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Episode Preview: Respect Our Authoriteh

The Kame House Podcast

03:47 min | 3 months ago

Episode Preview: Respect Our Authoriteh

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468. A Tasty Treat: a childrens bedtime story and meditation

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

22:53 min | 3 months ago

468. A Tasty Treat: a childrens bedtime story and meditation

"Hello i'll way islanders. We are so grateful for the kind words you've shared in your review a listener in melbourne australia. Tell us their son can't go to bed without his dragon breaths and story and that he takes dragon perhaps whenever he feels angry or upset and a listener in japan says their daughter wants to hear our island whenever she's having trouble sleeping. We're so happy hour. Show is helping people stay. Calm all over the world the now. Let's be calm together with a meditation and then news story. If you haven't golf reading please become a member of become on our island. Podcast on patriot. You'll find all your favorite episodes there and so much more. Your support will help us grow to bring you more of the content. You requested for listening. Now let's relax Hello our islanders. Let's see if you're ready to be calm on our island. Are the lights in your room. Dim off do you have. Your favourite blanket are listening buddy before we begin our story. Let's relax by taking three deep dragon. Brats breathe in through your nose filling up your belly and then out through your mouth pretending your breathing fire. Ready deep breath in and out. I feel your legs. Back and belly softening again Deep breath in and out now as your chest arms and shoulders relax think of a mama dear gently nudging her baby up onto its feet encouraging the phone to stand on its own you feel connected and loved just like the baby deer last one. Fill up your belly. A deep breath in and out. Close your eyes as your head. Face and neck soften completely relaxed loving energy surrounds. You and you are cherished. Enjoy the feeling of relaxation. And hold your hands out as if you are holding a beach ball. You are holding a ball all of loving energy. Feel your hands warming as you slowly. Move your hands apart. Then towards each other. Feel the energy in the ball crowing. Move your hands apart again then towards each other let go of the energy ball and allow it to roll down to your feet. Imagine the ball releasing energy into your feet take a deep dragon in and out and enjoy the feeling of warmth in your feet feel the energy warming your legs as it flows up to your lower back the stream of energy arms your back. Do you relax again breath in through your nose and out through your mouth pretending you are breathing. Fire deep breath in and out the energy stream flow into your tummy feel harp. Your tummy is calmed. By the loving energy battleaxe and breed in and out the loving energy flows up into your chest and heart. Feel your heart. Relax and warm as it swells with love. Enjoy the feeling and take deep dragon. Brad in and the energy flows up into your neck. Feel your neck warm and soften breathe in and out allowing the energy to flow up into your forehead. Just step of your eyes and between your eyebrows. The loving energy reaches the top of your head. Notice the energy. It's now flowing through your body. Feel it warming your toe. your legs. your back your tummy your heart your neck and your head continue to feel the warmth of a loving energy as it flows through you from your toes up to the top of your head and out notice how the energy keeps flowing. A constant stream fills you with love. Let's take three more deep dragon. Breath remember to breathe in through your nose filling up your belly and then out pretending you are breathing. Fire deep breath in and out feel your legs back and belly soften again deep breath in and out now as your chest arms and shoulders relax. Think of a mama dear gently nudging her baby up onto its feet encouraging the fund to stand on its own you feel connected and loved just like the baby deer last one up your belly deep wrath in and out keep your eyes closed as your head face and neck soften completely relaxed loving energy surrounds. You and you are cherished. Great job everyone. I hope you are tucked in nice and cozy okay. I think we're ready to begin. Our store Bullets com on our island. Our story today is sudden smell with a gentle rumble. The large garage door slowly rolled up as sunlight spilled to into the room sydney. The little snow plow outside red orange and yellow leaf tumbled past propelled by the wind with each gus leaves swirl than danced by sydney noticed that the trees still held quite a few leagues that was unusual when his garage door opened. The plow rarely saw leeds when sydney was out ploughing trees were completely bare and the only green trees that sydney ever saw were pine and fir-trees as sydney watched and wondered Large cloud floated past the signed casting a shadow into the garage. More and more clouds floated toward the large cloud. Beams of sunlight. Let the ground like spotlights. As clouds coasted closer and closer together it was then that the snowplow notice the people they hurry past bundled up and looking at the sky with worried expressions. Sydney wondered what they were. So concerned about There was just a bit of wind. Leaves nothing to worry about just to be sure. The snowplow followed their gaze up to the sky wants more now. Clouds completely covered the sun. They had formed an enormous four feet blanket but stretched across the sky. Bob little snow plows. Mild imagining the sun wrapped up in the cosy blanket of clough. Then it happened a big. Puffy snowflake drifted down to the ground another flake covered but it was scooped up by elif blown by head gusto. Wind be felt confused. How could it be snowing. Snow happened in winter And it was fall. Sydney knew that because leaves were still on the traits. I gentle rumble. Started next to him as well. Are you ready to help everyone out. A warm gravelly voice asked. Sydney stared outside as the sky turned white filling snowflakes. How can this happen to him. It's still far. The older snowplow chuckled. You're right sydney. Usually snow comes in winter but it can come in the fall and even in the spring if it's cold enough and today it's cold enough. Sydney nodded understanding. He knew that snow was basically frozen rain. So that made sense. He just had never seen snowfall before. Winter started then. His engine hiccuped as he had a worrying. Thought sam if i wasn't prepared for snow in the fall i'm sure the people may not be ready either. Sydney said sam nodded. You're right sydney. They will need a little extra help today. The people may have gone out. I felt their winter gear. They may not have their shovels ready. We'll have to people watch out for anyone who is in trouble. Both snowplows rumble to warn their engines for the upcoming task. Snow belt faster covering the road with sparkling white flakes. Sydney looked at sam and said we'd better get going. The snow is already covering the street. sam smiled and said yes. It's time he your radio if you need help give me a call and i'll call you if i need some help take care. It looks like the snow is going to get deep fast. Sydney nodded and replied. I will you take care to with that. Both snowplows headed out to clear the roads each in a different direction. Sydney lowered his plow to skim the road. Surface mild. A snow flew off to the side of the road. Forming mounds of fluff. He checked the road behind him. It was nice and clean for now. Sydney side with the speed. The snow was coming down. He knew that the road would be covered again by the time he had finished his route. The little snow plow felt grateful. For sam's help together they would keep the streets clean and safe for everyone. Driving as sydney drove down the street. He spotted something off to the side of the rope. It was difficult to see since the whites filled. The air drove closer. He realized it was a car. Sydney slowed down and angle his plow the wave of snow away from the car then he slowly pushed the snow away so that the car could be pulled back onto the road as he finished clearing a path for the car. Sydney called to sam. I have a family stuck in the snow. I'm a little behind. Because i've cleared a path for them. Sam said good job sydney. I'll give toby the tow truck call. He can help the family get back on the road. Thanks sam sydney said. As he gently moved a little more snow the family inside the car smiled and waved grateful to have help getting out of the snowbank sydney hawked a friendly greeting and as he turned to continue his route. The snowplow heard another friendly. Honk toby the tow trucks smile behind him. Ready to get the little car back on the road. Sydney moved out of the way and toby took over. The little snow felt happy knowing he had done his part to help. And the would be back on the road soon. How it was time to finish his route sydney trove along with waves of snow flying off to the side of the road. Once more as he reached the end of his route he checked in with sam. I'm almost done with my route. Where are you. Sam replied now. I'm helping a car out then. I'll start plowing the streets again sydney understood. I'll give toby a call and he did after he called the tow truck. The snowplow was back at the beginning of his route. There was plenty of snow to move so sydney got busy. He did notice that the snowfall had slowed. Maybe this would be. The last route to snowplows. Finished their rounds at the snow completely stopped. Sydney asked sam one more. Sam replied that do it with the snow stopped. His would be last time around both plows. Ready for arrest. They had been working hard once they had finished their last pass. They admired their work. The roads were clear and the people would be able to go wherever they needed to slowly ramble back into the garage. Sam followed him. Cassini settled down into his spine off all he had to be great for the little snow plow out happy to be back in the co seek. Sydney felt thankful for sam's help and company Most of all bledel snowplow felt grateful to help others by clearing the roads. Sydney squeeze temps elf tight and then relaxed the an happiness taking d track and breath. Snow plow felt the warmth the heater melting snow off his tires in plow. Sydney took another tape track and breath out smiled for wrong deep track in and out phone little snow. Plows engine quieted and he drifted off into a deep sleep. Happy to help where ever he was needed. Thank you for joining us to be calm on our way island. See you next time

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2020: A Year of Loss or a Springboard to a Life You Love?

Living Legacy Leadership

24:10 min | 3 months ago

2020: A Year of Loss or a Springboard to a Life You Love?

"Welcome to living legacy leadership where we explore discover and share insights tools and strategies for life well-lived into elder hood. I'm your host donna. Kim brand author speaker legacy strategy coach and creator of the concept living legacy where you choose to live life on your own terms while contributing to people places and projects along your life journey. I believe that the life you live is the legacy you leave now. The guests i bring you each week all address. Some unique aspect of learning leadership or legacy. This helps you raise your own game as a leader in business in life and also showcases some extraordinary people who exemplify living legacy leadership at least once a month. I also offer training session to skill you and game changer. Thinking for your own application so get your notebook ready or sharpen up your memory by tuning in your attention and we'll dive right in. Well today folks you get me. I'm actually have been thinking about this topic. And so we're going to share a little bit about the year twenty twenty. Is it a europe loss. Or perhaps a springboard to a life you love so it can go both ways. Can't it and probably most of us have experienced both The loss and the springboard aspects so just to play with it a little bit on a broader scale. You know with the world. Larch is well as each person's personal environment When we look at what's been happening and we busy switch to mainly online interactions One american psychotherapist recommends using the term wrote remote rather than virtual through yourselves of our losses physical proximity which in fact is itself a source of loss and grief. So when you ask people their Immediate reaction or response to twenty twenty or the year twenty twenty. You get all kinds of responses now on one hand the sort of we'll call the more downside aspect of it. You might be able to use the word that the british queen used a few years back honest horribilis with uncertainty fear isolation shut shutdown high stress with things like home schooling remote working and sharing living space with others while trying to work or Round homeschool at the same time. You've got evictions. There's an upset an old routines and anything stable financial loss or strangulation. Just the sense of missing people you lover are used to hanging around with the change in rituals of things like births birthdays holidays and even deaf. I know my mother passed away a few months. Before the covid pandemic became more publicly known and frankly as much as it was a loss to lose her. Of course. i'm glad she didn't have to stick around and suffer through what was going on in facilities during this time of combet quoted so all in all Caused for greece grief and mourning for sure. Now we've been thrust face to face with our own nature during this period as well looking at our habits. For better or worse our explanations and expectations of life and goals have had to be revisited and sometimes chucked out altogether and restructured our relationships with family including spouses. Children parents even close friends and work colleagues. And sometimes what arose wasn't pretty especially as time dragged on and there was just nowhere to mourn or Complain or Have respite from what was going on because everybody was going through it now. These combined losses may put us at risk of things like exhaustion or disorientation of our own identity or not having sufficient coping strategies from muddling through. Unless of course we find it eventually. We do and we'll get into that in a moment. But unless a sense of resilience and agency and pioneer adventure spirit kicks in or we develop the necessary skills than we've seen a lot of people who've experienced things like depression anxiety Lack of motivation and just a sense of hopelessness. It's it's as the pandemic has dragged on. Now we develop new routines new expectations new ways of organizing our energy and productivity to do it needs doing and some of the ways that we can assist ourselves our loved ones our colleagues in getting through the sense of loss and grief and isolation and difficulty are for example to speak of the new normal and in fact create the new normal knowing that. We're not through this thing altogether yet and so whatever the new normal is is probably a temporary state but somewhere along the way we have to also get used to being more real with what's actually happening Whatever you think about all the procedures and protocols around the corona virus and the pandemic There is a real virus A lot of the other stuff around it may or may not be true. Who knows we don't know but we live in a society we need to get along with each other So we want to establish routines to normalize the unknown and reduce the sense of stress and risk felt both by ourselves and the people around us now assisting the setting up of new routines that at least get us through the time. Being in a sense of reality of what's going on as it drags on we wanna be empathetic or compassionate and letting people be heard as they rewire new ways of being new ways of doing things new ways of relating and working and not exaggerate or inflate. What's going on and at the same time not stomp on people's hope so there's that balance to be reached so we must acknowledge that what's been going on had still going on in his lost that even as we muster patients the ability to be present from a distance to support family and friends and colleagues is really important so in a sense. We're building up through our empathy and compassion were building new ways of relating with each other and even with ourselves. And that's a new muscle group or skilled group that we can develop and make ourselves more resilient with during this very difficult time now another way third way maybe to handle all. This difficulty is to simplify simplify our routines. Simple fire relationships. Simplify processes in operations if you look at things either in a household or in a business sense along with goals expectations. What constitutes productivity or acceptable performance. Both at home and at work and remember that being able to fulfil tasks somehow allows for feeling validated rather than feeling powerless so for people who are in leadership or management positions. That's sort of sort of tricky wrote. You need to walk along. Is you know the being real. And at the same time Providing hope and support to people along the way all of whom are adjusting and handling these situations differently now along with all the elements of loss uncertainty and remoteness experience in two thousand twenty. There's also been the opposite experience some by the same people Some who've Sort of skip the downsides of loss and decided to use the difficulties and obstacles as a springboard to something new and maybe even something better they are descriptions of twenty and food things like enlightening empowering enhance relationships with family and colleagues learning new skills taking on new personas by default or by design appreciation of people in groups like teachers medical staff truckers. Grocery workers people have found themselves to having to be more creative more bold and trying new things stepping out of their comfort zone and finally maybe even doing what they've been putting off or avoiding for many years because they were stuck in obligations or routines or just. Didn't really have the the sort of goading and cajoling to get them off their off the couch or off the off the fence people love Become more honest in many cases with themselves and others about what makes up not only good relationships but a life you love and finally finishing half baked products or projects so In this sense twenty twenty became a springboard launching them out of the restrictions of habit or routine or expectations are obligations. Like remember when we were kids. If you're in my age group we have this game called fifty to pickup with all those old plastic sticks. Or what sticks. All the pieces of their lives distrupted and scattered and so how people have decided to pick up. The pieces were rearranged the pieces or even leave some behind became a game of liberation and creative exploration and they've either deepened or let go of relationships seeking authentic and soul edifying relationships. Over stifling wants so some some big opportunities and changes in those rooms as well now even the challenges which frankly were and still are real provided by the cauldron within which new ways of being enduring are relating could emerge provides us an opportunity to you know even get rid of what might've been sacred cows. Some of those were sent packing some mmediately in the duress of multiple pressures such as trying to work from home while home schooling children who were also having to adjust to new realities an even sharing sharing schedules and workspace and would call it. Ram computer ram bandwidth on your computers with spouses or others students unexpectedly in the same place at the same time leading to draw on the same resources. So there's been a lot of hand wringing about the negative social and educational impact on children. Who were forced to wear masks and sit in virtual classrooms Being taught heaven forbid by mom or dad or brothers or sisters and also at the same time. These students can't see their friends or rump on the playground or the playing fields. It's true definitely. You know that impacts young people and at the same time i know plenty of people who once they kind of locked down and got used to the situation and sell into some kind of agreeable or at least acceptable routine at least for for the time being have forged new and deeper relationships with their children. Learning with them even appreciating teachers and learning methodologies. They previously taken for granted. Things like teaching your young child reading as my neighborhood to do so they get work done or show up in remote environments in good spirit soon with a sense of appreciation. That those who even have to work remotely from home still have a job as so many. Don't and colleagues You know they still have their colleagues without the hassle of a commute and you know all the expenses go with maintaining job. We have to show up in the workplace now as well by facing the obstacles and many new challenges many people had to come face to face with themselves their weaknesses as well strengths. They're sabotaging habits as well as beneficial ones were. They'd been compromising their true desires in order to get along with spouses and colleagues bosses now perhaps and even polity is people around. Were dying even what they wanted in life for their new life your ideal life to actually represent so many are choosing to downsize for better or worse It's interesting the effect on the real estate market. Some real estate markets have become paralyzed because nothing is happening and others are absolutely booming. Because on one hand many people are downsizing which is freeing up the inventory of available housing and others are moving into either smaller abodes or ironically larger abodes. Because they need working at home space figuring that this trend is actually gonna turn into something long term so depending on your circumstances and where you live You can have a very different experience of what appears to be happening to everybody at the same time so people are also moving to smaller communities out of cities. They're taking homeschooling by choice once they've gotten over the the shock of it all Realizing that they can have a much more flexible lifestyle if they can work out all the variables and pieces that that go into making that kind of lifestyle and educational experience and many have decided to start their own business a lot of them online since the now much more comfortable with something like zoom at other revolt styles of working in interaction. So i'm not sure where you fall in terms of these two scenarios of looking at twenty twenty for most of us. It's some kind of both. But of loss and also a springboard in creativity we talk about incremental and disruptive approaches most time we make incremental improvements on something it already exists. And it's really interesting. If you think of a picture of a house of cards where you just keep our jenga. Maybe i suppose concert card. You build up jenga you take down but nonetheless a similar in the sense that you add or you take away. Bits to the point that it becomes looking like almost dr seuss structure which can't sustain itself and then at all tumbles down and we have to start over and so just like with the fifty two pickup. You have to make those choices. Am i gonna pick up the existing pieces which of them will i pick up which of them still serve me and define what i might call a life. I love especially taking account the people around you. What's a life they would love to. And what do we leave behind. Or how do we restructure what we already have in a way that serves us better in this new reality knowing that that could change too. But at least for the time being so that you can regain some semblance of Flexibility within a loose structure which for most people is what tends to Make them feel comfortable and secure. Obviously there's always at either end people that need very tight structures and constraints and very clear boundaries and deadlines and targets and so on and on the other end of the extreme. They're people that just are totally. Footloose and fancy free. And don't want any constrictors and constraints and So the the interesting dynamic is that both of these are mixed in with our circumstance where on one hand we have gained a lot more freedom from the rituals And structures that of traditional societal institutions. And at the same time because of the pandemic. we're not able to take liberal use of being able to travel or take advantage of free time or lot looser structures so there's a lotta cross-currents going on in a lot of things on a human level that we need to deal with as i've been saying anyway so Yeah it's a very fascinating Human experience and experiment In many different ways now we either return to the old in what was familiar or we can start by creating a blueprint that includes elements. We want now at this age at this age of life at this stage of life at the age of our kids if we have them at the stage of our career perhaps and Designing a future based on what we want. Now what we want for our self and our family and our friend groups and the kind of lifestyle we want to live in into so i suppose the final piece of this. Since we're talking about twenty twenty being either a year of loss or springboard to alive we love. The question is what constitutes a life. I love. I think for a lot of us. We start off maybe early in life and early when we have major rituals like finishing high school or graduating college or getting first jobs or even getting married and even having first kits what his life moves on through the decades. We very often fall into rituals and routines and expectations and obligations. We have to fulfil at least chosen to fulfil and we let our dreams go and we lose sight of a life. We might love. We just accept what's happening or resist it either one and which case. You're either pretty much happy or pretty much miserable. Depending on the point of view you take so think about it. What constitutes a life. You love a life that encapsulates all that matters to you and thinking about who are you able to be in such life. What can you spend your time doing. And what or who do you have in your life that delights or serbs you in some way and i don't mean in terms of serving you. I mean in terms of Adds value to your life in a way that you've chosen because it matters to you. And how can you live more per purposefully as what i call a living legacy now obviously I've been going to the same as you same as everyone else. And i've had some major things happen in the past year like i mentioned already. My mother's death of she was close to ninety one. So it wasn't unexpected Moving out of our primary family home where we'd been for many years because of the pandemic being a little bit of an itinerant having to move from place to place Temporarily while waiting out the season and being able to rejoin the family haven't been able to meet my grandchildren. One of whom was born during the pandemic and one of whom is due to be born next month Along with the older one but on the other hand we've actually started family. Zoom calls and i actually see my children and grandchildren more than i did before albeit online through a zoom call so so there's all kinds of ways to adjust and make the most in the best of this kind of situation especially since it would appear that it isn't over yet and yet You have a choice in terms of many of the factors that will determine whether this dragged you down. You know it's the last straw for you or hopefully The springboard to in fact that life you love one of the decisions. I've made is actually to start a kind of a lifestyle blog. It'll be called living legacy lifestyle dot com. So i'm adding that to my repertoire of things to do. If i need more things to do but i think it encapsulates some of what i i love in my life and that is travel and that is Having a little bit more interaction with you my People that had come to hear from me or learn from me. And i had to learn from you and hear from you so I'm not sure when you're hearing this Broadcast but do look up In feature months living legacy lifestyle cop and see if it doesn't tickle your fancy somewhat. Meanwhile i wanna thank you all for being here. Thank you for bringing your friends of referring your friends here to lip living legacy leadership. And i invite you to become a leader in your own life to design that life. You love Who knows what happens. Next so We want to grab the joy an squeeze the life into every moment. That's possible in resilient ways in delightful ways in tasty juicy meaningful ways As we journey through life on this planet slinging itself through the through the galaxies. So thank you so much for being here once again and just let me remind you that life you live is the legacy you leave bye now.

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pursy

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:35 min | 1 year ago

pursy

"It's Merriam Webster's word of the day for October third. Today's word is Percy spelled L. P. U. R. S. Y. Percy is an adjective that means having a puckered appearance it can also mean proud because of one's wealth especially in the absence since of other distinctions. It's a synonym of purse proud. Here's the word used in a sentence from misery by Stephen King. There was a picture of of a pail Gent with a narrow face and a woman with dark eyes and Percy mouth. There are two adjectives spelled P. U. R. S. Y. Each with it's only the one describing puckered appearance goes back to the mid sixteenth century and has its source as the Noun purse meaning a receptacle for carrying tearing money and other small objects a drawstring purses puckered appearance is the inspiration the other Percy which can be pronounced Percy or posse dates from the fifteenth century and can mean short winded especially because of corpulence or simply fat this Percy comes from the old old French word Pusey meaning to exert pressure or to breathe heavily the same word etymologists believe behind the word push with your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolski visit Marian Webster. Dot Com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups uh-huh.

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LIVE OUIJA BOARD RECORDING & THE CRUCIFORM ENTITY!!!

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

40:21 min | 3 months ago

LIVE OUIJA BOARD RECORDING & THE CRUCIFORM ENTITY!!!

"From a girl talk about goals with kevin used us. Yes that's right weld on intro. It is indeed time for talk about ghost with me for news. It's time for the sunday salmon. Just quick little side note here. You know the some ghost videos where like a balloon. A helium balloon will walk around of its own accord. I've always looked at them and thought you know what that is. The some of the gas has just gone out to them. Reach likes what's a plateau level and then any source of breeze around the building is making them go along a path Consistence height and just proof of that. Because i bought becker a rainbow balloon for valentine's day with two smiley faces attached to it. This is a and there. Isn't you can hear that is because it's followed me around this living room all morning. I wanna make a coffee. It was like ongoing communication with. Thank you balloon then. A common set. This is like anglesey next year getaway angling next to when you do to record an honest to god and obviously not the sort to seek better scissors to valentine's gift. No no no books as it's got to smiley faces on them. I'm just going to address them very quickly on the show. Will you kindly do on whilst you this recording. People expect to be scared not scary. You're smiley cloud face attached to a rainbow. So can the perry is just for for the minutes. Please pardon my french. i'm going to push you way it will be back. It'll be back get haunted by a busted balloon. Anyway how are you all. I hope that you'll fantastically well. We don't mention the c word in this town. No we don't But it's had an effect on us this week Not a great way of sally found out the a relative of mine a very very close relative as being given days to live with cheese awfully sad and complete surprise just waiting for check up and they were like google which is horrible and it is horrible. But we're not the only ones go through anything like this. It's just awful. 'cause you can't go around and stuff like that but anyway that's been all week so yeah it's been a little down really like this balloon. I say anyway enough about deaths and balloons or not even have a word with yourself but you know what i mean enough about those sorts of things. I hope that you're fantastically well and ready for good spooky because my lord my lordy lordy lordy Do we have a plethora. Yes my favorite word. A plethora capital p. p. For you yes. We do of great amazing and terrifying ghost stories. It's being a little interesting time. This little weird stories coming out in different sorts of media. So there's a program own net flicks. I think it's broken might be fell. I think it's called behind hair is or in hair is and it's all about astral projection. Yes it is so. I put that on the washington watchlist because as you know i claim to vassal projected when i was sixteen years of age so i need to watch that there were not somebody put up saying. This isn't even more astral projections like show. I'm excited to watch. What else did watch out at just to let you know because this. This isn't a new feature of cat recommendations of things to watch and you're saying there was also on amazon prime. I paid the price lee. So the princely sum even four pounds to watch a film called the taking of debra logan. Now i came upon a list of like the twenty scariest films of the last few years and it was on it though. You know what. I'm gonna watch you one of the week so i did and i eighty percents of it terrified like really well done. The premise is this girl's doing a documentary or like a like a phd or something on alzheimer's research and then the alzheimer's woman slowly starts to become possessed by the devil. Yes and it's very good bought. Tell you all the last twenty minutes at a star. I didn't even finish the film because the last twenty minutes talk about jumping the shark. It doesn't just jump the shark. It catapults shock grabs. The shark takes it's designed and get exposure took with mickey mouse and human to believe all this is real and it's just so concerned the i eighty percents found tash turk the last twenty percent. Is god damn awful anyway. We don't communicate film reviews if he was going to buy four pound. Don't unless you back image case do so. We have a strange news. Becoming an amazing news. Become a stories of the supernatural and paranormal. Yes we do and we have not a few weeks. But i thought it'd be a good time to reintroduce who can we it And yes it's time wants more. Does he won't weird and wonderful. Things have taken place in the world in the last seven days. Well the reason why we brought back this segment is because something very terrifying happened in my hometown. Yes in aintree which is a suburb of liverpool where they host the ground national. Yes the or ray use anyway. I'm taking this from the daily mail online. Which you know. It is a very good story. And a very very good piece of documented evidence to so durham palestine and his fiancee jessica. Mason twenty-seven entry in their home and entry at says night vision cameras to try and cut their dog running amok around the house. However i quote a couple of stormed after catching the blonde ghost bride on their c. C. t. v. cabinets down in palestine. Twenty-seven nearly fell out of bed when he checked his motion activated cameras around three a m one day of found footage of a spooky silhouette moving around just after midnight. He fiancee a jessica. Said they felt that was something that in their home in aintree merseyside. Miss mason was asleep. When the cameras set to view their french bulldogs captured the ghoulish figure twelve thirty four. Am on january. The second the said they felt a calming presence of another pass in the pre war semi detached property recently claiming it's even accompanied by the sweet smell of perfume mr pallister a carpet and upholstery cleaner. Shed images at the tv footage to facebook prompting spooked friends to order him to be the house down while. That's what you call friends just banned on your house where you live here. He since been contacted by a paranormal investigator. It was not i who was fascinated by the image. The hailed it as the best of its kind. He's adverse seed he said. I was scrolling down through the only scouts or scrolling down through the motion motion notifications and a nearly fell out of the bed. When i sold it. I thought that's matt. And i jessica showed it so as she couldn't explain it to you. It couldn't have been jessica because she was asleep and it looks like she's got a bit of a fringe and gestures some mates mess around and say it's just but italian. It's not the clothes and looks off the shoulder and she has even got any pajamas like that. The next day. I started messing around with a contrast and sharp on iphone eight. You could really see the face comic book. And that's when. I knew it was a pass ever since moved into the house. We've said you can feel like there's something there. I find it hard. Because i've never believed anything like jess will go abandoned. I'll be there playing the playstation and feel like someone sitting in the living room with me. You get a dead sweet smell as well. No sooner you breathe in and out and it's gone it's like you pay a few sometimes have thought it's walks melts but none of them attend on people say it's hard to discuss your scouser. This is a very generous goes accent alcohol. People saying they'd be moving out if this happened to them but it doesn't give us a spooky phelan. It doesn't feel negative. It's just bizarre. Mr pasta claim to catch it white old on the motion detectors camera and says the spooky goings on only happen and not one room is going to get into the local historian to shed some light on the situation because he says his landlord isn't a word of deaths at the and this has buckles he is. He also goes on to complete story to say. I've never been a believer in ghosts. Book music jessop said that we sometimes feel like someone's down every now and again you just get a feel and someone's looking over your shoulder i've back newark commoner and let's dining room where we were the motion sensors picked up on now in my humble opinion if this is genuinely genuine pitcher if it's not a pitch of his wife and he's been truthful he says she was in bed. It is one of the most genuine things pepsi saint and a wilpon link to this article in the show notes. To see you can see the pitchy yourself It's a full bodied operation. So i don't know. I don't know if it's not as wife And it's just a fringe right right unless it doesn't look like but you never nokia anyway. That will be in the show to look at an completes. This week's week in queered now it goes without saying we would not even be ruining at the moment if not for our wonderful beautiful. Dare i say sexy patrons yes indeed now without some wonderful patriarch. Sign up this week. And i'm going to say thank you vita medium of song as i always do big shoutout to all of those people all of patriots. Thank you very much. If you'd like to become a patriot where you'll get your name but you also get two extra shows just the patriots each and every week. I'm going to record this week's paranormal page on episode. Just after this episode so it you'll be up today and of course you can get entered into prize draws we're about to announce another competition over there. All you need to do is go to patriotdepot dot com forward slash. Talk about ghosts and yeah go. Sign up and support the show. If that's what you like. Yes in the meantime. Let's say thank you and we have three wonderful new patriots to say. Thank you to this week with this guitar. And then names. Aw wayfarer heather catanzaro and melissa williams and this goes straight. This song is for you. Three wonderful people where a to the page tree Guests who has to melissa will signed up as well. Heather catanzaro john as well and pay drums. Day'll be keeping lights on this. We don Each day ended on a seventh. Try to mccarthy number that i'm going to try and put the qatada can succeed. Yes it's very precarious mid recording. But thank you to three wonderful people. Don't forget on dot com ports as we need to talk about ghost. It's where all the kids are vehicle kid and go sign up okay. Let's dot com which yo and author story today comes in anonymously. Yes it does and it begins. Hello caverns hello slash. Becker road slash admin lovely which must be my top from full movie podcast. I'll try and do matt. What is cockney geezer gaseous. He and my wife. And i love the show. It's very funny human provocative and most importantly very very very well read. I think you need to listen to more podcasts. You may well change chewed. I need to leave a review. Saying as much. And i will thank you very much. I grew up in haunted house. Below was my attempt to put it into a linear framework. Sorry if it's shit too longer overwritten. I'm sure we'll be none of those things. Please don't use my name as i don't want to upset any of the people in the story and then he says the t. wide though they may be and if you're what he what Tomorrow where retiree that he would just take the initials you know what i mean and anyway this is their story. House was a newborn a freshly built bungalow in a hushed field devouring so bob. There were five of us me my sister my father my mother and whoever it was that were leonova me at night whilst i pretended to sleep that breadth settling like a fine cold mist across my face. I would tell myself it was just a draft. This help prevent the rising panic from spilling over. This is an amusingly common response to terrifying phenomena. And why almost all go stories end with the colossal anti-climax off and then i went back to sleep. We didn't always have this house guest alot. I was always scared and nervous. Off house was dark environment. A contributing factor was on mother's mental illness. Author was a mechanic in the east end of glasgow and instead of fighting for his wife or even his children he chose instead to be absent leaving the house before six. Am and returning around eight or nine pm. Winning knew his wife would definitely be had separate bed emanating hate as a consequence. My sister night absorbed the brunt of have free wheeling cruelty all my sister got the west of its. I think my mother rarely seemed to hate us. She hated herring speak. She hated hearing laugh. She hated us. Forgetting hat or getting sick has stock response to a crying or vomiting kid was to shriek you stupid stupid child law. I don't anymore. Don't interrupt stories anymore. I'm doing on this one. Because god bless you fucking out that horrific and i know you've already said that she had mental illness so you know i'm not gonna be too harsh and mobile. I want a say weld on you. Forget through because there's nothing worse than that sort of mental child abuse It's horrible so i did want to jump in here and just say well effing don you for coming through the side. 'cause that's horrific that rarely is and Weldon anyway let's get back to hopefully paranormal stuff. Here we go an early memory of my mother deliberately feeding because food. She knew we found scott fish in risk. Lean in particular for those familiar with the book. Awful eighties house throw combo. It's like thousands and thousands of tiny orange spider eggs which are then fried into an accurate shell around needle filled meet. The flavor of a lap is bounded. My sister wants vomited uncontrollably whilst attempting to choke this garbage dump my mother made has sit there. Sopping mouthful of cold puke forcing cats finish the meal in brackets. My sister's council at one asked her to give a name to the negative thoughts in her head and she of course replied mom without even thinking. Anyway i assumed every family was like this living in confused dispatch and only pretending to be kind to outside observers. This setup never changed. The only thing that did was the darkness with slowly deepened and took an strange strumming grain equality. It was a dingy house with few lights. allowed on. The quality of dark in the house remains totally unique tubing. I haven't counted like it since leaving. It was like being submerged in black static. It seemed to have currents and eddies wes. It seemed if there was someone living in it. We never felt alone. We always felt watched on the air always fall charged with dread and foreboding. We lived in suspense. Always ready for move to morph into a wet banshee over nothing. Things began to escalate. When i was a teenager i had to go to the gun to urinate. As the sound of a flushing toilet would prompt armour. That's a burst from her room. To angrily interrogate the pisar about the necessity of their necessities. Just a great great lady. I pissed i looked into the moonlit field and then involuntary stopped. Midstream perfectly framed between two large bushes. The crested a hill was an absolutely enormous silhouettes of a man. This was not crop field. Though no scarecrows the bush's themselves about five feet tall the biggest stored about four feet higher than that and it was looking at me. I could feel it. I finished the rest of the piss in my pants of pretend that i hadn't seen what i definitely seen. I thought about this a lot over the years. And i have no idea what it was. I don't know if it was tied to the field itself which was often home to strains lights or if it was something to do with the darkness in my house. I do know that it wanted me to see it. When i glanced back at it. Before entering both the house and denial it raised its alms and stood crucify him what a dick began to have nightmares constantly. They will always say. I would be obsessed standing in front of the attic door rooted to the spot. Set that something terribly. Angry stood behind it. I would wake up just as the door. Swung open classic Despite this and despite everything. I was desperate to move out of my tiny bedroom next to the toilet downstairs an off into the spare room. The happing partition off from the attic. Further away from everyone else quieter less accessible to furious women and a massive mistake. That's when i began to feel the breath on my face a cold regular rhythmic breath. A friend state over once he woke me up to ask if i could hear someone else in the room breathing i said yes yes i could. He chose not to set foot in the house again. After that things got darker my bed would shake the crawlspace dole that lead into the eaves would open by itself. And i would wake up staring into the small vibrant of blackness to to get up and push the lock back in place. I kept ulta myself. There was nobody to talk to about it. My sister had become something of a quisling trying to gain on motored approval by imitating henriksen content but close now and i know she was just trying to survive boats. It made the atmosphere even thicker. Da came when i was in the midst of a deep depression. The have been settling into. Since i was twelve. I'd fallen asleep listening to my cd player. I woke when something grabbed my wrist. Pulled my almost into the air and then down to the floor to deposit the cd player at then slowly pulled my arm back up and laid it across my chest like it was doing me a favor. I told myself. I've been sleeping on my arm and it was no but it wasn't something had touched me. Something had gripped and move my limbs. Something had arranged me in my bed. Something unseen something that leaned over me at night venting frigid air from its dad lungs. It's a curious thing to live with an invisible entity it's both terrifying and mundane. You just have to live with it if you have no other recourse. Plus it was nineteen ninety. Five and the exorcist was still bound by the balance at the bbc so i wouldn't have known to older to disposable priests on young i'm one old. It was shortly thereafter. That my father told me some wanna die and all back garden when i was four years old. A distant cousin on my mother's side had been checking in in our house whilst we would away on one of our miserable attempt family holiday instead of watching the plants. He just dropped dead of a massive heart attack. I asked my mother about this. During one of her infrequent placid phases in brackets. She'd finally be medicated. Although this was not to last she confirmed that he had indeed died but not in the garden it being upstairs in the attic and then she said this i thought i saw him afterwards standing in the corner of my bedroom when she saw my expression she dismissed it and said it was just a dream. I don't believe in ghosts. This despite the recency of wrist watch stopping at four thirty six the exact time of ham his death. My mother's normal face quickly came to an end with a prescription and she soon slipped back into our old screaming habits. After a particularly horrible encounter with her. I'd rushed upstairs and written the following in my maths. Jutta she is eight tenths of the way past irredeemably pathetic. I had to get something down on. That was the best my sixteen year old self could do when i got up the next morning resolve to rip the page out and destroy it in case she saw it. My blood froze written and widely shaky pencil next to my statements with the words. She is a fool. I stood the poleaxed running through the possibilities. I know it wasn't my sister and it certainly wasn't my father nor could it be my mother for if she'd seen it she would have atomised me onsite shocked. I decided to settling one vaguely. Common detail the thing in the house agreed with me. It was on my side. This genuinely helped me to cope with phenomena the constant anger and misery whilst nothing ever improved in the house on the dog was still darker than it should be. I drew more confidence in myself in the rightness of my perceptions unresolved to get the fuck out of the bog standard suburban ship box a soon as i got the means which i did moving into an absolutely disgusting flat. Upon graduating university were the only disturbing activity was a flatmate who refuse to wash his hands after taking a toilet and who ate hot dogs crumbled onto microwave fish pie. I don't go back to the house lot. I keep my distance from its inhabitants. It's still too dark in the place. Everyone's still seems sad and stifled. Sometimes i'm tempted to leave. Open ended questioning notes in the attic. I still might. I'm not sure if i'm ready for the answers or to know who are what israeli up there. Thank you once again. And if i ever find employment wants the breathable outside fuel patriot. Oh god bless all the best and then he uses his name. But i'm not going to use his name. Oh my god that is horrific. I will reiterate weldon. You forget in through that because that sounds like one hell of. I wouldn't wish on anyone that all of the horrible in aside. What the devils this cruiser for man. What a great word by the cruiser. Afam what is this crucial monday. Doing in the middle of a field. That has put a competed perfectly. Well as i'm sure everyone count and it's terrifying. Yes it is. Yes you need to prese. You needed about nine precent. Total is because that is terrifying. It's like something out of a severe horrifying that is now the vision of just a nine foot. The spoke about this in the past evil entities all massive just huge. Just big lanky beasts like so. That was five foot for the hedge full force on top of that. So that's nine. That's another nine foot team in that. Just praying on you as you sleep. That is truly a terrific well written story so thank you anonymous. You know who you are. That's put the fear regarding to me. And again i will reiterate while. Don't forget through that childhood that's horrific and no one should be better so weldon you. Our next story comes in from leaks ac- and it's called an almost encounter. She writes hi heart. I'm lisa and this is an almost encounter. That's still made me super nervous. I'm sending this to multiple shows. I hope that's okay. No it's not. i'm joking of course of course taliban. I'm a nosey parker. who'll senator. Oh amarin dan lovely people so let's carry on and this is your story. It was about five forty five pm in early december. So pretty much full dark. I went for run mostly on the street weather slight but i finished near the start of my favorite trail in brackets that i usually only go to during the daytime i started to go in trusting my flashlight and the fact that the trail is short home and then i pose because several dozen meters into the trail. Is this weird floating light. It's kind of warm looking light and vaguely rectangular to fall from the street to be streetlamp. So here i am thinking there is no way. This shore is worth getting lured into the creek by willow. The wisp and besides tan around is back to tan. A car passes on the street now. This thing is close enough to the road that this 'cause over bright. Led's can illuminate it. It's one of those pick up after your dog signs. Both the shiny back was facing the road and i just passed its counterpart on the way in anyway. I wrote this up. Initially as i walked home the long way round whether it was like. No creeks all willow. Wisps love the show. She means shows 'cause he's sentiment. I joke of course but i'm terrified. I wonder what that walls. Yes vaguely rectangular Could it be the ghost of a box. A box ghost now. I'm being facetious. There is terrifying. And i don't think there's anything scarier than walking home night and thinking to yourself should've just risk that your where we live here. The you can go out onto the main road. And which is called chook streets and you can walk up to where all the cheapies and takeaways are. That's one way of doing it. All you can do a right through a little square which then takes between two buildings from the eighteenth century and go down this little spinney path which takes you out to a similar place but in half the time how many times what it's dark has gone down not spending path a big fat z. Ro yes even. When i go down in the middle of the day a bit like i need a proton pack ninety-two priests and some holy water. Pretty please no in all serious. Thank you lisa story in. That is terrifying. It's kind of cute isn't it. It's just one of those things so welcome for noting it because we normally don't notes of our shoots Both fantastic brilliant. If you've got a story just like lease it enough to be just likely you know. It can be anything paranormal then. Don't forget where you can send it in. You can send it into contact at talk about going to dot com. And i will read it out also if you wanna come on the show we'll zoom session and i'll interview you about your paranormal personal experience. P p. e. in the workplace people. Yes do that. Same email address contact at talk about ghosts dot com our final story today. I mentioned last week remember. I said that we have a ouija board story that features some audio well it does. And this is the reason why it's been saved to last because what i've done is i've edited. It's a long piece of audio that the past knew the story in a sense. It's like nine minutes long edited that down a bit and added a little bit of my own commentary on at the after the story. So you'll see what i mean anyway but i'll just crack right in it. Excellent get onto this. So this comes in from katie. She says hi. Kevin becca high. Har this is just one of a few stories. I've got to share. When work is less chaotic. And i have more time in brackets. Hurry for working in icu. Your global pandemic. Well yes her ray. Well-done uk do you bloody hero and sincerely mean that out and some morin. Sorry for the length is going to be very rude. I've attach some audio from part of the session. Feel free to use. Its clip it down. Which i have okay and this is the bulk of the story. I'm a practicing witch and of utilize spirit board for many many years in brackets mostly without sinister. Its recently before covert myself. My partner and three friends doing a spirit board session by partner doesn't particularly believe in it but went along with its out of curiosity not thinking anything would come through or happen. I trust a circle and protection on all of us and opened the session. We encountered three spirits that night. The fast lived locally and died from smog. We live in a city heavily associated with the british industrial revolution. A house was built by a prominent melania in leads the second was a female who told one of my friends will call. Aw that she was going to have a downfall and she needed to be careful. The third is where things got we it. My partner had come away from the board sat down on the couch. The board kept spelling his name. I asked if there was a message for him as it seemed wanted to speak to him. My partner spaced out slash. Went rarely vacant. For a few seconds he then spoke a single wed at vassal brackets norwegian forewarning but nobody presents spoke. No egion at all. He came back to himself and had no idea why we staring at him. After a while. Whenever i asked the board anything it would just spell out which evil hell so my friend. Aw started to ask the questions. My partner kept altering words which we google translate it and found out that they spelt in norwegian pieces bodies heart door for a while ago he said dole three out of five of us all swore we saw someone stood in the doorway. The thing is there is no way for anyone to be stood at the doorway as there is a locked six foot metal gate to get into the garden. We check the garden. The bold kept calling me a witch. And saying i was evil and should be good at this point. My partner spaced doubts again. He stead right in my face. What's it something. We couldn't hear properly but carried on staring at me. His face didn't look like his usual face. There was something menacing. The the board kept spelling. Are you and over and over again. I said i wouldn't run at this point by partners. Stood up and lunged at me as if he was going to attack me but stopped at the three white candles on the table laughed a low menacing laugh and died them out one by one with his hand. My friend. aw tried to get out of his way and he grabbed her by the hand and cold her by middle name in brackets the only passenger who knew that was her boyfriend. Who was set the session not participating at all at this stage. The energy felt different and a lot. More threatening to forcefully closed the session cleanse the area board and the house. We decided to record the audio for the session. Shortly after my partner stall to speak in another language listening to the audio is chilling. If there wasn't so many of us with the exact same recollection of events audio recordings and someone observing the session. Even i would call. Bs that night. When we went to bed. I had the overwhelming feeling that if i rolled over i would see someone standing over me. There was a strange notice at the side of the bed. But i could not bring myself to look up the next morning. My partner had zero recollection that we'd even dona speir report. No memory toll when i showed him the audio. He got a severe headache and had to sit back down. I did a ritual cleansing. Him and nothing else seemed to happen. I've since done another session a nothing like the happened again. I connected with my great grandmother. Who died before i was born. Incidentally i'm named after her was born on her birthday that from katie. Thank you very much. Katie now people of the world people of the listening variety of the show does listeners. That's a bad listeners. i. I'm about to divulge to you the recording of that reachable session as i say could it down to pull out what i think. Terrifying parts bought world going to listen to the together right now. Settle says yeoman doesn't attack name is your man an ancestor. did you hear it. Did you hear that little almost. Mvp when they asked the question going how interesting it says. Yes on the board when the carry on so. You never know the next thing that we're going to hear now is apparently the guy being possessed. Sounds like he's saying given listen to. This was scary stock. Now we move before now and get to a point where he kinda snaps out of it and he doesn't believe what's gonna which is quite convinced rarely so this is why you why you here again. You did it all the way it would. Yes she did is. She's levin van. Yes okay so they found that. Or the google england. Nasty get to it means woman okay the bit more than the wage board. It's spelled out. Eve which is one of the participants middle name strangely enough which nobody knew now the guy gets seemingly possessed again which is just bloody terrifying. I grant you permission to use my pilots to communicate with me. What do you mean what do you want. What do you want. It keeps getting to may over and you can hear the nervous laughter. You would be nervous and giggling out of pure nerves and they go on so ask Can you repeat what you've just said please. And eve and loan behold it does repeat it like this as is that a message for eve. Yes what does that mean what. It even say goodbye. Are you gone okay. And that's the end of the salient parts of that saone slash Session how amazing is that. The most telling part in terms of both anticipate for me is when the guy you hear him say why you. They're like somebody's moved from the position they were in to was trump's inverted beach marks overturned somewhere else and he's just realized that they've moved terrifying absolutely terrifying so Thanks very much casey. That's an. I've never received audio of a genuine spirit session. We've had some weird stuff sentenced to the show so that all in is just a fantastic story with some evidence attached. Which you can't really be on. You are so not a say not while well that wraps up another show so guys if you have stories that you want to send in for me to read out all play like we just don't medicate send into who contact at talk about ghosts dot com and we'll get them on the show if you want to come on the show and discuss in person pass no paranormal experience. Then same address contact. I talk about ghosts dot com. 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In Over My Head: Diana Thompson & Karen Crowley

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In Over My Head: Diana Thompson & Karen Crowley

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the Nassar's messes up the entire thing falls apart of the Scottish countryside dance society does anyone know what Scottish countryside dances so it's a very complicated form of dancing that has a lot of please sustaining gift of one dollars three dollars five dollars or more to join simply text flame to four one four four four in thanks you'll be invited to the digital porch and and I don't know if you guys know about deep South West of London is not really as diverse as central London is so the average agent the room was about sixty five up the story from across the Pond Diana Thomsen told this one at a slam we did in London where the theme of the night was Mama rules here's Diana at the Mall Hi this is my first month ever it's Thursday evening arrived from work half an hour ago and I'm standing outside this church hole in South Westland in the suburbs and serve it than actually and it's an event that I'm not interested in attending but my mother was really keen on us going so I went along to support it was the open evening and everyone was very smiling a couple of people approached us and they will come into the space and they asked us to join the dances every single dance stand up straight and you realize the water is not so deep we have two stories for you this week from two first time storytellers I jeans and a very colorful top and wearing a white headscarf on her head and in the British polite way everybody tried not to stare as my mom has been here for about five and third inevitable question is how did you make it here and or my mother took part in completely fell apart the break happened and I was like yeah we've got this it's all right but of course everybody did where are you from as a Syrian who's been living in London for eight years I do long the days when I would say smiled and nodded is getting wider and wider in curiosity second default question is how long have you been here well I've been here eight years because her English is not very good which made the instructions of the Nassar's not really easy for her either so I really were you then I could see her nervous smile learn how to staring it's fine and I go and I grab a cup of tea for my mom and as I look back I see people approaching her she's very nervous on her face and I just pays really quickly to stand by her and be there to help her with the English and I was just hoping that no one would ask that one specific question area and people would stare at me very blank and thing where was that again but it's no longer the case now the questions come in three where are you from Syria I said everybody it's complicated but she made it here on a plane I would always have to reassure everyone you see my mom as as an amazing in her job because her architectural practice was blown up in in a bio bomb she lost family members and explain that I was a student before the war happened and then my brother was here who was also a student and we managed to bring my mom over when we're working and we had to apply for asylum mm-hmm and everybody says that about their mom probably but she's been through a lot in her life before and during the war one of the many things that happened in her life was losing just watch her and just look at this woman dancing with a wide smile messing up her sit-ups and not caring yes we created what do you mean sign up now she's like no no we'll sign up now and I'm like okay because when mom wants something I want something so I try and do my best to be there for most of the Thursdays and every time I show up in the dances I make sure I sit out at least a couple of Nassar's be so lucky and then last week it was my mother's birthday we received this phone call from the head of the college where she learns English and we're told that my mom was even joined an additional beginner class Diana says quote I've been going with her about twice a month and now it's me who trembles through the dances thanks for sharing your story with US Diana I love that one hate quick note before we get into our second story I am going to be performing in Portland she ended up having to be forcedly displaced in a country where she hardly speaks the language age of fifty six but here we are at the Church Hall in Surbiton Oregon this will not be a moth show this will be back fence PD X. Show so back fence does a show called Russian roulette it's going to be Thursday October twenty fourth the that was Diana Thomson Diana says it's been exactly a year since her mother started dancing she's continued to dance weekly so the family that I grew up in we didn't do college not as and I hope to see you there you can get more information and tickets at back fence pediatrics dot com or second story today comes from Karen crowd she got me to feel that even without having kids I'm proud of my mom 'cause my momma does rule thank you very much argument and I guess it wasn't until we got there that we thought there's actually no grocery store around the corner here and in fact there wasn't anything and and just enjoying herself holding her head up high talking to people and heard very broken English and connecting with everyone and making friends so luckily I actually found a job that was on his way back and forth to work and it was a clerical job I can do this contentedly living the life that everybody expected me to live and then for reasons that I can't remember now my then husband and I decided to move to a different waited for the best improving student in the class of English and she is to be awarded in the ceremony at the town hall and I'm thirty one kind of issues that one is struggling with their adolescent in a residential treatment program they weren't necessarily the easiest kids we're in a city called Brockton Massachusetts which you may have heard of and it hasn't changed much in the last thirty years so so there I was I was clearly the criteria for my new job was that it needed to be on his route back and forth to work and as long as that was the case it was a good job dancing to the tunes of Scottish countryside down the music was about to wrap up and the evening was wrapping up and one and choosing to have the life she wants no matter what and I think to myself if I ever turned sixty one with half of her courage work okay well this job happen to actually be in a residential treatment program for adolescents. These were adolescence that we're struggling with yeah that's okay we'll think about it and come back and then mom blows me my hand and goes nowhere signing up now and I'm like what weren't you hear the didn't you see the early Karen told this story at a slam that we did in Burlington Vermont the theme of the night was schooled here's Karen live at and they started spending time with me suddenly my desk was like the spot in the program that everybody was hanging out and slowly but surely without meaning to around the corner and so there was a problem because somehow I needed to be contributing we didn't have a second car so we came up with a strategy that I like my job I am fascinated by what's going on around me I love these kids they are so cool the way that the way that I had not ever seen anybody before I thought it was like the only thing that could ever happen to anybody that was this good I do college like it was a rule that you couldn't go to college but it was just not something that was part of our lives grew up in a college town and there were those but they didn't apparently was the only one thinking that and I got involved in what I was doing I spent time with the kids I did counseling with the kids I did groups I took the society members came over to check how enjoyed the evening and everyone was very sweet because every time we made a mistake everyone said oh no it's so right nobody gets up first you have to do it for a bit until when we sign up and the dancers are every Thursday and it's been four months now where my mom shows up every Thursday to the dance a focus area I was going to be the supervisor I was going to supervise this master's level clinician and that was clearly going to be the I met Brian my intern and and then I was whatever it is that comes immediately after freaked in a big way so intimidated by this could take this kid to the doctor's appointment hang out or I'll take them to the park and be the second staff person there so that they can go today and I started spending time with those kids I couldn't have been more of those people than anybody had ever been he drove BMW he has I don't know if I will ever have kids of my own and become a parent but you know that pride that people talk about when they have kids I am so grateful for my mom which is a silly thing to be thinking because they all knew that I didn't go to college but somehow it was like I thought they were gonNA someday wake up and say you have no right to be doing what you're doing rated from high school got married and started to work as a cashier and the grocery store local store around the corner and I did that for the next couple years very kind of wandered my way into being staff member in this program and I thought to myself well they're not GonNa let me get away with this for very long I didn't go to college thank and the way that they make sense out of their world and stories that they've got I can't get enough of these kids so pretty soon I'm volunteering well yeah parents that had gone to college whose parents had gone to college whose parents had gone to college I mean it was just he was one of them and I was one of us and man was and finally it was it was here no doubt in my mind so I was I was freaked I was really freaked and then I it was really cool and really fun and I loved it and I knew that I was good at it at that point it really owned me I was on fire and maybe poor the foundation of their house or fix their cars but we didn't go to college so I did what I was expected to do and at nineteen graduate depicted the that same local college had decided that they would place a master's level and turn with us not an unusual thing to do but in this case because it was my particular evitable they're gonNA throw me out of here but they still hadn't thrown me out in a couple years later I ran into a problem I hadn't really any to working in this program doing my job getting dropped off by my has been picked up by my husband so working out okay except that besides the fact opening that door was Jimmy standing on the dining room table now jimmy was a seventeen year old kid a big seventeen year old kid oh screaming screaming obscenities and Jimmy had a knife apparently Jimmy had managed to steal a steak knife from the kitchen and Jimmy was stunned on top of this table slashing himself with a knife next Jimmy I see Brian and I say Brian's got it going to show up now and somehow again here I am almost at the end but I'm going to hang in there and Brian didn't get a lot of supervision it caller professional people my friends parents worked as professors at the college and then there was us the families that did the blue collar work and we would these feelings that you're having are related to your abandonment issues from your mother and Brian got that far but I still had this kind of gnawing in the back of my head that you know I might not get away with this for very long and I occasionally took a college course you know just trying to stave off that it and I stepped back Brian steps up and I hear Brian say Jimmy I think it's very important that we recognize the you seemed okay everything was going along and one day at this residential treatment program I walked into a room and what I saw for the first couple of weeks because I really didn't feel like I had a right to speak to Bryant's wasn't getting much at all but you know he was hanging out up and I did and I say Jimmy what the hell are you doing and Jimmy stopped in any I don't have to worry about this at all. Brian knows what he's doing Brian can take care of this. Brian has the master's degree Bryant will be fine is Jimmy was there Jimmy was engaged Jimmy was fine and I knew that and I knew that I didn't have to worry about whether or not I had a right to be there the that was Karen Crowley this story Karen lives in Vermont with her sailing captain husband and rambunctious lab abby so what's a time that you felt like you clearly brian does not know what to do he knows what's going on he doesn't know what to do and I knew what to do I knew that I could ed connected with Jimmy I could connect with people I could form relationships I could be helpful and I had a right to do those things you were in over your head drops a line on social media tell us about it the moth is on facebook were also on twitter at the moth and inside took place about three years into what is Karen's now forty year career in the helping profession and she says that after all this time the fire still burns reaching out and until next time from all of us here at the moth we hope you have a story worthy week and he had an anti quote a propensity toward violent crime and Jimmy was Jimmy lost it Jimmy was standing on the dining room table before it was oh it just clicked into place for me I said you know Brian knows what he's doing but he doesn't know what to do Graham moth stories you can also pitch us your own story right on our website the moth dot org we love hearing from you so please keep there's no point did it occur to me that I've been dealing with situations like this quite successfully for the last few years and I don't need Bryant clearly Brian Scott I'm not need Jimmy sat down and said Oh you know whatever I'm not really start to soak takeaways toy or something but Jimmy is leadership they learn to be more than the data they learn to innovate shake things up and lead fearlessly details at Smith. NBA Dot Com. The moth is take them off podcast production by Julia per cell the moth podcast is presented by the public radio exchange helping make public radio more public get on with the and the lady was explaining about the society and how to become members and so on and I was translating to mom and I said thank you I picked up the Flyer took me like Oh you're here and I said Jimmy Jimmy Jam Knife and Jimmy gave me the damn knife and Dan Kennedy is the author of loser goes I rock on at American spirit he's also a regular

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Wacky Khakis: Fashion Statements

Pants On Fire

12:59 min | 6 months ago

Wacky Khakis: Fashion Statements

"Name the same. Let's play the game. It from hats borough pennsylvania. It's the big wacky khakis edition and now your host and the most predictable woman in the world. What deborah goldstein. And welcome to the big fib on your host. Deborah goldstein and with me as always is our sound effects robot league whose name stands for live in studio audience. I knew you'd say that well. Yeah i guess. That's how i always introduced the show but you really think i'm the most predictable woman in the world you see. I know what you're going to say before you even say it. Can you predict what. I'm going to say when i mix it up. I sure can deliver because even when you mix it up your predictable. Really well i suppose if. I'm that predictable. You can just go ahead and finish the show without me. See what. I care a spa day. Hey how're you doing this. You see wow. I guess i have become predictable in that case. I i suppose you can predict what i'm going to ask you to do next. Explain how we play. Wacky khakis honestly deborah. It's like clockwork with you each time. We play wacky khakis. deborah each. Tell one crazy story about the world except only one of those stories is true and it's the job of to child contestants to figure out which one is bred. Thought you were going to say which there. That's the difference between you and me deborah. I always keep you on your host. Nice try and with us to introduce. This week's theme is our producer. No got at that time. hi deborah. Hello lisa predictable or not. It is always a pleasure to be with you both anyway. Our theme this week. Fashion statements. Deborah and lisa will bring us one sartorial story but of course only one of those fashion statements will be a statement of fact and now lisa. Would you please introduce the human child contestants responsible for picking out the right clothes absolutely are human child. Contestants are liam from the pie episode and his brother owen from liens family. And here they are. They're going to say things. My name is liam. Hey liam heo and how you guys doing today where leeway. Yeah did you have a fun. Time on the pipes sodium. Nice so you knew a thing or two about pie. Tell me what you guys know about clothes. You have any strong opinions about fashion curious to know. No i wear what i could see at so you don't care if something's a brand name or if it has a logo on it anything like that pink purple and got it. Oh and what kind of clothes do you like to wear do you. Do you care much about your wardrobe. Mass are masks pubs on it. Cute hugs zap. Because you have a pug dog. Oh pugs i heard hugs. Hugs to a us with a p. Maybe maybe your masks should have hugging pugs. You ever think of that hugging bugs. Yeah hugging pugs wearing odes. Okay folks it time to play wacky khakis since. This show's format is predictable as our host. You should already be. Well aware wacky khakis deborah and lisa. Each have a minute and change to bring us their stories. Deborah has won the coin flip lisa and he guesses as to whether she chose to go first or second. Well she likes to go second but since he's trying to prove she's not predictable. I'm going to say she wants to be up first marketable. That is exactly what happened. All right deborah you ready to tell us your story. Why don't you ask lisa yes. She's ready okay. Perfect listen up carefully. Everybody we are going to start deborah's timer now. They say you should dress for the job. You want not the job you have. But what if you already have the job you want. How should you dress then. This was the exact conundrum faced by. Ns shorts when she became the president and ceo of bmw. The german car manufacturer throughout her professional life schultz had always spent heavily on her wardrobe. Gucci pantsuits gara vanni heels. The works schultz had never particularly enjoyed wearing fancy clothes. But that was the corporate culture business executives especially women were expected to dress well if they wanted to be promoted. But since there's no getting promoted from president schultz made an unorthodox decision at her first board meeting as head of the company. She showed up in pajamas. The board of directors were initially shocked. To see the fifty two year old executive enter the boardroom wearing polka dotted cotton. Pj's and a pair of fluffy slippers but showed sat down at the head of the table and announced. There is no one left for me to impress now. It is your job to impress me. Oddly enough shield still enforces a strict dress code upon underlings at bmw. Some of whom have reportedly been sent home to change after. They arrive to work in pajamas themselves. If you want to dress like a slap you had better become the boss. I g. q. Magazine schultz has become something of a cult icon of german fashion and in the past several years it has become commonplace in germany for female executives to arrive to work in pajamas to assert their powerful status. In march of twenty nineteen german. Prime minister angola merckel delivered a press conference in an oversized slip. Knot t shirt in an apparent nod to scholtz shields is credited with coining the term inner shebeen who which roughly translated means elegance through sloppiness and time nicely. Done debra donka bitter liam. And what did you guys think of. That story craze sounded totally true right crazier. Yeah mine's probably going to be crazier if you became a head of a company. Don't you think you'd you'd stop wearing nice clothes. And maybe just show open your. Pj's do right at school. I mean you guys are going to school in in part remote right now. Is that correct. So do you guys show up to school in your pajamas. Kind of kind of right. Is there a dress code for online school but there was a probably wouldn't yeah rabble. You're channeling your birsh funding on easy for you to say now. It is time to hear. Lisa's story of fashion action. Lisa we will begin your timer. There are a few unwritten rules of human fashion that most people follow never wear socks with sandals. Don't match black shoes with brown belts and avoid wearing white after labor day. It's not totally clear. How these rules came about but the punishment for breaking them is usually the same. You're more fashionable friends. Might make fun of you debra. What if you happen to get caught up in new york city straw hat riot of nineteen twenty two a little bit of mocking would have been the least of your worries. That's because the teenage hooligans enforcing the fashion rule of the time period. Which was that. You shouldn't wear straw hat after mid-september did more than just make fun of straw hat whereas they encountered in the street instead. They grabbed the hats off of their heads. Stomped on them and got into fistfights. That i'm more than one occasion landed people in the hospital. The marauding teens were reported to number in the thousands terrorizing straw hat wearers across multiple neighborhoods throughout new york city. Some carried long sticks with nails on the end. In order to whack hats off heads. They couldn't get close to on the night of the riott. Dozens were arrested in some thrown in jail by a york. Magistrate named peter. And i'm not getting you hattingh. Who was quoted as saying. That man has the right to wear straw hat in a snowstorm. According to the new york times at the east one hundred fourth police station cops decided that seven of the hat snatchers. They had caught. Were too young to face criminal prosecution so instead their parents were called into the precinct to give them a right proper. Spanking and time. Nicely told leeza well. Did you think of that story. I loved i thought it was great and Lisa's each one is crazy. Difference is more courageous thing. You goes live in new york. Do you ever walk around with a straw hat after mid-september now we don't have show hotel I see is you. Don't quite have the frame of reference to to know whether it's safer not to walk in new york with a strat. I know this from experience of listening to them. One more crazies always rate Interesting how could be crazier mine. Okay also i didn't mention that. The kids were knocking out. The hat were part spider. Fat is now part of the story. Okay france we have reached decision time. Now it's time for our contestants to tell us who's got the fashion of the day and whose story is so five minutes ago. Do you believe deborah story of innovation finding hunt the german practice of powerful people wearing pajamas to work just because they can or lisa's tale of the straw hat riot of nineteen twenty two. I think there is more crazy. So i want to use that one. There funny craze Funny usually kind of fake. But it's usually real True that does is leading you to one decision or another as the liar actually different. It's not the liar way alantis. I can cheesed myself. So your final decision. What is it is true. Yeah lisa is lie okay. Then let's find out here. Will the person who told the real fashion statement story lease reveal. Who you are was me police telling the truth. You couldn't have predicted that. Oh yeah i believe that. Lisa had the real story this week with his recounting of the straw hat. Riot in deborah. I'm afraid was lying about inverse finding hound which actually means inner pig dog. it's not clear why. Thousands of teenagers chose to enforce the straw hat. Rule was such violent zeal other than that as we established that are episode on flagpole sitting. There really wasn't that much fun stuff to do back in the nineteen twenty s. Strangely enough though hat shops throughout the city did incredibly well that night providing felt hats to those with lost their strong ones and the new york times headline read straw hat smashing bears heads from battery to bronx stores do thriving business but many youthful marauders are arrested and seven are spanked at station irate parents then i just love meal long old-timey headline well. Here's a long old timey headline for you. Then big fib wraps up another successful round of popular bonus segment wacky khakis children listeners and sound effects robot thanked for their participation in same. See page. Thirteen for how lisa was right. The big v is a production of gen z media. Find us online at gm shows dot com where you can find more great gen z. Podcast find out how you can participate and submit questions for me to read on. Ask lisa and i asked you this from the heart. Follow on social media at the big v podcast for behind the scenes photos. A more true facts. And if i see any of you any of you wearing a straw hat in october. By gosh i will leave it on your head and not even because it doesn't matter to me.

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062 Red at the Bone by Jaqueline Woodson

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

1:03:40 hr | Last month

062 Red at the Bone by Jaqueline Woodson

"And i'm million to fund backs to has an endless array of pop culture knowledge. Eaten overall. i would say something about the way. She writes really concrete and immediate. Who is the fan. Why is he missed costume. Why did he drop his like pew like t's some juicy about the creation of the spark this is again. What not like what is important about these people. What story there. We can tell ourselves about this year to walk into to book club with julia in victoria. We are two roommates and friends since high school who read a book and talk about each episode. This is a podcast where we explore new perspectives and use books as a tool for personal in community. Grice this week. We are reading. Read at the bone by jacqueline woodson. And we will be talking about the entire book. So if you're a person who cares about spoilers. This is your official warning. Yeah if you've already read the book where you don't care about spoilers. You're you're totally. Welcome here if you don't care about spoilers. Welcome to the party. While i was on a call with a friend this week and she was a just catching up on things. I mentioned are exciting. New membership program with the podcast and she was like oh. I knew you as always say to read the books but i don't end sometimes. I just listened anyways. And she's like she felt so bad in Reframe how we say that at the beginning may be but it was interesting shared with her that a third of our listeners responded to our survey a third said they do every time. Two-thirds say that they listen even if they haven't book So if you haven't read read at the bone you're in good company me just getting julian. I have read the book but Many listeners out there may not have any hope that this is a good entry point and that he might be inspired to pick it up next time you see it as an option. Yeah yeah i mean. I am absolutely that way. I listen to podcasts. About movies that i will probably never watch. And you know because i may never read It's just you're just here for the vibes man with advise the causation. Yeah i used to any time in a podcast. They're like oh i'm going to spoil it. Skip ahead twenty seconds. If you don't wanna hear it. I'd skip ahead especially when it comes to like tv shows and movies of kidding. I'm very likely not going to see this. Even if i do a likely forget yet. I heard so. Many game of thrones spoilers. But because i hadn't watched the show for the first six seasons i was. I don't i don't know i don't care. What is that name. There are so many names. Watch the shona absolutely loved it and there was nothing that was like oh so and so three years ago dropped about so and so and now here we are. You are like the ideal audience. Though like i think every tv writer once he was their audience. Because you never see anything coming and you don't ever remember if someone spoilt something for you until you're just always like you've seen it before it. You're still surprised. Fresh always knew all that to say is welcome. We just want to give spoiler winning at the top. If you care about this thing yeah cigarette at the bone yup is a book was recommended to me from a friend of mine in my i used to call it. My real book club enjoy would get offended. It was my formerly in person. Now virtual on zoom book club. That is not this podcast Anyways we were sharing book recommendations at one point. And i just wrote them down and then at christmas time when a family member was asking what i wanted i dissent the my book lists and so It was wonderful. I got books wanted but it was still a little happy surprise because no one zero getting name. Admit at the bone was one. I didn't really have much preconceived notions about going in other than i've heard of this like i've heard people say good things about it. I've seen it on instagram. That's got a very beautiful color blocked cover with the title. Nice big jacqueline woodson and i love it. I read it quickly It felt like a really different pace than what we've read recently that we've been preparing but some bigger challenge books. You might call it for later in the season that we've been chipping away at Instead this was. I read it in maybe two or three days. In a few short sittings the character growth in analysis or just like exploration of these characters. I've found really fascinating. Him overall enjoyed it. Yeah i read this in like two hours it's It was a delight. I sat on our little love. We have next to the window and the sun was shining directly onto my head. I felt like a cat sort of curled up in the sunshine. Reading my book with my you know my music in. I read about half of it in an hour to glow lunchbreak read. The other half was a lovely afternoon. This style of writing is just like so much my jam. It's like exactly like one of my favorite books to read where it's not about anything exactly. It's just like people in these small moments of their lives and being reflective and these time jumps forward and backward and kind of just gives me the certain like swirly feeling. I don't know how else to describe it. But yeah i really love this style of writing. And she's an incredible writer. And i had a blast so yeah sometimes i appreciate book recommendations for various specific moods. I'd say if you are looking for something to read but feel in tunisia by everything because it's just been a hard week Or hard year and finishing a book seems kind of impossible. I think you mentioned earlier. Like the formatting was slightly different could be a novella how easily and not only it length because there are some short pay page number books that are short that are still really dense and this book like you said that swirly pulls you into the world so quickly and then you just want to stay in it so then you do continue reading like a pretty fast pace and but it's got huge margins in like very space dow like it's there's not a lot per page either so he doesn't look intimidating and your when you open the book can rebus. Yeah and at the same time like you want book that maybe feels like more escape. Best or More lighthearted and while there are hopeful moments in this book. I wouldn't necessarily classified as light now and deals are something like real tough issues in life specifically from the black experience growing up in america. And yeah so. I feel like if you're looking for a book that is intellectually potentially challenging for you. If you don't identify with the black experience something that's a little bit more removed from your own might be challenging that way our eye opening but at the same time it's very like engaging because it's Rally out into the world and you're like yeah just immersed and it's a family story you know it feels sort of close and intimate and all those things you can't say to the people that you're closest to kinda story so i as we re prepping for this episode. I learned a lot of things from victoria about jacqueline woodson. So i'm very excited for you all to hear what her research has uncovered okay so i will say up front. There's probably a lot of listeners out there like yes jacqueline woodson. I'm familiar with this. Young children literature young adult writer and i to you. Say that's amazing. i. I'm so sorry that i didn't have this knowledge sooner I was blown away. Like reading about jacqueline woodson. That not only. She published a book a year since nineteen ninety pretty much She is really force in children's literature To increase the representation of children of color specifically black children in the stories that children are reading and to diversify books available to students so that for she uses the analogy from reading sims. Bishop that books should act as both and windows sue. Providing amir for children are color. Who don't see themselves in literature that's out there and then providing that window for people who don't have that same experience to you know broaden their understanding of worlds of the world around them. Jacqueline woodson is an american writer and she Mood from south carolina at the age of seven to brooklyn where. This book takes place So she's lived in brooklyn mr for life and she graduated from adelphi university and initially after college should a couple of different jobs but one was writing short stories for standardized reading comprehension tests. Grew up in california texas like one of their state your Standardized reading test might have been written by john Each twenty seven. She published her first book. And since then has just been writing all the time. She's received nearly every prize under the sun The credit scott king award multiple times the national book awards at newbury. The caldecott She won the astro lindgren memorial award. Which i was not familiar with before them but Before this it's a half million dollar award folded for the arts which is a fellowship for emerging artists of color. And then recently. She's one the macarthur grant authorizing the genius grant that funds. She's using to continue her work with baldwin for the arts and hans christian andersen award which is the highest international award for children's literature. So that being said awards in steph or cool but as a human being as a person. Sharing store is found. Jacqueline woodson natalie's have writing engaging she's got a great interview she did with new york times columnist cat chow. She talk more specifically about her life. in brooklyn in seeing how the neighborhood has changed over the years and i'm specifically as it ties to the bone. The house that her mother had bought in brooklyn when her mother passed away was kinda going through the experience of do we sell the house They decided to keep it and renovated intern into rental property But there is baggage without her. Mom bought it for thirty thousand dollars Originally but because of predatory loans Which is a practice at Affects many black homeowners She was three hundred thousand dollars in debt when she passed away And so that personal story of what is to have a home in what is well slick lake and has the house. The laws and a practices in american culture hindered black people from obtaining in maintaining and growing their own wealth generation to generation which is a huge thing. We see in this book absolutely. Yeah when victoria set me down and was like she has won every single award. She's written a book a year before we were born like. This woman is incredibly successful and influential and prolific writer. And neither of us have ever heard of her before this book before we read this book. I it was just like such a know one of those moments where you're like. Wow i have been living in a little white bubble. Like i like all of the school libraries that i went to you and i never saw a single one of her children's books anywhere that i can think of never had any recommended to me and i know a lot of like all my friends that age were readers and it just maybe will angry at kind of the institutions that i grew up with some like i could have been reading this woman's writing so much sooner but then also kind of the just highlighted a lot of the problems to me in the book industry as a whole of how much farther we have to go in terms of getting diapers stories into the hands of all children so that was a big like whoa. I had no idea it. I felt similarly Of one bit of embarrassment that i've always been like. Oh i'm attuned to the children's literature royal like Steph on all the time but you like. That's my jam. This is steph. I enjoy 'em familiar familiar with the names of of who's out there. He's ready things specifically. Who was writing things in the nineties and two thousands when i was a reader reader and then also kind of the frustration continued frustration with my education and upbringing that there wasn't a focus on introducing myself appears to a diversity of authors and experiences of other kids in young adults who might be different than me and that's the same. Maybe maybe these books were carried at my library. And i just didn't notice them Woodson's children's literature any. This one came out and twenty nineteen at the library s A small child so it makes me think reaffirmed like this is why we do this for ourselves and hopefully far less news. you haven't heard of jacqueline woodson before if you are a teacher and you want to expand the books on your shelves out if you have kids or if you're a huge jacqueline woodson van. Please tell us what your favorite ones i ask. And we look forward to reading more of her work. I mean Her memoir is specifically about living in brooklyn. I'm near. I would think near the top of my to religious but it's so long for the podcast so it's at the top fifty. I should say it'll happen in the next year. Yeah yeah. I mean 'cause we always love good like children's or young adult literature recommendations and i feel like we just got handed a treasure trove of like potential books that we read That aren't just the same. Three authors over. so yeah. maybe you'll see another one of her books in the future. So this book though. This one at the bone read at the bone is sort of an intergenerational family narrative so you got each chapter is from a different person's perspective within this one sort of family unit. There's the story is centered on this moment of the granddaughter in the family melody. It's sort of her coming of age ceremony. She's sixteen and they're having a big party and so all the families there in friends and everything that's sort of sets up lake who these people are so there's melody and then her parents are iris and aubrey iris. Well the two of them. They got pregnant when they were fifteen. Very very young and the irish was at a catholic school and so it's sort of disrupted their whole lives And iris's parents are sadie and poboy. They are relatively wealthy whereas aubrey the melody's father and you also see his mother's perspective her. Name's cathy marie and they are significantly less so it moves back and forward in time at it's kind of all about trauma and wealth and love and she can accomplish all of this in so few pages it's like it's incredible But yeah it's one of those stories where you just like fall in love with all the characters in their complicated relationships in histories with each other and we were sitting down to plan this episode. Julian both like okay. What's this book about. This book is about nothing and absolutely everything. The family narrative aspect of it deals so true like a family experienced everything with your family. And there's nothing specific you know that has to be said i mentioned a jacqueline woodson started the idea from this book after some personal experiences renovating her mother's house after her mother passed away and she writes actually Julia at the end this interview with the author and she said she set out to write a book about generational wealth. She was thinking about that. She does not way that like you totally get that. That's what she's talking about but there's not like a conversation where character explains to you anything. It's just there. I i even wrote. It might notes leg. It's interesting that her original question was about intergenerational black wealth specifically and this question of like where did it go or what happens to it when the story becomes so much more and it's feels like a really difficult story to pin down because it's i mean like we already said like it's about everything about like every aspect of human life and the way that everything affects everything else so like yes. She started with a question about wealth and trauma and like the sort of upward the uphill battle that black people in america had to fight constantly to maintain their hold on their own selves their own stuff but that seeps into your friendships and the like ordinary conversations you have with your neighbors and what you study in college and like what you think about love and relationships and there's all these little moments like it feels so close and intimate this story you don't get published perspective very much making it only once but it. I remember it vividly. Because it's him reflecting on his life with his granddaughter on his lap when she's like forty years old and he's just sort of he goes to travels to all these memories and then he keeps coming back to the feeling of having her on his lap and she's asleep and he's looking at her hair and he's looking at her cheekbones and they look like her grandmother and lake something that small and close and personal. It's very hard to pin down like. This is exactly what the author was trying to say right because every time you pull one thread twelve million more follow like a sign of great writing right because it's sort of agenda It's like i'm going to just show you the hearts of these people that i have fallen in love with and you can take from it what you want. Very open-handed storytelling so yeah. It makes a very compelling but very difficult for us to talk about because we're like way if we talk about this. The we have shocked about that that we have to talk about this. And where do we start. And sometimes when we talk about fiction. Julian i won't kind of highlight a couple characters of entry points to specific topics or themes. You wanna talk about but we kind of discussed that. None of these characters can even stand on their own to talk about. Iras says to talk about aubrey in melody. savvy and to talk about poboy. You talk about safety as well an yeah like. There's no understanding on their own because their their lives are so interconnected as lives are read. Exactly this podcast is made possible by our fantastic book limbers. You can support the show by becoming a member on by me. A coffee dot com slash book club with. Jv starting at three dollars per month. Booklet members can connect with fellow listeners. Help us select books for future episodes. Unlock exclusive posts messages. 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In life i went back in force liking S and not liking. Iras was always rooting for her. Yeah but i was kind of frustrated with her at the beginning when you can see in the favor. Seeing that melody doesn't have that much of a relationship with her. Its stomach close by your first name. Melody. reverse always referred to her as irs over such a little little girl but the sympathy. Because i was fifteen. Yeah she was so young and you really want her to finish high school and you really wanted to go to college and you really want her relationship with jam. What's champs full me. Oh it's like it's jason like yeah yeah you really want that relationship to work out like you want. I heard to have everything but you also want her to be there for her daughter and she can't really do both. That makes it real. Yeah that makes it really heartbreaking. I was like. I really really empathized with her. I was like honestly. I think if i were in her position feeling assault legit. That would have done exactly the same she like. I just But she is very. She's very closed off even the way that she is with aubrey like he is very about how he loves her. He's very with his love in general like he his mother is his whole world and then he meets iris and suddenly now. He sort of describes it as like hit. It's sort of a broadened. His whole world is now to people and then melodies bar. now it's three people ended like he's very content to to have family. You go into work every day in like mail room mengiste he. Ira says like oh. He's really smart like he could have done very well but he wants. He finished high school he was like. Yeah i'm good i don. I don't need anything else. I'm good whereas iris. He he can see in her how distant she is from him almost from the very beginning not quite from the very beginning but pretty close and his view of her is constantly realizing. Oh i'm losing. I'm losing her. Oh artie lost her a long time ago because she was never really been herself fully present and it's not until a girl in college breaks his heart that she sort of fully realizes how closed off. She's been to people for so long. And how much she was protecting herself. And she's like. Oh this is a real heartbreak feels like And that's where the title of the book comes from red. The bone is from that break up. The core of the book in some ways feels like this sort of irish trying to maintain herself and her own sent her her own being as a separate entity from the rest of her family so that she can succeed in some way and not absorbed back into them unlike ceased to exist and aubrey. Just kind of holding down after melody is born or when i was pregnant with melody she basically gets kicked out of school because she's at a catholic school didn't really want there and so she's kind of homeschooling herself and kind of falling by the wayside with that and aubrey's mom actually is the one that kind of steps in supports her And this is kind of preparing to leave. Had it not been for. Cathy marie she would have ended up in summer school. Fuck our lady of saint martin. Fuck summer school. Who brings on sire hungry as hell. The public high school is only two blocks away. She'd go there. She blows out of the water. She'd leear choose already. Mostly gone At this point she's still only in like the tenth grade Already like on her way out We talk the more i've like. I'm reminded of my sympathy for iris. I think of like who. I was at fifteen fifteen and i was saying i mean. I wasn't pregnant but i was definitely like to leave town like i'm ready to go like the whole. Like my brain was on fire I'm just ready for to dive into college. Have that academic experience and continue like education and then later on when melodies a bit older. You kind of find out the. Irs has been living outside the family. Home she's got her own apartment and mel egos. They're like some weekends and part of me is like oh like iris. Be more you family like daily for your daughter but also like that's who i was at something i of my own place in my life. I wanted to be in the city. And i think this book doesn't come out and say anything like this is what teen pregnancies should be or shouldn't be here. This is how we should think of the people who are involved in teen pregnancy. The mother and the father like does not prescriptive in any way. But it just makes you think like yeah. Why shouldn't she have all the same opportunities even though she is a young mother. But then you also see. Aubrey and i think that's one reason why i get frustrated with. Iris is 'cause offer is like. He's they're like he's ready to be giving us fifteen. Was he ready to be a father. Probably not steps up and he says like this is my family. I'm going to be here for melody. It's so complicated. Because in a certain way having. Millie is actually an instigator. For aubrey's upward mobility because he's he loses his mother and because he's so active in melody's life and willing to raise her so that i can go to college leg iris's parents like he moves in with them. I'm and they own property. And he's able to live with them and like make connections and get a job and he has a pretty like. I don't know average middle class family life in the end whereas you see this moment for him when he first finds out that is pregnant and the options available to him in his immediate community in his neighborhood. The richest person in his neighborhood is what's his name slipper slip rock who is a drug dealer but he has the outward signs of stability. He has a solid car. And he's got you know an apartment at got you know. He seems good and he has. He seems like he can provide that kind of economic immediate effort stability for aubrey. And he's very tempted by them because he's like i have a family to raise. This is what is in my immediate vicinity and sort of wrestles with it for a minute. And he's like. I know it would be really easy. But because he has a place with Family he has options until he's like. I don't have to do this. It's tempting but i don't have to. And i think i don't want to. I want to do this thing instead and options a lot of times. He's like one of the biggest signs of economic growth or stability. You don't mean to have a choice. Whereas for iris having a baby really hold her back as is the case for you know a lot of women like not having complete control over their own reproductive rights and health can really like keep women trapped and prevent them from having options and growing their career. And all this kind of stuff which you see with mom. Yeah aubrey's mom. Cathy marie where like she was getting her master's degree when she got pregnant. And but she didn't have anything to fall back on because she was sort of raised in foster care and and so then she ends up in poverty to raise her son and so like in order for irish to continue her sort of mobility. She really needs to leave the baby behind in order to be able to go to college and make connections and get her own apartment all this kind of stuff. Their relationships revolves around melody. And it's very interesting how this situation impacts them so differently. I think that's important. These are the different expectations from different classes. Like to reiterate what you descend. Aubrey has an opportunity almost to step up. But then there's also the gender narratives going on with that whereas aubrey choosing to stay and like i'll get the job and i'm content here like. Oh look at this man really stepping up or it's like that's just baseline expectations for women End for irish to push back in. Like i'm gonna continue on my own. Pass it like if a man had done that would would my instinct have been like. Oh really like you should be with your daughter like oh we should reassessment vias but there. Yeah when when it comes to having a child there are those different pressures put on in different times and continuing with your education is not impossible with children but makes it so much harder i think particularly with our education landscape this more options now for like part time and non traditional students but generally it's like up and move your life and like full time do this one thing and with no child care cannot provide it. It's very expensive. Mean may not be able to work. And if you do like a grad program like you get paid in like toilet paper and a prayer sufficient life. It's not enough to raise a family on a you talked about how they don't see each other's wealth or lack of it until they meet and go to each others homes like aubrey doesn't see his own poverty until irises in his house and suddenly he sees it all differently like oh. I never noticed that before and vice versa. Like she doesn't think anything of it feels like such a such a shared experience. That i think so. Many people have the moment when they're like. Oh i didn't realize. I was rich or owner realized. We weren't rich when you have that comparison moment and i think it's so well done in the book too because to talk about wealth you have to talk in comparisons and we get that moment for both of them. Do you have a moment when you realized oh. My family is wealthy. Not wealthy in comparison or shifted your mindset of what you thought of your friends. I feel like it changes with every single person that i meet my 'cause i feel like my family's very decidedly middle. We are very very much right in the middle and so it depends on who you are. You know i. We also went to a private school. But my dad taught there and your mom worked there and so we had a significant discount Whereas you know a lot of the people we went to school with head lake all. I remember there. Was this one kid who used his. Dad's private jet to take his. We were doing a like a group like a group project for philosophy class and we had to go to a school at university and like interview people about their world views and used a private jet to take his group to lake some school. I don't i don't even remember where it it was fresno state or something and i was like hang on. Hang on hang on a you own a private jet be. You can just use it first school. I was like so yeah. That was a pretty crazy moment. That's a really extreme example. But it i didn't realize the degree to which people that i saw everyday were wealthy until i was like we. That's a real thing. That's not just like a super villain thing real people at private jets that they use for their children. Yeah that was crazy. But then also like i feel like yeah. I felt more pours in adult. When like i see since graduating college like how much debt people have and whether people were taught about investing and like how much disposable income they have and then like the connections to get started in a cushy job versus like not so cushy job and that sort of comparison we all. I tend to feel very poor. Mike parents gave me debt. I don't know about you. I think the experience going to a private high school definitely made me feel like i mean refine like we can with you know financially and i'm able to hear the schools like things are working out and then i would like go to a friend's house Massive like lots of land in like they have their own bathroom on their bedroom. They don't have to share any spaces in. It's just oh that's the like. Oh you're not on financially on that kind of moment but then there was also like i think as a high schooler. I was probably more conscious of it in like. I'm so sorry. Mom complain about like not having the newest clothes or being able to go to like film camp over the summer or something like that and then yeah just gaining perspective realizing like how much i do have. I had a friend who didn't go to school house was like. Oh my gosh. Your house is huge. And it's all again like it's a comparison game. And i mean this is now like a different conversation Reflecting on what it means to manage money and how we think about money in in what we own ourself and the damage we can do by constantly comparing and by swimming. We need the next big thing you know. The next department has to be bigger than the current department or this book also was a really. It was an interesting moment of like realizing. Oh neither side of my family has money but both sides. My family have other types of wealth. This kind of cultural capital of being artists and writers and teachers and like being very college educated extremely agitated on both sides of my family. We just didn't go into lucrative careers. But i'm the third generation of women on both sides of my family to go to college which is incredibly rare like interesting. The world's so like both my grandmothers and then mothers and aunts like all went to college. So we're like an exceptionally educated family and so in that aspect. This book really made me think the extent to which that provides a great deal of wealth. And if it's not cash you know and it's a different kind of capital but it's still a four has afforded me a lot of opportunities like those connections in the understanding of like this these steps. You need do these. Are the rules out there. That people may not tell you or you really should be thinking about this when you're a junior and you're like why not going to college for another year. No but this is the time line mueller. Okay yeah and you just do it and when you don't have that you know if you're first generation college shooting don't have that model to look up to be really difficult and i think also the expectation like if you grew up with the expectation like i am going to college that some level of financial stability family support structure leave. You've ever had a question. The idea that holiday a huge privilege and we see with iris who's like it was expected. Like that's just what you do. And you know her her mother. I think she's staying to melody. Yeah but you could assume she said the same thing iras of like. Oh like you can join alpha kappa alpha. Already because your legacy. Because that's where i went. That was not my sorority like those that like constant pressure but also constant encouragement. The had do it and it will be thing you do where were Even though his mother was educated they were just like in such a hard situation. Because she didn't have that support system when i was young into his upbringing that we don't get a full picture of it but it doesn't sound like he had the expectation that like colleges. The thing i will do that is the thing i have to do. There was a very brief mention of in a list of things that he's giving up. One of them was college ball so are not sure. What type of ball basketball football soccer ball. I dunno baseball sport. He plays but there was some inkling of an idea for him that he could do that that that could be a way for him to go to college but he didn't seem that attached to it. He gave it up pretty happily iras when she's working with cathy. Marie it sort of lights. That fire under her ass. Part of it is because she never questioned that she would get into college so she never really had that lick dry that she needed to make it happen and hearing about the power and importance of education from cathy. Marie who's like this is your way out. Don't do the same thing. I did really is. What makes her realize like. Oh this is a big deal. And i need to make sure i do this for myself. And that's kind of a big sort of watershed moment for her to speaking county. Marie yeah like you said is not a lot. She hides a lot. There's a lot. She doesn't say she only tells aubrey about his father. Wants and kathy. As a character ceelo yet again is most understood through her relationship or contrast with others. So we see you saeby Iris's mother who literally has been able to accumulate wells to appoint that from her family passed down that she keeps gold bars in the house has like i don't trust the world and we will be secure like we will be able to take care of ourselves is able because she had the the connection in the support through her life and getting married and choosing to have support where we see katherine. Marie who obvious father was not really the picture and he wasn't looking support. She didn't have a full support system around her and so she wasn't able to necessarily save up that wealth nor was passed down her and we see that explicitly the fact that she comes from the foster care system. It's not just like mom and dad couldn't support me. It's like they weren't even there. Yeah and she's coming from that almost like rock bottom nothing but at the same time is still a very loving. Mother and. Aubrey absolutely adores her and she does what she can to provide for him. Yeah she It's interesting seeing her through. Aubrey's is because he keeps trying to wrestle with blake his understanding of what kathy reaches called the system. He's like what is that can't he can't quite figure out what it is for. A lot of people think all the foster care system but you get a sense that it's not just that it's leg the whole thing of it. You know the whole how. All of american society is sort of set up to prevent from getting out and succeeding in the sense of like. There's always some four. There's always some loophole. there's always something that sort of keeps you down. And he can never quite get a handle on it when like and he never really asks her. Like what do you mean when you save that But he sees the toll that it takes on her and She up dying cancer free whereas cbi she was literally raised. She had like five parents or something because he's the only child and an aunt and uncle or who could have kit. Yeah yeah the all live together and she also grew up she sort of the line of the legacy of like black wealth because i thought it was interesting she Her mother was a little girl in tulsa when the massacre was it. Nineteen twenty one. I think so occurred in where the neighborhood of colloquially known as black wall street was just like destroyed and burned to the ground by white people but her mother was able to escape. She was like a little girl and then was moved to the south side of chicago which was another area of black wealth as than seabees. Her aunt and uncle were like a doctor and a nurse and mike couldn't have kids and so she had like this sort of all these adults. Who had you know successful careers pouring all this into her. She sort of is the one carrying that legacy of wealth throughout the story and puts it into gold bars so that she can pass it on her kids because she so terrified something like tulsa. It's gonna happen again. And she doesn't trust banks. Which i mean we really shouldn't we should but we shouldn't. I don't know understand why she doesn't yes Saving is one of the characters that just kind of rolled around in my head for a while. we get this really traumatic loud seen when xavi like loses it when she finds out the irises. Pregnant remind me of the acts Seem between mother and daughter that was not about pregnancy but still about being with a boy. So from the gecko. I'm not Like i can. I'm sure that's a super difficult thing to hear. Fifteen year. old daughter is pregnant. But i was like angry at her for a while but then we also get more and more of savings character like they lost their first child and lake how devastating that was and and whilst we a really great support system. She was an only child and after her son her son passes away. They don't have anyone left and so they pack up and restart the cut. Anita fresh fresh restart near on your city so again. There's so many layers to these characters in her. Just pull one thread in say like She's concerned about wealth. And like that's one character trait of When you start pulling the threat find so much depth to her and the amount of like love as she pours into her family. I love her relationship with poboy. very sweet. And you see Things that iris didn't necessarily see 'cause irish just felt the brutality and the shame that was sort of taking out on her but savy also like calls out the her priest and the leaders irises. School like she Sticks up for our child gives a lot in order to protect her. Whereas it's interesting even if you compare the two reactions between county marie and see to the knowledge that they're pregnant like it's almost like caddy. Marie takes one look at when she first meets iris. Man she's kinda. Like oh i already know. She doesn't have much of a reaction to it when i recall. She's like oh okay. This is what's going to happen isn't it. Whereas savy is like distraught and so upset and scandalized. She can't get out of bed. I don't know how to read into that but it's really interesting. Yeah like is there a kind of class expectation when it comes to teen pregnancy as well. I don't know why we learned. This book was really interesting to reflect. On what what does it mean to talk about. Generational wealth often we think of what is your inheritance. Are you gonna get a stack of goals from your mother. When she passes but also the inheritance of education than sheraton family support inheritance of community property properties huge and there's so many elements to it and but we see in american history so many times that black people have been denied the ability to grow their wealth to even have wealth We're gonna talk about in a future episode but tiny house. He coaches a great article. A case for reparations that was originally printed in the atlantic and reading that it's it's a long way but it's super detailed end was really eye-opening. I was aware of racial injustice. But not in the specifics of like. You can't buy a home here. Were to give you only this kind of loan. Which is Predatory anna's basically impossible to ever pay off. And all this terrible oppression time and time again that the black community has not been able to necessarily in in most families. Build up the wealth at the equivalence have in white communities now definitely made me think about the wealth i have said he's not money and sort of to think about in the broader sense Which is really just talking about privilege ray but realizing yeah like like what what. Things were assumed. When i was growing up that are not always assumed for everyone because the tower is to dig those up because there is assumed race. Because you don't you don't talk about them. They're just there. So i feel like i'm always uncovering new ones and his book definitely did that for me. And also it leaves you. The book leaves. You is like everyone dies. It's just irish and melody left. All the other characters die and like there's a sense of like all they kind of have to cling to each other because they're the only ones f- even though they can't really their relationship is strained for a lot of reasons. Yes the book ends with them. Digging up the gold bars in the the stairs key. There's like they're going to be okay. You have that kind of feeling. But there's also like they have lost and suffered show much. And they're you know luckier in innocence. So that's i really liked the bit in the back of the book. That was really helpful for me in terms of guiding my reading of like when woodson says like i wanted to emphasize how black people survive in the us and what it takes and said that really. Like i didn't realize how attached i was to the book and then i almost started crying in the last chapter. Sounds like this is so just. You don't know what the feeling is. But it just leaves you with a feeling and your dislike cool shadows shown Yes sir new our new segment segment for the little bits that we want to highlight or criticize so we didn't have a chance to have any shutdowns at all. This time. New critiques my shoutouts. There's a beautiful beach seen before cathy. Marie passes away where they all go to the beach together with melody As a small child. That's beautiful another part that we didn't even touch on is the way that jacqueline woodson uses nine eleven as kind of a follow counterpoint to talk about tulsa and this is like the two traumas like national thomas that comes specifically effect. This family has. Aubrey was in on the world. Trade center on nine eleven and sees grandmother was her family was devastated by the tulsa massacre. And if you aren't familiar with tulsa massacre when you're reading this book. I think it does a good job being like. You know how scared you felt. Much that tore apart and traumatize the city of new york in that community and survivors. If you are aware what tulsa that's how tulsa felt and then it also specifically ties. In the story of blackwell's. I had a very much like frustrated with the system. Moment when i realized when she referenced tulsa and i realized the only reason i knew what she was talking about was because we watched watchmen and i was like this is so messed up that i had to rely on. I mean an incredible television show. It's great. I'm so glad it exists but also it shouldn't have to do all the work it's fictional. It's an alternate reality. It shouldn't have to do all the heavy lifting of educating about like a very significant event in american history. Anyway i was a little. I was annoyed by that. And a shoutout that i have the relationship between melody and malcolm i thought was very sweet and i wanted more of it and i wanted to understand. Better what you. Yeah 'cause they're technically dating but like they both gay and he talks about it very openly with her and they're more like best friends as a win. It's just the two of them alone very sweet with each other and trust each other alive and talk about like their hopes and dreams for the future in how they wanna fall in love. And it's you're like they're so cute. And but yeah. I really wanted that to me. That was the most interesting part about melody. And i wanted more of that. So people who enjoyed reading At the bone. What would you recommend the checklist Yeah in terms of a very short and intimate and kind of sad but feel good family story book parking to ourselves by andres. I think it's pronounced annoyment could be wrong spelled any u. m. a. n. and then We've recommended this book a bazillion times. girl woman other by bernie every evaristo. I bring this one. Specifically because of the discussion that book has about property ownership and the generational wealth effect that has on black women specifically in the uk and. That was really interesting. Part of that book. That i found in so that connection was interesting to me. I mentioned this book already. But the ex by elizabeth survey toe is the story of a effort dominican women growing up in new york city as well And that was written in verse which. I really enjoyed that one of my notes. I feel like a roundabout has very poetic feel anyways. So i think the police would be a good companion rate so the last segment was almost the best segment i would say the whole episode is probably pretty good but this is our our fun segment where we kick back in. Have a blast things that are bringing us joy if things were currently obsessed with okay currently obsessed This is technically currently obsessed from about a month ago. But i'm trying trying to release my currently obsessed slowly over time instead of all nine once So run river. North has their their new album. Monsters in your head came out like a month ago and it is very good and i discovered a new podcast. That again is old. It's well it ended in like the last six months. But it's over but it's called the tableau podcast. There's a korean canadian. Rapper songwriter. Poet call his state ms tableau. He does this podcast. It was supposed to be talking about music but he just talks about the most random things with his producer. Diane and sometimes as manager eddie is there and they. It is the funniest. It's one of the most funny like free flowing free form podcasts. Ever listened to like it's about nothing and it's so funny. So yeah if you just feel like hanging out with some people feeling lonely. That's a great one and then also just watched all of this in one night. But i think. I brought this up before staged. There's a second season of it so staged is a quarantine. Tv show made in the uk. Starring david tennant and michael sheen who were the two leads in good omens and it's it's like them on being on zoom in their homes frank to rehearse for play and it's so funny and they made they just released a season to a. It's it somehow better. It's i was dying laughing. I watched the whole thing in one sitting. It was so funny. Just the two of them together are comedy gold. It's exceptionally british. Though someone described his leg the to angry. Celtic dads that we all need because once One scottish but yeah. That's a great time. It's on hulu in the states. I don't remember if i recommended this on the podcast before but dirty rat in church. Kids is podcast. I think eventually instagram account before. But i've been digging. Their podcast have exceptionally long Sued bringing up in chunk. She can do it or you're doing a long a long trip but they recently did an episode with grace baldrige. Who staged a similar. She put out an ep called. Preacher's kid The episodes fantastic the album's great. Immune cry in a good way of like good tears and Yeah definitely recommend especially if you grew up in the church. Well we made it. Maybe we weren't sure what we were going to talk about what we talked about things for a while. We talked about things for an hour so look into my house. That's what do you do. We talk about things for an hour and this is where our good. Thanks for joining us. Spread this episode of the club with julia and victoria chime in with your own parts recommendations on instagram at the club with j. b. or through the contact on our website. Www dot with jd dot com or website is also where you can find show notes for this episode which include links to any of the recommendations. We gave her other tidbits invention. Make sure to follow us in spotify apple podcasts or ever your kirtland listening and leave us a five star reviews apple while you're there. 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"Child in a car seat. That's not correct for them. Car crashes are a leading killer of children ages one to thirteen secure their future seat them in the correct carseat. You'll listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook. Twitter and instagram's visit a fox news alert reestablishing order. I'm lisa lisera a curfew now in effect in washington. Dc after protesters stormed the capitol building is a joint session of congress was in the process of certifying the election. Lawmakers forced to evacuate. And there's a report of a woman shot and critically injured washington dc mayor. Muriel bowser says dc and capitol. Police will work together to restore order after delay. President trump addressed the protesters. Fox's thandi powers has more live. The president posted a video to his supporters on twitter hours after many of them fought police and breached the capital again making. His debunked claim that the election had been stolen from him. We have to have peace so go home. we love you. You're very special. The breach follow this morning. Save america march rally by the president in which he called for his supporters to quote show strength and urged them to march to the capital. Saying he would join them but he did not lisa. Tanya president-elect biden saying trump's supporters must end what he called. they're saying. This is not who we are shane or a small number of extremists dedicated to lawlessness. This is not to send is. Disorder is chaos borders on sedition biden said. Democracy was under an unprecedented assault in the georgia runoff election. The fox news decision desk and now reject the democrat. Jon ossoff will beat republican. David perdue giving democrats control of the us senate for the first time in six years. 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Dc after thousands of trump supporters descended on the us capitol as congress was beginning the process of certifying the election. Some getting inside the chamber behavior that we are witnessing is shameful on patriotic and above all the unlawful dc mayor. Muriel bowser the district's police force will assist. Us capitol police in regaining control of the capital. So the certification of the electoral college results can resume. President elect joe biden spoke in delaware after seeing the chaos at the capitol. He said that. Us democracy was under an unprecedented assault and he called on president trump to urge his supporters to leave short time later in a video posted to twitter. The president called for peace and told the protesters to go home but he again repeated his claim which has been disproven. Multiple times at the election was stolen and investigation in florida into accusations of line. Cutting to get the corona virus vaccine. 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Schedule your free product or right now a netflix dot com slash fox net sweet dot com slash. Fox here's a look at weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Dense fog in some areas within the region until ten. Am them transitioning to mostly cloudy skies for the rest of the day. I near forty tonight. Mostly cloudy skies some dense fog in select areas low near thirty expect cloudy skies field thursday with some windy conditions as high as ten to fifteen miles put out. Kyle rounding mid-thirties. That's the latest from your weather center. You can find out more on the weather on our website. The newsfeed dot com. Everything went down in dc. And we're going to talk about it. We got vincent going to join us here in just a moment because he's been watching it like a hawk all day long so he knows really what's what's been transpiring but it was actually vincent show which is questioning authority over on the shire free media channel on d. live. That's t live dot tv slash. Shire free media. He just changed his channel names to some people are a little confused about that. But that's where you'll find him. Now you're playing on monday night. Vincent and welcome back to freetalklive. You're playing monday nights videos of some right wingers who were like trampling on and wanting to burn the thin blue line flags and i thought you know what that's interesting good development and i had a couple of other listeners. Say hey you know you guys might want to talk about this. So is actually my intention to discuss that tonight. And then those that same group of Protesters maybe not exact same group. Relatively similar people apparently stormed the capitol building today. So vincent take us back a few days to what happened with the the thin blue line supporters turning against the police What happened there and then you know take us to today and what happened in dc. So what happened in that. Would that took That incident took place in salem oregon and it was some sort of anti lockdown pro trump. Rally you know proud boy types maga yo patriots it's a whole collection of different people usually centered around like different media personalities. And they arrived in. Antigua arrived in usually they would like in previous. Instances may be able to duke it out and fight with non lethal weapons and providing excellent content and he got it out of her systems but this time but police separated via i. I'll just call them. The maga separate maga people from antifa but then the police would let antifa with firearms and Paintball weapons looked like go through align line and intimidate them and they got upset and were demanding that the police arrest antifa and they refuse and then they start shooting pepper balls and gassing boom by a shot paper bald meaning. The police shot pepper. Balls and gassed the maga- people yes okay and The magpie here's some of them right it's it's been a long time coming. But it's it long enough where people and a lot of them are big police supporters. They have family in law enforcement or Nation of law enforcement and they call the thin blue line right. It's visa visa gray. American flags of one blue line. It's furry and support for police and you know for defunding. Police ain't going on veve been given a lot of renewed strength an effort and the police. Now as sagan said that they wanted to fund the police now well some of them are so stubborn but a lot of them are starting to finally you see the light and get out of this battered battered Citizen syndrome they starve a they dragged a Thin blue line flag on the ground. Be invited people to stomp on it. One woman at least footage. That i saw one woman ran up and was you know. Say it was trying to dissuade them but they shouted her down nice. And oh yeah yeah. And it's a growing trend. Where a lot of these people who used to cheer police every time they saw police at a rally give them high fives and thank them even if they are arresting or intimidating them Really discussing it's hard to watch and now versus screaming. F police for yelling at the cops and today dc. They were some of them. Were in fact brawling with police. Yeah i saw some of that footage Urine the keen chat telegram. Because you've spent quite a many years here in keene and you hanging out with us and there you've been just watching this thing closely today and Picking up a variety of different Pieces of footage of these protesters breaching the capitol building and. actually you know indoors and outdoors. Getting into fights with the police. Many of these people would have been waving the police then blue line flag just days before and now things. All of a sudden are turning on a dime which is very interesting. And i'm glad you bring that up because a lot of the things that these these people shout at the police. Whoever boomers or young people or jen's ears whatever They would say. I used to support you. Guys were ears. I supported you guys for months. I was marching support. You guys and it's like they say it as if it's been a personal betrayal right well to them as sort of has i mean. We saw the same thing. When trump came to power. You know the democrats were really upset because it never occurred to them that all of that power could be used against them all that power. They had been concentrating and we see the same thing with police now. It never occurred to these people that the police could use that power against them. Well and i would figure the reason for that is because as you mentioned vincent these some of these folks have this sort of obsession with the police. They're fascinated by them by the violence by the so called law and order a lot of the conservative right-wingers love to trot out the law and order mentality. They support candidates that talk about law and order even though of course the democrats say the same crap about law and order but for whatever reason the republicans get more excited about it and so they believed that they were in favor of law and order and when it turns out that the law has turned against them in order to keep. So-called order will now law and order seem so good anymore and the police are now their enemy well law and order campaign anything right because these people want pence to be just though the constitution out the window say no trump is still president so i mean law and order. I can't matter to them anymore whether they've made that connection or not i don't know but nonetheless it's a good start to have them be changing their minds in the streets about the police. They're not the only ones changing their minds. Though i what i'm hearing from leftists is that you know they. They've kinda wish. These protesters have been shot Bryce we bring that up. Yeah supports the police. If we'll remember back to when trump was inaugurated were riots. There's been you know riots all along and you have chris cuomo on. Cnn said since when do protests have to be quiet and peaceful and so for for for four years we have We leftist leniency. On that and now. I i saw twitter people saying oh this is a coup attempt saying all these people need to be tried for treason. And i'm saying that the girl who tried to climb the girl who got shot in the neck deserve to get shots like all of them It's the pendulum has swing back very hard and very quickly. I mean just a few weeks ago. The republicans were saying what the democrats are saying. Now and the democrats were saying with republicans are saying now and none of them are capable of acknowledging the hypocrisy of both sides of their own side. They can see it clearly in the other side but they can't see it on their on their own side. Now you said a woman was shot today. I heard rumors she is. She has died. You know if that's true. I haven't seen anywhere officials saying that. She has died. But i haven't seen any. We haven't seen much of anything at all. After i did see the video i did see video of it recently. i yeah it's It was it was pretty gruesome of police. So she got shot and people you know. The police were giving her Emergency first-aid what were you circumstances around. Her shot is it clear. Who shot her. Yes yes it was indeed police not her while she was trying to climb through a window of nca. It's a big building right so inside. You know whatever. Our may sonic architectures internal windows and an internal window. Yeah right and trying to climb food to get away from the police or to get to the police. Why i wouldn't say to get to the police specifically right. I mean i'm sure they didn't want to release their. This was People see this as well when i say to the police. I guess. I should've said what she tried to move towards the police was she was yes in. The police happened to be in her way. Yes okay so let's and they decided to shoot her. Yeah well that's what they do. They i want to go back just a little bit. Why we're all these people in dc today in the first place. What was the reason for it. I'm very glad you ask that. Donald trump called for all right standby You've got time to talk about this right. Oh yeah. Vincent is with us here. He's the host of. Are you still calling your show questioning authority juice. Change the channel name. Mpr we're find out more about that here in this moment This is free. Talk live if you want to join us six. 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But when i heard about what was going on down in dc today i i was hearing a lot about it from vincent. He was sitting there and just consuming as much of this Media as he possibly could. So i've been all day and i figured you know what best what better way to talk about this then to To have been on he's been following the situation for quite a while with the right wing and left wing protests. He's been covering it a lot on his show. Which vincent you said. You changed the name of questioning authority well so. Qa is still happening on saturdays on l. dot. Okay at the saturday slot. it's just You know my my new endeavor. I wanted to move away. And i'll be getting it. I'll begin giving the reasons. I was originally going to rename it to the america. First war room. But you're I'd attract for wrong kind of audience So i'm going to reveal the new name on my show tonight sir okay. Npr what that was about. I'll say why. I changed it because you know the initials were and i was tired of being associated with cunanan. Just oh yeah yeah. It was just constant. I said you know. I don't need this kind of audience and change it so this cunanan's like this cult thing that people have been involved in for the last four years in all of a sudden whoever it is behind that account has just completely gone away right or have they posted since trump lost the election. No no not sit. Well yes a ban. Posted december eight flight check today. Because i always figure anytime something big happens right. I may have what does cwm after saying. Oh it's nothing to say and this is an account that was fairly active previously correct. Oh yeah yeah. I think the last thing that the tweeted out was a message of encouragement. Hold the line and while the strange thing it can be just to take a side on this for for moment where i mean. We haven't talked in detail about this. The cunanan thing but it is an interesting kind of phenomenon where people seem to be like seriously colt level followers of believers. For sure of this kyun on thing and and it started as i understand it as predictor of what trump was supposed to be doing and supposedly it was someone inside the white house or inside. Trump's you know inner circle but they made all kinds of predictions and i'm sure the super majority of them didn't come true a so but i think it's been fairly exposed as point as a As a sigh up to get a certain portion of a political electorate demand you know who otherwise wouldn't be demanding martial law to get them to see marshall law as a good thing and what the cunanan people call the great awakening a very well could be in fact for wing version or whatever you know selling it to right wingers as v Great was great reset Yeah so it's Dueling right they do. They do that a lot to to party. Do -opoly right juice already. Two sides of two different solutions. And it's i think that's more likely it was some troll was bored but it's curious that they would not continue even after trump loses the election. Like i mean this thing has to. I don't know how many followers it has but it's quite a few. I mean there literally are people who follow it as a as a family and they believe everything that it says they wear q. Related garbin clothing. And they have jargon. I mean they seriously it meets so many different qualifications of cult. And why would you just. I mean if you were in charge of this cult of all these people that will literally follow your every word. Why would you just let that. Just we'll pay you play a joke. The higher your chances of getting caught and he's already gave the cunanan and the hashtags and all of that. They've been getting banned from twitter facebook. And all these other places some in if someone joking than the joke had certainly run. Its course by the end of the trump administration or by the end of the throw away all offers. I mean if you've got millions of followers or whatever he's got hundreds and they go. Hey by the way. I was just messing with you. Come follow my real account would still hanging. I don't know what they call a joyless interpretation of things. I want sony and or within rivers nothing saying that. You has gone away entirely. Also i mean within ver- cannon right within their catechism were going dark which means where you just don't hear from them for awhile means that something big happening right and it's like an inversion where because nothing is happening. That means something big is happening right. If you don't hear from you so it makes sense right within ver- mindset right you know trump loses the election but this is all part of a plan so now you from him because the plan is happening all right. Let's get back to what happened today So you said trump called for people to show up in dc today. Why yes so today. The and i'm not too certain on the lingo of it. I just i just know you know the the anyway so i just avi. We're working class. Version of it The layman's version of it today. The severe today. Congress was meeting to certify the election and a group of an so trump invited about the steel people. The maga people right his people you know you have a deplorables or you want to call it. The eighty million seed refers to it as you know the people who voted for him to come to dc and have a peaceful protests to show as show a force right to get the congress to do what they want him to do and sorta pressured them to act a certain way right To be accountable right having trump wanted. He wanted to throw out certain votes or something like that. What was the last ditch attempt here. So what i so. I don't know if it even happened because they stormed the capital before before. Anything could be really discussed in length for voted on supposedly. They went to a secret location. That's one our underground tunnels. When bear up plastic bubble hoods those were creepy. Did you see that where there was like some some representative. He looked like he was in a space bubble helmet or something like that. Buzz light year outfit looked ridiculous. So what happened was ted vevey needed one senator and one representative to objects to assertive objective objective. Certifying of electors votes. And they did it with arizona and because they have certain states where they have I guess they feel like they have reasonable evidence of some sort of voter fraud or manipulation. And what the goal was to get a ten day period to audit the election. And you know in befor. You'll have an impartial investigation into voter fraud. Just to prove to the american people that the elections are still safe for reverted to to do whatever rights In order in order for people to still you know maintain trust any election right. That's a bipartisan line. And they were having debate about that and it. Was you know fairly on party. Line with a lot of republican dissenters and then the discussion was interrupted. Because you mike pence was escorted out by secret service. And then you hear shouting in the halls in the distance they had to go to recess And innova evacuate because a group of a massive grew must've been thousands of people of all visa trump. Sports protesters were leading a march by trump. He sorry. I get myself so before. Durham during that process trump was trump with giving a speech right and it was going over all the fraud and then all the march outside the capitol bill. Hi standby vincent is with us here from questioning authority the sharp remedial channel over on d. 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Sorry that's as you solve this stuff in dc. I've been sitting here consumer that all day like venture. Oh what hundred. And i'm happy. Happy as i can be and on the other hand. I'm a little bit disappointed but the rest of the world is watching. This china sees russia's season we looked like venezuela but right man. now hold on kirby pointed. Are you disappointed for the same reason that i am in. That is that the protesters actually weren't trying to really change. You know they weren't trying to burn the place down which would have really warmed my heart If they'd done that they wanted to see tar and feather say they were just trying to put their guy their master their preferred master. They want him to be the master. That's what this was about. What was disappointing to you about it. Pretty much the same thing that made me happy Because it shows the true hypocrisy racism Just green of america. This is all being done by very vocal. Pilots minority The fact that they could do everything that they get a guy to the chamber floor Is amazing and it shows good. America is not going to take a serious day and against a violent wight. Ma unless absolutely has to again that's why i say china's watching russia's watching. We looked like a third world banana republic. We look like adolf hitler. Had there been cameras and cell phone It's i'm torn about it but in the end it is a great thing. I think more to see anybody hurt in unlike you. I don't want so you can burn down physically but may be z. O. because people are going to get hurt and take us at non violent guys violent because not the answer. We get that. Hey i don't believe in. But if somebody torches a government building to me. They're doing us all a favor. I want them to make sure that government building is empty. I yeah. I mean it's hard to make sure the government buildings are empty because they're so humongous. But you know get out of there. It's burning you shouldn't stick around. I mean commodity also set off e d. I heard. I heard that packages one outside of the republican committee building there and an unidentified package that was not confirmed as a bomb outside the democratic one but as a i don't know if those a true but none of them exploded from what i read. Okay so in the end if don't have been black brown red yellow people. How many do you think that this would have been a slaughter. I think we all know. I can't disagree with you but i want to believe you're wrong. I just don't think you are. Oh i don't know about that. I mean we. We didn't see slaughters of the black lives matter protests earlier this year. I mean there weren't straight up the storm the capitol building exactly. They did not store may federal buildings full of ood dishing so they should have been shot. Well i don't think so. I mean you don't. You're not actually calling for those people being shot. Are you know what i'm saying is if the league and the capital of officials had done what they were supposed to do. Those people would have been shy. Well they may not have had enough resting congress. Senate hang on vince. What was that you said vincent. If doing what they're supposed to do you know that people wouldn't be protesting in the first place. They'd be arresting a congress in the senate. Yeah well that's that's all their real job. Their real job is to protect the state not to protect the people but the point is you know the the numbers of people protesters far outnumbered. The number of police and the reality is whenever you outnumber the police three two one five to one or ten to one or whatever this this must have been more than ten to one. I mean there were thousands and thousands of protesters out there. Those cops are going to stand down in most circumstances. I mean the only ones look. They know they'll say degree and apparently being. But you know like. I say this shows here. Piracy of american shows. How far america has come and it with its the near but america is still the same tinpot dictatorship. It was in seventeen seventy seven. Yeah and a few protesters storming the capitol building for thirty minutes or an hour. However long it ended up being. Today i mean. Are they still there. Or i heard a. I heard rumor that they were just orderly leaving the building when they were asked to leave at some point i just looked at the middle of the few minutes ago They got police out. They were throwing flash bangs. There were still people in the street. But i couldn't tell if they were the maga- folks or did the national guard or come on the kirby. Thanks for the call man. I do appreciate here. Thanks for weighing. In on this. Vincent do you know i heard a rumor that the government gang called in the national guard. Did they ever show up. The last i saw or with some sort of swat team. That i Yeah at least it will. Actually i don't know at this point. Police and military these military's urban wear is you know is is is indistinguishable. But i didn't confirm they. They did come out. they're wearing black vests instead of bulletproof vests and they have to dc flag on them. That's the national guard initially declined. They request for troops but ultimately it seems they gave in and sent out some national guards. People is the pentagon. This is the pentagon in charge of the national guard presumably. So what i saw. Was the secretary of defense disgust with mike pence so i it was the mayor that wanted via national guard but department defense declined and van mike. Let's see here defense secretary. So he discussed deploying the national guard with ten th mcconnell flosi shoes optics of how to look having you know military in the nation's capital No mention of trump's so he's considered tends connell flow see. It seems like they asked the secretary of defense deployment truth. 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Dc today where thousands of protesters had gathered to support donald trump in a last ditch effort to try to somehow turn around the results of the election. They were hoping. I guess that mike pence was going to some kind of magic spell or has been the longest post election garbage. That i've seen though in quite a long time i am. I hate joe biden only slightly less than i hate trump or slightly more than trump. But i am ready for biden to take office just so that these republicans shut the hell. I hope he never makes it. I hope that that would be ideal right. I hope the whole thing falls apart. I mean right now. We've seen for the first time in generations. I mean if ever i mean i think there was one point. Where d- wasn't dc set on fire at some point by like the french way back or something like the canadians canadians So i guess. Vincent might know thing to. He's actually burned out the white house. Yeah that's what. I'm saying so like mayo back then. British burned down the white house occupied. Dc congress convened in a hotel. Yes so but now. This is the first time in our lifetimes the first time. Since you know grandparents lifetimes that we've seen washington dc security be overrun by protesters. It was a heck of a day today. Very very interesting stuff. And vincent you've been watching it closely. Appreciate you coming on here with us tonight. your show Starts at ten m. eastern time monday wednesdays fridays. You're doing a d. Live only show correct. You're not on twitch just alive yes. Yes and your channel. They're delight dot tv slash. Shire free media. That's where people can check you out tonight. I imagine you're gonna just be a wash in footage tonight of this. I've been i've been. I've been collecting footage all day. It's going to be show to remember. Yes it definitely check him out there so we were talking about the Of the capitol building Today now interestingly there were what what would you say. Hundreds of people that went into this building more than that maybe about I somewhere savers like tens of thousands of people a lot of people I own saw one stream because People would start to lose reset reception once they went into the chamber hall. So i didn't really see or did you that Bud bear were I'd say as many as they were barely any elbow room right like people would have to squish through it was like a rave they'd have to squish through a mass of people just to get out even when the police were trying to hurt people out looking here at the cnbc nbc report on this. There's a senator jeff merkley. Who tweeted a photograph of electoral college ballots. That were rescued from the senate floor. Skewed him yeah. He said if are capable floor staff hadn't grabbed them they would have been burned by the mob. Oh how horrible would that. Wouldn't that have been interesting if that it actually happened They're lucky that they didn't burn the place down. It's a. It's a shame that they were the so-called mob was as respectful as they were. Was it true that one a policy staff left out of there in such a hurry that she left emails open and her computer unlocked. Yes oh yeah. You already idiots circulated on twitter people were sitting on. Someone stole the chair. I be a bunch of pictures of people sitting on nancy. Pelosi's chambers of the guys like the viking hat. He stole the chair and it was a very bizarre collection of people. were were. Boomers streamers loppers. Now here's an interesting thing about the guy with the viking. How you talking about the guy with pain on his face right in the the for coat. Yes yeah so. this guy. apparently is an alleged antiga. well he was at a black lives matter rally. O- was he had a black lives matter. Ellie okay yeah. Cetera zona okay. That was that was what was somebody said that they took a picture of him and they claim that he's got like a pedophile logo tattooed on his chest and that he was standing next to a guy with a communist logo tattooed on his his hand and there were rumors than antifa was amongst trump supporters wearing backwards maga- hats. Have you heard anything about that. I didn't hear anything about the backwards. Maga- hats like from the beginning when people started to congregate around with people started to Go in people were at least on the internet. A lot of people were tweeting. That oh visit this. And actual right you know are trump supporters. They respect the police too much. This is antifa. And i thought that it was just a bunch of cope and You know in some of the were tweeting it out. So i figured i'll will very upset that their Followers are going to be spending money on bail instead of donations. But honestly i. I've seen a lot of very and it would make sense to ride bed. You know finally when a group of right wingers spine against police. It's because antifa tricks from into it. I've seen a lot of there. There's a lot of inconsistencies right. Like i even hesitate when you said overran the capital. Don't give me around for a lot of people there and they outnumbered police. But i saw i saw clips of like the police opening the gate. Right i've seen video police opening the gate and letting in you know and like a ushering in like hundreds of trump's supporters and some of the people who are saying that Maybe not necessarily santee fo- but that it was. This was some sort of tomfoolery. are sort of making a good point because one it's derailed any sort of Political machinations right To get trump back in because this is just being reported by big league politics. Congress will reconvene tonight and certified the election results so and it also gives joe biden his own charlottesville because from the beginning of joe biden's campaign. He's been a pro- for president elbow back to the primary he's been using as motif. He's been using images y- feature. Chris can't while in his first campaign ad and talking about this domestic terrorists You know like a restaurant like this pasty white right-wing domestic terrorists and then you have this event when he's president elect and then he's gonna take office and this is going to be his charlottesville. He's going to use this to pass all sorts of red flag light laws crank up the security in dc. Hair more cops. That the entire country right is going gonna make america and even bigger police state and i didn't even think possible. Well there's no better time than now to secede from the united states. I mean this is a you know. It's an idea that it's time has come. It's clear that this experiment of taking three hundred and twenty million different people and making them all follow the same leader. Half of whom have a half of whom hate that leader is not going to work. You can't please these two separate groups. Let them go their own ways in say. Thanks for spending an hour with us here tonight. Talking about this Definitely appreciate it man. Certainly oh thank you for having me and check him out again tonight. starting just after freetalklive ends head over to delight dot tv slash. Shire free media. Give vincent a follow over there. He's got a good show that he does and he does it three times a week. So thanks we go to your calls your thoughts here. Mallory is on the line in texas. You're on free talk live. hello mallory. high Is wanted to continue the protests. And everything and i guess from the last caller kind of bringing up in a little bit of comparison and black lives matter which To me i think a lot of people by comparing ed are missing the bigger picture and kind of Like like it was mentioned before It is a almost a good thing that happened but then Oh it's definitely a good overshadowed. i'm sorry. I think it's definitely a good thing you're saying what's overshadowed So you know with condoms in maga- and all that type of thing i th- and even the i guess the brand name if you will of black lives matter and the brand name of maga- when people were missing the bigger picture that you know this is a You know turmoil with our own government and people are making it in a comparison with each other like. Oh wow look at black lives matter. They you know they didn't go burn down the capitol building. Okay they didn't burn down the capitol building which technically is our building as the us citizens as well so we have the right to go storm it and in my opinion go storm it and you know question authority and the government Black lives matter did go in you know. That group burnt down people's businesses and people's livelihood. So you know to try and compare it is to me. It's kind of you know not. There's not much comparison. First of all black lives matter or didn't burn down a business. Black lives matter is just an idea. It's there is a some sort of a legal structure some corporation or whatever but the people that burn down businesses where protesters and they all had their own reasons for it. I don't support whatever it was that there are reasons. Works that crazy. If you're if you're mad at the government go go to the government buildings in torch does if you're gonna torch something torture government building and that's where Police station built right and the minneapolis. Protesters did torture police station and it was like. Finally the protesters finally went after the right target but then they went and they torched like forty other places. Many of some of whom were were black owned businesses but mallory. Thanks for calling in tonight and sharing your thoughts Definitely appreciate it but at least these protesters in dc. Have the right target now. Their idea wasn't right in that they were just wanting to get trump to stay in office. So it's not like they're trying to you know overthrow the government or shut the government down in any meaningful sense but it was interesting. Say step toward that with a lot of them. You know now anti blue lives matter and where does it go next free talk. Live the show where anyone can call about whatever they want. And we do mean anyone. Eric and george noory doesn't eat flee a break either george. Noory the host of coast to coast. Am you believe that. Let me just make sure i heard you correctly. You don't believe that. He drinks that he eats and that he'd sleeps is that we wanna make sure i heard you correctly. They don't have to be here. They come here to teach people dying art bell one. They're blood confidence. Bold content is gold. Is that what you just said. I your goal freetalklive nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the liberty radio network at dot. 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Gas was being used inside the building within instructed to each of us get a gas mask that are under our seats now. The city is under curfew with more national guard troops coming in from neighbouring maryland as well as virginia adding to the federal agents from fbi. Atf and the us marshals service all ready assisting the capitol police lisa jail president. Joe biden set protest bordered on sedition called for the restoration on what he called simple. Decency never been anything. We can't do when we do it together. And this god all of the splayed today bringing home to every publican democrat independent in the nation. We must step biden condemned the actions of the demonstrators cold on president trump to denounce the man to tell them to leave. Shortly after by. President trump did release video on twitter. Don't want anybody hurt. It's a very tough period of time. There's never been a time like this. 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National guard troops are now on the scene and attempting to regain some sort of control in the city. There's video coming in lucrative. Hausky posted that showing the police. Just go and out of control attacking people in the streets. It's getting pretty crazy. There's now a curfew in place from six. Pm to six am so right. Now in dc. It is curfew time. So it's gonna. It's gonna get interesting here tonight. I don't like the police. And i don't like the police attacking people But if that's what it takes to get conservatives to become anti-cop let's see it. I'm okay with it. I'm not okay with it. But i mean it's it's got to happen. Yeah so we're going to be. They wished they'd voted for me. Your they're saying f the police. I mean hey come on. So we're going to get back to your calls and thoughts. Though i and you can weigh in on this or whatever happens to be undermined. We go to the west coast. Oregon will is on the line with us. Here go ahead. Well take us I just wanna mention my thoughts on what's going on in dc to me. This just kind of seems really bleak And and i would normally welcome what's going on. I would absolutely welcome if Were there storm in dc four like the million of legitimate reasons such as the shutdowns the terrier responses to to this whole covid nineteen eighty-four crap From the the economic issues from from you know the shutdown the government putting so millions of people on unemployment and Giving them scraps of a six hundred dollar check to get by after you know mandating their job close. They did the right thing. This go ahead right right. It's it's i mean they're they're storming it because there there Clown puppet president loss to the other. I don't puppet president and you know i. I think it's just so ridiculous that you know. There's so many legit reasons to be mad at the government's madison of all the brutality. The war on drugs of all the killings and the fleece getting off. Or you know somebody having pot or something like that. It's just so ridiculous And it's not just them to. What's the last two was the democrat. They do the same craft right. I mean the is absolutely dismal in the united states. But that's where we are. And like. I said i think it was on the keen chat earlier. I said well you know they're doing this for all the wrong reasons but it's still fun to watch. I mean they did pick the worst possible reason that they could have to storm. Dc or the capitol building and as we want trump to continue being president. First of all what. Why do you even care who the king is. But beyond that there are plenty of valid reasons. And i think i hope my hope that for what comes out of this is that they realize the legitimate reasons are the same. We've been talking about the police brutality. The world drugs the militarization of police that they're now experiencing probably for the first time in their actual lives so. I'm hoping there is some good to come out of this. I don't think it's bleak. I think a lot of these people are going to be as we talked about earlier. Coming around to the idea that you know the police are not their friends. I think we got a delay with will will ride the yeah. I hope so. I hope people wake up in recognize what's going on. Thanks for the call tonight man. I definitely appreciate hearing from you. like i said you know this is a great time for secession. It's always a good time for secession But it's a good time whenever there's a new election and people are are upset. People are outraged at the other side winning whether the other side quote unquote cheated or not. they probably. there's probably some cheating going on. it's the government i mean. These systems are designed to be cheated. They're designed by cheaters. They're run by cheaters whether you're talking about the left or the right. These people are despicable their scum of the earth politicians and no one should trust them. No one should love them. No one should like them. No one should serve them at restaurants. No one should pay them any attention whatsoever. And i would say the same is true of their enforcers the police and the military as well. Just stop serving them. Just ignore them. Well the problem with them as they have guns and will not be ignored. The politicians won't let you ignore them either. Yes they'll synthesized. Yeah that's true but as we as we saw when you have enough people it's a game changer. That is what matters more than anything else. We need more people to new hampshire. No doubt about it Because we believe made this point earlier this week and that is that the reason why i think the reason why. Our new year's eve party went unmolested while others were attacked. Not in new hampshire but in new york city and los angeles county and elsewhere. The reason why others were attacked because the police have the numbers in those places and they just don't have them here they don't plus they know that messing with us it has never really and it well for them. No there was a hundred hundred ish. Bias there yeah. They know they can go to a party in new york. City busted up ticket. Everybody and probably ninety five ninety nine percent of the people ninety nine point nine percent of them are going to pay the ticket and they're gonna make it go away and the state's gonna get richer whereas if they show up at our party with only like seventy people attending that party and they ticket the whole party then probably sixty out of seventy of them will not pay the ticket and the other ten will probably just forget about it out of seventy will challenge it as not guilty and try to go to court and the other ten will just you know they'll just be too lazy to do in to file anything But they're going to have a real hard time basically with with us not that they're gonna come up against violence when they When they come in but they may be afraid that they will because the fact is having. Guns is a factor. Here in fact somebody made the point in a chat to me during one of the breaks that maybe it wasn't because they some some people are suggesting. Oh well if it was black lives matter they would have been massacred in in. Dc of black lives matter. Halley can't be true because black lives matter or antifa or whatever leftist group. You wanna call it. Set up an autonomous zone in the middle of inch the chaz yeah multiple different cities and they were not slaughtered while seattle was the big one where it went for three weeks. Not only were. They not slaughtered. The police backed the f out and left the area completely in that case but the point that the person made on the chat was. Maybe it's because the The right wingers in dc had guns. Maybe that's one of the reasons why the police kind of stood by stood down in that particular case which would be good for them. I mean we don't need a shootout in the middle of washington dc. Even if most of the bystanders would probably be politicians. It's just not something that we need. Let's go on with your calls and thoughts. We have bad slave calling from new hampshire. You're on free. Talk live within an aria happily from new hampshire. Thank you very much. I am in tact You know just both leaving. That politics is bad that politics has shown to be the failure. you know of of a process to to generate You know healthy society You know i it The limitations were started out with with the idea of only by the consent of the governed. I is is the right answer. People have to withdraw consent and record it and and pass it on and and you know another complaint is. I don't believe that we need to destroy building. Let's talk about that. Hang on bad slave. I want to hear that You know because we don't need to burn down the capitol building. But i want to see at ferndale man. Yeah it warms my heart. It does make some marshmallows man. Skuld wars six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. That's six three two eight three sixty one sixty. If it's your building should you be able to destroy it. It's free talk live frito. 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At first. We got back to bad slave. He had comments on the discussion. We were having earlier about burning down. Government buildings was disappointing to see the protesters though they had taken over the building. did not attempt to destroy it in any way or in any significant manner. I mean they definitely saddened some chairs and maybe took a few souvenirs home But but aside from that it seems i. A window was smashed but beyond that it remained relatively unscathed and slave. You Bad so if you wanted to comment on that go ahead. Well of course. I i you know to me The destruction of a structure is is foolish. There's there's absolutely no upside to it. There is powerful and these buildings origin. Or nothing butts this area. You were saying that You know oh well. We can warm our hands on burning building. Well you know what that building is heated. You could go inside. I can also just add what you said about symbols are. Can you make that point. These buildings they're meant to be symbols that's why they're designed the way. They are what they roman architecture and the columns and the hatch us angels. Yes they are. That's is back everything that symbolically represents is bad. Learn hornet down so when you have a symbol of power and you destroy the symbol of power. That is a powerful statement to make that is. That is a statement saying f this power to destroy about building. A building can be re purposed. You can repurpose it in a way that that grinds the noses of anybody who wants to recreate this bad government will So burn the building down anyway freedom monument and its place no big events that that costs money. You've already got paid building. People will donate for it bad slave. I mean don't put anything there. I don't care just destroyed. The symbol of oppression. Yeah i'd rather see a burning. Burn out husk forever in dc. That'd be going that's why are you doing it. Why aren't we doing it. Because i'm not i don't care enough about dc and to me destruction isn't my path. I'm not interested in that personally. But it warms my heart when i see a you know a government structure a symbol of power. Like that being taken down. I don't think it's the best use of my time to something. Like that. And i also cheer when i see statues being pulled down as well of power sick freaks. Sorry you were saying. I don't think it's a good use of my time to go and burnt down the capitol building and spend the rest of my life in for arson. I don't think that's very good activism for a single individual now if it group of thousands of people had done it they probably wouldn't have actually been charged with these. It'd be hard to determine who decided. They weren't charged with anything when they burn down the police station in minneapolis. But me just going down there. Look at me. I'm gonna burn. No no that's a terrible awful idea property. All the public property in the world is owned by by the people they can. They can repurpose with its owner by the people. Then that means that means it's our property and if you own a thing which we all you said right. This is the idea that we own these things because clearly the people who possess it own it and those are the government gangsters. They have control over these buildings until today when they lost control of those buildings and anything that a criminal gang has that they stole. The you know the money that they stole from people to build these buildings for instance that doesn't legitimately belong to them so even though they have control over it so no nine. Tenths of ownership is control. Right like if you're if you have control over thing you got men with guns standing around it sorta by proxy you. You own that thing. Well you know if you then all of a sudden have a different group of people come in throw them in with guns off that that thing then the different group of people owns that building. And if you do believe this fantasy and thank you for the call. That bad slave is promulgating that we the people own these government buildings. Well if you own a thing you have the ability to destroy the thing you created to destroy the thing that you own. Absolutely if i wanted to go take a hammer to my car right now because it's mine absolutely and it would be you're right yes just like if i really owned the capitol building. I could do the same thing to what they sledgehammer. Let's talk to mark. He's in florida. Mark co hosts. You're on free talk. Live go ahead. Oh my god that is rich you telling Bad slave that he has a fantasy. And you're talking about burning down the capitol building. Oh no we were talking about burning it down and you don't have to stones to do it not you are. I'm wasn't talking about that i would. I would personally do those things. But a part when you're sitting here talking about how warm the cockles of your hard you could just see the capitol building i mean. Are you saying you wanted warm. Your heart voluntary. There's some are you saying. Are you feel good about that. i know i don't want to see the destruction of the capitol building state. I can tell you this that. When i heard about the violence this morning that was occurring. I said i woke up in texas. Somebody who sent me the news. I said well this is pretty. You know politics is violence the threat against your neighbor. Of course people are going to react these. This is the probable almost future of two hundred years of us going back and forth and back and forth. Now it's going to be the red team notes could be the blue team and this is gonna keep on happening and frankly. I don't think america's gonna to be a nicer place anytime soon because i don't think Joe biden have the guts to have the right to have the right personality types. Let's say that in order to create a better nation. But if they did i would cure it. I'd be below you talking about. How could a politician have a personality type. That could do anything to make things any better. This country these people cannot get along. People do not agree and you know biden being a better speaker or being. Somehow you know more personable or kamala harris being more personal ain't gonna do jack diddly to up person i'm not talking about being personal personal what i would say in fact is that i would like to see from a president. That's hey look. The united states federal government has gotten in your business a great deal. We're going to leave the job of governing where it belongs to the states. And y'all can deal with that constitutional role. i understand. No one's proposal. We're gonna happen speaking francis capital. What do you mean neither is burning down the capital. Did you think that a bunch of people were going to break into it today. I'm sure yesterday you thought that would have been impossible but today it happened. The only reason it didn't burn down nobody decided to torch the place so they're lucky that didn't happen. If this were any other place that could very well have happened. There are plenty of other national capitals. That had been lit on fire in the last two decades. So it's not unheard of at all More coming up here. I don't know if mark scott more he can stay. It's free talk. Live july twenty fifth. We adopted april. She's a purebred orange and why britney but once you started scratching like crazy. I said to john gotta be her food. You know what you put into dog is what you get out. We heard this radio commercial and this woman was so excited about dina. no v. I t. e. dot com. 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We invite you if you want to join us you that number six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty six zero three two eight three six one six zero here in the studio. It's ian and aria and you've heard us talking about divvy here on free talk live. It's a crypto currency that makes it super easy to run. A master node anticipated a major recently. So if you haven't updated your declined you ought to go and do that. Go to divvy project dot org. You can learn more about divvy there but running a master node with divvy is the easiest i've ever seen and i've been involved in setting up other master nodes and i actually have to hire somebody in fact every time prior to divvy. I've had hire somebody to send them. Astronaut i just don't have the You know i'm good with computers are just don't you know. I'm not like a lennox admin and you have to have a high level of knowledge to be able to set these things up not with divvy. Anybody can do it. 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When i heard that the capitol building had been penetrated by protesters. And here's the reason. The reason is is because this building the people in that building portray themselves as representatives of the people and we got to see pictures today of these representatives huddled on the floor hiding from the people that they the very full that they proposed to represent which to me is the clearest picture that anyone american needs to these people these liars and thieves and in some cases you know killers and perverts b.'s weirdos society's most successful sociopaths are there representing us well hiding on the floor from us. How could that possibly be. And in fact it can't and we all know it. They're not representative stuff off. They call themselves representatives but they're nothing like that they're criminal gangsters point though mark. Well yeah but we could have seen that and had them burn the building down as far as building. The highest and best use of that building is to leave it as a historical monument to the way that we used to govern. Don't you think bernie get down with the best way of creating that monument. They'll just have the dusk there you can sell the interest destroying the The pyramids of egypt would be a great way to celebrate. Celebrate the freedom that the slaves built those pyramids are a you know wonder of the world. Historical findings are that the pyramids were not built by slaves and that these people are paid built. Them we wait. It wasn't alias. Had to but they were paid right like voluntary whether they got compensation the way the ball in the voluntary things look in the past is really murky compared to us. I'm not gonna comment thirty five hundred bc egypt. I mean neither one of us were there but look making those more than the architects who built the normal looking ugly government buildings in dc. I mean there's no comparison between those two things. What about this mark. If you had seen video footage coming out of venezuela and the The the national assembly building in venezuela or the mansion of Nicholas maduro the dictator president. There had been set on fire. Would you also be sad about that. I certainly would not be sad. No i would probably feel. Smoke would be the way that i would feel feel would feel upset if somebody burned the capitol building in the us. I've been to it has has lots of It's it's it's gorgeous off returned to the pyramid points while well because it also occurred to me. And i think ian you're about to make this point what the pyramids represent today is not oppression and slavery they represent. You know the the majesty of what humans can do when they're tremendously motivated to do something versus the capitol building which is just a symbol of state oppression It may very well be. And that's i think it's important to look at our history of what these things are. I think it's it's important to look at the history of freedom and that the united states you know in all of its Pimple glory right. All of the blemishes that are all over. It is a step in man's path towards freedom independence and self rule right You know these sorts of concepts. And i think that the The the the cap destroying the capitol building for no particular reason other than happy is a reason the reason is to destroy the symbol of pressure right and and they'll have a fricken zoom meeting to talk about their stuff and they'll do whatever they're doing In the absence of whatever nobody braille vulnerable. Yeah you don't understand the the symbol the importance of destroying symbols. But thank you for the call tonight. I appreciate it obviously. It didn't happen this time but maybe next time. Maybe i mean that's what you do if you want to destroy a religion you go after it simple. You corrupt the symbols and you destroy the symbols and when you can you replace them with other symbols or you adopt their symbols into your own religion. We don't want to create a new state religion so we don't want their symbols right. I don't want to take over the building. I want it to go away and never exist again and the ideas that it represents to never come back. This is the reason why people Burned flags because it's easier number one. It's almost as powerful of a statement so given the size of the structure of flag is relatively simple. You can purchase it on your own. You can burn it on your own. In an some places you won't be arrested for it But it's it is a symbol and it does upset a lot of people who have this religious connection to whatever is on that flag. Now what flag you choose will determine who gets offended. You know pretty much any flag out there. You're going to offend somebody who's paying attention. Which is why. I was interesting a few years ago. Here in keene new hampshire when an activist in arco jesse downtown. Keene burned three flags he burned. I believe it was the state of new hampshire the united states and the un flag in succession which was interesting. Twist on On flag burn and curiously even though some people were upset no one tried to start a fight with him which was nice and one arrested him. Well let's new hampshire. Said there was a decent chance. He was armed. Yes that's true as with the people standing around also true so if you want to join the show you can three two eight three sixty one sixty Any other comments on what went down today. In in dc not really. I hope that you know these people ultimately learned that the cops are not their friends because you know they are the ones who have been like. Oh thank you for your service or thank you officer as they're getting arrested but today that's not what they experienced they did ultimately obey the police. It seems when the police said hey. You have to get out of this building. That's true although trump himself did call for people to leave. Which actually is the the other thing i wanted to talk about. So trump put a video out today where he basically asked people to you. Know go away go home etcetera and this was a show of force for trump. This was him letting all of the other politicians know that. Hey i could have pushed this a lot. Further by one or two he called for these protests. Now you didn't specifically call for people to go inside asked these people to burn down the capitol building. They would do it. That's a good point. So he posted on twitter to tweets within the last few hours and they have been removed. Which is the first time in his presidency from what i understand. That twitter has actually deleted trump's tweets on new. They made a few of them where you couldn't interact with them. That was what they did. I so one of them posted at about five. Oh one day he wrote. 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Right now in the very same room that protesters had occupied. Just what three four hours ago or something like that they're back. They're doing the electoral college count. They're moving ahead with their government gangster. Marcus right they had burned down the building. Sure they would have been onsumer tonight or whatever or some underground bunker doing this crap anyway but it would have. It would have given us more hope for the future. The hey we burned down. This one will burn the white house to. We'll keep burning them down until you finally get message. Yeah go go home will burn your homes down as well now again. I'm not saying i wouldn't go that far. Well you know what if they're going to kill you and your family members and destroy your livelihood. I mean i gotta. I gotta say it wouldn't wouldn't shed any tears. If christie news house burned down. i wouldn't shed any tears. I'm not saying you should do it. I'm not saying that. I would do it but this shed. Any tears of his house burned down of an electrical shortage or something. But i would be kinda sad if somebody went and burned down his house. Would you know good. I mean i feel bad for his. His wife has an immoral and deceitful as he is as much of a thug goon. He's still a human being the way. The governor of new hampshire. Yeah he is a human being but when you take a position of power over other humans lives and you destroy those. Humans lives then. I'm sorry you don't have the same rights as another human being does at that point you have surrendered your rights like when you attack if you were to attack me right you would have surrendered your right to life at that point. Sure because i would then have the right to take your life from you. If i believed that my life was in jeopardy by attacking me right so when you as a government goon attack people and destroyed their lives. You have surrendered your right to have a home sure. I'm not saying that it would be immoral for someone. To burn his house down. There would be morally right to do that. It's not a good idea to do it and please no one do it. But i was still be sad that a human being had their home burned down. He's lucky i'd be sad about his kids. I'd be sad about his wife but not him. I really wouldn't. He's a thug. I tried to have sympathy for everyone even evil people. Well i can have sympathy right like. I'm sorry that you're such a thug. So i'm sorry that you've decided to destroy people apologizing to your girlfriend by saying look. I'm sorry you've got angry. Yeah exactly But i just. I don't feel bad for anything bad. That happens to these politicians. Look i believe this. I believe in it but as long as these thugs are going out like if chris. New governor of new hampshire tomorrow said. I'm i'm sorry. I don't know what i was thinking. I forgot i forgot all about a stroke for twenty five years. I forgot all about live for your die. I thought it meant something. And then i just got a. I got taken over by the the attractive power that had imbued me and i just felt like i needed to tell everybody what to do and i'm sorry i'd be like okay. I forgive you know instantly. Forgive him and that would be an amazing development in yemen history and i don't require someone asking for forgiveness in order to give it. I don't have to stop doing freshen. Yeah they do have to stop and he's not stopping and in fact just recently. What was it is twitter. I gotta i gotta pull up. This guy's twitter this ridiculous man For those that don't know there have been protests that have been happening outside of. I've been calling him names. A wine eat little curl all day long on twitter right sununu. The governor here had a protester arrested. We spoke with him last night. We spoke to the guy that was arrested savage truth six. Oh three on youtube. And i mean. My car was penalized. I had people literally trespass onto my property as stole my stuff. And i received death threats and i never called the political head. Go of rest. This person right. Quit being a bitch sununu. He is being a little bitch and and so this morning. I guess or earlier today or whenever. It was on his at governor chris new profile. Here's what he wrote this morning. Here's a good metric for everyone when they wake up each morning if the day ends in why social distance where amass oh jesus days and do everything you can to stay. There are no days off for the safety of our community and to keep our economy open. We simply cannot let up now. So i mean this guy is anything but live for your die. Oh absolutely is the antithesis of it. He's a total politician. Total scumbag and he deserves all the negative attention That he gets and he's lucky someone hasn't burned his house down. And i don't know what it's going to take For these politicians to get the message that we don't want them around we don't want them telling us what to do and more well they don't but they won't let us just ignore them they won't i mean and that's not right. Look if you want to obey soon. All of his stupid mandates. You're going to have a kink fine. But just let me peacefully coexist alongside you ignoring these lunatics. He won't even let people have a simple candlelight vigil outside of his home now maybe he was worried. The candles were gonna burn his house but they weren't real candles. Electric ones regardless candlelight. Vigils are not known for for getting out of control generally among the most peaceful of protests incredibly peaceful. So if you want to join us here six. Oh three two eight three sixty one sixty and i got to say. I love the The free state project. I don't know who the free state project has running their twitter but they are really entertaining. Okay you need a good troll running your official twitter house for sure your whoever they are is they are like on it. So they responded to chris anew by posting a video from coren keen from our new year's eve party and their responses. Sorry to have missed you on new year's eve but we were thinking of you and it's the twenty second video of schuyler the guy we had on last night. Have you seen his video. it's hilarious. I can't play it on the air. Because it's it's got profanity in it. But i'm can speculate. Who's running the fsp twitter though. I i mean. I don't know if we should say it out loud. I have no idea but it it shows like the whole party does a really great his best video. The party i've seen yet because it's short it's easily sharable. And he just kind of like pans the camera and kinda shows the party and he's doing like a selfie at the same time and then he brings the camera and he goes. Yeah i remember those guys. Hey sooner new few or something like that and it's just it's really great. It's really like in your face. I have seen that. Yeah yeah so that was. That was the official free state project. Twitter account response to what sununu had said this morning fan so kuno kudos to whoever it is. It's running that account. That's awesome news and by the way the free state project Is now one month away from. Its full five year window. It has been as of february six. That will have been five full years. Sense of free state project reached twenty thousand. Signers of people libertarian types. Who've said they would move to new hampshire now sadly we haven't seen Even a quarter of those people move to new hampshire because well everybody's got their reasons but nonetheless start signing two thousand seven or something. Okay so i mean. Look if i had signed something in two thousand one that i was going to move somewhere within the next five years. He wouldn't have been able to count on that. Yeah yeah i mean. It was only completed in two thousand fifteen. They finally got fourteen years later. They finally hit the signature numbers. I imagine a lot of those people had just some of them died. Yeah i mean most of probably didn't but their lives. They bought a mortgage. God ever i can tell you this. I called when i was living in florida. Because that's where i'm from prior to moving here They had these things called free. State project local groups and i wanted to organize one of those because the idea was you could kind of get together with the people in your area in meet the people that might be your neighbors when you all ended up moving to new hampshire so i created one of these groups and i got in touch with free state project and if you created one of these groups you would get the database of their signers but only from your county and adjacent counties. Okay so i got all those names and this was two thousand four or two thousand and five so like three or four years only like three years. After and i called every person i tried to get in touch with every person on that list. Most of them phone. Number's disconnected mails not responsive of the people who i did get in touch with many of whom did not even remember signing up for the free state project so three years in the list was like pretty weak so twenty years twenty years later. I think it's actually pretty good that we've seen a tenth of the people because over two thousand people have moved. I think it's closer to like. Maybe three now. I haven't seen the exact numbers of people who aren't actually at the free state project. That's right right. And that's the thing it's hard captain kick ass as another example of somebody who is not a free stater but moved here anyway and is a great activist. Liberty just tends to sort of attract people here so people have that mindset one way or another they end up finding out about new hampshire. I didn't even know about the free state project. First time. I came a lot of people. Don't and we're getting a lot of people who are coming up to check things out today. Who were hearing about the new hampshire migration from the freedom cells. They don't know anything about the free state project. They just know that people are moving to new hampshire. People are looking right now. Had a lady reach out to me from buffalo new york looking for looking to move. She never even been here before she didn't know anything about The free state project is at first people. Well i mean if you want to get out of place you should get out through We're coming up here. It's free talk live. We have some good news. The indictments against roy celebrate in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross. Engaged in murder for hire was a serious allegation at roles. Oberg denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court. The fact that the judge used these allegations to give her all say coney sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is ross is only hope of freedom. Sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free raw dot org. 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Am them transitioning to mostly cloudy skies for the rest of the day high near forty tonight mostly cloudy skies some dense fog in select areas low near thirty expect. Cloudy skies fueled thursday with some windy conditions as high as ten to fifteen miles per hour. Kyw around in mid thirties. That's the latest from your weather center. You can find out more on the weather on our website at half newsfeed dot com has now crashed through one trillion. Dollars market cap stephanie. Getting the government's attention congratulations. This is huge. It's a big deal. I mean just several days ago had busted through seven hundred billion dollars in the previous high was like seven hundred change billion so it. It destroyed the old twenty seventeen market cap nachman. We're not just talking about bitcoin. We're talking about all of this. Sort of noteworthy crypto currencies combined. Who don't know what that means. That means more than one trillion dollars. Fiat currencies have been put into crypto currency correct. The value has left the fiat and gone into cryptocurrency and it also means that bitcoin itself is. Let's see what the current number on. bitcoin is. The last i saw it is the ninth largest asset in the world including things like microsoft and alphabet inc. Who of course owns google and youtube. It's still hasn't beaten those but it's getting closer with six hundred eighty six point five billion dollars in market cap on. That's just the value of bitcoin. The total number of bitcoin times the cost of one bitcoin. That's where you get that that number from who's that guy who's really anti bitcoin. Own see investment hedge fund. Think i mean. I know there are several schiff. Yes that's it. Bitcoin is worth more than his company has up today more. What peter shifts company. I believe it's another one. I doubt it's publicly traded. So you probably aren't going to know what his company's worth but bitcoin is worth more edges pulled up here according to so coin geckos where. I'm getting the bitcoin number from its six hundred and eighty six billion that puts bitcoin at higher than tesla. That is now bitcoin's now the number six ranked come. I mean it's not a company but it okay so maybe her six not nine. That i was thinking well. It was nine at some point. Yeah sure like within the last two weeks it was at number eleven and nine and eight. So it's it's defeated visa at number eight berkshire hathaway at number seven the less it. That was the last time we talked about. It was defeated berkshire hathaway. That's the company that's owned by one of these notoriously. Anti bitcoin people. Oh i think berkshire hathaway's warren buffett. Maybe that's that's. I could be wrong about that if you wanna call in sick so three to eight hundred sixty one sixty but so it had most recently beaten berkshire-hathaway now it has jumped up and beaten tesla number six so next walmart facebook. No walmart's already been taken down. Walmart was down the list number ten. Okay so facebook has facebook is next now. Bitcoin is going to have to add another hundred billion dollars to its market cap but that could be like three more days. That's right yeah so alpha kidding man we smash. We were at thirty three thousand twenty four hours ago and it's already thirty seven thirty-seven the next night. They gotta jump up a little bit more to nail facebook and then a lot more to take down google which is known as alphabet inc. They gotta go up to over a billion. Sorry over a trill trill. Bitcoin itself would have to be one point one trillion as like goo roughly seven hundred now seven hundred white. It's almost there though eighty five. Yeah yeah i would go ahead and call that. Basically one hundred billion it could be seven hundred billion by the time we finished the show. Salena wild you're already. Yeah let's go to jeff in iowa. Jeff you're on free talk live. Go ahead aibo cts. I was wondering here with all of the stuff going on at the capital and just the whole kobe thing in general with relation to the non aggression principle. And this is just something. I've been thinking about and i just kinda really wanted your opinions on it. At what point are we justified in. Force being used to stop all of these aggressions and russian. I mean the thing that we all agree on like taxation an example of what you mean by force dealing when you say four cities i would go full-scale ample i guess would be what for in my case. The first thing that pops to my head is just. Let's say. I'm i'm getting paid off a payroll like an independent contractors on filing my own taxes at the end of the year Let's just say. I don't that's my line in the sand. And then of course letters come. Somebody shows up from the irs. At that point because it's theft. Sure i mean my justified in slamming the door in their face further than that. You know what i mean. Yeah it depends on the perspective that you're looking at it your morally justified to shoot that person. Who's coming to your house in order to rob you. You would be morally justified in combing shooting the people at the irs just because they attempted to steal from you habitually however morality is at the only thing at issue here. It's a bad idea. It's it's throwing away of your life which is bad strategy. You're going to end up in prison or executed yet and this is. This is an issue. That it's i'm glad you brought this up because it's been being discussed in the chat room recently on our matrix server you can go to chat dot dot. Fm where people are upset at me for not more viciously opposing our co host. Nobody who is frequently calling for violence now on the air here on free talk live and it's just like he calls for it so often that i'm not going to stop the show in the middle of another topic to interrupt him and argue with him for ten minutes straight about it and the fact is there's not much i can say because it is morally justified. But i agree with you aria. That it's a really bad plan now. Personally my moral say that violence begets violence. And so that even though you're justified it may be one about idea because you might die to about idea because people won't understand it and they'll get mad at you in the it'll be an excuse for the government to get larger. These are some of the practical reasons not to do it but for me it's like you could become the thing that you hate if you go towards the the realm of violence so even though it is justified to me. It's immoral thing to do in that. I don't want to be that person. I don't want to be violent even though it's in south africa. I don't want him blow my hands self defense or not so but you know that's that's only just my sort of religious perspective on it. It's not a real argument that anyone else can take seriously unless they have the same religious beliefs that i do so i am not as persuasive. I don't think on that point right. And that's kind of where i landed And the reason that this is even an issue for me because of that huge gray area. I like logical consistency. Drives me absolutely batty. I don't think it's a gray area. You are morally right tissue police. Well it's just not a good idea okay from from you're absolutely like especially from a legal perspective obviously absolutely from a little more normative perspective. I don't know it just seems like something that we as a community aren't really drug alling to talk about in a in a useful manner. I mean 'cause i run across. Can you clarify that. Take my moral cues from wider society. If i did i would be a sociopath praising the government no no no no absolutely neither do i but we all of course live in a society and as you pointed out like if i were to well society. We're sorry that these society the i live in is the shire society and it has sworn off aggressive. Sure and and i don't mean like smoke. I mean just kind of like the larger perspective the way the goofy news media will spin things. I guess what i mean is that no. There's not a gray area morally. I agree with that but it seems like societally because of the different beliefs that we have the different programming. Nick we all have and all that kind of jazz. It doesn't seem like will ever really find common ground on. And so that's kind of where i'm left in this grey area because it's morally acceptable me do so but i- to don't want to end up in prison or reason i don't do it. I mean the reason i don't do. It is not because prison is a possibility. Because odds are actually gonna end up dead not in prison. They're going to execute you as soon as they find you on the spot though claiming out a gun or plant a gun on you or whatever they need to get rid of you but to me. It's just a it's a question of. I just don't want to be that person. I don't want to sort of lower myself to their level and use violence as my tool to to change things. Because i don't think that that good things come from that in the moment are better ways of destroying the the state through beila is in the moment you might take down the existing power structure but one's going to be right back up if you're using violence as your tool. That's what i believe in. Thank you jeff for your call tonight. I would say the best thing you can do is get together with other people here in new hampshire more coming up scratching and hair that she's going must be allergic to chicken and he drain set things. Somebody should i n. o. v. i t. e. dot com. You took stop itchy. 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This is liberty radio network at l. Rn dot fm free. Talk live inviting you to join us here. Six three two eight three sixty one sixty the number six zero three two eight three six one six zero in the studio with you tonight. You've got ian and don't forget to join us in real life coming up here in six months thereabouts going to be at fort fast. Twenty twenty one and it will be at the same place that every fourth fest has been rogers campground. It's a beautiful location. This is the fifth annual forecast. It's a decentralized libertarian camping festival. And what does it mean to be. Decentralized me means no one that's in charge that's right no board of directors no You know organizers. There is the campground so they have some rules. Sure but it's pretty loose lists rule and they're really hands off mean as long as you don't trash down there they're gonna leave us and onto that. That would be awful. Don't be that person but we had a great time. This past year was a great fork fest even though in most places. You couldn't have a party. you couldn't have a get together. We did it and the state did nothing about it. And i expect we will have the same success coming up in two thousand twenty one so join us at campground. It's definitely not too late. Get your campsite. Reserve your rv site or your motel room. Whatever your preference. There are different options there at rogers campgrounds. Such beautiful location. Right there in the white mountains of new hampshire surrounded by what may be as many as you know a couple of hundred maybe more. We don't know we don't have any tickets tickets to sell so we have no idea how many people come to this things just have to eyeball it to get an idea for how many people are there and i would say we had you know hundred or two this year. Something like that. Maybe two hundred. I know how many plus toward the end the normal people the non. Libertarians came in for the fourth of july things. Technically they were at pork fest. They just didn't they didn't know it. They didn't mean to be didn't seem to object. Though now some people thought it was pretty cool actually when they found out what was going on so go to fork fessed up party. You can learn more about the event there at the decentralized camping festival that means your in charge of what happens. You decide what to do if you wanna put a thing on like a concert or you know poker game or a play. I don't know whatever you want to put on there. You can do it. You just gotta get the word out to people and let him know you're there. Let him know what you're doing and people will likely show up fork fast dot party. Oh by the way. I didn't tell you the dates. June twenty eighth through july fourth. So mark your calendar now and better yet just contact rogers campground and reserve those dates. June twenty eighth through july fourth will look forward to seeing you there and we continue with the news one trillion dollar market cap for crypto currencies. It's happened it happened. I believe earlier today. It's actually one thousand twenty you know. There's there's it's it's just going up it it continues to go up. It is amazing. What's happening with crypto currency. But some people are still saying. Watch out our and you've got a story from where. Cnbc was it got. I'm so many groups no the motley fool Okay at full dot com. Sean williams writes it says last year certainly qualifies. As one of the most volatile stock market history investors navigate their way through the widely followed s and p five hundred losing over a third of its value. In about a month they also enjoyed about back rally for the ages with the s. and p. five hundred hitting new highs less than five months after finding a bottom on march twenty third. This was after a bunch of government. Money printing yes and bailouts. If there's one figure that stands out above all else at ten percent of the roughly thirty seven hundred stocks with a market cap of at least three hundred million blah blah blah. Okay goes on with some really boring crap for minute. There's no question that select equities and assets got ahead of themselves over the trailing nine months since the stock market bottomed however one investment looks to be the most dangerous of all that investment which i strongly believe should be avoided at all costs. Twenty twenty one is crypto currency bitcoin. This investment is nothing but trouble boy trouble for the people who bought the last decade meaning every single one of them who has had the price go up every one of them every single one. Yes if you bought bitcoin in the last ever and you kept it and you held onto it. You've seen it appreciate. The largest digital token in the world by market cap. Hit an early morning high on january. The third all this so quaint of thirty four thousand dollars. Now it's thirty seven for some for some context. Bitcoin had doubled since november. Twenty third is up two hundred percent since mid october and has risen three hundred and sixty three percent over the trailing twelve month period. Bitcoin implied market cap of six hundred and twenty eight billion. Now accounts for nearly seventy three percent of all of the value. He really likes his numbers. Why is bitcoin. Rallying search any number of social media platforms. You'll get no shortage of responses. From enthusiasts bitcoin bulls office suggested its competitive edge community consensus and game changing potential to transform payment processing made this rally easy to predict and indeed i think every crypto currency advocate did predict that the value of bitcoin was going to go up in twenty twenty and it did not to the extent that john mcafee was hoping for though. Not yet as for me. I don't if just a little late. I think on his prediction i i think so too. And he's definitely going to be late on following through on his bet is never going to do it even if he wasn't wouldn't do it as for me. I don't believe. Bitcoin is unique in any way. For being one of the preferred investment mediums on crypto currency exchange are okay so when he says unique is he comparing bitcoin. Two other crypto currencies. Or is he comparing bitcoin to other investments. It's unclear at this point. I think he's referring to it. Just all other investments key means as well because he couldn't be knowledgeable enough to know how bitcoin different from the other. Critics like you should be investing in bitcoin. Cash or minero instead. No he's not saying that if investors want to buy a less popular token no usually need to exchange their fiat currency to bitcoin first before making their purchase. That's not entirely true now. Not with stable coins like us dt and others on by every major exchange out there has a whole bunch of different stable coin trading pairs. And if you if you really need to buy an obscure. Kind of unknown crypto currency. Like i dunno divvy or hush something reach out to the developers and you'll still have a way to by without buying it with bitcoin but below is a growing list of reasons. I believe bitcoin is the most dangerous investment of twenty twenty one. The concept of scary scarcity has been pulled out of thin air. Hold on is this reason number one. This is or how many reasons he got is our number east. Okay three numbers. But it's only about three okay so i definitely want to hear these reasons because you know we've heard we've heard it all. He actually has reasons. I would like to hear them as well. Let's get into it. Bitcoin bulls off point to so-called cap of twenty. One million tokens as proof of its scarcity. Simple economics tells us that if demand for a good exceed supply and supply is limited. The price of that good will rise. Yes and we've seen that happening. That's exactly what's happening. You see we're not talking about a physical could being in limited supply. Bitcoin token cap is nothing more than an arbitrary figure plucked from thin air which is equally true of the cap on the us d. the national debt. But there is no cap on that. He doesn't seem to get into yeah. They did officially remove it. Didn't they. I don't think trevor was one well. There wasn't a real one tips right. They've had spending caps as far as and they always raise the spending caps. But there's no yeah. Yeah there's no there's no limit to physical gold is considered scarce because we can't make any more gold than what can be found found and mind on planet earth which is also not true that the article just came out today about an asteroid that was we had more gold than all of the code on earth. That's not the case with bitcoin. Community consensus could lead to an increase in the token limit. The chance of this happening might be small but it's not zero percent. In fact i think is probably going to happen. That's one of the best objections. Okay i i gotta get this guy credit. I've i've thought this could happen in the future if these bitcoin programmers and we've seen these bitcoin mining rewards to just go away. I mean the miners are the ones who determine the future of the blockchain if they can continue getting those rewards i fully expect a catholic increase now to be fair. The mining awards aren't going to go away until probably one hundred years from now given the the way it's supposed to taper off over time but we'll talk more about the The risks here of bitcoin and is twenty one million. The actual limit more coming up maxwell runaway into rescue position about nine years ago. He's scratching a lot and he started losing some. That must be allergic to the chicken. 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You know if you're going to their money at risk you know there's a chance you could lose it and you could lose it all and you could lose it. All on bitcoin eight zero. It could go down dramatically whether it go to zero seems unlikely to go to zero it. Impossible though right. It's within the realm of possibility. It's just sort of on the really difficult to ever happen. I mean it would take a supernova or a worldwide electromagnetic pulse. It just wiped out every single computer to make it go two zero but that would just mean you couldn't use it at the moment. Well it would. I presume such a thing. Would you know white ball with the hard drives. That are storing this stuff. Oh except a lot of them are probably going to be solid state. So you wouldn't get them with as long as you can power the computers back up and get the internet back online. Bitcoin will still be there. And you can restore entire bitcoin network from just one one note. Now you wanna have more than one because that person could edit the blockchain and then true but but in theory. One person could rebuild the entire bitcoin network. Yeah if the data is still out there power comes back on. Internet comes back to queens back So it's pretty hard to kill. Which is one of the reasons why it's worth something because the you know exists. Decentralized it's in thousands of locations all around the planet that the blockchain which is the The decentralized ledger that is duplicated. All around the planet the internet in order to kill bitcoin. But then as soon as somebody puts an intranet on or you know a local area network or whatever we've seen stories of people using ham radios to to transmit bitcoin sherman person to another. It's extremely complicated. But at the same thing just hand you. My private keys isn't right your bitcoin. So we're sharing the story from. Where was it again The motley fool motley fool and this guy is saying that he's got some objections to bitcoin. One of them is that the programmers could and this is a good objection. We need to address it The objection of will what if the programmers raise the limit because right now the limits at twenty one million bitcoin is about eighteen and a half million of them that have already been mined into existence every ten minutes. There's another six point two five that our mind into existence in a couple few years. There's going to that. Number is going to cut in half two to three point one to five and then a few years later it'll cut in half again and it will cut in half so over time. The mount of coins that are released every ten minutes or so is is half-and-half in half so it goes down down down down and so that's why i say it's going to take from here until one hundred years from now until we finally get to the point where it runs out or whatever it gets to its maximum to get get to that point because you think they're going to raise the number because by then they're going to be getting more from transaction fees than they are from mining and i just don't they'll either tried to move it to proof stake network Or they will just praised kept so they can continue getting some sort of mining rewards. The i don't even think he's gonna last that long. I mean bitcoin makes it another hundred years. I mean i see that happening in like fifteen to twenty years once it gets to light one. Bitcoin s a reward. It's just won't be profitable for them. There will i. We have to do something to get more bitcoin to make this worth to us. We're going to stop mining. You think bitcoin will still be on top and fifteen years saying they might be. That's like saying the model t is gonna still be the number one car three generations later or whatever and i don't know i'm not predicting that's what's going to happen but if that's how things play out i fully expect the miners to to demand the increase so that they can continue getting a mining reward. Well the minor still get fees. Even if there's not a mining negligible compared to these six point. Two five bitcoin. They receive as the reward. Yeah there's no doubt about fees we'll have to either go up substantially and they probably will because might as well. Hey no we're we're just not processing your stuff because it's not worth it to us anymore so you have to pay this third of a bitcoin fee. If you want us to process this transaction at all or they'll just raise the cap. Well here's the thing there's also this thing called a chain split that can happen in programmers. Say we're going to double. Let's say they double the cap from twenty one million to forty two million. Oh god that would be devastating If they do something like that then the people get to decide the users the minors they get to decide whether they want to go with that version of bitcoin or keep on the original path sure bitcoin cash and bitcoin s v and a bunch of others. So that's that's where we would see. It'd be an interesting question. Would the marketplace want to go If indeed that question comes comes up it comes about so far. That hasn't happened but he is right. That is a legitimate concern. there's also minimal utility. you'll also hear about bitcoin being the future of global payments again. This isn't entirely accurate or possible. While the number of businesses accepting bitcoin s payment is climbing the actual percentage of businesses willing to accept. Bitcoin is tiny only around twenty three hundred businesses accept. Bitcoin is payment. But there's about thirty two point five million businesses in the us but if even if you just count the businesses to have at least one employee that's only two thousand and three hundred out of seven point seven million companies accepting bitcoin. Yeah that's it's the numbers as low as twenty three hundred on a where he gets that from. But that's not going to blow the doors off of anything no doubt about it but also we're still early on in this. We are very early on in the end. To and his best point there is that it is not a good currency it was it was it was because once for bitcoin are at odds. With what the miners went for bitcoin. They want more profit on. It's not the miners that are doing this. It's the programmer's the programmers are the one screwing reminders of the ones who you know. They decide what they want in the program even if they don't put it there themselves if they're like hey. We're going to make more money this way. Let's do it. Maybe i mean but but if that were the case then everyone would mind. Bitcoin and they don't take like multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars to get into bitcoin mining. Probably not i mean you can get into it. You just won't you won't do particularly well. It's it's a difficult thing to get into it just because you have to buy equipment upfront and it's expensive but it's not ended up howard draw of it as a power just how is expensive but anyway going plus and this is where he contradicts. Has i point. Approximately forty percent of bitcoin tokens are held by investors and kept out of circulation which creates more scarcity. That he says doesn't exist. That leaves about eleven point two million bitcoin for transactions. The value of these tokens is close to three hundred. Eighty million dollars in two thousand and nineteen global gross domestic product totaled one hundred and forty two trillion. Bitcoin has no path to game changing utility. Hold on one. Hundred and forty two trillion was the gdp of the us of the world of the world. Okay well crypto just past a trillion dollars and it's only ten years old. He's off base. Yeah i mean that's that's incredible a trillion dollars in value years. That is incredible. I mean no. No company is a very very few companies on the planet could accomplish something like that. It's incredible and by the yeah. None of them have. There are no trillion dollar companies. there are In fact that list that we were going through earlier the of the us remember. We can only look at publicly traded companies. So we can't look. We don't know what the private ones are. We don't know what their balance sheets are for instance but the market cap of apple is currently two point two trillion frilly. Okay i stand collector. Soft one point six trillion amazon one point six trillion alphabet was google. One point one trillion. Wow that's just the united states that doesn't include their companies that need to be burned down. Well i mean. I don't agree with burning down private property. Are we talked. We talked about this before and You know my position as they could not have gotten to the point of being trillionaires without utilizing the state in order to amass that level of wealth. It's true but i mean i might need to order something from amazon. I know i still order amazon. Dot they're burning them down. I'm just saying runs off. Google what am i gonna do. There's a certain level where a company like a an almost literal tracking that needs to be slain and their their massive hoards of gold dispersed. It won't matter no it won't it won't matter because we can just ignore them or leave them be they don't they. Don't threaten our us with violence. Even though they do use the government to to get their way you know you can still choose to not use their product. 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And i've i've caught this happening several times and is tied to what i was calling about. Is that At the usually at the end when when the last case has been dispensed of for a given session then the banter begins between the judge and the judge's assistant and the da and private attorneys there in the courtroom and they say some interesting things. One time for instance. The last time. I was in the courtroom of judge. Kristine rodriguez in the metro court in albuquerque new mexico When she had concluded her business and i was still on the line the soon as they went off the record one there was a female in the room which presumed to be one of her assistants. But i'm not positive who it was said to her. Oh and i have some good news and the judge quickly shushed her. 'cause the judge knew that i was still on the line and made some sort of non verbal gesture to her by what it sounded like and then and then the line went dead. Oh i'm sorry before that the the The judge apparently gestured to the phone line. And the assistant said Oh okay yeah yeah okay. Well i'll Should i email it to you instead. And so whatever. They were secretly talking about That that's how that went down. And that's More notable because that same judge kristine rodriguez in albuquerque. What she is one of the. I noted three judges yesterday To female one male and both of the females told me repeatedly to shut up whereas the male listen to me victor valdez and interestingly. I have a hearing on friday. Which is why impounding this now. Because this is probably going to be the last hearing that i have unless they want to continue to fight but they've surrendered three out of four so far but so The hearing that was coming on. Friday was supposed to be in front of christine rodriguez but she The mystery recusals. I referred to She mysteriously recused herself from hearing my case and i don't know why she recused herself but i'll try to find out But that was explained when when a judge a robed person recused themselves are. They obligated to explain the reasons. I don't. I don't know but i'm gonna ask. That'll be when. When i do my routine thing of objecting moment one in a court hearing which i'll do on friday i will ask why that Christine rodriguez recused yourself so david. I'd be curious about this as you mentioned it last night. You talk about the very first thing you do inside of a courtroom or inside one of these digital mockeries of courtrooms. Is you raise an objection so you start the call you go i object. Yeah say junction and then i immediately begin explaining my objection because you need to do that and and then the judge either tells you to shut up or allows you to continue. Yeah can you provide me with an example The last one for instance and there there's infinite number but the last times i've been objecting i said you know objection and then continuing i would say. I've been my my own attorneys. Denying me my right to assist in my own defense and also is in violation of court rules and bar regulations requiring her to communicate with me. You know in a professional manner. And she's not doing that. So i am in effect unrepresented here. Even though there's a court order saying that i am to be represented. So that was that objection okay. He's just got enough to complain about wherever whenever he shows up. There's always some new violation that shared object to. Yeah they they constant see they. They can't follow their own rules so and they don't have to write. But gary no serious. I'm curious david have you. Have you looked the rules there. In new New mexico because here in new hampshire district court rule number one one point one. I believe it is is that the judge can waive the rules at any time in the so-called interests of justice. No joke that's the actual rule. Right i have not seen that rule but we did have that rule here. I would object to that rule and it would be at issue for appeal. I mean that'd be an that would be interesting david. Good luck out there. Thanks for the call. It's nice to hear from people that you know a thing or two about core. They've got the experience because court is like a mystery for a lot of people. It is intended as a bizarre yeah. It's an anchalee obtuse. It's intentionally difficult. It's confusing. They don't want you to know what they're doing. They're the professionals. They know what they're doing. They're there every day doing it. They got plenty of practice. You know when you're on the court in a basketball game if you don't have practice you can't even dribble the ball if you're gonna harrison yeah if you're in the court of government same thing's true. You are just completely incapable of doing anything. if you don't have experience. Yeah and they wanted to be up to confusing. Because i'd only serves them erect. It only helps them if they say that they can find you for some arbitrary thing that they been on the spot and if people go along with it just like cops makeup finds on the spot and make up rules on the spot and none of them are ever punished for it and they're allowed to do it and no one ever questions it or challenges it because it's a daunting task to even begin to know how to challenge one of these things right. I mean i have been to court a number of times. I'm somewhat familiar with some of the basics. But i've never actually sat down and read the rules and again. What does it matter anyway because they can waive the rules at any time so it doesn't matter thing is they'll do anything they want to. You know that's just the reality of it and there's really no way to stop them at least except for numbers numbers raw numbers. That's how you stop. In fact it turns everything around. It changes everything so we talked about the parties and how we had a party here. Any issue with it on new year's eve compared to say new york city or or los angeles 'cause we have greater numbers at the party than they had cops. That could do anything about it. Same thing's true and this on a relatively busy highway very busy. Yeah there definitely cops that were in the in the vicinity driving by multiple times but but ina courtroom numbers. Change everything to so so normally. If you're in a court advice quiet whisper you ever notice that. Yeah because are always respectful. Just like church. it's exactly like they've got pews. There's a man in a robe. There's people that'll do everything. The man in the robe says that you know there's symbolism everywhere apps titles of it and hymns pledges chats yep and so you go into court but if you go in with fifty people so good time and then all of a sudden the whispers. Become normal talking. You'll hear last year part of the state religion. You don't respect their act direct. People cracking jokes. People are laughing. And i don't mean in the courtroom but i do mean in the courtroom before the judge comes in when the judge comes in people. Don't get you know as rambunctious because they know this man is a psychopath. And he will order men with guns to throw you in jail cell if jesse well if you speak out of turn so people tend to calm down a little bit but that said you can pull up a video archive of i think one of the best ones has got to be a dame oh From cop block of freeman. Who was facing some charges misdemeanor. Actually they were felony wiretapping charges. They were wrongfully charged felonies. But that's what he was facing And there were probably dozens of people may be upwards of fifty people in that audience there and when the bureaucrats were on the stand and telling lies and being stupid and being ridiculous they were being laughed at by the audience. Awesome and there were so many people laughing. The judge couldn't control it. The judge couldn't control the courtroom was jury trial. Yes we're even the tourists laughing. I don't recall okay. Good questions that would be a great way to win of ridge. Uri and you can't video record the jury during a even though you're according to hearing you can't report the jury it makes sense reactions but that's one example and another one is it is Here in kenya where the judge stopped saying or the bailiff stopped saying all rise because there were enough people in the courtroom who refusing to do it and they didn't want the other people in the courtroom to see people refusing to do it so they stopped. 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Forty one yards twenty touchdowns on one hundred and five receptions. He also scored rushing and as a punt returner totaling twenty two touchdowns so very well deserving heisman trophy winner devante smith also some news out of the nfl and the hall of fame fifteen players. Now one step closer to canton. Ohio an nfl gold jacket. The modern era finalists for the pro football hall of fame or announced as the halls selection committee narrowed the list of twenty five semifinalists. That were announced back in november to the fifteen finalists for these players are getting the nod a finalist in their first year of eligibility and they all looked like they'll probably get in quarterback peyton manning no doubt about that one wide receiver calvin johnson defensive back charles woodson and also defensive end jared allen and between four and eight new members will be selected. We're going to be kicking things off talking a little baseball. You know this name bobby valentine. 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He played ten seasons in the major leagues. With the dodgers. The angels padres mets and mariners also managed in the majors with the rangers. The mets and the red sox and he also managed in japan and won the japan series championship with a lot of marines first. Bobby tell me a little bit about growing up in stanford connecticut well. I tried to do that. Actually i'm still growing up here in stanford connecticut tried to say the truth but Yeah i i was very fortunate you know i was a third generation Young italian who lives in talian neighborhood in stanford connecticut and You know walk to school every day during elementary school and and had a very integrated elementary school junior high school and high school. Which was a great blessing to me. You know. I played thirty played sports when i was about eight years old because my dad was a A little league coach and he put me in when kids show up and they got to play in stanford through high school and babe ruth lee and and A little league all and Also ended up playing football in high school and Was lucky enough to go to high school as a freshman which was kind of unique and nur town because they closed my junior high school. And so i got to learn all the football plays when i was a freshman. I got to start when. I was a sophomore and After scoring four touchdowns. In the first game i went on to be the old state. Football running back That year in the next two years to be the only ninety ever do that and You know. I just fairly lucky. Friends family Facility than support staff Was all surrounded me and stanford connecticut. Yeah you're quite the high school athlete multitalented football baseball and track. But i gotta ask you. You were also a champion ballroom dancer as a teenager now. Where did that come into. Your life came in when i was a graduating linley and my mom didn't want my life to be all about sports. So she said why. Don't you do something with culture. Later singer dance. And i couldn't sing so i try dancing and You know before. I knew it. I was a teenager and You know the the tuesday night. Dan dance class. Went to having a steady partner and practicing five nights a week and in her basement Learning routines going to places like the waldorf story The hotel amongst others to compete in And the regional competitions. I was lucky enough to win When i was fifteen after a few years of practicing one many individual titles. But then i want an all around championship but my partner pan danske. When i was fifteen years old we got to go to the fountain. Blue towel and Fort lauderdale florida for the international dance championship happened to win them there. And instead of saying for the week which is all paid for by the dance. Masters of america I forced my mom and dad to come home with me. So i could play in a babe. Ruth league all star tournament. Yeah so i was in fact A ballroom dancer. I competitively for about four years. Five years of my life and They were some of the greatest. The team balance and competition experiences that i ever had you know it's very interesting because you know kids can be cruel sometimes and i'm just wondering when somebody takes up a sport or something like dancing Did you take a lot of ring. Well as a matter of fact. My home town There there were rival dance studios and a lot of guys they gals Took dance lessons so I wasn't here. But when i when i was nineteen years old. I remember vividly. I was playing in eugene oregon and triple a. baseball. Tommy lasorda's my manager and kind of when you went into a visiting fitter steady. They would put out little pamphlets and in the stands and they had a paragraph or two about One of the visiting players and it mentioned how i was an international ballroom. Dance champion and in high school and Felony joe lynch. Who is the philadelphia chain older. Than i was who is from the streets of philadelphia. He rolled up his lucky strikes and his t sleep. But you know he came out during banning greg. Just after reading this little blurb in the bullet in and and he got on pretty good. It's when everybody else is out fighting on the speak carter's that's pretty good. You're dressing up and dancing a ballroom. You know yeah. His his voice is pretty loud. So i i remember it fifty plus years later. Yeah you were recruited by a number of universities because you were both football and a baseball player and outstanding one. But you went to usc. Why well i did i. What around the country had a couple of hundred. Scholarship offers My high school coaches have picked about thirty schools for me to Engaged with and i actually visited about twenty of them It got down to eric. And notre dame and usc with john mckay and data and because notre dame's baseball these in was You know played in the snow and usd was sporting a national championship in both football and baseball They were pretty easy Choice back in nineteen sixty. I took a football scholarship to go there. Because it's the first time you've ever recruited east of the mississippi river. And i was really excited about going there except for two weeks after i signed by national letter of intent I was drafted in the first round by the los angeles dodgers and al can't look to my house in negotiating with anti rovers speller who was from my hometown and the general manager of the new york giants at the time and they offer me sixty five thousand dollars in cash and a million dollars worth of good advice that i got an a plane and went off the flavor people. Yeah you played summer league baseball. And i'm just wondering what was summer league baseball back. Like back in the sixties well fifty. It was just the organized leagues little league and babe ruth league then american legion and You know you made the team if you're an all star little leaguer and then you've got to compete And he kept winning. You went away and we never had the good fortune and babe ruth league if you made the all star team. You've got to compete. Then you went to penn state championships two regional championships national championships Our team from stanford dot to a national championship in woodland california Played in the same baseball field. Does them for joy along the plane. His high school ball last and Then there's american legion baseball. We're played with older kids and you travel a little. I was really fortunate when i was a junior in high school. That coach from Providence college is at assistant baseball coach and assistant hockey coach at providence. College happen to be watching. One of my games because Andy grove is steadily. Son or nephew was playing in the game. And i happen to have one of those crazy games where ran around the bases. A lot made some good plays and basis after the game. The the guy who is in the stands went over and my mom and dad met me and said that he was going to be coaching in the cape cod league that summer and he wanted me to go play for him and the cape cod league and it was pretty amazing that the junior in high school i played with college players and in spectacular college. League thinker your myth and in cape cod. i had a good year scouts. Suck show me. And that's why. I signed otherwise the summer baseball program never would have gotten me scouted for the footnote of that. Little thing is that That college coach at the time from providence went onto the and a gel hall of famer. His name's lou. Lamoriello who still the president of the islanders. Here in the city is still very good friend of mine fifty plus years later and that was really a good good lucky fortunate thing that That happened to me. And i had a lotta fortunate mill in my life for sure. We're talking with bobby valentine. We're gonna talk more about his professional career. 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Actually i was on a recruiting trip out to university of southern california. football players. Dropped me off at the baseball fields. The data field to watch the rest of the baseball game. Because i was going to meet after the game they're catcher. Who was steve soggy. Who happened to be The quarterback on the football team and catcher on baseball team. And he's going to tell me what it was like. The play two sports at southern california as as i was sitting in the stands a guy tap on the shoulder. Introduce themselves to me. I didn't remember what he said. But he gave me a little transistor radio as a memento and it has dodgers inscribed on the front of the transistor radio and he says the dodgers really like you. And i took the transistor radio home and tell the story of this guy who gave it to me. Who said he was a scout with the dodgers. And when i about a month later when i was drafted and signed with the dodgers they got an plane from kennedy. Airport flew out to salt lake city. Utah and meeting me at the airport was the guy who gave me the transistor radio and happened to be scalped tommy lasorda who introduced themselves as my new rookie league manager and does the first time me and We we struck up friendships. Then and ninety three years old I could say that he's still a friend of mine and Someone i the friendship that i cherish. Maybe the most in life bobby coming from stanford connecticut finding yourself on the west coast particularly in a city like los angeles can be a little bit mind mind-blowing as well and i'm just wondering when you got the los angeles playing with the dodgers. What was the thing you had to deal with the most. Wow crazy days on the You know. I got to school and sixty eight. Everyone knows the situation that our country was in sixty eight that they you know stash assignations of both rfk and and martin luther king and You know the riots and protests and the kids were smoking pot and grow their hair. And and i was sixteen. I mean eighteen years old at the time and and i was a kid so To go all the way out to southern california and see all that smog and traffic and Join joining a fraternity. Was it was a world. The world was spinning quickly after my season and sixty nine I was nineteen years old. I checked into Usc at the time if you wearing a full time student married with children are crippled. You know you're a draft and you went to vietnam vietnam being A very big part of a lot of the protests that were going on at the time and incredibly. I was a student during the day and sixty nine during september when they expanded their rosters than i was in uniform as in los angeles dodger at night. Got the play. My first game against the new york met to in nineteen sixty nine as we all know what went on to win the world series. I played when jerry kuzma was pitching who later ten years later. So i was a teammate of his. Been and tom. Seaver is in meet of his at the time With the new york mets. so yeah the world is really spinning spending quickly You know it was evolving. There are a lot of issues. S guys on my generation had a grip grip on and we were going to solve and low behold here fifty years later and we're still trying to solve a lot of those same issues I hope this next generation Does better than mine. Just briefly The thing i always remembered about you is that you played many position. Shortstop second base third all three outfield positions. That's usually something that's not done to know what their role is Briefly tell me why you were able to do it so well. Well not as the sensiti ron. You know i was the middle diamond guy you know when i played with time i was the nbc of most every team that i played on with him and triple a. winter bold and and rookie ball and When i got the big leagues. I expect the same thing to happen. But after playing a flag. Football game At arizona state where i transferred to play a little winter ball for the dodgers team in in the arizona foley I got clipped and went to spring training with my leg. In a cast. I had a total reconstructive surgery on my knee. It took me about a year and a half to get back from that but The dodgers didn't think i was gonna ever regained my full speed. So they traded me california. I got california playing with the angels. The california angels at the time and I ran into a wall and broke my leg by centerfield banning third leading the league in batting at the time So after that. I did lose my speed and I still had a bit of my athleticism. my will and my my hit skills so Teams tried to give me an allina. But where my defense and caused them a big problem because my ability to move wasn't Had a major league level. And so i learned to play all those other positions. They even volunteered to catch a major league game and they seventy nine. I even put on the catcher's equipment. Before and i wound up catching six innings and one game five innings of another so You know necessities the mother of the invention and i reinvented myself any tax. Yeah that was. What the seattle mariners that you made your debut as a catcher your career over ten years dodgers san diego. Also the new york mets and as i said seattle. Let me switch gears here. Because i do want to talk about. You're managing you managed three teams. And i'm just wondering what you anticipated. Managing a ball club would be like. And how was it civil or two or different from what you've found. I had no idea you know. After i broke my leg and i was twenty three. I went to play winter. Ball with tommy done in the dominican republic and seventy five. I wanted him to tell me stillie athlete. They once was. He didn't tell me that he told me. I should start thinking about coaching so for years later when i was released i had my sites than coaching career. I was lucky enough to get the a minor league coach for a couple years. What would san diego match and then and thirty. Two years old. I was coaching third base for the new york. Mets after doing that for the better part of three years My teammate and good friend. Tom grieve became the general manager of the texas rangers and One day. I got a phone call. He said i'm gonna fire my manager. And i wanna hire you. I interviewed for the job with the owner of the president and tom and they gave it to me and at thirty five years old. I had many expectations of what managing was. Like but i had no idea until i learned on the job and about three years into it I realize all the things. I didn't know how and when i do you know manage. The rangers get fired by george w bush who was the general managing general character and a good friend of mine to this day. went on to manage in the minor league that i managed in japan per year. I came back manage in new york for seven years. I went back to japan and manage their for seven years and then i won't managing for seven months in boston so over the twenty years or so i got two vantage styles is the games and meet many people. Enjoy many good times Crying my ear with many many tight losses than Think that is the luckiest guy in the world. They have all those opportunities. We only have two minutes left. But i'm just wondering bobby When you look back on your career one of those moments or a moment that is engraved in your mind that you'll never forget about playing baseball or managing. Well i remember my first hit because everyone always says that's a really exciting thing. But i don't remember that i don't remember much about my playing Winning an mvp. When i was twenty years old and triple a. was a crowned. I enjoy wearing You know being a twenty one in the major leagues is cool being teammate with spectacular people when i was a young guy like Frank robinson and dick allen and west. Parker maury wills and going on to to finish a career playing with my first roommate every time charter Playing with him in seattle and then in nineteen sixty eight releasing him when i was a manager. And here's a player. I remember all those things i remember. Of course the spectacular september twenty first game the first game in new york after nine eleven when my kiosks they hit a dramatic home. Run to put the good guys ahead and turn all the frowns upside down and How can i forget Being hoisted in the air by my Players and coaches in japan when we won The japan championship. Where i was the first foreign manager ever manage their major league. Then writing down the streets of of chiba and enjoying that greater is is is just as memorable as anything i have ever done. In like bobby. I wanna thank you very much for your time and also for sharing your life and your career with us both as a player and also as a manager i appreciate it. My friend take care. Come back and visit with us again on sports. Byline love what you do grant. Thanks great being with us. Safe and healthy again and again bobby valentine with us. He played seasons in the major leagues playing. With the dodgers. The angels padres mets and mariners also managed in the majors with the rangers. The mets and the red sox and he also as you heard him say he managed overseas as well in japan and he won the japan series championship with the lahti marines. We continue with more of you and america. Sports talk show the number one gift in this stressful year relaxation from home. Medics now at up to thirty percent off soothing stress for over thirty five years. 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Let me ask you about your dad for just a second. I know he was at the game last night and he was singing which is not something i guess he normally does but he did the national. How good a singer is he luke. Well not that. I like to call out the big man but seeing not one of his one of his strengths. It was a good thing that was some some other people up there with him. It would have been probably -ceptable if he was accompanying them on the piano because he's a pretty accomplished piano player. I remember when we talked one time. He talked about how long he practiced the piano. Yeah he's he's a good team claire. I'll give him that. He he could in the hours Wasn't always good. Though where you're in high school. He used to. He used to start playing around six. Thirty am every morning and wake up the whole house with With the terrible sounding terrible sounding piano player food. Let me ask you about growing up in that household knowing bill and his personality and the type of guy he is as well. Tell me a little. Bit of what i was like for you. And your brothers in the walton household great You know we had We had a basketball court in the backyard. And you know he was always very encouraging for us to try new things and and You know whether it was going to basketball games or him taking us up you seventy or whether the yard work that needed to be done out back There was never a dull moment over there. The walk household given his basketball stature. Were you guys aware of it at a very young age and it was an anytime a pressure point for all of you when you decided especially you when you decide to play basketball now. There wasn't Growing up i. It was kind of the no for us. We didn't know any different It wasn't until high school that You know you started when the local newspapers were writing stories and this and that they actually. At least i actually felt any any presser. They came along with it. But you know as a kid that loves basketball. Being able to go to the boston garden go have dinner at larry. Bird's house and stuff like that incredible. Yeah tell me a little bit about that thin line that a parent who especially one that has been successful as your dad has been walks when he wants to. Complement wants to coach. Wants to criticize his kid. Who's playing the same sport. He played only i. I gotta give him a lot of credit because he wasn't He wasn't one of those overbearing parents that that was on us all the time he. He stressed to us more You know finding something that that we love doing and whether that was basketball music or whatever it was To to to find that for ourselves and for me it happened to be basketball. And when i chose that as what i wanted to do and i he he never he. He criticized but only only when he asked for missing. I you know he'd come to our games and then he'd ask goes afterwards. We wanted to know his thoughts and his opinions on on things so he wasn't. He wasn't over- overbearing when it came to that type of thing. How did lute olson style compare with your dad's style. My dad loved coach. Also he he he again. He didn't he left sort of where i wanted to play college basketball up to be completely and when i chose arizona. He told me that's what he hoped i would use because he he felt like hotels was the john wooden a my era so he was thrilled and is a baby. Go play for. Yeah i was just going to ask you. Was there any pressure or stress to go to ucla and following your father's footsteps or was it the other way around. He wanted you to cut your own path in life or he wanted us me and my brothers dog cut on cast lice. And and for me. Ucla was one of my top size schools but You know my decision had nothing to do with the fact that he went to. Ucla it had more to do with. I thought arizona was a better fit for me. And i. I wanted to play for coach. Awesome yeah when you think about the university of arizona program. I did a number of their games on television. I was always impressed with Particularly one thing and that was the way they were prepared for a game. I don't know whether that was building. Dilute style or approach to basketball. What was that about him when he was coach. Olson was very Very strict on the details the game in the fundamentals of the game and You know a lot of times as a player would be frustrating or or boring at practice that he would stop us kind of constantly. Correct us but you kind of realize as you're going through the process and as you get out of there how much it helped Helped each of us individually and helped us as a team Be able to have success with the with the amount of of time and effort. He put in on noticing the little things the game that that he would point out all the time. You were drafted by the lakers in the second round and maybe a lot of people don't understand the difference between being drafted in the first round and the second round. How did you approach playing professional basketball. Being a second round. Pick than maybe what you would have done if you were a first round. Pick well if it gets a little. It's a lot harder to make it at the second round. Pick because first round picks are guaranteed at least When i came out there guarantee at least three years so when the team had a commitment to the to the first mile players whereas the second round player it was not guaranteed contracts. So you had to come in ready. You had to come in and fight every day to to make your dream become a reality and So i i did all the prep work. And i gotta healthy and i. I came into training camp the first year in the best eight my life and it was fighting for a job in the league that i that i dreamt about playing out of the kid. There's another dynamic about. All of this is. They're not luke and that is the fact. If you've been a second round pick with memphis that is a lot different being the second round. Pick for the lakers. Such an iconic franchise. Yeah absolutely and when i came in my look year was was You know we had cut. We had called malone and shaq and kobe bryant and gary payton and and guys like that So you commend that type of locker room and it's still jackson's your codes and they had just won three straight titles a couple of years before that There's a there's a lot more added on To try to just make a team you know. There's there's day to day stuff. Just press here to play in la. You mentioned a little bit earlier about you. Know being with larry bird and being others Back east in boston when your dad was back there. I'm going to assume that that probably helped you. A great deal with the cast of characters and stars. That were on the lakers. That you weren't as intimidated are in an opposition as much as maybe somebody who had not had that exposure like you did. Yeah i think it help More so in the fact that i grew up idolizing a team that that valued ball movement and free flowing offense and skilled style basketball. Was i think is kind of how i tried to play the game So when i got in there and there was a lot of them. Full of stars You know. I didn't really have time to be to be nervous about it. Because a lot of them had grudges against against big bills so they were kinda. They're kinda rough on the at first. So i had to kinda i kinda had focus my energy on other games as opposed to being a star star struck in by by the cast of players. We had was that the case. Also just around the league because you were the sun bill walton. Did they feel the same way. Another cities Yeah i mean it. Was you know people people on my dad or are people kind of get bothered by on one of those two groups that debt. Most of most of the basketball world falls into you know i learned. I learned that that's that's not. That's not anything. I can control. All i can control is is who i am and what i'm doing and what they what they think. It is in I can't let that bother you know back near spent time worrying about that But you know so. There's definitely some some player that try to come out and get me because of the relationship and there was other people and organizations that You know that had a lot of respect for me because My father was luke. Walton has joined us on sports byline. Usa of course Won a couple of championships. When he was playing with the lakers. He spent nine of his eleven seasons in the nba. With the lakers. You're listed as a small forward Is that a fair depiction. Did you fall into the inbetween position in there. The size wise luke. Yeah absolutely. I did and You know from me. It was kind of nice. Because i played for phil jackson. And the triangle offense and the small forward and the powerful would You know really did the same thing and that offense Depending on what side of the court the ball got brought up on it was a year offense so i was able to play both positions. Learn how to how to do it. And and what. I need to do to succeed and was able to To do a lot of switching with the versatility and our lineup that we had so it was kind of a perfect situation for me to get drafted into. Let me ask about the two. Nba championship seasons. Each probably has its own personality when you think back on both of them what was the catalyst of each season in which you wanna championship or just our overall team focus and determination to win one The leading up to the two that we won. I had lost two nba title year and We had lost of boston the year before he won two straight so coming into that that first championship It was the most focused and professional team. I never been a part of as far as we had one goal and and that was the win a championship and we went to about a business with that attitude. And you know. I can ever back to winning the western conference finals You know we're years past. We would celebrate and co out of the team and you know we won game six in denver and we just. We're ready to get on the plane and go home and they had to call us back to come in and do a photo shoot and and all that but it was. You know there was no celebrating going on until we want me the actual title. I thought phil jackson was interesting. I've talked to him a number of times and when his book came out we had a long extensive conversation here on the show. And i'm just wondering how he actually played in to that team how he actually coached him. A lot has been said and written about it. But but luke now that you're a coach and you see what he did. What was it that you saw that you now look back and maybe smile about and understand better when he's just he's a master at the big picture of of basketball and and and getting Getting players on the same page and getting places to buy in to to the ultimate goal of winning and You know he did it a lot of different ways and you know he would he would You know constantly be challenging the players in practice During the games you know one of his big things he would do is if there's another team was on a big run against us. We're ninety nine percent of other coaches call. Time out. he would. He would make us figure out how to figure it out on the and and and not bail us out with a time out Because he thought that would in the big picture even if we lost that game because of it we would get stronger as a team. We learn how to play in that type of atmosphere when When the playoffs around. You know as well as i do when you were at arizona. Lute olson asked you to run through the wall. You're going to run through the wall but when you've got players that are making multi millions of dollars in the nba. How are they at that level as compared to college. They're not as coach for go when you gotta when you have a special team Came capable of winning a championship You have coach guys and you have guys that are willing to sacrifice their own personal stats and personal games for the better than other team and You know. I think that's a huge part of coaching. At this level as compared to college is getting your players to buy in because a lot of times the players in this league have the power because they make you know they make more money than the coaches and that type of thing so You know fill with was an expert at that and the teams that we had at one championships. We were everybody was onboard with will do whatever it takes To make the team better as opposed to getting your individual stats. Look i wanna thank you very much. I've done your dad for a long time. He's been a friend. And i wanted to spend some time with you and i could see that. The acorn didn't fall far from the tree. I want to thank you. You're always welcome here. Take care of my friend. I appreciate you having a good one. Luke walton with small forward who played eleven seasons in the nba. Nine with the lakers and he wants to nba championships. We continue with more of you and america's sports talk show. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with jordan's publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover loss our authors benefit from accustomed book promotion marketing campaign. That makes your book available where people buy books like amazon and brick and mortar bookstores. 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You can find out more on the weather on our website at newsfeed dot com and fathers daughters and mothers or sons and fathers. And we're going to be doing this this hour because just in wilcox is standing by to join us. He's the head football coach at the university of california after being the defensive coordinator at wisconsin. Usc washington tennessee and boise state. Any grew up as the younger of two sons. On a family farm. They raised wheat and cherries injunctions city or oregon went on to play quarterback a junction city. High school led his team to a three a state title and he is certainly considered As one of the best defensive coaches but now he's going to be the head coach he also played his college ball at the university of oregon and playing ball up there for mike bellotti as well as his brother. He played up there as well. And his dad dave wilcox also played for the dachshund went on to have a hall of fame career playing eleven years in the nfl for his father. And then we'll talk to dave wilcox hall of fame linebacker his entire eleven year career with the forty niners. He played in seven pro bowls and was all pro five of those eleven years. But this is the thing that always gets me about athletes that play at a high level whether be college or the national football league gave wilcox only missed one game during his career because of injury. Think about that for just a second and he to of course grew up in oregon. Dave wilcox was a guard on offense in an end on defense and his teammates in oregon included mel renfro and quarterback bob berry and after his senior year he played in the nineteen four college. All star game as coming from behind. The bears beat the college all stars. Twenty eight to seventeen now. You probably if you're a younger listener. Did not know that they had a college. 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Not only for the ducks but he went on to have a hall of fame career playing eleven years for the san francisco forty niners take me back for just a moment. Justin to junction city. Up in oregon. Yeah a great place to grow up Really learned a ton you know just from growing up there for my family my mom and dad and my brother and then the coaches and teachers that i was able to be around it was a small community Very tight knit and a lot of the core values that i have learned I learned there. I know your dad told me when i was talking to him. He's coming up a little bit later on. He said that you had to go out. And you had to do your chores. You had to get up very early in the morning. And he said that gave him A real work ethic. That was really something that was the foundation of his life. It was at the same way for you to justin. i think just the accountability factor and being. You know a guy that you can depend on a person you can depend on and you learned that really at home and and the people you're around whether it's you know your family which i was so fortunate to to have a real strong family and then the coaches that i was able to come up under and i think that's just part of You know being a to have a chance to have some success in life being accountable being a dependable person is a huge part of that. I think Growing up where. I did and and with the people that i grew up with me. I know you said my dad is in the hall of fame but before that he was a hall of farmer and i love that particular line. Did he ever talk much about football at the house in the off season or or after his career no not really We didn't grow up that way he was. He's a real humble guy wasn't ever about him in that regard in so we were. I was born after he was done playing. I knew that he had played football for the forty niners and was supposedly pretty good but he'd ever talked much about it. We got a chance. I think once every few years we would get to go to a game. You know i think maybe a couple of times and growing up we went to a forty niners game so we knew That he played but it wasn't something that We spend a lotta time talking about to be honest with he was really more about just the family and and working hard and living right and and trying to do the best you can and you know the the accountability and the work ethic that it takes to be a successful person would be you know i. I just think that was really more of the you know what he was trying to instill in us and it wasn't about his trophies or highlights. Or you know the pro bowls that he made. Did you or your brother ever seek his advice about anything from applying standpoint when you were at the university of oregon or when you were a coach at usc wisconsin working in any of the stops along. The way i really think it goes back to more as there was so much more than football. It was but these life skills that you learn. These values really They they align with football. It's a work ethic and toughness and perseverance and never giving up and all those intangible things that really you know make or break your your life and your football career and so that's probably really more what we learned as opposed to technique. And you know he would once in a while you know. Just talk about the importance of fundamentals Things like that but very rarely did we talk about you. Know the schematics of the techniques of football is much more of the intangible things that it took to be a good player and a person. So i know i mentioned that mike belotti was your coach up at oregon and mike had this quote. He said he's got a piercing. I vision when you medium. You know it's more than just a happy face. He's a guy who is looking through you to take a gauge of who you are and what you are. But he's got a folksy charm. he's unassuming until you get into the heat of battle and then you want to be on his side referring to you. Of course you know. Mike belotti. I've known for a long time. What is it that made that program so successful there. I i think. I learned a ton from coach. Blondy and the and the coaches that were around at that time I think that Everybody was moving in the same direction. Everybody knew what the goal was. Everybody knew what the expectations were in terms of How we acted on a daily basis whether it was a workout Position meeting how we approach our school. Work how we played. I just think that was the biggest that you know. Having a you know a common vision for every guy in there The type of people that were involved in the program you know we weren't perfect. Believe me but there but there was a you know there was a core value set to the team and i thought that you know i learned. I think we all learn some of the intangible things that are so important as you go you know work through your football career but also just as it applies to the rest of your life and i think that was the biggest thing. Second time for you at towel. You were linebackers coach. Under ted tedford and now you're the head coach at the university of california but leanings have been on the defensive side as a coordinator and everything when you take a look at the direction of college football today the wide. Open this everything. What have you seen as far as the change. The way the game is being played date justin. Yeah it's the game. Is i guess more loose. It spread out the Formations that you see from offenses Typically create a lot more space than fifteen years ago The pace of play has changed dramatically. The number of plays that you See during a game as significantly increased So i think you know a lot of these. That spread offense is incorporated quarterback runs which changes the math in in a lotta ways in the in the game. How you defend people So there's been pretty significant changes. I don't i think a lot of it is option base. You know where the single single-wing teams were doing this. How many ever years and years and years and years ago you know way back when when the game first began being played. So i don't i just think it's different formations. How people are getting to differently. Obviously the speed is increased Not only the tempo and the pace of play but the players themselves or the training. We're more informed now than ever on how to try to help players be at their best. So i think it's just gotten faster. There's more plays Spacing on the field is really come into play. This run pass option with the quarterback. Run game is really kind of Evolved yeah it's a challenging game on defense it's a it's wide open. I know on offense and at the end of it still comes back to fundamentals. You know playing with good technique and blocking and tackling all those fundamental things. It really gives you a chance to have some success and that's where you really want to spend a lot of your time no matter what scheme you may be on offense or defense and i would suppose that you've thought about this about the changes that come for you because you're no longer a coordinator you're the man and for coaches today for dynamic. That's come into play how you seem to change there. Yeah i think there's just Everybody's got a job to do You know everybody in our program has a responsibility to our program Everybody's i don't see myself as any more or less important than any other person in our program. I just i have a more decisions to make. And i'm fortunate to be surrounded by great people From our equipment room to our support staff and our academic support and all these people on our campus who are who've been so who who are so critical critical to our success and then obviously our coaches and players and so we're all a piece of it You know. I'm honored and humbled to be in this position and really excited to to move forward with justin when you take a look at yourself in the experiences you've had who are the people that were important for For you from the football standpoint. That's that's such a good question. It's a hard one for me answer because there's so many i mean i can name them all. Just take me a while players that i played with coaches that. I've played four or coached with and i'm talking about head coaches. I'm talking about guys on the other side of the ball guys on the same side of the ball I've met a ton of great high school coaches and small college coaches. Who are as good as anybody out there and learn from them. You learn from players you know. Every every year you have a new experience and the players are kind of constantly evolving. And you're learning how to communicate better with them how to teach them Certain situations that come up how to best maximize their potential. So i think you just constantly or evolving and that's the fun thing and the challenging thing about our our job and I know it's one that i've always enjoyed so to pick one person would be really hard for me to just so many people in in so many different ways that have impacted me along the way which i'm fortunate for. We only have thirty five seconds left. But you've of course coached in the big ten in the pack. Twelve and everything What's the personality of the pac twelve conference. Well let's say exciting. Brand of football Year the athletes are dynamic. You know there's good as any in the country There's excellent coaches and you get different challenges each week. You know everybody you know you have an people use the term spread. But what does that really mean. There's different versions of all these offenses that are getting the gun and spreading the field on you. Some run the quarterback some aren't some reason tempo. Using shift emotion you have the teams that are more traditional and stanford who does a great job So it's you just have all these different challenges Great coaches barely really talented players and athletes. And i think it's as good as it's ever been. I wanna thank you. Justin congratulations on getting the head. Job cow take care. Thanks justin wilcox again. Head coach at the university of california. His dad dave wilcox hall of famer when we come back on the other side. We're going to be talking today as we continue across country and around the world. It's good to have you here on america's sports talk show. 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This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's rod dave. Wilcox joins us on sports. Byline the hall of fame linebacker. Who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners. He played in seven pro bowls and was an all pro five times. And this is the thing that blows me away. He missed only one game during his career because of injury. And i wanna talk to you about that in just a second day but you grew. Up in oregon. Take me back and tell me what it was like. Growing up in rural oregon. I grew up in eastern oregon. A place called vale which is about seventy five miles in boise idaho. My parents moved out from oklahoma in nineteen thirty six and homestead. this place I had six brothers one sister. Four brothers that were born in oklahoma. My sister and that's three other boys were oregonians and that we live ten miles from town. If you wanted to eat you got up. Did your chores. That was important My grade class. There's eight kids And were Ten miles that was willow creek grade. School and Had two classes in each room. I don't know how many was in the couldn't have been too many and then they'll high school while i was in vail highschool won the state twice second once and Fourth wants that's that's when football came into your life was at a smaller squad. Playing football was an eleven man squad. Oh we were. We had eleven man. And actually i graduated high school nineteen sixty. I think it started about nineteen forty eight Vail started winning football games and we were playing lebanon football When i was in high school nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty We were classified as eighty two. Which was the second biggest school. The biggest school was a one and the team that used to win all one Championships was in jefferson and portland and they had a guy named mel renfro and so Anyhow we wanted to keep up with the renfro in jefferson and we we decided to win but anyhow growing up in the small community like that Was just incredible. And we we. We had chores like i said and We we laugh about this. All the time to where i grew up i had a brother was wine. He raised german shorthair bird dogs and we used to go pheasant hunting and during football season out where we live at a car. Ah gas or pick up. We would take our in school with us And after football practice with drive home and there was a gravel road we drive around and he a neighbor would drive us around peasants on the way home wild pickups at school the shotguns hanging in the back window with the keys to pick out things have changed a little bit. I would say so. We're a big kid on that football team. Because i know your stature today and i was just wondering were you big at a young age. Yeah i i guess i think when i was nice school await about two to ten six three my whole family i had like i said i gotta count my brothers here but there is Four brothers that i had one brother was six five. He played the philadelphia eagles. Nineteen sixty And then i had a couple of other brothers were big big people. My my mother was a big lady. My sister is is six feet tall so we cancelled big family. You play a couple years. J. c. ball and then you transferred to the university of oregon. You also had a brother that played in oregon and he played on on oregon's one thousand nine hundred fifty seven rose bowl team as well. Were you real comfortable or did you have a chance to go someplace else. player college ball. Whose last two years opposition. Usc washington utah colorado. I forget all the schools. But my brother john actually went to The one you're talking about with the university of oregon a nineteen fifty six as a freshman and he struggled a little bit and came back and went to boy to junior college and then he went back to university of oregon. And i'll tell you about boys. Jimmy of turned the second. But anyhow i thought you know i better go to junior college. I don't necessarily want to transfer like my brother. Did but my brother was great. Play played in trying. Game played in oregon and then played with the english one year. Did money live philadelphia so became a coach but anyhow last year In about two weeks from them. I think it's a tenth of march last year mcgruther's and a bunch of other people showed up at boise At this birthday party for a guy named lyle smith he was a hundred and he was coach and and we went over and had a birthday party for him. I just talked to him last week. It would be one hundred and one. And he says it's up to get around now guy's incredible man and one of the things through my whole career. I had great coaches in high school. We had great coaches on the mental. We didn't have a lot of plays. We just ran him really well and a junior college the same thing and then when i was again. Diversity of oregon. It's pretty good athlete again. A guy named mel renfro and bob carey and those guys so anyhow Kinda lucky to hang out with the right guys. And i have great coaches. I know that You were a guard on offense and on defense when you were at oregon. But the thing i want to talk to you about is that most people don't remember this but after your senior season you played in the nineteen sixty four college all star game now. The college all star game was a game in which the college all stars would go up against the nfl champions and the year before you play you played in nineteen sixty four. The college all stars. Beat vince lombardi. And the green bay packers who had won the nfl championship. And you played in the game and sixty four where the bears came from behind to beat the all stars twenty eight to seventeen. Tell me about that game in that experience. I tell you what it was after. I graduated from oregon. Well actually played in the sun bowl and we left that after the symbol is oregon team. I wouldn't play bill and the hula bowl in hawaii came back and then i played the buffalo american all star game or something. It was this college kid then. Then we played in the game in chicago but that was rather unique Plan against the bears. You know 'cause. We were watching. When i was growing up with get. Tv like once a month and they would show the bears plan the giants or somebody so and then and kind. You know a lot of those guys that it was different. And that's for sure but we lost I think instead of going to training camp with the forty niners that we spent. I think total three weeks back in chicago auto. Graham was our coach. We had a guy named joe. Don looney who was from oklahoma and he was runner All how bledsoe played at usc appall krause who pleaded at the vikings. of course. i think. Paul warfield was on that team warfield. Charlie taylor pete method and on the defensive side. Carl eller mel renfro. You of course and and also. Wally hilbert yes. And there was a guy named bob ground. Who is a tackle from nebraska. I think he played nagging to end up. Playing with the raiders and tra long time so oh yeah there is a matter of fact i have a picture of the hula bowl team And i think there was a total of twenty eight players on the team. And there's five hall famers in that picture. There's Warfield karl l. or myself paul crowds and i believe mel remco guys lead game ten seven at the half and of course that was against the chicago bears papa. Halas was the coach over there. And after what had happened the year before which was only the i. Think the eighth or ninth time that the stars college all stars had beaten the nfl pros. There was a lot of pressure on the chicago bears. I know i can't remember. All the players will lead. Dip goes was playing. I'm sure right and was eddie wade. oh bukit it. Who the quarterback. i'm trying to remember. Wade was the quarterback. Okay and Then well. I'm trying to think of the linebackers who had well nikki was with the with Green bay at that time. And i would assume that he probably played in that game as well. He was hurt the year before. Oh probably yeah okay Yeah anyhow kind of a couple of years ago on harden member all and you know there was always sixty five thousand people on hand to watch that game. Yeah and we played in soldier field right. And and then. 'cause when i was with the forty niners we used to play at wrigley field and and well most of the field. They they the the field included part of the each dugout and then they cut the pie with with the dugout. 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This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar dave. Wilcox has joined us here on sports. Byline he played eleven years in the national football league. All of those in san francisco forty niner. And dave when you came down here You decided to sign and play in the national football league. You were drafted in the third round by the forty niners but you were also taken in the six round of the afl draft. What was the siding factor for you to go. Nfl over afl. well When i when i was staying at the dorm at oregon houston i get drafted by houston and they call me on the pay phone there at the door and the door manager told me to call him back but then cancer nova. Who was my coach at oregon at the time killing me before the draft. Not to do anything. So i talked to him and he i guess he was must've been our agent if you will and so anyhow went in the next day after the forty niners draft man a guy named franklin newly who owned the warriors was a boring and alum and was part on. The forty niners was in town and he took melrose bob dinner but anyhow has told me that i needed sane but with san francisco because he knew the owners and i says well. That's good so. I got a twelve thousand dollars contract with the three thousand dollar signing bonus and they told me that i took all the money and so they couldn't pay the rest of the guys so anyhow linda cazenove. I believed everything that that he was my coach and he moved for me. You also played at. The forty niners at old keys are stadium. Now i've been here in san francisco for a while. I certainly have gone over there. I wasn't there when you guys played. How would you describe keys stadium for the listener. That was a classic place One we used to stay downtown The night before the game and then we would drive down to keys stadium on sunday and matt hazel tyne goal linebacker from cal played with for a long. He and i would drive down haight street going into golden gate park into keyser. And that's when all the hippies were kinda starting there in san francisco so i. I'm not sure why we did that other than just kind of look at the hippies and then once you got the keys are It was really nice stadium but there was a tunnel ran from the locker rooms. Out to the It'd be east end that underneath the goal post and that tunnel. I don't know how feels like a long way to probably fifty yards or so i don't know but it was all gravelly and so early in the year when they would introduce the team may would introduce a team in the tunnel where we would always go out first and kind of shuffle around and make sure there was a lot of dirt before the visiting team came out. And so anyhow we we helped not like But it was great and the seagulls used to come in towards the end of the year and play. And i remember one game. We're playing the baltimore. Colts and johnny and night s and john. Mackey and lenny. More those guys and One time i played across from john mac and he would put his hand down on the ground and told the route isn't that the must be a rule violation or something. Well did that is because when all the seagulls come in all the worms would come up and he didn't wanna touch worm. Getting sam's now. I understand that the fans could be pretty rowdy out of keys are especially if you guys were losing because there are a couple years when you had some very tough years with the forty niners and i understood. They had to put wire netting over that tunnel area where you came out on the field because the fans would throw beer cans at you. I think that they have to ask a damn style and and his dad. Maybe but I think people used to buy season tickets to their beer in the coolers and stuff but if you never wanted to walk off with feel by john brody if you lost people throw stuff at him and i remember one time they missed and hit an official and that's when they put a a wire thing over the top so the people i guess. They drank too many beers. They couldn't throw the beers over the top of the fence. There's two other stories and maybe you can help. Confirm them and and one of them is the fact that john brody and jack christiansen really did not get along very well and the story. One of the stories i heard was the fact that if the team was trailing when they came out for the second half christianson would be up ahead of brody and as the fans were booing. Turn around and say hey kid. They're really on you. Today aren't they. I i didn't know about that And that's possible I know that fan. You know they've were. Were close. And jerry diehard fans and Towards the end of the year in the middle of the season. It was kinda nasty. It was cold and rainy and foggy all of that. Yeah i don't know about that. The other thing i heard is that Brody would have a poker party on saturday night before the game on sunday and he called the guys over. He changed the game plan. Well that's possibility. Like i said i play defense. I didn't know what they speaking of that. Let me ask you about the great linebacker tandem that you had with the forty. Niners wilcox frank. Nunly skip banderban Those three guys together. What was the chemistry. What was the reason for the success that you guys had. Well i think we really had some pretty darn good players start with defense of line there. Cedrick hardman tommy heart charlie. Krieger I think jimmy johnson. Who's my best buddy. The defensive back. We had the bruce taylor. I'm talking about the seventies early seventies late sixties And then offensively had some really good players in washington brody manson running backs and they score points. And i i got to san francisco the score points but we defensively. We weren't very good and teams to be this. I think because of our defense. But anyhow I wouldn't trade it for anything with some wonderful You you know everybody it. It's really interesting. We talk about this all the time the personalities of the team You know there's forty different personalities but for sixty minutes on sunday you put your personality side and and and as a team and and quite frankly i think in today's world that is kinda lost sometimes. It is a team game. One guy doesn't win it and basically wanted to guy doesn't lose it. You know somebody. I was telling somebody the most important player on the football team. It's not quarterback or running back step at the center because the center doesn't snap the ball. Nothing happens right. Right and the quarterback. He didn't want the ball because he throws somebody hands it to somebody. So he's at the end of the line. As far as i'm concerned so it's the line that the people but it does take eleven guys at a time to do it so it is definitely a team game. And that's the thing when i quit playing. I wasn't necessarily the game itself for the but it was your buddies your teammates and the things you've gone through and you know you help each other and all of that so It it is definitely a team. Yeah it's the comradeship. A lot of players tell me when they leave their sport. That's the thing you want said. Dave what i do best is not let people blocked me. I just hate to be blocked and following each season. The forty niners would rate their players based on their performance. The typical score for linebacker was seven hundred and fifty and your score in nineteen seventy-three was one thousand three hundred and six and that season you recorded. One hundred and four solo tackles four forced fumbles and you tackled opposing ball carriers for a loss on thirteen occasions. And you really a true student of the game. Everybody i've talked to about you said that. What does that mean. Fundamentally correct where this goes back to when i was in high school and junior college and stuff and that and the coaches that i had and i always thought everything started with your feet if you if they're in the wrong position when you do certain things and that's comes from the coaches that i had the top that and fundamental lakes. Great athletes tenant. I played against the dick. Kim john mackey guys like that. Who are very talented guy. And the only way. I probably going to succeed in cheaper getting blocked. Step with doing the proper technique. Make my share my theater in the right spot at the right time or that are they the leverage that i'm supposed to have i gotta make sure i'd get that There again we just a play got older played more games. We would look at films in the pick up the little thing that might tip off a play. Yeah a guard might be. His foot might be six inches behind on one play and not on another one so you wait a minute. Why is he doing that that type of thing and then then of course you know like i said there's so many great athletes in that world And there are a lot of them today. Of course but i fundamentally i had to be correct. 'cause you know maybe i didn't have as much talent. There's some of the other guys. But i was gonna work my tail off to make sure i knew fundamentally abbas right let me ask you about one of the stats. I mentioned a little bit earlier because it kind of blows me away. I you know as well as i do that when it came to health and when it came to doctors back in that period of time It just wasn't the same as it is today and you missed only one game during your career because of an injury. How did that happen. How were you able to do that. I don't know maybe got hidden ahead too many times I got a nineteen seventy. We were playing a miami and exhibition game. I got clip me and tore the cartilage in my knee. It was About the second or third exhibition game and played whole season in nineteen seventy with that. Can i get my name. Drain and put it knifes and Man they talk about a challenge. But i had to play. I mean. i couldn't couldn't let my teammates down so i had to be there and do that And so it was a matter of our dr lloyd. Milner was our team doctor and so long as it wasn't you know hurting breaking something else or more problems. He's you know you can play. But it's going to hurt and of course it is quite used to tape it up and all that. Then after the nineteen seventy. I went back to oregon and a guy named dr slocum who at that time was one of the meal. Orthopedic people in the country fix their operated on fixed it in college. At that time. I mean i was in a hospital for a week and stepping out. Something you go in the morning at ten and your home at noon so anyhow But yeah. I wouldn't recommend that everybody do that. But it worked out for me. Let me also ask you. During the course of the eleven years you played in the nfl. You think back about all the games that you played in. Is there one that is really indelibly in your mind forever. Every one of them You know how fortunate i was to be able to do that. You look back okay. I said i asked my eighth grade class of eight kids. My high school graduating class for your high school i. There was fifty one kids in my graduating class. I grew up on a farm. In eastern oregon. How in the heck did i ever end up. Going to canton. Ohio great coaches and some skill and sure a lot of luck and a lot of good team knicks. When you take a look at all the great players you played with and you played against as well hall of famers outstanding players. What's the commonality all of you have. I think it's probably competitiveness. What would it make. Sure you do everything correctly And you know working with your teammate. I always stop that. Every team that i was on was a good team had half a dozen leaders that took care internal problems when i was in san francisco. Our coaches never had to discipline players. 'cause they're six or eight guys that took care of that problem and i remember dick nolan. One time wanted to know where there's one tip player was in. The player had done something they shouldn't have been done and we had a team meeting and he got a little huffy so one of our guys took a hold of him and put him in the locker and put the lock on the locker and left him in there and told him when he was ready to be part of the team. We'd let him out so we practice and coach mullen woman role. Where so what swell. He's tight at right now. It'd be with us tomorrow. Dave wilcox with us again hall of fame linebacker who played his entire eleven year career with the forty niners and that included playing seven pro bowls and was an all pro five times as i said the thing that jumped out at me is the fact that he only missed one game during his career because of an injury. And if you think back about Again the medical aspects of playing professional football it was not the same as it is today. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with dorrance publishing. 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Episode 116  How to Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Success with Mentorship, with Paul Carrick Brunson

The Entrepreneurial You

35:43 min | 2 years ago

Episode 116 How to Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Success with Mentorship, with Paul Carrick Brunson

"<music> hey is Johnny Dumas's of e o fire and it's the entrepreneurial you this show for dedicated in passionate Caribbean entrepreneur seeking daily inspiration brought to you by Author Speaker in Award Winning Entrepreneur Hanukkah watkiss porter. You must be prepared to ignite aw we make a living by what we get but we make life by what we give Winston Churchill greetings greetings greetings. My peak performance is what's up. How are you doing today? Am Hannah Coworkers Sport. Can you believe that this is in fact the one Hundred Sixteen episode of the Entrepreneur New podcast yeah and so I'm celebrating today okay because I have Paul couric Brunson. Paul is a mentor. He's an entrepreneur television who was than he's goal really is to help you live your best life. He's the world's most influential match watchmaker phone at exit. Three businesses host to television shows spent nearly a decade working directly for a billionaire and shares his experiences by mentoring through knowledge share. I'm I'm really super excited to talk with Paul about holds accelerate your entrepreneurial success with mentorship welcome Paul long overdue interview long overdue. I I am honored. Pre Two. I'm excited in ready absolutely all right so before we dive into mentorship and out of those lovely things right my question to you his way in the world do he loved Jamaica so much funny as talking to you. I'm staring at a <hes>. A plaque on my wallet says I Love You from here to Jamaica. I appreciate question <hes> Sto. My mother is as from C._N._N.. She's from a very small town called Keith kind of Bush in the Bush so my grandfather who was my idol is from Kingston Hillside Avenue <hes> you know my grandparents obviously are from Jamaica so I have the heritage. I'm a second generation Jamaica but Jamaican but more than that I <hes> you know and of course I'll be biased by saying this but I truly believe there's there's been no country in the world on a per capita basis. That's had a bigger impact on the globe than Jamaica you when you look at music you know Jamaica his his really dont eliminated. You know music. If you look at a food in particular <hes> Jamaica the number of chefs coming out the culinary arts coming out of Jamaica good dominating. If you look at beauty <hes> dominating look in sports you know in particular with sprinting <hes> dominating <hes> you look at the beginning of social entrepreneurship with Marcus Garvey I mean <hes> originating it. You know you go across the board and you say Oh my guy. Here's a here's a nation that has you know less than three million people that reside in it but yet so literally smaller than some cities but yet everyone in the world knows Jamaica and more importantly the the brand of Jamaica is unparalleled. If if I travel all over world in the moment I say Jamaica Smile pops on the face of whoever I'm talking to and that doesn't happen when I say I'm American or or something else so Jamaica is a very special place and that's the reason why I love is absolutely and last checks you know we are a point zero zero four percent of the worst population and yet with such great impact no Paul as a second generation Jamaican. Give us a little you know the abridged version an of journey to you so from you know early days to know and who you are not just a shortened version of that sure so I was born in Jamaica Queens you de seems to be Jimmy Jamaica make under under right yeah <hes> and <hes> so I was born there. <hes> Kinda grew up in New York arc then moved to actually move everywhere. My father was in the military and then he became an entrepreneur himself so I get it you know get it from him and ended up going to school in Graduate School. That is in Washington D._C.. At Georgetown went to business school there and so <hes> in residing in Washington D._C.. Area and did finance for the early part of my career was investment bank here a manage money for a very wealthy family in that intrigues worked for a billionaire her at the when I began working for the family <hes> his name is in regional but when I began working for him and his family he wasn't yet a billionaire but he he then became a billionaire and so I did that for a number of year ear and then I I you know left it. All it was the best job in the world. It was a dream job but I left it all to pursue this crazy idea of becoming the real life hitch and that led me down a whole whole nother path no working with Oprah television <hes> and really being able to do things that I never never dreamed possible absolutely no. We're not going to dwell on that but it just WanNa hear a little bit about in your experience working with Oprah West that me like I think Oprah is one of the most authentic Lee presented people I've ever seen. <hes> you know in terms of television or were were or media you know you go to someone's instagram account and you look at the picture as you could very quickly. Tell that's not the life they live. You know they're they're. They're presenting a representative of themselves but with Oprah who you see on television really who she is. The only difference is that when you work with with o'brady Dome Caller Oprah you call her win or Miss Winfrey so that's that's how you could tell if someone's working for right but other than that you know she he is this this very a caring astute of person and I would say that the number one lesson I learned from from Miss Winfrey. <hes> is in her ability to make you feel like you were the only one who matters you know when she talks to you I remember there was a dinner that we were at there must have been forty fifty people at this dinner and at at and after we got it from the tables she does like to drink right so we're all drinking drinking Tequila shots and that kind of thing you know I had a conversation with my grandfather. Actually from Jamaica had just past and she ordered a a around of shots for for us and we're sitting there and I'm sitting there you know at this restaurant in New York <hes> having shots with Oprah. I felt like it was just two of us. You know it could have been fifty plus people there but I thought it was just the two as she she has an uncanny ability to make you feel like you are the only one there and the only one who matters and I think that's something that we should all take from her. She's a she's a very special person well. That's his indeed scale. No we're going to be talking mentorship. You defined <hes> mentorship as personal development in which more experienced or more our knowledgeable person guides a less experience or less knowledgeable person. I talked to us about your own experience as a messy because he even had a love mentor a so talks about that yeah. You know it's fascinating I. I literally a right before this. This podcast I literally fifteen minutes ago was talking to a Menti of mine who is in Jamaica. She's Jamaican and <hes> she was asking specifically about mentorship. We we were talking about meant to ship in all aspects of life in what I was explaining is that you know there's there's lots of kind of strategies to become a mentor or our become M._N._t.. But it always begins with someone who's willing in open minded enough to take criticism and unfortunately we live in a world where a lot of people just don't WanNa do that. You know if I said this podcast is is way too long. Would you say what about you crazy. I have one hundred 's episode where you would you say oh actually maybe I'll listen to that right and by the way I'm not saying to these he's pro. I know I know I know I know but even so I like. I just posted remember Eugene of thought I just supposes something on face but reason and I said when I went much younger I listened so that I could in a position to defend myself. I self now when I listened. When I hear listen so that I can have empathy and just be in that person's shoe you know so I'm good see but that's it and I think that's really where mentorship went were? Mentor should begins as you have to. I be <unk> anti material and that's really where it begins and you're right. You have to be willing to empathetic and that takes takes listening so in terms of mentor mentors that you know entering to that relationship. How do we become that out? menti material do even have to know the <unk> or mentor you know we're mentorship begins in this sounds so cliche a lot of people corny and interesting because when I talk about this Jamaican particular Labor like Paulo you know get off that that's that stuff but it really becomes a matter of having a very high level of self esteem and having having high level of self love because that's what allows you to be able to intake right because you know that you're enough so you're already enough so therefore anything you get on top of that is a bonus so that's that's where it begins then after that Ah I think it is very important to identify. What is your Northstar in life? This is something that a lot of folks don't know when I came down on for. I was recently in Jamaica at the G._M.. M._B. Ellie yeah yeah it was it was phenomenal. It was it. Was You rock to off. Thank you thank you had such a good time and you know and I mentioned I talked a lot about avenue North Star and it's easy to Kinda think okay. What's my Northstar for my career right? What's my Northstar my business in in by the way that's different go for a lot of people but I say that's easier than thinking will which the North Star for my romantic life with Northstar from my religious like what's my Northstar for my physical right from my for my mental health what's north starring? I'm saying is that what is it who is it that you want to actually become right. Do you want what is that look like. What does that sound like? Who is it and the reason why it's so important to nail your north stars because unless you have a specific destination that you're going after you will deviate left and right and you'll be pulled left and right and you will be directionless right and you'll have a how a whole lot less satisfaction life but when you can develop northstar and say okay this is the type of business purse and I wanna be this is the type of husband I I WANNA be? This is the type of father I wanna be and you have you broken it out. You know a father does A._B._C.. Will they and you can go after you could go look for people who actually resemble that person that you WANNA be. I and that's the person the person who walks the talk through through their action. That's the person who you want to begin to develop a relationship with to become your mentor and I mean we can talk about strategy's definitely want to go there right so you've essentially talked about. The fact that we need to believe in the first step is believing that I am enough and as simple as that zone spot. I believe that is a major challenge orange for many people because suffering so many people I encounter daily. They're suffering a lot of self issues of heat out. They're not even recognizing that. They're in this vicious cycle that of course they inherited from their parents and their appearance from their appearances well so how do you I then get to that point of believing that you are enough. What do you need to do? What what is a practical <hes> thing that somebody listening right now? An entrepreneur can say add to get to that point because entre entrepreneur interest trouble with all these challenges as well On. I talk about this. A lot of people say you know don't talk about this or they are. They kind of you know they. Kinda turn off their brain is because it's exactly what you said this hard stuff and I and I think that the most basic way to look at it and to manage it is to think about Muslims higher give needs you know I think he he he broke it out very plainly where the very beginning at talks you know it's about all of these these base this needs. Do you have enough to eat. Do you have enough to drink. Are you shut altered. You can't begin to think about having a high level of self esteem or self love unless you have those basics right so that's really where it begins. That's the next that's the first level well then it moves into what he called. The safety needs right. Do you feel safe insecure now. This is very important because we're in a day and age where there's more abusive relationships happening today than there were hundred years ago. So do you actually sleep feel safe and secure in your home in yourself because if you don't feel safe if you don't feel secure you can't get to that highest level right so that that's the second part is safety then moves into we'll do you feel bill. Actually love you not necessarily romantic relationships but do you feel loved by friends and maybe even co workers you know socially do you have romantic love quite possibly but this is very important because social animals and you can't have that then you can't graduate to the next level which is the actual esteem and that at is. Do you feel this level of accomplishment. Do you feel the level of a a prestige each. Mrs Very Important to be able to feel like what you were doing. What you contributing to the world means something? If you feel like you're here is meaningless and you kind of punching into the clock day at work will then you're not going to be able brought to you need to get to that kind of that. High highs level of self esteem in then once you've reached that that is where you can then move to the highest level which you call self actualization but that's really where could begin to truly give love and that's where you can really begin to to move to that next level of mentorship that we talked about but you have to be able to walk through that hierarchy and so I would suggest anybody listening to this who feels like don't have a level of self esteem is I you WanNa look at do I have these base-level needs safety food warmth etc.. Do I feel like I'm in a relationship a loving relationship it. Doesn't you have to be romantic but loving relationship and then do I feel like what I'm doing is contributing to a better place to have been a world if you the answers to all of those are yes well. Then you ready the answers to any of those Oh will those are areas that that you have to work on interesting though because m thinking as you mentioned Pau Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory am also thinking a boats in the same junk show Maslow's theory of you've <hes> learning the for a state of learning where you go through unconscious incompetence then conscious incompetence than you get to this the third stage of conscious competence and then finally unconscious competence and perhaps purses. Who needs to be mentor? Don't know that they don't know that these things are happening to them. So <hes> that's another cycle that we could get into but we're going to stop it right here in terms of this aspect of the discussion right because it could take the entire conversation association. No we talked about being enough also talked about nailing your Northstar know that somebody for example listening now in their mind. They're going <hes> maybe for entrepreneurship Richard Branson for example. Who is somebody that I want to be mentored by know? How do you know <hes> get to Richard Branson for example and do you have to physically get to Richard Branson so somebody things I want you to take us through right? Now are two strategies to Neil or you know to have are not star mentors Gotcha okay this is this is good yeah so so the first part is when you're identifying a mentor. I think think it's very important that you make sure that it's not just someone who's -ccomplish the things that you want to accomplish but someone who shares your values is a very very important and I think it's very overlooked. <hes> you know so in in <hes> I'll take for example. You take someone like Jeffrey Basis. He is the C._E._O.. Of Amazon he someone who is depending on with the stock prices of Amazon. He's the wealthiest human being you know the wealthiest person on the planet. He's someone who so many people admire to be now. I'm an entrepreneur but he's no mentor of mine because we don't share the same values and the reason and why I think it's very important that you identify someone who shares the same values is because your values are your ruled book to life. That's like your cone right and if we share the same values that means that we would do seem like we we would choose not to do certain things or do certain things based on that coat but if someone doesn't share your values they're going to do all kinds of things to achieve their heights of life that you you would never even think of doing right because it's not within your moral code so making sure that that potential meant were shares. Your values very overlooked but very very important so that's that's really the next step right then then after you've confirmed all that and by the way you'll never be able to at one hundred percent confirmation as this particular person you know share share everybody value you one hundred percent confirmation. If you're using social media or books books were going to presentations there's to kind of ascertain who they are but you'll be able to glean enough to know okay. Do you know for example. One of my values is <hes> is is a Christian right. One of my values is family so thank you so very these Jesus is more important than than Joe La as I say to every west African African nine though <hes> but you know it's like every every but I could you could go to somebody's instagram account and tell that real quick. You know so that that's where that's where it begins then after you've identified all about you like okay. This is the person who walks walk. They've got the North Star. They share the same values right then. I think there's two pats you can take and you could do them. Simultaneously One is that we live in a Dane age where people are producing so much content that you could probably really identify anybody in the world and that person has a digital footprint right. They have blog posts that they've written they. Have you know linked in posted their written medium posted they've written articles. They've written books that they've written. They've spoke at varies universities and there's video taped footage of that right so where it begins one pack is to consume consume everything humanly possible on that person right everything and I've done that for many people people like Reginald Lewis People like Marcus Garvey people like people like <hes> I think the next president of the United States people like Michelle Obama right you know and you could do that and you can glean a lot from them so they could become a digital mentor for you never have to meet <hes> and they will impart wisdom on you that you'll be able to use in your life so that's one route. The other route is if you want to physically connect with the person and what I believe you could do. I've done this successfully myself. Is You identified by the person and then you figure out after you've stopped them right online you figure out how can you add value to that person now adding dot I'll use a term so many people us right now. We don't even know what it means anymore right but the way I look at adding value helping someone get closer to their goal so you're looking at whoever's account. You know you name them right. You're looking at Michael Lee Chin you know whoever's his account may be. You could say okay. What can I do to help this person get closer to goal so that means? I have to figure out what what are their goals right. What are they trying to do? All here's what you Michael Each in might be trying to do with this particular bank or here's is what he's trying to do with the Blue Mountains with regard to his his coffee facilities or here's twenties doing with regard to the hotel front or it looks like he is getting ready to lunch a new product product therefore he probably wants publicity for that he probably wants to know platform like the beyond a podcast or to be in a magazine right what you identify those goals you have to be astute enough and a stalker enough to know what those goals are able to discern those goals and then you come up with ideas on how you can actually had the value how you can get them closer to their goals and Ida just arbitrarily pull up Michalik Appalachian. I sent him specifically because I did the same thing with Michael Each where I reached out and one of the shows I host is our world for black enterprise and and I I reached out out to someone on his team and I said I you know we have a conference. I have an opportunity to interview someone live. At this conference I would love to interview Michael Each and here's the reason why Blah Blah Blah Blah long story short accepted right and it was an opportunity to meet him and I spent time having a one on one lunch with him before the actual event did the event was so the point there is that if you can identify defy and so I guess the larger point is everyone has goals. You could be a billion you still have goals and if you as the potential Medea can identify. Here's how I can help that person get closer their goals you you are a value at now after you've identified the values in you and you and you in you. I'm sorry the <hes> <hes> ways that you can add then what you have to do is then you have to over and over and over. We're in over again about it's not just a one time hit right so for example with Michael Each in yeah. I invited him out to this big conference in Atlanta. You know I interviewed him with great interview was great for added added for him reaching the goals he wanted to reach. What did I stop there now? The next year I was executive producing television show and they wanted to take they wanted to shoot the series in an island so of course Jamaica's my favorite replace I said but let's not just go to Jamaica. Let's go specifically to what hotel to try to into his hotel and I've found with mentors with potential mentors. Here's have been especially becomes the Business Dennis people will love you when you put money in their pocket when you put in their pocket they will love you a much different way and then if you're not putting money in your pocket right even if you were. So you WANNA continue to add value over and over and over and over and over again and then after adding value over and over and over again this bay take you years right. It's may take four five six seven in years then with going to happen is what Sheryl Sandberg said or what she wrote in her prolific book lean it right show Sandberg C._E._O.. A facebook in her book Leinen she wrote. You shouldn't ask ask anyone to be a mentor. If you ask someone to become to be your mentor it's too late in said you should just acknowledge this person. Wow is my mentor in what I mean by that is if you have interaction after interaction after interaction after interaction right. I'm meeting with my Appalachian <hes> seven eight nine ten times on the eleventh time. I don't have to look to him and say. Can you be mentor. He's ready humint. Just it just is at is is and that's what's happened to all the mentors in my life. I've never said could you please be rights too late. Instead it is let me figure out an ad is much value. I use is humanly possible and I'm gonNA keep doing it over and over and over and over again and I'm going to not only he do it over and over again. I'm going to do it from a very self list standpoint. What I mean by that is sure sure I would love for there to be a mentoring opportunity but I realize is the odds are there will be and that's the toughest part right to know that you may invest six seven years right investing in this particular person and yield is in the mentoring that you were you know that you were in anticipation but what I say as there's no waste time if you're always he's looking for the lesson I and so a long story short securing a mentor I think can happen in one of two ways you can go the digital routes right and just consume everything you can from a person digitally or you can go the other physical route which is going to take a lot or time and energy to invest but the yield is also much larger look for somebody with or with shared values is because that's important consume their content and you can do that as you're alluding and said that you know digital platform is digital content? Is Your so much there. There is no shortage of that so you consume content and keep adding value over and over again until you automatically. You know you don't have to even ask you become that person's menti you know and it's it's it takes awhile and so sometimes we want things to happen immediately want to see the results. You know immediately lately but it doesn't happen like that. An entrepreneur is no that at ten <hes> want you know overnight. Success is usually ten years in the making and so it's very important on that's we be very patient in the process at the sign Paul. I'm going ask you. I mean time been spent. Can you imagine we gonNa ask you to share your final thoughts regarding men to sheep so the entrepreneurs are listening right no-one contemplating. You know my next move their next move. Let's talk about your final. Oh thoughts as well as share your contact details with our community. I can't even believe that are by this. Tell you in short then I'd say <hes> you know. I think a lot of us look at mentorship as says we're looking up right. It's like how can I find someone who's been there done that much more experienced than me but mentorship doesn't always have to take that floor right and what I like to say it's funny funny. I just posted this. Maybe two or three days ago is someone had asked me what's the secret success and they said Bob. I'm sure you're GONNA say mentorship. I say it's actually not mentorship. I think it's surrounding yourself with the right people and and for me you know the right people always been four types of people. It's been one people who were just relentless workers right so you don't have to know more than me but I want you to be able to work your ass off right because it passionate ah about what you're doing your committed that actually inspires me to grind even harder so relentless workers number two or opt miss and I like optimists because at the end of the day it's very important to be able to problem mm solve it might be successful entrepreneur in an optimistic. Someone's always looking for solution so I'd like to be run optimus third or people who are just very inquisitive and the reason why is because like you e- either you know questioning everything you think you learn nothing in life and so people who are inquisitive helped me to become you know more inquisitive in Alaska at least dreamers will walk in the chocolate factory. That's my favorite movie of all time and I like to around people who make my dreams comparison and so if you're so so so what I'm saying is that I get mentorship through the dreamers inquisitive who's the no the optimist the relentless workers. I just make sure if you're listening to this in your goal is to level up in your career. Make sure you are so route -Unding yourself with the right people and you are disconnecting yourself from the wrong people the in terms news of my contact information. I'm at Paul See Brunson B. R. U. N. S. O. N.. On every platform but snap all right Paul see Brunson what a time we've had any has come to an end. I just WanNa say thank you so much. I value every every moment of your time again. It's been a year in coming here. We are and nothing happens before at a time I believe so I appreciate it. A you know you've added so much value to or community right now and I just want to see a big big. Thank you I appreciate you and can I say. Can I say one thing sure about what I think. Makes you stand out is that you are consistently persistent a really want to like shout this out in Intel everyone one. This is a characteristic that we all have to embody think of when people send emails people sent an email. Oh my God this person did respond back to me you know in a day or two and they'll just give up right or this week. We are so quick to give up now this interview a year at persistent and in order to make it happen. This is the reason why you're persistent. You didn't just an email with you you eventually you went through mutual friend of our it got it right and my point though is that that is grit and that's the reason why successful is because you have an so <hes> so I applaud unplug for them and I thank you for for acknowledging that poll and thank you for being you as well. You know I see you being real on social media elevate all right. Thank you so much people for us but tuning into this episode with Paul couric Brunton I look forward led to connecting with you next week until next time visit Hanikos his dot com and see which of my programs will serve you best as your inspirational leader. I have several resources as you know that can leverage you can leverage to who level up so today. I'm encouraging you to check out my online podcast course or sign up for alive upcoming workshop again visit Headache Walk Sports Dot Com and you'll find value to help you on your leadership and entrepreneurial journey remember you were born to win but to be a winner you must Santa Win. Prepare to win and expect to win what good we needed to risk capital. After total experience with local financial institutions was that they were cautious and slow to act an interest rates for far too high we had real concerns about financing our business outside equity investors I on the possibility of interference. 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Indicator Favs: The Recession Predictor

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:53 min | Last month

Indicator Favs: The Recession Predictor

"N. p. r. indicator for money. I'm cardiff garcia. And i m stacy smith cardiff garcia indicator. Telling everyone it's the truth though But listen it's been three really amazing years. I feel so lucky to have worked with you and same and before you left. We wanted to take this week and just look back at our years of collaboration. Yes this week. We are diving into the archives for our own personal favorites and stacey this is another one of your picks yes in fact. This was one of our very first shows. It was in the second week of the indicator however this particular episode it has echoed through our time together. I've never gotten more emails about this topic from listeners than literally anything else it's kind of not close to it is about the yields curve and almost as soon as we started the show. I mean we don't working together for like a month. I would hear you like waxing poetic about the yield curve. And i had sort of vaguely heard of the yield curve before but to be honest like really even know what it was and so i tried to sort of sneakily read about it so i could like figure out what you were talking about and i just got confused so i just decided to like. Put my ego aside and just ask you to explain it to me as part of a show. Superfund this episode originally aired in january of two thousand eighteen and it was called the recession predictor. But i have always thought of it as why cardiff loves the yield curve. There's a warning sign for the economy with an amazing track record and the last five times it flashed. The economy went into recession within about a year. Not only that but this warning sign this economic crystal ball. It is the result of trillions of dollars. Bets that people all around the world are making every day. Stop flashing yet. But it's close enough that it should probably make you at least a little bit nervous. Be afraid very afraid. This message comes from. Npr sponsor e. trade a bald eagle isn't bald shooting star isn't a star and e-trade isn't just for trading. There's lots of ways to put your money to work with each trade from saving for retirement to starting to invest and they have team financial professionals to give you support. So you can be confident. Your money is working hard for you to get started today. Visit eatright dot com slash. Npr for more information. Each securities llc member sipc. Today's indicator is the yield curve. That's the economic crystal ball. That is predicted the past five recessions in the us. And i gotta say it is one of my favorite indicator if you love the yields curve every time you talk about the yield curve you kind of light up and i have no idea. This is the case. Yeah the yield curve. Two words i word yield. Let's explain that is not an exciting. Where in fact all the traffic words. I think yield is the most boring of i love it. But in this case when we're talking about yields we're just talking about interest rates and specifically the interest rates on. Us government debt yes. The us government borrows money by selling treasuries and that is just another word for government debt and there are different kinds of treasuries some government promises to pay back pretty soon six months or two years some of them. The government says we're not gonna pay you back for a long time ten years or even thirty years and usually treasuries where the government pays you back over a long period of time ten years or thirty years those will give you a higher interest rate a higher yield treasuries where the government promised to pay you back sooner six months or two years those usually have a lower interest rate lower yield so normal times a ten year treasury will have a higher yield than eight six month treasury. And there's a reason for this when you expect the economy to grow a lot well into the future. You're going to invest more of your money in the itself like maybe in the stock market or in real estate. And i'm gonna give it to the government unless if the government really wants your money it can offer you a higher interest rate something high enough to attract your attention. The same thing applies if you expect a lot of inflation because if the price of the stuff you buy is going up you want to get paid and extra interest rate keeps up with that so okay. That's the yield part. Okay now you gotta talk about the curve part. I'm hoping that this is really what clinches it go ahead well we have to visualize it so try to imagine this on a chart and along the bottom the chart shows all those different treasuries six months to years ten years thirty years and then running up and down on the chart is the interest rate. You get for those different treasuries so the further to the right you go the higher the interest rate when you connect all these dots get a line that slopes up into the right. That line is the yield curve. Boom boom okay. Explain the boom. I'm not feeling the boom. But but maybe i will. So that's what the yield curve usually looks like okay but not always and this is where we get to the predicting recessions part so if you think the economy is gonna do badly in the future then you're knocking invest in the stock market. You're not going to invest in real estate instead you'll be desperate to buy treasuries because at least you know the government is a safe bet to pay you back your money. But that also means the government doesn't need to offer you a very good yield or a very high interest rate to attract your money. Okay so if people who normally buy treasuries are worried enough then. Long term interest rates will fall below short-term interest rates. That's right when that happens the curve flips upside down so if say two year treasuries or paying two percent and ten year treasuries are only paying one point five percent the curve is no longer sloping up now. It's sloping down. Economists call this an inverted yield curve inverted yield curve. This is the big recession predictor. Yes okay talk about why. The yield curve is such a good predictor and also to talk about what it's telling us. Now i call diane coyle. She's an economist at the university of manchester but more importantly for our purposes. She's like me. She just loves the yield curve. That's wonderful that's wonderful that you found her another person out. There loves the yield curve. The yield curve is one of the best single indicators. I would say the debate single indicator of west note we can expect an economic slowdown. And in the united states. Whenever the yield curve has inverted since nineteen seventy it has indeed been followed by an economic slowdown recession. So it's a kind of perfect indicator of when you're going to get recession. That's right every time. The yield curve is inverted since nineteen seventy a recession followed within about a year. Okay this assuming. I mean i have to say in fairness this is starting to seem kind of you on the yield curve training stacey okay a little nail biting his room for you by the way for seats. Okay we'll the thing. I really wanna know right now is are we an inverted yield curve. Moment right now in the us and we're going to tell you. Oh i right now. I want i want to point out something else. Diane says okay really great. all right. Part of the reason that the yield curve is such a powerful predictor is that it reflects the views of astonishing number and range of people and institutions. So there's more than fourteen trillion dollars of treasury debt that the public owns right now and almost half of the investors who own them are from outside the united states investors from all over the world by these assets and They've they combine amazing amount of information. About how things have behaved in the past what. Their views are about the future. It sounds like what you're saying. Is that the yield curve is like a crystal ball but it's crowd source to the whole world. That's that's a great way of putting it and Focus better when they do combine lots of different diverse sources of information. And it's somebody who follows your the yield curve so closely. What do you think it's telling us. Now it has recently got flutter so in other words the The gap between shoot rates and long-term on is not as big as as it was awarded ago. Okay so flatter and it used to be. that sounds bad but it hasn't actually inverted yet yet. That does not sound. Good are we in trouble. Is that what's happening. Way too early to say it could steepen again. It might never invert who knows. I can also say that people like fed chair. Janet yellen have made the argument that the yield curve doesn't communicate the same information that it used to that maybe the world has changed for reasons that are honestly kinda mysterious but this has been the most accurate recession predictor. And it's not looking so good. That's what you're telling me. Let me put it this way. It's possible that if the yield curve does invert again the economy this time will avoid a recession but betting on that also means betting that one of the most impressive forecasting streaks in all of economics will be broken. And i'm not sure that's a bet. I'd be willing to take. Whose side are you on card. I would definitely be voting for the break breakdown. But what i'm really hoping for is the yield curve just doesn't infer that starts to steepen again. That'd be wonderful. Means everything's both back to normal and going swell and that the yield curve remains intact exactly okay. This rerun was produced by alexi horwitz ghazi and originally by sally helm nick fountain. It was edited by. Julie myers and is a production of npr.

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How to Know if it's Time to Move On - 648

The Chalene Show

24:03 min | 3 months ago

How to Know if it's Time to Move On - 648

"What's up boo. Thank you so much for tuning into this lean show you looked at the title and you thought yourself yeah. There's some things that i'm thinking about moving on from like it might be time to quit. It might be time to make a change and so i'm super grateful that you're here today because that is what we are going to talk about. I hope that in this episode. I'll be able to give you some standards. I think measures some questions to ask yourself that. It's going to make it a lot easier to decide okay. It's time to move on. Let's do this now. You listen to the podcast. You listen to podcasts. In general which tells me that you are someone who is all about growth. You want to move forward. You don't want to move backwards. You want to be a better improved version of yourself. And oftentimes that means making a move in means leaving a relationship. They mean stepping outside of your comfort zone. It means letting go of something that served you in the past. But it doesn't serve you anymore and you might be struggling with that decision right now. For whatever reason. Maybe you've reached a crossroads in your life and you feel like it's time to make a change but you feel guilty or you're questioning your own judgment. Well i wanna help you sort through this by asking you some just pretty simple questions and it doesn't matter what we're talking about. We could be talking about a relationship your job a friend where you live your marriage a goal. You've been pursuing a hobby or a pastime. You just you know. It's time to give it up whatever it is. It really doesn't matter. I'm going to take you through the series of questions. And i hope and by doing so especially if you have a pen and a piece of paper. You're going to have a much more clear picture of your decision. Like i think you're going to know i'm positive you're going to know if it's time to move on or not. I don't know for sure if you're going to have the courage to do it. I think you will. But i do think that after listening to this episode. You're going to have a lot more clarity. And i'm just going to ask you some simple questions. Once you've decided with the answer to that question is. I want you to write that answer down in a statement form on a piece of paper. Okay because you're going to read over these statements and you're going to have your answer whether you take your own advice or not is up to you all right. Here's the first question. My question to you is. Does that thing that situation is it giving you more joy or stress and frustration or even pain like so is a more positive than there are negatives and that should be really simple yes or no okay so now once you know the answer to that i want you to write it down in the statement form so you will write whatever it is that you're trying to make a decision on you'll say this thing gives me more joy than it does frustration or this situation gives me more stress or pain or agony or frustration than it does joy. Just write down that statement number two. Does it feel like you are settling for less than you know. You deserve or less than your own potential. So what i'm asking is if by accepting in continuing to stay in this relationship at that job living in your parents basement hanging out with people who aren't on the same trajectory as you like staying in that situation. Do you feel like you are accepting less than you know. You have the potential to be. Are you settling all right now. Right that statement out by staying. I do not believe that. I am settling by staying in the situation. I believe that. I am settling compromising my potential next question. Have you done anything in your power to improve the situation because let's face it. I mean whether it's a job or a marriage a friendship. They go through rough times. And i don't want you to think just because you've answered some these questions in the negative as opposed the affirmative that it's an automatic. Okay must move on. Because i think this question is really really important. This is the question that is going to allow you to make a decision. That's guilt free and the question is have you done everything in your personal power to try to improve this situation. You know friend of mine. Who i love very very dearly. Who marriage is a very important covenant for her she's a christian and the thought of leaving. Her husband was devastating is. Just you know rock tour core. Joe said two small children and you know what she decided to do is kind of go through a list of questions like this but this particular question is the one that helped her to make the decision that she needed to make. Which was you know. She had to leave her husband now. Her ex husband but before she did that. And i'm not saying you know everyone needs to do this because there wasn't abused there. Were just other things without me going into too much detail. I'll explain that. She knew that in order to leave because of her own feelings because of her own experience as a child of divorce parents she needed to know in her own heart when she later head down on her pillow each night that she had tried everything within her power to make improvements. Let's try to improve herself. She tried to get them both to go to therapy or she got him to go to therapy so low. I mean they tried changing everything and gino's that she did absolutely everything in her power. But there's only so much you can do if only one person is willing to do the work right so you just have to ask yourself if it's a job and you're not love right now. Have you taken action. Have you talked to your boss about what it is. You'd rather do or what type of work you would find more fulfilling if you're in a friendship that has been very fulfilling in the past but now it just is more work and it's painful and it's stressful and there's always drama all right you know before you decide to just wipe your hands clean of this and move on. Have you sat down and communicated to your best friend or this person. What it is you think the two of you could work on. Have you worked on yourself. Have you looked at yourself. Like always start with yourself. I right like that's key sir with your self first and ask yourself. Have i done everything in my power to improve myself in an effort to improve the situation. Now that sentence would look like. I have done everything in my power personally to improve myself and to improve the situation or you right. There are more things that i could do to try to improve the situation or to improve myself. Now listen listen listen. Listen this question. You might have to ask someone who will be honest with you like i want you asset friend. Who's gonna tell you. It is using to ask them like. Do you think there's more than i could do. Could i work on my communication. Is there something if you were just being completely honest with me and and going to tell you right now. It's not going to hurt my feelings. They need to hear this. What more do you think i could try before. I make a decision all right all right now. Once you've made that put that sentenced in writing in your own handwriting. I have either. I've tried everything that's possible. Or there's more things i could try including blah blah. Okay next question. You need to ask yourself and this is another big one. This is another really big one. That's gonna make things so much more clear for you here. It is is staying in this situation going to hurt you physically or emotionally like. Is it going to have a negative impact on your health. Your safety your mental wellbeing or not. Okay so now your statement would look like staying in. This situation has a negative impact on my health in the following ways. Staying in this situation is not safe for myself or my children. Staying in the situation doesn't have an impact on my health or safety or mental wellbeing. Now i'm to go out on a limb here and just assume that you probably recognize that it is having an impact at least your mental health. You're thinking about it right now. To what extent. I don't know but i do think you should put that in writing. Like how detrimental is it for you to stay or is it kind of a neutral thing like you. Don't love it but it's not ideal all right. Put that in writing. Next question is staying in this situation compromising who you are and what it is you believe in in other words is staying in this relationship. You feel like you're dying inside you become someone you never thought you would be they. You've changed it's not for the better. Maybe you just feel like you're having to play small or in authentic or your covering up something you're having to play along and you just feel like your living. A lie or just not in alignment with who you know you are in in the beliefs you have and the person that you know you are meant to be all right so yes or no once. You've figured out the answer to that. And he put it in writing saying in the situation compromises who i am or staying in. The situation is not ideal but it's not compromising. I still am who i am. I still have my authenticity all right. So you've got to answer that question as honestly as possible. Now don't over exaggerate the stuff but be real. Be honest with yourself by the way. 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R. g. a. n. i f. i dot com slash. Lean for fifteen percent off our guys back to the show next question. Have you reached the point of resentment. Okay because once. He reached the point of resentment. Man i got to tell you that is emotion. That is so hard to recover from once. There's resentment towards a partner towards a job towards a boss. I'm not saying you can't. I'm just saying like that's the first thing you'd need to work on because when we feel resentment it's really hard to have an open mind to have forgiveness to have empathy and to see the potential for change so if you reach that stage. You've got some work to do if you plan on staying. So here's a statement. I currently feel resentment towards the situation. Or i have not yet reached the point of resentment. I can still feel empathy. I can still see the potential for change. I still have an open mind and open heart. I'm just telling you like once. Resentment kicks in is really hard to open up your heart next question. How often do you consider leaving the situation all right. So is this something that is on your mind for the moment you wake up and it's the last thing you're thinking about before you fall asleep or is this something you think about from time to time like you play with it every once in a while and then you forget about it. This is a really important area to measure you. Want ask yourself. How pervasive is this thought. Does it consume you. Does it occupy your thoughts. Your feelings emotions like is it interrupting you from having a good time like when you wake up. Are you in a bad mood because you think about the situation when you are happy about something and then you think about this situation. Does it like immediately. Rob you of your joy all right so now the way you would write this statement is i think about leaving this situation. What percent of the time like try to give a percentage twenty percent of the time. Ten percent of the time eighty percent of time all day like literally. Right out an estimation of how often you are considering or thinking about whether or not you should leave the situation. Here we go next. What is keeping me in. This situation is fill in the blank. Hesse what is it. is it the pay. The receiving is it because financially. You don't know if you could leave. This situation is a guilt. Is it obligation to someone. Else is familiarity or is it simply fear of the unknown. All right you've got your marching orders right out your sentence. The thing that's keeping me in this situation. There might be a couple of things it might be the kids. I don't know how we would support ourselves and fear of the unknown like whatever it is. I want you to just list out the things that are keeping me in this situation are and maybe it's more than that. Maybe it's sometimes we are really connected. And i love him and he makes me very happy like literally right all the reasons. Why when you think about leaving you actually stay at the moment at least to this point anyways. What are the things that are keeping us there and the last question. I want you to ask yourself. Is what behaviors or changes. Have you made in an effort to cope with the fact that you're really unhappy and remember even really unhappy situations. I personally believe many of those things we can turn around. I see people who hate their jobs like turn them around because they've made the changes they learned how to communicate and they've changed their attitude literally. Just changing your attitude about something can change everything like if you decide you love you live. You will love you live. If you decide you are sexually attracted to your husband. You're going to be more sexually dragged into your husband but if he also decide to the contrary then the contrary will be true. Our minds have a huge huge influence on our reality. I mean come on. That's a fact wanting to examine the way that you've been coping with the fact that you've stayed wherever you are wherever this is relationship job. A busiest started a goal. You're pursuing a hobby of friend group. Look whatever the situation is you don't love it or you wouldn't be listening to this episode right maybe at school. Maybe you're studying something degree or a a major. You don't love whatever it is. You're listening to this episode because you're struggling with it year. You're not loving it at the moment and yes that can be changed. But here's what i want you to identify. What negative things. Are you doing to cope with the fact that you don't love where you're at. Are you drinking more. are you smoking. Are you engaging in some type of disordered eating. Are you finding yourself isolating. Are you self medicating. Have you resorted to some other negative habits are you overeating under eating. Like all of these things like these are coping mechanisms. Are you gambling. Are you engaging in some type of addiction. Because you wanted to distract yourself from the fact the you're just really not happy in the situation and you know if you listen to a couple of weeks back. You heard britain. i shared. actually. I think it was me that shared it. Don't think brett was on that episode ii talked about how brett was engaging in his gambling like time. Minutes his gambling. In part of the reason why was he just felt really out of control in our marriage out of control and our business. And that was a distraction for him as most addictions are and he thought he wanted to leave. You know that was a really painful upset. If you haven't listened to go back and listen to it. And i think you'll find it pre eye-opening but when all that went down we both had to basically go through these questions and i've had to go through these questions. Not just in my marriage and answer them but by doing so. It helped me to realize. I needed to stay a helped me to realize it wasn't time to leave and that i had more things i need to work on that. There was more joy than there was pain and agony. It wasn't taking a toll on my safety or my health. It wasn't him. It was our lifestyle right so what we learned by going through these questions that we didn't need to leave our marriage. We needed to leave the business that we built. That was physical business. That didn't allow us freedom. That didn't allow us joy. We had to leave a relationship that forced us to kind of be on someone else's watch and to always be working for someone else and them telling us when to show up. And what did you know all those things that just ate me alive and it was going through questions like this. It helped me to make really difficult decisions decisions where it's like okay. I'm gonna lose a ton of money you know. This is a scary thing. And it's fear that's keeping me here but when you go through a list of questions like this right. Write out on paper. You just have so much more clarity right. So that's what i want you to do is literally just right out the answer to every single question that i've asked you and and right out that statement and then read through it and i think you're gonna feel the weight of the world lifting from your shoulders now. I'm not saying that you're not gonna feel some fear but you are gonna know what to do. You are going to know in your gut in fact right now you know in your gut what it is you need to do. You know if you need to stay and do the work and try to improve this and you also know if it's just time and you need to view the fear and do it anyways. That's what courage is. Courage is knowing i right. I don't know what it is. I'm going to do but i know i hate my job and i know i was meant for more and i know i want to build a business. I know i can. I'm scared as hack. And shaking and i don't know for sure how this is going to turn out but i know i need to try. I know what would be worse. Never knowing if it worked out what would be worse is spending another year saddling now. Living up to my potential. I know if other people can do a why not me whatever. That decision is for you. And i don't know what it is but i do know in this moment. I've got a good hunch. The you know what the right decision is so feel the fear and do it anyways. Make that courageous step create a plan. You know when we're afraid it's usually because we have no idea what's coming next and say just think through all the options there can't be that many options just think through them all imagine the worst possible scenario and then ask yourself okay if the worst possible within like be realistic right if a realistic worst case scenario were to happen what would you do okay right that out and then if this happened what would you do and if that happened. How would you respond. Like just know your options and it removes the fear not saying it's not going to be difficult but you don't have to fear the unknown if you actually embrace the possibilities. Listen i love you. I believe in you. I know you can do this. If one of those things that you are trying to decide is like leaving your job in creating side hustle. I can help you with that. In fact myself my son brock has been brett and sierra. Were all doing this together. And you can join me. it's free. It's a five day side-hustle challenge and we're gonna teach how to start making money online. It's not with network marketing. It's not with drop shipping like it's literally the easiest quickest most legitimate way to make money online in two thousand twenty one. We're gonna show you step by step by step how to do it to get the ball rolling. I'm not saying this is gonna be your you know your five year business plan but it's going to give you evidence that like you do have the ability to make money without having to invest money to start a business so i'm gonna invite you right now to get signed up for this. Okay all you do is go to my show notes. And you can click on it and says lean dot com slash hustle. And if for some reason you don't see that while you're listening to the episode you can just go to your safari or google and just open up your web browser like right. Now the show will keep playing and go to shalini dot com slash hustle. Enter your email address. And i'll send you all the details. You guys are gonna love this. And i strongly encourage you to do this with your family. Like if you've got a son or a daughter or a husband like it's super fun to do it as a family and you know if that's just you and you wanted with a girlfriend that's cool to either way. I don't know what the decision is that. 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Ask Charlie Anything 46: 12 Republican Senators Object, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Is College Still Worth It?

The Charlie Kirk Show

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Ask Charlie Anything 46: 12 Republican Senators Object, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Is College Still Worth It?

"Hey everybody today. On the charlie kirk show. Ask me anything monday. I take your questions that you guys have emailed us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com. We have the most comprehensive episode. When it comes to mike pence january six objecting senators all of it right here and before i go any further. If you want to win a signed copy of maga- doctrine we have a different type of giveaway. This week go to our youtube channel. Type and charlie kirk. Show us your subscribed by hitting that beautiful bell on our youtube channel. Email it to us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com. We'll select a few of you to win. A signed copy of the magazine doctrine. But the reason we are promoting our youtube channel is we are going to be there all week. I'm going to be in our chair with our research. Open top guests and the entire movement analyzing processing and communicating. What's happening in georgia. What's happening with the election fights. What's happening january six. 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So i want to start with kind of a general question that we have been receiving not one in particular which is all around what is happening on january. The six spend a lot of questions around that week did some very indepth podcasts. Last week on this topic. So i encourage you to check those out but i i want to go through it again for purposes for some people that have listen to this podcast. You're listening to this one. Obviously right now. If you're hearing what i'm saying and you want to dive into exactly. What is the significance of this week. So let me just put it. As simply and as bluntly as plainly as possible. This week we will find out whether or not joe biden will become the next president of the united states. January six is the final step before an inauguration is planned and quite honestly implemented january. Six is when the results from the electoral college physically. Make their way to the congress of the people of the united states in big boxes. They are delivered physically to congress. They are opened. They are counted by the president of the senate who is the vice president of the united states. That's a fun trivia question for a lot of you if you're with friends and family in the coming days or weeks say who's the president of the senate. Some people might say mitch mcconnell some people might say hopefully never chuck schumer. Hopefully georgia goes our waste. We never have to say that. But it's actually the vice. President of the united states unitary executive theory teaches us that the vice president is both the second in command of the executive branch and also the head of the united states. Senate they opened up all the results. They are counted in a manner and fashion that is very specific but also open for interpretation where the president of the senate the vice president has a significant amount of leeway. And then there's an opportunity to hear objections. This process plays itself out then. A president is selected. And if not then it goes to the house of representatives and the house of representatives of each state getting one vote will vote in a manner or a fashion to select the next president of the united states so the constitution says this very clearly upon such reading of any such certificate or paper. The president of the senate shall call for objections if any every objection shall be made in writing. Let me actually correct myself before i continue. This is not the constitution. This is statue which is interpretation of the constitution through house and senate rules and shout state. Clearly and concisely and without argument the ground thereof and shall be signed by at least one senator and one member of the house of representatives before the same shall be received when all objections so made any vote or paper from a state shall have been received and read the senate shall thereupon withdraw and such objection shall be submitted to the senate for its decision and the speaker of the house of representatives. Nancy pelosi shall in like manner submit any objections to the house for its decision so in essence there is protocol for how vice president mike pence has to follow this process. The protocol and the process warrants and necessitates the allowance of objections. Now nancy pelosi famously objected to the results in two thousand four which she specifically objected to the ohio. Election results were george w bush won ohio. If ohio's electors would have been put into. John kerry's category are not awarded to any candidate it would of went to the house and possibly john kerry would have become president in two thousand and four. That's how narrow the two thousand four presidential race was. In fact listless and to nancy pelosi in two thousand and four objecting to the presidential results play tape. People must have every confidence that every vote legally cast will be legally counted and accurately counted but constantly shifting vote tallies in ohio and mouth functioning at lan electronic machines which may not have paper receipts have led to additional loss of confidence by the public as elected officials. We have a solemn responsibility to improve our election system and its administration. We cannot be here again. Four years from now discussing the failings of the two thousand and eight election so if a member of the house and a member of the senate both object in writing to the results then a debate ensues now the breaking news over the weekend which was quite honestly surprising to a lot of us that thought that senate republicans. We're going to follow the marching orders of mitch. Mcconnell was a group of senators followed. Josh holly's lead including senator ted cruz bill. Hagerty of tennessee who has just been sworn in as a us. Senator cynthia lumps of wyoming. Whose terrific roger marshall of kansas new senator and tommy tucker ville of alabama. I think we have a new fighting crew in the united states. Senate only a further argument as to why we should. Everything can't win. Georgia also included on the list. Marsha blackburn mike bron who we have been very critical of on this program when he said good things about the insurrectionist terrorist organization. Blm inc. but we'll say good for you mike brown for signing onto this thank you. John kennedy from louisiana as well as long serving senators. Steve daines a friend of mine. Congratulations steve on. Getting six. more years and jim in hof in oklahoma. In addition senator ron johnson of wisconsin and james lankford of oklahoma a pretty impressive list and we do plenty of criticizing here of republicans on this program when republicans do not have a backbone or spine. These senators deserve our appreciation and quite honestly deserve credit. Cynthia lumps roger. Marshall bill hagerty. Tommy tucker ville marsha blackburn john. Kennedy steve daines. James lankford ron johnson. Ted cruz and josh hawley. They are simply objecting and saying the claims of voter fraud are so great. The changes in the election law in georgia arizona. Pennsylvania wisconsin and michigan constitutional. We will not put our name behind without substantial and significant objection to these results. Something that democrats have done multiple times before now. Twelve senators is a lot more than i thought we would have. I have to say that a couple of weeks ago. I was seeing no evidence whatsoever that any us senators. We're going to object however that is not nearly enough to give president trump a second term. This is significant though because it begins to build momentum a senator mitch. Mcconnell has already said that he does not like this objection process that is unfolding. We have dozens of house members. That will be speaking out mo brooks was leading the charge. Matt gaetz congressman madison cawthorn. The youngest person ever to be elected to the house of representatives madison cawthorn will all be objecting on january six so this is open to interpretation but some readings show that per objection. There are two hours of debate that will be granted that debate has this following provision in the provision of the us constitution and statutory code when the two house separate the decide upon objection that have been made to the counting of any electoral or votes from any state or question arising in the manner each senator and representative may speak to such objection or question. Five minutes and not more than once but after such debate shall have lasted two hours. It shall be the duty of the presiding officer of each house to put the main question without for the debate. So there is an expedient see that is built in to this process all the real power here is in mike. Pence's hands we are going to be talking about this frequently this week. Anyone who tells you including mike pence himself that he does not have the constitutional authority to count the votes in the manner that he chooses is not looking at legal precedent very clear. I don't like the fact that are election has now come to a pseudo parliamentary process that involves the discretion of the vice president of the united states while he is conflicted and involved in possibly serving other four years including the house including the senate when state certifications show a certain result. However this election is not like one we've ever seen with changes in state law mail in balloting fraudulent claims access to vote counting process the amount of irregularities the amount of data and evidence that goes to show. This election was unlike anything we've seen before goes to show that certain measures need to be taken forty. Nine percent of americans say their top new year's resolution is to save money in the next year. I agree well. Let's that handled right now when your family's switches to pure talk from. At and t. horizon t mobile. You could save over eight hundred dollars a year. That's real money every single month. 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We are not going to support certification via mike pence. Who is the president of the senate on january. Six joe biden will not reach that to seventy unless the claims of this fraud and these irregularities are answered boom that should've been the opening argument now chaos and bedlam would have on sued however that opening argument would have prevented joe biden from ever assuming mantle of president elect anytime anyone in the media would have challenged or pressed president trump. You'd say my vice president. Mike pence will do what richard nixon did in one thousand nine hundred sixty. He will ignore the state certification of hawaii n. Either not count the votes or put them in a separate category. Our vice president. Mike pence will do thomas. Jefferson did in eighteen hundred which is count the votes of georgia in a manner in a fashion consistent with voter integrity. We have precedent of richard. Nixon and thomas jefferson using the powers as the president of the senate of counting or not counting votes in a way that is in the pursuit of voter integrity. Now let me reinforce this. I don't like the fact that we're at this moment. I don't like the fact that we have now reached such dire straits as a country. I don't like the fact that we are now. Relying on a process that is open for constitutional interpretation. The idea that mike pence can do whatever he wants to do on january. The six i believe is constitutional. I also believe it's incredibly dangerous for future elections. I don't like it. However if we are honest with ourselves of what we are dealing with with the american democratic party of the fraud of the amount of illegitimate that have been uncovered in georgia pennsylvania arizona wisconsin and michigan that the very credible step project led by the former attorney general. Kansas phil klein is uncovered. Then don't we have a duty and obligation to our republican all the sacrifices that were made to hold the line and to save very clearly. We're not gonna put the votes of georgia in donald trump's category instead we are going to say. These are polluted poisoned illegitimate electoral votes. We are not gonna count them in either category instead the way that this should have unfolded which would have limited civil unrest media backlash and democrat. Opposition is the opening arguments. Should have been. We will not certify. The house should decide now. Some of you are probably saying. But charlie if the house decides biden a win no every single state as per the united states constitution gets a singular vote if republicans voted for president trump. There are more states that have more republican representatives than states that have more democrat representatives therefore the system would necessitate and warrant donald trump victory. None of this is easy and a lot of it would have taken long term strategic. Planning however let me tell you based on conversations that i've had with my sources people that are very close to the people making these decisions and the people. Doing these actions. Mike pence will allow objections during him. Overseeing this process as the president of the senate however mike pence is under the belief which i believe is not a correct constitutional interpretation based on the nineteen sixty precedent set by richard nixon that he will do anything but fulfil what. The electoral college has decided. Because of that we are stuck in a situation. Where unless we get to fifty republican senators or mike pence holds the line and refuses to count these ballots. That are poisoned and polluted. We will be put in a situation. Where joe biden will become the next president of the united states. Do i think the country is ready for a parliamentarian constitutional stress. Test right now no i. Don't i think that it would have taken sixty days of us including pr program. Doing this of us preparing the american people for this moment. If that would have been our opening argument november we could have gotten to a point. Now where the democrats the media would not have been. Shell shocked by this but now they are using descriptors. Such as you are acting seditiously. You are a traitor to the united states is what they're saying funny how they didn't call nancy. Pelosi a trader or maxine waters a trader when they objected to these results in two thousand four and two thousand seventeen. This will be the largest group of senators to object to presidential election results. I think in american history or in recent memory we also have the election of eighteen. Seventy six a president hayes versus samuel. Tilden where the house and the senate refused to come to terms of the true winner and as the great compromise ensued we found reconstruction ending in the south very bad thing and president hayes. A republican becoming president. The united states there is precedent an eighteen hundred eighteen seventy six and nineteen sixty of congress getting directly involved in election results. Do i like the long-term precedent. No however the state legislatures have done nothing. The courts have done nothing. So what do we have left. Do we roll over and surrender melt. That is not what i believe is the constitutional or the moral thing to do. However to make sure set all of your expectations correctly the likelihood of republicans getting fifty plus votes in the senate to object to hold the line. The likelihood of mike pence not counting the votes from the just the states in question is very low. I wish that was not the case. I'm going to be publicly encouraging. The president of the senate. Mike pence to not necessarily put the georgia votes and trump's category. We we are not asking for that just to say. I took an oath to protect the united states constitution. I served to protect the constitution in the congress as a governor and now is the vice president and the president of the senate and i will not certify and count the votes from states that changed their laws unconstitutionally. This is what the united states constitution. The president of the senate shell and the presence of the senate and house of representatives open all certificates and the votes shall then be counted. He can count them in any manner or fashion. You want whatsoever. It has never been challenged by the us supreme court. I the honorable mike pence. A friend of mine will disagree with that. Read it how you would explain the electoral process in one thousand nine hundred. I'm not totally and completely sure. And so here's what's likely going to happen as a massive rally. The president is having january. The sixths hundreds of thousands of people show up and rally. They'll be objections and a house objections in the senate. This could go late into the we hours of the morning. Which we'll be covering live on the charlie kirk. Show youtube channel. So make sure you guys subscribe to that makes you check that out an unlikely. The president of the senate. Mike pence will say due to a lack of congressional support. The objections have failed. The states are certified and that will be it. That is likely what happen but let me be clear that it's not what i think should happen and that is not what i want to have happened. I believe the house of representatives should decide this election. Whatever the house would decide so be it. I am not of the opinion that mike pence should put the electoral votes from one category. To the other. I think that would be in defiance to the will of the electoral college instead. I think the president of the senate should say i will not accept these votes from these five states because of the unprecedented insurmountable historic amount of evidence that goes to show. The selection was tampered with significantly. That is a different arguments and the problem with a lot of the people have been talking about this in congress and in the media the media has been allowed to frame us. As if we're trying to overturn an election. That is not true. We're trying to get to the bottom of the election and we want the true last line constitutionally decide this election the house of representatives so a lot of you guys are emailing us. This lot of you are asking about this as listening to this episode. Twelve o'clock eastern every day this week we are going to be streaming. Live explaining all of this calling out the good guys. We're gonna be doing the roll call in the us senate of who votes for this. Who objects to it. Who has the courage to step up. All of it will be covering all of that and so please make sure your subscribe to our youtube channel. It's one of the reasons why i'm not going to the rally on january. Six turning point action is being financially supportive of that rally. We are sending buses. But i felt the millions of people that we reach on this podcast on our livestream. A lot of people are going to need interpretation analysis of exactly what is happening. What is going on. So that is that is precisely why i'm going to be behind the desk all week to make sure you stay on top of that. I pray that the results from the electoral college in its current fashion inform are rejected and the house gets the determine this election. I pray that's the case as our great president. Says we'll see what happens. Let's get to the next question here. What's actually ties. Nicely to our thinker dot org book of the week charlie. Should i go to college. I've heard you talk about this before. Thanks so much. Karl from florida. Thanks carl so. There's a great book on thinker dot. Org and i encourage all of you guys to go to t. h. i n. k. r. dot org slash charlie. There's a great book that summarize they're called the case against education pretty provocative way -education system is a waste of time and money. Now i don't believe everything that bryan caplan argues about here. But i do want to say about thinker thinker dot. Org is really amazing. Because it gives you the capacity and the ability to distill big ideas quickly. Some of the greatest books are unthinking dot org. T. h. i n. k. r. dot. Org you guys can go there at thinker dot org slash charlie and if you wanna learn something new every remember. We talked about that. The importance of learning thinker dot org allows you to do that for example. They have books that you've heard of that. You just might not have time to read or listen to but you want to understand the ideas behind it like the federalist papers like how to win. Friends and influence people like mere christianity. Like live not by lies like man search for meaning like intellectuals are up from slavery at thinker dot org slash. Charlie t. h. n. k. r. dot org slash. Charlie you can listen to summaries of them in eight minutes or nine minutes or less so this book. The case against education wide education system is a waste of time and money talks about that very little what students learn in school actually ever be used on the job why most teachers are people who have never left school and why we put up with it. The author bryan caplan thinks this is unacceptable. So how can they prepare students for the real world. One of the most interesting parts of the book is something called. Signaling said signaling. Is the explanation for the gap between education and job skills apart that i really enjoy talks about the inflated power of a diploma and how that doesn't benefit society and also talk about the social returns on education or not nearly as grand as the propaganda and finally that. There's so much waste in the education industry that everyone's afraid to say it. The author is bryan caplan. He's an economist. And he again boldly argues that benefits of education in. Its current. Form are tremendously overrated. And so. i've always said that we should ask high school seniors. Hey why are you going to college. Not where are you going to college. I believe that we are encouraging generation to borrow money. They do not have to study things that don't matter to find jobs that don't exist and this book at thinker dot org slash. Charlie talks about talks about that and more in fact. I'm going to do an entire podcast once. All this january. Sixth stuff boils down and settles down and we have an idea where countries had it in the next couple of weeks. I'm going to get deeper into the college cartel what you can do about it. If some of you are looking for guidance or wisdom or advice or you. Just say charlie i want to at least send you some thoughts or ideas of where i'm going with my life. You guys can do that. At freedom. At charlie kirk dot com. Email us your thoughts. I want to dive into this but again. Just answer your question. There are great pieces of literature and wisdom behind white. You should do with your life. I will not go as far to say that. College is a waste at all colleges very good. If you have a specific reason to go college should be about education not accreditation but if you're just going to college to check a box and got a piece of paper that is not the reason to go okay. I want one last question here which is a little bit unrelated. I got a question from marco. From minnesota about friedrich. Nietzsche he said. Hey charlie i'm trying to understand the ideas of nietzsche. My professor seem to like him. What do you make of him. Thanks so much so look. I'm not going to be able to even unpack nietzsche's ideas if i had an hour but i have got a couple of emails about this people that have been learning about it. So i encourage every single christian out there and every single free thinker every single conservative or american regardless of your political or religious affiliation with people of all different faiths that listen to our podcast here to at least be familiar with the writings. And the ideas of friedrich nietzsche. He lived from eighteen. Forty four to one thousand nine hundred a. He has been one of the most influential. Writers thinkers and philosophers that you've probably never heard of a. He was heavily influenced by charles darwin. Who of course wrote the origin of species in eighteen fifty nine up to his time. He was the most openly hostile critic of christianity. Even more. so than karl. Marx friedrich nietzsche that god was a creation of the slaves to give meaning to their existence and hopes their masters. Will one day be punished. Now again if you want to be able to debate your professors understand where the leftist coming from. It is incredibly important that you are at least somewhat aware of friedrich nietzsche. He started the american atheist movement he was open critic and the belief and the idea of god he believed that if you believe in god that destroys your life. He believed that morality should be about the effect on the actor not the recipient he came up with this idea of the superman that we are waiting for the uber mench that german term for the super man. He heavily influenced fascists including the national socialist workers party and the nineteen thirties. He influenced ayn rand even though she hated friedrich nietzsche and he also had this idea of eternal recurrence that we are destined to repeat this life over and over again. Think that was. Probably when friedrich nietzsche was losing his mind later in life. Nietzsche was heavily influential to the post. Modernist garbage heat of urban markouzi. Jacques derrida on michelle suco but more than anything else. Friedrich nietzsche is known for two major quotes. And you might not even know that he was responsible for this. He's known for the quote that god is dead and also known for the quote of whatever does not kill. You makes you stronger taking a little bit out of context. Fridrik niche others different ways that people pronounce it but knee or nietzsche is the most correct or most well known a pronunciation but the thing that really made him well known. Is this idea of the will that the true essence of human expression is something that supernatural called the. Will that if you do not embrace your will the will of humanity than you are denying the full essence of what it means to live. It's really hard to encapsulate this in. Just a singular podcast but nietzsche was probably one of the first moral relativists ever to write. Some people would call him nihilistic some people would call him kind of the first existentialist writer. All of these are kind of buzzwords that are thrown around more than anything else friedrich. Nietzsche was a provocateur. He didn't mean to be one or maybe he did but he inspired dozens and hundreds of other writers to challenge the western tradition. He thought that people would only believe in god to reinforce this idea of the master slave morality. He thought that something that is evil is a label. Describe things that slaves do not like. He thought that the slave life has no meaning. He thought the only reason someone would remain being a slave is because they did not want to get punished by god who would then do the punishing of their masters. He thought gives must be cowards. And that's if you are to truly believe in the will because there are more. Slaves usually masters rebellion with then on ensue. He thought that we must judge nations by the output. Not the input. Are you building massive. Beautiful buildings are you creating good music now. Of course the idea of good and beautiful is something that we as christians chuckle because those are inherently objective terms some that is somewhat contradictory in the philosophy of friedrich. Nietzsche friedrich nietzsche had such an impact in the twentieth century from the rise of nineteen thirties. Germany to the rise of postmodernism post structuralism and eventually existentialism ism. He could be the equivalent of father. Abraham of the nihilistic post modernist american left. he believed that every organism must maximize its own power. Sound familiar to jacques derrida or michelle. Suco friedrich nietzsche thought that each individual needs morality. That fits their own life. Sounds very new. Agey or post modernist looking back at the teachings and the writings of friedrich nietzsche. It is chilling as he concludes in one of his fictional writings. That god is dead. The death of god and in some ways he was right he realized that christian tradition was starting the fall that secularism was starting to grow and now we are almost living in the world that he wanted where people are arguing for their own truth. That i'm the most important person in the world. This is embodied by a story of two people called leopold and loeb two disciples of friedrich nietzsche who were students at the university of chicago to try to attain. This idea of the uber mench. They planned and plotted a premeditated kidnapping and murder of a fourteen year. Old child uae because there is no such thing as absolute right and wrong and to prove this leopold and loeb thought that they might be able to get to a higher level of existence by believing there is no absolute morale. There is no acting evil. We will become superhuman by killing someone in cold blood against this western idea of the innocence of a fourteen year old. They are of course arrested. Tried put in prison one killed in prison. One later released the nineteen fifty eight but the chilling dark consequences of this philosophy. We're kind of embodied in what was called at the time of the crime of the century. This is a very brief overview. We received a couple of emails about this school of thought. Especially those of you that are in college. Listen to our podcast. I'm not going to be able to debunk or criticize the teachings of the writings. But i think it's fitting to end this podcast on the snow. I do not believe that. God is dead. Obviously because i believe in god. But i'm talking about more metaphorically and culturally. I believe that the west best days are ahead of us that not proclaiming the death of god but reaffirming because of god we exist. We have liberty and our entire civilization. If you are wondering what drives the post structuralist arsonist left. What drives these people go. Read a little. Nietzsche go watch a couple lectures on him. Dive deep into these ideas. And you'll realize that. Almost with joe listrik fervor the people that we are contesting against the fighting for something that is rooted in nothing started by a couple of people that preceded him but articulated and perfected by cultural critic. A poet's the probably had more impact where we are today. Most people don't even know. Even existed friedrich nietzsche. I call him an evangelist for nothingness and for darkness. But someone that's probably had more navigational impact on the trajectory of where we are in the west than anyone else understand him. Study him especially for christians out there and you will be better equipped than ever to be able to win arguments and spread truth. Thank you guys so much for listening. We keep our eyes closely peeled on the georgia runoff of you live in georgia. You have a moral obligation to go and vote the get engaging at your friends do the same email us your questions. Freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. You wanna get involved. Turning-point usa go to t p usa dot com. And if you want to support this program. Go to charlie kirk dot com slash said. Thanks so much for listening everybody. God bless speak to you soon.

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#495 James Peyer on Longevity and Curing Cancer

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#495 James Peyer on Longevity and Curing Cancer

"What's up everyone. This is anthony poblano. Most of you know me as pomp. You're listening to the pump. Podcast simply the best podcast out there. Let's kick this thing off. James pires the founder and ceo of cambrian biopharm a distributed drug discovery company developing therapeutics targeting the biology of each cambridge builds finances and manages a pipeline of therapeutics. In this conversation we discussed the nine hallmarks of each molecular damage. How to add healthy years to your life prevention verse reversal of diseases and distributed drug companies. I really enjoyed this conversation with james. And i hope you do as well before we get the episode though. I wanna quickly talk about our sponsors. I up as exodus. Exodus is leading the world out of traditional financial systems by building beautiful and user-friendly blockchain products with his focus. On design and use. Your experience exodus has become one of the most popular love cryptocurrency apps. 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Let's just jump right into your background. all kinds of crazy stuff today but just kinda give people context in terms of what you've done previously in got you into the longevity space absolutely so that james pyre I started my career as a scientist cited a phd focused on the stem cells in the blood Worked on leukemia work on stem cell transplants than knew that i wanted to get into drug discovery so switched consult for big pharma companies for awhile launched a vc fund which was the first vc fund to focus on longevity or to build companies around around this longevity topic and then now for the last couple of years. We just came out of stealth. A few days. Ago i teamed up with Co-founder christian anger. Meyer to start. This company called cambrian. Which is we call it. A distributed drug discovery company or a disco focused on aging I got into this space actually really early in my life. When i was a teenager my grandfather was dining of cancer. And and you know was on hotshot arrogant no at all and tried to to learn whatever i could about. His disease and i came to this really depressing conclusion. Which is that. We were treating all the diseases of aging like cancer wrong that we were waiting for these diseases to happen to us and only then trying to use medicines to unwind them and that was fundamentally the wrong way to approach these diseases that we should instead understand them. Try to attack them before they appear and only then could we cure them. And i've been spending my entire life chasing idea so let's get into a little bit of disease There's a lot of people who just say. Hey we get older. Of course that happens to. I think the conversation is changing a little bit to this idea of aging is a disease But i want to break down with what exactly is happening as you age Kind of why. There's a growing portion people who believe that we can actually treat that prevent it delay kind of all these different aspects ensue. I let's maybe start with like the nine hallmarks of aging. You guys have done a ton of work of identify knees in explaining them travel elaborating on. But what does it mean when you talk about the nine hallmarks of age. So i think this is really the right place to start So the nine hallmarks of aging are basically nine different types of molecular damage that build up in our bodies as we get older. And so we don't just you don't just get cancer right the moment it doesn't appear it happens over a very long period of time where different aspects of our bodies are breaking down little by little in the case of cancer you have dna mutations that accumulate one after the other creating an evolutionary selective pressure for some cells to out compete others until you run this cycle long enough that you have this uncontrolled tumor and the damage. That starts all of this. That are mutations in our dna. That happened randomly. Even in our twenties and thirties that are constantly happening Way before we get cancer and there are nine of these types of damage that include You know chronic inflammation. That happens you just more and more as we get older. Build up of aggregates like the aggregates that called that caused alzheimer's disease but there are more than just amyloid tau aggregates. That are building up all the time and the machinery that machinery that we have recycling mechanisms for chewing up those aggregates degrades over time as ourselves and our tissues get older and so there are two this group of scientists in this emerging field called jerry science right the study of what makes us age have mapped out way more than nine particular mechanisms but they fall into these nine categories that we call the hallmarks of aging which define the different types of damage. And and what we've been able to do with those nine categories which were only kind of distilled into a single diesel about Seven years ago to twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen What we've been able to do since then is you. Pick one of those types of damage and you tweak it right either preventing it from building up or removing it from an already aged animal and we see this amazing thing happen. Which is you can take a mouse for example tweak one of these hallmarks of aging and it just lives longer and healthier than it ever would in the past so instead of living. You know For a mouse like two and a half years. It's living three or more years instead and instead of getting sick at two years so that it is at two and a half years. It's only getting sick at you. Know two and a half or close to three years and that change is fundamentally what gets me excited about the space because would mean you know if we could translate that into human biology. I it would be way better than like a magical cure for cancer or something like that. As far as like the number of extra healthy years of life we could distribute to the population. We can talk about that. A little bit morris. Yes i want to talk about it. Just a very high level We took up molecular damage. Just explain that very quickly people. Because i think that that's Somewhat table stakes in kind of the scientific community in chevy community. But there's a lot of people who won't understand what that actually means for so we're all just collections of cells cells are bags of fat containing water protein dna and other molecules right and the molecules that make up. Our bodies are changing dynamically all the time and so so. We are constantly being assaulted with you. Erase from the sun or crap that we put into our bodies that we eat or even just like random changes as we get older. We're like are the that are our bodies are not designed to live to function forever in an unchanging state and as as these different environmental and natural impacts affect our our cells and our tissues. Things change over time So let me try to do a better job of explaining what molecular -ly we mean here right and i think that would actually help to maybe touch on the nine hallmarks of aging. Really really briefly. Just so we know what we're talking about At cameron we separate these into three categories of changes that we think of as like changes inside the cell so i already mentioned in cats. Are we have to the dna but also as ourselves divide. The ends of our chromosomes called the telomeres which you and some of the listeners may have heard of. They get shorter every time. A cell divides right. And so that's another kind of molecular damage in a way because ourselves are becoming less able to do more divisions every time they defied so then there's also inside the cell a loss of what's called at genetic information so this is some of the markers on top of the dna That yet that change which genes are expressed in which sells at which time and more information is lost their the less well. The cells performed the job. They're supposed to do then. We have a second. Category of like whole cellular level dysfunction so cells themselves can become old and dysfunctional. You call this cellular senescence where they were supposed to die but actually failed to do so and they operate they they start operating in this different program. That's us placatory cytokines. So basically inflammatory molecules out into the environment and they can cause quite a lot of havoc even if you only have one one. Out of every hundred cells being in this senescent state And similarly another kind of like whole cellular level dysfunction we have the power plants ourselves the might andrea that make energy though start working less and less well over time as our bodies get older and so those might. The the power plants can become dysfunctional. And there's a few different types of molecular damage that can make a cadre not work. Well so this is kind of a second team of cellular level dysfunctions and then. The final theme is tissue dysfunctions. So we have stem cells in our tissues right Trying to regenerate Especially when we're young regenerate injured orbits our livers super good at regenerating for example are bone marrow. Our immune systems are super good at regenerating. But as we get older the stem cells. That are fueling all of that. They get worn out over time and and they'd be are able to regenerate less well Another one that's in this kind of like or level or whole tissue level is The topic of chronic inflammation So long term chronic inflation does horrible things to a tissue. It turns from being very flexible and and flexible and regenerative to what we call fabric. Basically we become more and more like a scar as we get older not just on our skin but in all of our tissues and so we're spending a lot of time thinking about this increased scarification That happens not just in our skin but in our liver and our kidneys Our hearts our lungs as we get older. And what molecular tools we could use to reverse some of that to to make our tissues or more flexible more able to regenerate Instead of hardening up so it gets into a little bit of scientific detail but hopefully gives a sense of the types of damage that we are thinking about In this jared field. It was so interesting about this. I think that there's a sequence that people may or may not understand which is that. A lot of this molecular damage happens. In what most would consider your healthy years and then it actually shows up ten twenty thirty years later instead. Be talk through a little bit of like that sequencing around the when the damage happens but then also at when it shows up in how. That's not actually happening simultaneously in most cases. It exactly. I think that that's the key to understanding this whole field is that When like when someone is diagnosed with its sees like alzheimer's. Let's say that that alzheimer's diagnosis is. It's not the start of the disease it's one inflection point of a really long process that's been happening in that person And and so what. This field of aging biology jara scientists. Helping people think about is that if we can understand all of the damage that's building up ten years twenty years. Thirty years before will be a fina. Typic- effect right so before someone who's actually losing their memory or unable to walk or unable to eat or something like that can happen to a patient with alzheimer's or in the case of you know cancer before you see a big tumor that metastasized if we can understand that damage in the ten twenty thirty years leading up to it measure that damage and then use a biomedical intervention to either stop it or reverse it before we get a disease then. It's a much easier problem to solve than it is to try to react to a disease once it's already happened And i actually have like a kind of nerdy scientific Way that example. I like to use to think about this as a vc. In bio we invest in companies like cancer companies for example right and one of the ways that drugs are tested in cancer companies. You give a mouse tumor and then try your experimental treatment to see if the mouse can clear out. It's too right and so it's pretty standard practice. You're giving my mice cancer during the cancer. And then you can use that as justification for trying to humans later but as a vc. One thing that we all do we make sure in these mouse models of cancer before retry are experimental treatments that the mouse has been injected with the tumor and the tumor is like grown. Big and scary enough that you know. It's going to be hard to for the for the treatments to clear out that tumor because if you treat the mouse too early when the cancer is just developing we know that almost every anticancer treatment works really really well and you get like hundred percent curates but that doesn't then translate into good results for patients human patients that have advanced tumors. And so it's this fascinating situation to me in a know a bit nerdy here. That like we're turning the thinking on its head. Where like a lot of the investment thesis in how we think about mouse models has been. How do we make sure we can replicate advanced stage human disease in the mice so that the mice that we're treating look more like the patients that retreating that's one way to think about This investment thesis but but this garrisons have opposites almost turns it on its head which is like if we know a way that we can cure cancer almost every single time. Why don't we start thinking about how we treat our human patients. In the way that works almost every time in our mouthfuls. And i think that that kind of flipping of the script is is the one of the powerful ideas behind this one of the most fascinating things to me. in all of this was when i learned about brit weinstein in kind of a lot of controversy around the mice and the shortening of telomeres. Kind of how much of mice came from the same place without getting a super in detail about that whole situation to go google it but It really just showed that like hey. This is still science and if you don't get kind of a bunch of stuff right of the conclusion can be inaccurate And so this whole idea of like what's the framework tried. You try to replicate the human disease in a mouse and then go ahead and address it or do we just figure out how to cure my student. Should we bring. that's the is a fascinating way to look at. It would wanna talk about Next is this idea of healthy years christian. I've talked about this. And i think a lot of people when they think of longevity they just simply say okay. We'll the average. Human lifespan is seventy seven seventy eight years. Whatever it is now. How do we get that eighty and then how do we get that. Eighty five ninety one hundred and that makes sense because you just wanna live more years but but actually there's a difference between living for an extra twenty years at the healthy or unhealthy state of a nine year old versus living an extra twenty healthy years. That might actually be more like you know what you feel in how you operate at forty five not actually feeling the effects of older age until maybe your sixty five and then being able to kind of catch those healthy years so talk a little bit. Just how you think about Healthy years versus maybe non healthy years in why it's so important to to focus on the former reds in the latter. I think you you nailed our thesis right off the bat there which is if we only extend unhealthy unhealthy period at the end of life. We're doing a disservice rather than a service to the population at large. So anything that's worth doing has to extend that the number of healthy years and that's our ultimate readout so whenever we talk about it we actually avoid the term life span altogether unless it has the term healthy put before it Or you know. I think the most popular among people in our field is actually to talk about in terms of health span as one word or my favorite again wonky term which is qualities the quality adjusted life years where this is kind of how insurance companies think about quantifying human human life happiness kind of that Cross product and and so the positive news here is what we've seen both in humans as our lifespans have risen from thirty five at one hundred twenty years ago at the start of the nineteen hundreds to close to eighty. Now we've seen as human lifespan has gone up. Human healthy lifespan has also gone up dramatically. Obviously because we're dying of these chronic and horrible diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disease and alzheimer's now there is a tale period of unhealthiness that most of us experience at the end of our lives. But but in humans we have been able to extend that healthy lifestyle portion out very significantly and in mice and other model organisms that we've been able to use drug interventions to extend those the healthy life span of those animals. You basically never able to increase just the unhealthy portion of life because one of the conclusions. Or i guess the assumptions from this damage theory of aging. Is that once. You've got a critical amount of damage that's gonna send you kind of tumbling downhill. Which will ultimately result in your in the organisms death like you can't undo that that hill from that inflection point so it's much simpler to extend the time before you reach that at turning point that starts you tumbling downhill. And so when. I talked a little bit about like the mouse life extension earlier you extent like the way that essentially all of these treatments because you extend that healthy period and then the period of decline that ultimately ends in the death of the organism actually stays fairly constant because once you've reached that threshold then there's almost nothing you can do and it's a matter of time got it. Let let's think through a little bit there's multiple. I think schools of thought around prevention reversal scott treatment Kind of old and inverse gonna make it as as painless as possible It is enjoyable. Possible heavy look at those three buckets right kinda prevention reversal or treatment And is one better than the other Is it kind of no. We needed to do all three at the same time to to get the best outcome. Just what what's the framework to think through that. It's a really good question that we could probably spend an hour talking about to ticket justice but i will put it in in kind of almost like an easiest to hardest term sort of terms where prevention is always scientifically the easiest thing to do but from a a treatment perspective both getting drugs approved through the regulatory system like the fda but but also in like choosing which patients to treat prevention is the hardest so scientifically easiest. Practically the most difficult treatment is scientifically in some ways. The hardest Like it's much harder to unwind these diseases after they've already appeared and but for from a regulatory perspective. It's much easier because that's how our healthcare system is set up. Today it set up to be reactive waiting for someone to get sick and then now we know like we approve a drug to see if it can you know shrink your cancer or something like this but the sad reality is that we haven't developed enough drugs that can work work that well in a lot of people so if if you look at the past seventy five drugs that have been approved in in to treat cancer over the last ten years The average amount of extra time a cancer patient gets when they go onto one of these drugs is about two and a half months of extra lives right not a huge bonus for the fact that we're spending hundreds of billions of dollars a year conducting clinical trials in cancer therapy and so it's not zero progress at all and there's tons of of Discoveries being made but it's just such a scientifically harder problem than than prevention and then the final one around reversal. Like this is in some ways you know in some contexts you could think of a reversal as treatment and so let's say in the context of cancer reversal. Probably isn't an option right like once. You've got cancer. You can't just like reverse the damage that caused the cancer from being there. Because if you would it would just be a treatment for the cancer so reversal is really something that you have to think about in a tissue specific or a disease specific. Sort of way where it's like before you have something that's going to definitely kill you But when they're still time to undo the damage kind of sit somewhere in between treatment and prevention and and so. I'll give a couple of examples here. Like let's say i'm getting into my seventies or eighties and my muscles are becoming way weaker. Right and my bones are becoming way weaker. So this is now already happening to me. I'm getting less less robust. And we could try to use a therapy to strengthen my muscles to strengthen the structure of my bones so that i don't continue to get more frail kind of like resetting me back to the point where i was in my forties or something along those lines. From a scientific point of view that's harder than the prevention aspect. But not as hard as trying to you know. Put me back together. Once i've had a fall in my late eighties and my hip is shattered And then from regulatory perspective actually looks a lot like the prevention part because again we're weakening but we haven't been diagnosed with a major disease the fda kind of looks at all of that in the same in the same way and so A lot of what we focus on. Is this reversal and prevention ideas. And we kind of bundled those together into one way of thinking about like medicines that we can use before a true disease happens. That's either preventing damage from building up a reversing at once. It's there that's the same category for us. Everything you're talking about is Incredibly complex and there's a lot of really really smart people working on it and there's a lot of people who are doing it for all the right reasons in terms of They want to make a difference. They want to increase life. They want a half people live healthier lives. There's also people who are doing it from four prophet Kind of perspective profits the number one thing that they're focused on. I don't think neither. Do i think that you nor christian believes that those things have to be mutually exclusive like actually. Think that there's world here where you could date a capitalistic perspective And the capitalism or the pursuit of profits actually drives revenue which then can be reinvested to further Kind of the health impact in probably the most sustainable model at losing so far But you guys have a spin or a very of how to finance a lot of this work In in one of the things. That i think is fascinating to me. Is that most of the people in this space covering the sites where they look at it from a scientific perspective And there's a constant Mouse game how do i get funding. How do i get a grant. How do i get some level of financial backing so that i can actually spending time with mentally kind of with resources to actually make an impact. You guys are looking at this kind of this. Drug discovery company models favorite. Talk a little bit about This disco a d. I s c. O you guys talk about a lot and then talk through. What are the variations or changes that you think of from a financing perspective. That should lead to kind better outcome. More sustainable platform app said. There's there's a lot of threads that can pick up there But but maybe before we jump deep into the discount model. I wanna just emphasize one of the pieces that you're talking about. Unlike doing this for the right reasons kind of how drug discovery in general works Because there are a few different ways that people have been doing this. And i think that you articulated the biggest problem for folks trying to think about developing drug for anything is the funding question. That a lot of drugs that start clinical trials ultimately end up failing and that those failures are usually very expensive to figure out because it takes you know tens or even hundreds of millions of dollars to run a phase one than a face to face three clinical trial. We've seen that with With covid vaccine said everyone has paid attention to these incredibly expensive human experiments to run and so One of the cool things about the pharmaceutical industry as it exists in the free market for all of its flaws and it has many. Is that once you start going down a path that's going to cost one hundred million dollars plus to get you from the idea stage to an approved drug that at the end of that it really never make sense to start to say like oh this is just gonna be for one small group of people right that you actually want to get those drugs to as many people as possible at the right price And so there's there's this old joke in the pharma industry that it takes a billion dollars to make your first pill and it takes a fraction of a penny to make your second one And that what what that means for supply and demand curves. Is that win. A medicine is applicable to a large fraction of the population. It drives the price way way way down. And so the closest thing that exists today to what we would think of. As one of these jared protective or age slowing drugs is actually the drug lipa tour. So these statins that reduce cholesterol. That's the closest the closest equivalent to what's been on the market so far and those drugs at their highest point never cost more than four or five dollars a day and it was the most profitable drug of all time because it reached so many people and so when we think about doing this for the right reasons and kind of like mixing and matching of the the profit motive with the with drug development. I think there is actually kind of a positive story there so i just wanted to pick up on that thread. The the second piece that you talked about as as it relates to how we fund drug development. Today we've actually been in this really interesting quiet revolution where two things are. Changing a lot in science and the first part is that universities and like academic research scientists because of all of the genetic sequencing tools and like advances in chemistry advances in genetics. That have been happening. So you can do so much more now in university lab that twenty or thirty years ago as far as making a drug and so almost all the majority of new drugs are actually discovered at universities spun out into biotech companies and then are eventually acquired by stig pharmaceutical companies. That do the late stage clinical trials because this is working so well on the flip side. The big pharma companies are actually powering down. There are indeed and and relying more and more on gobbling up through eminent. These small research companies right and so the intersection of those two things means that there's tons of good ideas inside of academia that need to do the research and development work to prove to a big pharma player that their ideas worth a damn and so they're constantly fighting for funding and so the vc's the funders funder kind of become the gatekeepers in this And you have this. Really kind of mixture of ceo's coming into a biotech company pitching a vc to try to get funding. And then you know getting a little bit of data pitching more vc's bringing more in and tell you can kind of like finally roll a big enough snowball to get absorbed by by a pharma company But it's really messy. It involves a lot of hype generation and and like a lot of like who you know sort of conversations And ultimately what we've seen is that it can get disconnected from the value of the underlying science and so when christian. I came into this field. What we wanted to do was build an organization that could have this scale to take a lot of different shots on goal so that some of them would ultimately succeed and and then at the individual asset development level make our decisions exclusively based on the quality of the science. Not on how hyped. It was or what the last valuation was her who who had invested before and so with with cambrian we've been able to like absorb fifth almost fifteen different projects that started at universities into our umbrella and now we can continue to resource the ones that are working With more and more money to kind of get them into clinical trials and if an idea fails like that's a tough message to deliver to that team but it's better for us as the ultimate like the organization that's footing the bill to make that decision early instead of trying to whole more and more capital in like hype it up in hype it up. Try to get it out the door and then have it ultimately fall on. Its face and so. That's a bit of a you. Know a a lecturer on this and we can go deeper are stay at a higher level as how this model works but changing those incentives around so that i can talk to my ultimate investors and not have to sell them a bill of goods around how this one technology is going to change the world but instead say look have this thesis around how. We're gonna create this new category of preventative or proactive medicines targeting the hallmarks aging. If you believe that this hypothesis has merit to it. We're gonna take enough shots on goal to get one two three four things working and we. We don't need every single projects to To ultimately be the golden goose. I think that's a very powerful idea absolutely Recently came out of stealth. You've been working on this for about two years or so What can you share in terms of who some of the investors are kind of how you been funded today. Yeah so So cameron is a biotech company. Not a vc fund. All right so we actually have attracted investors that are traditional company. Investors started this together with christian anger. Meyer who runs a pirate investment group Who's also behind A few other really interesting projects including one called a that is Commercializing all of the psychedelics For use in mental health disorders and actually running clinical trials in those so christian is the biggest single investor and cameron. But then we've also attracted a really really good group of other folks. I can't talk about all of them. but but among them our future ventures which is steve jurvetson and marianna scientists fund. steve was one of early investors. On the and on the board of tesla and spacex. And it's just like they are just really far thinkers about what the future is going to look like have been huge supporters Mike nova grottes. Who is a bit his. Really big in the crypto space as well as doing a ton of other smart investments also involved in in the psychedelics. Work brent. Saunders who is the former ceo of allerton which was acquired soar fifty plus billion By abby is really interested in this space and then These biotech specific bc. They start up all tomorrow called. Kata leo Also participated with us. So we've got this kind of like cool group of eminent tech investors entrepreneurs some folks from the crypto world. Kind of like all coming together to to support this mission per camper in And we've raised sixty million so far. But i can say kind of like on this not off the record but like not on paper sort of format that that i've had the the luxury of being able to turn down about three times as much money as we accept it which is a really cool place to be. A part of this is obviously Financing is an important part of the drug development and distribution and you've got A recent announcement on sesay There's been a of a market angle this What exactly is sense. Say how does that fit into the cambridge model and then talk a little bit. Whatever you can share in terms of the public market. Yeah absolutely so suspense as a cancer vaccines company that we started working with right when we started cameron That was had already completed a phase one clinical trial and needed funding starts phase two clinical trial. We partnered with them are that Before touching a little bit on what their product specifically does i wanna put it in the context of like why this fits in cambrian and so every program that we put together has to have two features The first feature is that it has to target one of our hallmarks of aging and and and if it targets one of the hallmarks of aging. We think it can ultimately be used as a preventative or a either a prevention or reversal. Therapy somewhere down the line but the key is somewhere down the line. It has to also on the other hand be able to be built as a real biotech company that can deliver short to medium-term value for investors today within the existing regulatory environment. And so what got us excited about. Sense say is that these guys had figured out how to make a cancer vaccine you could give to patients with an already established cancer. They would kind of like stu. Some sequencing kind of medicare some of the genes that were over expressed in that tumor. Make a cancer vaccine to that. Could boost the person's immune system to attack the cancer cells and it was working right and we don't have to go too much into the specific details but but basically at the not the thirty thousand foot level but at thousand foot level In order to turn your immune system on to attack cancer cells e need to trickett into thinking that that the cancer cells are infected. And so what these guys have done. Is they've taken a hollowed out. Virus that normally infects bacteria doesn't affect human cells and layered cancer proteins on top of it injected it into a person that person's immune system noms on that Bacterial virus with cancer proteins. I realize i've been like it. Looks like there's a viral infection. Here what should we respond to. And as it chops up all of the different pieces it shows the immune system all of these cancer proteins which then as the system starts to look around the body for like where these quote unquote viral infected cells. Are it finds all the tumor cells in that. That is kind of like a something that people in the cancer in therapy field have been trying to do for fifteen years And i haven't seen done as successfully until i met since a and discover their platform. So that's that's kind of like how how this works but the really cool thing about this is in addition to treating people with stage four metastatic cancer people who have no other options left. Which is the people that sense as been treating right now actually been able to help a substantial fraction of them we think In addition to that the platform has this really cool potential. Which is i. Don't know how much you and your listeners have paid attention to some of this stuff like there's this thing called a liquid biopsy that's been developed just in the last couple of years which is like before you could even detect a tumor in your body. You can start texting like single. Sell single tumor cells circulating in the blood And people have been able to pick up. Oh can we use advanced sequencing techniques to find those tumor cells in the blood and so in the longer term. We could imagine using this vaccine technology. Not just treat people with no hope left but to actually go in for regular checkups. See if there's any little bits of tumor cells in our body vaccinating ourselves there before. We even detect a tumor to prevent a tumor from happening and even in the long term to to use technology. Like this the same way that we have. Hp vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. Why couldn't you do this with other proteins to prevent lots of different types of cancers. It is very theoretically possible. And it's just a matter of building a platform that's both powerful enough and we think safe enough to justify doing that And so that's where on term viciousness. So that's yeah. A little bit of overview therapy got us excited about it in talk a little bit about the public market aspect to it and why. That's absolutely so. I talked a little bit already about this kind of change in supply and demand right as university program university spit out programs in the small biotech companies have become the wellspring from which all new medicines arise and and so the history of these companies goes in one of two different directions. Either they get gobbled up by big pharma company or they raise a bunch of funding and can have go go it on their own which usually involves a path into the public markets and especially since cove it with you know clinical trial data being on the front page of the new york times and the wall street journal every day regular investors have started to get biotech much more than they did in the past and they're they're able to make informed decisions about what's you know what's a what's working and what's not by looking at these Clinical stage biotech companies. And so the the ipo market for biotechs has exploded in the last couple of years and so by bringing sense a public. We can do a couple of things number one we've been able to resource its clinical programs. That can get all the way into what's the pivotal trial right. The the trial that would give it the ability to prove a drug all on its own with With the money that we raised from ipo investors which often is just like a much higher number. Because once you're publicly traded those investors aren't stuck with an asset that they don't want they can sell off their shares later they want to And then the second benefit is that from cambrian perspective. It was really valuable for us to take this affiliate company of ours into public markets. Because it's sign of validation for the way that we source resource and build assets for our whole portfolio. So we were able to take this company that had you know a little bit of data but like was right at a point where we could accelerate it dramatically by getting involved and and generated nearly six hundred million dollars of value in a year and a half a little bit more By pushing the gas on this one asset and that value is now validated in the public markets. Because this is what people are freely trading stock at And that's a cool place to be. What do you think is the m the biggest the largest last two years. That would surprise people right. The thing that you didn't expect this you didn't understand may look back you say. Hey here's the one learning that. I've had that didn't just absolutely fascinating. People understand really good question. So i think the thing. That's probably been most surprising to me. Throughout all of this is just how segmented and it's like and fractured the drug development ecosystem is where like the university. Professors really can't even speak the same language as the guys at the pharma. Companies are ultimately developing drugs. And there's such a wide gap of data and understanding there that that the folks who are coming into the middle to fill in this gap and actually like build biotech companies that bridge this gap. It's way wider than i expected. And let's see if. I can put this a little bit more concretely with story Here so and maybe it's useful to get into just like a little bit of the detailer on the suit in order to get a drug approved by we talked about the three phases of clinical trials. But you also need to run all of these safety studies before you go into humans and you have to validate that your drug is working in a million different ways and when i was a phd student Working in the lab on on mice. I didn't. I didn't know and wasn't taught a single one of these things that had to be done. Bright it was all about could generate like some interesting discovery that i could publish about in a paper and get it in some journal and then move onto the next thing that would be the next discovery and and so now that i'm in the middle here. I see that there's about five hundred experiments spending to be done from that. I survey shin which gets covered in the new york times or whatever like is wa. We've made huge discovery in mice. There's about five hundred things depending to be done before someone at a pharma company will say. Oh yeah it looks like you have something really interesting here and figuring out what those five hundred. Things are in building the right team together of chemists and toxic colleges and pharmacologists and like you know patients and all of these other people that have to come together to think about how we formulate this drug and how we treat it and how we've tested in all the right ways It's such an operation and and so that's really why this processing is processed so expensive to go from university to To ultimately getting clinical ready product. But also why there's so much opportunity for companies to add a ton of value there. Because there really is this you know really ripe landscape for for picking great ideas out of universities and if you can be that translation engine both translation in the literal sense of like being able to speak the language of the of the folks will ultimately be working with you but also translating discovery from the mouth stage to the human stage. It's just a great business. That's adding a lot of value to healthcare system. What's the biggest obstacle or challenge. Obviously you're an optimistic person. So am i so as christian. I think that we generally have confidence Given who the backers are what gives. You're working on that. There's a lot of parcel be made here but what would the of detractors be. You're kind of what would be identified of what those obstacles and challenges are to the biggest biggest obstacle for us. Like as i have my eye on the next decade of what we need to do is establishing the regulatory paradigm to do prevention when we value cambrian right. Now it's entirely based upon what we can do with the drugs that we have the existing regulatory regime which is essentially entirely reactive and so so the biggest challenges that we're thinking about now are how do we create the create the pile of data that. We're going to need to convince these regulator the regulars you have to work with into the fda's credit. They've been open to having a conversation with us on this. But how do we create the pile of data. That will allow us to say. Hey we you know we have this drug. It works in cancer. Works like some rare childhood disease. We want to see if it can slow down aging and actually get them to say yes because the way that the fda works now is they would allow us to run a trial for slowing down aging or preventing multiple diseases. But you know if you and i started taking you start taking the drug. I start taking the placebo right now. It'll take thirty or forty years for us to know whether it worked or not. And even if you start treating people in their sixties it'll still it would still take ten or fifteen years whether you would know it was if it was working or not and so what we need to do is find the right tools like what was done with cholesterol and these statin drugs right. Were where people could come in and say oil. You have high cholesterol. Let's put you on the drug. If you're cholesterol goes down we can actually approve the drug. Already get it out into the market. Get into people's hands but then follow up those patients for another ten years to see if they actually get fewer strokes actually get fewer heart attacks. We have to do the same sort of thing here. But that's just something that doesn't exist in the aging space yet and we're going to be working very closely with with the fda but also with other countries who are A excited about exploring this kind of transformational technology for. I go to kind of rapid fire questions to wrap up What's the message. The people when they would think of cambridge. They think of the work that you're doing. What is that one thing that you want him to walk away for remembering or kind of what. That mission is so what i would say here is that the nineteen hundreds in medicine were defined by our conquest of our biggest human predators at the time which were viral and bacterial diseases and the combination vaccines and antibiotics. Let us into a new era. Where now our biggest predators are age related diseases disease cancer alzheimer's cetera and and the way that we conquered those diseases in the twentieth century is going to be applicable to how we conquer the age related diseases and twenty first century by understanding what causes them before people completely breakdown from those diseases and and devising treatments to in some cases proactively and in some cases at the very early stages of the disease use the power of medicine to reverse them. And that's how in this century we're going to overcome today's biggest predators. It's a it's a. You know a transition from being reactive to proactive. That's going to happen at some point this decade and we wanna be on the cutting edge of of eliciting that transition as fantastic. I was asked the same three questions. Everyone before i let him go in the us and to finish up the first. What is the most important book that you've ever read. So my god take one. Probably richard dawkins the selfish gene. I think that is for me. You know let's tell people it's the grounding of my philosophy in some ways to understand how the logic of evolution really works and it's been incredibly impactful to me and thinking about this topic of aging and longevity because we have to remember that evolution isn't here to serve us our you know our bodies that are thinking and doing interesting things. It has evolved to serve our genes on an individual level on the fact that we are able to you know think about the universe and have fun conversations like this one is an evolutionary accident and a lot of ways and so we have to take responsibility if we want to preserve what what we have here A conflict taking that into our own hands. So i would say yes. Selfish gene with an honor. An honorable mention to a book called the origin of wealth by eric. Bina hawker about how markets work with the same mathematical. Principles says the biology of I love that answer some questions a little bit more personal brought to you by our friends over eat sleep it got a thermo regulation bed that essentially allows you to make it hotter or colder On a really really cold get deep sleep. Feel much better. But i used to only sleep five or six hours. Now i sleep like a nine Which your sleep routine and kind house evolve am also sleep. Cold kind of guy sleep sleep called but with like a nice blanket And and i try to go to at the same time Every single night. I go for like seven and a half to eight hours of sleep for me although eight to nine. I definitely like think there's a lot of evidence that getting into that range sway way better for you And and then. I guess without taking too much time. My sleep has evolved quite a lot over my life. When i was a grad student. I tried to before a lot of this sleep. Research is trying to actually shorten my sleeping hours to get more done in the lab And i got so. I became such an asshole to people when my sleep was getting down to like five or six hours a day that i abandoned it and spent two years during graduate school operating on a twenty eight our circadian rhythm where i would sleep for eight hours and then stay up for twenty and had six days in a week instead of seven so i was up at like really weird Re weird hours. And that was great. When i wasn't dating anybody and didn't really have any friends and just needed to work in the lab up but but now i'm trying to be a little bit more disciplined. I love the experimentation with sleep. I've even tried to take the call to every man. Six georges like four hours asleep but splitting the an hour and a half of the absolute. The whole thing off. Paulie phasing sleep things like that. The third question is is more fun aliens. Are you a believer or a non believer. I i think that they have to be out there. The drake equation is a very compelling reason to think that there are other life forms out. There it's just a matter of finding them I as a as a. I don't know fun. Little experiment in college at some point. A group of friends and i were thinking about alternative answers to the the stormy paradox. Right which comes out of the drake equation. Basically like does do all evolved civilizations destroy themselves and i actually think that there is deep into this but i think that there is another compelling explanation which is because we've scanned so little of the sky for the transmissions in these other things There is a possibility that interstellar travel is just not often worth it right and that it's just so far in getting up to close to lightspeed so frigging hard. That even very advanced species ended up just hugely colonizing their own. You know stellar neighborhood but not expanding like What isaac asimov onset of ball of flesh expanding at the speed of light. But that just doesn't happen even for very civilizations So i'm you know a future optimist and alien believer. I'm right there with ya. They they exist. We probably will engage with them during our lifetime. Everything look in the skies. So we'll see defense. How long our lives. Argus very true What's the question you have for me to To wrap up. So the question that i think i would ask. You is as you think about the future of technology and you ask yourself like are the most important changes that are going to happen to our civilisation in the next thirty forty fifty years. How do you rank the. How do you rank the biggest impacts between you know. Automation of work changes to the monetary system climate change as well as medical innovations. How do you think about ordering those things in terms of their impact. That's impossible. I don't think i can rank them in terms of like a magnitude of significance. What i could say is kind of. Paint a picture of where i think the world's going And of course this gets labeled as kind of the sci-fi silicon valley view of the future But i like to joke all time and say we'll technologists are right. And so. I think that one you get kind of a g neared humans That are augmented by Technology and computing power. Either externally or internally. You get a ton of autumn. Automation includes robotics all the way down to literally streaming payments and digital assets like tonight stocks bonds currencies commodities etc. You get a multi planetary species that involves travel both domestically internationally and kind of multi planetary And then i think we're gonna see is a drastic shift in the world to kind of clean renewable energy into vehicles us. Go down the line like all of this stuff that everyone's all excited about like yeah shortcake's longer than we probably wanted to take but it's all going to happen And i think that the part that probably people are underestimating. The most is how disruptive the disruption actually ends up being and then also to We like to think about humans are geniuses. Build all this stuff But actually think one of the craziest was exciting. Innovations is going to be as we disrupt ourselves right meeting that When you start thinking about Longevity people living longer healthier lives when you start to think about an augmented human literally with the brain computer interfaces when he shirt to think about just what carrying a supercomputer in pocketed will match that is reduced friction and things like airpods some kind of what that has empowered and so. I think that it's just like we're headed in the right direction What's more important than the rest like it's all interconnected right And so i think that people who are pessimists. I'd like to say you know. Pessimists are losers because they basically are betting against innovation. Betty gets progress. And i just tend to think that that's a really really bad side of the trade to be on totally fair although as someone who has a few pessimist semi team i i love the loser effect though there losers of your this year loser now as much as i joke around about that i think that You know it really is you. Yes you do. Need some people with kind of rational beliefs. But i'd like to remind people that Being rational doesn't yet to be a pessimist like you can be a rational optimist. I think i feel like the matt. Ridley the say great. Another great fuck. That would be my top five as far as aren't gonna dacians. Yeah and i think mashes done a great job of kind of being. Rational is important being optimism important But the whole idea of being a pessimist especially somebody who hangs their hat on being a pessimist or somebody who is You know a lot. A multi violator of pessimism. If you just every time you see something you're pessimistic than just like. Hey i jump over on the other side of the river side is a little bit more fun in that. Rational optimism is is the win. Apply the play the game awesome. Thanks restaurant that pop. This is fun absolute. Listen jane thank you so much for doing this. I think people really really going to enjoy this oxfam huge fan of what you in the christian building here and think that longevity in and a lot of the work is super important to the human race if you will so Thanks so much for all the hard work. And i appreciate the time to have the conversation with dude again. The future okay. Fantastic look forward to that.

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Ep. 62 - May It Please the Court

Verdict with Ted Cruz

29:11 min | 5 months ago

Ep. 62 - May It Please the Court

"Seventeen states and the president of the united states have joined the great state of texas ensuing. The battlegrounds over election irregularities in the supreme court this after there was another lawsuit brought up to the supreme court regarding the irregularities in pennsylvania and the host of this show has been asked to argue both of those cases before the supreme court. This is verdict with ted cruz. Welcome back verdict with ted cruz. I'm michael knowles. i should clarify. I have not been asked to argue those cases before the supreme court. I have offered my services. A ken paxton in texas has not returned my calls. Actually it was senator cruz. Who has been asked senator. There's a lot to get into right here. The last time we spoke we discussed in pennsylvania this case regarding the irregularities there and the possible violation of the pennsylvania state constitution at that time. I believe you had not yet been asked to argue the case before the court. The supreme court then rejected that appeal anyway. Now we've got this other case from texas. What is going on. Why have you been asked. I suppose because of your great experience arguing before the supreme court. But but how did this come to pass. well sure. Let's let's start with the pennsylvania case When we last did the podcast. The pennsylvania case was pending And the lawyers for the plaintiffs there. So the plaintiffs in the pennsylvania case Were mike kelly. An incumbent republican congressman in pennsylvania. Who lost a very narrow reelection in november. And sean parnell who was a republican candidate For congress who lost a very narrow race in pennsylvania as well and so their lawyers had drafted the pleadings when we did the last pod they were pending and their lawyers reached out to me And they asked they said listen. If the court takes this case would you be willing to argue it. And i thought about it And and usually more often than not you argue a case where you drafted the briefs and you've been part of the legal team from the beginning so it's fairly unusual to come in at the tail end but but given the importance of it I had already written a long statement. Which actually you read on on the last pod Urging the supreme court to take the case and so i'd already read the pleading and thought it it needed to be heard. And so i said sure i'm happy argument and and and we put that out publicly unfortunately then The supreme court declined to take the case And i have to admit. Although i wish the court had taken the case for most observers myself included it was not An astonishing surprise that the court didn't And and the reason for that that the challenge and the pennsylvania case Is that. I think there's a clear. Violation of state law in pennsylvania the constitution requires in person voting in in all but very limited circumstances the legislature expanded the law to allow universal mail in voting those clear violation of state law. The problem is the. us. Supreme court doesn't decide questions of state law so so questions of state law are typically left to the supreme courts of each state and what was more difficult to articulate was more difficult I think for the court to see is what the clear federal question was. I think the the lawyers the pennsylvania case they. They worked hard to articulate a federal interest. And look obviously got a presidential election. So that's a huge federal interest. Although finding the federal constitutional issue was was more complicated and so the court turned it down. They did not write an opinion so we don't have any reasoning as to why they turned it down. It was simply a one line order. What that means is there weren't five votes. It takes five votes to grant an injunction and so they were not five votes To issue extraordinary relief to grant an injunction we know that And then subsequently the texas case was filed now i. I want to make clear for people. We're recording this thursday night. You've been up on the hill all day dealing with a number of other issues unrelated to the election that i do want to hit on in just a moment. So we're just waiting to find out if the supreme court is even going to hear this other lawsuit fright. Texas suing georgia pennsylvania michigan and wisconsin with the support of seventeen other states and president trump. That lawsuit is coming up. You have been asked to give if the argument that case as well The court if they didn't take the pennsylvania case i fear it may be won't take this case either i that may be right so so the texas case i. I learned about monday night. Actually i was doing sean. Hannity's tv show. And so i was on hannity and hannity asked me about the texas case. And i actually wasn't entirely sure what he was talking about. And and so i mean i just kind of spoke generally about suits between states but but i didn't know the details of it. The reason the texas case wasn't filed until late that night actually think it was early the next morning like Twelve fifty in the morning or something like that And so i saw the case when after it was filed And then tuesday is when the supreme court turned down the pennsylvania case and that evening I was. I was at dinner and and got a call on my cell phone from the president And the president was unhappy that the court turned down the pennsylvania case. I understood that i was unhappy to. I'd vocally and vigorously urged them to take it and and the president asked me at the time said. Were you surprised. The court didn't take the case. And i said look i. I was not. I was not shocked. They didn't take the case. Because of the challenge. We just talked about a minute ago. of the difference between state law and federal law and that that was a challenging hurdle. And so the president on that call. He asked me said look this. Texas case has just been filed and and and he said publicly. This is the case as you noted the president has since intervened in it. And he asked me. Would you be willing to to argue this case. And i said sure i'd be happy to If the court grants that. I'll argue it and and your question was an insightful. One like the pennsylvania case there are hurdles to get it granted and one of the things to understand is just the the overall numbers. The supreme court take that many cases in a given year. You get anywhere between eight. Thousand and ten thousand appeals to the supreme court they typically grant about eighty so it's about one percent a suit between the states is different and and this is a suit between texas and four other states georgia pennsylvania michigan wisconsin under the constitution. The supreme court has what's called original jurisdiction in suits between states. That means you know typically if you file a federal also you go file it in federal district court mike if that's how virtually all federal lawsuits begin a suit between two or more states. You can file it in the. Us supreme court has original jurisdiction. But it's not mandatory jurisdiction so they don't have to conduct a trial and actually in suits between states so they usually come up in the context of say a dispute over boundaries or dispute over a river. Those are the circumstances where you get a fight. Where two states or say in our line is here. The other is say. None of our line is here. And the way the court normally resolves that it will appoint a special master that is basically a trial judge and then go conduct a trial on behalf of the us supreme court and then they'll prepare a report that typically the supreme court will adopt or change or and they review it. Then in this instance the the court has a decision whether to grant leave for the state to file a complaint that again takes five votes and so the texas lawsuit is much broader than the pennsylvania lawsuit it raises a lot of the issues about fraud and irregularities and and different players in the different states changing the law in the middle of the process that breadth is good but on the other hand that breadth may be a factor. I don't know if there were five votes And if they are not five votes the court won't take the case and we could find out. You and i are sitting here thursday evening. The court set a deadline for the defendant states to respond three pm today And so after the response the court could could resolve it at any time. It could be tonight. It could be tomorrow now. The court could say we're going to set a oral arguments date for day after tomorrow. I mean they could move really fast and they could move really slow. They could deny it altogether so by the time. This this pod comes out. Which i think will be sometime friday when we get get it. All edited in process and put out. We may know the answer but as of right now we don't know what the supreme court's gonna do and if they tell you that you've got an oral argument the following day. Then you're going to have a very busy night and day. And i know there's other work that you have to pay attention to on capitol hill so i i do wanna touch on a few of these issues because i fear that in the craziness of the election drama. We're missing out on some some pretty important changes that that have been going on. The senate today backed a massive arms sale to the united arab emirates. There was a major peace deal between morocco and israel. You've got a big debate over national defense authorization act Can can you just move for a second from domestic to foreign policy a regardless of how the election turns out. What's going on abroad. So there's a lot of foreign policy moving forward and and and much of it is very very positive We saw a couple of months and we talked about it earlier. Pod the abraham accords which were the historic peace agreements between israel and the uae and israel and bahrain where where both arab nations normalized relationships with israel that hasn't happened in decades And and it was a major step forward for peace. And and i'll say a couple of things. One is a vindication of a foreign policy. Approach that i've been advocating for a long time. Which is that. The best way to produce piece is clarity and lack of ambiguity for eight years of obama biden. They deliberately embraced an ambiguity of with israel. Were not with israel They embrace the notion that you must resolve the palestinian situation before anything else can be done and we now know that view was unequivocally wrong it was simply baloney and and and i spent the last half of the obama administration. The time i was in the senate blasting that view and saying this is foolish. instead make unequivocal. We stand with israel that will facilitate peace. Well when president trump came in. He agreed with me. He moved the embassy to jerusalem a huge decision that i advocated for he pulled out of the obama. Iran nuclear deal a huge decision. I advocated for both of those the state department defense department had argued against so president trump overruled. His own state secretary of state is owned secretary. Defense to move the embassy to jerusalem to end. The obama ran deal. That clarity set the stage for the abraham accords. I'll tell you the the week. Abraham accords were signed. I was i was at the white house for the signing. I spoke with the the foreign officials in in in both. Ua and bahrain both said we want to be friends with america. It's really important with us to be friends with america and what we figured out is one of the best ways to be friends with america's be friends with israel. So we're doing this because it's clear that this will make america happy and it really is the fruits of that unambiguous clarity. Now i worry if we have a president biden. The data logging screwed up that they'll go back to the same strategic ambiguity. Now you asked about the votes this week there. There were two big votes this week yesterday. On arms sales american arms sales of drones and f. Thirty five's to the u. adm united arab emirates. They were controversial. They were closely contested Rand paul wanted to disapprove of of the arms sales and most of the democrats wanted to disapprove of the arm sales. And i tell you this week. I i struggled on this question. This was not an easy question for me. it was a close question And the reason is look if you look at the history of the middle east. The middle east has been a tinderbox Weapons like the f thirty five the most advanced airframe we have only israel. Has it in the middle east right now. And and so. I viewed that as a threshold For another middle east country to get the f thirty five and so. I spent hours on the phone with the israeli ambassador. Ron dermer is a very good friend of mine and where we talked about it. At great length with the uae ambassador lab also gotten to know well with with jared kushner With with others in the administration with others on my team really trying to understand the pros and cons of it and and ultimately i voted in favor of the arms sale. And i did so because i think it. It was a component of the abraham accords. It's part of how we brought you a to the table to make peace with israel. That was a big deal. Also israel both benjamin netanyahu and bennigans so the prime minister in the lead opposition figure. Both of them supported the sale. That is weird to unite than that doesn't happen very often. They were united on the abraham accords. They were united on the arm sale. One of the important pieces of that. Us federal law requires that our policy ensure israel have what's called a q. emmy a qualitative military edge. Basically that their military can kick the butt of every other military in the middle east right at that that that that's how you avoid warfare. What by making it clear. Nobody else can take out the israelis. So you don't have what we saw the sixties and seventies which is middle east war after middle east war based on extensive conversations with the israelis and with our own pentagon and based on classified briefings. I became comfortable that this sale didn't undermine israel's qualitative advantage and the us ambassador recent. Look we stuck our neck out. We made this peace deal with us. We're standing with you. We wanna stand with you. We've sent our soldiers in combat alongside you and and this is an important part of defending ourselves against iran. That ultimately to was to me was persuasive. Here's the interesting thing michael. I think it is likely that my vote was decisive. On this I was one of the last senators to vote. And i deliberately. I wanted to wait and see where the votes shook out I When i walked up so they were whipping. Pretty hard and john thune the republican whip kind of leaning in on me. Although i will say that. They've actually learned that whipping hard. Beating me with a stick doesn't work so you know he was kind of asking me where you're going to be but wasn't wasn't being too aggressive and when i went up to vote i was looking at the vote. Tally and john just said you know. I think your vote will probably decide it. And i said okay and so. I voted in favor of the sale. What's interesting is that to democrats immediately after me. Kirsten cinema and mark kelly both from arizona. Both voted the same way within a minute right now cinema had been talking about doing it anyway but it was just it was a and it ended up being approved fifty to forty six so those three votes. That clustered at the end. If the three of us had gone the other way it would have been. It would have been disapproved right. It's interesting also senator to note that when you look at national politics from an outsider's perspective you just assume there are no grey areas. There's no deliberation people know exactly where they stand. We have a very polarized country. And i remember during impeachment. This kind of surprised me. Which is that things are happening in real time. People are are taking a new information. They're deliberating they are making up their minds. The way one person votes is going to affect perhaps away other people vote and these issues have a little more complexity. Maybe than some of the more knee-jerk issues that we all know exactly where we stand now. I think that's right. And particularly questions of foreign policy and national security there can be close calls Their calls about standing with allies and resisting. Those who are enemies. They're easy calls there. Things like the obama. Iran nuclear deal train wreck which i think is a very easy call and if we end up with joe biden administration. I expect that they will try to gallop back into that terrible deal and and if that happens i'm going to spend the next four years fighting hard against that. That's an easy called. This one was much more on the edge. But but and i spent as i said ours really trying to listen to the relevant players listened to the experts understand the details to get comfortable with the right call right and and i love your point about clarity with our friends and clarity with our enemies. I would be remiss. If i didn't mention that as we're talking about the threats from iran the threats from china and come out this week that a certain democratic member of the house of representatives got extraordinarily close with a chinese spy. I gotta say michael for a long time I've accused democrats of being in bed with the chinese communists. I i just didn't realize that that was not that that was more than a metaphor. Yes yes representative eric. Swollen appears to Perhaps in particular have taken that message to heart. This is a real issue. I mean china has spies in the states and the united states spies on other countries to you know a lot of countries do it but the the degree of infiltration that china seems to have taken with the top ranks of the democratic party is troublesome well and let me be fair about what we know publicly and i don't know anything beyond what what you've read the newspaper so i'm not divulging anything confidential but but what's been released publicly as there was the spy for the chinese government communist spy who is a beautiful woman who apparently was assigned to get very close to to democrats and and it appears california. Democrats in particular. And what's been been made public. As apparently she had sexual relations with two different mayors I think one of whom described as a small town mayor. Another whom describe as an older mayor. So i'm i don't know i don't know beyond what red swallow well to be clear Been released has not alleged that he went to bed with her but he spent three days refusing to answer that question. And you and i are both married. And and i i can say in your marriage in mind if you come home and wife said. Did you sleep with that woman. And your answer isn't immediate not equivocal you got a problem yes yes Very wise that it doesn't take a total political genius to to read that situation But obviously worrisome especially if we do get a biden administration that there will be cozying up to iran cozying up to china. And then there's this other contentious issue We only have a few more minutes before we get to mail bag the nda the national defense authorization act. This is another issue where where fights breaking out within the gop a. We don't know how the vote necessarily is going to go. What's the controversy here. Well the national defense authorization act passes every year and authorizes our military across the board. I've been very active and drafting it for eight years now. There are a lot of good things in the nba. It includes actually additional sanctions that i authored on nordstrom to we did a pot awhile back on on the natural gas pipeline that that russia's trying to build a germany that that so far sanctions i authored has killed and and this is a second wave of sanctions that will that will really drive a nail in the coffin of the nord stream two pipeline. The first version of the nda that came out of the senate voted for was good. Bill had a lot of good elements in it including the nordstrom to stuff. the house. Bill was much worse and in the conference committee. This bill has gotten a whole lot. Worse so i still haven't decided one hundred percent how i'm going to vote but i gotta say i'm quite unhappy with the direction. The bill is gone in conference. Committee includes a provision a provision from from elizabeth warren on renaming basis that that is really mandatory That i've got real concerns with It also includes a provision that that restricts the ability of a president to draw down military from overseas conflicts like afghanistan and and one of the things. I very much agree with president. Trump on is as he puts it ending endless wars that that i think we ought to be bringing our sons and daughters home that we should use the military where needed but be very reluctant to engage in in foreign military conflict and this provision in some of us were talking in the in in the cloakroom. And and you know one. Senator put it this way so so. Let me get this straight. A president unilaterally can get into war anywhere in the world but can't get us out of war anywhere. That's that's kind of a weird. And and so i'm still assessing the details of it but i'm i think there's a a pretty good chance although no my guess is be enough. Yes votes to pass it And maybe even override a presidential veto. The president has suggested he might veto the bill in the house. At least there was a big enough margin that if the president does veto the bill The house had a big enough margin to override. A veto takes two thirds of the house. Two thirds of the senate. If you were to gas to pretty good gas that there there there will be a similar margin in the senate. But i think we'll lose some of the votes we had this actually brings us to a mailbag question from real truth. Cactus which if you're not selling real truth cactus on twitter is the cactus from our show but whoever created that account really great. Work terrific stuff this gets to the senate majority or what it really means to have. A senate majority cactus rights. I don't know the gender of cactus cactus rights. I know the georgia senate races are important is gender ever knowable michael. You make it. You know if it remains to be seen day by day how the cactus will identified But the cactus wants to know. You know the georgia races are very important. But should we be worried about rhinos such as and then he puts in a name of a colleague of yours. I will not mention that to be polite to your colleague up. But i think we all know who talking about Siding with the democrats agenda assuming that joe biden does win are we. You know we. Let's say we win. And we have a majority in the senate but then we've got all these wishes that vote with the democrats. What does that get us. Look absolutely we should be worried about that if we win georgia if we are fifty to forty eight republican which is what we are right now and joe biden is sworn in as president. We're going to have a rough couple years yes there are going to be squishy. Republicans wanting to make deals with the democrats wanted to make deals with joe biden. That's going to be a real issue. And and i fully expect some terrible spending bills of trillion dollars here a trillion dollars there I think there's a real risk of a big amnesty bill. I'm very worried about that. I actually met yesterday with a number of leaders against illegal immigration helping mobilize efforts to fight a biden amnesty. If if if god forbid we have a biden administration and and are there republicans who would go along with that sadly yes in a heartbeat So these fights will not be done if we have a narrow republican majority but having the majority is enormously important. because if there's a schumer majority there will be a massive tax increase if there is a republican majority. We're not gonna have a massive tax increase if there's a schumer majority the district of columbia will become a state which will elect to new democratic senators. If there's a republican majority dc is not becoming a state If there's a schumer majority. I think they will pack the. Us supreme court. They'll add four new left-wing justices to the supreme court. We've talked about that. A lot in this podcast. Obviously my book one vote away talks about the consequences of that. If there's a republican majority the chances of packing the supreme court are zero point. Zero zero percent ain't gonna happen so the majority gives you ball control. What you can do is you can control. What comes to the floor so i'm not suggesting winning georgia will solve all our problems but losing georgia. I think what would likely create massive structural damage to the country right. This is one of my favorite parts about doing this show. Is we get down into the detail into into the granular level and often people just want to talk in all or nothing kind of terms but what you're saying is yeah having the majority doesn't give us everything you might still get a ton of terrible legislation especially with the swishes but there are certain fundamental pieces of legislation that have zero percent chance of passing and that that is more than enough to keep me fighting last question this one. Actually this question. Also from real truth cactus. Who writes great questions. Can this lawsuit. Michael is that you i. I wish i'm not nearly clever enough at social media. Actually if you clicked on the account real truth cactus and it's just a cartoon version of the cactus from this show In a very often adds his name to the show title. So this show actually called verdict with ted cruz and cactus. But he wants to know ken this lawsuit between the states. Delay the finalization of the election. Or will we have a president no matter what in january you know. I i know. We've got these deadlines coming up. The electors are going to vote but january comes along. Do we have a certainty on the president or not so in the ordinary course of things We will have a new president either. Renew president of the same president. Sworn in on january twentieth. Th that is the date set by law. You know you you can go through. All sorts of hypotheticals of the supreme court takes the case and issues extraordinary order. But i think in nine hundred ninety nine out of one thousand universes. We're going to know by january twentieth to paraphrase jim carey from dumb and dumber. What i'm hearing you say is we have a chance. I'm hearing We will find out. Obviously these things are happening in real time. You are in many ways at the center of this because the president has asked you to argue this most recent case if it goes to the court There there's a lot happening. So i suppose we'll have to just come right back again and to another pod when we know more in the meantime. I'm michael knowles. This verdict with ted cruz.

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From Athens to Ann Arbor

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

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From Athens to Ann Arbor

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One sports net. Production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. He is currently the head football coach of the university of Michigan wolverines. And a former player his dad and brother are also former players and coaches, but there's more to them than just football. It's time to talk about attacking life each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. This is attack each day. The Harbaugh's podcast with Jim Harbaugh. Hello, everybody. Welcome to another edition of attack. Each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. Ira one shop here along with coaches Jimmy Jack Harbaugh director of recruiting Matt Dudek is here. Our producer McKinsey is here as well or a minor. You can subscribe to us on apple podcast. You can listen via the podcast, one app or on podcast dot com, and please follow us, and contact us on Twitter at AD podcast or using hashtag Jack talk later in the show. We have a classic Jack talk. But right now, we are joined on today's podcast by a legendary family period. And Nico Perico 's of Brown jug, restaurant fame. They're here with us today. Perry. Nico, how are you guys? Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having us. Thanks for having us. I want to say that everyone that's wearing a headset right now. I'm pretty sure we all have a menu item at the Brown jug, and it's actually the case. Maybe you don't you take chips off the menu tips and guac is still there. Okay. So I'm still in the menu. I know coaches on the menu tax on the menu or he, he was pretty upset. What are you start waffles waffles in the beginning? I thought he was joking. But after what twelve times he's faced a little bit. So I figure I had I have to listen give him what he wanted. He does have the number one selling item. You say that, you know, you I'm gonna I'm gonna say, I want to see it. I wanna say. I wanna I wanna. The numbers. So what did you start naming items at the judge actually that's an old tradition? Okay. Pat pen, the one of the original started it. I believe mid forties. Okay. When I took it over I had to follow tradition. And sometimes goes Miller money. But let le- with a great job with them embody, my buddy Zuma, does we keep in the same stuff a long time. So, you know, every time it sends the menus, the name of the manager Costinha by to die more meals at the Brown jug than any other restaurant, establishment in the world. Very uppers. By the way, by the way, I got a Dick's message from your wife last night that liked mention here. So I said, how was your trip everything? Okay. It goes, well, I was ready to Tex you tomorrow, but listen what happened a war? My Browns I had to Spain him back and people kept stopping me saying that they have been. There you are famous. You took your wife, nice, one year to realize, I'm famous, it took thirty eight. I've known it. I've noted Susan Dey. I mentioned we're on campus together. An Arbor Michigan booth through very true back. Let's go back. So we're talking about this ahead of time. Go back to the time that the Perico says and the Harbaugh's came together phenomena members phenomena members I was working part time, usually weekends to make a little extra money to pay for school over Thanos limp ladder. Another famous guy and actually his his legend is alleged his alleged. And like I was telling zag before star the soda, I had a very vivid memory in my mind, the booth that Zak Zaki was sitting would on inside the wall that daughter next John and Zemi out on a few remember that the books will hold in for people so Thana put a pickle back at upside down for you. With a small box inside medium, but the only thing you about you looking at me to make that dip disc with pepperoni. That's what you. That's what you care about. Yeah. The and the in the baked pasta and the big do in a baked pie. There was a outstanding. It was one of those two is by my go-to. But yeah you were working for Thanos when I was going to school here. I mean nobody knew gives a freshman. But, but I knew, you know, we, we would play basketball at the IM oh and. Then I came back to, you know came back to campus after graduate, and you know, to find Perry only twelve restaurant as the he's a mogul, he's a mogul usually use them down the five. Now we're good. What five named the five talking about basketball? I don't if you don't you're five restaurants. I know we'll with. We'll stick with the people, people know, people know, people know now that he pro basketball, I was waiting for the right moment. And I think this is my moment to announce the war that went seem harbor says that Perry broke my nose in a basketball court, his not saying the truth. He was Arnold David Arnold. I know one hundred percent say. Did you break my nose? I know I was so good fake, you guys were there. I ju- went up and then I'll know sell go. I went up for a layup, breakaway layup and David Arnold came in from behind. He was trying to block my layup, and he could jump and can came in elbowed got elbowed. Where was Perry on the court at that time born gar pay for the point guard born guard. I got the pictures show you. What year in school is this was a price. South more. My be. I was here. Unless here but people don't know I'll be late second for missing. But my number one sport was basketball. And I worked for Bill for and Fisher, and this is the picture someone with Romila Robinson. He was my roommate goodness. Okay. Oh, if you could just see that look at that stealth individual varies. Wow. Yeah. You how stealth let that's me. Yes. Oh, look at that. Change the bit gracefully. That where they Dr pictures photo sandwich shelter is. Naco. This is not Neko. Lots. Bothering may was getting pretty good hockey player Neko, and giddy. Grin. Okay. All right. Okay. To showing pictures on podcast right now. Here. We will. Oh, people will see those pictures podcast airs. Yes. What does that came out there for a fit were alive? Now. There's no live cameras. What am I going into my suit for him? Him having official announcement to make to you. Okay. We would like you to be an honorary captain for the Michigan football team for a home game in two thousand nineteen. Wow. About the figure. Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. A lot of the of the of the two that my all my goals Cobb. Listen, my life selling everything. Driver as long as you, you coached an under you're going to cut forever, because you need more than you need us has Mercer. And I know you don't want me to go there, but we'll go there a little bit. Fun fun Bogota took a little series. Where's the great? I don't know where I read this or heard, this, or saw this, but you can always tell who loves you by who feature Perry fed us Perry. Fed me, you know, for longtime, right? Yeah. For a long time. Coach one one thing that people don't realize, and I'm nobody that quite a few people that they have spent a lot more time that I have over the years, people don't realize that I came here, I left a little bit to try to play a little prosecuting Houston. He didn't work out because their money we bought annoying pilot that was going about forty five miles an hour to custodies to come back to an hour that's that's home by saying that since I hear, and I know attacks somehow you give them your number. That one's you're gonna come here. He's going to be a Houston success. Do have the names that you said, keep it for yourself that they were against that, of course. Right. But you were successful since the first day, I saw you the first the first day I met you on the basketball court on the baseball court on the hockey court. I think we can talk about it sounded but history cannot sends right numbers can nonsense anywhere you have been your winner, and Namath now that you're not gonna like joke. Numbers numbers don't lie. I don't care if you're not look my business. I don't expect everybody to like me. They're different Phillies involve, the petition the jealousies of things evolve. But if you look back to everybody's past, I believe life is, you know, math October, you can sense. One, one is to right. You can make it to an acquirer. So your, your success is written all over the wall. Okay. Well, let me say this. I hate to interrupt. You say nice things about me. Nice things about you. And that is that people when they come back to an Arbor, they'd come and see Perry before they come by the, the football office. The alumni, the come back. I mean they say they just come from the jog. Now they're coming by to see us hockey players med students when I was coaching the forty Niners and came here to work out players, I went to the Brown jug, and got my lunch and saw Perry. It's that's a testament to you and and tests, which to the relationships that you build in organizations that you run. And you're always there, you're always working, you're always working, if it's twelve restaurants, five restaurants. I mean, if you go into the Brown jug pair, he's going to be there. And if you having to go into valiant at Chelsea, he's got to be there. Everywhere. I know somebody can't be in two places at one time, but well to finish with my phone and away, though to finish. My thought is this, that I saw even from few years old than you. And knowing your mom in on your dad life, Mattis, family matters. Okay, how the Brits you up. But you had love for the game people say, how can I put so many hours over the years because I love you love what you do people think, you know, I'm only involved with their student athletes. My son says that you should be making a lot more money that you do while you're giving all this free advisors are there because I love what I'm doing is now non-issue. Non-issue guy. What nine hundred thirty. The emails, I get from parents, I don't even know about thank you very much Mike kid through. I don't even know who they're talking about. I see New York as Minnesota loved one. But I'm line is this your success comes because they'll, you'll buy you you're bringing. And the love for the game would you communist, everybody that you are the best ever? Maybe not. I can convince everybody then, you know, the, the and I'm not from doing that, by the only thing I can convince people and I can tell people is that the love what I'm doing, you're the same. That's what successful came not easy, but he came towards your way and is a lot more to come. Because I'm gonna tell you one complain that I have. And I'm done a pro dancer, a that I wasn't talking to you. I have over the years, quite a few things. I got mine that Mr. ward, my friend, Mr. work give us an illuminated nineteen Eighty-one. Soccer ahead. My son's frozen four I have Anthony is what's happened to be a couple couple years. My roommate back in the day. Great friends with his day. I have Hugh basketball nine eighty five last one, I got was nine hundred ninety seven coats all my rings used to be silver the gold now. So I know the next few years you're gonna put me on your list. I'm ten and a quarter whether we. That's my size. That's the best defense is the next ring the best agai another another secret to your success. Another example of a man who married wisely. Yes. Georgia's phenomenal. And she's, she's created quite a career for herself in real estate and an amazing job for a lot of our staff, coaches play basketball for pioneer. So I figure get married to Georgia. You still cottage in some might be helped a little bit with money. Did you both here? Thirty one you, no, no thirty one years. Can you can you hear the way I talk good to pioneer is still Doug the wet. Where'd you go to high school? Some people have extant some people have accents, I gotta ex I wonder how nothing's griss out since Chris. Yeah. And then came came to the United States how to play soccer. Seventy eight nor nor Phoenix. Arizona management there Nikko now, Heff Houston malaria, is there of the good stuff, you got from his mom, but both finished highschool for literally, I went to hotel restaurant management in Rhode Island. I graduate in nineteen and a half in this for your school in the buffalo and a quarter three three years and one semester, and then I came straight to, to Michigan first place. I went was they English language institute. Of course from the university was closed. No. Have a good one. But after after class one time one week two weeks. Three weeks, I went to my cousin said goal moustache. He goes, what is that in Greg? I said, how you doing Nickless? He goes wrong school. So you know what I did? I started working took the books at home. I socially with a lot of Americans friends blame basketball court in about eight months later up Osma ofo tests with seven forty four. Now possibly because it was multiple choice. Not because I had to talk. And then there's the, you know, I was making pizza for you and your success. Now if we take the team to, to Athens Greece for a in the off season as part of our educational trip, will we have your guarantee that you're going to be there. I got I got news for you. The only time I will work against the behind your back is on this. I'll be working with your wife and your father, and is at danville, does have to say, okay jock. Or you said, I gotta get a story. We went to Rome, right where at Rome, and we go over to the Brown. Jug. Jackie. And I we we'd kill Perry that we learned so much about Roman history. And how much of it came from Athens, Greece. And how they were linked together during that period of time, and Jackie and I wanted to make a trip to Athens. Greece Perry goes Athens. Greece. Come on. Let me talk about it. I thought he made he picks up a phone now. I'm not picks up a phone. I dial regular numbers. Hey, this is Perry Harry's right here. I got somebody, I want you to talk to this Jack Harbaugh his wife, Jackie are thinking to coming over there. And I just want you to make sure they're friends of mine. And I want you to roll out the red carpet farm hair, Jack, talked to the mayor of Athens, Greece. There you go. Tell me about tell me about that story that I've exaggerated. Nope, Nope, not at all. Not at all is a matter of fact, it tells you, you come and take care of you don't even worry about something about a trip out into the water, you had to have almost had to have reservations for like months and euphemize. You were going to get me on it a couple of days. No big deal. No big deal. I mean you got a little connections there. I guess they like the money I sent him, I guess. We'll you about Nico. What are you doing now? You have them hockey player. I know some of the some of the things you've not to preneurs your what are you doing these days entrepreneurship? So I'm doing a few online businesses the first one, I started as I tough. And that's the phone accessories one that's still going, going, well, but since then I've grown six other online brands so it's ecommerce it's song things online and creating brands for myself fantastic. Yeah. My crap April. Very proud. What was that, like being here? Limit though somewhat. I loved it, right? I mean he he got a crib be Hugh other places or whatever. And of course, you know, cya me I was burning. I want him to come to game the only thing and it was all it was good kid. And listen, like I want him to experience life like you d like the right to go out with his teammates with friends or whatever. So I was always skeptical been on campus for forty years. I say how about this they happen. How can this happen? Well, now I think he's done. It was a little party. When I say this story and with it, the cop said, you want me to go to that, or you're going to get. Don't have to go into it. Team might have a few little small gatherings team events. And we had a few situations where some cops get the front door and all this one that came as a twenty one year old freshmen. So I was usually the one that came out to the front and created the officers and hey check ID and my mental name's Perry so Niko Perico some ID. He looks at me, he goes, you want to call your dad or do you have many call them for you? And I was like, I'll do it. Happened multiple times. It was it all worked out. And I was lucky to have a father that wasn't too worried about it. You know, safe and doing the right thing. So it was like for you growing up in grey shaded in this Michigan athletics. And he talks about all the sons that he's had on all these daughters for that matter on these different teams daughters through, don't forget daughters, and all the different teams and you were right there in the thick of it was unbelievable. I was an only child, obviously, I have no blood siblings. But I was. I was an only child, but I really wasn't. I grew up with some awesome people around me at all times, even through the jogging CNN athletes being around him all the time. I grew up with them, and I have so many older brothers and sisters, and younger brothers and sisters now. But it's, it's a real family, and I was lucky to be a part of it. You ever think about going anywhere else? No, no. Absolutely, not my mom hurt. Well, she's not going to be on this. But I went to Princeton visited with a couple of my teammates at the same time. And I walked through library is beautiful campus note, nothing against Princeton, but came back on on goes. How was it? I'm like it's not gonna Michigan. It's like, well, you don't have an offer Michigan, you're, you know, you should probably look at Princeton. They're very good school. I'm like, no, I'm going to do whatever I take whatever it takes to come to Michigan. So that was my mindset and I waited until I was twenty one to commit for that reason alone nowhere else felt right? You know, it's I grew up here. I wasn't forced to go here by any means. But nowhere else felt right. Nothing compares to the school. So I was lucky to be a part of it. How much work experience if you had to get a lot of work experiences as a kid growing up. No, you're not now. But what kind of jobs, did you have growing up? So I started online business. When I was twelve I actually use my dad's social security, number and his, pay pal account. But I was selling stuff on EBay to pay for my hockey sticks growing on this. Find out. So I sold some stuff online, where I'd buy it on clearance and sell it for profit. But I also worked a little bit at the Brown jug, growing up picking gum off the tables, washing dishes doing the fund jobs that I knew I didn't want to. Would wanna do in life tables, gum off the tables, and never fun. But it was good learning lessons, and I'd appreciate it being in those roles to you, because you never know. Do people still put gum, under the tables all the time? That was a big thing back in the seventies and eighties. But they still do that. Their hands on it go this time. Oh. I don't Gumbo. You think we'd have moved past that one. You. Yeah, don't put your hands. Enter tables. It's kind of know, Harry Rico's at Niko Rico's. Joining us here on a tax date the Harbaugh's podcasts and it's kind of like a family reunion, when you got the news. So when you heard that he was coming back when Jim was coming back and really that the whole family would eventually be coming back when he came into bronze. This done the of football game against San Diego believe when staff ready to coach. It was Sunday. I had I had a little thinning. I took a picture of right away with him. I say, well, my unite I know he doesn't remember very well. But obviously they me. Listen. I I'm gonna tell you something. And with exception, the less, let's say here because all the development that's happened on south university, that roadside closer, whatever we lost as a group of business there on nine and some of them have been they've been there for a long time over twenty years bar overall as a whole the difference between the businessman IRO. So you know why really loved? On talking about the hotels that long weekends. They have gone up because I'm involved with different guns, as they have gone up over twenty percent said to say that prior to zoom. They were Saudis that you play with Michigan state. You down fee, does downs by third quarter, and as you well know bronze Zach and the blue lever can and started called, they're going to have lines around him. He was probably about three quarters empty when it came to point though, he hit to, to give it go got call them free ticket that tells you let so it now only he hid revived the great program, but he helped tremendously. I know for sure. And now I'm pretty sure everybody else because people don't realize Nali you coming now I have it pop into burger. You're going to buy t shirt because you happy your team wins. You're going to spend the whole week another hotel. There's so many like a domino effect that people if you not in business, you don't understand. You don't feel I loved, I will have support over the years all the coaches let's not hide behind figures. I mean he, he made tremendous difference. What I see talk about football. A lot of these kids, come in with, with, with dependency, my places and you know, it's reduced myself with it is in Miami. He's years or even a little before were Bo was around in a young kid that I was sitting on the wayside. Oh. The operate in. I can't even see it's on wander in John. This put a pretty big. I at this mound. Look, look, the kids that common over here. It's unbelievable. So another thing that nobody gives him credit that he honor every single offer that the previous codes, given how many people talk about that with all due respect navy, and you guys don't talk about that. He will never talk about himself. I am I talking about myself any him together. Nobody's sending my paycheck by myself choice. A lot of stuff that people don't talk about. It's always criticism. And I had to say most of the criticism is happening behind it computer because he came face him and tell him his face. Okay, or rarely the Li like you, and I, but I know where you live and your wife and your family and everybody else. So their success is now only football where a football town if football does, well, if they economic ends in is fully. And right now, it used to be several he's pretty close lower Guinea, right now we're getting there. I'm not saying variety anymore. I saw that. I got a labora- Guinea use the one. Here's the one but Lamborghini. Well, I mean listen, if you're doing if you need. Yeah, I'm gonna call you now. We're friends. Right. Always respect. Look, I just the young kids if you don't have money, you gotta source excess perception is everything, so you have to dress. Well, you have to drive nine cars, people think you have money for you. What do you need a nice guy? What do you need to? That's ford. He's not reason for it so anyway. And that's, that's what I'm supportive of human Hobie is going to stick around because is now only football is now only ZIM success, and the football success is the whole athletic department success. Now Michigan, he's the whole city of Narva worth football town, period, love basketball loves soccer. We love all the sports, but it truth this money talks. He started with football again. Nobody can deny that right in more successful. Bo. Has guess what's happened? Would he couldn't in basketball recruiting in Sacramento Korean Valentinus evidence from here, and look, Sean hotels, the sprouted up in town, the last, I tell him that how many restaurants have added in the last absolutely all, I'm not gonna tell him that because I still compete with him. But I give you the kid to call him. How I saw raised to be. Team. It's a question for who's more competitive who do you think is more competitive? Well, listen. I bike is very honest. I could be a little diplomatic. She's very honest. So he asked him the other day. If you compete against your kids, your son, would you allow them to win? You know, think about it. You know, it's like let me win come on through too. But success comes with love forever. You do and competitiveness, you gotta have that if you don't have that is not going to happen. It's one of the right check one of the seas. That's exactly right. Most. Hi, Dr people, I've ever met Perry, and it is a honor for you to call me friend as I I love you sim- here. I love you too. I really do. And I'm gonna tell us on maybe ten twenty years from now, if you decide that you and I leave and go somewhere now only got your kitchen, your wife, you got me in Georgia. Sixty seconds. That's exactly how long this commercial lasts. You know what else you can do in about a minute, get an offer for your car with truecar that's right in the amount of time. It takes you to floss your teeth pet your dog. Do if you sit ups or just listen to my voice, you can get a true cash offer. Best of all, you can do it from your smartphone or home. Just go to truecar and simply enter your license plate, number, and watch how your car details pop up answer, if you questions and you'll get an accurate true cash offer from a local truecar certified dealer. It's that easy after that, you can bring your car in and they'll check it out with you together. 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Each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. How about the water polo team does the girls water polo team. The judge. Yeah. I'm I'm you know, all of them do a grace is going to be a freshman, okay? Fall. Okay. Playing water polo. Okay. Let me make a phone call right now. We'll take care of everybody. I like when the kids come in, because I think I can I can control situations. Now, the go, while the whatever but I feel comfortable as, if father to know that the kids going to be in a controlled environment. We keep an eye on them who can take care of him. And somebody cuts figure we know what to do with it. Okay. So again, I go back to you got to love what you do. Not love. Kids only athletes. Everybody us some believable them on of time that I spend with them. But I love what I'm doing. I really do. Yeah. That keeps me going really does the same with you. You love to work with kids. I'm excited to hear the ovation. You get. I think it's going to be I think it's going to be up there. I think it's gonna be really crazy like online. Rainy, like I'm gonna I'm gonna. Oh where you, you just wait Mark my words man now. I'm not I'm not going to. Because that's going to be correctly. Impacted morphine probably come through this town. Then you even probably realize directly. So they in person contact people at your restaurant than athletes, can because we watch them on TV or we at the stadium. But you don't have that direct contact, but people come into your restaurant, you treat people people treat people, right? And it's been going on now for a really long time. They'll get a really log large loud ovation. Everybody, especially some other groups that they approach me out, don't approach them about ZIM say, look the way he looks at you is in your hand. You. Oh how'd you, you got a minute. When you do something, you've got a minute, you gotta different and say yourself and there's a difference between him and he stuff remarkable stuff. Well. If you if you accept that at all. I'm I'm I'm hurt. I mean. I. Our baseball team. It made some great job. Do you have a lot of connections unified? Private jet. Go to Amaha. I think that's a good idea. Don't you have somebody to recruit there? That'd be great. That would be so fun. Graduation. Coming up this week. Yeah we got. It's an eleven day events. Get past that opening weekend. She'll talk, so there's eight teams now. That's two four team brackets. Three. So it's kind of like the regionals all over again almost on each side. So four on this side for on the side. They double emanation on those, and then the two winner, the winner of each side meets in the best of three championship essentially, having two more regionals, and the way that, that format is, and then the super regional format of best, the three for the championship, which is funny to watch I tell you the pitching pitching is is really good. And the clutch hitting when the clutch hitting and pitching aligned with the defense. They win like the Friday game and the game. And it's phenomenal trivia question for you last time we were in the World Series. The college baseball World Series was nineteen Eighty-four an outstanding team one of our guests one of our one of your teammates with the sheriff's all stars Jeff many on that team I play, I think he played right. Field on that team. Was Abba here by then he came later. Didn't he was right in? No, no, no. After right after because he was on the eight eight Olympic Terry large player. Would have been on the Chris Sabo and how the three members of the year that went to win the World Series with the reds, which is always a fun story. Nikki was fourteen. I don't know if he was here, yet because he was in that window. Keishi Cho's, Casey Casey with on that. Because that's trivia question who was the second baseman? And he's the guy that may have had the most successful baseball career is the for today. Yeah. We talked about this little on Jack talk, but Joe Haden Cincinnati guy. Great fan was te'o is in at Miami Ohio, with Boesch mbacke ler. Joe put that youth baseball team together in Cincinnati and all those guys came from Joe Haden program down there, but was a big big baseball fan. I what are we talking about yesterday Jack's football game? You're gonna you're gonna bring it up on the podcast. Maybe you're saving it for Jack. Talk to you, remember. I have no idea. That was that's. It had to do with what's happening. Why is this not part of the game anymore? The small ball stuff that we were talking about now is me, and dad, where it here in highschool or watching Jackson. Call. Conversation by have no idea what we're talking about. Member like dust and baseball. I mean, it's a mud and football, you don't you don't see it anymore or the turf ahead. When it went ahead with the turf. Okay. It's gone. It's gone on it'll come back. But we just don't know. Next time it comes back. Right down. We'll bring it to the podcast. How many times that happen? When you get to be seventy nine years old often. I tell you, I don't know. I have. Right behind should wrote it down. It'll come I promise. We'll have it next week. Nico watch the games. We were talking about it, and he'd go watch the games, and you're a recent student athlete. So you probably I mean we all enjoy it. But I don't know you probably know some of the guys in or friends of friends can actually we have a lot of Fresno baseball team. So it brings that little added extra your guys. I'm sure some of the players are friends with guys on the baseball. 'cause I've seen I've seen basketball players at baseball games. I've seen football players at baseball games. And so you've been the baseball games. I thought you would a baseball game earlier this season. The this one of my favorite things, and here, you're kind of like the Lynch pin of all this the all the team support each other, the student athletes, because you all know what everyone else goes through the time, commitments and everything else. I love watching the different athletes from the different teams coming to the different games. I know everyone goes to football games for different reasons, but there there and there in the stands, but you go to a softball baseball go to gymnastics, go to women's basketball down the line. I see that a lot. I shared a lot will because they have the same meets the same warriors, right? As far as practices weights training tables, study tables. They'll go through the same Indo forget would have this modest athletes. Right. That's why we build on library over here. So all of them get together and began smart. The truth is people some of the parents, ask them, what was the difference between? That we're talking about football now. What is it difference where you're saying about versity and I'll tell them the truth? I said, listen to your kid is great athlete. He can go anywhere. He can get offers from anywhere. But I tell you, one thing is not going to get their family, because we're a family. Nobody can touch with that. And the biggest in. As strong as. Alumni. I mean, we're not, but one of the War I mean, nobody can take that away from us these people take it for granted. Because he's like me and Parthenon, right? I live maybe twenty minutes away from the partner. How many times I went there was forced to school to go like three times, and then I have my friends that come and visit, then they will not spend the whole day while I'm sitting at the cafe having coffee. You're Papa San waiting for them. You know what I mean something that you get every day you don't in, in Michigan? I don't know if I could say that in the, to me is the religion is really style of life, that nobody else can test say, Saturday is the holy day of obligation is unbelievable. I was in Slovakia about a week ago to, and it was, we're in this tiny little airport, and three the guys that I was gonna tripling the we're mission alumnis. Well, only aware Michigan backpack, hat or whatever we wear not ahead on your go blue. I don't know where, and it's not even an American speaking person knowing we'll go blue. It speaks you're Ross school, right guy. Right. Was not. No, no. I wasn't let Ellison international studies in economics and development. But I did a couple of miners that were at Ross, or, you know, other programs. But I mean he's smart Cuba is more like his mom, he's a lot more like his mom. Well, is that a company? Is that a compliment to Georgia? Hostile today. Perry's come into my neck today. I mean, well, it's every day who am I kidding? It's our love for each other news and you and sun and other stuff that ZIM Borodin hit made everybody that visit their offices and the football. I hit it for many, many alumni that coming back. Is there isn't whether illuminates coming back is the reason why? Okay. Now they were coming before. But as a wave right now and you guys created a wave okay? The door is always open or was welcome to listen to help, and we'll miss that for what we'll really have that. And you guys grow to back. I'll feel comfortable waiting twenty five minutes for somebody like, I'm going to be I- office to open the door for me and gimme a tag like you don't know why am I have to wait downstairs, you serve you guys. He's not even to sort of me. I'm not getting anything. How long Zemun you promised? We does. You know, Jim does he likes dark? I don't care if it's ninety degrees. Don, Alabama recruiting, he's going to have your sweat it on the white here. We got to give you the white. I get it. I know killer with it them. I'm gonna. Hey, you're here today, but saying this for a while you can come into my, my locker and have have all authority. I'm not going to know where you got you any money today, just going to get cut both ways. But anyway, you can have all the white hats shirts. But before we go up there, down there anyway. Right. And like I said, we working behind your bike, so I can I, we want you to make a publicly probably a commitment, not years from now. Like we have to work start working today. So next summer, we can take the team for a great experience into Greece, and the Greek islands. Wow. I'm all for that. Okay. That you go to I'm committed. I don't know. Where do we put it up for a vote with the players, but. Any players. So if you put up for vote with your players, I got ninety nine point nine. I'm good chances. That one pretty well. I've been hearing Brown jug. Is that going to stay open and what's going on in south you right now? A lot of construction over there element Hussein open. I mean, I'm not gonna make vitamin is going to give it up. I have a long term lease there, but, you know, we're going through the growing pains like everything else, too. Nice beautiful been skim up. We're going to have another two thousand shouldn't live with walking distance, but till then we have lost some good friends. That allows the business there, where do I go in where should I park to go to the Brown jug? Now I can still get there by right? Last time. Remember, you park anywhere. You want. I had my I had a secret spot that I don't wanna say whatever you don't leave it at that. I had to park, you park where you want. Everybody knows you truck. Everybody knows you. We live in our, I don't think going to have any problems worst-case scenario you call insight that ARCHE garage. Parking garage the parking for you. We got the parking garage. Right. Pretty pretty. Right. Right. Is that still you can still part? They opened the road. Now, they're all this open is open still missing some parking spots, but feel feel bad, that would low some good business because all friends, there, we have another we lose. What is that? It's up on this place. It goes through the Suzy Kyoto some in next week is garden something garland. Yeah. The Chinese place and Japanese place, both right next. Yeah. And then now. Yeah. It's been there for a long time, gray people agree food. I have never gone there as a student. They brought the broiler traffic to us Jakko. I think is the Japanese Red banner Borge fi when now beaver Barwa now. So it was a place on the less than I might come in life or your basement. Babysitting. I love your kids. Remember this name of the, the place you could go there right across from Brown. Jug, B Bim. Bob remember, they had the, the bebop. It was like a permanent. Pronouncing it right. Yeah. That's right. The Korean bowl. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You got some rice, some what was that? What was that place called was it? One eighty three four five would have been opened. I can't remember. I really got to be somebody that I remember. Please tweet at podcast with the name name. I just wanna remind you Jim is as I've got about four breakfast as a week. I get that a lot when I started, mentioning about seventies and sixties when you went eighty two eighty three eighty four you looked around the room and everybody's looking at you, like which was he talking about that a lot. So I don't want you to think that you're out yourself. Full breakfast. B Bim Bob and a. Cheeseburger to I would get a cheeseburger to be been Bob there and it'd be like, less than the other base few times. If you remember when therefore pizza and fried singing, they were famous, he was over in, Dan. Ryan the corner. Remember that, that was another good place. The only place that was opened until four thirty in the morning. And then I helped him on Friday and Saturday night after the bronze access and using Lou we're getting kids. They're from reeks, or other place, downs rare that current blue Laverick that are, you know how they wanna make found so they will eat in Ron different direction. So we had to say some once in a while. So one of them got stuck inside the lawyers were is that local people, you know, then the place you saw new one enters one Nexen, right? Schofield big at bat. Their owner is right behind me. He has his spots with pizza pizza solvable. I have a broom should go after him. So it's not throwing rocks different spots. Finally, I hear commotion and I tell you, I guess I was pretty good fighter, but this kid started getting up, and he goes up and the guy was like six eight and I said well now. Now I have to absence either. I'm gonna play offense. Why almost that writing for? So the owner stopped me, why the guy was embarrassed. Of course, he was laughing, whatever who got the money and say, you know, you on second remember, now twenty two dollars with the owner. The big the big I in the back, you know, Tom, he tells them incre-. No, get some more money were running after him for twenty minutes. Dooley's has gone. Right. That's not doing. This is going because they hit a little problem is their score. Keepers? Now, you know, we're going to go next rainbow room and Rick's, right? Yeah. The other one. All that under new ownership to the place that was on the corner. Give me a street, right there on south, you right around the corner from. Oh, good time. Charlie? Charlie, charlie. Heirless than you never know. Same name honors. Yeah ops. There's departure will remember that was a great idea different owners. He was pretty much where the cell now in spa the personal pizzas. Then then go right because he was expensive. It was in new thing, but you know, things Sam tense tense. I mean, you know, tens they have sends Rick's gift Sanjay. Remember, we're going there. Listen to live music to and all the cartilage Davinson's sitting outside lined up. Summertime on Rick, Rick, I don't think is what name Steve, Steve back. No nowak. No, Steve garlic. I love Steve because what is the beers at one point? Yes. Yes. And they're now over at Westside. Yep. Yep. It's a fun trip down memory lane with the Perico says here and attack each day, the harvest podcast. Thanks for stopping in. Thanks for having us. He was a lot of fun. And. For the loudest applause here at Michigan stadium. This fall, what will it be a heads or tails? We're going to we're going to elect Belle's tales fails, the visiting NFL visiting team will be choosing. I'd like to say good luck for the season codes. But we don't you know, like Larkin ask me to make a t shirt with a number twelve and he took a picture Brown's Fisher with number twelve in the back and next time you come Zach, you're gonna see porcelain the back, not the rest of Nikko is not that won't support the team Bono. Go twelve. No. He's a great guy going twelve or no. Hockey stick you go. Did you have something to do with that? Nico. I don't know. Excuse roommate. Coming up. Next. Classic Jack talk here on a package day, the Harbaugh's podcast, this is Jack talk. I wanna listen, I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team. Jack talk as you get older. You get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find hair grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag, Jack talk. It's now time for everybody's favorite segment of the week, Jack talk here and attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast and this week, we are going back to the beginning of the year for a classic Jack talk, you will never listen to row row row your boat the same way ever. Again. I've been waiting all weekend to share this with, with you IRA, and Matt. We all talk about our philosophy of life. We all have a philosophy. Some of us are less likely to express it than others, but I want to give you my philosophy of life. If I might absolutely and I will do. It's kind of in a song fashion if I might. Ro ro ro your boat. Chen, Li down the stream merrily merrily, merrily, merrily life is pod, a dri. Now break that down for you. Roll roll. Roll hard work, rowing, is not easy. You got to grab a hold of that those rows. And you've got to pull those rose through the water. I mean it is it is not as role row, your boat. You don't have to worry about another guy's boat. You don't have to worry about what's going on around you and the neighbors. And what's going on here there? Just take care of your boat, gently let you don't have to go through a life with with fists clenched, and John jutted, and teeth clenched. You don't have to do that generally row row row your boat, gently down the stream be smart. If you have a chance to roll down the stream, I prefer that to rowing up the stream down the stream merrily merrily merrily attack. Each day with an enthusiasm, unknown to mankind gently down the stream mayor. Merrily merrily. And I'm talking now as a seventy year old seventy nine year old man life is, but a dream when you look back, you almost look at it as you wake up in the morning, and you had this crazy, crazy dream, it can't possibly be happening to me or happen to me, but be damned if it didn't life is, but a dream so all of us together. Jim you're here with us in their, the part about row, your boat after rose somebody else's boat. Do your job. 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Being Old School

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Being Old School

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One sports net production available on apple podcasts and podcast one. He is currently the head football coach of the University of Michigan Wolverines and a former player her his dad and brother are also former players and coaches but there's more to them than just football. It's time to talk about attacking life each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. This is attack each day the HARBAUGH's podcast ask with Jim Harbaugh. Hello everybody welcome to another edition of attack each day the HARBAUGH's podcast coming up in a little bit. We're going to get to our guest. That's Sean Patterson Data Shape Patterson as we do our the continuation of our lucky sports parents terrance feature but here we are back inside TEMBEC coaches. Jimmy Jack Harb are here big Johnny Focus here he's in Matt Dudek seat because Matt's on a boat somewhere on a Disney cruise having fun with the family as you guys get a chance to wind wind down for a few before things really ramp up coming later on this month of course Jackpot comes up later on here as well a reminder subscribe to us on Apple podcast. You can listen via the podcast one APP or on podcast. One DOT com. Please follows in context on twitter at A._D.. PODCAST or using Hashtag Jack talks coach great to see greatest you spin you've had a lot of fun these last month or so a lot of things going on including your daughter graduating high school. That's always a fun time especially when you know that your daughter put on that maize and blue as a student athlete here at the University of Michigan that's a signature moment but <hes> when you graduate from High School you put that Diploma in a frame put it up on the wall says something great about yourself and very proud of her and looking forward to the next chapter her life here at the University of Michigan which I know is really sad and I talked to Jim Abbott about that as well. He's very excited for the <hes> your daughters to join that program and take the the women's we talked about it in the context of the baseball team actually and take your daughter's help lead the water polo team next adventure like baseball team well we had we we had about five or six girls. <hes> the freshman were in town for orientation they all came together and there was some some fretting from the parents about pillowcases and pillows blankets and things like that and and the big complaint was there was <hes> there's no fans or air conditioning in the dormitory so <hes> some of the parents called upon us to to bring in some of those pillows and blankets and things and sheets which we which we did now some of the girls chose not the they went and slept with their parents at the hotel because there was a little too hot so here's here's my advice to grace was Gracie. This might be very well planned A. and thought out by the coaches of the water polo to put you in a nice you know a steamy dorm room test you know test. You never know where a very well thought out. Tests may be placed so don't complain pain all say above your door. You're no whining no whining so she did she <hes> she stayed in the dorm and and the head no complaints advice we enjoyed we enjoyed the three or four days she was here. She is so excited. Get the smile on her face and we talk about enthusiasm unknown demand guy she so excited a teammates were here freshmen teammates for future freshmen teammates. It's just excited to see her. Start this journey it is a nice next exciting next stage in the life and you get an up close personal. Look at it. It'll be to follow along here on attack. Each day the broadcast as well. I was going to say that including that also had a chance to be around around the kids and coach him up some sports. One thing I noticed is that the way parents are dishonest with her kids. These days they don't tell them the truth as to their ability and and what they need to work on I know I <hes> try to hold down the old school approach and and the Telhami kids things like that that they need to hear but it got me thinking so maybe go around the table here. What was the one thing that you heard heard is a kid? When you were growing up? <hes> wasn't very nice to me like a lot of the hall of famers that that stand up there and get their hall of fame. They always talk about something that really drove him and motivated motivate them where somebody told them they couldn't do it and then they they the overcame it so my theory is maybe kids today. Don't are at a disadvantage that they're not getting told things really the truth so go ahead. I got one my dad when everything's east things didn't go well for me athletically not that he watched in came out watched a lot of sports but when I was starting to to complain about something he would tell me explain this to me. I don't really understand you will not amount to a fiddler's Damn <hes> in baseball or basketball or football. What what do you think he met by Wendy? DESCR Forza fiddler's damned as any. Do you have any idea now fiddler has a little short a stroke. I guess you know but I knew I knew it wasn't good and better step up my game in order to get over that particular and he never did come back at any point in my career and say you know what I was wrong right and you never hear a parent today. Can you imagine in that today. I play I play early. It does mean it means something of no real value well. That's what I thought. Here's a here's one randy wise is <hes> I get my car from Randy wise up there up there near Flint and Fenton and playing golf with him and his son Chris and Chris tells the story about when he's playing Tennis High School Tennis I'm presuming and he lost a really tough match. I mean when when long against a very very good player and came off <hes> Kinda felt decent about the way play and he went to his Dad Haddon is his dad randy said if you're coming over here for me to tell you how will you played in defeat. Go talk to your mouth now if you want. If you want me to tell you what you can do to get better than I'll talk to you. I'm going to mom yeah. You don't hear that these days Jimmy Kane my my brother-in-law said his used to shoot baskets in the in the driveway and his dad would sit on the port that ain't it. That's not the right you have. The elbows not high enough. You don't hear that these days today here. Everything is how good they are wonderful they are. They're gonNA make their beast. They're going right to the pros John Fox. Do you ever hear any anything eighth grade. I played basketball ball and the coach called me. A knucklehead said I was never going to be able to make it in basketball and then went to high school. They said I could probably never graduate from college so don't even think about going to college and when I got out of high school I with the Miami University and I carry my diploma with today and I went back and showed us people when I graduated. There's this is the kind of thing it's the kind of thing that you carry with you your whole life. When I was in seventh grade I was at the Michigan Football camp was supposed the camp because the camp was only for ninth tenth and eleventh graders but you being a coach dead I was able to finagle my way into the camp and I'm in there with the quarterbacks getting taught stamp perish who's a great quarterback coach and and good friend I think he was coaching at ball state at the time but he was there coaching to quarterback? He took me aside and said kid. You're pretty good athlete but you're never you don't have the size or the strength to be a quarterback you ought to you ought to think think about another position coach in seventy three. I think going to grow fast so he didn't. He didn't give me a fast but I don't think I said that I love but I know I said to myself. I'm I'm going to grow but it's the kind of stuff yeah here. You are in your fifties. You still thinking about that kind of sounding. I'm thinking about that. What I said to me? It drives you a lot of positive back in the days that I start out in coaching nineteen sixty one the the prototype coach was Vince Lombardi and you know he would get a little bit sharp and and demand toughness and ups and downs and all the different things that he did but Roy Perry never took a real positive side and never took a real negative side one time he called me over. I was thinking I was a junior in college and he said to me Jack. I just want to let you know you have the talent to be. Maybe the best defensive player that I've ever coached whoa and then he said on the other hand you could be absolutely the worst and he just turned around and walked away so he's right down. He took it right but you know what he was doing master psychology. You have the ability to be the best but if you don't step it up you're gonNA move. Maybe closer to the worst so it's in your hands. What do what do you want my opinion is that if you think you are the best player on the team or you think you're one of the top leaders on the team then you should want to be pushed? You should want to be coached harder in more than the other players on the team because you think you're really good i. I'm glad I feel like I'm a little old school now. My kids only six but I feel like I'm a little old school. My daughter shooting hoops and she does like an over the head I go. You're not playing soccer. We're playing basketball. She does like underhand like Rick Perry and you do it like this and then she'll kind of goof around and I we go to the driving range and she's had a little golf lessons and she's Kinda screwing around a little bit. I'm like head down. Pay attention focused what you're doing. You're not going to be very good at this and we're it to get you better so I feel like I actually have a little old school in Atlanta. Throw like a girl. I have not told of that. I'm sure that I can throw a ball across the room. We're we were beyond that Lindsey you part of this Sousse new generation or the not at all. My Dad has never been shy about telling US exactly what we're doing wrong. All the time and I've gotten thrown like a girl a hundred and fifty million five whatever you do to not throw like a girl and my dad used to stand and the fence on my softball practice. What are you do quite frankly? That was a horrible throw. You can't hit a beach ball so we did not play college softball or any college athletics and I'm not a professional athlete but I am a world renowned podcast. Thanks Jim Thanks Jack. Thanks IRA also if you know what I'm bleeding from this discussion from each and every one is if you're just honest if you're dishonest and you don't and you don't make it as if it's a world shaking decision I mean it's just be honest and then they trust the honesty the and we'll get better when you suggest a way to get better and if and understand if it's a total total complement to take it as as of today and in the process of work it could change tomorrow and everything you're going to say it's going to be from the heart. It's going to be honest and you love them. You care for them and want them to be the best they could be. Whether it's academic athletics or any other things so Jimmy Jimmy Canes on Joe Cain and Jack are the same age and they were playing this cornhole game and Joe was throwing the real real stiff real stiff wrist and elbow and get a little more risk into little the wrist wrist and I think sometimes people are a little hesitant about other people's kids to you now <hes> very much our next door neighbor Mr Mr Mr Silverstein were still over stone silverstone showers Rudy Silverstone Greg. I live right next door on Anderson I mean he would sit on his porch. Search and I remember John and I play catch out there and if you try to catch it with one hand I mean he would holler at you from the hippy under two heads what the heck with the head going on. He wasn't involved at all in the activity except sitting on his that eight at US two heads. I don't even think you may as I kind of sit here and think about it. I'm catching with two hands bailing out and opening your stance up swinging the rocky movie when you meet Him Punch a bunch of times there's right to build up the right that would have my dad kicking my leg back in because I have bailing out and taking my leg and trying to hit you know stepping all the way like third base and just having a way open way to open the bucket and I would step in the bucket. Get an I get yeah. Stop stepping into her that a ton you get afraid to hit getting hit by the ball and maybe maybe we've hit on something. Maybe we struck on something. Maybe parents today. Maybe it's their problem. Maybe parents are afraid to have other people. They're they're prickly about other people talking to the kids whether it's a coach or a teacher or neighbor or Japan. I think you're paranoid about if they're critical of their kids at the other people are GonNa look and think Oh what a bad parent you know. They aren't supportive of there but they don't understand the trump takes a village. Just anyone ever seen fear strikes out was it Frank Pearsall was his dad right yeah and when he was a kid I mean dead tortured him. You know you just get him in a catcher dirty. Throw balls off the concrete and be bouncing. I don't think he had mass graves bounce off his body out tough enough getting he snapped. She'll be assaulted. I'm here to tell you that I've seen the movie and I grew up as your son. I got a huge different refrain fear so jack back speechless. Don Martindale was our coach at Western Kentucky University and his son Thai and Don is a a big cincinnati reds fan and he wanted tied to be a major league player he had every every gimmick thing you throw a ball and the guy would hit it off a tease and he was doing everything and I started calling frank and I didn't tell him frank I said I thank you might be pushing. It done know Frank. You're you're Frank I ever see the movie and he said no and I went out and found it over the Senate I mean you had I had to go through all kinds of hoops to get it and I got the hoop. I said you need take a look down. Take a look at this and see how close you are to be in Frank Peirsol in which I've ever been ten years old over at Stone School baseball field it looked back and saw you on top of the chain of Jimmy Pierce climbed this O.. J. Wasn't fry spreaker. Remember the movie. Oh Yeah it's what he snapped. We hit hit two home runs. That good enough is that good you love love to pull it was changing and they pulled him off his hands were bleeding and they were trying to pull him off and they took him immediately to stand correct. They took him to an institution for like nine or ten months and then he came back and I saw him in a game in Cleveland. I was in the Ballpark when he was center fielder for the Indians he was playing center field that second game of a doubleheader. I don't have any idea what happened but he was in center field and the umpire fire missed a call he thought it was a strike on for the Pitcher in Center Field K cut tossed in the first and just went bonkers. I just don't think there's anything wrong with the way for N._p._R.. Or the way are your parents. Well thank you. That's probably the greatest thing you've ever set up about my parents to be compared with Frank Pearsall you netted oh it takes a village and to me my only apprehension would be if the person that was trying to tell my kid how to do some didn't know what they're talking about right a coach. I want the Costa Coach because you're an expert at everything. I don't know enough to know what I know and I know that everybody else knows other things. I want so if the next door neighbors trying to show that the kids had to do something and I'm like well. I mean how to do it but I know that's is that right. I don't want to someone else teaching the wrong thing. Also I want to coach knows what they're doing or I'll find someone if it's the soccer thing. I'm not a big. I don't know a lot about soccer. I watch it but my wife has kids. You played soccer. We'll let them come in and show grace how to do the soccer things. No you know how to do and then get someone else. That knows what they're doing. I have no problem with somebody else coach out my kid. She's it was basketball camp this week. She's got a great time on the way more about basketball after three days and I showed her in two years but that's because they know what they're doing. I don't know what I'm doing just enough to to fake it and she doesn't like Rick Perry. Does she know who Rick Perry is. She has no idea who various but my dad impressive Rick Perry Houston so underhand free-throw she will unless maybe maybe we can end with the listeners can send in their what was their favorite thing that somebody told them when they were young where they where they wouldn't make it at podcast. Send us your stories at A._D._D.. podcasts on twitter you can also use Hashtag Jack Talk and we'll get those over the next few weeks here on the air on the on the podcast speaking about coaching and we've had a lot of great coaches come through the building. You're telling me about some earlier is I think we love to honor. The pass and Michigan has a great great history in football players coaches etc and lash did a great job with the with coach Gittleson and with big johnny honoring them and putting them where they rightfully deserves to be honored and you now have a thing that you're going to do with coaches as well. That's right we're going to honor Michigan can football coaches who have twenty plus years of service. <hes> have a nice plaque that we're going to display here at Chin Boeckler Hall. It's really a great list going back to Jack. Blot who had twenty one years coach at Michigan. <hes> twenty six to thirty three and then forty six to fifty eight also Terrell Burton twenty two years Jerry Hanlon twenty-three years for Jackson twenty-three years cliff keen twenty-three years while he weber twenty-eight years great wally rubber stories stories that I've heard from John Fox and Jack Harbaugh while whoever used to have freshmen teams when some of the freshmen used to beat the other teams are show them up a little bit freshmen were ineligible scrimmage against the Varsity Lloyd Carr Twenty Eight Years Gary Moeller twenty-three three years many used her bond thirty one years both Becker Twenty one years and fielding twenty five years so that's eleven. It's an impressive list and I told Jimmy the other day I don't think there'd be any others eleven years twenty years a long time to coach to one school especially for an assistant coach and and nowadays even head coaches you see the way I think tremendous competent and I'm really happy that we're doing it just to from my standpoint again having gone way way back. I think this is one of the most prestigious groups of coaches are individuals representing University of Michigan football that we have we have so many things with John Fox and in the years that he spent here and Mike Gittleson and knows years oser all fun fantastic numbers but these what twelve individuals that coached here for plus twenty years in service that they've given the University of Michigan really is to be honored and compliment you food being able to do that weighed probably think about your working. Adult life is forty years probably good long full adult working life and to give twenty twenty plus of those years to the University of Michigan. That's an honor the worth bestowing there was a I just read a quote about Benny Banks. We were just talking about I don recently and the quotas he came here to be a college. Freshman can the Michigan and he never left he coached from Nineteen Twenty eight to forty seven twenty straight years and then became head coach from forty eight to fifty eight so two thousand as an assistant eleven is the head coach and during those twenty as an assistant I think it was like eleven of those as the assistant basketball coach nine of those as the head basketball coach here too and then he dropped the basketball head coaching responsibilities when he took over for Chrysler head football coach coach so he was double dip and he's doing football and basketball for a bunch of those years twin clean wrestling with the Russian absolutely did he coach both football and wrestling at the same time had two product. Did I believe he did and then for the army game. Honorary captains are going to be Lloyd Carr Gary Moeller and alcoholic very cool so that a they'll Lloyd and Gary Oh represent that <hes> that entire group baby honored the other other twenty twenty two families beyond all eleven are going to be honored <hes> we're going to do a nice plaque with the Lebron's kinda face and then a bio of each coach each individual will have their their own plaque and bio and it's going to be put we think right now in the office hallway outside of my office I think is fantastic. What were you had on cliff? Keen is an assistant coach for <hes> for Michigan Twenty six to thirty and thirty to thirty four to thirty six than forty one and forty six to fifty eight. He was the wrestling coach from nineteen twenty five to nineteen seventy. The sixty eight wins ninety-one laws nine ties thirteen big ten championships. I don't think there was a big ten include the wrestling on his plaque coast over one hundred years if you do together there is some impressive resumes you go back through the history yeah the coaches and the way it used to be where you would do multiple sports at Times or coaching the Freshman Team and also coaching position coach when you're a football coach and we're all we're going to try to get all those coaches together that <hes> that are alive <hes> Friday night before the army game and <hes> for Jackson though won't be able to make it because I talked Josh it can be playing ball game with sounds like he's going to be well. He will eventually but not not that not that night that'd be later. That's uh-huh later in the what he called yesterday. Fred Jesse called home yesterday and he was so excited and so happy that you did this. He just couldn't believe it. He was just filled with so much enthusiasm and really couldn't believe that doesn't happen to me. I think that's a great thing and Jerry Hanlon that when you talk to him on the phone here he was taken back to Jim. Didn't you think were you were in that meeting. It's not all Jim this was. This was Dave Abe love seeing is when you're talking to him on the phone so humbled it even even antiwar with so humbled talking about how could you be if you're in the in the in the same mentioned the same dance floors Boesch Mbacke where many user bomb fielding joost Gary Moeller Lloyd car while he Weber Cliff Keen Fred Jackson Jerry Hammond Thrill Burton Jack bought them and that's a that's a group from top to bottom that is great that is impressive list. I think of John Harbaugh in their line that he makes about <hes> Billy Graham's comment about a coach in one year. We'll have more of an influence on a young man then some people have in their entire lives and add up the number of years just at one institution the University of Michigan and you can think of how many lives these twelve <hes> influenced and and had a responsibility four over the years. I mean it's it's. It's an awesome thing. I think no question I mean at Beauchamp Bekker's funeral read John. I mean there was a stadium full stadium full and a lot of people today a the only thing I hope that my whole seven I am not hoping to die in the summer. When it's a Nice Day no rain no no wind or anything they say you get about two hundred more people not me eighty? Don't get two hundred more hope to get twenty more people but if it's a nice day and the weather's good you can expect more to come so I'm hoping for a Nice Sunny Day thing my dad would like is the power play to be drawn on his gravestone own power play. Are you changing not always be the power play no matter what happens with the offense and where it go it will come back so the the other thing is one time I asked my dad is the dad you've you've lived in a lot of places you Ohio. You're born there in California Michigan Kentucky. I think I know where law Iowa all over the place. You're going with this. I go dead true story that where would you like to be buried. You already said surprise me. That isn't my guy I must. I never shared this with you. Art modell tells that story he was having dinner with John After John. Got The job with the Ravens. He's talking about. Bob Hope he's at Bob. Hope was like one hundred years old one hundred one years old and his life was coming to an end he had all his children his wife around him and he hadn't spoken like in two weeks and fading fast within minutes. He's GonNa pass within minutes son leaned over and Worcester he says dad. We've never talked about this. Before you leave the earth tell us. Where would you like to be buried and he said he didn't expect it's an answer because he hadn't talked in all those weeks and his Bob Hope as only five oke ado is opened up and he said surprise me before we wrap things up here big week for you? Guys says we're starting to get football on the brain as of summer is winding down and Campbell be opening up in a few weeks and so media days across the country for the different leagues going on big twelve this week S._e._C. This week later this week the big ten days in Chicago and you're bringing with you. Ben Bredesen's Khaliq Hudson Jordan Glasgow and as soon as I saw the list my immediate reactions were longtime starter cabinet offense line longtime starter and major computer on defense and a guy that is that starts on pretty much every single one of your special teams unit so you have all three three phases of your team represented in Chicago this week when you bring Ben Bredesen's cousin Jordan glass got a Chicago no doubt about it they hudson reticent and both played in Thirty Eight Games thirty eight thirty nine possible Oh game since they've been here and then Jordan blackouts played in thirty nine games the last three years but also it's just it's three guys that they just go as I watched the summer workouts and Spring Ball they go. They don't ask ask why we're doing things. They don't ask what's next. They don't complain. They don't wind. They just go so <hes> you know three three tremendous as Jack harbaugh would say football players. Let's talk about anything offensive this defensive off this call me. A foot ball says it all right for four player. You've described in Boswell as a man can be described. The way you've described is your team and the players in your team. It seems like that having to narrow it down to three football players to go Chicago. Now it's easier because you eliminate the freshmen sophomores that haven't been here long enough and probably the juniors as well but it seems like you have a lot of guys on this team that fit that that description and you get three that jumped out to you but it's I guess that you probably had to go. I guess we can't take all of them so we have to pick three but you have other guys that are asking for going back to way boat that when he took is to Chicago it was always <hes> the seniors. These seniors are fifth year guys that went on that trip and we're we're doing the same and yet it's not it's it was an easy just to pick just three. You'd like to take more but I think those three really are great so <hes> that's usually signals off so <hes> the start of the start of the season and <hes>. I know it's a slow period where there's not much to talk about four people when it comes to football but <HES> L. that. Income signifies the beginning and our players are doing a heck of a job right now working out very very impressed with the with the team at this point itching to go. That's what I'll say in Chicago. I'll have to say that a one hundred fifty different ways over ten hour period and then you get when you do the scrums with could you might have already addressed this but I just got here. Can you answer this question. My answer that five times already feel really good about our right out. Legwork can't wait to get started you. Have you ever been to a media day darned tough to beat. I ever seen a media day where a coach doesn't say that and they don't always believe it. I know you believe it but not every coach always believes it but it's like signing day. We love the set the class we signed not always believe it but they say even when they don't and coaches is to our really excited. It's ready to go. We're really excited about the opportunity of where the team is right. Now I think you could just copy and paste for fourteen coaches and then well. That's how you feel right now. I would hope sure do hope springs eternal that at a <hes> as a word is that an adage. I think it is not a baseball baseball term played football too in spring training twenty game winners all the pitchers and another big event coming up this weekend coming up in up in up on the island mackinac island big celebration at Lou Grant Hotel celebrating the eightieth birthday of the grill the ninetieth birthday the legendary Jerry define how we got we got a couple of 'em club events up there yeah <hes> Friday night and Saturday and I was talking to Kenny Hayward on the phone last night. There's going to be <hes> quite a quite a celebration over over multiple sports be baseball players there from the eighties and and some <hes> some football player John Wrangler enriched Hewlett are going to be up there and then some some other sports as well and it's a great time to I. was there a couple of years ago so much fun. It's so much fun to be around all those Michigan people all of them talking and it's really neat to have all those former athletes together talking about Michigan talking about how great experience they had here to University of Michigan. That's neat stuff. I was GONNA try to make it but I can't make it up this weekend. I got a couple of dogs. We already flesh that what he didn't WanNa go there had already told us yes. Could you talk well. There's two banks to say as we go here. This is one of those things you could've been very soft with that. I'm not going to be able to make it but you went right to the dogs. which is the honesty that we talked about? It's honesty and somebody's not trying to glean over at this. You have obligations and my dogs are my best friend every time I come home. They're happy to see me when leaving the morning. I believe that that's the only to do that. You're the only guy I know that has your dogs on your phone. Oh Yeah I got my dog so I carry with me all the time and I got a camera at home. That's what I'm saying. You can find out find out exactly what my doctor doing today here sound when does that trigger something in the house like a beep dogs. They come to attention every time I turn their camera on. They look around so they know the camera goes on yeah so they know look look and they wanna be on their best behavior all things John. I think thank you lost Cam for the dog. It's a great idea great. I'd look at them every day but that's really neat up your mackinaw island nice and it's really Paul Paul. W Smith Alvie shows up on Friday tonight he'll be there. Oh really yeah <hes> he'll be in and he'll come in and say hi to everybody and of course getting hey. We've got a great voice beautiful voice. I mean he does a great job on radio. I listen every morning when it come to work. He such a great guy and he's a big nice. Good Michigan Guy Big Michigan. There's no doubt about it. Yeah I always get the encouraging tax from Mr Paul W Smith in of course W. W. Stand for oh. He said that one day and I forget what is a skit. What it is now that Eh find out I'll give them a call but Kenny Hebert is going to be there? You Know Kenny was voted. Top Ten baseball players played baseball at Michigan. Can you Haber did and he was old. I soccer. He was the first baseman relief pitcher pitcher when we had to win a game we go to first base. Okay can't he come in and get him out. Any never failed us here. He was on the fourteenth was eighty three team eighty four team yeah we went to the world series. I I work with baseball for ten years and we the World Series five times. I mean I'll tell you right now. That's that's a great experience. I told Eric the other day I said go on to the world series is like going to the Rose Bowl. I mean it's big time and Eric Pretty well yeah. Could you get him that tape of John Jack when he hit the ball through the middle. We'll make sure he gets get to tape and we'll make sure he gets get an evaluation. I'd like to get evaluation Jack Swing you know an honest troy knocked Jimmy's camera I think he did a great job not stepping into bucket step in straight keeping his weight on his bag pitcher all right through the middle. We could get that an honest. We don't want positive I can tell you Jack has to pay. You'RE GONNA have to step up his game because we went over there. With the Herbert boys the other night and Charlie Herbert who's eight and then <hes> Thomas Herbert another go-getter. He's probably four or five but <HES> IT pretty good ball game jackal zone. I'm not saying he was good as wasn't as good as Charlie. Did you tell him he wasn't quite as good as Charlie that you bring that up or do kind of gloss over that I told him he yeah he's got. He's got a little work to do. Is You could see their sure <hes> Charlie's on a on a baseball so he wants to get a team now he wants to get out of baseball team. We gotTA GET HIM ON. All Stars team play but I want to tell us about G._M.. You know how how proud we my all of my children but yesterday may been been one of those moments we got no backyard and the next door neighbor is it's an empty lot and the neighbor has not taken care of cutting the grass I mean it is at least two feet high in our left field. We you got a little diamond in front of our back our house there and we're hitting these wiffle balls into the neighbor's yard and we're losing ball after ball after ball we had at least twenty four balls. We're down to about eight and so I see him coming down the hill with a push lawnmower. He didn't own a push longer. He went out and bought a push lawn more what it was about twenty four inch wide one real wide but twenty twentieth twenty eight balls Blue Blue may not home as and it just blew down in Jack and I are playing and he come down he just barroom electric. It's got a beautiful sound to the old gasoline engines I mean and the gas would pollute the air yeah yeah this is gas had to be charged. Not Electric had to be charged and knocked down no sweet. How many balls did you find in there? We found three balls. Three balls is all some of our under the trees then but what a father this guy is taking obviously he went to see the Herbert's and herbs might have been just a tad better jack so he had to find a way to get to go out and buy a lawn mower and Johnny two year old. Janis was really into the whole thing putting it together and start you assembled Lamar inches you actually assemble actually watched the video I read directions and watch the YouTube video better than a lot of us do before we wrap up. It's Paul William Smith Base. There's the W Paul Smith when I see him on Friday yeah. I'm GonNa say Paul Williams Nice to see you get a kick out of that too great guy great stuff guys coming up next our lucky sports parents segment returns with Sean Patterson Data Shea here on attack each day the Harbaugh's podcasts as the college football season quickly approaches. We all no Michigan. Football is the talk of the town. 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I JUST WANNA flash back to nineteen fifty seven Bowling Green State University Jack Harbaugh Freshman Jackie harbaugh freshman cheerleader playing basketball guest Toledo rockets and big George Patterson walks on the four cast a scattered cast a shadow across the entire floor figure fig- George whatever that is coach yeah. That's that's that brings a tear to the eye amazing. We had to just quickly get into this. Yes but I wasn't fifty seven fifty eight or maybe fifty nine all in Green Played Toledo in bowling green and the lights went out. They had a problem with the electrical system and Jimmy Darrell put on fifth pit up fifty st two points that night without the three point line and against the against the rockets at Big George. That's that's story gets that story is better when when the late Bush Komis my dad and I'm back in all those guys sitting around at about midnight story even gets better better shots get to be half court. Don't they yeah Yeah Oh yeah oh yeah he shot the he actually shot the light south that was that was the headline in the papers at the day. Jimmy Darrow shoots lights out of the out of the Old University Jim Memorial Gym so you're exactly right. Was that a bowling bowl ingred at bowling. I was in attendance. I was right three three rows behind the bully agreed coach had front row seats for that the lights went out scoreboard went out the only way they could give the score was they had people hold up pieces of paper with the score. You know sixty to fifty two boxing matches to declare the round left. How much was left? Was Jim ZAC playing for he was on the team defined playing Lang. Is that what you say how how would you describe that. It's you know gyms playing in uniform waving close friends with you right there. I mean we're your roommates. Jim Zach and Jim Andrews. I were roommate. Zach attack was what how tall was he about six four six five so he's probably like six. Five yeah with guys got together. You Know They Thurman My Dad Gyms. Oh you know you just felt like you just felt like they were bigger than life. You know even though there would probably be a six five six eight six nine but just their presence and those guys just were bigger than life concern Catholic Catholic central or did he play at Woodward <hes> actually <hes> which I would say that would word I played it Toledo Bowser and then my dad played at Pittsburgh Central Cap and Jim Zach was Toledo central Catholic Yeah Yeah. Yeah Great Basketball Family Patterson's your your dad went on. He played briefly with Troy pisses well and you were if I had this creek that you coach basketball you coach Fremont Ross. Actually I coached I played basketball and baseball and college and then when I got out of college I worked for a company. I I've always coached and one of the first kids that I ever coached was Charles Woodson and Fremont Ross Ross he was he was a freshman <hes> never forget give it full like a kid. We're hoping Jim and I'm just watching the kids and I turn to the head coach. I said coach who's that because Charles what's and I go years. He goes the freshman. He's a pro. I just didn't know I just the one sport yeah any sport. He wanted to throw any sport is a great of an athlete wow so talking to Sean Patterson here dead of Shape Patterson and attacking state the Harbaugh's podcasts and Multiple Sport Athlete your son on of course multiple sport athlete as well as three sport athlete in high school and even got drafted by the Texas Rangers and spent spring break with the Rangers. What was that experience like for Shea? I've been <hes> last year. He actually <hes> they since we lived in San Antonio for part of his contract just reads that he has to go a week a year with them. As long as he's playing football last year he got to go many em you know Detroit. Tigers fans remember Howard Johnson so he would get up for work. You know it is work so he would get up to work and you work out all day on one hundred degree heat ticking hitting constructions from Howard Johnson and <hes> head coach Aaa and then after that was done around four or five o'clock in the work then go to go get a bite to eat and they'll go in the clubhouse but the a uniform on and go out with the team and <hes> addressed with the team sit there with a lot of ex major league guys or guys that are you know young song shoop ways kind of was right the passage. You're either GonNa make it or or you're coming back down right there. You got to experience experienced professionalism <hes> every night until about midnight or seven or eight straight days why you guys reader on vacation or when you get that time off so he did that last year and this year he went directly to spring training and surprise Arizona and <hes> I think he really helped out as far as understanding professionalism you know and realize that these guys there's a hundred and sixty one games here and that's just the game so they some of these minor leaguers on get you know one Sunday off one day off a month <hes> so his so his <hes> disrespect for for the game of baseball and it's a little bit different than football you know guys are always in a batting cages or tell on with each other did after they're helping with the crafts and I'll try to gain spot so I it's it's been a great experience for him and it was a great experience for the Rangers. It's kind of funny to see pro. Guys want to college guys autograph. That was Kinda fun watching that AH little watching watching baseball and <hes> you know six four two hundred forty five pound linebacker chase near side so I enjoyed that a little bit more. I know that the the Rangers you've got to have batting gloves alloway would chase style is with the batting glove or not but he came back after spring break with a blister on his hand pretty pretty big could we can we make sure he's wearing a batting well that I saw that going on that. You know he's not you know he's a pro so I saw going on and looking at it and he would he wore the batting loves and he wore right through the batting laws but <hes> they told us it out but he wouldn't sit out so he kept on playing with it and <hes> yeah that was that was out in one day. That's how hard they work out there well. Let's take a take us through Shays Shays Path 'cause started his career in Shreveport and Calvary Baptist. I guess he was did he grew up in Toledo before moving with you guys to shreveport but he played Calvary Baptist where he won a couple of back to back state titles then he went to I am g almost and then the here why don't you take us through from the family's perspective if the TR- The trail of shape Patterson through his way to Michigan the one the one thing about the trail. Is You know that a lot of misconception about that like a lot of it was his choice. None of it was his choice. It was it was all you know hey family's gotta move so you come with us so like luggage. You're coming so up until Lido until about the fourth or fifth grade actually played on the same <hes> same grade school team is <hes> Sean Kaiser from quarterback in Notre Dame aiming with the packers and the guys on the same team <hes> and then we moved down to the border of Mexico where my brother lives Andy Play <hes> at a dual speaking <hes> espanol Spanish and English heist all <hes> a dog right on the border of Nossa. It's freshman year <hes> and he actually committed Arizona because you know that was probably pretty but supposed to school in Texas a pretty big state and he was still seven hours eight hours Washington University of Texas and then my job transfer to Louisiana and he went to Louisiana and well they they went for all intents school he was a freshman. They won the district championship. Eh actually against one of <hes> coach coach <hes> Casteel one casteel he went to port is about he'd beat their their team. It's range from <hes> from the District Championship and then we moved the following year and he went to Louisiana and they want to state championships. <hes> factory wings just got drafted in the second round by the browns is one of his teammates and then on the seven seven on Seventeen Devon white fifth pick <hes> so get got to put those those guys player of the year in Louisiana and they want to state championships and Kinda outgrew that a little bit <hes> and so he was he could have actually graduated after junior from academics because all the schools were really college prep prep up and got a call from my g <hes> they had a quarterback me ten re that left at the last moment and so he went there for a semester and that they want kind of a mythical national championship they're made his way to Ole. I miss as a as a freshman and sat out most of the year addressing the year then played three games <hes> first game in front of one hundred five thousand people kyle field and <hes> the next year and then thank God he ended up in Michigan with coach Harbaugh and January January second junior year <hes> they had a you know unbelievable your last year and look better things this year so the kind that's kind of in a nutshell but <HES> <hes> change change. He's been through six offensive coordinators and six head coaches and six years not six coach will be his first coach that he's been through <hes> with two years in in a long time and I know he's really really loves it there well. I'm hoping that this will be the first time that we've had a starting quarterbacks backtrack since I've been at Michigan so I'm extremely happy here is here and <hes> no question I mean for me my dad. We're talking about this. The <hes> where the quarterback position is today with the Shea and Dylan Joe Milton and Kate McNamara and then the the pipeline as well is <hes> is really good. It's it's it's it's a situation of quarterback is fantastic <hes>. I can't think of think of a team in the country. Who's WHO's got better? That's how we feel and dad you know exactly the same way and I just as interesting we Sha- the other day we were had a chance to visit here and we must have talked for about five minutes and I can see a relaxation about him that I really didn't see last year. You can see the second time around you know you've been through every experience that first year you've been through so now you're starting to go all over at through it again and I really sense that that confident look in his eye and this is going to be just an outstanding season for him. Last year was a huge learning experience <hes> so talked about kids. They get a lot of calls about Michigan quarterback and I just feel it's you know an coach about played it and that's one of the reasons Shays there that you know he can relate to being the Michigan quarterback and <hes> that's one of the probably the most prestigious positions in college football and you know there's one hundred fifteen thousand people know exactly what to do on every play and they know what <hes> you know what he jim knows what he's going. Through every time I knew last year after the house ousted game when he got hurt and they gave him crutches and he wouldn't wear them walking out of the Ohio state game within one and then I just whispered into coaching I don't care what is that outrageous. He's coming back to play for you because that how I knew how that was going to be and <hes> you know he's settled in you know he's. He's temple guys pushed him. In the quarterback. Got You know Co quarterback coach that you know he's learning from so told me different guys and and <hes> you know in a way I'm kinda sad because it's going to come to an end here as well though very shortly. I can't wait to get started but I don't want it to end yeah <hes> because you know I noticed that same thing coaching is got that sense of urgency now and <hes> comfortable and <hes> I don't know comfortably the where but the sense of urgency and just really really knowing what it expected of Michigan quarterback and it's a lot different and <hes> I think the spirits with the Rangers how <hes> definitely last year help and <hes> you know the coach so the kids the guys in the quarterback room all pushing each other. You know it's one thing to be the Guy <hes> but there's another thing when you know you slip up another guy right behind you so I think it's great. We're Michigan's build up to to where they got guys coming in and WANNA come in every year to people that job. Hey Sean it's Matt Hey I I've seen I've known Shea and I've known you guys a really a long time and I've never seen J. so so so comfortable so you said it best jazz confidence confident and just and he's always been a competent but it's a it's a it's a it's a strength behind it. It's everything for the second everything you've done. You've already you've already done once and <hes> very very well liked by. His teammates likes his teammates. It's <hes> a focus a focus yes that is without as much apprehension when you don't know you haven't been <hes> what's going to happen now. We just <hes> got a straight path. You see that you see the focus. ooh Let me let me ask you. This question is transfer. You come in. You've been transferred you come in after two or three years in a new situation they do that at other positions you know defensive linebackers defensive backs linemen and <unk> type thing that a quarterback he comes into that he comes into that building. Don't you think it takes a little bit and you know it takes that that year you know to say this is this is where I belong. This is where I'm accepted. This is where I've demonstrated that I can play at a high level and I have so much more potential in and you start to feel a certain confidence about yourself. Jim's got his hand up here so I do. I do think that it takes a year. I think most guys not only that it takes it but they have to the have it now now. Shay was a guy that he came in. He started the very first ball game and and he played he played winning football and then opener last year against Notre Dame and through for in the mid two to hundreds and then won the next ten straight ballgames as <hes> as the starting quarterback against against multiple ranked teams and big ten powerhouses so <hes> I agree that most people need it and uh he was he did it turned out that he he excelled without being here for for that year that that so many so many quarterbacks at every level really need to have and the one thing that makes so excited now he gets now. He's in it for the for the second year. Don't you think sean well. You know there's there's one thing you know and it gets talked about you but you really don't really know about it until like even this year as a parent. I feel like I'm a Michigan parent like you know last year was transitioned removed bone back and forth and no shave humble to a point. Almost you know he was not going go in there and be arrogant and you know tell people what he was going to do. He just GonNa go if you told him he was gonNA run the wishbone. That's when you eat around last year Jim harbaugh coach. That's what he's GonNa do and you know he he just settled in and now he was a transfer from old miss last year but I think this year he's the Michigan. That's that's you know <hes>. We'll see that's that's. That's how I see. That's how I feel and that's all it's how you feel when you make that transition so <hes> <hes> in a now I feel like she thinks team is his didn't WanNa step on toes. <hes> there was a lot of great players already so there's a fine line coming in because you know play Michigan. You've got to be pretty good then. You've got a pretty good you go. Probably most kids do so so you know they're gonNA walk in this guy. Is this in really when people get to know she most time people say man. He's he's pretty tombo kid. He's pretty quiet you know so there was a perception of him coming in and he was just kind of you know take over and but that. That kind of isn't the way he goes so he's found his way and now it just time and he feels responsibility as Michigan quarterback 'em. He's GonNa graduate as a Michigan Man. She's not the oldest transfer <hes> you know. He's he's wearing that Cabeza blue proud they don't they don't see him as a guy who just got in there. He's he's he's established himself and yeah I a hundred percent different numbers hundred percent different talking to more of the phones that here the last year well. It's all been <hes> everybody everybody here loves them and <hes> you know so many so many great things about him. I mean talent <hes> work ethic and the competitiveness he wants to make Michigan Great and he wants to make himself great but there was there was never any any question to whether he played the bowl game or not. I mean it just out of his realm of thinking yeah not to play the ball game. I mean that's that's my kind of guy you know are kind of guy never never a question of whether he was going to come back and make himself as good as he could possibly be for his senior year and make Michigan as good as they could. They could possibly be for their their senior year so <hes> I mean just another another another thing. I love about him. Knighted gets more you know the Michigan experiences more than just football and it's <hes> you know I'm talking. I talked to my son Nick and he's seen it a lot of kids. A lot of kids call up parents call and ask about it but it's experience to. It's just not football and you know I can tell you one thing about my son and I know for a fact that it doesn't matter hopefully we're playing for a national championship. That's why he came back for but it doesn't matter she is going to play every game. Eh Michigan schedule while he's under percents. The only way he will not play in a game is if he is taking a stretcher and taking his helmet off. He's he's a throwback. He gets that kind of from my dad <hes> back in the day but you know playing in a bowl game is not an option your Michigan Your Michigan Guy. He's never played the game for money. That's not what drives him. <hes> you know people talk about it but you know he just loves football so we're. I'm just happy ecstatic. I'm pinching myself that I'm he's on the phone. Call that you know coach are blah. I love civic gaze of him and just seeing them smiling. He's watching you coach it. Just it's just an I can't even can't even tell you what the experience has spend like and <hes> you know to go through. It's just I can't believe the father able to go through it as fun. It's fun as a coach having haven't played the position I just I see I know what the look is coming out of the facemask. I know what the look is when I look into the face mask as as a coach and when I see Shay out there and I see Dylan out there and I see Joe out there and see you know Kate. Okay I just I I see a little Jimmy Harbaugh and they're better. The good news is better than I was at. I don't don't get me wrong. I Love I love the fact but yeah they're <hes> they're great. They're great youngsters to work with and they just don't come any better than we got. Just from my standpoint heavy watched Joe play here at the University of Michigan back those eighties Jimmy Harbaugh is how he was. He was identified at that too. I see a lot of similarities in the play of Jimmy higher volume and J. Patterson just to be mentioned the same brasses kidding. I've had experience this year to <hes>. Actually I got to speak to cades parents <hes> you know and we're out because nick rookie camps and different things and you know a couple of things I just told him was that nothing is going to be guaranteed and when you get on that field you earn that spot so and when you do get on that field you've prepared. You know there's a lot of schools you can go to that. They'll say certain things and guarantee certain things but you know the only thing that Michigan is is it's hard work and if you don't there's GonNa be some of their to replace you and that's just life so in this day and age of instant gratification to kids and things like that it takes a special kind of kid to <hes> to go through. Do that and I think you know we're sitting in a great situation. <hes> you know I'm. I'm really excited about the season. That's the that's the message we're we're in the camp season right now. Sean and you know that that's the message that we're sending out it <hes> to future wolverines or guys that are thinking about being wolverines <hes> come to camp get out of the car put on the cleats and head out to stretch and we're going to we're going to compete and work and Uh get better take coaching and and improve so that's that is the the the attitude we're looking for. They will be no flops and sunglasses and you know getting back to your question you asked about the story a little bit and I just thought of one thing and so when Shay was transferring of course my phone was ringing off the hook and you know everybody was guaranteeing things and saying hey we need for next year. You know is you're GonNa be eligible and now the I coach coach Harbaugh and I don't mean to give out your signature coast. Coach Harbach said there will be no guarantees. I don't care if he's eligible if he has two years that's great <hes> I just WanNa know if y'all from will he come and you know that the way you know we've been brought up goes back to your initial state with my dad coach. <hes> that's how you're brought up and so when someone that honest with you I told you that because anytime you're coach guaranteeing something I think I did one thing I guarantee them one thing and opportunity and Opportunity Reverend to offer to security that opportunity that's it that's it I have people call time. I said don't go there. If you don't want to challenge you know. Don't don't go there challenge but you want to be the best and you computer job. That's where you go so I remember that that's people ask me how he got the Michigan and we never took another visit. He never took another visit. I forget it either. We were sitting at <hes> who were at that <hes> that that <hes> like it must have been like a crab kinda place or what was the name of that place it was it was it was place where we got eat alligator for the first time yeah alligator bites across bread across the Gulf of looking across the table at Shane. I said come to Michigan. We will guarantee you an opportunity and I could just and I look for his reaction and the job muscles tightened up and he got a rolled up his share a little bit and I knew right that we we're we're talking to the right guy exactly exactly and I knew I knew as a dad. You know people say well. Why are they just said listen? I'm a dad that never played college football. Jim Harbaugh's it's coach. He's in good hands. Just relax just relax and <hes> so it's been it's been an amazing as it's been more. I mean more than you could. Imagine and I think <hes> you know everybody. There's that word potential and I think that <hes> being there that atmosphere is is that <hes> bringing him to where the most you can be as a person <hes> because you know everybody has their ups and downs but <hes> you know someone that's already been through it and so many support people around it. <hes> could be happier and I'm just like I say I'm thanking we'll be talking to you guys. Hey Sean. I have to sit next to coach next to the senior at least one game because we have something we did. We have fun last year about five seats away from me and those five people between us I mean they got. They got a real different fuel Michigan Football Trump Grafton Chris people did this was you and I and I guess the hundreds of thousands you know Jackie Jackie. I mean you were given the fans. The two heads showed it to him. I know you've been to bid if you practices in spring just <hes> your thoughts and also as you know the the coach and he's getting from Ben mcdaniels and <hes> system that Jazz Gazza's put in what's been the feedback you know <hes> he has told me that <hes> him in coach mcdaniels Daniel Spend. Just you know they're on the golf course they do everything I'll call them and he'll tell them or you know so. I don't even call me more to be honest with you unless it's something that he needs to know your sister's birthday don't forget yeah you know he's so immersed in this thing and and trying to be the best quarterback that he can be and you know the feelings that he had a couple of those losses last year <hes> you know we'll we'll never be forgotten and that's that's he loves the coaching you getting <hes> Say hip plane the offense whatever you said to do and <hes> coach gas coach gather. They're pushing him to to levels. You've never been pushed to before and and so each day he told me the other day is so excited and I thought something really great happy death. You should've seen someone seven-day. I'm like how Mike Okay all right. You know it just is so excited about this and <hes> the journey for him. Make it read a book <hes> The journey for him <hes> and then so so roundabout in an hour he's ended up with coach. mcdaniels gas yourself yourself and you know he talks about all the other coaches to coach more and <hes> you know a lot of different guys and you know go. Do they allow the guy's office she just he's more comfortable now like he's a Michigan man is not the almost transfer so that's it. I don't know back to my original. Premise here as we open this this podcast if big George tell me about big George here today if he were here today and he had a chance to to be a part of this whole thing this this give me his reaction the action well first of all. They're probably be a big tent over at pioneer start about Thursday night or whenever Friday night and then there'd be every guy from in sixteen above that ever played sports and they'd all be there and it would be the biggest party storytelling that you could ever go to <hes> if for free the price of admission and other stories that would be told in <hes> you know that that's why Shea word. Everybody wanted Shay nowhere number twenty old this now because it's bad father. We're going to twenty but I I know that how proud he would be an end up. You know Dave Bing was on his on his protein. Just all the guys and I I know that for this way I wouldn't WanNa be the guy shouldn't behind him. It said something bad about the court that's strange. I had that same feeling city stadium with you. Last year I would hate to behind you that situation. It just comes with the territory territory but now he would he it's a dream. It's living when you say you're living. Treatment is <hes> so kind of like you watching your son coach really that much but bring me back to that member is is is knowing having been with him and round him and watching him walk onto that basketball court I I have great stuff great feelings about that. Those are the days you know they. They kind of live on chase throwback. She's as a throwback and you hear about all these guys. He's quarterback this that that well I think I think you know same thing with Jim last year's thirteen fifteen years the N._F._l.. I I'm sure he was challenged by guys who thought they were better than him <hes> but they came out and second <hes> that's kind of that's kind of just make up right now so we're we're. We're we're really excited and you know I can't tell you how much I can't wait to Middle Tennessee state so that that's the first that's the first thing I'll remind right now. Let's go go blue. Yes Sir yes sir. Thanks thanks guys. Thanks see you when you get to town all right. Take Care Okay bye out coming up next Jack Talk Secure on TAC each day the harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack Talk. I WANNA listen. I want to be better. I want to be the best I can be. Welcome to our team. Jack Talk as you get older. You get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find hair grows rose in places that it hadn't been before welcome to Hashtag Jack Talk. It is now time for everybody's favorite second the week Hashtag Jack talked here on attack each day. The harbaugh's podcast and one of my favorite things is to catch up with Jack after he goes back to his hometown of of Crest Line Ohio and you were there jackass celebration on it you just had your birthday and whatnot so you got a little celebration and have some fun down and Chris Line. This is something Mike Gottfried. Joe godfried cousins. Mom's sisters put together a celebration of of Chris Line. I know on Friday night. <hes> we had about one hundred and fifty people come <hes> some much older than myself some much young a little bit younger than I was but we had a chance to talk about the old times a few young people came but we really enjoyed it and then on Saturday we had a family reunion the Godfrey the Harbaugh's the <hes> the Ryan's and the graders. My Grandmother's name was greater so we all got together probably had about sixty to seventy that that. That came for them but the the the trip down I gotta tell you about the trip down and an observation that I have and be interested in your feedback on this. We're driving down Jackie drives she will. She doesn't let me drive anymore. We're driving down we get to about you Cyrus Ohio Ohio and we're following four motorcyclist. I mispronounced motorcycle. I'm on that. I understand that so you're good whatever it is but anyway we're following them and on each byte there was a writer you know a typical local writer us all dressed in leather little bit stocky guy and somewhat ball a little bit fleshy in the face and no helmet <hes> in the wind's blown into his face and he's grinding that thing up and behind it is his girlfriend Alfred Wife. I'm not sure significant other and she's hold on and each of those motorcycles had a driver a man and a holder on which is a woman and I come to understand. Here's what we'll never have equality sexually talk about until I find a motorcycle being driven by the late woman and the guy the guy on the guy hanging on have you ever in your life seen that particular image. I've seen women writing next to the guy like they're all out right now. What I've never seen that okay? How about you mackenzie so we until we reach that point? I'm going to have some reservation about whether we're really door. We WanNa be talks about men and women relations okay. The second thing second thing is I'm with sister-in-law my brother. Jerry passed away and we stayed at their house time for breakfast and she pulls out rice rice krispies. I have never seen or tasted or had rice krispies for twenty five years. It was my favorite cereal but I may be in the same ballpark. Never Energy pulled them out and she had two or three like now through this this this. I want rice krispies because I hadn't had them now. I'm sure you remember the Kinsey would not remember the old rice crispy commercials that Alcopop Rice crispy snap crackle in pop meant what that was the sound they were making as soon as you put the milk starts into the bull with Rice crispy snap crackle and pop or the noises that came out of the bull so I'm looking. I'm thinking porno milk. It's like a reflex here. They come. They didn't come no. It didn't come and I'm told Jackie I said. This is what a force anybody our age expect snap crackle and pop. We're not getting it and she says what she says. It's clear Isabel so I took a out of my left ears my best ear so I put my ear about one inch above the milk and the Syria you know what snap crackle and pop was as clear as a bell so it's still there so any of y'all timers out there and you haven't had it. I guarantee it will bring a smile to your face. You know why you're why why you have the issue you as a coach for all those years were headphones headsets and annoys everywhere and loud whistles whistles got me and but even on game days you wear headsets and there's a lot of voices coming through and that kind of thing and maybe things get loud you have to turn it up because the crowds getting loud behind you you've headsets and whistles that definitely a detriment to your hearing what we had our we had our Friday night event and there must have been maybe ten speakers to talk about their experiences at crest line and <hes> what the crest line experienced it's did for them in their in their life's work and <hes> there was a Knick vote and his father Steve a story that I had not known <hes> always wanted to go into the Military Young Guy Probably Twenty seven twenty eight years old <hes> wanted going to military's want junior high school high school college wanted to go to west point got into West Point graduated from West Point on over to Afghanistan. One of the missions stepped on one of the line my line mayes loss boasted legs up to his hip and he was there and talked about crest line and then he went on to speak Walter Reed Hospital for months months. Maybe even even on years many young doc nurse there and they got married and they have they have a baby daughter. They're living in increase line. His father was there to talk about the experience of all that <hes> very emotional but this Gary sinise is an actor the had what was his Dan Lieutenant Dan and his group his foundation built a house for Nick and his wife and his daughter increase line off cool and and revered revered <hes> as you would think citizens and and just a tremendous story and then my sister <hes> judy she she's a year younger than I am and she told a story. I'd never heard before. I mean fantastic starting cheese. I Sir speak before she got up and did a fantastic job and she told a story about she gets comes out of high school. My Dad never got involved much with our lives but she said that he sat down with reese. Okay Judy. What's IT GONNA be two choices and only early to number one? You'd be a teacher to you're going to be a nurse which ones are going to be. She said pretty much have always been shy. I can't see myself standing in front of class. I think it'll be a nurse so now. She has a part time job at the Y._M._C._a.. T._A. and there's a father freely. He was the priest at the Saint Joseph Elementary School School. I went to kind of a tough guy. You'd never want to go to his confessional. On Saturdays. You had to come in and confession. There was a young priest he had his confessional on the left side of church Father Froehlich had his confessional on the right side and he was a little hard of hearing and and you'd get in there and get say father father. I have sinned. I did something whatever it was. You did what tell me you did this and he would almost tell and he would like us talking to you but I mean it has gone throughout church and go so the line for the young priest on the left side was there will be like a hundred people waiting in over here. That'd be too so you had to decide whether you want to wait for one hundred five afraid but anyway he would come in for breakfast at the Y._m._C._a.. MM C._A.. When my sister was there and they got he's she she went on to say he light up a cigarette? If he wanted service I mean he wouldn't yell out fi lit up a cigarette. You came and got him to kind of think a poached rotate or something and you got a twenty five cent tip and she said he never mentioned my name like I ever was in school had no idea who I was and after my father told me and I told him it'd be nerd nursing father fairly what what do you want to do in life she. I'm going to be a nurse. I know someone up here Providence girfriend school in Sandusky Ohio. Let me make a call for you so he makes a call about a week later. They call back. Tell her to come up for an interview. She comes up. They give her a full scholarship. Four year full scholarship never paid a nickel for anything became a nurse and then my younger sister became a nurse at the same at the same nursing school and she was talking about life life. You know the direction it takes. Here's a father giving you choices. You take nursing what if I take and teaching here's father Froehlich <hes> he knows someone at Providence. Nursing School gets me a scholarship and and on and and just let a fantastic life and and how it all worked out but the other thing is mytalk my story is this in nineteen forty seven forty six now picture this now this put this around with Jackie Robinson not yet or just going to the Brooklyn dodgers in Creston High School. It was integrated. I mean it was totally blacks and whites in school and everybody sports everybody. Everybody played every sport. We knew everybody lives in the same neighborhood and on the street one street for me and down. One House was a guy named Don Sonny Woods. He was a star football player denoted time but but he was number one and number two in his high school class got a full scholarship to Heidelberg College went there and played football became a physician a doctor moved away from crest line but and black and the time Jackie Robinson's is coming to the league and <hes> was was he was my idol sunny woods and I think if I'm not mistaken he wore number thirty when I could be wrong on that but when I was a freshman asked me I want number thirty one. I want Don Woods number so the diversity Christina at the time the two running behalf back with him on that team were nap and Wiley Morton who also lived on Bauer Avenue on the other parallel with Livingston so they were down the other street we knew them A._M.. We'd go to games and and watch them play and and I was like seventy years old and I have that memory of <hes> of these guys and now then there was another guy on that street named Mac Mangum he lived across cross from sunny or in that neighborhood but so he's at the event and he comes up and talking about Sonny Woods he tells he lives in Michigan and his boss is Jim. Weidenbach son of Jack Weidenbach. That's his is that's we who he worked with and who he sees every day and I think he's living southfield or someplace like that and wants to come down and get together but but he was the defensive end on that team deep and <hes> but Chrysler was so far ahead of the curve at that time there was no there was no just everybody together living in the neighborhood and the Sandlot that we talk about and all those different things now fast forward ten years at Crest Line is Gates Brown. His grandfather lived on Bauer Avenue on the other side. <hes> were napping Wiley Morton lived that was rex James. His daughter was Phyllis. James Played on the basketball football team in one thousand nine hundred thirty one with my mother they were they were teammates and played and they say that it's best women's basketball team in history Chris Line Phyllis was just out of sight. My mom I'm sure was as I was the basketball player a member of the team but <hes> so that part of it John Brown Gates his dad was maybe the best football player to ever play at crest line in the early in nearly forty so to go back and be able to to be able to share that story story of of crest line and what it was five thousand people lived in the town but it was just such a fantastic experience to go back and then the next day we'll save the next day for next week. 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This is attack each day the Harbaugh's podcast with Jim Harbaugh. Hello, everybody. Welcome to another edition of attack. Each day. The Harbaugh's podcast IRA wash up here. Once again with our coaches, Jim Harbaugh, Jack Harbaugh director of recruiting Matt Dudek is here as well. We're a couple of weeks into the semester. So winter conditioning's going you're busy, obviously on the recruiting trail. But I have noticed because you put a tweet out about ten or so days ago, you still get a chance to do some family time take in some some basketball, which you your daughter playing basketball, just the way you guys would like it is what it looked like she is leading the team in loose balls. Nice. She is doing that and rebounded. And and then we have that's Addy. She's ten years old playing for the Mustangs. And then we also have Jack six had his first ball game playing for the polar bears. And cold. Be at fifteen rebounds. And what you at four four baskets. They say eight points on Saturday point. He knows exactly how many points. He got don't give that how many points you guy. You know, exactly how many got we had a bunch of recruits in on Saturday announced it there was a nice announcement. And when he walked back in the building eight points, fifteen rebounds, he was like Dennis Rodman. But outta Papa Jack was walking around with his chest puffed thought a little bit. It was good. Well, let me I gotta tell you the story though, we're at the gym. And when Jim and I when I go to the game by myself. I'm rather quiet. I really am. I just kind of sit and watch. But when we get together. I mean, it's unbelievable. I mean, the coaching that goes on loose ball. Bog get in front getting from an coaching going on. So one of the Ponant parents down the end kind of whispered to me at one point during the game is you know, coaching is not permitted from the parents. It's nice. Oh, what's what's penalty? What's going to happen? They say well, the referee will warn you one time. And then after that, they they could possibly ask you to leave the gym. And I mentioned to Jim Jim they if they warn us one time, and we continue they're going to ask us to leave the gym to which Jim said, well, they haven't warmed this yet. We have a license to continue. Fled Shama gate. Sean McGhee sons team that day. Miles heads the baskets. We were trying to get them over to our team the. The polar bear showed up. We only have four players and the hawks head pray about twelve or fifteen players know, I'm interruption you here. But I gotta tell you the hawks were second graders. Now the pullover first graders in Saint Francis. So it started they came in. And they saw their plan each trash talk on. I mean back and forth. I'm you know, it was like like like the big guys. I mean going on that we were in a little cafeteria. Go ahead. Well. It was the second graders at Saint Francis. Had the Sodano boys. The the McGee boys were over there. And we were we were willing at four and and they coach has got together. Yeah. You can you're going to then. Jack harbaugh. Steph said it goes, okay? Well, we'll we'll take number twenty four. We'll take. Mcgee. Boy we wanted him on our team. And then we still go ahead. Well, the coach the coach of the hawk said, no we're going to it doesn't work like we'll rotate a player over to your side of of our choosing. So we lost our first negotiation in in that game before they went out on on the floor felt pretty good though. When when the when the official came over, and and to become committed you on Jack talk, I knew we had a chance that second warning may not come. I knew we am. I don't know the gentleman's name. But he deserves a real shout out. The official name is David. He send us a tweet. All my. Has a picture of you with is Emily, and I were pleased Jim for you and Jack harbor after he even put roughing quotes again, the younger Jack Harbaugh played in both were really gracious. So I guess he calls it refereeing. But they they were good. They were good after the game. We had a chance to visit with him. And the and a beautiful story is he was with his daughter his daughter, and he were were roughing the game together. And so I've mentioned to him. I said, you know, I I would love to get involved in this reffering. I think I could come out. And and he's you don't think you'd really it's it's all voluntary. So tremendous shout out to all those gentlemen in this Christian basketball leagues for these youngsters that come out there and come out, and they're all volunteer. Fish, all volunteer, and they come out just in in the snow and the cold to be there with those young people. So. The game either. I mean, they they actually coached the players while they're while they're out there. They take the time to stop the stop play to tell them. What they you know, what they do in that situation. Yeah. That's a fouling. This is why I was a found. Yeah. That's nice lear- learning age you want to learn and you want to win. So there's a you get the competitive part? They played a win. These aren't games where they just kinda played a play especially played a win. Right. We didn't have a score. Keeping us only score was by Jack Jack, Jack seem to have the score. He had like twenty twenty eight to fourteen or something like that. Probably right. Told me later on the day with the score was he's canning with score. He he really gets. She keeps it in his head. When there was no scoreboard. I mean, he is scoreboard everybody in the stands. Teammates. The other team, Jack what's the scoring? He's able to give it to them. Someone's got to be out there keeping score. When I saw your tweet from about a quote from tweet from about ten days ago. There's a quote from your daughter. I was kind of thinking about your quote board there when she has if you're not playing aggressive, then you're not trying hard enough that did that come from you that come from her where did that the from her K from her, Sarah. My wife was was telling you that she sur told Addie that she thought she was playing to aggressively because she was diving on the floor. She was as I said, she leads the team in the loose ball. And an Addy said mom if you're not playing aggressive, then you're not playing the new not trying hard enough. If you're not playing aggressive than you're not. Then you're not trying hard enough. That's incredible. We gotta get that on the board. You're right. Yeah. That's I mean that those are profound words and learning young. It's an important thing. Learning young we're we're trying to sell it on my five year old. So I like the the lessons since your daughters are just a hair ahead of. Had a mon-. I can take these lessons and show them to her and she's picking up on it. And speaking the lessons there we had we had burns E three eight one tweet in last week. The Jack talk row row, your boat analogy for life on the podcast was awesome. Definitely going to use that. And we had Ashley tweet. And she said I was listening to this week's Jek talk while getting lunch ready for my kids. And now my two year old is wandering around the house singing row row. Thanks for that. And go blue. I know I was singing it with my kid after we left here. You were alive. Right. Home told my girls. Yeah. There's it really is profoundly simple yet, very important. So those that miss it. It's on last week's podcast. Roar your boat is all the lesson you really need to to make it through. And then maybe a quote from Atty Harbaugh's. Well, that will that will get you going so coach you've been out busy running around. But there was a little bit of football on TV a chance to watch the games. Yeah. Watch both games to tremendous football games. The level of the both things were playing at me from beginning to end at every phase tackling special teams. Tough competitive catches by the receivers the quarterback play. I mean, everything everything at the highest level remarkable games. I got to apologize to you. I owe you a deep apology from way way back. We had this on the podcasts. At one time. We talked about the member of the nose hair out of the nose in the discussion we had leading into that about recruiting offensive line. If I were putting on a football team fire were on owner of a professional football team today. And they said put your team together. I would put it together from tackle to tackle on offense. Those four teams yesterday in my judgment have maybe the best for offense of lines in all of football. And you look at the patriots at the end of the game. I mean, their offense of line had just worn out Kansas City defense to where it was no moss. They couldn't play anymore. It wasn't that. They didn't wanna play. They had nothing left because they had physically dominated in the trenches offensively and defensively. So with that policy humility that you're showing now, I I'm very appreciative about that. You may never never be hurt. Again. Right. It's never even he's he's don't follow them. He's never heard any conflict whatsoever. I have no words one quick thing. This just jumped into my mind when Jim was playing when playing at Michigan or play at the bears, we'd watch the game on television, or whatever, and we would call, you know, an hour or so after the game and get him on the phone, Jim and you'd go. Wow, this went well. Wow. This went well, then he he would wait. And it'd be that same silence that you just heard right there. And he goes, okay. Give it to me. I know it's coming. It's usually third in progression. Come on give it to me. What did I miss what I see what we thinking? See? Through a tool. Jagger is in the right? Okay. Why are you throw that interception, basically or something? But as a father, you really reluctant, you know, you want to get it out. But you just kind of don't wait for the right time. And then there's a little bit of pause in the action. You get it in there. And then I get okay. I know it was common. You is it longer or shorter after a winner a loss or did. It not matter comes a lot longer after a loss. You try to find a lot of Atta boys in there before you so easy to jump in. So if you were like using last night last night's game the interception the linebacker for Kansas City made that great play in the end zone in the first half. You would have gotten to that a little earlier because Tom would have won the game one of the game. And when he because he's he's feeling really good. What you wanna do? Then bring him down just. I thought the way the football played out kind of built that fourth quarter and the second game yesterday going into overtime kind of built like a crescendo to this amazing day of football. It was terrific both games go to overtime, which got me thinking a little bit. Because overtime is so different in college in prone. You've been a part of both sides of it. Do you think that there's a benefit one way or the other should the pros? Find some way to get both teams the ball or do you prefer the pro way that they do overtime versus the college way. Yeah. It would which I like better. I like I like to pro way of overtime better than the college. Where there are a lot of a lot of conversations coming out after yesterday because doing when they get the ball. Now the rule is if you force a field goal, you get the ball. You don't if he's and I figured that actually works out pretty well. You make a stop, right. God. You know, my favorite wave overtime would be. We'd be okay. It's it's tied at the end of the game. And then the next quarter is the next is like played like another quarter. It's like a basketball over time where you play like bass lower time if Michigan's plano highest state, and they. Sixty to sixty over time. They played five more minutes, and whatever's the result at that. Is you keep going, and then if they're tied they plan on their five minutes, so usually playing the full quarter, whatever the result is at the end of the full quarter. Yes, somebody scores scores. A touchdown team gets the ball. Then the other team gets the ball. You kick off that ball. I if a team was driving in the fourth quarter, and it's tied then instead of taking that ne- the next the were six seconds left in the game. Okay. The patriots got the ball, six seconds. That's a play. And you start the start the fifth quick start at seconds of Satan. We started second in the second six second and five the big good way. What do you think of that? Yeah. I think it's pretty good. I think that was kind of continue it on. Yeah. I think that. Yeah. That's I never heard that. There you go. I someone was trying a big conversation coming out of two conversations where the MS penalty at the end of the with the saints game. They were talking about pass interference a lot of that. And then overtime what the rules should be. Maybe the boat team should have a chance to the ball. And I think the turning it into a full quarter. All right. You got to play another quarter. See what happens that way, you will get an opportunity unless you put out a fifteen minute drive which I win the game. I think at the rather than student is a yellow issue game. L LSU was playing. This year. It went into six or so I wouldn't say started over the five yard line. If it was in the pro game that you start at the same spot. I just figure both teams get at least one touch just to see what both teams can do. But playing a full quarter with Texas four seventy two seventy four seventy something that's not help. And we'll talk about the safety of their planning. Another forty five minutes to an hour. They're playing football subjecting themselves to contact an injury. I I really I've never heard that before you convince me I'm an advocate is your brother still working with the rules committee weekend. We could Ford that went onto the NFL rules committee. I tell you the one that was interesting in the second game was the call on Brady. They called the roughing the passer on him. Oh, and he didn't get hit in the head. And he and he get hit in the head, and John, and I were texting back and forth. And he had a great one. Is that when he got down maybe to two minutes left in the game. Five minutes left in the game. That all calls can be challenged. I mean that could have been challenged by coach if he's willing to throw out the flag and challenge it and risk giving time up at the time out at the end of the game or or. He's subject to that. I I think that would be good. Because that's when the games in pro football is our decided there decided in the last four five two minutes of the game. So give the coaches the opportunity to make those challenges. They brought that up with the challenging a caller a non call with the passer fierce calling the saints game because you could challenge that then they would see that. It was passenger fear and everybody's saying that Bill Bill sex. He's been bringing that up for maybe when I was in the league meetings. He started that prior around two thousand twelve or thirteen he was he's saying that every every every call every penalty should be able anything can be reviewed false. Start a holding in those situations. If I were a coach I'd be very careful about using up a challenge early in the game knowing that I want one I want one in the last four minutes, two minutes, five minutes. Whatever it is. I want one then because it could make a difference in the game you'd be a little less anxious to. A us one of those challenges up really empathize with Sean Payton. I mean that was totally miss call that I mean really gives it gives the saints that interference call the saints would have won that game. I mean, all I would have to do is just run the clock down to four seconds kick. The kick the game winning field goal from about the ten yard line of. So and it it was so made me feel the we had we had an championship game. San Francisco in the New York Giants where giants had the ball. Just under two minutes to go in the game. And they swing the ball out to the little flare out to the running back. He catches it. Navarro Boma comes up thuds them up and then strips the ball from him and recovers the ball. We would head the ball. The about the eighteen yard line with under two minutes to go with a game being tied. Couldn't kick that field. Goal and and won the game. And they they called forward progress had been stopped. It was just I mean, the the worst call same kind of thing. Like, how do you? How do you make that call an obvious call? And it's not reviewable just whistle. And you know, you don't get it. And then the giants ended up putting and and I believe ball went off of Kyle Williams muffed muff that pot. Another just that kind of stuff when that when it comes down to a call at the end of the game that that we're, you know, we're going to the Super Bowl if if they if they just make the right call, you know, so feel for Sean Payton, and that situation coming up next we want to try something new here, we want to introduce you to the parents of the members of Michigan's class at twenty nineteen to start us off to Claude Johnson, quite a guy. Interesting story to tell you. So we're going to introduce you to Claude Johnson father of Cornelius Johnson coming up next here on a tacky each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, sixty seconds. That's exactly how long this commercial less. You know, what else you can do in about a minute. Get an offer for your car with truecar. That's right in the amount of time. 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And you've heard from Joni and Tom Kriens been in the podcast, obviously, John is called in to the podcast as well. Well, we want to introduce you to the newest members of the Michigan football family. That's the class at twenty nine thousand nine through the eyes of their family through their parents today, we start off with Claude Johnson father of incoming wide receiver. Cornelius johnson. I doing Jack Harbaugh. Hey, coach. Oh, you doing great. Thank you. Jim, jim. How are you doing great? How are you guys? Really good. Good. How's cornelius? He's wonderful. He's asleep. Right now. We were we were watching those games. Today's pretty amazing. Sure was. Heck of a day of football kind of a fun time in it. What you get a chance to watch the game with with your family and get a chance to talk through love commercials because then you can interact. Yeah. You know for for years, we we've been we've had this habit of muting commercials. Like from since the since the kids were little at a great idea. Really? Because I always thought some of that time you have with your with your sons and daughters gives you the opportunity just to communicate talk yet. Because because what happens is you're sitting there and all this stuff is going on all this noise in the background. We've always had this concept of stillness like sometimes you just gotta be still for second. And that's when that's when the real ideas happened and real connection happens. It's a great concept, the concept of sitting still and just putting your electron IX downloading the television, and you know, sitting in a room and Chattan, and you have three boys and you're able to do that. That's actually a pretty impressive thing. Well, it's this as we started it when we were little their little kids, you know, like just mute the TV and honest. That's when you can take a break from being kind of like captivated kind of like a hostage of the TV already. So might as well just stop for a second. And then you can think about something else. So it just do something else or just ask questions or talk or whatever take a break. Yeah. So that's been that's been. That's been good one thing that I've had a difficult time in the first person would tell you that it's my wife Jackie that it's hard for me to be quiet to listen to be silent. But one thing that with grandchildren now getting a second crack at it. Silence is not a bad thing. Just listen. And sometimes you hear nothing and just listening. Eventually, you're going to draw some conversation from your grandchildren or from your children, and I'm seventy nine years old, and I'm working on it. I'm quite not quite there yet. But I am working on it to mazy ways. Early seventy nine years young. Oh, thank you. Words never it. Because you got three three three boys and are really doing well in school and in on the athletic fields. Tell us about your tells about all three. Well, yeah. Thank you. I'll start start with the youngest. Carnegie is his name. And he's an he's an eighth grader who's we're just in the process of applying for secondary school for him. So so he'll probably you may be going to boarding school or some other school. And the reason we're doing that is because he's really good at basketball and upwardly are maybe it's not as competitive. So, you know, I've always just decided like, hey, you know, what we're ever we have to take him. That's what we'll go. So from from real early on started taking him to AAU basketball team down in Harlem. You know, it's just a commitment. And that's what we've done. So he's really good kid. He's a really good communicator. He's he's got this IQ kind of like a communication, and maybe like emotional intelligence, I q that's really high. So you know, I actually learned a lot from him. You think it's supposed to be the other way around. But I really appreciate that. And then there's this cash is he's the oldest. He's a he's a cornerback at the university of San Diego thrill where you guys have connections. Yes. Both both Mr. Petar by coach Auerbach. And so he's he's a rising junior. Really likes it. They are he's he's done. Really? Well, and he still as you know, they have a long Christmas break. So he's still back around here doing different things that go back about a week or so, and and then and then this Cornelius, and you know, he's a senior in high school. Just signed with the university of Michigan elite. We couldn't be prouder of that. He's a he's a wide receiver and. You know? So it's it's it's an amazingly, you know, exciting time for all of us in you know, me as a dad, I'm just grateful and humble, and and just open to whatever whatever comes next, you mentioned, your son Carnegie and how intuitive. He seems to be in sounds like he was kind of the one that also maybe kind of pushed his brother towards knowing that Michigan was the right spot. Yeah. Well, you know, it's interesting. I mean, those guys they're like they're like peas in a pod, and they are very close. And they've probably spent more time on the field together than any any of the others. Even myself included just throwing the ball back and forth because he's his Carnegie's actually also really tremendous football player on, but he chose he chose basketball at least for now to focus on. But you know, they it's not that they give. Other advice or the Carnegie gives Cornelius advice, if you know in in families, you have this concept of stasis which is like no stasis is like the relative relationship that each family member has with each other family members. So we kind of becoming others lighthouses. You know? So you may not ask the lighthouse where you're going. But you know, it's over there. And that tells you where you are. And then as you grow you, keep having the check your different relatives, you know, points of orientation 'cause you're not staying in one place. So so as they proceed forward to kind of check in with each other in ping each other, you know, my still here. Yep. Opposite here you still there yesterday. It was so good. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So there's a lot of that going on in the family, and they they have a really good connection in that way. So I think it's not it's not advice. It's more. Just hey, you looking at everything, you know, what was the? Where did we start with all this? And what are all the things that we've always talked about and putting it all together. So I think they did that really well for each question. If I could you had the same benefit of having an older one be recruited and have a chance to go through the process, and then and then the next one came along what what in your thinking chain might have changed your approach to things or or might have improved. What the process? Yeah. That's a great question. I mean for for caches, I he was running back up until junior year. And he was very good. And then he switched to corner. And so we were late in the process. So he didn't have any corner cornerback film from sophomore year. And we I was new to the process. So I didn't really know that you're supposed to be out there to these camps and doing these things and then he started ticket. You know, he's had already been checking it very seriously. And so we were little bit late with him at any getting better. In other words, he's still got he hasn't peaked yet. But he's still improving in his the skill position, you know, science, and then also physically so, you know, so then when it came around to to Cornelius he was playing varsity as a freshman he ashes, you know, getting a little bit later later of a bloomer he wasn't playing varsity until until sophomore year. So so it was a little bit different in, you know, as it first time, are you? Get tempted by all these different recruiting services, and hey, look, you can get visibility. And and we started thinking of a different way. Just look if you're good you're good, and somehow will pray someone will find find out in. There is also the miracle of of huddle video and the miracle of Don Brown who also, you know, around here, you know, snooping around, and he you know, I asked him one time, how'd you find out? And he's just like that's my job is supposed to go look around for talent. That's it's funny. You said the recruiting services that's something that me as director of recruiting. It bothers me when when these services are out there. Trying to get young guys seventh eighth ninth graders to buy their service spend five thousand dollars, and I will Email you Email all your film out in your information on and this and that and there's so many free services to you all and that I buy. Than Michigan buys and other universities by that are free to you. But we pay for to get that information that there should be no recruit out. They're paying money to be a part of any service. It just there just all they're doing is giving out my Email address, which is clearly on Michigan's website. I mean, that's about what they do for you. So I'm glad you mentioned that it's something that's always irked me as a parent spending money for recruiting services thing is I it's it can be challenging because you we we went to caches for him. We we would go to a website, and you find a person's Email, but they're getting lots and lots of emails to different people. And so we finally what I what I learned is go all the way down to the very bottom of that list. And at taught at fine like one person who's like, a graduate assistant who you can actually access and in talk to that person who's kind of like, you know, at the at the ground floor, so to speak and see if you can through through just good conversation. Get get him to agree to maybe look at some film. And then you know, maybe in that guy. If you know, if he's got maybe see something in his I k yeah, you know, showed whatever at least you'd start a conversation that way because you can't call up the head coach and go. Hey guy, the guy for you, not, you know, even if you're a high school told you sometimes can't do that how how much was your high school coach there how much help was he able to to give you in the process. I would say that he was very helpful. You know, and the thing is I mean, it's it's a learning process for all of us including him. I don't think that he's he's ever been in a situation where where he had, you know, so many when he was able to reach out or or even had so many coaches calling on him because we honestly haven't really had that level of of of of recruiting or talents internationally recruited player at the school is it's a it's a it's a good school for football. But it hasn't always been that way. You. You know? So we always get that knock that Connecticut isn't competitive, it's getting more competitive, you know, and you'll see some some some nice diamonds that come out of this area. But I would say now he's definitely got got the hang of ended. He could pick up the phone and call even for players at D three d one AA and he's very comfortable with doing that. You are listening to attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. No an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. Gotta take these off. Right. What is this this? Good. Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this? Good stuff. Solid. That's not veneer that solid stuff. Progressive can't save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company Phillies. Another insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. 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I believe three guys will be on the roster in the fall from the state of Connecticut that may be outside of Yukon, maybe the lead in the country. You guys have a neck you mentioned Dom Brown. What is it about Don and that area coast? He seems to find these guys to black. He talked about Cornelius Jack stores coming in this a dancing to find those guys. I mean, I'd say the Connecticut guys kind of lump them in with the mask is in the all new end equity pay in Rhode Island to wreak black, Ben Mason, and Sean mccune and the maker maker. Cornelius Johnson there. I mean, the the good thing is they all play, you know, they're all they're all play. They give no grief. They're not allergic to work. And and these guys come in here and they're really good players in their good teammates. And I think they're the raised really well and. You know, you talk about Dan Brown. Don Brown's definitely been the really been the key. I just did a week of recruiting with Don in Connecticut in central mass. And I spent most of his whole career coaching. He knows every every high school coach there that they they walk in and Don walks in. And it's it's you know, it's a reunion. It's one of the coaches even said, Don Brown and Massachusetts. I mean, there's there's Bill Bill check never wanted. Don, Brown, number two. That's the ranking. That's the ranking Tom Brady number three. That. That's that's how we start up there. You know? It's it's great. I'm trying to pick up the kind of the key. The key. Maybe six to ten key words, you know, that the talk like a person from central mass, you know. How many yards did he gain? Exactly, that's funny. It's awesome. And. The plan that, you know, they're they're, you know. Claude said at the you know, we're saying here, the guy's from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, the they come here and there, and they're all they all play in the all work, hard and get good grades. And they got the. Really good support from home. You know, there's no there's no soft shoulder to cry on. You know, it doesn't it appears to me that way. And they they get good advice on. You know, they support the support the coaches here. I mean, I think of all the parents, you know, that there of our players from that area. It's not like there's criticism of the of the coaches at the doctors, or you know, it's a they support and to give them the right advice and we're used to play in cold weather. That is that's important pets off your perspective on the value bringing Cornelius to can't come in here for the camp experience you getting to watch him during that camp experience. What was it like for you? And what it was like for him. I want to say since you mentioned New England and radiant Bella check, our when when Cornelius was six years old. I took them took all the boys to their first football NFL game in a first football game. It was at Gillette stadium. It was Tober seven two thousand seven and the patriots beat the Browns thirty four to seventeen I must have had gotten a bonus or something. So we sat in the front row in the upper deck, and somehow it made an impression on them. And now, you know, all these years later, we're watching the patriots go to the Super Bowl, you know, again. And and I think that's when they fell in love with with the sport. And and so, you know, we've we've always had in Cornelius has always had a real admiration for for for excellence for greatness. And so one of the things he was looking forward to sit fancier a question about campus is. Is. You get a sense of greatness or not wherever you go. And he he's really really highly attuned to it. You know, how has guys who are haters like Brady, you know, or like LeBron Ahmed move Hobie or MJ? But you can't really hate somebody. That's just truly great it. If you're a fan of greatness in a student of greatness. And that's what we've always had is. That's what we do when we when we moved to TV. We talk about stuff like that, you know, and just reflect on it. And so so when we when we got to when we got to Michigan's campus, not not just the the camps, but the the official visits everything about it was it's just it's great and not just great in the emoji sense. But like really great like rightness, and you could tell I think that's what that's what resonated with familiar with us from. The whole process. I keep thinking about some of the things that we've talked about in this conversation with Claude. And then I keep looking at my shoulder over my shoulder. Get the best grades win the most awards accelerate sports, quote that coach have you run on the board months ago. Now Cornelis, of course, is the Gatorade player of the year in the state of Connecticut talk about the grades that. He he gets he excels in sports, I'm gonna guess based on the conversation. We've had a lot of these quotes on the board. Cornelius kind of up to coach because there are a lot of parallels between what plot saying and his family, and the things that you guys have talked about, and you guys, you know, sitting down the conversation. You guys have in that kind of thing. Well, it's just great. I mean Claude is a tremendous guy. We've we've really become friends and sometimes I mean during the recruiting process. I honestly, I I get I get closer to the to the parents. I mean, we're kind of the same age. And and I definitely get to know the the kids as we go and. And things like that. But I mean. Claude we I hope I can say this, maybe maybe Claude can say it back. I mean, we've really become good friends, and we call now talk, you know, just because we want to you know. And I appreciate that. Thank you say way. I'd do great guy. That's why I'm glad he's on the on the podcast here. And just like the way he's perspectives on on everything and the ways raised as his kids, and the kind of daddy is and and now mom Cassandra too. I mean, I think we should should talk about her. She's a doctor and right here from Detroit went to went to cast tech. And but but to great parents, and that's why it's. Great. So so so Cornelius also has has Michigan ties here too. That's right. That's right. And the thing is, you know. Just. You know, the thing is with with with parents, sometimes get the benefit. So Jim you had the benefit of your dad, Jack knowing being sports family. But, you know, my my mom and dad, I didn't know that much about sports. But one thing is it his Sandra was she was an athlete, but it was in the days before title nine most of her girlfriends, they were interested in, you know, let's say like fashion in music at the time you notes Motown makeup in that. So so she could have she's quite Atlantic. And she really could have been probably attract star. And then my my dad. He didn't know that much about sports, my mom and dad, but one thing he knew about was running. Grew up on the south side of Chicago. And he was in the district that Wendell Phillips high school is in but he was going to school at through Sabail. And so in order for him to go to school without getting beat up yet to run to school and was became such a good runner that he went out for the cross country team in made the varsity. Wow. So when he later became a college professor, he would go in you know, to Harvard to the stadium there or wherever you wherever we work, and he would take us along while he did laps though. Even though he didn't know that much about team sports. We became really comfortable familiar with running the track and being on a sealed, and you know, that that that aren't we watched the Olympics competitiveness. So I always said if I ever have kids I'm going to give them access to all the things that I'd never had access to knock I wasn't interested. But just because we we didn't have you know, we didn't have that echoed wasn't infused in our family. And so it's been a real blessing because. Sandra is the same way. So it's kind of like a perfect storm of you know, you wanna go to camp in in Texas. Let's go one note of Florida. Let's go you wanna go to Michigan the scope, Pittsburgh, you know, football country. We knew right away, we weren't really in football country. I think that's that's something that you have to you know, you have to have that that instinct of always wanting to get better be exposed to the best again at that comes back to Michigan. Again, this though, you know, when you look at like rightness, you know, who who takes their team to to Rome who who do that who takes a team to south at South Africa like that's unheard of. But you know, around our house, we have these big signs that say unheard of. And and that's really truly like a a motivational thing for us. Now freesheet I've, you know, the feelings mutual you know, that we've talked about this. And you know, who gets out, you know, who takes time out of their day to step out Cassandra. Are you know, we go over the hospital? We're having we're having breakfast over there and Claude and I and. You know, and she takes her time to to fit it in. You know, I mean, the magin the the amount of trips and camps that you've all been on just. You look for the keys. I mean. You know, how how do these kids turn out so good? How do you get your kids to turn out? So well and in out just talk about spending time with them jacquard ball could probably summit up in in three things. But don't you hear the same thing with with with Claude? You know? I mean, you can't you play catch with them. You mentioned dig him to take them to evolve patriot game. And that opened up opened up in most importantly, spend time believing believe in believe in. Yeah. Yeah. We realized you know, not everybody has that. Right. So my my mom and dad, they, you know, my mom was at home. But but my dad was working all the time. But this all the time, and I imagined that that's why you know, if you're already in the sport. And then your kids are easily in the sport. And then their kids will easily be in the sport. It's the same in probably other industries to you know, if you're if you're in the clothing industry, parallel industry kids are probably going to be in the apparel industry or Wall Street. Your kids are probably going to be in finance. So, you know, it's it's it's a blessing. I think that sports and football specifically are really really good for just life lessons and learning. So I I couldn't be happier to be part of you know. Indirectly part of the Michigan family. Now, a really thrilled about that. I'm wearing my winningest Michigan football, you know, arm armband right now. I'm more indirectly a part of the Michigan you're directly opposed directly directly directly part of the Michigan. One thing I've called Claude for through the entire recruiting processes, the most interesting man in the world every time you hear talked to Claude you get you get some nugget. It's like talking to Jack. It's like talking to coach you get a nugget of wisdom. You get another story. And I mean just to hear his story. I mean this scratching the surface on this whole thing. There's on a podcast long enough to have clawed story and just in the incredible steps along the way. You just spend in forty eight hours on the official visit and talking to him and and going around it was it was it was something. I won't forget they talk about when they come on our visits. They have these experiences, and they don't forget them. It's something that I certainly won't forget brief. And it just also wanted. I want you to share your story too. Professionally and and what you're what you're researching. Now what you've done. Oh, well, I mean, you know, thank you. I would say that the trajectory of where I've been I was in corporate America. And then you know to certain point got. I left at in started doing research and writing about the history of African Americans in basketball prior to the NBA, and I found out about that because I was working at the NBA and this was during their fiftieth anniversary celebration in nineteen ninety six and and I started looking into it and no-one covered any of that history in that celebration. So as I dug into it more, I realized they were they were dozens and dozens of these teams in players and contributors and the pioneers in started to write about it. In researching eventually that led to a business where I was making a throwback jerseys. I shipped him out of my garage and opened up like two hundred and fifty retail stores around the country, you know, just literally shipping out of my garage. But that kind of fell fell apart, you know, when that trend ended so at that time, I realized well Ali. Teachers were calling me and saying you cannot come talk to their kids in. I didn't have a just wasn't part of me part of my DNA to say here's a budget for that. Because I just didn't wanna charges a schoolteacher for me to show up teach in talk about educational topics. So in my mind, I thought one day I'll start a like, a nonprofit. And so that's what I did in two thousand thirteen organized, a nonprofit it's a five three, and we are mission is to research. Preserve showcase teaching honor the history of African Americans in basketball prior to the NBA. And so you know, we advocate for the pioneers. So I've worked very closely with the Basketball Hall of fame is a lot of forgotten unknown pioneers. Who really paved the way for today's big stars in of been very fortunate. We've advocated for probably six or seven. Of the now that have gotten in as a as a result of our health and they wear go to now. So I'm kind of like, the world's foremost expert on this topic. So people come to us in working with the on a project with the with the Oklahoma City thunder right now, we've worked with the Brooklyn nets. And with the New York Knicks also with the Atlanta Hawks, and you know, more more dicamba pets, really great all that time. I was electing artifacts. And so we also have the world's largest collection of artifacts relating to the this history. So zones lack fives foundation archives working with on an exhibition with the city with the museum of the city of New York right now, an NF got a book deal. I met working on a book of trying to finish up this book with MacMillan that talks about one of these pioneers. So I'm definitely busy even though. You know, you know, the headline is is our kids, obviously. But it's it's good to alter have something, you know. That's a passion that, you know, kids always say dad, you need you need some meat time. How about how about for Michigan any any pioneers? In the game basketball that came out of Michigan Detroit our area here. Yeah. Well, you know, so the thing is. It turns out to Toledo even though it's not Michigan. But it's it's sort of a suburb of Michigan away, you know, not not far from just south of Detroit was a huge hub for African American basketball teams and players. But but I mean, Michigan also had their number of players from Michigan. But it wasn't a prominence t-, you know, team that came from there during that during this time that I'm talking about during this pre nineteen fifty period. But but I mean, the they were local teams there were local local clubs, but not one of the main ones that traveled around in toured in barnstorm of, but but it was definitely a stop people. You know, everybody would would go to Detroit specifically Detroit. And then and then the African American teams from back east would would make stop. To play white teams in Michigan. I mean that was that was the thing that was so mazing is at during during Jim crow during the middle of the great, depression and all black team will get invited out to Wisconsin. Michigan Ohio to play in all a lie team. And then get invited back. There was a business model and everybody one. And so I use that to to to show that it was actually collaboration. You know? People don't always realize that the amount of culture, building connections and networking and business that was done. You know back back then. And so I use that to point to the hopefulness of of where we are today. A question, you know, been been my age the the Harlem Globetrotters, and Abe sapper Steen was that our forties and fifties where they that kind of a team barnstorming team. They'd go with go into different communities and and play basketball team was organized in nineteen twenty seven and out of Chicago. And at first they were actually a really competitive barnstorming team up until the time that the NBA decided to start hiring black players, and that kind of blew their monopoly. And so they went in a different direction, which was more towards comedy and antics, and you know, sort of showmanship I mean, they they already had some of that over the years. I mean that was one of the things that that they. That helps promote them is their basketball wizardry vis soco clowning. But, but what what also happened is that sap Racine was so brilliant as a marketer that he engaged the the imaginations of tens hundreds of thousands of kids, you know, until even when I was a kid. I remember watching a wide world of sports, and they would have the Harlem Globetrotters, and they're playing the Washington generals. I think it was you know, with the the bucket of confetti all those tricks in that made it made people interested in basketball. So so yet. Price arena and in the early seventies. I was I was a kid maybe ten eleven years old and got to see the Harlem Globetrotters here in. Chrysler medal. Lemon and curly. Neal curly curly. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. And also one of my all time favorite cartoons to was the was the Globetrotters. He'd have the the the beginning or one of the they'd be in the boss, you'll going down the highway and right, right. Right. Matlock, blue dribbling the ball out the window. Lasted lasting memory of that of that. It was it was one of those my one of my favorites. It was a great one. I think just confirmed what you said the most interesting man in the world. I think he's been converted. I mean, it's in the bottom it another dynamic. Go ahead clock, though. I just want to point out there. They were dozens of other teams went all the way back to like early nineteen hundreds. And so you know, that that's that's really you know, what what we focus on. And it's been it's been a lot of fun. And you know, I'm very I'm always humbled and grateful for anyone to even you know asks questions about this. I really appreciate it was there. It was a like an all time. Best five rate questions you. Yeah. Well, what's interesting? Is there a satchel page of a basketball? Yeah. I mean, you've got like. For example, guiding plants Jenkins who played basketball professionally in four different decades from the nineteen ten through the nineteen forties. And you know, these these guys who they got as much money as their white counterparts. And they were also they're also promoted the and and and gotten as many headlines, as, you know, the original Celtics, for example, NAT Holman, or you know, any any of those stars. And they and they won championships. They had the inaugural up until neck and thirty nine all these teams would say where the greatest were the world champions, eventually this newspaper in Chicago said, well, let's really see they invited the twelve best teams best professional teams and actually this all black team. The New York renaissance one that inaugural tournament and the globe. Charters which was the pre clowning Globetrotters one one that in nineteen forty the next season. So they were really, you know, this wasn't just a sideline they were truly exceptional players. They innovated the game, you know, the motion offense, for example, can't came from that from that from that era. And and so it's fats Jenkins is one, but there were many a guy named William gates. Pop gates. Remember that you know, that that there were there were millions. So what we do, you know, I could even point to this woman who. Helped get I advocated for her to be enshrined her name was or Washington, and she was with this all black women's team in Philadelphia called the Tribune girls, they won eleven straight lack national championships. But yet she retired and became a made, you know, in when she died, nobody knew she had even died in. So you know, we now she's the she's the oldest. She's the earliest player female player enshrined in the basketball fame that was last year. So I'm really glad that we were able to get her in was there. A Jackie Robinson that was integrated integrated dub basketball somewhat. I mean, so. They were the first three African American players in the NBA. You know, that that was you know, those three players were hired in nineteen fifty. But but prior to that I mean black teams played white teams routinely back even before nineteen ten. So by the time, you got to the NBA. It was you know, I would probably say there was one guy Sweetwater Clifton that Clifton who played in both those early teams. And then he he was signed with a mix every everybody else wants that happened. It was kinda like that's the line in the sand. Like prior to that they were they were all black teams. And then when the unbased aren't hiring black players they started with a fresh fresh batch. Let's say so, but now the Knicks have an award that they give. For outstanding community service, and it's called the Sweetwater Clifton community spirit award. And actually we got that award from the Knicks couple years back for outstanding community service, which is really an honor. And so I'll probably say he's he's one Chuck Cooper was the first first black player draft drafted, and and Sweetwater Clifton was the first player to to to sign and Earl Lloyd was the first player to play first likely to place. Those three guys Lloyd Cooper in Clifton were the trailblazers for four reluctant for relent clock. Oh, and I know this is something. Now, it's going to become a to become a permanent segments on the show here. We I don't know if we've named it or haven't quite named again, we were. We're working through talking to the parents. But you know, one thing and know caught you can talk about this. I know my dad can talk about this. I talk about this now because. Just having a daughter who just went through the recruiting process. She's going to play water polo here at Michigan my daughter grace. Oh, fantastic. Thanks, thanks. You know, but the dynamic of it the dynamic of the recruiting process starts, and as as a parent, you just I mean, I was like just totally supportive, and and you know, this and this is going to be your decision gracious. You know, and what schools are you most interested in? And what are you looking for any, and you and you go through the just start the process, and it's it's you're given you're giving advice when they ask for it, basically. And you're you know, you're giving opinions and in inclusion trying to, you know, watch him navigate, you know, what's important to them. And then they get it down. Then there's a top ten and then kinda saw get go to a top five, and then she started making official visits. And then, you know, Michigan was one of them and. And you know, I felt like, you know, trying to get things out of her where she going and she's done. It's almost like he can't get that information. And they get quiet about certain things. And then. You know, it's like for me. I eventually went to my dad said, we're should I go dead. And then he was even hesitant on telling me, you know, where I should go. Like he was fearful almost making that decision for me. Even though I was pleading for him to give it and Chris never heard that story. Yeah. To go. Right. And then, you know, then it got down to it. And it's like, I really I wanna go to I wanted to come to Michigan. I want her to go to Michigan. I'm just like holding back from Saint go to MS you gotta go to basic it, you know, and. Finally, she she chose Michigan. But just that that dynamic clot. If you could talk about our dad could talk about it. You know, it's just it's it's excruciating. Almost they're down to the down to the end. And you're just trying to keep your powder dry and not like not tell them where to go. And then if they go somewhere, and then they're not successful there. It doesn't work out. Then they can blame you. It's just so much. It's so complicated. When we if I am I the only one, I know I'm not I mean, I first of all this segment should be called lucky sports, dad's, right? Yeah. Right. Right. Lucky lucky look. But but no, I mean it so you have to realize I I got a master's degree at Stanford. So for a long time subconsciously, I was at Stanford. It's gotta be Stanford Stanford Stanford, you know and oh come on. You said you said, and but I I was telling myself, I'm not gonna say anything unless he asks me in. If he asks me a minister say this is what I would do. I'm not you. But this is what I would do if I were you and even then it, but it never got to that. And Jim as you know, like, I was just told me the other day, you know, we came down to five, and then it was sorta came down to two, and I know that Cornelius was really like struggling or for fighting. You know, and then they chose Michigan. Yeah. We sat down with us. He said he said dad, can you know, can you in bumps it with sit down? I wanna talk. I wanna talk this through and it became clear that really the the big the overall rubric of the comprehensive best choice for him was Michigan, and I was already leaning towards not leaning towards, but I was sold on Michigan based on everything even before the official visit that we had. And so when we when we finally came out there, you know, we still didn't really know it it wasn't. 'cause like he he didn't tell us. And and he kept it very, very, quiet. And then when he made the decision afterwards he was. Yeah. It was Michigan all along. He could save you a lot of angst. I was I was plugging clock. I was plugging clog during the officials of the to my ass. So what are you? What are you thinking? What are you? And it was the same thing over and over again. It was he's I'm sold. I'm sold. I don't know where Cornelius is. And and luckily your youngest boy Carnegie. He was he he. Yeah. He he he tipped the hand a little bit. You know, he tipped the hand a little bit during that through the weekend, which I made me feel pretty good. Well with Carnegie though is a percentage jazz a percent. Has a percent thirty what he thought seventy thirty. He's the car too. He's like a forty year old guy with a mortgage. But. You know, my daughter did the same thing. It was like right down to the end. And she doesn't Tipper hand. And you can't get a lot out a lot of information out. And then the low behold, they make the decision that that you want. And it's it's yeah. It's it's fast. It's an experience coaching Claude. Do you guys think? It's maybe like almost like, hey, this is the season I'm making it's like a gift to you guys. You think like maybe that's why they held back a little bit. Like, I want to surprise my parents. And and give them a gift of you, raise me. Right. I made the right decision. Here you go. You think that's do you think that's a at all caught? Yeah. Yeah. I think I think that it's two things. Right. It's that. But but it's also that this is a right of passage. It's like they wanna be the ones like I'm making this decision. It's for me. Like, this is this affect my life. And so if you're a seventeen year old eighteen year old it's hard to think about your life. Right. Like like, you just you don't even know what's going to happen tomorrow. Sometimes, you know. So so I think that it kind of its mentally like a bigger deal than it than it. It really is. But then again, it is a big deal as you're making mean truth be told probably any any place, you go, if you know at this point a lot of parents would say, you know, I'm proud no matter where you go. If you got to college at all, that's a blessing just at all. So to be talking about these levels of colleges and and football sports. Academics. And everything else included. But, but I think that I wanted to give Cornelius I wanted him to have the space that he could feel like this was my decision. I'm proud of this. And nobody else I'm not doing it for anyone. And you know, the not only the decision, but the process has to has to be mine is to own it. I think because any show up, and you feel much more confident that on really really here. Because of me, you know, I'm the one who chose to go here. And I think that's I think it's it's great that, you know, the gift of of of the decision, but, but I think in from our perspective, we we already we already got the good, you know. So we felt we felt grateful. You know, at all in, you know, put with the fact that it's Michigan. And that it's also it also matches. What we thought was the absolute overall best choice for him. You know? That's that's the big. That's the big wild. Like wish we're still whistle. Glowing in that, you know, when when I was recruiting go into a home the first time, they I would preface it this way is there's only one decision you'll make in your lifetime. That'll be more than more important than the decision to the school that you go to and that is he will marry the woman though, the young lady that you marry that uses you as well shooting her that will be the only greater decision that you will make. But it's, but it's interesting, and I think that if you ask Gracia she wouldn't say that I said at no point in time that I ever say, here's a school. You should go to I was the same as Claude. I mean, like talk. To her about the different schools that that she was going like, you know, mayors maybe league schools, and there was other ones that there's California schools, San Diego university of San Diego and UCSD and things like that. She's a water polo player in. You're you're listening to I never told her to wear to go or anything like that. And you know, it's interesting that you that you correlate it to marriage too. Because the thing I worried about was like just all the other people out there that say, well, you should just go there or you should just choose the school. You should go there for for some reason of. Yeah. You know, that's not, you know, it's not the best reason, you know, or you'll have more fun there, or it's, you know, the just, you know, just to stuff, you know, whatever. Those those decisions are just like some people give advice for marriage. Well. You know, when somebody asks you sometimes people ask a friend. What do you thinking I've been dating this cow for for three years, and I realize her battle. No. And it's like just marry her. The friend may not even know where that, but I've seen people giving that advice you don't right. It's about time. You more there three years, but put a ring on her. You know, it's it's but the front and. Yep. Like somebody. We had Fred hand. Go to go to BC or go to it's for their reasons 'cause they see or or they went to uconn. They went to wherever and in this process, but everybody the butcher will have a decision. The mailman will have the English teacher will have a decision. The someone church. We'll have a decision for you. They all have have an opinion. But it comes down in my judgment to elimination when you talk to your son, and Jim, and I and John as well going to to Miami and this age, what do you like about this school? I like this. But I don't like this. Well, you can eliminate this then and then it gets down in Jim's case, I really believe that it came down to a discussion we had toward at the end thing was Wisconsin and Michigan, and he was back and forth. And and I so what of all the things what he says, you know, I wanna have a chance to win the Heisman. And I said well. We're talking about Wisconsin. And Michigan at this stage of the game. Only once go you can go to where I think he would have a legitimate. You'll chance of a Wooding Heisman that it would be the university of Michigan comment on that. Is that that you remember that conversation at all? I remember that. Yeah. That's and that kind of that was the end. I mean that was Michigan. That was yes that was yet filling everything else had been eliminated. That was my mind made up until I went over to lie to go. Hang up the phone. Fascinating about that. Right. There is is the just took something away from that. Which is you have to have a tremendous dad to be able to say to him. I want to win the Heisman and for for your debt to actually not not even question that. Just act like that like, oh, okay. You want to go to the store and get some milk. All right. Let's do that you want to go. Get the Heisman. Okay. Let's do that. Here's what here's what's necessary to do that. Right. And you know, that that's a special gift with kids in feel like, you know, by the way, I I wanted. I wanna tell you that Cornelius said I want to win a national championship. So let's go. We've charted direction. We're moving toward common goals. Go. Go clues go blue. And that is a perfect way to end it Claude. Appreciate the conversation. Fascinating stuff with Claude Johnson here on the podcast. And we'll catch up with you. When you see you need Arbor. Okay. Beautiful. Thank you guys. Thanks. Thank you coming up next. Jack, talk here and attack each day. The Harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack talk. I wanna listen I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team. Jack talk as you get older you get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find here grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag. Jack talk now time for everybody's favorite segment of the week, hashtag, Jack talk here on attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, and Jack one of the themes that we've talked a lot about in more generic terms. The concept of the parent looking in the rear view mirror when their kids are staying behind it school, and they're leaving them for the first time or maybe the kid that's in the river. Amir being left for the first time. But we've never actually talked about your experience both as the student. But also you go to three times as a parent. So let's go back when you went to bowling green for the first time that time that you eligible for the first time that you were you probably left home. You know, what I when you say that I hadn't really thought about this. But when when I went to in the first grade at Saint Jo's of elementary school Catholic school we didn't have kindergarten. We didn't have preschool when you have all that we firm. Grade. I mean, you went to school, and it was an awesome experience. I remember, it's I really thing. I can remember in growing up going into that school. My mom was with me. She was holy my hand. And I went into that classroom. And I mean ear all these kids, and you know, you've been around kid, but this school and there's desk, and there was a non and she was dressed in a habit. And when she had an awesome, and she had a ruler a right by the desk. Let me know what my experience was going to be like, but I walked in. And I used broke out crying broke out crying. And my mother had talked me down might have had to stay there for fifteen or twenty minutes until I got composed. But that was my first day, and we're it's in the same town, but it was going to school. I mean, it was a total new experience and then flash forward to graduating from high school and and getting a full scholarship to bowling green state university. No one in my family had ever go on to school very few people in our tone at ever gonna. School that I can remember it wasn't any window trail blaze. Why win I did this and I did this. And this is what you can experience and being recruited and that was fine. Because every time the car we went to visit bowling green or some one or two other universities. The car would always come back, and I was always in the car, and we'd talk about it. But I'll always come back home. And then there was that time that you time to go to school, and I remember driving mom and dad drove up to school and knows days we had one little suitcase. It was about two foot by two foot with about a foot wide one suitcase that suitca for a long time. All my earthly belongings were in that suitcase, and I had a portable fill. Call radio will leather case, you know, little thing under my arm, the focal rate on my arm in the suitcase in the school. We go. I don't remember bringing pillows remember anything. That's what I had. And I had my old letter jacket on found out about four days later. You don't bring your letter your high school letter jacket. You know, I found that out. But here I am. And we did the thing and everybody got together and other parents, and we're goodbye. And now the real hits this is where I am as if I were going to kindergarten one more time, and I actually wanted to cry. I was eighteen years old now, but I was having those flashbacks of this being a total new experience we walked down to the car. They got into the car they had to back it out. And then they drove down I could right next to the old memorial Fieldhouse their bowling green. They're driving out this little driveway. And I'm in the stadium. We're the stadium club. That's where we were housed in the old stadium and the car was driving. It was getting smaller and smaller took a right turn out of sight. Go I turn around. And I think oh my goodness. What have I gotten into? And and I as a parent then realized that they had the same feeling. I mean that cars pulling away and they're not looking over their shoulder because they don't want to be perceived as being too concern. But they are looking in the rear view mirror or the side mirror and that and you're getting smaller and smaller as Adria. This is the first we I was the oldest I was going off to college. And I think there were the same emotions when all through that in all my years of coaching in college. I would tell that story about the rear view mirror, and that's going to happen. But then I came up with something twenty one days twenty one days. Now this I'm not original. I'm sure there's books out there that were taught, but there's twenty one days from the time that they drive away and the time that you go back into that building for the first time and there's at. Separation take a calendar. Put the day of that last sighting and Mark twenty one days on the calendar. Three weeks. Put the circle on. I was talking to me as e Smith the other day and in a couple of the other freshmen are coming here for the first time, and I told them about the twenty one day rule. Don't get frustrated don't get don't get caught up in that emotion of that that partying just think about I'm going to get to twenty one days. And would you get the twenty one days? It's almost like magic. It's almost like, you know, where the classes are. Now, you know, the dynamic of the building, you know, you got a couple of friends you've done a couple of things you've gone out to get a little pizza. You've laughed you told the story. And now, you're beginning to feel comfortable in your surroundings with with whom you are you've been to a couple of classes, you know, where it is. You know, where to sit, you know, some people. Twenty-one days. It's almost like magic. Now that doesn't just pertain to going off to college a new job as the same thing. I did that we moved eighteen times. I mean, we were at fourteen different places. And it was twenty one days you had to give yourself that time before you called whom to tell your parents miserable. You were you've made them the steak, and maybe they should come back and pick you up. You got to give yourself some breathing time in some time to adjust it to your new surroundings Twenty-one days. 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"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One sports net production available on apple podcasts and podcast one. He is is currently the head football coach of the University of Michigan Wolverines and a former player. His Dad and brother are also former players and coaches but there's more to them than just football. It's time to talk about attacking life each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. This is attack each day the HARBAUGH's podcast ask with Jim Harbaugh. Hello everybody welcome to another edition of tacky state. The HARBAUGH'S PODCAST IRA watch up here along with coaches. Jim Jacquard Director Recruiting Matt Dudek is here producer Mckinsey as well subscribed to us on apple podcast. You can listen by the podcast one APP or on podcast one dot com and please follow us and contact us on twitter at podcast breath or using Hashtag Jack Talk before coaching and the players left our big ten media days at a chance to watch a T._v.. Show on big ten network and got me thinking of our Guy Mattie Dudek here because actually saw matt on the TV at least once or twice on a couple of times the T._v.. Show is called May's in blue abroad and so it was a thirty minute special so at twenty four minutes I think like that <unk> of Michigan in South Africa and I was like all right cool because we've talked a lot about it so we heard about Albie Sachs but now it gets him A._B._C.. Albie Sachs right you've heard about the apartheid museum or going to Robben Island but now we actually get to see Robben Island and the apartheid museum and those kind of things that you got to experience granted six days into twenty two minutes or whatever how representative was it. What you saw was exactly what was happening even undersold on and we'll talk about uh-huh huge hit a few minutes but the whole trip was like that you know my wife and I watched it the night it came out the whole trip was just nonstop? I don't see nonstop action issue but nonstop like the show they took six days put into twenty four minutes and we're here and we're there and we're drumming and we're standing in Nelson Mandela's cell and we're boom boom boom but that's how the whole trip was I mean so I think how they they portrayed it was really really good and just kind of getting those feelings again watching it and it was they did a really nice job with I'm assuming that you can as someone that was on the trip that you can as they're going through like the opening scene when you guys are at the dinner with the drumming that you kind of close is your eyes and because we only see a sliver of it that you can kind of picture all of what you experience there you know the taste of the food just seeing it on the screen and we saw a little bit the dancing and a little bit of drumming that dinner was about two and a half hours long. We dropped probably for give or take forty minutes in two or three different times. The performance reformer would go on stage and perform in between courses it was I wanted to say was eight course meal <hes> so inbetween courses they'd bring out the course and then as we're eating they they would go off and do a five minute show so to speak or somewhere longer than others and then there were actually people in the not our guys but other customers were up in the balcony area and they would go up there and do a five minute show on each one of those places are the drumming was altogether <hes> but then at one at one point was dancing dancing and our guys are in their face painted in the back and just they're walking around doing face pain forever wanted and you jumped on stage and Joe million- was great. Mikey sanders does really great the green twins. Were really good up. There Chad can't remember who else was there but everybody that went up tyler walkie went up did a great job you know so but it was it was really it got she in that South African feel and it was very authentic. Did you know your son had rhythm. No quality did either everybody and he admitted it on this show that he didn't until like maybe then that he thinks he's sort of caught up to the rhythm of the drumming as the progression went on it's funny to kind of you know eliminate the people that were talking about themselves in the conversation and then we're going to get to josh later on when we get to the to the safari part but it's fun to hear Jim talk about maybe for the first or some of my life. I wasn't a beat behind the beat. I was actually kind of on the beat you had to be so I sat across from Lindsey and I sat across from coach. Sarah and coach was locked in he was in and they would do it in a really slow far so is boom boom boom boom boom or whatever the case may be and then you had to be it was impossible to kind of be off beat because there were two hundred people around you on beat so you would hear yourself really easy knowing that I'm not on beat right right now and then they would speed it up and they speed it up and they would speed up and then like the old thing to do in music class when you're in elementary school where this side of the room sings this and this side of the room sings exist. What is it called a round or something we could do with a row your boat if you're right and then you and then we'd be playing something and they they would cut this half the room off and then the the other side would be drumming? I just started joining the table but it was really good coach at an incredible job. Sarah did an incredible job. My wife was just okay. Good move right right there rhythm just okay. You weren't selling her out totally slowly letting her leading up out of the commerce. I left it would her assessment be of your plan. I would imagine not so kind. So what are the other things that I liked. I enjoyed the whole special special. It was I think part of it is when you can put yourself into the shoes or the mind of the players. Are you guys going through it and going up belisce. Oh Man Dan that was an table. I don't do heights and you guys described it. Yeah and I don't think the descriptions that you guys and the birds when they were here. I don't think that you really we did it justice. <hes> you explained how to win. Do you can't go up there so I get that. It's really high up there but I don't think they did it justice because I'm still connor picturing you know I'll give you a reverend totally get. I'm kind of picturing you know Washington. Now wasn't Washington is like is like a little Harrison right now and I been they show the lists going up and then the guys are talking about how they can't look. They're freaking out and that would be me so I can put myself with that mind because I don't. I don't do well with heights either. You know people say I'm scared of Heights are scared of thunder storms or something like there. Were guys that were legitimately frightened. I'M NOT GONNA call anyone out by name name. They out themselves in the show. So what's this show but what I'll say is and you and it's usually like you. Roll Your Eyes Go. You're scared of heights relaxed pro you know like I think this is really a situation where you looked at in. You're like man. I'm scared. I'm not scared of heights but I feel like I am now like a situation because you see the cable waving back and forth now this cable. was you know I don't know nine inches in diameter going up and it's just one cable and maybe I mean I guess I was coming back and forth but and you go on the little circle they jammed pack it twenty deep on that thing and then it rotates on itself so you're one full rotation on the way you go up. I don't remember how many feet it was now. Fifteen hundred feet whatever two thousand feet three whatever it was it was high. It's a lot it was a lot so watch the suspension. We'll see exactly. That's what I'm talking about and what they left out was there were two panes of glass wasn't close right you turn there was two panels where it was it would turn and then all of a sudden it's open open air. You could stick your arm out and no one did I did. I did really thinking about it. I did something stupid. I climbed up on the rocks on the edge because I wanted to call instagram picture. Make sure their shape patterson was standing in a bunch of other guys. were standing like just in case I was wearing a windbreaker coat and it was kinda windy up there. Hindsight with three daughters probably shouldn't got up on the rock for an instagram picture. I could have been easily blown off into the abyss of of Cape Town yeah it was I was dumb it really that's the perfect perfect that part of the trip not that. I say that if I'm down there that we're not doing but I think that part of the trip I really enjoy television because as you said guys you know people are poop while you're a little bit <hes>. It's a it's a it's a natural. You can't control how you when that happens. You're just going to go in the inside of the car. You're GONNA and you say they pack them in there but remember listeners. We're talking about packing them on with say offense Lineman. We're GONNA talk about packing them. On with a whole bunch of men were were five six. We're talking often to lyman and there are a whole bunch of like you and me and Jack and and Mac and that's we're normal sized people and now it's still freaked me out. I can't imagine that as you're talking about the spinning around around with made me ill as small with little teacups tea. I probably would have struggled on this particular it was it didn't spend fast but it spun enough that you felt it really high <hes> I got from the I got that from television enough to know bill television on those things anyway so I know that it's even more extreme when you actually live so you see table mountain all through Capetown right. What I'll say is if you're ten miles goes away or I'm going to say one mile away? You can't see the cable right so if you until you're right up on top of it you see the cable when you see the car but but as you're pulling up to it as you're looking from the bottom to the top. It's not like it's like there's all these like wires and metal. <hes> foundations thinks it's drilled into the rockets drawn into the bottom and up you go. I mean it's it's not like it's like US Pittsburgh for reference about Washington. It's not like it's is the inclined where you could see them forever. No it's it's one wire and off. You go yeah so that like a ski lift which also has you wouldn't see the ski yeah you can. You can't see that stuff all the way and I had never gone on a ski. He lived chair before we went when we went up north not that long ago we I. My daughter wanted to go on a ski. They just do like rides around the seat around and I'm like okay so I actually the only only let people onto the time I'm in my own seat and my wife is with grace because she wanted to go ride with her and I got to point this. Isn't this isn't so bad but it's like it's like I could see the weeds on the ground. Look back behind and see the lodge and that kind of stuff yeah. That's not what you did. One thing that didn't show on there. Were people free climbing. You could climb yeah there. Were people three climbing table mountain. We're going up there are people climbing on the rock with no with no wires or no ropes and then on the other side there are guys doing it with ropes and you cannot now repel down as well. I mean it was it was insane with us or are one hundred hundred and fifty guys in the group saying art pass on our coach. There's there's some pretty well known things about you but I think maybe the number one thing you like steak. You like steak a lot to natural steroid. Yeah I agree with you. I'm on I'm right right there with you and I take a vitamin every day. It's called a steak. I agree. I think it's a great great advice for the youngsters out their whole milk and steak right. This sounds house like a promo for butcher box. It's exactly what this is. I want to introduce folks that what butcher boxes all about my sister actually had a shipment delivered to are not that long ago. She comes to the the house she says what are you want and she shows me chicken that looks pretty good organic chicken organic chicken burgers and these are grass-fed beef burgers and they are large patties and so you look at those are those are pretty good and then at the end she wants you save save last. She showed me the stakes and the stakes were. That's what I made I on the grill and it come frozen but they are frozen freshly and so they delivered to you. There's not there's no middle man transport kind of deal they get you quickly and then you take care of the preparation home and coach. I know you like steak and throw them on the grill. It's really easy and really tasty the you had me at stake you the chicken. The chickens bit of nervous bird got poor connective tissue. He's got some got some other issues but the stake for sure thank. 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I think I'd imagine that's something we have to talk about off the air or maybe right now. This is legit. This is an come to your door. How does it come? It comes in a box. It's an ISA so that each stake is its own vacuum seal facts ice past got ice packs Yep Yep so each piece of either chicken or beef or burger her or pork is each individually wrapped so if there if there were four stakes in there they would be it wouldn't be like four in one individual package or individually wrapped stakes they. He's a dry ice or ice pack. I'm assuming to coal all the way up into cold frozen on your way and then yeah absolutely aggressive when we were in California their that's coach Stanford is truck came up on a truck just knocked on our door and said he had meet the cell and it was it was a truck that had a cooler ruler. I think from my wife bought bought probably not a good idea meat from offered track because you don't know where it's coming from and here we know where it's coming from. 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I want to go back home. The the players react to the tour guide yeah is there was there was eight groups and we all had a former prisoner Ratu here the tour guides who were all former prisoners describe and talk about every day live through while they were there. You guys described it really well because I was kind of comparing how you guys described it here on the podcast and then what we saw the T._v.. Show guys at a pretty good job describing it but to hear the players react to it. After we hear the parts I it really hammers home and that's when the things that they were talking about kind of like the Normandy trip where they would. They'd say they were my age when they stormed the beach. You hear that to you. The players give the reference. I think it really no offense to you. Guys are really adds to the impact of the trip on the student. That's what these trips are for the for the student athletes and advocating for them you know and seeing the world and that's you know coaches vision Asian and but no I it's good as a guy that goes on it and as part of the staff seeing and hearing how they're portraying it <hes> that's what coach wants. I mean that's that's that's the whole reason for these trips is for these once in a lifetime opportunities and and again those guys talked about it on on the on the show and just their portrayal of it. That's that's reason why we do it. I I skipped over the park because I'm off of my my memory of watching the T._v.. Show but I skipped over the Albie Sachs part and we had a really nice conversation about him with David Turnley before we left we talk more about that afterwards when the is recap the trip but even that I think you have to see the man understand and hear him talk. Obviously we got a little bit here on the show but <hes> to see him to understand the impact of the things that he has on his own life to that obviously impacted everybody else 'cause you can hear a man has had his arm arm blown off but I don't think that you can really you don't really think it until you're in the room with them and you're if you have a chance to shake his hand or interact with them and to have haven't really you know smack in the face that this is real. This is just a story that you saw a movie or hurt. Write about a book. This is a real thing in his and he lived in and he spoke for a couple Blah hours and it was a good wow and it was and it was edgy. Your seat the whole time and it wasn't telling stories of like we did this and this is very action. He was telling the the whole from start to finish how he got involved and then the whole movement and it was an every one of our guys edge of their seats listening to it and then and then that tied hi to the Apartheid Museum when we went we got the Johannesburg and tying into that and then seeing okay so now I'll be talking about this and then I'm seeing holy cow. Wow this is the tank they use that. I'll be talking. This is the tank they haven't museum that they used to oppress people in and then here are the I mean not to be the whatever the where would-be but the all the nueces they were hanging they used and and the guns and the and then the movements and then the takeover and then the and seeing the videos that go with it it was incredible. Let me jump in. I'm just listening of course I wasn't on a trip but what a fantastic thing this is for the youngsters on the trip. Now they're back in their classrooms. It could be talking about these different kinds of things no question and it didn't like opening a book and reading a book that everyone else's reading or seeing a video that you might see they you walked on that that ground they saw that they heard that from <hes> from the leaders of the time and how much more <hes> they're able to contribute uh-huh in their classes as they relate those stories and one hundred plus guys that you were impacted by Ben Braxton you know that you IRA impacted by Ben Bredesen and then Bet <hes> Ben Bredesen's came back and told that story to his family five people maybe and then ten friends I mean the impact of this is thousands of people. It's certainly our guys but hearing during that boots on the ground like you said it's it's really special and my favorite part of the T._v.. Show separate. The travel part just in general is that you get to things that you guys see on an everyday basis right you you. You know the student athletes you hear their stories. You see their personalities right there goofing around in the Commons while they're having a meal. They're in the locker room. Just Kinda goofy and it's not a game day where we see them on Game Day. They're serious there in the moment like I I went through this with women's basketball camp you know I seem to gain their Gameboy Mbo but there in camp with a bunch of six to ten year olds and their kids right and they're acting like kids with kids and having a good time so you get to see their personalities so Cesar Ruiz for example talking talking about how he wants to get up and dance and drum that kind of thing and then the flip side. He's not only saying how he's not. He didn't WANNA get up on the up on the cable car to go up to the top of the mountain that he is afraid of heights but then he talked about the rugby scrum where he's watching these guys with no pads essentially kind of doing the rugby version of what he does in football. He's like I want to part part of that because you know no pads and they're crazy in there. I'm paraphrasing but he's like I want no part of that. You see him kind of giggling about it and that personality but no personality Jack came out better in this this show the Joshu and it was the last part of the trip they go to safari and I'm so happy that he was in your your GPS it was sat behind my wife and I he in the video in the show and a shoutout to Oetken Gerski from him. Go Blue who actually put the show together did a great job and he really captured heard the trip and obviously the players really help with that and Jim and you know he enjoyed it but he worked his tail off every minute every I talked to him after the fact yeah every minute he was working so shadow to Ed but Josh Lucia he steals the show in the end his descriptions of the animals the elephant at the elephant. I can tell you tell us the elephants story so Josh had a a professional camera to and he shared all the pictures awesome and and every time every time we saw an animal zebra or a lion he was like ou Zebra Zebra. He's taken a picture and then the zero would maybe walked towards us and he'd be like well. Don't come to class now. It was like the same thing giraffe award hog same thing over and over and over again and then our our guide who is incredible. He's on the radio and he hears the or the elephants are because it's not this isn't a zoo. You're out there driving. You may see everything yeah mason nothing so he here's where the elephants are and he destroys into gear and we're in the backwoods going through stuff boom boom boom and they have this <hes> the village on this reserve that you can stay at that. It's in like you walk outside. There may be a line lane on your front porch. I don't know what crazy person would go go and stay in this village but they have rooms in really there were hots available to stay in so we pull hop into this village and I see the the elephants behind this fence and in my mind nothing like it. That's where elephants are supposed to be behind defense. All my ethic can drive well cool. We'd see the elephants elephants and then like a minute later. Go that's weird. They have the elephants behind a fence well. They didn't have the elephants on the fence. The elephants decided that they were thirsty and they went join in to the back of this village and broke the water main and they're the water skirting up and they're in their bathing themselves. They're drinking the water. There's three of them enormous and a big huge so our guy. We're maybe I don't know twenty yards away. We're watching all this happen and then one jeep kind of pulls pulls out it was not a tight space in jeeps were like Humvees and they were much longer than little jeeps. Obviously they fit eleven people pickups with seats at the bag. Yes essentially yes essentially so we go and then our driver this is Josh lost his mind. It was the greatest so he's in the backseat. In the third row. I'm in the second row with Lindsay Z. and cameras in the next six months so he goes up and he pulls in and he starts backing the jeep in should just in case the elephant comes towards us he can pull for so he's back in the meanwhile Josh's behind me. Hey Bob. We're close enough. We're good hey look closer and then he snapping five pitches. Hey we're we're GONNA hang. Hey We're good and then I mean we. He presses that jeep now the guys that GPS are seven yards long another pretty long long yard too but they're long so this guy's well far away from the elephant. Josh is less than five yards away from a wild elephant. I am less than seven yards away from a wild elephant and Josh is the elephants stops drinking looks up and takes two who steps towards US and Josh Loses. Let's look when he was on his show. He was not lying. Thank he not the protect himself necessarily but just but I'm telling you and then our driver pulls forward one foot like I mean he's like he turns it on and we move forward like one foot elephant takes one more step going. Hey we we've seen enough we got him. We got the pictures. Let's go. We already got happy. Everybody happy happy happy cheap. Let's go eat skews. It was it was it was a little I mean I it's hard to say they would favor Puerto trip but that was that was his personality really really <hes> on the show and then riding around with these guys and and you said you know get to see their personalities. He's one hundred forty guys on the team. You know I- I recruit <hes> two years worth now that I that I obviously know a little better than the older guys from time they were sixteen so but getting to see some of the older guys that were in the jeep and this trip in general for me selfishly and I guess not selfishly but getting to see these guys asner personalities it was awesome and them talking about each other like yeah. I'm offensive Lineman. I don't know why I would speak to a DB. Who's from across the country entry for me? <hes> we just don't cross pass very often you know and seeing that bonding and just guys being mixed up in jeeps and being mixed up in their tours tors through a part-time museums and Nelson Mandela's cell and table mountain and just the whole bonding of the experience of it was man it was great. I almost almost fell off the couch laughing so hard at doing that and I'm glad that undersold it because it's just shows how he and I don't think he was defending himself. I just don't think like you remember quite how I remember him. Acting also probably think it's in the moment versus re rehash harder reenact the whole excitement level but it was is his capture pretty well in the show really we watch as the Blue Rod was on the big ten network. I'm you guys put out a link. We'll put a link out on A._D._D.. PODCAST as well well here on the show check it out and a lot of fun looking forward to seeing what's next for the football program. When it comes to travel? That's coming up down the road you ever read the Athletic Arctic Athletic Dot Com Athletic Dot com the indepth analysis and articles that they do. They've been doing a great series of the Hundred Years of college football. You WanNa know anything about behind. The <unk> scenes kind of those are the kinds of stories that were that we're talking about here with the athletic and the college football season vastly approaches. We all know Michigan. Football is the talk of the town. 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I want to read through Kennett before we get to the tweets Jackson goodness we are now <music> at six million downloads haired as sick million we have gone from four to five relatively quickly and we went from five to six even faster. Oh Oh that's fantastic so our listeners shout out to a couple of cities Chicago has our number one listening base. <hes> the State of Michigan is our number one listing bait by state by a city. It is first Chicago Second Ann Arbor and Third New York City while that means. We're your Steve Austin. It's your the six million dollar man it whoa wait a minute six million men download man but kind of interesting dislike traveling around just being up at <hes> mackinaw island for the for the letter winners U. of damn letters winter event it. They had amazing the people that are walk up to you and talk about your show. You know I'm not we went to New York Jim and I for the for the Yankees he's baseball game and the and the golf tournament you'd be walking to tap you on. <hes> advocating for student athletes that kind of thing Jimbo Goo Jimbo ghosts use me everyone is perplexed at coach would have the student athletes interest in mind if one would follow him closely Oh sleep through listening to a podcast they would find that Harbach cares deeply about these athletes and their families and what's best at wants what's best for them and that comes starts with you and Jackie teaching that to your family values of importance of family etc etc and it comes through the virtues of your of your son we heard on the podcast last week talking about transfers and that that kind of thing and so that's a extolling the virtues of the Harbaugh family with that tweet we got one from Neil here and Hayden Twenty one and this one. You'll like this one. He says can't wait wait for the first game. I'm bringing my family from Kentucky as A.. W. K. U.. Grad parentheses during harbaugh era and lifelong fan. I am excited for my the kids to see the big house so looking forward having neil join us when it come tells Neil to give us a shout out. He sees us <hes> we our paths cross to give us a yell if you Z. Jack Harbach Neo make sure you makes you say hello now. This one came in. We've had this week been sitting on this for a little while but I know that you have a response to from Oliver Planning from rob he he tweeted. I'm curious what the Harbaugh's have against the soccer tunnel. I'm okay with a tunnel for young kids but can't stand the focus on snacks after the game. This is a story that goes back. Jim Was coaching at the University of San Diego. Dave eight off was on the staff David off. I don't know if you remember him. I've met him. Yes ask one of the Great Great Gentlemen one of the Great Football Men Greg Great Gentlemen has since passed away but he was retired. He was a defensive coordinator out at San Diego the chargers and decided to retire in San Diego. Jim Got out there talked him into common as part time full time defensive coordinator but a a part-time coach and we played our first ball game there and I was running backs coach. He was the coordinator and at the end of the game was a little bit different but they had a pencil lines in division one AA non scholarship football pencil lines the old kids come by each other in different directions actions and they kind of hi Fi is they go by a pencil line then they would turn and come back the other way and pencil line again and we went in the locker we won. The game aint big and Davidson Mary sitting on a shared his hands are in his in his hands as head is in his hands and he's gone. That's it. That's the last game ever coach for you. Jim Jim harbaugh chips for what happened. We would play now. That's it. I can't coach for you and chips well. What can I do to make it different? Get rid of those Damn Pencil football. Do we have pencil lines to end the ball game and go to the locker room. He's let's just do it the way they do it. In the pros post game is over our sideline walks to the middle of field their sideline wash the millfield kind of fi little. How and we don't do those damn pence line well it has a grandparent is apparent? We we do the tunnels. You know the so whenever I see the tunnels I'm the game is over John. Jack is six years old or Ratty is six years or ten years old. They're playing field hockey or whatever and they do the tunnels or the players come through our tunnel and then they go to the other tunnel flashes just dave eight off. I see his picture and he's gone that pencil lines and I kind of equate the tunnels with a pencil and all the parents and the grandparents pretty much get into the tunnels but I refuse in honor of Dave Adolph to participate in any tunnels or or or pencil lines if you might but what about in say hockey do handshake lines after every game right I can't participate. I'm sorry talk hockey you whatever you name. I can't participate and the other one I get. We've talked about this several times the most as a head coach and I was what was nineteen years. Here's the head coach at the college level the handshake at the end of the game. We've talked about this. I despise it. I totally despise it win or lose as a winner you go out and might be a friend of your someone you respect and you've just won the game and you're walking out there and you know how he feels. You've been on that other side coach Nice game. The kids played well and how well they play. We lost I mean you. You just have that terrible. If you lost I mean it's even worse than you. GotTa do it for sportsmanship and you can't have Fred Coach said it should be eliminated. Here's what I propose as I've proposed often on this is your your coach on. The side of the game is over. You're on your side line coach. You get his attention. He weighs you. Wave you go to your locker room. He goes as a lot of garage locker room two or three days later. We have a nice phone. I'm talking about the game and move on with our life. Did I answer that question. What was the question? The question is what do you have against the soccer tunnel and obviously incident you answered it has some history behind it with some great names in there as well so we also got some tweets on a conversation. We had here a couple of weeks ago. We were talking about L.. Truth telling coach is telling the truth to kids and parents. Tell the kids and not all. You're doing a great job even if the kids strikes out or something like that so we have a a few tweets on that you're on a boat we had this conversation and having a fun time. I would have had a lot but I'm not going to read the tweet. What were you told things? When you're younger that I was I was was yeah was awful? I was told the truth I was no. I was told the truth. If I have eight it then I was told the truth and you know what I do that with my daughter Abigail. I do my daughter in August so your old school like we were talking about here on the I don't WanNa hear like Abbie Sorry Abby if you're listening to this years later this year Abby Abi had a terrible softball season batting this year. She's been a great hitter been the best hitter on our team every year. She's played side. Sorry to go an entire and every time could try no. It wasn't a good try. She struck out stop and I'm the only one I'm the dad all. The parents probably went. What is wrong with this guy? She's crying. We'll stop crying and you won't cry. You'll be happy stopped doing the weird thing with your foot in your arms. You know how to hit you. squish Toboggan hit drive the ball. Just just tell her and guess what the second start doing it she got to. It's a game for the last five games this season. She's like I should do that all year. Yeah no kidding. I'm the Idiot Dad was screaming from the from the weaker to use him. Could he go because that's the point. That was the point that we had of the podcast. That's what it should be but there's too much of the coddling as we the podcast. That's the boyle sure you're spot on on so pam tweeted in if your parents don't tell you the truth who will Albright Pam Pam. Thanks Pam Yeah. That's what I said when Mike Kids goofing around or not doing it right. How did I show you how to do it or how did the coach or you had a new to right and I know she's six but still do it right T._k.? Go Blue Sixty nine. Tony tweeted. He said B. M. One Rodriguez. My Company Commander Navy Bouquet told me I was a waste of my fathers. I'll something yes I thought no. I was the fastest I can do this so again. He used the negative the positive I'm not so sure I <hes> the mental images that you've described that way. I'm not sure I support that. I think that's very military <hes> I think we Hunan Keep it within the the guidelines of the sport. We don't need to get into those other. Things can't though right boot camps a little more. I think a little more extreme I think we see something here something a little more more extreme and there's a fine line of being the crazy lunatic there was I've met a couple of those guys and I'm maybe dapper in that as a little bit too but the coddling and then the dictator if you're beacon as long as you're being constructed guys. I'm talking about this. I know I listened but it was a constructive. Do what you're trained to do. Work harder those kinds of things and you don't want to be demeaning. You don't WanNa be destroying a confidence away. It's always related to the sport and how you can be bess <music> how you can be better and then we had T- Kuch Tweeden's I don't tell me one time that I will never amount to anything because of my last name that has always been in the back of my mind and know that I have already already proven wrong and it just keeps getting better by the day because I keep improving every day who know who said he would never amount to anything because it's obviously at the same name as she mom assuming that the other side of the aisle never heard anyone well. I guess I guess I have. I'm sure I see real problems within that family I don't. I don't want to be invited to their <hes> their Thanksgiving Dinner Yeah. Can you guys listen to more Jack Talks. You need a little more of that in your life so we'll say to the T.. Kuch keep striving. We didn't get better be better today than you were yesterday to be better tomorrow. You're today which you're nice and tight. Don't get going to get off the off the reservation so it's a fun responses houses to that conversation. We had a couple of weeks ago here on attack. You hit the hardest podcast and I asked Jack Couple Baseball Love Baseball questions for Jackie O two things I've saw I've seen since are a little vacation. One Oliver Drake <hes> pitcher for the Tampa Bay devil rays. Did you see his screwball last week that he threw in a game I have seen it and I wanted to know that was unbelievable the way his body talked right handed to to the left his his body is moving his hand is move his arm and then the ball takes a hard right off the plate. I mean there had no chance to hit. The ball. I mean obviously had a tremendous career. Oh you know he's played for seven teams. In the last four years. Most recently traded to Tampa Bay for cash considerations. Put It this way Jack he played for your Indians Orioles that we had heard he's yeah. He's five and seven this year. I'm guessing his scruples better than his slider. Could I ask you. Is this a new pitch for him or is it. A must be neighbors time if he's throwing this pitch over seven years. He's is not been moving around as you described that as unhittable yeah it's it's I mean a left-handed hitter was froze up by so can can you imagine what a right here is going to look got it. I'm guessing though if he's done that pitch for for the last seventeen over four years longer with a minor leager that he may not still be pitching yeah he went to work and the things that you have to throw that on your arm and your body just has to be not exactly proper science I I wanted to tell listeners you might want to tune out right now to my next little diatribe here but back in one thousand eighteen thirty two out of going back to nineteen forty eight Cleveland Indians won the world series a pitcher by gene bearden he he will they traded a guy that year he lasted one year and he wants only eighteen nineteen games one the clincher for the for the pennant and the world series he had a screwball. Oh Wow he only had one pitch everything else was just nothing and so what they found out. After the first year is he can throw for strike so whenever they saw the body sways and it was out of the strike strike ball for you take pretty soon. He's his career was totally over so maybe maybe maybe they're onto something here in this batter that we saw didn't realize this guy could not throw this don't swing does the one pitcher particular that made the around that went viral on the Internet. I I mean we'll see slider. Slide that it was not a slider is not normal either. No pitchers really a normal throwing motion but it's a a slider seems to make sense scientifically right and with your arm arm comes down and risk the screwball makes no scientific sense to that your body doesn't just shrivel and shred whatever the hell you have to have two. That's question number. One baseball is question number two. I saw this in a minor league. Maybe all star game so they were one one they were they took the umpire out and they did a digital a pitch guys basically a computer calling balls and strikes. I thought was weird. We won't get into that part but in that same all-star game and I don't use it for the rest of the League or real quick aside did it say balls and strikes with like a Siri voice I don't I don't know they just said that. It was going to be no Komo behind the plate umpire. It was going to be a guy I was going to be competing video. I just hadn't heard audio if it was like seriously which I don't know but for you go that'll they would. They have a box back there. That does it or not. I don't even I don't need you said there's going to be no see the manager coming out and arguing with the box the puck remember our guy. WHO's a manager of the Orioles? Earl weaver got kicked out hundreds of game. YOU'RE GONNA kick dirt on you. Kick the dirt on the boxer Sir. You're close up the box unplugging power the the bill your hat boom. You're pounding the box I just I don't see if this is gonNA work. I don't believe because because the game is going to be so much different right. It's Bill Billy. Martin are rolling over in their graves right now. Who am I going to yell at a Guy Picking up the bass in doc sparks and then they have a guy subsitute when the box goes down guy comes out call balls and strikes like the old ace oh my gosh but I was called in that same game they added that you could steal first base like a third dropped third strike that you could still you'll I basal pass ball or I guess on any pitch on any pitch the pitch in the catcher catches and you decide you want to run? I guess you could run. I don't know why you would do that. But what do you think about stealing ailing first base. I think it's interesting. I would certainly try it a little bit in some of these independently asks you how it works but I think that would be interesting. They're always trying to find ways to make the game anymore. which gets the way they play the game now? I want to watch a college game to be on. I love the Indians that I I'd rather hear radio to hear announcer because I m each and percents perceive the way the game used to be if I have to watch major league baseball you know guys don't run out but all that but here's what I would suggest to get rid of the Damn Shift get rid of the shift putting the three guys on the one side of the infielder and you guys are so caught up in a home run they could get five of them over there and they're still trying to jack it through that side of the field so they have the potential hitting a ball over the fence. I'd say get rid of get rid of the shift to would be one thing that they could do that would make the the other thing is the baseball. I think the baseball has been doctored. They say it's a live Oh. I don't think it's the ball I don't think it's I think it's the seems there. I think they've limit limit. The seems when you hit a ball back three or four years ago you put your fingers on the seem. I'm you could feel it was raised up now. It's much much softer seems are lower seems can't grip him to get the ball to move as much as they talked about during the All star break and he said that he thought the balls were juice. That was the word that he used and then he was <hes>. I think given a quiet down now because it's not actually what happened now. Rob Manfred the commissioner talked about the pill. The center of the ball may be re centered the biggest changes inches that major league baseball now owns Rawlings and so they manufacturing they are subtly different. Every year is not you would think it would just be the same baseball ISOS but apparently they are subtly different every year. I don't get it. I just assume get it back to where the seams are supposed to be the spinach right and the whole deal case I would would make as the world series a couple of years ago. Many Games are thirteen eleven. Yeah I mean home runs. There'd be down by five runs. A two year two innings later their head by six right and balls are flying out of the park. I got a feeling that the juice up the world series of we thought about using the ball but In order to to bring some real excitement just play like they played in the College World Series Sofa out. I would pay to come out not that. I would bet that they don't know right well. You know somebody you don't have to games here for the short walk to go watch the fish he Jack Boorda point about using independent leads to try out the yeah stealing first base thing the only problem with doing that's like the one time that the independently might not work because the independent the lowest levels of Minor League Baseball. That's that's where the catches have the hardest time keeping the baseball and you probably have more balls that go back to the backstop in that level than anywhere else and so maybe and maybe it's too close to the majors with AAA level where the catches are really close to being in the pros. Here's what I'd do if I were a manager and I doctored the backstop a doctor the backstop so it some way that ball would bounce direct back to the center and I would miss it. I mean you pass ball on purpose without allowing it to go all the way back to even think about he takes off running bounce boom. You're out so you gotTA think about it. That's how's it going to bounce. It's like a like a like a straight fast. Hey this fastball catcher. Just slide out of the way boom is gonNA backstop. We're going to move up our news. Is there no more umpires stuff breaks the box. Is it a strike. There's your interesting questions to ponder as we head into next year. We'll be getting the football season soon so we'll be right. Now are like totally play football like four weeks and yes we do and we do and they'll be full fall camp preview and college football conversation here on the podcast coming up but as the time of this podcast Airs Camp Hasn't actually opened yet that's crashed but nothing really changed from the day of like big ten media days until now other than the players continue to work out but that's not changing football things so whoa don't worry we're going to get into a lot of conversation over the next weeks and months as we're about to embark on the month of August and Fall Cam and then of course the season coming up on the last a day of August and into September and beyond now I know we're really saying I was telling someone I was telling the guys at the front desk today that this this vacation season so you know we have a certain amount of time off as staff members and coaches and in fourteen years of of doing this which is certainly small compared to Jack or coach or many of our coaches. I've never had a summer where I look forward to the end of the recruiting period not to be done but like how exciting it was going to be and then and go with my family for the three weeks for vacation and be around them in the through the things that we're going to do and then be excited to get back into work because of the AH the excitement in the building and the not the hype but just beginning around the coaches and getting around the guys and and going out and playing football and getting in the training camp this is not that I haven't enjoyed it all those times but this year. There's a special excitement about. I want to echo that <hes> Jim at his press conference on Friday the big ten. I don't know exactly when we were doing this on Friday. When they had the big ten meetings thing that he I gleaned out of that time was when he went and described ascribed coach Easter? Would he describe coaching style. I thought what the I felt the passion and the excitement that he felt about this coaching staff that he went down every single coach on the staff mentioned some something about each one of them that that he was excited about and what they brought into this program and if you would listen I read I read the transcript. I didn't really see it. I was reading it and saw that I can only imagine what that you felt when you actually saw it. I watched it. I felt that also prior to that. He had a few weeks ago now he is. He went onto the T._k.. Show Tim Kawakami podcast. They did the same thing talking about the coaches and use the word and the excitement level you can you can hear the voice you can see it in his face and use the word not the hype because hype doesn't exist in the building. Now you know as someone who you know I'm in the radio in the radio side of things most of the time but I come here once a week kind of cherry pick if you will like what I see like I just see a little sliver of it each week and so I hear that part of it or whatever people are saying outside the building but none of that permeates inside the building what happens inside the walls of Sham Becker Hall is different. It's unrelated to that. People aren't paying attention to that. It's how are they feeling about each other and the team and all that kind of stuff and yeah you you can censor is different so it's GonNa feel different but if and doesn't like to go back and compare years past we'll I'll try not to as well but if you just go back twelve months and twenty four months and you know for me me being in the building doing this over these last couple years I sent the difference and every year is different but there is a there is something about the buzz the activity when you come back doc after vacation season is over again from an outsider's perspective vacation season's over you walk the hall and you're like and people are after it like people are excited like you could just see there's big smile. There's mixed those big smiles with a lot of seriousness because there's a big right hand and Yeah I. I don't know if it buzzes the right word order. It doesn't really matter what the word is you. Just it's palpable. Whatever you're feeling when you walk in here and you get a chance to just be a fly the wall which essentially for a couple of hours I am what I'm waiting for the podcast start or whatnot when I'm here just kind of a fly on the wall and you see the player's GonNa work out or whatever you're like? There's an extra pep in their step. There's an extra smile on her face but the seriousness seriousness is also there and I sense that just in my little bit of time that I'm here and you guys obviously you see it every day. No good just to two words toured word sums it up energy and engaging Yep. We have enter and engaging. I'm just talked to coach step. I'm talking about the analyst. I'm talking about the Graduate Assistant Scouting Group Group. I'm talking about player development people that are in the building. There is an energy and an engagement and what you see from my many years of coaching the people that come in contact with the players are staff and that bounces down to the players and I see that Energy Reggie when you're around the players and coaches around but you see him they look you up. They WANNA come and they want to wide eyed and engage in that energy being passed from from the coaches to the players and that's what I see and I think is going to be the biggest change in in this football team over the football season. The first first day of school is coming. You always love vacation but you want to see who your teachers. You WanNA see your friend. You haven't seen all some and that that's what we're dealing with right now. Football is right around the corner and of course we'll talk talk a lot of football here the podcast coming up next Czech talk to you at attack each day the podcast. This is Jack Talk. I want to listen. I want to be better. I want to be the best I can be welcome. Welcome to our team. The GAC talk as you get older. You get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find hair grows in places that it hadn't been before welcome into Hashtag Jack Talk. It's now time for everybody's favorite Secretary Jack Talk here and attack each day the Harbaugh's podcast and I've been really anticipating this one for a little while because Jack told me he he wanted to talk about the legal and I don't think we're talking about soup so I have no idea exactly what we're talking about. Jack tell us about the legal ladle goes back to service forties. Thirties twenties goes way back. Now we go out to a practice you see a game and you see the trainers out and they got these cylinders founders of water and there's plastic arm here in a plastic armor. Is there like like a giant octopus and you have a little handle on it. You squeeze the hand on the water comes scored. Now you do helmet they squirt the water in between the helmet or you lift a helmet up at squirt water. The thing I find a guys don't square him or they have actual trainers that squirt the water form. Yeah I've seen that evening game trainers come out with the water bottles and they just Sweden and they walked by a squeeze in award I hope his mouth and normally have drek hit. Sometimes they missed the nose and into the I but I mean it's a fancy fancy thing well the old days if you ever watch the old football <hes> with with <hes> knute rockne in those kinds of people all they had was a water bucket a pure water bucket and it was a ladle the later Italy you might find in your kitchen you reach down there and dip the ladle into the water bucket and took your l.. Drank drank the water as you for your drinking drinking out of a cup and then the next guy would put his mouth and he would suck it out of the Lehto Label Lehto and go from player to player play. We never thought about you know what what consequences there might come from that but it was just that was football. I mean you you had the late. We just don't see those anymore anymore and I don't think we should bring it back. I'm just trying to create an image of what the ladle later was all but divers other things about football I remember back in my day back in my my did bowling green we never did this. Practice was just games at halftime. I look forward to getting into the locker room and half not because of the pre game adjustments Sir halftime adjustments I went because there was a bucket another bucket of quartered oranges frozen. I mean there was ice in their renew. These oranges were down into the bucket and the take that quartered orange out. I think play each player got to that to those quarters. You put them in there. You put it in your mouth like a mouth piece. You know the whole quarter Dory. Oh you bite down just to the inside of the skin and that you had juice with just explode in your mouth at cold ice orange and it just flowed down and you thought I'm ready for the second half with two of those quartered oranges. You're literally ready. I don't know if we do that anymore. I don't think we do I. If I were a young coach I would demand at halftime a bucket bucket of ICED quarter orange juice. Is anyone have a thought on that. I do think that a conversation should be had with Ben Herbert what you know what do you do right what replace the oranges and if something did why that actually sounds pretty <hes> pretty nutrition and they had this thing is is what is it gatorade. Yeah I would rather have a quartered orange and not that I'm a anything against Gatorade but I love this. Here's another one this for me right. Now was the most exciting time of the year in all the two years I coached the beginning of practice. I mean the time you put this time to put the uniform on. We used to start in highschool. August twentieth used to look at in count the days off to High School August twenty beginning and the one thing I had got a got a really close your eyes and picture this now back in the old days days. They didn't have these soccer type cleats. You know the plastic clete on the sole of the shoe was all made part of the shoe they had <unk> <hes> pieces of rubber cleats shaped rubber that you screwed it was a post out of your shoe. You're football you then you would screw do the clete onto the onto the shoe and it was rubber they later they went to metal tips on the rubber cleats but in those days it was solid rubber then you'd walk to the practice field over a sidewalk like and you shuffle your feet. What do you think happened when you did that? Ah helped me out. You know what you did and you did you kind of scuff them a little bit but what what do you think came from that that made you know that it was was August twentieth and we're starting fern rubber burning rubber the smell of burning rubber this like you burn a tire your backyard. I mean it's Haw it was like pick a room like perfume. You couldn't get enough of that that smell of that rubber as as you walked out of the now don't you know I'm saying and I am fully aware my senses and all that I am not going over the edge but the ladle I longed for the ladle the quartered orange and the smell smell of rubber from those burning cleats and with that we know the football is right around the corner but we're not waiting to August twentieth these players report August first the first practices August second back in the schedule and I know you were talking high school but the schedule for even colleges shifted earlier and earlier part of that has games earlier but it's an exciting time to be in this building or really really any building across America. We don't limit to hear inside Sean Becker Hall. It is an exciting time that first day of practice when the coach goes into the team meeting room and has his entire tired team together for the first time knowing that they're about to go out and practice. It's got to be special. There's no question Jim used to say. I haven't heard him say for a couple of years but it's like New Year's. It's like the New Year some people celebrate January first with the fireworks in the ball coming down and celebrating a New Year for football this upcoming next two weeks and what does it August. I that I that is that is the football new year. That's the one that we all celebrate as coaches and players. The ball was coming down and I would like to see fireworks. I think it would be very very well done. I walk out on the field. The players are walking out of their put on fire fireworks promotion Boop boop you do it. I do it about nine o'clock at night. Sky would come to light turn on the lights and have your practice after the celebration of the new. Are Your football exciting time. Ahead is football is back and we'll be talking football throughout the month August and then of course throughout the Michigan football season here on the podcast. 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