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Wrestling With Altitude! - Episode 19 - Duff Doyle

OC Talk Radio

28:28 min | 1 year ago

Wrestling With Altitude! - Episode 19 - Duff Doyle

"Four all right welcome back to the wrestling with altitude podcast host Mr Fourth row and on this episode. I have joining me the one and only Duff Doyle Duff how you doing there is a great day when you're doyle. That's what I hear a lot so first question out of the Chute. How did you get introduced into this crazy wacky world of professional professional wrestling? Did you watch it as a youngster or what as a little kid. I was a Hulkah- Maniac I was drawn into Paul Cogan rippin a shirt and just say in the coolest promos Trevor and there was a a stagnant period of my life where I just you know I didn't get stopped watching wrestling and <hes> landell whole back in high school <hes> w._w._f.. SMACKDOWN was starting to T._v.. Show on U._P._N.. And there's a lot of buzz with wrestling back in the late nineties as well. I'm going to give wrestling another. Go and Mick Foley did out sweet promo as mankind and just pulled me right back in that that was something I knew back in high school. That's what I wanted to do. Okay all right so then <hes> so that kind of made you think that you could do this as he wanted to do this as a profession so that is correct that is correct you know read after high school. You know it's back my senior year in high school. I remember the the the counselor would bring us into the office and start giving us a talk about why we need you do apply to colleges why we all can't be rockstars and we need to find an actual real job as do professional wrestling than a couple of schools in the area in one night. Yeah my mom was watching the news and there was a local wrestling promotion that was they're doing news story on my mom sent them. An email and I got acquainted with a the trainers there I went down for Tryout Mountain. The rest was history. Let's let's go was that by the way <hes> so it was at the time that high-velocity wrestling school which later turned into N._W._e._a.. Rocky Mountain they kind of had a partnership partnership and then Lo and behold it became a fusion pro and the the wrestling school is the altitude pro wrestling academy all right so some of those names are our listeners have heard before but not the the the first one you had said there so okay I just hear his background to our listeners so so then you have been doing this for quite some time then they're almost sixteen years. Oh Wow so. You're one of the veterans in the area. It seems weird to be called Abba Yes oh I would. I would say a veteran but you know if you started right out of high school. I mean you've got a lot of experiencing. So I mean I take it. I would say it I would go for it so then <hes> so your your favorites watching growing up was a hulk Hogan anybody else that Mika Mick Foley Cain. My favorite tag team was the Dudley Boyz <hes> randy savage ultimate warrior. I liked a lot of variety. I liked a lot of gimmick. Wrestlers over the top personality is brought me in so you'll you like the entertainment factor factor. They'll absolutely Louis C._K.. Hey to and I can say that with the doyle character. You've kind of showing that that's that's you know <hes> out of this world top of the line you know entertainment. That's let's see what is about. Would you agree that I agree okay all right so so far in your career well. Actually let's actually first of all start off. What was your first match? What was it like who was it against? <music> down so my first match I was not known as Duff Doyle at this point in time was known as the vigilante. My very first match was against <hes> jun-soo place called whiskey. Bills nosers are high-velocity restaurant and <hes> yeah. I was pretty nervous down that I'm beyond June. Sue is still plugging away too right so so there's a question I started to ask a lot of the wrestlers on the podcast. Did you know that this was going to be your first match or was this kind of like last minute. I didn't know it was going to be my first batch. Okay later on that night. I had my second match was in a battle royal which seems most Indians do a battle royal. What did you know about that one ahead of time? No I did not all right so those are half-and-half on that first night. What's so what's it like? Well Gosh in this case. What's it like not knowing when you first got notified that you were going to be in a battle royal later that night when what were you thinking that I thought it was Kinda cool as well at the must've did okay if they want me to wrestle <hes> again so I was a little nerve wracking but at the same time it went pretty good so so who who was your trainer br coming up in the business so my my main trainers a Jeff mcallister Billy Roberts who wrestled on the name Billy v <hes> later on there was a guy named Bison Smith who is also one of my trainers and Bison Wrestle with the are Leitch Shimoda Noah and a little bit new Japan? Oh cool now are you. Are you <hes> helping in bringing up some of the young guns that are coming up in the business like likely likely <hes> Logan austen's and etcetera yes. I'M A coach trainer Extreme Jim Twenty four seven for professional wrestling now typically run Thursday nights and a good group of guys and Gals at come up to train okay now. What's it like <hes> getting that <hes> student that comes in you know not knowing anything and then seeing them come up with their first matches? If you had that experience quite a few I it's it's a I never coached anybody in school and I'd never joined any athletic teams but to shape and mold my trainees to actually have their very first match and to know that they're doing well on getting booked with multiple promotions at actually makes me feel really good and very accomplished. It's it's fun and I'm glad to be a part of their lives and hopefully they can learn from my mistakes and <hes> I guess the keep the maintain the level of professionalism to further their career further than I've gotten in mind any of the people that you helped train was any their first matches against you. No their second matches were okay so that you know which is fine that way they they're used to train with me but if their arrests on other people branches out and you could see differently I guess risk how they reacted to their match right and there may be a level they may not be as nervous <hes> Glenn against somebody else versus their trainer you know because with our trainer you would you agree. Maybe they would be like Oh God. We got to get this right. We gotta get those perfect. Yes absolutely cool all right so then so far in your career. Have you had any <hes> great memorable moments that you got you. Were getting yourself after the match during the match going got can't believe I just did that or got the Russell that person that my very first championship win was pretty special. I one the fusion Pro Wrestling Championship <hes> as my first title I ever won as it has definitely the most memorable in the most special to me <hes> of won a championship and all the promotions at worked with but that one is regarded as my highest one <hes> being contacted by W._W._e.. A few times to do extra work with them as also Kinda geeked out the first time they ever called but it was a lot of fun and I did some stuff with them back in March that went down to Florida. The annex t extra work so it's it's fun and I think I remember seeing that you <hes> you're not <hes> you're not hard to ness yeah. I kinda planned it that way. It's <hes> goes with a Bass theory not the brighter you know. People have to look at you have if you if you don't stand out in some way shape or form you're just going to blend in easily forgotten. There's something about William Regal had told us because it he used to meet with everybody and talk to them about the business. You know what they're looking for. You know if you if you don't stand out if you're just average that's all you're ever GonNa be okay so along the same lines about memorable moments who have been your like your favorite opponents to work with either as a single even though and also attacked him even even though I don't think we see you in a tag team competition too much. What what are your thoughts? What are your favorite favorite opponents to work again? I go back a long time ago again. Paul Diamond we ended up <hes> that's that's the night I want my championship with fusion as a gauntlet matches eight of us wrestling each other and him and out of the last ones that were both baby faces and it was so loud does nobody knew how it was going ago. <HES> and I ended up getting the trailer hitch and he ended up tapping out. It was so loud. I'd never had a experience like that. Before years ago. I won a tag team. Match match was a tag team cup the N._W._f.. Western states championship with Dustin Europe. This is also back at fusion H- you'd have to be my favorite tag team partner and that's quite a few years ago now but it's a that was a lot of fun. Oh now any any memorable tag team moment <hes> people that you as a partner or and as opponents you like working with in his name was Tristan Gallo back in the day which is Martin to sows and a Dallas Murdoch they tag teamed together. Dustin denied wrestled them a few times and that was my favorite tag team match ever because even the people who booed me. were cheering for me by the end of that night it was it was a lot of fun that night you turn that you turn the tide that night. He has a the the Anti Duff's that they used to wear yellow. They used to boo me but they had talked with my little brother saying do I couldn't do tonight man. It was great you know which was good right so beyond the W._W._e.. Any other brushes with path that you've had your got the wrestle at the Cauliflower Alley Reunion in Las Vegas as the first their fiftieth anniversary the two shows the Casino Royale and I was was the only guy from Colorado wrestle both nights. They're both in battle royals but when you're going out there you know there's a huge collection of promoters and independent wrestlers in independent promotions it Kinda look so it's more of a networking type of thing <hes> and that that was a lot of fun to just. There's a lot of people from New Japan former W._W._e.. Guys impact wrestlers were there. It was a good time and I'd recommend any indy wrestler to sign up to the Cauliflower Alley Club and go out to the reunion just to learn stuff from the old timers because you you will learn stuff right and and it's for a great cause to yet it is. It's a it's a nonprofit that helps professional wrestlers something I believe in it's a truly is does a lot of wonderful things for people correct okay so let's talk about the future any <hes> nipple you would like to face <hes> anywhere anytime any promotion anyhow dough bland anyone a w._w._e.. would be great great <hes>. Let's see any time any place well. I do want to Wrestle A._J.. Holiday I don't know when that's going to happen but when it happens it is going to be a beating of a lifetime for A._J.. Holiday. And what's what's what's your your beef with him just because he's Kinda hooked up with duly trailer right now or what his team in duly trailer and I feel a little betrayed because I took that kid under my wing him he's cost matches. You Know My last match with the Bruce Rogers. He ended up distracting. Me and Bruce walked away victorious that night so I got a little score to settle with that kid I see what about the far future any plans on working other promotions in-state Outta state. There's been a few out of stairs that have reached out to me so so there could be possible futures with that will see could be Nebraska could be eastern Colorado. Just try not to plan win too much in the future because you never know what tomorrow will bring right got to spread that duff militia a little bit you know don't think that I do the militias pretty strong. Kill all right so so <hes> now you're going to have an oddball question because I've <hes> ran into you outside of wrestling a few times at science fiction conventions so what's Duff's <hes> favorite type Scifi by Godzilla and you're excited about the new movie coming out. They'll absolutely absolutely all right how did you how did you get interested in Godzilla was it was the old old movies no yeah I mean it's it's pretty much wrestling just with the monsters you know it's a lot of cool stuff. You know what little kid doesn't love a trans source you know and Godzilla was cooler because he'd longer arms orange and blue fire does sweep kill all right okay so death. I appreciate you coming on to the podcast around but before I let you go and some people wanted to follow up with you on social media. Where could they follow up with you? So if you were interested in following duff doyle you could follow me a duffed oil two thousand on facebook and just stuff toil on instagram Iran that is the the two main social media outlets you contract duff doyle awesome okay great okay and Oh and then <hes> but before I let you go <hes> you know you can follow me on <hes> on social media but what about your upcoming <hes> schedule what you've got going on now. This Saturday at Mile High Comics duffed oil is set to the action with new era pro wrestling. It's going to be taking place. <hes> will doors doors open at six thirty. Bill time is seven P._M.. At the world's largest comic bookstores I'm Ed so I do tend to branch out to the comic book conventions and stuff because I do believe there is a crossover with the fans. That's why I tend to go to those events that I agree. I mean you know you saw them either. I'm you know it's all about <hes> Phantom in you know some there other crossovers with all kinds of stuff absolutely okay all right well once again duff. I appreciate you coming on and I'll see you this Saturday cool. We'll see then all right. Thanks once again a big. Thank you to duff doyle for coming on to the podcast on this episode and letting all the listeners get to know a little bit more about him his wrestling career and how he loves good ZILLAH TESLA SO check him out this Saturday for new era pro wrestling mayhem. You can get your tickets at new era pro wrestling dot com a belief tickets are ten dollars bell time time at seven PM with doors opening at six thirty and you can be entertained by his Im- duffed oil and his entrance music of Cotton Hijo. I mean who doesn't love to dance. Ansan clap around to that song well and then speaking of being entertained. Let's do a quick review of <hes> what I experienced this past weekend. When it came to professional wrestling of course we have rocky mountain pro with their ignition and charged TV tapings for right now TV also you can see on twitch as well <hes> they're continuing to just rock on no pun intended with their story lines leading up to a believe supercharged five five five five five that was five there? Did you count along and <hes> we're just continuing to go on there. Then on Saturday rocky mountain pro in the afternoon <hes> held a live event at the Lucia Cantina in Littleton Colorado so grandjean out a little bit Ed and <hes> hitting another part of the Denver Colorado area in introducing themselves to that area they kind of looted up theme style sense. It wasn't celebration of Cinco Good Demayo even though it was may the force be with you and <hes> got to talk a little bit about Star Trek and Star Wars with the Murky Matt Hayden and Curtis Cole there <hes> on on that that day was also free Comic Book Day as well for all the nerds as Chongo Bronson with say so but it was a great event great you know being outside and watching professional wrestling in the kitchen knows nice sunrays so that was Kinda fun to see we got to see a couple of newcomers to rocky mountain pro and that was Gordo and the Blue Panther take on some of the Rocky Mountain Stars that we're used to so that's always kinda fun. When you get to see a lot of new people hey and then speaking of <hes> seems New People that you haven't seen before like I have <hes> Primoz <hes> pro wrestling held their Omega nine tournament Saturday evening at watering bowl there in <hes> Denver Colorado and they had a lot of great matches in conjunction with girl fight wrestling <hes> that was <hes> fun to see <music> some people that I have not seen before mixed it up there with the local girl women? I've seen <hes> you know in other promotions and see all the time and also good to catch up with some of the women I haven't seen in a while just is because of scheduling conflicts or whatever though we had <hes> A._J.. Pereira believe <hes> that's her name when the Oh mega tournament and then on Sunday we we had the Alpha nine tournament Lotta great matches we have special appearance by two Cold Scorpio took on the primos champion monsters zero filter big Phil Dog whatever you call him and and it was great to see a living legend in the ring take on champion and they had a knock out knock down dragging of a fight so it was fun are <hes> eventual winner. There was a hunter gray very well deserved of course I am a big fan of the norsemen hunter gray and <hes> every time get to see him. I'm enjoying my hiking experience so that was it that I attended and I knew there was some other events that <hes> I did not behave you guys ever want to send in your thoughts <hes> hey email them in or <hes> to <hes> podcast at wrestling with altitude dot com or tweet us at wrestling Russell altitude or even hit us up on the facebook so <hes> great to hear any kind of your thoughts and I'll try to read them on the show but hey let's talk about what we got on tap here for the wrestling with altitude area professional wrestling and that is we are starting the weekend off off once again with rocky mountain pro ignition and charge from the Jefferson County fairgrounds at the quarry. Get your tickets at our M._p.. RUSTLING DOT COM. com and then on Friday Colorado Springs wrestling is back the battle under the mountain events from the playing field bar in Colorado Springs. <hes> get your tickets at Colorado Springs Wrestling Dot Com. I believe it's a little bit of a <hes> later show but <hes> that should be great a fine just because it is <hes> <unk> a Friday night so hey you can stay out late Friday night. Can't you know I can what about you believe we've got <hes> Delta junior champion taken on <hes> Cormac battle as well as <hes> Jimbo Jimbo. Lucas is taking on <hes> Irish extreme <hes> we got <hes> Animal Sam versus Captain Stevens should be <hes> lots of fun. <hes> tickets are ten dollars <unk> <hes> bell at seven thirty <hes> so that should be fun. I'm planning on being there. Hope to see some of you as well and then once again on Saturday we have new era pro wrestling sling dot dot com where you can get their websites. Get Two tickets fear their website <hes> they are going to be having their mayhem event at Mile High Comics and then also we have <hes> <hes> respect women's wrestling they are having their event this Saturday as well and that's going to be a course of their volume four four and they also having <hes> a <hes> <hes> spring pole dancing showcase so if you want to get <hes> tickets I believe you can just get tickets at the Herman's hideaway a website and if you use the code I I'm not sure if this is still applicable at the time of this recording US buddy boy one of the sponsors you can get your tickets for <hes> ten dollars so going to be great can have a lot of great eight matches and <hes> let's see if <hes> Bentley Powell can hold onto her championship <hes> so <hes>. Let's see what what happens should be great to see a lot of these ladies. Get in there and mix mix it up so eight. You know that's it that I know of as time of this recording so I m going to take a shout out to any of the Lewis shows guys <hes> email me or contact me. Let me know about your shows. I'll promote them on here. I know there's quite a few every weekend. I Know I jab at you guys a little bit but that's just because I know was very popular and <hes> Lucia shows in my opinion are are or just fun. They're different in there just exciting to see then we know about the mainstream <hes> wrestling that were <hes> US Americans are used to so <hes> but <hes> <hes> WanNa thank you all for listening but before we go let's think the trending topics network for hosting the show and if you love wrestling with altitude please go ahead and subscribe or stay subscribed to this feed and you can catch other great shows such as wrestling cheers the Spanish announce table all beer inside old school at the movies and so much more you want to contact the show podcast at wrestling with altitude dot com or on facebook now trying to get a little more active there and of course we're on twitter at Russell altitude and soon to come t shirts. I'm going to be able to be purchased. GotTa figure out what we're going to Howard exactly you're going to do that. We got prototype out there. Hope you see it if not check out <hes> the facebook page. 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Duff McKagan: Family Meal at Black Angus Steakhouse (circa 1984)

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

34:25 min | 1 year ago

Duff McKagan: Family Meal at Black Angus Steakhouse (circa 1984)

"Your last meal is sponsored by heritage. Distilling company craft and small batch vodkas jin's whiskies drink locally drink responsibly bairo seattle <music>. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people and the stories behind the foods they love maoist today on the program <music> mccague live in his cage us phones common it is the original basis for guns and roses and he continues to tour the band today because life is magic as i was driving into the studio to interview doff sweet child of mine came on the radio. Oh it's it's really i mean it probably is on every morning when i'm driving to work on all the time but you know coincidences. They reveal themselves. It's magic duff has also played in multiple super groups and he just released a solo album called tenderness. Which is what you're listening to in the background right now. Spell was a millionaire in his twenties and he now admits that he had no idea how to manage money. So in his mid thirties eager to understand management he enrolled in college to study business and and finance but for many years before that duff was living that stereotypical rock and roll lifestyle what was eating on the road. I didn't eat on the road until africa. Africa's okay now when you drink as much as i just untrue sell food duff's lots meal is honestly one of my favorites that anyone anyone is ever brought to the show because it is so unexpected when duff was nineteen years old. He worked at a restaurant and he loved the family meal or staff meal served every shift so much that is what he chose to eat for his last meal so producer lauren. I got to go to kansas. I say got to because this is not a restaurant restaurant that i've ever spent my own money before this is arguably seattle's fanciest restaurant and we went to have family meal with the staff including owner mark cam less s. which is elevated in general family follows that is like if we're going to go through all of this care in prep for you guessed. We should probably do the same thing for our staff. I will tell you all about that family meal but first my conversation with duff mackay again the funeral headphones okay even if you've never seen defecate again if he is a complete stranger to you. If you walked past him on the street you would know that he's a rockstar. He is tall and lean and handsome. He's covered in tattoos. At least one of them is a requisite skull and office fifty five years old but he has got all of his hair and it's shaggy and bleach blonde and when he came into the studio he was wearing tight black eighteen and a black tank top and he gets to walk around knowing that he was the inspiration for duff beer on the simpsons actual introduced me as the king of beers at this famous show we did that was on m._t._v. so right. After this sect eighty nine i guess they ate before we knew it. Branding was or any of that stuff and there was no adult cartoons then in eighty eight. We got this call. Somebody's make an adult cartoon. We thought it was college art project. They wanted to name the beer. It just ask is ok duff. 'cause i was the king of beer. The band was blown up at that point. I don't care they want to find no. He's going to see it became simpson's this huge thing and it's crazy so i write about this in the in the book. I thought it was a foregone conclusion. Everybody knew this but it became came to. The simpsons denied it because i guess maybe they thought i was going to try to come after him for money. So did you find out that it was the simpsons when you watch the show and we're like. I need that beers named after me. I didn't have a t._v. So no people would tell me the cat. I guess i should have asked for like a nickel but but i didn't and that's on on me. I'm never going to consume the now but i think that was their worry. When my book came out in two thousand eleven so they actually came out and denied that story and i was like you guys guys don't have to do that. I'm not going to see you see is fine but it's you know it's different world l. A. people do that kind of stuff and i'm not one of them but that's the story you write this book about your life and all of these really traumatic things that happen to you almost died like the beers named after you hopefully that did happen. It makes perfect sense. If you look back in the history and like you see the the m._t._v. live show we did and me introduced and it was only really like two months after that came out out that we got this call to name the beard duff beer axl rose called off the king of beers because duff drank a lot of beer and a big part of his story is getting sober. Duff was motivated by a near death experience when he was thirty years old and of course now you don't drink beer because even twenty years. Do you wanna tell the story kind of a a brief version of what led you to age thirty to have a burst pancreas two half gallons of vodka day. That'll do it yeah yeah. That's brief. How did you get sober. I spot of house this dream home back here. In seattle and <hes> i rolled over. I woke up and i felt uncomfortable to pain went from my guts down to my quad muscles so i knew something was really wrong and i couldn't make one more move to get to the phone to call nine. One one and i just laid there in this excruciating pain not knowing what was going on in my friend. Andy came over to the house my best friend my car was in the garage. She knew i was home. My wallet and keys were downstairs assume here him downstairs go. Where are you and he came upstairs and see the era of the drop happened. Nobody drops them anymore. You're lucky that he came by and he's still drops. Oh good good old andy. I live in this neighborhood where my doctor was two blocks away his his dad birth. All eight of us kids son took over the practice and <hes> they gave me two shots at demel. It didn't work in that's when i knew i was in real bill trouble and they rushed me to north west hospital. I had a burst pay chris. Now we get to be a doctor and tell you that the pancreas is full of acid that helps you digest your food and so when it burst the pain that duff was feeling that was third degree burns on his internal organs from all that acid and that tripped all the way down onto his quad muscles. Oh no you thought you were listening to a tasty food podcast. Didn't you so what they do usually before somebody dies from the shock of this they they open you up to let the steam out wow good times i would tell them just to kill me because the pain was so bad so it's just a good time but i i survived typed but my mom i'm the youngest kids she came in in a wheelchair because he had parkinson's and that vision of her coming in crying and i saw that the order what if things was wrong and the youngest i should be taken care of her and not the other way around so there was a few things that happened in the hospital that were heavy so you're getting a second chance once. They said i was going to live and my doctor said to me said your packers going back down in size. It's miraculous what's going on and you've been given a second chance and he said don't f it up. They had a rehab for me to go to after twelve days in there i was done like i don't need it. I'm good. I'm gonna start living my life now and it really scared you into sobriety plus unless i finally got a chance to be so i'd tried so many different ways twenty eight and a half or so. I just thought there's no cure for me. I'm gonna die. I soon you get to a point when you're in that hard that you just don't care well. This is my path knowing that i was sober and that was going to get the second chance stance. I did everything that i only dreamed about doing after two years of purposely not dating trying to get himself straight. He met his wife on a blind date and now they have two grown daughters and went back to school. You went to seattle you to the albers school of business and economics and drove sheet on me. I need this she. It was my own handwriting. Okay yeah. I did my research. I'm not a dumb dumb either you because you went back to school and so i love the story so you started. I need this wealth. Management firm for musicians called meridian rock which is genius and this is to help rockstars musicians manage their money. Just anybody really i mean that was the original oh idea but what i found out going to business school was it's not rocket science but the terminology in investing and in finance is made just for those people so regular person who just went through high school. Maybe went through college. We don't get tot but risk means or what a stock aden or a bond or yield or it's incredibly confusing to me. I have a really hard time with it right. At least you admit it. Most people were too embarrassed to admit you know and i found that i was one of those. I'd made money in my twenties and i was too embarrassed to say. I don't know anything about money. Meridian rock was also also there was educational arm in there like it's okay to ask any questions and i'm sure coming from you. Instead of a guy in a suit is way less intimidating and people feel like they can talk to. You like a normal a person like right now. We'll explain what i'm wearing. I'm wearing a shooter. Jennings shirt sleeves are cut off. I'm wearing black jeans and nike tennis shoes a the prince hat right. That's a prince could take. I dig it so but i will walk into canary. Wharf in london like that's a big finance like the brooks brothers yeah and you don't have to wear brooks brothers and i'm not gonna wear brooks brothers to go into the meetings. I'm educated. I know what i'm doing and you take me for the way i am or are not if not your loss so i don't play the game and i think i've gained trusts. It's because i am one of the musicians so that was the idea. There wasn't to take people's money. It was just really the educate people and help them with their investments all right so now you know a little bit more about the life of death mccague in from guns n. roses. Let's talk about what's after the break. Duff mackay gin shares his last we oh it's cocktail hour here on your last meal with our sponsor heritage distilling company and when you go to the supermarket or the liquor store and you were looking at that giant wall of spirits it can be hard to decide what to get and if you're still selecting the same bottles that you would pick out in college. 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Nineteen eighty-four. I was a cook doc here in seattle. I was a pastry chef a bakery for so long so my resume was good at nineteen years old. I could get a job at any restaurant so i moved to l._a. I got a job at the black angus. That was the first kind of place i saw my brother. He was going to cal state northridge. He had worked so he's admitted. Check that place. They might have an opening. I think so i literally just drove in in pulled into the parking lot just straight into the black angus parking lot totally and got a job. They needed a prep cook like data minute so i started. That was my point that is eighty four. The whole kitchen staff was mexican or central american so this is go back in history so sandinista sandinistas were happy salvador. There was all that like i worked with a professor from el salvador. He was a line cook because he had to get out the there. Were getting rid of intellectuals oliver north scott involve you know we're giving arms to the rebels and all that stuff so you get to learn history. Y you're working like this guy stanley not his real name to professor from el salvador working as a line cook but they all spoke spanish restaurant restaurant spanish. I got immersed into this like spanish world sill. We get our employees meal. Step so you didn't get the steak. You didn't get the you know it was <hes> teriyaki chicken and rice or potato everyday the same symptoms okay so the guys i worked with were from these wonderful food replaces mexico and central america and so they taught me this meal <hes> which was the teriyaki chicken we take that sliced avocado add on this before the big avocado crates way before no avocado toast yet none of that pineapple jalapenos. You're doing like alpes store with teriyaki chicken again and i'm like you can't put a pineapple with a chicken avocado and jalapeno. Those new tastes for me and it was the best bite. If you have a bite hi to each one of those things in one bite the flavors that you can deteriorate chicken. You could do barbecue chicken. He can do do some flavor on the chicken though so i made eight this meal for my family's one of our favorite things we do as a family making this meal. My family knows the history of this meal for me and my girls make us us for their friends spread out. Is it always teriyaki ticket when you do it at our barbecue. Okay we we mix it up here and there and tortilla no okay no so you just get a bite of each thing so you get some jalapeno you get some pineapple avocado and a piece of chicken. That's one bite. Don't miss one of those things. Well look look my last meal would hopefully my family would be with me because we eat that meal together but if not if i was going to be executed or something something more morbid last meal than at least it would remind me of my family. I loved that duff. Mackay gins last meal would be the perfect bite of teriyaki rocky chicken pineapple jalapeno and avocado the family meal that he learned to make with this latino co workers at the black angus steakhouse chain back in nineteen eighty four when i was a kid in california i thought was a really fancy restaurant totally i did. I mean we're eight kids. My dad fireman so yeah. Any restaurant was fancy. You go to restaurants go into our restaurant tonight. It was like the royal fork holy killer but yet black incas <hes> where'd you grow up in california. I grew up in the bay area. Okay pleasanton yes. Yes we have a connection with black areas. My family does because my brother worked as a cook another brother that when these have live music at the black angus of these it's my brother was touring black. Angus banned for about seven years did they only toward a black angus month. Don't move onto the next so they did pleasanton. They did every black angus in the country. They were writing original music. They put out a record that was a solid paycheck for a band and where they the black angus banned. It was a bunch of back in the seventies ton about they played five sets a night. What that's an i i said yeah i if you like this has to come full circle that you need to play in a black angus live music so i don't know what they do and they'd let you in there but that same one that i worked at it's still there. It is on the nord off in tampa northridge northridge. That's awesome in case. You don't know what a family meal is. It is a meal a restaurant staffer together. Usually before service starts so you could be in a french restaurant but if some of the cooks are from el salvador family meal. We'll might be papooses. I love papooses. You're in seattle rugged papooses at the u. District farmer's market on saturdays anyway. I was thrilled that duff chose family meal as his last meal because i've been fascinated with them for years. They're even cookbooks out there where restaurants reveal all of the family family meals that they've made over the years so you could cook the recipes as well and i think my fascination comes from the fact that i just always want to know what everybody's eating like. I wanna know what all my coworkers are having for lunch. I'm always kind of in the fridge judging people. There's somebody here who's like in kindergarten. They bring a sandwich on white bread with one little slice of meet and one single in there yeah. I'm judging you <hes> when i go camping. I always want to know what everybody's eating at the other campsites so the idea of knowing knowing what the chefs are eating with the dishwashers eating that just seems really interesting to me. I also love the idea that people in the dining room are eating one thing and people behind the scenes. <unk> are eating another. It's a chance for folks to get creative to show off their skills to cook the food that they love maybe something from their culture and share it with their buddies at work work and family meal happens at all kinds of restaurants from chains like black angus to seattle's most tony finding restaurant can less hanley's has been serving seattle's. Well coughed since nineteen fifty. There's a dress code. There is a sweeping view of sparkly union and there's valet. There are james beard awards. It's a four course meal for one hundred and thirty five dollars. Someone will probably get engaged at the next table while you're there her and twice a day they surf family meal. I'll talk you only homeland megaphone on your flow self breath that is mark can lewis. He owns can live with his brother. Brian and the brothers took over when their parents retired after running the restaurant for thirty years and before that their the grandfather peter opened the place back in nineteen fifty so i'm sitting next to mark in the campus dining room at four p._m. Which is when forty two eighty staff members will sit down into a family meal. We're surrounded by cooks. Servers hosts bartenders dishwashers. Everybody is there and kandla takes family meal very seriously they believe the staff deserves to <unk> high-quality well-made meal just as much as paying customers do who's actually making the food how many people and then how do they find the time when they're supposed to be prepping for service to make another meal for real. It's planned into what we do so there's a schedule people know week or two out like hey. I'm on family next tuesday. They're planning ahead ordering ahead. You just build it in either. It's a priority or it isn't it's a team. You're cooking for fifty people. It's a lot of work so <hes> pastry always desert and then garmisch atypical salad hotline typically makes sense protein or the main event and if you see someone. I'm getting after like an awesome family meal like you'll see people by hey. Can i do your prep for you. Can i mean something up for your. Can i back you up like people get behind it and so it's a team of the one rule at family meal cam last is that you must sit down at a table in the dining room to eat like when we get new folks and sometimes they're just not conditioned to sitting down and eating goff hide in the corner and they go back to their spot in the kitchen stand up over cutting board and always drives me crazy so so you see the new guys hey get over here. Sit down. Even if it's just five or ten minutes <hes> it makes a difference and i think it says something about respecting yourself and about taking care of yourself that frankly is often way too reluctant industry so <hes> just that simple pull act that sort of a simple generous act of self like i'm going to sit. I'm going to eat. I'm gonna restore and take care of myself is really important. Okay so let's talk about the food dude it's all setup buffet style eating amazing salad of just nuts and tomatoes and cucumbers and little green green onion and i don't know looks great and then there's trumbull what i'm gonna start with this. This desert warm luscious cinnamon woman crumble thing. It looks like coffee cake. Thank you thank you i was i was i was neat things were over. There was spiced lamb set zeki fresh tomatoes tomatoes and cucumbers and a big stack of flat breads. You can make your own euro. There was the affirmation big salad a big pan of roasted broccoli. The coffee cake and my favorite was a super tasty eggplant and wild mushroom dish. These are hinder the woods shallots. Maybe some aubergine smoke smoke plant yourself ranch. Yes i'm so yes. I'm just giving you half of my french vocabulary. The other word is bonus you. You don't know any bad words in french. I don't i know one mayor and it needs. I know that actually we can't swear but maybe ian franz french married well. Obscene is a bad word when it comes to emojis these days. I don't know no that's. I don't know that emojis over gene emojis are bad. Okay okay so right there in the hallowed halls of the kandla dining room arguably the classiest dining room in seattle. I explained to mark with the eggplant. Emoji means he. He's like the last s. person left in america who doesn't know and i think he's in his forties. It's not like you know. It's not like he's like eight years old or something but he's asking the whole dining room. He's like you know shouting stable. Do you know what the planet and everyone's nodding like yeah to come in. Yeah we all know what it is and for the record. I don't know why i was saying that. It's bad like it's a bad word. It's not edward just a body part just a body part. They were sous-chef john courtney family. Meal is much needed break. I'm here all day all day. Every day. Yeah like eleven to midnight ish twelve thirty depending on what's going on so all the students are here all day. This is your you're only time to really sit down then in that twelve hours. Yeah you know so. We have this big family meal that we put on at four o'clock every day for everybody but i think a lot of the staff zapped doesn't know that we have a sneaky a._m. Family meal that we put up as well for all the a._m. People so that's our first break that we get. We get to sit down and we have a little a._m. Staff meal which is sometimes the better of of the two. I don't mean to brag but all the staff neil yeah we get the two little breaks throughout the day part of what i love about family meal at a fine dining restaurant in particular is the juxtaposition kamlesh guests dressed in their sunday best are eating precious dishes like golden beats with amazon yogurt and lavender her and warm mascarpone moose with preserved cherry cake and tarragon oil but behind the scenes. These cooks are whipping up rid sticking comfort foods for themselves. We a bunch of rahman and we eat a bunch of fried chicken and we sandwich day and we'll make lasagna and what was your biggest success and what's been your biggest failure at family meal. Oh my gosh my biggest failure at family meal without a doubt. I didn't think i was going to be asked but it's funny. I <hes> when i was an intern at a different restaurant ten years ago in colorado. I tried to make <hes> carolina style pulled pork sandwiches. They called vinegar sliders for months because they were just the worst vinegar-soaked pork that you've ever had i'm so that was definitely the worst thing i've ever made <hes> uh-huh and then the best thing. I don't know that's a hard one. Maybe you the fried chicken. Sandwiches are always a hit. People get crazy about that and we'll see <hes> i think the bulletin as is my go-to crowd-pleaser bonus for sure and is there kind of a sense of pride of just like they. They liked it. Oh absolutely yes so we have <hes> we have here here. We call it. The the candies are once a year. We do awards for the whole restaurant and we do a best family meal for the year and it's definitely a coveted award to win and have you ever made something special to you from your family or something from your childhood yeah absolutely <hes> when i first started working here i made green chili stew. I grew up in albuquerque new mexico <hes> and that was just kind of like a big dish that i grew up eating. I thought it would be kind of special to share that here with the rest of the team something that people up here in your canada now. Let's get back to mark. You're feeding forty to eighty people twice a day. Is that just worked into the budget. He thank you for asking eh yeah. It's expensive but it might be the cheapest thing we do of all the expensive things we do. I it's so worth it and yeah. It's working with the budget and i was. We don't bring a lot of food in for that so they're eating the same food. You are as guests they we. The secondary cuts now kind of stuff. <hes> the point is it's the same caliber of food and nearly equal parts of love. Just go into it. We spend a little less time plating but yeah there's one hundred and twenty people here and so it's a lot to feed lunch and dinner and honestly honestly sometimes late night snack and but is something we're really proud of. Its really is this. I don't wanna sound like super cheesy but i guess it's really beautiful when you just see fifty people who have poured out themselves emotionally and physically and you see them in a way it's like here's something that i can give to them. Here's bowls beautiful beautiful steaming bowl and everyone just like dives into it. It is always a gift. One person to the other is always an act of love. It's always an act of sort of selfless others centeredness. What all of us got free lunch at work. What a family meal extended to every industry like your work had to give you a little little lunch. I wonder if it would be good though because the advantage of is that it's people from chambliss cooking food professionals i don't know if i trust a blog writer writer or reporter to cook fancy meal or if they would they would probably just get it catered in so judging on what we've had in this building before it would be like those big plastic stick clam shells full of lunch meat and tiny rolls and mustard packets all right when we come back duff shears the food that he eats before every performance mance. It is cocktail hour with our sponsor heritage. Distilling company and heritage is the most awarded craft distillery in north america by the american distilling institute route six years in a row they're e._s._p. Which is brown. Sugar bourbon was named world two best flavored whiskey at the world whisky awards for the last two years to sum it up these. These are very tasty spirits. It's a family run business majority owned by women and if you happen to be in washington or oregon heritage distilling company has six distillery locations you can pop hop in and do a tasting they have to engage harbor washington one in eugene oregon one in roslyn washington and two in seattle to find a cocktail recipe or to buy a bottle go to heritagedistilling heritagedistilling dot com <music> before we get back to death. I have to boss you around a little bit. You know subscribe onto the podcast. Leave a review blah blah blah but really please duly review because it helps new people find the podcast and that keeps us in business. That was quick looking painless. I can't speak that was blick and blameless. See wasn't that easy all right. Let's get back to dos defa. Kagan has been playing music for a long long time so he's got his pre show routine down to a science for vocalizing leising. I will write for play so old secret potato chips. What does that do as oil on coats your coats your throat really and so you don't anita bunch you said salt vinegar that just kind okay so just a few chips before and then you sound extra vocal whoops have some of those and when it comes to your throat that's so funny because in my mind it just sounds like you'd be like you'd have like chips in your throat and lake tips. You know three something. Don't have any in your throat. Almonds are not a thing to eat before you sink at almond stuff gets got it out any singer. No pun intended worth their salt. We'll have a bag of potato chips and that was duff. Mackay gains last meal is new solo albums called tenderness internat- if you want to listen to it i recommend paying for it. Artists deserve to get paid. Lets me my soapbox for a minute but really just by his album. It's good thanks to smart cameras and the staff for having us out for family meal. Make yourself a dinner reservation. Go to countless dot com and get a suit. You can't go in there in your gym shorts. It even says so on the website it when we were sitting down for family meal. Mark told us this full leary a story about a family dinner that he had with his actual family when he was a teenager and we love the story so much that we want to hear it so stick around to the very end of the episode after i signed off mark hamill story and a reminder that your last meal l. is now available in burger form. There is a your less meal burger. I teamed up with will woody's which is a small seattle burger chain. They have four locations in on september third. I will be at the ballard. Branch of lil woody's from seven to nine because that is the first day that the bird will be on the menu so you can go all week. It'll be on on their menus from september third to september ninth but only on the third. Will i be in ballard so it's a shark history burger that is based off the last meal of past guesstimate tiffany beason. It's patty stuff with melted cheese. There's crispy shudo. There's a fig jam aruba shallot mayo it's good i've eaten it it twice. I looked at the promo pictures that you took yeah. You've got the burger split in half and it's just buoy gooey and it looks so good right to try if you're going to go on instagram. You gotta do chiefs poll so we did that. She's a requisite yeah. There's more information. There's a facebook event page. If you wanna look that up <hes> and hope to zia there this episode was produced by laura scott in me recorded by aaron mason and theme music by prom queen. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal. Think we're kids. I was like thirteen or fourteen. We all sit down to the dinner table. I remember so distinctly where we were were sitting in like breakfast. Nookie area and mom brings out this lasagna. It's just cheesy. Delicious were so start right three teenage worse sweet. We dive in his thing and midway through the meal. Mom starts like like giggling. She's just kinda. Has this like he. He like what's that about and then like tea and then she likes starts crying. I'm telling the story about mom and lasagna so she starts giggling and we're like mom. What's up. She's like it's nothing okay so the further down the meal. She's full on cracking up to herself like like something is funny and she can't. She can't contain it. It's my older brothers like no seriously mom like come on. She's like well. I might have i might have. I just it's i wanna apologize in advance. I would work but anyway. I might have put something the lasagna she's i put i put ex lax in the lasagna like i just we had it and we've never used it and it was going bad and i thought he wanted to know if it actually works so i might have put laxative and lasagna right by our mother. We have vivid memories of okay so then of course yes you know what happens. You know the punchline yeah everyone over the course of dinner excuses himself to the restroom works that fast it works fast apparently and so not to a man every one of us sat down the restroom did what we had to do and came back and dinner table eating dessert and mom starts giggling. She starts starts cracking up and like okay. What did you put something like. She thinks this is so funny and she's like you. Guys all went to the bathroom like yes ask mom you put the kidding the ex lax so like. I just wanted to see if she didn't do it. Bring on bring during breaks. She'd never did it. She made up. It was psychological. This is what it was like to grow up at the family dinner table and did you really have ex flex results. Yes no. That's the whole point. Yes it works. The power of the mind is an incredible thing. Be careful. What you think was kind of her mother. Lead lead lesson to all of us boys mind thing. She's kick in the pants.

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Wrestling With Altitude! - Episode 19 - Duff Doyle

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28:43 min | 1 year ago

Wrestling With Altitude! - Episode 19 - Duff Doyle

"For All right welcome back to the wrestling with altitude podcast host Mr Fourth row and on this episode I have joining me the one and only duff doyle duff. How you doing every day is a great day when you're doyle? That's what I hear a lot so I question out of the shoot. How did you get introduced into this crazy wacky world of professional professional wrestling? Did you watch it as a youngster or what as a little kid. I was a Hulkah- Maniac I was drawn in to Paul Cogan rippin shirt and just say in the coolest promos ever and there was a a stagnant period of my life where I just didn't get stopped watching wrestling and <hes> landell whole back in high school <hes> w._w._f.. SMACKDOWN was starting to T._v.. Show on U._P._N.. And there's a lot of buzz with wrestling back in the late nineties as well. I'm going to wrestling another go and mick fully did out sweet promo as mankind and just pulled me right back in that that was something I knew back in high school. That's what I wanted to do. Okay all right so then <hes> so that kind of made you think that you could do this as he wanted to do this as a profession so that's correct that is correct read after high school. You know it's back my senior year in Highschool. I remember the the the counselor would bring us into the office and start giving us a talk about why we need you do apply to colleges while we all can't be rockstars and we need to find an actual real job in ISO ella do professional wrestling than a couple of schools in the area in a one night tail. My mom was watching the news and there was a local wrestling promotion that was they're doing news story on my mom sent them in email and I got acquainted with the trainers there and I went down for tryout gotten the respite history. Let's let's go is that by the way <hes> so it was at the time the high-velocity wrestling school which later turned into N._W._e._a.. Rocky Mountain they kind of had a partnership partnership and then Lo and behold it became a fusion pro and the the wrestling school is the altitude pro wrestling academy okay all right so some of those names are our listeners of her before but not the the the first one you had said there so okay I hear his background to our listeners so so then you have been doing this for quite some time then they're almost sixteen years. Oh Wow so. You're one of the veterans in the area. It seems weird to be called Abby. Yes oh I would. I would say veteran but you know if you started right out of high school. I mean you've got a lot experiencing. So I mean I take it. I would say it I would go for it so then <hes> so your your favorites watching growing up was <hes> Hulk Hogan anybody else that Mika Mick Foley Cain. My favorite tag team was the Dudley Boys. I'm randy savage ultimate warrior. I liked the lot of variety I liked a lot of gimmick wrestlers. I just there over the top personality is brought me in so you'll you like that entertainment factor factor. They'll absolutely uh-huh okay got hey to and I can say that with the <hes> the Duff Doyle character you've you're kind of showing that that's that's you know <hes> out of this world top of the line you know entertainment. That's the what is about. Would you agree. I agree okay all right so so far in your career we'll actually let's actually first of all start off. What was your first match? What was it like? who was it against <music> down so my first match? I was not known as Duff Doyle at this point in time was known as the vigilante. My very first match was against <hes> June sue place called Whiskey Bills Hauser's on a high velocity restaurant and <hes> yeah. I was pretty nervous down but I'm beyond June sewage still plugging away to right so so there's a question I start to ask a lot of the wrestlers on the podcast. Did you know that this was going to be yours first match or was this kind of like last minute. I didn't know it was going to be my first batch. Okay later on that night. I had my second match was in a battle royal which seems most Indians do a royal. What did you know about that one ahead of time? No I did not all right so those air so happening on that first. What's so what's it like <hes> well gosh in this case? What's it like not knowing when you first got notified that you're going to be in a battle royal later that night? When what were you thinking that I thought it was Kinda cool as I will? I must've did okay if they want me to wrestle again so I was a little nerve wracking but at the same time it went pretty good so so who who was your trainer br coming up in the business so uh-huh my main trainers was a Jeff mcallister Billy Roberts who wrestled on the name Billy v <hes> later on there is a guy in Bison Smith who is also one of my trainers and Bison wrestle with our Leitch Chinda Noah and a little bit new Japan. Oh cool now are you. Are you <hes> helping I'll in bringing up some of the young guns that are coming up in the business like likely actually <hes> Logan austen's and etcetera yes. I'M A CO-TRAINER EXTREME JIM twenty four seven for professional wrestling. I typically run Thursday nights and good group guys and gals that come up to train okay now. What's that like <hes> getting that <hes> student that comes in you know not knowing anything and then seeing them come up with their first matches if you had that experience dot quite a few i? It's a I never coached anybody in school and I'd never joined any athletic teams but to shape and mold might trainees to actually have they're very first match and to know that they're doing well. I'm getting booked with multiple promotions at actually makes me feel really good and very accomplished. <hes> it's it's fun and I'm glad to be a part of their lives and hopefully they can learn from my mistakes and <hes> I guess keep the maintain the level professionalism to further their career further than I've gotten in mind so now with any other people that you helped train was any of their first matches against you. No they're second matches. Were okay so that you know like which is fine that way they they're used to train with me but if they're rests on other people yeah that's branches out and you could see differently I guess ask how they reacted to their match right and there may be a level of they may not be as nervous going against somebody else versus their trainer you know because with our trainer you would you agree. Maybe they would be like Oh God. We gotta get this right. We gotta get those perfect. Yes absolutely cool all right so then so far your career. Have you had any <hes> great memorable moments that you got you. Were kicking yourself after the match during the match going got. It can't believe I just did that or got the Russell that person that my very first championship win was pretty special. I won the fusion Pro Wrestling Championship. <hes> does my first title I ever one as has definitely the most memorable in the most special to me <hes> of won a championship in all the promotions at worked with that one is regarded as my highest one <hes> being contacted by W._W._e.. W._W._e. a few times to do extra work with them as also Kinda geeked out the first time they ever called but it was a lot of fun and yet I did some stuff with them back in March that went down to Florida. They do a an X._t.. Extra work so it's it's fun and I think I remember seeing that you <hes> you're not. You're not hard to miss yeah. I kind of plan to Douay. It's <hes> goes with a Bass theory. It's the brighter you know. People have to look at. You have a few if you don't stand out in some way shape or form. You're just going to blend in your easily forgotten. There's something about William Regal had told US visit he used to meet with everybody and talk to them about the business. You know what they're looking for. You know if you if you don't stand out if you're just average that's all you're ever GonNa be right okay so along the same lines about memorable moments who have been you're like your favorite opponents to work with either as a single even though and also attacked him even even though I don't think we see you an attack team competition too much. What what are your thoughts? What your favorite favorite opponents to work again going back a long time ago again Paul Diamond we ended up? That's it's the night I want my championship with fusion as a gauntlet matches a eight of us wrestling each other and him and the last ones we were both baby faces and it was so loud because nobody knew how was going ago. <HES> and I ended up getting in the trailer hitch and he ended up tapping out. It was so loud. I've never had a experience like that. Before years ago. I won a tag team. Maj Match was a Tag Team Cup the N._W._f.. Western states championship with Dustin Uric. This is also back at fusion H- you'd have to be my favorite tag team partner and that's quite a few years ago now but it's a that that was a lot of fun. Oh now any memorable tag team moment <hes> people that you as partner or and as opponents you liked working with in his name was tristen Gallo back in the day which is Martin to South and Dallas Murdoch. They tag teamed together. Dustin denied wrestled them a few times. That was my favorite tag team match ever because even the people who booed me. were cheering for me by the end of that night it was it was a lot of fun at night you turn that you turn the tide that night. Yes the the Anti Duff's that they used to wear yellow. They used to boo me but they they had talked with my little brother saying do I couldn't booed off tonight man. It was great you know which was good right so beyond the W._W._e.. Any other brushes with ask that you've had your so. I got the wrestle at the Cauliflower Alley Reunion in Las Vegas as the first their their fiftieth anniversary the two shows the Casino Royale and I was was the only guy from Colorado wrestle both nights. They're both embattled royals but when you're going out there you know there's a huge collection of promoters and independent wrestlers independent promotions it Kinda look so it's more of a networking type thing <hes> and that that was a lot of fun to just. There's a lot of people from New Japan former W._W._e.. Guys you know impact wrestlers where there was good time and I'd recommend any indie wrestler to sign up to the Cauliflower Alley Club and go out to the reunion just to learn stuff from the old timers because you you will learn stuff right and and for a great cause to yet it is. It's a it's a nonprofit that helps a professional wrestlers something I believe in it's a truly is does a lot of wonderful things for people awesome okay so let's talk about the future <hes> any <hes> nipple you would like to face anywhere anytime any promotion anyhow dough bland anyone a w._w._e.. would be great h <hes> let's see any time any place well. I do want to Wrestle A._J.. Holiday I don't know when that's going to happen but when it happens it is going to be a beating of a lifetime for A._J.. Holiday. And what's what's what's your your beef with him just because he's Kinda hooked up with duly trailer right now or what his team duly trailer and I feel a little betrayed because I took that kid under my wing him he's cost matches. You Know My last match with the Bruce Rogers. He ended up distracting. Me and Bruce walked away victorious that night so I got a little score to settle with that kid yeah I see what about the far future any plans working other promotions in stay out of state. There has been a few out of stairs that have reached out to me so so there could be possible futures with that will see it could be Nebraska could be eastern Colorado. I try not to plan in too much in the future because you never know tomorrow will bring right. You got to spread that Duff militia a little bit you know don't think that I do the militias pretty strong. Kill all right so so <hes> now you're going to have an oddball question because I ran into you outside of wrestling a few times at science fiction convictions so what's <hes> Duff's <hes> favorite type Sifi by Godzilla and you're excited about the new movie coming out. They'll absolutely absolutely all right how did you how did you get interested in Godzilla was it was the old old movies no yeah I mean it's it's pretty much wrestling just with the monsters you know it's a lot of cool stuff. You know what little kid doesn't love a trans source you know and Godzilla was that thought cooler because he had longer arms engine. You blew fire. I mean it was sweet. Kill all right okay so def. I appreciate you coming onto the podcast around but before let you go and some people wanted to follow up with you on Social Media Workaday <hes> follow up with you so if you're interested in following duff doyle you could follow me a duffed oil two thousand on facebook and just duff toil on Instagram Dan that is the the two main social media outlets contract duffed oil awesome okay great okay and Oh and then <hes> but before I let you go <hes> you know for their can follow me on <hes> on social media. But what about your upcoming <hes> schedule what you've got going on now. This Saturday at Mile High Comics duffed oil is set to be in action with new era pro wrestling. It's going to be taken place. <hes> will doors doors open at six thirty. Bill time is seven P._M.. At the world's largest comic bookstores I'm Ed so I do tend to branch out to the comic book conventions and stuff because I do believe there is a crossover with the fans. That's why I tend to go to those events that I agree. I mean you know you saw neither. I'm you know it's it's all about <hes> Phantom in you know some there other crossovers with all kinds of stuff absolutely okay all right. We'll once again duff. I appreciate you coming on and I'll see you the Saturday cool. We'll see then all right. Thanks once again a big. Thank you to duff doyle for coming onto the podcast on this episode and letting all the listeners get to know a little bit more about him his wrestling career and how he loves Godzilla aw so check him out this Saturday for new era pro wrestling mayhem. You can get your tickets at new era pro wrestling dot com a belief tickets are ten dollars. Bell time came out seven P._M.. With doors opening at six thirty and you can be entertained by his Im- duffed oil and his entrance music of Cotton Hijo. I mean who doesn't love to dance. It's in clap around to that song well and then speaking of being entertained. That's <hes> do a quick review of what I experienced this past weekend. When it came to professional wrestling of course we have rocky mountain pro with their ignition and charged T._v.? tapings for right now TV also you can see it on twitch as well <hes> they're continuing to just rock on no pun intended with their story lines leading up to I believe supercharged five five five five five nope that was five there. Did you go count along and <hes> we're just continuing to go on there. Then on Saturday rocky mountain pro in the afternoon <hes> held a live event at the Lucia Cantina and Littleton Colorado so branching out a little bit it Dan hitting another part of the Denver Colorado area in introducing themselves to that area they kind of looted up theme style sense. It wasn't celebration of Cinco Demayo even though it was made the force be with you and got to talk a little bit about Star Trek and Star Wars with the Murky Matt Hayden and Curtis Coal there <hes> on on that the day was also free Comic Book Day as well for all the nerds as Chongo Bronson with say so but it was a great event great you know being outside and watching professional wrestling in the kitchen knows nice sunrays so that was Kinda fun to see we got to see a couple of newcomers to rocky mountain pro and that was Gordon Ito and the Blue Panther take on <hes> some of the Rocky Mountain Stars that we're used to so that's always kind of fun. When you get to see a lot of new people hey and then speaking of <hes> seems New People that you haven't seen before like I have <hes> Primoz? <hes> progressing held their Omega nine tournament Saturday evening at Watering Bowl there in Denver Colorado and they had a lot of great matches in conjunction with girl fight rustling <hes>. That was <hes> fun to see. <music> some people that I have not seen before mixed it up there with the local girl women I've seen <hes> you know and other promotions and see all the time in also good to catch up with some of the women I haven't seen in awhile just because of scheduling conflicts or whatever though we had <hes> A._J.. Pereira I believe <hes> that's her name. When the Oh mega tournament and then on Sunday we we had the Alpha nine tournament lots of great matches we have special appearance by too cold? Scorpio took on the Primoz champion monsters zero filter big Phil Dog whatever you call him and and it was great to see a living legend in the ring take on champion and they had a knock out knock down dragging of a fight so it was fun are <hes> eventual winner. There was a hunter gray very well deserved ECORSE. I am a big fan of the norseman hunter gray and <hes> every time get to see him. I'm enjoying my hiking experience so that was it that I attended and I knew there was some other events that <hes> I did not behave you guys ever want to send in your thoughts <hes> hey email them in or <hes> to <hes> podcast at wrestling with altitude dot com or tweet us at wrestling Russell altitude or even head is up on the facebook so <hes> great to hear any kind of your thoughts and I'll try to read read them on the show but hey let's talk about what we got on tap here for the wrestling with altitude area professional wrestling and that is we are starting the weekend off off once again with rocky mountain pro ignition and charge from the Jefferson County fairgrounds at the quarry. Get your tickets at our M._p.. Rustling Dot com calm and then on Friday Colorado Springs wrestling is back the battle under the mountain events from the playing field bar in Colorado Springs. <hes> get your tickets at Colorado Springs Wrestling Dot Com. I believe it's a little bit of a <hes> later show but <hes> that should be great a fine just because it is <hes> <unk> a Friday night so hey you can stay out late Friday night. Can't you know I can what about you believe we've got <hes> Delta junior the champion taken on <hes> Cormac battle as well as <hes> Jimbo Jimbo Lucas is taking on <hes> Irish extreme <hes> we got <hes> Animal Sam versus Captain Stevens should be a lots of fun <hes> tickets ten dollars <hes> <hes> bell at seven thirty <hes> so that should be fun. I'm planning on being there. Hope to see some of you as well and then once again on Saturday we have new era pro wrestling sling dot <hes> dot com where you can get their websites get the tickets fear their website <hes> they are going to be having their mayhem event at Mile High Comics and then also we have <hes> <hes> respect women's wrestling they are having their event this Saturday as well and that's going to be a course <hes> their volume four four and they also having <hes> a <hes> <hes> spring pole dancing showcase so if you wanna get <hes> tickets I believe you can just get tickets at the Herman's hideaway a website and if you use the code I I'm not sure if this is still applicable at the time of this recording but use buddy boy one of the sponsors you can get your tickets for <hes> ten dollars so going to be great can have a lots of great eight matches and <hes> let says see if <hes> Bentley Powell can hold onto her championship <hes> so <hes>. 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ET - Duff McKagan + Shooter Jennings

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

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ET - Duff McKagan + Shooter Jennings

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One thousand nine hundred eighty three Eddie truck has been the voice for bands of rock hard rock and heavy. Metal a bestselling author host of TV's that metal show and seven national radio shows, including trunk nation daily on Sirius XM interesting Eddie offers the world is news, making interviews passionate analysis, honest commentary and who knows what else. So welcome to the any drunk podcast. Welcome. Everybody to another episode of the Eddie trunk podcast, which is new each and every Thursday via podcast one dot com. And I tunes. Thank you for downloading streaming and listening much appreciated as we get ready for another great interview to bring you this week. And hope you guys enjoyed the podcast last week. With Scott holiday of rival sons, many of the podcast that I bring you in the interviews that I bring you each week. You know, we have major name guests and every once in a while if there is an emerging artists that I feel really really passionate about I will also bring you that interview and rival sons are a band that fit that category. I think they're very important banned. I feel that they are certainly one of the better bands emerging. And I love what they are doing for rock music. Just a totally real great live rock and roll band and their album Farrell routes is fantastic. So I hope. You took the time to enjoy that interview last week if you didn't please go back and check it out. Of course, you can go back a few weeks into the archives and grab interviews. Download 'em. And listen whenever you feel like it rival sons are currently out on tour. So if they're coming to your area, be sure to check them out there. Incredible. They're actually playing Easter Sunday in in New York the local show for me. So I'm going to do my best even though it is a holiday to try to get out there and see them because I feel that strongly about them and what they are doing. And I hope you guys like I said enjoyed that interview. Last week this week will get back to some familiar turf and bring you a guy that is certainly a well known commodity in Duff MacKay gin, and we'll get to that interview in just a second. I let me remind you as always that all the interviews you here on the trunk podcast originate on my Sirius XM radio show trunk nation, which is heard live everyday to four PM eastern time on channel one. Oh, six volume hope. Hope you guys. Join me if you are in the US and Canada for my daily rock talk show and that show replays every night nine to eleven pm eastern. And it is also available on demand on the Sirius XM app to listen to and ever you want to there are plenty of ways for you to listen and hear all the stuff we do on a daily basis just did a big broadcast from southern California from the rainbow. I do a monthly event out there. And we just had a great one with David Coverdale Marilyn Manson, and rob zombie that is up on the app, and I'll tell you we had so much fun. With those guys what a mix of people what a great crowd that came out joined us Coverdale shot out of a cannon Manson zombie. Just so much fun to have those guys on. Of course, there touring together. So grab that on demand on the Sirius XM app that will not be a podcast. So if you want to hear that one please be sure to listen on the app over on these serious XM app. That would be for me. You can connect. With me on social media at trunk Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, there's a fan page there on Facebook and Instagram Twitter. I do myself and Eddie trunk dot com. Is my official online home all of my appearances all of my events. Everything going on is listed for you there. And let me tell you guys something I've got a ton of stuff going on as far as things coming up on the road that I wanna share with you that I hope to see you at that stuff. Includes April twenty fifth, I will be the Seminole hard rock in Hollywood, Florida to host whitesnake just mentioned had Coverdale on the show. So going to be hosting whitesnake hope to pick off some of the white snake band members went on there and south Florida's well and do that on my on my Sirius XM show. But if you're in south Florida, come join me for whitesnake on April twenty fifth at the seminal Hardrock should be a lot of fun. Also, very very busy. May it. Get started with. With the. Ride for Ronnie event, which is happening on may fifth and Seino California fundraiser for the DO cancer fund that happens in the afternoon from about noon to five always great weather there it the biker rally ends, and then we have food trucks and great bands playing and everyone hanging out on a Sunday afternoon. So if you're in southern California may fifth, please come and help the cause it's a great cause the DO cancer fund, and again may fifth is the date for that the latest one the ride for Ronnie, I've been working on a semblance all star sort of ban to play. It's proven to be a bit difficult to get people to commit in advance. But I'm confident we'll have a great band to wrap up the night there. And I hope you guys come and join me for it again on may fifth then on may six is the next LA invasion, the next broadcast from the rainbow. I can't announce the guest yet. But it'll be another major major guest. All you have to know is our last two. L A broadcast from the rainbow where Manson zombie Coverdale. Nikki six Tommy Lee. I mean, what more do you need to see that? We're doing some amazing stuff there. So come on out to the rainbow may six the next one those are totally free and open to the public. No ticket needed to get in. So that is coming up in may. And then from there the epicenter of event, which is happening in Rockingham North Carolina, myself dawning, Jim from that metal show, reuniting and hosting aside stage. They're at epicenter will be doing that on Friday and Saturday night that should be great come on out and see us and see what we have in store for you at epicenter. If attending massive rock festival in North Carolina will be there on Friday and Saturday may ten and eleven what else can I tell you about going to be shooting for my access show at the hang out festival that is in. Gulf shore. I think Alabama now in all honesty as a rock fan there, especially classic leaning Hardrock fan there's not a ton of stuff. They're of great interest musically. But there is a massive event and I'll be shooting that for the second season of trunk fast, which is seemingly taking forever to get on the air. But the reason for that is we do all the shows at rock festivals or music festivals. I should say, and we have to do them in real time. So the second season will premiere this summer, and I'm still finishing up the last few shows four season into one of which will be at hang out. So if you see me walking around there, and you happen to go there and something tells me a lot of people in my audience will not be there given that it's not really a hard rock event. But that being said it is on my schedule as well. Then something very much near and dear to my heart. Just a matter of a couple of weeks away. Now a few weeks, and that is rock la- Homa which. I have hosted every single year since it's happened. Started back in seven and do whatever year memorial weekend in Pryor, Oklahoma, three big days. Can't wait to see you out there. Unfortunately, Ozzy cancelled his entire tour. He was one of the headliners. He has been replaced by corn on that lineup. See when prior memorial weekend for rock la-, Homa 2019. And then from there keeps going with more stuff going on that I'll get into when we get a little bit closer. But that's what's going on for the very very very busy rest of April. And extremely busy. May I hope to see you out and about at these events if you happen to be in the area. So there's what's there's the deal. There's what we got going on for the next four to six weeks as usual Twitter at Eddie trunk is where to keep up with all the up to the second, news, info and updates, and I mentioned the other social media outlets as well. All right. So interview is this week a conversation. I had about a month ago. Oh on my Sirius XM show with Duff MacKay gin. This was one of if not the first interview did after the whole guns N roses fing wrapped up. We all know that GR were in total media silence during their reunion tour. And now that is changed. Of course. Slashes been out there everywhere. Promoting a new record and tour with his band, the conspirators and now Duff about to start doing the same thing. He has his new solo record that is coming out shooter Jennings is also a part of this conversation as you're about to hear shooter very involved in tach with Duff in terms of producing and writing and working with him on this record. They are both touring together as well shooter a member of Duff span. So these guys very much unit right now, and they both called into my radio show on the day that Duff released the debut single from his upcoming solo record. So this kind of happened. Organically, I've known for very long time. And they were you know, they dropped that single on that day. And I said, hey, why don't you come on and talk about it? And sure enough like an hour later he did and called in. And we had a great conversation. And you are about to hear that conversation with Duff McCague end shooter Jennings now since this conversation happen a second single from the album has been released and additional tour dates have been released as well for Duff McCague and shooter Jennings. And also interestingly enough since I did this interview, I also interviewed Marilyn Manson. He also is working with shooter Jennings on his new record. So that should be interesting shooter Jennings in demand producer and writer for sure and I ever spoke to him is in the interview you're about to hear. So that was a lot of fun. It was great to get to know him a little bit. So that's what's going on this week as far as the interviews Hopi. Enjoy at Duff MacKay gin few minutes with him about thirty minutes. Probably coming. Up next on the trunk podcast. The drunk, bud. Gassed? 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Download new episodes of famous bitch three times a week apple podcasts and odd cast one. This is the Eddie trunk podcast. Getting tired of your lunch options change it up with Little Caesars. Hot and ready lunch combo. Well, we the winds of change get four slices of pepperoni. Deep. Deep dish pizza plus twenty streak now for only four bucks put by air you going Little Caesars. Get the Little Caesars lunch combo now. Just four bucks. Hot and radio. Eleven to two PM. Weekdays available at participating locations for a limited time plus tax. Welcome back everybody. Let's get to it right now on the trunk podcast this week. It is none other than Duff MacKay McCain who is also joined on the phone line by shooter Jennings. Let's get to it right now on this week's Eddie trunk podcast. Enjoy shooter nice to meet you and Duff. Good to talk to you, brother. How you been man? Good. It's been it's been a hectic last couple of years, really, really brilliant. And and and fun, and and kind of amazing, and I open and getting to do this this record in the interim of of this tour like on our breaks with shooter sort of observations I've made while on the road not about the band or the tour it's up, but really kind of more instead of third book. I kind of wrote these songs just a op survey Shen of traveling around this planet over the last two and a half years. Of course, you've written a couple of great book stuff. And I guess the idea of doing a third one might still be something on the table. But for you, this it sounds like this record was very much driven by. I mean, the expanse of touring that you did in the things that you've seen globally all over the planet in the last two three years with guns and roses. It sounds like that really is what drove you as a writer without be accurate. Is that what you were? You know, processing all that. Instead of putting it on pages. You put it into song. I did. Reader. I've always been a reader I'm through being calling this with Seattle weekly. I became observation est. You know, I would observe things a lot more than I ever did in my life and then writing. Those two books like my first book, I wrote you really do a lot of self observation. And you can't if you lie in your book. You're you're lying to you to your your word document, your lines yourself, you know, and I like I went through this. This whole kind of phase of trying to be honest with myself and. And because I read so much history. And I've always gotten out on tour and talk to people and go go to places, you know, but whether it's little big horn, or you know, or Normandy, the beaches of Normandy, or museums or Auschwitz, it's something heavies Auschwitz or. A lot of war museums and talked to a lot of people go to DC, and and observe what's going on over the last thirty some years. You know that that place is. Whole nother story. But I wrote little I was starting little pieces on things I observed and these became the song and shooter who's on the line. What was that next step? He really embraced a couple of tunes that I sent him and his production in input and everything on this really gave me the. I don't know the courage to to to push through with the let's talk about that a little bit and bring shooter into this shooter where where does your history and relationship with Duff begin? How long have you known him? Man, I think we were trying to calculate that. When we first on the first night, we started working on these songs it somewhere in the. I mean, I've been in LA twenty years, and I met him pretty quickly after I was there. I mean, I was big very very big guns and roses fan growing up. And I mean, I think them in handful of other bands that I was just massively, you know, in love with they all were in LA. So I was like, you know, wanted to go to LA because that's where they went. You know, all these other people that you know. And so like our our circles. Trying to. Pretty quickly and. Date with him. My band played several times voted and and opening up for them and got to do a gig thing with dozen slash and that sort on in Kushner onstage when I was like twenty three or twenty four, and then we just kinda would run into each other over the years, you know, and and then when this I got wind about this record from the friend of mine, and and and I just you know, we reached out 'cause I wanted I thought that it would be a good parent because I just love I just know his his music that he made so well, and it just I just love him the guy, you know, and it just kind of magically together right after that, you know. And is it true that what I read like you mentioned with with slashing and Matt and and those guys so were you actually in or did you actually do a gig with velvet revolver, where was it true that you were offered that gig? Here's what happened with that. Which was always so weird to me with that. Now, I don't think that that definitely have even ever discussed this. But like after I did that gig. We did the three songs at at that club body. You know, lay I got some Email. I didn't who was from or anything in like Jerry, consider Janning with those guys. And I remember being like at the time. I had my band that. I was doing and, you know, kind of my I didn't know it was real or not I never even had like a confirmation that it was until the ones that like teased me about it later, and I guess it came from somebody on from him or something, I don't know. But then later, we all were friends in indulge violence than they looking to somebody out to Scott in the they're sitting around tracks, and I made up the Tra I went I went in made stuff up to track, and it was like so bad. I was so embarrassed with my own. On top of what they did that. I never sent it back. But it was like I just love those guys in over the years. We all became like friends like Christner's kids go to my kid's school his son's name Waylon. And it's like, we all are kind of tighten it. You know? So that was like just kind of an awesome. I meant like I can't I'm not good enough to sing. So. So, you know, so Duff it sounds it. Sounds like what I'm getting from shooter. Here is that there's a there's a pretty long history, and it was sort of like only a matter of time before you guys would work together on something. And and this coming record is is is really something that was kind of a longtime in the justification process. As far as you in his you him doing something together. Shit. I guess you're right. That is correct. You know shooter busted off in in like two thousand four after he big time for for over. That's what you did shooting. Just. And he he went kind of fall into the outlaw country thing and had his first real big hit. He went from star on this rock and roll band to that song fourth of July, which became a big country hit and shooter went off in that world. And and I just kind of we all watched him like go shooter, go shooter and and shooters done so many cool project in and around his own band and with other people like Twiggy like rock people doing strange side projects. He's you know, he's writing songs with Manson right now. You know, he does shoot as so many different things so respected in in our world. You know, the guy just wanna Grammy for production on on rand Carlisle's record last week and he his production. There is is is next level. It's just it's very real. It's very honest. It's to tape. It's it's all about sparseness and the truth. You know, like our thing is like a couple of few chords and the truth, and that's all you need. Right. And and you know, and a good melody, and I was one of the most wonderful music experiences. I've ever had was working with shooter and his band making this record. But we didn't spend a ton of time because the songs bradey his band compla- the stuff in two or three takes and we were kind of in and out of there. Just getting the feeling, and I really admire shooters ability to capture the intent of the songs he really did that today you release the single the first song from the record called tenderness. I wanted to to ask you we have that as a. Taste of what this record is going to be how indicative is tenderness of the rest of the record. Does the record is Tempa wise direction wise, it's all in that zone. Or do you kind of float around to some different, you know, musical areas, or do you kind of stay in that sort of area? X give us a little taste of what the whole record is like in terms of direction. You'd say to me, I do think tennis is indicative of it. Because I think it fits like all the different points that all songs kind of hit. It's got like the the big things on course, with like, the rocket tars and stuff the end in the background vocals, then it's got a lot of layers of of like, you know, simplicity. And and I think the record kind of like that overall. But I I would say temple wise. It's everything's different that. Kind of. I think it's a good representation with sure I it really is. Yeah. I think it's it's not, you know, people are expecting a loaded records right now. It's not it's not that aggressive loaded in your face thing. This is like kind of polar opposite. And it's something I've always wanted to do. I have a fun this for the likes of, you know, Mark Lanigan and Greg Julie. And this is this is something I've wanted to do it's more. You know, the song Eddie wasted heart right from load. So this is more in that vein, and we actually did retract weights hard for this this record in a in even more somber kind of. Dynamic way. But yeah, it's indicative tenderness is indicative of the record. And as I'm seeing earlier with the audience stuff for for those that don't remember this actually technically is not your first solo record. Because you did have that one. What was it? Mid late nineties, the Geffen one, right? Ninety four. Yeah. I I made that record kind of during the allusions tour, and man, I gotta tell you. I don't remember making half the record. I think the thing I was going to say when you were talking earlier about being on the Nautilus lifetime tour, and all these observations and everything you had that lead into writing this the big difference going out with guns and roses and making a solar record. Now is the fact that I'm sure you remember in your health lot more lucid during the touring than you were when you made your last solo record. And plus, you know, getting back together with with excellent slash with my brothers that I came up with. And we created this whole thing together back, you know, in our early days, we we made the mistakes and we had the victories. We did all that stuff. We did together and getting back together after so many years, and and, you know, mending fences at as it were whatever you wanna call it. I was at ease man like on this tour. I was I was at peace and ease gave me it gave me the ability to really observe. Serve outside of what I was doing observe some more important, you know, things about what's going on. I'm father two daughters. My daughter. Are scared. You know about what's going on not just not trying to get political point anything in the record doesn't do that at all. But as a father and as a as a guy who loves his country. I felt it was it was time for me too. Say little something. And and that's that's what I did. And and and the the tour with with with those guys, you know, that band really gave me the. The I guess legroom to do something like this. Surprise, even you Dauth. Now that it's in the books looking back on the not in his lifetime tour. Did it surprise? Even you how big it was. Oh, yeah. Anytime I play gig this three people knew like. Play. You know, nothing has changed man. You can't take you know, kinda. I just always so grateful and. And the staunched, you know, some of these gigs. We played a lot of most of them if not all where a stunner Shing, how many people came and we're so into it. And, you know, everybody in that that comes to see you got their own story, and it probably fucking into interesting story. So I swear. It's just it's overwhelming, you know, knowing that. And I guess I'm just way more cognizant of all of these types of things these days and. Speaking gig speed from new material, and we've there's been some jams going around, and that that's the next, you know, step for for for us for the art thing. But right now this this record. So proud of it's it's it's a book, but it's but it's just record and and just so happy to work with shoop shooter. And and the songs came out. Exactly. Like, I heard them in my head. We'll get I'm gonna get back to a couple more things on this record. And also there's two live shows. I don't wanna mention you have coming up as well with shooter. And this this whole thing which was just announced today tenderness is the name of the song. But before I go back to your own record. I got to pick up on something you just mentioned because slash made a comment about a week ago about yeah, there's some new music. We'll see what happens you kinda just said that as well. I mean that you know, how rabid the guns and roses. Fan base is what what can you tell them about the next step? How how real is the potential for a new gene our record with you guys? Oh, it's real, you know, fun part of the cool part about it. Is we don't really talk about it. And what what what happens next just happens? And there's no it's never been that band that. Direct schedule of like of how do things, you know? I've heard some magnificent stuff that that axel have you know, really really really cool stuff that he'd been working on. And so. Excited about the possibilities. Is that? Of course. I don't mean to get anybody rapid. You know, our our thing will happen when it happens. That's for sure you're going to be playing some shows that are going to be markedly less people just in terms of the size of the venue coming up. You've got to dates announced may thirty first in may thirtieth. T- LA Philly may thirty first city winery in DC, and that's what this band, which junior. So talk a little bit about that. Are you going to be playing across section of your career? Just the the new record of that point. Or they're going to be more shows. What's the plan for live dates with with your own thing? Now. What do we do here shooter? Yeah. There's more shows for sure, you know, we wanna put to up because it is a new thing. We don't know. You know, it's it's different who who's gonna who's gonna come who's going to what size venues are. We gonna play. So these two Philly in DC. We'll give us a good gauge of what we can do. Yeah. There's there's more shows as far as cross section of songs. We're going to do this record. We have some fun other songs. So we're we're thinking of shooter is a massive fan of easier Lucians air guns. So we've been passed around in there. But you're going to hear the eleven songs that are on the tenderness record. And and some other stuff shooters to say, you're like the fan boy here like as much as all these wonderful things, and I'm sure very deserved about you. At the same token, you grown up guns and roses fan. You're like, yeah. I'm producing and playing in a band with Duff MacKay gun right now. I sense that that's probably going on with you a little bit. And I mean, it's it's it is like that. I mean, there's like, you know, fifteen year old is totally high fiving. But like at the same time thing getting like getting like getting in. And amazing person is his family and the generous kind compassionate human being. I came out of this process different, you know, and and getting to him sharing his opening himself up. It's like, you know, I asked you about these films as well. They're very much big part in the you know, probably my my. Deafness experiences ever had doing this records and doing it with one of my heroes and going out there, and you know, doing this live performing the stuff out of out of control on. And it's like, no he he allowed me to stretch out, and you know, in my band play with and and it really made I think it just kinda came in this really like really organically natural place between without any kind of like thoughts of like, you know, what should be doing does had these great songs we hung out at my house for like two weeks centrally and range than in the like stuff and then go on the road, right? And how back and then I'd be thinking about the whole time. And then and then we'd go back in and cut them start cutting in the, you know, the one of my favorite moment in this video is when you said like we I think it was tenderness. We are going to change that. And you were like, no, you know, he was doing really convinced on this stuff when he did your house and every time we should stick. With what we are. Got was always delight me, you know. So like to answer your questions like getting to to work with him, of course country. But it's it the processes that had so much more of a profound impact on me as musician in a and and as a person, you know, so in a way it started off like while I'm working with you know, defecate and by the end of it. It was like. Fucking one. My heart beats an entity song, and for you know, and just knowing that we're gonna get to go and do it lie. It's just. Gonna be awesome. I anyone who's gonna come shell. You're going to be so stoked committee. Well, guys, I I would love to continue talking. And hopefully, we'll do a lot more together. Once the record actually comes out, but Duff congrats on this and shooter congrat-. It sounds great. And of course, I know this is just the beginning record just literally came out the single once the full records out once we get closer to these dates. I'm sure we'll do a lot more together on it. But sounds great. And I'm happy we're getting some new stuff from you Duff. Amen. Any thanks for being a great champion for rock role at to remain to be in and thanks for playing single. And we'll talk to you got shooter. Nice to meet you. Hopefully, we'll do it in person. As you think you love you. To pal. See you guys. Goes Duff MacKay gin and shooter Jennings. Coming back with more on the trunk podcast. This is the Eddie truck podcast. Hey checkout off beat with Ricky Anderson and MIR Harrison podcast one joined the head of our for the Konya west founded label, good music and the music executive turned activist as they sit down for strange stories offbeat conversations with some of the biggest names in music, comedy, entertainment, and more. Download new episodes of offbeat with Ricky Henderson and MIR Harris every week on apple podcasts and podcast one. This is the Eddie troch podcast. Well, huge thanks to Duff MacKay gin and shooter Jennings for that interview. As a mentioned since that interview was done Duff and shooter have announced more toward dates and released another single from the upcoming new record. Hope you guys enjoyed that conversation. Look forward to seeing with these guys have in store going forward as things progress. Thank you guys. You're listening to the trunk podcast. It's new every Thursday, the podcast one dot com. And I tunes be back next week for another all new episode. Remember, listen to me daily on Sirius XM channel one. Oh, six volume live two to four PM eastern time replaying nine to eleven pm eastern time, and of course, available on the Sirius XM app. Be sure to join me on Sirius XM you only getting a tiny tiny taste of what I'm doing on a daily basis here on the podcast all of it comes from the Sirius XM radio show. And like I said if you follow on anything. On social media shorts. Twitter for me where I am most active simply at my name at Eddie trunk. Hope. You guys have a great week again. Thank you for listening. Catch you next Thursday for another all new episode? Hey, it's Adam Corolla letting you know about my newest podcast going racing me, and Matt the motivator. The Andrea that is we'll highlight the fastest cars. We'll talk about the best races and the best celebrities and motor sports thrive now podcast. What? Napa know it's love your car month Napa and show your car. The love get a Napa bucket for two ninety nine and save twenty percent on almost everything you can fit inside like car wash car wax and tire shy. So save some cash and look good doing it by getting twenty percent with Napa bucket while parts helpful people. That's Napa know how no how ever -ticipant auto part stores. Exclusions apply. Minimum three items may not be combined. With other offers offer ends four thirty nineteen. The Russ our report creates a firestorm in. It's not out yet. I'm Jacky Quin within a p news minute. The Justice department says attorney general William Bart will have a news conference in the morning to discuss the redacted Muller report. And then deliver it to congress. A couple of hours later that's raised the ire of Democrats, including judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is wrong. It is not the proper role of the attorney general. He says they'll subpoena special counsel, Robert Muller. If that's what's needed a federal appeals court scheduled a hearing for next week on whether to stop the Trump administration from forcing asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for their court hearings schools will be open tomorrow in Jefferson County, Colorado closed today because of threats from young Miami woman who's been found dead in Colorado in Chicago in cities around the world. Bells tolled in a tribute for the devastated Notre Dame cathedral. I'm Jacky Quin.

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Robin Loses Her Voice and Gets a Lecture From Hoarse Ronnie  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Robin Loses Her Voice and Gets a Lecture From Hoarse Ronnie The Howard Stern Show

"Stern show people don't understand it simple if they listen to me but everyone around here is the last time I've had this problem. It doesn't matter because he's so smart time for everything. Let me quote someone smart. Let me quote. Duff's don't speak either either. That's right you have to speak. Let me quote a very wise woman. Cold is the body's way of crying me said the now on the phone is Horse Ron. To Lecturer Boys Yes horse. Ronnie Fuck is wrong with you today. Hey what do you think with. Rob What is going on. It's called the tricky triangle horse. Ronnie you're trying to teach Robyn how not to get horse. was that correct. Yeah Okay Yeah and I was fine yesterday. My voice wasn't it right was mind. Yes what what was that. What I gotTA GO Horse Riding laughing. I'm laughing at you. All all right bye awesome pussies great powered stern show.

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Spotlight: This Tax Hike Could Put Small Breweries Out of Business

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

03:02 min | Last month

Spotlight: This Tax Hike Could Put Small Breweries Out of Business

"There's one category of small businesses that is about to be punched even harder by the covid nineteen crisis unless congress act soon literally thousands of micro breweries distilleries and wineries will be slammed with a big tax increase that will unnecessarily destroying many them. Hello i'm steve forbes. And this is what's ahead. Where you get the insights you need to better navigate. These turbulent times in the two thousand seventeen tax act craft breweries wineries and distilleries cut matrix cuts in the federal excise. Tax applied to the products and excise tax is a specific levy on a particular product. For instance the current tax on a barrel of beer made by small brewer starts at three dollars and fifty cents for reasons that only washington's absurd way of scoring tax changes could create these reductions. Were not permanent. But temporary there renewed once but they expire at the end of this year. If not extended again those levees will go up. Sharply the cuts have been a resounding success enabling craft breweries to invest in new equipment and hire additional employees. These entities numbering. Almost ten thousand have over. The years made america the premier beer maker in the world small distilleries and wineries also blossom but the pandemic has hurt them. Badly restaurant lockdowns and cancellations of live entertainment. Events have slammed sales extending these tax reductions. Have wide bipartisan support. No wonder small brewers and their wine and liquor cousins populate numerous congressional districts restaurants also favoured extension because the tax cut make beer and other alcoholic beverages. Less expensive for them yet. Congress has been hung up on other issues most notably a new stimulus bill. Normally if a tax break expires congress can renewed passed the deadline and made it retroactive. That won't work here because federal excise taxes must be paid as frequently as twice a month and these companies can't afford the hit to their cash flows which are already under severe stress people's faith in washington politicians already at rock bottom. Surely congress can summon the energy to pass an extension in fact our national. Legislators should make the cuts permanent. The survival of these entities is at stake not to mention the jobs of their thousands of employees microbreweries. Wineries and distilleries are prime examples of american creativity entrepreneurship. Congress should get off. Its collective duff and get this tax thing taking care of once and for all. I'm steve forbes. Thank you for listening. Do send in your comments and suggestions. I look forward to being with you soon again.

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 134: Hilary Duff, Mariah Carey, and Kids

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

38:21 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 134: Hilary Duff, Mariah Carey, and Kids

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I cannot believe that the days just really fly by and I remember people always telling me when I was younger like the older you get your days really just disappear like that and I can. One hundred percent confirmed that now that I'm getting older but it's all good. It's all gravy but Christmas did had come super-quick. Of course I waited to the very last second to do all my Christmas shopping. That's what I was doing Christmas stress shopping shopping. That's what I must say. I waited too last minute. I barely went yesterday to the mall and just like thousands of others. Maybe you as well everyone wait till the last minute. The mall was crazy packed and parking was terrible and I mean it's the only person I can blame at. This point is me because because I don't ever learn year after year I do the same thing. Let me know in the comments. Have you guys are the same way. But it's okay. It's all good. I I learned my lesson. Listen I'M GONNA do all of my shopping next year online. So Amazon be ready. You're going to be coming in my house a lot next year and we're not talking about Christmas shopping but I am in the Christmas spirit because we are a couple of days away and it happens to be my favorite holiday. I love this time of year. I'm just in the jolly Lee positive spirit and help you guys are too so and that's why I'm also pretty excited for today's episode. The I feel no actually every single news that I'm bringing on. Today's show is a happy one no negatively on today's episode all good positive things for today's entertainment slash celebrity news first. One being Hilary Duff and husband now husband Matthew Koma get married over over the weekend and I love Hillary Duff. If you grew up watching the lizzie McGuire movie Disney Channel The show. I absolutely adore her. She's just she's one of those Disney channel stars that didn't go down like a terrible path. Some of them. I'm not GonNa name who right now. But most most Disney channel stars that I grew up watching kind of took a not so light path. But that's okay. You know everyone each to their own. It's their own lives. Lives and the couple announced their engagement earlier this year in May tied the knot over the weekend in the backyard and their backyard of their Beverly Hills home so a very private event and the it was a twenty minute long ceremony in took place in an admit candlelit setting just as the sun was setting. So you can only imagine how romantic even sounds must feel absolutely beautiful and intimate wedding. So it's pretty opposite from last week's episode Daddy's fit the party birthday party. Every single celebrity a-list celebrities star wasn't attendance not like Hillary Duff and Matthew Comas wedding very private. The only air quote. I guess celebrities were attendance. Were the bride's sister slash actress. Hayley Duff Taylor Goldsman with wife Mandy Moore and then the rest of the guests who were in attendance were close friends and family so I were comparing it to Daddy's fiftieth birthday party from last week which I mentioned in last week's episode totally different vibes. Not a huge extravaganza which which I feel that fits. Hillary does personality I. I follow her on social media and I watch Some youtube videos she's featured on and she always just very calm and she has a very simplistic vibe to her. And I'm trying to say vibe because I just said it twice already within like five minutes of this show but that really is her so I liked how the wedding and the details and the wedding. Really captured Hilary Duff style as well ause Matthew Comas and I'll get into more of their simplistic yet meaningful style. And just a short minute. She posted Hilary Duff posted. A picture picture of her and now husband Matthew come on her instagram with the caption. This period that's not this and fans including myself were absolutely absolutely in love with her simple yet elegant dress and I don't really WanNa call the dress simple. It's not simple. It's a very modern. Look if you you guys haven't seen her dress on her instagram account. As well as her husband and vogue got an inside. Look at Hilary Duff's final wedding dress fitting so vogue dog did a whole behind the scenes interview with Hilary Duff. And her stylus ahead of her L. A. Wedding Ceremony and the dress was designed by I London designer Jenny pack them and she's known for her elegance and her style and the minor details she adds within her are cleaned designs and the wedding dress was like an ivory shade dress not that super bright's white. Yeah Super Bright White colored that you normally see in wedding dresses including my mom's I ever see my mom's actually she also got married at this time on December. My my parents have been married for over twenty five years so I hope that Hillary Duff and Matthew Koma will that huge milestone as well twenty five years ears for now but anyways but I was going to many dresses have that like bright white shade and I liked how Hillary's was toned down not not as bright ivory dress and it had saddled like shoulder pads very structured shoulder pads which I liked and it featured Shared Cape Sleeves that with the slit that runs up to the BICEP area and it forms a beautiful train behind her so the sleeves when all the way down dragged to the floor and it was just absolutely stunning. I hope I'm describing it well enough you know I'm trying to give you awesome. Imagery here are so hopefully you guys are capturing and also it wasn't open back so from the back of her neck down to her to her lower back. It was an open bags as you can see her shoulders her slim figure and then there were the detail was the buttons that ran from her lower back all the way down into the train at the bottom of her dress and I just loved how I can. I'm try not to use the word simple but it's just very clean. Modern luck like very. It was not your typical big poofy white dress very like a statement dress. That's what it was a statement dress and absolutely fit her style not to mention the dress. Look extremely comfortable like give I were to get married. I feel that Hillary's style. Her wedding style style is probably something that would align with me. I'm not big on like I have a weird issue with being the center of attention and I feel that the dress isn't to cure. I am like look at me which thoughts I mean as a bride. Everyone's GonNa be looking at you either way but I just loved her. I loved her dress so elegant so modern totally my style and such a statement dress again an absolutely loved it and the most touching part of the designed that again. All of this I'm describing you guys can go see on Youtube on invokes channel inside of that dress like the very bottom of the train inside. There's a special embroidery of Hillary Hillary's and and Matthews initials along with their kids initials and with the day of their wedding added on it as well so very personalized dress and again again. I think that Jenny Paknum she did such a beautiful job and capturing her style her her sense of style title really and adding those special touches to the dress really making it a unique piece. And unless you're so sweet to those initials at the very bottom of the dress including including the kids as well into the ceremony so absolutely beautiful and I wanNA quickly talk about Matthew's proposal because in Vokes Folks Interview with Hillary she did mention and explain how Matthew propose to her and this like I swear got a little teary idol's like house. We love his real. You guys and I'm also hopeless Romantics. That's why I love weddings. I love attending them. I love hearing about people celebrating their love. So I'm all about it So Matthew proposed to Hillary with the book he took her at the time they were living in New York he took her to a park to kind of distress Hillary. Hillary mentioned that the day that he had proposed where she was feeling a little bit under the weather. She was stressed and he decided to take her on a walk at this is park in New York and there. He gave her a buck and in that book. It's all about their love story. And it's illustrated through sketches sketches and pictures and very again very like personal. I loved I loved that. That proposal wasn't Super Extravaganza. It didn't have a public very private and just them to which boyfriend listening. Don't propose to me in a public open space again as I mentioned. I don't like being center of attention. I feel like I be really awkward if I was proposed in an open space. I much rather prefer private eh whether wherever the K. or wherever it takes place I feel like as long as you and that person makes it very that much more special. And within that book at the very last page there is an illustration of an orange and why and she explained that the orange it was cut out and she had to lift that piece of paper and in that piece of paper inside was the ring again. I'm doing the best I counted described to. You is the book the dress again. If you're not getting the imagery here go to the go to youtube lookout vogues interview with Hilary Duff. So you can get a better idea of the dress how it came and around the proposal as well but I just thought their whole story was beautiful. She even started crying during the interview. And I almost got emotional as well like I said when you really we feel. Somebody's love like even through the screen. I just automatically feel touch like I can tell. Their love is genuine their love is real their love is pure. And that's something I hope to have in my life. So that's I felt very connected with her story with their love story and also the Probably you guys if you're listening. You're wondering what does orange have to do. But she explained how Matthew Henry College for like they're like you're my half orange. It's actually of a lot insane like my Manhattan. So it's Kinda like you're my other half so I thought that was a really cute detail that he added and the proposal and I as I mentioned also in the beginning of this podcast. I just feel like it's so wonderful to see you know. Young Childhood Stars Stars are at least depending on what generation grew up right but my generation of you grew up with Hilary Duff lizzy. McGuire that era. It's so nice to see those young child child whose childhood stars blossom into stable adults as I mentioned earlier. A lot of them don't always follow the best path later later on and I truly wish Hillary and matthew a long and happy marriage and to end off this segment. This is what dreams are made need of. That's also from the Lizzie. McGuire movie I did not make that up and on that note guys wearing take a quick break and when we come back I'm going to share with the guys Mariah Carey's aries all. I want for Christmas. Is you think. Your not eligible for Medicaid. Thank again Optima Medicaid. XP is helping four hundred thousand additional virginians unions like you could access to quality cost Medicaid health insurance optima cosmetics be covers doctor in er visits prescriptions. Lapworth xrays immunizations family planning. 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We're now moving onto a new topic and my absolute favorite Christmas Christmas Song. which is Mariah? Carey's all I want for Christmas is you must be everyone else's favorite Christmas song as well because it is sitting right now now at the number one spot on the billboard hot one hundred which is crazy because the song was released twenty five years ago and for a song occur SMA Asong especially to revisit not just hitting the billboard hot one hundred tar but heading the number one spot I mean. That's a huge accomplishment. So congratulations Mariah Carey very hopefully. He'll listen I'm a fan but as I just said more than two decades ago after its original release my carries classmates classic Christmas Song She is now incoming is accompanied with a new music video which premiered on December nineteenth. So she reshot a whole new music concept except for this song totally revamped it and as I just said this year marks the twenty fifth anniversary of this timeless hit and I feel like only Mariah Carey can really do this like she has experienced so much success off this one song and to think that she wrote the song in the nineties. If I W did and nine hundred ninety four and if you listened if you really really listened to the song and the keys it does not sound like a ninety song at all it truly is a classic timeless hit. I get I can totally. I could totally biased here because because I do love the song I am a fan of Mariah Carey so say what you want. She is killing it right now and it's hard to believe that this woman is fifty years old. You guys if you watch the latest or the new all I want for Christmas. Is You music video. Oh my gosh. She looks absolutely stunning. In the revamped music video she's wearing Her own version of Santa's sue. It's like this really cute skintight. Hi Body suit but not too skin tight words and appropriate. If your kids watch this is definitely kid friendly. And I think that's the point of the video for anybody anybody to enjoy and see it and I'm pretty sure I was just as I said. I was Christmas shopping over the weekend and this song was playing over and over again. Especially in macy's I'm not sure of Mariah Carey for that specific song. She has some type of deal with macy's because every time I listened to all I want for Christmas is you it. I automatically think of macy's department store I'm talking about. Let me know the comments if you guys have that same association or correlation with the Song Long in the store. I don't know by every time in that store like that song just plays and especially. When I was over the weekend I heard it over and over again which is fine because I enjoyed the song and I'm not a huge Christmas song per I love Chris Smith? Bye Mom big on Christmas music. That's what I'm trying to say. I get tired of it really really quick really fast and I really enjoy the song. It truly is timeless. I never get sick of it and I know it's going to continue to experience. It's tremendous success with the next twenty five years and now get into the future plants furthest song in just a short quick moment and the original. We'll video for this. Song is the complete opposite of the newest music video just released so in the new music video. It's really a a whole production and you can tell I mean there is like ice skating. Santa's there's synchronization of extremely large candy canes. There's dance choreography feed. There's children dancing and I liked the little modern touches that Mariah Carey added like the children in the music video. They were heading the WHOA. Oh and then the shoe so for those of you who don't know you probably like. What is that? Those are just two type of dance moves. The have became highly popular popularized within like the last five years. I'd say so. Look it up on Youtube. I'm sure there's so many kids showing to to`real how to properly. WHOA or how does shoot so I just like she really modernize a new video but still WanNa wait? It's modern but still classic. It's I like I said like she has done such a superb job with this piece with this song with the whole production of the music video. I can definitely see this music video playing like I said in the next twenty five years and still have that modern classic feel to it. So I'm a fan. I'm a total fan and as I just I love this. It's the holiday anthem. And I think of Christmas I think of Mariah Carey and this song will never die. It's so oh catchy I love the harmonies. And in addition to the newly revamped music videos she just release. She also released released a deluxe Christmas album titled Merry Christmas. And this is also to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of this classic Kit and I. I was actually playing her Deluxe album as I was decorating for Christmas About three weeks ago with my mom and again like it's just. Her voice is so soothing with ink. And it's so crazy that she's fifty because as you age your voice changes right like I know for sure. I definitely don't sound the same ten ten years ago and the fact that she has been able to sound the exact same if not better from the time you know she was in her twenty s and the ninety s to now now fifty and still having the range the vocals that she does. It's truly amazing. That is true talent. I'm a fan I can. You can not tell through the not provide say five again you guys. I caught myself but can you guys tell right now through the tone of my voice how Jews Diam. I'm about especially Christmas Eve. It's tomorrow I'm playing the heck out of that song. I don't care and according to a two thousand seventeen report from the economist all I want for Christmas is you has made more than sixty million dollars in royalties since its release in nine hundred ninety four so again again she has made more than sixty million dollars ts. Can you guys see why. Christmas is her favorite time of year as well. I mean it it would be mine my favorite time if I made a classic kick and I'm literally making money every time. The holiday rolls around. I mean that's a win win. Situation facing for her and those companies so she. She's really done an amazing thing. So an addition to the newly revamped music video she released in addition to the deluxe album to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of this timeless hip they Amazon is releasing an exclusive documentary titled Mariah. Mariah Carey. Is Christmas I cannot believe she has now won an Amazon or not one but she has earned an Amazon deal. Okay Okay Amazon. Deal for a documentary to talk about the creation of the song and how the song came up like that's crazy and I I'm sure she she would have never imagined something like this either in her career special for one song and the fact that she released. I'm just throwing all these facts that you guys and the fact that she wrote this song I believe it was three to four years into her career so she hasn't even been in the music industry for that long and to take that leap getting out of that comfort zone and writing a classic Christmas Song that's extremely challenging and she has far far exceeded everyone's expectations. I mean celebrity are not celebrities musicians. Most of the time do covers of other Christmas Smith Songs Ri- But she took it a step further and she really wrote a classic timeless hit and has gained so much excess from this as one song. And that's so amazing. I I love and I love that. She I respect artists musicians who write their songs a lot. More Lord than other artists who have ghostwriters. That's what you call them. Ghost writers are people who write your lyrics for you so the fact that she wrote the song from top to bottom. That's why I one thousand percent respect or even more ant another interesting little fact I wanted to throw in there for y'all producer Searle and Co Songwriter. Walter offense off fief I super I hope I pronounce his name Right. Walter Afonso fief he produced and cowrote. Although on Chris is you with Mariah Carey and what was shocking to me was he said that I. He didn't see much potential unsual in the song because he believed that the song was over-simplified with the melodies and the keys to simple so he downplayed the Asong when Mariah Carey came to Walter and show you know they started co writing and playing with the tunes of the Song Long. He said he didn't have a lot of hope for it. He thought it was too simple. But I believe that because it was so simple and the lyrics are applicable to any type of relationship. This song all I want for Christmas zoom. If you listen to the lyrics she doesn't explicitly say like he she they it's applicable to. Everybody could be from woman to man man to child man-to-man anything like so. I think that's also why this song song such a hit is because anybody sing along to it. The lyrics are general and applicable to everybody and because the melodies and the he's are so simple a makes its that's what makes it so. Catchy it stuck in your head. It's the same kind of tone throughout the song so it just it makes it harder. Forget and I think that's the genius part of that Mariah dead so I just I'm a fan and I thought it was something really interesting and I I wanted to share with the guys how the producer didn't see much wasn't really didn't predict much success with the song and and he was completely wrong uneven admits he was wrong. There's a whole interview with Walter. Explaining the production of how song came up and on that note and take another another quick break and when we come back. I'm going to be sharing with the guys. Some kid celebrity news tired of searching being the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been search. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. I'll think less than our podcast list with endless hours of podcast asked coverage from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to build. That podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. Www W. DOT GS MC podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download. On itunes soundcloud and Google play Hello and welcome back to GSM STI ENTERTAINMENT PODCAST AND WE'RE GONNA go on to a different subject one that I love as well. We're going to talk about a couple of celebrity kids first. One being stormy armie stormy Liu so for those of you who don't know stormy is Kylie Jenner's daughter now when I log onto twitter this morning I saw stormy army was trending and immediately I had two clicks on Mike Stormy is so freaking Q.. As ev I see there's a blog post or a video video and stormy is the face of it. That's click big for me like I'm going to click it because I want to St Story's cute little tiny self. So starring was is trending this morning on twitter and said I had two clicks. I'm like I need to see what the hype is about. Why is this little girl trendy and I saw? She's trending ending because of a of a youtube video. Kylie Jenner posted this morning so Kylie Jenner posted a youtube blog showing her viewers all of her at home Christmas decorations and at the very end of the video she explains how Kris Jenner stormies. Grandma Kylie. Jenner's mom I hope you guys guys know that Kyle Kris Jenner had a surprise for stormy Kris Jenner. Being the rich loving grandma that she is gifted stormy a a two story life-size playhouse with the patio and a loft and there are so many jokes and memes surrounding this. Because how is it that a two year old has a bigger house than I do. That's what everyone's joking that you know the typical playhouse that most of us probably grew up in. I main there are like two feet tall right and only our Barbie dolls fit in there but this is a legit. It's like a shed actually. That's the best size. I could describe it to you guys. It's it's like a shed and two stories at the bad a kitchen cute little furniture and I'm Rita Guy. Some of the jokes memes. That I found funny when I was going through twitter. One person said stormies playhouse has wood floors while my actual apartment has carpet and another one goes stormies. playhouse is bigger than the average London. Flat now I'd never been to London but I can only imagine how expensive mm sieve. London is and the price you have to pay to live in an attic probably similar to living in New York and another one goes. Where does it? Oh they were also saying how stormy two or a two year old guy a two story playhouse and for Christmas I got nothing and there was like a picture of coal. It's probably again. You have to go see him. I'm probably not describing it as well as I can see probably like what. But this playhouse is super super cute and not only. Was this a grand rich gesture from grandma Kris Jenner but it was also a very heart fell and thoughtful gift. I mean of course US average people were looking at the gift like why does a two year old need those gigantic playhouse halls lake house spoiled. Is She Yada Yada Yada. But one thing you can't deny is a Kris Jenner. I watched the show sometimes keeping up with the Kardashians so I see how giving she is to her kids like she really is all about her kids and she's super loving and all about family and that's all all what I'm about and I just thought the gesture. This grand gesture was super heartwarming and thoughtful because the playhouse that story stormy received is is actually the same playhouse that Kylie grew up and was she was stormies age. Chris got really emotion sentimental when she started to cry to crying during in Kylie's blog and she said that she wants Kylie to create those same beautiful memories with her daughters. So there's a lot more to the gift and Jus- US. Oh at the huge two story playhouse word a two year old. I mean Ed's there's meaning behind the gift and I just thought it was super sweet and I love the relationship shipped currently has with her mom there besties and data. I am with my mom and time. It would connect with their relationship. So say what you want about the family but one thing you cannot denies that they're all about family they're all about love and you can't deny that the beautiful thing and I'm joking looking here but you can definitely tell which which child is a favor one bright because out of all of Chris Jenner's kids why she gifting the biggest playhouse to stormy NAM kidding. I'm kidding she did say that Kylie grew up in the playhouse. And I'm assuming Kendall Jenner probably did as well but Kendall doesn't have any kids so who is she gonNa gift that playhouse too so just to put out out there very cute stormies playhouse. Go look at Kylie Generous blog. If you WANNA get more detail about this grand gesture now. Moving on we're GONNA move onto another celebrity kid here. Fifty fifty cents. Fifty cent rented out an entire toys. R US store for his seven year old son Sire. Can you imagine. Imagine your parent Guardian Grandma. GRANDPA ON T. uncle whatever renting out an entire store for you. That's insane. Yeah I mean I don't really care to be a celebrity. Earning thing of that but that type of money that's crazy. I can't even imagine how much money he put down just to rent out the store and he only rented it up for two hours. Actually I can't imagine because I have it here in my notes. I'm lying to you guys I. I do know how much he paid to rent out the entire store. So the rapper made this Christmas extra special for his seven year old son Sire by trading him to a private shopping spree at the toy store and I was confused. I thought toys R. US went bankrupt. Didn't you guys hear that story to know yes. Let me know in the comments again again. Maybe I'm just super delayed with his news so he I I was rating that toys R.. US There's only two stories in the US correct me. If I'm wrong and the one that they rent it out was the one in Georgia nine hundred percent sure exactly which location I just know in Georgia. That's toys R.. US about fifty cents decided to rent out and apparently earlier this month sire ask for the whole store and his wish came true so Santa Did give him what he asked for for Christmas and when they walked in there was a logo with his son's picture saying sires toys R.. US which I thought was is really cute. So its cy year and then. The Toys R. US logo on there it was displayed on the floor and on the wall and I was so cute. I mean I don't don't think I could ever do that for my future child because I don't know if I'm going to have that type of money you know splurge like that but I mean. Have you have the money. If you're a celebrity the and go do way I know of the parent. You're going to do whatever it takes to see a smile plastered on your child's face so definitely not judging here and even the Child Sire he was in utter disbelief has died. was actually able to pull this this off and none. The less sire was extremely happy. It was a happy little boy and you can tell by the huge smile on his face. His his mom daphne joy also joined them and she was recording taking pictures so it was very cute moment and sire was able to to pick out as many toys any toys he wanted from the story. That's like every kid's dream in my right going into a toy store and your parent goes rose by whatever you want. Grab whatever you can and we're taking it home. That's every kid's dream come true that's amazing and I'm going to share with. Aw How much fifty fifty actually job to run out the whole store and he spent around one hundred thousand dollars to close out the store for two hours for his son one. That's amazing that's great. If I have that money I would do the exact same thing for my future kid. But I don't so my my future kids GonNa have to just be okay with one toy maybe to toys but again Christmas is not about the gifts. Ri- I know stormy gotTa huge two story playhouse. Now fifty cents on cy year you know got an extravagant gift of getting any toy from the toy story and having a private shopping spree. I know that's that's not realistic for most of us and we have to remember that Christmas is about spending time with their loved ones. And it's not about the gifts and the little ones hopefully will catch onto that as the age and grow older and on that note you guys are going to conclude today's GMC entertainment episode. So if you like today's podcast don't forget to give us a like subscribe share all that good stuff and catch for here ear for the last episode the Last Entertainment Episode of Twenty Nine Thousand Nine. 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REShow: Duff McKagan. Hour 3 (03-28-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

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REShow: Duff McKagan. Hour 3 (03-28-19)

"Orig- is on demand. Your show your schedule. Fifteen minutes after ball dot com. Check out the casts at richeisenshow dot com. Our number three our final hour of the rich Eisen show. Our miss opening day Thursday, we had allied or of MLB network on our number one. And as we are here on in our number three. The Yankees are up three nothing with Aaron judge on base for second time on the day in filled. It looked Voight with a three run shot three around Jimmy Jack as they say on top of the Orioles. And then it's still one nothing in Washington DC with Robinson canot homering in his first at bat as a New York met. And man, I've got I've got a list here of players to Homer on opening day in their Mets debut. There's a whole bunch of. Okay. Oh, I know one. Who would we Gary Carter? That's correct. That was a game. I was at when I got the cake corner come on. Come on times interviewed me for the cake on I showed you the article. Now, you are you. Let's let's take this one step at a time here to the news update and McKay. No, I'm getting excited to. You have done this before. And now we're going to get into it here. Yes. Our three Duff McCague, and I just had a good chat with him. He is not only of guns and roses fame of Duff McCain fame, he's he's also of the Jerry Cantrell Alison chains fantasy football league fame that we dominated. I mean, we putting it like a wire-to-wire dominant. Putting lately as we want to be wreck. So and there's a little bit of he he doesn't know about the bet that we've made with Jerry Cantrell before the he did not have to cash in on because he beat us two years ago and this year, he would he refused to even make it. That would be, but I wanna give this way because I think he's got the show on back in the green room. And I don't wanna give anything away when he's coming out here. And we're gonna get a news update. Your phone calls at eight four four to retrieve a few. We wanna get to. But you might del tufo have taken credit for this before. And you haven't been fact shown New York Times article in which Michael del tufo of New Jersey, right, and my friend, John where we were interview you created the famed Shea Stadium K corner where you wouldn't. They would hang ks front words backwards for doc Gooden weeding ate it, but we were credited for creating because they came up interviewed me, and my friend who were friends with the guys 'cause we would sit up where your friends with the cake corny craters guys for my forget where they were from. They could have been from Brooklyn. They could've been from anywhere people the case guys, we just I don't know where you associated. We would get the seats. Like right near them in the where sat in the upper. I think it was left field Roy's, right? Thank you. I bridge. My memory. Getting old. By the way. There's now two on for Luke Ford again, but going we would we would go there, and we buy packages tickets. We would get like, you know, you get like the ten the Mets did that back. Then I understand. So we've sat they left when the New York Times guy came up, we were left doing the cake owner. So you were in charge your. Ks. We were actually it was a peel. We actually made a new thing that we had made up with the kids were these guys will advance, gee, we took it to another level. So literally the guy comes up, my friend, John either like who the guys the cake owner point us because all the people behind us. And we were like they interviewed us you magic. It was radically. Have it? It was innovative at one point to hang ks. That was like the first place. It was I was at a Dwight Gooden's start at Shea Stadium against the Milwaukee Brewers. I think he struck out rob deer nineteen personal remember, dear I do. And I I was there. It was it was a festival when Dwight Gooden's start at Shea Stadium. It was a carnival. And when he struck people out. Crazy. Yeah. It was pretty an so they had the cake corner in the right field. Yes. And so that day where you were interviewed by the New York Times dot and got credit and did not disabuse the times of. No. I mean fact that others created the K cornered. You're just there at the time because they had left. We we took part of the reason why they left is. Because Gary Carter homered, and you knew that based. I mean, look at this awful circle and opening day. Rich Eisen show story. I did not know could come. All right to pitch devoid. Oh my gosh. So here the other ones Charlie Neal's, the first Gill, Hodges fame, Gill, Hodgson, Dave King Kong king. Okay. Ritchie Heppner by these are all names that you said, the voice of Bob Murphy, the longtime voice of the New York Mets, Bobby, Bo. Did it Jose this guy? You know? Bernard Gilkey innocent until proven guilty or innocent until proven guilty Cosma to Carlos BELTRAN last to do it before Robinson. Oh, did it the famed Collin cowgill? Who's got a show also on Fox Sports radio every single day against ours. You're listening to the Gill. Doesn't have the same ring to it doesn't say Collin cowgill Everington. Yeah. You can't you can't do it successful show called the Gill. With Colin Cal Cal three. Void have the green light. Of course. She does. It's the three nothing game right here, by the way, it's now basis loaded. This is what we're doing right now is against the a must. We have the express consent of major league baseball Commissioner, which you know, we're tight with. Bob man for. Totally fine. I'll be Manford. Let's do it. You know, we gave them a bag of cash ball, the NFL the goods will let us do it. It's all good. All right. Rick in Fort Lauderdale, Florida before you get to the news. What's up Rick? Hey, rich. Welcome back from a wealth deserve aka thanks again. How you've been but I'm doing great all the way nineteen eighty five season. Good and going back and forth. Sei-yung that was like two two great picky performances that season. I honestly, you know, when Dwight Gooden took the mound in Shea Stadium. It was the truly must have to get tickets. It really was unbelievable. But what else on your mind, Rick? Well, Rick before if you my Facebook prediction, I say to great interviews today. Williams, what a gentleman what a great guy. Thanks quick. They used to do a charitable event. Insane. Pete, you know for the retired baseball players. They had celebrities and all that and Williams who had to already in his fifties. Maybe an early sixties Ritchie would catch all nine innings of the baseball game. I mean, this guy was one of a kind and talked to the fans and lighter. Another great interview thing, I feel bad. For out because he pitched too memorable games in the World Series that went on notice game seven and ninety seven and then gave by of the subway series. And so, you know, but I like another great guy, but rich here's my prediction for this upcoming season. And Brockman might wanna close for this the AL like I are Yankees. I got the Indians and the Astros and got his websites and the raise as my two cars, and I got Aaron judge winning the MVP and L I got Phillies cardinals and God's ears. And I got the Padres and the national my wall taught, and I got Paul Paul Goldschmidt winning the MVP and rich for the first time since nineteen sixty four I will have my dream World Series Yankees versus cardinals. And this time the Yankees get revenge on the cardinals. I got the Yankees winning at all day. Read you to there's Rick and Fort Lauderdale. He's ready for opening day. That's great stuff right there. Boy, the the Padres make it what Machado that would be. That'd be something. We Danes Jeremiah's Audrey family. The only one we got a news update you want to. And now. Oh live report. Rock men with the new will give the news. However, you wish by the way, mcgilla, new Harwood. They double play ground balls four nothing right now Honda dream garage spring event brings you are news update. You can get a great deal on the Honda your dreams right now with available Honda sensing load of high tech features. You don't wanna miss out on these great deals headed your local Honda dealer today. Christopher few NFL things in reports in the Cowboys dolphins close to completing trade going to send Robert Quinn to the Cowboys. Okay. Big move for them go that defense. But they as you know, the the dolphins only want guys who were on the team wonder stand. Hey, you want to compete, but just not this year. Two thousand nine hundred dolphins not that we're not tanking. Just not this year telling you Fitzpatrick is gonna win five six the only going to get the first they also can't just flat out go out there and just start some sort of guy. Who's never started before you have to have some ability to win football games. But we all know they want to and to the AFC's. So it's going to be darnold Allan Rosen and two for a neck for ten years after after TB twelve decides to unless TB twelve will be fifty two, you know. You know, who he'll? Z? I know as you mentioned earlier and the show to Joel Klatt said that he's hearing Rosen getting moved chargers. Giants patriots top suitors one of the three has already offered a second round pick. They they wanna I they wanna I I don't think they're gonna get one. Well, the thing is that they can sit here right now and hold their breath. And have to take Kyle Cuyler Murray. If they wanna take him they gotta get rid of Josh Rosen. And they gotta do it on the same moment. Do it. Yeah. Again, I think it's got to be the minute. They pull the trigger on it. They just pull the drawer out, and they take it. Because if Cuyler Maury they they make this maneuver in Cuyler Murray somehow, someway, just slips in his house and suddenly blows neon out. Have to draft him watch him walk to the podium or wave to the cameras from the right from his house fog up a mirror walk around and look healthy. And then they announced the trade of Josh Rosen that they have already made the terms for going in. That's I think the way this is going to be and it's going to be a very awkward opening to the off season workout program in a couple of weeks in Arizona when Josh Rosen shows up as he will as a professional. Yeah. It's yeah. It's strange the PI the rule changes PF fares from yesterday. Mike Brown, of course, Bengals owner the wound. No vote he explained it by saying the reason we're against it interrupts the game. It changes the character of the game in my mind. I think in some ways it's sort of odd to see people all sitting there waiting for somebody in New York to tell them if it is or isn't. I'd rather just play the game. Hey, look, and I'm sure he would rather the announcers cut their hands and leaned into the microphone and talk about the game. Let me tell you something about this game. Hey. Come on. It's the twenty first century. He's an old school guy. He's an old school guy in every last possible way he is. But guess what things will pass you by? If you just going to be an old school guy. I could not be more vehement when it comes to instant replay, UC it at home. I see it at home you need to use that. And what happened in New Orleans needed to be rectified and addressed? Kudos to the NFL for doing it. And let's see what the unintended consequences are. And if they are so stringent, and they are so hamstrung hamstringing the game. Then they'll take it away. It's a one year thing. And at least they hit necessary. We tried try and it did not work. We're just gonna go back to the refs need to be better. What's wrong with this? I don't think anything asterisk on the twenty nine thousand nine season the one season where you could challenge. Opium DPI. We just got to see what it looks like. Tell the fans in New Orleans. We hear you. Crucial. Brown's gonna have a decision to make on his quarterback coming up. He was asked about Andy Dalton coming off. He was injured last year. Didn't have a good season got hurt. Did not finish the year. I think Andy's good player. He said he will rebound. He was hurt. We lost other pieces if he's healthy. We stays healthy. I have confidence in him, and we'll put it together and see if we can extend him. Okay. I think that's a good move extending. Andy Dalton is a. Good football player who has a ton of ability when he's healthy. And he's got a good offensive line around him. And I can't sit here and say the guy can't play football. Just lying Louis finally got out. Let's just see what he can do in the hands of a Sean McVay acolyte. Let's see how it goes. But they have to have a good offensive line. And unfortunately, one of their best offense of lime in the last ten years is is for Sean McVay right now, they're Whitworth, by the way Goldschmidt just struck out in his first at bat as a Saint Louis cardinal. It's already two outs in the first inning for the brewers. And they're making their third pitching change of the NFL. Very strange. No, I'm sorry. They're just going to stick with the starter for maybe one more third of inning. I guess right. Cool story yesterday feature on ESPN dot com about Harry Kane. The English soccer star twenty five year old says when his career is over and ten or twelve years wants to try being. An NFL kicker a huge base and Tom Brady fan. Yeah. Started watching NFL games on YouTube and said he'd like to try being NFL kicker. Okay. So we'll story early thirties. Mid thirties. We're talking about for Harry Kane. Okay. Why not that'll be that'll be great? Why not and and and. He'll hit the crossbar. Go is in ham. Right. I was I was written for I was rooting for hours rooting for England. I was really rooting freeing than a hard for them. But what else? Now, you mentioned it for junior tech intends to play senior guard tie outlaw tonight who had been charged with marijuana possession tomorrow night, excuse me against do. What are you gonna clean test buzz Williams announced that he took a drug test before the team left campus on Wednesday came back negative, so buzz Williams, and they're a D for take AD will allow him to go. It's an unfortunate coaching name for this story. Don't you think? Does the foreign Marquette go just and lastly, enter McCague like that one. Says the guy's not stone. So Bose says he can play. Basically is what you're saying. Right. Okay. What else? Touching that one. We got six game of thrones episodes coming up, April fourteen. Yes, that's six and then the week after an HBO we're gonna to our documentary films. Final episode. Okay. So it's going to be called game of thrones. The last watch talk about all the making of it on location and all the various, you know, Ireland circulation. We are to Sunday's away to Sunday's away from the masters wrapping up and then once the jacket gets Haggar puts on a v three jacket. Okay. And then we have game of thrones per mare. I can't switch from that master steam game of thrones now because I'm set up for something else. Oh, you're setup for him. Okay. I can't can't have everything ready. Not even the drop where he says he can't ever ready can have it ready. He set up for Duff MacKay. Let's get how are you? I'm good. I'm great for Bellas cagan is here's upcoming solo album. Tenderness is available on the last day of may. But we're thrilled to have him right here. As he's getting set to kick off a North American tour tour in Philadelphia in may as well, we're going to chat with Duff McCague who's got his Seattle Mariners lid on right here. Next on the rich Eisen show. 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Well, I'm back here on this program. One of the all time greats his solo album tenderness is going to be released on may thirty first day after a North American tour of his kicks off in Philadelphia. The single chip away can be already heard Duff online dot com. You can preorder a chance to catch a special Grammy museum performance that will be next week Duff McKay. Good to see you circuit. How you been seeing to you bet you got your Mariner's hat on. Well, I mean, you ready go opening days here. Correct. I'm ready to go. Well, the best record in baseball right now. We do. Yeah. We get. We're going one sixty two. I was going to make sure at least two for today. Yeah. It's been a tough. It's been a tough road being a Mariners fan. You know? It's really been tough. We had something goes kinda like my fantasy football league. Yeah. In our league. Yes. Like, I was I had something going team McCague in was doing very was killing it. Yeah. And then suddenly just the wheels came off there was couple of bad booze. And this is one of your best years. You've had those in the best. Yeah. I've got a guy. My new guy. You've got a guy. I got a guy. It was it was my nephew. But he's busy graduated USC. And then he he went off to work in Denver. He just got busy disrespect you. If you don't think he was doing a good job. Around these busy. Okay. He's a kid. Yeah. I mean, he's he's like a Rainman when it comes to like stats that stuff has been thirteen years old, but he just got busy. And last summer. I guess it would have been when Pearl Jam was playing the home shows in Seattle my wife. Susan, I went to one of the shows, and we're side states. Mike mccready, my good, buddy. And this friend of his Jerry is the head of security for the Anaheim angels Jerry lives in Orange County. He's a cop down there. And Jerry came up to me during the show the program tone goes your your your team your fantasy team sucks. We've got to change that you know, your team always falls apart you draft. Good yours drive too many Seahawks. You we gotta stop that. You don't. And and I I sit on the road. Like, I tour I pay attention to the team. But you know, I the waiver. I don't understand the way why all that stuff. I just dropped my guys and and switch them out on by weeks and I'm off to the races. But he said you can't I'm I'm coming. I'm going to be your partner he came to the draft with Jerry Cantrell house. Yes. That's Chris Brockman was there representing representing our team. I don't know if you met my Jamaica the Anaheim cop who knows what he's doing fantasy football Jimmy, and he was talking smack at. Wow, Harry, everyone talks so much trash at this draft. I got an Jeff garland shows up with. No, no, computer, nothing garlands in the finals, we played garland in the finals this year and his his team's name is unmentioned. Grandma's. And then he mentioned a body part. Normally grandma doesn't have I went to a bowling birthday party of go. And I it is packed walk in. And there's Jeff Carlin without a shirt on. Has a big hug. How's it going, man? Fantastic teams at very well this year. So that's good. We did. Well, yeah. My partner, Jerry. He he apologized, and he said, I got busy and didn't I made a couple of bad moves? He I think he has like ten different Patsy teams. But at least I made it into some aren't uncharted territory for me, right? Exactly. What you know, Jerry Cantrell about Duff McCague in here on the richeisenshow, Jerry has a weakness. Okay. And that is he is the he's just a complainer when his team is losing true. There's actually been wine and essentially like give up and just bitch and moan and just complain about how much teams perform and like, so are you are you forfeiting this week? No, not and then his team wins. And it's just it's just annoying that just the he's the complainer in moaner. What is? Changed and with what? So the seasons before he could see my team was out the Cayman we've been pros for long. Will you trade me this guy side, text, you know, and this year, he's started my team's doing too good. He was like couple text me a couple of things I like, Jerry. No, I like Matisse, and he will get he's very competitive, Jerry. So you're he was using your you Duff McCague in his relationship to say help me out on fantasy since we go way back in your teams go that Tepe am I get him in trouble right now? You would that's the worst. That's the I mean in terms of flagrant violation of fantasies. Well, not right. I didn't throw him under the bus because it really didn't go down because all throw him under the bucket because Jerry is very competitive anything not just fantasy league competitive guy. Like in terms of how many people show or whatever game. Okay, dice, whatever it is. He's very competitive, but it's made an amazing Qatar playing songs. Sure. This comes in handy. Yes. I know what is it about Seattle that everybody is so talented in music. I mean, what is it about that city that so many people come out of that city are so successful and all root for the Seahawks for them. Eat is when you from Seattle, you stay Seattle for sure like I didn't move down to LA in the eighties and seventy start rooting for the dodgers Lakers. I don't even have a basketball team anymore, but I'm still saw expand. Okay. And the Lakers are still Dami. Right. That's enemy number one. If you're sunk span, so there's still the enemy, and I don't have a team. That's how that's what Seattle does to you. Your Seok span. You're Mariners fan. No matter what. But the the music thing. I I really attribute the talent to know. One thing was it rains lot that does. So everybody. Goes through Grajales basement and plays and oftentimes especially in the early eighties mid eighties. Every every band would share the same rehearsal place or two places. So you shared ideas. There was when I moved to LA eighty four I saw there was competition between bands bands, try to sabotage the bands. That just doesn't happen at Seattle. Like Banda try to help each other. Okay. I'll gear and therefore you shared like riffs, you would share Qatar. So who did you share with you have a good story of shared with you? Or you you with them or something? I mean, a lot earlier band before, you know, Alison chains and Soundgarden. I mean, I knew Kim tail before I laughed and Chris Cornell, of course, we're all the same age, Chris, and I went to the same schools alternative schools stuff, and we were in saying punk rock scene. So I don't know who I share what that's a good question. I only try to ask those McCain. You know what? I mean. I try my best just and so I think I I noticed a big difference. When I moved here the competition. No sharing ideas. No sharing of like, hey, I got this this new riff on guitar. I'll show it to you. There was none of that was just hide and try to you know, bands with try to sabotage our gear. Good luck with that. You know, we were I are trying like flyer. They were flying over our flyers it you just get done putting up fliers all our around Hollywood. And you'd come back to that day and somebody flyer over you that didn't last long with other bands. We're. We were a if it was going to be competition. If you wanna play like that. Yeah. We were the wrong band kind of do that why eighty five eighty six? We weren't here to play around. You know? Play around. Play kids games axles insane. Oh, yeah. He didn't take it city. And he's especially, you know, guy was like afraid of no, man. But but all of us were kind of we'd move from other towns bit we'd been in bands where we were from. We didn't come out here for to play high school games. So Duff McCain here on the rich Eisen show. And so before we get to your upcoming project slashes talk of an upcoming album from guns and roses, you've confirmed. Do you got any update on that? I drive an update on it. And I just I I say things are very positive in in in that world. And I understand why like I did say some about interview people are super interested in that. And I understand why. I do like the mystique factor of of Cabana, and I shall keep it there. But things are positive things are positive is very is. There any details. You can give on why they were so positive. Just saying the positive. It's a good detail. I things are great. You know, we had a wonderful amazing to after your tour. We just did in ended on such a high note, and it was overwhelming. How many people came to see the shows we played a hundred and fifty nine shows, you know, after the troubadour we played the tributary April. First two thousand sixteen was it. Approach is foot that for like third song. And I thought well, you know, we've got this. We've got this one show about we we did this thing. And he wanted to continue on like this is going to stop me. We played a bunch of shows with him in a cast and a chair, and we just went through so many kind of revelations of of things and. Ended that on a high note, and that's where we're still at. And then now we've got tenderness coming out on the first of may. And then you are going on a tour starting in Philadelphia thirtieth. What's this special Grammy museum performance coming out on the fourth? Would you do in there? Yeah. It's it's Grammy museum does he's cool little performance as question answer right around the corner from Staples down downtown, Los Angeles. Yeah. I've been to a couple of them. I did one for my first book. It's easy book that I wrote in two thousand ten or eleven whenever that was but shooter, and I and Aubrey who's the fiddle player backups for the band mazing musician. We're gonna do performance there and Acuna at the sold out. So there's tickets available through you think Duff online, you'll get a sneak peek. Thank you up. What this thing is. I also this is the. And then what why tenderness not? Okay. Snapshot of that is I I read a lot of history I a lot and I'll read like four different versions of the same story say Normandy. I'll read the the Sieben Ambrose version of of band of brothers. I'll read there's a book by journalist who has interest with the German guys who were kids who were there. Normandy all the way back to Berlin. You'll read it I'll read stories from three or four different sides. I tried to not just a war to history, but civil war history polar exploration history mountain climbing history. Do you name it I read hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of books. I'm just into it. I'm an armchair historian. I have daughters. I've girls are eighteen and twenty one a successful marriage. I was a common columnist for ESPN and for Seattle weekly for five years. That's a weekly column during that time. I found myself becoming observation list because you have to write a column week. Right. So you got what am I gonna write McCollum on? And you kind of like take stock of of things during this tour in arguably one of the more interesting times in our history, the two and a half years we were on to world world history American history. Very interesting time. If you watch the news in America, this three cable news that works a lot of screaming. Lot of if you'd go on Twitter at the same time you wake up go on Twitter. It's please. Right. So what I found went on this tour, and I go to places where that news wasn't available. And I don't usually read Witter I'll post something from like soundcheck and not look, suddenly the I would get and I go out like you just went to Italy. I go to when I go to Italy or places, I go to museums or I'll go to historical sites. I wanna see there's a lot of ruin said I love, but I do that worldwide gone. And when you go out and see these things you talk to people, right? And you don't feel so insular, and you don't feel like you're inundated with so much stuff. Right. Exactly. So I came back on Merican tours. I I just wouldn't watch news and going to it. I would go out and see stuff. Right. A little Bighorn or Monticello or whatever I'd go, and I've talked to people, and I do this constantly, and I've my observational bit of this was I didn't see this divide that was being preached. And. Yeah. Eld about on TV and on Twitter. I just didn't see it. And it's a lot less in the America that that I know is the one like the came together after nine eleven, you know, not asked who you voted for. We just can't together and had each other's backs after the hurricane in Houston. Recently. Just go recent shrimp. We came together people came together, the JJ watt thing that he put out, you know, and raised all that money and New Orleans and the fires in California people come together and help out, and that's the America that I choose to to see and we're not all of us so different at all. And. I wrote little vignettes about my observations traveling the world, not just America. There's things going on all over the world that are just unusual and reading so much history. As I do, I know things pass their cycles and this happened in America before. Britain stuff has happened. They're kind of like this before not in recent history. But it's happened there. So I was going to write a book about that not about the guns roses tour like what's going on with the band, just everything else everything else. And so you wrote tenders instead tetanus I started writing these little vignettes we're going to become chapters for book. But instead I had accused Qatar with me on on the road. And I started writing songs, and it's sort of a concept record if you will. But it's maybe more about healing than than finger. That's it comes out on the thirty first of of may, which you know, I it makes it difficult to make this turn. But I'm going to do it. Anyway, Jerry Cantrell refuses to take a bed of mine. Visit easy to I mean. You know, we just talked about coming together and being as one, and you know, I still have to bring it up. I'm wondering would you take this bet? That he refuses to do. He did take it once. And unfortunately, he beat me in the finals where I dressed up as I remember, okay of the pants pants. He there it is up on the screen. Good lord. I mean, it's you owned. That's the thing. You gotta own some light Marshall. That's right. Yeah. Okay. So. I want to I went to the cafeteria. Yeah. No I own. Did you did a hundred percent? So I wanted to make the same wager with Jerry, and he said, no. And that is is that off ago. Whatever I have to do if your team beats mine in fantasy next year. But if my team beats yours, you have to sing let it go from frozen acoustically on the show by myself. Yes, sir. That's the bet. That's the bet Jerry my girls to your old frozen. But you're euro euro musician of note, tough McCain, I think you could learn it. So if I lose two in the finals if I make it to the. What are you talking to the same person? Yes. This is exactly what I said. The file like you would do it goes that's a final spat rich. It's a finals bet said, yes, let's right in the final. If we play other in the funds, you got this stuff that we beat you. You would have to come on the rich Eisen show and sing let it go from frozen. So you so I if I make the finals that's just that's amazing in itself greatest next year. Okay. Jerry the cop from the from the. Watch the right now we've got a win next year. So are you accepting this, and what I gotta do what you gotta do dress. Should I do, you know? Did the metal guy? That's okay. But what size is axel. You know, like we have the same size. No. It's got to be something more. I mean 'cause that's performance. Like some something way out of my comforts. Okay. You did the dress of somebody's got to be something else. Okay. I'm open for it. Expose you just as much as frozen red exposed never that is I accept baloney. Except as long as you accept my Android. Now. He's got to be a Rhody. Make him. I've done that. Yeah. But I mean, I wouldn't last two seconds. But that's okay. That's all right. But that would actually be enjoyable. We got time to figure this out. Well, okay, we'll figure it out share rich Eisen. I'll take your. Jerry. Not bother him. Anyway. Oh, by the way. It's a great song by the two beautiful beautiful song about love. You know, what happens when your kids get past that age, then you'd miss all the stuff frozen help you saying you're right in the midst of it with your five through ten year old. That's right. I'm in the I'm in the thick of it. But at least you're doing something Cantrell refuse to do. Well, done going to do it. He didn't he refused to he refused. But it's okay. Maybe I'll do it with Cantrell. Oh. Now, what if I beat Cantrell on the way to beating McCague what if we do? Pardon me. I'm sorry. Chris thanks for coming on days were having me. Let's don't be a stranger at McCague in on Twitter. Official Duff McCague on Instagram Duff, online dot com. I can get all the information. You need North American tour kicks off on may thirtieth. I love the concept behind tender. It's awesome. I think it's for all of us you that's what that was maintained. And I'll end on this note. Mariner's, HUD, and sixty two now the up and see all sixteen in all right next next. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. And everything's gonna be great for you. Accept the frozen song which is going to be the final fantasy league. It'll be great for the rest of us. 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Episode Seventeen: Duff McKagan

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Episode Seventeen: Duff McKagan

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So that we can keep getting you stuff like this. It's been a long time since there were Rockstars quite like this guns and roses was on a debaucherous path for a long time. Let's talk about it with Duff MacKay gin. The is the basis for what was at one time the biggest rock band in the world Duff MacKay in with us of guns N roses. And I don't think I could've seen this coming thirty years ago. Tenderness it's going to be released may thirty first the upcoming tour kicks off may thirtieth and Philly for tickets tour dates you go to Duff online dot com. And so if I told you Duff thirty years ago, I come up to you and say, look, you're going to have a solo album, it's getting rave reviews for its poignant lyrics, but it's also alt- country. You would have said what to me? Yeah. I know I I got played on outlaw country last week. I guess in rotation. Yeah. Wasn't going for all country. I was just going for kind of an honest bear bear record. I don't know what I would have said to thirty years ago. It might have been unintelligible. You didn't know who you were. Then right. I was trying to figure it out. And I was thirty years ago. I was kinda stuck in a wet cardboard box that I couldn't quite punch my way out of with the drinking and the drugs and found my way out and it's been a sea chain since I turned thirty says I got sober. And you explain to us where it is that you ended up deciding look I need to fix this. I can't have my pancreas blowing up. I can't have I need to fix this. Was there a moment that that decision? Got me. Yeah win. My pancreas did love that was kind of after I was taken to triage at at at northwest hostile Seattle, and the pain was so bad with that that I truly I did I wanted because they had morphine enemy, and they had all kinds of stuff, and it wasn't working. And I knew what morphine of supposed to do. And it wasn't doing it and the pain you burns on the inside of your body. So you know, you just can't take it anymore. So when we got through that when the forty eight hours of that they had Librium in my other arm for for detoxing from alcohol, which you can also die from. But we got to you know, the first forty eight or seventy two hours, and I could start thinking just a little bit. And my mom, I'm the last eight kids, my mom came in to see me. She had Parkinson's. So she's in a wheelchair. And I saw that the order of things was was wrong that I should be taking care of her. And she was crying at two, you know, coming in and out of me. And and it was that point man, see, my mom, and and like the failed man, you should be taking care of her. And and not the other way around and that that really that stuck and I just worked upwards from that point on what a blessing to be able to get the time to actually heal yourself. Your poising yourself, right? That's all you were doing you had a month left to live. I don't know who I didn't. You know? I mean to survive that that acute pancreatitis is is not something that happens a lot of people just die from that. From the shock just to be able to survive that there was you might doctor told me that is it's a it's a long story. But my my doctor in Seattle his his dad had birthed all of us kids. Hey kids, and and so he was the son and he had taken over the practice, and he was more around, you know, just a couple of years older than me. And he looked at me when they saw it at my Pancras started to go back down and incised like he looked at me. And he said, you know, you got a second chance and don't waste it and just the seriousness in his eyes and face and kinda poignancy of his dad at birth. This all there was a lot of things in that hospital that just kind of happened or at the right time for me, you know. And that was another one. How did you end up there like not physically that day? But what what happened like take us along the path here, you're growing up or you dabbling and drug use or you're drinking at an early age. Like, how do you end up there that early and I I was writing for the Seattle weekly? I wrote for five years their weekly call him, and I started writing for. Yes, PIN. I was and I wrote for playboy financial column. This is obviously way after I got sober. And I when I was doing all this writing, I started thinking of the story of like, how does a guy because I in addition to that, I know that a teenager and really wants to do to get band of you know, in and make that ban. Great no part of that dream is I also want to be a junkie or an alcoholic. So I started riding on that. And it became my first book, so easy and other live not trying to promote my book. It just but I did sell expiration like how did it? How did I get there? And it was. Yeah. Left Seattle and early eighties. I left in eighty four because so much hair when it come into that bat town, and it just kind of decimated. All the people guys. I was playing music with you know, my girlfriend was strung out. My my roommate was strung out just seem like everybody around me. So I took off to LA I had three hundred sixty bucks, you know. And and got a job as soon as I got to LA and just. Told a geographical, you know, just to get to one place to the next to try to get a new city. I found out I couldn't escape the drugs and all that stuff. It's it was an every city, and I started, you know, I just started drinking like nothing to hardcore. Then it became a little bit more hardcore like about twenty two I would say, and but nothing I didn't think pull myself back from you know, I'll take care of this next week. I'll take care of the next month. I was drinking every night. You know that you when you start to give a little warm and shaky without a drink that you got to have a drink. You know, you're you're getting some trouble. And I started to introduce drugs into it at some point, nobody else's fault. But mine found that you know, you cocaine you can drink more, and I'll take care of this next week. I'll take care of this next month. I'll stop all this stuff. I was twenty five twenty six. Was touring the world of you know, a new things were little messed up. I had drug contacts in every city of around the world. You told us that one time the Escobar was also just sending blow to your hotel. When you guys were. There must have been the easiest thing in the world to get. Well. Kinda was you know. Yeah. But it's nobody else's felt like I didn't have to do it. And again, I think in about twenty seven or twenty eight you know, what when you start thinking about the drugs and alcohol before you think about anything else in the morning. You're in real big trouble. And at around twenty nine I tried to stop so many times by that point on my own, and it just wasn't working. And I thought this is maybe this is it. It was a different time. Dan, the eighties was a much different time early nineties, and there wasn't those stories of recovery and all of that stuff. There was just always of live fast die young. And I kinda you know, I knew more intelligent than that. I knew I had more more in store in my life. But that, but then again, I saw this stuff blocking that way. And that perhaps that dream for a second part of my life was was just a fantasy. And I thought I was gonna just go a soon, and my papers burst. And that was it my friend family and my house, and he took me to the hospital. And and I've made the turn from that moment on you know, it was a blessing. You know, I guess I was waiting for something in my body to fail me like that. But still getting hostile two weeks later, and I was on own with this new sobriety thing. That was the real scary part. Like, okay, it's it's just you can smell fresh cut grass and like newspaper print all these things. I hadn't smelled the sensations. We're also brand new. It was like I was thirteen years old again. Luckily, I fell in tamasha arts with since been the jet, and I didn't look back, man. I was in that to do in two days. And if I wasn't there I was riding my mountain bike, and I was reading books and kind of trying to do this is ninety four. We were trying to kind of say guns roses at that point. And I was just trying to figure out life again. And so when you started down this musical path when you star. It was when when when I started music in my life. Yes, just when you're heading down this path that, you know, ends if at its optimal success at ends with the big party. It ends with women around. You all the time. It ends with success that you couldn't have possibly imagined in your wildest dreams. Even in your wildest dreams. You couldn't imagine that guns and roses was going to be that. Yeah. I started playing music eleven years old. And I was just didn't for for the music. I never was one of those years stories of guys are gal who get into for the the drugs and the chicks dudes, you know, and or the fame or the money, and that was just never apart of of my makeup. So when the fame came, and when you know started making money month, the money part of it was just so odd to me. And I I didn't know what to do with that with with money. I didn't really. Spend my life still to this day has it really been data affected by money. I can remodel my house to the way I wanna do it. And that's I I'm I'm really grateful that. How I make my living is is the thing that I'm most passionate about there's few of us that get to do that. You get to do your sports show. You could do with your dad. You know? That's gotta be you gotta you know, tell yourself at night. Sometimes I get to do something I'm passionate about and make a living. I should crawl into work every day. And I similarly I'm not very motivated by money, but you guys were making a whole lot of money. So you were the only one who was being really careful with it. Well, I don't know about that. I just didn't know how to spend money. You know, there's that thing. Like, I I went from making hundred bucks a week to I I was getting check of like, you know, my first check was eighty thousand dollars. It doesn't sound like I'm millionaire. But to me, I was like a billion like eighty thousand dollars. I have no idea what that means. So I just was afraid of it. And and we started getting checks in that were bigger. After that. And it kinda freaked me out. It was after when I got sober after I got sober. That I, you know, I've never knew a Stocker a bond or what yield or but risk any of that asset allocation, none of these say, I have no idea what it meant our investment at all. So I went gumming south into. The school at Seattle University School of business, go red hawks and. And really starting to learn about money and and investing in met my wife two years in the being sober. And we had our first daughter our second daughter, and it really became all about them. And, you know, college like, okay, I'm going to make the I found out about this five twenty nine beefing and school of you know, that that day I found out about the five twenty nine b I we had a little girl, you know. And like we're going to do one of these five twenty nine things for the college. And I started using directly for basically my kids feature, you know? So I don't know the the money to the girls part of guns roses. I just thought I'd grown out of my like baby fat at girls had had finally seen. How good looking at truly was. And then my jokes were super funny. Suddenly when did you realize that was happening? Exactly. Like how far along the path where you when you were like, oh, wait, look everybody wants to be near us who was about six months into we toured a ton on on appetite for destruction, we toured we open for everybody. We we play most places American. Nobody you know, we had like three to seven fans that would be there early to see us. And you know, we LA we were fine LA. We could we could sell out. You know theaters. We started to pick up in New York and Boston and a couple of cities. Okay. We we were doing good in the UK and Japan. But by the end of by the end of that appetite tour, we got on the aerospace tour, and that's what we really sweet child of mine and that single suddenly hit, and we saw the, you know, went from seven people being. Their early for us to seventy two seven hundred to suddenly all seventeen thousand were there early to see us to single went to number one in the album at the end of that tour went to number one. And so it was we got home from the tour, and there's no internet, then there's none of that. You know, there's not really cell phones connected to the rest of the world is just kinda what you experience going down to the rouse, grocery store or going out. And I, you know, isn't that there was like six months where I just meant everybody's laughing at my jokes in the good looking girls where we're coming onto me, you know, clout tour life must have done good for me. You know, I, and it was about six months into it that I finally realized oh, it's because her band is blown up, you know. And that's a that's a realization that probably sports guys get to when they you know. Get signed to the NFL or NBA, or whatever there's all of a sudden, you got a you had a poppy around. I had I had a posse. I had the whole thing, you know. And and you could six months into when I realized it was about this famous nece thing that I kinda referred to back to like my best friends that I've had since I was three we're still best friends. I kind of went to that. Because. Fame distorted everything. Right. You had to go back to the roots of people who knew you before all nonsense. I did that. Yeah. And and and that's the same man. I don't say it was all a bummer because I really did. Enjoy my twenties. There was there was a mazing times in there. We are Bank blew up and got huge play. I'm as ING gigs and played Wembley stadium. You know, we played we headlined stadiums. And and did all this stuff and toured with Metallica got to bring along band that we loved who were yet discovered like Soundgarden faith, no more. And we've got to have our hero Lemmy Motorhead come out and open for us. And and when Freddie Mercury died, and and Brian May didn't know what to do this he formed the band Brian May band. We brought them out with us in in Europe. And all over the place. We could do these things with like our heroes, and that is really really cool. So I don't wanna like make my twenty soundly miserable thing. But in the midst of all that I was stuck in this addiction thing. And and most of them have glad it happened. Because I got to have this experience that that I can help, you know, now, I can I can I can be their service to others that are are suffering, and I can be a born formed dad for my girls, and they know my past it's on YouTube. You know, I can't hide it. So I I have to be honest with them about it. And they're now eighteen and twenty one so that honesty that sit down talk was a few years ago. All around you though. Right. Like, it's not like your situation. Was that uncommon right? You were with Kurt cobaine close to the end. Right. Like, this is this is just how people were living back then in that world. No. That's what I trying to say. When I you know, I think the eighties nineties worked different. It was just it was it was everywhere. I mean, I thought my mailman was high on cocaine. You know, I thought everybody was it was just it was everywhere. We've lost friends already. I've lost two of my best friends to overdose. And and I just thought that's the way it was, you know, and it's funny. My my I sat and watched montage pack their Kirk obain documentary that his daughter executive produced. I don't know if you've seen that Dan not. Well, it's pretty brutal. And it's a lot of drug used in. And it's pointed that his daughter produced this thing and doesn't show the shiny side of of fame at all. And my Don I watch with my daughters in a friend of theirs and afterwards, they both looked at me. Like, why don't you guys do so much much drugs? Like, what was the draw? And I think we were just trying to be like our heroes. That's what they did. I my answer was we were dumb. So, but it was you're right. It was everywhere then and it's so much different. Now, I see with my kids and their friends is just so much. They're their way. Better informed about the downside of addiction and drugs. You say that money for you out when it arrived. How about women? Didn't freaked me out so bad. I don't wanna pay myself as like, I I grew up with three older sisters and a and a good mom. I had my fun. I had my twenties. My twenties probably had some sparkling this on it as far as women went. But I still I think I hope I was respectful throughout the whole time. And I think I was and when I got sober. I didn't know what to do as far as women went. I just had this big kind of L painted on my forehead. I felt I didn't know how to date a girl or you know, what the hell I'm going to do there. And I I was set up on a on a blind date with my wife. I was thirty two. And a friend common friend. Both visor grew up with her family in Ohio. And he knew me he wrote for Thrasher magazine. So he knew from like the punk rock days to nineteen ninety six. I met my wife, and he said us up on a blind date. She happened to be this. She was a high fashion model. Doing all this randomize shows with you know, the the big ones of the early nineties, and she came and picked me up Burbank airport. I was on this tour doing this ban with Steve Jones from the Sex, Pistols and John Taylor from grant. And we I talked to her while it was on this tour on the phone and she decided she she would pick me up at the airport because she didn't want me to know where she lived. She's being careful. She was very, you know, being a model a young girl model nineteen twenty twenty one twenty two by the time I met her. She was twenty six years kind of wary of dues of a man. So she I sounded nice enough on the phone for her to to sent to a date as she picked me up at the Burbank airport, and there's this beautiful beautiful woman. And I said are you Susan, and she I am I was wearing sweat. Pants and like a beater and tennis shoes. And she was she was dressed to the nines. And I was batting way. Above my grade. I realized that and she was so nice. And we went to my house. And so I could change we went to dinner, and we've been together since when you say, you didn't know how to date is that because it was so easy for you. As part of the banner is because you didn't know who you were without the drugs. That's it. Yeah. Yeah. How do how do I go on a date without you know, without a few cocktails to loosen me up. What am I going to say to a girl, you know, my papers blew up? There was a lot of questions. I was trying to figure out who I was. And I knew it would come back at some point. But I really you know, I was in the DOJ. Oh, like, I told you twice a day has really getting to the core of who. I was. And and started kickboxing started fighting started getting to the. Physical side of martial arts to and. You know, when you when you finally get to that that core of being of a look yourself in the mirror and smile because the day before you didn't do anything that you regret. It you call everybody back who called you you. I mean, simple things man. Like, I made my bed. I washed the dishes I treated everybody the day before like I'd wanna be treated, and when I got through a succession of few months of doing that kind of action. I started to build some confidence in myself. And but still dating a girl. I I don't think I wanted to bring somebody into my learning process either at that point again, what am I going to say without a couple of cocktails. It's a me up. Where am I going to go to to find a girl a bar? You know, I I didn't know. So this friend of mine who knew me knew that I was going through. He thought the best way to do. This was this blind date thing. And you had no idea what she looked like none. I mean, you knew she was a fashion model when he told me she was a model. I had an idea. He should there was a picture of her. But she had like all this. It was a very arty isn't allure magazine. He showed me it was very arty. It was like she had paint Oliver face Inder hair was back in couldn't really tell what she looked like. And he said, you know, I know she's a model. I your I know you're in the martial arts and other stuff probably not the thing. You're at the top of your list is like dating a model. That's not how you roll. I know that, but I know her family I've known her since she was a little girl there there. She's a really good person. So. So I knew she. Yeah. A new she probably must be hot, you know. But when she met me at the airport. I was I don't know if you've ever seen a picture of my wife, but. She was this stunning person who who had talked on the phone if you sounded like one of my sisters. So I was very comfortable with her on the phone. But seeing her person, you know, it's at a loss for words. Really? I was making I was making stuff up as I was going. You know, like how during this time? How were your bandmates affected by this? Could you even see it through the haze like this stuff that changed all your life? How were they reacting to it? I mean, there was no handbook, you know. There was no how to video I think we all retreated into our corners, and we're dealing with their own stuff. And this is these are things that we've talked about, you know, by us getting back together three years ago was so helpful the three of us to because we actually talked about this stuff. And talked about oh old muddy water that went under the bridge and the truth is with myself. I didn't deal with it correctly. And and you know, a few even even eight years into my sobriety. I what you do naturally as a human. You point your fingers of the people, you know, it's never your fault. You know, you have nothing to do with your, you know, of course, when I started writing my book that I book, and and I I would write like four thousand words of of a particular story. And I realized I was just lying to myself and to my to my computer to my word document like that's not actually how it went down. You had something to do with this story. And you just don't want to admit it. So when I started admitting my part, my own story is when some real it was wasn't the most delightful thing to do. Taking, you know, accountability for all this crap that you may have been a large part of some not good stuff. But that's when I really start feeling a little better about me going forward. Did you guys have much tension in the band? Yeah. That bad tension. But it was it was the right kind of tension. I think any good band worth assault has. A certain amount attention and that creates better songs better live, performance guns and roses a band that never faked it never phoned in especially in that first time around there was tension all the time. So sometimes stage was was a war zone. You know? And and I think that was probably cool for audiences to see in the band since day, you know, like that's not in our nature to phone it in while there's not that same tension. There was wasn't our twenties. There is I I don't know it's intangible, but there is a maybe it's just common respect now. But there is like we're going to war. Every time we go on stage feeling you say a war zone. What do you mean by that? Well, back in the day was because somebody was pissed at somebody else for. You know, something or is. There wonder is there one you remember is there one you remember like where you were what city what was happening there? And you're like this is absurd. So many. I mean, there was one time we were opening for the stones in at the Coliseum in L A, and and actual stopped the show and said, luckily, wasn't me, but three three the guys on the ban were strung out on on heroin, and he stopped the show, and he announced to the whole audience like, you know, three three these people up here are strung out if they don't stop this bans gonna end. And you know, there was things like that. There would happen. He was right. You know, and the way he chose to do it was in this way that would stick. You know, I'm I'm gonna do this. Now in front of everybody 'cause I'm sick of trying to talk to you guys. So there was things like that. That's pretty well documented show. So you guys get back together and how much healing was there. You remember what you needed heal? It's still ongoing as we speak to which is it's really kinda marvelous, you know, like because it was this thing that end the band ended, you know. And then there was just no communication of slashing. I later started Belleville revolver, and that that became a thing. And then. Our singer of that band. He got sober for the band at Scott Weiland. And and then for second record. He went back to drugs, and and you know, I talked to him. I said, you know, it's not going to end well for you, Scott. And you know, we we know this. We're now in our forties this. Well, we're not in our twenties is not going to end well for you, you know, and all you can really say in that in. That instance, is that I'm here for you. You can't force guy to get sober. They got wanna do it on their own. And Scott that end the kinda ended that band, you know, after the second records tour that was kind of it Scott was well on its way. Today, you can probably, you know, gone again, and then his demise a year or two later came but back to to to guns. But there just wasn't a lot of communication and are not in actually and to pull the sing together. You know few things happened. I I ran into axle in London. Our hotel rooms were right next door to each other of all the cities and all the hotels and all the floors on this planet for our room speed next each other was that was in two thousand ten and he and I. Had a really nice talk, and we hung out. I he played I think the next night. And I went to the gig with him. We wrote in a boat up to Thames river to the to. We've just had this really great conversation. And it was like the old days. We were joking about stuff, and that was a really nice way for us to get reacquainted again, and he had some gigs. He was doing where his bass player Tommy Stinson from the replacements had to go play some replacements gigs. We the replacements got back together and did the shows and actual asked. If I could come in and play these five shows in South America five or seven shows. And that was a big, you know, thing I was like, oh, this is very interesting. You know, I my friends needs me, I've left not life. Left behind. I mean, I've left that life behind not the music, but the life, right? But here's the thing where my open, you know, a guy, you know, went to battle with we are musically relevant because we've formed that band back in nineteen eighty five you know, that in my friend, he needs he needs me that right now, and he's he's reached out and asked for it. So that meant more than anything. And so I I did it. I went into rehearsing with his band for a couple of weeks and went down to South American. He and I had you know, like the strangest thing just like having two of two of us on stage. There was that old feeling that old groove that old intangible thing, you can't put a finger on we began talking about trying to do something further and that began again, the talks of doing what we just did this two and a half year one hundred fifty nine date tour that we all started talking before this thing started we started the three of us started talking and and like sitting down and communicating maybe something we never did ever before. So that's what we do. Now. We talk communicate we laugh number kind of grown men at this point. Is there a guns and roses? And guns and roses song that is very popular that you hate. There is no they're still talking that. I hate, you know, I I'll tell you a quick story. So those gigs where we opened I think it was three shows we often from stones at the Coliseum, and Mick Jagger was was super personable. Very nice. You would come over to our dressing room. And and I was talking to him. And I said man, we play welcome the junk planet so many times. I just don't know if I can how many times more times I can play it. And he looked at me goes, do you know, how many times I play jumping Jack flash? And he goes there's always somebody out in the audience. There's never seen you play that song. And there's always gonna be that you play for that person. And he may kinda shamed. Me you must have felt like real shift. There Mick Jagger said look, I'm a lot older than you a lot bigger than you in terms of band history. Though. I know you guys are the big thing now, and I bring it every night asshole. Exactly. And I went from my six three frame down to about two foot one. And I realized she was absolutely right. So there's no song like I played jungle now, and I'm like and people lose their mind, you know, so in this whole time, I realized like audiences to there's there's so many interesting stories out there. And when you think you're the most interesting person in the room like I've met so many like our fans that their stories blow my mind, you know, and how they got that gig. What brought them there and their circumstances in life, and what the ban means to them. And I really realized. There's so many interesting people that are coming to our shows, and it's a real honor. Like, okay, we're gonna do this thing tonight, and it's going to be three or three and a half hours, or we're going to be an together this unity of forty or fifty thousand people together, especially you know, it's been very interesting. The last two and a half three years not only like. I guess politically in America. But the world has been this very in arguably interesting historical time, and so for this band between during this time, not just America. But like other places in the world where things are people are kinda scared or kind of you know, scratching their heads three and a half hours. You can come to our show, and nobody asks who you voted for nobody. Nobody cares. And you know, played we played Muslim countries where women in full, you know, head coverings had the devil horns up and are just rocking out. And he realizes things transcends. What how any way I can think about playing welcome to the jungle it transcends that? And you just really it's really inspiring. And there's no song that I'm I'm sick of doing different music these days along with the work with guns and roses. He's got the solo album tenderness. It's released may thirty. I the upcoming tour kicks off may thirtieth infinitely for ticketing toward aids. Go to Duff online dot com. What drew you to this project? And you say, I guess it stripped down you were saying, yes, it's pretty I wrote. This sounds Qatar while we're out in the road. It was kind of observations. It was I I it was going to be a third book. And I read a lot, Dan I, and I read a jetty Vance's hillbilly elegy, and and Sarah Canda horse duper the fly over country, and I on this tour, and I and I read a rising Paul's the Third Reich, and I read these books, and I'm observing these things as I'm traveling the world, and observing this this interesting historical time, but I'm also going because I read so much history. I go and do all these really nerdy things in every place. I visit or I'll do side trips. I'm a mature, man. I'm a historical tourist and in doing in getting out and doing all the stuff that I do you. Do you talk to people, and I never once you know, I been watching all the cable news before I left onto her. And I got sucked in like everybody else. It was like the soaps, and I switched from one channel the next and see these panels, and I saw how that was becoming a fad and people yelling each other. And and they're talking about this divide and going out there and touring. I just didn't see the divide at all. I didn't ever talk politics with anybody at that. Like a guy on the air boat, gone and seen alligators Louisiana. You know, we talked about what alligators eight they like marshmallows who knew. And he was talking about how swamps or are are draining and changing in the forty years. He's been in there. And those were the common types of conversations. I'd have you know, I went to little big horn. And it was really great seeing how the the assu were represented there by the Park Rangers. And. I went to Monticello. No nowhere. I go to and talk or see lectures, talk to people. Did we ever talk about politics? People are just. Think on the news. That's the thing. That's the fails ads, of course. And you know, we know the lobbyists are our ten steps ahead of anyhow impress be down here. Arguing about some thing. We found the news is kind of a waste of time. I think people realize that at least in my experience. So I started writing little beginnings of chapters about these things and things I've observed and the chapter beginnings turned into these songs because I thought maybe there's too many books out about, you know, social, political observations, and I just wrote this record more feelings. I I wrote it on acoustic guitar really wanted the music to be fair. And so that the voice, and the the latest could be heard kind of like if you're in a room watching a guy do a lecture and the microphone isn't loud enough in the whole room quite. Down because you wanna hear what he's saying? Or she saying I want to have that same sort of fact with this record. Would love to hear you sell your own solo project by hearing of it. If you have anything near you. If you don't I'll just mock you for going from guns and roses to the light reading of rise and fall of the Third Reich Duff. Yeah. Have you read that book? God. No that that thing is the dentist thing in the world. It's what is it nine hundred pages? I I understand that the history of it is riveting but good God. This is actually a page Turner. And I was when it ended. I I was bummed. No one, you know, I don't think anyone has ever said that about rise and fall of the Third Reich. It was a real page Turner. It really is. You know, I when I when I got I read everything on kindle now. And if I really loved the book, then I buy it to physical book and put it in my library. So, yeah, when you know, you don't how long book is when you buy on, kindle, it's not you don't have the weight of the thing. But I knew it was a big dive. But I started in that writer who the guy who researched all that stuff. And it was was in Germany as a journalist before he got kicked out in like thirty nine believe. So he knew when he was talking about. And he was there for all the trials, and and it just read like a like a spy novel. You know, so, but it's, but it is really interesting history. And I think I found after I got snowbo-. That's why did I all I did martial arts, and I read history, and I started to see these big huge trends, you know, read enough history. That repeat themselves and Reisen fall while I wasn't comparing it to anything that was going on. Now. It was a good read in that. You can see how he people get sucked into stuff, you know, and before they know it it's kind of too late, and they're they're fully in. It's a good book. I do recommend it solo album is tenderness. It's going to be released may thirty first the upcoming tour kicks off made thirtieth in Philly. Can you tell us what draws you to history or what drew you to history? I was just trying to remain sober. So I was doing anything I could do to to not drink and do drugs. And I watched the Ken burns civil war. I had to be h s and I watched that whole thing like, you know, just I was living like a monk, you know, martial arts. I was riding my mountain bike and that was eating right? And I was I was watching the civil war by Ken burns. And then that got. Termi onto to a book about civil war killer angels. And I just started going off into all these different. I read every kind of from the south side from the nor I learned to when I got into school like read a few different sides of the story. And you know, try to find the primary source and then make up your own decision of what you think about that conflict was not just wars. I read about I read about the history of mountaineering or polar exploration or rising Paul's Roman empire, ancient history. But again, I would see all these huge pieces of information. You know? And if you read enough of it, you really you you stop kind of gripping on on current political things, and you see a bigger picture, and you see there's an arc in our life where we're going to see ups and downs. And and it's just going to be about how we treat each other through all of that. At that. I was trying to break through on this record. We really appreciate your time. Sounds like a cool new project the solo album tenderness is going to be released may thirty first and upcoming tour kicks off on may thirtieth the day before that in Philadelphia. If you want tickets or tour dates, go Duff, online dot com. Always appreciate your time. Thank you for spending some of with us. I'll tell you went blasting might. So my wife, you know, I e SPN all the time, and she's like cheeses channel, the only show show watch and laugh at is the one with unit dad, that's great. I don't know how that happens. But it's one of the great complements that we get when women who don't particularly care about sports somehow gravitate toward seeing an old sitcom dad on television. Just amazing. You guys are amazing as as are you guys? Thank you. I appreciate your time and your honesty. All right, Dan. Thanks very much. 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S4E5 - Deadly Delusion (Featuring Sasha Perl Raver)

"Uh-huh. Hey, it's Molly Makhalira, and you are listening to season for of mother may I sleep with podcast. Guys today, we're doing deadly delusion with professional film critic. Who I'm so sorry to do this to you from my bachelor Email group new guys, it's Sasha pro Raver high. I am so excited to be here professional film, reviewers exactly what you need for something. Like deadly delusion. I was going to. So it's you in Katie walls are two bachelor group film, critics I think right? I have to have you both because batch batch discussion, which is our group is everything. Absolutely. And I do have a false sense of intimacy. I think with both of you because I feel like I've read the scene emails as you fifty times a day. So like, we're all in this together. There's some sort of telepathic nature, but in reality, we've twice debt probably. But I, but I've met like weird boyfriends of yours and you've met my husband. So like also we share the common bond that is bachelor which is like loving the same person for most of our lives. You might one boyfriend the second person was just my friend. But yeah, I think. They're both weird. Yeah. For sure. Sure weird. I mean who else do you bring new a batch grew people who like it's knacks. I think I do like to bring someone that. I'm like, well, if this doesn't work out for me, it'll be a fun tourist attraction for other people. You know? Need? So okay. We're doing deadly delusion today and Haley Duff is for us. I think our modern day, Tori, spelling for lifetime network because she's in a lot of great movies. She hasn't done like a big high budget movie the way that Tori has many many times she's our Queen. But Haley's like she's done some solid ones for our podcast, real cornerstones. And this movie in particular, it has a twist that I really like well the twist. Okay, I feel we shouldn't go there quite yet. Because there were moments. I literally was like wait a second. Is this entire story like an allegory among gun violence Shorto health issues? This to weed out some really twisted path Zia, and I have to say I did enjoy it quite a bit. Yeah. I will just say that this movie praise on my deepest fears, and I didn't realize that until the end, and there was a lot. Yes. Like, no one. This movie is about a woman that you're like alternately like is she bananas or? Is she being like gaslight? Yeah. The extreme totally because there's a lot of ways that these people handle this woman who has mental health issues. I guess maybe she never even had them. We don't know. Really know we just know that she's she's extra boyfriend is hot, and she has the power to get her therapist on Skype on an airplane, which I have to say is might dream scenario. Yes, elite that was one of my first things where I was just like what therapies service because I want it. Yeah. Because like that's what I feel like better help like one of those things they advertise like you can literally get them right now on the phone. But no, this woman is just first of all you can't video stream and a bathroom on an airplane. No, whatever she's using these incredible. Also, it's a large large bathroom, a very large airplane bathroom that she gets on Skype. But we skipped a step. Yeah. We we've stopped before we get to the actual intro, which is it's New York if we're morning, no. And. She's running through the streets being chased by a hooded, man. Yeah. She's like real sweaty. She looks very very upset. I believed her I believe this. Right. And then she finally gets to a cop and jumps on his back. And he's like what's wrong. And she's like this man's chasing me, and he looks and he's like looks for a moment. And he's like, yeah. He's like, no, no, there's no man are you drunk, and I was like dude for can you just believe her for a beat more like just a little bit more ask a one or two more questions because I realize like, yes, she does a crazy. But even crazy people can't be chaste. And also he wasn't looking down like an empty street. He was looking down a corridor. That was filled jewelers that somebody could totally be hiding behind plastic hiding behind pillars is knocked away. Oh, I thought it was on Westwood Janke Yary low budge. So like, basically, he's like, ma'am, go home. And like, she's no matter what she's not. Okay. No. Like, this is the woman that you say, okay. Like, do you know your name where do you live and you give her a ride home? Also, he's like have you been drinking? When have you ever seen a drunk person run frantically to a cop and be like, there's somebody chasing me? No. That's not what happens. Maybe are you on drugs? Maybe it's condo. At least, you know, salt in. Sure, sure. So she does say she we do know she's on a prescription pill which Haley she suffers from this in these movies. They always put on prescription pills. She always takes so many Bill like the way that the pills like jingle jangle in her person in her mouth. And just like, I don't know if you took six or to like, I have no idea. Her mouth is also probably best feature. The I that's why they got to put the pills in there because it's just drawing attention to that fabulous stuff act asset. But here's a question. I have for you. Are you a Hillary? Or are you? Haley like of the Duff sisters who do you stand harder? Oh, I mean why I think as a really nice girl. I think she's a really nice girl. I liked that. She's you know, I'm going to save for the purposes of this podcast. I am for sure. I mean, I'm also a hills girl twos. I love Lizzie McGuire. Should I mean, you're pulling the apart on your her? She's so good on younger. I've only seen a few episodes. But I need to get into it. Because I did love pretty little hires. So it seems like that will be something in that world is up my alley. But no, I'm gonna say Haley because I love the has real girl's kitchen, she has her whole cooking world. She's definitely the less popular doff. But is like made a world for herself that she exists in Hillary. I feel like had more patches of unemployment than Haley did because Haley went right into those hallmark movies. So why do you think we don't see her as much like, why do you think? Hailey. Has been relegated to haul market lifetime. Is no one cares. Why? Because it's like it's the same reason why Jodi Sweden and Christy Carlson Romano of gone under the radar for years as there on hallmark, Candace Cameron, never stopped working. She was on homework. This whole time. Now, I don't fuck with homework. I'm a lifetime girl and Haley does go between but I prefer Haley. She's my favorite stuff. I think soup back in the day. I was a cocktail waitress in LA. Sure. And I only worked the VIP's action. And she came in all the time, and I had the super hot s- for her boyfriend at the time. Who was her boyfriend boyfriend was dude named Greg Kearney? Who I thought was so hot. Why do I know that knee? I don't know. But I never hooked up with him. But I did hook up with his brother, Chris Carney who was a white dude who had grills and who's claimed fame. No, these people. Well. Brothers. Hey, I mean, Chris was on an MTV show called like oh God. It was terrible. What was it called? It was called the kings of summer or like pay. Kings, prom king the death of disco or something. Anyway, I cannot say that it was one of my prouder moments. But he was always super nice. She's she was a good check. And I am glad to know that she's working and doing well, I'll tell you something I do like these Texas starlets. I do I love a Selena Gomez. I love Cincinnati. Stor love Demi Levato. I just think they're nice people. I do. So, but I don't like Hillary Duff. She put her little neighbor on blast for smoking weed. You saw that rate not see those she leaked went off on social. She was like she named she Dr neighbors century without giving his address. She's like, you know. Sean Smith like you were smoking weed, at least, my parents, don't pay for my rent, and she like went on when when ham on some guy Wease legal -fornia, Honey, it was in New York. But it was like also she had a baby like, but also like so don't live in an apartment if you don't want weed around like it was actress and weird. That's terrible. It was actress and weird and also children could be hot boxed and grow up to be just fine. That's what my parents did with me. True life, and I'm fine fish. I wonder how much I was around pot 'cause I don't remember the smell really know. Oh my God. I know like vividly remember our station wagon getting boxed. Yeah. I remember being old navy with my mom when I was like thirteen smelling girl with Pachulia on and being like mom. That's we'd and my mom was like, oh it, and I grew up till like find out like, of course, she was like a stone are in the seventies and eighties. But I had no idea. Oh, honey. So I wanna play this clip because it's you know, she wakes up on a plane. It's sort of a dream with dream to regular dream not a dream within a dream. It's a dream within a plane. She's having a nightmare. This whole chasing scene was a nightmare. Her husband's really hot. I think because really he's really hot. And like he has moments of being like, oh like he's approachable hot. And then he is moments of like, whoa. Yeah. Like your fucking haw trying to figure out who is he is like a combination of Zachary Levi, and Scott speedmen is who what love child is. He. Yeah. I was like, oh, he's really high but approachable hot. And he's not like he did some TV show called awkward back in the day. Oh, I know awkward. I was Lee, Mattie. I don't remember. I remember that he was on the show, but he's also a little Ed Helms -i at homes. On this. Great big. Yeah. Okay. I know I have no idea with this guy is I'm gonna look it up. But I enjoyed right now. Talking to therapists, airplane, bathroom, computer. Turbulence which is like totally freaks me out of place. I don't think I'm going to die on the plane. Hear me this new medication isn't working a plane, Houston, these would work. I said that they would take time to take full effect. It can hold out. Ma'am, you're gonna need to return here. Just a minute. Did you have another dream? Treves anymore. Please. Okay. Julia. Listen to me. Until you accept what you are experiencing is a dream and not a memory. You're never going to get better. Julia. These shadow men that are chasing your figments of your imagination about on by the trauma that you suffering. Please. Return to your scene fastener seatbelts. Now. Have you ever been there? I've been there on a plane, but I've never been able to get a therapist on Skype in the moment. I I felt so bad for her because I'm like girl, I've never been there. But I feel like I've been close to their. It's just like I just need everyone cooperate. But the fact that I'm having a mental breakdown. But also, leave me alone. The Flint is so awful. Like wind has anybody ever barge into the bathroom like that? Never like you have to actually be smoking. Like math have the smoke detector go off or like pass out hit your head being there, twenty minutes. And that's not like serious trivial. Like, jiggle, jiggle, jiggle turtles biggest thing, though, was I feel like this triggered me very particular way watching the scene shore one because they don't like plans to because I don't like turbulence number three because the bitch leaves an airplane bathroom and does not wash her hands. Oh, air rooms are disgusting. Yeah. Legitimately disgusting. I always thing is bowling people sit down on the toilet lid on an airplane to. Yeah. Like the fact that she even sat there like I would be standing holding. Absolute ching, close always. But then she goes back to the seat and there's her boyfriend husband, dude. Yeah. And he just looks at her like again, your lady just ran off with her computer after waking up in the middle of a complete freak out. Right. At least like. Hand on by Baber you. Okay. You watch this the second time, it's even more disturbing because I will tell you like, yeah. It's like, you know, he's aloof like that. Shitty. That sucks. Also. We don't know what how this girl is put him through totally. But like also, you know, leave if that's the case. But yeah. So once we leave this whole thing is road. The like I felt like everyone being put out with this woman's mental. Illness was really rough to watch like wanted. Like, I guess I needed empathy from everyone laid the BB crying behind her had, more empathy. I hear you for her nightmare than anyone else. I wanted her due to give her a little something more. But also, I was like if you're jumping up and getting therapist on shore airplane than you are extra extra extra read all about it may be at least give him a line to show that like, oh, okay. Again, he said that then it'd be like all right. We're exhausted. Yes. Totally. So they land nulla and their loss floors street. And I think it's an MBA if I'm not incorrect. I don't know. So but they're shooting like it's Beverly Hills. And they stop it a little sign. They do stop sign moment. And she sees little girl wave at her. And she's like everything's gonna be okay. And he is like, you know, what desert home for right now. I'm happy to see you happy haven't seen you happy in a minute. So we understand she's depressed. She's like things for dealing with me. Which is really sad to hear is this her husband that whole thing. I was like did they have a kid that die is like what what their backstory is is still like totally truth be told we never really know exactly what you're shaman. Yeah. But I kept thinking like, okay. I get it. He's going through a lot. But you know, you're the person who's actually suffering because you're the one with mental illness. Right. So we should just be like, it's. Okay. And now we're going to start a new life together. I feel like normally I would assume a lifetime movie this would be like a symbol for her child. But now, I've watched enough that I realized usually it's their inner child, you know, which is dark so dark lake. I don't need that in the lifetime movie. You know? But I appreciate I appreciate that other people. Appreciate it. This is doing something for someone. So we find out that this is a big deal. Okay. He's like girl. I would at the DMV for seven hours I can deal with you being on suicide watch for six months ago problem, and I'm like can she exactly you waiting at the DMV is not like that the severity? It's almost like here's a threat ready. I waited once for seven months of the first seven hours the DMV top that. That's what it sounded. Like to me interesting. Well, I just thought like you're so glib, and I don't trust you short videos like he's just to like. Hi ho about the entire situation. Yeah. Yeah. He's like this is normal. So he's saying I have a new job new salary fresh start. So we meet the landlord and like right away. I know I'm supposed to think he's sketchy. But like I kinda don't really 'cause they rolled up to that house. And my first thought is how are they in this gigantic mansion when they were flying coach over here. Okay. There's a Porsche in. Driveway and a bike being wheeled in by somebody who's working for the moving company that we never see again. And we've gotta do who looks like one hundred percent. He works in porn. Okay. First of all so funny because I have a note like ten beats beats down where I say that. I pretty sure that they were flying Konomi plus. I'm like, oh, you're telling me these people who I think flu economy. Plus, no, no, you're right. And it's set up to be sketchy. I guess maybe in the casting or in the directing they could have gone a little bit more sleazy because it's very diet to me like he has like some bad. Boy, he looks. He is extensions in or something like a couple of pieces to make it a little bit more long shaggy around the front and definitely has used Carla's car salesman vibe. But like, it's the just for men hair color. Yeah. The stuff that they're going to accuse him of coming up, and it cannot possibly be like anyway. So right away. We find out. He's already set up all their stuff inside the house. Their stuff is arrived as bike is in the garage. And I'm almost like I wouldn't want someone manhandling an opening my stuff. No, more than anything leg. I feel less comfort knowing that he went through all my stuff to make sure it was in Bergen underwear in the drawer. Dear you didn't think he. Was sketchy. I totally thought this porn producer. He is gross. And it was the combination diet job long hair short whole thing was a little off. But then when they get into the house, she sees these masks, and she starts tripping out on the masks on the big clock on the wall. And I was like is this trigger is something that we are going to find out about later on worry. We won't we won't. And I was super annoyed about it. Because there was the clock Mons. With the clock. Mantell strain a muscle. We won't promise means buck and nothing really either. No, I know me too. I was like what are they going to put all these pieces together and like legends of the hidden temple the way through this house. I really did. I when I saw some masks on the wall like, okay, we're in for some shit. Like who knows? What's there on ancient burial grounds? Like knows what's happening. But instead cope mansion literally nothing so. So then we go into the house and Julius looking around do the clocks put ever and then her husband's like Yoko. Let's get this lease signed. And she's like, well, can we read over it? And he's like, no, no, this is the copy that I read online earlier, I don't need to read it. And if we do need to read it will read it later. Let's just sign it now, which I was like, okay. This is impulsive like at best. And I didn't think it was as I mean. Now looking back, you know, maybe there was some more questions here we but do you ever repair work? Like, do you ever read the terms and conditions on anything? Here's what I wrote. So I said if you're telling me that these people flew economy, plus to move across the country, and that they didn't have a fucking business manager or someone look over the terms of their I don't read that. No. But like I don't read that because I was so poor for a long time that didn't matter what it said. Or now, it's like, okay. Well, I pay someone read that because I can't. Open mail. Like, I I have a stress attack FAI open males. So I I know that I have to pay someone to do that. Which is not great. That is being an adult. Yeah. Knowing that. I can't do it. My I wrote if this rental agreement doesn't turn out to be a big deal that I'm super pissed because I've never ever seen this much put into real estate before. So says here's the t-. Apparently this movie does what a lot of lifetime movies do. And I love them for it. Which is that they name the movies something else on the poster than their calls in real life. Saw that I saw that. This movie was called the lease. Of course, they had to change that. Because now we know it's about the lease. But it still exists page. I'm sure the lease was great lake because the leases like could this be like what's the lease or at least make it cheesy like new lease on life or last leave software. They get scandalous. Lease would be great news lease. Yeah. No less lease. I don't know. Fuck. I don't know. We gotta think about it. But this the lease that if something I would watch I just know that this isn't I would I would watch the lease. I just don't know if this movie, what were we spoke that was for the that was for the people who bought this movie only, and somehow it made it that far. Yeah. And then they re that's what they do their title. And then sometimes different countries, they'll retitled them country to country. So what is this other countries? I don't know. This one's just has to titles, but some some wind up with more like we did one, do, you know, the case of the scuba couple. They like went there from the cell ones. No. There are a couple that like they she died on the honeymoon. And they're from the south, and she died in Australia turned out he killed her. That movie was actually released in theaters Australia. But it was an American Harry Connick junior. Was that who is Harry Connick junior know who the fuck was it? Some old man that was very famous, but like it was a big deal movie. And it wanted up going to theaters. So they changed the titles a lot. That's add the lease. Yeah. It's important so much. So I mean. It did rubbed me wrong. And I knew that it was alternately titled the lease. But I still didn't buy in my first time watching I realized I just was like this is weird. I wrote this is very strange that he would do that. So, but then we don't have time to think about it. You know, why? Because we ever first sexy in. Yeah. And this is when she looked the prettiest you thought the sex dogs, you'll when she was upside down I thought I was like what she says of a pretty face. Yes. That's terrible. That sounds terrible. But actually, I feel like if you look good upside down like the ultimate sign of beauty. Really? Maybe I feel like I need to like flip upside down right now. Right. Why not ising rate the music that goes along with the sex scene? Is gross is so bucking awkward, and I'm like, okay, cool. We aren't a poor in the houses a porn house. Yeah. The realtors porn producer. And now, we're gonna have a first sex scene. And it's so authority and weird. But like it looks like she's already climaxed. And then all of a sudden she thinks she sees a man running through the house, right? And they break apart, and she is still wrapped in a sheet, and he is fully clo-. Yeah. And so that was my thing was I was like, okay. Maybe they're just like falling asleep after sex Bill. They were doing like weird like we were seeing their hands meeting over and over again indifference that was the main part of the sexy. And but then I was like, okay. So maybe they're done. Maybe he's put his pants on that. She's just laying down upside down, which I did not. I didn't think that they would film her that way. If that was the case. But then you're right. He's fully fucking clothes. She's like I saw someone which like that's also a mind game in and of itself. I were him. We're on like you're seeing a magistrate ask people while we're fucking like that is next level. If you're only mad honoring people while you're fucking you're doing it wrong. Yes. Thank you or unless you're you know into that. Yes. And it's it's a conversation, and you guys have approved. Yes. I want to shame anyone invisible. People suck. If that's what you need. That's what you need. Sure. I love that for you. So not fit. Makes it scary. There's also did you notice the bead curtains that they somehow got up did that come with the house that will there was a bunch of ugly shit the came without the masks? There was the scary clock wall. And there were the beaded curtains or release things that got on packed when they him across the country, perhaps either one all I know is they have terrible taste. I would just say that the bead curtains in particular if I was to walk through those naked. I would immediately realize that I didn't want those in my house. You know, what I mean like I'm like girl you're like walking through that half naked. And also thinks she might be pregnant in this movie. No way. I don't know like she the do draping with her and very specific way always in these movies. And I think that she in the first when we did I think that she was just pregnant or just had her first kid, and then in this one I know she just had a kid like a year and a half ago. And I was like why? Her lingerie like an oversize sheet. That's yeah. Not formless. She that's not the sexiest, you know. It's cute. But it's not like, so I was like, maybe she's hiding something. And now that I realized she's draped in a towel or something like that a lot of the time. Maybe it's she's like newly pregnant I don't know their newly pregnant or she just had the kids. She's a little baby weight. I mean, there's the scene in the restaurant which is running around like the very very low cut dress. And I was like I think my note on that is just like boobs boobs moves we call the last movie we did with her. We called it, mugs and jugs. I didn't realize she has such a prominent bosom doing they're out. They're out baby. Then like that would be a nice party trick to have like I would love that. Just pull your tits up. Yes. I totally baked headset once in a while like, oh my God. I forgot malls at Ted. And then they wanna away because that's always really work with her will also if she's having a kid like they're getting used because she's like probably speeding or whatever. And then they're going back down. That's the rub. She has to get your age just to get big at all. So you have to be pregnant everything it's huge, including your tests. And then they just disappear. So did you notice that like right when she sees the guy? That's almost sounds like a gun shot noise. I did not. I thought it was like they were shooting a gun in the house. It's just like very bad sound effects in this movie that I wanna like pay attention to moving forward because I did notice on the plane. There was an excessive amount of lake sound effects for buckling on buckling. Did there's that end the baby in the background. Yeah. Yeah. The rattle was really intense of the turbulence they kind of fuck shit up in these. You know, I mean, the CGI of the playing alone. We haven't even talked about that. But that was choice. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, they do what they can. And this house in particular. I feel like is one of those like cloud houses like one of those influence or houses that's in Hollywood that has like twenty influencers living in it, the different views that they have in this. I was like that is such an specific LA house right now. I can't imagine how we were supposed to be. Leave they afforded that. Well, it's part of his new salary. There were so many things again, you do not have that house and fly and also is boss bought her a car, we should back that. Right perks of the job perks of the job. Which is not a blue Porsche convertible, anyone it's maybe a Camry. Maybe we'll depends on what you're doing. And also when I was watching this. I was like, wait. They talk a lot about the old house. Yeah. It was like what happened in the old house short outweigh. She's crazy. They their child was murdered in their old house. Yeah. What happened in the old house? We don't know. We don't know. Well, no. So we jump forward a little bit. Basically, we see that this woman. She she believes she sees things. Okay. She drinks. She stays up late at night, she watches videos that star home videos. We did that another episode. This season is a theme when you're at home watching home videos as an adult drunk, very dark place to be in your life. Have you ever done that? No. But I know people who have I've been I've been a a cove, you're. Oh, I mean watch videos on my phone. Yeah. No hope family home videos from the eighties purchase. So the happy face killer. Did that as well? Basically, we see at the very end of this video she's watching and in in her living room drunk. She loves red wine, by the way. Yes. And she all Haley, always loves red wine in these movies. Good for her. I think she might just really regular love red wine drinking it for real. We think or she's your Gingrich's. I would be. I mean if it was a lifetime move. I mean, it depends. It all depends. But there's notes later on about the time at this. Character starts drinking too early in the day. Yeah. So the next day. Oh, there's this guy on the corner. Video she looks at him. She's full of pain when she looks at him. So we know that this man, that's an end of her family video did something we don't know what. So the next day, she's on therapist called Skype. They reference Skype all the time, which makes me. Wonder is Skype just cool with their brand name being out there. That's what I was wondering too. I was like did they do some sort of co sponsorship? Yeah. Sometimes it will come up lake sometimes, we'll be sports teams, like the Craigslist killer, lent, they lent. The Boston Red Sox logo to him which I thought was crazy, especially as a Bleich. Boston native. I'm like are fucking kidding me. Like, you're giving it to this. He's only from Boston which. Sorry. The Boston just jumped out I'm like as if that would make it better. But no for real he he was not a he's not even from Boston. So I don't know why. Sometimes they do this. They'll give Skype shout out or sons, they'll give Facebook shout out. And I'm like did they sign off on this? I doubt it, but it's not actual Skype. When she's using it at some sort of amazing magic Skype that works on airplanes. So can you say Skype and then show a different format? And then have it be sort of a cheat? Thing is it's like everybody just says like Tampax. But right. It's it's like Xerox. Ochre it's that just like using it as I take lift. But I always say I need Newburgh away. Okay. Just because it's like the one I'm used to I feel you. Okay. So she's talking on the night before. And then Shane her husband walks into goes. Who cares we had sex after which like she doesn't need to know about that dog. Not at all. Like if I was the therapist. I'd be like you absolutely cannot have your husband anywhere near sessions moving forward. It was so inappropriate. And also the whole thing of him just like wandering through the the background why they're talking at that point two very very weird, very inappropriate and really uncomfortable. And also have we given a name check yet to therapists, you know, because we should tell her. No, okay. So Teri polo. It's okay. So I had to look that up. And then I realized oh my God. It's the girl from meet the parents, but you're looking up. Yeah. Because when the credits on his role, they were two things that caught my eye one was a character whose last name or an actress lasting was manned Lor. And I was like. Man. Laura coast, man, Laurie can get it is he in this. But it's not coast as mandala then and Terry polo Teri polo got the end credit, which means that she's like the top billing name behind the Haley of would that mean? Yes, that's what it means. But yet her audience snow with an and if you like the first name, you see is the biggest name, and then it goes through all the other people. And then the within the end goes to like with Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson. Stuck you first person? Yeah. Here's the real person and Teri polo. Okay. Yes. So I mean, she would need that. Yeah. I would say Shula to very mature. And this I would say really was at the short hair. Yes. Like, I was like I really did. I thought she was like an older woman when I was watching us, but I have bad is. So I like I, but I really did. I was like on watching that's Dame Judi Dench like I had no idea. No. You didn't. I. I'm not saying that to be rude because I'm not naming any ugly people. But like, I literally just I have bad is in my mind is a guy wanted that character to be very like sage and boulder, and I gave that to her or, you know, as an audience member, I gave her a lot of credit, and I think that that was wrong of me. But she's actually apparently just like she could be her sorority sister. She could be hilly probably make order. Maybe maybe maybe less, so but she's great shoes. Classically comedic like. What's her? I mean, I feel like she's played the girlfriend like she's always been the girlfriend or the fiance or like the wife she's very rarely been like the one in front, but in this role. It was not at all what I expect get your ass to lifetime. I'm being honest with you. Let's lifetime. We'll give you a chance to sink your teeth in something to tears that. Haley is producing this movie. Impressive tears rolling down sheiks, beautiful tears acting class or the tears like Teri polo has she gotten a chance to play a role like this outside of this doubt. It right. Like, that's why I think they kind of do it. Sometimes they get the bigger names. It's like they've never I've never gotten to do that. I'll take it even if it's lifetime. Sure. No, Diane Keaton's on lifetime. Donkey can can do whatever she wants because she is the Queen. I know I just I can't like so. So many people have come out and shown respect to this medium. So she tells her, but others this man in the video that she watches all the time. And she's like listen, Honey, we've established that man is no one he was just a man in the park. It's not a big deal. This is associated with your trauma. And she thinks this man, basically killed her parents. Right. And I feel like I didn't I don't know white men faces enough to know if like all the people she sees later on or an aged version of that, man. But I think they are right. I thought it was the same dude over and over. No, right. I don't really know. I'm kind of like, oh, that's like a Brown haired guy. I don't I'm very bad at that. And lifetime doesn't do a great. They pick an area of handsome, and they lean in, you know, so they started talking about her meds. And her husband kind of takes the lead on this conversation. He's like so one of those meds going to kick in and she's like, that's Julius business any look in. She's like so what? Her my meds going to kick in and she's like about two weeks or so give it time. I'm here for you day and night anytime, you know, that I want that therapist and right away. I'm just like girl. No. I was really well. I was like, oh, I want that service. Like, somebody just told me about Tele doc, and I'm like, I can get a doctor on the phone for five dollars anytime. Right. They don't want me as a client. But I am going to be up in that. Well, here's the deal is that you're not getting a doctor who cares about you like that twenty four seven ever. And like the first thing if this woman the first thing I thought was this woman actually cared about her. She would set a boundary. Oh and say can you fuck and hit me up with your mental illness between three and five like that would be the best time for me. And like, that's that's what you need to do with people's you put him on a routine. Everyone loves a schedule. Okay. You can't just call someone. Everytime. You need hope. And also, that's how would she Bill that? That was my main question is where is the Bill going for that? That is the most amazing. Gic? I've ever didn't even occur to me. I was like yes, I want to be able to call somebody and be needy and whiny went number. No, no. You can't give in you. This is my only child syndrome kicking in. I'm an only child to do what you want to be a single parent. That's by. So just like, no gotta set. But no, the reality is that I think that there. I'm person that gets taken advantage of all the time. I always have my rose colored glasses on whatever. But like when I heard that. I was like where is the Bill going you need to build those hours? But is your incentive you, do not become a doctor? You didn't go to school for all those years to be poor. Obviously is not poor because we see her at one point calls. These fabulous silk, pajamas unleash show home, and I'm like Jiang's well for her so orca Terry polar so and later who who's like paying all this what insurance company, I know. We're going to you know, we know this girl's whole family died, which you know, that's always a payout. But like who the fuck is paying for all of this therapy, like twenty four seven I wish same place. It's getting that gigantic house and the cheap plane ticket true-life so Julius triggered by the noise of this clock, which as a person the Musone phony a-, I relate to 'cause once you dial in on something. Honey, you can't let go do you want me to phony as no small noise disease? Like, if I hear someone like, I call it small noise disease, but it's like if someone hits their their bone bone, like if there's like, chewing fingernails or certain types of chewing or small noises like tap. Ping or flicking? I go mental. And so and Kelly ripa's it too. So America speed as it I have it. And I think Healy has it in this movie because she's zoned in on that clock. And it fucking you're tainted her beyond which if she had been a normal person. Unlike you know, she had not been a person like near Kelly Ripa that cloud probably wouldn't have annoyed her. But there's something else going on with the clock because it was like the grinding of the wheels. And they showed the same montage over and over and over with the clock. Did we ever really understand? What happens with the clock though, at the end of this movie? No, we also don't know what's going on with the closet where like her handbag is haunting her, okay. So yes. So that's another dead nothing. So she's watching a little bit of this like black and white TV movie that comes on when she's in the shower, and it's the best she's bathtub day drinking. Yeah. It was when I was like, yes. Yes. Haley duff. Let me sorry. I'm like, I totally like Dunst on this. So she's in a bathtub drinking glasses. Red wine, which what we will find out is way before one pm in the afternoon, which I have never seen an eleven AM red wine. Will you haven't gone on vacation recently? Then why I mean, I drink white wine on vacation, but I'm gonna turn a fuck my day up at eleven AM. She's already having a fucked up day. She's got a clock is writing her and all sorts of other crazy shit going on. He's to catch up to. Okay. Gotta get through this self soothe. So she did the one thing that I would never do if I found a strange noise in my house like Goget and knife or like literally do anything before I not put clothes on like she is walking around in a towel like trying to find the strange noise and her husband my girl, put a t shirt and underwear on like give yourself like that. We're going to be like literally throw on some shorts. Like what's next put a robot? So this is one of one of my fear. Yeah. I I sleep usually. Naked. And I am always afraid that somebody's going to break into my house in the middle of the night. I don't sleep naked run down the street. Naked to save my own life. No. You can't. But I am married. So I have a husband, and I'm like, okay, cool. He can kill whoever told him nude. I yes, it'll be like it'll be like eastern promises. Short. I will be running down the street. And literally what I always think is. Okay. But if I need something like I need shoes more that I need. But then I really do think like jiggle would hurt. But yes, bitch has scissors and a towel. Yeah. Somebody broke into your house. What are they going to do? They're probably going to rape you. And then they're probably gonna kill you. Maybe you should put some pants on on your where on right? That's my whole goal is. I just wanna be wearing underwear when I die. I would love to not expose myself. Unnecessarily unless I have a huge life change in which case, God bless future. Molly like, maybe you do want to die with underwear off idea. My favorite is do you ever sleep? Like if it's really hot I'll sleep like a bra sports bra. So I'd like the boobs what doesn't kill me. But no underwear. So that everything can just sort of breathe. And then I'm like, oh my God. If somebody finds me they're going to be like, this is so not symmetrical. Right. She need bottoms and tops. And I'm just like if I'm doing won't be just come from. You know, I understand. And I do think a lot about that though. Like how I'm going to be found or like, I hope I'm not found that that's also civility idea with that. Is that it's been a while? Right. You don't want that? I don't want that. No. I mean, honestly, I think I might not want to die. I do of course, like everyone else on this planet. But I think I just want to be in control of the situation as much as humanly possible, which is unfortunate and not possible. Agreed. You know, that's just part of the human condition at least you have a kid. She'll be there. She better be fucking kicker. She's totally. So she's watching a little bit as black and white movie. That's she's downstairs, and I thought it was going to mean something, I maybe this movie this dialogue was gonna lead into some sort of ozone weaving of the no, so we just cut to a film set. I thought it was going to be like a home alone situation is gonna be like she was going to use the movie later when she gets back shooter, right, right? Right. No, no, no. When we arrive on the film, set, the first thing I thought was oh my God. They're so cheap that they put their own film set into this movie. And they didn't even know I thought it was a continuity mistake because you can see like the Mike and I'm like, oh, the boom in the shot, and then they pull back and it's the audio cart. And I was like, okay. So we get a rare tree today. Which is we didn't even really get this in a lot of the unauthorized stories that we've done in the past about the making of things we're gonna get a bad movie within I'm not gonna call it bad movie lifetime movies. So we're gonna see the filming of I think it seems to be like a period piece. It seems to be like them filming what would have been a black and white movie. Right. So it's twenty fifty four to twenty three thirty eight and we're gonna find out all about Shane's new job. You're worthless. Brother, who's driving car that night? Who was it? He drinks Markelle kids stints and there were three empty walls at the cheap stuff in the car with the cops, right? Tell me again who was behind the wheel. I don't remember. I remember, you were kindness. You're thinking of the other curl never been kind. I've never been kind. I've never been beautiful. I've been told that since I was five years old. Long enough in those two things. And if a man is the man he's going to flowed kick down walls to escape. I would you know, what a man does. Cut. May I help you? Yeah. Once there, mafia kingpin outfit BAC show me the boy at seven, and I'll show you the piss end thirty. I learned from the best. It's going to be perfect. Thank you. Now to take care of this wardrobe problem. Twenty two seconds new record to Milan, my taste in clothes hold. You're an executive now and will pay executive Cubbies going to have AC cubby. No, you get an entire wing staff assistance. You even get your own water cooler. The also get a hell of a lot more responsibility. I look yourself up by the office tomorrow because there's something I have to show you. What's that? Future. So this is things like this is Hollywood stuff. Right. This is all stuff. But also that was the mandala or that I've been waiting for really the man Lor and I'm sorry. The mandolin brothers can get it may hot. He is really hot. I didn't really realize that until like I saw it on the big screen. He is really hot. But this whole thing is the movie inside the movie is so painful, so bad. I'm watching it. And again, I'm like so are they porn producers is this like a high end porn where we're going behind the scenes to like see some sort of the story before the story will don't worry. The good news is will never return to the movie who does the movies made not made. I don't know. Maybe it was like a sneak preview for what's going to happen later. No idea. So we go back to Julius plays G as Plummer there who I love this summer. We find out later is names. Louise, and he's like. A house regular she later on. She'll be like I have Louise's calm. And I was like you guys. Like, no, Louise, I thought he was a task, rob. And I thought the way that she talked to him. I was like he's a task grab it just moved there. How do they already have Louise come by? And Louis says like outfit apparently knows the house. Well, the whole thing was here's our then I'm thinking is that maybe unfortunately as much as I hate to say this. I think Lewis might be in on this because he if he's dealing with the plumbing if he's in the bathroom, you know, we're gonna find out there's some greater things going on with this house. And I'm feeling like Louis might be an on it. I hear you. And I hate to say that because I loved the second. I saw that big tidy bear who is the soul of this movie. I I would love to make him Christmas dinner like that breaks, my heart. So back next time. I just I did say God blesses actor my notes. So she looks around the room the music swells on the clock. It's louder and shanzer is on the calendar. And she turns out she's a plan with a friend at one PM who doesn't put their plans with a friend Ana calendar in the living room that hangs in the middle of everything they cross off the days in red shirt fee. Yeah. Like a prisoner. I wrote like it my notes like was she going to just okay. First of all, she was drinking before her friendship date. Yeah. Right. Secondly, it seems like she completely forgot about it. And if she had not imagined this snake that she saw would still be drunk in the bathtub, and quite honestly that is something that I would text a friend. And I am so sorry. I forgot to I was about. But I mean, I guess this would not have moved forward one inch if she hadn't. So it's Louise the task rabbit came over. Gotcha outdoor really truly. So she's waiting for friend on the street. She looks up. She sees this bad guy. Okay. Before we even get to the bad guy used to talk about her foundation in this scene. Something happened. Oh, oh my God. There were there were couple of scenes where like the contouring was really intense CVS pink frosted lipstick was like Schweri not working for me. But in this scene her foundation shore, I was like sound the alarm it was not good like when you see. And I hate like an older lady at the end of a night at a party. And it's like she'd just a lot of caked shit all of places. Yes. And it's like, Honey, I I would love to get in there with the settings brakes, you'll go to full tonight. Like, I just it's like the end of the night this bride. It's just been long. Everyone needs a mess. Yes. No mess, but I feel like maybe on the set they were running low or something on a morphine heading spray. They just needed a little something. I agree. So then she gets to meet with her friend her friend, Sarah and her is her friend, French her. I was literally. Just going to say like, your friend Russian issue, French she from Kazahstan a right? It is an again, I'm like, so they work in porn and in lifetime. This is their idea of diversity because there really is no other Louise Lewis and like, that's it. There's really no diversity like even the receptionist. They get later on like white girl. Yeah. So like the idea of maybe her friend having an accent being diversity that might be like lifetime doing that. I know it's interesting, and they didn't even say anything. So at first I was like, maybe this was shot in Toronto. I thought that too. But you can tell that New York is actually Westwood shooting the movie in downtown LA. So this was supposed to be New York without it was supposed to be Los Angeles. Yeah. I thought so too. Oh, okay. Feel you I feel I think it was supposed to be just the first nightmare scene was New York. Okay. All right. I think they're supposed to be an LA 'cause use it or on. They did say something about New York where the fuck did New York. Come from. Yeah. No. I think that's where her family got murdered. Or whatever, I feel you. Okay. So she and her getting lunch, and I would play this scene because her friend is like does this great friend in a movie scene where she's doing like, you're not paying attention to me. And then we go to a gun range, which is fabulous. And then we go to some. I don't know it looks like fucking so but it's definitely not. So oh, I have a story about this. Okay. Look at this whole thing. He walks in teak for mine. Smelling, like a brewery morning mine too. And then he proceeds to tell him that I'm holding that I'm holding him. What he's thirty eight doesn't have a job lifts with his, parents and writes the blog about skateboarding. So I tell him to beat it. I two minutes later, Colin Farrell cups in and tells me that just divorced his wife and wants to marry me instead, and you're not listening to a single or they've been saying. Yes. What was I talking about? I'm sorry. Distracted. Stay. Listening. I'm going to tell you something. And I don't want to take the k. Still seeing things. Shadow men too. Talk about something else. I'm sorry. I'm so unconcerned. I'm fine. Honestly. Moving curious been it's been a constant. Shade his great. Starting his job. What do you think? Old boss Haley's. The chicks reminded me a little. Really? Because they're at a table. Cute. They're all destroy. Oh, this is so weird. Yeah. No. Oh. Can you carry a concealed weapon and your personally, I do not know? But it seems like about idea. I don't think so it also. Cater wilder all gun in that. By the way that the guy has. What she's obviously not shooting? Now pretend fitting the shining if you're shooting you'll get a kick. I love it. It's assholes assholes down. God leads. LA? Honey, she's looking over like this guy line of LA. Where's she in relationship? Like. Pacific dying. She's north Pacific design up above the shutout. Okay. So she's like, yeah. This is what I have to now. Hughes shooting guns. Grievous come to my so called life tears. I forgot. Cheat on you learning you break, your heart. Plus, he always puts the toilet seat famine. He said so-called lifer. Rayson? Your drink. I'll let you feel. Feel invincible doesn't it. You should get one. Says dirty Harry. Series. This city may make you feel alive. Waited for like the gun to go off. I really didn't think that she had it all together. 'cause once she said, you know, what you're having mental health problems. You're seeing shit. That's not there. You should get a gun. Exactly. Right. At this point. I'm like, okay. This movie isn't allegory about mental health safety, and naturally what it's all about. Sure that he wish that's that's where I thought they were going have you ever seen the movie bad girl island? No, girl, bad girl island. I am sad to say I do not believe the lifetime movie. But it stars the incomparable anal- in mcchord. Okay her and it is an island filled with bad girls this on net flicks. For a long time. I think there was like a half star on it. I never saw it. But I know what you're talking and it stars also Antonius Sabado junior. And it starts with him running on a beach with his gold chain bouncing, and he sees a girl in the water rescues the girl, and you're not really sure if she's. A mermaid or if she's a suck you best or like, she have fins. No, she's just floating in the water. But like weird shit starts happening. And then at the very end of the story, which includes the most comfortable cast between her and Barbra Streisand's husband whose name I'm forgetting Berlin ridi- bra. And now, we know richer, isn't alad snow. It's Johnny Rawlings, Roland virtual have Richard old men are named Richard. So sad James Rolin. So it's animal Gordon James role in making out which is so weird. But at the end of it, you find out that the entire story is actually about the refugee crisis. No, yes. That's really what it is. This point. I'm like, okay. This movie is about gun safety. And it's about mental health insur. You do background checks. Yeah. Because any friend who's like, you're seeing shadow men, we should go get you a gun to shoot not a good friend. No, they're not a good friends. And now that I know I mean, we've confirmed I've double checked with. Friend, do you. They this has no tie to the greater plot of this movie. She just her best friends fucking crazy. Totally fucking greasy. But I have to say that house. Yeah. Used to be owned by my friend, Christopher oh, no way, Kristof Otto, rewritten for sure fato is a duties will you know, how you said. There's a payout when parents dry. Yeah. Parents died when he was really young. And he got like he had all of this monies from Canada. Sure, he moved to LA. He lived above the Chateau. It's like the super Whitey sidestreet. It's where the BG's used to live no way. All these people used to come by the house because they were like BG's fan. Yeah. So we've actually moved he lives in Dennis now. But I've been to that house. I literally it started. I was like I've totally been in that house. This is C. But yeah, it's just one of those amazing view houses that I think they use for shoots and stuff like that. I remember when I was younger being invited to a couple of those like you. You can come. But like just bring girls. You know, rose younger, and I remember like I wouldn't say it was like a David Blaine party. But I feel like it was a David like it was something like that was pushing it maybe even could have been will. I am like literally was anywhere from that level of darkness to that level of darkness. It was just a dark situation. I remember the first time going being like it was some red bull party. And then like another time I went it was something else with these houses. I think are rented out on the regular just for parties the entire time. I was looking at the house that they live in. That's all I kept thinking was this is a porn house or party house or something like that? And now, they do this with leg. They'll put in like little like covens of like influencers, one of these million multi million dollar homes like crazy. Yeah. How much eating that house? Costly five like it has created a house in the in the hills that were used to live in that were this house in Alhambra this. Yeah, thanks, L, Hamburg. So you got to put that into I'm guessing this is like a two million dollar house in number. If it was in Santa Monica, it would be a fifteen million dollar. And this is the BG's owes. No, the BG's house is above the Chateau in the Hollywood hills. It was like a five million dollars. Yeah. That's like that's a big ticket. Okay. So we go now to her husband's talking to the doctor on Skype, and he's saying that he can't be the only breadwinner anymore. He's gotta get she's got her shit together. Basically in the dodgers. Like, listen, it's not going to be a very long time. She'll be ok she's like very confused about why this is so frustrating to him which. I think will make sense later. Of course, he here's my thing. I'm like, wait a second. You guys moved across the country rice job and your boss is like, I'm showing you your future. He has yet to work a minute except for showing up on his motorcycle to go to this film set. They gave you a Porsche. Yeah. The house is free because it came with the job. Yeah. Why can't you afford it? And the weird thing is it's not that deep. But like, I think I was giving it the way that you know, that's the gift that lifetimes giving lifetime gives you is that you can draw many parallels throat the whole thing. So you've taken away your gun violence piece. I was like God. This is like a real statement about the guy that takes a person out of the workforce like in a week place. And then like holds it against them and puts them in this house in like you've got you've got to work you have to bring in. It's like, dude. Why'd you bring me here. Then interesting interesting. That's lifetime. Does you in the more? You watch babe. Honey, the more you realize there's so many. Layers in a movie like this you'll trust no one by the time, you're done. So she Julius getting ready for this party that they're going to later. Her husband was like you look beautiful. She's like, you're biased. That was so weird. Yeah. So then you say to your mother when you're like a petulant teen. I completely agree. Right. Say that your husband. Your husband is supposed to tell you beautiful, especially when you don't I sure that's why you're with them. So they arrive at this restaurant to meet, Robert. And he's like, hey, New York was difficult today. I'm I'm thrilled you came along here with shame chose like thanks for telling me that they lived. I got it now. Okay. I get more. I thought maybe that was a flash forward in the beginning. Oh, yeah. So we asked Julia Anne influenced coming here, which we don't know how he knows Anne. Oh, here's where we get my favorite plot point. Which is he knows Anne. I assume because he's sort of a creepy, dude. Right. And he was a model as was Haley Duff. Yeah. To which I have giant in all caps notes model one. Yeah. What they like to make it. So that if you're mean about it that it's on you. Not me. I'll take because we're not allowed to ask why? Healy a model, but we need to ask. Right. The end because she is she's a pretty girl. I know whatever look at her and be like you like models very specific thing and like AMI Campbell. Like when I think model as seven foot tall, Amazon who is a hundred pounds, right? And literally is just like legs to their Chen time. Takes a toll though who knows what happens in the mental hospital. That's I also look at Anne, and I'm like, well Annie's your co model which like you're right, there is a weird leg. That's call your come outta my ExCo model or whatever she called her. But like she it is like an like an Instagram. Like, oh, I follow your friends. Like, it does have that vibe to it where it's like Honey, you're sixty like get off my friends instrument that totally has that so interesting. Well, and then, of course, her shadow man shows up, and I'm. Like, so wait, Haley deaths fear is bounce because that's all the guy. He's always wearing a black shirt a black jacket like looking sort of Sambre a corner and scowling. And also does look like a Beverly Hills restaurant where there would be like a celebrity chef behind that kitchen. Do you know what I mean because we're into an open kitchen they couldn't afford, very many extras. There's only twelve people in this in tyre saying not a lot. No, no, not a lot. So it's very exclusive restaurant apparently. So I'm she gets up to us ladies. But instead she heads into the kitchen to go follow the shadow, man. That's not there. And she's like stop hiding him for me. Whereas in the chefs like trying to make something probably very elegant expensive, like get the maitre d', which I that triggered me because I was just like that is so eighties to be like we need the majored in here like as if he's going to step crime. I think that maybe you were free to the maitre d' at a point in DIVY sure in the eighties. Maybe these and the guy who showed up that was probably the worst line reading this entire MU. Is the actor? Who was somebody's dad? You have to get out of it was so awkward always local local higher. Meaning someone's dad when it's so. Basically, we go inside the house now or Hazan's pissed which I would be fucking pissed like this is where I was getting on his side. And I'm like just blew up dinner with thankfully, this guy's up his ass. So it's not going to be a problem, and she was wearing the dress. All boobs. Yeah. So he's like your big teddy wife is crazy but see you on Monday. Yeah. But so they get home. And like, right. As to argue the fusebox like the line is cut the powers cut. And he's like don't say it. And I'm like, well, this would be where she has a point eight was legitimately. I was like wait a second. Why did it because I feel like a fuse only goes out if you like rug in one too many things or if you turn on a light? And then something like Fritz his out the first thing, you do is you look outside to see if all your neighbors lights are out to sure right lack out, and the fact that he left her then I was like, okay. He kinda sucks because I was on her side too. I was like, yeah. Damn she freaked out. She should be like a little bit more considerate. But now when he leaves her in the middle of like a meltdown because he has to go find the fuse box. It's like if you're scared. Come with me, right. Yeah. Why own exactly exactly right? It's almost like he knows something she doesn't. So she goes into the office. She goes into unauthorised rather to like, it's like a magazine, you don't really know where to. Okay. So it's the next morning. And I literally like, please tell me this is a model and go see please tell me 'cause she's carrying a portfolio. And I'm like, I thought it was for sure. He's a modeling go. See I wanna see her bottle so bad. No. It's not. No, she's at. I mean, I guess this is a favor that antidote for her. We find out later where she's meeting with editor of some sort of magazine to be up for some sort of campaign. Apparently, she's a fashion photographer, which we find out. And she says this like we're supposed to know it is an audience. We're like, oh my God your dog Raphy career that we established in the first scene. Like, you're going to keep this up girl. Like, no, we have no idea what she does. So they're like, it's a PSA still. I'm thinking the same thing as you were on like, oh, she's going to have to like, you know, talk about not smoking on camera or something no dog. She's a photographer, and she has to shoot a psi about orange juice mostly calcium vitamin c that's what she's advertising to lash. So and I love orange juice, by the way me to like we hope for. No Pope, Paul all the pulp. Yeah. Do you photos ever love Puerto? Aren't you on the planet? Yeah. I don't fuck with people that don't like Paul like I came for a meal. I if I'm going to drink, orange juice. I want a snack. I wanted to my juice the way I love it. It feels good. Yeah. Love it. But that's it. You know, orange chooses fallen off excite tangent. I just wanna go into no wondering anymore. It's not chic because people are afraid to have the carbs and the sugar the fiber. But since I was a young child. I've had the ultimate technique in life, which is drink a huge fucking glass of orange juice before bed and pass out for like, twelve hours. Yeah. That's my shit. You think it's the orange juice puts you down. Yeah. Why the vitamin C is like the sugar. Phonic nightmares whole life. But do I sleep your baby? But like do I have a lot of darkness going? Yes, I'm processing lot. But I think what if you didn't have the juice, then what would happen. I drink it every night. But when I was a kid, I drink it every night. That was my thing. I had a no smoking like water bottle that I got from like some sort of baseball thing. I went to like an anti-smoking symbol on it irony. Love sags, and I would put orange juice in it every night, and that was my shit and I'm bringing upstairs, I remind babysitters club books. Yes. Harry through to babysitter's club books pass out OJ in hand wake up the next. I honestly that sounds like a dream my fifth grade life that sounds amazing. Yeah. One more thing about the scene before move on short. She was wearing fish nuts and crocs basically, and I was fended by her foot situation. So I always wonder like, you know, sometimes I think that maybe certain actresses bring. Pieces of theirs in but I think also a lot of them to show up, and it's like put on whatever shit fetes. And I think if she's wearing crocs and like tights, and they put her in a dress or whatever like that, sir job for today. They don't need to do more than that workers and give a shit and movies like this. That was just it was if we're supposed to denote character. I did not appreciate she's lucky. If those tights are new that's my thought process, everything either owned by the wardrobe person or rented for the day or join get return. There's a tag taped in there somewhere. So gross. Okay. So Julia comes home. She tells her husband about the PSA from orange shoes. This is like a kind of moment between them. That's actually the first nice moments and save God here. I wanna play this moment. It's forty fifty to forty two eighteen. The Margaritas ready. Hey, this moment way, what is easier to call you. But you didn't pick up. So I tried Shane. What the fuck are. You're right. That enter front ears gave her a crap assignment. Are you kidding me? Waters often your house. Yeah. What did I get you? A PSA. So sorry, sweetie. Astana to stay for dinner earlier's that still okay? Yeah. Not up for it. I totally understand. No, it's it's fine. Can't believe stiff to do you want a glass of wine or something? Where's the shoot? Here. Good. At least you can get your city up on going. You sure you don't mind me saying, I don't want to intrude. It's fine. I'd be pissed. I look I would be they gave us this scene because it plays very poorly. And like they're having a nice time. Finally, we're seeing this couple have a nice conversation. And then all of a sudden, your best friend who's also a model apparently obvious comes out, and she is, you know, in a towel, which is inappropriate at least put on a robe put on a robe like if you're going to go see a married man and his wife put on a fucking role. I just keep thinking. Okay. If I came home at any point. And also, here's the thing. He's like making fajitas or whatever the first thing you say when your chick walks to the door is Hebb your friend showering upstairs. Not how was your interview. Right. Or like, I'm making these for us or something. Yes signal 'cause like who the who are the fajitas four let it be listen. But if it was your best friend. I'm literally thinking about that how I would feel, but my first would be why do you need shower? Why? Do you need to shower? How many days you can go many days shower? Yeah. And like I said gym membership. You do not need a shower at a friend's house unless there's like a big work meeting that day, whatever. Right. But then why not sort of shower at my best friend's house over a Joe, why would you not taxed right because you can call this isn't she said she tried to call her foams off, but still. Nyerere seven. You don't have to leave a message on my voicemail. I wanna be clear with you as Faulk. I'm not negating your feelings. I agree with you. Thank you fucking weirded out. No. I be super weird. I'm playing I don't wanna play devil's advocate to hate it. No. I don't have to just saying. I don't know. Why? And be like, hey, girl. I'm taking a shower at your place. No. That'd be like cool have the cranberry shampoo. Yeah. My scales went up to when I saw it. I was like girl. No looking back on my says, listen, this is the least of your problems true. It is anything. But okay. So this motherfucker. She's in bed that night and the shadow and the clock. I I wrote Sarah here, and do you want to know why instead of Julia because her name was Sarah on the last movie? I did if I ever call someone Sarah. It's I mean Julia, but she's and the shadow in the clock. You know, it's all happening right now. Then we're at the next morning, and she shooting stock photos of this couple drinking OJ, and they are so right out of central casting. So cute. They're making faces like college girls like trying to like, I know what I mean like where it's like show a face for happy show face for your supporting the community. Okay. Now show a face for your like enjoying OJ with your loved one. Like, it's it's they're just it's so cheesy and so awkward, and I feel terrible for them because I know they called their kids, and we were like we're future while they're probably not a couple. But they're like, you know, I'm a featured extra in this lifetime movie. I really liked the idea that they are a couple right? And that they went into. And they did call our kids we're so happy 'cause back in the day when I was doing auditions they'd be like, we need couples, and it would be like. I know I was like twenty two at the time. So was like how sad would that be like if you were married to someone and you did I commercial fucking terrible is your life. At twenty such piece of shit, by the way, if you guys are twenty two right now, you're probably total PISA shit. But it will work out. Don't worry also couples can be in commercials together. So you're right. They could be I really hope they are really hope because them calling their kids and be like in a lifetime movie guys got a tune in or so just making selfie faces. It's the cutest though, like the way they look at each other. It is the ultimate find someone who looks like me over. I write find someone that looks at you the way this couple of their shoes. Sweet. Yes. I do love that. Okay. Well, I just I personally would be embarrassed. But you know, what I hope they don't have any of my pain. So this is really important. Sorry is so while she's taking the picture of the adorable couple with the emoji it mash face as she's taking this picture and a piece of glass, that's on the wall falls kiss. Gay kissed a window. But in the moment, it looks like just like a piece of glass wall. Well, it's weird because it's a window, but it's like an inner wall. So decorative window doesn't actually look out on anything. It's shot in a such a strange way too. But this piece of glass falling on her head man that pain was palpable. For me. I fell to thought it was fantastic. It was one of my favorite parts of this movie. And the fact that she didn't get a whole ass bloody. Facebook was, you know, thank God for that modeling face because if she had lost that that can you imagine our Christie Brinkley getting into glass accident like that it'd be so major. Yeah. It'd be crazy. Thank god. Just like landed shattered on the back of her head, by the way. Do you die that Carrie Underwood had literally nothing happened to our face? Oh that how much where we like waiting on pins and needles for this. I was like literally like, oh my God. Only God, I'm like, America's Princess, you know, she might feel deformed, but we're here for her. And then like she comes out, and I'm like, oh, you're like, maybe even prettier. Yeah. You're totally fine. Every. Things like the buck. So, but she survives us. So we go to the hospital, and she's just like in this hospital bed. Looking like, I don't know. I feel like I've looked the way I feel like I've felt the way that she looks right now. But she looks drains. Yes. She looks depressed. She's miserable. She's like near catatonic staring forward. And she's like, I hate this fucking house. I hate my friend who's a slot who took a shower at my house and probably it's sex with my man. Yeah. I hate everything. And there's a deeper existential thing going on there to where she's just like, what am I feel like that's a lot of what's going on with his characters. Like why why like my family's died. My fucking houses. Crazy like I can't trust. Anyone everything goes awry now, my husband is fucking my best friend possibly, and I can't even trust the glass in my house. I get a shitty job. Yeah. Glass breaks on me. So okay. Forty four minutes to twenty seven twenty. She's in the hospital. Here we go. Something hit it from outside. One of the models bumped into it. And you didn't even say it. Nobody bumped into it Shane I heard a click like it was triggered and it fell in triggered. But. Thank you. Tell me. More certain. Yes. Yes, I'm taking my medication. And yes, it's the right dose. Like, it's working. It's not what I was gonna ask. I was going to ask if you feel well enough to go home if you wanna stay here tonight. Do you wanna come over for dinner drinks and sex in our shower? Julia. Jill that suppose to me. Joel. Do you want to Skype Dr Larry? But what happened? Craze shocked. Damn. I have no idea what you're talking about the rented this house. What is he has to do with anything? Trulia truly put the phone down. Of course. Where are you going his office? Can't hear what he's doing? He's not doing anything to us. Willing to. He he refused, and he took it. That's not what's happening here. He wanted that truly do this. This makes sense. That's not what's going on here. That's not what's happening, Trulia, Leary, and Skype. Julia. So we see her like, I guess this looks like a POV camera or something at first she walks outside, but it's supposed to be and she gets into blue Porsche with dealer plates. Still on it is unused. Boop hor-. I think we've realized how nice this car is up until this point that she was given. This is the first like seen we really have with this car. It's unbelievable. It's like, I'm not even a car person. And I'm like, wow. That's a pretty sexy car like I'd never want it. But it would I would take. But again, we don't know what this job is that he's doing. And again, I'm like porn this motherfuckers working important. I'll tell you. What is that? No boss that really wants you to do your job is buying you a Porsche. Sale. No, you get a Camry. So I wrote the like, I am I know that I don't understand what this doctor owes them like going back to the first seen. Why the doctor feels like she needs to be this twenty four seven presence in their life. I just wanted to reiterate that means you're saying well as I was walked the as I was watching Haley storm out there's the Porsche and there's the bike next to each other. And I was like please go to the motorcycle the motorcycle is wanted to see HILI death straddle the motorcycle ride off into the sunset just be bad ass for minute. But as far as the doctors concerned, I just I want to be part of whatever psychiatric world. This is sure we can maybe make that service for you. It's like brain task rabbit here, right though. It would have been cool if she grabbed a motorcycle so much cool are just would've hoped. She would have worn a helmet. She's already crazies. There's she's live. Life on the edge. So she winds up charging into the real estate guys office. And she completely just like hangs up his phone, and what we realized later on is that she's she's passing the assistant. She's passing his desk or whatever else things are looking kinda fishy. And she basically goes end, she's like, I know what you're doing. It's not gonna work. I know about the break ins, I know about the guy following me. I know the window frame the snake all of it. I'm not gonna put up with that. And she's like I signed a lease. You know, you're not gonna drive me out, which was really weird point. Which is like I signed a lease. You're not gonna drive me out. Well, it's okay drive me out. You know what I mean will? So at this point are you thinking like, oh, they're going to break the lease and get sued for it at this point. If I was her I would be like, I'm not like trying to stay in this house. There's it's Los Angeles. If you could afford that giant place you can afford, a lovely condo land. Yeah. Get a fuck out of their two day. Led him challenger lease seriously. Yeah, aleve. Yeah. Did you ever see the movie the house of salmon fog with sa-, Ben Kingsley and Jennifer when it first came out, so probably stone? I used to call that movie bits retina apartment entire movie is her freaking out because she's like I want. My house Kingsley moves in with his lovely wife into the house, and she's freaking out. Because of all this familiar stuff. I want my house. Yeah. And I just said Bisco ran apartment you need that house. This is not your one true love go find another place to live. She can find a cue placed and we host show. But like absolutely Beverly Hills Jason rate in that Balu Porsche. Yes. For a Camry. Yes. Lovely condo in valley. Village. Did we ever stabbed these people are married? No, no. Which is like another interesting thing too. Because I was thinking girl if you're married like in this man's holding you hostage. Go rent an apartment and you'll working. Out in court, nothing. He's gonna pay for this shit. But like your boyfriend also jumped ship, even faster. No for sure go stay with Anne in that bomb. Ask house of the BG's live right up in the Hollywood hills. I that may be the only could be holding her back was like a financial tie. But but the real things holding her back is the shadow man, which I have to say is like she's addictive that shadow mandate him like she can't leave it behind. No. It's the truth. Like, literally leave it behind show, again, how what a horrible like any band name like this shadow man, shadow, man. They start referring to him. Like, that's like a common thing. They start talking about it. Like, oh, like, the grapes like, the, you know, the apples the shadow, man. Like they're talking about it like, it's a fucking household item. And it's like, no, dude, like shadow men are a big deal. If you see that let's like respect that charges into this office and what they never talk about. Yeah. Is on the outside of the office. Is a giant sign that says close to the public kunia. Yeah. And I was like don't you want to address this also like would you ever go to a realtor for especially that high end of a home that had a neon green awning like that like 'cause I was like bitch? This is tacky. It looks like a like a rental car place like. Veran I wouldn't lease a car from that let alone. Yes. A multimillion dollar home. No. It looks like a shutdown tire store in this alley. Yes sets like, okay. We're like in here right now because I love the valley but the valley, but like I'm telling you, I would run my clothing store, quote, unquote, out of one of those sooner than a real estate company running. Okay, totally we're in agreement. And so when she goes outside her husband like is followed her, by the way, whatever Shane whatever he is. Dr he's followed her over to this place. You walks in the offices. I'm sorry. My wife, and he pulls her outside in the parking lot. And she's like did you see the printer? And he's like what? And she's like exactly there was no printer what kind of office doesn't have a printer. It's a it's a legit point. It's ship point. Don't laugh, it's a good point. But also like it. It's a good point. It's a good point finis point. That's a Perry. Mason point that is like some amazing Sherlock Holmes. What business doesn't have a printer? Right. Everybody's will. No. Because whenever I need something printed. The first thing I do is I turn to like the literally all turn to someone at like pep boys and be like Yoda Frank like I need like I will give you a tip. If you like Prentice sang for me. I'm not printing something I do have a printer set it out. And it's a scam. I need I have so much scan. Okay. But anyway point being she's like also the lamp in the fans still had price tags on it. Yeah. Which like, okay. That's a good point. And they were gigantic and cardboard and huge. They were they look like the tags would have like a garage sale. Yeah. Like a night fancy garage shell people don't need the money. Yeah. The kind of garage sale where like, yeah. Like something over in like Westwood with Gwyneth Paltrow. Decide to have garage sale. You know, it's not like people that like need the money, and it was a west elm tag for. Sure. Yeah. So. In that. I felt was distracting and also made me think well, why would you buy a fan is the whole building temperature wise like Tobias a new fan? She's like something's wrong. Very true. So the husbands as did anyone else the snake 'cause she's like starts talking about saying? He's like, no he's like she's like well by the time Louise's Scott here. The my friend. Louise, I've so excited for a moment. So by the time, we got here. It was gone. We're the snake go who knows? But because next just like disappear. I would hate to think that Lewis was in on this. And he retrieved the snake, and then he liked where did he put it in his pants? We don't see him carry out. I don't know. Maybe it's an Ziege snake? It's maybe it's an is like case it also looks a lot like a plastic snake? But sure, yeah, I did look very very much like a plastic snake? So any farm now. So he's like listen says you haven't even been on your new meds. You've been on your old med and that I L O. What? Yeah. I l o ELD. Yeah. L O L. And then I was like this is so fucked up and all by notes is. Oh my God. Is she being gaslight by Shane issue being gassed by Shane? Why would he be in control of from ED's? Why she would have to be a conservator shop for that to go above her head like usually they'll do that with like adolescents too. Like, they can't handle their diagnosis if. I ns or under a conservative shop where it's like. But that said Shane is not her husband. So what's going on? So like who the fuck is in charge of this check, right and wines. I know that he's I don't worry about it. I'm incudes Dr Larry Teri polo like we've decided that like you weren't ready for it. So we put you back under old mad because you are better on your old net. And that is crazy. And that this was like a big triggering fear for me because like the idea of two people talking above my head to decide something in my best interest like terrifies, man. Yeah. Because they've never would because no one ever talks to me about my best Endara's. So it'd be like this. No, it's not satellite that. But it'd be like if I literally like like, I'm picturing if I had like some ex-boyfriend in doctor conspire against me to put me on new medication. It'd be well what the fuck to either. One of you know, about me. It's it will be crazy. It's think about that feeling you guys. Okay. So then she gets up in the middle. And I at one two three AM. Yeah. There's like a couple other time things in this movie to that really like I wrote them in my nose for time codes where I was like if someone at home can add up all of these numbers and get back to me with the meaning that would mean a lie numerology numbers. Yeah. Yeah. Let's remember one two three two three. Okay. So she gets up in the millage. I've got fucking mission Honey, and she goes back to that real estate office and the doors are locked, but she spots a little like, I guess like an opening in the back door shutting Pryatta open, which I would never put my nails through. I'm very on the other side of that either way. Like, I don't think anyone should like you. Stick your nails behind that. They're going to give ripped finger. Yes. So she pulls the door open, though, she gets inside which by the way, guys if you ever think about breaking into a building you're never getting in that door ever the door that she pulled open. No one's ever getting in. That says she gets an, and of course, she is his desk. His desk is empty. It's a prop. But there is a set of keys, and then she chased the keys over to a door. That's glowing underneath. So, you know, something's going on in their their six monitors with like three files on each monitor which is really not a lot of files. Also, not how this would work. Probably maybe also the keyboards are not regular keyboards their editing. Keep right, right. Yeah. So who knows but they are basically different views into different properties at these people own including your own house. But she's also seeing other people there's a couple that's like passed out on the couch. I couldn't tell it. That was another couple. I thought that was Shane in another woman. But I wasn't sure. No. It's like it's just like white lifetime guy and white lifetime girl, and like so as the other one, oh, I totally thought it was Shane cheating on her because he's kind of white light. Right. Right. Right. No. That's what it is. It's like that's unfortunate part of lifetime. Is that we're now like five white guys in and I don't know where they are like, I still I can't tell fully. But yes, like fuck do. This is my nightmare is that someone has my house wired or any apartment I've ever lived in. Have lived in apartments that were like very maintenance. And I've also lived in apartments that were like not very like I had to call someone like get them over. So the places that were really very frequently maintenance of the more like high tech places, I live like my last department. I lived in before here was very security, and I'm like, yo they could have had cameras in anything. Well, so you are speaking to one of my favorite movies of all time. Which is the masterpiece that has sliver. Oh, I haven't seen sliver. Why? No, I probably love it. I love the purge. So I love anything that like praise on my basis fears. Well, this is a seminal. Sharon, Stone classic with Billy Baldwin at the peak of his powers and did see it in like middle school. I'm right. It's so fantastic. Okay. It's like she's living in this like high high rise building in New York. There are all these security cameras, then and the tagline was you like to watch don't you? And it's basically like a sexual thriller with Tom Bergen, which is very loved Hamburg. Yet. N how have you not seen the SUV? This movie is what I probably almost definitely seen it. But was either like making out with someone or was really young and didn't care? It's worth revisit because sliver is just so I'll tonight and there's Scott Roddick thriller, but it's also got psychological thriller. I love psychological thriller. Oh my God. It's beyond beyond any my space any quiz that asked me what my favorite genre of movie was in the nineties. Honey, always like logical thriller. Fantastic day is probably my favorite. I don't sliver is seven and never will. But like, I also hold that movie like into the ranks of like, and I bring this movie up way too, much, just backdraft. Oh backdraft again Billy Baldwin at the peak of his power, right? Like, I really am is love like kind of like a what the fuck is going on here kind of movie. And that was the nineties was was like. Feel like a sexy bad time like the nineties, I love backdraft so much. But at this point when she goes into the room and she seeing video camera setup. And like, okay. This is my note, it is porn. Exclamation Shane is the top dog. Exclamation. And that I wrote sliver meets gaslight. But with poor capitals. You're right. You're right. No, you're right. And I think that that would be that's I think a lot. I was like, oh, I'd be embarrassed by this axe. But I didn't pull away that that might be the full point which would be a great business jazz saying not to do that you guys, but it'd be great business. So then she spots a no pad, which by the way. I've coming holiday you guys eight twenty three that's our new holiday moving for. We don't know what it is. Yeah. But like sense a- gestures for what? Eight twenty three is for us for our national holiday on this podcast. Yes. Because this is final sequence data proved eight twenty three seventeen eleven thirty pm PTP as PS t to be confirmed. So we're gonna find out, but that's one of the things bothered me. This is so stupid. But that would be PD it wouldn't it be put diffic- Pacific daylight time. Right. That's standard. Would it be standard PS where PS day all in? It was deal at times bullshit. Yeah. I know. And by the way, like did, you know that you don't even have to deal with out if you live in Arizona, and that's what I'm hoping California's to that was on the ballot. This last year it feels right? Like, it does fuck my life up like an I grew up on the east coast where this really matters daylight savings saying it does. You're at your after school activities blackout side. No sons, but it makes me so mad. Yeah. It does. And it fucks up. My folks at my mood. Totally things. I'm always grumpy. Dark at four thirty or up in our early that blows. Also, we hear the door click behind her. So someone's in their let's the guy that you recognized over and over again. And it's that she's afraid of that was at the restaurant and was on the street. Yeah. Is the guy who's kind of stocking Julia's like freaking out. She's trying to clean up everything get it away, which I was like girl, just go run. Like who cares? Like you. Don't you're never going to clean something someone's expectations in a horror movie, but she winds up crawling under the desk getting away far enough. So that he goes in she thinks he's going to spot her because he seems to be like fumbling his keys, but instead goes in she gets out then. So then the next morning Shane he wakes up, and it's Julia on the phone, and then we cut to a beat later. He's met her at the parking lot or whatever the fuck she's setting in front of and he is sitting there with her, and it is the most conspicuous parking job ever. Yes. It's like girl. High school boyfriend like in in the gym in front of anyone don't get away with anything. This is like parking in a parking lot in a bright, blue convertible. Yes. Absolute opposite of getting away with one thing in your life. They're like ten feet from the entrance that still says close to the public. So again, I'm like why are they not concerned about that part of this ties spy, but I would be a better spy than this. So she tries to get an again because he's like, let's go like, no, we gotta do again. So she tries to the side doors. She can't the siren goes off. And they're still sitting there a few hours later. So now, it's fifty six thirty two to one. Oh, one three. I have to go to work, just two minutes. You said that an hour ago. Let's go home. He comes. Awning. I know it's so we have seen that haven't you? I would never go to this place. It's so gross cheesy. I feel like I've driven past that yet. I'm going to be at that. And now a sudden all of a sudden we have jumped from the rooftop now, we're like in front of her friends. Not it's crazy at my thought was we're right across the street from cacao, which has delicious in the back. No, she's just visiting her front any at the patik. So I don't know how many dump from that to that. But it up my perception on the movie do spending the rest of the movie being like well how in relation but you did. Can you? Forgive me. Please. I'm. By threat here. I don't know what I'd do if I lost you. There's nothing between Shane and me. Nothing. I know. Can he help? To get it. I I just I need to know that you forgive me. Any please a good girl. Thank you, can you. Forgive me. Get. He's been east bathroom sink. My gift to. Kid new light, you hope. Right. You heart. Did it tonight? I use your shower. It's like, oh, you missed it. The gift I gave to you. When I was using your shower with your husband and the house fucking ungrateful bitch. Which include strain science of camman? Just let me go back. I know what? You're timid. Julia truly on. Julia, please. These were empty. Come on get off me. I'm gonna call the police. I'm sorry. How did all that stuff? Come in back into the office, though. I'm not sure and she also giving me like serious like like car ram like she's fucking fight them one. And you're in office had in the middle. You. A two dollars. Feel free. It's the monitoring where we monitor the properties. They must have known that she broken and are doing this to make her crazy. I guess maybe they got there so early he's a feed to property. We manage. I don't know already. It lowers our insurance rates. It's very simple. Very normal open. They're saying if this was true, this would be a feature on the rental this like we have security cameras monitoring you twenty four seven that's a good feature. So if this is they're like, oh, don't worry. We do this for insurance purposes. No bitch. You do that first purposes. And you say we're mon- may twenty four seven I feel like you have another litter future. Plenty give me a career. Don't have. Making sense. I'm sorry. I'll do it. Come on. Come on. I always feel like I'm minutes from being why? Everyone else. Did it? I'm not stupid like which myself this in my bathroom. And now, you're telling me, it's a parking lot. Like, I always very Gus lead in situations at times why who's gas lighting? Yeah. No, just like certain people sometimes like with like not anyone in the population. But certain people in my life. That route those and that is damaged. I think my perception of people believing me generally. Yeah, I think so of course, it has some people that you love tell you that you're fucking crazy. You're gonna start to be like opiate. Maybe I did make that a Belykh. You're like, oh, no. I always the camera into my bedroom. Like I've never ever ever been like, oh, I didn't. I always much like, no, I stand in my feelings, and you need to support them. Right. No. You're right. You're right. I mean, I think horrible that somebody wouldn't do that. I would think I would do that till somewhat till I felt so alienated that I was like fine. If I need to fucking believe to play along. So we can move forward in our lives. She goes home and they punish the dog. They're like stay in the room. I'm she's like fine. And it's like, yeah. Like, I I'm like I relate to that. Like, I would not want to there's been times in my life or probably is not benefited me to use my voice, and I have and I feel like that's probably what's led me to less, really. This this place place where you have this place where I'm like seeing myself in this movie, and I'm like, yeah. That could happen to me. That's terrified. I mean. I think I've had like, yeah. I think I've had human relationships or whatever. Whereas I think something where I'm correct about something being certain way, and then over time gas lighting like second Stockholm syndrome just start to believe someone. Eventually, sure. Like, well, if I'm the only one, and you're also keeping it probably the only one who's right girl. That's what I always say. Why you're good to have? That's why you should have a kid. This is why because you're going to teach someone that. And then send them into the world's good. I mean, whenever I get into a fight with my dude. It's always whenever he says anything that sort of negates, my feeling like you tell me how I feel you don't know how I feel only. I know how I feel. That's a good solid foundation. Have I mean, and thankfully, I guess I hopefully respects that because I think it's a pattern of. Her saying, no, I believe this and then people in her life being like knob edge. Now, you don't that is infuriating, that's infuriating. Is that there's so it's scary. 'cause you're like you'll people will lie. People will literally let me be a crazy person before they tell me the truth if it benefits that's awful. And that I just means you've been in LA too long true-life. Okay. So they totally at a go lay down in her room. And she does. And then he takes any by the door, Shane he's like, Don. We're getting are committed tomorrow and thanks for being such a good friend and things for forgiving her. Like, I would literally kill some if a guy. This is my biggest nightmare is my boyfriend, my best friend talking above my head regarding like my life lake. No, it's crazy. And there's very weird energy between them and there's like an almost handhold. Right. And it made me exceedingly angry. It made me think. Thank god. Her mother is dead. And also all my God. This is terrible. Her mom is dead. Because this would never happen because it almost made me think oh my God. If her mom was alive. They'd all be in on this. Then she'd have come in from every angle, you think her mom would turn on her life at this point in the movie. Yeah, I don't know who wouldn't. It seems like everyone's put this label on her perhaps it was fair, you know, based on some of the things we've seen this. They've really tried to lead us down a path of unsure at nece. Oh fire. Absolutely. So I did notice that any said. She was like, you know, what she saved my life. I'd do anything for her. Yeah. I was like in what way how? And he also said the same thing about her at the beginning of the movie where he said I'd be dead in a ditch. If it wasn't for you. So what is going on with these people? Exactly. And we won't don't worry we won't ever come back to that. But I will say that like, you know, in general in life, you guys if someone is crediting you with their existence and you're not their parent. That's a warning sign. Absolutely. Right. So. He's okay. Do you have a Chihuahua at? Okay, Swayze the cat. All right. We're okay. So. What are we gonna do? I don't wanna like, nor you man. But I know you're okay. No K by wanna lay down on your side or something wanna pick a side. Fut- is good. All right. So I'm here's Julian movie around stairs. And when he gets up there. She's in the ceiling, basically Julia's, ripping a fucking camera out of the ceiling when he comes upstairs, and he's like, hey, calm down show. This is not a big deal all these wires at your point from the ceiling. They just go to the TV which every guy I've ever dated has known, exactly. Which wire in the house goes to every fucking thing is your dude. Like that. No. My dude is literally like, hey, can I met a pee on the floor? Can you help me clean it up? No way really every well every data's been like that. But not when it comes to any wire that goes into the television. I feel like my dude is pretty much like, oh, I gotta go surf babe. So if there's a wire somewhere, I'll be back. I got to shred the NAR, right? He's he's off the grid. And I'm like by right? He'll later. Okay. So every I've ever dated knows every fucking wire in the. House where it's going the way that this guy. I don't know. I mean, I don't know a lot about wiring. But I would imagine if anyone reached up into the ceiling above my bed and started pulling down blue wiring. I'd be like yo that's not supposed to be there. That's my thought is she's ripping and she's got like drywall over herself, and she's trying again, and she's freaking out and the whole time it's multiple cable. And granted we're we're getting down the very end of this movie here. So we know that. Yes. Would she she should start to believe her now? Okay. Well, this and I'm like, no she's living in a sexual fantasy sliver. They're shooting porn something going on. And the cables are some sort of like amazing routing back to wherever the porn producers are living. So he tells her is like, you know, what you need to get it. The fuck together. There's no shadow, man. There's no cameras and eventually she feels defeated. So we're going to one oh four zero seven two one six thirty eight. Call the doctor. You call call Robert. I'm cancelling tonight's shoot. I got Robert. No, yes. No, clean shoot porn shoot for. Sure. Right. It's all foreign. Sorry. I was. I promise I'm fine. Hold on a second. This. I'm worried you're going to hurt yourself. I'm I'm worried. Trying. I promise I promise. Please go to your shoot. Go back. I wanna go. Before this this, please this life. I. Hugh said none of this means anything without me. You meant that. Right. Yes. Yes. Better right. Hey, Robert, I'm gonna I'm gonna give you called backer. Tie a few loose ends at work. We are out of here. Okay. Brad here. Right. I have not gonna leave you like this. Stay with you. No, no, no faith. Clear shoot tonight. Okay. I promise I'm fine. Fine. You weren't. Any boyfriend would believe this doesn't wanna be there? You know? You know? But also, you just said you were to get committed. Tomorrow's this doesn't feel like the conversation. He would have right now at all. Forget it takes me a moment longer suspect. This man. They did a great job casting him. Yeah. They've really did. I really I enjoyed him tremendous. She looks at that. She's like there's something in the ceiling. She knows there's something in the ceiling. Yep. And the way that they make these ones in particular because these are like Honey, we're playing this over and over again on lifetime movie channel, this is all. This is all commercial cut. So it cuts. Right. We're gonna come back up on some shit to this by love the commercial breaks. 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Peeve of mine does will keep so she's out of soap, and she goes to start looking for keeping your face wash. She's keeping the water running the entire time. She's looking out here. What? It was so past there's no for sure making me crazy. That's just like a little trigger for is that California to route etiquette page effort. If you've been like that your whole life. I think going up to there was like propaganda shut it off as soon as you're done. Like, I was reading. Yeah. My parents still if they let it mellow me out to no end. Yeah. I know I like, yeah. That's rough. It's rough. No. You should always it down going into like in the summer. We had a house like right above Cape Cod. But like there was families. I knew that lived on Cape Cod and had septic tanks. Like that was a whole fucking vacation or deal. That's like yo we're on vacation like I should not be spending so much time worried about where this forty six year old man peed before me because I twelve and unlike house known about some forty six year old man's p. Gross. So okay, we get back all at a soap. I was more bothered by the fact that it looked like she was going to use almost detergent on her face. Totally hanso for her face. Yeah. And you know, what I understand changing containers. But there's a lot going on there. Shen? Sure. But she's she's not wash our hands because she didn't wash your hands after the airplane bathroom. So that's what this is about. So she starts to see a wire underneath a cabinet. She follows it. She looks up. She realizes. Oh, they're in the motherfucker invents. Oh, yeah. Which like took a little too long. Look at the angle in the first thing, obviously, it's in the vent where else would it be? So. But I kept looking for the red light. There's light. Yeah. Usually the telltale totally I think on spy cameras, though, that would be the first thing that go. Oh, interested red light. That's for on camera talent. Oh, yeah. Like now, you're being watched. But like even your like, he then blue light. It's on right? Which is how you know the cameras on. I don't want it in there. If there was a camera in there, all they would see as my friend who's been staying with me, six months, just like sleeping on this couch into them. I say he's beautiful. Congratulations. The ball. The ball. Once every Monday, he comes out here. So. We go now to. The busy LA traffic. We see that underneath this busy underpass. I think immune it looks like downtown center studios. Deanna set us up to believe that there at he pulls over on his Motors. I get this call from Gillian saying that she's on the cameras, and she is like underneath a Caterpillar everywhere. She's really having a moment. And like he's kind of he's a fucking dick. Like. Tenant. We just talk about this Bill your therapist any baby. You just promised to get her out of this town. Meanwhile at Mike bitch, Hugh, tell him to come home. You've just told him to leave just said, I'm fine. That was believe aound that all the cameras are in the vent. But we also still know that this bitches cry and needs to be institutionalized. And honestly, I was like how fucking dare you. Right. You just let his boss to hear you guys fighting on the phone, right? Have had a meltdown at the restaurant. A long game would have been to know that the cameras have been watching the whole time to put on your fucking full length. PJ's get in bed and shut up. Exactly. But on some Oprah's find Oprah's on YouTube on own. Yeah, they play those bitches on. Did you get the Oprah? Twentieth. Anniversary DVD set by any chance. Not if you want to go back and treat yourself at our no DVD player. But it is my mom, and I bonded. We spent eighteen hours to Christians that you got it for me watching Oprah straight. My stepdad made all the food like brought it into us. We're not talking to you where watching Oprah, and we watched eighteen hours of Oprah. And it was the best we bonded. We felt every feeling just like us go between like selene Dion interviews to some person was molested. Just like you go everywhere you hit every emotion my angelou's in there so much. Oh my God. The best you got to get Gatto. They should still digital. Why don't they sell a digital Oprah pack. Well, but they do show her shows on own but not like the not like the strays they show like the the big hits the corners, the ones that she wants to be known for that was the thing you could never get her tapes, you could only transcripts of her show. That's the other thing too is like babe like if every author out there was their greatest hits. None of us would agree with them total. We'd all be like, no it was that one. That was the good one so much as I respect own and Oprah Winfrey in general, she's my Queen. I would I would rather her loosen up that control give us the audience thumper -tunities to have eight hundred shows at our disposal. Totally. But I feel like we're really like the channel that it was meant to be it would just show her show all day every day go through the catalog just a random one. I don't care. Erica wants is literally. Anything any episode? She ever did was brilliant. Totally you're gonna learn something feel the fields take me back to eighties. Take me through the ninety s give me skinny Oprah me. Big Oprah giving Oprah giving away cars Oprah. I want all of that. Yeah. Tina Turner Oprah. She would go on a small bender when she just be like, I love, Jim. Carey. Our years of being obsessed with Jim Carey where did this come money like the selene do? Cillian? I flew to Las Vegas for sixteen hours. Caruana also about just gosh. Yes. To Indiana and concert. How did it go? It was like my best life on. It was the best at one point. She standing up this floating stage. And she starts singing, my heart will go on. And all of a sudden like water hits the stage when the water hit his straight. I hit the fucking ground. And I was d. Oh. Liane and concert is pure life. What were you feeling like where you feeling that moment? Were you sad. We're like was crying. It was. Also like all of the chills. It was like the first kiss with your high school love that never liked you back the unrequited love release of you've got it. I finally had this moment. And just like hearing your voice, the chills brilliance, the canadianness it is just pure magic. She does. She gives us stage show. Like, no one else, we see on America's got talent get back to this. Did you see the little girl? Her name was selene and her parents were in the wings with her little sister Dionne shut. And she's saying my heart will go on. And she got the golden buzzer dead like in. I cried. Say that I cried is such a vast. I was weeping. And I was because like parents are like they're not from mirror their foreign like they love selene Dion. These two little girls Selena Dion. And like they are watching their daughter win on American talent competition singing selene Dion. And they are like they're I'm like this is America. This is what America should be at its best. I'm literally girl winning America's got talent for this. So. Sure. So we go to any or shot. There's this scene were Julia comes rushing into something. And it's almost like sexy theater scene where we ceiling. The silhouette of Anne Julia's there is that them. Okay. Yeah. They're in the store Julia's explaining something earn a very heated way. But any he's not really reacting cut to outside the realtor where I thought. We'll just go to this is where I want America add up our time one eleven eleven to one twenty four twenty four was that numerology by. This is like basically the whole rest of the movie. Don't turn around give me the password your computer system. Crept should be more careful though. At least not a nice city now. Ready ready? Make some money. Don't worry about. Now. We're watching like Robert the guy from stat and the sleazy realtor guy go into this system. We realized now that day is today that they were talking for isn't each three. Yes. Eight twenty three pm. Informed viewers. Now, they've got forty five people spending a million dollars to watch this go down. Okay. But now she just walked into some random ask office. We don't know where nothing is going on. I thought that that was their house that has been stripped I thought that too. But I wasn't sure. And I was like, but wait. And now we're in Montenegro where somebody's on a boat watching a live feed stream of the living room. So this is where this becomes. I was like, okay Sasha, and I can Bal out on how this now it's eleven thirty zero seconds. A human man they're going to kill her on television in front of millions of people. So it's not porn, but it's kind of warm because it's a snuff film. Here we go do by. This is where all the bad guys stuff from if you if you million dollars to watch a girl get killed. You can watch it on a better TV screaming that and now again, here's Shane walking through random empty rooms. Oh, and here's the balancer the bouncer showing up at the house. You know, who all these white guys are. I thought those were the same guy proverb. I know. Ask a message, and I'll call you back. Shane on his bike looking worried where the fuck, and where's the shoot? He's supposed to be right. The bad actors on the green screen, Honey. And now, I am black is in the house. Select also pokes holes because they never really explained where we were like where Shane thought he was supposed to be guy. He thought he was driving downtown. We're watching videos again, you guys. So we know our dark place. Do we think actually exists? Do. There's no reason to I've never been given any evidence in my life that this doesn't exist. Okay. So creepy. Bouncer guys, watching her on the couch. He's watching home videos because honestly turns back. You guys. She's gone. She's gone where you go also wears Natalie Holloway. Like, where's everyone there in next? That's what I'm telling like. POV Sean the dude on the boat. But. My album, so proud of you for shooting. So yes, she shot, dude. Number one, white number one. Is we think it's over right? But no. But she doesn't seem that emotional about it, which is bizarre because she's been like she's been acting her off this whole movie would think this would be like her release like I'm done. But it's almost like she knows something else is coming and don't worry. George. Any of this logically act up? No because you've been told the whole time the very different about these law. They only locked from the inside. And now he got in from the outside. One one. Okay. Now here voice of God. But we don't know where it's coming after Leary. To me. Okay. Dr larry. Pointing the gun at me. Truly. Make any sense. Okay. What you're talking about? I need you to help me to help him. Just put the gun down. Please. Please put the gun down. I love you. I love you so much, but I can't do this anymore. I don't know how to hope you. Julia. I hope you. I can't do this. That's right. Predictable. Just a delusion. Another string bad dreams. This. Compet? Not the most focal in bed. Not the most interesting. But. Fun. I'll give you that for this. So creepy like why? He knows people are listening, whereas Anne king realty creepy. King realty again, very conspicuously partner big ass fucking Chevy, by the way, while patik owner of everybody. There's no way. About a trip down memory lane before we finish. How in the world did I find you? That's you saying that by the way, I feel like the luckiest girl in the whole world. Find your number two men with guns breaking into. So liberty and charming. Few friends thing your amazing. Darcus thing is that he's remarking her with this intimate. Confession about how she is. So few friends left, but she feels joy in vibrance in her life because of this man. As reads this to kill her all sake. And she's going to have shitty fucking curtain that bleeded Kurt. Hi, I'm Elise. I know Elise. Santa least Bech K trying. Why did they not call this lease on life? Always read the fine. Page fourteen section. Paragraph two. The undersigned. That's you. Agree to participate in the operations of the property owner and its subsidiaries. At my own risk. And hereby release property owner from all live -bility an any injury caused however grievous. Up to and clothing. Stairs. That I can't figure and she's. Hold up. He's been in spots. Real. Skype Dr Leary talk about it. Right. He's a so obviously reaching or something in his ankle come on. She's thinking about it. She's like is an ankle would never. As a lot of consideration for gun off. I am a full glass house. And also, they do it in a way that you don't know who shot. So like you see the blast near like. Oh, she's dead. No. It's hot chant. Guess what? Bitch. And so we come up on her looking like a sad wet dog later in the hospital. But she doesn't every unlike giver beauty seen. We never got like a pretty scene with her like at least in like. Her secret husband or something the last one we did she had a beautiful wedding scene. Like, she got to have pretty moment and here had upside down sex. No, she literally had her one pretty moment was upside down socks with your pants on. That's just terrible. So any shows up to the hospital, and she smiles a bit when she sees her like almost like a peace offering, and it's like Nobel when your friend just had to murder. Her husband get her away from her you show up in your like everything just goes to the side. Okay. You don't need to be like I'm here as an apology like you just hug her. It was so weird to watch a best friend play this out with an ego. Oh, like, girl like eagle side. So. We see heels walking down a hall. There's now a knock at door. We see a doctor come in. And we see a new girl. She's a new patient seen her before we saw her when Shane was going through. Headshots didn't have. Yes. Actor names on it. They were just photos, and I was like these are the headshots I ever seen. Thank you for putting together the white girls for me because I ain't seen her. But I didn't I almost thought it was thought it was Anne when she came up later in the apartment, I was like, oh, he's like trying to get this bitch a role like he's couching is the one moment we see actually doing his job. So this looks like I'm gonna give her like almost like she does remind me Kelly Martin or something where she has nice girl sort of like peace like an Anna Kendrick and like up in the air sort of like, you seem sturdy. Yes troubled, but like a nice girl that I knew from home troubled is gentle soul troubled is. Yes. The doctor comes in Teri polo, girl, and she's like, okay. So, you know, getting ready couldn't go in the real world. And she's like, no, she's has it and she's excited. We'd get inside. My god. We're going to play this just because can't we're realizing here that we've been watching a brilliant movie this whole time I s. I kind of think this movie's really good based on this. And it's also just a lot of poor planning. But I would love if this was what the movie was whatever this is. I wish that this movie was so one twenty six ten to one twenty eight thirteen we're going to see someone that looks like diet Brad Garret from fuck in. Everybody loves Raymond. Like, he looks like such a sweetie like club to see him at all at a party. Nice guy would not bang. Great. Remember, you can call me anytime. Heather slow. Yes. No way. Josh harrington. We in fifth grade together at Fletcher elementary you look exactly the same. Sorry. I am. Remember, it's been twenty years. That's okay. Have you been this is my biggest fear? Okay. Visiting someone being pushed into the hands of someone at my most vulnerable. My aunt had a little bit of a meltdown the other day. So we brought her here to specialists do you live around here, you need a ride or anything. I'm on my way out. Stick it where he headed for Norwich. Phil I live in pine ridge, two miles from bernardsville. I'd be happy to drop you off. How about this? Give me your phone number. I'll give you a call, and we can grab a coffee sometime. Right. Sure. Okay. Came with me. Wow. Let me grab isn't that? Convenient. I hate this. I feel like I would fall for this. Thank you. These days from work. Works. Sorry. Managed to get it in the film industry somehow produced movies now. This is what it is. It's coercion because she has medical professional next door and our medical professionals, not like girl, don't go home with him view. The bus ticket already prearranged. We set it up for you here at this mental hospital. We're we're not just going to let you on the streets like doctors like, no, you do what you want. And so she's given permissive signal person. You already might have bad judgment or impulsive behavior or whatever delusions or or like a a desire to be belonging to some sort of community or something. There was so many of the movie called Stewart, actor an actor deem rage Stewart who names their child rage. Honestly, I don't know. But that's pretty impressed. I hope I'm become a stepmother to a child name rate. That I would be a good stepmother getting place in my life, where I'm realizing like, you know, I don't really want kit. But I would love to be a stop mom. I had a single mom. So I like, no what's up like, I know how kids feel about that me. Let me find rage. Really? Okay. But the one thing that we haven't talked about is so. Make sense. There's that too. So this poor girl with the big Anna Kendrick is walks off with this dude who supposedly she went to fifth grade with and Teri polo, watches it and gets a spark on her face. And then we over here him say, I somehow got into producing movies, and you understand this vicious cycle. Yes. So like, I mean, I love this. This is what I this is my world. I'm big in tra-. I'm big into like, you know, what I think really there's an underbelly of in all of this industry, which is that there is a slight sex trade layer to it. There's some there's some inappropriate going on. And we've seen the surface of that. I don't think that what we've seen this year. Is that revolutionary? I think it's outing bursts speaking about where we already kind of knew. Right. So there has to be stuff. That's on spoken. That's just how it is. It's how it works aliens at how it works with the ocean. It works with everything like that. So I can't imagine sexual predators much different. And I could see that being a system. I really could like this man this motherfucker. This guy told me he just got into movies. I would believe him that guy looks like he just got into movies. Sure. But would you believe you went to fifth grade? That's my bigger. Well, I think that you take the like reasonable, which is that he can list what elements school you went to. He has a fond memory of you. Apparently, he knows your first. And last name like these are things that typically, you wouldn't expect someone to know about you. But I mean, you take them at face value forever. No. But like that's enough to get your foot in the door. Sure. I guess there are people who've come up to me and they've been like Sasha. And then they'll tell me how they know me. I never remember them that actually happened to me night gentleman named grant. How did he know you we worked together at a place called screen junkies? Two years ago. I zero recollection of him, but I pretended. That will happen. That was very nice. You know, what I would get in this car? You're right. Hey, you have a couple of drinks or something? You're stuck there? All of a sudden, it's like, dude, it's grant. Take a ride a we we worked together, you're super nice guy. And by the way, like I vaguely know ninety percent of the people, I know like fuck now, I'm in the sex trade girl, you could walk by me at Porto's tomorrow. And I'm so visually like my eyes are so bad that like if I may Lassen, I definitely would recognize you. But even if I had my glasses on their probably like a sixty percent chance. And you'd have to be like, it's me only at high like I'd have to hear your voice. Sure. That's I'm very like that. So you can tell the difference white men. There's something like I walked up to me. It was like, hey, I'm fucking nerd. I went to high school you. All right. Totally like, you know, I went to s I'm not going to say anymore. Now, I start died to cut myself lament school give away the whole store right now. What happens if they can Google it? Google your elementary school. It would actually be hard. So he's went to school at a district. I always went to Mike abilities, not to brag. But my mom wanted me go to the better schools in our district. So I always went to school is out of district. But that was because I lived in the ghetto on my parents just to fake address get me into the school where we'd get up for. Yeah. I had to lie. I I had to lie for a while. But where I lived. But I didn't really understand why. And then like I put together years later. I busted up that lie though. Like once or twice. I didn't really understand why Tina care back then like now, they do home checks. Yeah. Now like, oh, you better liver. You say you live. Yeah. They start to poke around a little bit because it was been like six months, we were saying that never mind. I'm like, mom, sorry anyways. See you soon. But okay. So I have a question ask you. We ask every guest on this show, which is what is your favorite movie of all time in terms of the finest movie ever made my favorite movie ever like, you just think it's topped about best overall movie made dirty dancing dirty dancing. Our share second dancing. Sam because dirty the last one. I think you might. You're like our second dancing is perfect. It's a great movie. I have a cat named Swayze. It was the thing that made me like realize boys did not have cooties. It's got dancing. It's got music. It's got love. It's got a message of acceptance. It has girl who didn't have a nose job which made me feel like I could be not super pretty and still be. Okay. Totally. And then I had a nose job when I was nineteen so LL, but oh my God. We're your parents supportive about your nose job. My mother told me I needed job literally from the time. My mom is told me forever. She's like if you need a boob job can get nose like mom sixteen. Oh, yeah. I remember being twelve and my mom would tell stories about like, I was always a really friendly child. And I was a week old. And I was walking on the street and some news like what a beautiful baby, I'm other. Thank you. And she can just get a nose job when she gets older. Does your mom have a nose job? No. She didn't need one bitch. No, I don't like my dad's knows I mean, I can show you photos. I did need a nose job. It always wonder. No, I love that. I love when someone knows do you watch founder pump rules at all not everybody says that I'm missing out massive. You're not missing too much. But I will tell you that one of the main girls on it got a chin job Shinhan plant when she was first for graduation, and I was like and she's gorgeous now and like her face needed. A like if you were say that beautiful team girl needs one thing. And that's such a rare thing for someone to know is like up with their face. Chin totally and she knew and she's gorgeous. And I'm like girl you fucking new to get a chin job like your next level. Like, it was next level. That's good. Do you support? Like, I love is part of parents are jury parents behind it. And also, we're in a place in our society. Where like Joe, what are they going to do? What are all these kids out here going to do when they wake up with their mom's face, and they're like, oh h shields different than me like this shit. Creeps out when I was pregnant with my prayer was dear God, give this child my husband's nose, and my temperament my ability to sleep. And so far it seems like we got that kid friendly. She sleeps twelve hours a night. And she has my husband's white boy knows so great take your mom's nose to though, I would've taken my mom's nose. But I feel like my nose was her Brandis. I mean, there was just no question. There was no question. Looking at me. I was Jewish. No question whatsoever. Okay. I feel you. Okay. I feel you. Yeah. It needed to happen. One of the most underrated scenes hindered dancing, which I don't even know if it's a scene, but like winter sisters, like learning the karaoke for that Hawaiian. Yes. How fucking stupid she likes the best like three seconds of movie ever. I like die over at every single time. Just like you look like a moron. Good magin. You're thinking you're so cool. Like, you're so much better. Your sister. This is much with your life. The best. It's so good. And I thought you were gonna say it's when Patrick Swayze very briefly kisses her on the tip, very Arias. And then I love that movie. Well, that's very obvious. And also, we came to the large knows as much as you celebrate that you did not that you relate to that journey. I mean, Jennifer Gray's death was the removal of that knows. No, it's crazy. So I love that movie. And I've seen it four hundred times minimum. And I went to an event at Largo, and I was sitting there. And there was a woman next to me who was eating red vines. I want to read vine, and she gave me one we were sitting there were chatting for like probably thirty minutes and on the way out of the event. She was like, oh, this is my husband, and it was Clark Gregg when I saw Clark Gregg, I was like holy shit. Clark. Gregg is married to Jennifer guy. That was the only reason I knew who it was what's your favorite movie? What's your version of her fact? Oh, I have a lot. I mean, seven is like one of my favorite movies of all time is definitely but true. Romance is probably my favorite movie I walked on the aisle to the tattoo are so cool. True romance. Yeah. The Truman's live reading poster in there. So, but I had to sorta like strip down a little bit after everything I mean, couldn't Tarantino's never not been problematic. But like in the height of new to I'm like. Tattoo of this kind of ride with it. But I still think is one of my viewer. Love stories of all time. An amazing piece of like, I mean, Tony Scott's incredible. An amazing piece of cinema agree. So that's up there for me. But like, I'm very lame. And I love like, honestly strangers on a train is probably one of my favorite movies too. Okay. So that said we Oliver movies on a scale of one which is your favorite movie to five which is the most lifetime, which we don't say is bad. But we say it's lifetime. Yeah. So in a scale of dirty dancing to very very lifetime, you which would be mother. Macy danger is movie a one or a five or somewhere in between? I feel this is a three it's the three. Yeah. I think it's a four us you meet on the three five I'll let you on the three five. I think that there is some good. But the supporting acting was not there the way that it usually is for me because they usually carry it. But I think Shane was good. And I think. But Annie's, really bad. And so was Louise who I really clung to and then. Realtor was really bad. You're right. Let's make it four. It's a four. Okay. So then this is also a tough on believability of the world and characters. Well, we know women get gas. Let all the time. Teri polo as a doctor you can Skype into on a plane is never going to happen. But what is real is? Like, maybe there's some sort of like, you know. Game going on where people are watching someone get killed for sport. Like where are all these people that disappear from cruise ships? What's going on with the ships? There. They jumped off because cruise ships are a hell they were like fuck this. I'd rather drown under fifty people each year. That's a lot. They knows ten years on those. I I keep that a four. Okay. Okay. Can you believe it's variably blur? You wanna give lifetime believable creative use of words award censorship. So they didn't really do like that's bullcrap like they didn't really do need it out one asshole. So that's like a one one dialogue was bad. Yes. Bad three four for. Wardrobe horrible five her in that black pant oversize top. The dress did not holder boobs and Anne with red belt red shoes red bag these other kind of movies have pegged me as classes on these shows because I am always like, no, it's a fucking nightmare. You guys. Like, don't you get it and people are like, oh, you're sorry. Sammy. People are like are like are you for real like like, this is how normal people dress? And I'm like, no, I know normal TV movie. Okay. Now, Q horrible so hair mak-. Oh that makes this rough also give it a four point five really pink lipstick the foundation rusty it was the crusty for me. The hair was not good really doesn't come with like, I think that she has a rule where they can't fuck with their hair because she always comes at the same heavy extensions. The seem highlight like it's always the same sort of thing. So I feel like they can't touch her hair. She doesn't really even move it much. Or? Yeah. It's not good. It's Hollywood hair. It's not it's like it's like for a red carpet. It's not for a movie, you know, what I mean? Doc. Music. I like leaned very heavily went. They went hard on the drama. There wasn't any great licensed music either. Like, it was all just scored sort of bullshit. Yeah. And it was like that horse. Go where it's heavy on the violin. I'll give it a four for crying. There really wasn't any like I'm looking for the big crying Jag a little bit. But it was. Well, there was a lot of effort crying are produce tears. Okay. That's good. And then there was the actual tier that run rant on her face in the airplane bathroom. Okay. Okay. So what do you want to give it a three point five? I agree with you. I let you run this. Okay. Victimization, female character. This is a five fuck yet. No. He was like they've ruined this bitches lifelike thin. Gotcha came at alive. This is what happened to our family. We still don't know. What happened how she save people's lives? This been going on going on this poor girl. Forever. Hirsch, doctors Cantrell, dude. And now what's going to happen? I think you're going to win this season sold on because our next ones are failure. Or refusal to jump to the logical conclusion. Sorry. Sammy five five five five and then get sick. The second to last one is drop plotlines. It's the home movie font. I will say I didn't bump on the font too much. No. It's nothing is on par with the dirty dancing. That's at least. Okay. Okay. We'll go to the fun to to. Thank you. Okay. So I think that you just won the show. It wasn't me that wanted. It was it was the least you're right. Right. Did this? This was like we were between a couple movies, and the I think the other one would have been good to I needed to go back. Impartial justice. I think it was I felt like a sort of Brad Kavanagh climate. We should use the other side. But this this way, this was in the coal, Matthew, our producer. She came to me and said I watched over the weekend, you should look into it. And I said I picked movie Monday got us circle back to the Duff status. Sammy do you have a member for us forty seven. So was fifty five was our number one. And that was me, and my friend literally just throwing fives at a wall. So this I would say the hottest we're going to get this season. Sasha. Thank you so much for being here. This was a thrill like, no, honestly, you're like a mother of a child, and I really know this beyond awesome. Where can people find you have all of your stuff in the description of the episodes of people can go find your Twitter? But is there anything else you want people to see your look at Twitter and Instagram at Sasha Perl Raver, host to show called FX movie. Download every Friday at five or five every Friday at eight o'clock on FX where we take it to the behind the scenes making of a movie and you're like a dual good follow. Because you make good comments. But also like you post interesting links, I feel guy like shit from you. And I'm like, oh, I wouldn't have seen that from someone else. I follow. That's interesting. You are a unique follow animals food and like being angry at the Trump presidency. You also like like I hate to say it like almost like movies. I would think are dude movie that fast and furious is my favorite franchise of all time. And I'm the purge. That's mine. I love the purge Honey to girl sin eating at. I think that why would purge. I would not purge. Why would be right up in there? I love wags. No wax is fully cinnamon rolled. All curled up knows. We're talking about him. Just like I am too cute to urge he knows when the podcast is over. He just wants to. All right. You guys. Next week. Thank you so much Sasha. Thank you for being your Sammy. You guys Nacho experts out. There have a good happy new year. And I'll talk to you soon. Bye. Thank you so much for listening to season for of mother may podcast.

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Episode 24-5 Silly Names

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

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Episode 24-5 Silly Names

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Every week we listen to great video game music from all consoles and all generations and we're your host. My Name is Rob Nichols Pernet, and every week we listened to every week rob replacing statement, and sometimes he doesn't twice and good night. You couldn't tell we're kind of rusted here. We're we figured try to go record in the same room partially because. The other part. Here's construction happening at my neighbor's house and I. my foolish ways bought a duplex so. I when someone's hammered, I, know it and it sucks for recording. So I also like our circles are pretty small like me Kristie are talking like we have a very tiny bubble of the people that we see and we know you do too. So I feel like it's pretty safe. But also I I, have this other just general element is mixed bag how people perceive it but The unfortunate. This of it all is that we haven't as a nation haven't been really handling him to stay in a way that would have pummeled this bad boy downward no rate that would have felt. Controllable which means that Due to the fact that the tenure. For going away rain to somewhere between indefinite to never. Or aggressive indeterminate to never yeah. We had to make some concessions to make some concessions and for that Monica I'm still ridiculously careful with stuff. Because for the record I haven't gone to work every day. This whole thing like I go to the Office Day many people do many people have no choice oh yeah. You know and and and like but you gotTa make when you do and I'm just fortunate that when I go in I. Bear since control of whom around because I go to my office, I can stay in there and if people were doing the thing like I got the mask onto my nose like well, you can stay out there and do not in my room you ain't. But you know only going like a little bit here and there just to keep keep up on like the the network make sure it's fine but. I've been doing. Remote support for everybody and there's this one woman and he's a little bit older and I'm having I'm just tired of trying to figure out her I'm so tired of trying to figure out her home Internet connection issues over the phone that I'm making a house call tomorrow. That's it. I'm just coming over I'm going to rewire everything it this cat who all over the floor. No anchor that she's no, it's not shouldn't be like now she doesn't like cats. Tupperware all things she likes animals, stacks Tupperware, but I'll. I'll take some tupperware if she's got some extra stacks of PS four titles all over the house she's like Do. All these PS three Gabes. PS. Teak today. Honestly. That's bioshock. You can't get that anymore. You can't. Very masterly twice. I feel about overall you just I make deal like I don't do much ever what what I do stuff I'm consistent and careful about it and I just make do with the best can yeah us too. We we took some time off for vacation because we have a lot of traveling. Then after an appropriate amount of time, we decided to just go off ourselves to to the beach, which was actually really nice I feel like you went to one of those secluded ones unfortunately well, actual- Actually. Ocean city Maryland there. There were a bunch of people there but it wasn't like it usually is as I've been told 'cause I've never been to ocean city Maryland before I went there once by a mistake mistake and I can't believe it's it's a it's a bit of a ways from where you were expecting to go. My friend was very, very high. And behind the wheel and behind the wheel perspective for people are like what the heck. Prom night after prom, bunch of friends and I drove to pretty much like just to hang out at the beach for that weekend. So we all got my car and drove off. Of course while driving also they wanted us you know partake of the greenback's as they call them out, they call it that but you know what I'm talking about. Yeah and use those and I was captain no use. As we still am but of course, I'm in the car with everybody. So it's only inevitable. I'm going to get some of it. is I fell asleep because I just passed out in the. You told me a little bit of the story but like what did you guys do get there? Oh so what happened was we were going to one beach and. Green for we hope we were GONNA Rehoboth had I passed out on the way down. And when I came to, we were at a beach that I thought was. Because never been to the beach. So it's only natural right turns out. We were at Ocean City Maryland and the knucklehead just drove straight past with all the way to another beach in another state, which is to do because there's really no other streets. It's just one highway that goes for a long time. It's called left I saw it's called a the Coastal Highway Coastal Highway It's an island it goes over into an island. It's called a barrier island. Okay and he going down south and it cuts off from Delaware to Maryland which crazy is the line from Delaware to Maryland everything changes because suddenly it's super developed and it looks like a city city interest but in Delaware. All National Park, it's all preserved. Motionless Except for like. Tickets further. Six further. Further out south. On its own like island area but up. We went to Louis, which is a super sleepy little kind of farm farm mostly farm town. And then we went to Tell you so are we? We rented a Condo? The first day we just cleaned the crap out of it and then. The right outside the back is the beach and there is partly anybody out there. It was really nice. Because everyone's being really careful and even like when we're driving around. People playing golf that everyone's like being like pretty far apart from each other. To that whole thing like well, only once they is hard to even gauge what's true was not anymore. But what I do know is that. I'm mostly my main drive is to be outdoors. If I go one says hey pernell. You do you want to do this thing? My philosophy is it outside? Yeah. I wanted to be outdoors too. That's what I like. Because I can do being outdoors is great. It's also just because by virtue of concepts. Open air is what you want. Yeah. Yeah. Because of this situation that we're in. Yeah. Yes, we. Want, so I'm like. I can feel better. Well, we didn't really go anywhere like really populated until the very end where we were like, okay. Let's stop by rehoboth poured walk see how it is there, and that's a popular like it was like that's where I wouldn't go it was insane pulled up now I was like Oh. No. Out, we backed out. Good good say, why would you go? Well, we went to Iran or we went to a restaurant like two blocks away from like the main drag and that was like Super Nice like they cut the seating really far apart. They were super careful and I'm looking outside and I'm like how it's kind of Nice. Let's go for a walk and then suddenly it was just not it was people didn't care. Best that's why kids everywhere that's why you couldn't pay. There are people who actually live there regularly on forms I frequent complain about how they came have the town anymore now they're probably just like I can't wait until winter all these people go away take take. Away because it is it was terrifying. So that was like, okay, that's it. You know we can. Just you can drive. But I spent a lot of time in the water I spent a Lotta time playing games and that's all I do. we have some time. What's the first game was? What's the first thing to think that you played Well, it's. Going to the episode proper too but we reviewed. The topics. Do this for so. It's on the file. Oh, beautiful download and put. Number. Think about that. But like. It's Nice review into requests to yes it's funny because. I actually is never happens, but actually finished the game during the review. Sign. Right yes and no. So I finished the game. Before it even released on store shelves like it came out. Yes. I've been there. Came out yesterday and I've already beaten and I'm playing new game plus which is also shocked for people I would bit like I had such mixed feelings about it because like when you do game reviews. Thing when you've played it, you you don't do gave of game win it releases, and then you play you have a bit of a different opinion than folks or then reviewers had like you know. I'm not quite sure I'm on the same page that guy. Something completely different when Noah's reviewed it. Your review it and AS Roma's reviews are getting on the floor at the same time. You see like your the duck who was like you're the one who sat there you play through the entire thing which maybe probably listen reviewers didn't haven't played the entire thing and you're like, wow, everyone has a different take than I do. But in this case, the take was I. Felt like I was being really nit-picky. So beginning example because I wanNA make this whole about this whole show about the death in request show but So definitely request without what is going to be a spoiled because the second game. The game reveals a plot point that the world is made of Code Mike Our World is a programmed space and that it can be manipulated through coding Yeah So stop at. So the first game takes place. Imo. So in the world, they involve things about glitches and stuff. So when there's moments where the characters glitch out and they get these, we're which to billy's called glitch mood and it's like, okay this makes sense if bitch with Mukasa. First Game. It's like takes place on a computer game. Playing In the second one it's like Oh wait it's not computer game. It's real life. Yeah essentially. Yeah. Who? Takes place and know the world. Proper and so things are happening but. These events occurred during that are so far removed from what you'd expect the Games inhabitants to know and understand that it. It breaks focus. So the game was written by the guy who wrote the corpse party series for those who don't know corpse party by the title load is a horror themed franchise very they make very good use of sounds to convey disgust and horror. Like. The characters get power from the blood of other things. I'm not even sure what game that is you tell me how about a lot of weird games? That is true. I'm trying to piece together but like so this game is also a horror themed game. So the general premise that the main character is a girl who after a really unfortunate where she has to kind of. Well I don't WanNa go into that part, but ultimately she ended up in this town. At a remote town where she's at an all girls like you know orphanage. Wayward girls up there and she gets told early in the game like you don't go after midnight almost like a Maguire and. Of course, she does and when she goes outside the town looks really weird and creepy. There's like red vines like coming of the buildings is no one around she never once says, why are there red vines from coming out of the walls? What is happening with this tale? Nothing makes sense. She fights Mosser's the first night. From that I oh my God what is this thing? It's just she doesn't react to it any more and the stupidest element up to one. Exists in the game so Glitz gray act like it's normal. Like no one acknowledges that their world is pushing out the warnings. Now they are witching. These are your nitpicks I picked the heck is getting but then the biggest thing that shocked me was like big company, I love them the death they advertise it as a game. You play this without playing the first game just jump right in just joined the secret, and of course, I understand why they say they want that money. But I play through it and a lot of reviewers were saying in agreeing with them like, Oh yeah. He can jump right in and make sense like no it doesn't first of all. If you play the second game, the first game good good Ching makes no sense second of all they do bring characters in from the first game and the game does tie into the narrative of the first game too so by. Jumping into the second game, you lose a so much only. So. For me I'm almost thinking. You May as well just play the first game you get it for cheaper and if you like it that much, you'll just play the sequel anyway but. I was the only guy who made that comment of all the reviewers I came across I was one. Plays without plan the first one, it just doesn't make sense of it. He said he had a call with. An is yeah yesterday I had They did a press release conference. Oh, I thought it was like that was like a work related like government thing that would be hilarious. The national something's. Deportees software SNL they did. Call with the yeah. But like a press release conference call where they had everybody McCall, we were talking they announced the new releases coming up the stuff and you're like an episode five of its she and scratch. They get out without you in the wizards Kate but like it was actually pretty cool. Next episode Joe's probably going to ask me like talk about that co I'm going to be like you know it's got stuff. I was absolutely sober during that call I. was. I wouldn't have been if I didn't want to be I just chose to be. Oh. That's depressing. That's good. Though I'm glad that like. That that you have the that those reviews them and giving you direction. In in the directed towards a game. It sounds like you've really enjoyed if you've played it that much I play piano tire game and I'm playing new game plus and even with the nitpicks I, had four alternately I came away saying I enjoyed this experience and I ve clearly am playing it again to get the the. The backup details for the new ending 'cause once you beat the game game plus pretty much you play the game again, which is a dumb element because you get all your staff and kind of blow through stuff but they unlock story bits that weren't there the first time seeking kinda learn more about what's going on. Well, that's cool. So it gives you a reason to kind of go back through it again, like you're not it's going. To blow the story open but like it kind of gives you a little bit more detail but it helps at the game is short because it's on a five does something like that too only just put that bonus bosses but I'm not planning to personify the because long ahead. I'm not playing one hundred hours again for one boss s ridiculous for me like I know people that have done it more power than my friends at. Did it. I'm not do is also why play through royal yet because despite having cool new content at the end and even some dispersed throughout the main game as the game, it's just this is still mainly, the game is still one hundred plus hours. Most of which I've experienced before. So it's like. Yeah the game was great. Yeah. I probably would enjoy it if I played it again, but I have a plethora of brand new experiences that I had not touch it. So I have a hard time getting revved up for it again. So I guess that says something that people like you know choose where you're gonNA put your time. You know it'd be careful with that time. And remember and remember you only have so much time literally. Really. All, right. So our topic is terrible too weird character names and games. Okay. So That's really easy. Surprisingly is. Become who work the hardest on this thing. Yeah, maybe like that, and also I think we can just laugh. We can just like, oh. Yeah. You're right. That is a dumb name some I have some that are pretty obvious. I won't say I cheated but I got a little weird because what actually happened for me was like the idea for this as a general question is I posted it to a bleep posting group and I already lamed a bunch of these the ones that came to mind for me and they're pretty much chose for this episode except for one which I learned about because of that bread, it was so bad that I was like we bring this up on the show we got to be a topic. There's one that Dave is terrible one I couldn't find any I. Don't think is music for, but it was the dumbest name. Was Mario. Punch out and they re is Don Fomenko was originally named. Pizza. Pasta you're joking not shirk Oh Jeez. Yeah. That's pretty bad and so that's that's what we're working with. This is an odd episode. So I start the do you WanNa do you WANNA lead off with like with with the name is going to be them play the music and play the music, and then we have to guess the name I'll play the music for the game bring up the name. Okay. So meeting off and we were just talking about earlier this is a fitting first choice. So this comes from the game death and request to and the title. Thanks to a loose translation from friend and patron member Brian picked his actually called Ren the flesh in Sunday the bones. By sukey Aura Yuki. Welcome back you're listening to ren the flesh and sunder the bone. You that is a loose translation friend who did it is pretty good at this. I'm sure it's fairly accurate from the game death and request to Caputo's Suji or Yuki. So. This game as it was building up in me settling into the game itself as opposed to complaining about the stuff I mentioned earlier in the episode this was probably the main driving force to keep me going because this battle theme is lit this like it's it's super fast I. Really like the Violin by towards the end section of the loop that resolves That's really cool at one thousand put her on Halloween. Figure issues like the boat, the final boss theme been Halloween time but So we're GONNA hear a lot of debt then requests to music. He just might because ask the entire Os t is very, very good boy as for the theme of the episode why picked this track? Well, the main character whose name as he just cut randomly clicked in my head. To her name is Mike Toyama. My Toy. So her dave is my Toyota and she when she gets to the all girls school, she makes her first and best friend name rotten doll heart. And that's not a nickname, her nickname is roddy. Real name is this Rut Dr. my mother's name is be drip dollar. So somebody out there thought it'd be a great idea to name a character rotten tomatoes. A pretty much a strange. Fun Translation. I, think her name is literally rotten and it drives me crazy because for the majority of the game. Is this a spoiler, but for the majority of. This name has to mean something she has to be like actually tainted me or like a monster in disguise or it's Really, bad name. I can't cute. Kids making fun of name at no point, the game no one goes Roddy Roddy stinking taty. Smelling rotten fruit though it does any of it is literally just. As A, we're all cool with it. Yeah were everyone. Cool with that is that we're GONNA go with that. Everyone's like this tackling like it's normal rate care for the first time Mondays right and she's like, okay. You Babes what? was happening in the game at everyone's to sort of like ignoring right but nobody knew that happens the gave most of the people in these early on don't know it. So she literally just main ragged and everyone's cool. What the game he leaves. It's fun in the narrative is awesome to RPG's are going to have some silly names for the most for the most like generally speaking. Fighting Games are also GONNA have some terrible names. So surprised, I'M GONNA play streetfighter track. I'm telling you we're GONNA Mitchell, come up with. A great. Great great issue to. Know this one is street fighter ex cade. Skull Ameinias Sculler Mingo. All these new characters and like these returning review and Charlie and. Akira and then Scuola mania because it's he's a dude in a skintight score Nathan like if I'm not mistaken, he wasn't even like a TV show character in the universe he wasn't like an Acrobat. He was literally just a guy in a suit guy in school suit that's what he is and very weird. But I, guess they brought them back through all three versions of this game. A SCUOLA mania. So. This is this. This is the theme of Skull. Called ME I. Got To be able to see this they meet up somewhere here an amusement. Amusement of crime crime. Oh and maybe a criminal Anita's use that as as cost. Yeah. Like a clown I'm GONNA, look it up and maybe find some fan fiction and we'll read it when we come back but leave the fact that this is. For me maybe now. If you're lucky even out soundtrack was composed by Takayuki iheart Shinji. And I Echo Sasso new credit specifically to which composer on this song now. So here's the theme Scuola Mania. You're listening to the theme, of Skull, the Mania Amusement of crime from the Game Street fighter e expert Arcade composed by Takayuki harsh century, and so I and I al Saso. The track is actually fairly fun and festive kind get the amusement of. Yeah. It's. It's weird right It's it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting song. You do like it for like a all the crazy pitch bends in the beginning like right here where it's like music. I like that like to me like that's best. That's almost classic Capcom sound like Arcadia sounding but then he gets in this weird like amusement park light isn't this. Thing? Yeah. Makes you feel the flow baby area? Who Is Skull Menia? Let's see. We, don't know. There's a Guy Moscow off. Okay. Here he is. Straight from a wikipedia page to your ears. podcast said do that but I just I find this. So Weird. Cola Media he was once an average salesman nick called Subaru Nishigaki Nishiyama his superiors were not pleased with this result is a salesman down on his luck constantly under pressure for results he was forced to act in a hero show at the department store which employment growth. Right here we go. Say Why has the story during the performance? He felt an indescribable passion to awaken within him and decided to become a vigilant and crimefighter swearing to protect the world from evil as a result he began to compete against top martial artists by them on even plainfield i. kind of Chuckle Never Guard because he just picture the idea of a guy who You know before this all happened he wasn't actually physically fit like that. He wasn't practicing marcy literally was a salesman just a guy just the guy, and then like it's almost like one punch man syndrome here what he's like I'm going to become a fighter a vigilante after war in which. At one point yesterday two years but still. This guy just overnight becomes a crimefighter and he's like people who trained in the martial arts, their entire lives. Nothing. Nothing like. meaning. He gets jumped super super high in the air. It's the scarf. A scarf it's the scar What I saw him I thought it was like the developers were like, okay. We gotta make a normal character model a he lets. Let's improve on that and they just let it in again on me, but there is scuola media. Song very cool. Arcade sound. I honestly always felt like street fighter ex plus Alpha had T-. Fairly unique of every capcom. They might did it really did it's good to I really enjoy it. But maybe I want Russians say every category every Capcom streetfighter. Well also the the X. Games had different sound to a lot of it is is the big composers are completely From. Different companies develop the game grab hand in. Isn't anyone did the new game fighting the x layer which is kind of like a successor to I didn't think I was going to be into of this thing when I first saw it when I was younger. On because it was three D.. Flutie I got really into it and it's own. That's why yeah. For and she was great the the the Super Moves Kinda chain together. If you like if you've built up your meter long enough, you can go at one of the next the next one. Is Cool it's good to game. But skull mania, I mean not a great name but a cool game. was affordable. The other teenage Hyun have come up with our cause also as I like topics like this because they make you all I try to I hope that they make you kind of like dig a little deeper where some of the other names out there. I can dig up. Bang, some of mine are a little on this, but you'll find out. This. Person's name is. Your character named here. All I should have chosen that one from Wrestlemainia for the. We're just you. Just why Oh you it's actually in Japan that was translated from you. God. Fabulous terrible and I'm proud of it. Survived next track comes from game that is no stranger to me in this podcast. But of course, again, when I originally came up this topic, I already had names from gains I had been playing. So of course. This track comes from the game you know trails of cold steel to legend Heroes and title is severe blow and is composed by hiatus Onoda in a hero suge. Welcome. Back you're listening to severe blow from the game legend of heroes trails of cold steel to compose by hiatus Onoda and Takahiro only suge. So we're at proposed this topic people where I was like. Bad character names you've heard of some of them as people were given were just lazy like were pretty much naming them because they just hate the characters like someone was like Klaus Strike, which don't get me wrong. Cloud strife isn't a great name. On the Nose Oh God, he's suffering seen so much strife in his life move but clouds strike whatever. Or Hero. H. I. R. O. Heroes The show us. Is Been Done. Hero is a thing you know on the beautiful Joe. Hey. Track. Joe's awesome speaker but them thought no why? People thought it because they had to agree with me 'cause I brought up immediately never thought. Of the name Mick Byrne a guy named Byrne Mick Byrne Bird now, his name Mick Byrne Yeah but he is one of the most powerful and both in strength and in the In the game's main villain organization. Can you imagine like cover up to those guys like far just take out the blast enforcer. We can move forward to take up the you know the ringleader and he shows up the arms crossed like welcome I am bird. Like what are you just like picked like McDonald's m. in the background catching ablaze late. Mr Burns and like McDonalds row. McDonnell makeup. You're right. It's not it's not the intimidating the image of. It's terrible. He has actual intimidating nicknames. Okay. It's called the Almighty conflagration. That's pretty good and the blazing demon. Of Fire, yeah he's a very fiery guy. Burn it's. Fact that. If anything, I would never wear you in Commun- pearn because it's just pathetic me it's it's someone got his always. Come across these names it's not even justice. The character has the name I. Remember We've had Mick Byrne. So it's just like it's like share. Madonna just one name. Yes it is not even a good one is. If like when you think about it is not always necessarily just the character in the universe has to live with the main this also the fact that against someone in a studio whether translator or in Japan. Officially sat down and said, you know we have this guy was his ability well, he has a sword allows him to manipulate and control flames. Okay. That's pretty stress. Pretty Awesome or should we name? We got we got all causing got like, Saito you've got ricky coon just once a weird nasal making up that are just like general this guy goes. Burn. Yeah Ferdie, you know what? I'm not released like four months maybe we can top that for the game comes McDonald's got a serious case of Bassett reflexive called this Guy Mick burn some of the We just got the MIC burns. You got burned. You Got Mc? Burn he got McBurney name is horrendous. And it's funny I'll tell this on the show proper too because like we were joking about it I think and you made a com, which is legit, which is that on that Nippon et called I talked about earlier in the show one of the things they previewed force on there was trails a coal steel forwards comes only two months and they show like a demo area like The players running to gain some of the new battle with Canada And everybody else McCall was like Oh man what does this game coming out? I can't wait when you release view codes apply and I'm the one guy McCall like. Take as long as you want, don't release the review lose because every time a review trails coal steel game I have to spoil the previous one for myself because I'm never caught up, you're trying to get these games are huge. So it's like I. Know I'm in there what I'm in there for Amir to review the new mechanics and things change because you can't spoil the story because it's a continuous plot but. I'm exploring it for myself. So it's like what this sucks, but it's also free though it doesn't councilmens becomes still buying this game those a one Michelle. So a game notorious. Tory for having bad names city names mean not fat but just silly really silly names the mega man x series. Oh is this going to be from fi EXPI- I called it. Mean See. Definite whales stuff make wail it. Good cause not only is it a really silly name? It's good song I really like this. This is composed by now toe Tanaka naive coming you sucker and tell you Juara for the Sony, playstation Ladies and gentlemen. Put Your Hands Together. For Duff Mick Wayland. Back. You're listening to music from the game mega man x five. The theme of Duff Mick Whelan. which was then during the I think was released as the this the ex, the series before we get. We, get into that before we get got acknowledged that. This wasn't his original name. So in Japan but for people who've played mega man x the franchise, all the Mavericks Original Mega. Man Games, they were always liking no object main or a property mainly. Fireman or? You know rental real estate signposts, Main Yang, macho man, you're macho man. Mega man x games. The mavericks were all named after animals. Like a characteristic adjective, an animal. So like I don't know like Storm Eagle, which is an active, is just another word to describe him but you get the point launch octopus which. So. But for some reason, with mega man x five key people who did the translation for the game thought, it'd be quite corking to change all the characters names and make them represents to guns and roses song. So slash was grizzly slash. and His name was really crescent originally. I agree the Duff Make Waylon was originally titled Whale. And corrected this in the legacy edition, make everybody some all the systems but you know what? It's still tough make way on it will always be. ALWAYS BE MR DUFF Mr Duff Duff? Well. I Love I. Love That Care I. Just think it's a silly looking robot too because like it's like the head is the shape of a whale with like arms kind of sticking out of it. Kind of reminds me of twin. Be You know where it's like a plane with arm sticking out of one thing I find it especially interesting about this two things about this track in particular jerk, which is that this track is. Probably, one of the time I can think of like gaming gaming, but I guess kind of is where they chose a stage completely unrelated to the another stage but use that stage's theme as a Remix Forum for this one. So this track is a remix of the bubble crafty for Meghan Annex to okay. Okay and then the other thing that sounds familiar but in my mind I was like, Nah sounds like something for Castle Mania? A little bit of caffeine you man, yeah I'm thinking of from from Castellini Four. And I'll think the winter but the thing about this game which I think is interesting in that regard like if you play it now it won't have the same effect. But. I bought the when it came out on store shelves. Fresh releases them just your holy crap mega next five is I'm going to buy you go home you put it in you choose your first boss and it says the skydiver. And you're sitting there going what the heck is the skydiver what's his actual day like? From the moment, you would pick a boss and see whatever these fake names are were coming up. Something's wrong with my game. These aren't there real Dave's duff. Dick wailers. GonNa go on the Internet particularly look up real names. It was just this is the game. You got some reason to change her name I hadn't played a mega man game since I was real little and when I discovered the x series are still doing this because I didn't have superman superintendents. The X.. Games. The X.. Games So when I saw expire on the playstation I was like I'm going to try this out and I just got my butt handed to me over and over again, this is not an easy game though they are not. Okay what anyone says I'm yeah except for you. Here so eating. Actually, route now. To be very frenetic and they are, they are especially the expertise later x serious games there for fast and I will say. I had people hit me with that treatment myself where I'm like no x six stupidly hard and people with knows not really easy I'm like, Whoa. I just am really bad that because Alec Knowledge, the next six is ridiculously hard. I'm just not putting in the work guess exactly this not he added the system we have to save hostages from these things are just floating around the screen and if they get them, they kill the hostage. And that's their dead for the whole game. So you're gone from God forever. So you see them for the first time like. He did. Start over you. Know one of my favorite games ever it was the world series of. Eve's exodus in that game like it's almost like a puzzle game were trying to rescue the other little people in the in the in there that are trapped in this world are the be. Even gave their species name. Another they all have names like the the the the they create huge world. Individuals I mean I'm thinking species, the species I think I'm pretty sure they did by just. Now I was really into it but what I liked about it was so much of it's trial and error like you can't save everybody. And so you just expect casualties like out the game that kills me I. Think I wonder if that's all token of just I don't want to say modern game because I just made this comment about a game that came out in the late nineties but the fact that. I feel like I have to save every book like I can't just play a game and be okay with the fact that there will be losses there will be casualties. Yeah. There will be Elvis that you Jodi Nell die your great will suffer for at zero magnetic reference spending like this game it's like okay. Okay. Ten people I gotTa get through okay I'll hit this switch and all four of them through the next two SPLAT like spikes come in three of them like Okay K next time I. Won't do that. Because, there's no way around it. Him A neighbors, right? That's right. Yeah. My Neighbor's house notorious for that and that made me furious to no, it'd be a level where the guy just did. They just turn into where they don't get killed by them. They turn into the where wolves and that causes them dying. You know like I have a chance. Ridiculous one of the one of my favorite original Midway Arcade Games robotron Twenty twenty eighty four, whatever it's called robotron. you're supposed to see the humans, the bonus points for them, but if they get hit by a robot, the into super awful robots and they fly around the screen. So basically a big, it's not that you lose a character you'll just lose points. You gain a horrible adversary -absolutely and the the roundly the enemies are gone so he can leave people on the stage. So you WanNa leave the enemies for as long as possible the shape to save the people mom knits I love again that that's that's Geometry Wars I just actually I just loaded like a freeze pop song. They still like that were called. ICS Call Ruble. Oh Yeah Ansley. She Goes Road Phone Chronicle two thousand. Such a long time member that game and the whole songs about. Describing her experiences with Robotron Lear I. Think. One of the. Perfect game, you play with two joysticks at super. Bowl. Barking Button in. It's. Not, easy. No. my used to I was obsessed with in high school. I got to round thirty, and then like I never got better than that, does it have an ending I don't know but I've never been able to like recently. Passed around eight. To look up later to them. Curious ice this planet all time. Did you never play me insisting for invaded? Yeah. Yeah. It was the same as the playstation one I had that evidence sixty four. Okay. I think it was a weird angle is a kind of three D J were bic and blocked. The music was awesome music as crazy place some Michelle before. While surprise me you have picked it for sure I'm sure. Okay. So what's on your final one and it's kind of funny with the last track you picked team duff make wailing because the character named I picked this game. Acquired name due to similar reasoning being translation of its batteries nation or tenth totally intentional translation. Totally. Okay This game is called at. The alchemist of Arlen and the track titles call Full Boko as composed by Ken Nakagawa. When you say these names I type them down, so I can look them up and all that. You just had a bunch of words. Subject. Gibberish to me we're. GonNa Spell that later. Welcome back. You're listening to full Boko. Rob Says Boko that's battle of words from the game at Telia. Rona the alchemist of Arlene composed by Ken. Nakagawa. funky jam I love this, I'm loving keyboard. This is a fine example unfortunately games own 'cause I owned like every game so far behind in trying to experience them all. I'm pretty positive. I never will and I accept that but. I might have to at least play this one because. Every pick I've used for this episode was. Made that I found myself theft games I've played. This is the exception I had no choice. I could not avoid using this character's name is this show? Is the name Baako? No, I wish. So, this game's character that I'm afraid to name a s td. That is her name. In Japan, it was originally St Erhard or are hard. For some reason the Western travelers thought it'd be quite hilarious name std the just the acronym. Y D-. Oh. So it's pronounced SD. Great. Her name is actually Esti Who is Well she is a character who in the first gay keep in mind. This is also by learn agreed only because I need to play these games now but I've played at tailored, he's but not parlayed trilogy. She is a character who works in the adventurer's guild in the first game. Verona. So she basically like a caricature talk to she gives you quest embark on. She's there. She's there during requesting redistribution thing and after that she feels as though she cast she can't find husband and she's having more difficulty doing. So by working in the guild so she leaves working in the adventurer's guild to go on her own little journey of exploration. The second game she referenced, but she's not around and the third gay she becomes a bodyguard for some reason. Oh no another character. I gotta respect someone out there and changing careers like that. Oh. FDD's a career career. I. Like and I'm alright. Not so much with that name though because somebody at that companies to kicked in the but. It's a it's one thing if it was like you know official translation I, guess for cotta stuck with this. Great we took this this character. It just gave her a named as made for mocking. Yeah just like it's. Not even like safari in the background. You meet this character multiple times. Yeah. Multiple. Games like the person mid this name and the thread I was like what this threat down top in this and I stand by that belief because after many many replies, no one topped Esti. That's pretty good I. Can i Mike IT There I'm getting there. There's. Not a chain. So there is a SEGA genesis game. Okay with a superhero. And it is called Burgerman. Pick, and. Flick adventure. Boogeyman. He's he's a booger man. In that's what he is. He's a disgusting at the game is disgusting and Gross. I love how he has a sock with a hole on it. All of the stages are gross all toilet humor. Coops. Even when this game came out I was like I. Think I'm too old for this. But the soundtrack is composed by Matt Furnace. Really you know it's going to be some of the tracks are so good especially, and here's why. So he brought the funk I'm bringing genesis. This is from the stage called flatulent swamps. There's some there's some good FM since part sound happening in the background from the game booger man a pick inflict adventure for the sake of Genesis and the Sega Drive Oh mercy. report. Spend. Rebecca, you are listening to the flatulent swamps from Futterman, a pick and flick adventure for the Sega. Genesis composed by none other than Matt Furnace get them. I was saying earlier. Now, this has is in Books Party vibe to me. So much the style of composer composition or anything but just. In the composition of the track. He uses sounds to invoke. The grossness I'm assuming is on display on the game screen proper. So. Like you said, it's called swamp. This. is called the flatulence walks. So they're trying to do like that that second. Part squishy sounds yet in the music. This these aren't sound effects like added like throughout the game level it's actually part of the soundtrack. Interesting just. Like you, this is a sound sounds using to. Give you a sense of. At some personality to the Environment And he decided to choose the sound effect for the track that's meant to overlay and give personality to the environment. So it's almost like he's taking steps stepping on like squishy Baz at. Maybe the ground parts when he walks on it and it is the flatulence. The everything in this game is named really silly. Professor Stink bomb. and. He's trying to his lab is above the city Takeishi Dump Oh merce and they're trying to. Save the world from pollution by sending trash to dimension x criminal. Now. It gets worse. It gets worse from here. apparently, it was reviewed really well when it came out. It being a fun game to play although it was really just mainly just night to be gross out. The height. or at least not the height of for writing the code, the reading the wins, the flatulent winds of Ren and stimpy. came out in like almost came calmer winning can't became a ninety actually. This is Debbie. Reynolds to ninety two or something this came out like ninety six really. Far the Jesus over, it makes because it had the cut the bars that ahead that side panel, the Jesus didn't show towards the wife's but yeah, this definitely a I was thinking sixteen or seventeen and I was like I don't know about. Man I think teakamp attack lead no older men men. Now, there's a sequel. Booker met. Will I do not want to know what they're doing with the sequel but anyway, I mean, it's on the news, right? On the. Bam. I grew up with garbage pail kids. So for me grow things are just natural. I mean come on just like flatulence it's all. It's all very, very natural, very natural. Boorman Matt Furnace. I mean come on. That's Funky. I liked. You liked it Djing I think I liked the track but I also genuine like the flatulence including the track property. All right. Well, we'll give them a call and let them now but like you know that that was the right choice to make that's. Those beans perfect. I. Wonder if they were like, okay, we want you to work in all these cool games right and here's booger man and he's like, all right. Fine. My last one he's he's probably more like boogeyman finally a chest to flex my shop. These. My mind my my creative muscles. Get the juices flow. All right. I'm going to turn this track down in flatulence down and we're going to get into the part of the show. We call the bonus round. Rope. Boom. Now the bonus rats or we play covers and remixes and arrangements on our theme. And our theme silly name. So which she got for US personnel I cheated a bit because the name that I chose is in the series, but I couldn't find a remix recover from the game proper. PSI. Went back and went back a little bit. Okay. So I'm going to pick from this game and I'll bring up the name. So this is from the game star Ocean the second story The track title is called stabbed the sort of justice, the instrumental metal cover and is done by Daniel Tidwell. Such a good I. loved it. Yeah. How the original is it? I? mean. It sounds like how close is this melody did the original the perspective on the originals composed by me soccer robbers. Yeah Yeah. That's that's pretty close. So you heard no sense in this, but he's still a ridiculously good job with. What is this again stabbed the sort of justice instrumental metal cover from the game star. Ocean the second story composed by dangled tidwell. As I mentioned before original compose by motto a Motorcycle Rob, who is the WHO is, what's the name from says this has become one of my go-to names over the previous couple Jin's or a few years. The Name Asi comes from the Game Star Ocean four and the character is the main character who goes by the name of Edge Maverick and you WanNa talk about on the knows that was on the nose and man is being picked. This come on edge like edge maverick. He a starship captain. Mind you. So there is Linda. Self further to the maverick part is just so bad. was atrocious now. Genuinely you still want mock of a plot because they destroy an alternate timeline after giving. ALIEN TECHNOLOGY TO SCIENTISTS IN AREA ONE But. Before they go to have to save it anthromorph cat girl. It's gotTa do. As she becomes the best party member in the game. Her name is Miracle Man. With. So prayer. I got a bad name for you. So. Bad Guy. That's a pretty happy guilty. That's not a good crappy the so bad guy. He's the sole bag I in the fridge Oh sold back the registrar, the music itself. It's already pretty Rockin by Vice Vk Tari Amazing. Even tons of arranged tracks, arranged versions of these original songs by DICE Acacia Atari that are incredible So I'm years later guilty gear. X Axis released. And, four, the song keep yourself alive which is the theme of soul. Bad Guy just despondent say he's the only guy in the game. The Soul Bagai so He a rangers from Japan, go to WHO? LA, who record arranged versions of the music with famous vocal artists in America and so these this is a vocal version of keep yourself alive composed by Jessica Issue Atari but arranged by Kenya Sawicki Cuccia Yama and with vocals by Matthews Zine. Math Furnace Fresno is a magazine I don't recognize is I'm not like a rock and roll guy, but I know it's not like crazy like. I saw shows eternity when I first saw vocal version I thought it was gonna be like like when the anime voice artists like do you like vocal versions of the songs? It's like some guys screaming Mike. Or like turn from Blue Dragon. Yes. Exactly. where it's like it sounds like someone is like drunk in a Karaoke bar. But this is pretty legit. I think I think you'll be into it. You know now my usual style it. Oman. I'll do it again. From Off. Good ride. Again. You. I don't. Want to. Get. Myself Welfare. Wow saugus about one man's quest to go to applebees despite the discourse. From his friends as a lot of him wanting to go there. Yeah and then the in the evening they had after having to eat applebee's Oh that wasn't in the morning after applebee's. That's what I had leftover, but just red lobster. Yourself alive to the theme of soul bad. Guy. From guilty gear X X. IN LA vocal edition composed by Kate you should retiree arranged by Kenya And Koichi Sama with vocals by Matt say. Don't. GonNa borrow little. Bro. A couple of couple of little little edits had to make here. So. Hopefully. That was okay. But yeah, that's super I mean it's Like I don't give a darn. Go, back, down. Which I? Maybe it's an intentional I want an interesting choice they would make So yeah. Definitely Hamming it up I mean definitely putting their all into the strack. Put Tons of all into it. That's Good vocals it's just it's just like. Sills I'm honeybaked Ham. It's. Well, for more information on the honeybaked ham portion of our show. To rhythm and Pixels, dot. com. Links to sound clouds bank camps in everywhere we can download this music and by the music and support these artists but I don't care. Yes you do. Thanks for joining us on Rhythm pixels twenty, four, dash five or look at silly character names. Have to end with some final fantasy music because there's a lot of silly onnell fantasy names pretty much in this case I think what was the name for this one rob squall lionheart? This is the Balance Garden arranged version from the city Al. Fassi, which I think is like a fighting game like an arena fighting type game. Yeah. I never played later ones. So the original was I play on ESPN when like yeah arena fighter to grind on rails They were cool ideas for gays like you get level up the characters skills for them. Quit and areas and wall Weinhardt is kind. kind of silly at Renault. l'artillerie heartily Liliya. Am I go to fancy was originally going to be but but Which I I'm trying to remember for the life I can't recall if. It was translated in America to buts or vice versa by want to say Japan, it was originally, but they get translated parts of injury. But you can't well, but you can't beat butts and I'm good for that. So down and you know what they're. They're cowards for not leaving butts in their game. That's right more butts in your games. Not less more more put your whole blood and. Also. One thing I wanted to randomly mentioned 'cause it's funny how came up in a rhythm and pixels check apparently we were on a chat talking about beers a few weeks ago and I think. Skinny Matt had a beard. He was drinking I made a kind of us. Really cool sound and beer and he pm. Mail. Won T if you want give let me know where to send it. What now the thing is like I probably wouldn't have been like, oh. Yeah. Here's my address because I'm you bizarre but no, you are normal person who won't just give your address online touche, which is good. But like I would have responded to suitor. But I didn't notice it literally until I got on that conference call yesterday like wait a minute have a PM in here because I. Check this core but the PM's don't stand out for some reason I always miss them at blended with the channels I'm not a big discord, beezer. I'm terrible with I'm trying to get better at it though but yeah, I've never been the best like even now getting coached in the usage of Instagram, which might every time I'm like what's the point of Instagram? It's just it's just pictures it's like the Tumbler of facebook I want people to talk about the pictures. But every time I go to see there's a photo like a bunch of like quick blurb as this person saw. Oo Look I saw Fisher Anyway. I'm older as. INSTAGRAM. So he slid into your PM's your Tylenol PM's, and then I didn't notice but just let me know I appreciate the offer very much. We should probably get like a Po box. Maybe yeah I mean. You somehow give an excuse but I'm just lazy. Anyway, thanks everybody for listening to the show. OUR NEXT EPISODE IS GOING TO BE A. livestream recording. and. So if if the never remember what the topic was yet so we did you nothing nothing came I remembered. I remembered was characters that we wanted that you wanted to see smash brothers. Yeah. I remember that was a topic that. Characters named Butts No. Actually. You can think of that many characters name butts go for. The one. 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I actually even have a friend of mine she was doing on she was doing this works to some extra money and I kicked US money over to get a mask made for rhythm and pixels Oh yeah. Is a pretty cool that Oh yeah. He's got the logo on the left hand side. So it's like I'm walking like rhythm. Talking. So it's like in front of your mouth. Exactly. It was her suggestion to which I'm glad she made the suggestion because it makes so much more sense to have on the side of the master in the front of it. Mask facemask. Fashion is becoming a real thing. I like that I'm glad. You're going to have to wear. You May as well have fun with your phone with it or make a statement with it or like match your outfit. Seen that a lot like women would address. Actually Mass Yeah Yeah like that. My mask will never match unless I'm wearing all black I'm still wearing like like like old surgical masks and stuff like. I keep a box of ten on hand just just say forget. For A walk and how's it crab I forgot my thing so i. Can only stay outside and away from people. Manning back to my car and grab it. Anyway thanks for listening to the show everybody Next week, we are going to be talking about smash brothers characters that are not in smash brothers, which is not many right Very few you be. Stupid. There's also so many that are this kind of forgivable Freddie Fosbury from five nights Freddie's. But also before I forget just in case other people have forgotten any point in the show don't forget submit your favorite attack submissions to the show. We got maybe two more weeks on that year. We're GONNA make a big. Posts campaign. But like images and stuff on instagram. People about that because I want to get that out there I wanna give away stuff. We're GONNA give away t shirts. Yes. Probably top three or four because there's time for there's time for tax. Yeah and then it's time now we're home. Get creative was just fun to talk about like few submission so far that I liked but you get a man yeah. Well, we'll discuss it on the next Patriot show after the next one. So Thanks everybody for. We'll talk to you next week. have. been. The man with I do and. I totally missed it. dropped. The Ball Mercy I'm dropping on dropping balls man. Dropping. Remember. Nickel. Top for now. But also in the. VERSI. It's hard. It's frigging hard. Just I'm just going to be like that guy who says. We're dealing with some stuff like now. Is World's Gone Kula bonds on a on a crispy cracker and. It may be easy to get down on things down on society in down all variety of things I am poster boy for that at times. But despite the down this you may feel. Also, know that you are also dealing with individuals whenever you interact with people in the streets whoever you interact with people align. Don't let the plague that is the image has been built up of society. Negatively, impact your. Distract your distinct interactions with individuals whether online or in person you want to be. A version of person that frankly doesn't suck. Be a person that doesn't suck in the world that has had been having a lot of issues affording that constantly. Be a good person. Be The part that makes this place. Okay. Because Co my God it's crazy. Yeah. It's. It's so easy to be a good person. It's so easy to. Think about it actually is like I. Decide and remember dialogue. But like I have had dialogue with people and there's that moral concept where you say, you know I genuinely feel like. I think it's hilarious. Yeah I feel like. Without the actual influence of. As the natural human state it is easier to do bad things and be a bad person and I say that because. The core of being a bad person is literally looking out for number one without concern for the consequences of those around. But. By the same notion when you do develop attachment bonds and associations with other people and you have those relationships in those learned experiences, you develop things like empathy develop things like concern for others around you, and you also come to realize certain things like I don't know when you do something nice for somebody. You see them react to it. If feels good for you. Yeah. It's like a reward. Say I did this. Nice. I performed as nice gesture in the reward was seeing them enjoy the nice gesture is not selfish Israel near so If you feel like your hands are tied and you can't you can't help with the current problems that are happening right now. Do something nice for somebody else exactly go online and doom post all the horrible stuff because I already know it's out there is you can't really get away from it real. Yeah. It's fine I don't have to see it again. So just do your best be that good person because trust me it does feel really good to be good especially in a time where people could use it more. You're being that guy or Gal. It shows and people appreciate. So put your best foot forward. The movies zero.

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051019 Ace & TJ in 30

Ace and TJ

16:27 min | 1 year ago

051019 Ace & TJ in 30

"The. The market of Charlotte, North Carolina. This is the TJ and thirty podcast. Here's your hose. It's a Friday. You know, what we do on the show? We review the week for you. Well, I mean, we don't do it Riggins does. And that's coming up on the thirty podcast along with your dating dilemma and the best song from a movie, these are, really good. But let's get started with ace's. Current living situations. Theory. Yes. I mean, my girlfriend mad this morning because the interstate was shut down at five o'clock in the morning. She's on her way. She goes in works out before she goes to work way far away from where we live and. We're texting back and forth about the traffic. I'm upset about it. Because it's running me very late, and I left early and it's just a myth because the interstate is completely closed again at five o'clock in the morning shutdown. We're just sitting there five fifteen five twenty cost me like fifteen minutes. We're going back and forth. And then she finally calls me. This is not working out. I'm trying to leave early to get to work to get to work out. And all that. Yeah. I know she goes, well, how long is it going to be like this? I'm not in a good mood. My response was I don't know. I don't work for the state. I'll talk to you later. Click. No, I wrong. You could have been nicer. You're right. I don't. Yeah. A little snippy. Maybe. The holidays for me. Underachieve the she ever go back at you like William blank in. I have about it. And it makes me feel bad like. Like show just say something that makes me feel bad for being snippy like that which I can be from time to time. But yeah, the show respond with something like I was just trying to get some information. Thanks. I won't bother with it anymore. And then it makes me feel bad. Yeah. I can see you don't care. So I'll just leave you alone forever. Right. You say twenty two, oh, I can tell somebody's about to have another birthday. They're not happy. Hey. Ace is she still upset with Regan's because he said that y'all shouldn't have moved into gather said still harder feeling it hurt her feelings. Yes. Yeah. I wouldn't say she's still upset about it. She hasn't forgotten it. Yeah. That I don't think she will anytime soon forgive. But I don't forget who you think forgiven. Either don't know we're making fun of. Do you think she will she'll say them into him next time? They see each other probably not. I would. My call you right out. Homeo- police. And waiting for a little excitement. But in his defense. The only reason he said that you shouldn't have done that is because he thinks it's a bad idea. Yeah. That's fair. You took it the wrong way. I just meant. It was not a good idea. It's funny. I don't care you can be. I don't want to give back into its objectively funny. Oh situation. It's funny. It's just funny. Come on make jokes here was to be funny. You move in with somebody half your age. It's funny. Making a joke. You really didn't think that he shouldn't have done that. Right. And in all honesty, I knew they were moving into. I thought it would be funnier. Because everybody's like, oh, this is great. I'm like, it's funny. It's funny. It's funny and anybody who doesn't say it's funny is lying funny. Is it kind of? But never duplicated is the ACT J in thirty podcast. What's holding you back from dating right now being single is just really fun. Honestly. Have my options open and be able to go out have a good time without worrying about a guy. Oh, good. Who I'm with things. Like that. What you we hope? You'll be honest. Yeah. We ask. Well, it was nice. It was being single is very fun Riggins what your dating. Told me, but nothing I'm I'm fine. I'm great. Later life. He won't look at any of us. Then took I'm trying to get this posted on Facebook pages. Which isn't working. So what is holding you back from daily is it something yourself conscious about maybe you've got a crazy ex you won't leave you alone. And you gotta get that finish before you can start dating someone else. What what's what's the thing? Maybe Ewing out no money. Maybe you just can't you got a lot of off lot to offer appear Sohn, but you can't afford to take anybody out on a date. It's not if you're single that's fine. But like dating at all like you can't dating at all you want. You want to be dating? But I think if you don't have money to be taken them out and the the answer to that is prison dating. Get you in make Greg. There's a lady that dmt us that says she's taken a break because of bad luck. Because she's had a bad run of dates that I why she and her dating dilemma is maybe take a breather from it. It'll change her luck. Because she would the last date. She went over the guy. It was their second date. She went over to his place. I'm trying to convince a long story. He was on the second floor of a three story building. They were watching a movie she said, she thought it was kind of turned up loud. The upstairs neighbor was banging on the floor and trying to get him to cut it out of the guy financing. I'm going to go up there and take a gun seven his mouth, but he won't be on the floor anymore. A little bit of an overreaction. You're kind of freaking he jumped up and August, you agree with them and through a glass that he was drinking out of food against the wall. She just grabbed he's ran out the door. Like, okay, I'm out of here. Oh nice. She said this maybe a break take some time off from dating that'll break the bad luck streak of guys that she's met lately. Yeah. One woman on our Facebook page already said, my insecurities my crappy personality, so she. You know? Hold me. Back security my crappy. Thirty when we return to the TJ and thirty podcast Reagan's will review that week for you. And we wanna know the best song from a movie that's next. Thirty podcast. This is the ace and TJ in thirty podcast. As a TV on demand, pawn ace and TJ dot com. TJ app or IRA radio. Hey, it's TJ. And I wanna tell you about my recent stay at the Ballantyne. You know, the second you walk in, you know, you're in a fancy hotel is not only beautiful, but the staff goes out of their way to make sure you have the most luxurious experience of your life to go to the Ballantyne dot com and see all the great things you can enjoy everything from their spa to golf, they're beautiful pool. Fine restaurant and everything else a true luxury hotel provides so book, your stay now at the Ballantyne dot com. I really think you're gonna love it are you in the process of a divorce, and you finding yourself overwhelmed scared and confused with everything you need to know. That's completely normal. Our friend, Kristen at better divorce solutions is a certified divorce financial professional that can help you navigate through the financial confusion in this beyond difficult time better divorce believes. There's a win win settlement option for every divorce and can save you thousands of dollars in the process Email, Kristen at better divorce at ace TJ dot com to schedule your free strategy session. Never duplicate. And this is my song. It's called the week in review its week's worth of shows summarized for, you know, special effects and no auto to just me, and my good tar form for you. There's a brand new Royal baby they named him Archie, which is swell. I would have gone with Terry. Bo Bice weighed. But arches a good name is what? Today is national shrimp day. Here's a diet tip on the show of ours. Leave some shrimp on the window sill and then eat them after a couple of hours. Justin, Bieber edge here and have a new song out. Nice to hear that they're working together. Again, it's called how to be more relevant. Like we were in twenty two. Shoes. Summarized? No wanting to be in. Wendy's is bringing back their spicy chicken nuggets. And I don't know about you. But it would be more impressive. If they brought back. Dave Thomas because he died in two thousand two he's back. The winner of the Kentucky Derby got disqualified. It was the only option on the table. Apparently, the horse was snorting cocaine with some pony hose back in the staff. Outta here. Britney Spears parents are fighting over her treatment. It's more than a mutual dislike senior parents at each other's throats. TJ what was that like? It's a lease worthy shows summarize those special effects. Not everyone is celebrating their moms this weekend. Maybe she never tell you how to ride a bike. But having a bad relationship with your mom TJ. What is that life? Tiger Woods was awarded the presidential medal of freedom at one point his life was in the gutter. And now he's truly free from that woman who smashed his car with a putter the met gala went down on Monday night. And all of the celebrities were true to form if I wanted to watch a bunch of idiots. No, let me let me start. This is a good one skirted up. The met gala went down on Monday night. And all of the celebrities were true to form. If I wanted to watch a bunch of people dressed like idiots, go, watch ace and his band performed. Leaks or the shows civilized those special effects and no otter to just see. For for you. Hilary duff. Hilary Duff is defending her decision to stop breastfeeding her child once it turns six months old and let me say this explicitly. If you're criticizing Hillary Duff about breastfeeding, stay the hell away from me. I mean, really how much time do you have in your day? Been Hilary Duff and breastfeeding good Lord. The co founder of Facebook says people should delete their Facebook account, and they need to immediately disengage, but people on Facebook don't know how to send a text message. Let alone delete their Facebook page. Their own because they're old. Happy mother's day to my mom. I hope you're proud of the handsome son you made. And I'm sorry that time I smoked cigarettes and faked your signature in seventh grade. The rookie swore them shows where is no special effects and no auto tune just me and my child performing for you. Thank. What's the best song from a movie? That's the question. The best song move. I went with my Hort. What your heart? They didn't try to paint or anything with a song from a movie that I've seen a thousand times. And I've heard the song a million times. And I never hear it without getting joy from. You know, some songs you hear so much. You get tired of them and say, okay, I I love that. But I'm going to break from it. Never have I ever gotten tired of this. Touches me. In. Just once Quincy Jones and James Ingram. I did my best. But I guess my best wasn't. Bag. The movie the last American verse seems. Changes back strange. Stay ahead. All. Heartbreaks? Just once. Great song. Fairness what's yours as I went with my heart. Also because this movie, the my heart, and this movie means a lot to me as a as a young boy growing, man. It was the first r rated film I've ever seen in. Performer solid his daddy wrote Francis ill for the first time. And somehow, I don't know how. They kicked the work. He had combined his song and a song the band playing earlier in the day. Just the scene in the movie the way, they present the whole thing flawless. Windy. Lisa started. Right started writing, and he took his dad's music that he found in combined together. So that's how the band actually knew the psalm because the band had recorded, Wendy and Lisa's version. But just the presentation of the song in the movie is exceptional and both of his parents were excrement people. In real life. Prince's pairs terrible. They were coz. At least it left. No lasting impact on. No. He was grew up and became a normal functioning. Right. Yeah. Member society, a member of the radio family, Joe just deemed the songs are good sleepy man. Shut up. Joe joe? Cast is. Subscribe now to ACT Jay on demand now on I tunes.

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Duff McKagan - Tenderness, Jokes & GnR

Talk Is Jericho

1:16:40 hr | 1 year ago

Duff McKagan - Tenderness, Jokes & GnR

"Dog? Ricco. All right. Welcome and talk is Jericho. It's the pot of thunder and rock and roll, and it's Friday, and we're gonna have a defecate joke of the week, but it's going to be live. You're gonna have to wait for it is, it'll be later on in the show because Duff is here on talk jerick. Let's right. The long-awaited highly anticipated return of rock and Roll Hall of Famer dozen roses bass player. Duff mackay. And he's back to tell us a joke more. He's gonna talk about tenderness his new solo record, what the guns N roses reunion tour had to do with the making of it is going to give us a little history lesson these very well. Read, gentlemen, Duff visits. A lot of cool historical sites on his days off from tour. He sharing a few recent ventures. He's also talking about the guns and roses, not in this lifetime tour, given us insight into how things went on the road. Why the guys kept adding days for they're still playing and the magical question whether guns and roses might be planning on working on some new music soon. He says, he's having a blast with axl slash and the guys. You're gonna hear all about it. We're gonna get a rock on right here with Duff MacKay. Gin the tenderness jokes and GR right here on talk Jericho. Superstore, super sort of my apps. I can barely move actually really. Yes. I did pop a lot. Getting ready for the wedding apps is your daughter's wedding or who's wedding. No. That's just what to call. Smoke. And let me tell you this. It's not how you look in your wedding dress, is how you feel in your wedding dress, good advice, very positive for the upcoming brides listening to this show or dudes, who do this video, and because you did it because your daughter's doing the getting ready for the wedding. She's not married. She's the proverbial wedding. Yes. And I was in the gym gun. I can do that. Kick box. Apps. Can she's like all right? Dad wants you wants to do this with me ten minute apps with, with the girl Cassie ho is her name, Cassie ho, H O. Okay. Before you think anything else, Chris Jericho? Just to name. Get your mind into the gutter Suming that she's maybe Asian. She is. That would be a oh, I believe that would be single syllable. That would be a Chinese name. This is a real that's a real well, 'cause multi sellable Japanese, and then the hyphenated, that's Vietnamese, oh, said in. No that right. Or or, or like win and g you. W N G and right now. Amis station. Yeah. Okay. So she H O Chinese. Okay. So she's Chinese maybe doing a ten minute workout apps. So I thought, I'll get to this disaster workout, you know, just skirl like you know, getting ready for the workday. I'm so sore. A combat move getting out of bed this morning was was a whole thing. Well, what kind of apps are you doing? Would have you doing, you know sit ups. Yeah. You sit ups and things reaching your toes and doing this other stuff. And then she quickly. The other thing. And then you on your you're doing side things oblique you up on your heels, and she's, and she's talking through this whole thing, telling stories about her getting ready for her wedding, and Macau. You even talking. So, yeah, blew my lesson. But you we talk about this every time you're always very fit and cognizant of your workouts, part of your daily routine. Now I like doing new things to shock it up. Yes. And I know you, we Chris Jericho showed up my house. He's kinda swale right now. And it's like, by the way, it's like before nine AM with the two worst Rockstars ever. You text me, like six forty and said, if you're up hanging out, I'm like, okay, I'm up. Well, this is part of our work, isn't it true? We get up early if I fly to London so to combat the seventy two hours of straight work. I gotta do wanna get there you get up early. You try to get an London time. So last couple of days, I got earlier in earlier flight is later today. I switched him flights around. So hopefully by like six PM Pacific coast time on the plane a Bill to go to sleep. In a wake-up prepare for that. When you go over to another. Yeah. I'll pre prepare his this hard to, to deal with jet lag. I just take it as it comes. I never put any preparation in anything maybe I should try that. I, I got a whole system. So you try and wake up earlier. So that you're acclimated to go to bed earlier, which will help you today. I woke up a four, a m that's like, noon, right? It's like yeah. Eight hours ahead. Yeah. From LA. Yeah. If you really so, but you gradually got to do that, like three or four days before, and the if you can now use in that works, okay for you. It does at least psychologically, prepared just like anything else. If you're getting in the ring, if you've know you prepared, you get in the ring, a more confident, if I know I prepared to go to London to do this thing, I'm more competent in that I won't be jetlagged, nothing, a red bull or five won't care. Right. But on the other side of the coin you can't take like a Tylenol. Camera you don't because you don't take anything anymore. But I'll take melatonin all. Yeah. My new thing like Susan my wife. She drama me. She's kids, right long flights sickness pills. Basically rival, she gave me one plight back from New York. Let's just take one of these, you need sleep like this won't put mini sleep. It's drama. I was out so that's maybe new thing. Right. Non addictive. You could do do that natural natural whatever it natural issue. You mentioned you're going to London to do press for your soul album. Yeah. Tenderness is the name. Right. And we've been talking about this for few months because you've been very gracious to call an joke of the week for the last two years. Yes. And I started hearing about the solo record and about how you had written this record based on your experiences on the guns roses to her direct in a way, and I'll get you the liner notes at some points that I wrote, I basically wrote, I was going to write a book this, this album was going to be a book. The original idea was not so much the inner workings of the guns roses camp at all we're keeping. I mean that's I love that. We've done no press. And with the interview did was the last time you're on talk. Jared. Oh, you are the only interview that was done right. During that tour as because it's you, you know, bro. Did you have to ask permission for that or? Oh, you guys are pretty much understanding that we're not doing press, but you don't actually have to have grown grown dukes. We kind of made this pact. But then it's it's you. And we're, we're up in Calgary are would have pay. We'll talk more appetite rather than the reunion or anything like, right? Yeah. Right. And anyhow, and I love that old mystique about a rock and roll band. And, and I think that's really missing in this day and age of wherever oh. Hold on. Sorry, guys. That's a blackberry ringtone, by the way, anybody just curious is very loud. It's very powerful, usually don't have my ringer on. Okay. See waiting for such urine on for the interview for the interview, exactly. But anyhow out there can rock and roll is we're talking about, which I think is so cool because you're right. Everybody's so open with their social media, etc. Right in this, and this band, you know, we were formed before the internet, and before, really, I think even cell phones, you know, in that, that sense of, and I've really turned off the internet. I've turned off the cable news. You know, I was getting so wrapped up into the January say, January two thousand fifteen like, like I probably everybody else, sits listening. I got it's like crack cocaine man like the cable news, and it was the, the debates were going on. And I was watching, like, John casick, because a friend of mine was his campaign manager. He said, watch this guy. He's Republican in America, running, and. And I was watching all these different things and I voted every vote for a nerd, you know, I've been putting eighteen little local things in Seattle. Everything me and my buddies that we've grown up together. We get on the phone to talk to each other about outsold referendums and whatnot. But January two thousand fifteen I really noticed myself in my wife noticed me watching all the different that going from cable channels kale town, new, it's quote unquote news. And I'm smart enough about this. Man. I read so much history, and I am aware like they're changing their formats getting these panels on, on the news and they're screaming over each other. But it is like crack when you're like oh and start following people on Twitter that you see on there and I got caught in up into it, and I knew this formula was just there hiking, the rates of their their ads and doing all this stuff. And I was falling for it all getting. Agitated getting on Twitter follow, you know, wake up in the morning, you know, turn on the news. Look at my Twitter. Then we started rehearsing for the tour I was still doing now. Now, I said, I meant December two thousand fifteen when I started this January two thousand sixteen we start rehearsing I'm still doing this watch. The news working out watching the news for sing ever man going to her. So we'd rehearse like seven hours after we got done. We talk about politics. This went on for three months of her. Hersal. We went out on tour. And my wife was said, you know, just turn off the TV mute people that you followed on the on the Twitter. Just go back to Seahawks stuff the follow and the Mariners stuff the follow. And I did that I made this really conscious effort at at stepping away. And so what my point to all of this is once I did that in about a week, the quality of my life became so much better. Because I read so much history. I love on the Browde going out and seeing that things. I read about okay? So I go to I went to. Yeah. Monticello right. We're playing DC and then the next gig is Atlanta and I got to Dow with me. You know, you know, to am I heard a guy? Yes. Got but he's also become a history buff along with me because I'm so interested in all the stuff. Let's go to where Thomas Jefferson, you know, lipped great off the beaten track. We're not playing anywhere in Virginia. Let's go here and nobody'll know notice me coming in there. You know, it's not like I'm going to museum right next to the gig. We're playing. And I you when you go replace like this and do the tours. You talk to people and Bob, blah. And and you know in New Orleans, I went and did the the the alligator guy on the air boat. You know. And who knew you know, you don't talk about politics. Anybody I noticed like alligators marshmallows who knew and we talk about. He was telling me he's done this for forty years that the Martius are drying up, where he's been for all this time and interesting things, and I went to the World War, One museum Kansas City on a trip between Denver Little Rock. Not very good routing, by the way, I went to little Bighorn in Montana. We didn't play Montana, but we've played Minneapolis and then Denver. So the drive in between. Let's go there and it is places. I biz it this when you're doing that on a guns and roses, toured you just give them bus that, okay got driver. We're taking a little detour today. Here we go. And I get everybody into this is going to kiss me, his goofy, little state park passports, get stance. But he this divide that I've been seeing on the news and like thinking it must be there, right? Because they're, it's all they're talking about this divide. I just didn't see Chris. I just didn't see it political divide the political divide. Yeah. This this real big Dubai. Yeah. Between the, the red and the blue. And no state was read or no state was blue too. I know Steve was just people. Yeah. And. So this divided I just realized it was a new selling point. It would keep you on the TV and keep you there long enough. So you'd watch the, the ads on the Kip news and wait for them to come back and talk more about the divide. And, and then we travelled outside of America, of course and just kept doing. I do all my nerdy, historical things travelling and I go to weird gyms. And I'll go to boxing gyms, and in Newcastle. Or some, you know, whatever. Manchester suspect rusty boxing gym and just get out and talk to people. And maybe. Maybe I talk too much to, you know. I'm one of those guys tell me more about this and in all of this kind of realize -ation that the world we have so much more in common way more in common with each other than than what separates us. And I know you know this familiar travels. Right. All the people you meet all you're like me. You do nerdy crap. And, and you have to I never wanted to be one of those guys just slept. The whole day away, don't see. I've seen enough castles in Scotland, but there's other things to go. I try to do something every day whether as walking to the markets or a walked around in a mall and Oslo when I was there, there's nothing else around, but at least I saw mall and all his low and little shops, and you know what? I mean you have a memory of it rather than just gig bust airport venue, whatever. Right, sometimes. That's all it is. Yeah. It's a mall. Yeah. Right. That's correct. But you're out doing stuff. So I started writing little beginnings of chapters of a book of, of. I read some really great books while I was out on the road. JD Vance's, hillbilly LG, if anybody's read that they'll know what I'm talking about. Sarah Cantu, horse view from the five or country. I also read the rise of Paul Third Reich, not apropos to anything, which is the book that was on my lesson agreed that. Yeah. And those books kind of fed fed me, some information about certain. Subjects and I and I thought, well, maybe I'll ride Britain to books, I wrote columns for five years. And maybe I'm a trusted voice in up to just write about my experience of the world right now, in, in arguably interesting time in our history and kind of try to highlight the fact that get while there is there are problems there, there is stuff going on. There is cable news. There is people trying to, you know, turn you one way or another that we were all way more alike in have so much more in common. And, and I think most of us think talking about politics face to face is rather base thing we don't do it, right. It's rather it's rather tacky. Sure. Right. Politics and religion, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm my mom. You know, like we learned, don't you don't talk about money, politics, religion. You know, it's kind of tacky. So I found that people are like that in started writing these sort of chapters in, in one day, that rare occasion, was in my hotel room traveled at Kusa ker. Tar always, and I was playing e record and I was reading this part in everybody's lying. I need some truth. Everybody's trying to push you abuse, and this was the beginning of chapter but it rhymed by chance and became the first song on my record call. It's not too late. Okay. So before we into the making of Duff's new solo album tenderness, let me say, thank you to Armand hammer's, new cloud, control cat, litter. 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Control cat, litter by arm and hammer. More power to you. The kagins do solo album is called tenderness. And that's also one of the songs on the record tenderness. The song really sums up the intent of the record the last song on the records called don't look behind you. And that's that sums up the whole record ends on a kind of positive note meeting don't dwell on the things in the past. We're going to move together forward in a positive way like we've always done. And, and because I do read so much history ever since I got sober for the last twenty five years, I think my wife says, I always blame everything. Wife, don't but nearly thousand history books in the last twenty five years. That's what you read. That's what I do kind of what I ju- new addiction. Well, it kind of is because all read about the battle of Gettysburg. Let's say so you read one book about it, but you need to get another angle of active. Right. Right. So then I'll read. Of, of a southern book about Gettysburg anelle real union book about it, then I'll read lease in a grants, take in, you know, a Chamberlain and all these different generals. And there's all these books and in there somewhere is the real story and you can't rely on just one source for your your news. I or your information I read the great book band of brothers about d day, then that's the easy company hundred first airborne made into a series of ministers. And but I also read a story, a book of journalist, who's a German, it was embedded with these kids who were at Normandy, in those pill, boxes there were, there were greenhorns, these kids, and this guy just suddenly was embedded with them, journalist, and suddenly, this are. Modest shows of and their that was their backwards journey all the way to Berlin. Just terrified him. So I guess my point to that is it really opens up my scope of history. And I really try to apply that things do repeat themselves too bad. They repeat themselves to too often, and we don't learn from history. But I think reading history is really valuable, you know, if you want to further your intellect about step, it really takes away, stuff, that's going on currently like if you agree or disagree with a current administration or not doesn't really matter. It's just politicians this, you know, it will change we'll be pissed off about something else in two years completely different. I guarantee you so from reading all the that does that help you lyrically help you with the record. Yes. Yeah. Yes, it did. I mean helps history helps me right? Reading, good, writers, healthy right, period. And yeah, I think I. Had a great perspective of traveling traveling world during this to nap years playing these gigs that, you know, when you come to our shows nobody asks for you vote for. Nobody cares. You know what I mean political show? Right. Well, in rock and roll, even though most rock and roll, you, there's political messages in there, ever since there is. But I don't want that, you know, at an AC DC shore guns, N roses show or an iron maiden show or Metallica show. I mean, if you go to YouTube or Springsteen, the stones, there's no politics, right? It's just rock and roll. I guess what I mean not not politics in your face like preaching this way, it is. And this way, we think, but Bracha role from its inception by definition is rebellion. Sure. So there's messages in there like it's us against the man, and that's that's good, rock and roll. Yes. I think I agree. And the man is in this. -sarily the politician. But the man is kind of I mean, I remember back to punk rock days, late seven seventy nine eighty the man, we knew then was like the lobbyists and the people who were ten steps ahead of us. And so we're down here arguing about some local political move, when it's so out of our control. So, you know, we're young like sixteen years old, the man the man, but we did know then it was really the politicians it wasn't the mayor the governor, the president was like the big hands above all of that moving everything. So that's, that's, that's rock and roll. We're all in that together, you know, we know like there's sort of, we're all in this together and, and it's demand, and that's rock and roll, right? Sure. That's politics to me. I guess. You're right. Yeah. It's got that, that the rebelliousness I think is what you're saying. Yeah. I was telling what you do. They'll, they'll do a song of Desmond Tutu or something, Bishop Tutu or something. That, that's a little bit more of the political side of rock and roll. I got to have tea with Bishop did in Cape Town. Really tonight. He is dating. He is. He has got something extra to man. We've got in that rooms recently Cup two years ago. Hong kong. Yeah. What and there's something special extract to that guy. And what a what a amazing man. I don't know what you two did. But I didn't aside just use that as an example. I don't think they have a song of Desmond Tutu. They should bomb if you're listening. And other thing what the new Seoul tenderness is the involvement from shooter Jennings. And we'll talk all about how shooter and his band got involved. But I, I wanna tell all of you rock and roll fans about another show you should be checking out, and that's good company hosted by Scott bowl enough that name sounds familiar. It's because, you know, him he's the guy who won the chance to interview me for talk Jericho. He did a great interview all about fuzzy. And all, but my music career aired on talk is Jericho about a year or so ago. Well, here's the good news, Scott's own interview show. Good company, Aaronson U2.. And he says some big time guests on. How about Brian Welsh from corn? Ed Clinton, Larry, from seven dust, Jose Mangum from Sirius XM, Eddie trunk and of course, rich ward from Fosse's been interviewed by Scott and the interviews that Scott does very indepth and allow all the guests go deep into their music creative process touring, what inspires them their favorite albums current stuff. It's a modern day behind the music. Remember that on vs one for all you old schoolers here. I know how much you guys de muse. And that's why you should check out good company with bowling just go to YouTube or Facebook or Instagram inserts good company. The show's gonna come up give it a listen. It's a great show. You'll learn something about the guests and you'll be entertained as well. Good company with bowling hosted by Scott, bowling go to YouTube, and put good company in the search bar are just go to the website, Scott good company dot com. I just watched his show with Matt pin vieled, legendary MTV J. That is a little different. They talked about the three favorite punk albums Matt pick the Ramones first album and explains. Why it's such an important album is life. It's a great story. I'm not gonna give it away. Go. Listen to what Matt Benfield has to say, good company with bowling and checkout rich ward on good coming the bowling, one of his highest rated shows, and rich and Jose, mango did their favorite albums of the nineties so much. Good stuff. Go to YouTube, and put good company in the search bar or watch the episode Scott's website, Scott good company dot com that Scott company dot com after you finish the talk Jericho, and hear about defecating here, go check out, Scott and good. Company, and some great rock and roll interviews from a great guy. And I think really, really dig it, I know I did go check it out now. Lot of involving Peter Jennings. Yeah, I saw your European tour poster, and you're actually touring with him. Right. Is in your band is doing his own thing. You're doing your own thing shooter, and his band is my band. Okay. And they so I had it. So I started putting these songs by that, right? All on Cousteau Qatar and. That's been the idea of this becoming a record very soft sort of record. It is, and a record I wanted to do a musical record like this for twenty years. And I thought the message would be clear if the music was quieter, and more, restrained, and kind of like if you go to see somebody talk at a book, talk or something. The Mike isn't quite loud enough, and you everybody straight into here, what he says. Yes, he or she and you really listen. Right. And so I kind of that was my intention with, with this record and shooter Jennings is a guy I met in two thousand one when he moved here to L move to Los Angeles from Nashville, and he was in the span called star gone. And, you know, that things Jericho you've been out there long enough out of every ten musicians, who are just kind of starting this one, one of those ten that, you know, is a true believer is gonna is gonna be a lifer. The other nine you're not too. Sure, right. And shooter. I recognize he was twenty one they opened for loaded for three shows star gone, and the rest of his band, while being great. I recognized shooters one of this, obviously Waylon Jennings, son. Right. Didn't know that. Okay. Gotcha. Yeah. I didn't always wailings kid. You know, he was guy shooter from Nashville, and we've remained friends since then he's had this wonderful career. And now he's produce. Cing records as well. He's writing record with Manson right now. He's kind of all over the place you wanna Grammy for brandy Carlisle's record. Wow. Just this ya. And he is a wonderful musical mind and getting together with him on these songs that first day, we got a room together. You'd not sure if that's going to work because you never done music with the guy before, and it worked that first day us doing it just it was just a perfect match, and we both recognize that and we just went in. He suggested we use his band. At least try it. He thought they could really do the material Justice understand it play with restraint, and they really did. And I was an amazing musical experience for me. And it's kind of the in between time we come off to I was kind of making the recording the songs between a couple of our leg. Okay. So now I'm trying to hook up some I've already done. I've hooked up songs this song cold outside about homelessness. I went to the union gospel mission in Seattle. They took me on a search and rescue. Think to this place called the jungle. This probably the gnarliest homeless camp in America in Seattle since allow. Yeah. See I was homeless. This thing is very visible very, very kind of large, but so we're hooking up things through union gospel mission fans get involved. I went up and met homeless people. Nobody asked me for wasn't about asking for dime or you know it was just about they want. You know, there was a there's a human connection there in that camp that I had with people, they didn't know who I was. I was just a guy that these guys from union gospel mission who used to live in the jungle, and they were strung out and whatnot. Got sober and now are kinda returning. So, so what, what is your what is your time with the record your donating the song to that? Or I'm trying to get fans involved. So you can you rack up points by doing things with union gospel mission. Really going up and, and going on search and rescue missions giving out socks and hopefully just meeting taking that fear that stigma away between a guy like me who walks a little faster got my keys in hand. I wanna make eye contact from taking people from that, like me too. I got a far greater understanding by going into the camp and talking to people. One guy was in industrial band. And he worked at Phoenix underground club in Seattle for seven years. He knew a guy I, I know the walking papers so the but he's been homeless for ten years now. He's said when you're that this long, the ten years really hit me. And when you're homeless for that long really, really hard to get back into, and I don't know how to and sometimes just bring some. Points. You get points. If you do the more stuff you do. And then if you get an up points. Kinda goofy. But I don't care. It's not you could win a base. What am I bases? So you have flown out to one of my shows so you have this on your website or is it? Yeah. L mode ever that, if you go do this homeless, excursion, and do this, this, and this and you can prove it, then you get a hundred points in one hundred points. Yeah. You get a defecating base. That's really Iraq. I never heard that before from an artist. Right. And it's true this organization called propeller. They propel different nonprofits, so we're doing suicide prevention because I was called feel that I wrote about Scott Weiland Chris Cornell Chester, and prince and it's drug addiction in and depression and suicide prevention. So there's another organization. If you go to my website, you'll see it all that's really cool. Yes. Trying to to do something good with this record in this time of this seeming divide and whatnot. The thing that's gonna heal us is the thing that always does is us helping each other and what one person of time we don't have to solve it. All right now, I don't have the solutions. You probably don't have solutions to solve homelessness, all over American candidate, and mental illness, and suicide prevention and drug addiction. But I think one person at a time and I'm gonna make my little effort here with this record and that's intent of the record and we're going to go out and toured songs the band is really great. And I think people will really enjoy this these songs with this band. And so it's all good. It's really interesting to me, because even when we first met when you were touring with loaded then you go do this massive stadium tour with guns and roses. And now you're going back to doing clubs with, with, with shooter, you just like to play, does it matter. Do you if it's a state of it's a club the pros and cons to both? I like to create music. That's I mean, I can't help myself you see, because Qatar city all around the house, right? Sipped in this room know most is on the TV room. Yeah. But usually there's the base sitting here. So I really like man. Since I was, you know, a young kid like writing I song at thirteen not knowing how to write a song. But what it was called. I broke called the fake. It's on a single veins, and I sang it before my voice even changed. But it was about this, this girl in middle school like junior high school. She's a fake man. For being so fake for saw ever. It was stick it. Stick it stick it. Yeah. Little dent. Dan, the Dan today. You know, the little roofs, that you right? When you're thirteen sure that's awesome. Man ever. Yeah. But, you know, I I can't not write songs. I mean I read a song probably every, you know, and I have my garage band just full of stuff. And I try to title it. Then I get I look at my garage band says, so much stuff and, and my cell phone as a bunch of just like riffs, and then I get back from a tour and I'll try to put those all maybe make demos downstairs here at the house, or whatever to try to kind of get a more fischel. But they always go some place, and in this was playing all these wonderful shows we play one hundred fifty nine gigs. We were, and we were writing, you know, riffs and stuff at sound check and whatnot. But like writing this record with, with intent of putting these, these words, I'd written to, to a melody and songs was just another outlet for me. It's super healthy. I don't drink. I don't do drugs. You know, I go to the gym, and I write songs, and I read history and, and then when I get out and play shows, you know, I let it all hang out never phoned in, and that's my life. You know, my my, my wife and my daughters are my life person foremost, and then the rest of the but it's just super aggressive. Speaking of aggressive, rock and roll. Here's the magic question. Of course deaf. Let's talk about the guns and roses, reunion tour which keeps getting dates added to it, and what it takes to perform those three and a half hour long shows that guns, does your great shape. It's still it's a marathon. But first, let me tell you what you can do to get on the road to health. You're living like deficit doing. 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Let's talk about some of the shows with cousin roses mention one hundred and fifty nine gigs. I saw them or three of them and long shows plan for three hours. It's like twenty five songs twenty-six songs. You've got songs like the member rain in paradise city and you know, rocket clean their over six minutes. Eight minutes, nine minutes coma comas ten I think three dean. Yeah. Is. Getting into gig shape to play three hour show. Did you guys knows going to be three hour show is one of those things where it kept getting longer and longer as you're playing Glen Campbell covers? Like yes, obviously having a great outing. Whatever should we play tonight? You know. Yeah. Gig shape physically. Yeah. Would you guys started distorted? You say these are going to be three hour shows, or was it just didn't morph into that, because you're having fun with it or. Yeah. I mean nothing was ever said. It's just I mean, number one, our catalog we played one show forum to end up one leg. We played four hours and nobody left, you know like. People leaving it would probably like, okay, well, let's wrap it up. But we were having so much fun and didn't seem like four hours to us, and I, I've heard from people that didn't see like four hours, but we have enough material, I guess, to do that kind of thing, especially Glen Campbell passed. And we were in Wake Forest, I think, playing the football stadium there and axel came men. I've really really sad by Clint come Campbell's lost his demise and hit watched that documentary. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And. Yes, we said, you know, like lime Fresno county list, let's try doing this song would you could we do this, you guys and listening to that song that banned, I think that was the LA wrecking crew recorded that, Dan. Man. Yeah, there's a lot going on. Right. Notice to listen to it. While. Wow. And we so we really challenge in doing that song is it's, it's a top little song to do, so hopefully, you know, bad more stuff like that. And by Abbott and subtract, you know, as we go along, but you guys are still going more shows announced. At least there's a few in the states, even now festivals here. Yeah. It's like you just keep adding shows. Yes. It's very man. I can't really explain. It's just very, it's very positive everything about the inner workings of that thing. And, and the best thing that come out of this whole thing was just the three of us talking again, I think we probably talked about that before. And from from that from communication, and real kind of appreciation for each other and work ethic of each other, you know, watching axel warm up for an hour and a half before show them playing three and a half hours. Then warming down for an hour and a half. I'm already eight and eat my dinner, and I'm in bed with a book warms down for an hour and a half. Yeah. That's unbelievable. I've always heard that he did. Big warm down. One down. Really? Yeah. He's he doesn't miss one because you've oh, cords your senior these two little things and the axles ranges. So high gritty. That's guys get older. Sometimes the quality goes down. But it never did with him. They need CDC either. I say this is just better than these ever been. It's become a master. And I think you know, he was he was born with natural talent. He developed a lot more than I think I ever knew when we were kids, he, he worked on it hard. But now to be to keep this thing up. He has to do this. Espy really go to the gym gig day. Get his room getting the shower starts his warm ups. You know, and come to the show, it's time to go play in the warm downs. And in watching slash just plays guitar all day long. And then plays guitar all night long. You know, and, and watching that work at I have a good workout, the too, but that, that keeps me on my toes. Like watching those two guys you have to keep up and just gained a whole new appreciation for those guys and everybody in that band for sure. Everybody it, it's hard working band. When we go to rehearse, we were her six days a week to get ready for this thing we did for three months, and that's seventy eight hours a day. Yeah. You know, it's real. You almost have to get hersal shape because he as you get to run around at least get some blood flow. Right. We're hersal search standing, there was that something I was thinking about this before, like when you guys first started with that band because you go, it was a five piece. Now, it's said. Seven or eight. It's almost like the stones now word stuff axl slash. And then you've got five or six other players of for the players for the players. Yeah. Because I always thought like, because people were always thinking why why isn't that? The original five in the Senate thing, but axel been playing with those guys for ten years. Some of them he's not gonna ditch all of his guys. Right. I didn't think that that was ever anything that would be possible was cool kind of melding the two bands together. It was it. Oh, yeah. I mean I really look at it that way. Frank, I played with drummer, Frank and Bridgford those because they're great players and their fellows. You know, like I don't know if you're out on the tour the when they're in the dead daisies kissed cruise we played with them. Richard was on it. Okay. I did they the monster uproar with loaded in and daisies on that. And, you know, I those are like like the guys in light loaded are like the guys near. The band. Just guys you like to hang out with layers good players. So that wasn't a, a big at didn't seem like a melding bands, Franks. Great drummer Richards ridiculous straightaway rhythm guitar player player, so okay, cool fine. Dizzy been there since through Zhen's. So that wasn't many thing, dizzy, dizzy, adding Melissa in, she's wonderful in so many different aspects. Her backup vocals, I sing a lot. And we heard I sync together. So that's a whole nother trip down. Discipline which is singing backups to to acts. Lot of fos said a lot of you saying, a lot doing note, I was watching on that tour a lot of backup vocals, and so her and I work on all that stuff. So she's kind of invaluable hymns that and then all the stuff she does God knows what she does over there multi. Instrumentalists say right. Yeah. Was there ever a thought of trying with the original five guys? Sure. But just there was some things almost just impossible, you know, to to get to work as not like we didn't try and, and with Stephen it was, it was great at least bring him out where he could play a couple of songs. This is a long set. Like you said, gig shape you gotta train like a pro athlete. Yeah. Not any different and you gotta trae like I'm fifty five. You know, a fifty five year old, I train like a I'm twenty eight twenty five so that takes a lot of takes you got to be that of the mindset, the fighters mindset. When I just saw kiss a couple times in the farewell tour. Yeah. I saw sneezing show still some old school guys. Bitching, for example. Peter, Chris is not in the band. Peter. Chris couldn't do that show. Right. It doesn't against him. It's just like you said, the gig shape is not the same. There's a two hour show a three hour show. You have to be playing the whole time, you know, you gotta practice a lot, you'll be ready to go. So I can see that if you'd like is you'd been off for years. I don't even know where he is. If he was ever considered it might be hard to come back and jump right into that. If even wanted to in the first place, you'd really have to like you said go to do the treadmill and do all the stuff in practice eight hours a day and had the mindset to, to really like we're going to do. This, right. And we're gonna do it, right. And we're going to do it for a while. And you know, going out leaving your home for twelve weeks at a time or whatever this is not the easiest thing in the world to do. Right. You and I've been touring. We know how to, to juggle family and like what you're flying back to Tampa tonight line to Liverpool for eight Friday flying back home, you know, how to juggle, you're in Los Angeles today, you know, how to juggle your kids and your and your wife and get juggled. That's not the but you got to schedule everything. So that your your. Yeah, you family still top of everything, but you gotta do these shows. So you got a it's a, it's a whole, like, like almost military campaign. You know, to get the whole thing together so that everybody's cool. And. If you're not prepared to do that. Then it's going to be very hard mentally, and physically up. So the goes roses tours still going. 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Did you did you guys always know that you mentioned that it was going to be a long term thing when the Guzman roses, reunion, quote, unquote was just to try it for a bit? Or Joey always say we want to do this for the long haul. I mean, nothing was really set in this exact terms. But once you start rehearsing for this thing, so, hey, Jericho listeners, a dog goes crazy. Anytime. Somebody comes to the house. Hold on. I do have a joke. It's a little off color for me. All right. Actually. A friend of mine, we could actually make this the live. We'll put on a Friday, so here it is the Duff MacKay gin joke of the week. Had Chris Jericho stuff located actually. Actually, I'm sitting right in front, you of friend of mine. He he went and had sex with a pretty large gal the other night. And he got up on top of her. He said, hey, would turn off the lights. She goes, what do you little shy? He goes, no. I just don't want to burn my ass. Little off color for me. Pretty large. This always my favorite defecate jokes when you explain kind of a little bit of a travelogue as to where you are. I also like it when you get flustered and have to start again, or you have to hang up and call back. Yes. Those are always good ones as well. But I can't for those listeners out there. I can't Chris Jericho will never pick up the phone when I called because he told me not to. Did you like trying to call a joke up the phone so I'll have to text him? I wanna talk on the phone. This is not a joke. Call me. But if I don't know that joke well enough yell start. The red lights on man, when I call you right voicemail. Red lights on better going nail this joke and people have been sending their own submissions, talk Jericho their own jokes the week. So it's become quite the we've got some. Doorbell prize was I think one of the recently. Just a couple of the roses. So you guys are still doing shows you mentioned that you've done the tenderness record slashes under the conspirators record something he started before it was there were certain agreements like a man, I, I promised like inside his case that already started working on a record, and there's something about being, you know, righteous to the people you played with, you know, so he we agreed that Kuhlman like do that. And go do your thing and we scheduled around it. He sculptured scheduled around. And it's all cool. It's all Copacetic and, and right on and doing this record. It was going to again it was going to be a book, but it's, it's not a rock and roll record. So it's not tenders is almost like an Elton John type feel early. Seventies Elton to it. I was really going for like seventies. You'll have really felt that. Yeah. Cool. And so it's not it's not about doing the lot. Rock and roll loud, rock and roll, which I was has born into. So, I think in me making this record is not a any way like a competition to guns. And for me to come off of this tour. A loaded record loud aggressive with these same topics, I think it would be another kind of screaming voice in this time, where we don't need any more of that. Especially about the topics not like I'm getting political, but they're, they're gentler topics for more serious topics. The elm is called tenderness just by the title alone. You know, so, like it's the question is, is there rifts that you have in the in the can for guns and roses as you thought about doing any new material or just wanna keep doing live shows is that the season that is the secret secret? As I said, very positive in our in our great. I mean, I think I think it'd be for fan. The be all end all new guns and roses, wrap things just to see. But then again, it's weird too, because in two thousand nineteen what does that sound like you know? Yeah. Hopefully it sound familiar. I figured. Well, I think you know, when you get just I mean I noticed when I, I went and played five shows with, with axl in two thousand right. Or teen. Tommy Stinson had to do replacements shows. There was gigs booked in South America, that excellent had booked and. At that point. He and I were things were cool. I you know, run into him in London hotel rooms were right next to each other, all the cities of all the hotels in the world is just randomly. Right. Random. Yeah. And kind of like what happened us in Winnipeg. Remember that, just the same will tell floor had no idea, stick your head out the door the doors to style, dude. I mean, the chances of something like that. Right. But it does happen. And so I wouldn't played. These shows rehearsed with the band he had at the time. Then we went South America and it was. The moment he and I got on the stage play together. There was that kind of those that groove and that was just two of us. You know there was that kind of inexplicable groove or whatever it was and. Super recognizable. That hope man, there's that thing that we, you know, that we discovered in each other back in nineteen eighty five you know, chemistry, all of us had been in these other bands and all this stuff movie found each other like this chemistry. Right, exactly that, okay, we've found each other funding. And so having the three of us, you know, in starting to sing that the chemistry. That's how we ended really the allusions to her was just three three. Right. Right. Good point the last two years of that tour really was the three of us. So it's it's not like that's how we end. So there is that, that familiar thing that the three of us have, and I couldn't put a finger on it. But, but it's cool. I feel like you're the, the lukewarm water in the situation spinal, tap, Derek Smalls these between fire and. Ice. And he's the lukewarm water in the band. You know, not to get into the details, but it seemed to me because you had John Lewis slash for years, and you had jammed with axl again, that there was probably some common ground there between between you with each side. Oh, this busy place, man. Yeah. Guys all over the place. But I think once again, whatever goes down. It doesn't go down. Tour was a huge success and people are excited to have guns and roses back on the on the planet again. Right. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah, I am too. You know, it's cool. It's cool. It's cool in the way we did it. And it's cool. Like I think we'd all agree. It's just that we're on these, these great terms again. And, and if talked about stuff that happened before kind of realizing, like I mean, I know when I wrote my first book day, easy book, and I started that thing to tell in the ark of my story was, how did a guy who just wanna play rock? Roll get strung out alcoholism and how get my way out of it. That was the arc that my intention, but in telling that story, I had to tell, of course, my life in guns and roses, because that was what, what was swirling around me at the time, you know, and I'd recognize that I told myself I would just, just huge. To do. You wanna live with all the dark shit it did. So you start telling yourself these other stories. Maybe it's everybody else's fault. It wasn't my from wholesome. And in writing that book, I would right? I'd be sit on a couch for instance, in one of my little daughter's at the time would be sitting next to me, I'd write four thousand words. And it'd be a lie. It would be alive. Like that's not the real story because you weren't doing deep enough wasn't what's your part in this story? What's your real part in the start? Hey, perhaps your partly the blame for this particular thing, actually, maybe more than partly to blame. Maybe you could have been a better mother. Correct. They're not been so up. And so I really started to dive into that stuff. And it's it's not doesn't feel good. Take responsibility for all the stuff. But, but in doing that cleanse me more than all it sobriety done. I thought I'd done all the work in martial arts and really like taking responsibility for my actions. But writing that book really made me do that. And I think. We were doing that as, as, as a band like talking about old stuff, and, and some of it's pretty fun. Most was pretty funny. You know. We're just, you know. Had the same thing with guys a few guys hate each other like back in the early two thousands in wrestling. And now really good friends. It's like what, what was what was the problem again? Why did we have such an issue with each other? But you're dealing with kids and then adults who realized how much respect there is with other guys who are at your level, and your peers in your chemistry. Right. I'm sure there's times when you guys sit there going like why did we ever break up or whatever the deal was whatever? Right. Whatever the story. Yeah, exactly. And there's some stories that are pretty funny. Like, oh, I thought it was went down like this. Well, I thought it went down like this. And then the third voice, I thought it went down like this, why don't we just talk about it then? Because, you know, we didn't have the skill set. And there's a lot going on then a lot of Balakot hall drugs and all that sort of thing. Different outside people to, you know, in that something we try not to let happen now you know, like it's just three of us. We'll talk as you should you know, let's do that as, as wind down here. You mentioned something. But being sober for twenty five years. Do even like can you even remember old Duff you know, wasted Duff? No, I'll see a picture here and there, you know, put some in my book. Australia picture when I was in that, that the worst of my in I, I don't look alive. You know, and I knew I was in a in a view see if I see a picture from, from different period, like ninety two ninety three especially any threes. The worst I looked pretty lost in. I'm the opposite of that now for sure. And it took me a couple years in sobriety to figure out who I was and I really live like a monk for the seat. I just traded the DOJ. Oh twice a day. Your sense. My sense, I would ride my mountain bike. I would read history didn't they girls, you know didn't know how to. Right. What are we gonna go to a bar and meet right? I thought well. You know, I really I lived alone and it was pretty cleansing. I started playing guitar again. And then either thing really brought me back in the music with steep. John, our guy favorite guys that you wanna play gig at the viper room, put together this band, and the MEK Steve animal can place over he'd been sober for a couple of years. These he just said, he's like my I you know, Steve Jones for pistols. I learned to play guitar copying him. And, and he, he said, you're gonna be okay mate? It's going to be fine, then I just hung onto those words and got to that first gig play the viper room neurotic, outsiders, knock outsiders, and people, 'cause they hadn't seen me for a couple of years and people like all these rumors start at a facelift and God. All which I had just gotten sober, you'd lost weight. Well, all that booze that that'll come up pretty quick water weight. It's just your liver stunned loading. Yeah. That's just like the Elvis. Yeah. Eight it's just water. Yeah. So I lost that there's a hill in the Hollywood hills has that fifty pounds on it from my mouth by. All right. It's just came off. Yeah. Just price still DNA wonderland avenue. Steep ill. Last thing. So with tenderness like we said, you have the European tour coming up is anymore that you can do or when guns, N roses goes in the fall is that a few shows or you guys going back out again. I am doing a US tour short one. It's about two and a half weeks long starts in Philly on may thirtieth. Record comes out thirty. I will be in DC Boston. New York Chicago national Austin LA up the west coast to Seattle you playing in LA at the L Ray. Okay. Good theaters. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully this. Yeah. Seven people? Another record sweet child of mine. Right. I don't I don't think there'll be any of that because I think it'd been pretty clear done a bunch of press for this record. There is a thirty five hundred word. Sort of mini book that comes with the but the vinyl in that will probably get out there. And it, it, it reads it tells you the intent of the record and kind of the whole story around at this point to it's not like you weren't doing anything before the guns N roses ruin you had loaded and walking papers. And so, I think people know, revolve revolve, but you have your own your own thing going as well. So I don't never stopped. Yeah. Except you know, when I went to college, I even then we had loaded, and it was like my college band, like spring break, go play Japan. Yeah. So I've never stopped. And and you know, I tour you and I toured a lot of like you know you just go play every night. You take care of yourself. Yeah, your your band's tours are lot like loaded bands towards like you just go had to be. Yeah. Every night. Yeah. And touring on a bus across the country a night. Off is everyone else gets paid. But you yeah, you know. And you don't know what to do that night. That's right. It's the worst I just fly home. Now, if it's for a day or yeah. Today's like we do five on into often. Go home today's a week. Right. Won't go to Europe more than three weeks. Dry, most forget it. It's not worth it, right. Yeah. We have this thirteen day rule in my family can't be part more than thirteen. Okay. So by Hooker by crook. I'll fly home or Susan will come out the girls. Now, they're in college got her banned stuff. So that's different. But I wanna see grades like I got her on some shows Ohka in Europe with called pink slips thinks they're killing seventy one of the sons is really sings, she sings does she play to just saying she's six, thanks. Yeah. Avenue song top five k rock grass. So they're doing well, my wife's got her novel. So she's been doing this book tour. Families. Do get my other daughter maze in New York City in lots of the family gets older. And does wonders their own thing. You're the one that has to kind of come home to see them now. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Or you know go to New York to see my daughter. Yeah. Which suggested right and says it was doing a book book things out there, and I was doing press got sear daughter. But that's juggling. Yes chuckling. Yeah. Last couple questions, what's your favorite song tenderness. Ooh. Kinda switches around. I think the ending song don't look behind you is because it sums up the record right now is probably my favorite, my brother, Matt played horns on it. Oh, yeah. He had a hard on moved to the city back in the day kid at guns and live, and let die and stuff. So we got there were called the suicide horn section. They played live with guns in the days back in the day. And so I got my brother back in got the water seeing group on that song who sang on not gonna have in store. Okay. So kind of had these reunions on on that song in particular, but I'm I'm very proud of the record. And the words I chose to, to explain the stories I didn't do one Briamah fire and desire, you know, action satisfaction. Yeah, none of that. So action satisfaction. So. Yeah, I'm psyched about the regular I'm psyched about the kind of prospect of social impact that could have. And that's just again, that's people helping other people connecting one person with another person. And I really truly believe that's all we can really do right now. And I'm so over the, the cable news and the bitch, and moan in mine, and pointing fingers like I'm way beyond that let's help each other. Who's your favorite or most intriguing historical figure? Frederick Douglass pretty cool. Few read my bondage, my freedom. He wrote that book. Learn to, to right. As a slave kid. Who's just a genius. He learned to right by by rote. Basically, he was just a genius genius, and, and the book stops when escapes freedom because you couldn't tell who helped him. So did the story stops at Baltimore picks up again in upstate New York. He's free, so he had he had to leave that all ow. That book and his life. I think is really truly astounding became this amazing spokesman and. Oritur and, and educator and everything there's a bunch of people, I think, are, are fascinating. But I just got a Frederick Douglass t shirt and cut it up. The African American museum in DC just open. He's a baller. He's a baller. Yeah. And as far as guns and roses, what your grant grant is. I just read the grant s grant or. Yeah. Okay. Right. Gotcha. Fascinating guy, alcoholic resident right became president twice. He's he didn't want to be president at all. But he was kind of just like, well, the country needs me, and they, they want me to be the president really know how to do anybody. Listen. Just can rules. Yeah. I mean we need more in the world, which cousin roses Tunde still like playing live. I like planning them all be honest with you. Yeah, I really do. I like the depth of song November rain. You know, strikes me nightly strings and strange is one. I didn't get when we losing came. Oh, 'cause those only twenty years old, and I wanted Brock and role that song, maybe my favorite guns and roses song. It's so diverse. So deep. Yeah. And like, wow. It's just amazing, right? Yeah. Kalamazoo. Superfund aggressive brought out of the set to yeah. We never played it back in the day to harder for for accessing. But now because he's became become this this, this master. That's one of the first said we play comb Lynn really, there's a part in the middle where he he has to the end where he has to like circular breathe. There's no, we were rehearsing that one. I'm like, man. You could take a couple of words out, because no, I can't make took that word out. You could breathe right there. I can't do that man as. Yeah. No cheating, no cheating. Yeah. Yeah. So man. But all all of them, I'm just very appreciative of us doing the thing. And, and the feedback we've got it from audiences that there's nothing like that and it's almost like the world's needed it rock and roll needed because I'll tell you this is soon as you guys did the stadium tours. Yes, there's no way that LARs. Is not going to do a stadium tour and he did. And that just brings more rock and roll guns and roses in the stadium metallica's in the stadium maidens play in the stadium in LA and September. That was all kind of that kicked off because DC was playing stadiums, too, but Guzm Moses coming back and doing that opened the door for some of these other big bands to do it as well. Yeah. Rock'n'roll needed for sure for sure. I mean and yeah. Next chapter k knock knock joke knock. Who's there Dwayne doing twain, the tub dwelling? Chris Jericho ladies, Chris Jericho's, joker the week. Okay. Thanks come over to my house. And thanks for having me at your house, and then you've got lots of stuff to do more. Thanks for the peanut butter smoothie, you might get a little gassy late. It really andled it better than the smooth. Phil colon. Made me was you have like a head lemon germs, and we'd grass and carrots and spinach in it. This is much better tastes, a lot better much. Fill you out more. I put, like a ninety five grams of protein, definitely going to be gase later better. Leave before I hit you for a crop duster. Okay. Thanks to defecate Duff's. New solo album tenderness is out today. You can stream it and download it wherever you get music, and checkout Duff on tour. He's got Sola dates starting again may thirty first Philly. He's got shooter Jennings on the road with them, as you heard shooter, very integral in the making this record and shooters band is also serving as Duff's Sola band. It's great show all the dates and ticket info or on Duff's. Facebook page check it out at Duff MacKay Guinness. 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Hilary Duff

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Hilary Duff

"Benton rolling I know. This is what I it's always on Benton's in a wild. You said that every day okay. Rents are telling them down. Benton. showed up today speaking cockney. Literally. It was brushing my hair I just here and. Six That's fine happened. was on the roof like Tim Tim Tim Tim. LEMONY SNICK it has arrived I. Thought, what I do that I, have to do a Kegalle. Yes the come from in here. That's not where Regina Czar I know, but that's where the voices come from. Roy and the West Pie, the Nandan Tro Lay A. SLEIGH. Can you good? I need gorge by doing quite well. Lovely di need from now on if we ever fight GEICO. Can we do it in that accent? Yeah I love it. Are You fucking deeds? Are you? Scrapie scrapies growth. The focal phone is gone waste. That's my favorite. You've gone. Wait. What does that mean I guess I don't really know but I don't. Shebeens you've gone to California, which means you've got crazy now. Is that west of London? Yeah. We're West I wish I could do an Australian accent. Because there are a lot. It's hard to do both in the same day. The same day, right so What's Austrailia it's like. Night. We use the word from labyrinth. Little Worm. Me Too was so cute. It's very. Or you came. Are You Q. Keen? That means a corny right? Oh. Okay now I am Zeki. This music is wonderful I. Yeah. There's there's no. Oh, right. They're all ours or Does God. This podcast has gone in a Weird Direction Brad Wise. I just want to reach out to other other people. So that's what I'm dealing with. You guys. You can't do it without being racist and that's when you can really get away with. Can you be race? Okay right or not racist but like brewed, that's rooted Asian accent. Let's not conflate racist in Brood. please. Bay Start to become the same thing I'm getting canceled why? No you're allowed to be rude. Okay. Not letting that be taken being British is like being American it's just like rude. But. You can't do like. Asian accents all that's very. Similar skies it's fucking hot accent Australian. It's little TWANGY. Wasn't Australia prison yeah. We'll know it was where they sent Yeah. People I don't know. Can you please? Can we go maybe look up before you just throw them out on the couch everything can you? Can you please do some research? Yes. It was prisoners that were sent to Australia right? Okay. That's way. British doctors just throws out. He's like so what's DNA? Can you explain what a double Helix Whitney I'm trying to join a cult Segue we are talking about cults today but not yet I. WE'RE GONNA talk about my cult of comedy, which is going on the road. Yeah. San Fran San Francisco we added a show. Are you excited to go to San Francisco because I know we're not too weird for San Francisco no no possible way y'all are wild we're going to be at the midway not sure what that is on November seventh twenty, twenty San Francisco it's going to be outside it's going to be distanced please don't make out with strangers or have threesomes or orgies and give each other Cova you guys I don't WanNa be the Cova Comedian San Fran thing to do. Harnesses. Enforcement go hair pink hair. I could maybe be a lesbian GonNa get you some nipple clamps. You'll be ready to go at Cisco gals come to the show try to turn me. Now that my hair into. A fly. You think I. Am not. Gay Work if it did though you'd be there. But. A lot of I'm getting a lot of DMC from women that are like by the way you're gay. That's rude. You can't tell people that I don't think. You're gay and I'm so called depending on like you're probably right. You've never thought I, was gay no, you've never been like she's probably never. It's going to any day. Now the shoes deserve one word Tequila. No. No. No. Okay. Fine. Why would I tried to come out to you down? By going have you ever maybe SORTA Kinda thought I was like not a safe space everything was All right couple announcements I'd like to make Benson you need to pull it together when it comes to my instagram because I decided that I was going to not look at my feet so much because I feel like it's just it's not healthy it's a it's an unhealthy addiction. I did meet some people if you're at a private plane and if you're doing yoga on Iraq and if your face tuning yourself, I'm muting you it's called self care still love you forgive you but I'm just not. I don't see that Shit. You know what I mean I got enough I got enough. Nasty inner inner monologue thoughts. But I was like, okay I'm not GONNA look I'm not gonNA obsess over instagram I'm not going to look at the news I also like a little news detox minimum. You know we had that Cova tested comedy show we all tested. We were all negative and we did the Comedy Show and afterwards Asteroid Anne they taught me the wet is positives. Those in this house and we did it and we're like humping the Florida was like funding and I couldn't get it right and was just kind of this funny video. And so I don't have something to post for the day. Post it. It's hilarious. Let's be honest I do have a little cake back there. I've been working out snacks that. Hey, cupcakes cakes, guys. There's a moon pie back there right now. There's Angel Food Cake in the cheeks right now like I've got a little now you have a but for sure shark all of a sudden, all that banking and. All that fetal position and terrors really work out China get up from off the floor those squads. So I, post it and I'm like okay great. and. I go back to check in on it like maybe an hour later and I'm scrolling it's nine eleven. It's the anniversary of the twin towers being hit by a plane and I have chosen to post my ask cake jiggling. So, were you also avoiding calendars you? Had Coaxing. I'm not GonNa look by phone today. I'm so healthy. I'm taking a detox break look at me rewinding brain and I go scroll and it's like never forget never forget never forget and then just my pussy shaking humping the floor. I, mean. Can you I love when I make a mistake girl? No next time I refuse to support celebrities until I. Am one. Okay and I. I just love the thought of like you making a mistake and going okay It's because, I, detoxing guys I was I know it's just because I wasn't. I wasn't like there. I was like reconnecting with myself the anniversary of nine eleven I would not have posted myself doing the wet pussy dance that would have not been my first choice happens every night hosted a black square. Let's be honest. That's what really makes lasting. You would have to responsibility it is my fault. I would have posted myself singing imagine. And that I did have a terrible joke never mind and then I did it the you're allowed to say terrible things on. The bodies at the floor, what's at the summit, the bodies of the floor Potties the. Bodies. Yes. That's been horrible but hilarious yeah, Oh my God. I know instead that. His dark and this is why I love you. We're allowed to say shit like that. On this podcast you guys I'm not letting jokes get cancelled I'm not letting this the all left takeaway. Sick jokes the all left won't take jokes and all right won't take rights. Stopping it all here, and then I did it again. Whitney did it again? Lie, I want my hair, my pink hair which everybody knows heard about it. Have you heard about it? We've seen in. Grad I wanNA talk about it much very shy. It's starting to. Fade. Right. And I was like I needed to go to a different color because pink, it is starting to get a little bit crazy and I'm not getting as many matches on riot I used to and so I was like, what am I dyed a different color? This pandemic doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon and I posted you guys what should I should I post which I have I my hair Dow what color should I do next? Just the most shallow. Vapid. Post on the planet posted but I'm detoxing I'm not obsessed with social media I'm not on. So I'm not posting scrolling I'm just going to post it and get out of there. I'm the healthy person, I'm GONNA. Post the photo then go for a walk I'm GonNa, go read a book is I end the Party I'm going to show up and leave I'm going to show up and leave, and then I, go back to check see how the post is doing. Ruth Bader GINSBURG has crossed over she has passed. It's like recipes, recipes, recipes, recipes, recipes, people, sobbing them like you guys look. Should I. You me relatable. My roots are also dead guy is. True I on Legend Star and hero has passed on your. You think purple. Is Blue. I did not know she had died. So for all of you that think that I'm insensitive. Is. He would say the excuse I didn't know she died. So I. Mean. Had I known And I hosted three hours later. I would again. I'm not, tacky. Funeral. I need to talk about my eye makeup. So you guys if you've even thinking that I'm complete like a total sociopath based on the fact that I've been posting really shallow posts on Her during her tragedies then you've been listening to the podcast and we WANNA thank you I'm so sorry. I want to talk about the next time call way. There's some bigger news that you skipped, oh sorry. Well, Hillary Duff is here first of all Hillary Duff is on the show today. So we need to plow through this once. We, got. Hillary Duff I know which is shocking. It's a big deal. Why is it shocking vichy the number DU Dupont caz. She never does podcast and the amount of celebrities that wanted to come listen to her do this I can't. Tell you how exciting she's going to be because slavery shown here by ourselves. Well, all my famous friends will come and meet Hillary I'm like I don't know what what pull yourself together, breath her owner. Yeah. Well, here's the thing I think I'm A. I really don't want to have to admit this. But I I didn't I wasn't I think I've just older so I I love Hillary. No hurt like we're friends I met her without having had her show be like my religion I was in my so called Life Kinda bitch that was my show growing up if I saw Claire Danes I would just jump off a building you know by Shannon dougherty. To know, that was my skin doherty DMZ on instagram wants and I like literally I had my heart took shit in my chest like I lost. My might I was dealing with Alanis Morissette the Other Day couldn't breathe. Free. It started doing llamas like my nipple Scott Heart it was wild Hilary Duff I love her and we became friends in a very organic way and I didn't realize that she was like such a that. She was like religion for people. Yeah. Because we'll you grew up with her kind of if you're on that, you'll dad you know old it's weird. But also I'm curious Benson wears a shirt with hilary duff on it. Bengals show up with celebrities on his shirt, which is so weird because half the celebrities are like my friends, I was like I need to call her back. Always. Reminds. Me because I know all these celebrities you celebrity France no, that's not true. It's more like I mean this is just what I do I. Don't know maybe I do have to Hillary Duff shirt friends with like lady Gaga no friends with music keep this up. WE'LL GET THEIR Key plagiarizing her vibe. But you wear hilary duff shirt almost all the time and I gotta say I was worried you were going to wear it when she came and I was like what if he shows up in his Hillary Duff Shirt is she gonNA call the plane on a psychopath I would have been sitting in the hallway listening to interview and a Hillary Duff shirt like I like. How insane I mean I don't know. I don't put anything past you at this point ten. How Shave I mean she and you believe in real life. Yeah. It's. It's actually she is an angel, she I in twelve step programs and read self help books to be like her. Bio loved by all. Love be off but she's just like she's anyway. So the interviews great, it's coming up I didn't want to. Ruin her brands her publicist did not know Shimizu interview which you should listen. She never does podcast she never I mean you really get to hear her talk about her placenta. The work she's doing the show she's on, but you don't get to hear just talk and like she the mystery. So she's an enigma she's losing. About that I didn't I did ask about Lizzie McGuire and what's going on the reboot she's very like she knows how did not say what she shouldn't say but I think I think she definitely set a couple of things that she's never said she's a pro, she's a professional. All right I So she's coming up I do need to talk about this show. David Blaine Y. Zona with balloons David Blaine. Okay. Do you know who David Blaine is? Yeah. He's the one that doesn't wear eyeliner. He's the less glamorous magician. You know he's the sloppy magician magician stunt man he's A. Dozen bother to put on makeup. When I was growing up David Blaine like I was trying to fuck David Blaine Hillary and yeah he was my hillary trying to listen to your house. He was like a God on MTV was huge and he would do these like sleight of hand do these stunts. He would sit an icebox bike before Joe Rogan did it before it was like whatever? Like M E fighter podcast guy did it's so funny because you can look on any anyone that joe follows is sitting in a box of ice all day every day but that was like a really David Blaine just as bad knees. Since for his swelling. and. He would just like do this wild ship. And it's just it's weird because that's happening I don't I did he make it like it was just so weird how media has shifted and it doesn't seem like I mean he flew away into the sky and nobody cared. Post a makeup tutorial. Just ten years ago. That would have been the biggest thing ever. He floated away on Rainbow Colored Balloons. That's every gay teen Arizona's dream to leave their on rainbow colored balloons. The fact they weren't shot out of the sky is progress. Honestly it's just it just was interesting to me that this guy risked his life and we're all like. But do you contour. have new faces every other week. So like that's not that impressive wait you saw the same face a new but implants to. Get a little cheek failure. There's screaming things that is just so weird what people care about and what people don't, but can you do a choreographed dance for fifteen seconds on the ground I know that you're flying away and doing something absolutely impossible. But can you do lazy cheerleading in Baggy title? He had to get like all these certifications log these our skydiving gave us working import like whatever literally nobody gave a shit. and. Then I mean I did love him on Joe Rogan. Swallows, frogs, and you know he'll swallow frog and Puka backup meanwhile like people like at eight nine tide pods bitch. Got Impressive. I've seen a lizard grant. It's amazing Tick Tock and reels and instagram and stuff has made actual magicians like not that. Impressive. They're just like whatever. Cool like I just drink an entire carton of milk upside town. There's some grow this showing her acrylics with four million. And you do gels. That's all people really care about. Funding that was This is not news. This segment we like to call should have been bigger news is the same it when I had to call stop something that. Should. have been called just learn the walkmans stay on the ground. Nexium what are you GonNa? Want me talk about this. Now, we can talk about it right now. So. If, you guys have not watched this documentary I. Don't I don't know I. Don't know to tell you. Turns out. You're not who I thought. You were we you've changed its on Hbo Max or I don't what? amax. HBO. Now. Let's go on HBO GO MAC THE TO KEEP HBO No-go. HBO New Streaming Bill. They got good show. Password how many times a day do I ask you for HBO? Password. Just the HBO winner Hbo Pep. Hbo Password Hbo Magazine All your passwords are the same password. So really, I mean there's a whole list of them at they're all I think. What what's the Max what does Max Mean Climax Hbo Climax Actually Good One. I'd watch that HBO Climate It's just your special on a loop. I was not climaxing that year at all frankly, which is a lot of what I talked about in the. Special. So I'm obsessed with this call the next call. Nexium an ex IV you know val name acid reflux medicine. Is it real? Yes. I was I was in deep I was like, let me know more about those. Changed my life. They. All had acid reflux from deep throat in that co-leaders Dick. Right now. All right. So I WANNA really slow down and talk about this cult because I I need to zoom out as we say in the Biz zoom out. Zoom out I need to understand why every cult leader is such a fucking doofus. Jeremy, they're all first of all like short. Look guys that look like looms. Oh, you're not always insane. There have been lots of the Beacon Yoga guy called that happened recently a Joe. He was the guy that looked like the floating ball and big trouble in little China. You can't be half ball with a ponytail. Don't follow that person why can't make decisions like why does every cult leader look like job of the hut? It's like wild how they're able to you know what I think it is. Women think they're nonthreatening. Oh. Yeah. And that's how they get them. Don't you think like just interesting because if an ugly person hits on bar the most threatening so true. But like if they have if they keep saying the word authenticity. Even though they look like the baby and total recall, they can start a call this Tommy pickles like if you like what the hell, there's something going on, we don't talk about short guys enough dude I'm telling you Stalin Five. Five. Ladder Putin five, seven motherfucker wears wedges. Fact Okay there's something there I think short guys know they have to overcompensate by manipulating house are they gonNA get laid? So these short guys these the ones you got to watch the ones with the low ponytail in the back. Definitely. The you've got to watch it leaning moment the low ponytail you should watch in general because they're are going to be handling snakes. Or like raising tigers like. Don't fuck with those people what they need to find ways to have power. They can't physically conquer our bodies. So they have to conquer our minds like this guy that ran the nexium Keith Rainier rears his name. Dude everything he says was a hunter nonsense. You hear him talking to these girls and he's like we'll pain and suffering. Those are two completely different things and they're like, he that was my senior quote actually. Nothing. That's nonsense. He's insane. So. In order for creativity to happen, authenticity has to be congruent and they'd be like. To rearrange the things you think could happen for what will and you're like I don't hear you. I will say for everybody clowning on the women that were beguiled by that and hypnotize. We've all done that we've all we all did this like in high school or college where some idiot was just using big words in an order you had never heard before and making eye contact with you and you bought it you know and you're like, yeah, that sounds genius like watching a David. Lynch movie like. Don't know what it means. Nobody knows what it means, but no one wants to seem stupid. So they all just forget know what it means because they assume everyone else knows what it means. It's like this weird like mass hypnosis. Thing in this document excelling point is he was in the Guinness Book of World Records Those I. Guess. So is the person with the longest fingernail, but you don't take hygiene advice from them. Do you if you look at the highest I q between what the woman who can jump the highest and the man who's a lizard? What does that mean? Do. The actual parts in the world isn't running around like doing photo shoots for the Guinness Book of World Records. Downtime they're they're they're developing vaccines dumb as he created a new math don't forget. Okay. That was my favorite part of the me too. When the guy goes, he created new mathematics like wait I. Remember the question at the kitchen table he goes why I've actually invented this this new math and he was awesome to know you did it the only person I actually think it'd be cool as someone that got rid of the old math. I didn't like the first math I don't want. To. Have to learn first of all why? Are Trying to figure out unemployed. Are you that you're like just sitting around inventing a new map second of all? No, you didn't the fucking did it no one could corroborate that claim because if you invented it, no one else knows it. So no one else can check your math to make sure it's real ma'am nurture shit. That's like that's like I learned Klingon. No, you didn't. Know. You like also was the math we had not working for him. He was like. Four, he's like I don't see. I don't think we need. Honestly there's too. So now there's four to fix this. Is Making Shit Up, and these people are like. Amazing. Here's what I'll say because the people that were so beguiled by him and that fell for it I do think we don't talk enough about. How cults are good because they keep crazy people off the streets. Do you think like the girl walks in and he's like. The mackerel that crazy she's in. Insane. I'm kind of obsessed with it though, but he goes on. So. Why do you? Why do you like art and she starts crying? Okay. This girl needs to be in an attic in Albany away from the rest of us this bitch because if she was not, she would be masks in a trader. Joe's yelling at staff spitting in their faces like these are all would be carrots. She's wildly delusional to while also also, if I may defend them also I blame the DADS. This is a lot of girls that did not get I contact or easy bake ovens or that their DADS dropped the ball. Good parenting does not like your. Dandruff her. She's okay when she went in there and she was like guys my life, it's perfect. I'm rich. I'm famous and everything or you an extra and Smallville. Back Ryan. quit a second hold on what's happening but also this is kind of like. Hard to explain. Everything was also on camera. So. You have to understand what the documentary is being made. Everyone knows they're on camera and they're also all kind of performing several ones like I used to be an actress like, no, you're still an actress you're recording your colts life like you're acting you're on a reality, show the report everything like we just need to be authentic. Well, why are you on camera all the time on camera during like silk scarves all like I just want to be able to find validation without needing anything from anyone it's like well, then why do you seven cameras around you at a? Why do you have to film everything? You do it's truly just A. Room of like fifty people talking about what they're gonNA do in the future. So you never do any nothing they just sit in the house. So we're GONNA, eventually come to a place where we win win serve me going to get there so fun at least tall just lie at least they're like we built some schools you'd Scientology I gave you a whole new respect for scientology at least scientology put some fucking effort into their religion. There were millions there's like Satan's and levels and they've record there they'll leave powerpoint say award shows least wrote like Lord of the Rings Type Back Story Yeah this was just like like whispers nonsense every. Say T- words over and over again. You the volleyball here's what's so funny about the volleyball I have a hot take on the volleyball. For. Those of you not that haven't seen it yet because you can't figure out your fucking. Hbo Max. Password. One person. He makes the play volleyball every night from midnight till like three in the morning or something. Everyone's like the volleyball. What is only fucking Hollywood. Would the weirdest thing about a sex cult be the fact that they're playing volleyball? Book this fall like the sex call the branding. Everyone's got a normal. That's what we do. This is Hollywood. This is like every time we go on in we do those things volleyball. It's such. So elitist that people think volleyball's weird because I lived in Virginia we love volleyball is. We played it all the time. It's very fun I was on the volleyball team, the recent that Hollywood people and like twitter elites are are so confounded by the volleyball is because it's just a middle America sport it's not if it was like yoga citing or. Go Ice Skating. Like soul cycle or spinning or pilates they'd be like, wait this cultist genius all things that are in. Sports. Because it was called like the volleyball barn or something and everyone's like Oh that looks poor does like nobody wonder what this means doing all day that he only made up at midnight you've noticed we never see him in the daytime he saves all day. The Guy was like that too I sleep all day. Wait am I a cult leader it's very commonly podcast. Today Benton. Knows this I don't understand what he's doing and no one cares. To me, it's a sex call. He's trying to normalize kneepads every word. Every time he had kneepads on what does he do? He's just wearing them in just everywhere. That, bother you. So they don't understand what point are you gonNA either grown adults looking to dismantle in kneepads telling me more Papa I like question though what they had to give collateral they had to they could photos of themselves. Obviously, this guy was like getting off on them sending the naked photos. I've heartache. What's so wrong with with porn. Oh I just watch legal real porn. These were. Do. You think I mean I have a question. What kind of sex freaks like these people are are also wearing tiny shiny scarves. Oh. I love that the wars the fashion, the part you hate the most. One of the to start pulling on those items to never stop that's what it looks like. It looks like A. Scar and the body chains I didn't see the body chains yet alison no, they say that Alison worse the body challenged work you Christina. Aguilera in the ninety S, that's how you're going to promote your love. I know they're cheesy but they are sexy like when I I. A guy that I'm kind of dating I looked at the people that he follows and I went to some I was like doing a little instagram stock and then I saw that girl had a body chain and I was like that fucking bitch that's cheating but wearing a body change cheating no this and lurch but like your practice lane. Hey, I'm t we're going on we're going on a tangent guys fall for that Shit. Body. Chains chokers guys love that Shit. Body Cheney. Yes I'm telling you know. Excuse me. It's a hotline male species bodycheck. trashy but they're hot. I'm just telling I'm not. Talking over, we're going to get the answer fennell perfume had that on in a barrel it's wasn't about body chains. I want to answer do you like James Fire. Him from the nineties soldiers who jokers chokers Yeah Yeah Yeah chokers are hot. Well, there isn't a response tangles that where chokers Suck Dick Better or something why isn't that a Pew Research Study? The choker Suck Dick Better isn't there something about girls that were chokers suck better daggers because that's how they make money to survive or why I don't know maybe their throats tighter. Because of the choker I, don't know I. Heard this one time to bring a doctor back because something's happened. You what's going on? Are you starting to call right now? Are you making a new math as we speak? So here's what I'll say one time I ordered this really cute choker. Off of the INTERWEB and it had like a circle right here, and then a bunch of people started deming me like, oh. Yeah. I saw your choker like WanNa fuck and I was like Oh accidentally stumble into like a some subliminal sex messaging. It's the same tattoo. I have a tattoo right here. That is a on my wrists that's a safety pin and people will always message me. Oh. You have the safety pin like it's some people are men. People it's women to their some weird cult about safety pins on this and I didn't know I joined by me and there's a lot with with I think when you were a Choker, it sends a message that you're like down to fuck everything. That's the remember when those rubber bracelet for a thing in the ninety this means you ain't on your ignorance. On topic like. Shifts like discolor we're not imprisoning you talking about it is. You stop. I just I just blowing. It's a handkerchief. fucking free. I love invented. It's just crazy and everything sexual I. Love the Benton. The thing he hates the most about the. nexium called the scarves are cheap. I could really. But everybody was like the fact that people were falling for this. You're watching it and it's truly everything takes place in like a Hilton. Hotel like someone's living room everything is like a shitty one bedroom apartment. He's always like the leaders always like waxing poetic on like a Kia mahogany couch. That's just like covered in like clam chowder income it's like it's so obvious. And I don't. Know. What about? Like why is he? You're just making me laugh because you're so excited. the fact that this motherfucker pull up in a Ford Fiesta and everyone's like this is arlene. Kissing his feet. Like dude, he's in fucking PT cruiser like staying at the doubletree like at least the. Osho. Guy. Had Shelley's I'm going to join a call I want a little pomp and circumstance I want I wanted eyes wide shut sex party with masks and beaks in Capes and we've been living in a compound I want gala. Gala Gala. She wants to gala guys. Can We? Just skipped over the fact in in this community sprinkled in the fact that they cured threats. We're fully just like we treads anyway for going on a walk at three. You know we have to go back you guys do you have to watch this? Here's the thing I if I was twenty two before twelve step program and you had no friends I, I would have been in that call. Hon Dough percent. Hundred that's all we know. Absolutely. Would have. They had some they make some good points I'm not GonNa lie and then they've doesn't seem like they cared to run. It doesn't. Just it's a commercial where they just show someone who's now not having a moment they just at the Toronto pretty convincing I actually I i. if that called can help me stop interrupting people in the PODCAST, I'll do it i. will that Guy's Dick to stop getting comments that I'm interrupting Alex is and also lily they're just like we've cured to reds anyways guys we have to still five more packets to eight clients know. How come there's no doctors here. There's nobody wants this secret I mean it is a pyramid scheme before saying, but here's the other thing ever like Oh my God it was like all these girls got together and they branded they all got the same brand and it was and they didn't eat. It's like you mean a sorority. Right, we've all done that the way it's not that different from Spring Break Ninety, seven on his I did exist same exact thing except it was in Panama City, Florida and it wasn't a brand that was a dolphin tattoo on the back of my neck and that's a fact you know how many infinity symbols tiny stars I've covered up in my makeup career. Yes I'm just saying like girls getting together and they branded each other like every group of girls has done that Lake Havasu on spring break. It was just like a little Chinese symbol that said brees the only thing that's GonNa last forever that's Shitty Tattoo Hustle. fucked that I'm laughing about it but they were like I got branded and I thought it was a mountain with three Leinster it and then I turned sideways and it was his initials maybe before you get attached to look at it from every angle. First of all, can we talk about that to heather just naked in van blindfolded and they're like OK guys. So it's going to represent the elements. Why are you guys? It was the come into play. It was just so funny. And then I looked at it sideways first of all, how did you look at it side with you have to if you're going to get a tattoo as a woman near your pussy look at it from the angle that the person going down on us going to look from every angle because the tattoos not forcing this way it's allison mack I think I saw that even look. Allison Mack and then you turned keith ran years. Yeah. But I'm just thinking like how come agreed to giving the elements. Tetuan. You have nothing to do with anything that you sucked before you found out with some random creepy leprechaun's name and then him and then He. was I involved because I gave them the equipment to bran people is that why you think I was involved who trying to trick? You I. It's also made me laugh at this motherfucker like thought he was going to get away with this like like I'm GonNa put twenty girls in a house. What could go wrong like? The fact that he was so surprised that twenty girls couldn't keep the secret like are we known for our ability to keep secrets? Is this thing? Are we known and by the way I'm GonNa Starve them they're not going to be able to eat like are we known for being so amicable when we're hungry? And Right. You'RE GONNA get a bunch of girls together. Make them hang gry and let them just gossip about you all day like what do you think's GonNa Happen Homey and then the relationship where they all have to ask for everything may I eat? May I do this? Throw you in that. Real quick. This is what it was explained what it was. Thank you. They did. This thing where they the part of the DOM relationship was that in your master would have to let you eat would have to let you do everything. You eat all that's up. It's basically like a like a whoop band in person. It's basically like a real live What of those things that you step thing a fitbit it's like it was like real life fit bit like can I have one hundred calories? Can I have that? Oh? Yeah. I. Mean. That's coach in episode for that girl the one who want me shown is like this could have happened anyone no, no, no I the whole I watched the entire documentary if this Whitney. She would never they would be like you have to leave well I. Love the idea of bringing I really wish you would go do I. Don't think I could be in a call. It's still going on I'd get so bored I know the trial is happening now and also you know this was all funded. They had a tremendous amount of money from the girls garage started seagram. Yeah. One of the Bra Bronfman's put one, hundred, fifty, million dollars you just call and GonNa couldn't believe that really. Her Dad got rich getting people drunk. What did you? What kind of like Ethical Paragon of ethics? Do you think this was coming from through like how could this girl do this with a father that got rich getting people drunk so they could drive and Like I. Mean it's like her father was abusive Shitzu. But. The Z., what if a Arrow just hit me in the neck because I just attacked Bronson on my couldn't afford Arrow sanctuary. Not Becoming after liquor empires is probably a bad idea. Gives a shit is this one still this? Call. Now it's the liquor empire has our of course. Yes. You kidding my family alone has kept him in business. Yes, I was breastfed Seagram's I. Know This I've been in this colts. Yeah Her dad started called to it's called alcoholics anonymous. Calls you guys really have to wash documentary because it's insane. So good. We've got to. Hillary Duff I. Love Her so much. What a treat? What? A delight it's a Banger. Like subscribe we're GonNa, start giveaways, skies lying subscribe comment. Torments me. Of you talking about how celebrities froze their instagram and then you'd be like like subscribe follow you guys. We need to talk about that. Sorry. I. Forgot to bring this up. The instagram freeze did you guys see the celebrities froze their instagram quote unquote to quote stop hate because a facebook what the fuck is going on? Why are celebrities? So out of touch they're like we're going to take a day off lecturing you guys about causes. We know nothing about in order to promote another 'cause we know absolutely nothing about great I'm in love a day without trying to relate to me by eating TACO. Bell. Do. You know why I mean talk about all I can afford it's not a fun trend. I would love to have a day off from you guys lecturing me about who to vote like please when they're like we're going to boycott instagram for day. Everyone's like bitch muted you years ago when you were posting photos of yourself with politicians you okay we. Love the people like the celebrities that are freezing their instagram they're like we're doing this because it's facebook is pro trump and this is spreading hate about pro-trump Bitch. The reason trump got elected because you wouldn't stop posting selfies of yourself with Hillary? That's why he won right also question don't most of you have shows facebook watch. By billboard with you on it, like you guys I'm boycotting facebook also watch my new show on facebook watch next month though come back 'cause we have a, we have a good episode out fact celebrities thought that they were meeting their instagram and like boycotting instagram for day. DUMB ASS is. Usually. You're post show up a day or two days later adding way because of the Algorithm. So you weren't even boycotting the day. You thought you were a boycott also, do you think I've seen all your photos like kind of looking at anybody else's pace. So do you think that like we're all going to fall apart if you don't post a photo of yourself on a red carpet and be like Miss Wearing dresses. Miss can't to get back to this like do you really think we're just GonNa fall apart and completely unravel if you don't post day makeup free selfie no filter like we're good. We're fine. We'll do okay I can I can go one day without that I would assume you'd use that data I. Don't know do some work. Also if we do need to see a photo of you, we can do whatever we want. Right. We don't live for people. These celebrities are such nurses. They were just like on their feed. Give me a photo. The photo need to see you with dog ears with that said, please follow me. Please follow us. Very, important. We thought Oh, every day finding to me that's celebrities don't understand that when they post about politics, it makes people vote for the opposite party like like I hated that movie watch this. That's your thing. You guys get off facebook. It's promoting hey, you mean, the way we found out about your last movie. Also you might not be. Your movies that we paid to see, and now you're lecturing me about how to vote. I mean, that's true. That's not wrong but also my facebook. Is In hateful because fun fact control who I add to it. Yeah I. Think. People that are posting. Hey, over who's in charge of what's very elitist not face. Because, let me tell you a fun fact. In. In Saada ten breaks. Tiny southern towns, that's how hairdressers book clients. That's how I got every. Every comedy show was booked on us through facebook every makeup. On facebook base people use facebook as a career because they don't get to go on TV everyday and tell their opinions. So they have to do it on facebook to their little friends. Hollywood Ben's coming for Ya Facebook were working class people get work they're allowed to have. We are protecting the working class by trying to cancel facebook, which is where the working class gets their jobs. All you're doing is shutting down the voices, those people that were they get to voice them. That's what they can do an also what if what if what if teen is having a sale on you know on on, you know bleach on some bleached is she's doing in the middle of clipper cut. Salon. and. You've done shut down facebook now her kids can't eat when Benton's mad. He gets more bank GONNA take a trip to six flags. Them Yellow. Wasn't. Yeah. They will come for you. Them. Truly. If that is such an elitist thing to be like we hate facebook and then being TV show for it or whatever the hell that is. Ignorant. Depends pissed off I don't get it. It's like you other people can have opinions too, and if I don't Like Ping I. I really have more control on facebook and instagram than I do anywhere else in my life in real life. If you're being afford a restaurant can't make you leave. I have to lead. On facebook, I can get rid of you in a heartbeat I never to see you again you'll never see me again. I'm afraid to cut you off Bendon because you don't now. Wanted you to know. Guys Benton. Let it be known. Loud and clear. Hillary. Death I. Love You guys. Thank you. Determine elephants go rhino offense. You guys. We are so effective at talking about our sponsors that our producer is currently activating his daily harvest subscription. Christie's order Chris actually because of the way we have. So elegantly eloquently passionately inaccurately accurately spoken about the delights of daily harvest. He has taken matters into his own hands and ordered the the strawberry and peach smoothie. Oh Getting in touch with his feminine side over here. Okay. Heard heard heard. Think me. They'd harvest is really very convenient I literally whenever you're like, can you be here in five minutes? Let Me Grab my harvest and I get out the door we'll also it's just like fruit is such a nightmare. This this is why I love daily the easiest food. No. Fruit. 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That's me and news dot com slash Whitney made a pleasure having you guys as a sponsor farewell. Like anesthesia guys okay. I'M GONNA try to hide it Oh my God. I really don't need a tissue just it's the fire. It is. been suggested everyone on cocaine because. Like Can you more you it which is terrible. Did you see them that went around? That was like I used to cough to cover my but now I have a boss. Bomb. Sorry. laughed. And I love it. More than allows. Truly. Like my kind of humor one on one. Okay have you ever done podcast? No I live on it not. How did we get you? How? Why are you telling? You texted me why are you here? This is what a bad client I. Don't they. They find out things that they're like, did you mentioned? Oh Yeah. Yeah. But it's usually like a friend or something I can't believe. You doing this. He didn't have to call me. I was so excited I have to be honest this we've had a lot of really fancy people on this podcast see that's my Abbas like I ought to be a part of that fancy Krill. Truly. That's how I guess I just try to capitalize on their insecurities make them feel left out? That's how I'm able to get people to do this but. This is by far the most pressure I felt of anyone but why because? I know but we're friends like for real from. We didn't. We met in a way that was like I. Know You Kinda for you. But I have I worked with a lot of younger people that you're like their God. Only God I. is that I mean that's straddling weird. It just makes me feel really old. And then sometimes really cool like. So there's this artist and my husband's obsessed with Phoebe pitchers and I'm obsessed with her too. She's amazing and we went to her show it was actually the first outing we went to. Banks like I think she was maybe two weeks old and so I was just like. Milky and gross, and just like you know you know how milky and grows like just I'm just like milk machine like I had just just comes out without you don't get to schedule it or there's not like A. Button. Just I truly don't know which. I don't even know what would come out. Tupperware I don't even know I got no. Well, you eventually get on a schedule and then if that's feeding, do I need to talk into this thing? You're the famous reasons for me I feel like you know way more about microphones than I. If if like in the beginning, you're just kind of the baby's feeding on demand. So you just like have milk all the time I am talking about gay because I actually don't even make that much milk, which is really sad for me but. anyway, we go out a lot of women. That's like we can go into that game I know there's location shaming out there. It's worse than being pregnant honestly breastfeeding there's that really sweet connecting moment and you're like I'm feeding my child and like you know it's lovely. It's so incredibly painful in beginning then if you don't make enough milk which I never did you've like, sat there for over an hour feeding your baby and then you're just like, oh And I have to make a phone formula because I'm not enough. I didn't make enough it still hungry. It's still crying. It's never going to sleep like just it sucks. You feel like they're an APP for that. There's an adequate every case. We beat this technology isn't there better technology than its formula. What does it feel like? Is it little biting? Valentine's goes away and it doesn't hurt. But like for me for six weeks, it felt like someone was like slicing my nipple off with a razor. Horrible it's like the shards of glass is not pleasurable for you know it's Not a nice aggressive. Good way in a bad. Way. Anyway, I was going onto phoebe bridges because it was first outing and I'm in the car like pumping pumping pumping like I'm GonNa, make it to a concert. And then I don't know how he knew someone was there. But like see be found out we were there and she was like I started singing because of her and I was like. First of all. She yawns way more talented than I am. So that is. Amazing but like sometimes I hear stories like that where I'm like, that's pretty cool. But I still it still makes me feel no, it's really I know when people come up to me and I watched he was a kid and like you're my hero I'm like Oh God that means I've crows feel like I need to go fully eight Yeah. So it's always like a little bit of a bittersweet compliment, but it is wild because I have not had this kind of reaction from people on this comedian I'm writing with right now Taylor Tomlinson she's twenty six years old Julian Room stood like she's me and I am. Like it's a very intense you're like she acts just like that. It made me because I always start the podcast contextualising how we know each other. If we're real friends if we're being phonies, what it is because that's the whole point in podcasting is we don't have to like go on talk shows with people were pretending we're friends with and having this inauthentic conversation that's been pre scripted I when I first met you. I read and I'm also obsessed with how we project onto people and throw our insecurities at other people and our fear takes over. I feel like when I first met you, I was probably a bitch 'cause I completely ignored you 'cause I remember going like she's so famous just leave her alone like this because we worked out together in the same space. I never feel like you're bitch me see the see I'm obsessed with the things we invent in our heads that never happened because I would spend so much mental energy being like just say, hi to leave her alone. Just let her have this time because it just makes me like wouldn't you this famous? You never get you don't ever get time off from famous. Yourself. The like I don't ever feel like I'm that famous but thank you so. That's because everyone's pretend you're not gonNA. Pay More and more we're. We don't know who you are. So you don't think you're famous. That's so funny. Is that what it is because we're all like don't look at her that'll make feel weird. Got Half the time in like blonde hair I'm not going to be here how so everyone's like completely ignoring you because they're trying to not make you uncomfortable. So now you really do feel like you're not famous. Okay. So zapping your. Friends I tell my husband that I'm so not really like, I, don't know why meanwhile they're like. She's I don't WanNa be the asshole who's like, yes, Mugler but in reality she's like. You're like why you know the difference there's famous there's notorious, and then there's like of it and I think that you have this beloved thing where people very much feel like connected to you on like a soul level. It's not like like you're the only person we're friends really can I come I'm like no, you dad. Like famous people friends of mine who are truly famous we're like can I come on what? I thought it was weird too. I was like blow yourself together. I feel a lot of pressure to get this. Right and everyone is sending me questions to ask you and I just kind of wonder if let's definitely go through all of them, just WanNa like hang out with you So okay. So what is your? What is our relationship? I don't know I was just sitting in my head thinking well, there was the time you didn't hire me for that job and you're tripping on. Being a bitch to me at a gym. No no everybody. I. Think, she was really a bitch about is that I didn't get that job. I'm just kidding love you think I'm the only person that got. Option? No no no. Well first of all, that is I don't know if I'm forgetting about the gym part but like when we first like the first time I, met you like lovely to me in the like helping me working me through the audition and like that's how that's my first recollection. But I'm a little grains and then we worked out together and we were in the same Jim and we sometimes have the tame same time slots and I remember watching her workout and you are such a beast. And I remember being like God like she's so gorgeous. She's so elliott she's so sweet. So funny and then you would be doing box jumps you were like. Like chains like I mean just like. Lifting five times your body weight and she's just like a little beasts. I. Am a little beast. I feel like I've always been that way like I've always been just a writ. Will you have grit? Where does it come from? I don't know I really don't know I think it's just kind of who I am my daughter's like that mom from the day. I was born was like, Hillary you could apply red lipstick better than me by the time you were like three and a half but you could climb trees higher than all the boys and I was that really does sum up a big part of my personality like I feel like I'm really feminine and girly and I love like. To smell good and I love to Lake Make Potions and I love to do here makeup and fashion and Blah Blah Blah but like I I do really love to push myself and I grew up being a gymnast and and. I really love food too so you. Basically are like I do this so that I can indulge myself So have you carried that on with your daughter in terms of like allowing her to climb trees and not you know because I feel like the moms that let their daughters put themselves in danger the ones that had grit like you have. I tried to keep her alive on. How what I don't really have her at all like she. I mean the other F- founder and the chicken. Coop? You know. So she's she's monitored. But she's like also have a pod going on at my house right now with like Lucas, he's eight and so four eight year olds and they'll be you know they do their P in their recess. And I have a lovely backyard with like a in ground trampoline, and you know just space for them to run, and sometimes she'll be four big kids on the trampoline and then she has. Locked her legs out like just like stiff knees were her body advantages like like just being bounced up so high and if I try to pull off, she's like now. Like. She's just like she's she's tough. Do they know you're famous? Some of the kids do yeah that that happened in first grade where. Oh my God, one of my sons friends. Oh No my son. Did it to me look at it to me Hunterston recognized you. But he had no idea what I did for the longest time like he saw me on the cover of a magazine once and we were like just at the grocery store and I, think it was like cosmopolitan or something like. Hot as sex trick. Yeah. Exactly. My No I. Think there was something about anal, right but. Particular that particular out how you conceived? Gun. But now he's my good child, right? That's right. That's right. The worm. I'm kidding they're both good. Perfect. Angels. no that watching this in twenty years I think he thought like Oh yeah and then it's just Shane's Mommy's turn like next week like on the cover of the magazine you know you just thought like, oh, Mommy's rotate on S. Oh, my gosh. On magazine. Yes Cut To you photo shopping your. Kids. MOMS onto cosmopolitan that he. So he got in the car. This is like maybe a year after that he got in the car picked him up once and he was like I know your name and I, was like I. Hope. So your interest grade and he's like. But I know your real name and I was like what? What's that and he was like Hillary Duff and I was like. Yeah. You knew that. Yeah. It was like, I'm like. I forget what happened after that my stories a bus, but he just kind of it was funny. He obviously knew my name but someone at school must've said like. I know who your mom is and it's this and so like my name, all of a sudden became this like different kind of. Secret Lake thing and I was like, yeah, I had to have the talk like you know not all mommy's around the magazines and not all mommy's are on TV and. Dog We've you've come to set and watched her onset oh and he can't. There's nothing worse for him. It's like pulling his fingernails off to come to set. He's like, why are you doing the same thing over and over again? He doesn't understand. It's so interesting to me that having that conversation with your kid have they seen any of your work not so interested not of not fans. Of My work now and I actually reached out. I did the first like thing where I would try to pull a string as a celebrity mom. Because people pull so many strings with me over my whole entire career like. I never do this, and that's usually like I don't know Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks on you know and they're like, but you know I called my manager, the other animals like Joe, the Steven Universe me on it I don't know how like. I need to be a voice on Steven Universe Luca would freak out and she's like oh? Okay. I'll look into it causing me like they stop shooting two years ago like Oh. Okay. Now, your choices are basically how to get on shows that your kids. Cool, yeah yeah do you watch the shows with him? Well, I watch Steven Universe Luca and it's like a thing that we do together and it's pretty hard core. I'm invested and it's not completely painful. Actually really good. There's something funny to me about like thinking of Tom Hanks being forced to watch lizzy McGuire with his kids. Or like like Steven. Trying, playing A. JOBBER DORF Stephen. I feel like that was the first celebrity Hollywood and I was like Oh my. Even. On a good day. we. taught. Like him playing Santa Claus Lizzy McGuire. You know he didn't want to do that like his game. For sure. Right. Everybody is obsessed with this lizzie McGuire. What why is this check this check? I I think I know it's just because you're just so magical in relatable and what is it why? Is there a bigger icon legendary star than LIZZIE MCGUIRE? My mind was in Montana almost Hamid. Her job main job is to be addicted. To keep humble. Every shut her down. All everyone needs one. Annoy. Why? Tell her all the time? I'm the boss. Can I tell you? Maybe this is why you're so sane humble because the main thing that people were telling me last night when I was talking about like how come she hasn't gone crazy how come she's not a nightmare. It's you. You'd have to check on the nightmare before me. No I did a good job before her. How did you credit? Whitney. Who Was it really now? Okay between your mom and you yeah, my mom did a really good job. There's there's this funny story that my mom I came home literally six minutes late when I was seventeen and a half years old and my mom took my cell phone away for like a couple of days and I was like two savage finally clued in I was like I pay that bill my phone about. This mortgage. All the clocks are how you know. Yes. Exactly that did not clue in for like a long time, which is not like. It's not like I was so sheltered I was definitely like. I'm going out to clubs like did my thing and you know my mom was great with not like she didn't spend money, which is so wonderful. You know ours low for mom. Thank you for not spending all my money at thanks Ma i. kind of is that a lot of the time which is so sad and I want to talk about your relationship. Okay. Because I. This goes on for about. Three hours. So you're GONNA have to drag us out here to now you're going. To have to drag her out. I have a theory that I knew you were going to get married before you did you did wait to him Yup. Okay. Why I saw you to at Rusty's dog store. Oh. Yeah Once, and I saw you before that Katsuya. Say I saw you too once I didn't say hi once we did okay and I saw the way he followed you out like you're leaving the Sushi restaurant and he kind of like shielding you I can't explain it. He had his hand sort of behind you and was walking behind you and I was like Oh they're going to say a big ass he's. Over, you had super high heels on. Bubble ask your body's dangerous like she knows not safe for you to walk around in the world. It's like she fall. Why is he hovering around her like that and I remember just going that is love that is I remember i. hope she knows him. Guy He's there. She, GonNa Power, where she's going to marry then marry her or he's GonNa kill her one no in between. When did you know? Honestly. I didn't even know. We had the baby together. This is the Kinda Shit I love Yeah Yeah, we actually love to talk about this all the time because. We had this. We broke up twice once I. broke up with him after how with me? The first one was like a six month run with like. A year in between and then we were Hawaii what were you? What was your lodge? Separated from my husband like I wasn't even fully divorced yet. We were definitely living apart able to like see other people and we knew it was going to be over. But it was just complicated. My son was like two and a half I was starting to make a record. He was really busy. Touring and stuff so I don't know it just it kind of. Fizzled and didn't feel like we're GONNA have a lot of time to. Spend together in row and whatever like it just kind of and what's the rule on how soon he could meet your? Luca, he didn't meet Luke about time around and he didn't even meet Luca until we started dating the second time. And I'd say for Rima. SHERP Lamont. Wow, because I would imagine a big part of it is seeing how they interact. Yeah huge. But like you such a sensitive. Like he you know if you tell him one time, you're like, Oh, I'm having this. Thing and I want to what he'll be like, Oh, I know book would like go buy your book and just he's just so you know engaging with people and lovely So I knew that he was going to be rate with Luca. He also I have a ton of parallels with his mother. Rocker I know and I love the they love their mothers you know we're Act WanNA, marry him. his mom had a son who is ten years older than Matt and they like obviously live together all the time but like Matt's Dad. Basically, raised Chris, and so Edano. It's just it's a lot of the same but Chris was never like I don't think even knew Chris was his half brother for the longest time you know and so I think that that never part of my life never scared that do you and his mom get along really well so. Over here when we fight I, call her, what does this tell? All the time you get to work, and she's like Doctor Rhonda and Yeah Rhonda. What a name ream his ass for like Rajko. Calling. Rhonda. She's the best. He's also at therapist so like. On the therapist and mother-in-law he's GonNa love this. Damn. Would not fuck with Rhonda now she's therapist Jesus. She's amazing. She's amazing. So you should tell her about. dropbox border. My God, what did I? Do I forget I sent like? She gets big. This Gal likes to shop and she go to shop and you're still thinking about shop up. Can we just for a second? Why shop I feel like in the last six months I've gotten too old for shop up Oh really everything's like got poofy shoulders. Prom dresses like they've got like I'm just like I just got to everything's like biking shore to stick to network day. It's very I. Think. So I have to graduate it's true like Coachella for me. It's like lots of belly strings and such love for like jeans and like magic like US center sounds in the work she'll spend more time on shop than listening to me but we're oh yeah, no, I'm shop right now frankly i. I've skied. Please he talking no all adding all day. All Benton does his return ever this up except that unstop up your freaking car disappears after fifteen minutes of not purchase I and then you'll put two hours in making the cart and you're like. I ended up to screened grab screengrabs clean government. Can you handle this? Thank you on. That is these story of my life adding things to cards. So meticulously for like forty five minutes and then I go and they're all GonNa waste of the day like. Okay. So Rhonda. So she's just telling I sent her a huge bomb essential repair boots as a gift. From shot. and. Then I order and then my next order I, forgot to change the address. Have you ever done that? And I sent her a jain norms box of things that had like nipple pasties and like underwear. Everything like small so Named, Shirk Soon Yeah Yeah like pedals. But yeah the little ones that are like like I should've gone I should've gone deeper without. On this thing right now, he doesn't like nipples. Cover. Them. Up. Even. If you guys, you should just start you should just by start buying everything and just start dressing exactly like you want and your mom you got. Okay. So you broke up with him. The first time timing is everything didn't work out the second time. He wish me happy birthday on my birthday and isn't that right? We were like I might've been seeing someone. I. Know well, that person might kind of been back and forth with chill. So it wasn't so serious. Anyway he was coming back to It was coming back to La Shooting in New York and I was almost like at the tail end and he's like. Something about. This the time I can't remember anything right now when did he reach out on When did he reach out through words with friends? He poked me on words with friends but poked you poke poke. Poke me sir better we in. Nice. So funny. Yeah. This is the third time I've really can't remember. It's a messy really. Is a roller coaster. I. Think you saw me at Sushi the if you didn't say, Hi to was probably that was like the first time we were like getting back together we. Go for a Sushi meal and then it's like we're back or the race sedan. Yeah. So then we started dating again. Stat was like six months and then. He broke up with me because the third. The third hoax back I. Okay actually I think I poked a little too hard. What was? WRONG WHOLE Why was his reasoning? We had kind of a really I had a rough night. I I really gave him a piece of my mind one night. It was kind of emotional time for me and and he was just like, yeah we're not this now. Good right now just let it out I did. which I'm always torn on because it's like, I think we have to authentic our relationships but at the same time, my therapist is always telling me about restraint of Penn and tongue not everybody needs to know everything and your person is in your dumping ground and I was like, no but I'm being authentic I just let out all my feelings and emotions like no, no, no, that's not for him. That's your therapist that's for your girlfriend's like you have to restrain. You know what I will say I will say that there was some things going on that we needed to work out and he kept putting them off putting them off. and. So I was like there's just this like. This like. Thickness in the air that I can't. Yes. Yeah and I don't work that way like I've. One thing. That's so great about a relationship have. We will have an explosive fight every. Two days maybe. It's. All right. Yeah. Totally. I would I would say, probably every two months have like some we got A. Blending ending purging. Yes and it always ends like constructively and lovingly great. But like we never are at each other's throats or like nippy with one another or whatever passive aggressive can't hand. That's horrible that centrally smart it's like a purge. It's like a Murray Condo just us a while to get there and the whole thing of me being like I, feel we need to talk. This thing and I'm feeling this. You know even if you're not like, it's still real for me Blah Blah Blah and he was just kind of like and so I, just like let him have one night. And he was like. was that New York Yeah. And do you know anything about like your love language or any of that I don't know a ton about that. That's interesting. 'cause I find a lot of times a lack of communication for me I translate to rejection and abandonment and being dismissive flick I fill in the blanks. Yeah. So conversation that you've made it all up in your head, all of it all I. If I don't hear from you, I will make up your dialogue. I. Will just write your spread. All right. The script I sent this send the salmon pages and I just need you. So good. The goldenrod pages, and so for me, I need a lot of communication taking a really long time to not fill in the blanks negatively and just go let me just wait to hear what the person actually has to say instead of making up their inner monologue. Yeah totally and approaching it like I've learned I have to ask a lot more questions instead of like tell. Like well, why why did you? I'm trying to think I'm trying to go back to. Probably did that because you thought I was going to be mad at you right and then they're like, well, you're, why are you talking me into my thought? Yes. Yes. How that's such a good piece of advice just ask them ask more questions. Yeah. Don't tell them. I'll I'll. Basically give you a lead US especially if I don't WanNa leave especially if I don't want a red flag come up especially if I'm conveniently trying to avoid the truths to not have the relationship and I'm like well, you did that because you're insecure because your childhood, right? That's why you did that. You just texted girl because like she can. You don't want to be rude and like you just WanNa be nice. Is That I. That's right. That's why I read it to me tonight. Okay good. We're moving on like I don't want to ask is then I'm risking you don't WanNa know. I'm risking the truth. Yeah, and I was hurt. Yeah. So then how did you what was nice about ours was that it let level the playing field and I was like if you can't even let me come improperly apologized which he did not let me do. Not For me like we're not ever going to be able to communicate well, you know. So we just really literally stopped talking remember how long he left his damn guitar was like finally they put a deadline on it and I was like, okay. Well, I'm leaving her guitar and the Guard Gate and he'll be there for twenty four hours putting it on Ebay I signed it and I'm putting it on. Ebay. A second, a million dollars some guys can be such drexel he left the guitar I. Think he knew what he was doing. Laying around. Like No, you clearly that was his way of saying like I'll be back. Well, he wasn't I was like you're Qatar is going to be at the guard gate for twenty four hours like. And then what happened and he got his guitar and then I had to move to New York. So we were like it was anyway it was kind of just like I was so sad I was really sad. got a puppy. Momo. Healthy very healthy. I, support that I sometimes matt still still hold it against memo that he was like his by. The rebound rescue. But it was it was probably about five months and then we reconnected again and that's when he reached out. He reached out to me on K. with friends and I used to love to play words with friends like onset or whatever And so he would see I would see him playing I'm sure he would see me playing but. You on their don't accidentally like 'cause like words with friends is smart like everything else I did you watch the social dilemma? That's a whole nother I know everyone knows it. Yep. So it'll be like Oh you played with this person would you like to play a game with them? They're on now and you're like, no no, no don't like. Thing I cannot like whatever. So like paranoid it's GonNa accidentally like ask him to play a game or something. So most worst is you know that if you're spotify friends with someone, they can see what music you're listening to and my ex concede that I'm like only listening to Adele and like. Break Music or how can they see that? Because if you're if you add friends on spotify, you can see where your other friends are currently listening to like he can see that I'm listening to Chardonnay. Aiming now with someone. Anad hint shot. Music. I mean shut a it's like. That or league rage against the machine depends on. The mood. So. The rage against the machine is for the pasty. That's the yeah. The tasks, the task. Now, I can't feel my nipples they've been sawed through too many times. On the Flyer. Sketchy. Surgeons in the beginning took me a while the land on the one with an actual license. So. He poked you on words with he was like, do you WanNa play? Email address. Your credit. You WanNA play. On. Words with friends and I'm like, I just ignored it. I was driving I. Think I almost wrecked my car but I'm like my phone was like That feeling in your stomach. Yes and so then it wasn't until like a day later. I make I. Just texted him. I. Was like that was a slip of the film like that was like a total mistake and he's like, what do I have to do? Poke you 'cause you can poke somebody like play with me like they if there's no response and then I was like. It's on. So excited he's like God on through some words up on the thing and then and then those it, and then we were like, you know we just waited for happen floor happened that time. Oh, that which floor is. So there's this band he is good friends with that I love I love I love their music, and so we they were playing in La and I was like I can't go to their la show. Matt's going to be there and this is before this is before the poke. and. So then and learn got obsessed with floor and then our friend take got obsessed with floor and we're like, let's go make a girl's trip and go to San Diego rent a really cool hotel room and like just go see floor and have fun and come back home the next day. And I, had just been in New York filming forever and I was like you know a could really have used break anyway. So we went to San Diego to see a show just why would run into him and then we started talking and you Know but he knew that I went then I had to tell him that you. No 'cause imbetween that time that we were leaving and they're la show in their San Diego win the whole conversation happened with the I know you love him I. Love Him so much still. Yeah. You know how crazy to I like sometimes I'm like how I found a a spilled smoothie on the bottom of his car I'm sure it's been there for at least three and a half months I was like you're discussing. The thing has a green. crusty. Yeah I know I don't even smell it. He didn't know it was like, I don't know. So what Ellie he smells to you knew that I but vital smelly but here's the thing whenever anyone complains about relationships like the he leaves the toilet seat up the cap off the toothpaste. If you like him, it's cute. There's something endearing about at all the things that annoy you about certain people with the person that you're in love with it's like I can't stay mad at you know that you think it's cute but I just think it. Much but he's Funny he's so funny and he's still clever like I really do I love his brain. So you know what else I'd like about him. Just The Times that I've seen him he seems very contained and I would say mean very self-contained like. Like you know when you meet someone and they feel the need to perform for you or prove something to you like he wasn't like peacocking or posturing let you. I've just seen so many people in relationships especially with like a public figure where they have to I'm the boyfriend and I'm the you know it was just like, no just what I it's it's it's Almost an imperceptible thing that's just more body language than anything else. But I was like this guy has nothing to prove. He's not trying to be the center of attention. He's not like angling anything. It's like you know I think when you've been in the public eye long enough. You can feel when someone has needy energy. Yeah or they're trying to prove that Dan. Or something like that I mean 'cause 'cause I remember because he was just like high in just like kept moving and I was like, Oh, you didn't want nothing from me. That's insulting. Frankly. Then you're like I. WanNa. Okay. Fine. Friend me. I play words fencer. Not Me. You don't. To that guy, he's such. He's I finally broke down actually on our honeymoon we were saying. Banana Graham. You guys have already. Wildlife. Either way we really playing season banana grabs kinky. ooh Wow. That's pretty much. Nude pasties let's not get. Early. Like flack look they look medical frank leave. They look like accidents happen. Yeah. It's like an ace. Bandage. My God I. I cried on our honeymoon after he beat me so bad. So many times I was it's not. All Day Long. Words because he liked rights, you know was like this isn't fair and for every time that like I have to pick I only want to pick up every three times peel. Like okay that's fine. So this is your biggest i. Know there's been a lot I mean he's fighting give the guy a break because in your dream last night he cheated on you I know tiffany how dare he tiffany? Yeah That's what he's seventy said Leeson and I was like at least get it right the singer he said Tiffany Lee and it was like an earthy kill I know claims to be in love with our nine. That is an irreconcilable difference. Now, tiffany's not even real tiffany the other thing the one from the ninety s no, that's what I was trying to make a real person if. That's how much he loves he. He's like yeah tiffany engagement ring box. Oh God. So he cheated in your dream and what how will he pay for that listen? No he didn't. She's just like. He apologized for cheating on you in your mind. Yes. 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But I think it was like That's fine. I'm. Done anyway, sometimes it's like, thank you for putting that nail in the coffin I didn't. Yes. But it's still like. Matt on me I would be like. Down on the floor. So that's how I know. I really loved it. I mean I think that's part of really loving someone. Everyone's like Oh jealousy a bit of jealousy is part of loving someone you know yeah. Like I I mean it's hot that you're mad at him that he's fake cheating on your. Brain you know there's literally like had the conversation with him this morning and he I had to send a picture of my daughter to the pediatrician. And I can't believe I'm telling this. I know if I really want to tell this. So I. Call me later with a lawsuit served me papers let me we'll cut it out my my phone was upstairs and so. He had his phone I'm like, can I just take a picture to send to the pediatrician but instead I sent it to my phone to send to the pediatrician because I was already talking to him a bunch of other things. And right after that picture I saw a picture of him just like brushing his teeth video of him just like brushing his teeth. But he had like no shirt on and it wasn't like by the way he's not that to be no shirt on. But like. Out of the shower like. Like this. Like. That looks like something weird. He would like send to me when we're like dating and clearly I just got cheated on him my dream. So I was like. Who is he sending this to? What is this for? It was for like a takeover that he had to deal like this morning I was like, oh, just in the video to of you brushing your teeth. I'm like, who is it tiffany and? Also like if I was cheating on. The video is. Probably an anti such a weird. I'd like to a little better game a little game than that. Now. He doesn't really I. Mean I mean I'm attracted to his game but clearly like his game is like sending words with friends certain. Point maybe that is like a salacious sex tape in his mind. But who was the person? Who sent it to was like funny name eighty something lady. Lady. Gaga I don't know. was in charge of he had to do like a takeover takeover e and he's like it's I'm pretty sure. It's a gay man I was like okay. Why does he call you half orange? Oh when we were dating one time, I was doing an interview for a magazine and it was when I was single. But what people just didn't know we were dating. and. This girl sat me down during the interview and she was Nice but she was so concerned that I was still single and I was like I couldn't just be like, no no, I'm not I'm actually really happy. They think you have like a terminal illness. If you're single, you say you're happy you're lying you're deluding yourself. Yes. And she passed me this book that she wrote called finding your half orange. Isn't that funny. And so we were. GonNa. Read it I. I have a copy from you. Please give it to me to go read it read now. Anyway I. Don't know why I just I sent him a picture like I sent him a picture of the book after the interview was over, and now we've just been each other's half orange sense. What is that? Why is it like women? You can't you're hillary duff have an incredible life. Incredible. You have own incredible child and incredible family around you. There's no way you could be happy without a man no can be complete. It's impossible I have to tell you that I was always really happy without a man like I I'm really happy with a man but like. Even through so happy with Y'all. been to Hawaii so many times together. because my favorite email congratulated her when I came pregnant when year. There is less, isn't that funny people that work there that new us but can I tell you? I think that the people with the best relationships with their partner have great girl friendships June I mean like this is part of it too. You know like were designed to be in village were designed to be around our girlfriends all the time so that you don't take all this madness to him i. know you know take a very small portion of the madness to him because I I I I think for me in my twenties certainly, I would just throw myself into a relationship abandoned all my friend obsessively twenties thing to do. How Dumb and it's so heartbreaking afterward I know and then you like crawling back with your tail between your legs and you're like me guys can I come back here rooms I mean it's our conditioning to you know we really are conditioned to believe that are man should always come first but to me like sometimes the man demands that in an unhealthy way to like I have to have all of you. Really isolates and Steph into that one too. That's hot. When It's hot. Okay. Sorry. No, that's wrong. It's unhealthy. Bird So, how are you able to have Chil- this gaggle of children and do everything that you do how do you do but you you're the reason now that I've met you. I know how she's able to do anything. She does I have not. I just don't understand how you're able to do. All of this. You tired you get exhausted. Do you get? Drink wine. What kind. I drink a am I got now it's in my head I, did you watch the Amy Schumer cooking show with her husband Amy Learn to Cook Yeah Yeah on the phone with Jennifer Lawrence and then Jennifer Lawrence calls her a slut for drinking salmon Yang can't get it out of my head. I feel like such a slut muffin. That's all he liked to drink Jennifer Lawrence things. Because, it is kind of a like when. It gets the job done. Assured to name going too far from the. Gross I mean it's not like Zima I mean it's not like a little. Water there. But I love red wine to new to me too. I'm going to go night night you're going to go sleepytime and I I got a not go sleepytime for I WANNA talk about your wedding because this is a creepy thing to say but I did have your wedding dress saved in my instagram favorites when I was engaged looking for wedding dresses as the Jenny Pack Pack Cumbrae how did you pick that and whereas it and can I have it? Totally settled I'm so sad I'm never gonNA wear it again. So you. Diet. I tie diet. It's like this. Incredible. It's shoulder pads and like a Cape on the back. Right and he's like long sleeves and that's exactly what I want like Cruella Deville hot matrix modern space bitch in the attic you wanNA come over yeah. I'm not kidding let's Diet Green and pink. I'm serious address wake forest green be have being. Oh. My God. Yeah. I'm probably never gonNA finish again but and how was. some wedding to tell you the wedding was like the best night of our whole entire. You looked so happy it was so much fun. We're sad that it was over with so fast like how did you did? Did you do bridesmaids and that whole thing? Just because you didn't want to have to thanks with my ride made hindsight's. Yeah and she held it together to I can't believe she did and Luca Road. wrote the. Sweetest poem for our wedding, he got up and spoke and I think I remember it was like or at least I remember the beginning our family is a galaxy shooting across the cosmos. magical dreams of mine come true in my family's home in heart like something so beyond. I'm telling you. He's as a child. I can't give that one -til how. So with this thing with the pandemic in home schooling is it sort of less weird for you because you were schooled on sets and your schooling was so weird no horrible. The worst thing that ever happened. Though worst thing that's ever happened to minus the fact that I'm obsessed with him I wanted to like an I. Love spending time with him I. wanted to kill him. You know what is so hard is I'm hard on him but not like I have other friends that are way. Way More pressure on their kids than him. He's really sensitive. So I can't push too hard but like I'm a very firm believer like my mom pushed me, I'm a very firm believer that like you got practice to get good at what you can, how do you know a kid is sensitive? How do you go like Oh this is a sensitive kid like how do you know when to push and Wednesday I mean he'll just completely shut down interest or he's just not like he ended it. He's like he'll get really I'm like I, rarely have to raise my voice at him but when I do. Oh, my God it's like it's like beat him before something like he's like. Oh my God I. Know I know I. He's a little older now. So it's not as bad but like he's I just have to handle him with Lake South is also might be this next generation of parents actually has the tools to be able to raise boys without this toxic masculinity shit like we're not doing the. Man Up throwing baseballs all of our boys when they're not letting I wonder if just boys and. Than we've ever known I think they are haven't you ever like? I mean. I know I've dated a couple of guys that like never talk never had. Up and they do and you're like I thought it was week or big alley or whatever it is. Yeah. And then when they do they cry for four days and you're like, okay. You to be able to stay attracted to you. Okay. Let's not. I'm just losing I cannot ever sexy again the China drying up. Stop it I love you and you might you might. You might just do that. Oh my God so that because I'm just fascinated by this new generation of parents that are allowing boys to express all sides and yet be put in a box here Gi Joe's and here's your. Yeah. He I will say he was always really attracted to boy things. He did like shopped though for a minute loop, he's still love shop can he's super protective over those and I'm like share those with your sister and he's like some of them are rare and they really care. That's like even in a box. Eh Forever, and now she wants to play with them and now you care. To are all the toys that we played with growing up. Old Ser- barbies canceled their all sexist Mr Potato, head is canceled. Is Mr Potato Head cancer because I'm just saying. Okay. I don't know. It's like it could be body shaming to take the nose off I like honestly at this point I'm sure every toy played with his problematic now. Oh, my God well, a few of them are a few of them. I, think they've like tried to like make them extra preachy bodies for Barton Yeah Barbie used to be like an. Mess. Yeah, that was no God herkie with those jibes with no nipples like you with your pedals covers. Actually. Is. Are there any like because Oh in quarantine I was watching movies that I watched and I was a kid and I look back and I was like this is dark like I walked the wizard of Oz. This is so bleak. It's like this sixteen year old who's like emotionally taking care of all these like random old creepy guys. I watched Charlie and the chocolate factory which I thought was magical movie when I was a kid and I look back and it's just It's so weird and dark and all the kids die it's like. Is there anything? Let's say die like stuck in Jane Tubes and they get that dead I don't know they've parents will get violent. She's like the blueberry like. Nobody died not. The drought none of those he I tried to hold my breath the amount of time he was not to there is no way he survived that thing as far as I'm concerned as a child died. I. Mean I didn't know. Yeah. There was sort of like we're going to see them at the end or something in the kid that trunk into the little TV yeah. It was bleak I've never watched Charlie in the job. I'm I know I'm so much younger than both of you. So it's been a pleasure. Today. That's all for our show. Next Week Cameron Diaz On But is much more famous than me. Now you I don't I go out I. I don't think you know how famous you are and I love that I'm happy for you because otherwise I think you'd be I think we need to talk about it because I think you'll be very traumatized if you do find out. I got census came to the House the other day. Do. You remember when we were at the at an animal rescue event and there was a fan that had like, yes, and you're like I literally body checked this person tells guys in your body checked somebody just it was like this fan I think had like one of contest or something but was like holding a bunch of photos of you for you to sign and you know when you do what we do, there's sometimes people just show up and you don't. Know, where they've come from and you don't know what's going on and I didn't even know you I, just like I, really like some you guys we need to get rid of this person you're like, no, she won a contest I, WanNa talk to her like you were just like so open and kind, and you didn't have this fear or paranoia and I don't how have you gotten this far without being scared for your safety? Yeah. At all times, there's been a Murder you. There's been. where I I, I have been actually scared and I I would say that it in my. Just getting older I set bigger boundary You know for not necessarily at an event like I can kind of wrap my head around what that is and have to just go into. It was like an openness of this is gonNA, last for probably four hours and in front of you know. That's what I mean when you're done. Yeah, and I've actually gotten a lot more assertive in my daily life if I need to be you know with people that are I feel like taking advantage at a certain point I'm usually like so willing to take a picture with you or. Say Hi you have a quick conversation you know. But I I am a mom and I- I fight so hard for normal see and for my kids now and and even for myself like I do I, just walk around like pretty open, I'm an over sharer to the Max of and I mean, literally I was GonNa tell you census showed up to our house my nanny called me and was like Oh this year and they have a bunch of questions they want to ask you I literally would have been like Okay. Here's unless you're. Much make and and my husband thank God. He got the phone call and it was like you can send in the mail that went up to. Questions I would've been like. Do, you want to know what the? Does. To talk to somebody yeah quarantine. Doing what's up new girl? You know what? I was GonNa Talk to you about was the kid thing and the home schooling because I know a lot of MOMS or like relating to that right now was as accepting as I am who my child is and his strengths and weaknesses being his teacher highlights all of the things that like. You think they need to be better at and it's like normally you have a normal. Exposure to it because your kids like go to school during the day and they'll come back and you'll be like, okay, we need to work on this one thing but when you're doing it all day long you're like. Capitalized the I. Like In the sentence yes and I just told you that five time. So come I'm trying to capitalize it. Don't do that again. Finally like week eleven, you're like. You're terrified. We're going. No, it's so scary. It was so intense a thank God teachers aren't their parents aren't well yes. Aren't teachers of their kids, right? Right because there's a separation where they're like, they don't have that relationship rights. To, yes, be your you get to kind of be the cool respite when they come home and you're like, Oh, the teacher is really hard but legally the homework, it gets to be sort of leg. Between the one driving the ship all day long just totally like blurred the lines of everything it was horrible. So worse most traumatic. Yes you don't WanNa be the good guy in the bag I. Just WanNa be the guy when the Full and fun loving and like I gotta lay the law down sometimes but. It's also like I was talking to one of my nieces and was going through some of her homework with her also like the stuff we learned is not true. Please I need example. Oh no literally were like going through history book and you know and She's like our studying Thanksgiving and I'm like Oh. Yeah. The when the pilgrims came over and had. Dinner with the native Americans and they all got along. She's like I don't think that's what happened I'm like. Everyone had a wonderful meal Jenner's for Columbus discovered America she's like that's not what my textbooks Oh nine he's been updated. Everything's been updated and everything we learned was like is completely cancelled. We we didn't learn about genocide and all that. Do you ever know that I just up like an Indian for Halloween got crucified and I completely understand why but like? You said didn't grow up educated thinking that that was a badger. No, we didn't Yup. Don't they were friends and they shared a Turkey leg and there were posing together now what happened Oh I will I'm from Washington DC and we were the redskins and I had redskins sweatshirts, tonight Redskins, hats and I would wear redskins hats they're changing that now, right? Yeah. No, that's gone now. Yes but it's gone now. That's gone my husband in quarantine. What's the butter with the? Landau. Lakes Yup. We had one with the headdress and was like. We got one of those they're not making them any. No. We got to throw this butter away fast. Yeah I get in trouble all the time for things that I don I. got in trouble for saying basket case because basket I was calling myself a basket case. I was like I'm such a basket case today and I got all these letters that were like that was what was described described World War One soldiers if they lost all their limbs and they could fit in a basket, they were a basket case and I was like I'm trying to insult myself. I'm not trying to hurt someone else I'm like don't yell at me I have low self esteem. I'm in this really weird like I'm just trying to be quiet right now which also you're gonNA get in trouble for. You know your silences yeah. Yeah. Is Take a lie but right it's really scary to open your mouth and I love that were in this. area where we're all being enlightened and you know and we're all but it's it is extremely sensitive and like in like saying basketcase, how are you supposed to know that that's a term that's been used for a long time and maybe it should be eliminated. But like should you be crucified in that moment? You know like I feel like it's so scary to talk and say anything but I also think that like it's interesting in I argue about this all the time it's like. You know I think that. America on one hand does not want to have Hollywood people tell them what to do and how to vote and how to live you know. But at the same time we're supposed to use our platform responsibly. So I feel like as long as authentic in your heart is in the right place, there's always going to be people that are going to WanNa like. Plane, but most people are just love you and we amplified negative ship. You know like three people sent me a basketcase thing and I'm like everyone was mad at me were now they weren't today I'm blowing that out of proportion. Shits. Now, why is In this, I'm not trying to get information out of you from this. Why is this Lizzie McGuire thinks? Oh, secret. Why is it like a like an FBI mafia secret? I think I've been pretty open about it. Yeah. Of talking about just how there was a change in its why we can't talk about it and no one knows anything. What is what has anyone ever talk about it all the time yeah. I think that. Exactly. I'm just here's a I'm just curious I don't WanNa talk I don't want to say anything that you don't want. It's more like I'm fascinated because people are so obsessed with you use saying, Oh, this season this she's going to go to New Zealand like. Not Watch it. Know what I'm saying I just so fascinated by the psychology of that. Well I hope you're not wrong. I. If I go to. Lizzie. Like. They are going to watch this thing God less of how many spoilers are giving away. So I'm just sort of obsessed with the shouted and I don't think that it's by the way there's nothing to be like that secret of about except for that. We had to regroup and re like end like pivot. Yeah and I think that them being a newish network by the way they're like crushing it and doing phenomenal. This is a big thing for them and it's act. It's also a really big thing for me and something that I didn't think I would ever revisit and then you know opening the door and and It sounds cheesy to say heart. But really my heart like something I've worked my whole entire life to try not to be Lizzie. McGuire. And even though. I'M Like I. Love Her and I'm so grateful for that like I did spend a lot of time being I'm different I'm something else I'm and now I'm like, oh She's the best. I love her and I loved that and and the thought of doing it again is really exciting for me and really huge but it just has to be done the right way and I think we I think what was secretive about it was that we kind of like came. But but it had not butted heads a little bit. But like they had to do with right for their network and I was like, well, I have responsibility you know. So we're on a really good track and I think everything's looking good but I think they were just like. You know protective of what people knew and. Same with me like That's it. It's not that lake storylines protected. It's more like. Were Pausing Dagenham see. So as someone that has been on the other side of this as well It's so hard to do that. When there's a machine, there's a train going in one direction. You have all these people you have all these this money at stake if all the Senate is a really big train. Like the arguably the biggest train I mean it Disney arguably the train. Yeah. Going in one direction I just remember seeing it and just going God I don't even know what happened here but I know she is a fucking bad ass I don't even know what happens like I mean I've been. In situations that are not even a fraction of as stressful as that, and it's just like I just that is some boss Shit you you're. So you're so kind. Thank you there are more times within the last few years where I sat down and I might I am a boss I am tough I am strong I am this but you know that's not my normal like overall feeling of myself that. was a very easy thing for me to do like I B-. lizzy McGuire would never be lizzy McGuire without the people that cheered her on. So naturally and authentically, it was the fans no one knew that little show on Disney channel is going to do what it did and then it just lived on and lived on and lived on and you know I think it just touched people at the right time and. I. Did that brought to the table like? It just from something works in you know and so to have that little hiccup in that bump in the road and ventures just be like totally quiet I couldn't do it and I opened up myself to her and you know and the conversations with dizzy were like keep it was all very positive but confusing, and so I was like well, I gotta say this you know yeah and it was just a responsibility to the people that love her and people that got so excited. Yeah and and Like you spoke for all the fans so well, you had to take on everyone. I can't just silently not. Not Not do this. So it's it's I pray to God it still happens and I'm so excited and there's some new like players and I'm still super super involved I have to go shoot younger I and then you know hopefully we'll be up and running again i. think it could be really special and I know they feel that way I know that they're like. Measure twice cut once. That's the whole thing imagine. Yeah. Imagine doing something that you're so proud of the touch so many people in getting it. Wrong. What's Yeah Anything. That devastating yeah. I don't know if it was GONNA be wrong but I'M Trying not exactly. Yeah. aligned with your heart or solar instinct. All we have is our instincts. That's all we have especially as an actor all you have is your gut. Yeah, and I just I feel like I was thinking about you because. My last special I you know was talking getting engaged and I found I lost so many I gained so many people that I feel like I lost a lot of girls who thought that I was like their single friend and then I got engaged and like Oh, we're just having to age publicly and sort of this pressure to sort of stay who you've always been like I just felt like all this pressure not even close to his public as you are I I felt this. Pressure like, Oh, I have to stay broke and I have to stay crazy. I. Have to stay in my twenties forever. I. Have to stay single forever. That's how people know me and then I found myself actively not maturing and growing because I was worried I would lose some people I always worried that they wouldn't feel as connected to Mir related to me you know so it's an interesting thing to have to do that publicly. You know you've had no problem with it it seems like Oh No I think that you're wrong Are you kidding I was so scared to like Have a baby. Go Up. You know like almost my whole entire life who like you're so great never change. Yeah. Yeah. We stay little forever like I I can't. Like I'm human being. You know. So definitely, maybe not in my. Twenty mid twenties or something but younger than that when I'm like I WANNA like yeah. Yeah But that's hard because. You know it's never great to feel stuck right or to. To think that your fan base only will accept you in this way but really love you. And they want to grow to, which is so interesting because everyone that is I've have to block them on my phone because they won't stop texting me about you. They're like we watched her grow and we watch have a baby and we watch this beautiful house like they're like they feel like you're their best friend and have loved to like watch you flourish you know I think in in comedy I have this thing where it's like you have to be crazy for people to like you. You have to be like a mass or something and it's taken me a long time like watching. It's been very inspiring to go like no like. People that love you want you to win. You know and I think a lot of times in my girl friendships. You know that I think people can relate to listening like if your friends are don't celebrate when you grow and good things happen to you, they're not your friends. You know sometimes you only have friends when you're down and they want. You to fail or want you to be that. So you happy to see you there. You lose friends sometimes when you grow and when you add a fire yourself, you know you can't take everyone with you. So how do you decide what to share and when to like take the steps forward leaps and like you know such a good question and A. Natural thing where you just like I'm tired like I can't do it anymore. What you said about the thing with your half orange when you snapped, there's just only so much time you can hold something in and when I start feeling like I'm carrying shame or being an authentic or phony are fake. Yeah. That's when I go like, oh I'm just lying to people. Yeah, and that feels weird to. Release that I need to share that there are other times that I'm like you know what I don't need to shit like when I went through my by a breaking up with my gauge everyone was like so excited for me because I was like the girl that was never gonNa get married and like you know it's like people think if you're a woman who single that your life must be like so miserable. And I felt all this pressure to not tell everyone But then I started feeling inauthentic and like I was lying in betraying people and I was feeling like all this shame and I couldn't make I couldn't be funny. I. Also couldn't be funny because I couldn't make jokes I had to keep pretending I was engaged side just like I was like. Oh. My job is to show up and make these people laugh and I can't do that. So now this is actually like alive bill job you have to make people laugh I mean what do you do that? That is so hard you gotTa Make People Laugh and cry, and all the things stand there in front of them like it's called a bad childhoods. What it's called, give one to your daughter and she can also do that. said. Don't go home tonight. Don't feed her dinner and completely ignore her as she during the chicken coup. Labor, in the chicken coop letter get packed and she to can grow up to have. A bird repair her lip off. You guys. I've been told you the story but Ida Roth Bird ripped my lip and half yesterday and it looks like I have. which is just a great luck around Hillary Duff. But But yeah, it's just like such a fascinating thing to have to decide and I think it's all your gut and there are times when I'm like I should keep that to myself. For Self. CARE. Like I need to keep that like I talked really openly about link eating disorders and stuff, and there are days when I'm like wish I hadn't shared all that because it's taken me so long to move through them and did not think about food in my body all day every day and then come up to me and be like you. I haven't eating disorder new. Got Me through it and I'm like. A Tuesday to thirty at the airport and I don't want to have to you know and I'm like the yeah I'm like it is what it is and I'm so grateful that that affected anybody in a poignant way because when I was going through it, all I wanted was to read a book about someone who had gone through because I thought. I was only one but there are times when I'm like I wish I hadn't heard that. Only two Oh when I the time that I ate my placenta and And then everyone was like my quote was like it was delicious. Not. Backed up. Did you eat it in pill form or did you how did you eat it not quite until form what? Was the whole conversation maybe the other podcasts, one of those. Oh. You mean, the one we. Cutting room floor the one that doesn't air. So I had a home birth and midwives I call them the witches they're pretty like hippy dippy. Little different thinking right and my sister ate her placenta but like in pill form. Reads dried kind of thing I. Don't know if she she. She did it I don't know how much it's got some kind of vitamins in. Say. that. You you're like stops your body from like hemorrhaging after you have a baby. Re put it in the other way. I know. It feels like that ship has sailed in terms of. What's going on down? To Stop the bleeding. Anyway but anti do eat their placenta in the wild you but do that because they don't want predators. Yes to remove this. Yeah to remove the smell blood. Bay. Say That gives you all kinds of energy and nutrients and helps balance your hormones and stuff like that and still completely like repulsed by but. They were like we usually like a M-. The moms will put a little tiny piece of it in a smoothie and like lots of robberies I know smoothie that was on the floor of his car. But you know what that is such. Because when he does bad things and I get mad at him I liked to torture him like all had this phone. I've no idea like he'll be searching one time he got sick and I like Christly in our bedroom seventy I know. But I feel funny. Cheated on me in my mind and then I think they on your call. I think fun to live with. Me If you need help did yeah. Got If you need a place to stay the night. Let all make. Their orange on your instagram if you need help. Gasoline him turning the heat up and we don't. Deserve. He's like I am Cova but you're joining the heat up on me Kenny. Such a wild prank. Video to. Doing my child. So. You had to do it worked L.. I. Didn't like eat the whole. Micro does I- micro dosed and it was in like a Like when was the last time you ate a smoothie that was made with apple juice. A quarter after never right. Yeah delicious like an Apple. Apple juice since I was like in detention as a kid I don't think those little apple juices that are like the little round. Three top. Yeah. Yeah. So it was like legit apple juice with like strawberries, embarrassing banana and like I literally. Yeah. Yeah and Placenta. Just tastes like. I saw that. Aren't they. Like. Big Like or be okay. But I know it sounds gross but it's so bad ass that a woman can grow at temporary Oregon. I mean, it's and then you can eat it. Off. Like. Author time for you to go. Let's go back to talking about your bloody knuckles. I just assumed but the breastfeeding. Glass cutting your now. Oh Yeah. Yeah they never blessed. Pasties, your nipples have been through online you really really subject them to kill. That's my publicist. Sorry not. Sorry Can I just I'm getting dry I love. So okay. There's a couple of things number one I know I have to let you go by. Number one, you changed my life because I watched makeup tutorial video. You did I was like yesterday it was like doing research and stuff and you. Did this thing with your I brush where your where You're I yes. You're crease and then you went down the side of your nose and I blew my mind I called the jail. Do you just learn to do this from growing up on sets with makeup artists? Yes. Yeah I think after Lizzie is when I started doing like and I got into like music. So I was like you know working with a lot of different makeup artists and stuff and I was like I realized. I love makeup didn't want to know if you're getting into music was your choice one, hundred percent I wanna be Britney Spears. Not. Now You had me on the floor how Britney Spears the other day I. Love Her I love her till the day I die. What are we going to do you? Because you weren't being mean and you know like you were being funny and the facts were there and I was like I'm. Now, I mean and I were dying why don't we? Just we have to do something maybe she's perfectly happy you'd think would you be happy and we're in the same press peasant top every day for four months from BB. For that and be peasant top and then low rise I mean that that I mean the yellow stitch. Those holler little shore because we're living in right now I know that's a good point. That's a good point. She's been in corn literally husband's like honey I'm feeling too much. I can't like the fires and the election and The world is going to die his try to protect yourself from that I've started doing less news. Well, how do you do less news like it finds you there's yet so true you can't escape it. Now you know the good news for me is I have my kids so I can literally be like They need a sack and a water lunch and the two shoes on and you know what I mean. This is what I'm GonNa need today like here's your schedule. Here's what you know like focus on just like the small things. Instead of the the things you can actually solve the things you can actually control instead of all the things we can what's your take on lying to kids When it's necessary you you have to write Santa Claus Easter Bunny the whole thing. Oh, one, hundred percent I think maybe this is going to be the year. For little but is banks automatically telling him he's going to have to. Full out come out and ask. But you know what is funny. Is I think some kids like to hold onto the Hold onto the magic like because we have the Elf on the shelf. Oh yes. So thrilled for Jimmy to come back, he can't wait and by the way Jimmy's shit on of work. Times where I'm like in bed and hat and I'll be jenny like one of US alike favor rocks who's got to go move him in like do something epic with him i. feel like they kind of know like I look back and I'm like I. Feel like I knew there wasn't a giant fair either took my teeth. You know what I mean like I'm trying to look back you think. Very Oh and I have no. My legit sprinkled some fairy dust on the dollar bill and he was like shows. Like I, can't tell if that's traumatizing to them or not. Like we look back and I'm looking at my parents lied to me literally everything all the time and I always wonder what I'm GonNa do. You you have is so let him have the Magic Fund and they'll be fine. You'll be fine. That's the least traumatic thing just like every kids at this point. What is Halloween GonNa be. What do you have to offer Halloween? I mean, do you already have costumes lined up? I guess I don't know. I feel like I've had to purses bubble a couple of times like Halloween might not be the sameness not happen. We'll masks already in masks the Halloween is maybe the only holiday I feel like we can do they put this thing that was like Halloween's canceled this year. Literally Forbidden I'm like, have you been to a target lately because there's about two hundred and fifty frequent shoppers in their? Difference Halloween's outside. I'm not dying for my good to go take candy from a random person's house but like. Come home spray it down like and it doesn't live on surfaces right right that so I don't know it's so the kids have had such a rough year. I. Think that. I probably let him go with like a small group. I'm going to be in New York. So would you late he can do Halloween at my house. Doing season seven is a season seven of younger. That is so awesome sane. Really wish I had bought an apartment also I'm GonNa say something that just as someone that is like may chose before it gets better every season and that never hap- yeah that we had a few I. Forget what season wasn't my favorite but it did from there like get better and better and I was like this Darren like are writers rate during star nine. Oh. Two Anno- Melrose Place. Did you watch those shows? You're really older sister. S Yeah. So I did and then sex in the city I'm not. Would you let your kids we actors I think Luka, wants to be an actor and I would but I would make sure that they would have to go to play your son and a movie. And I would have to be the men to. The. Biggest inspiration. no I would because I have a great life you know and I think that I would as someone who grew up with it. I. Know How to navigate certain things and I would not want anything like handed to him. I had to work my ass off. We didn't know anybody you know when we came here. So I would take him to auditions like but he would have school would have to be a priority and he would have to prove that to me because that's the one thing is sometimes i. By the way have done really well for myself and I'm sitting in a room sometimes and I'm like not they're talking about. You know because I don't I don't have a proper education and I learned so many other valuable things and I think I have a genuine interest in things. So I'm not completely lost and people are talking about something that happened in history but I did not have the greatest education. But again, everything I learned isn't even true. You didn't need to go to wall at all. It's all it was wrong. Anyway I didn't know the seven continents. I was really proud of myself for that one. Lucas doing that in school right now I don't like I don't even want unbear- embarrass myself and try I can tell you. Antarctica south. America North America Africa Asia. Europe that? Six We. Candida North America eight Asia Australia is Shirley its own continent. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Okay. We got to see what we did it. How many how many actresses does it take to name seven continents? Okay. I'm GONNA do a speed round because I know I have to let you go kristen's GonNa kill me and your children are going to kill me your husband's going to kill me. I've already talked about soccer. Please I just want to confirm. I asked her to check the battery in the car. But soccer back needs to be packed. Yes. I said soccer is a blanket. Thanks, daughter snacks, and water for Luca. We're cleats are I think there's a ball in the car the red ones with have like the soccer attached. Out. Okay, stars are just. Have to do deletion Shin Guards with talks. She runs a tight ship and a pair of flights for me. I'm going to. To do is to come in your car so that we can get there you can stay and then I'll take on how to get her. Okay. Yeah. You're going to a park after this. Yeah. My son has soccer. So. Cute. It's what how do you are you like a competitive like? Skett. Not. During practice at all but during the Games. Yeah. I'm not like screaming but I'm encouraging. Yeah. To. To Yell at other Parents No. But once we had a really aggressive mom on the other team. These are kids it was flag football. and. She made. A sign that five bodies had hold five other bodies with huge glitter. Letters on them like saying like broncos or whatever their team was called and I was like that is so aggressive and they were so loud screaming. It was a freaking flag football game for eight year old I was like. What is wrong with you and they were kicking our ass they were like all way bigger than our kids blah, Blah Blah and like all right now you're smoking us. Put the damn sign. Like yes. Slaughter rule you're winning you do this and who has the time You're listening don't. We get it you went to Joanne's fabric. Went to Michael's. Single one kid that's a one kid poster person. It is. So she doesn't ever car keys, is she a mask a she feels like on point or is she like quickly before I have to go? I got invited to. Make a whole new group of friends for banks right like her mom does mommy fence and I found a really Nice Group of friends. Thank God I'm like sweating I gotta take this off. So I found. So I've been hang out with them. We do a couple like singing things in the backyard like all spaced out and they have these she has tiffany. To tiffany. Let me, our has these lovely her her inlaws invited us to their beach house in Marina del Rey just to like go outside and hang with the kids and have a beach day. My daughter screamed for forty five minutes and was the jerk of the party did wouldn't let me set her down I'm sweating am hot like. Like screaming and the one time that she did let me set her down. She went and picked up a shovel, hit her friend in the head with it and I was like an relieving. Cool. So we're leaving. They like. To the, beach she's amazing but she's also a beast. They walked to the beach and I was like I just I had to go. I'm so sorry banks like a nightmare. I can't do it anymore like it's been forty five minutes I drove to Marina, Del Rey. That's like not every day that we go on a little adventure, you ruined this and talking to two year old I'm not. GonNa make. My bathing suit I'm Sandy I'm sweaty. I have like three bags. I'm trying to get into their house just to go down the elevator because I had to park in. There's no parking in Marina del Rey right they have the cylinder tube thing that like only one body can fit in and I'm trying not to get like sand all over the house and I'm like GM myself with my daughter inside this like cylinder Tube Sands on my butt in a Bikini 'cause I I was just like scrambling to go okay I get downstairs. Rosia so low, you can't get the door open and I have to climb through my front door. With my child to crawl into the back to put her in the freaking carseat right as the dad comes downstairs and my, but it's just like. Like in where the link, the middle consulates and I'm like strapping her in and I'm like I'm basically in tears at this point right and he's like, Hillary did you need some help I might? Some Also Nasdaq. Screwed. This up. It's like it's too complicated. It's yeah. I find the little car and with kids toys how did they not on mixed into the other little cars also I just need actual buttons to press I'm not that smart I can't. Hang and the thing, and it's like and then it is I am a hot mess. I will call her and I'll be like. I don't know I met sunset and and Blair, and she's like, give me a mainstream. How do parents? A. Yeah. Exactly. Like I see a AAA like I don't know. In Canada with my family and she called me and was like I'm in Santa, Monica? Like. where I don't know how to get home from here and I was like, do you another? Sitting on the dock with my family. My car in the parking lot I'd happened all the time. My son will be lost again know what I do. Oh my God I lost again mom are I just like a year ago stopped finding my car parking lots based on what color car was next to my car. That was my thing I was like. Whitney. Redcar and blue car. Red. Like it didn't occur. Than that I'm better. I'm better than. Like the cars weren't GonNa stay just for me and my. My. Weird I parked blue car I read car. So weird prank like. I'm very desi when it comes to that shed that is I feel like if I said that to you, you'd be like. I have to quit. The line the bar is low. Far Hillary Duff has normal problems she has bullshit to this feels good to watch this feels good to just see her have regular problems last thing any advice good advice you've gotten In your lung cancer just good advice. Good Advice. Any good relationship advice any good parenting advice Let them cry do you just let them cry it out when you? When do you go? Do you go and do you go when they're? When they go in and that's my biggest question. Really if I hear my dogs barking, I can't handle it and I'm like I know that when I have a kid, I'm GonNa have to let them cry. Oh, it depends on the kid on interesting. Yeah. I would probably never have let Luca crime more than ten minutes not minutes. Thanks. That's fine. She just hit someone with a shovel. CRY FOR THIRTY MINUTES BEFORE And the five minutes and the idea is let them stuff burn. Trusting yeah. She's fine. I'm watching her yeah fine. But it also second baby away I'll come Angeles be like high near like psychopath. Yeah. You just thought you were dying that worked. Yeah. I. Is hold her hands like get me out I'm like, no what's My La. Desk. Yeah. Her Sorry I don't know. Put Me on the spot October twenty fifth. And your birthday is coming up. My birthday is coming on beat thirty three. Are you ever go? I'm a libra you're right on the coast. I'm a libra. I am I know. So as banks she decided, I had a psychic. Tommy. That she was like I carried her so low and the psychic kept being The psychic was like I was like, what am I having her come on? Isn't she gonNA come out early like I'm so sick of this I hate to be slowed down. I've got like things to you're very like on it and so. She was like, oh no, she's coming out on her due date and she wants to be a Scorpio and she wants to be born on a full moon. She was born on a harvest full moon on her due date when it turned. Scorpio. Like she's a real psycho thing versus she was like she was like I just. I just keep thinking I, call her dancing daughter through dancing and I was like it's of weird she is always dancing. She does the funniest little dance. I'll show you when this is all over like she's always in I I missed her Mr Class today because of you. And whole she's GonNa become a comedian right we're going to have she will be able to pay her way. Too Much attention kids need adversity to be successful. You're welcome. My friend were sending tiffany was sending me a video was like she won't stop dancing I. Don't know what's going on like all the other kids are acting normal. She's covered in shaving cream and just like shocking her. She's going to run the world this one. Bill Carrey. Yeah Make. You do this again, one day I will come back anytime. I'm obsessed with your is shadow your everything he did this for you tie love it. I've been trying to wear blue eyeliner for the entire quarantine and it does not look anything like that I look ridiculous i. Send you this you're going to look like I'm a woman in Albuquerque going through a divorce. It looks sad when. You're wrong. I've seen it I. also love your that make a video. You did that just at home. It was so soothing. You were so calm. Remember the one she just did in her house sign says with your pink hair can I tell talk? I copied this from you. I had green hair in the beginning. Of course I loved it. Yeah. The Murky Green. So Murky Murky Lake what was swampy? Lake it was something was what like? Yeah this is all Benson Benson handled. It was this took about eight hours to bleach and then but this is only like one wash ours is so brave to bleach your whole head. Yeah. You've committed even more to lose than. Thank you for phrasing it. That way I think it's more has nothing going on? I think it's more undesirable. knockin basically. No continuity issues here nothing happening no I was actually shooting a movie when the pandemic happened and after like three months hundred and then I was like remember it was like we were GonNa go member that month of denial where we thought this was last till like I dunno June. Or you know yeah, and then finally I just went for it and then a week afterwards they're like we're back in production of success. You guys don't you love it. Don't you wait like feels love. I love it. No one talks to you. Everyone thinks you're crazy no asks you for advice like it's the best to ask you to watch their kids. There's just something I started getting perceived as a little bit too responsible and I had to do something about it. Now, people don't expect me like respond to texts or emails and. I need to go back to that life. Yes. You just have to find a way to just like look crazy I basically get text every couple of days they're like, hey, how you doing you? Okay. Hey. Girl Hey girl. I've had a manic break and I have. Anything else. Camper Advice I don I feel like you've shared so much already though. Just like a beacon of wisdom just you are I'm not joking, yes. Yes. I've always just you just have like a lot of grace and like we're all I thought that was a lot of grace which I have been automated. Thing, I want to talk to you about is your hair. Something's gotTa happen. I agree it's a hair point on Monday you gotTa have fun. That's my advice. You've got to have fun half to the other day now more than ever. I gave her the job of cleaning out the fish tank hate doing I will do that you. I will come over and do that. Great we have crested. You can clean out that and the fish tank problem with the chicken coop or the crested Gecko. But when there's lives at stake, I will truly do that. No joke. Well, I'm obsessed I. Use to steal fish from fish tanks when I was a kid I'll meet you put them in my pocket and then my mom and find them and be like honey. You can't do this anymore. I wanted to keep them I don't know the reason, I. Actually did she was stealing from Bloomingdale's We. Are. The Best, you're not gonNA WANNA quit a fish tank because the like when Lauren separated the fish and had them in the thing. She's like. Scrubbing having an Mike I can't believe how long these kinds of lasted for his crazy like they're so cute like Ninja. Tesla Sunshine was the other one. She's like what I'm like where's your one? She's like. What are you talking about I'm? Kill you. She is sadistic, but also there's one that has these little the catfish cleaner sucker. Yeah. He's got these little like saying whiskers. Well, I couldn't get him outside to grab him. Those are hard and Spiky by the way. Tokyo and she's like, no. No, they're like soft. I, was like I have I think I have a cut a stab in hemorrhage from a whisker from a sharp with like a bar but like Little porcupine little porcupines I literally. Like I like to play by play pranks do I. Mean you really do I would like. How we need to get a show out of this, it's like I pay to watch. So she was filming me and shipped to pretend that I wouldn't know. Zach was filming banks. Come on, get it but really she's like you easily dark. And then hosted by the way. You need my hair to match that down. Into the House is fair game. I would like to come over anytime. I would like to get. A film. The turning the heat of is still sends chills down. Here, you sound crazy I mean it's diabolical. That is look at the slow bird i. mean that's a slow. You're really that's not like a one time prank like a bucket falls on your head. That's like you're you're watching someone think they're going crazy turned up his but willing the cooler now have you have you figured? Have you found out about earlier? On. Do you get hot when you sleep? God I take I. Take Sleeping Pills Oh God. Yes I do I wake up sweaty sometimes yeah. Okay. Well, clearly, it's not big enough problem for you because I feel like either you have a response we you're like, yes, I need that or like I black myself out I'm unconscious I've so many other problems before overheating at this point. I don't get mixed so many sleeping pills. Man Excellent NASA Ambien Nyquil like I'm on such a weird cocktail like I think before we need like Betty Ford to come in. I always end these very awkwardly. Don't write elephants as always how I Anna don't right elephants 'cause it's me into the elephants. hookah wants to be an elephant activist and an actor can I we need to talk yeah okay? The elephants we went to Africa for our honeymoon. US can't get rid of me. So this is my truly I will do this. All Day. I will do this day because you the the fans are GonNa Freak out that it wasn't long enough that I didn't keep you long enough. So. Far Yet, no I'm dying to I'm dying toe is going to before cove ed you're in Mozambique right? We went to Mozambique after we were in Kruger Park Oh yeah. UTAH. Is that we didn't see it's in Gita but guitar is amazing. I've always wanted to say that we stayed at Lion Sands which is like equally as amazing. They're all kind of knew each other and what happens when you see the animal in the wild? It's a just what's the feeling? The first animal will we saw we saw the most adorable. Three hundred elephants bathing in this mud pond on the just from the the the airport to the hotel I die it's insane. You just come out of this like Gorgeous airport and you're just in an open air vehicle and you're in like the park in vain. So it's funny. You start to see like zebras elephants and you're like, okay move after a few days. Cody's squirrels at this point. Yeah. I would say, even less rare than a coyote like it's like a dog your. But but they're pretty amazing but the the the I like scary one we saw was A. I always confuse it. It was a cheetah. And I always say leopards are like there's no up. Yeah, like Ido Guide conflict those who is a Cheetah and it was coming around my side of the car and I'm like, okay, this is okay, right this is cool. Everything's cool. Just like like stave a gun in the car. Don't they have you're dealing with like on the front of the car and the thing is over here by me and I'm in the back seat and it just like starting to like body on the car. It's Clearer snow. It's SMELLY. Placenta this can't, be. This cannot be good years ago. Yeah that it was it was really it's it's insane at first. You're totally freaked out and then also like rhinos and hippos or super dangerous super dangers they charge. Yeah. They're very aggressive and you can tell or even an elephant. If you see like a Bull Elephant that wind surfing really feisty throw show. Yes and don't like mode you'll just come up on A. Bunch of trees that have been mowed down they'll know there's like a bull elephant nearby and one of them was like standing in the walkway like not the walkway like the dry the pathway and we're just like rocking back and forth looking at US and they're like, okay, we're just GonNa wait a wait amount. He'll get bored after awhile or just a building it's A. Building that can sprint yes I. This place I work with pause arc that I'm GonNa. Talk to you about afterwards they are the elephant enclosure. Let me help you build enclosures. They took all the elephants from the Barnum Bailey Shutdown Barnum. Bailey. took all the elephants in their up north near Sacramento and. Choir? No, it's so cool. I'm going to take you and because I'm we got let me help you with an enclosure I work hard I tore like I've you know I've sold a couple podcast ads in my day how much and it's like for a bull elephant enclosure something like eight million dollars because of the steel has to go I think it's like thirty feet into the ground. Okay I'm GONNA just go take a couple that caller power pizza campaign I just passed on have to do. To do act TV ad after all. Do you ever see people that like to the thing you turn down? All the ones I get. For sure I'm like summer's Eve I feel so fresh. Thanks Hillary. But yet when a bull elephant is in thrush they I mean they can flip cars they can you know there's so strong and so they can't put them in the while they can kill other elephant right? Because they've been I mean you'd have to get them to Africa from here, which is just a fortune but pause is one of the few in the United States. GPS accredited sanctuaries, which is what we call tolerable sanctuary tolerable confinement taller. have. So Space Yeah and they're socialized properly. But yeah, the bull the ball just so hard to keep in captivity because it's just so fucking strong. Yeah but I've got to take you back the most magical place banks. She'll flip over an elephant, but we could take Luca. Oh right right right. Right. Right. Okay. Luca. Snow banks banks will. Be. Here we can. If, we can ever find your keys. We will make this trip. How about that? We just call will he'll start the car for. All right I'll see you guys in the screaming at me that I didn't ask enough questions about Lizzie McGuire I love you but she is my real friend and I'm not GonNa ruin my friendship with her to get you gossip about Maguire it'll come out when it comes out. I love you Hillary. Thank you for doing this what a time if I'm thank you for having I. Love You. I could literally. The mind.

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Thu. 2/27 - Britney Spears Posted a Video of Her Foot Breaking

Celeb News Ride Home

17:26 min | 11 months ago

Thu. 2/27 - Britney Spears Posted a Video of Her Foot Breaking

"Hello and welcome to these celebrities ride home for Thursday February twenty seventh twenty twenty. I'm your host Kate Raft. It's another great day in the world of celebrity gossip. Lot of fun stuff. Going on Lady Gaga boyfriends ex girlfriend wrote a New York Times opinion piece about finding out that her ex was dating lady Gaga. And it's so good. Oh my God I'm not GonNa go into detail about it but I linked it in the show notes so check that out and also. I'm just like I'm riding high on cloud nine because my girl Charlotte. Aubrey is killing the game. She's on ellen singing shallow. You all know who Charlotte. Aubrey is right. She is that like British woman who was in that viral video where the guy was like finished the lyric and he started singing shallow and then she started singing her way. She's so good and she was like. Yeah I'm a singer anyway. We fully stand Charlotte Aubrey in this house. A lot of people think that that video was staged and it was like meant to go viral so that people would follow her music career. I personally choose to believe that it was genuine viral moment. Okay and that is my religious beliefs and you cannot persecute my religious belief. Okay this is crazy and not take a lot of people think that was staged it was not stays. They were the guy. And you're on your way where I was actually on my way to make my friend. You heard the woman. She was literally on the way to meet her friend. Okay so a layoff Charlotte. Aubrey okay. She is my queen she is my God okay and I prayed to her daily all right. Let's get to today's topic's shall we? Number one Britney Spears posted a video of her foot. Breaking Hilary Duff weighs in on the precarious state of the lizzie. Mcguire reboot. We've got a Mossy Mo and Laurie Law. Flynn Update Taylor. Swift is a hot drag king in her new music video for the man and Prince. Harry has dropped the word Prince from his name. He's just going by Harry now. Here's what missed today in the world of Celebrity News. If you're listening to this podcast right now. I want you to press pause and just take a look to your right. Take a look to your left. If there's anybody nearby check in on them ask them how they're doing. I need you to just wrap up yourself and everyone around you in warmth and love and support because listen. Were all a little traumatized today. And it's important that we look out for each other. Okay and why are we all a little traumatized while because we all watched a video of Britney Spears breaking her foot? That's right yesterday. Brittany Spears posted a video. That captured the exact moment when she broke her foot. It's so disturbing. You can literally hear the bones snapping in the video. Who had yes. I watched it and no. I'm not okay. I'M NOT OKAY. I may never be the same after watching that video. The caption of the video which was posted on instagram. Reads as follows and I quote. I haven't danced in six months so I was full throttle at this spot and yes. I know I'm barefoot. Don't laugh but grip the floor better that way. Ps You can hear where. I broke my foot here. Sorry it's kind of loud and quote. Jeez way to bury the lead in the video. She's wearing a yellow sports bra and some black workout shorts. She's dancing gorgeous. Liam Units Britney Spears. She's an amazing dancer. Anyway at the very end of the video you can see where she twists her foot the wrong way and she falls over and who boy. You can hear a loud snapping sound and that my friends is when her foot bone broke. I guess anyway. I released a poll on our shows. Twitter account at celebrity home and I also released hole and the secret celeb- news ride home. Page facebook group and asked you lovely listeners. If I should play the sound of Britney's foot breaking on the pod today I got to say the majority of people did want me to play the sound of Britney's foot breaking but the results were pretty neck and neck and you know what I'm just I'm not GonNa do it. I'm not GonNa make you listen to the sound of Britney Spears's foot bragging but I do encourage you to head over to her instagram page and checkout video yourself. You will be traumatized so just make sure you cancel all your plans for the rest of the day so that you can just like. He'll and try to get back to normal. Because it will throw you for a loop. It is not normal to watch a video of someone breaking their foot. It is not a normal thing. It doesn't happen every day. Okay but if you're gonNA watch it just be prepared it's traumatizing some not. GonNa play the audio clip of that. But what I will play for. You is this bizarre clip of Britney Spears. She's in Maui. Filming a flock of birds for some reason. She has a gap tooth between her front teeth. I don't remember Brittany ever having a space between our two front teeth. But Hey maybe she stopped wearing her retainer and I celebrate but I'm pro people stopping wearing their retainers. Everybody let your teeth grow weary. Let them get crooked. Why Not Anyway? Watch listen to this clip and prepare yourself. 'cause I don't think we're going to be able to handle the weird accent that Britney takes on at the end of the video. It's truly it's unnerving right now. I'm in Maui and I hear thousands of birds check this out. That's God accent a British au Brittany. She's having fun. She's having fun in Maui. She's trying to heal her broken foot. Anyway I need you to head over to Brittany's INSTAGRAM AND WATCH THE CLIP. Where her foot brakes just do it? I don't want to be the only one that's seen it. Okay you need to do what? Eleanor Roosevelt said. Okay do one thing every day. That scares you today. Let that one thing be watching. Britney Spears break. Her foot weird is going on with the Disney. Plus lizzy McGuire reboot and a lot of people are saying that it might now beginning shelves yesterday. Hillary Duff The star of the not yet rebooted franchise posted a cryptic message on her instagram story. Variety summed up the whole thing writing quote late. Tuesday night duff posted. A screen shot to her instagram story of news headline about the planned. Disney plus love Simon series. Now titled Love Victor. The show was moved this week to Hulu. After it was deemed not family friendly enough for the Disney branded streamer in her post. Duff circled the words family friendly in the headline and wrote above. It sounds familiar and quote. The status of Lizzie. Mcguire was already kind of in jeopardy. After the news broke last month. They were halting production after they fired the show runner Terry Mickey they had already filmed two episodes. But now it's like totally screeched to a halt anyway. Production has remained at a standstill since then and they still haven't hired anyone to take his place. According to variety multiple anonymous sources close to production have said that Hillary Duff is not happy with Disney for firing the original showrunner and Disney allegedly did it in the Super Shady. Way Variety summed this up writing quote production on the show began in November but had paused in early January as duff was going on her honeymoon in Mozambique two days before she returned variety broke the news that Minsk he would be fired according to multiple sources Minsk staff the production team and Duff learned that Minsk was being removed as show runner only after the variety story was published and quote. I can't believe they fired. Hilary Duff's show runner while Hillary was on her honeymoon and they didn't even tell anyone they just like let them read about it in the news. that's so shady you anyway justice for. Hillary Duff one of my all time fades and justice for Lizzie. Mcguire also justice for the cartoon version of lizzie. Mcguire that only lizzy can see. Okay because cartoon lizzie was a real one and we stand. Therapy is so important. It gives you a cab ury to talk about your feelings and it's nice to do it with the professional who can give professional insight on what's going on in your weird little messed up brain. I love being therapy. It's completely changed my life. I'm just like a happier person for being in therapy. That's why I'm so happy. Better help exists better. Help will assess your needs and match you with your own license to professional therapist better. Health is committed to facilitating great therapeutic matches so they make it easy and free to change counselors whenever you need to. It's more affordable than traditional offline. Counseling and financial aid is available better health. Wants you to start living a happy life today. 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I've just been sleeping so much better like my anxiety has gotten the volume turned down on it. You know what I'm saying. It's super easy to take place a few drops of feels under your tongue and you feel the difference pretty quickly. I usually wait like thirty seconds of the Nice. It's extremely easy. Feels has me feeling my best every day and it can help you to become a member today by going to feels dot com slash celeb- and you'll get fifty percent off your first order with free shipping that's F. E. A. L. S. dot com slash celeb- to become a member and get fifty percent automatically taken off your first order with free shipping. That's feels dot com slash celeb-. Okay it's time for a Mossy Mo and Laurie college admissions scandal update first of all our main update here is that. Mossy has grown a huge beard. I mean it's a big big beard. And here's the real question is his beard full of lies or is it a beard of truth. Okay everybody. That's the question. We don't know the answer yet. But based on new information that's coming out about their upcoming trial apparently Laurean Moscow's legal team is arguing that the F. B. I. Told Rick Singer till I about how much Laurie and Mossy actually knew according to Laurie and Mossy Mos- lawyer Sean Berkowitz quote singers notes indicate that. Fbi agents yelled at him and instructed him to lie by seeing that he told his clients who participated in the alleged side door scheme that their payments were bribes rather than legitimate donations that went to the schools and quote so Laurean Bossy Mo are now allegedly gonNA argue in court that they thought their donations were legitimate donations to the school and not bribes and that Rick Singer was told to lie and say the opposite of that. Okay sure but like they must have known something was up when they had. Oj And at Bella pose for crew rowing photos right like they can't be fully innocent just because of the money stuff. I mean those girls don't even know what an or looks like let alone how to row one my right my right anyway. That's the Laurie and Mossy Mo- update if you're wondering what our girl. Olivia jade is up to. Let me tell Ya. Oj recently posted a mirror selfie in this incredibly ornate marble bathroom and wrote quote dream. Bathroom and quote. It's unclear if the dream bathroom is her own bathroom. Or if it's a bathroom she was a visiting also on Valentine's Day O. J. Posted a couple of gram of her and her boyfriend Jackson got the. They're getting cozy on the couch. So in honor of OJ getting cozy on Valentine's Day. I'm going to close out this segment with a cozy alarm cozy cozy. Thanks for tuning into today's Lori and Mossy Mo- update may mossy most beard grow ever longer and May. Oj One day. Find her dream bathroom. Okay so Taylor. Swift has a new music video out today for her song the man and in the video which she directed herself she has fully transformed herself into a man with extensive prosthetics and spends most of the video man spreading smoking cigars and just being like an overall obnoxious dude that makes everyone around him roll their eyes. I think I'm into the video I think you know. It's worth checking out. At least she manages to include a few digs at scooter braun throughout the whole thing. Like there's a sign in the subway station that just says no scooters allowed at one point? The Rock Dwayne the Rock Johnson. I should say makes a cameo. He plays the voice over for Taylor Swift's man character's voice. I gotta say my favorite part of the video is when drag King Taylor swift takes a piss against the wall of a subway and when Taylor walks away it reveals that she peed the words the man onto the wall. I feel like music videos. Don't utilize P humor enough respect the PP joke. You know so. Check out the video. And if you're into drag king stuff in general there's some really great drag king performers all over the world. One of my personal favorites is my friend. Taylor or see you can follow her at instagram on Taylor or see she does an amazing drag king character named trae Taylor's performance in the music video like definitely reminds me of Taylor's trae character anyway. Support your local drag kings. Everyone this has been A. Psa Harry is now. The artist formerly known as Prince. Yes that's right. Prince Harry has officially dropped the word from his name. Harry is now going by Harry. He's no longer going by Prince Harry. Okay he's hairy now just one word no last name. Harry is Harry. Here's an audio clip of Harry getting introduced at an event in Scotland. Helping Cole. All of this together today is his Royal Highness. The Duke of Sussex who wants to say a few words to kick start the day and he's made it clear that we are all just to call him. Harry so ladies and gentlemen please give a bake warm Scottish. Welcome to Harry. Funky on there he is. He's just Harry. You heard the lady he just wants to be called Harry. I like the way they didn't sum this up. They wrote quote. People are assuming this is to be another response to the news of the Queen wanting the to remove the royal aspect of their title on their Social Media. Slash brand and quote so yeah. The Queen doesn't want them to be. You know called anything royal anymore. So he's not prince anymore he's just Harry and I think it's chic. I think it's chic to just go by Harry. I mean there. Aren't that many other famous. Harry's right now I guess there's Harry Styles Harry Hamlin but if you just say Harry I think I know who you're talking about. I think I know you're talking about the artist. Formerly known as Prince Harry Harry and Meghan they can be monotonous non last name having Harry and Meghan look well. That's it for today's episode of celebrities. Ride home thank you so much for listening. I've been your host Kate Raft. You can follow me at Kate. Raft everywhere you can follow this show at Celeb- ride home on instagram and twitter. Thank you so much derived home media and my co producer and engineer. Jack Allison leave us. Those great little reviews on Apple podcast. I love reading them. Thank you so much for doing. It is sincerely really really really really really all right. I gotta go. I'm going to go vote early today. Early voting is open in California. So I'm GONNA go vote. I'm going to be you know a voter are everyone. I'll see you tomorrow. I love you. Bye Bye

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074: Get Your Impact Started with Duff Gardner

Shower Epiphanies

43:44 min | 9 months ago

074: Get Your Impact Started with Duff Gardner

"Welcome to this shower. Epiphanies podcast where we explore your hidden thoughts and desires revealing greatest. Drop the MIC moment. Now here's your host our Castillo. Welcome to the shower. Tiffany's podcast today. Duff Gardner is my guest from British. Columbia. I've known duff. I guess probably a little over a year Madam at the New Media Summit in Austin and he's just an incredible human being I love him. He has so much to offer and today we're going to hear his journey and story and with that being said. I take us away a art. I'm super honored to be on your show. Been looking forward to it today. It's a beautiful sunny day. Here in Victoria bit cool by your standards it's in the mid forties but not a cloudy sky and that's the way I feel about your podcast so thanks for having me on the show. I'm honored to have you always thank you. You've been asking me a little bit about. I guess my story and kind of what is going on in my world. Is that something that I could talk to your audience about. Is that right? Oh absolutely yes okay. Well yeah we were talking off line and I think that for me like I was a really shy kid very shy and the way I think about that now as an adult I was reasonable. I've kind of recently decided. I need to be more unreasonable in my life. But you know what happened to me I? In my twenties it was during the dot com time and I was noticing all of my friends. I was married and we were just Maureen and I were just starting a family. We've moved up to a little town in British Columbia called Nelson B C which is a real cultural hub in the Middle Mountains. Everybody was a beautiful place to start raising a family and I was feeling kind of away from all the excitement that was happening in the big cities was in the ninety S. And I had this idea that I wanted to get involved in dot coms so I stepped out of my comfort zone and I started created a startup. And wouldn't you know what I did that kind of at the back end of Dot Com during doc Bob so I actually I most successful startup actually happened during dot bomb. And that's where we had our success so as a great learning experience where I had to step into being completely out of my comfort zone creating the startup so kind of went from an idea. I was called care wave and changed over a couple of years but by the time we hit our peak we were very first alliance partner for black period. Which was the big mobile company of the day? And we were touring around with them as one of their first alliance partners just a small little company at Vancouver. We had three stories in a cool area. Post and beam office in that Cooper. We're winning financing forums. We're doing all these fun things. It was a great experience but for someone who's like mayberry shy kind kinda reasonable. It was completely stepping out of my comfort zone in the middle of that like a lot of companies like this it came apart and I was actually really good at navigating that misstep and had a bunch of missteps after that but what happened around the same time is that in fact marriage to Maureen and at that point and we'd forged what I'm incredibly proud of today which is a co parenting relationship which has endured over twenty years. So it's really good. I became really good at navigating missteps. That happened life for the things that happen in life the obstacles. What have you and I decided I would take a job. I decided to be reasonable. I decided to listen to everyone around me to be reasonable and to take a more safe job and it was a cool job. It was heading up the new media. Be It was I was a VP. I was running a big multi-million dollar innovation project before the Vancouver Winter Olympics meeting a lot of great people and what happened was that I was working in an environment where one of the key the chairman I guess you could call him would consistently make these comments about gay folks the cultural industry and what he didn't know what people at my workplace didn't know is that what had happened to me. Is that more in? And I had had a conversation about not just separate our marriage but me coming out and being a gay man and and what have you and so although in my personal life everything was going great. We'd Tolo children. Everybody was their friends family. Everybody was on board. You know a few years later after that happened. I was suddenly in an environment where it wasn't safe to be myself and I didn't even understand it deeply at the time that that was something that could be impactful to me. But you're sears later. People start talking more about diversity and inclusion. I started to realize that this had impacted me quite la because what happened is that I ended up. Having a series of panic. Attacks and panic. Attacks are weird things they just kind of happened out of the blue. It's not that you're scared or nervous. It's just it's literally having a heart attack. You really know where it comes from comes from a deep a deep emotional place and I probably still need to learn more about that stuff but in business what that did is it created. Roller coasters here of up and down for a decade. Just trying to learn how to deal without saying so. I think what I've learned more recently. Is this idea that I call standing in your value and it's something that I try to live and it's something that I try to extend. My clients is just understanding. What you're all about at that. Shy Little Kid that I used to be what I tried to do. Is I try to access the unreasonable nece emmy and I try to bring that into everything that I do going forward here. So don't know I have kind of a different story. It's kind of. It's kind of A. I don't know what part about. That's the most interesting. Well I think what's interesting is that through a series of events you've been able to navigate and I'd like to hear how how you navigated through a business failure I guess could call it her business demise to a personal marriage demise and then the journey of coming out and you talk about being shy but you've overcome all of those because there are people out there who fold over any one of those no less three of those events in their life and right. That is something to really be proud of duff. And the net is one of the reasons why I am so proud of you because you have an inner strength that most people don't have and it really is. It's a beautiful thing I mean. It's something that most men will not admit to will not acknowledge. And you've done it and I'd like to hear what your thoughts are on. How how you did it. I mean I don't want need you to get too deep into it but I mean I know that you know how you overcame things right. Thanks for asking. I think that it's interesting. Because like in a very short point of like period of time I had to navigate as you say transitioning from a marriage to a CO parenting relationship in the context and I also had to navigate my first start up again as someone who is shy stepped into is credited proud of that I mean I remember winning the financing form in Toronto standing in front of three hundred venture capitalist and soon after that the company was kind of not there but I navigated that really well as as well so think like what I was proud of is that I seem to have built this ability to navigate some of those challenges in life. And if you contrast that with just being in that one place where. I was trying to be reasonable trying to be a by the way also I invested in. What was it company called? It was a company in Toronto. Anyway long story but I was being reasonable then to didn't work but when I was in that position where you know for example there in the cultural industries. Of course there's a lot of gay folks. So you know the disparaging kind of backhanded comments for some reason like that. Kind of event created panic attack. So if you contrast like marriage ending coming out losing startup and just being able to navigate it again something that feels kind of innocuous like you know not feeling safe in your workplace because people are talking disparagingly about gay folks in getting panic attacks from that. It's really an interesting contrast and so I think what does is it. Shines a light for me. On what subtle biases exist in society can do to people it can be incredibly adapted navigating misteps failures in and yet something which seems like most others creates panic. Attacks in you out of the blue is just very interesting to me to kind of juxtapose. Those two against each other and I think that's why lake later in life here the opportunity to stand up and talk more about the importance of Eberstadt inclusion means a lot to me and I'm fifty four years old and I guess at that point you start to think about what's important to you but I think you you asked me about my story of coming out and how that all works and I would say that that's probably the thing in life. I'm the most proud of. I've had some success in business. But I'm the most proud of that you know it's kind of a long time ago now. We'RE THIRTY S. We met her eighteen. No I am fifty four. I grew up in Alberta which is like Texas. There is not a lot of information or I didn't really understand how her why I was different. Ain't really feel that different than we had met when we're eighteen and so we had five years of dating and ten years of marriage and then we hit that point where a lot of people do Early Thirties. He puts each other through school. Bought houses together hit a bunch of big milestones in life. Your partners in crime and then you have a family and you start to change incredibly. I think that's where a lot of couples hit that drift. And at that point you have to make a choice. Either you're gonNA come back together or do you need to diverge and in my case there are a few things going on but we sat down and the the thing that I'm most proud of is that we forged a strong co-parenting relationship she's remarried. I'm uncle to some of her second set of kids. My kids are twenty three twenty five. Now they've known about this since they were two and four and they're the most independent respectful conscious people that I know and I'm incredibly proud of them. 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Sign up now before the gloominess gets the better of you at Expectation Academy Dot Com one of the things that I want to address that I heard you say you know is that people need to be careful because words hurt and when they don't choose their words carefully and they don't put thought into it about people around them they can do tremendous damage to people and when it comes down to it. You know. There's very little difference than all of us. Where the difference lies is in how we perceive our world around us and when you have a bigger broader view of the world and realize that there is all kinds of different people. It's not only about being gay. It's about having different political ideas. It's about having different raising cultural ideas raising children. I mean you could. There's as many diverse ideas around you've got to be open to other people's ideas and other people's lives without being judgmental and making rude comments about it when you do that you're really limiting your ability to learn about other people because you don't open your eyes you don't open your brain. Your mindfulness is closed. And you really don't see the beauty in that person when you're making these disparaging comments or judgments about other people. And I just wish we would learn not to do it you know. I don't know if we ever will but it would be certainly be a great step forward in the world if we would stop judging other people and just except for who they are and how they are you know a lot of people enter marriage and they want to change their partner. It's the worst way to enter a marriage because you cannot change anybody only they can change themselves and you just got to be open minded enough to include and not judge any thoughts. Yeah actually a big what. I appreciate the opportunity to talk about it because what I'm talking about is not bullying. That's definitely a thing. But there's a subtle cues that we can others whether it's racial cues. Societal accused cultural cues in my case. Yes there was a disparaging comments about gay folks in the culture industry but there was also subtle cues so when they kind of mixed together. The person receiving end of that message just becomes. It's like walking on eggshells. You're not quite sure who you're supposed to be so in my case in that particular position. My job shifted once. There was awareness of me being a gay person and what had occurred to me as was a form of constructive dismissal over time my position less and less responsibility was was given my way it to the point where. I had to leave that position so the subtle nece of the way that we talk about things is sometimes as the obvious so an example would be. I sat down with a good friend of mine and said to me in full support. You know like there's three words that I would. Actually if I had my druthers they would be the things that I would radically from people's vocabulary and so they are lifestyle tolerance and agenda so there is no gay agenda other than like when I go to bed at night. I read way too much hockey news. Everything about the H. l. The at my other agendas to look after my dog other than that. I really don't have one lifestyle you know when we hear that word. It's like in this particular case with friends. She was like well you know. I don't think people should judge your lifestyle I was like I think you're right and I don't think I should judge your lifestyle either knitting grandmother so my lifestyle is like anyone else. I just I live my life in the way. It's supposed to be absolutely you know just because I love has no bearing on what I do during the day Whatever people's perception is that I do? It's can I can assure you it's very boring. And the other thing is this idea of tolerance which thankfully as a word that's kind of starting to seep away which is like you know we need to be more tolerant which implies the person you're talking about is less than you so those are three words. It kind of bugged me. I want to tell you a story. Which kind of got me interested in this topic and that is that I was sitting watching. France obs- McDermott. Except the academy. And most people remember that moment where she stood up an accepted. The award is Academy Awards and it was at the height not the height but the kind of the height of the beginning of the metoo movement and it struck me as interesting. That here was a forum where a woman was standing up. You know breaking the rules in terms of what was normal reasonable for someone to accept an award and talking about female empowerment. You know because of the venue and because it's Hollywood probably a good thirty percent of that audience at least was in the stuff but you know what I mean and yet the Lakers and the gay community were off holding the most cool parties in Hollywood. So there's there's this weird thing as a gay person you know you kind of tend to want to just live your life and go well dealt with from the outside looking in there some incredibly successful people who are gay and what people don't see is the dysfunction that all the negative stuff towards gay people creates. There's addiction there's death or suicide. There's people being thrown off buildings around the world simply because of who they love and so you know as a gay person you tend to think about just live your life and let people see you as you are and yet at the same time in that moment. It just struck me that. Wouldn't it be cool if there was a gay person doing the exact same thing in front of so many people and so I think that's when my interest in being more of a stand for this really hit me? Yeah you know had a lot of thoughts going on in my head right now and for sure you know being a straight person. It's hard for me to identify with how you think but yet I identify with how you think because I think very similar to you in the ways that you know wasn't Rodney King. That said you know. Why can't we all get together? You know why can't we? Just you know not judge not do all these things that we've been talking about but yet when I put myself in your shoes and think about what it must have been like for you to feel those little jabs coming from people you work with and then having the feeling of losing a position be having lowered in a very clandestine Kind of way or a very secretive. I don't even WANNA say secret. I don't know what it is to me it's disgusting. It's just going to say it but the thing is the person who was doing that I don't think they had an understanding. That's what they were doing. Really think that we we in life. I don't think so because it's Kinda see that's the thing that I want to rally against is that sometimes there's the subtle things that we say are do and we don't even know that we're doing them. Sometimes we categorize somebody as one way and then we discover something about them. Re-categorised him in her head is a different way. And although the one person who is saying the disparaging remarks that was one thing the other boss that I had had the power to shift my job in her case I think it was more of an unconscious thing where she just recap me from being a peer into someone that she needed to manage and it came from actually being an advocate of gay people because she just had his point of view that we are all fun. And that's not me you know. It just wasn't me so you know these biases that happen to us whether it's about gay. People are racial bias or any of these different kinds of bias can be really powerful without even really understanding what we're doing and so that's why it's important to shine a light on it. Well to me that comes back to making judgments on people without fax without having. I mean you did nothing to back her ideas up her bias and people who have biases like that. Those are the people that really need to work on their personal development their own personal development expanding their ideas and their knowledge about people. Because your performance is what should be the key at work it should not be how you identify. Gender layer those things I mean. I guess it's hard for me because I always take people for what they present to me and I try not to judge. I mean I really really am conscious. I think I've done a pretty good job over the years of getting myself to where I don't try to change. People are judge people or anything. I like you for who you are. You're very kind person. You and I have had great conversations and that's your can enough. I mean you're not anything but that to me and I accept you because you are those wonderful great kind person. I know your heart. I know how it is and you know. That's a great nicer. That's a great beautiful name so I don't know if if I'm being unrealistic and I've always been the oddball I've always thought differently than other people. Has anyone ever inspired you to discover a happier healthier and more fulfilled you? It is a magical experience isn't it? Inspiration is indeed very powerful yet has been undermined. It can lift you from the ground to the sky in no time heavier thought about returning the favor by inspiring the people around. If you don't think you have it in you we have good news for you. 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One thing that I definitely believe is on the spectrum of Lgbtq we speak both masculine and feminine. And I think there's more of that required where people speak both languages. I literally think we can be the bridge peace in the world so my message to people who are listening is to think about people in your community who are who are gay. As being that Bridge to peace you know we can speak the masculine and the feminine. We can be the bridge. Between the two polarizing ideas that are currently ripping our world apart right now in many ways you know and I think that we can play that role. So there's this concept in the aboriginal community to spirited and I believe in. That is that we can embody both spirits and bring that to the world. So that's going to be part of my message going forward. I mean that's beautiful. I know you WanNa talk about the modern family. And what does that encompass for you? Well I think we all live in a modern family today. Don't we you know I think that nuclear family idea is admirable? And it's I think it's the minority but doesn't really matter. I think that the thing is we all do our best in life. You know things happen. Circumstances happen things change for us so for me all the things. I'm most proud of? I've had success in business. I've had success in a lot of different areas in my life. I've also had lots of failures in my life but my proudest success are my two kids. Twenty three and twenty five. And they're amazing independent capable creative forces in the world. And so you know. My story is part of their is now. And they're my biggest supporters. As is their mother. So yeah. That's my proudest achievement. In life you know I just had this thought. Maybe I should call it an epiphany. I just had this thought shower. I just had this. You know when we label stuff when we label people when we label things. It does come with the prejudgment every time. You label something. There's a prejudgment attached to it and sometimes it's negative. Sometimes it's positive sometimes it's neutral but it still comes with some type of judgement so maybe I'm having a spiritual awakening with label since right now. Right it's true. I've always been against labels because I believe that you know I mean we'd done tons of research with calling people stupid children in school in an early ages calling him stupid and they begin to believe that after a while if a teacher continually tells the child that they're stupid you know they live up to the labels that are put on them so if we label somebody gay. Does that mean that our view of them is going to be in the certain way. Is that what you're saying and that do we need to get? I mean I know we need to get rid of it. Because labeling I think is terrible because it does come with prejudgments my ram by rambling or making sense. No no it makes sense. Oh okay so a lot of people have seen the show will and grace right. So the character Sean. Hayes plays the brand. You know a lot of people might think that that is a stereotype of who gay person is. Which is you know it's a person. It's not all people and so if you have that sort of label that you associate with people in your realm who are gay. You might treat them a certain way right. Like they're sort of an unconscious label that gets associated with some like I would think of him as kind of like fund in Goofy Flamboyant Deli flamboyant. So if you're in a C. Suite which I was and seen as a peer and then suddenly you're aware that this person is gay and you attach that kind of an idea to them. That's what I'm talking about. When you start to sort of prejudge people based on what you perceive they should be in your head. And that's where you gotTA check yourself like. I'm hesitant but I'll throw it out there like in Vancouver. There's a thing that some people say about some of the new drivers to Canada that their terrible drivers to be on some of them admitted themselves. So that is a bias that people hold about people who come to Vancouver and start to drive and so like is acute. Maybe but if you if you take that idea and you push it forward into relationships and what have you you can see how it starts to become like a furball in relationships with those people It could potentially color your relationship with them. So that's exactly why labeling has bad. Yeah what it does because when I see Sean on will and grace and all that I know his personality is just I can imagine that. He's he's pretty funny in real life. You know. He's very funny. Yeah Yeah and you know we all have different personalities where they were gay in between we all have our own personalities and they come out in many different forms. Yours were shyness minus talkative. Miss I love to talk to people and I'll an outbreak out a conversation anywhere. Any place with anyone you know. It's my form of learning about people in making my knowledge base more diverse. Because the more people that you interact with you learn that there were so many similarities twist. There's more similarities than there is what sort I'm looking for. Differences different differences in Don't know which direction you want your life to take. Are you sinking deep down into the pit of uncertainties day by day? So what's the secret to leading a happy satisfied life? It's taking matters into your own hands. But what if the matters in question or a total Blur Art Costello's Expectation Academy course aims to tell you exactly how you can get some clarity in your life? This course can be your savior on your journey to reinventing yourself while you certainly can plan your whole future ahead. You can definitely control twists and turns your life takes. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for this course now. At EXPECTATION ACADEMY DOT COM. Get a chance to broaden your horizons and add meaning to your life that's expectation academy dot Com. I think that you bring up the idea of being shy again. And so for me like I was very sporty growing up. I was a high performing athlete. I got drafted into junior hockey at a high level. My soccer team was playing in the North American Championship. I was really athletic. That's what I was in love with when I was young. I was young with the pursuit of lettuce. Them and performance and playing games. You know that's kind of what was interesting to me back then but I was shy. Socially really I was kind of a wallflower I can still tend. I can still go in the direction of Wall. Flowering myself absolutely so. I fight that every day at has nothing to do with being gay. Just just me. I'm just content towards being a bit of a wallflower one of the things I've loved as I've played in these sports leagues in Vancouver Thursday called Barely Caccia Al Recreational Hockey and candidate. We call a beer league because you have a beer afterwards with everybody and so. There's a club in Vancouver. There's three teams it's a it's a gay club. We play against straight teams. There's probably a good. Maybe there's one hundred different teams in the league. And Yeah it's it's a great way to just stand for who you are and everybody's aware of the fact and interestingly in over ten years of playing in that league in Vancouver is called the cutting edges club. I think it was one or two times where someone on the other team usually a ringer. Who wasn't a regular? Drop the word or something like that in the heat of the game and you know as interesting as in both both those cases the teams were playing instantly kicked the player. Stop the game but out of their team like they just have any tolerance for that so I would say just put a copper in that conversation for me like I. I love being a Canadian. I love what candidate stands for in terms of diversity inclusion that way and I would love to as I formulate kind of how I want to express this export that idea to the world. And you know maybe there's a through line and that. I bring into business that I'm even unaware of but yeah I would love to be a result for me going forward. Let's talk about business a little bit. You won't six companies now. Is that what I heard you say? At some point I did not say. That sounds amazing. Let's how as long as they're profitable. It's Okay Right. Yeah right exactly no. I've got kind of a diverse portfolio. But I do a little angel investing I do consulting work and I decided I wanted to create a coach and brand and the reason I did that is just because maybe it's my age I just enjoy working with people. I learned a lot being in the startup world. I learned a lot. There's a rigor to building a startup. And so when I see a lot of people who are service based entrepreneurs especially the ones that are trying to make an impact on the world. I see that the rigor that I experienced in the startup world can really apply to them to help build a more expansive sustainable consistent business so I tried to bring that what I call. Startup Thinking into the coaching and transformation world with the work that I do so that people can make the impact that they wanna make. That's really cool. I mean it's a different. It's a different approach to start up. yeah I mean. I really learned that we just released something called the impact scorecard so the impact scorecard. I believe it's the First Performance Scorecard for the coaching and transformation world. I'm not really aware of any other ones out there. But what is designed to do is take the stuff that I learned in the startup world and my Grad degrees in learning sciences an it. So it's it's that too always geek out on anything to do with condition and learning how that impacts our performance that kind of thing even just my experience in the game's world kinds of ideas are infused in this performance. Score called called the card called the impact scorecard what is designed to do is give some leading indicators of the five key performance areas where people are you know either applying themselves or not so. It's a quick and dirty little three minute kind of like an assessment where you can go through it and then you can take a look at that and it gives you a bit of a sensible. You're out if we end up having conversation it helps me. Kinda understand where you with your business. Oh that's the way it's currently manifested in bringing this idea of startup thinking to impact driven entrepreneurs. That's another really cool little thing that you've developed there. So how'd you come up with these? You know like I. It's not like I just kind of like let's do this. You know what it just occurred to me. I was doing a bunch of launch management work. I had decided when my kids were about to leave high school. Go into university that I wanted to start thinking about doing different things it when you do consulting work. I live on an island in Victoria. It's about four hundred fifty metropolitan area for fifty thousand but we're on an island so it's complicated to get out and about and so the idea of consulting flying around and finding clients all over the place. It was getting to be exhausting and I wanted to enjoy things a little bit more so I wanted to get more into coaching and started doing what I call. Launch Management Work so helping people do online product launches and I started to see how people were having challenges with their businesses will. What I learned through that process is that what I knew. Which is that everything kind of with a solid offer. Like you have to understand how to put a good offer in place other words if I can't communicate to you what it is doing and why you should care and why you should buy it and what it is that you're buying like that's where you should start so in other words people who are trying to grow. Say Your Service based entrepreneur and you know well. I need to figure out some way to get my business online. I need a better online presence. Something like that to happen. Is that people either. Go out and spend two years building something or thinking about building something like an online course or a book or a mastermind or something like that or they dive headfirst into marketing tactics. Friday day challenges online product Launches Video Series Youtube Marketing content marketing. But they're not making any money and so the way I think about it as this as the your offer is like if you don't focus on the offer I it's like going and building house on quicksand. It might look really good for a little bit. But then the forms the cracks start to form and then it just gets sucked into the quicksand. And that's literally what people are doing when they're going from you know I'm fifty four again so like especially people who say forty plus like year you might have some Internet digital savvy to you but when you're out on your own and you're isolated in your own little office and you're trying to your service based business and moving online a little bit. It's a very different thing and all of us get caught in that trap I'm just describing consistently so that's where this idea of startup. Thinking and focusing in on a solid offer can really help people. Yeah that's that's really really powerful information right there if people can really use an apply. Because I know there's a lot of truth in it from from my experience and trying to market I'm GONNA shift gears a little bit and I know you're into adopting animals dogs and wanted to talk a little bit that we both have love for animals and dogs. Tell us a little bit about what you're doing there for sure. Well so I have a rescue pity. So he's part of the pit bull family. His name is shameless. And he is an American Staffordshire Bull terrier. He's eight and a half now and he's allow. He's an absolute lamp. There is not a pillow or blanket. That isn't like to cuddle up with about eight years ago. I co founded a company. Local company Victoria and shameless became the mascot for that company. I don't actually have much involvement in that company anymore. Except that I marched in. I think it's eight not it's nine because this is going to be a new one. Nine parades locally. The company's called men and killed so I wear a kilt. Shaimaa has a branded Bandanas. Well and sometimes he rides in Sidecar in those parades as well so. He's become a local celebrity and literally. The television station is like other shame again. They recognize him every year. So you know pit bulls first of all our lovely dogs and when they're brought up in an environment where they're safe and they're cared for and they know they're loved. It's amazing the Luggy get back from those dogs. And secondly in terms of you know in Canada we have different environment for pets and rescue dogs and all that then then exist in. The states is kind of complicated. Why that is but the that are up here tend to be adopted whereas in the states. Thursday's high kill shelters where dogs have like not a lot of time to get adopted and the unfortunate truth is that disproportionate amount of pit bulls pit bull type. Dogs are being euthanized. Every single day because of a stereotype going back to what we talked about with. Lgbtq like it's the same thing they're being stereotyped as vicious animals when in fact they are just incredibly gentle kind animals that make the best best best pat so anyway. He's he's just an amazing dog and I love him to death and if he can be a stand for rescue pets that would be a wonderful result as well. Yeah Austin just went to no kill shelters where no kill now. So that's good. I'm glad about that too. That's what strikes me through the whole conversation about shame ESA and everything that we've talked about today. Isn't it amazing that when we raise things in love they give love back in when we raise things and hate violence it be gets it back to and it just says a whole lot about power of really being loving and caring kind and gentle a big difference in this world? Dogs are energetic creatures. They pick up on energy and they just they channel you know so when they bark. It's actually just a release energy so yeah. I agree like what scares me. Today is at the energy being released in the world is a scary thing. But you're right like with pets. Like shame as they can be incredibly their energetic creatures and when they're treated right especially like talked about being self employed that like they're amazing. He's amazing he is my vice president in charge of culture as a good position for vice president. He doesn't make me a good coffee but he's pretty good at coming a when I need it. That's doesn't quite match up the Espresso yet. We're working. They're smart dogs. I'll tell you what if anyone you could teach me shameless so yeah we both got good Celtic named anyway. We're nearing towards the end of our conversation. And I wanted to give you time to give us any last thoughts and then where we can get a hold of you and how we can get a hold of you and I think the most important thing is last thoughts you know what you WanNa leave all the listeners with right thanks. You've actually got me thinking really deeply about some of my journey. I use the word wallflower today. Which is not something. I've typically use but it's totally my truth. I have an expression in my podcast which is kind of new called off my Daf. Which is the idea of how to get off your backside and get your get. Your impact started so you? Of course you're on my show coming up which is exciting. And I'm happy about that in that podcast by parting. Comments are to teach what you love and to live from your truth and I think that that's what I would say as a closing comment that I think it's it's incumbent upon all of us to teach what we love in live from our truth and that is how we bring peace to the world powerful words. I think that you couldn't have said it any better. I mean it's a fundamental truth that we need to live by. And where can we get a hold of you? You can get a hold of a if that scorecard interest if you have to be an entrepreneur and kind of trying to sort out ways that you can move your business forward a little bit more quickly and more authentically and you can go to the impact. Scorecard DOT COM skull be impact scorecard DOT COM can. It's like a three minute exercise and you can also just go to my website. Which IS DUFF GARDENER DOT COM? So if you watch the simpsons like the Beer Duff Beer de. Uff and Gardner G. A. R. D. N. E. R. DOT COM and. They can get some information there as well. Duff is always. It's a pleasure having you on the show. You're an incredible human being and I can't wait to have you back on. And where do some more things here? And I hope that we've struck a chord with my audience about how to live their life authentically and honestly that their words matter what they say matters. I think there's a whole lot of great diverse lessons today in this conversation. I really appreciate you being on your always a friend and then you're always welcome here in Austin anytime that you wanna come are thank you so much. I'm so honored to have you as a new friend and I loved having a conversation with you today with that being said folks you know where you can get a hold of me expectation therapy DOT COM and. I hope that you take to heart. We've talked about today. Reach out to get his scorecard. You're an entrepreneur looking to start something. Everything will be in the show notes where to get a hold of duff and heather white you can go ahead and take us out of here. Sir. Thanks for listening to the show. Drop as your comments and questions with what you want answered on the show you can subscribe on Itunes and Binge Network. You can also get more information on the website expectation therapy dot com.

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Women don't belong in balloons so there's a new amazon movie called call. The aaronow called the aeronautics and the trailer for it came out right before moments before we started recording and i was like what the hell is this. Can you just give some context. I texas bobby like the trailer for a movie called the wedding near starring sarah hyland as a woman who goes to weddings a lot and i was like honestly looked kind of good stand by that and then he the production whenever you're watching a movie and then it's like the trailer or the movie begins with production companies. You've never heard of kind of believer fake and it's like we're the movie cost. Thirty dollars was funded by like a country that you didn't know existed right. That's what the wedding year is but it kinda looks fine now. It looks like even though it's only screening and romanian kuban romania kupa p._d. Could only see the wedding year and cooper p._d. Round would see it. I think it looks really good. Meanwhile i think the argonauts or whatever this is called aeronautics the the the aaron watson aaronow. What's it looks terrible. It like premieres at toronto or something and then it's going to be on its doing the amazon thing where it's like in theaters hitters little bit and then it's going to be on amazon prime and then we can all watch felicity jones and eddie redman. Go win a balloons or to great heights in the eighteen sixties in hot air yeah balloon because he's a so he's like some scientists and all of his scientists buddies are like oh you think you could predict the weather like absolutely not and and then he was like wait a balloon. We predict the weather. It'll change everything <hes> and they're like you're out of your mind and then felicity jones is like i want to go in a balloon and some ladies women double lung and balloon this immense. She defies these other women and goes up into a balloon with eddie remain and then they like discover whether or or something but it's like as soon as they get up there. It's like a c._g._i. Hill it's just received is so it's like once they get up in the balloon. They're like oh no snow. Oh and it's like an intern like throws some like soap shavings on them or whatever like it's just insane. It's when i when i picture c._g._i. Stuff happening happening do you ever it's like my brain because we were so inundated with this image in two thousand eight two thousand nine. It is impossible for me to think of about c._g._i. Without imagining zoe saldana in avatar make up with the blue dots all over her face like your epitome of the worst c._p._i. Yeah or like the most just c._g._i. She's the she's the textbook i remember being very affected by the real life photos of avatar where you would see like it was actually filmed on camera acting they were acting and then they changed their faces to blue faces like literally no face paint on these people that was how c._g._i. That movie which just went to work on they put dots on her face and she just acted like normal. I wonder if they sent felicity up in the an balloon or noble at all every searched it so you said you had something for me. I had something for you. I have something for you because i was like what is is this movie like. Are we truly out of stories to tell that someone was like a here's a bio pic. We haven't told james glacier the first guy who like what did he even do. Oh oh he published. He created the dew point. I'm sorry i'm sorry use of szeswith weather and his last name is glacier but it's spelled g. l. l. a. i. s. h. e. r. it's like phonetically invented. The dew point he invented a do points the tables to measure humidity. Okay you like that. We see outta god. We like it or do points always high. We is it okay. That's fine <hes> he <hes> measured humidity in the atmosphere but its highest levels. L. k. broke the world record for altitude in a hot air balloon. Dan september eighteen sixty two which is what this movie is about. He passed passed out <hes> around eight hundred meters before reading could be taken so they didn't actually metro the humidity up there but he did it lead at what i'm sorry. He went up into the balloon. They didn't even get but then he passed out so the end of the movie is that they go up in the balloon. They're like wheel. We reached like the highest point and they do it and then like they get nothing they do. Cadel earnhardt was eaten by giant crab. I've heard they've been saying that for years. I'm just saying. Did you know that that's why it's still inside. A giant. Clara crab can live for one hundred fifty years. Yes the crab eight hundred eight crap. Okay just making sure. I know all about it. Okay okay fine just measor either. Did you read the stuff about the tantawi degrading. No oh no it's integrating. It's like of course it is. I was talking to lala about it. In the bathtub is gone sweetie and i was like course but like can't you see james cameron reading that article and being like i must go back. We must go go back next week will make a sequel like never forget to genyk like opened with him like in that little thing like bumping around the titanic the literal they went down there yeah he really went doc. You're not letting me tell the story aaron's so this guy you're going to screen. Women don't belong in balloons so james aims glacier goes up into the air not machine the hot air balloon. It's a hot air balloon does his stuff but in real life in real life he went with with his co-pilot hold on. He went with his copilot henry cox. Well wait. It's not about a woman. There's no woman in the balloon. They made a woman. The movie made up a woman so that he could go up with the woman because guess what women don't belong in balloons. That is what what happened so the true story is that women didn't belong balloons women's roles so the real story. That woman said women don't belong in balloons infelicity said you're right obama gamma going. Actually you know what you're right. I'm not going to. I'm going to skip this one. It says the film depicts amelia amelia ran an and glacier in an epic light like amelia earhart eaten by amelia ran w._f._a._n. In an epic fight for survival while attempting to make discoveries and gas balloon the movie omits henry cox well entirely a report in the daily telegraph. I'm reading from a kapiti. A report in the daily telegraph quotes keith moore had at library at the royal society as <unk> as saying quote. It's a great shame that henry is portrayed because he performed very well and saved the life of a leading scientists and so these people are like yep but this guy save someone's life and you cut them out of history story. This is wild but felicity and what's his face can have sexual tension in a balloon in c._g._i. Highland. I don't think people have sexual tension with iran made no offense. Honestly well los angeles no offence. I don't find what felicity huffman in a balloon looney was ready eddie read main. Oh oh it blows up. That gas balloon catches fire yup with their lives like in real life. Amelia and james's balloon did not catch fire due to their sexual chemistry in back. She wasn't even there okay. We need to move on because it's gone on a wig like this. Movie's gonna win like best movie at the oscars and it's going to be like remember when we joked about it on who weekly go ahead. It's the green book of movies. They just like made up. Someone's going to open up bullshit. It's gonna be sigourney weaver presenting the award for best picture she'll be like and the oscar goes to and she's going to open it up and go. Women do belong balloons yeah. It's the aeronautics. Everyone's gonna do belong to who's there that we could call an episode of of who weekly <hes> <hes> you can call in six one nine who then leave questions comments concerns. We usually believed the comments that we've wanted questions. Let's start with comments a lot of calls and tweets about manny's this week understandably. I even talked about mayonnaise in depth in a while and so people maybe who were new didn't know that that was what do we did it and it was like <hes> very disarming. You know tweets like you guys are disgusting. Love you crunch crunch high. Who weekly longtime first time i gotta say <hes> as a california native who who moved to new york there is a big difference between best foods and helmets <hes> most people will argue that helmets has more sodium even though they claim that they have the came out of gradient. I will also tell you that in my personal opinion as many kinda sore like <hes> bobby himself that <hes> the the best man is out. There is truly the real mayonnaise from trader. Joe's comes in a yellow jar. Got these old people on it delicious. It's got a weird thing. I'd like to stone. Which i know is discussing but it's delicious so i know attractive for you. Guys in new york might be worth it stuck up all right crunchy crunch incredible tip yeah love that love love when alabama's people who hate themselves like always like i'm disgusting looks ooh yeah i went to the way back machine and the way back machine has a wikipedia led me to the mayo dot com way back machine because apparently they deleted mayo dot com slash facts f._a._q.'s at some point in like two thousand three but it says on the mayo dot com website it said what is the difference between helmets and best foods management says the products are basically the same both trademarks of all simultaneously helman's in the east and best foods in the west taste preferences vary. Some people people find the best with mayonnaise is slightly more tangy but everywhere you look says it's like either identical or basically the same that is very strange language so i don't understand why it's not just the same you have people not come to the congra- doesn't make sense 'cause either. It's the exact same or it's different enough where the helman's would say oh yeah it's different because of taste preferences where they would like point to that. I don't understand not deleted page that you found via the way back machine on wikipedia but it is one of those weird things where it's like you. You start reading thing about like what's the difference and then the top level info is there is no difference and then you roll re down to more paragraphs in it's like there are subtle differences and you're like what are you talking about. This just seems shady shady shady. They're hiding something. Hey <hes> as i'm sure you've been getting lots of calls about this but the american beauty stomach auteuil is a model mentally hunter and she also took a little foray into acting so she had a bit part in leprechaun in the hood the most movie but her biggest role was actually in another two already so i'm called fun which also says like josh peck debbie harry jason schwartzman and brittany murphy to name a few countries like a p._d._f. Page says in heroin one hundred character notably spent almost the entire film completely nude anti spread eagle too bad. That's like already pretty crazy. Here's the real exciting part but movies muster for spun also features a hand resting on a newest stomach conspiracy very right they. What do you guys do you did you ever did you see spun. Do you ever saw spot. I knew it existed but i was always like why. I watch jerry dr yeah. It's like not i would say it's not that great everything i think about when i think about spun i think of that icon ick video of britney spears town where she is talking into <hes> kevin how she wants to watch spun and how my god you're right. She goes win spun to come out. I wanna see that and then capitalize headlines like yeah. We have it in the tour bus and she cannot believe she's like what will work. What are they gonna be playing. No limits on come out. I want to see that go buy on d._v._d. Might even have been on the bus you wondering. I said it might have been on the blast. I don't know i was like i knew the baby movies. I watched it fucking four months ago. Funding so the the american beauty stomach reveal is not wasn't that hard defined because if you search like american be stomach found this hollywood dot com piece called who tummy is in any way in which they were obsessed with finding out that the the the stomach belonged to you this woman but i will say now the christina hendricks has confirmed that she's the hand and we know that this woman is the stomach when do the hand in the stomach reunite for like an e w oh you cover or something. We know they're going to do that just like have they. I can't find i actually went on the hunt for chloe hunt like today hunter today like i couldn't find her now. There's lots of death of her from then like her. Website is go back way back machine. You can do all this stuff but it's really hard to find find her now not sure where she is stomach where she is you know maybe she maybe she went up in a balloon. I don't know no women can't go extol extol balon and balloons bills so that we don't know will the stomach and the hand reunite. Maybe if you know twenty nineteen eighteen we're obsessed with nostalgia unions. Were gonna reunite the stomach and the hand we have to we have to be hey bobby jay from los angeles. I was is calling regarding your magic. My review of the review <hes> just real quick. I actually went in and auditioned. Dancer is <hes>. I made it to the second highest. Hi didn't go past that and just to confirm that you wear <hes> what you call a modesty pouch onstage so there's no anything showing because like bobby said there are very strict rules for what i guess is allowed to be shown in public <hes> and then there's also dance installed which is more like a thong but i think that's more for ballet <hes> not really my area of expertise but that <hes> yeah they just wanted to confirm and tell you that it is all the modest house joe negree so this was the more serious call of of the two that we got <hes> sorry even get the job but but it's good to know that like modesty pouches exist and there are those strict laws but a lot of people called and they were like puppetry of the penis is on the strip and they show penis the entire time time and i think that's the one exception because puppetry of the penis is like very like no one would argue that it's sexual you know we would that is puppetry abbott penises whenever like naked dudes come out and they like make me wanna clown makes balloon animals what if that was made but the penis that no that doesn't exist yes lindsey. It's disgusting uh-huh h._b._o. After eleven pm it's gross we who would want to see this. This would really bruin penises very psycho psycho psycho like gopinath stuff. It was did you have h._b._o. Like it's yes. I also watched real sex with my friends in the basement but we never watch paul through the p._i._n. Didn't watch real sex in the basement. So puppetry puppetry of the penis is like they would like grab the penis unlike folded around and now elephants. No no yeah wants to do that these puppets. Let's these puppets <unk> puppeteers. It's gross but i think that the reason that that works in the other stuff doesn't is because it's there's read of it being sexual sexual abstract. It's like an abstract penis like there was a lot of different roles. There's also played the next call bobby longtime first time bobby bobby actually you on the streets of washington d._c. Is the most starstruck i've ever felt. <hes> i'm just calling. I had to stop the show and let you know that as a straight woman the band booze old into going to a gay strip club long story tina's should always be illegal all right. I hi who weekly <hes> median time and time. I just had to stop this week's episode and tell you a story which is that that i went to a party in las vegas and you to a male strip club <hes> that a party bus took us to and when i tell you that penises or or allowed at a strip club i am telling you i trump more dick than i had ever hoped or wanted to see and i i d. n. I was so horrified and disgusted by the male form as a header hell a hetero on then and i was like never wanna see us again eight so i kind of wonder if number one this place looks like like maybe not legal because it was like in a strip mall somewhere but also maybe people like strip clubs mail reviews whatever you call that don't don't show decks normally because like you know offense by penises aren't that attractive and like they're kinda gross in floppy over and over oregon part of that like it's better just look like a cut dude gross <hes> anyway that was my syrian and i seen those <hes> french french i e the pena's called with crunch crunch crunch crunch gross basically the answer to this is like if you wanna see dick in vegas like you can see dick vegan. You just have to like seek it out but you're knocking see dick at like these. He's official shows on the strip aside from your patry of the pena's. That's a really complicated answer to this question but basically like you can see dick. If you wanna see dick she she saw so much dick strip mall strip club that a party bus drove her to can't fly balloons but you can see dick in vegas if you seek it out okay. What's the next call. This is just thank you so much for calling about this. They love this call and i just wanted to call because <hes> you discussion about <hes> cordesman degrade equalizer. I was at the p footage. A fundraiser grant paltrow house months ago and my friend goes there is better is all right and and sure enough sitting in the living room as having canapes en champagne waiting for the judge to start his comments <hes> there wasn't according to my friend did in fact argued his phone into an errant <hes> i phone cord hanging around his house and yes <hes> breathe into camper. I'm percents. We'll sitting right. I don't remember her name. Actress was sitting right to focus on it so yes. Of course i truly the great equalizer. Okay what's so funny about that is that chords are disgusting disgusting but having a cord for someone to plug in at your house is luxury with this. It's the great draped lug in casually and you're like oh long cord only gonna ten foot late word right. When i bought my first ten foot long cord i was like like why would i ever have a short chord yea through my with the ones that came at the iphone in the trash just kidding discussed the lord florida's incredible disgusting cord long cord on your bedside table police but even equipment padres house core just flung everywhere. That's the thing they're just discords everywhere. No one can stop courts. Marcia cross is using chords gwyneth paltrow house breathe fan to camp whatever that actress us. She's using a cord. She doesn't mind she's fine with the cords also fucking wild to go people to judge fundraiser gwyneth paltrow's house. I won't even get get into lake asking you about that. Experience was about to get started at two hundred fifty dollars. <hes> expensive not even that expensive less expensive than i thought next next call it was sold out by me and kind with bachelorette wedding so in case you care which you probably don't but a couple of the bachelorettes slur outs have said or like heavily implied that a._b._c. was not interested in televising their weddings <hes> as much as you would think they would be unless they did it on bachelor in paradise which means like super small gas last you filmed as part of the show <hes> all the castes that you don't know is there's. There's probably going to be some sort of drama like having this week at two bachelor in paradise peoples weddings that was on the t._v. on t._v. Uh-huh so yeah like ashley jared they were offered to get married on bachelor in paradise and they did not want you because they they wanted eight nine or spun connie wedding <hes> and rachel and brian. I think either were offered at all because her bachelorette season doc lower ratings which is sad because she was the first black bachelorette but <hes> yeah and that's some of the other bass have also said the the eighties they were hoping a._b._c. with author and they did not <hes> yeah so. I hope that was helpful. <hes> foreign bella thorne crunch orange crunch yummy proper ever pop forever interesting. That's so funny because i was watching bachelor in paradise and they did have a wedding and it was the couple met on veteran turn price and like last season so it wasn't even like a bachelor a couple. It was a bachelor impaired couple and you're right. They have like a shitty small wedding was filmed for half the episode not even a full episode based on their wedding. You know so the other couples must have been just like why would let you do that. There's like no point for us is to be doing that. Yeah okay the next call. Call the call the episode hager weekly. 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Get you let are you cooking. <hes> and the tweet says when haley duff us wants to serve a nutrient rich neill she should for canned food her baked chicken to keita's starring canned carrots corn black beans and chiles get her family their fix veggies listen coaching promoting a healthier diet <hes> and then it's a picture of her standing next to sliced carrots whole kernel corn and green chilies but they don't appear appear to be like a specific brand so it really just appears to be like an ad for the concept of canned food <hes> in any event just wanted to inform you guys. <hes> the former elsewhere good for this is almost as good as the pork board. It's an ad for the concept of canned food haley duff hilary duff sister haley is doing spawn for an advocacy group that at the advocates for cans just the cans like cans not like the food in the kansas actual cans themselves so hillary duff got the news that she's going to be starring in a disney plus reboot of lizzie mcguire and haley got the news that she can eat outta cans. You've made this joke before. It is still like disney plus. The bio cans get your cooking. Is your next great. Meal is only a can away. Join the conversation and you google. You're like what is this. It's like what is this and it's they're called. Can sense can central dot com. They're called the can manufacturers institute or c. M. i. the obviously is is the national trade association of the metal and composite canned manufacturing industry and its suppliers in the united states so it's the can literally the can industry big can big man is pushing. They don't care what your brand of choices. They just want you to buy cans right that. We're all just potential can out of can eaters. It's like the milk board. Honestly it's the milk you know the got milk people because they were like we don't care. It's like the dairy farmers at what is at the dairy farm association zeeshan of america or something like that so it's it's. That's a really close thinks c._m._i._s. is problematical. The can manufacturers and destroy everything goes back to the cook brothers definitely like this how how are they. I'm just saying i'm just saying if you look hard enough like someone in the can and the like donated like a million million dollars donald trump like there's no way that obsessed with you know she's she's in this. Maybe fake kitchen. She's making like takito kind of like a relay where i think it's her kitchen really. I feel like it's her kitchen. We'll d._c. Has me in the back. That's like this home. It's oh it says home doesn't just say meeting me me. It's his home anyways. The point is that she imagine does but she's also making leg but then next to her the caller is correct. Just three cans and the brands are like they're open but there's no brand on them. They're just cans because she them into the takito house. I got that i really didn't under so it's like. She made these disgusting too key. Does that are looks like rotisserie chicken pulled rotisserie chicken with green chili. Lee sliced carrots and whole kernel corn inside the takito sounds great honestly and then she rolled them up and obviously baked them because they got a little brown the eye on the edges. She's putting them into a unicorn. Lunchbox talked presumably for one of her children and maybe for herself who knows and it's but it's so she's giving the kids to two key does each and then there's one other tupperware that just just has cut green beans presumably from can and then the other tupperware. Has i have no idea inside it. What is the get you cooking on instagram and i found a picture of like a cabinet with cans in it and it says pro tip rather than buying produce it you'll likely toss away when it spoils stock your canty with ingredients that lock doc out oxygen and prevent your food from going bad so the candidate is fully like going after the fresh food industry like like oh yeah go to the farmer's market bitch. You're never going to eat that shed pan. Oh yeah that's swiss. Rabo chart is going to be really good a for a day in your garbage can when it goes bad but to the point to be. I love canned stuff. Chickpeas have a my diet is can't chickpeas appease literally. I know that josh quit making chickpeas. So everything is everything i cook like and i'm like sided chickpeas and it's like a little chick pea in there and everyone's everyone's like enough with a check made a greek salad. I had some chick peas. No they're good. They have protein in them. They're great. It's really fun and then you could and you can roast them. A little crispy chick pea on something pink crispy chick pea. This got eighty nine likes. They hashtag it insta- good food instant pick foodie buzzfeed food huffpost tastes buzz feast g food food's to graham food bloggers food gazza food. What's your favorite canned vegetable besides beans. Although i guess they're not vegetables legumes. I mean chick. Peas is the mostly cyprian's audience. What's your favorite can't food broadmoor brought pumpkin food pug and that you were gonna say tuna. Oh okay no. It's do not but you know i eat tuna out of a pouch. Now yeah just better. I e two out of a pouch. Now i like those little pouches because honestly honestly t canned tuna. Some measures like too much tuna and i don't even mean to just like say that because say that you know the can industry has dealt with this problem what problem to be able to open their cancer lined with b._p._a. Usually don't ask can i can get you cook it about that. I try. I try buying being non b._p._a. Lining canned chickpeas but not everybody's ask them well. You should take this to the can board. The board is a hormone disruptor. I don't know what that is <music> but it doesn't sound good lindsey. It's like it's like me looking at the back of a label and it's like no parabens. I'm like thank god and i put it in the third even note a pair of yeah. I think it's a hormone disruptor. I just don't want my body disrupted. You need all the hormones that you have not disrupted though i don't even know what it means to disrupt a hormone okay. Let's <hes> let's move on. I think we should be proud of haley duff. I also and also this being genuine. Look at her actually putting in the work. She's not half assing this. No it's true it could be used her own kitchen. She's eating the key. She's making the canned food. She's may be eating the canned food. I bet she serves. Is your kids canned food. That's authentic high. Who weekly medium time second time i called earlier this week to alert alert you to the hustler v poster which features the names of seven of the women in the film along with the images of six of the women in film so the only woman whose image is not featured on the movie poster is julia stiles. Her name is on the movie poster but her photo is not on the movie poster along with everyone else though she's not there where julia julia stiles. I'm following up to let you know that julius style wasn't at the premier and the last press she did for this movie z. Hustlers was in june so i was my theory was that maybe she plays like a voice in a box. There's something like in charlie's angels and that's why her name is in is on the movie poster but her photo isn't but no apparently she plays journalist. Maybe navy journalist and just a voice over. I don't know i'm i want to know where she is. Whereas julia stiles first of all julia stiles would be so happy to know that you're looking for her. Mike mike no flattering that you're like. Where's jill. You're legally seen this poster that has like literally a million people on and you're like where's joann style sheila. She's so happy she so grateful that mr the short answer is she's not why the hustler's no safe is the rewards there i do. I think julia stiles has more lines than cardi b. In this movie yes but es julia stiles one of the hustler's no she plays the reporter that actually wrote the real life story that turned into a movie as basov up so she it is weird to me though i will say so. Her name is on there but her photos not honor this injustice. Her name is on the is her name is on the poster of the poster is has has the following hierarchy in terms of cast-list constants woo jennifer lopez julia stiles kiki palmer lily reinhart liz oh and carby but then i feel like julia stiles else's name is not on it or lower down or something yet but this is the main posters filling the official final poster and the and the order of the photos is <hes> contents aunts who in her own image jennifer lopez in her own image second down then it's elizabeth cardi b. in the same frame lily reinhart in her own frame on the right and then kiki palmer on her own francis sense to me after hearing about the contents woo drama. Jaylo should be first but she's second. Julia sales actually should be third but not but i get why she's not pictured because what are they going to have her like in glasses like writing on a notepad or something journal and never like you know. There's no you don't know this. Movie is based the author of a new york magazine story from a few years ago two years ago not that long ago ashley by jessica pressler called the hush at scores. It's easy just google like new york. Magazine hustler's alerts there and it's about strippers like stole money from rich wall street dude <hes> it's really good obviously it was optioned immediately and that was directed by <music> our fave luis correa who made the medlar which is now problematic to talk about because of susan do not from separate the art from the artist separate the art from the artists but only sometimes those are the rules <hes> julius julius house what she up to now lindsey. We asked me that for. I don't know i don't know you put this quote in here really mean. She says i play jessica. Pressler outages autism from that was the only quote was like you're jill. You'll is also doing like some press and in the press. She's like you know she's like i would. She's a guess. I wanted to do this movie. I'll do anything i'll do crafts service. I'll make coffee for the crew. I don't care and they were like so. We're not gonna have you strip. We're going to have you play the journalists which is great. I hope they gave her an pair of glasses passes because you're journalists always wear glasses and films my favorite thing about actors who are playing people who wear glasses and movies but they never wear glasses is that they do do they do the ticket shoving them up there there bridge all the time as has someone been wearing glasses since third grade. I rarely do that. Oh i do that all the time that means that you obviously don't really what one one little finger pushing it up. It's like i do that when i'm sweaty and they're falling down like a couple times a day but like in movies they're constantly lately shutting them up shoving them out lots of character choice <hes>. She's going to be good in this right i. I hope this will be good. I don't know <hes> i saw a tweet yesterday. That was like i don't know who it was. It was just like someone saying. Hustlers is the best movie of the year okay. Wow wow like someone who obviously it's the obviously it was probably a gay person obviously probably being dramatic but it's probably good yeah i believe in it. I don't feel i feel put this kind of height between kind of a random movie movie by director. Most people haven't heard of unless there's something to back it up. They must have faith in this movie. I'm i don't know i do not know i don't i trust her but i try go far yet. Yeah jennifer lopez. I trust constance wu. I trust okay next. Call someone i'd do not trust hello so i'm sitting at my desk <hes> trying to look busy while calling you and talking awfully so my coworkers don't hear me and they actually on a business call but <hes> i was just scrolling through twitter during the work day as one does and there was this tweet that said that type pennington's real name from <hes> so i can show you know <hes> american home makeover <music> whatever move that truck dude. His real name is tiger d- and he has type. Hi tech did some research sector. This is paul. I don't know anyway country. According to wikipedia kapadia ty pennington of extreme home makeover fame yes the move that bus guy his real name is gerry taggart burton cnn pennington <hes> and my question is this is wild tiger is wild but like what would tie stand for anyways i. I guess i didn't know like tyrone <hes> tyson. I don't know i i sort of thought tie was it could be a standalone name. You know shar. I if you'd like if you told me his name was tiredness birth certificate to be like maybe ties the name like tiny gary crazy that his real name is gerry cannot gerard. You know i mean he leg timmy like he looks like a ty pennington hannington because i know him as that high pennington is also literally like the name of a bully in like a movie gets a fake name it is easy is the name of like like <hes> like a a ranch hand that like you fall in love with an fuck like in a romance novel or whatever it is stop the name of life and you get pregnant and he's like i'm not taking concur that but okay got ya okay what happens after the book ends okay like your own journey but his name is gary tiger burry mostly just gary though gary running to gerry pennington so that's that's tied he was on he was on on trading spaces. He bestowed carpenter the sweaty carpenter. Do you think he was a carpenter. Do you think he was before his time a little even though he did find success i i feel like he was the right time. I feel like he was really successful. Yeah no i think but he would have had his own on h._d._t._v. Show he would he would own. She's like. I don't feel like he would have yes but i don't think that he couldn't now. I think i think people or still endeared too bad extreme makeover was they'd make people these houses. They couldn't afford and they'd be like <hes> on ebay because we have for. I was about to bring that up. How did i know you're on. You're on my level. Extreme extreme home. Makeover was a scam of show how makeover every time without fail although who knows the actual actual percentages but when those houses were completely renovated and gutted and all these new things were installed people frequently had to fucking foreclose close on their house or like straight up move out or sell it because they couldn't afford number one the property taxes which inevitably increase they couldn't afford the utility prices because like guess what a bigger house cost more to do with the fish tank in your bedroom. You're like have two thousand dollars a month on upkeep and and electricity for that fucking fish tank so that show was a mess the moment bid the big truck drove away. The family was like a up nope and they had problems. That was the whole point their whole life working moms just by people their normal houses like just pay off author loans. No we don't just pay off there with my right. It's like exhibit is like your your car. Now has an xbox in it and it's and then the cop is like this is not street legal oops. You're in jail like a nightmare situation penman ride. I love those shows yeah. It's true it's like h._d._t._v. is an improvement on on the old model which was like getting people houses they couldn't afford and like fucking them over and sensually but yeah ty pennington gary burton pennington gary gary. Can you name. Here's a fun quiz really quickly. Can you name other cast members trading spaces. No no not even one woah host no come on the hose now conoco's name now. Come on now i can't. I'm telling you davis page davis. Did she have short hair. Of course she had short hair. Why are you. I haven't seen this show in like thirty years and you name another another one jan navy nine that now we can be vern member any of them. That wasn't as fun as i expected to be next. Call talk show them yet. It's so funny. You guys all like we're like v._m. As but then like no one actually really call when is no one call which calls they move society. Watch them so like i know what happened. Saul pouring boring. I watched the second half because i was watching serenity in the first half which honestly is better than the vehement was good so it was good. I'm not going to get into it but it was good it wasn't it's is not good but whatever liz oh is of them. Absolutely now i mean i think it's it's official now. I think she is her performance it but it's because of the v._m. As but she did have an hormats armaments <hes> it's very chicken or the egg situation like the she got a amazing like she got such an amazing moment at the a._m._a.'s because they had had faith in her and they knew she was a big deal also one of the best sets of the night her songs hit. I just think of really popular culture right now like it's really it's it's really part of popular culture and i think one of the coolest things about success is that people went into her back catalogue and like her old stuff is topping the charts now which was looks good and it doesn't like her also is better than like like literally us. It's like kids on talk being like ooh and finding an old song stuff out of it so but yes so people are finding all of her old music. She's performing her old music and it's topping the charts. She's a damn. Everyone loves liz. Oh now everyone loves this out. We knew this would happen. We knew this. We predicted it but it wasn't us. It was everyone everyone one who knew liz. I knew that she was going to be a big deal but yeah she's we can't talk about anymore. He stopped us in the past next ama adjacent. Call hi lyndsay ravi medium-term ten medium time. This might not seem important to characterize alot of the house is in new york city flash married to that guy just commented well no sex no we know that caroline those who he is but we think affects dougie before though the increase gago de jer more of a house person than i am. What are you my immediate. Response is no but then. I'm like laws. He did come out as gay whereby gay by peop- came out of gay people love how he might secretly watch housewives allies but not even like secretly like housewives are good like maybe he watches a housewives. If you just housewives he definitely watches. New york sounds like the premier one. <hes> you know how carol was part of two seasons ago or one-season ago so also it. It might even be simpler than that because just maybe he follows pop culture. He's young carol rod swells in the headlines lot. I don't watch housewives. I know carole radziwill as you do. Though i knew yeah i knew she was a housewife about her because she's kennedy radziwill and she's like i'm the journal as long as actually pretty cool pretty capital o online so like rising izing that he would come across a karadzic radziwill moment to yup no she was like does he really really know. She is do we any of us. Really we know she is great question so i actually would say yeah that. He knows us like if i give it enough evidence to point. I think on there too yeah he he knows who carol rats villas. I'm there if you're listening <hes>. Can you call and let us know if you knew carole. Radziwill is <hes> lead. Larry has our numbers you could ask leads larry has it. I'm just gonna be confident. I'm gonna secret this into existence loss call us. I'm always looking for a new game to play on the subway when i don't wanna read because sometimes whenever it's crowded subway. You can't actually pull at your book in <hes>. It's always good to have a really good one to play <hes> and you know what the good lately. Atari best means best fiennes. I really liked best beans has puzzles. It's casual you can play it. It's free to download. I love casual gaming. I love casual gaming and you know i think we've talked about this on an ad before but you don't have to be connected to the internet because you know some games you gotta be connected to the internet. Yeah hate that and which is great when you connect to the internet when you're not you're like come on. What the hell am i supposed to do. It's really cutie looking. It looks great. It's fun to play. It's like challenging and it has five stars on the apple app store google play you download it for free on the app store or google play and that is best fiends but the our best fiends best beans updates the game monthly with new levels and event so it never gets old as one hundred million downloads global lee you you can download it for free on the apple store. Go play that is best. Fiends fiends friends without the are friends with the our best fiends okay. We're gonna play a game of who or them greenland. Who are them one two three them. Them greeland them yeah because when greenland is the icy ones. I know you're asking when that happened. Everybody was like greenland so people noted as people now know that greenland is iceland is greening relent in his ice. <hes> everyone knew that already though i know but that was like something you learned as a kid wasn't it all because of a slick con artist and want someone what they have the other one. I guess it was some guy. Look expert was like oh. He's old yeah. He called the greenland. You wanna buy land. It's you don't want to buy iceland tesla. They land. You know kate mara. We've definitely done this but not bobby million time medium hi. It's kate mara who or the trust one two three. Who do i think we both. I think who you think is a who is ruin. Mara them is are they both them's. They both who's i feel. I feel dead i do. Do you feel crazy. 'cause i think rooney mara is a them because maybe they're both hooves. Maybe they're both who's no. There's never any offense but i think they're both oh darren. No there you think who's oh having so interesting. What would you say we both. Instinctual instinct went to who i feel like they're kind of vami though in a way they're them me but i feel like neither them apart from carol which let's not try to inflate carols actual popular really what we're doing for the past like year. No i'm just saying to to me yet. Rooney has an iconic role carol but when name another iconic rooney role name another iconic doc kate mara roll like i don't know that exists within the newsroom no see what's happening here no but one of them is married to walk remarks and one side effects. I know both iconic but both not that famous side effects affects one of those music to be like no seriously side effects is the best solution title ix made but no one thinks about side effects rooney. Mara ate the whole pie and that goes during movies nor sting interesting kate. Mara was chappaquiddick acquitted girl. Dead chappaquiddick. Ted can be let die maker of them. What was her name like. It was like mary jo it was the three name mary jo will grab a critic dead woman. Don't search awful. Oh now awful awful. Mary jo kopechne me. That's close kate questioned though no one saw chappaquiddick acquitting the movie no apparently pretty good more people saw chappaquiddick the incident that chappaquiddick the movie. It wasn't just kidding. No no one saw so mess no one topic when it be incident that's the whole point one per game and he with grave what the information so. This is not a true crime podcast with up is <hes> david spade who or them either way. He's he's trying to master comeback. I'm happy about one two three them. He is a duck says a late night. Show coming back but but i i don't know if it's going to be successful your mic on your bra again. Oh it's in my bra. You're right he has he. He has a late night. Show is what why that person called out who cares about david spade while but he maintains relevance yeah imagine giving a show to david spade in twenty nineteen. I mean i i can't imagine it because they oh yeah well. Yeah find someone else yeah healthy for now circus lewis and clark over to see search but you listed personally and i think lewis and clark as a whole one two three then but what was in clark's names. Do you know because i actually knew i knew that to. They like popped up my head. I was like how did mary weather lewis. Yeah and marcus williams yeah so. I guess they're them separately to that's what we found out out from that experiment that we just did our selves soccer julia one-two-three obviously one-two-three one-two-three them. All three three times are tough because it's like. Where did you go to middle school. Did you <hes> what about lois and clark new adventures of superman one two three who <hes> <hes> what lois and clark the new adventures of superman. I give you just put lewis who was in clark any place by lowest thought. I needed to have a crush on a lady. When i was a guy heard this story before daven. You told the story here told it i put up a poster of teri hatcher my law and i was like i s this'll work your brother and sister okay and literally it was a t._v. Guide cover of teri hatcher. Your sister actually thought it was like the funniest thing she's ever seen her whole life. Oh absolutely absolutely walks terry. Oh you got a crush on teri hatcher hot. She's very she's a hot laid back. In the day was teri. We had like a hot lady. I think she was a hot. Lady like clearly is hot lately. You wouldn't know whether that's not something that you would be the judge but was where people side literally found the t._v. guide. I had my wall and look. I want to be or you want to fucking. Do you want to fucking scream yeah. I wanna see what you put on your stupid wall. Let me put it on my wall. Put it on my wall a also t._v. Guides are tiny so it was like a tiny cover of tarring my god. I remember this one yeah. It was terry as you've never seen her which is in address in a pool. Oh not even like sexy particular wet wild and wonderful photo gallery. You put this on your wall. Just cover just the cover. I cut the cover off and then i stuck stuck on your like. This woman is sexually attractive and was like i'm into it. It sort of reminds me of like it not funny that he was like how he thought it was. We are whenever people when i was little and people talk about imaginary friends and i was like what and i remember going home and being like do i have to create an imaginary friend my like i tried it. I also like this is stupid. I mean the funny thing is i could see you putting this on your wallet today today. Shadowboxing out of boxing ironic that'd be fun. It's fun and then you can help. Story could be like this was the what i put on my wall like prove my home and this is my i t t to guide cover of teri. Hatcher terriers never seen her fund black and then i tell the story and they go so funny. It's funny. It is funny. It is funny. It is funny. What is next on this stupid podcast. Christie brinkley is a them rate. Is that ron christie brinkley who were them and do you think she's gonna dance to uptown girl roll on dancing with the stars that dome all right crush one two three damn. She's dancing with the stars. Which is why people ask but you know tom. I say she saw them both saw them wheel. She danced uptown girl great. She knows what's good for. You good for her. Shansi fancy uptown girl is she dances uptown. If she dances uptown girl billy joel's can drive a car into the dancing with the stars studio. Let me tell you something. Are you kidding. Ensure one five wives since they married or whatever we saw billy joel that was so fun. Oh yeah hi billy joel and he was just eating usually eating italian lane food at a restaurant. You say hi. We didn't say hi i did. Oh i said hi different time when i saw him i saw when you saw on your door. I believe yep. I saw i told you i saw a dinner last night yet. The girl who's known from being here and calkins girlfriend being kieran culkin's girlfriend in succession and <hes> the eldest daughter such drawn krizan skis wife in it's complicated. That's a good sighting so really exciting. You gotta her and i think she knew she knew like tonight and she was with her friend who was an actor and they were like talking about like acting and like the friend. Obviously wasn't you're on the hot. Show like people are gonna. Now's the time that you're gonna get recognized if you're on a hotel and the friend was like they obviously knew each other from like like acting theater and acting and the friend was more of a theater person they were talking about like people they've worked with and like blonde and she was. I don't know it was it was fun to i. I couldn't really get details but it was. It was a fun reminder that like yet actors are famous and beautiful and like whatever but like it's still kind of. It's like such a nightmare industry to be in because like them both like complaining about like oh well like you know i i just i did that because i just needed a check like i hadn't had a job in forever and it was a lot of i love me on this like random actresses dinner just like yeah because i look at the person i have that too that issued my is like get really really wide and then i like kind of hunched over like i have a listening i have i. It's very clear that i'm listening. You have a listening face and body <hes>. I just have no chill really. I almost said i'm loving this season and i was like stop it. Bobby do not say anything to sue her. Her name is commented on the season. I was like as we were leaving because they like shut down the rest of like they got a lot of food and dessert that place play some place i eight is good in clinton hill yeah because we we were looking we eat and everything around there has the longest wait and that place didn't and so we sat down here just got pasta regular great okay. Let's move. They like we're getting all this stuff so when we left they were the only ones there were like one of a couple tables. That still have people there. It was pretty early. It was like nine but i almost like loving the season of your they downstairs yeah. I did know i'm not obnoxious. I didn't do it and loving the seas loving loving season. She's allowed me. I'm link once seen this season loving. Her name is leeann right at the she. She didn't create it. Let's get this name right just dean loop justina loop. No that's on her. That's her that's not her. That's all her little. Uh not not her. Let's get the name right love yup. Let's get the name reservoirs just one second to find her caitlin fitzgerald jalen alan fitzgerald. She capitalizes the g. That is wild. Caitlyn fits your way do. I know who that is. Yeah hold on fits capital f. i. T. c. capital g. airled. We hold onto. I know her. She's in masters of sex is met her real-life. Really that's so oh funny tabitha succession yes. She came sweet better. She came up because she went on a date with another famous person that i don't wanna talk about on this podcast i she was in unreal. We that's yeah that's how i knew her from unreal and knee ways oh my g- ms agnes adler adler okay next call is alison donor and i need post m._t._v. <hes> iconic dash. Who are the and you could buy one two three hill who get out of here with us. She's the dancer from missy elliott's music video from floyd ticket back. We didn't get a lot of the calls we got. A lot of calls about. Allison's donor was like who cares what was funny like. Missy elliott got the tribute. There's so many people involved. It was an amazing tribute. They're like what have we bring out the young girl who danced which honestly like. I don't think anyone cares about anymore. I mean our voicemail inbox beck's differ. You're all nostalgic. This dude do think with the souljah sick with hi jennifer love hewitt who or <hes> <hes> do you play right one two three. There are three named them but like three named. Maybe hot really a good actress that heading into new like soon watch your back <hes> <hes> that nato watch your back she such a representative of like a very specific early odds culturally nineties early trencher. It's trashy was never all that good. Mchugh was in everything people loved her. She was like on the cover of magazines. She released that song bare naked. That wasn't great song. What are you telling them. I'm i'm good. I played that here on this podcast before they just can't is it. Just can't take it. Just i can't take it. I'm getting jaded. No i just can't take it anymore. Naked life's what you make it but he called it was like why is bobby always on key in your off key like rude delete on someone called and said the delete e. You always put the music under your voice for you and you sound like you're singing on g. Oh you never do that for me. But sino nine okay lifts tyler in the year of our lord twenty nineteen who are then also her <hes> like twenty five getting ready whatever i can care for vogue so boring one two three them get you watch her new video with her apartment tour because i highly recommend that someone called about got it though and i didn't even know existed because no one sees. She did one of her beauty thing in that went viral because it was like forty five steps long. Oh yeah we talked about men cheated went for her house and it's like the most like like fucking i mean this is just like for new york's free new york had only like for new yorkers like it was a new york. Sorry just like had a brain fart there. It's like four new yorkers only in that. It's like a converted west village brownstone with lots of intricate details like a pink glass like she's like. Everyone told me i they didn't. They didn't want pink glass but i'd put in glass and it's beautiful like her. She's insane. It's insane. I love it. My favorite thing about live tyler is that she started the leftovers not knowing she was starring starring in a television show that it was a movie no filmed her smoking and like talking about the end of the world and they were like oh. This works fleet really no kidding. Oh we in the video that you have to watch at the end she goes to my attic and then it just a shot of her concert over and we're in my attic. It's so good. It's so good. She shows everyone heard lord of the rings sword. This is the way to my attic and i thought you might wanna come up and see my attic with me so this is my attic haven't been cleared for very have so much. It's so good. Her boy sounds like a female. Benjamin been button aged backwards woman. Yeah who's now on benzes like deeply relaxed. You know what i mean. That's what she sound. Her voice is incredible in because it's like credible it's old and it's baby but it's also old and wildlife wise baby. The exhausted lies baby. It's exhausted wise baby. Who's also really tired but also like really wants to entertain us doesn't wanna go to. She's so excited about some parts of our house house. You have to watch the whole thing trying so hard not to yawn because she doesn't. She wants to be president a moment. That's her voice. She's exhausted. It's i love the radicals like kinda the gross we'll just love it she's like do you wanna see my attic high who weekly i'm back <hes>. I was just wondering if you could tell. I mean if <hes> rosalia is a who are at the end. She just got three nominations and i really feel like in the u._s. Listen english speaking world. She's like about two like top off and didn't even bigger way also kylie jenner and courtney kardashian and will smith have listened the music publicly on instagram and like is that moore who or them i'm not sure but yeah not <hes> i think thank you <hes> one two three who i think almost them not not quite them more like spanish language them spinach them lick but i would say like osuna is is already kind of emmy hers on pretty demi yeah yeah but like bad bunnies kinda who you still <hes> if you're like grows rosalia is also like music industry that people are obsessed. I mean she's like the number one up and coming up which is mention. Thank you ms oh. She was on the as to like her. Performance was also just wild so good and i think normany same bodas what is normally like. It's like it's still a who but but that's why the v._m. Should just be all who's yeah issued ruse like shifted because because all we talk about hiller swift how arianna wasn't there. How billy alex wasn't their holidays. You'll weren't there and it's like fuck that focus on the who's and you won't have to worry about it. They'll all come. They keep listening to who weekly <hes> call in sixty nine who them if you have questions comments concerns have a great labor day weekend if you you are in america if not happy you aren't one yeah exactly follow us on instagram twitter. Facebook rate reveals apple podcasts rests. It's been awhile since we've had reviews. It's been like a week yeah where reviews on the we'll see you on tuesday happy labor day by <music> hi lindsay my buddy. He meantime medium. I thought the f- train has fourteen. I saw signs of the digilent- hall broadway show sorry from name. Tom ridge is <hes> 'cause he's very hot. <hes> i know i can do it but i would rather you. I saw this semester. I'm i just saw this neat about the hotline. Recall about tom sturridge. I actually worked at he wall and <hes> so i'll use research i talk. He's british fees husky smooth that he's done like have real big movies. He's mostly movies <hes> anyway. He's really charted after this show to like one man shows are one ac back to back and originally jake was going to go first and then tom but then they flipped it which is trump's kind of enough for jake which was so it's like button. People are coming to them. Not the <hes> the who so i think this is our order also like i've almost supposed times because it is very clear who is who and who is then <hes> some surge also a tony nominee for orphans spends which was one of those like flash in the pan then it was on when i came home and then now everybody's like what and then that we're on the road out of station he was in <hes> now and he's been married miller <hes> but yeah you know british and in realize not <hes> but you know he's various houses and i know you like plays so the company. I work for if you come. 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Phone Addiction, Guilty Pleasures, and Aromatherapy

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

14:44 min | 2 years ago

Phone Addiction, Guilty Pleasures, and Aromatherapy

"My name's willed freeze in this is a Sunday. Scariest podcast your cure for the Sunday blues. This week's episode is supported by helix mattresses. Trouble sleeping is something we all encounter after a big weekend along day at work or even just those random nights when you toss and turn thinking about something stressful. If you're anything like me, you like to spend the majority of your Sunday in bed trying to decompress from the weekend more than anything on Sunday night, you need to good night's rest helix can help you do that comfortably. By going to helixsleep dot com slash scares. You can take a two minute sleep quiz. They'll match you to a mattress that will give you the best sleep of your life take everything into account body type whether you toss and turn our hot or cold sleeper. And whether you liked to get your mattress, plush or firm, you can even try it for one hundred nights risk-free. He looks is currently offering up to one hundred twenty five dollars off all mattress orders. You. Go to helixsleep dot com slash Gary's. Again, that's one hundred twenty five dollars off of your order by going to helixsleep dot com slash scares. I'll even put a link to it in the description of this episode. This week. We're going to talk about aromatherapy, phone, addiction and guilty pleasures. Admittedly. I was doing some Christmas shopping for my girlfriend. I was on goop, you know, that hoity toity Gwyneth Paltrow website. That's been getting in trouble for false medical claims. So I was kind of doing a little more window shopping than actual Christmas shopping. But that's beside the point either way, I saw this thing. I wasn't quite sure what it was it almost looks like something you'd see sitting on some stone is counter, but I couldn't imagine goop selling that sort of thing. Either tall white with what appeared to be a spout of the top. And a cord that ran out of the bottom with some intrigue. I clicked it. The va trivial stone diffuser for one hundred nineteen dollars. The words stone in diffuser in it. It didn't really help my case against it. Not being something that may not be legal in ten states. What I soon learned was that it was actually for aromatherapy. Which again, I wasn't quite sure what it is. Sure. I'd heard of it before. But I didn't know. No, no. You know, apparently what this thing does is diffuse essential oils throughout your home to smell could be grapefruit eucalyptus lavender the list really goes on. But still I had no idea what essential oils were did. You put them in smoothies. Do you rub them on your skin? Do you drip them onto your tongue name essential oils? I couldn't stop thinking that just sounded like some overly expensive air freshener. So I dug deeper I wanted to know at its root what a Roma therapy actually did for someone after all I'm not opposed to incorporating into my Sunday, rituals and panic room to be completely Frank. It's kinda surprising. I haven't already done so considering my affinity for Senate candles what I found was this, aromatherapy uses plant materials and air Matic plant oils, including essential oils and other aroma compounds for improving, your psychological and physical well-being now bear with me because this is about to sign the little granola. The deep down. It's all about the essential oils. I just talked about pretty much. They're made from flowers herbs and tree parts like bark root, peels and pedals. It's what makes those things smell the way that they smell their essence in when the essence is extracted. It becomes the you guessed it, he sensual oils that using these things. So here's how it works. The smells incense activate the smell receptors in your nose, which then send messages to your brain and nervous system this plays into your emotions. Which is why people use them in the first place to feel good. What do they actually do though? Like besides just smell. There said to help ease stress, anxiety and depression. Heightened relaxation, improve sleep ease symptoms of dementia and even fight bacteria. The entire idea is that it's kind of like burning incense, but maybe a little less intense and not as much of a fire hazard. So no while you don't become relaxed. Because you smoked anything out of it. You may just become relaxed because the triggers soften your brain. While you sit and watch the most recent episode of the great British baking show on Netflix. And hey, I'll take that. Even if it does cost one hundred nineteen dollars on goop. Four hours and forty eight minutes. That's the average amount of time. I spent on my phone per day last week, four hours and forty eight minutes, four hours and forty eight minutes of scrolling Instagram checking emails and trying to figure out what song play four hours and forty eight minutes of reading tweets taking photos and sending text messages, four hours and forty eight minutes of actions that I have no actual memory of twenty percent of an entire day spent staring into a screen rather than doing literally anything else. And the fact of the matter is, yes, I'd love to use the quote, but I was working excuse to avoid feeling as Oma did to my phone, but plain simple, I wasn't working. Most people myself included wouldn't want to actually admit that they're dictated their phone. I mean, I think that's kind of one of the Staples of addiction the whole I could quit smoking cigarettes. Whenever I want thing that people say when they go from being a soc. Smoker to a regular smoker. And maybe they genuinely believe that that they could actually quit whenever they wanted. But a lot of the time. It's just not that simple. When I saw that four hours and forty eight minutes, I didn't necessarily want to think it was true. It just seemed like a lot. But I guess it is a lot. My hopes were that Apple's new screen time tracking on IRS would be faulty. And maybe it track time when I wasn't actually on my phone. Unfortunately, it became pretty evident that I was when I looked at the break down. I saw numbers that surprised me even more not only was I picking up my phone one hundred fifteen times per day, but I was receiving about one hundred twenty-five notifications a day. That's just one hundred twenty five prompts for me to look down reach over or pull my phone out of my pocket to unintentionally distract myself. Am I did my phone maybe phone addiction at its root is a compulsive overuse or strong emotional attachment to your phone? It's the constant and obsessive checking of it. Whether you're lying in your couch, watching friends, or if you're driving at seventy six miles an hour down the freeway. Whether it's every few seconds every few minutes, or you're just constantly holding it it's a category that most of us fall into the other night. I noticed it more than ever. There. We were sitting in our living room. The TV was playing our dog was somewhere between chewing a bone and sleeping on her bed. And we sat there on our phones while up the show that I frankly can't remember played in the background. I wasn't even sure how many episodes we had gone through. I was so fixated on what was in my hand rather than what was on screen in front of me, or what was even more concerning than anything. I didn't know what the person next to me was doing after all we just spent the entire day apart working are separate jobs. Shouldn't we be cooking dinner decompressing from the day and enjoying a glass of wine together rather than staring deeply into these screens? For all. I know we are looking at and liking the same posts and engagement photo here. They in photo there and Instagram contest where we had to tag three other people. But instead we were isolated from one another loss in our own separate worlds rather than the world that we were sitting in right now phone addiction isn't yet a psychological and medical disorder. Instead, it's just something. We joke about our deflect onto others who are looking at their phone. The moment that you aren't looking on your phone, but some signs that you are here few you check the time. And then you immediately forget what time it is your phone may act as carry blanket when you're out in public are riding the elevator of your apartment. Your phone is always on you like always you always have to have a charger on you or you fear that your phone will die you keep checking for notifications. Even when you haven't posted anything, you feel phantom vibrations in your pocket, and there are million more that. Are so relatable that they'll all make you wanna put your phone down and move to a remote cabin in Montana. But there are some strides that you can take you can leave it behind when you go run errands. You can go for walks without it, you can put it in your glovebox when you're driving or you can just leave in a different room when you're making dinner or watching a movie just anything to make it more difficult to find when your brain has about of boredom. I know you're likely listening to this very episode on a phone, but I got a notification the other day from a meditation app head space that simply asked what if you turned off all your notifications kind of contradictory. Yes. But I simply put my phone on do not disturb for the rest of the day. We'll make an effort to avoid things. I didn't really need to see. Don't feel shamed. By your iphone Sunday, breakdowns of your screen time. Just try to look at how much you're on it and be better the week going forward. Even if it means not posting an Instagram story from that new restaurant you've been dying to try you'll live. This is an admission of guilt. It all started a few weeks ago from the recommendation of a friend, well, less of a recommendation and more of a have you seen the show? It's completely brainless. But I'm addicted and sometimes that's what you need a mindless show that you can zone out to I'll making dinner doing some work or simply trying to fall asleep. But what I didn't realize when I queued this one up on Hulu is that it would hijack the next three weeks my life. It's called younger, and it starring Hilary Duff and a bunch of other people that you haven't heard of it's mindless, it's terribly written in its recently, become one of my guilty pleasure. Tv shows in the pilot episode. You learned that the main character is divorced say mother who wants to get into the publishing industry, but because of her age, and the gap and work experience from raising a family, she fears her chances at landing something are tanking. So what does she do? She lies about her age. Then it pretty much spirals from there. See I think most television shows can fall into a specific category. You have your prestige television any HBO drama, the crown madman. You know, the ones that make you feel like you're must reading a book sometimes, and then you have your comedies the shows that actually make you laugh like veep modern family the office friends. Frazier Seinfeld shows that are legitimately funny. And then on the other end, you have your guilty pleasures, which younger obviously falls into the shows. You don't want to admit you watch. But still the shows that you gush about over group dinners when you realize that someone else had the same embarrassing taste for television deep down. These are kind of my favorite you can't wear them like a badge of honor in live tweet, Amazon fold you have to hold them close to you and pick your spots. Just in case anybody else knows what you're talking about. Of course, you'll get made fun of when you admit that you've dedicated hours of your life to it to someone who is an in the no, but that's your. Dirty little secret deep down. We all need something that we can indulge in with minimum investment something we can fall asleep to after a long day and not feel badly about something that transports your brain into a different world. No matter how cheesy that world may be sometimes that makes everything else in your life seemed just a little more legitimate by no means my suggesting that you indulge in the five seasons of younger that have taken over my nights. Don't be afraid to let your guilty pleasure flag. Fly little bit. It'll feel good just be careful trying to figure out where you left off when you fall asleep during the night priors episode. It may drive you absolutely insane. This week's episode is also brought to you by upstart. Money is something we all stress about in fact, it may be what weighs on you. Heaviest Sunday after Sunday after Sunday like me, you've probably got some loans student loans, Car Loans list, really goes on and whether they're bigger small that's completely normal and not something to feel guilty about upstart is here to revolutionize the way that we borrow money. Quick and easy. 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It will the freeze and remember always trim the wicks on your scented candle. See next Monday.

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Mixtape Game: Why Not Take a Crazy Chance

The Dave Ryan Show

12:19 min | 8 months ago

Mixtape Game: Why Not Take a Crazy Chance

"Let's get started on the mix tape. Here we go. All righty everybody Jenny here, host the mix tape game. Some people call me the Alex Trebek of host, so let's get the. Yeah. You run into your high school Algebra teacher. Who said You'd never amount to anything if you kept goofing off in class when she asks what you do for a job these days and you get to tell her. You're a partner at a law firm. What Song Plays Inside your head? Davis kick it off with you. This is an actual scenario. Because Mrs. Burton was my high school, Algebra teacher and she used to get on me because I never paid attention I think. I got a see in that class. She I didn't become the the partner in the law firm, but Mrs Burton I would tell her You know what you were wrong and I'm. Her. Old I can still see her glasses on the board around her. And I can still see her looking at me going Okay David. If you're not gonNA pay attention, you can just leave, but she didn't really want me to leave. had been trouble. You what? There's my entry. found. I'm really glad you said that. I'm partner. Law Firm because I don't feel like I'd have the same if it was just what I'm doing currently, so thank you for that like upgrade massively. This song speaks for itself I would just hit this and their face. Poe Look. Oh look. I. Did one Paladins good one. Okay, all right. Listen this lady she's. Maybe she's a nice person. I don't really care. I am here to show her up and not only do I. Hope that she feels horrible about the way that she treated me. I hope that my face is on billboards and sides of buses like. Do you need a claim called Tina. Look at me every day and I hope that this is the song that not just I think of, but she thinks. Good one. I'll be skipping also. To. ex-soviet! Okay I would like to plot. All three of you did a fabulous job picking a song. That really just shows that teacher that you're the issue now. The one that makes you feel like anger towards what she used to do to you and really proves that like your this person now I'm a partner. I gotta give it to Tina. On well. That was the only one I had a chance on I. Think Would you billboard say it's Tina s time. Next Round Jenny you walk into the break room at work on Monday. See Leftover rotisserie chicken sitting on the table from Friday as your heating up your lunch, you turn around and see Linus going in on the leftover chicken. What Song plays in your head you watch. Describe your emotion. His name is linus. Yeah, I can only picture the kid for the peanuts comicstrip so there he is, he's going through four day old rotisserie chicken, just old man names, and then I put line. Gets. So I would get my phone and I would watch him and I would encourage him. It'd be like come on eat that. That's four days old. You're going to get some sort of trick minnows e. FINEST GO? Is. It's GonNa. Be So sick. He's GonNa. Be Five minutes which might be as plan. Maybe I looked at it like linus is looking to get out of work and I respect. My initial thought I know how it would be. I would look at him and initially be disgusted, but then I also have been known to sample some things that sat on a table over a weekend and I'm like you know what screw it wide not. Crazy camp wine is. Hillary. And she beat wall wallet by busted out. Banger the great. Thank you Tina. Oh my gosh so jealous. Win Whatever? Myself, one more person. Hello, it's me. Tina go ahead. So I I can only assume that. This is a dream that I'm having because if it was real life, we all know that I would be. Linus I would be eating that chicken myself so in my dream I'm watching Linus. Devour this chicken. I love so much and I am just very jealous. Debut may play my socks taunts. Talking to the ticket. So uncomfortable correct. Eighteen is out. Now so uncomfortable, but maddening her making out with a chicken breath eight eight accurate song for me. Chicken as dry with kind of a gray hone to spell check and it's just. It's dot falling off the boat. It just is in one big dry, grey hunk. You're disgusting. I have watched Tina devour rotisserie chicken in front of me and that song does I think fits the scene that I saw because she just looked at it as if it was the most beautiful thing, she's ever seen in her life. That's correct so I like that a lot but the problem with it is. It's a little too sexual. Stand by my choice. I don't think I like that. You're jealous of line is, but I think that fallon nail that with why. I'm sorry. Wind. What? Is. Considered by choice. One more time. To Multiple Times safe at this point. Actually gave you the point four him one time I. It last round. This may be my last champ. Only best chance to win. Yeah, right now it's teen and I both have won Dave. Okay all right here we go. You're going to be down the Apple River. With your ten best friends, what Song plays on repeat as lay back and float down the river with a bud light in your hand, okay? I'm slowly going down the river I'm in a Tube I'm relaxing. The sun is glistening off the water almost in slow motion, but it's definitely glistening, and this is a glistening kind of a song. That just says you know what you work all day work all week, and now you just relax. The water glistening. Tobacco that act. To want to withdraw and. I do. and. What are you? Just. Commentary on that I'm sorry. Back On the river it's. Your detracting from my entry wouldn't something disgusting. Again What. David did a good job. Thank you don't ballons. Commentary does not affect you. We will move onto fallon's choice now. So this is the perfect scenario. Because as you know, I am from Southern Indiana and we have done many tubing an hour days and realistically. I never had the boat. I never brought the booze, so I was in someone else's hand, so I know that they would choose the song that we played every single person I would to with would choose a country song, and this is. There is literally no better song than this words perfectly. Really Need We. Know No. Country Songs are allowed on this. Show. Just so Nice Air Jenny, literally, talking about. Inner Tube floating down the river. Oh, I know. What did you google songs about being on an inner tube? Hillbilly I know that it would have been a black A. She could have called me out but Brad Paisley old school all right last entry. Go ahead Tina. Thank you Jenny so. This feel deja-vu. That's okay off the Strip club. Like the memory thing, so this is already been dubbed my Song of summer. The song that I've been listening to repeat. It makes me feel great, and it makes sense because you said I'm holding a beer which I'll be holding in my right hand so I have molest hand free. Comedy show today. All this summer, vibes. I'm pretty confident about one and w column on this one. Fingers. Did you hear my song. Listens. Listens like. Oil On that. Everybody wants to get I. DO applaud you. Guys did a good job this round. There's just something that you have to know about me personally. It's that I've done some deep research to down rivers. I've held a bud light in my hand, a phone and the other one without trying to drop it in the water. And any time you floating down a river, especially the apple. You're listening to country music and Fallon saw was. Young! We. Win. Even I would be listening to country music tubing. Honestly thought I thought I had an ace in the hole on that one so confident. Dave I'll give you half a point, so you don't go out with a goose egg. That's. The sad that you are taking that so sad. Basically bring up I should have won this whole game. That saw not win. Usually, you're really good at this game. I think this might have been your worst round of all time my personal. DC. Would I love playing? Not Hilary Duff. You have a full audience of women who love H staff. She's in Rome invest. Like Hillary Dot because she snub my daughter, my daughter brought her Lizzie McGuire doll to her concert stage an answer to sign it, and I can still picture where her wrinkling up her nose. I can't cy I. DON'T WANNA sign that okay? Alison went home at nine years old through her Hillary Duff Lizzie McGuire doll in the closet and never touch it again. Everyone has a bad day. She Paulo were arguing. Probably. Right.

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Duff McKagan

10 Things That Scare Me

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Duff McKagan

"Approach. Listener support W in Weiss e studios. Number one. Ignorance. I left high school early. I got GED and left. College was not option in my family. There was eight kids that was a fireman. So if you want to college that was on you. When I made money in my twenties, and I put myself to school. So I understand. Not all of us have the opportunity to get a higher education hired Eucation, not necessarily necessary, but purposeful ignorance willful ignorance is something that I scratched my head at. Number two. I used to play in punk rock bands started in nineteen seventy nine. I remember talking to an older guy, and he said, you know, when we're singing against the man, it's not the mayor of Seattle. It's not the governor of Washington. It's not the president of the United States is the big machine. That's behind it. The lobbyists. Number three. That it won't rain in Seattle, any more. Number four. My daughter's being safe. Man, I fear for them. Just like I did when they were four and seven and eight twenty one. We got to see these parkland kids and how eloquent and smart they were and brave. That is this generation, and I have two of those girls, and they registered a vote. Number five. Social media. There were six reality shows. Number seven. The selling of the quote unquote divide. Eight. Cable news. When you turn off the news, and you have computer shut and you're not looking at Twitter, and you're actually going to the alligator guy. Outside of New Orleans and you're in his air boat. You don't talk about politics. Talking about alligators eat hotdogs, marshmallows. Number nine. All these labels. Snowflakes lefties dams. All right, far, right, conservative, you know, nobody has ever said that to me that what's your deal? I'm lip lip tart. I'm extreme right conservative. I'm in the bubble gonna lead us, actually, I have met one person that identifies any of those things. I don't have a tenth on here was. Oh. The door closing on an airplane. My name is deaf McCain. And these are ten things that scare me. Duff MacKay again is musician. He's best known as the basis for guns N roses and his solo album tenderness is out now. You can find ten things that scare me on Instagram and Twitter at ten things pot. You know what scares me? That I'm gonna get foisted by my own petard. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten thanks podcasts dot org.

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