mean you can oncologists many times people diagnosed with cancer. Okay doctor should. I eat certain the has nothing to do with your health. Like really really. Oh that's common. Yeah that's the mantra. i feel. It's changing a little bit. But i think that it's a little bit archaic and what the diets they put you on a lot of times. They say they keep you with the low fat diet. They think that eating. Yeah four pounds off like pasta. Butter is still okay or no olive oil or whatever. It is no i with that part of the problem with that with diets and my philosophy is a little bit different. Because i think what you think about. The food is actually more important than the actual food. You think about what you think the food will do for you if you have a healthy view of that food. It's gonna work better for you just like everything everything in life. Yeah placebo the placebo cbo. So if you don't believe with peptides if you're like someone's giving someone has no idea what is and doesn't believe in it probably not going to get the same outcome. Benefits is really. That's anything okay. So who goes a cruise should try peptides. And then why. I've got two parts of this. Why is it then if there are so many peptides and i've got a lot of friends on them. It's usually than the same peptide that everybody is taking your well. So let's go back. So we have the growth hormone releasing peptides. That's where the graphic community. There's five of them that we use. I marrone g. hrp sixty hrp to heck cerrone and tess marrone. They all have a little bit different flavor and depending on the goal is that we kinda help people decide where you want to start the kind of general one is the ipad marin because it's a clean one it binds that growth hormone receptor Better than all the rest. That's very specific but it's not very strong so it's a really good starter peptide. Because most people get a little bit positive uptick in energy may get a little bit leaner sleep a little bit better may not necessarily not because there's a lot of factors i mean. People could be doing peptide injection all day long. An eating like crap and so. There's a lot of variables here again terrible so So we usually start with. I just like someone who wants to be stronger fitter faster which is what most of us wanted and so then but i like people to try lots of different. How do we know you don't know. And so a lot of people are open to the trial and error. Like i have some ideas about what i think he work. But the only way we knows if you try it and then like heck for example is a really going for endurance in good for the cardiovascular systems we use that in the morning for people were endurance athletes asamoah seemingly for you visceral fat loss. Which is the fat around the organs so it works better women than than that. I mean fat around the organs. Don't you have to be you have to be somewhat overweight. You can have some extra pounds on you but not have any visceral fat race. Got so this story of eugene some well but it's still it's still it's not going to just work on the fan but it's gonna. That's a helpful thing. So why is that. What worked for women. Just because i don't know the answer was just an observation so when someone comes in to see what age bracket are going on. Is you see young people on this. Are people people in their twenties. Who again fitness. Probably people in their sixties. Who are having to deal with more stress in their life and they may be more into working out. Want to lose some weight or they who knows. I was call. Yeah yeah for sure. Zero seven year olds eight year olds nine year old patients very very safe again across the board. Most peptides are super super. We don't see reaction but they have to jackson selves due to them. Okay very small insulin needle very easy you can inject it once or two times and people have no problem. No problem no problem. So that's that's the big one. That's a big group. The growth home release. Then we have these anti inflammatory peptides like bbc. Body protection compound it's anti-inflammatory gut lining but also good for protecting the ligaments and tendons and we have a lot of people because we see a lot of athletes. Various competition levels. You can argue. Should be on bbc all the time. Because it's going to protect you know where a lot of people get. Injuries is of ligament and tendon. That's would be protective of. Can you combine contentment beyond item and visas. So that's how we approach. It is because we've been doing this awhile stack supplements we stack peptides and we put you know again from my observations. What works and so we use three four seven nine peptides at a time. Because that's where you really see some magic happen now. The what we do is differently feel syringes. we came up with a way to pre fill syringes. And that's how we present them to our clients. Yeah that's what. That's what i right. You're saying to me. That's what. I was surprised but most people don't do that. No they don't do it because they don't really understand peptides they don't have enough experience start. Owed us this one or uses to the trouble is if you're using three five seven peptides day. You can get very tired of drawing out three bucks. Yeah and then giving yourself that. Many shots went back to the whole functional. Medicine supplement situation or pimping. Taking too much of it now now. You're just kind of taking a bazillion needles instead of a bazillion oral pills so there. But there's a blossoming number of peptides through inflammation great ones for the immune system for the nervous system. Cognitively for you name it. There's going to be peptides and you're saying it really mostly. It will work if you think. It works the placebo. You're going to get things to work even if you don't think it'll work right but it's gonna work better if you're mentally onboard to making the choice for something to work for you. So then why is no side effects at all very very little some people so some of the growth hormone release people get a little tinguely and we'll get flushed about five minutes after the injection to ten minutes. Transient goes way. i'm tests merlin. Can cause a little bit of a well under the skinner's seems to be a little local irritation. Goes away other than that. No i mean literally. I know that people get. I've heard people can't bloated on it. People get you know. They fill the retaining of water. I mean there's so many and there's some that will do that and if you're especially with the growth hormone releasing peptides for example g. Hrp six which is the strongest. Yeah that can cause some bloating and fluid retention fluid ships. It's almost like growth hormone. What happens does it go away. Usually goes away that as you use it you get transition for sure that people can hang in there so then how so when do when does someone start. Going with the hor- disruptive hormones that or should not disrupt them. Because i was gonna say what's went to somebody go on a hormone testosterone or go on peptide winston your question. The way i purchased it depends on what the patient wants to do right like so we'll have patients who will do lab work. We'll say here's we check all your hormones. Here's where you are. Here's where you could be. Here's how you get there. And sometimes we used peptides and say particularly the best example as men because they're more straightforward them a lot of times testosterone replacement and then helping with the fitness and the recovery can add that peptide for the growth hormone stuff and they're like parallel treatments right so they don't really cross over and they're not going to affect each other but synergistically work together more from our guest but first a few words from our sponsor whenever i talk to people about why they don't go to therapy they always say is too expensive. But let's have some real talk. How much you spend on your daily coffees or another sweatsuit that you don't really need and is that stuff more important than your mental health with talks based you can take care of your mental health without dipping into your savings account and with talk space. 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There's a lot of them. So i feel like that's become a very big thing. But that doesn't necessarily help women per se but women toast. There's a misconception right. So how you know as as woman versus male if it's a testosterone thing i mean you could you take a test. Is that now like this. Can you explain this. Because there's this gesture there's testosterone. There's a lot of hormones and it's very scary to even start that down that road. Because i don't have it scares me. It's scary. it's just repeat. There's a lack of understanding the lack of education and understand and so a lot of doctors don't truly got it even to operate in the space and they kind of do this recipe book type of medicine. Where like okay. These are low. We want you here. So here's how much the trouble is. Everyone's a little bit dif- different sensitivity wise to testosterone all these forms for example. A man again. We do a lot of testing but it's not just about the number. I don't think of a number so there's a range for example for men. It's you know we say three hundred to twelve hundred is a generalized range By the way let me point out for men. Low testosterone number one risk factor for heart disease stroke depression and dementia. So it's a big deal big deal but also been who have healthy testosterone levels have a higher quality of life to jim. There's a sweet spot though. Every man's a little bit different to where they feel their best and that's where the art medicine comes in kind of understanding the patient game that a patient following up with the patient. Like here's what you're we want you to feel. Here's what we're expecting. Oh you're not you know. For example i had a patient This is several years ago. Thirty eight year old guy. Low testosterone game. One shot at testosterone. In three days. He gained nine pounds. That's because he was a fast converted. Estrogen i couldn't have done that. I had really know that and so we had to put them on an estrogen blocker and three days later. He's way to come off. Oh my gosh. So there's a lot of different levers. We have to turn move. And the way i think about hormones was different like kids on a playground. They have different personalities right or some beliefs like cortisol insulin testosterone like the happy social fund. Everyone wants a little bit of testosterone their steroid there's growth hormone and the interaction. This hormones setting up that playgrounds way more important than the individual so the peptide. Bill is a hormone screw with the the growth is not technically. A hormone is a peptide. That's gonna help you put out out more right but it safe. And then some of the misconception people who were familiar with this we measure growth hormone levels with this marker called instant like dr one when we used peptides. We don't really see the change in that number but we know that the peptide is making that molecule more efficient in the side of the cells. But then once you start getting beyond this all the time well what happens is most people like it. People like how they feel. There's an uptick in their energy. Their sleep their mood physical fitness recovery. So they like that. The way i look at it as eight for about three months and then reevaluate and the way. We set up peptide schedules as take the monday through friday. Take the weekends off. So we're putting a break in within the cycle so we don't over saturate the receptors we can let things come off and then bring them back. Do you notice it's becoming more popular or you still think as people even think we've scratched the surface right exactly like i guess they're being start. No one really seems to understand and so here a lot of times. People aren't even getting acts. Because the fda non-approval thing people who can get some people can't even get access to them. Why is that well. There's peptide selling websites. People can order themselves. But that's kind of articles like blackmar not not necessarily it just. I think it's given a bad name because there's other peptide pharmacies who say you shouldn't do that. It has to be an individualized prescription. There's some politics there anything but if you get down to it super super super safe. So if someone's looking to optimize their health performance in a variety of arenas amazing choice. I'm on a couple of peptides. I had this health issue where this bracelet on. A blood thinner develop these blood. Clots to my living's a months ago. Fluky thing crazy stirs in the hospital couple times but i'm on a couple different peptides. Three of them to help my blood be thin. Blood vessels things like that. I used to try. I've tried all the peptides. But now i have to be more selective because of the blood. Thinning medicine on really. Did you try to were you on the And when did you see a difference in yourself. I liked it. Yeah i felt good. Add more energy. I thought it was going to the hrp six. I didn't like that. I felt bloated on that. That's the one that causes severe hunger doing injection often. I don't need that. That's for sure to hungrier. I'm starving. I would like to have like a suppressant peptide for suppressing the appetite getting lean at the same time. There's a peptide that makes you have the suppressed. i mean. did they. do they usually make you hungrier. No it's just this one and that's a good one. If you're looking to bulk up get strong like people who are looking to put on muscle mass. It's an amazing because then you're eating protein and you'll get big and strong quickly. Which is your friend on the. He's on everything. He came with really like a healthy looking friends. He's probably on everything. Which what peptide are you on recovery. Bbc not. Oh my gosh okay. Yeah there's cosmetic peptides you mentioned the copper. What's that so. It's been the group in the wound healing world and but we use it when we use during aesthetic procedures. So lasers even bo talks fillers. You can add cop reviews. Prp in the scope. You h k copper systemically. You're going to get a better result. What is it called g. H k dash you. And what is that too has to do with copper. Exchange has to do with wound healing. So accelerates wound healing on the skin. You're in the cell same thing like you're getting a more efficient recovery process of the damage or the injury. Oh wow yeah. That's a really good one. good one. there's a longevity one as well it's different from using it is. That's why that's why it's super important to have someone who's knowledgeable because it's very convenient and then an all that's why these things are when it's too confusing. I get overwhelmed for sure. I like it simple. That's how we do it. We just break it down by lifestyle. So if people wanna fat loss vs las peptide time right if you're looking to sleep if you're looking if you work with a lotta special forces guys in betts who need help you know. Kind of repairing their brain professional athletes. We have one for that. We went for longevity when for skin. Yeah that's how we break it down. Break it down that way. Still confusing if you ask questions. Can you go down. A rabbit will return on our website. We do a pretty good job of explaining each peptide kind of how they're used historically how they're used how best to use it you're saying about how people are getting put on antidepressants and stuff like that. And most people. Fifty percent of the people shouldn't even be on antidepressants. Lots of different reasons. Are there peptides that could help with anxiety antidepressant like so like there's two things we use a lot one is called c. Max these developed in russia cemex was developed in russia. They give it to people after having a stroke or traumatic brain injury that does increases what's called the b. d. n. f. levels in the brain is like the juice that the neurons living so it's a very powerful to help people after an injury feeling depressed or can't focus or we wanna use a substitute for things like adderall. A great one. We combine that with selangor. It's chemical cousin. Se l. a. n. k. Which taps into the gabba system in our nervous system which is the inhibitory neurotransmitter that calming one and then helps people relax. Also things things like that. i think. That's what my think you put my friend on one of those. Yeah the cog for the brain. So then let's just you were talking about the brain and i know you're huge into eighty and you say you've been doing any way before it was even popular. Let's tell people 'cause i i talk about any times. But if they ever listen that what can you tell us. What any ideas. Why it's important. You're a big believer so any be three. Vitamin derivative chemical cousin. Niacin was studied all the way back in the nineteen thirties. Found to be helpful for two big things. At the time was schizophrenia. The addiction right largely ignored by conventional medicine resurfaced in the ninety s where people travel to mexico for entity for addiction in two thousand. Five gentlemen from the states had a pain. Medicine diction traveled to mexico. Got the therapy changed his life. At the time there's only one injectable. Nasd in the world Made by south african company so he purchased the distribution rights. What she still owns and set up a clinic in atlanta caught executive addiction. I got know him. I don't remember the timing but we're talking probably six to seven years ago. He got in touch with me and said hey. I need some help. Because he's not a doctor as big in the world and he's need some help kind of getting information questions answered for people because people were starting to do more any d- a lotta people still use it for addiction. We use it a little bit for addiction but we kind of reshaped. Those in those first original protocols which were very rigorous most people are familiar with. They read on the online about any causing extreme stomach. Cramping taking six to eight hours. We re engineered protocol. Most people can get through it and one and a half to two hours at most. So if you're not an addict what else. What else are the benefits of any d. and doesn't your body produce it naturally so we get any from dietary sources tryptophan niacin and then. We do a lot of recycling of energy and so entities used by our mighty andrea that kind of the battery of each cell and so one misconceptions that we one might andrea per so we have thousands upon thousands per every so and so it's a lot of mighty contra. We need a lot of energy and so we need any to make atp energy. It's the rate limiting substrate. So you want to do anything in your life. Think a thought move a finger whatever you need energy and we know that as we get older. We do much less efficient at recycling in d. so we make less energy so then we age it cancer diabetes neurodegenerative disease all these things are linked back to the mitochondria. The my kind of the hotbed of research in terms of cancer prevention prevention of aging prevention of diabetes treating all of these conditions back to andrea so literally the foundation. You could make the clinton foundation of life goes back to an ad its that important that foundational and when does it actually stop start to decrease in your own body. So everyone's different. We're actually about to start. Doing testing has not commercially available yet. But we're actually going to start that hopefully soon to figure that out because that's an important missing piece is what are any d levels are we don't know right right and so we don't have that information objective information. Say okay. here's where you are. Here's where we know. You should be. So what i tell people really anyone who's interested optimizing their health and performance should be involved with any d- it's that powerful and i can say that because we've overseen more intravenous entity treatments probably anywhere else in the world. I mean it's it's transformational. is it though. I mean. I've done it a few times only three times in the iv's. i take. i take true nine. I told you to supplement more. Are there's a difference you sent between nr npr port molecule in. Those are precursors. That help you make more right inside. That might have counter exactly and so making more energy leads you to be more efficient to make energy the energy so while those work a great it's different than an ivy is different but then i have to be used in my opinion. A certain way to we came up with a loading dose to do five treatments in ten days to get people started to kick it off. Oh how many five treatments in ten days and that's because again observational. Most people doesn't kick in like going to the science into about the fourth or fifth treatment. So okay so then. When i did it i think four or five times altogether. Yeah i didn't one. And then i did one maybe again in two or three weeks or maybe a month or maybe into the proper loading dose and then i did it again and like maybe two months later. It was random so anything. That's not that doesn't help. you're buying doesn't. I'm sure it helps. Okay so part of the issue is in everyone's different right different genetics. Different stress different up bring different development. Different everything's different but what we observed is what we need that loading dose because when we give people any we increase the nasd to any in the cell and any to any h. o. Actually any plus pat right right and so we can increase that ratio which stimulates andro vision. Vision is splitting or removal to detect. Cadre this is where it's the quality control is brought back. This is how you prevent cancer prevent aging prevent diabetes. It's really magical molecule. That doesn't feel good. That's where people don't feel good and it takes a good again. Observations about four or five treatments for them to stimulates income mitochondrial fusion. That's when you're being the country back together to make them more efficient and now you're making way more. Atp and that's when the light turns on for people so uniformly what we do is. We'll do a loading dose most people five treatments in ten days. We see him back in week. And there's some uniform responses. My brain is getting bigger and more creative. I'm sleeping less. But i have more energy. My moods better colors look brighter and be able to language more a handle stress better. That's because you are filled up your tank. You know way more energy in your battery. And i think the analogy us with people. Is you know when you first when we're young right in your six years old. You could run around twenty four hours. You get up next day do it. You've so much energy right now and you're forty six trying to no way right you just don always. But you just don't have the tools. Your batteries takes a lot longer to recharge any d- mix that battery way more efficient. But then what happens like i vs. medb's are expensive joke. They're expensive like a thousand bucks. A that's here in our opposites. Four hundred and fifty dollars oh so. La's just like no well. There's a lot of price gouging. Yeah i mean so are only so the only that's still so for. Let's just say this. For the for the average joe who don't have access even ever. I mean anybody. I mean that's an expensive. You have to be able to afford. So what do people do so choice. You don't have to take away to someone can get this without getting those all those like subcutaneous right. shall we do subcutaneous and eighty so. But it's the latest treatment centers in after that loading dose mean a maintenance dose of one per month so you you're not talking is big of expense like where we do it for hundred fifty dollars per month that think. That's reasonable for most people. But the high cost the loading dose. Okay wait so for five treatments in ten minutes on average most people do once a month. Perf- let's the other thing that you mentioned that you can do. You can do subcutaneous. ib we think again. Going back to the bioavailability ivy's one hundred percent. We think of subcutaneous about eighty percent way better than twenty percent of oral right. So then you're doing a subcutaneous shot any deed smaller dose on regular basis to get those energy levels backup. That's a great option. Great option. that's interesting okay. And did what happens. But what happens if after two if you if you do your your program or anything like anything life. You stop doing it. Does your body just kind of deplete that amount. So you're are you asking if you start and then you stop. Yeah be worse exactly. I don't think i'm worse but you can't just go back like you deplete. The it last is basically we think. One when i be dreaming last about three weeks levels where we want them to be. So it's not. This is not like a for. This is not something you do one time and that it's not it's not gonna journaling and i don't think there's a lot of cures out there. I think that's the wrong question. I think we want to maintain maintain right so we do all these things to maintain our nutrition and our fitness if you stop exercising you don't feel good after some point right now right. So you have to maintain consistency. Really james thing with these injectable therapies. And i think people ask the wrong question like i only want to do a little bit. Why aren't you ask him. Why can't i be my best as much as possible. Yeah come on it that way. They think i'm gonna get away with the shortcut because it costs money will so does eating well and working out and doing all the things that you know wearing the clothes you wear. That costs money to you. Put the same question for how you want to feel and perform. Yeah no i agree. And i know there's a lot of i mean people really swear by any d. and that's why like i said i take i take turn i i take this pro version and i know it saw it's an are and i think it's a craze agai- i forget where i am but in the wellness space. I feel there's a lot of talk about any d. confusion about any and but there's a lot of other benefits. So what are the overall like. It does help you. Cognitively said focus. So the way i think about it affects the nervous system for sure assistant. Okay all right your immune system. Does it over again. Let's start with the nervous system so it's going to help with your mood help. If you're anxious we've a lot expend the rest of that giving case studies how people it's benefitted during zaidi depression their mood. It helps people from traumatic brain injuries. Again we treated very a tell you a quick story. just this just happened. We had a patient. He's in the army and then in in the got to start from there joined the police force and he was bad helicopter accident and got paralyzed from the knees down and he was referred to us by a former navy. Seal came to our office this week and we do and we also combined some kademi. He did your treatments and You know this guy has a ton of ptsd y- y so much anxiety depression just he needs a lot of help but after two treatment so he. This was on tuesday night after meeting called me. He said i. I need some help. I can't i can't be by myself. So we went and picked him up and spent the night with him. Jeff night yeah talk. Talk talk through it. Yeah to to help him. We spent you know before he went to bed several hours with him. Just you know helping him understand that like we're just getting started like this is going to be a new world for you. You're not going to be who you were before. But there's so much more free to explore and a lot of that comes from the. Nhc helping you know kind of switch that nervous system around the ketamine helped open them up. Surrender to being able to have those thoughts so talk about ketamine then. There's a lot of talk about that helping with and depression and again another another one that. Yeah and so. What we've found is again because we've been doing this. A while combination of peptides and ketamine for someone who wants to think their best and have the best outlook and to help their nervous system respond and operate in the highest level that that combination that trifecta. There's nothing quite like. Oh it's amazing and so ketamine receptor antagonist. What that means is to keep it simple late. So that controls the neurotransmitter glutamate in the nervous system. Glutamate is probably the most needed. Neuro transmitter for forming are consolidating memories so most of our personality is formed before the age of five for sure and most of us have some ptsd related to milestones. Not being met doesn't have to major trauma abuse and neglect nothing. You can just be you just miss a milestones or things didn't work out. A lot of that happens through again sensory experience that you then process through your nervous system to form a memory and so what ketamine does. Because it's an enemgy receptor antagonist it slows down that glutamate across that neuron or group. Then you are able to literally see things a little bit differently and beaulieu slowdown. You're thinking you get a lot of insight and clarity. While at the same time you're helping your neurons make new connections to consolidate new memories to have a new perceived reality in your world and so that's why it's very powerful than the ptsd setting. You'd literally help someone heal that trauma very quickly. Wow yeah and then we combined with any d- because any of these kind of the fuel and then he's awesome peptides on board. Like i said that one peptide see increase beaten now. You've got this combination where you're set up this nervous system for success story and so can you see what happens. If you solely take kevin me and not take any. I peptide is going to have benefits on its own. So there's a lot of clinics. Now they're popping up again using intravenous ketamine right we don't use it. Intravenously used intramuscularly. Because we like to use intravenous entity. But if you weren't doing that would you use it. Intramuscularly are now. We don't really ever use kademi itself because no because again a lot of people doing that and again. There's a lot of people making a lot of money on that which they don't need to be because it's berry berry inexpensive by the way academy super inexpensive but people are charging a ton of money for it is what it is but what we do is will combine ketamine within a d. And see how people do then. We created a nasal spray which has ketamine oxytocin in it. That people can do at home. Oxytocin the social hormones rises safe nasal spray with kennedy. Yes and oxytocin. Yes and you can get figured that out but it's been life changing for so many. I mean i talked to people every week said this has been life changing again going back to this premise of like. I don't wanna just put bandaids on things for people. I don't want people just to take this medicine. We make a little progress like we wanted to transform. People's lives ketamine to one of those tools. Wow so what would it do for the again. When i don't mean the word average like that i just be some who doesn't have post traumatic stress disorder or they haven't had a major trauma. They're aware of sure so can do for somebody who just wants to be a optimal at their best healthy for sure. Well i think a lot of us besides the physical optimizations cognitive physical. I'm talking just clarity of mine thoughts and then being able to make your own connections understand the bigger picture in life finding meaning in all of these nasal spray. Yes how is that possible. It's because it's the ketamine snake oil it does and there's a lot of people who would say it's such but we've been doing this for years and again i get to talk to people all the time about this. Certainly every week or timing. It's been transformed their life. How much is this nasal spray. It just depends so. I mean probably anywhere from about one hundred fifty dollars a month and what is it so you spray and you know and there's different ways you know. It also helps people obviously to doing meditation right and that's become very popular have to. I'm not a good human. Unless i meditate right right. We'll ketamine will enhance the meditation experience. Because again tanner. My running. is my minute meditation. Yeah so but it will enhance that meditation experience. Because again it slows down the higher processing centers of your brain is like we'd different different. What happens if i smoke weed and then take that spread probably of a really good time la. This kind of civil. No they've different flavors. What's nice about both right so obviously you don't have any on you. Why did you come bearing gifts so so you know. Obviously training you better yeah. Marijuana obviously is becoming legalized now. We recognize all of the health benefits. Right certainly safer than alcohol. Lot of good to come from the healing properties. I mean ketamine is piggybacking on that. So it's again different. Molecules doing different things. But at the same time we're helping people to handle modulate stress in their world in a more healthy manner than okay just drinking all day so wait. But if you're taking the kennedy the nasal spray the ketamine with oxytocin and the that combo. What does that combo like. You must be happy all day where you're experience only last about our very calming addicted to. I'm sure you could great feeling oxytocin isn't i would imagine is great for drug addicts. It'd be taken. This could be taking that you can take well just helping to repair a brain. That's not working well right so if we look at what happens with addiction good too far down this rabbit hole but in many ways addiction is the way i look is in. I think we got it wrong in this country because we treat addiction the we say the opposite of addiction and sobriety. If you if you re focus on say dobson addiction is actually connection for most addicts there. They become addicted to heroin or cocaine. Whatever because that became the first hug in their life right. And if you also take that away and don't replace that some other purposeful meaningful thing. Why would they ever stop right. Yeah they wouldn't so we're ketamine actually were any d- comes in is is very the most powerful thing we've ever found a turnoff cravings only takes about two or three treatments and they don't have craving for tobacco anything gotten people off oxycontin alcohol. You name it. We got them off that stuff and then you can potentially use ketamine on the back end to help. Provide some purpose and clarity to their thinking. So then you give them the bigger picture of okay. I don't wanna continue taking a substance to feel better. I need to find a different purpose. Life okay and so if you're just someone who just wants to be a high performer. You can take it to be more focused. More alert more creative. Yeah salute on your thinking understand. What's happening if your problem solving wonderful for problem solving things it's good for other benefits like that's not enough but i mean gave workout on it. It's very calming. it's it's you. Yeah you could watch well if you watch a movie or you watch. Tv on it you. It gets a little weird because you start understanding the intentions of the people and the people no joke like you see like i understand that what the director was trying to do in the scene. Think we italian racist smoking. we basically. it's a different feeling different experience. And do you take this all the time. Not all the time but you take some time for sure. Well this is interesting. So i want a girl like and so i asked you what the fast in any d- talked about of you know hormones peptides What else can i even that. What else can i ask you. Is there anything else that you're doing over there in south carolina that i should be we do i mean we. We do a lot of energy to do. A lot of ib's we have actually Red light there. We actually have an intravenous laser. We use people where we shine the light inside there being. Now that's interesting. I've been doing this red light for my bad knees. I was never the information now. I'm doing it for my face. They say it's great for like fine lines and else how does it. How do you do use an iv. He's a fiber off the right lane. We have a couple of callers light. So we we put in a fiber optic kind of thread into the ib catheter. And then you cook a diet laser diode so we'll send red blue green yellow people doing that here. I have no idea. And what does it will start with if we get this practice opened here. We'll definitely do it here. What is it well just like your but just well. You're using red light because you're using it as an anti inflammatory tool to shine on a specific region on your body when you shine intriguing. So you're getting every year. Yes it's just a different approach thought of that. I certainly didn't but there's a laser from germany that we bought our people actually using it and we use it. We use a lot so we use. We do a lot of x. zone. That's what i have here. I didn't ask me yet right over. Here what is that exorcisms our. Aco there so they're not live cells. We think of them like the envelope that carries the message like stem cells basically signaling molecules. So when you take x zones like stem cells you're going to signal for an anti inflammatory cascade to go wherever you put it so we do it intravenously because then we can hit the whole body but say you knee injury. The local injection rule take x. Zooms will mix it with some peptide like and some other things. It's like stem cells injected into your knee. And then we'll give you ib stem cells in. Shine the light on you. And that's when we great success with that for local injuries. So how is accidental. Different than a stem cell stem cells. Alive so a lot of them come from publicly donated umbilical cords Mostly from cesarean section tested filtered make sure but the difference is Xs zones are aco. They're not live cells. Where stem cells are live cells. Right i think x. Are going to survive survive longer than stems. Yeah there's gonna be a lot more scrutiny about stem cells because the fda because they're live cells and how you manipulator use the cells is coming into question whereas x. zones there not live cells but they're still signaling molecules will likely replace. Prp if you're familiar with pure play the rich plasma because there's so much stronger on the regenerative side because we use that prp when you get micro needling beauty things that with ex zones us instead of prp and what happened. So we'll do micro kneeling or we'll do different laser treatments. Open up the pores and topically. You can rub on axioms. We've sent people home with the x. Zooms to do it later in the day or that evening to get more regenerative effect. This is amazing. I wish i lived in south carolina new for like a couple of months to get all we do. We have people i mean. Every week people come to our office and my wife runs the aesthetic side. And so we'll we'll do the we do all the regenerative side and the people income for your excellent ketamine mother. They're going to get cool. Peel trachsel all that they can do all in the same place. And so it's it's that premise. Serve people look good. They want to feel good in verse and they look they wanna feel good we can do it all and combine and really the magic and the cool part going into the futures. Combining all these therapies and safeway's that really accelerate how quickly we can make ground. Wow this is amazing. I've learned something. I feel like i've learned something else feel that they've also learned something. I'm not. I'm a little more. I'm more confused but yet and stay on some things. But i'm not confused. I sometimes a lot of time. You have too much information at once. You can get a little bit confusing but you do a lot of cool. We do not very privileged very privileged. And we're big fans of people trial and error. That's the way people learn. Yeah you can read about it all day long. Talk about until you and try injecting peptide and you. How do you know i out. And i want people have all the options. I don't want to be like oh you can't use a peptide or you can't use a hormone. Don't do that. why not. That's the only way you're going to do. it's true. it's trial and error. So how do people know fi find you know about how did they get more information. If they're curious to main source. One is our website which is connor wellness dot com and on instagram. It's really only social media. We do at connor bonus and We enjoy talking about this video series. We did for kobe about immune system optimization where it couvert all these topics i think we've twelve or thirteen different videos. People can watch just to learn. More educated. People are and for better for worse a lot of people doctors and practices jumping into the space. Because they say oh. This is the next thing. And there's not a lot of knowledge that comes from that and so what we do training. We have people literally positions come to charleston every single week and spent a day with us where we are an open playbook and we want to collaborate with them to help them help their patients. Because that's incredibly the more people doing this stuff to better for all of us. Wow well thank you so much for being on the thanks for having me this great talking about this stuff. So thank you good. You can come back again. And i'm going to try some of these things do like a recap together and i'll say this is good. I hate that that type of i wouldn't say i would have. I don't think i would. I really appreciate you being. Thank you appreciate all right guys. We're out by habits. Us time to get to stay up on the ground. Don't stop keep it going. Habits and us from netanyna summed la hosted by jennifer coen. Visionary soon then you can get not be inspired you at this moment excuses. 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Bidens Tulsa Racism | Guests: Gov. Greg Abbott & Sen. Mike Lee | 6/2/21

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Can you tell me the first time you heard anybody tell you about black wall street. Yes i can definitely tell you. In fact i can tell you the first eight hundred ninety seven times someone talking told me about black wall street and all of came from a talk radio host named glenn beck who continually now emphasize. This part of our history stand. I got it okay. So i may have gone on and on a few times but i found it fascinating that i never learned it in school. I don't know anybody that did. And i thought it was a very important part of history. Now what is the important part of black wall street. Do you think's do well. Basically i think the important thing if i've been watching the news correctly. Is that people today. White people today would do that all over the country if it was not for. Joe biden ya. Yeah i did get that impression. But that's not the important part of black wall street. Let me let me explain. The tulsa massacre tulsa was as powerful and as as accomplished just outside of tulsa city limits with black people. Black people left the south. They got away from the reconstructions. They got rid of got away from all of the democrats. They got away from the clan or so. They thought which was the enforcement arm of the democratic party. Look it up so they went to also and they came in droves and they were more successful than white people they they created this town that had more banks per capita had movie theater. I think maybe even a couple of movie theaters. They were wildly wildly successful. Well that drove the clan aka the democrats crazy long story short. They came in and they burn the town to the ground. They killed thirty nine people. The clan actually had built a concentration camp. It was a horrible horrible time in our history but again it was done by the clan aka the democrats joe biden is the first democratic president. He said new one hundred years ago. And i i under the first president to to ochoa to ever visit here again. Now you're not joe. Republicans haven't had a hard time going to tulsa oklahoma. In fact you made fun of donald trump saying he was going to have a superspreader event in tulsa oklahoma. Do you remember you just happen to be the first democrat president. Yeah that's it do. Don't you're the first democrat to return to the scene of your crimes tulsa oklahoma. He was there yesterday on race related issues. And i like this an awful lot. I think it's i mean. I never viewed it this way stu now that the president has said it makes you think. Maybe i'm the one who's racist. He said you know black owned preneurs. You're a woman our justice capable. Wait and don't brewers. Now if he had period there we could all agree but he didn't but you know they don't have lawyers or accountants. they don't have lawyers or accountants. Incredible black entrepreneurs don't have that now that's new to me credible. It was a member of the poor kids. Just smart as white kids like this is a mistake. It's not a flub. it's not a gaffe. It is in his belief system. He believes people who are not white are inferior in a lot of different ways and that he has the democratic party does yes and that he has to fix it he he needs to your trillions of dollars to fix those things because it's unfair black people can't get. Id's they can't they can't get. They can't get into account when they need. It can't run a business by themselves because all whitey needs to step in to help them do it. It's it's it's a despicably racist line of thought. And joe biden it is it may not even be with bad intent but it is so deep inside of his belief system. He can't avoid blooding it out. It's not just him. It's this is the way the democrats look the democrats say earn your. You can't catch you know. People just can't get an id course. They can find their way to get a passport. They can get. They can find their way to getting a vaccine passport. Got the vaccine but we need more money because they don't know how to make an appointment. They don't know how to make an appointment. Were no they. Don't you know. I just here needs to help them out. They need an id card and will help them out on that and you know they don't really know how to use the internet. These are things he's actually said they don't know how to use the internet. We're not they're not actually people you know because i think that's the next thing to come out of his mouth. This is the most racist group of people i have ever met. They just think that all. I've got to go rescue. I just got to go rescue all of the black little babies because they're never gonna learn how to read and they're never going to learn how to use the internet and if i don't rescue them they could fall into the clutches of somebody who says believe in yourself. You can do it when they're not capable of doing it. Well i mean they're just as capable unless it comes to finding an accountant because that so complex sure they're just as capable you know they have ideas and stuff but they don't know how to call it a turney. I'd hate to break it to joe. But here's the thing. Some black people are accountants. Them no your mind on that would is this world coming to blacks your counter and snow next. They'll be doctors. Yeah no that's it is so insane so it is so insulting and how would win. You're kidding about blacks being doctors rage. How this is not seen as the absolutely you know. They think it was george w bush. Who said the the soft bigotry of low expectations. You know this is an entire half of the country. Who views minorities as less capable. And i know they say that's not what they're saying it is what they're saying. They are saying they are less capable of doing basic menial tasks. We need to be there to assist black people in getting identification. You know who you know who doesn't believe that black people african americans have absolutely no trouble getting drivers licenses and when you ask them the question. Should you have a driver's license to vote. You know what they say in overwhelming numbers. Of course you should and yet that is that is projected to the american people as this racist idea. You're just trying to as the new york times caused the yesterday. The nationwide campaign to clamp down on voting. What are you talking about. Having identification is not a campaign to clamp down on voting and is ridiculous summary of that. And yet i think it's what a lot of american people think because it's what the media says all the time well. We reached out to the white house. And shockingly we do have one of their communications experts. I don't. I haven't even received the name but i understand. He's on the phone do we. Do we have a spokesperson now. Hello yes yes yeah the. It's your speaking. We're live on the air. Wherever i'm calling from sun city florida city florida. That's where my officers are. I'm telecommuting because i happen to be voted to this virus. Not covert brick and virus virus. Okay a immediately right okay. Appreciate that Can you can you tell me please about the president and what he said. yesterday about. Blacks don't have accounts in a lawyer is very true. The black person. Who am i using the correct term. The the black browser not really he s. It's very difficult you Are white and therefore you are able to dire a telephone and communicate with someone like an accountant. Black people don't are a hell kilometers. You you have to understand if you happen to be black. If you don't have calculators you calculate so's you. You don't really know to add or subtract and joe biden judged just needs about three trillion dollars to solve that We know really. Oh yes three trillion dollars. You'll buy so. Is that how you're gonna fix this. You're gonna buy black people calculators abacus forever black person that's the new joe biden proposal really now some might say. This sounds very very racist. We're not racist. We think we have high expectations for the black person For example we believe someday black people will be able to drive cars now. We don't have scientific backing on that yet but we believe the research will prove there's already driving within with dr congo's All already driving cars and this is why of course. We're working on many of these problems in the by administration tried to solve right. You know the i. The problem of native americans not having fireman That s fireman eskimos. Do not have forks working on a forks for eskimos program right now. And why is it. Why can't chinaman have cast rented andrologist. I don't know when we can. We can come together and saw basic problems because by north are incapable of doing it for the day. Okay day and. I know you're racist. Audience isn't going to understand this but we believe one day in the future if we can come together under the joe biden presidency. One day blacks will be able to bake cakes on their own. Not with an oven. That would be dangerous of course but a microwave oven a microwave from betty crocker. We believe it's possible cakes. We can engineer a black man to be able to use a microwave. We believe it's possible as okay. I'll caltech can get if people can get help from betty crocker woman right now out. I'm thinking about right. I i had a betty crocker about one hundred years ago. Oh bad you're going to go now. Here's our this f our. It is patriot mobile. Something's going on with patriot. Mobile right now where you can get fifty percent off your first month's service and enter to win cellular service for life plus a free patriots starter. Kit patriot mobile has the broadest nationwide coverage and uses the same cell towers. All the major carriers so you can get the same great service. 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Well no it wasn't the white residents of tulsa it was the clan the clan the clan of tulsa which was the enforcement arm of the democratic party leaving thousands homeless biden referred to the massacre as an act of hate and domestic terrorism. Then he went on to say. I thought after you guys who you guys. What do you mean. I thought after you guys pushed through the voting rights act in the civil rights act. I thought we'd made tremendous progress. And i was so proud to be a little part of it. He said this. To reverend jesse jackson who was sitting in the audience. But what. I really didn't realize that haiti's never defeated in only hides it ides and it gives a little bit of oxygen by its its readers. It comes out from under the rock is if it never went away. He said according to the us intelligence community terrorism from white supremacy is the most only fil threat to the homeland today. Not isis not al qaeda not antifa white supremacists. Wow that's a you know we are repeating so much of the nineteen thirties is shocking to me. You keep saying things as if it were true and it becomes true. Who do we learn that from stu. Back in the nineteen thirties. There was this guy. What was his name. looked like charlie chaplin moustache. I remember that. I don't remember his name though. Yeah i mean that's exactly what he does. He just keeps you. Just keep repeating the lie and it eventually becomes true. I realize hate was never defeated. It only hides. Yes why why. Why because it's a human condition. That's joe why we have religion now. Some religions teach you to go boom in a crowded area other religions. Say don't go boom instead. Change your heart and give hate out of your heart. And soften your heart with love and compassion and empathy and sympathy and kindness. No government is ever going to give you that. No government can bring those things out of you now. He also said that He's going to propose new rules what we need more new rules. It's to award. Minority owned businesses fifty percent more contracts ignoring affair bidding process to lessen the racial wealth gap. This is this whole thing is. It's redistribution of wealth. Yes it's reparations without ever calling reparations that's exactly what is happening. Under the biden proposal the administration would aim to increase the amount of federal contracting dollars given to small disadvantaged businesses by fifty percent over five years accounting for an additional one hundred billion dollars in funding for those businesses. How can you give them any money. Joe they don't have accountants they don't have lawyers. They might lose the money that we like. Where did i have it. I wish i had the brains to be able to find an accountant instead. I just put all that money in one of my shirts and now i can't remember what shirts in a joe i know. You can relate to that you lose things. 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Abbot joins us now from the great state of texas to talk about the walkout of the the democrats. Hello governor abbot. How are you sir. I'm doing great how you doing very good. Congratulations first of all on your Your endorsement of donald trump for For a governor of texas. Well thank you very much. He called me yesterday to tell me about it and to visit with me. He is in great spirits And he's fired up ready to go And you know one thing That that he and i have worked on together when he was president. But he's very excited about and that is everything that we're doing to secure the border. I've got so much good news in the coming weeks to talk about what we're doing to better secure the border but also he's fired up in appreciates the effort they were putting in to make sure that we achieve election integrity in the great state of texas. All right. so. Let's talk about that. And i do wanna touch on the border. Because i'd love to hear some good news. Border patrol agents say they see a three thousand percent increase in convicted sex offender arrests. Just in the del rio sector. So i'd like to just touch on that but let's let's go to what's happening with the the texas state house with the democrats walking out. Well listen if you go to any job as some of your listeners are going to jobs as we speak right now if they walked out on their job that would be unacceptable and it's unacceptable in the state capital also for people to walk out on the job. They can stay in debate. They can vote against bills. They can do whatever they want to do. But is is wrong just to leave your job. And that's why they will be coming back to finish up the job that they walked off of and that's why we'll be adding special session In the coming days. I'll make an announcement about win. That special session will be and included on that special session. Agenda is going to be The law that they abandoned And that is vote to ensure that we do have election integrity in texas. That will stop cheating an illegal voting in this state We'll make it easy to vote but hard to cheat. So what is this law. Because they're saying this is just draconian. This is gonna take away the rights of anybody. Who wants to vote other than for a republican. What is the law actually do. This is hilarious because of the contrast of what picture is being painted by the democrats in the mainstream media and that is what the law actually does. It increases not decreases the the hours that people have to vote in the state of texas based upon in comparison to state law. What happened in the last election is harris county alone. They decided they were going to create vote on the senate texas which they had zero to do and they added twenty four hour. Voting has never been authorized and state laws never happened instead of texas And so yes we are going to limit twenty four hour goading and let me tell you why. And that's because one component of texas election law is to have poll-watchers out there watching what's going on in the polls and we may not be able to have people at at two. Am or three a m out there watching the polls and that could lead to lack of integrity and election process but if you compare it to pre existing state law we're adding hours but but get this glenn. And that is you know they they talk about the texas law having voter suppression because of the limited hours all that kind of stuff. Well let's let's compare texas law To the law of the great state of delaware where joe biden voted in the election. Last election voted in every election in the past and we have far more hours of voting in the state of texas. Then that they have it in the state of delaware so people wanna talk about hours of voting leading voter suppression people should be going after delaware for voter suppression. Not the great state of texas. Well you are against the souls for the polls which i thought originally was you know the campaign to get dead people to vote for the democrats but that is that is something where you can leave church and immediately go to vote. But apparently the democrats don't want that our break in between i don't know why but why are we. Why are we saying no you. You have to wait until one o'clock on a sunday couple of things about that i is that Pre existing state law requires a minimum number of to vote on that one sunday during early voting and what s b seven did the new proposed election on the state of texas it added an additional minimum minimum requirement of hours on sunday to go vote. Then yesterday i heard something interesting. I had not heard before that is There was a clerical error in what's called the legislative council drafted up the bill Where It was travis. Cardi's dame state representative sane. Did the air was. It was supposed to be Beginning at eleven o'clock not beginning. One o'clock i don't know those details something that we're going to be looking into to find out the truth But bottom line is the sunsets. All this The souls of the polls. That's not going to be interrupted whatsoever. The case may be but the important thing for people to walk away from no and that is texas actually added an additional minimum requirement for the number of hours For people to be able to vote on sundays and everyone gets that wrong so they walked out because they are hoping that people are going to rise up and stand with them. I don't see that happening. Is there any consequence for them. Walking out other than having to come back to work right now. There is Because as you may have noticed i've vetoed The legislative budgets so the the legislature I haven't had vetoed it yet because as it re reached my desk i told the public i was going to veto was called article ten of the texas budget and that funds the though the legislature In so they need to get back to work And they will have the chance to vote to reinstate their budget but People don't get paid for walking off the job. They get paid for showing up for their job. Okay well that's changing in american. How as well. I'm glad that we're not changing here. In texas border patrol says three thousand percent increase in convicted sex offender arrests in just the del rio sector. We are pushing through this rate about two million people through our border. What is being done. Because you're not hearing anything from the media or from the biden administration harris vice-president harris's harissa in charge of it. Have you heard from her so During the in the entire during their entire presidency of the biden administration haven't heard from the president haven't heard from the vice president The only interaction which is extremely minimal involve secretary may orcas But they have completely abandoned post as it concerns the texas border so texas is stepping up the. Let me tell you what we have done and what we are about to do what i what i did. Beginning in march is i deployed a thousand texas department of public. Safety officers to the border deployed the national guards to the border and they've made Well over a thousand arrests of some of these criminals that you're talking about They've apprehended more than thirty three thousand illegal immigrants coming across the border. But because of what you're saying because the way the administration has abandoned the border we're now Elevating our gang. What i did yesterday. Is i in response to more than a dozen counties along the border including The county in which del rio was in which is about birdie county I granted their request for a disaster declaration. Typically see disaster declaration by governor Respond something like a hurricane or a flood or something like that This is the first time that i'm aware of where it was declared for a public safety disaster. A public safety disaster where you have the farmers and ranchers being overrun. Their fences torn down There cadillac out hickel's or the homes invaded whatever. The case may be Is a total disaster as declared by these local counties. Did i agree to support. And so this will will add additional texas resources. Glenn going to also add some new strategies that we are coming up with that. I'll be talking with these local officials about and that is this and that is We are going to step up. And we're going to begin arresting everybody coming across the border in charging them with criminal trespass and putting them in jail. They're coming here and thinking they're going gonna get the biden free ride and get to go wherever they want to go. Not in the state of texas. We're going to start arresting them writing left and putting them behind bars telling them they. They came into the wrong state. Let me explain. One last thing about this glenn because a lot of people are about what i'm to tell you because some people say well why don't you just stop them from coming across the border or immediately and then back You may recall jan brewer. Who was a former governor of arizona. And when she was governor of arizona they passed a law that did say they had the authority To measly stop people from coming across the border that they did have the authority to send them back across the border that went all the way to the supreme court in a case of the name of which was arizona versus the united states. The united states supreme court said that anything about Stopping people from coming across the border anything about sending people back across the border. That was Get that thirty was given solely to the federal government so with regard to stopping people from coming across the border. That's the federal government's job. However was they step foot in our state we can arrest them For any crime that we can charge him with and when i declare a disaster like i have what that automatically does. It increases a notch of the criminal violation. So let's say that before yesterday so criminal violations portrush pass Was either a class. C or class b misdemeanor. Going up to a class. B or class a. Misdemeanor and the jail time will be longer at the consequences will be more severe. You're gonna you're gonna see cages again. You're going to hear all of that. Are you prepared for the the media. Onslaught of just texas is a monster. We're prepared to see a reduction in the number of people coming across the border because texas is enforcing the law period. Could for you governor. Thank you so much governor. Greg abbott from the great state of texas real estate agents. I trust dot com by the way. There's a new poll out that i have to share with you. Political poll the left thinks. And so of i. I've been afraid that this was going to weaken the resolve of texas having all of these californians and everybody else come in a no not according to a new poll. If you're thinking about moving someplace if you're thinking about moving to texas. I mean i think we should. We should have a shot before you come. I mean not. Everybody would like it here. You know if you're a wigner you're not gonna like it here so you shouldn't come but if you're looking for a move across town or even across the country we can help you with the right real estate agents in that area so you're going to know you're going to have somebody that you can trust. Somebody most likely that listens to this program so has the same kind of value in outlook on life as you do. And they have the best practices in the area. So i want you to go to real estate agents. I trust dot com. This is a free service to you. We'll just help weed people out so you can get a good start and a leg up on what a good real estate agent looks like in your area or across the country real estate agents. I trust dot com. Go there now. The name says it all real estate agents. Trust dot com. This is the glenn beck program stu to tell me. Tell me the biggest fear of texans with everybody moving into the state. don't come to texas and turn texas into new york or california or some other place that we do not want correct. I have a special on tonight. The wednesday night special is with dave rubin and a he goes through what's happening in california and it is a bloodbath in california and the good news is the biden administration says a california's the new model. No my gosh. What of course. That's the model. I mean these people are i mean. Maybe they can't get accountants. I'm not sure. I'm not sure but in my lifetime i'd like to see them have to get an attorney if you know what i mean anyway. There has a lot of growth in texas and florida. According to the census bureau between two thousand fifteen and twenty nineteen. So this isn't even with co vid. Three point eight million people move just texas. Two point. Seven moved in from other states. One point one million. Move to texas from puerto rico or foreign nations thirteen percent of texas population of twenty nine million people in only half a decade. Forty percent of texans are not born in texas. Now all right. So what does that mean. Well according to the texas tribune and ut austin survey in twenty thirteen the political orientation of californians. That are moving. In the californian arrivals were fifty seven percent conservative compared to twenty seven percent liberal. Okay now according to a new exit poll in two thousand eighteen over the past five years twenty nine percent of the three point. Eight million new arrivals are from overseas. Other than about fifteen thousand annually from puerto rico or other island territories They are eligible to vote immediately. Some fourteen percent of the arrivals come from south. Atlantic seaboard region stretching from washington dc to florida thirteen percent hailing from the pacific region. Texas policy foundation conducted two polls registered voters. They say that native texan support trump over hillary clinton by seven point margin. The transplant supported trump by twelve point margin so texas may be getting stronger. The glenn beck program all right. I our sponsor is my patriot supply. We are being dismantled. I don't know if you heard about the the cyber attack on the meat industry yesterday we were talking about it yesterday and cyber attack now. This means meat is going to be even more expensive. Perfect perfect may. I suggest my patriot supply. What are we wanna admit it or not. Were facing tough times ahead. And with a storage of -mergency food. I think it's a wise wise deal and you can save twenty five percent off now a full month's supply of food delicious calorie rich meals which the whole family will love. It's actually really really good stuff and you should have it new. Should have it four weeks supply. Twenty five percent off now. my patriot supply. It's preparewithglenn dot com. You were about to hear fusion of entertainment and and white dress. The glenn beck program. Yesterday barack obama was quoted as saying that joe biden is finishing the job. He started with his staff. It's very true. The question is what is the job if it's if it's killing the american spirit killing capitalism the the real frontier of the pioneer spirit. If that's what it's really all about. He's right he's right. There is something called the The endless frontier act. Oh wow that sounds good except you know by now everything that is named any kind of bill that's named and it sounds good is exactly the opposite. We go to senator. Mike lee in sixty seconds program. Legend has it that one day drifter road into town breaking through the stillness. 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A new technology directorate within the national science foundation ends up throwing around about two hundred billion dollars much of going directly to the national science foundation. People who have been known overtime to spend millions of dollars studying such cutting edge questions. Like how long does it take a panda bear to go to the bathroom and in this. They tried to basically out compete china at china's own game. We're going to beat china by developing much more of a command and control authoritarian approach toward technology development and entrepreneurial spirit that this is the china way of doing. This is how we lose. We cannot and will not ever be china. China's own game. We have to beat china by playing our game better and our game involves free markets. It involve civil society and it involves recognizing the proper role of government and leading government outside of everything else. So this is your member the The if you will the state of the union speech that joe biden gave beforehand. He talked to reporters and he said you know. There's a great debate. And i know which side i'm on but there's a great debate right now. On whether a democracy something is great his hours can actually compete against russia and china because they can move so much faster basically. He was arguing for fascism or communism. And this is the fruition of that. This is the the fruit of that question. He didn't believe in the united states system. He does believe in command and control. And this is is to is to what i mean. It's too we all get together. And when i say we the government minds get together and say hey we should develop this technology and then suddenly we do it. Not look at this. Were happening or another country. This sort of approach to developing technology and economics and their ability to compete. If it were occurring in another country would we'd have words for those. And i think you use a form of the word fascism a minute ago. Sort of the word we use when we see industry and government combining and saying we're gonna make everything more efficient by developing their command control economy and this one is a country with the worst human human rights record imaginable. And and we're going to try to be like them but my view is that we ought to decrease regulation and not invest in regulatory bodies instead of chilling it if competition we decentralized power and champion trust in the private sector And and we had a simplified and cut taxes not offshore jobs we ought to use their critical minerals and not let them languish when he department with our allies and not restrict fair trade. We need to harvest timber. Not oregon's when you devalue families and not diminish them and we ought to be encouraging entrepreneurship. Not crony capitalism. We ought to strengthen our markets not government. This does the opposite of all those things. And we've got to defeat this so this is really the great reset this part of that whole thing. That's coming out of the The what is it. The economic council. The the stu help me out here. The economic forum Out of out of europe. The this is the idea. It is fascism. And it's a public private partnership And the government picks the winners and the losers and you know you can get all kinds of help. The united states government. If you're playing ball and you are creating the things they want people to create. It is the definition of fascism. And that's sort of system by the way works out really well. If you were wealthy and well-connected it works out at all. If you don't have friends in government and you're not already wealthy but the increases restrictions on entry this makes it impossible for the lean mean machine who comes along with just a good idea makes it very very difficult than it does so in the guise of economic development. Which really really sad. This is This is going to be something that rever will tarnish harm in pair upward economic mobility which has been one of the hallmark characteristics of our economic system. So are there enough people in in the senate to call. That will stand against this. There are a growing number of senators. Who don't want to support this As of a week ago this bill was looking very likely to pass We were afraid we had good reason to believe that it was going to pass by last thursday a small handful of us decided to stay up all night and keep the senate in session and keep debating on this to delay of thought we were able to delay the vote until This coming monday but It's going to be a close folk not clear whether it will pass yet. We can stop it. Who are the who are the senators that that the who's the who are the senators that should be targeted with kind phone calls saying hey please i know you're on the fence support. Do not support this bill. It is A safe way of putting it is communicate that to all senators whether you're Whether you have reason to believe that your senator might have have cast procedural votes in favor of this thing beforehand or not just to assume that they might otherwise be tempted to support it and you'll be safe because most members of the us senate have at one point or another expressed degree of support for this. Some of them are learning more about it. So if everybody just communicates we don't like this And we're getting a much better position. I know they reduce it. I i know they reduce the number. They went from like a two hundred billion dollars to twenty billion this. You can't even open this door. you can't open the door. am i wrong well it. You're wrong that this is a toned down version of this. I mean this things gotten bigger. He's gotten more expensive not less so but you are absolutely right at the minute. You start to say. We're going to start to be like china. a little. That means were some house going to become more efficient or that. We're somehow going to become a system. That's more friendly to the small time entrepreneur. Who doesn't have big connections in government and isn't already wealthy. You can't open that door because many open it you. You're going down a path. It's bad se- glenda saul focuses on misapprehension about what government is government doesn't have is to see you. It doesn't have a heart to love you. It doesn't have arms to embrace you. Government is only one thing and that's force force and the ability to collect taxes true force once we remember that feature then we start to utilize government for that which only government can do to protect us to protect life and property and occasionally can help us out with Some public good type arrangements like roads but other than that. We didn't keep government out because government doesn't do command and control economy. Well i it's. It's not a possibility. This seems to presuppose that some of that is good. And it's not lemme change the subject here. We had a. We had a hack into an hour. One of our four meat processors It was Gb what is it. Be on one of the big media companies. It's a quarter. Yeah yeah it's a quarter of our meet a production gone now. They're getting back online. After the cyber attack lucia would apply to me that they've paid some sort of ransom if they camp if the united states government can't keep the cybercriminals away from j b s. or from the colonial pipeline. What good are they. This is the thing they should be concentrating on. This is their. This is their priority. According to the constitution is to keep us safe. What should be done because the the responses that i have heard about getting rid of crypto currency and everything else is just a nightmare. Look i'm i'm gonna state a somewhat controversial opinion. Here which is we got far too much consolidation anyway in the meat packing and processing industry Fact that that many people that few people control Like a fourth or a fifth of our meat packing meat-processing mystery in america is wrong in in fact ties in Someone indirectly but closely nonetheless to our previous conversation which is when you force a federal regulatory system on the entire nation even over things. That shouldn't require that in other words. There's no reason why the meat inspectors that inspect meat in utah. Idaho have to be the same ones. That inspect it in texas or new york shouldn't all have to go through a federal regulatory process. We didn't have that. We allowed states localities to do their own thing. They wouldn't be such a massive drive for consolidation. If there weren't such a massive dry for consolidation you wouldn't have as few points of vulnerability because you wouldn't have this kind of massive scale Accumulation of market control. This is independently concerning I am. I understand that the cyber attack aspects up at all or also very concerning those have got to be dealt with but the free market itself has incentive to protect itself from that. I don't necessarily want government. Taking control of all companies cybersecurity needs either because it will job at that but it out of your minimum clinton the federal government can stop creating a regulatory environment in which we ended up with a only a tiny percentage of a tiny number of meat processors and packers. That control everything. I don't know if you've been following but there's something really wrong. In the meat industry with the with the processors the the cattlemen are being screwed. Meanwhile the head of jbs says that You know it's going to become very very expensive. And that's why you're going to have to go to vegetable mate. Will they're one of the makers of vegetable beef and i just. I just think there is collusion and all kinds of incentive and there's only four of them one is chinese owned this is crazy and they are making profit like crazy while the farmers are being put out of business. They can't make money raising beef anymore. And i just don't think it's a coincidence if it's not it's not willing to federal government steps in demands that everything be regulated by the government and the government doing regulating always espy federal yet. Always creates market distortions. Those market distortions lead to assess the cumulation of power in the hands of few and bad in turn leads us to a very vulnerable position. Will you back a bill to investigate these meat. Packing companies absolutely grassley. I signed onto one. Yeah and do you trust the doj to be able to actually do that honestly. I trust the doj to be able to do. Its work in a way that is either on us or that. If it's not honesty it'll be discernible to a handful of us who will watch that closely. Mike i'm grateful that you're in the senate i know i know because i know you. How many times. You've thought i can't do this anymore. But i am. Grateful that you stand every single day and you take every you take every whip and and you dismiss it. And i'm i'm grateful for that. Thank you thank you glenn. God bless that is senator. Mike lee again. The name of the act that you need to call your senators on is the endless frontier act. A lot of people don't know what has happened with our patent industry as well. I'll tell you about that in sixty seconds. Tell you about omaha steaks boy. I tell you if there's ever been a time to load up on steaks it is right now. The price of meat is going to go through the roof this summer. It's omaha steaks. If you type back in the search bar you can get the get out and grill assortment. Now this is made for father's day it has twenty as he's guaranteed to love ultra juicy burgers plumped chicken breasts. The sides the desert and four. 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I i think it's really important to understand that What obama said is absolutely true what he said yesterday that joe biden is just finishing the job he started and he's finishing it with his staff. That's true everybody who is around. Joe biden. I'm sorry but joe biden is not the guy getting up and saying all right gang. Let's get together. Here's what we're gonna do today. I can almost guarantee he's the guy walking insane and you're what would have made you today. That's what's happening. he's not leading. he is just the guy that he's listening to all these people no matter what they're telling him i'm not sure if he's even getting the truth doesn't matter to me anymore but the people who are really running the show are the people in the administration that were all obama. People and obama has just verified that now when he says he's completing what he started. What was it he started. He started the fundamental transformation of the united states of america. 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Thank you so much for listening. I'm sorry i'm getting more and more convinced. Every day that there is no way that you could put all of these things together in a way where you know you were trying to build up america. What's happening is this administration is dismantling america in every way shape and form. So let me give you just a couple of highlights. We were just talking about the endless frontier act. The endless frontier act cannot pass. The endless frontier act is a way for the government to start to take all into him innovation. In under its purview. So it is a a directorate. Which i think stuart directorates isn't that right directly from the soviet union. It's a directorate. Now that directs because china's so fast. This is the argument that mussalini stalin and hitler made that the american continent could not compete because they could direct all of the resources quickly where the united states of america had to do it through the free market. And by the time you'd convince them it'd be over that's what's happening. Yeah i mean. History is littered with countries that said that they could defeat the free market with centralized control. You know it's a centralized control ends exactly the same. Yeah exactly the same. Every single time look venezuela. They were gonna fix that country. I'm telling you we are going to end as venezuela if we don't begin to stand up and demand that our voices be heard now so we were talking about the endless frontier. I want to show you a pattern. Here what have they done to businesses. They have closed all of our businesses and they have hurt the small business notice. The big businesses. Don't have a problem. They were allowed to stay open. But if you were a small business you were forced to close no special exemption for you. So all of the big corporations which are all going to be playing ball with the es from the economic forum. They're all playing ball they're all in with the government and they don't seem to be struggling but you are all right. What's happening with food. The farmer is struggling. The farmer isn't making it but the big huge a processing food processing plants and the food processors of america. Four of them. When it comes to meet. They're all making money hand over fist. Now there's a pattern okay. So let's go back to the american frontier act. American frontier act is a solution for joe. Biden's question during his state of the union address. Where he said you know we're going to have to see. Can america compete in this century. Can our free markets can our democracy compete against china and russia. Well he's already answered that question. That's why there's the endless frontier act notice that they also under barack obama put a new layer of bureaucracy into the patent office. The united states patent has always been it is one of the greatest reasons why we have succeeded in a nation. Now one of the guys who was instrumental with the with the patent is benjamin franklin. But he didn't patent any of his stuff. He felt that everyone should have a right to it. He didn't need the money it's cetera et cetera. He just wanted to change the world. Great that's a little like.and elon. Musk where he made a lot of his technology. Open patent free. That's great you can make that as an individual. But under obama he started a new administrative body in the patent office and this administrative body was to help the small inventor So if you invented something but then big bad google or facebook came out. And they said hey. We're doing this and they just start using. You had the patent on that technology you can fight them in court and it would take you know millions of dollars to fight against google most small time. People don't have the money mambi. Their blacks do joe biden said yesterday. You know if you're black you don't you don't have accountants and you don't have attorneys so maybe those people are only black. Well so let's we understand. Why black inventors. If there were such a thing. Joe biden. Don't sue but everybody else. They may have access but they don't have the money to fight against these big businesses. Even if you win in court it still has to go back to the patent office and these administrators look at it and wow they have found some real injustices being done. They have found that. Eighty percent of the patents. Claimed you know by the by the people of either small people eighty percent of those people. Were wrong it actually belong to the big question industry So they're cutting the legs off of now are inventors the small inventor who has his own little workshop by the way everything that was in that endless frontier act is exactly almost word for word. What eisenhower spoke about and warned us against it wasn't just the military industrial complex. It was the scientific and educational industrial complex that when government started funding research. There would be trouble. Well here we are gang. Are we awake enough. So that's what was started. That little administrative body was started under barack obama. What is joe biden. Oh joe biden now is just openly saying we're gonna take your patents if it's for something important we just have a right to take them. What does that do. But does that do to the companies that invent things that spend millions and millions and millions of dollars just to try to come up with something if the government can take it. If it's important it kills that now. What else is happening. Well they're killing private intellectual property rights. But if you go to the white house in you. Search for biden harris administration outlines america the beautiful initiative. You will also find that they are now going to preserve conserve and restore the lands the waters and the wildlife that support and sustain the nation. The recommendations are contained in a new report released outlining a locally lead and voluntary nationwide conservation goal to conserve thirty percent of us lands and waters by twenty thirty and to conserve fifty percent of us lands and waters by twenty fifty. Oh that's fantastic. So the report submitted to the national climate task force was developed by the us department of the interior agriculture commerce. And the white house council on environmental quality. But it's a very local kind of program. I want you to remember that remember. This is voluntary and very very local. Even though it came from the national climate task force the us department of interior agriculture and commerce in the white house council on environmental quality. Don't forget it all depends on you. ha now. It outlines eight principles that should guide the nationwide effort including a pursuit of collaborative approaches a commitment to supporting the voluntary conservation efforts of farmers ranchers and fishers and the of tribal sovereignty and private property rights. Now how do you take thirty percent of the property of america and make it federal property. How do you do that and keep in mind. All the property rights the private property life rights. Well it's all going to be. It's all going to be local support it. It's going to be it's gonna be you know people that just want to protect the lands and the waters and to boost the economy and support jobs. Nationwide that's because they're going to create more parks and more safe outdoor opportunities in nature deprived communities boy. Have i've seen one nature deprived community. I've seen them all. They're gonna support tribally lead conservation and restoration priorities. They're going to expand collaborative conservation of fish and wildlife. Habitats and corridors. So you know there might have to be some voluntary action with the fishermen saying. I'm not gonna fish these rivers anymore but those will be done voluntarily because people will just love it. They'll eat less fish. They'll eat less meat because it's just the right thing to do. There are also going to incentivize and reward. The voluntary conservation efforts officiers ranchers and farmers and forest owners. It's really going to be great. And then there create jobs by investing in restoration and resilience projects and initiatives including the civilian climate core. That's gonna be great. You know what we should take the climate core and if we could get young people involved in it we could get them to dress up little uniforms and give salutes and stuff and we could call them like the biden youth because he loves youth and it could be all voluntary. And if your family doesn't want to volunteer maybe you're biden. Youth could just say hey. I've got a problem in my family. Mom and dad don't wanna volunteer and then the government can maybe take them away for their own safety because it's getting dangerous out here. That's why they're trying to create a safe nature atmosphere. How are they going to do that. Because the only thing. I'm afraid of in nature are bears and mountain lions. I want a safe experience. Well then i should probably just go to a park not a national park not one where those big barriers live. Those should be off limits entirely because hey we can't disturb nature and they're very very dangerous And not everybody can go. It'd be inequitable Because there's a lot of people who don't have access to the outdoors you know kids in bubbles and things like that look what. They're doing look what they're doing destroying your property rights almost every step of the way they are destroying your business. Well because we have to. I mean we have to. We just have to covid. Gosh darn it. I didn't want to do that and who would have seen coming that. It was the big corporations that would you know actually succeeded through this and they didn't have a problem and it's a small guy. This is the beginning of the great reset. That is what's happening right now. And americans need to understand that and start to begin to gather together and and like minded people need to stand up and peacefully. Say we're not going any further. You know what is right. You know what the country was founded on. It's time we all stand up together and say no more. No more our sponsor. This half hour is wreck tech. If you live in my neck of the woods in texas you know. I know you're thinking over the weekend too bad. i can't grill with. There's been so rainy won't get good even cook on stakes. 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I'm sorry. You missed the very educational speech of joe biden. Where he said that. Black entrepreneurs are just as capable as white entrepreneurs but don't have accountants and attorneys really. I'd like to hear from some black entrepreneurs. You know if you know how to use a phone if you don't wait for help. The government will be there soon. Because you're you're you're totally capable but not capable. According to joe biden. I'd love to hear from a black conservatives this hour seven to seven b. e. c. k. Have you heard anything more offensive and more racist than this. We go there in just a second. Also it's going to be really hard because somebody in hollywood is in and she's somebody know has just been whipping people up. She's very very liberal. However they're trying to cancel her. Now do we sit and go ha ha or do we stand up and say this is wrong. I don't know. I don't know is really the way i want to go. We'll talk about that coming up in sixty seconds. 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It's american financing at eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty american financing dot net american financing. Mls one eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org. So stu let me bring you in to tell the story of poor little kimmy schmidt and i know you're is you have to be as torn on this story as i am. Yeah was partially so the stories. You're she's ellie kemper. She's the actress she was on the office. You remember her as aaron on the office. i dunno. she's to me like it's the type of person that you just look at and are happy because you look at like just to seeing. Her face makes me happy. I don't know what it is. Maybe it's just 'cause office fan right but apparently the internet has no such no such attachments and nobody happy on the internet. No everybody's miserable lake. We're like gosh. I can't understand why we can't solve these problems. Every time you go into social media. Everyone's awful. I wonder what the cause could be. Hold on the rant but so ellie kemper an actress. She is in trouble now twitter trouble. She's about to be cancelled in the midst of being cancelled by not just twitter of course but multiple large media organizations who have now decided to jump on this bandwagon. The way she's way she's in twitter jail as she done anything on twitter. No nothing she said. Anything on people are tweeting about hurting. They have tweeted that she is the kkk princess and the kkk princess. Yeah wow yes. And you get the types of headlines from an you knows very reliable source. The daily beast. Yes the offices. Ellie kemper was beauty queen of racist ball. That's how it's being summarized so. Oh the backstory is she was crowned the queen of love and beauty at one sort of sort of was referred to as the veiled prophet fair and the veiled prophet. Fair is something in saint louis where it was created back in the eighteen seventies. I believe now. Little known fact about american history. Everything created in the eighteen. Seventies was racist all things in the eighteen seventies raises at least a little especially in the south right. Certainly most likely certainly as it applies to today's society even the people we look at as soon as heroes of the eighteen. Seventy seven things. You would not feel comfortable saying today. Yeah right now was it does appear by all accounts that the early days of this particular fair were it was created by very rich white powerful people and many of them were racists The there's so many every of that time in the eighteen seventies that was I would say looks at themed to seemingly theme towards the kkk. Okay so okay all right. I don't think anyone is going back and saying like you know it was a great. A great founding was the founding of this particular event. I mean it was looked. It's been looked at for a very long time as having a problematic history now overtime as we moved into you know the twentieth century. It became to be a problem. People started complaining about Those sorts of themes and over. You know eventually. Black people became members of the organization. You know later on in you know the seventies you know. This is twenty years before ellie kemper was Named the the queen of love and beauty at this grand right. Yeah in fact. The name was changed. Like all of this is ancient history. They changed the name to fair. Saint louis and ellie kemper in one thousand nine hundred and nine became the one hundred fifth girl ninety s. She was nineteen years old to be given the title of to win. This little fell now. Wow what started this content. I watched her all these years. And i didn't know she was a hidden clan member. You'll yeah no idea you'll notice. She was not alive in eighteen. Seventy seven not alive in one thousand nine hundred says so she says i've seen her birth certificate. No i haven't i in fact i. She made born who knows maybe in kenya. We don't know we're gonna find that. What started this recent controversy. Glud is some idiot on twitter. Of course tweeting that she was the kkk princess and referring to a two thousand and fourteen atlantic article article in the atlantic. Had excerpts from a book about this particular fair saying it. Problematic went through sort of a history of it did not reference ellie kemper. The story was not about ellie kemper but basically said like this fair is not a good idea because has a racist history. Then someone digs up. Hey ellie kemper was the winner of of this award at this fair and now. Ellie kemper equals racism. I guess is how how this thing works now. All of the problems with this analogy or she she what she was. Nineteen at the time she it was that affair was not even the same was named something else. She was not around in the eighteen seventies. She was not a kkk fair. At the time there were black members through for some reason wanted to join this racist organization. Many years later nothing points to the idea at all that she had any racist feelings intend and nothing like that at all is even exactly what white america the racist white america says every time you point now. They're hidden systemic racism. Stew right now. Even the people cited in the article have come out and said no ellie. Kemper is not a racist. There's no reason to believe she's a racist. The people who said the fair was racist are saying like you don't understand this developed into a saint louis tradition and it really had nothing to do its roots. Were bad but it was not like that at this point. Also most of the girls who participate in this particular event are not excited about it. They're doing it for their dads. Their dads have been you know maybe part of this organization for a while they're going along with racists. These are the people who who were saying. The organization is rate was racist at one. Time are saying this about her. So yeah i think on its surface plays as a very typical ridiculous cancel culture example right. There's no reason to believe. Ellie kemper is a racist. She has never shown any signs of racism. It is a completely nonsensical story. Based on some idiot tweeting something. They knew nothing about it. And then the experts of 'cause just no she's not racist. This is not what to assume from this piece and and just because this happened what twenty some years ago. A you think that just washes away All of the racism that she clearly either knew or didn't know An either was or wasn't at the time he just think it just washes all of that guilt away. First of all. There's no guilt. She should not feel guilty about this. But the second error secondary part and of course she should not feel guilty about this. I will not be surprised at all if she is apologizing. Though by the end of the day we should be clear about. of course she will be. This is of course the way she's gonna handle it now. Part of the reason. I know she's gonna handle it that way or i believe she will is because she's a big liberal. I mean she's no conservative. she's a she's a big liberal. She's been all over talking about you. Know she's not like. I wouldn't say an incredibly politically active person but has been every every example. You could find of her. Being political has been to the left. Her parents were wealthy. People from saint louis and have some loose ties supposedly to some republican policies. But she's not at all that way in his donated to like black lives matter so that introduce you to the second layer of the story and i think part of it which is interesting to our audience and how we react to it because i think we would all agree on the surface. Ellie kemper is completely innocent here and this is blake blatantly terrible example of cancel culture on the other hand. There are certainly a part of me that sees someone who donates to black lives matter an organization that is actively creating this world. That does these things to people all the time. Cancels them for nothing all the time. Right when you are ripe at that side of the argument and you create and manifest this society in this way and cheer it on over and over and over again. Are we really supposed to feel bad for you. And i are we supposed to. Are we supposed to get up and and help you. And then but there's a bigger part of me stew that just says isn't it time to have some ice cream like pat says this every once in a while pat gray from pat gray unleashed she says i just love it when liberals eat their own and like yes you know i i go back and forth because i can feel you instinct animal instinct inside if you say screw her. She's she built this and screw her. She's going to have to. She made this bet she's going to have to rely in it on the other hand. I think the right thing to do the right thing to do is to say that. She's not a racist because you know what she's not and there's no reason to believe that she is this thing he's been a thing that we talk about all the time lennon that like you know. Look they go after the left on this stuff to constantly right. What what what comes to mind is the old saying liberals can't live with him seriously. Isn't it about time to ice cream seriously. I mean back position No my official position is we should support her. Because this is crazy. 'cause we make we make no ground. We make no friends. And i'm not saying we're going to make friends but we make no friends buy just throwing her under the bus. We are not taking the higher ground so they just continue to think that we're monsters and that's fine. You don't do it for that reason you do it because if i don't stand for the person who i who i really of horror their positions if i don't stand for them no his stand for me. Nobody will stand for me. Yeah and morally. I wanna be a part of that culture morally. I think it's unquestionable. The right thing to do is right but if you take the morals out of it for a second because you know this is america in twenty twenty one that is probably listen to morally. It's clear clear. But let's take the morals out for a second say a lot of times. I only say that. Because i don't think that always wins the argument anymore. There was a time. I think where you could just say like. This is blatantly the right thing to do whatever the consequences are. Screw it you do it anyway. I don't think that's where america is these days. So let me make a pragmatic argument for it as well when we come out and we the left comes up with a ridiculous standard like. Let's just cancel everyone for saying something that isn't racist because we can come up with some bizarre justification that it is and we think that's a bad standard. We complain about the standard and it keeps getting applied to us then it gets applied to the other side. And we say okay. Well you guys made the rules. Therefore we're going to apply them you what we're admitting there is. We're allowing them to make the rules. We are codifying. They're terrible standard by enforcing it on both sides instead of fighting the standard. And i think the standard is what needs to go down here. Ellie kemper no care. I mean look i like. I'm a fan of her. But like there's no huge political win in losing ellie kemper from the left. She's just an actress. I you know. I am much more interested in convincing people who are winnable that this cancel culture standard is ridiculous and sometimes examples from the left helped win those people in the middle over easier than just defending your own side. I think taking that stand so the thing to do. So here's the problem. I have a. I have a problem with that. Give me sixty seconds. And then i'll come back in and i'll i'll explain. I let me tell you about our sponsored this. Oh it's yes. Oh my gosh. It's omaha steaks yesterday. We're talking about the the price of meat. It is going to go through the roof. Did you hear about jbs jbs right after the show. We were told that. J b s has had russian hackers but joe biden is going to go meet with vladimir putin in two weeks. And he's gonna hill. Tell him what's what. I'll tell you jodi and i think that will terrify putin but anyway. 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We have begun the mccarthy process where they're saying bring out your reds bring out your reds and if we continue down this road we're going to have to start giving names of people we know that might have been somebody who voted for trump or something like that. It's not gonna it's not gonna end and in the end nothing will make you stand if you're trying to win. That's not a big enough motivator to stand. It has to be something based on something than winning. It has to be based on morals and principles and quite honestly god that i know what's right. I know what my mom and dad taught me and this is wrong. And i won't throw somebody a under the bus if somebody's being thrown under the bus even if i don't like them all stand for them so i stand for her. I bad you as well. And i think that's the right. Answer i think i think conservatism particularly is struggling with that question. Generally though i mean it's like what do you get beat up constantly by the left. 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They're going to be the death of us and so the pentagon is weeding them out and they are also spending an awful lot of money. Just to revamping the entire pentagon and the military to make sure that equity exists. And hey man now you're a woman or you're a woman and used to be an you're now a man. There's no difference. There's no difference in and wanna make sure that all of that nonsense is is stopped with anybody saying that there is a difference. The pentagon is there to protect lives and to save Freedom and how. I'm quoting them. How can we possibly say freedom. If people aren't free in our own armed forces true dat is what i thought immediately iranian warship is possibly on its way to venezuela which is fantastic seriously to worships flying iranian colors or sailing south along the east coast of africa and looked to be headed towards venezuela The vessels Are believed to be headed toward the islamic republic's south american ally but their destination in cargo and goal are unclear if the ships are headed for south america. Taran is chosen puzzling moment in which to send military vessels into the backyard of the us. That's what i would think you know. It's a puzzling moment. Because we are so busy right now. I mean how are we gonna pay attention to this. It's very puzzling. We're busy brooding out. The extremists And not the islamic extremists. How dare i even say that. Islamic extremists The lone wolves that may have been completely isolated and were upset with something but definitely not radicalized. Islam that Shot so many people in our in our own armed forces so we have that. We have the iranian worship Plus also a nice little tip the One of the top chinese leaders over in china declared recently that china should prepare for a nuclear showdown with the united states after president. Joe biden has affirmed He would continue investigations into the origins of the covid. Nineteen pandemic You know it was a conspiracy theory. China says it's still is a conspiracy theory and if we continue to look into it. They're preparing for nuclear war in one one more thing and i think this is great. There's a change in the policy. Now that will allow for the display of the rainbow. Gay pride flags at military bases. No official decision has been made but secretary of defense. Lloyd austin is aware of the discussions and his legal staff is involved in the matter. Which i think is great again. Our priorities i think are right on for the first time possibly ever since we've been a nation. Oh by the way one more thing. We are thinking about changing the national anthem. And this'll be the one that I think the pentagon will have to introduce. I have a sneak peek Here it is go ahead and roll. That now doesn't have any words to it per se. But i think when we we look at all the policies i think this is what are this is what we care about really is how china and russia and all those third world countries think about us and i think this is what they're thinking when they hear some of the policies navy assists me stew. I i mean i'm a cynic. i'm a cynic. Yeah a bit detecting that a tad here but it does seem to be more appropriate than you'd hope. Yeah all right. Stop the stop. Taps also princeton a chance to talk about this. They've ended latin and greek requirements for classes. Because they want the students to learn about systematic racism really. Oh that's shocking. It's a stunning development at princeton by the way princeton i believe is where ellie kemper went to college. So you know see see. I should have learned about systemic racism. You know but she didn't because she is part of the clan as we found out earlier. This is a quick summary. That's all is what the headline. That's the headline. There's some other details around the story that might be interesting to some but generally speaking out. Yeah totally. That's that's really all you need at this point seriously. It's really all you need so did you did you did you look into the f- ouchi emails I you know highlights. Yeah the seems like they're just starting to through them. It seems but i've seen some of them. Yes they seem a little disturbing Seeing that it's you know. Emails between the wuhan laboratory and the head of our cdc. And you know we're in this together are we. Are we really well. I mean it doesn't necessarily. Yeah the wu. Look you know. We don't know what happened with the lab leak. And such. I mean i. I don't think it was necessarily the wrong thing to act from our perspective as if we were in the same boat we wanted to get as much information as possible from them at the time. I don't think in reality. We were in the same boat. And if that's what they you know are implying. I will be You know that that's not good right. I think that that's quite gear. They did not work. Hey how are you. How are you feeling on Fouled she's written is You know he's he's writing a new book not profiting off not following cuomo's footsteps but writing a book on honesty and you know you and i both been really puzzled on why everybody looks at him as a god. Yeah but i think you've been more defensive of him than than most. I don't think that's true. I mean i definitely find him to be irritating. I think some of the some of the criticisms on him are placed in other areas. And i think that's been one of the struggle struggles. I've had to deal with throughout this thing. You know i will say one of the criticisms that's popping out you kind of alluded to it there that you know. Essentially he's east. You know some money. Grab situation with this with this book. One thing you have to remember. I think without she and i don't think it's a money. Grab at all the anthony. Fauci could go to any major biotech company in the world and pulled down eight digits just to put his name on their website like he is not. There's no reason for anthony fauci to write a book for money. He wants. it's about his ego. It's about as it's about its power. It's about his legacy. It's about a lot of things that you can criticise money. Though i mean there's no people are like oh he's the highest paid a federal employee. We were talking about that the other day and look it's it's it's it's interesting to look at that but like you know. He's making one fifteenth of what he could make at a biotech company as a consultant. You know it is. He could make a lot more money not doing what he is doing now. And i think a lot of people out there might encourage him to go out there and cash those cheques. You know we go right now. The company the only problem is the reason why he would be so valuable is because of all of his connections in the government. Well that's true. And also i mean look the guy. No one knew who anthony fauci was before two thousand and twenty at least in the normal realm of society however he could have done all of these things in gone to major biotech company in two thousand nineteen and pulled out any salary he wanted to. I mean he's he's he was legendary in that world long before covid came around so again. You might not like that. I mean i don't particularly like a lot of things out. She has done particularly when he's lied. Outwardly and then later admitted that he was lying just to get the results he wanted. That is not something. I want from government official in any way to say for example that you don't you know masks don't really work in. You shouldn't buy them when later on. You admit al well actually. I was only saying that. Because i didn't want the medical system to be overwhelmed. That's just lying to the american people and that should be something that gets under investigation. That's not the only time he did it now. Multiple times. Not the only time he did it times. I mean you know when you're thinking about okay. What do i have to say. The american people i would go with the truth. I trust the american people with the truth. But you could see in that one if we said. Oh you gotta have masks right away. But don't take them. I think it's dishonest. I think it's wrong. And i wouldn't make that choice by self. You could see that the other ones now. Here's another one that he said basically like you. We need to have a sixty seventy percent vaccination rates to get to herd immunity and as we got closer and closer to natural vaccination or natural infection and as we got closer and closer to those numbers he said. Actually it's more like eighty percent. And i knew that before but i didn't tell everyone because i thought people would be wall. We'll never get to eighty percent so why even bother trying again like if you believe his explanation of that which i think there's reason not to but if you believe that explanation you can say in theory he was quote unquote lying for a good reason. However that's not what i want out of my government officials. I don't want them lying to me. For a good reason that they determined soul solely based on their own magical intellect. I want them to tell me the truth and let me decide what happens in my own life and let me decide. They won't part of this. Information is most important. They won't because they don't look at you as an individual. Now they look as serving the nation so all of the people including all of those stupid people have you heard. Blacks don't even have accountants So they they they take it on as though they are the guardians of all people and they stopped looking at the individual which is the exact opposite of what our constitution outlines and quite frankly demands our sponsor. This half hour is wreck tech. Sorry it is not. It is lifelock voi- if there isn't a good commercial for lifelock in the daily news. I don't know what is we've had another hacking this time. The meat processing plant. Jbs that's one of the largest meat processing plants in the world. That's going to send meat. Prices through the roof did eight now. They said beginning last night. We're starting to get back online really are you. Did you just negotiate. Is that what we do now. We just negotiate with terrorists and the government does nothing about it. No no no of course not. 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How the A-level exam results went so badly wrong, and why it could be "the earliest Christmas ever" for London's West End

The Leader

14:38 min | 10 months ago

How the A-level exam results went so badly wrong, and why it could be "the earliest Christmas ever" for London's West End

"Hi. It's David here. If you hit the subscribe button on your podcast provide you will never miss an episode of the leader we're bringing you news analysis and commentary every day at four pm so make sure you don't miss out now from the Evening Standard in London this is the leader Hi I'M DAVID MALLS IN THE EXAM results fiasco some of the teachers say they assessed the students and some of those marks have been moderated by two grades or even three in some cases are education editor, Anna? Davis's nearly forty percent of students have their a-levels downgraded and. Could the Oxford Street lights switch on in autumn why Christmas may come Ali in the plans to save the West? End? Take it from Evening Standard's editorial call them. This is the leader for the whole thing, the newspaper or head to stand doco. UK. Slash comment in a moment what went wrong with the exams. Any teacher will tell you if you don't prepare before your exams, they won't go very well the government knew it would be tested with the a level results. It had weeks to prepare after a similar shambles and Scotland. It was clearly would be issues when schools closed months ago and yet the same problems have appeared I. students trying to log in to get the results had to wait because the system couldn't handle the demand. Then in the year KUNA virus meant there were no exam. So teachers send the recommended. Grades Hey. was revealed nearly forty percent of results had. been lowered, and if you want to appeal based on your mock tests, you can't just no because the procedure to do it hasn't been set up yet the exam regulator of call cancelled a press conference this morning leaving education secretary, Gavin, Williams alone to explain it all in the media rounds is on NBC. They're gains youngsters at the end of this process who will get their grades and quite simply that grade is wrong grade and we need to ensure that would boost Anna's fair system for those young people to get the grade, they want our editorial column expects, improvement. Somehow the government has managed to replace a blunt instrument with one that is barely workable. It's new level grading plan formulated at the eleventh hour is already in chaos here starts in coursework stars in class, work. To start my English day style throughout the. So it's just baffled as to why gone did receive DR Congo's the university I won't go to the coastal. Ministers must work fast to sort out the mess, but they face even bigger tests. They must find a remedy to the problem that the new plans still risks putting poor students at a disadvantage. People's now faced three potential hurdles. The first is that the government standardization formula take schools past performance into account, which could mean richer pupils get a boost. The second is having to navigate the appeals process, which favors those with sharp elbowed middleclass parents. The third is that many state schools have offered far less in the way of teaching them private ones. The latter problem at least has a clear answer schools must open as soon as possible. The evening, Standard's education editor Anna Davis. You've been talking to teach us this morning host they make of all this well. I think they. Exasperated and. Some of the teachers I spoke to in the past few days were already upset by the government sort of last minute change in the way that marks were going to be graded. So allowing students to use them mock exam looks at to appeal against their results today. So I think teachers were already slightly unsettled by by this last minute change and some of the teachers we've spoken to today surprised by some of the results with students have got. Put it mildly they say they assessed the students and said what they thought. They should have got an some of those marks have been moderated and changed quite dramatically some by two grades or even three in some cases and they a just trying to work out how this has happened. Is there any explanation for what happened Anna well so obviously, it's all started because no students could take their exams because of the coronavirus and they had to come up with a way of giving them a mark. So they could carry on with their lives and get into university your own jobs or further study. So teaches were asked to grade. Students and give them what they thought. They would have got in an exam and then put them in rank order, and then of course, moderated those teacher assessments using an algorithm and is this algorithm which is come in for criticism because it does take into account schools past performance. So some schools that have done so well in the past if very, very bright people, this year than they might be marched down because they're at a school of call insists that it's fair. But today's results are showing individual instances of students who seemed to have been marched down when they were expected to do much better but I've ruled. The overall pass rate and the top grades has actually gone up by more than two percent, but it's these individual. Cases of students being downgraded really upsetting people. Now this we students told the the was this triple lock system going into place and and part of that was they would be able to appeal using their mark results. But this morning it's turned out, it's not quite straightforward as that. No originally was sort of build as if you do bet your mocks than you could just choose to to use your mock result you actually have. To ask you school to appeal on your behalf, and that mock has to have been taken under exam conditions. It has to sort of meet set criteria and actually that criteria hasn't even been decided yet because they m exam boards and of course, or scrabbling around trying to work out how they all go to deal with appeals because the the government announced it right at the last minute. The other problem is you know how teaches are just amazed this decision because they know that mock exams, aunt standardized exam every school takes certain time you know an an unmarked in the same way like proper exam they are literally mock exams. There's some of them are papers cobbled together from new different sources by teachers, some of them poss- papers. Some of them in November when they haven't had half the course, torture them and some pupils even set the them in lockdown whether home and also the teachers just say that when they were working out the students grades that they submitted the examples they took into account them. What results anyway. So they were already there and his very read someone does better mock than in the final exam with a final prediction I went this leave the university's Ama- because. They're gonNA decide who's getting the places and no one seems to know what results have actually gone. Yes. Well, the first initial data from you cast today shows actually record numbers of students have been accepted on courses and record numbers of students from disadvantaged backgrounds have got places. The universities have been asked to be lenient and it looks like they have been an Russo they've been asked peeling in on students who are GonNa go through the appeals process because of course, you're not going to know whether you're appeal has been successful. At least a week or so the criteria for appealing has been published so. A student might was the point of appealing I. I need to get my university course looks down but. Universities have been asked to wait for them and I think that's what they're going to do. So so that's that's looking optimistic I think. Next the Christmas lights are message over the west end each year. So actually bringing them forward half term you don't say could be one of the earliest Christmases ever West End Business leader. Jason Derulo White Christmas may have to be brought forward to save one of London's most famous areas This. Was Christmas in the West End last year the streets crammed with shoppers above them. The famous lights of Oxford Street. This year will obviously be different. In fact, he even the date could change switching on the lights early as one of the proposals being considered by businesses in an area that Karuna virus has hit hard J. Turtles the CEO of the new West End? Company would represent six hundred pounds there and he's with me now, Jason? Just how bad is it there? It's really precarious right now. So we've obviously open for a couple. Of months we had some showers returning to the west end but actually with suit two-thirds down and the rue challenges, the tourists won't be back into twenty twenty one and we have a lot of office work ninety five or ten percent back, which is a key part of the West End. So really tough time for retailers unprecedented actually, and probably this year losing probably around five billion pounds, and that could be a lot of jobs listed keep the support guidance some time for the retailers in the West End. So to get through this. Going to have to be very creative on the stem, one of those things is perhaps bringing forward. The Christmas lights switch on. When would that be and why would that work? I think with social distance in place and probably they started Christmases will be we need to spread out the Domon upstate peak Christmas. We have a lot of shoppers in the western, even the tourism. Yeah. So one idea has spread out Christian spending encourage shop. For Number Times, they'll do it in one guy got different slums. An Acoustic Christmas lights are massive jolt the West Nhtsa. Bringing Forward Absa half term, you don't say it could be one of the earliest Christmas is at. The West Christmas lights. I think token to London is a roof designed to get out see the west end again course Christmas and the lights in the window his will be a poem she had to get some sense. No what state what's really traumatic for many April, and of course, Christmas and south with summer. Being. A A wash washout despite the heat wave economically has been a bit of a washout for the West End Christmas must be extremely important to businesses. Hundred percent I, mean normal years Yay some half of that trade last ten weeks at such a key part of the west end economy. I think say we heard with schools during back really good track and trace. In September October also will have some no malice banks London sort of working if you was getting into Pete descend, but that's Really. London is particularly come back for the west end a little fact I heard the other day one in ten this route oil in the West End. So it's not just the businesses that she londoners who employ the say jobs we saw coming back. I really support limited London had city Santa led to Boris Johnson which the Evening Standard has seen. He's got eight proposals in their including providing targeted support for jobs, extending support for freelancers and the self employed all to help the West End Will those ideas work? Is it the government's responsibility to to save the West End. I think. It's a combination of public and private sector. We gotta find. Ways to really help but I think we'll the mayor's pointed is just how precarious in the knife edge it currently is decisions for companies are going to be made in the next six weeks long before the budget November of what they can do with that stores. So they're going to do with that star. So I think a lot of what he is saying absolutely, support I the one big issue process business rights actually which London was hit really hard with rates. We age increase a couple of years ago. We get back to that with festival next year. Hundreds of businesses close. So the government really needs to the mayor's cooling for come out in the next month we're a from the first of April next year we've been talking about shops done tourism so so far but if you say London's West End in New York, city think of theaters. Yes and they're all closed and it doesn't look like the can reopen just now. Is there any life there at all? We represent the retailers, the actually the whole Wesson, cultivating the colleges, the the coach of the restaurants, and actually we benefit from all of that, and it's so desperate with phages con- open and I think the latest theories per be next year. But I think what we need to get to is actually the government default of such distinct comedy. We've got to have really good track and trace Exxon treatments vaccine and. We can't another twelve months distancing. So I know a lot of meeting thinking about this and a coup sympathy back because that's hotly appeal the Western maybe this christly decent stuff win the his bring some of that Canto intelligent life in the streets of the west end it very unusual year but the sooner the did the bachelor retailers and restaurants. That's what we need a pan to in inexpensively it. And that's Salita you can keep up with all the latest covid nineteen developments with the evening standard. Live blog, which you'll find that standard doco UK and we also have morning briefings available at seventy an through your smart speaker to staff for the news from the evening. Standard this podcast is back tomorrow four PM.

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WTO chief: Vaccines for all, or share your technology

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

09:27 min | 2 months ago

WTO chief: Vaccines for all, or share your technology

"This marketplace podcast is supported by equifax as the world's digital infrastructure company equinox enables you to access all the right places partners impossibilities to accelerate your digital advantage together. We can transform your business and changed. The world learn more at equinox dot com this marketplace podcast is supported by wise a new way to send spend and receive money internationally with wise. You can save more and worry less. You always get the real. Mid market exchange rate when you send money to eighty countries and fifty percent of transfers arrive within one hour. Your wise account. Also lets you hold up to fifty five currencies and convert them instantly join over ten million customers and try wise for free at wise dot com slash marketplace. The head of the world trade organization has asked covid nineteen vaccine manufacturers to do more for developing nations live from london. This is the marketplace morning report from the bbc. World service victoria craig. Good morning doctor. And cosio gonjo. Availa said pharmaceutical companies should follow astrazeneca's lead. It's allowed india's serum institute to make its vaccine at cost the wto general said. It's not acceptable to leave. Poorer countries at the back of the line. Many nations in the developed world which began their own vaccinations months ago have faced criticism for buying or ordering more vaccines than they need. But dr congo at wto members are split on the issue of relaxing rules on intellectual property. So that more drug manufacturers can make the shots. The bbc's faisal islam has more on that behind closed doors at the world trade organization. A fierce battle has raged over whether developing countries should be allowed to copy the vaccines produced by the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies. It's pitted the likes of india and south africa. Who's president derided what he called vaccine apartheid against the uk and us the director general of the wto doctor and goes conjure. Walea told the bbc that it was not acceptable to leave poorer countries at the back of the queue but also praised astra zeneca for allowing an indian manufacturer to produce hundreds of millions of doses at cost if we had more of that that kind of voluntary licensing on transfer faster. We could save many more people. There is some capacity imagine markets and developing countries on us now. Let's have the same kind of arrangement that has zenica has with the serum institute novak's jan jan all. The other should follow suit. The director general acknowledged that millions of doses were being donated by rich countries but said billions. More were needed. That's faisal islam. Reporting there will as the world trade organization ponders how to more quickly get vaccines to developing nations. The world health organization has criticized the slow vaccine. Roll out across europe at least twenty seven european nations have implemented partial or full corona virus. Lockdowns france will begin. Its third national. Shut on saturday announcing the fresh restrictions last night president macron described the situation as delicate and said the country will lose control. Act now the bbc's hugh scofield has more from paris. The french have two days to get themselves ready for a month of more inconvenience from saturday night. The restrictions that currently apply in paris and other kuban hotspots will be extended across the whole of the country shops that are defined by the government is not essential have to shut. And there'll be no moving more than six miles from home without a good reason. In addition schools will shut from next week for three or four weeks. Depending on the age group president macron said that if all went well then from may the end of the tunnel would begin to appear as mass. Vaccinations began to take their effect. And the first openings of cafe terraces could be planned. That's hugh scofield in paris. They're checking the numbers now. The cac forty in paris is lagging other european benchmarks as those restrictions loom but strong eurozone manufacturing data has provided positive momentum for stocks across the region over in asia optimism over us. President joe biden's new infrastructure. Spending plan helps send benchmarks higher all right so far today i have seen ads for cucumber gin infused pickles which to be honest. Sound kind of good spaghetti flavored. Epa and a beer you can consume via a spray. Can if you have not checked the calendar yet this morning. It is april. Fool's day and brands are unleashing. Their annual gags on unsuspecting social media followers. Some are obviously unbelievable. But others like volkswagen's now debunked rebranding to. Volkswagen makes sense to some people. So is there a right way for companies to tease customers with an april fool's day prank alison stewart boss of the consultancy. International marketing partners. Says there is. there is a right way. One being burger king with the chocolate walker which featured a patty made of chocolate with onion rings out of white chocolate and instead of ketchup it had a a side of i think maple syrup. It's all about context and that's why it's so important for the marketing and the company leaders to sense the environment and know when it's the right time to do such a thing and as part of the trick here making it so that it's believable but still i guess more unbelievable. Yes the reason. The volkswagen campaign was such a disaster is exactly because the business press has been reporting for some time that volkswagen is looking at investing in and launching all vehicles for the foreseeable future and that the company sees its future in that realm so it wasn't a huge departure to think that the company could feasibly rebrand two volts wagon. I'm the other bigger part of the problem for the company is the timing so the fact that it wasn't timed appropriately to coincide with april fools. Day is what led both consumers and investors around the world to think that this was a legitimate change of corporate name so it missed the mark on all counts and you mentioned shareholders. It's sort of all fun and games until financial regulators. come knocking. isn't it depending on. How far a brand goes with their april fools prank. They could be in trouble for things like market manipulation and things like that can't they. Yes companies definitely can get in trouble. So we saw with the volts wagon mishap that american depository receipts climbed twelve and a half percent. And of course this has caught. The attention rightly of the sec. But it's not just the united states at this is a concern with volkswagen's perceived market manipulation so regulators here in europe in the uk are paying attention and in the end this company while it thought it was being clever and cute. It comes at a very hefty price. There's been so much talk of distrust in the media over the last several years. Do you think these sorts of stunts. Even if they're done right could just further erode. What trust is left in the media. I think there is certainly a risk at this particular moment. Were in the middle of a pandemic. People's anxieties are running high have lost family members and friends the eroding. Trust put in the media across the board whether it's prince or cast is another factor that has the public on high alert. Plus of course we have the fake news phenomenon so it does really make. You wonder whether any april fool's day prank at this moment is even going to be appropriate but for many companies. I think they're making the right choice. This year in particular in suspending any april fool's day pranks plenty of food for thought before you launch those pranks. Then i suppose allyson stewart allen chief executive at international marketing partners. Thanks for your time this morning. Thank you for having me. Well one thing we do not joke about here in. This country is summertime and warm temperatures. This week have sent many people searching for barbecue. Grills sales are up. Four hundred percent over the last year and with pubs and restaurants here still closed for in house. Dining socially distanced backyard. Entertainment is on track to make this year. The biggest ever for barbecue grills sounds good to me in london. I'm victoria craig with the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I'm christy clark. Host of our podcast the uncertain our and this season. We're looking at this thing. We used to call employment. You know a job the kind where the place where you work pays you. At least a minimum wage gives you health insurance sick days vacation. Those kinds of jobs have been disappearing and a whole lot of industries replaced by subcontractors gigs and armies of non employees and this season on the uncertain. Our we dig into history and policy to figure out what happened to the american job office workers. Er doctors janitors players. Maybe even your job check out. This season of the uncertain. Our wherever you get your podcasts.

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News in Brief 14 April 2020

UN News

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News in Brief 14 April 2020

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The first of the UN's at new solidarity flights carrying urgently needed medical equipment has arrived in Addis. Ababa agencies said on Tuesday on board the World Food Program with World Health Organization Charter. Jet Are one million facemasks along with gloves goggles. Ventilators and other essentials. There's enough equipment to protect health workers while they treat more than thirty thousand patients across the continent. It's to be distributed in five other countries. Initially Djibouti Sudan Eritrea. Somalia and Tanzania said Well Food Program spokesperson Elizabeth this. This is by far the largest single shipment of supplies single stopped of the pandemic and it will ensure that people living in countries with some of the weakest F systems are able to get dressed and treated while ensuring that health workers on the front lines are crop elite protect. Wbz's flights part of a larger effort to reach ninety five countries most at risk from the new corona virus with medical equipment and humanitarian workers to do this. Wfp has appealed for three hundred fifty million dollars. It has so far only received a quarter of that amount to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Now where cases of deadly Ebola virus disease have resurfaced ending. Hopes that the latest outbreak there is over for the moment according to the World Health Organization. Who three new cases have been identified? Since last Friday two people have died and the third person is still battling. The disease reportedly in the eastern city of Benny. All those who have come into contact with the infected individuals have been found unvaccinated. Who spokesperson Dr Margaret? Harris said. She added that? An emergency committee was due to meet later on Tuesday to decide whether the Ebola outbreak still constituted a public health. Emergency of international concern. Dr Congo where? The Ebola outbreak began in August. Two thousand eighteen is also battling the new corona virus along with malaria cholera measles finally to the islands of the South Pacific where the UN is gearing up to send aid to communities hit by Tropical Cyclone Herald after making landfall as a category five cyclone with winds of more than two hundred kilometers per hour. The huge storm caused widespread destruction in the Solomon Islands Fiji and Tonga but especially in Vanuatu. The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs or Archer reported on Tuesday that nearly seventy seven thousand people including more than twenty thousand children live in the worst affected areas in San Mateo province. Nine ten people have lost their homes and more than half of all schools and almost a quarter of health centers have been damaged. Crops have been destroyed and many communities remained cut off because of flooding and the destruction of roads to help the UN's Central Emergency Response Fund has released two and a half million dollars to get safe drinking water to people in need along with food shelter and healthcare his spokesperson locker. The government and first responders in Vanuatu very active in making people safe ahead of the storm and meeting the immediate needs after it hit as the extent of the destruction becomes clear the UN funding will ensure aid supplies. I maintained and reach the people who desperately need it. Mr Locker said that covert nineteen restrictions had created challenges in delivering aid and humanitarian workers. Although the government of Vanuatu had eased travel restrictions inside the country Daniel Johnson UN news.

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