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10 Trivia Questions on TV Catch Phrases

Trivia With Budds

07:03 min | 2 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on TV Catch Phrases

"Contribute questions on tv catchphrases. I'll give you the catchphrase. You name the show. This is trivia with buds. He'd be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Thanks for checking out the show and thanks for leaving those. I tunes reviews for up to two ninety five looking for five more before the end of august. Twenty twenty one here. If you leave a review drop me an email. Ryan buds g. dot com. Tell me you did that. And i'll send you some swag in the mail. Just got some brand new trivia with buds. Ninja turtle logo magnets. That would look great on your fridge holding up that first quarter report card for you or your kids come on. Go leave a review. And i'll send you some good stuff. I also have a bunch of worksheets. That i've been printing off as of late. Little crossword puzzles word searches different little challenges. I've created when i do handouts a trivia nights and. I'll send you some of those as well so you can work on those if you like to get the pen and pencil out and do some puzzles at a kitchen table. Like i do almost every single day. I am hooked on a one of those crossword magazines. You buy for like. I don't know three bucks at barnes and noble and i've never completed a whole cross where magazine and i'm about halfway through it and it's an easy one but i feel real smart when i figured out a whole puzzle on my got it nailed it and you start to learn all these crossword cues from them. You know you're like oh when they're talking about miss gabor. It's always eva like the old actress. Eva gabor stuff like that. So you get smarter. I feel like when you do crosswords every day. I'm trying to do like three to five a day. Even if they're easy kind of gets that brain going for me. Today's episode to get your brain going is called. Tb catchphrases. i'll give you a catchphrase. You tell me the name of the tv show. it's from. These are from throughout the ages nineties in here some recent stuff. And here's some old school stuff in here so have fun playing along and drop me a line at Social media anywhere at ryan buds. Tell me how you listen to the show. Do you listen solo on the way to work. Do you listen while you workout. You listen with a spouse or partner in battle on a road trip. I'm always looking for info on how people consume the podcast. And we're gonna jump into those ten questions on tv catchphrases right now. Here we go. Tv catchphrase number one. Homey don't play that number one. What tv show. Would you hear that quote homey. Don't play that number one number one homey don't play that and number two. The truth is out there. The truth is out there. Number three is buzinga number. Three bazaga and number four here is your moment of zen. Here it is your moment of zen number. Four number five what belova dub dub number five web la dub dub number five on your list number six. This tape will self destruct in five seconds number six. This tape will self destruct in five seconds and number seven. Did i do that number seven. Did i do that number. Eight good night john boy. Good night john boy and number nine. Is that your final answer. Is that your final answer number. Ten closing out strong. That's what she said number ten. That's what she said number ten. Those are all of your questions for tv catchphrases. I hope that you are able to figure out. All the tv shows that matched up with them. We'll be back in just a second to see if he did. We are back with the answers to tv. Catchphrases let's see how you did on their short quiz from the world of television number one. Homey don't play that one of my favorites yet shows of all time in living color number one keenen ivory wayne's devised in living color number one number two. The truth is out there. Another fox show the x. Files moulder and scully in the nineties. The x. files number three bizana is the big bang theory which went off the air. I think last year after eleven seasons twelve seasons but zinger bing bang theory number four. Here it is your moment of zen. That's jon stewart. When he ran the daily show number four. Here it is your moment of zen. The daily show number five wa. Boloba dub dub is rick and morty rick and morty pickle rick the whole gang number six this table self-destruct and five seconds mission impossible. I remember there was a pretty good mission. Impossible nintendo sixty four game. That had a lot of cool puzzles. You had a solve with different traps and tricks and things like that. It was based off of the movie. But the guy you played as did not look like tom cruise they probably did not get those rights but check out the mission. Impossible nintendo sixty four game number seven. Did i do that. Family matters. Steve urkel number seven. Steve urkel on family matters number. Good night john boy. That was the waltons. Big family all live in one house. Saying goodnight to each other. Number nine is that your final answer. Who wants to be a millionaire regis philbin who wants to be a millionaire and then a bunch of other hosts meredith vieira etc number ten. That's what she said. is the office. Michael scott on the office very similar to title of your sex tape from brooklyn nine nine and both those shows from the same maker so there you have it. That is today's quiz. Hope you had fun. Reliving some of those tv catchphrases. We got a factor the day for you and that fact is that roman spread their own feces and their gardens. It was known as night soil. Roman spread their own feces in their gardens known as night soil. How about that now. You know that self manure will get your flowers blooming. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend for supporting the show on patriot. Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. And we'll see you next time for more trivia with me cheers.

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Ep95: Gard Jameson on Strategic Compassionate Action

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

49:20 min | 3 months ago

Ep95: Gard Jameson on Strategic Compassionate Action

"Yes there's going to be. A tremendous amount of attention. Given to the physical traits of the individual is going to be attention. Given to the. Of course the i q traits because we want that kid to go to stanford law that kid l. But what. I will never get and why your work is so important are the spiritual and when you are the lead sled dog which are the drivers of our future if we allow them to be. That's a big s right now with more Dictators on the planet today than there were ten years ago and we're witnessing the devastation is created plan standpoint from social standpoint from a personal standpoint by that quality of authoritarian secularism on the planet. Right now so who work on compassion. This is all has on-deck all ors in order. This is the moment and we have to take this seriously. It's not as the dharma set a luxury. It is easy and it's right here and right now so thank you both for what you're doing. Hello my name. Is clay boykin and i am in search of the new compassionate male. I believe in the midst of these incredible times of change. A new compassionate mail is emerging as the new archetype in. This podcast is intended to give voice to both men and women on the overarching topic of compassion. Consciousness in men hello world. It's me dennis than we are in search of the new compassionate mail. I get to produce this episode. And we're here with the founder playboy. Boykin hello klay or have we gotta show this acton heyman we have our dear friend back now for the third dr jameson guard. Can you believe it's been a year. No is been a very long ear. That's one of the things that we want to talk about card because we were talking about historically like this has been a historic and historic year. And we were talking right before the program started about history and your you grew up in a showbiz biz family. Your stepmother was eva gabor right. Who was one of the gabor. Sisters greenacres had how wonderful movie career and this and you got an opportunity to be around the star system at that time and where where Compassion may or may not have n have entered into this and you were talking about some of the personalities that you had an how abe was truly as she was on tv. Could you talk more about that. You know martin buber suggests that there are two ways to approach another person either as a transaction or as a person i think. Compassion begins when we approach each and every person as a real person with intrinsic value and growing up in that environment. There were a lot of different personalities that i met along the way but eva was one of those individuals who really exuded quality of sincerity genuineness and care for the other person. She really saw each and every person as a genuine child guard. She came from a catholic traditions from hungary and her father was a general. She said we used to hide under the table. Because he was really general. And they escape from our budapest during the communist occupation. She came with very little with her sisters maga and joschka and her mother jolie really made a life for themselves and i will say it was deep blessing for me as a teenager to absorb fi her compassion. I think one of the many influences that move me and direction are committing my life as an actor. I don't know if you can play an emotion that is beyond something that you can experience and make it real. So that when somebody like a jimmy stewart which those of us who have this when he has that decency. I don't believe unless it's part of him. He could not make me believe it. But when you have that or a peck that's there or or that that that abe showed so beautifully haircut us great pre socratic philosophers characters destin. And i share that with all my students at the university. And if i don't teach you anything else. Character is justin so so well the seeds of character a did that and it was interesting again when you observed family dynamics to observe differences between her and her sisters genuinely a compassionate person and her co star greenacres. Eddie albert was the same pulling up. One night was dating. His daughter was on sunset boulevard and lo and behold guess what was coming all the way out to sunset boulevard corn stocks cow. Real thing so. I had to go through the corn stocks to get to the front door. Oh how wonderful it. Genuine person he we like a really exuded qualities in saturday. A desire for something better. Eddie was a student of the ranch book. Which i am and in in the book is found a lot of sage wisdom that helped him along his journey and is was alarming and very luxurious journey was always i We were clan. I were talking beforehand about what we wanted to discuss with you about what you learned about yourself during this past year what you learned about the world what you learned about your students. What some of the ways. That were that that that compassion has impacted influence need to influence more into what is going on. And and what is going on premier perspective so we were hoping to get a catch up with you on on. Pick any piece of that and will like you dennis. Mike you clay. When covid. I hit i doubled down. armed compassion. I recognized in polarized world. We're living in Standpoint of politics economics and social behaviors. They were living in such a world of seer and john says at best perfect love casts out all fear and so allied with perfect. Love comes the intention to demonstrate In the world and that's where compassion comes in so right out of the gate was early april. I think we got the alarm calls in march early. April are signed up for something called delivering with dignity which was deliver meals to the most at risk people in our community who were shut in because of cancer because of poverty or because of the number of things. And you know i As i said at the outset right nine oh two one. Oh brat i. I grew Privilege and so taking responsibility for that privilege was a very important mushin for me in the last year and not to say i haven't done in the past for double down on it during the coke kogo and i continue to double down on it out. So we're just amplifying our activities here locally around compassion win the george floyd murder to place or last year I scratch my head a so many of us did what could we do to begin to change culture because culture right compassion cultures. We really the only thing that's going to move us. Forward will so remember having a a talk lunchroom. Our attorney general eric ford about the fact that we had three elements of criminal justice system. We had the police force get them. We had re restrict attorney and the judicial system in jail and we had a little bit of rehabilitative Material are activity here in community hopes are prisoners. Embark john ponder but he wants to check it out. It's a fabulous program doors fired. The police department were. Da's office judicial. There's a fourth element. You wanna guess what the fourth quarter you run this in criminal justice werner war. Well what my question would be like when there is ever a gun at an incident with a gun. What i'm most interested is not what happens after but what was happening one second before what was happening a week before what was happening a month before what was those. Are the questions that i feel like that. We should be thinking about dance. You are as we say in the game. We are very warm number. Four that you learn criminal justice the fourth plank of criminal justice restorative justice and if door of justice restorative justice is just the expression of compassion renew judicial system. And if you look around. I don't know how it is in texas but i'm gonna guess you don't have it on formerly in the system. We probably have judges who say well this one. We're gonna let off because you know at least in circumstances which. You don't have a formal restorative justice program. So i began what i call whispering. Conversations when are thinking about moving to action from no attitude. compassion. I found that there was a deep appetite adding that or client and so i have wonderful. Solid restarted restored of justice in baltimore philadelphia in dc avenue. Obama fellow secrets. Wani who is part of restorative justice program in dc. She's the one who originally fired made to get onto this and we're getting onto it and it's really really exciting in our focus is juvenile's Because as you said dennis what was going on three seconds before that gun runoff. What was going on in the home a week month and year before that gun went off. And when you begin to put those elements together win both the victim and the perpetrator begin to see if you will the larger picture then. There becomes room for compassion and restorative justice and so we had a wonderful sallow. I took a class where charac mazarine who is the fella who started these programs are in released. Wonderful felonies name was read also rivera dolla. Twenty four years old. The dasa former marine dog group in chicago dafa grew up in a family in which there was a tremendous alcohol dolls. Slow married his sweetheart. The doll hall ranked to her party. One night woke up to find his wife dead. We had blacked out into some kind of state and he was in jail on first degree murder. The soak sharma restorative justice side. Got to adopt knock before the our original court case for after in his rodolfo shared with us. Students are at georgetown myself. A few of us were led in so we could hear these stories and said would be alive today. I attempted suicide four times. I wouldn't be alive today if there wasn't restored justice program engaged and he said today as i sit here talking to you. I restored relations with my mother-in-law and rinse my wife. Sam wynne and my young son who was born just a few months turkey for my wife. Sta ion so looking forward to micro and doing everything in my power to be a good prisoner and to show that. I really do care and i have stopped obviously because in prison all by addictive behaviors. My big question right as we move forward into this twenty th century which as such great i certainly do. What are the programs that were like. What is the track. Were laying down right now. We're compassion to be operational within our systems. And i think a big one is restorative. Justice are wherever you are out there and radio lab whatever state you're living in. I encourage you to reach out to your da to return general to these people and find out what's going on you. Have you formally institutionalized restorative justice in. Our state now began the kobe period was a huge period of transition also. Interestingly decided that. I should write a book. I wrote a children's book or it's the story of a father daughter and its discovery of the daughter of what love really is and as she goes through the journey. Were the father. And they got these star stairwell to heaven and they sit there on the clouds talking about what love is gets a little senate because she discovers to have love. Give it away yes. That's the big secret you know Guard talking with charlie barker and and and the charter. He said something wanted. I never thought of and it was. We've got to start teaching passion when babies and to do that got his parents. But that's that's the see as we're begins there and I've gone back as far as we teach our young folks that he really of nail on the head. And that's that's what i see in this book. Yeah that's that's what's got to go on in again. I call it three. Acids synchronicity serendipity and synergy right now when you open your heart. Mind to what's real. Those three s.'s. Began to kick in and one of the people i've met in the last year who has changed my life is leading into starlet. Lewis scarlet lewis lives in luton newton. Connecticut yes yes. I'm on sadly sadly there was. There was a terrific Murder their mass shooting her son jesse stood in front of adam lanza with his rifle and we think say relies are all of this because he took the bull so dear scarlet lewis and her team have started another program which is called choosing love and to your point clay choosing mazar program which is free. You can bring it into any institution. It's basically just cultivating a culture love and compassion and getting teachers pre k. And k and one two three all the way to begin to think on these things. I believe in looking sincari's things we do Then armindo began to change and so she is instituting programs across united states in school systems and other places called choosing love. So i encourage your radio audience to go look choosing love choose. Relationship is gonna come and speak to our compassionate mayors breakfast in november Before thanksgiving or she's an inspiration. I wanna ask you. I hear the term radical embassy used a lot and at first blush is a yeah. That's good but it's a step along the way. Compassion radical empathy is the head gain. I think trying to describe what his heart will. We like to say compassionate and tigra trading verse cognitive empathy. There's emotions not gets into the heart. It real and the two of you know right. Heart is really the prime driver way too much attention to the head. Why don't we happen. We studied in neuroscience at the heart. Actually has that. There's an intelligence that we have just like in the gut. Our intelligence is that are part of we think it's that we we have given too much power to the to thinking that it's only the head. Yeah stopped me about total this story so eight year old girl gets nine year old girls fart. Nine year old girl had been murdered. Eight-year-old girl starts to have a nightmares. The hero girl goes to mom. Mom takes the eight year old to the psychologist. Psychologists takes a girl forensic csi artists pictures drawn. It's relative of the nine world eight year. Old girl is able to lead detective store or weaponless eight-year-old girls memory with nine year old world's heart conviction relative of the annual. This is documented by. Dr paul pierce on book called hearts code which is to your point. The heart jesus says say with all your mind heart narcissist with all your heart mind body and soul order of operations who is the lead so again we just beginning to scratch the surface. And what's really important right now during a lot of reading and genetics right now. Here's what's really interesting is. What's happening in genetic engineering and before we pass from this climate. I'm sure you're going to see an already. The case in china genetically engineered fables certainly and so again as we as we engage in an i. I'm a believer in. I have prostate cancer now. And if i as an embryo could've been discerned having that gene. That was moving in that direction. I would have had that. Gene editing edited anyway. It's a brave new world is excellent says. And we're moving into it very rapidly where we're gonna be able to determine traits not just physical that the charts and the only thing that. Ai doesn't have on you are you. Play is spiritual One i was i. I've been reading about for four years. When i read this one book about about the people that were working on the emotional intelligence part of that in order to get to be able to see how that works and it ended up being women that it was women researchers but the minute that they would bring it up. They slapped down. No were not you. Don't get stay out of it but gradually it's getting into that if we can bring the e q. Into artificial intelligence understanding what that is bringing what that is what might that. What might that look like feel like but what might that be. Will you all know the story at lasts. armstrong will shuttle in the competitive field. You just take sports. As an example. We know what countries are going to do or china's going do is already doing right was going to create the uber match superman in the olympics rival just coming up in tokyo and so again yes. There's going to be a tremendous amount of attention given to the physical traits of the individual. There's going to be attention. Given to the ecorse. The i q traits because we want that kid to go to stanford l But what i will never get and why your work is so important are the spiritual values when you are the lead sled dog. Which are the drivers of our future if we allow them to be. That's a big s now with more dictators on the planet today than were were ten years ago. And we're witnessing. The devastation is created pla- standpoint from a social standpoint from a personal standpoint or that quality of authoritarian secularism on the planet right. Now so who work on compassion. This is all hands on deck. All ors an water. This is the moment and we have to take this seriously. It's not as the dr llamas set a luxury it is and assessing and it's right here and right now so thank you both for what you're doing it. Thank thank you for. Because i it's you know it's one of those things where you go boy. Wouldn't you like to been there when the star of that will. We are here when this is the win. They're going to write about whatever is going to be happening is happening now. Yes yes as we say. Get your shifts together. This is a moment of shifting enough. And that's what we're hopefully not the other word exactly. I think this gives us our opportunity. This gives us our opportunity to see that that there is a power there. Is this power that love is an actual and compassion is an actual power. It is very difficult for me to be deeply compassionate to you. If i haven't done the work on myself. I was doing the best. That i could buy the light i could see by just the other day. I did something quite thoughtless involving my wife had to give a little bit and we laughed like never laughed. Last night said what an opportunity to express compassion to your husband could go ahead craig. I want you to try that. I'll try it would melissa. I said i'd actually like you too. Thank me now. Wasn't that nice. I'd given a chance to practice compassion. He reaching for my my opinion paper right. I'll use at this evening wearing. Sometimes we are a little less but the spiritual intention judaism they have a wonderful cavanaugh covenant means intention and so where our intentions right now and again. I'm using jesus. I could use room. Use the buddha arguments any number of individuals. Their intention was on the deepest parts of who we are and so you mansion right. There's a narcissistic element each of us. The selfish gene will have some biological heritage which we got over five hundred forty nine years ago and that's not going away anytime soon but what we can do is you sir. Denis is do the inner work where we can begin to transform the fear into loss. And i was reading a wonderful five duran butler bass and cheese us. And it's incredible because she she talks about how christianity has in corinth advice here By the end times by a god who requires lot on across right. And if you don't pay attention and baylor did. The study rides. Seventy three percent of all christians. That god is distant authoritative critical. Wants to be in touch with reality by now. But what i know in my heart of hearts is god is none of the above. God is unconditional. Love not as always transmitted love and compassion. Question is do. I have my terra nasty. Inter work god. When i was growing up as a child in christian science there was a phrase. There's not a spot where god is not and that we just said that in sunday school that was just a yes and there is a god sized toll on each of us on. What's the image of god that your grammy ended up all hankyu nurse right exactly is it. And that's where. I loved the idea of god's principal my language that i grew up with his god. His love is scott. This was this was made is love has got a minor change other mail us trying to put god in a box. Not that at all exactly represent god. That's what i love about feinman. Fi richard firemen who said that god is too large for the stage. There is just no way. They're just no way you can put that around. I wanna play. I wanna ask you about something and guard because clay has been teaching me a lot. He's been studying some of the al chemical Principles in this and is there. An al chemical Process transmuting this anger into love condemn is there. Is there a process. Like of kaz. When you said that when you said that guard at it sounded very much like you were doing something in alchemy that you were actually made taking this substance and and and making the getting the go so could you guys helped me to understand that more. Because i'm very i'm at the very edges of it and play is teaching me a lot but i'm Lot to learn here. I'm a very edges of it to beginning to scratch the surface. And i think the one term fremantle area there is no material is The shadow and to be able to take that and due process on that would remembering shadow. Shine light on it. The that's a step in the chemical process then. The results of that work is the philosopher's stone and with the philosopher's stone that material We turn lead into gold that that's the material there and the whole chemical process as i'm beginning understanding runs parallel with our individuation process and as we get closer and closer to find out what our true nature is what we are really here to do and from that were able to do our greatest work or what. They say. The magnum opus. I went to pacifica graduate institute. Jim helmer was your reminding. We read a lot of joseph campbell. And carl and was big. Alchemists realization is a lead is is the goal sheer is the lop cheer is just another form of energy. The issue is how do you take our energy. Was joseph campbell. Said at the base of this fine crudely. Move it to the heart. Shock that requires a kentucky factors. How do you move the energy or anxiety from if you will the groin area up in two throat. How do you move. The energy of anger which is in the solar plexus up into third are into the awareness of the universal. Being connectedness of everything is the realization cannot get to love unless you go through here. So every hero's journey you have to take her journey to the mount kit. Do after go to where the darkest of us are gray shadow is the gold. You just don't know as thomas. Keating would say right. There's only one thing that separates us from god. That's the thought that your god in up. Until recently as i started studying alchemy the shadow was something at ridha right breast. Readier get get rid of get rid of it. In your point is the shadow is goal. Dr freud tunnel salat about that that that you are oppressed we. We've come back to what a lot of dollars in my back pocket as a psychiatrist as we can talk forever about your so yeah you can Get the soul cannot get yourself when she moved through the shadow and that is the secret of outcome e. that's the secret of every spiritual tradition. We just haven't paid attention to her so again. Her are idolatrous. Images are deity that have kept us away. That have suggested that god is distant. God is critical and klay euro to one of these on critic within and what we learned right is that there's good wolf and battles in pay attention to the goodwill we can grow or we can move sir that channel material. Some many things are happening right now. So so the world this opportunity where we're seeing people attempt to hold on to power but that's holding onto power is not. I mean that's something that just slips through your fingers it cannot be it cannot be held onto. We know that from any of the greats spiritual traditions you set. You talked about a half. An organization called the mayors of compassion. Is that the the name of a passionate. Las vegas sponsors. The compassionate mayors breakfast right thursday before thanksgiving. We bring all of our mayors together and bring a four hundred students from across the valley. We'll bring business leaders community leaders and we have whispered conversations about compassion. We actually have captain from our police. Department sasha larkin whose career or speaker and she's just terrific She's really understands the need for compassionate within policing in half kinda warrior mentality you'll get out of the navy seals go into department is where aragon go again right. Get out the guns kim chiu. But that's not what policing let. Let me ask you about that book. How is it that we have ended up with the idea that the most celebrated person within a police department would be the greatest escalator that we would celebrate the someone who could bring peace to situations too challenging. And that would be the person we would elevate. That would be the behavior we would elevate and sin through the entire department because we are known for our ability to de escalate. Well and i don't think he said at this time in. Choose not being pleased officers for peace officers. Yeah police officers. What we would at one time. When i was at marshall dillon a may i know he's a martial but i'm a peace officer you know that's that was the deal that was they they keep the peace. Who's a good one. I liked him. You know the average life span of a police officer after the retired ears. Why in the world. You know why that is it. Goes back to nurse. Science cortisol cortisol in their bloodstream is always. We're always on edge. There's always so cardiac disease strokes. All of these different diabetes type two all of these different stress related chronic diseases happening because of the level of so again. The inner work. How do we get police departments to take twenty minutes in the morning to meditate to bring those cortisol levels down. That's the that's the trick or guard when we're paying out twenty five million dollars to families for for for unjustified homicides and a of the people were doing those that's that's money being spent that actually will appeal to the conservative or politicians viral. Make any labels. Here is a bipartisan. Issue is like the cost of childhood saucer. The cracks you know the system is going to pay. According to duke university. Three million dollars for child lost the cracks who tells just the economic cost but i can peel december my conservative brothers based upon those numbers but really the real cost is the cost of the individual and their potential to be an incredible contributor to society. That's the real cost and that's goes without. I loved that. I only go back to breakfast that you were talking about earlier. I mean you said whispering conversations so the mayor. Las vegas karen grigsby. Who's just a delightful. Radiation of her husband went through transformation he used represent the mob mob this year in las vegas and he was former mayor before her but she likes to quit oscar. I got twelve thirteen years. You only got twelve years. In the mayor. oscar was started. He started a mayor's interfaith initiative within city offices and he started getting interface people together to have worse conversations. About how could we deal with the drugs on the street. How can we deal with homelessness. Shocking we deal with issues and so we're doing it in fact on planning to come to austin in september. See your first job. It communities i initiative. Yeah it's a wonderful or graham and we're looking to replicate it your and again. We're just whispering. We have as you know kind of money coming down the sides here shortly and we've got to figure out what to do with that money. So that's what we do with the bashing breakfast is we talked about. After the former presentations we have town hall. And the kids and they're lined up with questions. So we have superintendent of the school district police. We have the mayors and the kids are just lined up with questions of. Why couldn't we do this. Why can't we do this or why couldn't we have hotline. If i have others thinking about why. Can't i have a hotline. Which and now we have it through the school district. We have the national hotline. We're local so again this is how are we move things into action. I just love that term whispering. Kids sets the stage. Two stage walk rings whisper. We have to listen to each other. I have a brother. And he was international president of wipe your with young presidents. that's a huge organization the movers. And gruber's run the big corporations. And we've got pretty powerful stances in the world. I continually having the conversation. Because she says guard our hardware. Garvey tough gun shows kits. You boom out into the narrow art. Take my cue from Older much wiser than we said. It's about water. Also are taken from. Bruce sleep it's about stillwater. Still that's the most powerful force it actually gave rise to the grand canyon. Magin there so again this continuing dialogue right now which dennis you alluded to remind narcissistic scam for tough love. Ardila which are warmer occupant at the white house. Attentive toured surge. Aren't i i'm a capital. I believe that ca. But i believe capitalism can have a bottom line of many colors. It doesn't have to be red and black. It can be green. You know it can be rainbow. There are a lot of different reasons why but but capitalism is in my bones. But i and i want to have a conversation and then i hear I hear someone like jeff bezos. But he comes out with a statement says people are lazy. And i feed win when when i hear this statement from one of the wealthiest person people on the planet and the people are lazy. I want to say to him. You're not digging deeply enough because you are not because it is not my experience. It is my deepest experienced that people are anything but lazy. You give them purpose you show you you you give them something that they feel like. They're of value. they will they will outperform anything. You could possibly imagine if you would do that. Richard branko saturday. So i can do with almost any circumstance or he did a survivor of the holocaust. Kicks in so again. It's it's so conscious. Capitalism right is like everything they're selfish capitalism and there's unselfish capitalism so i'm selfish capitalists and lives and dies according to the golden rule. The golden rule says everybody's got to be a winner. So mr bezos. You've got to pay people a living wage. You've got to give them health benefits all of these capitalist right where these really hard driver if your right right. This represents a personality typology in part of my growing up was yemi ground and most of the people that run our corporations and run in politics could see it your h. they're they don't like vulnerability low power in their office. You'll see pictures of all the powerful people that they've ever been associated with nor to what tell you watch out dude. Her powerful so again conscious capitalism says there is a golden rule and the rule is not just a rule. It's actually a law. The universe we say loud is powerful. Love is actually the fabric. It's the very fabric of the evers. So if you move against love your moving against yourself you move against diversity if you move against lgbtq. I ever transgender daughter. You move against that. You're moving against the universe whether rockets the jar jar is bad for the jar right. So don't do it. I'm a capitalist with the golden rule. Attached exactly guard in this last part one of the things that i want to ask you. How do we because we're really seeing a big movement in A lot of conservative circles that align themselves with christianity. And i wanna say how. How can we align the principles of jesus you say your question. How do how do we besides the prosperity gospel and i understand. I'm done some. And i understand that but but there seems to be a disconnect here that i would like that. It seems natural that we could. We could make a fit there. I did check christianity. Universal what. I will tell. You is the beginning of the twentieth century. There was a clear appreciation. Regards law was a clear appreciation for all family. We're all connected in theological circles. Ryan anisur really smart people. In germany and england's french would really studied the gospels. But what then happens is war war were to depression genocide holocaust and so what happens is you however dissolving geology within christianity which says somehow in order to understand those events. Would god is out there. God's not in here and as soon as you do that flip the switch and lose with very essence of jesus teaching which is that were all brothers and sisters. We are related by genetically not very much wide to the chip word. Ninety nine percent and to the banana the chip leading sixty percent where sharing those. Da so we're connected to the whole earth and once you get that. Richard roth would say once you see what the universal christ we were. Means when serendipity synergies synchrony doll old sworn russell were german is growing corn crops all the way down the sunset boulevard war jerk. Oh guard it's just so lovely to spend time with you because the this is you see i. I am a great believer in Clan i talk with about about at length about field theory that we are actually raising the consciousness of the human being and we will never know when that tipping point happens or whenever but it is absolutely vital that these conversations happened because these conversations are impacting the entire world and as other whispered conversations are having around it's actually elevating the consciousness of the human being. And that's what i feel so clearly when i get around to and when can you clay my dear love every time that you and i have a conversation. That's what i continue to go and continue to go to get the opportunity to do this. Love that picture you cry at the on symbol in the middle and then you're right. It is the home symbol in the middle. And this is my personal mandolin. And what. I learned axles but access is the relationship Fear this allowed as darkness to light and within all of course. I reach out as far as i can reach. And that's what the circle in the outside is me. That's the procession of the akwa says far i could reach to the cosmos. That's what's represented there and the point that you made about the golden rule. This line here is religious. Tradition between fear and light tradition as you follow it down from darden's in love you have the golden rule there and compassion played out here. We're were stunning. He credit end. Let me tell you something about garden. Got i tell you something guard about about clay. Clay is a multi disciplinary artist. He's an extraordinary sculptor. He is a painter he has had. There is so much of what clay clay dozen and has the uscca skull with words so his writing as you know and so the opportunity to be able to see what he has done and he has a wonderful video on his montel. The different work that he'd done that. I it's it's short it's delightful. I knew something that i had that that will do well. I this hour has flown by a both of you Thank you card for another one in a series of conversations. I promise you as we continue as i get an opportunity to continue on in search of the new compassionate mail that we will. We will have you back as often as possible to be able to be our our our our beautiful touchstone to to see what you're doing and and clay thank you for bringing me a long journey and an all the audience that is there we will put a link to the book to the children's book and and love is the key We'll put a link to that outright in the In kindle link that you can be able to share and also holden clay's work and thank you and thank you everybody. Thank you all and we will see you next time on an search out the new compassionate mail.

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#1072 I'm Fine With My Nine

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#1072 I'm Fine With My Nine

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He's just always been stressed. It's whole life. He's done well for himself. But he's he's going back and forth between I need to retire. And I need to rent moorland, I need to buy tractor. And I just don't know how to talk to him about it. And he's having some health issues, some hypertension. He said he had an accident last year he has to slow down. But I just don't know how to talk to them. Seventy six why does slow down to Joe Biden's running for president seventy six? I get you. And and the thing is he can still get out. He chose up and does whatever he wants, you know, just for few hours a day. And then you can go home. But. He's he's been having. He said a couple of series on some arteries, he has some heart issues. Couple scares, and and he's supposed to slow down from where he's at and less stress. Until the doctors, and and but mostly doctors, and I look clear what his medical problems are. He had a heart attack coronary disease. He does he smoke had several. No, actually, no, not at all. He he's pretty active for someone his age. But he he he has high blood pressure. That's nothing zero. So forget about that. What else? Okay. He's had several clotting issues. He basically had a heart attack. It's what I said he has hard. He's had a heart attack. You said, no, no, no not that. So we had corn. He has coronary artery disease, and he had a heart attack. Okay. Sorry. Is that true? I believe so you'd better find out more what you're dealing with here because seventy six year old these days can be very active. I mean, he doesn't have to slow down necessarily at all depending on. What is maybe you can go with him to a doctor's visit. More about it. And see what you know what they're actually telling him. Glad that you're so involved seems like shoe are pretty involved. But I that's commendable to me. Oh, absolutely. It's great that he's got you there. And it made probably makes them feel secure too that he can can go to lots of things. You're you're always there ever see the show green acres. Mike. Yeah. Couple times not much. It was kind of funny back in the day. Now. I talked a little more to him. But now Steck shepherd is in a new version. Greenacres OAS is blessed this mess. Yeah. It's Greenacres is green acres was that eighty Albert. Yep. And why am I thinking of another elderly actor when I think of eighty Albert? When the I'm picturing Eddie Albert guy for the family family affair. No, Eddie, Eddie, Albert is green acres, but but there was another the old man from Chico or just the man in Chico. And the man was another Albert. Oh, and I can't. Yes, jackhammer. Yeah. I'm trying to think I have some vague recollection about Eddie Albert like being a World War Two hero. He was a lot of World War Two films. A lot of them. Oh, is that what I'm thinking? Because I also thinking about him you might have something Eric and look at Albert Jack to Jack Albertson, Jack Albertson. Yeah. That's who they'll man from that. Sorry, see very Albert was in World War Two. And what he did. I want to tell us about the factory farming. Yeah. So we were be farm, and then we have a couple thousand acres of crops. I say factory farming. Just because I think that's what you might consider as 'cause we have about twenty two hundred head of feeder cattle on feed, and then I also have ninety cow calf pairs that are like on pasture. They have babies as like my side job. But I I haven't actually listened to you guys that long, but I've heard of a couple of vegans call in and you guys have like mentioned factory farming. So I just thought I'd throw out that perspective, but we're mid west where it's a little different setup than a western yard. We have all Indoor Open air but under rough cattle on the feedlots died. And then we walk through him every day and see him every day, and and health, check them and stuff. I don't I to me. You know, if you put factory or big in front of something it doesn't make it bad in my world. I know we try, and it's I think everybody imagines the huge slaughter houses or the chickens on win a hold up upside down. Yeah. I I think everyone thinks it's one of these things we all agree on which is. Most reasonable people eat chicken and beef, and they eat animals and the animals are slaughtered. And we also gre- that they should have some quality of life or their health for our health for disease and everything like that. And then you make it sort of reasonable. And then it's that it's I feel the same way about hunting. Well, there's a weird side effect of our use of animals for nutrition is these are animals that would not survive without the symbiotic relationship with humans. Right. I mean now we all have made they wouldn't be born. They wouldn't be born. And they wouldn't be one of the quantities that they are here. Yeah. So they away from evolutionary perspective. It's a weird niche that cows and chickens live in that their species thrives in. Well, which is weird. I mean, whenever you really breakdown hunting, and you're like what would happen to the deer population. It'd be eaten by coyotes wolves are whatever like it just. When you take a dive into it, you you realize that I do not I'm not a fan of folks paying fifty grand shoot an elephant in some part of Africa on the other hand. There's even an explanation a positive spin on that as well. Which is that fifty thousand dollars goes toward the conservation. Blah, blah, blah, like most the stuff in life. It's not a bunch of elephant gray area. Here. Did there? Alka like that. So people go I don't like hunting. It's like okay do this. But what are we really talking about? And the answer is I don't like people shooting lions for a trophy. Right. And even if and even there could be positive residual side of act, which is these people are getting more money than they would ever have to dick well and put up a fence, stop, poachers, whatever whatever they find. I'm still I'm not a big fan of that. But you wanna go shoot an elk in eat it, and when a shoot a deer in eat it, or whatever you and your son wanna go out for hunting season at something you and your dad did I got no thoughts about that. And also if I'm going to go the supermarket by steak that's covered cellophane in styrofoam try, then who am I to say anything about you? And what you do. Right. I don't I don't get that. The people have the temerity to speak out. Okay. Eddie, Albert World War. Two info. Oh prior to World War Two and before his film career, Albert toured Mexico is a clown highwire artists. I told you he's a hero. I said I said war here. The now the USO shows are just important part of a war effort, right guys who hit the beach off the Higgins craft Normandy, drew, wait a second. You taught me. Well, so I am. Yes. And you here. That's repeat that sentence will Martin. It's too good prior to World War Two and before his film career Albert had toured Mexico as a clown in high wire artist with the Escalante brother's circus. But secretly worked for US army intelligence photographing German u boats Mexican harbors. Number nineteen forty two enlisted in the United States coast guard and was discharged in forty three to to accept an appointment as a Lieutenant in the US naval reserve he was awarded the bronze star with combat v for his actions during the invasion of tar wanna in November nineteen forty three when as the pilot of a coastguard landing craft he rescued forty seven marines who are stranded off shore and supervised the rescue of thirty others while under heavy enemy machine gunfire. See that now apologize. Oh, I didn't see wrong. A lot of movie I said, I remember him from war two movies. I don't know. They wasn't a war hairdo you diminished. I may have diminished him not. Yes. You did. I. His estate. I apologize to his memory. Yes. And his estate. He's a hero. Guy. Look at a man. Most guys when they go undercover. They don't go in a clown. Outfit. No. They try to land in. We went high wires wire. That's right. They don't have an Oculus back that most guys go deep cover. He went high wire why in the world. How did you get trained in broke walking? I'll walking what I'll bet you. He had some prior show business vaudevillian, whatever experience with that. And then we're sort of recruited based on that. I don't think they went. Let's get a whole bunch of greenhorns here and teach them the surface. After after the stock market crash of twenty nine he was essentially unemployed and took odd jobs, including trap performer insurance salesman and nightclub singer. He's dude that Mr. Mr. Moses Damon in the in the rain acres. There was Mr. Haynes charnel dumpster Haney. Yeah. There's Mr. Mr. Haney, they'd all call him. They say, Mr.. Yeah. God damnit, I'm trying to think of his sidekick. Jabber whatever's name was. Would call him by his name. And we can think of that. Yeah. Let's see ultra put up the years. You're gonna know better than me guessing. He'll be Eddie. Our he'll be the top Mr. Douglas, Mr. Douglas, Douglas, right Wendell, Douglas, Oliver Wendell, Douglas. And a bore Mr. Haiti they also had Gary you can you can look for. But for civil. Pig talk Arnold Arnold, the pick a funny show. But the thing was also it was it was a pioneering show because it they base that a full blown lesbian on that show. Your remember that no Gary is going to have to take a deep dive. Oh, but there were there were the people who remember Eva Gabor. Yes. Wisconsin like trying to remodel the farmhouse was a park a Fifth Avenue matron, right? And she was fish out of water constantly in this is falling apart. They moved into a farmhouse. And she was like hanging chandelier candelabra, and they would always have and there'd be this Hungarian axe group ever. Explain I explained that just kinda screw ball team of painters and sort of handyman like come in and. Grew up member all the wallpaper, humor and everything. And they'd be in there. And it was a guy and his gal. But his gal was like a guy. She was like a Butch. Yeah. Like super Butch. And you know, he called her aunt or something ever names. Like, Edwin everything, maybe I clearly, yeah, lesbian, lesbian. It was a gender bending. I never. I a role before they really had those Greenacres. Yeah. You can look for that Gary. I don't know what you do Creena ker got it. I'm reading an article handy. It was they were pushing the gender envelope long before Chaz bone. I wonder what they're thinking was about it though. You know, what I mean, they clearly weren't. Well, she was under supporting she was like kind of a funny comedian of the day or comedic actress. She I don't know she was a lesbian in real life. But definitely seem to. Lean that seem to lean that way who was based on nothing aerial figure it out Douglas. So. Lisa. Douglas, was miss was said Douglas. 'save mortgage. Gimme second reading this thing. If you have a last name Douglas is probably at probably not the right person. She was an actress that you would have you'd recognize did a lot of stuff Certa hand, the short hair and older younger. Yeah. Kind of medium older and Ralph Munroe. Was the characters name, maybe maybe the wallpaper as saying it was a woman, but it was sort of playing a guy. Maybe it was just screwing around with the casting. I don't know. You got kind of you got to kind of tell me Mary grace Tristan field. Yeah. We'll see Gary Gary look into that. But it was it was weird choice. And it was interesting. And they're always the it was like it was like their husband wife painter wallpaper team or something. And the guy was pretty recognizable to. I can't wait to see the clip I'm dying. Now. I don't know if they're his head Khalip go, Gary if it is Gary we'll find it. Yeah. I mean, you can find the opening degreen acres, but it is weird. Paper team strange kind of way, I think we're in a superior age of television right now. But in a strange kind of way that was sort of a golden age, even though there are dog shit alongside of it. People had to come up with these ideas for the first time, you know, the the idea of of green acres pretty pretty interesting. Yeah. I mean, it's it's. Tale of fish out of water. But other than that. It had a kind of surreal quality to it. Yeah. And like, there'd be those things where you know, Mr. Haney would come up or his side kick, jab or whatever's name was and Arnold. Would the pig? Would like grunt, you know. Jeb would go say. Oh essay disagreed miss Douglas. And he'd go Jeb nobody understands Haney would go. Oh, yeah. You're right. Like, it was like it was this crazy kind of weird acid trip. Right. Eddy Arnold was was on where everyone else was kind of in on in on it talked to pigs. And he was always. Yeah. Always wrong. And they never understood him and didn't appreciate him. And by the way, mitt you know, we're talking to few episodes ago about just that voice. Yes. Mr haney. He was that actor he's a character. Actor did that you know that guy over ever that guy. Oh do member but not the mister Mooney Mr. Haney different different dude to seeing that House, Mr Haney, and the chick the Ralph I guess signs, Mr. heynen and Ralph you'll get voice now. Ralph. How? That's them. Hey. What we smoked Ralph. Woman named Ralph dress like a man. How'd you get it here? Waiting for you in the closet? Ooh. Why don't you go back and win get here? And I was going to ask if you want to go to the carpenters ball, or course, never missed that. Well, never I did miss one. For was it to know. What was? Come to think of I've never been to one. How would you like to go this year? Oh, gee, I I'd like to. But I'm sitting here watching wasn't. It wasn't waiting for Mr. Haney. Mr. Haney voice was the one that's been in all the Disney cartoons. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Tonight or not Shahri night. So she's dressed in sort of remember coveralls and baseball male worker, and her name is Ralph mother that serve a night to get the bent. But she's hot sexually for the other. Yeah. Die hard. All right. Well, either whites gender. It's a it's an early attempted gender bending. Yeah. Gender role. Right. Yeah. I like it. It was entertaining to forgot it being that. That wasn't that entertaining Beiber bay. Just terrible negative EU. Gotta find Mr. Haney talking now. And that's going to bring back memories. You guys who saw like. The the or something like that. Like, the old Disney kind of those kind of movies will recognize that his voice. Yeah. I let me tell you about truecar every car's got a story Donut. This Rod Stewart would say dang in the bumper. I date in vehicle. How about those stories think you can't put a price on those stories you can with truecar find out what you car's worth when it's time to sell it. Or if you want to trade it in just go to truecar and to your plate number in your car. See tells Papa then answer a few questions once you're finished. You get a true cash offer sent to you in minutes. A take it to your local dealer, certified truecard dealer that is and you can cash it out or you can trade it in. So you wouldn't take your car and leave with a check and hopping and Uber you can do that you want to trade it in on a new car. You do that. You went trade in truecar. I mean, a used truecar you can do that new used whatever cash it out. It's true car for better way to sell a trait in your car, check out truecar today. Right. We have our Haney talking. You kids may recognize Mr. Haynes. Tour of sixties television. Uh-huh. Where do you want me to do stuff slot? That he rent. It was ordered by the mongrel brothers. Oh well. Just a minute. Mr. Haney loading that stuff. Like, I said, they ordered what form town San. Now, you tell them Irving that stuff back on the Trump. Sam irving. Those are the two I remember not Ralph. Well, they just call their same. Yeah. Change your name to Ralph and either way inventory, everyone is just a vaudevillian performer, and they did a they made they made their money with a weird voice. Yeah. Or weird affectation 's and we like that and we'd like to. We, you know, drew, I want you to day, I'm digging, dick. We have evolved. As a species when it comes to entertainment a lot. Yes. And we're like, you know, you travel around you go some weird nations. Every see what's on TV. And it's like, oh, that's like us from the fifties. Yeah. But we've evolved past that. And so in the younger part of our evolvement just like when I used to play with my kids, and you know, they lay on the bed. They're like two years old that smell their foot, and stinky and smelly, stinky, they loved it. They laughed every time. It's the same thing over and over and over the laugh. Yeah. 'cause they weren't evolved. And that was kind of us we do like, the whole are all stand up thing was like it doesn't have to call me Ray. And it was never go me. J rey. Jay. But you don't have to call me, Jenny. And it's like, I don't even know what I didn't. Even know what it was. It was just weird affectation Hatter like rhythm in a panir stinky foot figure. But we wouldn't do that anymore because Dave Chapelle. So we're we're done, right. We've moved on. But back in vaudevillian days is someone who made it noise and like did a pattern with repetition. There's a really good film at all standing all. All those. Oh, yes. Now, I haven't that. I bring it up last. Now, I don't think we've talked about. It's really good. It was actually touching. But it was so interesting too. It was about them late in their career and their touring England and there've been some problems and everything fall apart in their film career a little bit about why they had some money problems because they never owned their films all the other comedic actors own their films and just just very interesting to think about that period of history. And you know, how we consume these things and who these actors were the perform them. It's I mean, it's always turn right? There's hardy was a screwball womanizing gambling drinking and STAN was this intellectual from England who wrote wrote everything constantly writing writing writing bits for you know, for them. It is there's always it's always gambling and womanising and whatever drinking and drinking drink goes out say drinking the game. But it it is sort of a classic tale and then shitty business deals with. He was they were in with Hal Roach Roach studios. And then it just it. Did it kind of interesting swipe across Los Angeles. And that history when the predominant technology of the day was film. It's on Netflix says it I'm sure it is you get Amazon prime is, Dan. What's it called standard? All standing all. Did you see it not? But I've heard interviews about in seen clips and oh my God. John Johnson Riley, Steve Coogan. They freaking nail it. I really really think you're watching Oliver hardy. Yeah. Well, it's weird. Because I you know, you have a recollection of them because it was kind of black and white and my dad's favorite thing. So I got a big. Yeah. Was hardy the headache that one. Yeah. And you know, what's crazy, not on Netflix? But can be. Rented Amazon Errol. It's you know, the stair like Silverlake they have those big long. Stairs, those stairs serve like many many films, including laurel and hardy with the piano the piano up the stairs. And it kept going down. The stairs. Yeah. Yeah. They they had had the Hollywood in beechwood canyon. Right. You still have had the stairs. Yeah. Keno. Into the next. Yeah. Civic is one. They did a lot of filming. I'm laughing because it's ninety three percent on rotten tomatoes. Yeah. It's good. And then there's I am db and everything on I'm db is seven point three at doesn't matter. How good it is it it just doesn't matter. It's just seven point three must be some sort of rounding statistical thing I actually had a note to ask Gary. Well, it's weird because you're going rounding, and it's seven point three. But I mean, averaging is something about the people that ring in there. There's some pattern there being emerging. Well, I'm curious in what Dr drew, and Gary who I go to for all my math related issues. I was I'm constantly vexed that like I really I'm one of these people that just goes, I think my favorite Albert Brooks films like defending your life or loss in America's important to seven point four in my world. If you're getting low seven out of ten like, if your kid's brought those grades home, you wouldn't be happy. It doesn't feel better than a fi-. It's a grade of viewers. Not a great of the film, the that way, I'm Brian. But I kind of look at it. And I go why why why is everything a seven point two? Now, I have documentaries and films and there's seven point two there ninety percent of rotten tomatoes with seven some point two. But Gary here's a question that drew just are you just charred? My memory hit me. I was looking at my stand up special nine point, which I'm over the moon about in happy 'cause there's no such thing as a nine. Nine on I'm Devi. And there's no stand up specials that are nine you. Tell me your favorite comedian. I'll give you seven point four. But I kind of looking at how does it work, and I've looking at it was like seventy five percent of the votes are ten seventy five point eight. So almost seventy six percent are ten stars at hand. And then the nine was like, I don't know fifteen percent or something like that eight point three eight point three. So we're at eighty over eighty percent. I mean, the overwhelming majority is seventy five seventy six percent are tens and then it just trickles down to like five stars point. You know? Oh, eight and baba, blah. How do we get down to a nine? Why statistically like it should be nine point four something? It's like that eating of some. Those lower numbers. They dragged down a bit. I know, but they're still not a lot. There's not a lot there. Right. It's like if you there's a way, and again, I don't know anything about statistics. But there's a way that looks at it that goes. Over eighty percent of almost all of it is a ten. So that's where you come into median at the bottom where it's era thematic mean is nine and then the median is ten which means a large majority of the votes are for ten. Okay. Different way to average. I'd put it up on the front page though. I just give it give it the ten not that it's gonna but I'm just saying I don't do it in such a way that just feels like it rounds it rounds at our earth. Matic mean, what do they do for laurel and hardy then or standing to me to mean to? Yeah. It's going to be they're going gonna use the same. Averaging. I'm looking to make sure I'm not selling myself. Remember, the the this is now they're they're using the earth Matic mean we live in a world. Right. But what what is being there's that's who gets the ten now it doesn't. It's nothing gets over gets over an eight in that in that world. It's it's it's a weird interest rhythm. I'm fine with. My nine don't get me wrong. But I just I sit around I picked my favorite movies, and I look up and they're just seven point four every single one. And I never get it. And I don't I don't I don't. I think it's I think it's a rating of how average. Trying to say this way this accurate in other words, skilled viewers will skew I bet one way or another average viewers probably congregate around six or seven. Yeah. Because they're don't have great taste. There's average taste you can kind of. But you could say that kind of for rotten tomatoes or like you can kind of say for every grading system. And it'll be much higher everwhere. I'm just guessing that the kind I'm I'm suggesting that it's it's a rating system that reveals something about the people that do the ratings at IMDB I in Ron tomatoes easier just get over sixty percent. And then it goes into that. Yeah. So I agree. 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ep 81: All those years of watching Hart to Hart are about to pay off

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

48:13 min | 1 year ago

ep 81: All those years of watching Hart to Hart are about to pay off

"This is my boss Taylor self made millionaire. She's quite again. This who she's gorgeous, she's One lady. To Take Care of herself, and by the way my name is Max I. Take Care of both of which. One. It wasn't murder. Thank you Max for that intro. Yes, I am gorgeous. Know How to take care of myself. I also know how to keep up with Laura Light, and Roy cockatoo references on Gilmore girls. Has To do is self made millionaire Taylor. Wow. What an INTRO Thank you so much Max as we have learned from Sunset Boulevard. All butlers are named Max so Yup. Yeah. It was pretty easy to find a you know. A Butler just ran to guy down the street. None his name was Max. It worked out perfectly, and of course he was a butler, because all guys named Max are butlers. Yeah, yeah, he's been taking care of us. You know this whole time that we created this podcast so He's been such a such such a help. You guys can finally meet him. What does that even mean when we met, it was murder like. You know. WHO's to say other than I guess just their hearts were murdered with love. I mean it sounds dramatic to be sure yeah. Well, anyways. No one died when we met thankfully now that we know. Someone died but I. Like people that. That just happens. We didn't do it, we swear. We swear or did we? We'll find out by the end of the episode Oh narrow. Yeah, because in the show you find out everything by the end of the episode. There's no continuing mystery as far as I'm aware. Now not not that I could tell. That's hard to heart, but we're talking Gilmore to Gilmore. First and foremost. Yes! We are specifically talking seen. The episode season for called in the clamor in the clinger. I January twenty seventh, two, thousand four. The IMDB plot summary is lanes. Band gets gig at famous. CBGB's in New York, but it doesn't come without a price. Luke and Laura lie makeup to silence the newly restored bells, but only after lie realizes maybe Luke hasn't moved completely away and Rory Confronts William about their relationship. Remember William. You probably don't. He's the guy who they asked out. He says no in. She thinks there's a terrible rumor going around about her. At that. He started and then he wasn't even talking about her, so didn't know his name was William. Honestly I didn't either so I. Hope that I'm like now that I've said that I'm like cash. Darn it I hope that is the right person, but I'm ninety nine percent. Sure Yeah. I love this Luke and Laura I episode because it is so hilarious when she asked him again, so I thought you moved. I did move I mean he's just so sure. Myself, but it is very clear he he has not moved. I also love this Luke and Laura storyline just because I think the bells are hilarious. How everyone thinks it's GonNa to be so great immediately. They're sick of it. Davy anticipates when the bells are coming in is going to cry. I sometimes read the IMDB. Fun Facts or Trivia Section for each episode and I didn't catch us when I watched it, but I guess. As you pass dozes in this episode, it says special earplugs, four forty nine aspirin to fifty nine like. In the window. And then when they didn't notice the earplugs. And I just love when they break in and the pastor catches them, and then he sees what they're gonNA do. He's like carry on. I'll thank goodness. Yeah. Yup. Quality Episode Yeah. So. We gotta talk about a little bit more. Though because there is a conversation that Luke and Laura have as they are breaking into, said Church. Lock the door to a church. They serious. What needs to do suddenly like commit vandalism. Seasick here in the Damn Bells to break the law the week. Over years of watching her harder about to pay off when. You joined the gym. After ahead, worry to. Is the pregnancy weight? Did you grow? Gotten allies fat. Pres to him and other listened lands that solitaire with their frankencense and. Did you think this was. I thought it must have been some sort of like heist duo. Like show. That or movie didn't know. Bad guys like I was picturing more like burglars. I think I thought it was Cagney and Lacey. Not sure if you're familiar, it's a show I've never watched also up until this point I had watched neither show Cagney and Lacey I. Think is to female cops to female detectives, and for some reason like a lady scientist Yes because you need to specify lady scientists, but in my head for some reason heart to heart was the show because the show about two lady. Cops are to lady detectives. And, for some reason, that's what I thought it was. No! Turns out. That's not the case all right. You know ever since I started watching the show. I keep thinking of Duos like I've had butch cassidy and the Sundance kid running through my head. I actually don't even know who they are but I know I've heard that Combo. Meaning like you think of pairs of people, because of because of I have heart running through my brain, so I'm like Bonnie and Clyde and. It in the Sundance kid whoever they are. Side nope I just watched butch cassidy and the Sundance. Kid for the first time a couple of weeks ago. It's great watching. Okay lyric movie. It is Robert Redford Paul Newman they're the to nicest bank robbers. You'll ever meet. Our. West Laurel I maybe could have even used them. Something tells me it's referenced somewhere in Gilmore Girls and we either just decided not to cover it or we haven't gotten to it yet. But I would watch it again to discuss her this podcast because it was a very fun movie. Alright. Canoga. So, but now we've watched heart to heart. It's a show we sure have. And before we talk about the episodes, we watched I. Give a little overview context. This show was on television nineteen, seventy, nine to nineteen eighty-four, it ran a hundred eleven episodes peaking at number fifteen in the ratings and season three so definitely well watched sopa watch in fact that when I asked my mom Stewart Watch heart to heart. E ask every week on Thursday nights. Wow! and. That is a running theme in this show. Our parents can always remember what night of the week they watch. Yeah? My mother also remembered watching. It was did not know the night, so she wasn't a hardcore fan like Starla, but she she knew what it was. It couldn't. Or could. Or is it? Is it not? Created by Sidney Sheldon, who's a novelist, but notably for us. He also created the Patty Duke Show, and I dream of Jeannie both shows. We've touched on at least in this serious. It was nominated for six Emmys, but never won a notably Stephanie powers who plays Jennifer Heart got to nominations Robert Wagner played, Jonathan Hart and Lionel, stander played Max and. You know that's not what I wanNA talk about though. Who Do. I WANNA talk about. All the guest stars. Off and I have to tell you. I'm really sad. I'M GONNA I'm just I'm GonNa, tell you up front. There's no Angela Lansbury. In the show all my goodness. She was never on the show, and I could not find any instance in which the three leads of the show were on murder, she wrote so I, honestly like. I know there's a connection I just couldn't find it. There's always a connection that usually lance. Something must have been happening there where Angela had some beef with Robert Wagner something I know. So I don't know what it is like. If someone can find the connection, things will feel right again. In a universe, I couldn't find it, but here are a few names that you will probably remember or be familiar with that were on heart to heart. At some point. We've got Eva Gabor. Ed Harris Zander Berkeley Cesar Romero Dorthy more. George went from. Cheers nationally would. Of course we'll talk more about her later. William Daniels. Aka Mr Fini tippy. Hedren Adam West June. Allyson Ed Kelly Bishop Aka. Gilmore. So. We watched her episode. Oh I didn't even think to do that. Oh, I can't wait to hear about that. Another guest star I've found, but on the head several TV movies. Oh I was just about to talk with. Oh saw. Maybe you can tell me which one. They were guest aren because they're eight TV, movies and I truly titles worth reading. The Mike is they are this one is secrets of the heart where Marion Ross, the original lower lie guest starred. Oh I love it I. totally missed her when I was looking through guest stars. That's awesome. Let's see the first one is pretty simple. Nineteen ninety-three heart to heart returns. Get it great APP. We get the idea reboot. One thousand, nine, hundred, ninety four. They had three TV. Movies. Home is where the heart is. Crimes of the heart and old friends never die. They didn't try hard enough on now. Now now you could have gotten something nineteen ninety-five. You mentioned secrets of the heart with Marion Ross in here's. I have two favorite titles. In this is the first one. To hearts in three quarter time. I assume it's a music mystery. That's one of my first favorite title. I just love it to hearts in three quarter time in secrets of the heart in nineteen, ninety five. And in Nineteen ninety-six hearts in high season, and my other favorite till death. Do US heart. So Bad Yeah, they love the puns I mean on episode titles like Kelly. Bishop heard title for episode was heart of diamonds. Like they always were putting heart in there as much as they could. They put their heart into this show. SNAP. I love it well. Tell me about that. Kelly Bishop episode because i WanNa know what you watched. All right this was from season three episode thirteen and I will tell you I when I watched the first couple episodes of heart to heart. He was on Amazon. Prime Easy peasy. The next time I went to watch more episodes not on Amazon prime anymore. I don't know. Did I watch before? No I walked after June started so I'm not sure. But either way I was able to find lower quality of the Kelly Bishop episode, and so I was kind of clicking through trying to find her. I just to make sure that gotten the right one. Couldn't find her. Scientist just start watching and I. Heard her voice and I knew it was her. And then I look, and I'm like okay. Yeah, that's Kelly Bishop, but it was her voice where I was like I know who you are, so she played Laura and choose a friend of the hearts Mrs Heart Stole One of her diamond and Emerald Necklaces. Wait. Jennifer stole a necklace from Kelly Bishop Yeah. Because she was hypnotized and guess what I watched a two parter episodes so really two episodes in this episode. In all of them Miss Hart was hypnotized, so I didn't like I'm sure that wasn't the only thing that happened in the show. But from my perspective that is the only thing that happens in the show Mrs. So, she was being told by this like vitamin therapist person like a pill common have. Moss sessions, but actually I'm just hypnotized news and telling you to go still necklaces. Put them in your purse, and I'll grab them out when you come. So less like the SPA. Day Emily Law rely have in more like that part in Harry Potter where Drako bewitched to give evil necklace to Dumbledore. Wow? That was. What they were going for. That, was there compare and contrast. And how did you know I was just watching Harry Potter movies last night? You just? I did not know that at all our however. As you watch them. I re watched. All of them recently Hashtag Quarantine, so maybe just subconsciously as I assume anyone who likes Harry. Potter has watched all the movies in the last two months. Yeah, I've recently got the full. Eight movie set DVD because a friend of mine moved and was like. Hey, everybody wants the stuff because they have the BLU ray and I was like amy sure I will take the complete. Harry Potter Movie Series Of course like. That's something to own next Lord of the ring. Also watched all of those and all the hobbit movies recently I can't believe that I lost. One Lord of the Rings and then I haven't watched the other ones I don't know why. Get on girl, it satisfying. Those are perfect. They are but anyways so. It so! Yeah they figured out Jonathan Hard as you know figures it out and. They, get the the hypnotist. Yeah, pretty simple Kelly probably necklace back. Seems like that would be the fair thing to do yeah. So. Yeah, but a Kelly shop. She just had her. Commanding voices always a love that great to year. Would you watch. I watched a couple episodes in season one and then I kinda like to jump around a little when we do these. TV, shows, because obviously we cannot wrap our arms around an entire series like we can you know watch one movie? So I watched to in season one in one in season five just to get a view of it. That's pretty much the same thing they're off. There's really no difference. Difference from season one to season five other than slight change of hairstyle for Mrs H., so in one. Oh to hit Jennifer. Heart Jonathan Self made millionaire. He goes undercover in finds out some of the people who have been doing manual labor for his company like the company he hired to do it. They treat their employees terrible in this IMDB plot summary. They say Jonathan Breaks up a semi slavery ring. My. That seems a little bold to me. I mean obviously they're treating their workers terribly, but that seems a little like an overstatement. So the manager running it sends Hitman. PRETEND TO BE JENNIFER's cousin in terminate her. Bach- yeah. Basically, it was trying to send him a message. Don't mess with our company will kill your wife. Of course they foil the plot they figure out her cousin wasn't really her cousin. and. My favorite part of that episode is probably that her fate cousin is reporting to a hit. Man Who owns a pet shop so you? We get to see a lot of parents. Fact. I also watched one. Oh three passport to murder in this one. They go on a yacht trip in end up I. Think in Mexico but then one of their friends is blackmailed into running drugs and they're going to try to threaten his family. Of course somehow they end up running after this mob. Who runs the drug chain and of course she? has to like. Jonathan breaks off the back of her heels rips off the bottom of her dress, and like she rips off his leaves like they're ready to run through the desert. My favorite part of that episode, of course all works out. They get the police involved. It's fine then in season five. Hearts come across an accident where a potential Olympic figure skater in her father are seriously injured. Inadvertently they had just witnessed the preparation for an assassination in the shooter had tried to killer so basically. This Ice Skater in her dad were witnesses to people setting up for a murder of a US senator. And they're trying to take them out and I think my favorite part of this episode. Is that self made? Millionaire, Jonathan Heart. is able to provide a prototype of an audio. Device they can put in her ears so they can restore her hearing. Before the big ice skating competition. Yeah and like that's just like he's like. Yeah, I'm a self made millionaire of course I have company working on audio hearing aid technology. You know but to be fair if I were super super superwealthy person. I hope that's how I would be spending my money helping Ya. And by the way like just to as a note with all this. Self made millionaire Jonathan, Hart and Mrs H.. Like, she's a journalist and he is a self made millionaire. But like they just always stumble upon these mysteries. Yes, so it's not like part of his self made millionaire. Empire is, he's a detective. Yes, private I like no, he makes hearing devices and use a slave labor labor, apparently well unintentionally. Down soon as he found out about it. You know he's a good guy. 'cause he cares about the working man and woman, but but they have access to you know jets and things, so they aren't a lot places that. An, things just always happen so yeah. Yeah in the I watched the pilot that was a two parter and in it. A friend of his dies in a car accident where he just is taking a curve and shoe goes off of it goes off the cliff instead of turning with the road. And he's. Jonathan is suspicious of it, and so he infiltrates. The medical clinic like therapy ends up turns out that it is. A health spa a health spa. and. For people to lose weight, but like. Of course all these people look perfectly fine, not that I would ever say to anyone. You should go to the health spa, but like they all looked very fit anyways, but they are at the health spa to lose weight, and so he infiltrates, and of course everyone tells him. Why are you here? You looked so perfect and he's like Oh. Yes, I am, aren't I? And turns out they. I honestly didn't fully understand the motive behind these doctors, but they were hypnotized people to drive off the cliff. What is with all the hypnotism I? Didn't get that any of my episodes. I don't know and even in the season three episode that I watched Jennifer mentions. Oh, I've been hypnotized, but that was a long time ago, so maybe these are the only two times that it happens, but that was what I happen to watch so that. Yeah Because, it's the pilot episode. He and Mrs H. R., the Act like strangers. They can infiltrate this place, and so you don't know that she is actually his wife until she. Like comes onto him and they pretend like they aren't together, and then they finally. Missed, you. So that was kind of cute. How the introduce them as a couple, but? Yeah just more hypnotism. When reading up on this show I saw someone comment that they said. It's like Jennifer Jonathan Hart. Their honeymoon never ended like. This is not the kind of show where you're GonNa Watch. Them have marital troubles. This is just the kind of show where it's like the honeymooners forever except they solve crimes yet. They were very lovey dovey and everything I watched. Granted Jonathan also acts like he's not married at all, because he hits on and flirts with and looks up and down. About every woman he comes into contact with so. Been in my. Nah He seemed very committed in mine. So sounds like there's layers to this shelf. It was certainly. In the pilot his hitting on women than it was an episode three, but even so there's just the whole looks at. The secretary looks at her again and then smiles. Yeah. But it felt very. James Bond esque to me. And, actually the writer they pulled on to write the. Script Tom Mankiewicz Minka Woods Yup. He wrote a bunch of James. Bond films prior to that so. Make! Sense NFL James Bondy. Well, fun fact you know I love this. He's related to Bid Mankiewicz my favorite Turner Classic Movies Host Laudi now what a small world I love this. Funny. Thank you for bringing that to my attention I. Just love to know that any connection to Turner Classic Movies in Angela Lansbury is important to me. Now I like I said Angel Liens Berry was never on this show, but I did see in a people magazine review of their nineteen, Ninety four movie home is where the heart is. They said any resemblance to Jessica. Fletcher's CABOT. Cove is purely intentional, so it sounds like we're trying to pull some vibes from there. And they also compared it to the thin man, which I thought was a great comparison. We talked about that probably back in season one dollars quite a bit ago. I don't remember maybe early. Season two. Yes, husband and wife Salvin crimes together. Will I also found out guess what those connections to the thin man were definitely intentional in the planning and creation of the show. A few other people they courted for roles. They considered Carey Grant for the role of Jonathan Heart. I would've loved that seems like that would have been a bad career. Move for him, but so I'm glad he didn't do it. But I love Carey grant so that would have been great. Also they did ask a natalie wood to play Jennifer heart because she was Robert Wagner's wife. That's maybe not a good idea. Adverts seems well. It sounds like they were even concerned. The audience didn't really WANNA see a husband and wife playing a husband and wife, but she did have a nice cameo in the pilot. Yes she was playing Scarlett O'Hara unlike. At. A weird moment, but Will I also found a fun interview. And I wanted to share it with you. Because it tells you a little bit about how Stephanie Powers. And Robert Wagner met. Dancer I was it plea by? Was A jet and. And we were rehearsing every day like slaves and one day. Suddenly. Jerome Robins wise came onto the and every was the big hush and this. We want to introduce you. And on walks. The two most beautiful people in the world. Real movie stars. Robert Wagner Natalie Wood's while and we were all introduced and one of us. Cat went back and say. Oh My. God all the dances. We were all just overawed. Land where smeeting you went to school I went to ballet school. You did. Chill Saint Shot. Three of them together that is amazing, so his to real-life wives and his TV life. I know what are the odds that that would happen? That's yeah. And, did you the people listening at home? Probably can't tell but. Who was interviewing them. Yeah. Adam Scotney polar. And do we both have a thing? We wanted to share with the other person. I think we both still are paying. For the person. Well we know each other well that shows. Yeah Amy Poehler and Adam Scott recreated the intro four adult swim. And that was amazing. We're GONNA include that video. Tumbler because. Oh, my gosh, that was hilarious. It was a mockumentary, yes, of them, recreating it, and they were at odds, parks and REC off. Yes, it's just so great because you. Know they love each other in real life, but they start acting like they completely hate each other, and then the uses of green screen are just. One more. Why am I sitting? In a car I don't know if I would be sitting on on, my character would sit. Could I stand while driving yeah. The rehearsal process has been hard because we're we're we're doing is. We're just kind of copying. What's already been done and It comes very easily to Adam and. It's a challenge for me because I'm so creative and original and it just it's hard for me to get. There was actually thinking that maybe. Maybe I'm also standing. Is that okay with you? It is it's fine. It's just I don't know like if we were both standing suddenly you. You're right, actually, yeah! No you're. All set where we could do it like in the original where? Both of you sitting in the car? That's yes. That's good. Four. Maybe like. Well then I mean we can't talk about. Robert Wagner without talking about Natalie Wood a little more because this is the duo who natalie wood. Drowned Fell off you know was pushed off fell off a boat and Robert. Wagner was there they have they were married for the second time. which already is so strange, so they both remarried though inbetween got divorced within the same year of each other like within a year apart and then remarried. The same year. That Natalie Wood was the second one to get divorced so once she got divorced. They got remarried so anyways and twenty eighteen. They reopened the case and we're looking into. was there foul play because it's just everyone's word? Who is on the boat against? You know no one's 'cause. Should definitely grounds to for walking was also there. To Stop that Yeah Weird turn of events I know there's a new kind of HBO Documentary Her family put out. And it sounds like it's not the most objective, but it sounds like they are just trying to remember someone in their family. It sounds like for what it is. It's well done. I have not seen it. HBO But yet at Sundance this year and or was selected for. Sundance did something happen. It did happen. That was book were. COVID! Nineteen took over in canceled. Film festivals like South by southwest in Khan and everything else all of them so anyways it was kind of interesting because in the trailer. The daughter who puts it on Gregson Wagner. She says you know we get so focused on my mother's death that we forget about her life, and so you see a lot of images. But I do sit down with my stepfather and we talked about the day that she died so. That is part of it sounds like she is very much. Believes that. Her stepfather did not push her mom off the boat. but anyways it's still a mystery because. There's just nothing to verify. There's no footage and you say. Her body was bruised, but course she fell off a boat like it. There's just no way to to really say. Whether it was murder or accidental so. anyways, but sat other way she was. You know forty or so While in there was just apparently tragedy was ripe on the heart to heart. Set around that time so. Stephanie Powers even though she ended up getting cut from the movie west side story apparently, she was replaced by somebody, so she had done. All this work apparently didn't make the final cut so i. don't know what happened. there. Bet She's pretty open about the fact, obviously that she's not in the movie. Apparently, she did become friends with Natalie. Wood in Wagner in her all got along great. It sounds like. And within two weeks both Stephanie Powers in Robert. Wagner lost their partners. All mind the show, so natalie wood as we all know died, but also William Holden, who Stephanie Power Still says the love of her life. He died within two weeks of that happening She said that you know some people have speculated about whether Robert. Wagner and Stephanie Powers were romantically involved in. They said No. We were too busy working, but that they were really I think it was. They were able to be really supportive of each other. Ask Time because they really did both go through a very similar thing right around the same time. Yeah I mean if they had gotten together soon after that I'm sure that that would have been a big story of they kill their spouses to be together. which also you can also just get divorced. Remind everyone. Don't kill your spouse. But it seems like it would have been pretty clear if they were romantically involved yet by now. Well, as you could probably tell from that interview, she in Robert Wagner still close, and she's good friends with his current wife. Jill Saint John who was also in her dance class growing. And, so I read an interview like a profile with Stephanie powers that came out just a couple months ago, and she said she does not comment about the speculation about Robert Wagner killing Natalie Wood. and. She just says it's a non issue what happened happened in the rehashing of it generally done by people who wished to get some money from it. You know she's not having any of it. Yeah. That would be so hard and light. If if he killed Natalie Wood, that's terrible and. Justice would be good, but also just to always have this like. Moving over you, assuming you know, he's innocent like he has no way to prove that he didn't do it. Because again, there's nothing to prove. He did nothing to prove he didn't so. That would be so hard to have looming over you, but it seems like it's been pretty quiet. Except for one. They reopened it and. Yeah well and if you're someone close to him. Like what do you do like people? I wasn't there also. This is a really close person to me. What do you want me to say yeah? So getting back to other characters on the show like Lionel Stander Max Max. He was also in a series of plays in the early thirties. Including the House beautiful which Dorothy, Parker, famously. Called the play lousy? Like it at all, but Guess. What what he was in a born nineteen thirty seven version, he played an agent. Seen Him in other things or at least one other thing. Yeah, so. She may not have liked those plays, but apparently he was allowed to being her movie. Okay well about fifty five years later I couldn't tell that I had seen this person before. So hopefully you'll excuse me for that. I will I will. But also the show as a whole. Like I mean. We compared it to James Bond and thin man, but. What didn't sit well with me was the structure was not clear, so you have like? I DON NCIS type show where it's kind of. There's a murderer. We gather the facts we talked to people. Go back and forth figure out who's lying and then it solved. We arrest him moving on, or you have monk where you know the whole time. Who did it, but you're watching to see. How will figure it out like Columbo which returned? Yes, so you have that kind of structure, but this heart to heart. It was very loose and. The episodes I watched. You have the mystery. You find out pretty quickly who it is. But there's no slow gathering of information. It's it just kind of drags on for another twenty minutes, and then it all comes together. There's like this big gap where nothing's. They're not like Oh, this and so we connect this dot this dot. It felt very kind of war living our lives don't really know. Oh, we figured it out episode done. And it. It just felt kinda empty. Like what like the middle was? Meaningless. I. See what you're saying. It definitely doesn't follow. A procedure like some procedural do. It's still felt like a procedural a maybe just because I am watching. You and I've talked about this I can't remember if it's been on the show or just in our own lives, because sometimes we talk, and it's not my. A Ha I don't love procedures because I feel like. It's the same thing like time and I understand that some people like they really enjoyed that in sure fine. I just don't love a lot of like lawyer. Doctor Cop shows because to me. Every episode is the same. And the first couple of episodes I watched this I was like Oh. This is pretty cute. I would have totally watch this in the eighties, and then by the third one I was like no I totally know I see where this is, so I see what you're saying that it's not. A clear structure, but to me it almost feels like. I don't know if you're familiar with Agatha Christie, novels or movies as much. I've been getting into the movies kind of recently. I actually today rewatch murder on the Orient Express, the new one that came out a couple of years ago, and I recently watched a couple versions of ten little Indians. There're like a miss marple mysteries. I've watched. This is all in the last few months, not all today obviously. But that it almost reminds me more of that where these. Detectives or people in a murder situation. They're not looking for it like a detective. Just like in a situation where all of a sudden they are next to murder kind of like murder. She wrote where she all of a sudden like wow, someone next me died again and now like weird things, keep happening and like so in the middle like even as I was watching murder in the Orient Express today. He has to go through all these interviews, if people and talking to them about what they were doing the night of the murder, and that kind of thing, and so for a while, it doesn't really feel like anything's happening, because people keep sharing inconsequential details until the end when he. How all those inconsequential details matter. So, I. Don't think Jonathan and Jennifer Hart are as is. I can never say his name, right. We'll say detective Perot. Because he's pulling kind of like a sherlock. Lots of little details together whereas I think they are more. The people who keep showing up to try and Help people is seems more as their mo like. Be there to help you through this like this ice skater. We're GONNA give you hearing aids. We're going to give you training from ice skaters and they just keep happening to run into incidents along the way. Yeah. Well maybe if there was like a b plot going on in between them more, you know something happening just with the characters kind of like grey's anatomy. It's not just about. Curing these patients. It's absolutely about what's happening with the doctor so if there was something else in between. Then, it would be entertaining, but I just felt very. Bored in the middle. I. See what you're saying. Yeah. The momentum is a little weird compared to a lot of. Show. Because normally they're going after, but you're right kind of existing. Do, going about their daily lives and they haven't upon. Murders or other mysteries? I did watch another clip with Stephanie Powers in Robert Wagner. They said you don't really want to be close to us in the show. It's kind of bad you run into US anywhere. Yeah. True. Social talk about how this fits into the World Gilmore Girls. That Do. It. So none none of my episodes did any of the hearts us. Jim Card to Shamir door open. But they were. Clever in how they use their connections or Other opportunities to. Get where they need to go true. Also I'm sure they had an abundance of credit cards as. Millionaires, that's so true well. I also found in this interview with Stephanie. Powers I read. They talked about how she often hit villains with lamps. Or handbags. And, so I think there is a no about how they are very resourceful with the items around them now. Part of this is because she said she often had a microphone in her handbag because that was how they would catch her audio. But then they would often use them as a prop as well and just like miscellaneous objects around there, she said the Queen has a reason for her handbags and I had a reason for mine. Nice. Yes Yeah so I totally see them using. A credit card to open a door I know but I'm ask the episodes I watched I. Don't feel. They definitely did not use a credit card to open a door. I didn't see as much of that. I feel like the things that they were most resourceful about. We're hearing aid technology and hiring Olympic skaters to train Olympic hopeful when her dad, her coach is in the hospital a week before the competition. Ian those are resourceful things if you are a self made millionaire. But, that's not quite the situation is in. Now and in mind Let's see they did crawl through windows. And go into. Places they shouldn't have been. No I! Guess in the Passport Murder Episode I watched. Which is agree EPS- title they do get in in a sticky situation where they are caught with drugs that their friend has been asked to sneak into the country, and of course they're trying to help him and protect his family. Being held hostage back home. So they are not obviously trying to smuggle drugs, but they do end up in prison in. They have to get very creative with how they get out and it involves. This is so. But. It involves them being handcuffed together and she liked tries to like. She starts unbutton Robert Wagner shirt, and they start having like sexy time in jail, so they can distract the guard. WHO's supposed to be watching them? And she comes in, and then they like trap her with their handcuffs in. Get Out of there. The guard come in because she couldn't see them for a moment and wanted to know what was happening in sexy time, she was real interested, okay? I suppose also in that episode. They were willing to adjust their wardrobes. They could run across the Mexican terrain. Tro. Curl Yeah. They're gonNA. Do what needed to be done. To reach their goal, it's true. Even if it involves hitting someone with a lamp over the head Next Day, so I suspect there's probably an episode of heart to heart. Were they? Do use credit cards to sneak in to a building. We find it. An I can totally believe Laurel I would pick up on something like that from that show, yeah. Yeah! Yeah So Taylor Joe. That's our show. Your gorgeous! You know how to Care Yourself. Just self-made Taylor all by yourself. You know if you. Saying, I'm a millionaire, made it so. That'd be great. I'm here for its manifest that for you. I will hire Olympic. Skaters to train. Someone to go to the Olympics. Just with my money -cause. Sounds good? you can find us, so it's a show dot facility show podcast dot com. You can sign it far tiny letter. Lincoln episode description, find us on twitter at so it's a show. Have you watched heart to heart? Is Your heart fully invested in that show or in this podcast? Leave us a review on itunes or wherever you listen. It makes a difference helps. Other people know what to expect, yeah. In for the record I thought like I, said heart to heart cute show. If you like procedural might like this one. It was free and I. D, be TV when I watched. It is on the hallmark. Movies and mysteries channel all the time. And it might be something a little throwback you enjoy. And you don't even have to watch it unjust. Thursday nights. It's true. 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Episode 30; A Conversation on Classics, Classic TV

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Episode 30; A Conversation on Classics, Classic TV

"Mama when our the san me this say sanity get off mar grass friends family and well. That's thanks has probably about it. Nobody else listening. So friends and family. And whoever else perhaps accidentally stumbled upon the podcast. Welcome welcome to this week's episode of the old man's podcast. I am continuing on with the conversation on classics. The topic for this week's episode classic tv done my research ready to talk to you about classic. I did not get a volunteer to weigh in on a discussion by myself. But that's okay. I can talk by myself. Talk to myself. None of that's a problem so coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast classic. Tv the old man's podcast is produced on anchor. And if you haven't heard about anchor let me tell you a little bit about it. It is absolutely the easiest way to make podcast. And it's free anchor has creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts and many more podcast delivery apps. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in just one place. It's easy it's free. It's what you can use to become a podcast or all right here. We go on classic. Tv so i a few ground rules. I guess i have to define what constitutes classic. I'm doing air quotes right now. You can't see that but what makes for classic that's a discussion or an argument. Justin itself we talk about classic tv. One person's classic is another person's garbage. I guess one person's favorite tv show from back when they were a kid may not be a classic because it wasn't that long ago if you're a young person i can't say this if you have an opinion on what is classic. Tv and you didn't volunteer to be in on the discussion. Then you're stupid. Tv show might not get spoke about nowhere. Blame but yourself because you didn't volunteer to be a guest. Do i sound bitter. I am a little better use a volunteer so anyway i'll do this myself. That's no problem. I can handle this. Okay so here's the rules made. It had to be something that i personally and i'm on my own here. So it's all about what i think is classic and it'd be about something that i personally watched either. I run or in syndication. So that's probably pretty much early sixties. On i did as a youngster. Wash nineteen fifty s era. Tv shows that were in syndication. At don't believe syndication was big dan because we'll hector is less. Tv channels so when a lot of room for so even though let's say father knows best as tv. Show that maybe we're all familiar. At least i am with things like the adventures of ozzie and harriet and hazel lows. Were all definitely classics there before my time sir. Like maybe uber classic tv. I am familiar with them. I did not watch. Shinsei can't offer an opinion on yen at ain't volunteer to be on the show and somebody might have known this better than me. They're nice now decided to break it down by john nra instead of decade. So that's kind of how i did it. I focused in on a john. Run started in a and work my way to see for the most part daytime dramas not in here. So if you're a soap opera fan Don't have any classics you. They all are pretty much classics because they are long run things a lot of daytime dramas and get that. And nor did i do. Game shows much to speak of and there are some classic game shows that might be a whole nother topic by itself my Time definition of a classic. If you wanna break it down by time. I delegated to be at least twenty years old running mostly pre two thousand. So there's some shows might have started before two thousand ran. Most of their seasons ran into the two thousand great example. Need that seventy show. That seventies show is definitely slated to be a classic. Tv show but it's not yet started in ninety eight or ninety nine and ran pretty far in two thousand and five thousand five so most of that particular show was not twenty years old or older so doesn't make my classics criteria right. So here we go. Let's start with action. Loved the action so we started with action. Shows as i said. I was kinda working my way through this alphabetic so what we go i the a team of course a team i think probably a family show or may maybe a a kid show but definitely family show but for younger people. I was in college when eighteen. So watch a lot of it. But i am familiar with. It was kind of a cultural phenomenon of time. No way to Not recognize the a team as a classic action show one of the first action shows. I remember the avengers. Goes back to the sixties. I would imagine i'm watching it In syndication as a youngster. But i can definitely member adventures and was british focused on. Who's in sixties and these guys cool look and they dress cool eight talk at cool guns and stuff like that. The avengers would be classic. That man all of us were kids in the sixties can remember the batman action series one. The first dc comic book focused television shows. That's real common now back then. It was groundbreaking. The action was it wasn't near as good as the movies that they make now but for tv show. It was pretty interesting. You all knew who king tut was and all the riddler and all the bad guys. That was something that us. Kids followed so batman. I'm calling it a classic action. Tv show prime time and did really really. Well there's been movies made a sequel movies on it. And that's charlie's angels. Charlie's angels goes down as a crime drama action series it's classic here's one that i remember. Remember the one with the guy walking down the tunnel or the hallway doors are opening and closing get smart get smart was an awesome was funny but action to it. was i. Guess the mid sixty s up to nine hundred seventy so. When i was in my grade school years. I remember watching it. I've i've heard it was a mel brooks. It was funny like that. Kinda goofy. So probably wasn't mel brooks barbara feldon was agent ninety nine and A lot of young boys about my age probably had to perth crush air macgyver. Macgyver is classic. Tv and that's been redone a series. I'm ably at least once. Maybe twice and definitely and some movies. Macgyver goes down as classic tv personally. One of my favorites from the eighties. Miami vice was friday night. I know for sure. It forced me to get video cassette recorder but these cr because the young person. I wasn't going to be home on friday night to watch primetime tv. I would be out somewhere with my friends or hanging out doing student fun. Stop friday night was not a night to be home right. Let i love miami vice. And i didn't want to miss any episodes of that. I'm certain that. I've seen every episode of miami vice through was beginning. So there's this new thing kind of news new tomatoes expensive. I saved up quite a while again. It a vcr hook into your tv and it would set it to record tv and then you can watch it on another day now. That's just normal right. Pdr's back then it was kind of So every night on friday night at whatever time it was probably nine o'clock. I set my vcr to record miami vice. I got home late at night or sometime next day. We watched that episode. And if i forgot the set or I set time wrong or the power went out or something got screwed up. I have to wait until summer to catch it on reruns and i was real meticulous about the following that i here's a classic television show was awesome so awesome. It's been a number of movies since mission. Impossible ran late sixties as well and into the early seventies. And and if i have to tell you about mission possible then you don't know classic. Tv so conversation off. Hawaii five o and other crime drama. And that's been redone on. There's a hawaii five o going on right now. I catch it every once in a while. Td i don't really watch it. Because i don't like reboots watched your original long. Before i watch a reboot of it one of the first police dramas than i personally can remember is hill street blues hillstreet blues. Definitely a classic. Tv show it was in the eighties. Frapp probably pretty much through the eighties. And it and it. Sorta chronicle the lives and professional and personal lives of An unnamed police department in an unnamed city kind of nebulous but it wasn't ncis los angeles. There is no identification of what this precinct was even wear it was. It was very interesting. And i think a lot of kids that are police officers now probably saw that show motivated to try it now. There's some dramas that i know are real popular but didn't make my list as classic tv again. Because i didn't watch. And just because i didn't watch them doesn't mean they don't serve mention another popular in cultural phenomenon. But here's the drama series that i did not include in my classic. Tv hall of fame. But probably some of you. Beverly hills nine o. Two one o. Doogie howser in d. e. r. knots landing l. a. law saint elsewhere in the wonder years those are a lot of tv series through the eighties and nineties poplar. I did not personally watch them So i didn't put him on my list. But here's the dramas. And i do think qualify as classic. Tv up burst dallas. Dallas was pretty cool and they did one of the most interesting audience hooks. Anybody in tv world has ever done i think. And that's the who shot. Jr so at the end of one season. The last episode larry hagman played jr pig. It's kill apparently shot and for the whole off season before the next season started. Everybody was wondering who shot. Jr new is a cultural question. That was out there for everybody to try to figure out who shot jr. And then you find out that the do taking a shower. His brother was i guess and dreamed the whole thing. It never really happened. Which is super weird. There's a drama. That i can remember back when i was a little kid. Maybe some of you can. Slipper flipper was a dolphin companionate. I guess you'd say warden fictional marine preserve and hit. The warden had two young sons and ian. But i remember seeing him but there's all kinds of adventures with flipper and it was a little you think about lassie in lassie. I blew that one. That's next classic but flipper and classic or dramas that involve an animal. So if you don't remember flipper. I'm sure you remember lassie. Flippers dolphin. Version of lassie. And yes he ran for a long time lassie ramp from before i was born in the mid fifties to when i was in junior high in early seventies who is a really long running dramatic series. Everybody knows you hear. The jokes timmy. Fall in the wahl lassie and lassi mark. Oh timmy fell in the low. You know that kind of stuff. Everybody knows lassie. So that is without a doubt maybe the classic classic in drama show that my grandma watch salat. And i did because i was with her and she was watching me and stuff like that Marcus welby m d. I think i was too young. I was probably ten when it came out never really had a lot of interest in the medical drama. That's what it was but it was very interesting for a lot of people who was on. Tv in my house. My parents were probably watching it. My grandma definitely did watch it. Marcus welby m d your classic medical drama one. I did watch in the eighties and early nineties late eighties early nineties and this is another. One like miami vice. I watched every single episode of so into it. Always wondering what dr sam beckett was gonna do next quantum leap. It was an awesome show A unique it was not really time travel and he was time traveling but he was jumping from person to person in canada. Taking their sounds like body snatchers thing. But it wasn't. It's complicated. you're gonna have to watch it. If you don't know what i'm talking about quantum leap a very very interesting saw show. It was the first one Sopranos being the most wanted. I was upset with the ending. It the way it ended was not a conclusion to my tv series. And i don't feel a quantum leap had it. It seemed like he was talking to god at the end and then he was stuck in quantum time or whatever quantum ism would the. I don't know. I guess i just don't understand the Ending the quantum leap some ideas on that one. Shoot me an email. The old man's email at yahoo dot com one word. the old man's email yahu dot com. I would like to know what your thoughts were on. How quantum leap ended was stupid as i think it was. I am last comedy drama. My grandma love this show. Every time i saw. Even when i was in college she would talk to me about episodes of this show. As it was. My life was waiting. I was waiting to see what would happen on the next episode of the show. Not a show at college guy with watch but it was interesting and we'd have conversations about john boy and all the other kids what was going on with the waltons. The walmart was her favourite show and mental a little house on the prairie which is the last of the traumas that i considered classic allows walk very similar and the grandma loved him. A parents probably dead. I what i didn't watch. I did as a youngster because they both started kind of came through. When i was in high school. They're really well done. they're awesome. Tv shows but once you get into college probably hopefully not watching waltzer year. Definitely inertly dude. I hope i wasn't that nerdy all right next genre comedy. These are comedies. The first one's gonna say commies have a lot of drama. I don't know if they're comedies. It would be because you'd laugh but there were dramatic in that they have meaning to them and nothing says comedy drama better than match. Everybody knows mash now adapted from television movie and the movie was in the early seventies in the tv series started. Not long after is no doubt that it was an anti vietnam film. The movie which was based in korea but the message was anti war and the korean war in vietnam war a lot of parallels there. So you definitely get the field. The anti vietnam war but sort of had that aspect to those kind of heavy hitting drama but man it was. It was as funny dramatic where to put it but it goes. I'm gonna stick it in his comedy with drama clip category and it stands by itself. I can't think of another show that deserves to be in both categories comedic and dramatic now thinking about the military setting. That's where my mind went next. Because mash of course was based on the forty seventy seven mobile army surgical hospital and i started thinking. There's all kinds of funny shows back in the sixties. It had a military setting kind of john nra flavor to it. I haven't seen one of those in a long long time note. He makes funny shows about the military anymore. So here's some that stuck out to me. And i'm sure a lot of you. Remember these guys. F troop remembers after this whole area. Now we were watching in syndication after school. I think it's probably started. When i was too young to really watch a lot of tv it was in the mid sixties but where we got home from school we'd always watch f troop and after his great gomer pyle guys remember official name gomer pyle. Usmc that's one stock. You still see some goofy guy you might call romer goers cousins guber either. One of those terms apply for goofy guy. The dow was a funny show based on military and so was the classic. Hogan's heroes which i heard in the eighties and nineties huge germany when it was because it was making fun of nazis and the culture though society in germany time so anti nazi they were really really not gonna win out. They enjoyed it and in the last one of these military comedies mikhail's navy ernest borgnine again. I was a little kid. But i know it came on. Nighttime dad loved. Watch number watching mikhail's navy at the same time. Dad wasn't that we caught it and syndication to be on after school home but those four not comedy tv series. They had a military basis. F troop gomer pyle. Usmc hogan's heroes mikhail's navy. Nobody does anything like those anymore. We don't make fun of the military. Maybe it was pc. Now it's not a good thing to do to joke about the military joke about soldiers and perhaps soup but then we were. Those were good Shows off oil. Those next i went with john real police shows now some dramas would fit in. The police shows like i talked about hill street. Blues was it drama. Was it a cliche. I called in a drama but it had police flavor to it. So i'd delineated a little bit kinda just on my own random thoughts so some of these could be even family shows or comedy shows but because this show is trying to portray whatever drama or comedy it was based in through police work. That's where i went with. It's called the police show like for example. Parni parni miller's a comedy but it's a leash oh now it's kind of a far fetched idea. Got jail cell in the offices were the police are with crazy. Never seen so funny miller. That's a police show. It was a comedy. I didn't put any comedy. Show adam twelve. Who can still here. Twelve net means On radio and i don't know what adam twelve. But i love watching that police show they were in. La in patrol unit. They were. I guess there was a to never heard that one. M awesome awesome. Police show two women police show. You know which. I'm talking about cagney and lacey. That's through the eighties. It ran about seven seasons. I think and it was really good. It showed up these two ladies detectives and they had two very different lives. One was a career minor gal the other one was married and he was a working mother and it really portrayed. The parallel between how to women can be so different yet. Colder workers team so kanye lacy definitely classic one that i loved chips. California highway patrol cool dudes rider. Big all harley. Police motorcycles that was late seventies early eighties. And i love watching chips now. Here's one that goes back to before my time. I just remember as a little kid watching it and sure that i saw it in syndication. It got a movie or to seek world out of it reboots. And that's drag nick. Just the facts. Ma'am who hasn't thought or said that if i said just the facts ma'am i'm talking about dragging classic. Tv show for police All the other cop shows if you will. I put into the drama comedy show. 'burbs now did break down another category for classic. Tv called scifi scifi. talal gory. Because remember. I was doing this in my head. Alphabetic and alf to my hanoi else. That's the sci fi show like a puppet is kinda stupid now that i think about it a little puppet dude and it was all about him and He was an extra terrestrial the acronym alstead for alien life form but he crashed landed and linden garage and was just a regular old family and all the adventures was kinda cool. Similar to that robin williams mork and mindy man was show hall. Larry one of the funniest shows ever put it a comedy. Put it over here in. Sifi is mork. Robin williams character was supposed to be an alien the kind of crashed here. Whatever got stuck in here with mindy who lived in denver colorado so it was how this strange alien person assimilated to american culture. And you don't have to be an alien from another planet. So i think there was some wink and a nod to just people outside of normal everyday american culture. Trying to simulate in how to understand how difficult that is for him. A ruinous show. It only ran for years and last year was a complete disaster. They had more kazaa cross dressing. Denver broncos cheerleader. Maybe really add something going. Just cut that cat loose. Adam tell jokes and be funny and do screwball stopped and it was hilarious and then i don't know what they're trying to do with more. More committee is classic. Comedy sci fi basis in a prime example of what stupid television executives can do to ruin. Something dad wasn't around forever but man got over work too soon because those idiots made it distasteful by the time it was finished similar to the all. These is my favorite martian. Now that was something from the Early sixties and. I watched it as a little kid. But the studio had a Who was a martian and he lived with them and he's antennas with spot out of his head and it was funny watching how he was gonna simulate. It was pretty funny Probably the greatest sifi based classic. Tv show you're buying talk about classic tv. You gotta talk about this one. It only ran for three years. What are you thinking star trek captain. James t kirk and star trackers had so many iterations post series sequels. Whatever you wanna call them movies done about it. Why do better when it ran. I literally ran for years. Check this out. Nineteen sixty six tonight and sixty nine but it was in syndication. It's still is. It's still getting sequels and reboots time. So how does that happen. We missed maybe. That's another one where the television executives really messed up and a really good science fiction based classic television. Show the classen. I did not watch came on a year. I was born. I look this up. Came out in one thousand nine nine. We've done by sixty four around sure. I saw a lot in syndication. It also has had some reboots and movies. Don t know what. I'm talking about twilight zone. Do you'd recognize the song if you heard it. Bribes sterling's twilight zone up like ten years old watching probably watching in syndication. I can go to sleep some nights and a lot of good actors. Haggar starts in the twilight zone. Like thinking about william shatner change t kirk. We just talked about one of his first appearances on. Tv was in twilight zone before they started making star trek. He was a guy in an airplane. That saw gremlin. I dunno window. So there's some twilight some scary now twilight zone. We'll talk about a little bit more. I think he gets credit for sparking a lot of good copy cats so also from the same time period is out of limits. You may remember the outer which was very similar to twilight zone. Scary kind of could be monsters twilight zone with more sifi outer limits boston outer limits. We have monsters and stuff in it but That i think the twilight zone gets credit for sparking interest in these kinds of shows that the outer limits was able to benefit on. I also remember in the seventies a short run super scary. Show someone that dermik avenue blocking them out. Nightstalkers is did was fight monsters later on through the eighties and nineties. We get the x. Files and I think all those shows and to the groundbreaking twilight zone showed the people like this stuff. And so you go all the way up the supernatural nowadays. He shows about monsters scary. Dauphin stuff that we can't explain sci-fi all started with twilight zone. It showed that people have an appetite. Have we'll watch that. And i will. Here's another one. I can remember who remembers this. This we come home and watch it after school. My cousin john's basement was scary. Is all get out is black and white which to make an even scarier about vampires cut remember. This went dark shadows. It was writing. We'd come home from grade school. Go down chance basement and try watching it without getting too scared later on. Maybe ten years ago. I noticed it on like hulu chandler. Something and tried watching an episode of two other. It was so stupid. I couldn't stand watching it but man when i was ten years old twelve years old. It scared the bejesus sodomy. Remember some other after school stuff watching but remember johnny soko. Speed racer goes be raised through goes be raised. You may remember those. Those were great ones for after school. Entertainment and you know what a from game shows. I just wrote down a few km shows because when you were home on a sneer you're sick and you can go to school. What we watch watching in the sixties and seventies. You're probably watching the prices right jeopardy. That's a long running classic game show. I know it's still running back. There have been more episodes before thousand and after family feud hollywood squares. Who wears those are all in my mind. Classic game shows action now. The sitcom sitcoms probably always been there. And i had a hard time deciding. What was the comedy. What was the sitcoms. So sitcom stands for situational comedy. And i just wouldn't thought about all the comedies that i enjoyed just plugged them in here head talked before. So here goes sitcoms alphabetically. Mostly a the addams family and that was a movie. That's made a few movies. Addams family was great. I looked up to felt like ran for a while. And then it only ran two seasons seasons on the addams family. You still remember that song. Don't you the addams family thing. Yeah you would recognize. That was a great one. All in the family on the family ran for about eight or nine years through the seventies. i was in junior high and high school. It was kind of a thing that my dad watched mom. And dad watch it. And i know i sat down and watched it with them was really culturally significant. It pointed out the ugliness that our society can be. That was the goal. He had the altar conservative father or father law to the liberal son-in-law all the conflict going on there and it was a conflictual time in our society and this was one of the shows that poor shine a light on it and eight realize time. I just thought it was funny. It was funny but it also was significant in a cultural sense as well. There was a sequel. Call archie place and i tried watching a little bit. It was kind of gum so all the family classic tv. I think the first sitcom and i couldn't decide if this was going to be a police based drama or police based comedy or drama or comedy added stuck in an here. Sitcom the andy griffith show. You know who he is. You know who've barney fife is these are all terms still work with us and be. Fay said why she looks like you know exactly what i meant. The andy griffith show what a classic sitcom that was all right. How about ellie mae. What does she ran. Longer than. I thought it ran nine years and it was awesome hunting food and up on the ground. Come some bubbling grew. Where they go. Beverly hills beverly hillbillies that's classic. Tv right there. here's what i remember watching. A lot of it was on in the evening and it was great b witched. She twitter knows a little bit and magic happen and in watch this one much. I really enjoyed tom. Hanks in it. I was in college at the time. So i wasn't doing a whole lot of tv. Watching is most college. Kids aren't but when i did catch it i enjoyed it and i think it's where we got our first taste tom. Hanks remember bosom. Buddies was embodies in the early eighties. Really good probably one of the most classics from the seventies. And you say classic. Tv you gotta throw these punch in gave away brady bunch the seventies that's classic tv right there right so if you walk in a room in your name's norm everybody's gonna go nor why. Because of the sitcom cheers it ran eleven seasons and tastic. Everybody loved cheers the super popular. I was a little worried about saying this one. Because i guess he's a bad guy now and we're not supposed to talk about them with road after anyway because he was ill i n this show cosby show. Cosby show was a great sitcom one of the first sitcoms. I remember watching. The dick van. Dyke show mary tyler moore was in that before she started her show she fouled up The mary tyler moore show was also classic situational comedy which he added start on the dick van dyke show. So those are that. I'm gonna throw out the classic sitcoms. Dick van dyke show and the mary. Tyler moore show every kid from the eighties and nineties. Another one iran late seventies to their early to mid eighties. But if you watched it in syndication even up through the nineties you'll know what you've talked about willis. That's what i different strokes. Great show great show. I watched this one a little bit. I wish i'd have watched it more when it was on a did. Didn't i don't know why. But every time i saw it was very entertaining. Everybody loves raymond facts. Life fax alive another spills a spinoff. Different strokes found that out when they did alumina research that's classic. Tv right air and while we're talking about family shows how about family matters as another sitcom from the eighties ran into the nineties but ten year run it was a good one. Alex p keaton. Yes remember him. Yup family ties. Alex p keaton played a conservative kid is probably a college age kid but his parents were except he's all kinds of conflicts in there but they were funny about it now. Spin off from cheers. Did i loved it seattle. You know what. I'm talking about frazier. Dr frazier crane. Move back to seattle washington. His wife was hilarious about this one in the early nineties. This was something that i think may wrap. Poplar was about a rap star. There's the fresh prince of bel air. The fresh prince of bel air introduced a lot of adults to that new kind of music new to them. Anyway of rap urban rap panic get what mainstream una fresh coat prince of bel-air one of the best tv shows good in ninety s and some of the best actors and actresses and emitted that holds up the evidence and the fact that all of these people have continued on their careers very successful after the series was over. You know what. I'm talking about sitting on a couch in a coffee bar. That's right friends. Friends ran for probably ten years. I think yep ten years friends ran for ten years and it was just pretty much friends living in manhattan sitting on a couch to copy bar throughout more to it than that. It was got into lights and sharon a lot of their experiences. They were just really good. Work all of those actors and actresses really good. It's still holds up today Full house goes down a classic situation. Comedy it's gotten itself the sequel or four houses out there now so who who knows what show was Three hour voyage. About dylan's i'll which brings up the ultimate question mark talked about this ginger mary-anne and i've already said it's neither why because it's genie wore on that later gilligan's i'll only ran three years that it uh suk still holds up. It's out ignorant watching on syndication. It's enabling golden girls. Golden girls is really good but don smaller women. They all lived together in florida. That's where retired. Older women love ramp from the mid eighties through the early nineties and it was absolutely hilarious. Bette davis is still with us Good times good. Times remember from the seventies. It was a spin off the all in the family. And it was about george jefferson. He moved on up successful businessman. He moved up to the north side times. Great where would you rather be city but living living screening news. That was great jacob. Oh no was not chazar. Wars eva gabor. Andy albert near chemistry together. It was interesting set to different people trying to make the country in the country wasn't for her. He was going to make it happen. Show there's one. And i watched all through junior high and high school and kinda died out with in college right epi days last sitcom happy days in watch this one probably ever but i know it was classics. I had put it in their head of the class. You tell me. Was that a good one. Research tells me it is one of my favorite shows right now. Is last man standing and tim allen. Who does last man standing had a show before that that was just as good. Maybe better home improvement improvement. Tim allen tool time. Tim worked for benford tools and he was forever destroying stop and looking for more power home. Improvement was great. Okay here's a sitcom before my time. But i know i watch it in syndication and you guys did jackie. Gleason is ralph. Kramden talking about the honeymooners guys. I'm telling you it's ancient from the fifties but if you can catch it on hulu or somewhere in watching episode of the honeymooners you will laugh your tail off. It is still a funny show. it still holds up. Even none of the actors or actresses are left. Alive is ancient carvings on pyramids or something. It really does still hold up. okay. I mentioned her. She was the of the sixties a genie all of us Middle school boys loved i dream of jeannie and never missed an episode. It was the first show. You could see 'em ladies bellybutton. Busa hassle comes along later on. Right daisy duke. See her belly and a lot more. I think i was looking. I love lucy. Was that not the funniest thing situation. Comedy ever ram. Before i was born it was done before i was born and i saw it in syndication. You can still watch now. It's another one of those goals up. You might want to give it a shot. I here's another one from the seventies making our cultural and societal points as well as being funny yeah percents. Jefferson's brain l. up watching it laverne and shirley was a spin off from happy days hotson tots inc out. Two gals worked at the shots. Is aplenty show. Another situation comedy watches youngster. I'm sure i was watching it in syndication. Leave it to beaver can call somebody. Eddie haskell means that show still holds holds up one from the late seventies early eighties. The love boat and dad still has meaning. If you tell somebody you're taking a cruise hope it's love boat that you know what that means. I mentioned The mary tyler moore show already. But that's One with an am so is married with children very dysfunctional family. Al bundy as shows. How larry's bea arthur had a comedy about what it was like in a life of elderly lady. That was hilarious. Baud mall was great. I never missed her. I in syndication kid. A talking horse. Mr ed was great. Mr belvedere watch a lot of mr l. dalvin. Because i was in college. I came out Miss del belvedere. What i did watch was funny. I'd already mentioned addams family. I'm gonna throw out the munsters. Here's one that's recently made. A return did a short little booth of it murphy. Brown sequel. i guess is what it was. That was funny. My three sons. Watch my three sons. That was good court. Everybody's seen that you know who bowlers. I'd couple couple was on when i was in grade school. We watched data lot. Whatever night that was on it was based on the neil simon. Play by the same name. But jack klugman and Tony randall as felix oscar. They had so much chemistry. That show was so funny. The partridge family was show a out a group that really existed purchase family was a musical group that was it was really a thing and this show kind of gave you the inside. It was time when the monkeys were was a tv show. Parks family was the best of all tv shows about the music industry. That i remember. I remember this one when i had to stay home from school and i was sick or something. It was always on in the afternoon. Then in syndication. Petticoat junction. I believe beverly hillbillies sunau connected and petticoat junction. Like cousins. or something. I should probably check in at one. That it blew up recently. Tried to redo it but the keeping it around all through the nineties late eighties into the late nineties. Roseanne she blew up. The connors is now being done and try new roseanne partout to she blew it. Up stand is a connors and forgotten how dark it was roseanne as bring dark to and what it was doing was telling the life of a middle class american family hard. That was yeah. That's kind of dark. Show that i loved through the mid seventies sanford and son fred. That was a great show. I miss that one. Saved by the bell. I never watched it all that much. But i reference it a lot because the just gets a lot of attention a lot of you watch by the bell and you loved it seinfeld is there a more quotable. Tv sitcom consigned fell. Who else pulls out memories from that and just uses some things. Those crazy characters said her funny before that was taxi. taxi was wonderful enjoyed. Taxi on. Three's company if you don't remember that it was a ploy that two gals and a guy. John ritter was the guy if the angled some ways so that they can have all three of them. Share the rent in an apartment now. This was kind of prudish. Back in the seventies. But you weren't going to have the the order of the complex wasn't going allow man live with two women. They weren't married or any women. I guess you can be married at two of them but you get the pit so he was pretending like he was gay so he got the live with two girls wasn't and it was funny how they're always fool in this. This old guy that didn't want a man and two women living together. Three's company webster. I love webster. Because alex karras football player watch that one. If i told you i'll give you i'll give you a on this one. If you can guess it sweat. Hogs danny bob areso. That's right welcome back kotter. Great sitcom ran about four years wings with a sitcom that i watched a lot of the ninety s we needed to and that was a good one and then if i told you around thanksgiving that i swear i thought turkeys could fly. What show would that be w. k. r. p. and cincinnati and. That's it for my sitcoms. That's a lot. I know i went for a while. But the sit-coms. There's so many of them so i save my favorite genre for last the westerns. He knew that was coming right now. One of the more thought about this. And as i did a little research i realized that the western theme is truly classic. That's because they just don't make them anymore. Western started when tv started in the forties featured all the way through the fifties and sixties band the seventies but um western started dying out the seventies a both the large screen and the small screen theaters and on tv. There's been some good movies made since then with the western theme. Not a whole lot of tv shows on regular broadcast tv. Been someone showtime and someone net flicks wor. Tv series is based on a western theme. But i'm network. Tv seen a good western for a very very long time. So here's my truly. Classic westerns a hard category to meet my stringent criteria. Up first. bonanza bonanza fourteen seasons in over four hundred episodes. It's the second longest running western series. But as i sadden not been a whole lot of western. So maybe that's not saying a whole lot. Bonanza was a great one one is king and the class that was the longest running master. Iran twenty seasons is gun. Smoke started before. I was born ran until i was in highschool six hundred thirty five episodes definitely classic with a western thing. Now i pick up a lotta these on the channel or some other channels where you can still watch classic. Tv and this is one that i've watched more recently. Probably than i did. When i was a kid. And that's probably before. I was born and dawn. When i was a little baby but i did see some of it in syndication have gun will travel. That was a good one. And if you can catch it on the grit channel or some channel that plays old tv you might like it to now. The most classic classic of all the westerns and still holds up a number of reboots number of movies. And you know what it is hios silver. that's right the lone ranger that's a classic western classic television. Does anybody know where. Clint eastwood got his start. You know. we're clint eastwood got start. You'll know that it was on a western tv western and it was called and it was great. It started the year. I was born and it was over in one thousand. Nine hundred. seventy five. Didn't run for very long. But i've seen a lot syndication and i love that one. Now the wild wild west which i remember running junior high probably through the seventy s. I didn't look to see athlete. I'm not even sure western. While west a will smith was in a movie that being bombed based on this tv series. That's kind of both sci-fi and while wa the chance of catching on the gra channel or some other old tv channel. Watch an episode of wild. Wild west is pretty good. There's i do that from time to time. Because i love the great channel. And i picked up. There would definitely be a classic. They know about the gutter on this channel. Tales of wells fargo. That's another one. Watch out for if in classic. Tv some interesting oddities. That i didn't know where to put them somewhere to run into those real quick one that i remember watching lousy kid. The main thing. I remember about this one is my lunch. Box in kindergarten is based on this. Tv show was a combat lunch. Monks combat was a tv. Show was running. Then so that would have been in the mid sixties and it's kinda like a brick band brothers you liked that show on. Hbo band of brothers band brothers foulds some paratroopers from d day on through to the end of the war. Well that's kind of what combat was doing. These guys had landed on the beaches. Enormity it kind of picked it up as they were moving through france. You know the time timeframe for from june to win. The war was over. June of nineteen forty four to may nineteen forty five. When the war's over it's not even a year this whole series was based on These guys lives and the conflicts and the things that they faced as soldiers and i really remember combat being interesting and a little kid. I was in another oddity. Alfred hitchcock presents was creepy. Scary stuff. how about this one. If you wanna see how. The world has changed since the seventies get on those tv channels or do some kind of search for this one. The dean martin celebrity roast. It is so on. Pc you you young people. You won't believe what the world used to be like until you watch the dean martin celebrity roast. I still laugh at it but You guys need to see that. Because you'll you'll see it's a history lesson. The dean martin celebrity roast history lesson. Here's another history lesson. If you watch this two years. And i wish somebody would pick this up as a special. I'll give you the name. You tell me the shell jack. Parr johnny j jimmy the tonight show the tonight. Show been running forever jack. Parr had it new york. Johnny took it to l. a. J. kept it in. La jimmy fallon brought back to new york. It's had a lot of incarnations based on who the host was but it's always been the same central theme the opening monologue to guests. Come in super interesting. I love the tonight show. I hope it never goes away. And then i had one. Four category for animated shows category for cartoons. I guess classic cartoons in already mentioned Speed racer. I'd be remiss if i didn't point out that the simpsons and south park both classic. Tv shows the classic cartoons. I don't really watch cartoons. Never seen any of them. I've seen more episodes of speed racer than a half both of those two combined but i have to throw him in there. They deserve it. So there you go. That's my version of tv. You light the way in on the subject. Send me an email at the old man's email y'all dot com all one word no pasta frey. The old man's email yang dot com. I'll read your thoughts and ideas. What you think is classic. Tv on the next episode a little feedback. Well we all know what that means. This episode has come to an end. Help you enjoy it. Look i know it was a lot. There's so much you can talk about when you talk about classic tv. I hope i did this. Subject some justice. Feel like. I took my time. Heck that was about an hour long. Appreciate you're staying with me. Look i want to do something a classic movies so if you feel any interest there you feel like you have any passion on classic movies at all. I'd love to have somebody to share thoughts with hit me with an email at the old man's email at yahoo dot com. All one word. The old man's email yahu dot com looking for partner to talk about classic movies when you volunteer want her. Hey you guys be safe out there. Get off my grass. The kids oh good.

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EPISODE #025: Sequels Suck! Or do they...? Yes, pretty much, but Tom and Manda go all out to find some good ones!

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EPISODE #025: Sequels Suck! Or do they...? Yes, pretty much, but Tom and Manda go all out to find some good ones!

"Are you suggesting that someone is trying to make a real life sequel staff to do that. Sequel suck no please please by definition alone. They're inferior films. Many sequels have surpassed their original name one <music> coming to you from an undisclosed location thousands of fathoms the see this is the deep dive podcast all ahead one third affections hello divers and welcome to yet another episode of the deep dive podcast the only podcast that can be seen with the naked eye from space. You know oh it's true. It's true very true. I gotTA bring this up but you're you seem like you're got some got. Some issues some breathing issues choose today well what happens every every time around this year trees all romantic and like they they love each other throughout the air and that product of that love which is called Paulin is highly congested story to me. Is that a word it should be but I did take some claritin before we're recording this. We're claritin clear talk to your local doctor for a prescription scripture. Now hashtags volunteers please yeah I survived. I'm so dedicated podcasts that I decided that I would be here. Despite you know sounded like a a Yeti. I've never heard of Yeti. Is that what a Yeti would sound like because I I have no idea does it. You know if a Yeti screams in the forest. What does it sound like a Yeti exactly right okay? I can't argue with that. Yeah that's fine. Luckily in the bath is fear though we're protected from all the tree wait what what what would you say the Baathist various bird Brenda. We know a million leagues under the sea floor. You never read the Memos Manda. You never read the the memo's Giacomo. I sent you a memo saying that we're not doing the Baathist fears schtick anymore. We got some feedback saying that it was kind of lame and so we're kind of dropping that whole <music> silly pretense that we are recording from some kind of submersible vehicle under the ocean. Nobody bought it really <hes> and so. We're kind of like not doing that but here's the problem. Here's what I have a problem with is that I send you memo after memo. After memo and you never respond. You didn't come to the deep dive blood drive yet didn't come to the deep dive indoor four k run to raise awareness for AGORAPHOBIA. You didn't income to the deep dive barbecue. We could use your help putting out the fire so please please please please read the memos the memos you mean those cute little origami things you send me. Oh Dear God yes. Yes yes wait a minute. I didn't know how unfold them boy all right. Can't you just text me. What's that Oh okay Berg word? We gotta figure something out but I promise I will lift myself from the sea like the proverbial and Aphrodite. We're not doing okay doing what we are doing. However is introducing ourselves? We are my name. Is Tom. Feeney writer for Wang's Chop Movie magazine available on Amazon Dot Com and with me as always always is the marvelous. It's a me Manda now with an A. It's Amanda Stop doing that. It's it's really tough. It's really tough but I choose to live this and walk this road for the greater good of all Mantas out there yeah yeah you know it's a good thing that you that's not your middle name and your first name is like Agatha. That would be a manda. Oh yeah see that would be kind of awkward to that would be very awkward was born in the eighteen twenties but it twenty could you back oh man so we're doing a special show and they are all specials to me anyway so when I show up there pretty cool well. There's a thing in Hollywood. That's called a sequel <hes> typically speaking a sequel is some sort of mindless cash grab to play off the success of the original and most of the time those sequels those are pretty awful but once in a while occasionally there is a sequel that is just as good as or better than the original it happens it does. It's a rarity but it does happen so that's what we're going to talk about today. We're GONNA talk about sequels qu'ils that were just as good if not better than the original now I have to give a shout out here at the top of the show to listener travis be who suggested the topic for this particular episode so by all means if you don't like blame him oh well thanks travis. Appreciate it absolutely absolutely and keep those ideas coming. We may actually use them so manda in your in your Hayes Oh hayes days. What do you got for us if you can you know so this was a tough episode? I really had a hard time with this because like as you said. Most of these things are kind of garbage garbage. I think back to Austin powers to whatever it's called all despite shocked me. was that the one yeah what else not even mentioned Goldmember oh rest in peace aches Michael Cain still left so whatever anyways I got a couple of for you and I think they're pretty good so I'm glad you mentioned either as good as there's more better because these ones actually were for me Kinda as good as necessarily better but I enjoy them. It's still hard to do right exactly okay. My first one is called the wicker Tree Yup okay. I'm so glad puzzled you because I I feel like I'm the only one had puzzle right. No one has seen this except for me in my friend group but you know what I mean not that you're on my friend never mind so okay all right from two thousand eleven and it is a sequel to nineteen seventy. Three's the wicker man really really liquor. I Love The wicker man great movie right wow fantastic directed by robin hardy who actually he did both a wicker man and this one which is Komo already got a leg up. If the same director is doing the sequel right yeah you would hope so this one I at first was like this is Kinda weird like I've seen the wicker man before just kind of in passing and I thought okay well. I'll give this one I shot and this was a couple of years ago actually right after the hobbit chemo because I was super obsessed with Graham mctavish and I was like I'm going to watch everything his an end bonus he's an outlander or wasn't outlander and I love outlander how much I love outlander TV show. Yes yes bodice-ripper Yep. That's one. That's the one me and Mrs Fini. We're were like <hes> good friends on that level anyways so this one stars Graham mctavish. Abish it also stars guess who Christopher Lee the Christopher Lee yeah as in like Sarma as in Dracula Outdo Goo from Star Wars everything right. I Love Chris released so much did he loves heavy metal. I was just going to say that you know he had a middle man. That guy was just pure genius. You know anyways so let me give you a quick breakdown so for those who haven't seen the wicker man. The premise is a cop. A police officer is sent to Scotland The highlands has gotten the beautiful hills and he has to solve this mystery of like why this woman went missing or did she go missing. Don't exactly so you get the idea that the villagers Kinda know something but they I don't know something that theme that trope carries over into this one so this time we've got a pair of young lovers and they are hardcore for Jesus the call themselves the cowboys for Christ Okay Yup Yup Yup Yup and they decided you know what we're going to be a modern day missionary couple and we're going to go to these places these remote places in preach the word of our Christian God yes as you do as we do so he decided to go to Scotland this remote village edge in very north Scotland and they're going to do that but you know what they're not met right away with what they assumed would be <hes> loving applause or like even just welcome. These villagers are kind of like no. We're not gonNA take your plan. Your pamphlets like it. Just don't even talk to us. They're just passing them by so they're kind of confused. They're like what's going on here for villagers right and so they're kind of had their wits end here. They're they're kind of bummed out so finally someone comes down gives them a lifeline and it's Graham mctavish as Sir McLaughlin Glenn Not Sarah McLaughlin but Sir McLaughlin. He's like a layered and he doesn't do those dog commercial. You know if ever I need a pick me down. That's the one that's the one that's the one but no so he's like hey. I'm a layered which is kind of like King of the Council type deal and I've got some influence with these people once you come to my house and I'll make sure that you know I can get my villagers on board and we'll see where we can do with this. Because you're a cowboy for Christ. We must need that <hes> so they as I guess naive and incidence they are so yes we believe you but there's a twist always twist. Come this weird thing that you didn't notice until really about halfway through the movie there or no kids like there's just no children run around sounds like paradise for some people. Yes <hes> and it's just like the weirdest thing because it's one of those you don't really notice it and I guess as a viewer. You wouldn't actually expect it because you know it's an adult movie the children of the Corn Oh they think about it. Oh okay funny mention them but let's just I don't want to spoil it too much but I will say it's one of those weird things where there's there's a bunch of villagers. There all secluded right there in here. It's kind of like much Lonzo village. They're all secluded in one area. Everyone believes one thing except there's no kids right white because they're infertile. Women are infertile in this place so Graham mctavish is like hey i. I think it's a really good idea to build a nuclear power plant in this remote village of Scotland which then instantly turned women infertile so they need men to come in and procreate with them right aw aww so they capture these really naive silly people who are on their missionaries trip but they don't do the girl right. Just need the dude yeah it it. It gets some little bit bloody although it got some humor to it which I kind of enjoyed I think it's just silly but I would say that it is a good sequel to the wicker man Mugabe <hes> especially since it came out like a good thirty years later maybe even forty years later so yeah I don't want it but it it gets a little buddy which is not usually my deal but this was really good to the scores or Yes yes I._M._D._b.. Gives three point nine out of ten which okay fair enough metacritic and rotten tomatoes didn't actually have ratings on it. I'm going to give it a five point five okay. That's you know middle ground middle ground. I liked to cast Christopher. Lee is awesome. Graham mctavish is awesome plus. I like Scotland lose about Scotland <hes> but I think it's worth watching I really do because it's one of those things where like you know there are places in the world that haven't been discovered that haven't been like widely reported on or whatnot and so you think this is in Scotland a first world country right. Let's say but they still have these remote places well according to movie remote places that people <hes> you know they're all in about themselves. It's kind of one of those things where like if you sneeze or neighbor knows about it. Yes yeah one of those things so it's interesting a little bit kinda creepy. I enjoyed it. <hes> let's see you can rent it out on youtube and Google for one ninety nine which seems to be standard <hes> you and also by on the playstation store for nine uh-huh guess what red box are now jumping into the streaming game rule. That's still exist yeah so instead of going to the actual giant red box. You can go to red box dot com sign up for an account you can rent and buy directly from their platform. See I think red box needs to get the word out about this even more so they should really sponsor our show absolute so that we can tell more people about the great offerings at Red Box dot dot com. That's right. That's for three nine nine. You can buy on red box but I've browsed <hes> their catalog. They have quite a bit of cool current stuff which makes sense right because the red box that you know down the road they have more current movies <hes> but unlike say Netflix and Hulu have a rotation of sort of older and newer stuff. This seems to be quite more current so Kudos to red box. I'm excited to see what they have in the future but that's why I back after monstrous Hashtag. Please very nice. They give you hadn't seen before yeah. I had not seen that before my goal now good luck so typically seeking you know I tend to I tend to lean being a little bit more towards the darker stuff. Maybe the more weird unusual no strange sort of offerings but we sacrifice that goat you know okay okay so I sacrificed goat every once in a while and all of a sudden I'm labeled the goat killer. Yeah come maples hurt people. Do they really do it. Hurts my heart in any event uneven. I'm going in a different direction with this first pick. I'm kind of nervous. When it comes to sort of Disney animated films right you can really simplify the history of Disney animated animated films <hes> into bring up to Maine Eras Pre Little Mermaid and Post Little Mermaid? I would say that's accurate now post little mermaid films. There's actually a term for that sort of ten years <hes>. Of films that included Lion King beauty and the Beast Aladdin and all that it's called the Disney Renaissance Okay and that is when sort of their animated output really <hes> really came of age and was raised the bar significantly for animated features they really on a roll during that sort of ten year period yep absolutely so my pick is actually one of those films released during that period but one that gets very little attention relatively speaking it was the first animated film that was released after the Little Mermaid Disney and I am referring to the rescuers down under Walt Disney pictures presents thaw hi fi hud stopping roller coaster ride. We lose anyone back Eric. It's all the new it's the rescuers down under rated G.. Yes yes this is a great movie released a year after Nineteen Ninety and is actually considered part of the Disney renaissance. I did not know yeah and it was it was a sequel to the original rescuers which was released thirteen years earlier nineteen seventy seven and it. It's kind of an interesting thing because this movie the rescuers down under was unlike the original this was not a musical right. It was a much more straightforward action adventure comedy kind movie right and they managed to get most of the original cast back into this moving <hes> Bob Newhart Eva Gabor that was her last film by the way <hes> so there was some newcomers as well. <hes> there was in the original rescuers a a character named Orville who was an albatross and the actor the voice actor that played that character had passed away so the introduced his brother Wilbert at Orville Wilbur Albatross Yep that was played by John Candy was really funny funny in this role and then they also got to play the villainous poacher <hes> Percival Mick Leech was George C Scott from patent Ling really like down and dirty the heavy duty actor like rain and they got him to be the villain and he was great in this movie so the whole film takes place pretty much in the Australian outback. There's a young boy named cody and he finds and rescues a rare Golden Eagle ooh and but this poor guy wants that eagle he's actually already <hes> killed its mate and his after the gold trying to find it so he knows that the boy knows where the Eagle Eagle is so he kidnaps the boys going to try to force him to show him where the Eagle is. Luckily one little tiny little field mouse witnesses the whole thing and contacts yes us the rescue aid society which consists pretty much of Bernard and Miss Bianca who are Bob Newhart a bore so they travel to the outback not the steakhouse you blooming onion to help young cody find and rescue the Golden Eagle again so they rescue cody they rescued the Golden Eagle are going after them and this is a really great adventure movie yeah it's it's on track all great soundtrack. It's amazing and it was <hes> it was it was quite a bit different in tone than the original rescuers which is amazing. I it it I'd love to hear and I haven't been able to find much about this. How this film was developed because thirteen years years after the original rescuers and this was the first film they decided to do after the Little Mermaid so they you know this was Kinda? SORTA stuck in the middle just after the success of Little Mermaid they had already been working on this movie and they released it problem was is that kind of got lost. They released the film <hes> the first weekend. It didn't perform well. <hes> and the head of Disney at the time was just like you know what we're going to cut our losses and they basically took it out out removed all advertising and just basically let the film Di- Straight V._H._S. kind of yeah so they didn't you know they didn't really do much with it. Even though it got fairly good notices <hes> good reviews so it's been sadly lost in the shuffle ever since but it's definitely worth a look and it has some interesting pedigree to and as far as <hes> film history goes Um so if you are any kind of serious film buff there is kind of a a Bible called the Halloween Film Guide to British publication and it it goes goes into incredible detail about film and film history taking Almac it is kind of an ALMANAC I it's chock full of really great information and one of the things that it talks about is the rescuers down under because it has a important place in film history. It is the first motion picture to not use one frame of film. It was entirely done digitally the first film ever done digitally wow so instead of an in previous films and animation of course you would have the backgrounds drawn draw the characters on the cells but the sales on the backgrounds of flip on you know you take a shot go to the next cell. Take another picture and put them all together to make animation <hes> but for the rescuers down under for the first time all the backgrounds and the character animation were scanned into computers wow and it was done that way and it was the first film ever in motion picture history to not use one camera or one frame of film why in the making of it so that was a really really cool. That's yeah it's a really cool sort of stepping stone in film history. It's it's it's kind of amazing. They used <hes> some also some new computer animation techniques that had never been done before were so if you look at some of the some of the animation like <hes> when they have this caravan trucks those are all sort of computer assisted animation a kind of a precursor to the scene and the Lion King <hes> you know with that stampede those were mostly computer `puter generated Oh wow yeah and so this was a really groundbreaking film in technical aspect so I thought that was really fascinating yeah. When I was doing some research about the so <hes> I like that a lot and that was also the first Disney animated movie since Bambi to feature an environmentally conscious theme like the destruction of the outback and poaching Yep so it and a lot of ways is a really important film and it's kind of sad that it's gotten lost in the shuffle with side of the the the big hitters? There's big heavy hitters of that era of Disney animation yeah so it's absolutely worth a look and if you choose to do that well we're going to talk about the scores I we're GONNA go to Internet movie database which gives us a six point nine out ten okay and a respectable sixty nine percent on rotten tomatoes now. If you want to see this it's available to rent for two dollars and ninety nine cents pretty much everywhere. You Got Youtube. Amazon prime. I tunes is Google play and Voodoo so it's readily available. If you feel like <hes> watching piece of Disney history and a really enjoyable kind of action film that's good for the whole family the rescuers down under a highly recommended God. That's awesome yeah. I'm really excited because it's not often that you choose a <hes> well one at triple F. family friendly flick exactly but it's also <hes> I like the fact that you brought it up because of its technical. <hes> sort of groundbreaking F that's really awesome because you know most people would just assume that it's a the cartoon as it were for Disney is like a hand-drawn type thing like that's what they're known for but that's incredible funny enough. Golden of an eagle actually isn't <hes> found anywhere in Australia but I mean whatever nobile but you just ruined it for me. I'm well. I'm sorry we're competing told me all right. Let's cut this John. We stopped tape tape involved man. We're so groundbreaking break. This is the first podcast to be done entirely digitally not not at all. Oh Man I got a second pick yeah. Oh man this one. I got to tell you I picked it because it's one of my favorites because it's so stupid funny gay. I'm dying here this so this one right is the sequel called Gremlins to the new batch love this movie really glad you picked. This is just nonstop laugh so funny all gags and I think that's the reason why it's like great as a sequel in terms of story. Maybe not but like just <hes> so I was really dark. It was right yeah. Yes it was because it was you know they were cute but they were also really scary and creepy and like they were killing people a yeah exactly I mean Gizmo always has a special place in my heart but you know once they became McGuire than they turned into gremlins food. Remember the first one one. You can't get them wet but you didn't listen to don't let them get exposed to bright light especially sunlight. We made it very clear three but you got confused I all right. Let's go over everything again all right. We warned you if these things get out of the building and that is it for New York. We've just got some albums. They say this is the city that never sleeps it. It has gremlins to the new batch. Check it out one time won't you Joe Dante tape returns again as the director for this one. Honestly it's probably almost the entire the same cast with the exception of a very very great and amazing edition Christopher Lee Christopher Lee. He's everywhere you WanNa be everywhere her and the Funny Story <hes> when I was picking these I was like I'm noticing a trend here <hes> but I decided that I didn't need to wear a wig. <hes> is May to represent my love of Christopher Lee. I figured you know just me is good enough. That's not a wig. Oh okay never mind all right <hes> anyways so this one we know what happened the last one right so gizmos return to Mister Wing <hes> his owner for lack of a better phrase and billy goes on happily ever after we think well. Let's fast forward a few years later and Mr Ringer sadly passed away so people now know about gremlins. They know about Magas. They know about Gizmo right because they're like well. We can't really escape what happened. You know you can't just kind of brush under the rug so gizmo. Unfortunately it becomes like a the test experiment. Mainly people are running tests on them. They want to figure out what the heck is. You know what kind of powers he has what's going on. What is this thing right so sad so he's in the giants <hes> sort of metropolis building like Hira Hi Ski <hes> What do you call them? Skyscraper Day you go that's the one and he's in there and <hes> as fate would have it billy who is now adult and he's working in the financial sector is in the same building so can winky winging right and as it turns out things get a little bit funky as you would expect right Somehow Gizmo escapes somehow and some water you know kind of drops on them and then these forward little Mug wise come out but you know unlike it gives my they're. They're just I mean yeah so they just they trap Gizmo in event in there just like goodbye and then you know what they do they take midnight stroll and they go to the cafeteria and absent food and then you know what happens Yep Gremlins Gremlins we we got a female grandma and this one yes she's. She's not nice but also we have one called Mohawk who fun fact is literally voiced by the same after who did stripe in the first gremlins movie and he's kind of like a I would say a direct don't just send it might be weird way to put it but he's literally <hes> the stripe of this movie yeah so he's in charge. He's a not a nice little guy and throughout the film billy has to kind of reconnect I suppose with his <hes> childhood friend and has to rescue him and they go on these like they have the trap the other gremlins right but now as it would as you would have it with a science flick there are other factors so there are serums in place and there are like toxic tubes at these gremlins get a hold of and they <hes> they become. Let's say for example immune to sunlight. That's not good. One of them takes a serum and becomes at this giant half spider Gremlin that was freaky. That was creepy. I re watched this two days ago and I was like Ooh even in my thirties that scares me so yeah Oh and one of them is like an electrical outlet almost which funny enough because of that one he is sort of the doom of all the other gremlins but really this is just filled with gags every other scene. I swear there's some like the breaking the fourth wall. I think they call it. It's so funny Oh man so. I think what really holds this white holds. A special place in my heart is because I like the fact that the original cast her back and I like that Gizmo is still will still like this like protagonist who's just so sweet so awesome amazing so cute. I love because my thing I said before an episode that I would just love a Mog why if they were if they were of a thing too much work yeah fair enough <hes> okay so to the scores I._M._D._b.. Gives it a six point. Four out of ten rotten tomatoes gives it a sixty nine percent but that are there are a lot of reviews. We're talking in the many many thousands thousands <hes>. I'm giving it a point five ten because it's just one of my favorite ever and I love Gizmo and I love the gags. Where can you watch gremlins to the new batch? You can watch on Youtube for three dollars and ninety nine cents or you can get on Amazon prime time for three ninety nine. It's also free right as of this recording on the pop corn flakes application <hes> there are some ads of course but it's free job checking out a love that movie so <music> out something about that movie. That's very very interesting that I don't know if a lot of people are aware of so in the theatrical release there is a scene where <hes> the gremlins gain control over a the movie for a little period of time and they play their own movie during during the actual movie and it looks like a broken real follow by the Gremlins or messing around. They're putting in their own movie Hulk Hogan. He looks like he's sitting in the audience and convinces the Gremlins to continue the actual movie and all that stuff so that's Kinda cool but here's the interesting part when the movie was released on V._H._S.. They realize the filmmaker Joe Dante said you know this gag is not going to work on V._H._S. because it's not a film. I'm real right so they shot an alternate version for the V._H._S.. Release so it's an entirely is an entirely different <hes> different things so it's pretty cool and so the V._H._S. version has eh messed up tapes instead of film reels right right so that's really that that that shows me that they were really paying attention that they really wanted to do something cool for the home video release yeah and if you get the D._v._d.. You actually actually get the theatrical version but as an Easter egg on the D._v._d.. You Can Watch V._H._S. version O. Class well. That's also I love that I love those little neat little touches that sometimes the filmmakers will put in there and I just thought that was a great sort of thing to do right for the take care exactly they care about the audience exactly. I just thought that was really cool which I if there's some movie had some weird points I can forgive that if the director quite clearly as a fan himself but I had this thought when you were talking about them making their own movies you've of course watched the minion movies right yeah yeah. I mean they're adorable. I like they're funny. Whatever I'm just now realizing that they must inspiration from the gremlins not surprised because of the language and the way they look oh funny connection together but anyways one of my favorite movies ever ever ever and I would argue that it's on par with the original yeah it's totally different tone it totally is but as far as being its own movie and being a great movie in its own right yet fantastic agree yeah all right now for my second pick a as I said before I tend sometimes to go for the darker weirder more obscure stranger kind of picks mix and with my second pick? I'm not going to disappoint ooh. My second pig is if you're a horror movie Fan You you've seen this movie you know this movie you may know it backwards and forwards but I'm talking about evil dead two dead by dawn for years ago in this client forest in this cozy cabin something happened something so frightening something so deadly we prayed it would never happen again now from the creation of Keevil evil dead two dead by dawn now playing the theater. Do you consult local listings. This is a remarkable achievement to me. In filmmaking yeah directed by Sam Ramey who of course has had a incredible career. He directed the all the first three Spiderman movies directed dark man which is one of my favorites <hes> he went back to his horror roots for drag me to hell which was yeah I was pretty intense movie but he has done quite a bit. He's had quite a career <hes> but he got started in his career. Doing a sort of a no budget grind -I dirty gritty horror movie called the evil dead which was <hes> you know I think shot on sixteen millimeter film Tom and was known for being incredibly inventive with its low low budget and after that he got a few other kind of gigs that never really panned out and so he thought the best way to kind of get back on the horse was to direct a sequel which everybody had the studios that the distributors wanted a sequel to the to the evil dead <hes> home-video did really well in home video so that was the only thing he could get money for <hes> to make a sequel to so he decided to just basically go absolutely insane with the sequel. Now it's technically it is technically a sequel that has to after the name name but really it's more of a remake okay <hes> it's almost identical in plot to the first evil dead movie but with better special effects in more of a comedy type sensibility to it in fact <hes> The star of the film Bruce Campbell Bruce Campbell who was amazing. Yes I've met several times have you I have I'll tell that story in a little okay he actually referred it is a sequel equal require like a remake slash sequel require. I see now he <hes> he you know he played the Moron lead more on Ash in this film as in the previous one and <hes> basically basically this is here's the idiot plot for this two young lovers head into the woods to party and an old sinister-looking cabinet so what could go wrong they find a mysterious book that seems written in human blood and bound in human flesh. ooh Let's open it. Why Not Hocus pocus? There's a tape recording of ancient incantations that can awaken evil spirits. Let's play it right. Hey what what could go wrong. Well everything so when you wind up with is one of the the most icky gooey gory messy fast crazy funny horror movies ever made there's two legal dead to this is in tents but it's also incredibly ably funny. It is basically if somebody took a slasher movie and blended it with the three stooges their actual sight gags actual sight gags in this movie and like puns visual puns like you wouldn't believe leave there is a scene where he is forced to use a chainsaw to cut off his own hand of the company. Oh yes YEP YEP YEP and he basically puts a bucket on top of the hand to keep it from getting away and he holds the bucket down with with some books and the the the book and the top says a farewell to arms <hes> so there's lots of like weird visual puns that are really really funny and Kinda Corny which is what they were kind of going for so that's and there's a reason that I hold this film in such high esteem aside from the fact that it's really good right. One of the reasons is that this film pretty much opened my eyes to the world of independent filmmaking so when I was in college this was nineteen eighties nineteen forty so when I was in college <hes> myself and a couple of friends we were going to go to the movies and we had a movie in mind I think it was I don't remember exactly I think it was that awful. <hes> Christopher Lloyd comedy walk like a man or something. I don't know <hes> but I was there. My friends arrived too late for with that movie so we were like okay what's left and the only showing left that night was able to do all right so we're like okay. We're here is probably stupid. Maybe we'll have a few laughs or whatever it'll be awful so we buy our tickets and we go in and we have the the ride of our lives right. We had no idea what to expect and we're just like our mouser on the floor like what is going on here and it was the most insane hour and a half we've ever spent and after this who who made how did this get made who put money for this. This is unreal. How could this happen and so you know I went in and started doing some research on I started looking at and I found this? It opened up so many doors for me in terms of film <hes> filmmaking L. Making independent film things like that that and that that love has never gone away so I've always been you know that kind of person that likes the kind of weird fringe stuff and that's what really got me started on that so evil dead two very special to me. Me As a mummy and then later on years later <hes> I got to hang out with Bruce Bruce Campbell on a couple of occasions who <hes> one was at a party for the <hes> home video company Anchor Her bay. They were doing some home video releases <hes> and he was <hes> he was at the Party so I got to talk to him for a while there and then I met him at a book signing <hes> a few years later and then I remember you know he didn't. I'm not surprised I'm not very memorable. Hey and they also met him at a convention where he signed a copy of a magazine that he was on the cover of for me. Oh cool what co- <hes> it was <hes> a a magazine called Senate fantastique or synod fantastic. Oh Yeah I've seen that and yeah so it was a it was an evil dead cover and he signed it and so it was really cool. You know he's an interesting guy so oh movie that means a lot to me personally but enough about that. Let's get to the scores. Shall we shall so this one gets a seven point eight out of ten on the Internet movie database and a whopping ninety eight percent on rotten tomatoes ninety eight percent. Wow that's impressive to mets impressive. It is free right now as of this recording on to be and Voodoo which I never thought it'd be saying those words out loud to be Budo to be in Voodoo sounds like a weird comedy team like Nairobi the comedy team of to be Voodoo right yeah and it's available for rental at three dollars and ninety nine cents on Youtube itunes and this Google play and that is my second pick. That was a fantastic thank you because I felt I felt the enthusiasm for you. If you know that you had and I like one of those things where like you always remember certain things that stick in your brain <hes> that are important memories moments in time when I got my first Tattoo when I bought my first car when you start yielded to yes you know what I mean. That's pretty awesome yeah so I'm instagram live right now. Oh you are ams that while you're holding your phone hello so we have exactly one viewer great high one viewer. It's Paloma High Paloma Paloma or no just I just want to say thank you so much for your continued support absolutely <hes> she is a big horror fans like she loves evil dead. We gotta get wherever we gotta get her into the show here. We got absolutely going to do that. We're going to do guests absolutely so yeah. Good Times not bad anyways. We're GONNA end this livestream right now but it was a good one bye bye okay so that's going to go up very shortly on our instagram which by by the way I would like to mention that we have one on instagram. We do yeah we do so we are at the deep dive podcast on instagram. If you WANNA find other links for our social media's for email account for our website just go ahead numbers Yup not mine his office the deep dive podcast Dot pod being dot com so upset you have all the information there and we'll also have links and more info for everything that we talked about in this show. Also I got some fantastic news. I don't know if you know what I don't think you know but I want to bring this fantastic news to you. Yes we recently as of this podcast. We have over a thousand downloads. Hey that's pretty spiffing one thousand. I mean all joking aside site. That's amazing that is amazing. I mean we're an episode what twenty two twenty three twenty two I think officially because remember our first episode is deceased. Yeah you delete. That's why if you ever notice we don't have an episode one available. You know why because it's what you live and you learn Ryan yes in you. Also don't take advice from people the red it's not always the best place kid face right. It sounded like it was recorded in the Cave of bees yeah beezer friendly be we love bees but we didn't like those bs no but one thousand downloads over one thousand dollars credible so I mean thank you to every single person who is download under our show who's listening to it who said feedback comments on our instagram. <hes> you know this is obviously for fun means so much to us that people really does so. I just WanNa say thank you to every single person out there. When I say hi to my my husband Wayne and we'll see how to Ian Sarah and I was somebody supposed to mention Oh yes dave Dave at work? Dave and that's N.. Like Nancy not M. as in Mary Dave Hive and of course <hes> also I would like to you say thank you to Ryan Kennedy another one of our <hes> a lot of our listeners who has provided us some good feedback Ryan's awesome yeah. I can always go to Ryan for like a sensible like check like hey man. I think I'm a little bit out of my head on this one. It'll be like yeah yeah you are yeah. That's important have someone that will tell you that. I literally have no one to tell me that that's why I'm just kidding yeah does yet does Ryan is a huge history buff too so maybe if he is so inclined he might be able to help us future episode very possible. You know we are always looking for a technical advisors. <hes> just you know there is no pay involved with this. Yeah yeah which is probably why we don't have any we also <hes> lost our producer in the dog. Yeah yeah wait a minute. 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Gone with the Wind with Joyelle Johnson - 627

The Dork Forest

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Gone with the Wind with Joyelle Johnson - 627

"Welcome to the Dork Forest, Jack Smiles whenever Boris Shameless confessions about our obsession with sponge laugh and smile. So, let's explore the Dork forest and dorm down for hi. It's Jackie kashian. And you took a listening to the Dork Forest the websites. Jackie kashian, for the Dork Forest, if you like a determiner, let's do the credits. Patrick Brady's, going to fix this audio and video film else works on Jackie kashian, and my krickeberg sang, the song with his wife, Sarah, he composed it and he will sing his version of the Mexican hat dance at the end of this show. Thank you so much for listening to the Dark Forest. Here's the Scoop I'm doing stand-up online. A lot of Zoom shows, will eventually go back on the road. Sign up for my email list. It's easy to get off, it's harder to get on than it is to get off. And no harm, no foul if ever bored. Jackie case you sign up for the email list. You'll find out about my weekly, Zoom shows, and stand up on the road. Eventually, you may donate to the show if you would like, I would like, sure. I would there's PayPal. Jackie Jackie case. And there is a PayPal button on both the workforce.com, and Jackie kashian wage, and there's venmo. If you like venmo Jackie - keishin, oddly enough, if you have listened to all of the shows, go to dork Forest. Bandcamp.com, I think the dog has a band camp page. You can listen to a button, a lot of ones that are free from pre 2009. When I started pre-recording and then there's a live episodes across a couple of bucks. So I charge you a couple of bucks. There's also some stand-up. There's a story album, that's very exciting there. And other than that I have a lot of merch in my garage. Feel free to order if you need it. Know anybody who doesn't have any CD's or the DVD and you can follow me everywhere at Jackie kashian. Let's get into the show. Hi, Jackie kashian here. Welcome to my hotel room in Austin, Texas, think about the Dark Forest. Now it's we're doing a more resume. It could happen anywhere. Where are you? Joel Johnson, welcome back to the program. I'm in the opposite of Boston. I'm in black ass Atlanta. I mean, Austin has been colonized by the the oh my God, it's white Comics. Oh my God, it is Factory somebody. Somebody somebody said Laura house, did a guess that last night and I'm at the creek of the cave this weekend, and she came out cuz she moved here like 6 months or so, in the midst of pandemic, and the MC is this young younger woman comic and she goes, I'm so happy to see a woman, Christen here. Thank you so much. And Laura was like, yep. Work and the owner of the creek, and the cave was like, yes. Yes, there is a shadow holding it down for the women holding it down for the ladies home. This is recording, all things are happening. So let's say that we, okay. So what I said, do you want to do the door for us to get your like, yes, I've never done drugs. I've done it before. I thought you did it before. If you haven't done it before, there's another crime against humanity right there, because we've known each other for Lo, these many years I've been doing took Forest. Well, God knows you've you're a dork. Yeah. And you have things to dork out about. So but this one hilariously dead Gone With the Wind. Yeah, man. And it's funny cuz you said book or movie. I didn't do the book. I'm the movie. I'm the love you. Okay. All right. I have never read the book, my stove. Other freaking loved that movie and read the book and I was like, what is it? And it was so long and so dumb. And I was just terrible. Life choice. Valley for both the book and the movie. Cuz here's the thing I tried to read the book and Margaret initial bless her heart. She will describe a field three pages. You know, that found was like 8.5 with no spaces in the middle and I'm like, girl, you're still talking about these trees. I couldn't get through the first chapter, right, right. It's so not as fascinating as she thinks it is. Yeah, that is Unstoppable. Various, you know, a comedian. But I cut the fat girl cut the fat out this. Yeah, yeah, yeah. There is definitely I have to tell you that, what I'm doing the reason I my my thing went away is cuz I wanted to check the volume and I also wanted to put my audacity screen over my face cuz I'm sick of looking at my face on Zoom language. It is. It's so very so talk to me about the when was the first time he saw the movie, God, with the web. So when I was in sixth grade, eleven years old? Yes. My teacher, her name was Ms. Krueger. She was obsessed with the movie and she taught a whole week of English class about Gone With the Wind and birth. You know, when a nerd teaches you something about something, you just makes you like excited about it. So she just taught us for a week and she taught that book. I mean, that movie better than probably any other lesson I might have received in school because it's the one that still resonates with me to this day. That is so funny because you grew up in Atlanta right down there is a girl. I'm a Jersey girl, Jersey, wait a minute, I think I met you and whatever. So, dude in New Jersey. Yeah, if you're where in New Jersey Union, New Jersey went to Union High School also famously Ray Liotta sending you yet High School, Artie Lange, attended Union, High School and Howard, Stern shot, the beginning of primer parts and Union High School. Oh, well, very exciting. I went to college in Madison Wisconsin, where the movie back to school, Dangerfield, switch off. I love facts about things in bags. Okay, so you're eleven years old and you're hearing about. And so then a week she spent a week and then granted the movie is like a three hours long? Not? Yeah. For sure. It's over 3 hours. Run time. How many times have you seen it? I mean, what are we talking? Let's be realistic. If I'm being realistic maybe eighteen to twenty, okay? That seems enough, that seems plugged, you own it on the PS4. Me as gifts. I have a gigantic Gone With the Wind poster in my bathroom and in my living room, like, I've had people come to my house and be like, what? Church more, and more than that. I've Gone With the Wind stuff cuz people give it to me as gifts when they find out, right, right. It's like saying that you like unicorns and then all of a sudden everything's you panic, you things and I don't mind it. Same give birth. Send bombs away and gets right, right. Yeah. By the way, it's at JL de Cole and i c o l e everywhere. And drill Johnson is a great stand-up comic and you should get off her album, yell Joy, get it. Anyway so a little but all the I love how you spelled Necole which everyone knows how to spell and that Julia you say you'll figure it out. Thanks Joel. J o y e. That's how I would spell it Nicole. I don't know why. I might I might spend it. Smell it. Nice, ol, a nice whole life is all right and I see but that's not how you were spelling to call your spelling it and I c o l e s so funny. There's this girl in the cold. Bitching she does a Blog wage. She spelled it that way. I select oh, there you go. Yeah, I have a, a very good friend who spells it nice away. And whenever I talk about her, I say, I refer to her as nice. Oh, I love that song, but I call her Nicole to her face cuz that would be weird. The okay, so I've never seen it, okay? All I know is that is the Carol Burnett sketch of cause and, and then I know that it was Red Butler. And somebody else, we said it, and then, and it was the first black woman to get an Academy Award. Yes, come on face of the Earth. Those are the three facts I know about the, and it was set the Civil War, but it was not particularly historically accurate. I mean, which movies are Glory know, Schindler's List, Works live, other cheerful Tales. Yeah Point Break so long talk to me about the movies. How long is it? What's the, what's the what, what draws you to? I believe it's about 3 inside, 3 hours and 25 minutes. If I, I haven't checked recently bought one time, but as a, as an eleven-year-old, my obsession was with the dresses. So go into my eleven-year-old brain, these women are running around with gigantic cake, like, and my eyes were, like, what we used to dress like that, we don't dress like that anymore. Why do we dress up? Girl, who has dropped the ball? Just think of the amount of fabric was involved. So wait, so that so Scarlet. Yep. Yes, was wearing giant, I do remember there were Hoops obscure. There was herb, scoots and then just Reams and reams of, of brocade, you got the whole Fashion District, wage just inventory. Hi. What arrests? Exactly. Are. They were all. And how many dresses do you think she wears in the in the film? Oh my gosh. I had maybe Thirty Okay, like there's 30 times, she's changed her she's going from. She starts the movie at sixteen years old and by the end of the movie, she's like she might be like 30 early thirties about the end of the month. Be so renting, the progression of a child into adulthood of a rich woman becoming poor and becoming rich again. Like she's so she's going through all of like the poor dress, she wears. She wears that for a very long time. In the movie, they didn't have money. So it was like her sweats or sweatshirt her pandemic, where she had that awful most of the movie dirty. Look at like a flavor was fantastic. What year? What year did this supposedly start? So when like, when she sixteen and what like eighteen fifty? Yeah. Cuz it was right before the Civil War home. I am going to gather. It's about 1855 18:56 and this is without okay. I don't I don't remember, right? And this is all she has him. You guys feel free to email me. Jackie, Jackie. Calm. You know, when I know a fact and I would tell you when I'm making a hypothesis when you were just living in a moment of a moment in the movie so she's sixteen yes in like the maybe the middle fifties love the $2. So it's all her sort of being like the edge of the bowl, I guess. You just super popular. She and we meet her parents. We meet her parents. Her father is an Irish immigrant. Okay? Who came over with them. Money. They have a plantation. Oh, mother is kind of like a, a nurse who goes around to people's houses and like delivers babies or make sure people aren't sick. And she also runs the house, you know? And and then they have obviously an overseer who oversees the slaves shipped to younger sister. She does there's there three kids and girls you know and a bunch of slaves and we got the house negro who is mammy hadn't played by Hattie McDaniel, right? And pork is the butler guy, they pork okay Butler and then we also have pristine who is just. She's like a thirteen years old. Maybe fabulous Butterfly McQueen. Yeah. Just kind of like a PA on a production. Just go get the caffeine pressing. Now. Why why does suck Pork get any sort of Kudos in the, in the annals of History. He was not nominated for any sort of Academy, hork, gets all the Kudos as a character, especially, because it's that whole mentality of the house negro. Like that's something that, you know, critical race Theory and analyzes, and they could have left them obviously, when the Civil War was over, but they stayed with family pork and and Mammy Stacy. Just stay with the family the whole time, right? Right. That sort of, but Stockholm syndrome. Exact kind of kind of this the brainwashed into thinking they? Yeah, yeah. But also at the end of slavery, you know, people don't talk about enough, how a lot of the slaves, like, we're free. But where do we go? We don't seem like I have a Saving, right? Yeah, yeah, exactly. I'm going to still, this is a job and this is a place to lie down indoors and off. Yeah, there's food and shelter here. And yeah, there was no that was that's part of the problem is that there was no cash. So Okay, so we start the movie, they're super-rich. They have all of these this this income and all of these people, when do they become they become poor with them or yes. Yes, everything is taken from them in the war. So, basically, Scarlet, like her whole desire, in the beginning of the movie is Ashley. Ashley page is kind of like he grew up on, you know the other Plantation. Like the neighbor. Yes. The neighbor cat and she's been obsessed with him and now, you know, she's sixteen. It's time to get married, young one actually. And then it was like, you know, the Wilkes always be married and their cousins. So actually supposed to marry his cousin Melanie, and he's actually Clark Gable had known now that Butler's card Clark Gable. Ashley is Brandon, Leslie Howard? Okay. Oh, I've heard of that actor. Yes. Okay, so I'm Leslie. Played a man named Ashley. And so, so she wants Ashley. She was asked, does she get Ashley? So she's the queen. Be this way. Is my favorite character cuz she's an Unapologetic bich for and her like she was born that way, you kind of venture to be like which sign is she's like an Aries or a gemini or something like that. Like she's definitely need a fire energy and so she homes in like almost obsessively. I mean it's like stalker how much she wants this dude. And then you meet his wife was those sweetest thing in the world just Serebii will do anything for anyone. Everyone loves her. No one has anything bad to say about her off. You could fuck are over and she is going to still be like choosing with sweetness to where you're like, are you phony? But you realize it takes the whole move you to be like, no, she really just is a dog. Person. She's just a really nice. And so, Ashley ends up marrying his, his cousins cut out. Yes. And so he does marry his cousin, and she is a good person, she's a great person. And it turns out that Scarlett, O'Hara is not know and what does Scarlett do when she finds out that Ashley and Melanie are getting married off. She marries. Melody is a little brother who was already betrothed to actually little sister so she steals him. Oh, just on a spike. Straight-up spite. Holy, Holy by Rich is the first Real Housewife off. Of course she is my gosh. So okay. So she marries the little brother and and how long are they married before it all goes to hell? Walsh. Starts immediately. So they have this big barbecue and it's like, kind of everyone's last hurrah before the pandemic happen, like everyone thinks back to that. I was on the Joko cruise. And we had like, I took her ah, you know, this was the last hurrah barbecue of the ladies. I mean, the girls would go to the barbecue and they take naps in the middle of the day. And then the men go to mention it. While the girls are taking a nap as well, behaved ladies, take naps at parties, oh my God, where did that go? You could have the dresses. I would like partial Maps here and then they they wake up and have the later night, but yes, so, Divorce starts immediately and husband dies. Oh, you just freaking dies. And the like, the comedy of the movie is they write a letter, he died of like like dysentery or something like that. Just something real like Trail. They were like while he didn't die valiantly in the war. He did die. I guess uniform. He pooped himself. Yeah. And so she's a widow. So, now she's like, a teenager with a okk, like, almost immediately. So it didn't do you think that they did it before? Like, is she not a virgin anymore? Does she get to go out and work? She doesn't seem like the type that would let off a person touched your like a shame feel like it. She seems like, she'd be like whatever get away from me, you know? And Charles even real like ten minutes so you could tell she would have been running off. M, so he dies and when we're talking Widow, looks you say dresses, she's giving Widow looks so many times in this. There's like three widows links and Thursday. Is it just the The Crepe the black crepe tafida. Is it all just all in mourning clothes or is she decided she's in morning in three different part times in the movie she's in the morning and she and the last wedding. The last widow look is my absolute favorite. But yeah, she's in morning like three different times in the movie. Oh, does she remarried? Oh yeah, of course. Oh, I'm sorry. Yeah, oh, that's right. She is the queen bee. She must of course get a second fella who's her second fellow a second fella was. Okay. How do we talk about Frank? So Frank is another, another just like whatever, dude, from where they from, you know, everybody's like, Mary the other rich kids, but frankly, our older dog. Everybody else. So he told do that the club that nobody has married yet so he ain't that cute. But what happens is he goes through the war and starts like an Amazon package type business and then gets Rich. Oh, right? Right. Selling like he's like panning for gold. He's the guy who has the equipment. Yeah. So that's how he makes money off and he makes money and he's also doing Lumber And Lumber in Georgia. Like I'm down here now and the trees in Georgia are like so plentiful. And that's everything was was built. Okay. Well she oh my gosh. Well, we fast-forwarded we didn't go through like the burning of Atlanta or right. Right right. Right because that's her Palm time. Rachel, was she a poor Widow before she meets Frank? Yeah. So what happens is she goes? She gets married. Her husband dies down. Gets her sister-in-law and married to Ashley who's also like the war. So they're like, let's go to Atlanta. You know, so they're at Tara tare as the big house and they were like we're going to go to Atlanta and okay. Mammy was like ain't you ain't got no business going to Atlanta. You just go in there cuz you wait for Ashley to come home from the war is just sitting there waiting like them. Like a spider. You are Spider-Man is my favorite person cuz she always be like just called it. Tell this biatch about herself all the time would be like whatever. I don't care. It's so funny because family it's like no you're horrible and yet I'm still going to hang out and suck. Okay. So you out so if I had, you're going to hear what I have to say. Like she was the first black woman to use her voice, which is funny to me. Oh my God, that's hilarious. So, she goes back to Atlanta, and they're Pittypat's House in Atlanta, so they rich and everything's happening, and that's when they attack Atlanta, okay? And she has to Escape Melanie's pregnant. But she's having a she's having a bad time in the pregnancy and Scarlett tries to get her to deliver the baby. She tries to go get the doctor and this scene is so funny, because everyone's dying. Like there's it's just pandemonium, everyone's dying. The doctors like I haven't seen my family in days, I'm stitching up soldiers, we don't have any more like chloroform, nothing and so Scarlett will call you back to help me deliver the baby anyway. Like a BackBeat? Don't care about the baby is deliver. The baby. What is wrong with you prayed? Oh my God. That's like, I can't. And that's the audacity that she had that. She had the audacity to come get this doctor who is trying to save soldiers lives to come deliver a baby off, right? I don't want to get my hands dirty. If you could come and she's like, babies are born all the time. People, live or die. Good luck. Yeah, she she might have died and he was like, look at all these people dying off. And about she might die. Nobody care and there's the shot they have. Where all of the dead? Soldiers are lying out sag at the time, didn't have enough extras for the scene. Okay, so the producer said he wanted, like, twenty-five hundred extras. And in nineteen thirty-nine sag only was like, we only have 1500. I mean, that I got sixty million bucks at the time, like we only have 1500 so they sent all of their extras to the set and then Selznick bought a bunch of dummies and just lay them into the far shots so they could have found. It's just huge crane shot, that's absolutely beautiful. Starts with scarlet and then it opens up and you see like bodies just no doubts bodies. Wow that's okay, so Whatever to her parents, they had to say they stayed at Tara so they're wherever Tower is like Center young younger sisters. Yes, everyone's back in Terror, okay. She's just with Melanie and the baby's coming. She's with Melanie. She says, Atlanta, the baby's coming. Yeah, and her Melanie and prissy, because I'm pretty packed unless cuz once they started bombed Atlanta, she was like, I gotta get out of here. I gotta go to my summer home. I can't take it. She she took a slave. It was like, I'm out. Oh my gosh, you guys want to? Did she offer them to come or she said, she come in is, you're not because I'm leaving right? Right. Yeah. So she left as they started bombing just as Sherman started bombing Atlanta, this so reminds me of faith in North Dakota at Grand Forks, the Red River overflows, every year I was booked there to headline, they had canceled the Thursday cuz the flooding was happening wage. Friday there, I got a call from the, the, the front desk at The Westward, Ho Motel where I was staying, that the shows were all so add, and the Western Hill front desk said, hey, we're evacuating, you can stay. If you want, if you want, I was like if you're leaving, I'm leaving. You know, we're not, I don't even wear off. Why would I stay on about? I'm leaving. Why would you stay right? No, I just don't have time to tell you, but I still think we're the kind of people that don't have that mentality, regardless, because most people don't leave their home towns. You know, like Union New Jersey, a lot of my high school friends stayed there and in the vicinity are still there. Yeah, still hanging out of Milwaukee. So okay, so They stay Atlanta is being burned to the ground. Lesbian is slowly starting to burn to the ground and so I'm pretty bad leaves. Now she's in labor and she's having the worst time in labor so is her Rhett Butler. So red butler, she met him at this party, right? Okay. That last month that they had years ago, she met him there. And the way she met him was cuz he was arguing with the other men about the war because the southern dudes were like, oh we going to win this war. This war is going to be over in six weeks, and he was like, what are y'all talking about, right? You're fighting the actual Army. You're fighting an army, you guys don't even have an army. You don't have any metal down here, like, what are you talking just as long as an arrogance. And, and so, he hears, he overhears Scarlett confessing to Ashley her love and he was like, nah married my cousin The wreck comes out here. Like, ooh, that was fun witness. So she smacks them in this bag. So, now we in Atlanta and Rhett Butler. Wage is partying with like the head mistress, like the horse. She, he's at a whorehouse party. And so, of course, the hook areas, and the other people are partying, while Atlanta's burning off right now. I'm going to drink, said, if we got that, let's, let's drink. Wow, that is the Joker's, wait a minute, yes. So Scarlett says prissy took a, she's like, go get wrecked and she's like, Brent you gotta come help us. She's having the baby. It's just us, you know, took a shet. So you gotta help and they were laughing. Like what are you talking about? So he goes and steals a horse comes, get Scarlet and takes them through, and we have the birth King of Atlanta scene, which is one of the most expensive scenes and Hollywood history, they started okay, for the time. They started taking it before they even cast Scarlett like that was the first thing they shot and the way they shot. The burning of Atlanta was by burning other Hollywood sets that they wanted to get rid of from the Lots, okay? They burned the King Kong set. So that's one of the sets off burning in the background for the yeah. And so they, they actually kind of used it. So that so that's super famous team, they get through all that right off, leaves them to go join the war. Oh, you finally, he finally goes to wait till the baby. Lift disability, have the baby. He has the baby. They take down the road and it's just a long scene of them, trying to get to Tara and getting back to Terra, okay? And when they, so they get to Twelve Oaks first. Twelve Oaks is where Ashley's Wilkes, his family is from, that's burnt to the ground dead. Okay. She's like oh my God, I don't even know. She don't even know if her parents are going to be, you know whatever. Yeah, yeah, she finally gets to terrorists Still Standing. She's got melon off the baby. Literacy. The horse. Oh my God. Scarlet the animal back to the house. Like, Mom Dad, I'm home. She's been gone for like years, like she's been gone for a couple of years. Oh, really? Yeah, and Mom and Dad. I'm home. She sees Mamie's. She's she's pork, she's hugging her slaves. Everything's great. The slaves. Just looks so sad. And she's like, what what's wrong? Her mother died the night before. Oh, she missed it by a day. She met her just right. So she's still got her dad and her two sisters but Haddad's, the mother's death, turned him, idiot is thought they said in the, in the show rather than targeting, it basically starts have it like a psychotic break and so she kind of loses him as well and she has to be off as she grows up like in the next two years. She grows up like twenty years but also because more ruthless which which is a classic Scarlett, O'Hara, Bowman off powers that manifested. What do you mean? She becomes more ruthless cuz we gotta get to the second husband so that's right. Frank. Yes Frank Kennedy. Okay so I'm Melanie we got the babies its post-war everything's starting to come back together. Right? Okay. So they're feeding soldiers who have our you know lost money All this stuff is happening, they find out, they gotta pay the taxes on terror. She doesn't have enough money to pay the taxes on terror. Okay, so a famous dressed she makes out of the curtains. Well, she makes maybe make it. That's right. She's not making the drugs so she makes a famous dress. Oh, so that she can look fancy. She could look fishy wage. That's why she made the dress. Yes, to go to the city to visit red who's now in jail. He's being, he's a prisoner of war, the southerners captured him. Okay? And she's knows, he's Rich cuz she knows he was a war profiteer. So she's like he got the money cuz they need they bring hundred dollars. You need a Frank Frank Central or Clark Gable inject? Yeah. Oh and he was a war. Profiteer is a war profiteer. Okay. And he he's in this jail. She knows he has the money. She needs $300. So she's like I had To go ask for the money but I can't go like this and you know, she had all her sweats, like I can't go like this. She Yanks the curtains off the thing, her and maybe get into a fight babies. Like you ain't visited his thrashing to jail with your mom. Has curtains doesn't doesn't hurt curtain. She's like they're my curtains now. Bitch make me distress and it's just a fun argument and not the greatest argument. Yeah and then she makes this dress goes up there. Tries to pretend everything's all well and good and the the rent fallen for it wage. They're they're like equal characters as far as ruthlessness and being just being Funky Junk. Okay. Terrible people just on edge. A terrible people, right. It's just a movie about too terrible. People Finally Falling in Love. Yes. And okay. Yes, yes, yes. So, he's in the jail, the southern soldiers. Have him cuz he's super duper Charming. Cuz he's a sociopath essentially, super charming and he's like gambling with them. And he's like, what, what do I owe you guys today? And he's like, losing money, they have him a horse, jail is weird and so she comes and she tries to Dazzle him, but then he looks better hands and he's like your hands. Look like a field hand. What have you been doing with your hands? What you said, everything was good and Tara and she's like, I need money and he's like, well, I can't give it to you so she gets pissed, right? Leaves him at the jail bumps into Frank Kennedy. She's his office door. Frank is betrothed to her little sister. And as a married her yet cuz he wanted to have money to marry her, right. This chick swoops in me, steal this man from her sister so she can get $300 to pay for the taxes for terrorists. So she marries him like immediately. Oh know what is her sister? Where, where her sisters break their back at Tara. So, the next scene is her sister be like, I hate scarlet and I will hate her until the day I died. She is not wrong like a little girl, why did her little sister? Not just get the $300 of many other things you could have done been like look, but she but also her little sister didn't care about Terror like she told her. I don't care about. So. Okay. You know, it's just a Mac turned to face. Skyler, be slapping people all the time. She's like, Ricky with Eva Gabor, Zsa, Zsa, Gabor you just somebody that's dead. Upping the hitting the left, right? So she slapped. His sister was like, you better care about Tara our parents died for this land. Pretty much. So she got the money and she's married to Frank now. She married to Frank now, they got money cuz she starts going into business mode scarlet and she's like, the lumber business, let's do this, let's get the lumber and they start just building an empire. This gigantic house and fix it up to our, everything's great. Right? So there's they're telling her there. Like look Scarlett. You're doing too much for a woman. A woman shouldn't be dealing with business. What are you doing? Oh and you're going into like dangerous situations. People trying to tell her, she's like whatever. I don't care. Men do it. I can do it. So she gets attacked. She gets attacked one day cuz she's like riding around by herself. You know, right, right. Right. And this is, you know, his post-war reconstruction. So you know, Shady people are all over the place so she goes through a lot of decommissioned soldiers. And yep. Okay, yeah, yeah yeah. So she goes to the shanty town gets attacked and the men get together and they're like, we gotta go back to that Shantytown and clear it out, but they don't tell the women. So there's this really dramatic scene where all the women are together and sweating and Scarlets, like what, why not acting like this with small. Gotcha. And then they had to tell her like are the men are doing something vigilante tonight and they might get arrested they thought get killed. So Rhett Butler saves the day because he was like, I was gambling with the soldiers and they said they're going to go arrest your husband's where are they? And he goes and Saves the Day brings back actually actually got shot. Oh oh cuz Ashley's back from the war, the back with Melanie. Yeah, okay and he's working for scarlet cuz he don't have no other option off. Right? And does she still love Ashley? Of course, she's still she still wants. Yeah, and she married to Frank, right? She's married to Frank. He's buried ability. Does she try to hit on them? Lie. All the time and has actually keep trying to curve her. You keep trying to be like girls, leave me Mary. I'm so glad I've never seen this movie and I'm so glad you're telling me about it. I love it. I never heard this before. So great. I'm actually going to start right and they bring him in a red tries to pretend he's drunk and he's like, oh we was at Bells that whorehouse. They was at before we was at Bowser's drinking all night and the soldiers like no you weren't you guys. Were he shot somebody that I gotta restaurant and reds like now, I don't arrest him. We cool, everybody's cool. So they don't harass them and they realize that he's like he got shot. He wasn't drunk. He had shot, right? Right. So, the doctors was in that same doctor from before and he's like, jump, same, doctor comes into play, like, did it, and then Scarlett's just like laying next to Ashley. Oh, Ashley. My erection are right? And he's like, do you want to know what how Happened to your husband, like Frank's, not back. And you've, she has. Anybody asked where Frank? And she, she was just like, oh, did he go to Bealls with you soon? It's just like no life, then he's got shot. Oh, Frank died. Died in this shanty town but she is hard on husband's so often they're morning again. So we have another morning. Look. Oh boy. Girl, that's awesome. Rain comes and proposes to her while she's in mourning. He's like look, I can't be waiting for you to be in between happens again. So, he's like, I'm going to marry you and she's like, what I want to marry you, he was like, girl, we got the same, we needed to get married, we need to get this money and we need everybody to her office, right? I didn't get married and they get Gordie as hell. So that's when they buy that house that has that staircase. Okay. Oh, the big dog. Pooping. Okay, that's houses in Atlanta. Oh well that's their city but I got that city house that gordian I guess in the city and then they got terrorist still Tara. Okay yes and so she has a baby. Oh she has red peppers, baby has red Butler's baby. Got a baby is a baby given little baby girl. They have a girl girl child. Okay guys actually took Melanie have their baby who survived from the war and so now they're all just like family and people everything, everyone's family, ye everyone's rich wage, right? Cuz the rich and everyone hates her like people be like talking shit walking down the street. See her be like, but then she hey, how you doing? I don't care that you made me. I have money. My God. Oh my God. Oh, red started teaching the baby. How to ride a horse. Okay. Tony. So she's at Rich, she's Pony Ridge, right? They got ponies ponies for kids. You got Pony so baby had a ride the pony. By the way I can hear them. The The Gardener yeah, in your yard and I just want everyone to know. We know we know what's happening. We're still having this conversation and it's not that bad. You can you could fax. I'm sorry file. So they're Pony rich, are they still got some Mammy and poor pay old and married be talking shit to read like a gal to our Scallywags, the two of y'all, the worst people I work for y'all begala. The worst people in the world. Oh my God. I love I love that she's just calling it what I'm after another and and rent was like she's the only person who's respect I want oh really? Yeah and so he buys her this like dog Petticoat, is his red silk Petticoat and she was like wearing it. So that's where you become friends. They become friends, right? Right. Sure. He's very Charming. Yeah. And off. Scarlet gets pregnant again. You know their tumultuous relationship cuz they're both sociopath so it's like they're fighting all the time. They rich as hell and going back and forth through their drama. And then the babies about she's like seven or eight. She's a little brat of course and one day cuz Scala had a miscarriage. Her Scarlet gets pregnant. Again, arguing with Rhett by the stairs and she goes to hit him and he he Matrix Donna. And she fell down the stairs and has a miscarriage. Oh oh Scarlett, does okay. And what else did they kill? The kid. Know they kids like maybe still alive guy, okay, and it'll kill the seven year old. And so what happened was I realized my dream for a separate birth. Cuz there's a scene when Scarlett is like in her bedroom. Everything's pink. And then you walk into his bedroom and that doesn't giant picture of her on the wall and I didn't realize till it was older that they had separate bedrooms. Oh yeah. Yeah, that's that's rich people in separate bedrooms. Yes. The Royal points. Yeah. Right then. Where do you go to have the Sex? You Gotta pick every night like a sleepover baby bath. Do you want to do it in your our bed or your bed or by that kind of thing with very weird. So she's healing from the miscarriage. They're realizing you know like we should be together like they keep missing each other. They keep falling in love with each other at different times. Like when one of them being a jerk, the other one like red was actually really good to her. He was a really great guy and but Scarlett just had too many issues. So the baby. She teaches the baby had a ride sidesaddle because you know, it's not appropriate for a girl to ride regular. Don't be dead. I, I want to teach, I want to show you how I jump. I want to show you how I jump and Scarlets, like, don't listen to her. She needs to get off that horse, and you can't tell another thing cuz she's a little brat. So she jumps and breaks our neck and dies, the kid dies, the kids, I am in this fucking movies this before game and throw this is before, you can't get attached to any character in this story. Oh my God. It I mean, I suppose this is the same time they're making Old Yeller. So why not? Why not doing it? We killing kids. Whatever happened to Baby Jane off same. Yeah. And it's like and so at this point you thought you was crying in the movie. Once the baby girl dies is tears. For the rest of the movie because wage Baby dies clerk has this crazy scene where he is like he's losing his mind cuz the only thing he cared about was his daughter. He spoiled the shit out of her. He's losing his mind cuz she's dead. He killed the horse, horse horse, he would have barrier barrier for Dave. I'm Melanie had to come over and convince him. She had to be like you have to say goodbye to her and know when she did that she said she was pregnant and he was like I'm not supposed to get pregnant. So whatever she has, she might have been whatever. Like today, preeclampsia, something like that. She got through the first baby, but the doctor says you shouldn't have another baby. She announces. She's pregnant. And he was like, but you shouldn't have a baby and she convinces him. It's exhausting. She's in there. For our. She finally, like brings him some T, convince them. And bearing his child. She passes out. Oh no. Oh no, Melody, Melody is dying. Oh my God. Melanie's getting okay Melanie's dying. And so they very they're very this baby that. Barry little Bloom blue but not Bonnie Blue Butler. They bury her my God and now we gotta do with Melody dying and Melody is Melanie is like the best person in the office is the best person in the whole entire movie. And she tells garlic take care of Ashley, for me. She said that in front of red and Red Cross has Scarlet shade. He was like, the only thing we could have had to keep us together was Bonnie. And now, she did even want to deal with, you know, more so Melodies dying. And she's like, he's like, oh, it's perfect for you. Now, you can get with Ashley, he goes home, pack his shit, she realizes. And Melody also says, Be Good to Captain Butler, because he loves Hear those words are dying. World your Ashley but also take care of your husband and stay in. Love a, she's not the person to you. So yeah, they get, they get back to the house. He's packing his stuff. It's just like rent. Where should I go? What should I do? And he said, frankly my dear, I don't give a damn That's so that's not even. The end of the movie is that the end of the movie? That's pretty much the end. She she decides like he leaves. He walks off into the fog and she was like, what am I going to do? And she realized, she got to go back to Tara and figure it out. So that's how the movie ends. Wait, so Melody dying, is the specs of the kid dies? The Melanie dies and that sort of the big thing where she's told to take care of actually in red and she just goes back with red to see him. Remember she's like, I love him is cuz she been fighting it this whole time. She'd been fighting it right? I love you read. I love you any like I don't care anymore cuz you just great. Right? Cuz you were the worse. So do we see Ashley at all again in the movie package? Yeah. Well like while wild Melanie's dying. He's sobbing. And so that's why I like, oh, Ashley. Oh, you've always love Melanie and he's like double it's my wife. Yes. The mother of my God, yes it turns out I'm like the whole time. So yeah she my first cousin. Yes. I've always wanted to get with her just cuz I am Kids with hip dysplasia silver. The oh my gosh to close. Wow, holy smokes. So she goes back to bed and she's just all Sad Sack there and that's how the movie ends. Well, it's kind of, like tomorrow is another day. So that's the final line is tomorrow is another day off, which is okay, because they they didn't want to end it with frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn cuz it's like, that's so hopeless. So they finally started with tomorrow is another day. So the asshole is going to figure it out tomorrow. She's still Rich, she's going to be fine. No worry about Kardashian red, she's right? And she's totally, she's one of those people that just bounce back and it's just going to be everyone else. Everyone's going to die around her for the next sixty years. Yeah, he's going to run through like six more husband's. Yeah, and Taylor wage Right. Yeah, beautifully shot. A beautiful shot talking about the cinematography, how much money it cost there was the third most expensive movie at the same time. Been her kind of outspent it for the time. David O. Selznick like lost his mind. He's the producer when he was shooting it and they had to keep changing directors. They started with this guy, George cukor, who was an openly gay man at the time. But Clark Gable didn't want to work with him cuz the T. The T. Was that Clark? Gable used to be like a little hooker when he was trying to get in the Hollywood but like for men you know how they would be at the little Dash and he didn't. So he was triggered. Haven't engaged Iraq, triggered him. He got him fired and then Victor Fleming, Karen directed. I love George cukor. George. Cukor is one of my favorite directors. If I could travel back in time, I would want to be at at a dinner with him, he'd be at my dinner table. Like so he could just spill Hollywood teacher took my favorite movie, which is holiday with Mary Katharine Hepburn's, and that is one of my favorite movies of all time. So, okay, so this is, So I but back with Scarlett, O'Hara. Yeah. Yes. She's a Tara. Yes. Is it some point? Does she say? Tara Tara, Tara or said that's a different song. That's a Japanese war movie Tora Tora korb's. That might be a Jewish Bible movie toward toward fixing too many things off. Some of the things Mister, she's back at her or the old retainer Slave people. They're still, they go, they go. Where she goes off, right? So they, so, they're in that last scene, too. Is that? Who is she talking to? When she says tomorrow's another day. She just talking on said, she's okay. She's course. Yeah, fourth wall break. And it's funny cuz she wanted a raise, his like sister hates. She was like, she stole my husband and she took all our slaves. This cheque leaves. The slaves go with her. She was like, yeah, whatever slaves. You need to dress and bathe yourself. I'm bringing this off my, oh my God, I can't stand it off. So if ever made a remake of this movie, they've never done a remake. But they did a sequal Rodger who played Rhett Butler, I forget the dude's name who played Rhett Butler, but it was one of those kind of like made-for-tv Jones. All right? Right. And I watched it, but it was, it wasn't, you know, as you walk. Yeah. Yeah. So is this. So this here we are. We're at like 50 minutes with 10, more minutes. Yeah. We don't have to go the full hour but is there anything that you have not told me to l Johnson? Yeah. Nicole by the way. Yeah, it's also about the making of the movie. I mean, I'm a nerd about the making of the movie as well because all the things that happen wage And like, you know, the n-double-acp was trying to boycott it because they had some scenes in there that were going to be glorifying the KKK and and glorifying lynchings. And they had to take those scenes out of their home. They, you know, how to McDaniel the hotel where they had the Oscars, had a no blacks policy. So she was allowed to come only because she was nominated for an Oscar and they made her sit by the kitchen and what she had to read. She read a speech that was written by for the studio written by the studio for her birthday. She had to clear, they had to clear everything that she said her acceptance speech. Yeah. And so the scenes, what year did this come out? Nineteen. Thirty nine. Thirty nine months. So they So there were scenes and and do those scenes exist, like, did they keep that footage the KKK stuff and the lynching seen? I haven't seen it. It hasn't made it in any of the special features of this is everything that I've only when are the what are the special features feature length documentary? Okay, well that's I mean that's actually interesting, right? Yeah, we talked about the son of a timer of them sets but also the drama with finding the actress like finding Scarlett cuz they started filming before they found Scarlet. He's so he saw thousands. He did, they did a nationwide search and then, Vivian Lee as British. So, okay, cool. The daughters of the Confederacy. We're like who is this British woman? You couldn't find a southern American Girl. That something, you know, like black people get mad when all the British press play Martin Luther King and this was who is this British woman? You couldn't find one southern belle, no there's no something else. They were like, invited been Katherine Hepburn. So then they were like, all right? Better a Brit than a Yankee, right? And so funny cuz they they wanted was rivlin family famous at that time. Was she a name? She was destroyed or know necessarily a name, but she was a hustler. She got she came onto the set. She knew David O, Selznick brother and he brought onto the set when they were doing the burning of Atlanta. So she kind of hustled us up in there. And also Claudette Colbert was also about to be Scarlett, but she was with Charlie Chaplin at the time and they were like his neighbors. And he said like, how am I going to do this Nationwide search and then my neighbors going to be Skyler? No, no Claudette Colbert and Claudette Colbert was with Clark Gable in It Happened One Night. Yeah, It Happened One Night, so they had a nice connection. Yeah. And that would have birth. Interesting. But Vivian Vivian Lee, did an excellent job thing being, and nailed it being the jackass, that Scarlett. O'Hara was yeah, wow. And there's certain people who are nominated twice for Oscars and won two Oscars, and she's one of them. She's one of the two for two people. Okay, native twice, won twice. I think there's one. Kevin Spacey the other one for her was Streetcar Named Desire. Oh, okay, yeah, it's so much drama with the directing, and with the song, Everything was so dramatic was that it's such a crazy like and it was in color which was kind of a big thing too. I think it's a brand new technique up there. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. And then after Fleming Victor Fleming replaced, George cukor and Victor Fleming had just done The Wizard of Oz, but he was also like a raging a, so like they talked the way they talk. Adam. He gives really Cocaine Energy like you should just very alpha-male. So first Clark, Gable, loved him and Vivien. Leigh hated him. So they went from George, cukor being tender and sweet, and you should be listening to this. Raging probably alcoholic, cokehead egro to yeah. So did George cukor shoot? Any of it should see that 18 days. Victor Fleming did ninety, ninety three or ninety, six days. And then this other guy cuz Victor Fleming burnt out cuz he's probably on cocaine and not sleeping. I stood as other page Sam Sam. Somebody did like twenty days or the last twenty. Yes then That is interesting. I wonder if Vivien Leigh had three different outfits for for each of the different directors and she worked double the days that Clark worked. But obviously, you know, equal pay. So he got paid way more money than she did. Oh wow. Cuz that cuz they were stars. So there was no de-rate. It was just a flat above the line kind of star thing but he got money cuz he was a bigger star. Yeah. And the Studio's own them at that point. Oh right right. That's right. So interesting would you recommend if one were to want to watch this film? Guess what? What version is there? A Criterion version is there? No, here's the thing. I like, I've had dudes, try to date me and this one guy was like I want to watch it with you and I was like, wow, I think like I don't need people to want to like it with me, I understand that it is like old. It's a period piece like who care about this. So if you're in the period pieces, if you're in Georgia Dresses, if you're into dramatic drama queen you were in too big dresses and bitch Queens. Yeah, that's my favorite Line Is Watching. God by Donald. Do not torture yourselves, don't sweat it. It's I know I've I've tried to actually get Andy Ashcraft to watch midnight, run three different times. Literally he's like this movie just makes me want to make out with you so we ended up. He's never seen it like that and put it in. He's just like want to go make out off the show with, it was me DVD at his apartment cuz he picked the first movie and then I picked second movie and I was like, wait, why are we making? This is such a great movie and he's like, or do you want to make out those? Like obviously, I obviously want to make up big fan. Yeah, big fan, big fan of the Not Dead. R o d, g x. So I mean moments the beginning a name, right? Right. None of it. Seems it all seems to be your you want to watch it kind of for the dresses and the cinematography. And if you want to celebrate two giant assholes falling in, love with each other and then out and then explodes and watch it as a miniseries. Do yourself a favor and break it up into chunks off? Yeah, I think, I think they did back in the seventies. They showed it over a series of evenings. Oh yeah. On T. When they broke it up like that it was cuz I remembered acacian was like, oh, I saw this in the theater but because occasionally they did they re-release it. Do you know if they re-released it? The theaters off? Yeah, 1939. Yeah. They've done be releases in theaters. They did like this big VHS and then they did. This dramatic, four-disc DVD that you know, cuz it can log. Beyond one thing it was always on to VHS. Yeah, yeah. So they did like a Ford disc release and I was so excited. I still have that page say, I think that Nancy cuz dance occasion was not alive in nineteen thirty-nine right? So she must have seen it as a sort of a Revival kind of thing in the fifties or sixties off when she was in her teens because she saw at the theater, I think my stepmother and and loved it so much and tried to get my sister and I to watch it and we were like not happy. Not so sure. There's your, I've never been a fan. I've never been able to sit through terrible. Life Choices. Oh, these are not love the terrible Life Choices. I feel like watching like women struggle and there's a lot of white women struggle. Joel Johnson. Thank you so much for joining the door. Yes, I can't believe you haven't been on before. Everyone find drill just give her stand-up comedy work, or whatever. She's looking down because she has a damn great. Stand-up comic has an as an album out called real joy and you were just I think on Fallon right? Yes. Cinco. De Mayo, good faith. Yeah. So look up some clips if you want to see some clips and at joy-lan Nicole. On everything password, okay, Twitter Instagram, all the things and thank you so much for doing the show. Thank you for having me. I love you the best and Rangers you know the rules out there. Take care of each other. My hat, my hat, my hat. They're dancing around my house dog hat. My hat, my hat. Well, what do you think that if it looks like a Mexican hat dance and it sounds like a Mexican Hat Dance. It's most likely a Mexican hat. So take off your head and let's dance song. Oh my God. Why don't we just call that as the end of the show?

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EXTRA ORDINARY (2019) with MICHAEL HOWIE

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

1:32:49 hr | 8 months ago

EXTRA ORDINARY (2019) with MICHAEL HOWIE

"How this program is a proud member of you. Need voice unified unique voices. Learn more at you. Needles pods dot net. Hello my name's patrick. And i must scream queen. I'm a scream queen and so are you hello again my beautiful screamers and welcome to another episode of skirt. It's the podcast were hard gets game. This is episode three hundred and eleven and two. We are celebrating irish horror. And do that. We're taking a look at the very funny supernatural comedy. Extra ordinary jarring will forte. Hey hey hey hey and do that. We're being joined by more my favorite canadians that big bushy bearded man who also big bushy bearded animals the fabulous burden michael halle and also his beard. If you ever shaves that thing. I'm just going to be lost completely but you know what before we go a step further. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is patrick. Balls and since two thousand ten. I've been your guide to the weird and wonderful world of her movies but hold on their bucko. you're going to have to see them through my very very jay little is yeah ha my evil musical theater laughter my apologies. I did have to take that week off between this episode and the last episode. And i'm glad i did. It was the perfect thing. The weather started getting warmer. I was able to get out more. And i took my own advice that i gave here on the show back at the beginning of the pandemic when i said love for social media for the while because there is one of the things that was bugging me out and this sounds terrible was that i'd see other people on social media who appear to be thriving through all of this. It made me awful. Look at post at the post after post the same people good friends. Wonderful people close friends. That are getting great jobs in and booking gigs and going places with their partners and loved ones and oh well there's pictures of me giving the vaccine and here's me i can't get anything done. It was making me feel awful. I wasn't angry at them. It made me angry at me. But i stayed off for a while and everything's been better. Everything's much cooler now. But we're going to continue the course we're gonna make march about comedy but we'll talk about that more later and also doesn't hurt that i finally got my vaccine appointments not may but that's cool that's cool. It was like a bloodbath. Getting it but i got it and here we are and ray and i don't have to drive to the boonies to do it and one of the things. That really really has me happy. The new website is finally late to the scream. Queens dot com domain. I i started a pod page back in november and it's taken this long to connect the two sides to make the old crappy headache bane of my existence wordpress website go away forever and now i had this glorious gorgeous news page from page and it was great like setting up. Took five minutes literally. Just here you go to do is change colors and things like that. And i can add stuff when i want and stuff and at video and all kinds of great things that i couldn't do on wordpress completely breaking it and spending hours and hours trying to fix whatever conflicts and nonsense going poof. Those days are gone. Baby gone gone. Gone very happy. So if you got a minute going over to. Www dot scream queens dot com. And of course it's going to the z and check out the new site. Let me know what you think and you can actually let me know what you think. By leaving voicemail. There's a little red tab over on the right. I think it's his read me to fill from thirty seconds. Click on that. They'd be voicemail it would make me very happy yay and the other thing that makes me happy is that there's new website it's coming from the generosity of those of you who are signing up for page on danke so much another great thing that subscribers have to the show or of helped out with the show should say i would not have it. It was not for you so thank you very much for that. what's patriot. Dsp patron is the subscription service. Where you get. Access to premium content exclusive premium content. Things like the final reel. Where normally i would go to the movies. I go to sneak previews of movies in the theater. And tell you what's coming up at the box office week and whether it's going to be good or whether it's not but since no movies i'm just telling you what i've been watching that and not gonna talk about michelle g get some insights. Group had to fill these empty hours of quarantine with good movies and what to skip. And there's also dan lewis which is our patron exclusive friday the thirteenth series retrospect show where every month we open up the very curious curious shop where i'm joined by mind smart and sexy co hosts trading my murphy and we talk about what lewis has inflicted on this month going through this series one by one by one by one and as a matter of fact. Here's a little coming attraction of what is going to be happening on. Next week's episode of daniel lanka lewis. We're talking about the friday. The thirteenth series episode tattoo were discussing the opening kill involving cursed tattooed. Tommy follows this guy. Who's won all the money down to the basement of this restaurant where he's got. This girl tied up this girl in a white wig and white dress. And he's tattooing are. Thomas is watching. What's going on. She's bound and gagged and her hands are up above her head and that's what he's hanging from and you'd think that that would be a very position tattoos on minimum there is squirming and dangling. She's got white shirt. This white wig like a club. Wigan thigh-high boots is. She's he looked rocket she's dressed to kill address. The die depending on either way the way i dress for either. Here's the thing about this curse also think is really ghoulish tattoos. Somebody with this figure that will come to life and kill them. That's gonna take a while you have to spend a really long time being really intimate with the person that you're going to kill. It's not writing with occurs penn halfway around the world. It's not touching somebody really quick with a curse glove. You have to be really up close at intimate with them for quite some time horrible. That's slowly building. The empty implemented their death on. You are first murder tattoo. I think it's like a bug with nassir beatles. Cool that bug was bros. Yeah that was nasty. No no no that bugs in your wig girl out of your way girl. No but we. Oh we spend their money on the really cool effect on animating the tattoo and then it morphs into the real version of the bug but like gracie that you don't see the bite or whatever that murders them you just see that will. Oh i presume you're being poisoned. You look pretty dead now. Maybe something venomous bite you. Okay in your mouth. Oh and their address. The club. What i love she spewed up lights up and her eyes roll back to the just showing says she was color. Coordinated to girl that my beautiful screamer. The little sample of his silliness that begin to every month over ad. lewis on patriot on so if you're interested becoming a patriot subscriber you could do so for as little as five dollars a month that will get you into the premium content. Like lewis and the final reel and all that goes to help the show. You want tangible proof. There's the website read as fancy new. Microphone and i'm talking to in here that we got last year. Is this fancy editing software and music right now. That's all because the patriot and you can be part of that so. Www dot patriots dot com slash. Scream queens. And of course that's queens. I think that's enough schilling about myself right now. I think it's time to bring on michael halley and talk about extra or but first. Let's take a listen to that trailer. Okay okay. Why don't we seeing ghosts. Every day moves tone. Things are so small they go unnoticed her chat with my daughter. Just what's opened. My name is martin. What is evil counting my sweet. I'm doing an incantation. Bloody moon better might need breach. This is a satanic ritual. See break we need ectoplasms electrical in your body ghostbusters. Oh haven't read grew. Magic girls can put sunscreen does. It coming soon so joining me for this salute to irish horror is a returning guest. He's a favourite amongst you folks and really. I can't blame you because got it has gone just rocks my world. I am so thrilled to have joining to talk to me with you about the film extraordinary. He's the man from canada the beard or behemoth themselves. You know him you love him. He's from defender radio and he loves david fuzzy animals and also not fuzzy animals as well. Ladies gentlemen boys and girls emma wherever you may be pleased. Put your hands together off. Hey everybody it's amazing to be back. I absolutely love it here. It is spring and we are talking about one of the best movies. I've seen this year. So far michael. How in my bed. That he may lalla cosmic bear man. That's you man. Well thank you for having me. It's great to be back. have you anytime anytime anytime. So how you been michael. How's things up in the great white north admits. Now it's up our leads greats. Well i was gonna say it's a little too white but for other reasons but we're doing okay up here we're getting through you know we're keeping an eye on all of you friends downs in other words. We need to be supervised at all times. We need a national babysitter. What that actually very well. Maybe your third party option for twenty twenty four just the supernanny. It would just miss someone needs to put this whole country in the naughty naughty spot. I'm pretty sure you had a british nanny and it didn't turn out well That being said its own. There's always a chance to try again. Maybe this time she just needs to bring a paddle. Everyone take a moment to watcher. What the why. Why why you always buy me weird. Why she a canoe michael. What's go- i don't understand. You can't have sex in the canoe. You're not canadian. That's just a rule. Oh that's whites can canadian. I got the whole thing. Can we come across more new and yet the noodling fairness come across the border. Hey you'll see it a lot of ports of entry. We have just like a big empty canoe there. And everyone thinks that's a cute to a thing it's particle. Nobody wants to hear about your ports of entry a well. My ports of entry are nice and pre moistened. Thanks to pass. Well actually i thank you. Thank you as our mind. As i mentioned earlier. Because it's an important part of podcasting is pretty moistening Just before we started recording. I sent michael a screenshot posted that. Hey i'm about to sit down with michael howie from radio talk about extraordinary and my evil twin there also in canada over in vancouver mike ryan said. Oh michael howie. He's so dreamy. Took a screen shot in the michael. He's just like fuck. You know. I know that on podcasts. When it's just my voice. I accept it. No he had just listened last week to the dave made amaze own. So he's got a lot of fun. Yeah it was a lot of fun. He he loved the movie. And he's like you're right and i michael. How has a panty shopping boys. You know what surprising is. It doesn't really work when i'm around again. It was from a distance. Yeah it's something about the personality. Well it's so big and booming. It's like you're not. It's like wow. That voice can't be coming out of that i. It's very unsettling but seriously that's like the guy on murphy brown who played. The boyfriend was a radio announcer. Sometimes and i remember as a kid hearing his voice. And my mom saying oh. That's the guy from murphy brown and then looking at it and going. No it's not. it's. I'll look that up later for your fans but it's also very jarring when those two collide movies i place i took it to dirty plays against you things collide and now i'm gonna dirty play with the straight man what's happening. I feel like welcome to scream. Queens dirty dirty place with street man. Welcome to the show. I come to the pink side michael. How it let's seem in. My room has got a pink teeth today. does i like it. Come spend the night inside my sugar walls mike. I'm i'm always open to learning new things now like the lyrics to secure and everyone's forgotten something. We've been all over the place. So michael halley. The movie that we're talking about is extraordinary from twenty nine thousand nine michael. You know the routine since you are the guests. I need you to give me a nice tight. Thirty second plot summary of extraordinary. Don't give me the whole script. Picks to me like a movie executive. And you've got thirty seconds in elevator. The clocks ghosts are all over. Ireland can't figure out what to do and they keep contacting rose who is an irish driving instructor who may have once had a life involving getting rid of those with a partner what that looks like. We don't know but she switched. He's charming and she might just end up helping martin whose daughter started floating for some reason as his dead wife harasses him. What sure to wear. And i was. I was just going to say that What's his name is there will forte and also satan. This yes right. Just say there's one more sentence and also the dark lord. This movies adorable and i don't understand why it's not getting any traction in america at all i i don't either when you sent it to you. And he said hey this the movie for you. And i'm used to people from very serious very different places coming to me to k. We're very serious. Podcast about horror movies. Can you come on and talk about a comedy for me. I get that with other things too. Like hey we're a really serious. Rpg podcast we need you to come on and be weird for an hour So i was excited to look at this and i wasn't sure what to think of it but i looked at the cast didn't recognize any names except for will forte before who's who's outstanding and everything he touches And it sounded kind of silly and goofy and india and like something. That is absolutely perfect to watch with friends on a friday nights. Which i did and i fell in love with this movie within ten minutes. It is so charming incredibly germany and the figures. What's going to be a challenge for us. Talking about the movie is that yes. It's a comedy ghostbusters. Big comedy scenes naga whole big comedy moments. It's character based comedy of people being hilarious and tiny little ways throughout the movie that keep that keep piling up piling up by the by the last real. It's absolutely hilarious. Yes but it's a trip to get there and it's the same thing with the and the ghost effects it's very small small small small small small small small and then there's a big carnival at the end but it's a trip to get there. There's a journey. yes i found. I found very interesting that they spent so little on special effects. Remove the about ghosts in in in a sense. That's what it's about but it it really is. It's about these individuals in their relationships and what they're like together. And i find that is sometimes the best comedy if we look at ensemble comedy. This is my favorite kind of comedy jokes. Actually coming from who. The person is here from the inside. It's always better. It's not just like i'm ben. This wacky situation. I'm going to do something that's really funny. That may not have anything to do with the character that have set up until this point. But when you've got that basis and that anchor just makes everything really funny chris. For instance rose. Bush made higgins. Yes may maeve higgins may may hit. Who's the anchor of this movie. Who's done virtually nothing. Like she had a writer for national lampoon radio forever but very little screen credits and may this whole movie hangs on her And it's four person in the driver's seat. She's driving instructors. That didn't mean that drivers to be playing this character. Who so quirky. But quietly corky under her breath corky all the time. It's what she's wonderful she's one is a character to that. We all know in our lives. She's the friend who's hilarious but never loud. She always shows up for you but she's kind of underwhelming and who has one idea. How fucking amazing she is. Yes that's the key to its. She has no idea that she special and wonderful and the people like having her around. And that's something we can all identify with and that is what sets up so much of the comedy of. She is quiet and she is gentle and she is kind and just damned hilarious as a results and how she interacts her whole character. Arc is that she's got this. She has a psychic ability. A strong it runs in the family. She's been suppressing it for years since her father died and she blames herself. She's extraordinary all. She wants to be ordinary. yes and she can't be getting how she tried to just can't be ordinary and i love her. I think she's fantastic. And that's also another part of that character. That's so touching to all of us is we are all extra ordinary in one way or another and just accepting and again the thing. That's great about. The senate gets underlined. And this is one of those weird grammar things. It's not extraordinary. It's extraordinary ordinary. It is two words and that's one of those subtle subtle humor that's permeates the film to because extraordinary means beyond ordinary at standing exciting etc. Extra ordinary means ordinary. But more so there is that settled in that. But it's just it's one of those little things that kind of pops up through the film. I think there's a joke. Abate the sign itself at one point with that so we'll just at the end. Well well yeah at the end. Might just made pack that. We're not going to spoil his movie because it's not getting any play here in the states apparently non canon either. It's not the streaming services. Most people don't know about it. Yep and i think that if you're a fan of either of the genres that you and i are known for enjoying you with horror films and me with comedy going to like this movie like. There's there's there's nothing to not like about it at if you're irish extra points because it's a every everyone okay. Here's the thing the love interest in this movie. Martin martin martin. I love the fact that his name is martin martin because i have a whole branch of my family still over ireland in this one family. This martin joe this martin. Matthew martin edward martin jacob by law by by process of elimination. Eventually they will be a martin family and related to him. He's gotta work your way down the alphabet right martin martin's another character. That is just martin. The first time he says it is funny because like no. He said that wrong. I heard that wrong. That's an irish thing that i didn't get but then it just it's another one of these settle comedic gems and this came from a writing team. It looks like which i think plays into that. Yeah because you can workshop differently and you can play off each other. But just the way he says his name. It has you smiling throughout the movie. Because it's just it's one of those little big call back to it. They call back to they. Call back to it but nobody. Nobody's ever like what that's weird. Yeah it's never called. No every. Just say oh martin martin because because of it's happening in my family it's happening and families everywhere it's gonna get a martin martin. Oh it's the martin martin of the family shed off back. He's the actor was one. I recognized him berry ward berry own off the tall. I didn't know him the top of my head. But when i did this i know him from the fault. Yes i do too with jillian madison jillian. Yes that's the right answer. And he's also a netflix series. Ended the fucking world. Which i started watching but i couldn't because it's like the beginning of the pandemic and it was too dark. Yeah i actually saw that. One g teenage serial killers. Maybe not right now. Yeah but the thing is like the teenage hair color and he learns the score over specific killer and he's winding up falling in love with her instead. This is actually. This is the potential kind of cute. It's too dark. Which is why. I'm talking about movies like this because i back in that space for like. I can't talk about harmony's anymore. Good at selling my job anyway. I also love the character of the father. Yes the father who is long dead who we only see an wonderful vhs because he was also a paranormal dude but he also did a whole series. A vhs tape. Yeah on on living with the talents and different kinds of things. One of the love about it and it's weird settled thing. It's the fact that his voice is always kind of like this. It's like it's like the voice on film strip that you've got back in the seventies. The life of the enemy is approximately thirty six. I i noticed that you and it's a bit of a wobble and there's a bit of a tinny nece to make it sound like an old recording. Yeah that's that's that's a a wonderful narrative tool. is they. show clips of this. And it's like a bob. Bob rosen type. Pbs cable access cable. Access is more like. Oh just let i made this on h. As myself yes and his series of films and it's used at first as a narrative tool but then it's how you see rose interacting with her father and telling the story of her father yep which is a very. It's a very fun way of telling a story we're kind of used to hearing and the movie had me and thirty seconds because the movie opens with a session from him as he's talking about ghosts around us every day they may be big they may be small and it was cute like they said ghost ghost can be anywhere and they show this picture of totally haunted looking house and they circle the ghosts in the pits. The tiny it's like a pebble in the corner. That's not the big scary house. There's a little bit over here. that was cute. there's a have you ever had nightmares after eating trees. Do you have nightmares after reading. Geez you might have eaten the ghost. You may have eight go. Yeah and he hadn't blades with absolute conviction that each one of the bacterias that is killed in cheese. When you eat. It has the potential to become a ghost. So cheesy farts mike. It's just off the cuff. And he is actually a hard to give your bowels man rights. It's one of these things and this is brilliant. Comedy writing is just blow past it. You're a ghost intolerant. Just yup here's something funny and move on but that's going to be in my head for ten years. Oh absol- every time h as i'm going to be an meeting. Although he never answered the questions that i really wanted to hear which were do ghosts have been. It's more importantly do beards. Have ghosts a whoo. Yeah when i when. I trimmed my beard right now. It's trip patrick. And see it's relatively trim with. Let's say on my face on your face. Here's on my face. When i trim it for three minutes. There's probably two or three dead beard ghosts in my sink. I mean you hear screaming screaming look from anyone dating at the time. And the drainage as god that even has an entire civilizations in it right now reno resistance. Last time i stuck an auger down there they pulled it down and kept. It's it's getting bad yet. So what's happening is that rose is driving instructor and also just all. This stuff is hilarious. Apparently she can't even drive in real life which is very funny. That checks not yet riders. Very little she doesn't have to everybody else drives. She's truck sits in the chair. Yeah and they started does dry sandwiches wiring. Yes michael halley. I wanna toaster goes. I love toaster. Go a tree ghost who waves to her as she drives by da anywhere. She's dry because you're hearing the designation of goes could be anywhere just driving down the street and there's like a toaster court wave again like how many how. How and that's the fun part though is again. It takes something that we've all been told. Ghosts can inhabit things. That's what a poltergeist can be. And that's like there's there's actual store. I probably not right about that but there are all kinds of okay. Spirits can cause things to happen but what if can be possessed but yes. Yeah so this takes to the next level which is comedy of okay. So you know. In in the case of martin martin who has a coast living in his home. The ghost shows up by leaving messages on his toast. While it's in the toaster or by opening a cupboard to smack him on the head and tell them no and just every day mundane tasks are then haunted. And that's just it's again. It's a brilliant opportunity. Because think all of the mundane things you do in the day and this movie goes. What if it was haunted while you did that. It's like the guy who says. Have you seen that while high have experienced this while you smoke some weed that guy but with ghosts also what to that bonnie his wife growth nullis -sarily malicious kind of malicious controlling. She's controlling but like lots of things that she leaves her helpful like. I love movie that we have a toaster ghost but we also have ghost host. Who different things very different. She leaves she leaves psychic messages in the toast. The dog has warms. Yes so that's and that's that's one of those great officers. They showed that dog Scooting on the the rug and then it's people's wise the kooning and it just keeps getting ignored keeps getting ignored keeps getting ignored the toaster pops and up on the toasts. Dog has worms now. Okay thanks bonding. But even though she's not malicious she's making his life help yes so his daughter not him. Says you need to call this lady. She's driving instructor. Who's also was psychic. Thus are plot. Well i did love the fact that she's like well if you're not going to do something that they're not going to have to call someone and he said who you going to call and they didn't go there yes. I'll laughed aloud at that. And that's it's wonderful fast comedy. It doesn't give you time to ruminate. It's not like traditional And i'm going to call it american. It's also time ruminating right now. Just looking at him michael. Remain snorting helps. I'm sure so the I can't remember now that just through watching you grind around on your podcast chairs just right off track. I'ma guest the snake charmer Domino snake michael hallway. Inappropriate and appropriate salisbury. Yes so she's just going about roses just this whole thing. She keeps getting calls them because she used to do this. She used to do this with their father until her father was killed in this freak accident. Which will we'll get into later that she blames herself she gave she says no. I don't have any talents. I don't do that anymore since she has his driving school. But she's still messages all the time you know and by the way if you're calling about that other thing i don't do that anymore. Could be exercises could be anal She doesn't say that's again. One of the fun part is they. Don't outright main things or label things in this movie. They're just they happen and they move along the happened. They move along. Well that's irish humor to. It's the that's happening Okay okay gotta go okay. It's very proper lynn comedy. It's very traditional. Uk type of comedy that so many of us love of this is absolutely ridiculous. But we're just gonna talk about like it's normal thing I guess you'd call for martin. Martin who has for driving lesson. Yes and so you get. They had they had show set this up by showing her with an actual students yet right before that scene so she shows up and he gets in the car and she's like oh you know. Sometimes it's really easy to teach people you have. He can rose come on. And he brought his Sandwiches and his juice boxes and his mitts and immense. Because then because there might be onions on the sandwich you made them might be onions. I don't know maybe they are. Maybe one thing. I didn't get sure. This is an irish joke. I didn't get the recurring chicken. Yeah on every product every food product. Has this chicken with a hamburger. None of the price of chicken in it. That might be a local thing. Yeah i'm sure it is. I'm sure it is. I couldn't confirm it. Any irish relics is like we're not talking to him. No we can't we have. We can't tell them about the big chicken ireland's been secretly hiding big chicken. So mosher usher nova can let them do the national secret. The big the big cook. It's been a tightly held secret for generations that the irish are not happy cox says that what you're saying we're not going to be sitting on the big talker. We're gotta go ahead depended cookout. I try try reading something. In my irish accent justice. Prep work for this and it did not go well. So that's all right. The accents to you. Oh please make great beginning all kinds of letters now. What the fact was that. What fec and bury fitzgerald bullshit with that faster loss. Jesus christ as racist as as one of the recurring things. They think it's funny. Rose use of the word cool She calls things. Cool that article. She's always oh short. Martin came you come in here with your cool glasses nuku. Hey you need to get your shit together. Holman did you actually just put on a coon voice and call me woman. I did and i said shit too am sue. Sorry i was just freaking out. Still freaking out. no okay. basically what happened. He wants her to help exercise bonnie she says no. I don't do that anymore. And the story done get at just to drive. I'm only driving instructor. You can clearly dr cadets character. She kicks them out. Everything's going on until his daughter starts floating as as the when they're gase like dogs. You got to express their glands every now and then you just gotta let the era of young girl please lalita. okay. I'm deleting net. Did not come out. Well no no no. Oh god that's just between you and me now we'll hang onto that one next time we go. Drinking should do improvised podcast. Those just censored myself. I just said no but then i said no no but so his daughters floating and obviously he's concerned right so they bring rose back where i was going with this now because he went someplace else there is the the will forte shows up in between right now. What i've learned is that this will forte character. Everyone in ireland knows who. They're making fun of all really kristie berg lady and red burke re oh deadly eighty and lady read Don't pay the ferryman okay. Apparently krista berg was one of the more prominent musicians who in the eighties. All of a sudden flocked to ireland because of the tax laws and he was probably one of the most notorious flagrant abusers of it and so everyone wants the movie christopher gotcha so the character seat it i have to say watching it. It's hard to think will forte. Just came up with this character or perform this character with outs. Someone to base it on that dead will forte. Is one of those wonderful character. Performers who create characters that you just accept israel christian. Winter is one of the most delightful satan. It's seen unscreened. And i did a screening of it the other day where one of my listeners gave is from the uk and went in christian winter was a one hit. Wonder i say a long. You heard my interpretation of it for michael how era with cosmic scale and my david. It's this is so fucking eurovision Yes i have reference. Because all i know about your vision is what i saw when i was in the uk. And i was like. I don't know what's happening. What is this. I don't know the whole. The whole thing is so ridiculous and this guy is such an obvious. He wrote one crummy song in the eighties. You know what. I'm going to take that back. He wrote to fantastic songs. Because i'm sorry. I like my hat. Sounds like a great. Well the whole did he. Just show the billboard charts. I like my hat was not even on the top. I like i like my hat. Is the same song i like. My hat la la. My hat is gray la hoya a hat is awesome. It's my music career more or less laid out of butts also a lovely edition to this. Who felt at first place. But i grew to appreciate for her role. Was claudia his wife. So she's another actor. I've seen in a bunch of stuff but kind of broke out in nowhere looking at her. Imdb around twenty seventeen. She kind of really started to hit it but she's australia. Who's just h- larry's her role is to be the whiny gold digging wife off to the side that's all she does doesn't give a shit about any going away. She does but she doesn't care about any of the procedure because the whole thing is that he was a one hit wonder back in the day but now he's out to revive his career because he's got a hold of the satanic book yes which has a ritual that will ensure his career which involves sacrificing a virgin i e martin martin's daughter sarah And and so all of this is going on. You've got obviously tantric rituals. And he's standing there shouting incantations and so on and then she walks like a yet walks with the chinese food. You want your chicken or not perform up trying to sacrifice of originally called. Now what are these again. It's just brilliant like your take something so crazy and then you put the mundane in with us. It's that's a good way of looking at it. Because she sees no wonder in any of this. There's no wonder in any of the satanism or the things that are going to get or these rituals because clearly this magic happening. Yes i mean. Because before martin. Before they had martin martin's daughter they had another virgin girl. Who's levitating in your living room. And she just like monday. Monday's just another day in christian windsor castle and it is a castle too. That's the other thing is the setting for this. It is this. American sort of one hit wonder living in an actual irish castle which christopher did. It's it's just all the nose constantly about who this guy is and he has no insight. It appears and that's a wonderful will forte trait. He brings to a lot. I was watching Parks and rec and he plays a walk on character in season. Two as a guy who wants a copy of twilight in the town time capsule dumb kind of plotline but he plays with such ernest. -i that like you genuinely believe. Oh he's an okay guy just trying to figure this out. It's when in fact yeah satanists trying to find a virgin to sacrifice. And even when he's saying it's like he's still kinda cute and he's goofy and he's really kind of harmless all of shit. He's not harmless at all. He actually really fucking dangerous. That one shot you just go. Oh not spoil yet. But you know what i'm talking about like. Oh well that took care of that problem. Holy shit holy shit. What's already michael. Michael i confuse. He's i said. I said that they already had virtue before. So sarah's daughter a before before martin's daughter there's a rule that we learn about and they reference it by talking about the globetrotters. And i don't know how much the gloating with a whole chapter of perform election was the gloating lou. I'm vincent duty this week. I'm visiting the o'callaghan farm in west cork investigating a gloating. Loton goes right. Obviously just to let you know. This is a satanic ritual patty automation of hunter pop tarts preparation for virgin sacrifice ago. Some demons into that you know just different strokes. It's a ten minute segment of the film. And this is the kind of thing that i would guess. I would wager a bet that this was written by two people. And then maeve higgins who plays rose and someone else helped with the writing. I guess this is one of the things that started the writing process. Though for the entire movie was this scene of explaining floating goats and it goes into great detail on the technical aspect of it and the spiritual aspect of its and the management of. What happens if you make a mistake right. Well i mean it all. It's all well and good. It's all fairly standard standards. Satan and stuff you know there's certain satanic deities. They like to have they like virgins different strokes for different folks. Yes they're going to go different strokes and it's again mundane mundane mundane mundane. But this is one caveat. What's the one caveat when floating goats into. You can't wait them don't wake of floating does not go. Well no they expert. And it's nice. Blowed like a cute poop and they disappear like baked. They went back to band of brothers burrows some special effects. Yeah oh yeah. Yeah it's it's yeah it's it's yes it's gross. It's close to the first virgin exploded. It's because his wife was like. Wow i was here on. She was vacuuming vacuuming excited. I wonder why i went to the bitch up to ask something should just kind of exploded pieces kind of exploded kind kind of exploded. Bits where they slept. We see that happen. And then much later we see the video with the gloating goats which is explaining. What's happening tomorrow morning. Face when the gods he so this guy he is another actor who throughout much much of the film. You think he's just an average dude. Straight faced no response to great guy to to rose's comedy. Yeah you think until you you find too and that's one of the things that you i love this movie. Is the actor. Surprise you with how good they are. Yes because it's a silly comedy. Indie irish thing and you don't expect a lots butts when they pull out their guns they blows you away it catches you off guard. It's brilliant. yes because all right so now th- they have to save martin's daughter sarah and in order to what did he do to save her. They need to put this kind of transparent white goo on her face from five or seven. Different seventy seven seven huntings and i again on try and keep it classy. It looks like come actor. Yeah like. I don't know what else they had to exercise. Seven goes i collect the ectoplasms that comes up when they do that and and then rub it all over at the best part is how they collect it so there's an even more look like it's gross his so much communist movie so much come and what i love like. The joke is martin. Why everything is necessary grows. Yes it is. It's so silly and gross that you can't help an hour later go did they use actual jisr. Like how do you source that. Whatever liquid is is what they use in the movie. Yes fit based on what's happened. Plenty of jobs substitutes. I'm sure i'll google it and then wind up on what's the why the f. b. i. is tracking people trying defines jisr substitutes this. I'm wrong damn now now. We gotta export him something. No no law. That means that something bad happened with large volumes of jews in an airplane at some point in your country's history. That's what that means. And i'm sorry i can't come on this plan with more than two fluid ounces. Just i'm sorry. Yeah you could bring the real jobs on. But not the factor is. You can't do that now. you can't do. The thing is the thing is martin. It turns out also has talents. Yes rose can talk to ghosts. Martin can hear ghosts which means you can also inhabit ghosts or goes him goes can have him and that's how you exercise them. She needs in order to exercise goes to goes needs to possess a body and then she'll talk to the spirit through the body and ask it to leave and it will go and get active jasmine. Yes and and a totally not gross way at all but this is a wonderful opportunity again. Because you're not dealing with ghostbusters or horror ghosts. You're dealing with irish town ghosts and in one case it is the garbage cans or the one garbage can the go. The garbage can is recycling. The green been of ads when rose then helps exercise them. It gives voice to these ghosts and you get to hear what their problem has been and in one case. It's just used and green ben instead of the blue bin then. Yeah that was the reason that goes to stick around. Yep also great seeing when the when the green starts parking at that woman and again everyone's say that phase again love it does. Since he has to inhabit the goes he gets to play like nine different characters. Yes three moves and sometimes rapid fire. Yes it is impressive. Yeah yeah very fun. Very fun stuff. I wonder how much of that must have been improvised versus actually written at least some of it because it's very quick and outlandish that's the kind of mid knowing that kind of stuff that might start with improv. But eventually you have to nail it down okay. So maybe maybe do a few scenes and pick out. That's the one right. write it down. Yeah yeah you need from the dancers. That's going to get confusing with the with the with the camera work through the camera work would have to change every time. He and occasionally problems. Yes the prop work in this again. Low props that just do the job. Yeah tell the story. And i think you were talking about the eco-design jars. It's it is your old strawberry jar that you wash it and put under the cupboard and the applesauce jar. That still had some chrome minutes. What else you can start your jason. Well i would think prescription bottles urge is containment devices. That did notice the label. I did on the jars. What's from mcgovern's obviously famous famous film term if they obscure oh goffin's as supply yes at part of is. Yeah yes sorry that took a second for me to filter through because ultimately this actor eight the story co mcgovern but it is right like it's it's that's the kind of comedy that is just peppered throughout this entire movie in such a delightful way and that's what makes it so hard to talk about s- yeah to tell my favorite secrets. One is when rose is psyching herself up to go over to his house for the first time to deal with the floating daughter. And she's she's in dad's room collecting all the the vhs tapes and she's muttering to herself as a murderer. I'm totally on board the tapes. Am i going to do. And then we go over and we get to receive the girl and then we fought. Make the iphone and we say the world and we come back and then i'll have a little something to eat. Something like like a yogurt. I don't know i loved it. Just don't slaughter anybody again guy. And then behoves piece a yogurt. I i can't get over maeve higgins in this movie. I really really can't wonderful pro. What i also love about this. She's not a small girl not who you normally would see in the lead of a movie. She's not drop dead gorgeous. She's average at best and she's she's a big girl and not wants to. We make a fat joke. There's no joke. Her appearance about anything else through. I don't think there's any jokes about that kind of stuff throughout the entire film. No no mostly just about what she has. Or what prude. She is like for. Her sister makes fun of her. I love this. This is great. The horny says she's great. Yes that was something. I don't call me fanny taught to not to comment but this this is again. One of the throwaway lines sister's name is sarah sailor sailor and i don't remember it was martin or someone else's sailors that your real name she goes. It's a nickname. Don't ask me never mentioned again. But that's a real life taylor. I absolutely loved that. Because sailor just testing. That's my name. i'm not talking about it and there's all kinds of humor in when that's also the way someone with a name like that would treat it right like again. It's if you have one thing i bet you. That's super distinctive for me. It's my voice. It gets mentioned virtually every time. I'm on the phone with someone in a positive conversation That's because they can't see the they can't t the bare hands yeah. We don't know that the voice is actually coming from the beard. It's just all that it is an extra that extra sound proofing and stuff it. Just you know. It's all the testosterone in the beard and the in a couple of birds maybe a wolverine magpie. That was that was one. I normally pick up on that stuff early. And i missed that. For recurrent character magpie. Yeah the film right from the beginning in the opening scene. Where she's saying. I'm sorry i killed you daddy. At the gravesite. The magpies there yup something with the magpie. Yes and a wonderful. Wonderful wonderful heartbreaking zastava. I love i love the whole magpie segment segment. I was also thinking of you and that seen again with the father. We were you finding out what happened to daddy and what happened. Was there at this. They were trying to do an says and what happened was this was walking her dog. And the dog went down a pothole but the pothole was some kinda vortex to another dimension to the dogs lost in there so they had to go said. We can't really save the dog all we can do. Make sure that gets to the other side properly. So the father inhabits dog not knowing there's also a pothole spirit. I'm going. This is how michael. How his beard works isn't it. Michael has a pothole spirit living in his beard. This second everything in just a second everything pretty much. That's what it is. But that's that's again it's a wonderfully silly and emotional scene because you've got the father inhabited by both a dog a small white and a final and this actor has to somehow show you that which he does with great a plum and she's telling the thing is this whole happens. It's happening in the middle of the road. Of course what happens is he's a dog so he's she's like animals birds always unpredictable and the spirits refining and the dog went in the midst dogs in the middle of the role. Mandalorian came in the lawyer awards and he was dead and there was a magpie magpie. Was she emotional story and she's crying and just like doing the bird squawks ravaged wonderful sunny. I see what's going on. You know you just wanna read the me. You can get choctaw on. Hey that's not an all out. There is so stupid playing the audio for. It's wonderful but that's again that's that being able to do that. That is someone who has spent so much time. Probably as a writer sitting in small theaters telling silly jokes with their friends. Because you love doing it. Yeah yeah the whole. It's not funny to her because the thing was just a kid at the time but she forgot the words. Yes to the candidates. So that's why she blames herself. Yes she's supposed to be ten or eleven at the time to very young. Be taking on that kind of responsibility of being a ghost buster of time. Well i guess let child goes protective services child that works on our. How child goes labor. Laws work maybe that's the sequel lousy. They left the door open for a sequel love. I we'll get to that talk about it. i also love it. Had it had to well one minor character and a cameo for one of my favorite shows on netflix. Right now the irish comedy dairy girls. I haven't seen that one you need to watch. It's very funny brutally. Funny it's about Four irish girls growing up in northern ireland in the nineties before during during the troubles troubles. Yeah okay i was gonna. it's filthy. It's funny that the woman who was at the salon. Yeah telling me really boring stories about pictures and this person this person. She plays the non at their catholic school. And she's insane. She's wonderfully funny brutally funny character so it was very very and what's funny is. There's a character in derry girls. There's an uncle who is the most boring person on the the planet like every time it calls like. Oh god like he's trying to tell a story about how we got these two guys news house and tied him up and stole his car and he'll be talking about how tall they are in. This one was a slightly taller than the other. Be more than a millimeter. To and i was looking at the shoelace and they really was good thing that is using to shoot. Did you know. let the browns shoelaces that. I was telling you about last week but the white ones the white ones. They were tied me up. They were the ones to territory up and because the taller one was saying and it was only taller by that guy that guy that relative. She was him and plan him. And that the little details that you're just gonna murmur about endlessly shabaab mcsweeny and the other one is jamie beamers who played. I don't remember. I think it was brian who was sailors boyfriend at the all. The local councilmen yea. He plays somebody's he plays his. He's a recurring character on the show he runs. He runs our photoshop photo. Delivery photo developing shop. Who insists that you need that ticket. Being people in the pictures like red ticket all four people standing right here. I have two daughter's wedding which you and your in the pictures for you. Got these awful dummy. Teeth is character in this. He plays a local councillor out on a date with sailor. When all of the stuff with a satanic cult comes to a head boy does it. Yeah jack along. What's happening is that sarah needs to be. Sacrificed during the blood moon and her body is going to float to where it needs to go. This is one of the funniest scenes in the entire film for me. I love it because it's the world's slowest is now. This is comedy and again. This is comedy that you're gonna find locally it's comedy you're gonna find from people like will forte. Exists to do comedy not going to see it in a lot of major films. It's the holding a joke for the american audience. Michael scott on the office midway through the run would not hammer would just settle on him. And you'd watch him and you okay. That's the end of the joke. Okay that's the end of the joke. And then when he gets to the point of this isn't funny anymore and starts to come back around. that's when it gets cuts. It's one of those types of you. They'll our day. Yeah so it's a standing scene of a car chase of the the seat missile and the ghost crew chasing after the floating body of this virgin teenager whose floating like a two miles an hour so they're having fallen behind just putting along button along and did that did that. And it just it holds that scene and it's one of those ones. It just makes you laugh. It was created to do that and it works and it also kind of helps tell the story more that this is this intense life and death situation. But it's still mundane but it's also justified. It can't be a fast car chase. They can't make any big moves because if they wake her up she's gonna explode so they have to just follow along quietly at fight quietly and their shushing each other the whole time. It's it's just so what we started. This patrick you mentioned this to. How hard is the talk about. A movie like this because it's about the characters and their interactions. Now very rarely. Do i tell people you should go see a movie. This movie again if you like comedy if you like just good storytelling if you're into hor and you're looking for something lighter or something to you know dampened paladin bits and this is the movie this this one. I'm going to keep my rotation for years to come. I hope i love pussy. Stephanie rotation micah my rotation is deep. It has seven minutes see. Now you've ruined it now you've ruined it now you who are you. How are you talking baseball. You're talking seven seven nine. And what is that canadian baseball. Is that now that we're talking about my pitching rotation so catcher. I know the last time someone asked me. I said i'm a power bottom because it felt right to say no. That's not claim to if you can't back out. I don't know what they mean. I'm so waspy. I'll show you some day it's disgusting. We'll go to the big ice cream shop again and we can sit down and added ice cream. We just need a couple more snow cones. We can explain. Hey the ice cream is not that gay. So we've we have this wonderful chasing and the climax just keeps on building and building and building. Yeah and they keep piling lag time and now we're starting to get the special effects. Showcase even is nothing by hollywood standards but in the in the context of the movie it's fabulous and well-done all accurately enough. It's exactly exactly. Yeah it's not over the top. They didn't feel the entire thing in a green room. Now it's it's just they just do just enough so you can see and feel what's happening in the team and move on. Yeah i i have to say. The damon shows up at the end. Yeah which was sacrifice goes wonky and not the way you think is gonna walkie. It goes walk in a couple of different ways. And the demons shows up and the way of manifest as simple but terrifying. Yes and that's i think one of the things that they do so well throughout this is they show how some of these things are. Simple so again. How was a garbage cans scary. It's not but i just wanted to barking at you. They do such a good job of that. And it reminds me actually reminds me a lot of Dave made as in that this sets ends up playing a role and the simplicity of how they tell. The story plays a role in this one. I think yeah been all special effects. The comedy wouldn't shine the characters wouldn't shine because you're just looking at all of those special effects is the okay this sidebar way back when i was in a test audience ghostbusters. Oh long before it released that. They wanted to make sure it was funny. So they showed a print with minimal special effects. That's interesting yeah. That makes was still funny. Yeah so the only a better but it was really easy to just squash everything. Yeah but through much special effects and this is just just and it's always perfectly even the final line. The final couple of lines of donald are funny physics behind for twenty and it's heartfelt and it actually sparked conversation of. Why did they choose that. And i don't know if there is a specific reference. That i missed or is just such a great way to and that seem it's a great way because that's exactly what she would say. Yes it's true. This is what i was thinking. It's very one of the things. I wanna take back. Walked back a bit since. This is the podcast i talk about. What's gay this movie I know i know it's martin's body is a fucking power lesbian and she's a fucking drag queen. I love how the whole thing is martin. We all know. I one of the obstacles is like she when she first comes to the how rose i comes to the house and says we need to start exercising goes and he's a wall. Gosh where we're going to get one. Isn't the woman who just to replace. My head goes living in your house right now. He can't come. he can't come to grips with saying goodbye to his wife. Yeah it's part of the problem and you know it's gonna eventually going to have to happen so said he has to inhabit all these who bonnie shows up. She's fucking amazing. Every touch cigarettes is pops out of sunny. I see what's going on. Hey y'all find my no you just want that means you get duct tape pas on him. That's not oh. I is mine. Know where it just happened immediately. I love her. She's she's she's got a foul mouth. I'm like i can't believe he married her. But i love you. Marcin admires him love. I do you remember your wedding day. Do you remember what you told him. No and then she gets bazi get body gets them lesbian sex in sex. Those are yeah that works. It's an oddly sex positive movie in the end. It's a very sex positive movie. Yeah i just love him bodies just up. She calls rosa whore. That's what my parents say. That's the dirty hoover on your yep. She's done nothing. She said nothing. She just being supportive to her. Excellent st no. Nobody knows bonnie. Nobody knows you. You got you know you're making moves on my man you're pretending you'd be all sweet and innocent and oh i couldn't possibly but no i know his body and she's right she's right. Body knows everything buddies. The no all lesbian others fell. I love her. Also i think a christian whitten winter sucked decks instead of marrying. That girl everything would have been better. Yeah i could see that. You've never gone satan satanism. He wouldn't have been in that wig. The gloves when he gets in. The i was when i was talking about holding the scene for comedy this is another one of those moments and will forte is one of the few american actors. I see do this regularly and do it well. He holds the entire audience captive while he puts on a pair of gloves and it is whole areas. And also what makes i also think it's great to on maids roses side of things very irish things like i'm learning. Sit here and watch you do this and you can see. I'm very irritated and kind of uncomfortable. By how long does this taking. But i'm not gonna say a fucking word. Everything's great offshore. Are we ready now. Find as soon as you're gone. I'm going to be everybody at the seventy five minutes to put on a pair of second goes but at the. It's always sure that very irish certain. Find and i'll tell you one other thing that people might be wondering about. Is the accents. Because i know we talked very briefly about that. I think you. I sent me the message for the film is it is an irish film with predominantly irish actors. I didn't have any trouble with the accents for most. I think it was the old man they visit. Who has all the different ghosts around his property. If you recall the guy with the ginger werewolf yes that guy. I had a bit of trouble twelve. And there's all there's all kinds of goes that we're not going into this many many adventures. I mean we have. I mean what are they gonna do. I mean how i mean how. How are they going rain in cocoa puff. Grandma cross seven tears. Ginger wear will. There's many many obstacles that we're not getting into the size these also. What is one of but what we didn't say when these extra citizens were done how the exigencies manifest itself is that martin has to bar up which doesn't sound funny but he plays really well. Yeah and again got to point out. It looks real specific. It totally come. It's totally totally this. These these had come out before the okay. Now i came. I can go come and go. Hey coming go exorcism. Thank you as opposed to an at flex wiper system which i thought was another great also it needs an ex wife or schism. I need chew of those sure. Do but what was. I going to say that the montage with collecting all these various ghosts what i love. We don't do into huge detail with the exactly what happened. But you'll just see the end result but martin the brexit and all of its come and always in the background. There's two people doing something wonderfully monday. Like cocoa puffs eating french fries or just talk about paying no attention to this guy. Who's at the super chill disgusting thing happen to not even noticing we'll check texas love. Why that's a wonderful. This is normal. This is on a coast that we're going to exercise it and you're gonna puke it up and we'll move on. This is the fifth one today. Yeah it's just day-to-day for her and that's actually i. It makes me think that there's a lot of it. Feels like there's a lot of sketch comedy behind this because the characters all seem to have one major thing about them. She wrote for national lampoon radio hour. You know sketch comedy. Yeah right but that's it for me. That's very familiar of. There's one thing about this character. He's a normal guy for this one thing and that is a wonderful game to play is a writer and a performer to walk out and just let people find it. This one weird thing about you and for rose. it's just. She's an average quiets. Humble person who happens to be able to speak to ghosts who's access. Yeah and those little things like every time he references like a major heart movie. Something all i can go never read it. Yes no idea what it means. Oh you mean the never met him. Yeah she's no idea. There's no pop. Culture references wonderful wonderful comedies. Like small comedies. Like the i love the scene in the. What's the name of it bargains galore. She got the advice from her sister to stock martin and see if he likes her so she stopped him into the bargain store where his daughter works and she. He's talking about her daughter. Her stealth moves. She walks in with the mapa for information is like oh up my house ing monty python voice. If i've ever heard too much like having stupid but it was small. It wasn't the focus that is in the background. Or you didn't and her following him he. She's a floor feet behind the guy the entire time. He's following him. Can we talk about the willie. Stick the virgin definition run. Have you seen it. There's an ornate fallas carved into one end the stick really stick. It will point to purity italia how tau christian winter finds the virgins to sacrifice. It's this. I think he said that seven hundred year old carved out of mahogany with a fallacy top. His his wife goes. Oh you mean the willies. Tickets over there and how it finds people how it finds. The verdict is hilarious but rose runs into him. Yes was ashes coming out of the barking up as she's after she's talking and goal christie whitman a big fan all your grand. She sees the stick and she's like. Oh willie did jovic g touches it for a second that after the scene's over she sniffs her fingers in two minutes later and she's like what is the willie stick smell like that's disgusting favored exchanges in. I'll play the as well as when he gets a christian. Winter takes a driving lesson with her as well because he realizes that she's a witch and he says wonderful dialogue. oh who is watching defects wonderful. He uses his wonderful antiquated language. All the time which is very funny but she gets. He gets in the conscious. Oh i know you. I met you outside. The bargains galore. And he's like. Oh the slaughterhouse. No bargain shopping. He casually drop his drops references and again he is a perfectly pleasant individual. Who happens to be a satanist who wants to kill people and wants to push his cassette single. Oh yeah some things he's been working on here has said if things that i can working on its autographed and it's in lieu of payment for this lesson payment. That was the best part he pulls up to an okay. Great thanks thanks. Yeah pulls up to an actual castle pays with a hands again. It's not a cassette like we would go to the store and buy in the eighties. It's the one that you would pick up. A radio sheds blank blank. Zet just scribbled on little things like that who even has a tape recorder to play it back on that now. Although to be fair she did have a full. Vhs library television setup but she knew well enough to lug it. The whole crtv set up to martin's house because she knew damn well that he was going to have a vcr to watch tapes weather. That's true little things like that. This one of we are not going into the end of the movie. Because it's a carnival crazy. It's the whole thing will rose be able to save sarah for being sacrificed. Will the blood moon clamming other victim. Will bonnie be exercise. Will the day be saved. Will they be able to do before the chinese food arrives. That comes up a few times. Yeah it's very important chinese. It's going to be very important. One of my favorite things get was the throwaway. There's a carnival crazy going on and to make it even crazier rose's sister sailor. Sailor who mentioned earlier is a million months pregnant. Yes so of course. During the finale when demonic shit is happening everything's gone the world's coming to of course she's in labor. Yeah and her date for the evening who is accepting everything really well as also not having to deliver this baby. Yes he's he's he's got his head originally like oh god there's something coming out the baby. No oh joke. The miracle of childbirth sisters video. I know i wanna see your pussy explode. Show me the cute baby once. He's been cleaned. Thank you i don't need to see i don't need to see you get wrecked. Let's see what you ate nas blow before. No no i don't like you anyway. I don't like your face yeah. I don't wanna be around you when you're giving me money at christmas rb near you're like thinking about like. Does you genuinely whistle and the windmill sure seems to me. You lived your life like a jonah and the wind We've taken a turn michael. The ending is so amazing. Though it's again it's not where you think it's going to go consul. This movie excels at is humor. Take you places you don't expect to go and if you are at all like myself or patrick and it's been a bit of a dark year dan. This is one of those wants to put on. Have a glass of whatever you like or a bowl of whatever you like and just enjoy have some fun. It's a feel good movie. Even though there's a body count because even those body count you don't always people you see them go. They need to go into the. They're happy exits happy ending. That's i don't want to say that you don't wanna see you wash you. Get to see them have happy endings. And they see martin throw up spit it out. Yep he spits he spits. Won't normally it swallow. But you know you give the girl the facial head to give the team at the underage girl a facial facto. Well this movie got where it all of a sudden grew. Well that's what makes it extraordinary one of the things. I learned about the movie as well at the beginning of the movie when you see rose driving around in her roses driving school car the telephone number if you turn it upside down and his five three seven. Eight zero zero. Eight tending is boobs bo. Another eight zero. That's good fun. I get it. Not which by the way which most definitely not. No no it definitely comes across as a movie of that was written by a group of people who just love each other in love with baidu at. That's it and it. It's it's the first major effort from Directors out mike ahern and and Lohman and the fact that it looks great. It looks like a million bucks. It doesn't look low budget. No it looks wonderful. And again you've got enough will forte in there. Who is he has star power. But you know when he takes on a project. It's because there's something a little weird about it. That man does not do normal and he knows how to find diamonds in the rough and this is absolutely one of them and he makes. He makes the abnormal normal than another actor christian winter. The way he did it would have been so over the top. It wouldn't have been the three d character. But i totally get kristen. Winter egg he is over. It's just is what it is. Yeah except all of that. And it's the absolute absolute dedication to the character. Which again and that's i think. One of the reasons we got to see maeve higgins Do so well in this is she may have been kind of playing herself to a degree. And that's another one where you look at films where they brought in the writers to play part roles and stuff. It's like you know what you actually just happened to have the natural delivery we want for this going to call back to the office because everyone has access to it but toby flender steam but dog shake toby. Slender seen who plays the hr guy. He's actually one of the writers on the show and he just has personality. Naturally they thought you know what that would kind of be funny to put you in there and they did and it works now make sense. Who's going to know material better than the writer. Exactly probably the director quote all of the all of the writers that directed that mike. You need to cut this. Got this got this got this got best thinking that as a writer you know some wendy would would on. The paper. doesn't actually sometimes work always makes no. It doesn't silly performs telling me what to write. That's why i just do improv. My my experience as a news writer. Though so i'm you still fighting for a line. I'm had screaming matches actual screaming matches with managers and advertising managers about two lines on a page i got. I got in newsprint which nobody cares. Nobody cares nobody cares. We've lost them. We've lost the michael. Mary edged ordinary is an extraordinary film. I loved it. I don't know why it's not out there. It doesn't makes it. This movie should be on. Everyone's watch lists and they should be calling their streaming service or their local theater and demanding. It gets some time. Yeah yeah. I mean well maybe not now. Maybe you got movies up there. But we don't have movies down here either. Yeah as well. We shouldn't but now i mean the fact that it's not an any streaming services at all. It's just bizarre. I figured this is prime. Hulu shit yeah. Yeah absolutely illicit. Happen to be dave made. I'd like i said i was. I was talking to michael before. I my friend. Michael who were talking about earlier just watch. Dave made a maze. And i had to give him my copy because it's not streaming anywhere again. It was on hulu and they bumped it. It's a great movie got damaged people. Don't this this is a this is gay. But it's always always been. My goal is well to paul your attention to shit that you will notice otherwise because michael. I'm sorry i'm going off on a tangent now because this is something that drive you crazy. I mean all these these various har- groups and a plot goes my mind some some lazy ass. Who can now google anything. I need some recommendations for something to watch and people will recommend the same goddamn movies over and over. I need something new that i never seen before. And it's the same ten movies over and over again come on now. I'll be like you should watch this and nobody listens. How about this. nobody listens. Check the gems out there that you just don't know about and that's i'm great. I'm great gold pave. All i appreciate it and made only from you but you know what. That's that's a real struggle right now again. Is we all have a lot of time to be sitting in looking at their streaming devices. This is one to look for. This is something that's gonna make you laugh. It's going to be something he remains. Were at the rental. Yeah you know you. You can feel good about putting down three ninety nine to rent this. You will have a great time absolutely and if not you can beat michael up i welcome it in fact yeah because because i punch bam you sucked into the bear. I don't have to go hunting that night. If you just try and get my beard. Just get sucked right in. I get to chill out and order in so be it. Great beer new need flesh beard. One consume all. It could start with my ass what happened. Okay michael how it has been an absolute back greens. We didn't talk about what goes on roy. Defender radio defender. Radio is where i get to interview people but wildlife and animal issues that i Find important it's not quite as fun as this. But if you're looking for more fun you can also look at the time and other bothers where i play a flightless fairy in an rpg podcast. And because i can't do accents. I just lead is a flightless ferry myself. I'm saying know. It's all about representation. Michael seconds dick's. If you're going to be playing that five flightless ferry without me writing angry letters to you know buzzfeed could use the publicity actually change dot org petition demanding. Michael how sucks. It wouldn't be the first time that a lot of angry people want to suck dick's so my able to mike is like yes. Yes maybe the my fan club is going. Bananas michael's been absolute pleasure. Having you on the show today. Thank you for being here. Please continue cool and stay safe up there in the great white north which is really not what. Well it's nor didn't candidate in canon candidate disa- can't why don't we make things fancy. When am i still talking. I don't know thank you i love. You can't wait to do it again. Whenever says those two things together to make those three things. Like i love you and that was really weird. Lose my number. I'm moving to cuba big deal for us. We can just go to cuba whenever we want. And let me tell you those cigars just end on that. Be going sometimes just as guard. Let's end on. That were never going to get out of here. Thank you michael halley. I love you too in a way to bans on my face face to face all right once again i want to keep my sincerest and warm squishy. Thank you to mr michael. How it's always such a delight to have you on the show and it's always just the light you period and be sure to check out michael overrun defender radio. When you can't if you love animals you just can't get enough of that big handy dropping basso voice of his and speaking of panty dropping. You want to know what made my panties hit the floor this week. No patrick really down. But you know what. I'm going to tell you anyway. So just deal with me and that person would be kevin w have his whole name here. But i'm not saying just because i'm discrete and stuff. Kevin lead to review on pod chaser. This was a while ago. This is back. Goon gosh october of two thousand. Nineteen when we were just starting on pod chaser and i didn't have a lottery visa. I think i still don't have a lot of reviews there. But kevin was among the first and kevin gave me five stars in kevin said how have only two people his amazing delve into the world of horror. Patrick is a wonderful host with years of experience at both horror anti-gay under his rainbow belts. We love you. Thank you like eva. Gabor showed up at the end of that's fabulous. Thank you make you make you have lots of experience both horror and being gay about to put that second one on my resume from now on. I thought of that. I really appreciate that kevin. You made my day made me giggle. I mean i loved it. At the time i love it again now. So here's the thing is. I am officially horry myself reviews. Some of us would really help me right now. I'm trying to score a sponsor and they're really interested in podcast reviews exit. I don't get that many. I know forever and a lot of you already left them. But here's the thing. If you use this particular site love the podcast dot com. You can leave a review here on just about any partic- platforms have already left one and you can leave one on chaser or on google podcasts or on cashbox or on podcast addict you put them just spend anywhere. You can double down. What's in it for me patrick. Well i'll tell you you could win big. Yep that's right because i'm announcing count. Yes everybody who leaves review from now until the end of march we'll be entered to win a digital copy of the four and a half hour documentary into iconic eighties horror films and search of darkness volume. One gets. all you have to do is go to love the podcast dot com slash kriens. Pick any one of those platforms and review and to be wise words wise. Shoot me a note and let me know that you did it. Because there's a lot of you have like. You're not like kevin w here now putting your whole name on here. You have fun little screenings. 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But but i'm very happy to announce it's going to be a very special month because you know the way things have been here in america for the past couple of years and also working on friday the thirteenth series over on dan lewis has made me really appreciate how absolutely fabulous candidate is and how fabulous canadian horror is so april will be onscreen. Greens officially canadian hotter appreciation month. He oh canada. We think you're fucking rats. The movies that we are going to cover for canadian appreciation. I'm gonna continue that tradition. That i started with giancarlo up back in october. When i said we're going to do one really famous one and one not so famous but fabulous hidden gem. So for the big one. We're going to be doing the ultimate romantic slasher my bloody valentine and then things are gonna get weird and get creepy because for the sleeper hit. Or you're talking about pen- have you haven't seen penn. It's really weird and very uncomfortable. 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Do It yourself home. Remedies alternative energy survival is a schooling and more. Those details for found online at the homestead dokku route. This is the liberty beat Howard by the SNL S. network SNL S, network DOT com. I'm Mike Moreau reporting for the liberty beat reminding you spread liberty with a smile being being precise. Being clinical in they're not having a driver in. Do not hinder driver into the net I I call it a hybrid hidden You're not chipping it. You're driving it. Know what you're doing with the ball and you can still hit hard. You can still hit a firm but put it put where you want. Does it natural for you now just sort of reading where the ball is going to go, because when I think about you and I'm a huge Dennis Rodman Fan, I think about Dennis Rodman the rebounder. 'cause like he knows where the ball the spin the movement. He knows where it's GonNa end up when it comes out of somebody's hand. Do you feel like in the box? You know you don't have to think as soon as you see across as soon as you see movement. You're like it's coming here. That's where I'm going. Mean I I really do believe that there's some kind just instinct. I feel it I know where it's going. I think that I am very lucky. My perception depth perception, and being able to judge where it's going right off the foot of across and also just study my teammates. I know their tendencies I no. Way They plant next to the ball where the ball's going, and it's just so it's Yeah, it was really cool as we mentioned watching the last dance and watch Rodman hit. It is a science. It was really cool to see him break down in. It yeah, it really is science, said sometimes I take for granted. Close you out on, if San Jose. Earthquakes wins the AMAS back tournament. Why will it be? you know I think then we actually have a great death. You know I, think that. One to twenty, eight, one to thirty we, we have guys that can step in and know the system and build a plug in and out and with a tournament like this I think that that's what that's crucial, and I think that there will always be yellowcard cumulation red cards injuries. There's going to be tired and special here it's you're going to need the whole team and I think that we have a great Levin. I think we have a great fourteen, especially with with now five subs. We have a great sixteen, but I think we have a fabulous thirty and I think that's going to be a crucial thing. Come in. Late in the tournament all right Wando your honor, I think I'm GonNa, call you based on your whole team. We gotta like the Red Carpet. Properly appreciated right. It's great to talk to. You. Man Good luck down there stay safe either way. I just WanNa add I have Wanda's Jersey from the first goal he scored. We traded kits that. Garden National Soccer Hall of fame. Right there, that's okay. That's my 401k. Vessel. Share that. Let's talk to the head coach. Of Columbus crew, see Kayla Border Caleb welcomed extra time. Take my mask here, guys! And say. Hey guys how you doing. We're doing good. We're doing good good to see your face. How is life in the bubble? Caleb walk us through what you're doing day to day how you feel the experience. Yeah it's actually been a given US good peace of mind over less several days. This is our third day now. And you know first impressions are everything right and the first impression was was really good down here in a gave our players like a said, great be so mind soon as we got off the boss, everything organized right into the testing. And then right into our rooms. We knew we're in our rooms quarantine. Until he got the test results back, and we were able to order room service from there and then obviously once we got the tests back, we were able to train, so we train that evening, and then we've been in a rhythm and really the only difference I've seen in. We're trying to make it as normal as possible is. Everybody's wearing masks and you're getting tested. That's really the only big differences of being in the bubble. All Right? Let's talk about what you can control your team. The Columbus Crew Caleb I picked you win on every platform. We have been on video in print. They've Gospel up. There Columbus crew my picks, and then you come out, and you say I look at it, and it's the first three games of the most important and then the next four games in the knockout stage. It's an Open Cup essentially could win this ornament comeback and get injured and not make the playoffs that would be viewed in my opinion as festival season Caleb killing me here. I wish you told me this before. But what are we supposed to take from that? And what does that mean for this team? I didn't say we didn't WANNA win Thurman in A. We do want to win the tournament, but I think you have to look at it. as really two situations, because if you're going to have the first three games count towards something different than a tournament. Then, of course you have to approach those first three games. you know with the understanding of? What is that means raw grew and especially coming off of a long break. You know it's really important that those first three games, everybody understands that it's a part of the big picture of the regular season, and of course our priority of winning MLS Cup. So. The good news is the best case. Scenario will be nine points, which would mean, we'd have obviously a good position going into the four games after that and we will approach those games just like we do an open cup. We never try to lose open cup. We WanNa win an open cup. We WanNA win every round in Oakland. Cup I just thought that. That was a good analogy. Because ultimately, it's very similar. What's at stake? Cecile prize money all those things, and so are group's definitely don here to win it, but when we get out of the Group for sure we have to look at. How are group's health is in how we manage especially that first game because it's pretty quick after the group stage. Can I ask you? What changes in your mindset from what we know and what you know in a regular season, a normal world and this can your team in July of twenty twenty play style soccer. You thought they were gonNA play in February and March. How will the five subs change the way you think about tactics or man management me? What is what is different in your mind now that you would have never had to think about right. It'd be. It'd be naive to think it's not going to be different. It's going to be different. You know there are a lot of. Considerations on that that we have to think about. Being off only having you know a shortened amount of time full team training of the heat the game times. The time in between games you know all those things, even the psychology of just kind of being here you know it. It's different and it's new for everyone. None of us have been in the situation. So you have to embrace that it's different in new. You have to every day. think outside the box you have to. I think challenge yourself in the staff to think outside the box in the to make the right decisions every single day. It's not like a normal season where you've gone through it. You kind of have your way at work in. You have your patterns that you go through You know it's different in, so we've we've I. Think done a good job trying to think about everything in factor in our preparation factor in how it's different you know for example. We came down a week earlier planned because we saw. That was really important to get a friendly game in. I couldn't I. Couldn't fathom going into a regular season game if really points are at stake for regular season? Am Less Cup of plan our first game without planning opponent, and so not saying that's going to better prepare US anybody else, but in Arkansas rations. We felt like that was really important to come a week earlier and so we made that decision. We are training at night down here. We feel like it's really important to kind of get used to. An evening rhythm, and getting up later in and ultimately we feel that's an important decision in our preparation. Because a ten thirty game is not a game time that we've ever played in, so we need. The players get used to that. Not just a first regular season game coming up after a layoff gala. Rival, Urine Ohio, guy we are not. We don't know this as well explain to us what the Hell is real robbery means, and maybe what this Disney mls back tournament version of it will look like. Yeah it! It's really important this rivalry. It's bragging rights in our state. You know when you look at the the two Communities Columbus Cincinnati. There's there's there was already a bit of a rivalry. Forget you know the MLS teams playing each other in so when now you put your team into that situation, vote against you know thirteen from their city It's massive for everyone force. But. It's important for us as well and we had a tasted that last year. It was really fun to be a part of obviously we had the better of, but they're going to have and I, told the players this. They're going to have a bit of a chip on their shoulder of a new manager. They've spent the money they have some. Really. Good players that they've signed. The roster's improved in psychology always when? You're the team that didn't win the last one. That's an easy motivational piece to be able to say. Hey, let's get these guys back, so we're aware that I think it'll be. It'd be a good game you know, and also you factor in it's the first game, so no teen in. I was going to be perfect in that first game, not GMS fully ready probably for ninety minutes at the level you WanNa be at. You've got these five subs. We don't completely ops downs going to do in terms of putting his team out, so there's some mystery there as well so it's GonNa. Be Fun. We'll do it. We always do plan for what we know, and then we'll be ready to make adjustments. Can I ask you to be direct about the five subs as a coach as someone who studies the game and has to make these decisions when you saw that rule change. What went through your mind? Yeah I mean I thought it was a good thing under the circumstances. You know when you're playing games again. Where you're coming off a big break It's important that you have those extra couple. SAABS immediately when that rule change was implemented in, you saw it happened in the boonies. My thought was. It's GonNa Change half halftime subs. You know when you look at Managing Kinda rotations in loads. You can pretty much do three subs you know in no, you still have your two subs tactical match state that you would normally make and so I think they're going to be a Lotta halftime subs with three sometimes, maybe even four guys coming in where you lead pre planet and you know. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA start this way and then bring on these three or four guys at half time to change the game. When you think in that, you know in terms of your ability to change your team more. Does that change so often? We see this guy only has thirty five minutes in him, so he comes on in the sixty fifth minute. Does this give you the option to start a guy like that and maybe then take him off at half-time. Yeah, thank you, look at the three games, and you look at the opponents and you look. Each game individually, but also the game that's next as well and how you're gonNA determine who starts the next game? Who Rotates in the next game? So you know when you look at the three games, there's a lot of planning not just for the first, but the second and third. Because you know in that second game now you have the third game quickly around the corner. so you know you'll be able to count also predict with teams. Maybe what's around the corner? When you see who they start, they be on first and second games. Look on, we have to ask you about this guy. I mean it was gonna be. I thought a pleasure to watch him week to week, and then it got taken away from us like so many other players correct me if I'm wrong I, believe you were part of the process of scouting and bringing gig Valeri to Portland. We'll something about Argentine. Tens take us inside. The process was on and if you can, if it's applicable. Is there a sort of MLS equivalent that bans here might be able to say okay. His style of play the way he sees the game what he'll do in Taleb system looks a little something like this. Obviously was a part of the process of signing Diego Valeri is one of the first signings that had when I took job on I really. Feel in my game model, and my philosophy that it's important to have a number ten you know I know it's getting in some cases lost in certain systems and but I really I think it's a key to how my teams the vision that I have from my teams, and so you look at Diego, Valeri and how we? Played Him, you know we. We knew in losing. People which is a big loss. Obviously great player did a lot for the club You know that we needed a a true number ten to come in, and it was a great process myself at Onstad Tim. Best Pachenko, our director, Scouting Neil McGuinness niece atoll. It's collaborative decision. You know we're not gonNA. Sign a guy unless we all sign off on them. Of course there's the budget piece, but from my standpoint vision. That I have for the team needs to come into play, which is very important but but I think in Tim and Pat. We see the game very similar. Similarly, it was a really easy decision, and we needed a guy that could score bowls. You know. And Drake goals and we needed a guy. Also that could help in the build up. You know provide that the brains of our team, but then also on the other side of the ball. We need an honest player. We can't have a luxury guy, so it's not an easy player to find. But when when I first saw Lucas Selah ran when he was presented, and then I flew over to watch him train and met with him in person. I knew that he was the guy and he hasn't disappointed. He's a great player is good pro Any brings all those things. He checks those boxes. No doubt Darlington Nagbe be as your guy. You know based on the reporting of you. Guys wanted him a full year. In advance. You went out and spent the allocation money I'm not gonNA call him your security blanket, but it feels sort of like every step along the way you guys find a way to be together, so what every coach has their. We know that what makes Darlington you're what made it so important to get him to Ohio. What does he change for you soccer? What's? There are a lot of guys around the League that I've coached there. Guys you know that that I've enjoyed working with So one of the things I always say when I when I bring a player just because I've worked in the past doesn't mean on bringing him because I know and I've worked in the past because there's a lot of other players that I don't choose to bring. That I've worked with in the past with Darlington, it's he's. He's my guy because he's one of the best midfielders in the league, so first foremost. If I never knew him, I would want on every team. I coach because I think he's the best rhythm midfielder in the League. The analytics showed at. You possession numbers go up which we all know possession for possession. Sake means nothing, but when you look at his front half, possessing numbers is ability. To to maintain a rhythm tempo in our team, is second to none in the league, and he's also an underrated defender as well. He doesn't do it with tackling, but he doesn't with. Positioning and so I think. If you ask any coach in the League, they'd probably want Darlington Nagbe via their midfield so I'm no different. It does fair. That's where we're going for Kayla. We wanted to hear that that he's the best midfielder in the league and boom delivery all right. Thank you so much for your time. We know you gotta get going. Get Training stay safe. We look forward to seeing you guys that first game in hell Israel. Guys coming down here. Man. To do crowded Stupor Pretty Pretty, you guys we'll. We'll stay here. I got a kid a kid doing three weeks so not for me. Will be on the front lines here. No problem all right guys, thank you. Bye We finish up. Orlando with shown fell to Minnesota United Sinus offseason big celery. Do you Do you mind if we call you big celery or it can do whatever you want. Where did that come from? Can I just ask? How does that happen? I could give stories but I'll probably give you the truth for one I just had a terrible haircut one time. and. We had this media guy who's covering the crew and I get some. Fan had written me. On twitter came in the locker room. Steam in. You know Mike Out, dare. This guy called me Celery, and then the guys in the locker room just erupted in. It was probably the worst thing I did, but in hindsight it's pretty funny now. Yeah, that's one that you try to keep on the low. You Get mad, but you don't tell anybody. You know at the time. It is what it is, so I watched I'm seeing the guys in Dallas. The experience like how are you keeping it loose? Do you feel safe? Boost the guy who's kind of keeping you guys? Yeah obviously all the stuff. Dallas is coming out In a I don't know too much about their situation, but down here I mean our group. We feel safe You know it hasn't been bad. We've mostly been gaming the whole time. We have a war zone all day. I. Don't know it's not it's not bad. I mean we're all we know. The situation isn't great. I'm just trying to make the most of it Yeah, I mean. We just hours and hours and hours of games right now, so. Sore. Yeah, no, can I tell my kid. The more you watch TV the more you're is. You're GonNa hurt so maybe take. He's two and a half, but. How do you get to know your your teammates? In the short time that you had because you're there? Then you're gone now you're back. It's not you've been in this team for two yeah. obviously Ethan I. We put together a lot in Columbus four years together so that was pretty easy for me to come to Minneapolis having him there like keenum Mike on a go to guy. but you know it's a great group. I'm really close to Tyler Robin brand. you know it's a really tight group. Overall out of the young guys are all bought in You know it's probably the most collective group been apart of long time. WHY MINNESOTA WHY MLS? Why did I come back? I Dunno I cry, Say News Oh for awhile, but a follows a good moment you know. I had a good offer from Minnesota and also coming at the end of my contract in Tel Aviv and I WANNA get closer to Abbey and a good fit for my situation. Why did why did you go to Israel I know that the crew? You're like you're coming off the bench lot. You're starting some you play. A Little Dayton, but kind of take us through that decision making process when it happened. Where were you as a player as a person? Why was it right? So yes, all the Israel stuff kind of started coming up in October of that fifteen You're going to the playoffs that year we made it up. and I just wanted I. Okay I knew guy was Eric I was scoring every game and I knew I wouldn't get a a lot of minutes coming forward and so I just wanted to go somewhere where I could you know consistently play and you know, try to make a name for myself and just really give it my all and. So ended up getting a call from In Israeli agent, you know he said you know the of the Law of Return with all Yang you can come. In I kinda though not I joke, but it kind of became more serious and more serious and. I was actually in Key West after the Mosque Cup. With all the guys from. Columbus. Thing down there, and they kept calling me on my guy. If you book a flight, I'll get on the flight and go anyways. I'll went from key west at a carry on suitcase in four straight over and. Things, just turning in Netanya. they were. Offered me, but they were cash. straps of the plan was to sell me. And was sold after two games there, and then once Paul and Things kept turning turning ten goals in this first twelve games in all the stuff with mcabe started taking place than in I. Just it just all worked outright. Better than ever could have imagined we'll get to the. He'll turn of Popov's mcabe in a second, but the life of tel-aviv living on the Beach Netanyahu author verse Columbus that that was for you shocking. Yeah, I mean! I went to Netanyahu, had been out in the snow Columbus this last three months, and was that I was in paradise. Believe it. And, then you know assigned Natanya and I took one trip to Tel Aviv one afternoon. I was like Oh my God, this is. It's like fantasy land in Tel Aviv. Anyway. Getting sold there so I was so happy at the moment, so hold on I gotta ask. TINGLES Games. Maybe you explode on the scene. Changes overnight. Chain I think a lot of. Young Americans especially attacking players in this league. You of foreign guys coming in DP's You know it's pretty hard to get confidence. You know you know pretty much. No matter once you go in and score five six games in a row pretty hard to be a consistent starter as an American attack employer say the nine of the ten position. I went there a little bit of luck. Essentially I went to a poll. My first touch ever for the club. My scored a chip on mcabe in the Derby and you know in something like this just ignites. You know from there I. Remember Feeling Every time I was in front of goal. If the ball would come out with scores, she's like in that kind of form. You know and I wouldn't say play my best soccer, but just in front of goal. I was so sharp in so. I WANNA. Say on fire, but I don't know what the right term is. You just felt so calm and confident. Every time he got the ball. I remember seeing your name and headlines and seeing the goal isn't being like whoa Aaron is doing so. That's on the field. Tell me off the field when you score ten twelve. You're in tel-aviv. How did your life change like day-to-day? It's a little different over there. soccer players are century. The basketball NFL players here you know, and everyone knows who you are instantly and. I remember even when assigned before it's SORTA going away. People would stop me on the streets and I was was new to me. You know even if they know who you are in the American culture, it's pretty rare. This one's going to go out of their way to say hi to. Some? These moments at I were so surreal, Mike have. Does everyone know like I don't understand and. It's just such a different culture Use, the word idolize, but to so many kids look up to you and yours kind of such an impact on the on the entire culture. They're anno playing soccer. And I don't know that that stuff was so. I know so crazy to me. Even looking back down Kinda, like Basma rise to that actually was real. So I lived in Israel longtime. And I lived. There was the one year hop well one title and all. Hop well fans, so they would drag. Twenty ten to like errands Sherzer yeah exactly. Yeah. I'm unfortunately would drag me if I didn't drag you for going from. Oklahoma coffee because that's all anyone to talk about what we're going to talk to you, so. It was pretty brutal. I remember making the transition I. Was Pretty scared. I didn't understand really the ramifications of everything I was doing. GOING, bad, right? That's a good way to describe it. It, it depends on WHO's is you're looking at, but it was kind of like. The sacred thing you weren't really allowed to do and. Fully committed to leaving. And I made the decision. There was no turning back, but I remember one zero some lawsuits going on between oil, but and they came to my door. They spray paint my house on the outside I wasn't sleeping at home for probably. At least two weeks to a month. I remember I was staying at friends houses. who weren't? I? Don't know that somehow they got my address and so all the ultra game. All the stuff was spray painted that. What's? What's the moment when you're like? Oh this is real like, was it? The spray paint was. Was that the lawsuit remember? ooh, Oh, I. Remember, so we did A. Did A team thing also Paul in I'd already there I? Had A lawsuit. Interim new after the team thing that the loss was coming at like twelve was the time of the soups dropped with the team in the morning in I had just had. You know it's just a big moment? Everything's about the change in your life and remembering that moment. thinking like this is crazy when lawsuit head. I just turned my phone off and I drove I drove up to Netanyahu to a family baron stayed for a couple of nights and then. Yeah it was crazy. Would you do it again? I love mcabe. It was the best three years in my life. I spend their PLANO's. Involved in that club on like so thankful, unfortunate from everywhere from the kid man or to the chefs to everyone, the fans, and it was some of the most unbelievable people I've ever met. You choose to come to. Laws. The lover. Newsreel to one that you see in training and. Yeah. It must really high I'd say the main difference. I saw the roster. McCarthy was so deep. You know because all the European would have, and you had to have twenty four guys. 'cause there was sixty five games, a season or something going on to just so much daft, but the players in Alaska Aussie really high level The American game has grown so much. Ethan were just having a conversation. How much the League is change from when we came in the League twenty twelve into seeing the growth of clubs and just commitment to American soccer to develop players into. The game grow even think about our situation in the bubble right now. in two thousand twelve with this have been possible I don't know, but just just a big growth in American soccer. You mentioned abby. Doll Kemper and she currently playing over in Salt, Lake City and the challenge cup cheese about two weeks ahead of you and everything she's doing yeah, did you see from her preparation? What have you heard from her experience that you're China? Bring in t to yours in Orlando. I mean if we can go back to the. Training together law in the off season and so. She? Yeah, they've been preparing for a while The team. She's with her fogo. They've a great coach and everything but Yeah I mean she was working hard? When we are still doing the small group train there in full full team session, so we were talking about that. How funny that is and. Their You know their situations all different than ours in the bubble teams in. OUR SPLIT UP But. Yeah, it's tough. There appointed altuve right now in Utah. She said it's stuff and. yeah I mean there is trying to make the best situation like us. As a couple. Do you guys talk about soccer a lot, or is it sort of get away? A little mix I. Mean you come back from training? Talk about the session but it's not like all day. We're not talking formations, jacks or anything, but you know the normal event from the session. How'd you do I? Mean was it good session Good after? But yet we're not. We're not getting through tactical, so you mentioned the shock of being a celebrity in Israel which he didn't experience in Columbus really. She's a celebrity on a different level. Then basically anyone in MLS right? She won a world. Cup All of that once it like to watch that. What's it like to be around that? I'd say you know she's as normal as anyone. Is. You know she's just like any of us so humble She's worked for everything she had. To Watch her play to see the person you love and care so much about when world championship that was. I don't know. I almost brought me to tears just to see you know the dream of every young saga per boy or girl. It's always the win the World Cup and to see her do that. It was left speechless in just to see what goes on behind the scenes during the quarantine. Especially at time we were training together and just to see how hard she works, and to see like how hungering how much desire she has. Its you know, makes you love and care about the person even more you know. The fans of the of the women's national team in certain segments of our as we all are about this game obsessive, but also assess about your instagram I haven't gone unchecked it. Did, you get an uptick in followers. Have you felt like you've as someone? Let's say close to the program. Add some more eyeballs on you the maybe in the past. Of course, I mean I get tagged on a lot of little fan. Page is but it's pretty funny, but I mean it's really cool to see the fallen. She has to see. Any national employer girl the the love, the fans after them. You know we need more national team players so just saying for the future would any time. Last one for you. I don't CARE GONNA. On Your hands here you have your one of three D. Biscuits for position with Adrian Heath. We re brought in. You mentioned. The AP's coming at the nine position may yeah toy a you twenty three national team player and yourself approving professional, trying to come in and take those minutes away. What's that competition like? And where do you stand right now? Trading we're always battling In obsolete player Mason's a great player, but I feel like we all bring three different things to the game. we all can be used in different moments. each of a different skill said, but you know it's fun to compete. It's fun being around. These guys, everyone's positive You don't really have this like bad blood energy. You know that some clubs have in the competing position San. I just you know hope to help Minnesota score a lot of goals and do whatever I can to help. A lot of people would say group. D is the most even group because of basically every team has a shot to go through a lot of teams that did well last year s KC probably the worst season last year, and they're one of the favorites to a lot of people in this tournament. What's the outlook of how you go about these three games once the conversation right now in the mini group. Things going to be. It's not gonNA be. Like enormous season or normal games, the short preparation in those couple months off in I. Think just can be grind I think offset group is really strong as you mentioned all the team sport in. We think I mean we've been talking. Sporting was the first team to get back in the trainings. They were kind of the go-to of how to get back into full team session solves. They'll be good, but I feel like we have A. Strong group here in Minnesota with oughta fighters and I. Think more soccer's be fighting than maybe the beautiful game times from most of teams down here on short preparation. Last question because we know you have to go, but you did come to Minnesota and we mentioned you didn't have a lot of time to to get a feel on the ground, but. The Senate around Minnesota Minneapolis after the George Floyd and everything that's happened. What have you learned about that community? What have you learned or felt about your role as a part of it and some of your teammates who have really led a lot of the mental out of the conversation? That we have a Lotta. Great Leadership Group you know I As you know we all kind of had a grew talk. It A team zoom call. We spoke about the issues, but what we can do to help but I think the main thing that we all gathered from this is that we're all part of this. You know we've all all of our eyes have been open. 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Because yes, it is a Wednesday night to of AWA fighter fest and Annex t great. Bash and yes, we have the full lineups for both of those shows. Six matches announced for the fighter fest show I believe actually there might be seven matches announce for the shell. And Great American Bash at this moment we have four matches announced. which is funny because show's been taped? I can't. We have the whole card already I have. I can't answer this for you, but. Those are the plan for tonight. I'm very excited for both these shows. We'll get your thoughts on all of this. What are you watching tonight? Do I need to do another poll on twitter I think I shell. It'll be coming up here during the commercial break, Rawson and talk about an interview, triple h did with sports illustrated where he was asked about counter programming. And if annex t would still be putting on the great American Bash, it was not for aws fighter fest. That should be a fun quote right there. Yesterday was. 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As I've explained before it is, it is we're in the middle of the corona virus? And so most summers the whole family can get together at the Condo, but now we can't and so it has to be spread out week by week by week by week, so we have to get in when we can. We can't just go whenever we want now second trip within three weeks ago. Yeah, because we're GONNA go again until September. So we need to go, we can. Because then everybody else's going in one by one one right after the other. No no chance to hang out with everybody because of this corona virus. No sad by the way I know that's why we're going. Crack, there so listen. I've. Presented a poll. Shows. Are you watching life tonight? And it is literally exactly the same so far as the poll last time sixty three percent claim that they watching a live. Twenty four percent claimed that they are watching an xt live and thirteen percent claim that they are switching back and forth. Now the ratings did not reflect this at all last time so I. Guess we'll see what happens tonight last week and exte- one very slightly in viewers. Aws One in eighteen, forty nine, and all of the different demos, so we'll see what happens tomorrow. I actually expect once again annexed to win in total viewers I. DO believe that Aws GonNa win all the demos again as usual. I think it's going to be virtually exactly the same as what happened last week. The lineups for the shows. So aws, six matches announced and according to Dave there will be a seventh match. which is cody doing an open challenge for the title? So that would mean we've got Chris Jericho orange. Cassidy which Chris Jericho social media's claiming. It's one of his best matches of all time he says. So. That's maybe the main event I. don't even know what's going on last Lance Archer versus Joey Vanilla Nile. Rose will be having some sort of squash match, likely Cochabamba and the dark order versus so cal uncensored F tr, and the young bucks versus Butcher Blade Lucho Brothers which may end up being the best match of the Night Kenny. Omega Adam page versus a private party for the AWA. World tag team titles. I realize it's for the world team titles, but I do not believe that match should go on last head to head with the double title match for an xt private party. They are a week challenging team. I don't think there's one person on the face of the planet that thinks that private party is winning this match. Therefore I do not believe that that should go to head head to head with a double title match. Keith Lee Adam Cole winner gets both belts. NEOM versus Kansas Lorraine in a street fight Brazilian go verses L. Llegado Day Fantasma in six man and Isaiah's swerve. Scott will be facing Johnny Gargano Leah Four matches announced. For night to. Swerve and Garganas fans pretty good. I didn't realize that was added to their so forgot. They had their little pull apart last week. So that's that's cool You've been riding with the Orange Cassidy thing, Chris Jericho's Chris Jericho and I agree with you one hundred percent in fact I think that world tag team title match. It actually opened the show. I think that would make the most sense I think. It would be really exciting. I. Don't think anybody is expecting private party to win like you said, but I do. Think that we're going to have a step up of performance or at least that's what the hope is. Obviously you want them to come out of this shiny and you figure. They're going to lose page. It'll make a hold onto the belts, but you WANNA. Make sure the private party tries to ascend in the somehow. So you know they're going to pull it all out there. And I trusted and page mega to to carry their end of that load, so that would be a great way to start the show, and then you book ended with the entertainment portion of the proceedings, and you give those people who are watching that Keithly Adam Cole? High Physical. Championship match you give them the alternative and I don't know if that alternative is going to have anybody from Mike. Tyson's fight camp involved or anything like that, but I I would think that you're going. You know the the exact opposite of probably what everybody you know would have expected when they. These two groups are battling back to back and. And forth with each other, the the sports entertainment presentation is going to be the captain e w show by the The super a title match. Everybody's been looking forward to is going to be on the on aid or on the next day, so it's it is going to be an interesting night and I. Don't know ratings wise, either if What exactly is going to happen here to? Going to remain the same as it's been, there's no reason to kind of buck against the pattern or anything like that so. have to see what happens hopefully. Both shows her up because that's really interesting family you want. So triple H was interview by. straighted and he was asked about counter programming. If Annex, T would still be putting on the great American bash if it wasn't for AWS fighter fest. Triple H says. It absolutely is part of healthy competition. Anybody that thinks that isn't to a degree as being naive to the situation. You saw that back in the day when clash of champions was counter programming to Wrestlemainia four. At the same time, it can't drive your booking decisions. Obviously, there are counter programming decisions, but I can tell you exactly how this came about almost all of these story lines are headed where they are now. There was a gap timing wise between Your House, and what will become the summer slam takeover, and you need a halfway point and build. This is the halfway point, so it doesn't change our decision making process. I don't counter book I book. What's right for an ex team? Bro is a Lotta nerve there. Listen to me. Okay. I'm a big FAN OF TRIPLE H. I think that overall. He does a significantly better job. Booking then Vince McMahon does on the main roster and Pritchard that whole crew. But let me say something is somebody who watches every single one of the shows. Yes, I'm sure that if you if you look at how many weeks between. The annex t takeovers. Yes, this probably is the midway point. But. If this was so intricately booked. How did we have? No card. For Ninety two. We know card for night to. Today the day of nights you, we still only have four matches, and if you look at the matches that we do have for night to every single. One of those matches was booked last week. Furthermore furthermore. The, main event of the Great American, Bash the main event of night to. It is Keith Lee verses. Adam Cole for both titles now. Again if this was so intricately booked. Why was the whole setup for this match that one day? William Regal just said. We're GONNA. Do a! Three way. And the winner of that match will face. Adam Cole for both belts. Why are both belts on the line? Why are we unifying the titles? How intricately booked was this? If we randomly had a three way where the winner faces Adam, Cole nothing about this screams that this had been the plan for months. They didn't even announce that there was a great American Bash until the very very, I don't even know if they announced it on the show. Somebody said they nails the final fifteen minutes of the go home show. I don't even remember that I seem to recall. That fighter fest was going to be on Wednesday and like. Somewhere in the prior seven days and exte- announce on social media that all of a sudden it was going to be the great American Bash. Am I wrong about that point point of this I see zero evidence. That this would have taken place. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Zimmer Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network. The show Brian Alvarez here wrestling observer alive makes him also, wrestling, observer DOT COM. So. We also have another announcement tonight for fighter Fest Tasr. Tasr has a big announcement. And Tony Kahn has tweeted. And listen to this tweet. Tomorrow night at night to a fighter fests. That'd be today. Tasr and Brian Cage be interviewed by Tony Shivani And Tasr will make an announcement. That I guarantee will send shockwaves through the world of professional wrestling. I have no idea what it is, but Tony Kahn has not traditionally. been the kind of promoter. That's GonNa hide something a big. If it's nothin' so, I don't know what it is. I don't know if we're actually GONNA get shock waves. Of My my room is GonNa rock and roll here, but. Apparently there must be some sort of big announcement tonight. Guess, we'll see what it is. They signed Fred. Ottoman and he's going to come barreling through the wall. I don't think that's what it is. I just want for one second. Go back to the triple h thing and and I'll get off very quickly. Just an old man complaint of mine because you know. I grew up in mid Atlantic wrestling territory so when he has to bring up counter programming. He makes sure to say that you know it's like Kinda programming like when the clash of champions went up against Wrestlemainia four. which was revenge for the Royal Rumble killing the Bunk House stampede survivor series, killing stark aid as they try to run. Jim Crockett promotions out of business now of course as we all know. Only other people have tried to run Vince out of business, Vinci's never used once a predatory tactics on anyone. But I just wanted to go ahead and point that out. Because you know, I'm still bittered stuff. So Monday on raw? If I can find my I should find my raw report here because I know, people get very very sensitive, so I wanNA make sure that. I talk about what I like. I I thought heath slater was great on the show. I just thought he was so good, and then, of course he get squashed. Sasha versus Kyri I mean. The wrestling was all right, but it was a horrendous finish here I am trying to find things I liked, and it's just one terrible thing after another. the. Let's see MVP's always awesome, so I gotta give. MVP A big thumbs up Elliott. Randy Orton was was great. And Oscars Bailey was was a very good match. Buddy like that at the end with Randy Orton. The End. Yes, with the what? When he pinned the young guy, I mean no, but I mean I actually meant chasing giving Tozawa the wrong directions. Oh, yeah I. I can't wait to see the follow up for that one. So anyway, maybe there's not maybe this is just a nod to Randy's online popularity and his stance on black life matters. That's a wink to some people about that. Either that or Ric flair is going to be your. Champion lack live matters because he helped does our and the other way. No he helped Ron. Killings are icy icy. Anyway, even watch. The support of all of this is so. I watched the show and. The last words that I, wrote in my report here. This show was exhausting. This springs us to our ratings here for tonight. So if you recall correctly. They got rid of Paul Heyman. They brought in Bruce. PRICHARD and the whole show changed. It became all about radio short segments. For the most part short matches. Tons of interviews were going to do tons of angles, and we're gonNA build it around. All of the quote stars the Randy Ordonez Rick flair turning on people. You know these these folks Paul. Heyman started to push like they're going to be on the show, but. As, not going to get a win in a six man. It's going to be randy angels. Not. GonNa get the win. It'll Viking raiders. They built him up built him up built him a Vignette Vignette Vignette. Vignette now. Air Gets pinned at a nowhere with an KO. That's what this show is about. The is about who are the stars. Let's push them. And it was do short segments. Nobody could get bored into now. That's the idea by in the. First Week. It actually did all right. Well? Looms off the rose right here. These are the numbers. For Ron Monday night. second-lowest audience number in modern history tied for the second lowest in the main demo. Showed it one point six nine million viewers. Beating only the May four episode that did a one point six eight million viewers. They did a point four nine. At eighteen to forty nine, which tied episodes on June, nine and June thirty for second place behind the May four raw. That did a point four six, so. At this point aws within point one. Of tying raw in the eighteen to forty nine demo. The audience drop three percent from last week, stayed even eighteen to forty nine I third hour drop. This is quote got news I third hour droplets five percent, but the bad news is the first hour I. Believe was the lowest first hour in the history of the show. Of all time. The least number of people tuned in when the show started. One point seven million viewers in the first hour. One point seven five million, if the second hour actually rose in our two, and then fell to one point six, one million. It looking at the key I a second hour increase. Because it was our to that saved the show. From all time record lows, there was a ten percent increase in women eighteen, forty, nine, a three percent increase in men, eighteen to forty nine, a nineteen percent drop in teenage girls, five percent drop in teenage boys, one percent increase in over fifty. It was women eighteen to forty nine. That saved the show from record lows. Wow. What happened our the women loved. Let's see I guess it would be. It was Sasha and Kyri I. think that actually, Kevin Ellen show was our to Ray and Kevin Seth and Murphy. And then. Well I don't know ray maybe I guess I. Don't know, I. Don't know what the women loved on that show. But I watched it our to. If you held a gun to my head and said the heavy, I guess one factor I would say it's Ray Ray's always kind of. Whether! It's been the thing with dominick or raise always kind of had I thought, and I could be speaking right out of my rear end with this, but I always thought he actually did pretty well that way but I again regardless the numbers terrible and Wrestling was due in was kind of on the downslope. Anyway, even though their new Japan was doing good, W was starting up. There were other factors that you know we were. Things weren't as good as they were a couple of years ago and there's always ebbs and flows to everything, and you can't always be riding on a high but. This pandemic in the changing of habits is been very. You know it really especially for WWe, and all the things that have broken in in really the biggest thing that has broken has been wwe, and how they create stars, and how they go about doing things because he pod shouting hot shouting, you throw those guys out there. Those old people out there you don't put over New People in the process. You try to put over new. People then you stop and start with them. Then you pull them away. You don't give anybody any reason to have any faith in anyone to invest in anyone and it's. It's just wash rinse repeat and it's like seven hours and I'm throwing an extend the stupid. At least five hours of just Zombie programming time, and you have taken it down to the KNOBS and I. Think you know obviously you know where I stand on this and everybody listening. You know whatever that wwe network numbers in my opinion, that's the baseline, so if it's one point one five one point two, whatever it is million people. That's what their baseline is. They keep dropping down near that over and over and over again during the stadium there. Exhausted? Country is below a million. US numbers, it's below a million. which by the way I. I told everyone who's going to be dropping below a million. Nobody believed me everybody yelled at me and then it did drop below a million. When did you say all this and people were going to ostracize months ago? Okay? person by the way says. With X T LOADING UP CARDS ON USA to Cannery W. destroyed nearly every intrigue I've had in potential matches or few. The potential stars they have are the same guys that have been on top for three years. You no longer get excited for talented. Move Up to the main roster because Oh shows are atrocious. Most of the recent call ups are stuck with godawful booking or being MEA like Shayna Annex. T is completely lost. Its soul is turning into the same W. E. Show. They've grown tired up I. got defend an t hold on a second. They are trying very hard to get new guys over. It is not all the same guys that have been on top for the past three years. Look at keithly a year ago. I distinctly remember a year ago I was like. Why don't they ever do anything with keithly? They don't do anything with the guy. The have Keith Lee and he's just a guy on the Rosser look at keithly today. And I guess we'll see what happens with Keith, Lee, tomorrow. We've got. The LLEGADO DEL Fantasma. They're pushing hard. He's her secondary champion. We've got wellesz. Do we have that they're pushing hard? I mean yeah. Undisputed era is still on top, but I mean. They're feuding with all sorts of I mean they are trying punishment Martinez in such a good job at members current name. That guy is getting pushed. Cameron Grimes Cat rhymes swerved to it I mean. is on the show in a big match tonight I mean they're pushing a lot of younger guys in Annex. T now, yeah. Do I wanNA, see and even go to the main roster of course not no no, but I mean that riddle was being pushed super hard before he got, he got called up. They are pushing a lot of younger stars, but yes, your point about they are rushing feuds. There's no reason for a double title match literally no reason for double title match, but that's doing. Can we get nothing buds men for this show for your? Second moment observer life. Travelers. Do you want to save money on your next flight? Pick up the phone and call. That's right call because the best prices are not online, they're with smartfares. See smartfares has special deals with the airlines when they have unsold seats. They use smartfares to fill them, so you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices. Our prices are to low to publish online with the extra money you'll save. 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Christian from Montreal says Hello Twitch. Oh Ms Brian. What is happening with Matt Riddle Bro Well I've not watched met riddles video yet, so I can't tell you what's happening with him Bro but I mean to the best of my knowledge. I'll read from the front page of wrestling observer DOT COM. Marital released a video Wednesday, strongly, denying any sexual abuse and assault on Candy, Cartwright saying the female wrestlers using the Hashtag, speaking out movement to get back at him after ending their affair. In the video riddle admitted to cheating on his wife, and having an affair with cartwright, we called by her real name. Samantha Tavil. But then the allegations are quote. A complete lie a fabricated story. He said he was getting sad and depressed during the affair, because he was lying to both his wife and his friends, and that he eventually told his wife about it, he then blocked cartwright on social media changed his phone only for him to allegedly keep finding her her. Only for him. Only for her right. Who's going to get it this time? Josh Nason fix your story buddy. E then blocked car right on social media and change his phone only for her to alleged leaky finding ways to contact him. Through other social media accounts and finding his new number, he also claimed she would show up to hotels and harass his friends as to his whereabouts, and that when she didn't get her way. When he wanted to end her relationship or their relationship, she used the Ash Shaykh speaking out movement to ruin his career I never sexually abused or assaulted anyone, he said. So that's what's going on. Everybody with Matt, riddle. He did the video version of taking a picture of your notes and putting it on. Twitter. There was I saw the video and everything. The Josh laid out there whoever it was. That's what he said and he was wearing a suplex. And I. I just don't know why I needed to be done. I don't know why if his lawyer has already come out to say something maybe should should've left to him. I don't know what provoked him to come out today about this and and mentioned anything, but I don't know if it helped matters. So I will. We'll have to see what happens. If there's any Shakeout, any fallout Davis, said over and over again. They have known about this quite some time. They're looking at it. I parent from WWe's point of view as A. Stay relationship a fling gone bad I guess that's what it is, but obviously there's going to be one side. That's not going to let up about this and I don't know if he helped his cause at all, really by stating anything. The first year says as fan. Of Debbie for years. I recently have decided to only watch raw for angles and then skipped smackdown I learned that nothing significant happens on TV and they're all just throw away matches, and those featured prominently end up going to main event in a month. It's extremely sad. They are in that predicament, but they reap what they said. Oh. Well I can tell you one thing. My friend. Ron smackdown are reaping what they said. That is absolutely true. L. Says. I prefer Mike's plug not as sanctimonious Bro. Mike couldn't even figure out the U. R. L. To watch his post show either Tom Okay. So maybe some of us have some issues here with the fact that it's switched out, TV slash F four W video when we're so used to spitting FW online dot com. Okay? Sorry, we slipped up here a little bit. Not Everybody is as policies you. chump see I. Gave You credit now? Just go away. Can you leave now? Hold on a second dude. You may not even be doing poche on Saturday. Oh, why? I just heard from from filthy. Oh, no I can't. I can't read exactly what he said, but these people came and ruined my Internet again. It's abysmal. How could it get worse? Dude you should heard before it got quote fixed. It actually was worse. I know that's what I'm saying. How could it actually now get worse than it is? Now I mean. Well. He's capable of doing a show now, but he wasn't capable of doing a show before we were doing the show for several weeks over the phone or over skype, so it could get worse. He think he or she has like a a line that's just like wrapped in tin foil. That's like boot. Lay Down Lives, eve and satellite. That's microwave. Internet, still out there. Actually, there is microwave Internet out there wasn't that although the whole deal with a art bell and stuff like that very very bad internet. It wasn't back in the day. It was like two years ago. That's. Why is it that you would figure out there? There would be no issue with laying wire or anything like that. It's like silicone. Valley having some of the worst why I have no idea how this happens, but we are doing a show, hell or high water this. Saturday up the only for subscribers here on twitter at for w video. Person says of the Wednesday nights that INEX- T one. How many have featured main roster talent? I think every single one of them, but let me tell you something. If you think I'm gonNA use that as an excuse, not because I believe and I believe for a long time. That if annex t is allegedly your third brand and they have national TV on the USA network. Then absolutely everybody should just be mixing and matching. If nobody can figure out what to do with. Bianca Bel Air put her back on an xt. If you've got somebody that Vince loves like Keith Lee at move keithly up to the main roster now now listen I said a million times. They can't screw somebody up. I realized that they could potentially screw keithly up, but here's the difference. Keith Lee is big. And Tall. And strong. And a muscle man. Okay, it's going to be very very difficult for this guy to get screwed up because that's the. Happen. That's the only thing that Vince knows. How to book is big strong muscle man yet how many guys have come up and come right back down again because he has no idea once he's how many of them big strong musclemen has vince screwed up? That have been brought up to the main roster significantly fewer than the number of small men, the screwed up that have been brought up to the main Rosser. If you're small, there's about a ninety nine percent chance ain't gonNA. Know what to do with you I mean do keithly was already on the main roster and dude. Vince do exactly what to do with that guy. Exactly what to do with that guy. You're right for Teddy Buddy else. I don't know the the best. He keithly got going for over to the main roster. As in case they do screw him up. Somehow because he's big, he will get another shot. He has going for him and that-that's. What a damning way to come up with me! Rosters look odds are we're gonNA screw you up, you know we. We screwed up Lashley. You know we screwed up Roose We've screwed up this person. We screwed a bad person or we don't know what to do with them, but you'll have another chance again. Boy that that sounds great. Person Year says titled Versus. Title is not a halfway point main event? That's abundantly clear. Yeah, I still don't know. No one's answering me I've got a thousand tax right here now. One single person is explained why we need to have a title versus title match in the main event of the show. There was no storyline as one day and said I have a great idea. Let's merce these titles what? They didn't play him up as dominating I guess to a lesser extent, they did with coal, but like with keithly they should've just you know again because you don't plan these things out if he's out there, just killing people destroying everyone, there's no other competition. That's why these two are going to face off against each other. That's why whoever their right this is should be the ending point. This shouldn't be the midway. Midway point to the takeovers triple h claims, this should be the ending point, and if you're just going to get rid of the north. American title and put that on ice for awhile because of covid or whatever the reasoning would be even fine with that, too, but like you know at least come up with a reason for it, but this is what the planning was, so that's why they're left like this dude. The T North American title. Was Established in March of twenty eighteen. The belts been around just over two years. Why are we merging these titles? What's going to happen on next week? Show is Regal GonNa. Come out and say you know. Whoever the winner is! You must vacate one of these titles and we're. GonNa have a tournament. Yes, what so? Why do we mercer? A, because look because of what you're talking about with Keith at descends keithly doesn't Hurt Adam Cole at this point? I'm Colesberg champion for a long time. You can get him moved into something else. You have keithly ascents. He's got both belts so whatever you do with him down the line. You could always say that he was the first dual north, American and World, champion or our they say it, and then you can have the tournament where you could feature some guys that you were talking about earlier on your swerves or fantasma being involved, or however you WanNa. Play with whoever's involved in it. You know there's potential there, but again they plan this. Have they planned it well. Do I trust them? Not Necessarily? I think it's dumb. Tournament, you say. Tournament and the winner gets a shot at the North American title. Hey, you gotta tournament. You don't have to vacate something or is. Is the winner just going to? Walk around with both belts for a year. The double champion, the Double Crown Bandelier Ohs, which investigate why, but the point of having a secondary title anyway back in a moment. Are you paying too much for term life insurance. There's a tremendous price will are among the major term life. 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This is the liberty beat powered by the SNL. S Network at SNL ALASKA DOT com. I'm MIC Moreau. Reporting for liberty beaten reminding you spread liberty with a smile. If you're struggling with attendance. Just put tarps over the upper deck well. Myself Nick Thornton with me as always Andrew, Bates. Our you doing nick. Oh I'm surviving also I will fully give credit where credit's due that line comes from. The coach ultras slightly paraphrased, but they're great twitter account, but I was like that's. That's a show opening if there ever was one. MIC! I'm so excited to be back for this North American soccer podcast. while. It. I feel like we I feel like I came into the period of lockdown of of this pandemic. Almost with pent up energy from the winner and I think we had better, you know the the season started. We got a couple episodes. And in almost were the pandemic again. It's like I've got all these plants forget to this business and then with? Point. Where you just run out of energy and. And so, we're, we're sorry. Villa Ticks La, but we thank you for your patience in in to a certain degree, you know. The regular, some regular signs of life for returning the whitecaps are making dumb Moose. Nature is healing. That's that's a you know. Everything is fine again. When the whitecaps start making bonehead and moves you like. Oh, well, things must be opening up again before we dive into that I wanted to check in. I mean we haven't actually talked too much in the last few weeks, or it's been a year I'm not sure. But it was kind of curious to know. How have you been staying engaged in soccer like if you've been watching any soccer, have lake or if you kind of just been lake. Just holding waiting for MLS comeback or some semblance of normal normal normalcy to return, and really just wondering. If like how how have you stayed engaged with the game at all if all? Well so it, I the. I will admit that I haven't played a minute of fee for nineteen. Since last time we talked although I do have a copy of brand new copy of fever twenty sitting in front of me that I went out and bought by. Nineteen? Nineteen dollars ninety nine cents beginning. So I, want and I wanted to you so maybe they're still time for me to sincere to get into the League current Jin eastwards world. I think it. I was trying to do a lot of the supplemental stuff. which included? I did watch the in early May the. Parts of the EMS tournament. which actually was a fun and got me into? Understanding a little bit about it's like. There's two parts of it. Right is the there's the part where two players play against each other, but are mls players, and then to east. West players and I felt that the the commentary on that part actually taught me about eastwards in like what you should expect when you're watching people play. Competitively? Unfortunately I watched the I watched the whitecaps wine in launched. The week before the whitecaps wine was Eric Doorway. Versace. tipsy player on ahead the tweet up, but The the problem kind of is is. I! Also watched a New York red bulls, airline versus. Sean jots. On the problem in in both cases if they start with the players. and. You in those first round match is. A match of a player that knew they were doing and a player that did not know what they were doing. It was Marquis Delgado Marquis Delgado actually plays FIFA in he as as I joked on twitter. It's like Erica Doi is doing what I. Do I play if I, which is just? Just desperately tried to get extra touches so that I can reassure myself that I can pass to myself. dispossessed. Those. That was great fun. watchable games grapevine. I think we KINDA got into this once once. The restart happens a I caught that I League game. That was played with with Shuanglu which give me a chance to donate Henry Turn. A A very odd donal henry like. Performance where he absolutely helped line, probably kept the game to a low scoreline, but also was probably responsible for the goal was scored. Yeah? that. Was that was that was? That was familiar I I mean I think it is. Really good. He did his best put was also the beginning of May and then. I did try to get a little into. The Bundesliga. In win win that restart happened in my choice. Of, I know we don't talk about European soccer that much around here, but hey, there's nothing else happening. By choice of team was based on the fact. I watched. Most of the show I watched a lot of Byron because I wanted to see Davies, but as weird as it was to be a position of routing on buyer Munich because I've always thought of them as being one of the big teams, etc, and I'm usually watching cheering for the underdog. The A it was that was an interesting experience, but I also got behind Borussia Moenchengladbach and the reason. Why is because Paul Terry played for them and rob friend played for them as well postal tip. Both Canadians and rob friend was from Abbotsford, but he also from. Kalona and played in club so when I first saw when I first started having a fan. Stall Terry played for Spurs, which was Premier League, team and he had played club dot before and then. Friend was playing Gladbach at the time so I. watched that I watched a bunch of Glock matches. Unfortunately, we didn't have the predict. Gladdened back or What's the full the full? The full name of the team is Borussia Moenchengladbach. Now the one thing that I don't get is whether or not you're supposed to save Gladbach or glass Bah. I mean I feel like. If you can remember all the parts of it than you just you can pronounce it, however you want. Gladbach is the best way that's the. That's the part of the team now they have the amazing experiment which I. which I loved of. Printing out like the foam stained ease of fans and putting them in the stands. Yeah I noticed that Biron went with the like tarps with like like a sort of distorted perspective of lakes. Sitting there I mean I I like the fact that they piped in supporters, songs and chants I thought that's a good idea to keep your team kind of motivated, but the pipe didn't audience noise. That doesn't necessarily sync up with the play. which like why would it I thought was like kind of an unnecessary addition. Like sounds it comes in really clearly on the broadcast. So my understanding is that they were talking about this. there. I heard, did he'd Canada? Bundesliga. Over sports net didn't have the fake noise. The US got the fake the Bundesliga. International distributor was offering fake noise versions. No fake noise versions each all. But if you in this is the thing I tuned into Liverpool Everton. Today in dissol was off Dejong was offering the fan, your choice of either It seems like when you listen to a fake noise version that they are like. Ryan too, but it's almost I wonder if you have somebody that has like a like a keyboard like like A. Musical keyboard with different like. Do that like full? Rosie o'donald show and just traveling long. I want to I. Want Teens Use it? That's what I that's what I think. You should just have I know that. Maybe it would be added dramatic nature especially if it was any sort of live like if you had a keyboardist ornaments like like playing to the town of whatever was happening in the match. Maybe that would be. That'd be awesome. Might Affect. I, guess the. The players themselves the funny thing to play around. Perhaps not but I do think in all seriousness. There's going to be a lot of experimentation over the coming months. Of what's the right combination, because the idea that there's going to be fans in a stadium anytime soon, it's just. Seems so impossible I think there's going to be a lot of different. Things tried and I don't blame leagues and teams for just trying to you know. Throw past at the wall and see what sticks. For the record idea, choose the no fake always version I've watched enough. I've watched enough college. I watched of college soccer to to be okay with the sound of three people yelling. Yeah! Watching. Streams. How? Whoever wherever the two guys or girls closest to the commentators are just hearing their whole conversation through the match. How have you been a staying engaged with in indoor collectively game? asking. I admittedly have been kind of tuned out for a good portion of the last couple of months. I, mean I've been somewhat staying up to date with like the important headlines in MLS and with the WHITECAPS, but Especially over the last couple of months I just felt like it was taking a lot more energy to stay engaged, but without feel like without any soccer to watch, and so the fan and stuff, although it's nice to have little extra videos and stuff like that for the fans and behind the scenes stuff. I just. It almost kind of like made me more sad and maybe missed soccer more to see players, just talking and hanging out and. Having. I think I've told you can't remember if we said it on a show, but like seeing Jacob Wenski in real life. But also being like oh! He's not playing any soccer. He's out buying groceries. Me Like. It's Nice spittle, so it's like Oh, I want soccer back, so I've. Similarly when Bundesliga started up again mostly because I kept seeing headlines About Affonso Davies just tearing up the pitch I was like well, I would like to see some of this, please, so that kind of got me reengaged haven't watched a single full match of soccer, but I do feel like life is slowly returning, and my interest is is such that I can spend a little bit more energy trying to find something I to watch. rather than just. Hoping something. Will magically appear that say sheets may need to see soccer part of it for me. Is that playing always helped me stay engaged in it. And, like playing and watching soccer always fit really nicely together because. I'd go and play, and then I watched the matches, and I'd see what their teams were doing. and seeing what goalkeepers were doing and try to incorporate that I mean in my own crazy amateur, not all effective way, but you know it's as somebody. That's a fan and interested in. That kind of helped me get keep engaged with it, but with die with neither happening. At it's almost like I had a few months there. If you like soccer disappeared from my life. I think that's fair. I think one of the big. Issues is. Not to like you know too hard that pandemic side, but the DEMOC with really energy draining and it. It was really challenging and I think this reflects everybody in their life when they are dealing with this kind of stuff that it's like you know you. Are you know if you're working from home? It's like you're not working for You are trying to work during pandemic. Now, is it? Is it tweet that his is stuck with me for a while in it was that way in terms of trying to In terms of trying to keep up with all that, and then you know the the death of George Floyd happened in the protests that happened around that. Happened in in I think that that in a in an important way also disrupted like entertainment. Yeah like yeah, you know like like. What are you GonNa do while that's happening. like go watch analyst up to. Nine no! Yeah well, and that's exactly it rages. There's just been more important things going on and at the beginning of. MLS shutting down. There's Coniston like well. It's you know this is bigger than sports and etc, etc, but now it's like well. This is bigger than. Everything as inequalities are brought to the forefront, and as we all now grapple with the realities that have always been there, but now people are being forced to reckon with and we sort of. I still have to. That's the right freezing, but I feel like we're at. A tipping point where? We decided to go one way or the other. We decide to lean into the wrote. We were going with the foot on the gas towards the edge of the cliff or we decide to take. An honest hard look at ourselves and go. There are things that we've been doing have not been working and people that have been excluded and targeted, and there's an opportunity to do things differently, which isn't to try to put a positive spin on it, but like that's the energy right now. In the world, these are the decisions. People are making while also fighting for survival on a number of friends. Yeah I feel like it's just been. There's so much other stuff going on. There's been very few points even really think about soccer or Is something important. However as we all know you, there's also the need to have something in your life that brings joy and. Of Community, and and I really been missing it, and even like before prepping for the show, just being on like soccer twitter for the first time in a long time being like. This is like a nicer place. which I don't always feel like. We talked about this last year. That S-. Soccer. Supporters are pretty keyed in Bunch For the most part are politically aware and prolific, politically active group of people. and. Thought part. I've I've missed more than anything. If being a part of a supporters culture. That's that feels like you know. In, some way were doing something together. I think that's something that I. Took for granted a little bit. Until I like look Tom this where they announced their come at the end of one of those Bundesliga game and. Then was that was held in the middle of a Gel sports net radio broadcasts like a talk show. Like the the interview was delivered. In. The discussion in this is a positive thing around soccer I just was really surprised. That the idea of whether or not, this was safe to keep doing or like whether or not, it was a good idea with right, not really floated. Not Trying to beat I'm being critical. Not Try to like put anybody on blast, but it's like. There was this point where they were like. What is your biggest worry and don't talk about the health risks because we're all adults? Will we know there are health risk? What's your biggest concern with tournament and I was like I could I couldn't believe what. Yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah when I'm. Sorry. I'm just going to say that. We have seen across numerous sports in the past that there's been an effort by league owners by team owners, and sometimes by players to keep things eight political. and to pretend that the outside world doesn't impact things that are happening in an arena or on the pitch. And that's something that I think you and I both appreciate about soccer is that there's always room for it and there always has been a very direct link between sports in politics. So. Let's let's try. Will, the politics of will will definitely come in more of that later, but let's let's talk a little bit about this i. know that that won. This tournament was announced. that. This was something that. Will work. We're into play. We have something in Sokolow. We're GONNA talk about this, but the further the all of these tournaments, the MLS His Eminence Attorney Nba Tournament. Everybody is trying to do bubble up especially in Florida. Like yeah, should this be happening? It it seemed in the last. That cases have really spiked up in Florida. They had on between Thursday Friday had to. Record Day increases with I think it is like thirty, two, thirty, two, thousand, thirteen, hundred seven cases on Thursday at. Three Thousand Eight hundred twenty two cases on Friday. Popping off. I think saw summer. Today was four thousand something so like. It's. Yeah I mean before we could could even discuss the fact that MLS is back. I mean I'm just going to start with. It seems like there's a very real possibility that this tournament could just not happen. and which I know might sound like I mean come on. This is taken so long and look at all the work that's been put into it, but there's already been three players that have tested positive for covid nineteen. Nobody's even flown to Florida yet. Like nobody's yet flown to the hotspot. Baseball teams are going back like if you likely the dare flying to the everybody is doing group trading in their home stadiums. To make sure that they don't get it in Florida, which I think in baseball is the place that it's going to be Josie altidore. The noise been the. Announcement was made. All two door leaves in. I think he does leave in Florida. All. Our went back tse today. It. He's GonNa. He's GonNa Self Quarantine in Toronto for fourteen days of train alone for fourteen days so that he could. You can join group training with DSP that it's like. then. They're all going to go back. Yeah. I mean. The idea that this was ever going to work seemed kind of ambitious, but given the other teams in other leagues were. Or just other leagues were planning something. It sort of seemed to make sense and it seemed like. Yeah playing one city does make a lot of sense And it seemed like a sensible plan my. Real thought as to why it couldn't. Perhaps not go ahead is because of the players union because the players union was part of organizing this event to begin with. And part of the reason they agreed to. It was having certain safety guards in place to ensure the health of players, but you're going to have situations where players are just refusing to come to the tournament, if if this continues and very right flea, so to protect their own health and the health of their families. I heard today Carlos Villa's applied for special permission to not attend the tournament to be with his. Pregnant wife, which makes a lot of sense and I. Think would be something he'd be requesting. There wasn't a global pandemic however. Like. I, just I wonder at what point There there will be something it just feels like there's going to be something that tips. The Scales and says this just can't happen. 'cause you're just GONNA have too many players testing positive. Like I get the idea of holding one city. It's much easier to control the flow of people and making sure that they're not coming into contact with things, but as we've seen with these states where cases are on the rise particularly. We know that there's far more people infected than are getting tested so that even just the numbers that are insanely high, those are still probably on the low side of how many people are actually infected, so there's just so little way to guarantee that a site with all of these players from all these different parts of. The US and Canada are going to be safe and nobody's GONNA. Get infected while there. Is Just bonkers to me and if you're doing contact tracing, wouldn't it then be the case like all? It takes one player on one team, and then the whole team has got to be quarantined or amine. Tested but. What if you're playing s Casey the next day and You know. This is the thing that they're guys. And you know that one of the players on the team just tested positive for Covid nineteen in the next day. You're playing that entire team. As an idea, the idea that you go into a a resort that has been closed because pandemic, and you create this pandemic bubble. Dig You did only your players you know, interact with. Is. Is like at least like in theory like something you could process accepted. Another league had the same idea and wants to do it in the same place, and you're not. You're both Eve Disneyworld, and then they open, Disney. And the support staff is not going to be bubbled which I mean like. I mean I would want to work this either. In. It's just a really frustrating. It's frustrating situation. It's frustrating. Think about and I think that my issue is. I know that is businesses? They say dates not or you know at any league will say that we're not so out of money that we go out of business if you don't play the tournament. But everybody wants to make money and fundamentally if you're. If. You're a league. You want to exist. You know what I mean like you if if the thing that you do is. Make Football Games you'RE GONNA WANNA do that. I understand that to a certain degree. But. To me. Even though I was okay with. No Fan Games. To some extent. Like I understand that it's still being made for me. It's still being like like. A I don't feel as a fan. You know not that I have a MLS steven. Martin anyways could go to any of these games, but as a as a As a fan I don't feel insulted that they're going on without me because I. Know that it yet ultimately produced on of major league soccer, but I almost feel like what is sports have to happen? What is what is the thing that that that really means that this? Absolutely. What? What's the? What's The actually paradigm for this to happen and I feel it when you are taking teams out in your, you're taking them. Out of market or there to another location to play all the Games in one location, because that's the that's the best. You think that you can do with it. It's like well. Why why do you have to actually? Yeah yeah well. I mean there's and with that it it makes me question all of the decision making, and like why have it in? In Florida in the first place and you have to feel like it's pressure from the two clubs there that spend a fortune on players, and our have struck some kind of deal in mls to to have. This tournament held there when I was like realistically. If you want to hold this thing in a place that's. Safer Vancouver probably would have been the best choice. If you're. NHL's looking at Vancouver so now. Right. And even then with that discussions, come here now, of course, the discussion Vancouver's like well. Maybe we don't want it here with exactly your point of like. Does it have to happen at a hall like you WanNa take hundreds of players from all around the US and open the border, especially for them and have them in the city. Even if they're all they're doing is going from. The their hotels to the arena. It's just. As. We've seen this virus. Thrives on people moving around and the idea that we need to move around a bunch of people right now to go do a sports. Seems Foolish, but. Given. It seemed like they had a good plan in place, but I just find if we're talking. Thousands of new cases every day in Florida. Even if those aren't actually in the counties or in the actual city where this is taking, place it just. It's really hard to imagine. This gets better in a couple of weeks and that by July eighth. This. Tournament is going to be happening, and if it does happen, which I think will probably not be a great idea I. Don't think it's going to be able to actually go all the way through because you're going to have. At least one team that has to drop out because of positive tests. Because how you vote years at Risk Lake that to Puerto Vote Location I think that it's a good thing to point out because the reason why. The Korean League started early as because Korea was in a better. On, position healthwise in Germany at least thought it was in a better position. healthwise with inch chose do it's restart the reason why you would start in Florida is because it's the same reason why wwe in eight W and UFC have been running in Florida, which is the administration. Florida is open to having big business. Inner came in companies tape there and also. Disney owns. ESPN, in they have that. They have the the wide world of Sports Complex which is amenable to broadcast up and also has a bunch of you know Fields available. You've seen pre-seasons. Take their etc I. Think some of the I think some of the All Star game. Stuff was taped there in recent years. Lake. It's all down to like owner who owns what like my understanding is. That's also how. The. That's why the WWL tournament is in Utah because they have access to Rio Tinto Stadium. It's. Right Which M like it's? It's a business. There's always going to be business decisions that get made based on access and things like that that that's fine like I i. understand how the world works not naive. So I think it's fine to like. Cut some deals here and there, but your point about the administration thing like. You just. We've cleared off for months the just because you can. Leary. Optimistic upper business. This is what we came back to do folks. Andrew. Who Do you think is going to win the? Take home all the winnings in this seat. The tournament is scheduled for July eighth. With Fifty four matches? Taking Place the idea I guess that you're GonNa have a group stage. If people have compared the way that these groups work to kind of like the World Cup, except one of the groups have six teams anime. The A. Group stage you're GONNA have rabid, Christine from July fifth between three, and a half the quarterfinals ending August I the semifinals, ending August sixth in a final, theoretically ending August eleventh. I'm not. I don't want to continue being native. Too much unearned in another way. But what is this going to mean but? Like, we get the end of the day. Is the winner of this going to be able to say they were the MLS champions for this year is the winner of this? What what is this going to mean to teams history? The third one is thing. Yes. or it could just be asking me. Shoot? In many question. Our fans should consider. Well, so they've. They've said that. The all the matches will count towards the season. Which makes sense? Seal collect the points. I think at this point. Even though that's not like a super fair system, people are just like well. At least it's something that's going towards the League. If the tournament happens I think that this is probably going to be it for the season. I find it very hard to believe because people are talking about like well. What if there's a second wave? The US hasn't even peaked in terms of the first wave. I don't see soccer happening in the fall. Unless by some miracle, there is no second wave. They will have to schedule some other tournament like this and have players concentrated in one area in one city to make it happen. But I don't think by the fall the there's going to be. Players, traveling back and forth, and to be Frank I. Think it's something that. They're not talking about because they don't want to admit that reality, but if you know if you were concerned industries, you know that the plan for. Basically. Not returning to normal goes well into twenty twenty one. and. The idea that there's going to be a massive spike and travel I? Think they're opening it up because they know that they're going to have a very small window. In which travel and tourism dollars can be made because things are going to close up again. I, know that that sounds kind of conspiracy theory, but I really do think at the end of the day. People are are thinking about in terms of dollars. What can be made in the shortest period of time because this isn't going to last, so in terms of what it means in the long run I think it will be nice distraction if it happens I. I feel like it's going to be a disaster. I hope for the players Sake and their health and their families. It's not I hope that it goes smoothly and everyone's healthy, and they can just play soccer. God knows I would just love to watch soccer. I but I feel like it's terribly misguided, and if it all if the tournament is even allowed to finish than. A guests. 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Do It yourself home remedies alternative. Energy Survival ISM on schooling and Morm- those details for found online at the homestead docu roof. This is the liberty beat powered by the SNL S network at SNL s network DOT com. I'm Mike Murrow reporting for the liberty beam, reminding you spread liberty with a smile. Yeah I, think ultimately. It won't mean much because no team has played in four months. teams are will only trained together for a month and so fitness levels in our and readiness is going to be all over the map so. In terms of like is there a team that could win? That will tell us who might be champion for the year. I feel like the winner will probably be crowned champion because there won't be any more games played. But I. I feel like right now. Any team entering has been. On. One of the things. That I have learned from Bundesliga, it really seems the teams that prepared better for the restart just did better. I'm that were were there were more fired up in autumn it. I think that other things that we don't have a lot of space for in sports. Is that the element of trying to deal with the mental side of like? Can you mentally put it all together and I think that you have to. As a fan what's worked for me with Bundesliga with the early? Rows of the first round now gone of the Premier League restarting. Is it. You kind of have to have less of A. You have to be less about it. You know it's GonNa. It's GonNa work, or it's going to not work. You have to enjoy I. Guess the fact if you're if you're. If you're going to watch, you can also just not watch. Leaving depends on finding. In justified decision. If you want to enjoy it, it's like the thing is going to be just like to bask in familiarity of the fact that your your favorite teams and players back in the familiar sounds like so well that in in unless like you know. And so you know blue a defensive maneuver. It's like that's GonNa. Be Harder to. If. It's going to be harder because if any any of these mental lapses or anything that comes out of like. Miss. Bad Coordination is going to have a single can have a single cause. I'll tell you what. Every as I was thinking this thought I realized. It's not true, but I was like it's going to be the best possible time. Austin because people will be so much more forgiving and then I. Just remembered the first weekend of. Premier League play and I was like well. That's not true, but. In England to begin with. I feel like Var an MLS this year. People just be like. Yvonne de Rushing Return of of of. Refer. Ted Uncle seeing a penalty. That never has some of the. It's going to be like. Oh! If wanted to talk just briefly, we did survey. We did allude to it, but one of the big. You know stopping points in all this was. Was? The players association be almost like they were going to be on the having negotiated. Earlier this year, the new CBA they really did seem like they were going to Come to blows again. With some potential work stoppage but they did reach a deal. On June third that I involved at a five percent cut player salaries in an extension, the existing CBA but also the end the desertion of force majeure clause. And also payment contingent on certain attendance targets being met has taken out of there, too, so so the the players got some movement. The players really didn't go to law in in God, a little bit of movement and I think that is something to watch for sure as we turn comes closer. To started. Absolutely, Speaking of perennial things things that feel familiar the whitecaps this week decided to. To start this. event that much beloved CEO The whitecaps an Mark Penner who came to the the group at the beginning of the season has been ousted. He's been let go in restructuring move. It's been called an axle Schuster now takes over both the technical director side, and the CEO Business Side of the Club the club. Saying this wasn't anything to do with the money but they wanted to have a single voice going forward Dan they let panels? No, as he had just finished finalizing a long term lease on a house here in Vancouver, and he was not available for full comment, dealing with the death of his father, so the whitecaps in true way caps form have really. Just. pull the WHITECAPS. The. I mean. Let's let's focus on this piece of news first, and then maybe more about what it means so hard reaction. Because, he had been such a positive voice for the team in establishing communication with supporters or that it adds some real issues both on the field and you know the continuing. The continuing protests, the protest the took place last year. The whitecaps women's team. It haven't really been. I guess the review came out, but but one of the think there's. They the damage from that still had not been. Fixed in. Patas came in he. Did his best when the team. Seem to up to. To acknowledge the issues, it had happened to be very transparent, but what was going on, he was front and center with. The updates or taking place he was front and center with this this campaign with the aquarium. which I loved this idea that they are going to to save the Vancouver. Aquarium, they were solve Basques so then they sold so many masks. That now. Aquarium in the whitecaps became mask selling companies. Because, we didn't realize. They're having trouble unders that. Is His leadership. It's like day guided. What community remains around the team through a really challenging time like one of the things that one the lines that I come back to you over and over his his opening press conference where he says you know. Everything will be judged fifty fifty. Nobody knows one hundred percent what they're going to be doing. Is We come into this it? It's been so What's right and what's wrong is GONNA be judge. Retrospect was his quote. And I I. Believe I believe that in. I think that in retrospect you have to say that he was doing a really good job with like caps in to again have. Another. Up a firing, the comes out of nowhere a firing where if you judge the circumstances and how it was alleged to have done with pretty shabby? Thing to do to somebody who had just started a multi year contract on in this is not the first time. This has happened with the whitecaps. Right the all the way back to Alan Roach, APP? If you think players who? Who thought they had things? Who thought that they were going to get? Even, he who shall not be named. Old. Camilo signed vessel. There would certainly there there. There were pieces in his contract that he was on with seeming to make more sense. When spectrum! With. Sports team like! It should tell you everything. It should tell you everything and also everything about the whitecaps that to bring in a CEO and then to fire him. Have that be the turn the flash point that a lot? Of like die hard supporters, who were really really leaning in and going all in on the whitecaps this year have finally just thrown their hands up and said I'm out and canceled their seasons tickets and. and. This is really they. They're taking it very personally. And I get it, but I'm also at the same time sort of like. This is a business guy. Like this isn't your favorite player, this is a CEO who's been at the club for less than six months and. Shouldn't. That tells you everything about the kind of impact that he had as a as a person, and in his role that this is the kind of reaction that's happening and for me, it just regardless of what the reasons actually were. it just shows you. How often base the ownership is? They just have no clue what supporters want and like a need and it really would have been better just said. This is a financial decision. Thanks so much mark, but we can't afford to keep. this probably very expensive rule on payroll said we're going to be consolidating. There was probably a way to do this. That might have made a little bit more sense and saved some damage, but it just. It, so cloak and dagger and just. Seemingly unnecessary. and. For me, the unfortunate part is everybody likes Axel Schuster as well. It's not a case of flake. Oh, we're going to go under now because we don't have that leadership, it's just that. Why hire this person? Why higher this expert y benefit from all of that so much and then just. Let that person go. And, it feels the reasons given just feel insulting, because it's like supporters are are smarter than that. You're just giving empty business. Speak to say like guns were consolidating and streamlining moving forward with one vision in one voice be like. Yet a guy that dealt sports side and One. Complicated? What Mallett said about this that they wanted to focus it down to one voice i. You have an owner that says this. It's I feel in. This is all speculation on my part, but I feel that it's never. It's never about some lower manager that feels aggrieved in there was good, no external sense that actual Schuster had any issues. I have never came across information that the two of them had any friction in the. Warm Toward Act Law his way out the door, so if you have a chair that says all over. We have an issue with speaking for the team. I don't think that it's somebody that's not the owner that feels occurring. I think the issue is is that they had they had three key things. Castellini Lucas Cavalier signing actual Axel Schuster impaneled were the three transactions. It's like wow, this team which his. Spots wheels alienated. Its Fan base in had nothing to show for it on the patch. This team may actually doing something. To of those items remain in place, but. But they all were also lead on a foundation of people that were still the ownership was still in play. Certain other keys were still in place. In people wonder why are they gonNA do much different, and this is definitely the same. One of the one of the things that. Bothers me. Is that you have okay, so we talked a lot last year in the depths of this issue with a the problems that existed at the women's team. Around sexual misconduct in in how they were reported in what the power that were Delta Right. They said we're apologizing. We're going to try learn from it. And at the time. It felt like what's a team. If you can't. If you can't respect, you can't feel good about. The the office. About the club it's. Part of the feeling that I have is just like. Are we the bad guys? Do we. You know like it's hard to. It's hard not to look at the. WHITECAPS is a that does bad things. In one of the things that you. One of the things that really bothered me. Is that at the same time. I. Had it written down here what the time line was! Another thing that happened I. Think days after we spoke. Last is bit Anthony Blond Dell was charged. It was revealed Anthony Balloon Dallas charged in twenty nine for sex assault that occurred while he was white cap at the residents were other players lived. At the same time as they were trying to loan him out or sell off. The or sorry? The incident happened the year previously while he was on the roster. and. Then he was loaned off and he was sold. At the time that he I can't remember, he was sold after with each charter viewed being charged as as it happening, but they're. They're mentality around. It is not talked about it at the time because he wasn't an employee. This was the white cap statement about it. This is after. They said they changed. But before they brought in Houston. So you have this thing where they say oh well accident. Now you can't say. No because he came in in January, but like this is a team. WHO's the complete recovery from what had happened in the protests was really based on the idea that they had changes an organization that they realized that both win. Those issues took place and also. Last year. They realized that they were screwing up last year. They had done bad things with how they. Had handled it, and that they were going to try and be more in the future and then didn't do it. In. And and there's been aside from the hirings of. Axel Schuster and Martinez there really hasn't ever been any evidence to support that. There has been change and as we've seen. Systemic cultures is hard to uproot, and it doesn't change just because you bring a couple of New People in. and. Ultimately yeah. I agree that. Your question of what is a team I. feel the same way there's such a disrespect for for fans and people. Really Really Really WanNa like this club that. It's just like. Can you stop viewing everything as a PR issue and Just own up to what's happening. and. Be Transparent about things because that's the stuff actually wins you. Some respected some understanding and maybe some empathy, but I I ultimately feel like the ownership just treats fans like a they're stupid or be. They don't really care and both are wrong. And it's really not surprising to see. People abandoned this club in droves and. I think the thing that's easy to forget. It's the only played one home match. Is this year is that? There is still really struggling with attendance. They're really struggling to get people into seats. And yes, the new signings helped bolster some of that, but they weren't even close to beginning to recover over what happened last year, and the sort of bleed bands of anyway and but. Especially I think it's easier for them to. Go well. For financial because there's a number of people that have just. Finally had enough and just walked away from the club probably for good. Because it's just it is a pattern and I. Think at this point. It's fair to say there is a systemic toxic culture. The whitecaps it seems to come from the top, and it doesn't matter who they put in place because that person could be removed tomorrow, and we'll never know the reasons and. Like the the promise of a different future for the whitecaps just seems to be something that. They're really good about putting a spin on it and saying the right things and. Sometimes even bringing in the right people to say the right things for them, but at the end of the day. If there's no desire to change it, it's wild to. Initial period where you take pretty substantial payments out of people's accounts for products that they're not getting. In then you fire the person who was in charge of making people okay with that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean I don't know how many how much of being canceled before. anyways we'll, we'll find more. We'll find out I suspected. That will find out more. It really affects the view is ticket has really affected the view of the team. From, the rest of the in, it was bad, you know people were putting the these lasts. What's the what are the best hand mls? Rivalries is specifically going out of their way to say a Seattle Seattle and Portland but not cover. Like they were just like there's there's there's a large amount of Baker disrespect, which I feel bad about, but also of maybe. But it gets harder and harder to fight you know. When! Exactly if you run your club like a bunch of amateurs, you can't exactly be upset when people point you out to such and. At at this point, most people are like I mean fair criticism. a I feel like. We offer some sense of optimism in one of the things that's happening around the League is. A conversation around race and racial discrimination, obviously horrifying things that are continuing to happen daily against black people in the United States one of the. To me more encouraging things. Black players coalition of molasses. Of Black players got together and formed this on of their own volition and. Perhaps. The most surprising thing is the MLS is actually officially supporting it, and giving some much deserved airtime and. MLS and a complete about face from last year is standing pretty firmly behind the message of black lives, matter and standing behind black players, and although it might be politically convenient for them to do so now that there's a critical mass around it. It's really encouraging to just see the league. Take stock and let players speak for themselves since the killing of George Floyd. They've been highlighting a number of black voices and Emily Watson These are. The essays and and Soundbites and things that they're sharing from these players. They're not pulling punches in Emma's seems to be letting them speak from the heart and speak candidly, and that's been both encouraging to see also really enlightening because However. You might think you understand about a situation hearing about. More different perspectives about it in the lived experiences, especially for black players MLS. Has Been something. That's been great so I I'm glad to see that. This momentum has carried through to an actual players coalition. That's going to be I mean it really is from the players for the players and and fighting to. Look to rectify some of the things that have been. You know you saw is accused of. Hosting interesting roundtables last year, this is. Significant. For A win, here's what I think is important about it. You I think the the thing that you can judge a brand against at this time, so many brands are jumped in with their their messages about how this mattered, and then immediately they're getting you'd where where somebody for except the awful stuff done in the past. US soccer getting this you'd over. They put out there. Statement and people were like. Hey, remember when you made a rule about how you're not allowed to protest the anthem anymore and they have rolled that back. Thankfully, the difference between some of the things that can seem performance is that I really appreciate the the like. Black players are being given a platform to you know they. They were speaking anyways as soon as this was happening, many people were outspoken but. To give the the players themselves a platform to make change into actually put as opposed to to do a marketing campaign like to actually put people front and center, and putting them forward and letting them. Direct the change is really really important. Yeah. Absolutely as just bringing up. There's been so many great things that players have have brought to the fore but I've been in particular reading. Jeremy Abobo. Who's always been outspoken guy. has been incredibly eloquent about. The situation that's going on and and especially. The. The the long history of this, and exactly how these mechanisms play today so I. I just encourage people to go through if you're like me and you've kind of been taken a bit of a break from mls content, and you're not entirely sure what's going on MLS. Soccer Dot Com right now has most of their main stories voices of black players. And it's a pretty broad range and different perspectives on where things are at. Differing levels of ideas and and anger, and what comes next and I just. It's really refreshing to see a league. Let's player speak for themselves about the issues that that matter and I think is the perfect example of how as always soccer has been really great example of how politics outside world does matter, and it does impact what's happening on the pitch and it is more important than the sports and we don't need our soccer players to just shut up and play the sport. this is a great example of it. Look do actually have really important and intelligent things to say about this and maybe. The those of us who are saying well I don't want to get my political opinions from athletes would do well to show. Wants to call this the League for America as they as they did in that ad advocate piece last year. It's like the. Do Create this community in one of the things that I wanted to mention it was unfortunate on. That the situation with Alexander Tie Where his wife said something said a number of things on instagram that were really awful and. It made. Him. Unacceptable to the community around that team. I'm. He said that he did. He doesn't stand by it, but he is dawn from the team and I At least from the statement that I saw he understands why and It's the metric for how you judge. Somebody related to what their partner does is always challenging, but in this case, the community of the galaxy made it overwhelming clear how they felt about it and what they want done in I am glad the La Galaxy took such swift action. Absolutely and that's that is some. I think that. There's there's always going to be an element of people that talk about like. You know the witch hunt tour. You know the. These sort of trial by twitter kind of thing that that get upset when things like this happen, but. For me, it's it's like well. This is the supporters as you say that sided really what should happen and just make it known? This is not a player that they're prepared to support going forward, and they'd like to see removed from the club and. I think that. That ultimately that's that's. That's only ever going to matter more that. Supporters Care, about who's putting on the Jersey and who's representing them on the field and Why talk about a team? Why talk about community? Why talk about respect for? the Jersey in the city and all of that if you're not going to stand by it. Likewise come commend galaxy for standing by that because it does set. I think a really good precedent for the team to say. Look if you're GONNA play for this club. You're going to have to accept certain things about where you live and the community around this club and if you can't. Support those things and you're even if it's your spouse, who's going to be going off on social media about it then you're not welcome here. And I think that there's really no clear message that can be sent at this time that. You know to equivocate on these matters is to completely lose the plot and lose direction and his exactly why we're in this mess. other news. That we that has been going on The end of US I'll return to play his coming I. The the the the people there. The the the frustrating thing is that they are currently planned to be the first you know league back and everybody They're talking about the return of professional sports so many people are saying are listing all these leagues including in. It is the end of your will be the first league back. In. I had this I. had this this? I had this number of primary I think June twenty six. June twenty-seventh was close. is is Rio. Tinto called Zion's Bank stadium. Now that's specialties, anyways. It'll be interesting to see how that comes together. They also had some CB issues coming up to it. With. Players getting. In exchange for salary cuts, I think I'm getting some a or exchange for I'm not sure exactly. Confessions were, but they got guaranteed contracts, which is great news. That's that's really good. Katie Premier. League is looking to do its own bubble single site tournaments on the last that we heard I believe from the commissioner where looking at either Langford. BBC CHARLOTTETOWN P I or Moncton New Brunswick as the potential home for that. That's kind of up in the air in the Canadian. Premier League situation. That's different I think it's Canadian sometimes. It's hard to understand just how different the situation in the states is. Health wise. But but I guess the other thing that's different, too, is that most of the players have been in Canada this whole time? And So the? Slightly different concerns around having bringing together. The For the Canadian women's national team Kenneth Higher Mahler is heading back to Denmark to accept a teaching role, I believe. He finishes his His tenure I had was like is like twenty. Winston losses. In I. Think the discussion around us has been. That, he did not do very well. If you look at if you look at the tenure because the metric of success is the World Cup in Canada could have done a lot better at the World Cup in in. I think that did. The HUNNAM era maintained. What was already in place in I think gay some time to young players, but I don't think that that there was. addition. Other other than the development of those young players. I don't think there was was progression in the team itself and indeed they dropped to be for ranks from when he started out. Yeah. So the the the process of what is GonNa. Happen with him is what's going to happen with the replacement is. is going to be interesting. Those are those are some of the things that that I've been? Tracking in terms of other tournaments, we're going to have so much. We we had no soccer. And now everybody's GonNa dishes always something that I. Think was predictable. Everybody is going to get there. Try to get their tournaments off the same time. We'll see. We'll see I. mean and I really. I I know that folks listening to this. They've been in the same position as US and just WANNA watch soccer in bullying. We're with you, but. It's they're not just playing soccer. They're playing soccer amongst a global pandemic like the all of us trying to. Maintain, some sense of normalcy God. We want soccer back, but we also want it to be done responsibly and safely and not see this dragged out even longer than it needs to be so. We'll see should be an interesting few weeks. I have one more actually. I realized I forgot I F C Cincinnati hired former. Manchester United Player japp Stam coach then posted a picture of the wrong ball guy. Well I mean that's a mistake anybody can make. A, which twitter really well with? That was so. It's important that we have a little bit of levity in this time. I feel like FC. Cincinnati is just forever going to be the like younger brother and mls raids, just like really really trying, but just keep stepping in. Where can we find you on long? 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Want to get away from it all the FBI in peace and War Barry McGee. The unexpected, the unexpected, the unexpected. Now here's your host. Talks. In Graham. We head back to July fourth nineteen, forty, eight, an episode of you. Are there starring? John Charles Daly the declaration of Independence, the events of July fourth, seventeen, seventy six in Philadelphia. And we thank you for tuning in on this Saturday. Independence Day the fourth of July, the one hundred eighty six day of the year one hundred eighty days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. And, yes, this is Independence Day, not just the fourth of July. said on the stage in seventeen, seventy, six, the US declared independence from Great Britain Henry David Thoreau moved into his shack on Walden pond in eighteen forty five Lewis Carroll I told the story of Alice's adventures underground, the ladele sisters in eighteen, sixty, two in eighteen, eighty four, the Statue of Liberty presented to the US in Paris. Katherine, Lee Bates published America. The beautiful on this date in eighteen, ninety five, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine Lou gehrig stricken with a LS made his spare well at Yankee Stadium. I consider myself. Lucky man on the face. But I might have. been given a bad grade. But I've got an awful lot to live for. The Yankees retired GEHRIG's uniform number four, making him the first player in Major League Baseball history to accord on her back on this date. In nineteen, thirty nine, the US celebrated its bicentennial on this date in nineteen, seventy, six, far made in Austin Texas on this date in Nineteen eighty-six with a star, studded list of performers, it raised over a million dollars or relief to our farmers. The US Pathfinder probe landed on Mars on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven in two, thousand, four, the corner of the Freedom Tower laid on the World Trade Center in New York City. Oh, it was on this date. Also in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six that President Reagan celebrated the. Anniversary of the receipt of the Statue of Liberty. My fellow Americans. If few moments to sell them to begin here in New York are. Quiet show. I was just looking over the preparations and. Saying that had. Hollywood. About never doing a scene with kids or animals. They Seal Zine every time. You can rest assured. I wouldn't even think about trying to be. Fireworks display especially on the fourth July. My remarks tonight. We'll be brief. But it's worth remembering that all celebration of this day is rooted in history. It's recorded. Shortly after the Declaration of Independence was signed, Philadelphia celebrations took place throughout the land and many of the former columnists, maybe just starting to call themselves Americans. Set off cannons and marched in Fife and drum raised. What a contrast with the sober seen! That has taken place a short time earlier in Independence Hall. Fifty. Six men came forward to sign the partial. It was noted at time. That they played their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honors. That it was more than rhetoric, each of those new the penalty pride trees. We must all. Benjamin Franklin said. Or surely we will all. Separately. John Hancock central his signature in large strip. King George C. Without. They were brave. They say raids role the bloodshed coming years. Their courage created a nation built on a universal plane to human dignity. On the proposition that every man woman and child at a right to a future freedom. For just a moment. Let us listen to the words again. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. They are endowed by. They're creating with certain unalienable rice that among these are life liberty. And the. Hands. Last night when we read rededicated Miss Liberty Relive or torch. We reflected on all the millions who came here in search of freedom inaugurated in Independence Hall. We reflected fly to. On their courage in coming great distances, settling foreign land, and then adding onto their children and their children's children. The whole symbolized statute here just behind this. The whole America. It is that Sunday every people in every nation of the World No? Hope of millions all around the world. In the last few years I've spoken in Westminster, the Mother of parliaments. For side where French kings and world leaders, war niece President Reagan on this date in nineteen eighty. It was on this date in two thousand nine. The Statue of Liberty's crown reopened to the public after eight years of closure. Following the September eleven attacks those passing away on the state. Our Third President Thomas Jefferson our second President John Adams. Our Fifth President James Monroe also marie-curie the Nobel prize winning physicist also wrestler. Donna actress. Eva Gabor painter television host, Bob. Ross Charles Kuralt on the road. Berry White. And a fine man Hank Straem not only find coach football player, but I also knew several of his children. We went to high school together. This is the birthdate of Stephen Foster President Calvin coolidge. You'd listen grant. Louis B. Mayer Rube Goldberg Louis. Armstrong Meyer Lansky Mitch Miller Ann Landers. Abigail van, Buren who, by the way was the twin sister of Ann? Landers in case you didn't know and Lee. Mean of the Queen of mean Leona Helmsley, Neil Simon and bill withers, who passed away this last year at the age of eighty one. Happy Birthday number ninety six to even Murray Saint also number ninety three for actress Gino Lola Brigitta. Talk show host Giraldo Rivera. PSYCHO SID SID vicious. Sid Ud's is real name. and. He's retired to play softball at the age of sixty and former. Well she still the the child of Barack Obama Malia. Obama's twenty-one, those some of the people who celebrate the fourth day of July as their birthday. If this is your birthday. 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Opponent of the Declaration of Independence has moved here on this evening of July seventeen, seventy, six, an opponent strong enough to rally the latent opposition to separation from the mother country. Oh, Mr John Dickinson Pennsylvania's leading delegate to the Continental Congress has just told reporters that he intends to speak on on the floor before the final vote is taken. This in a supreme effort to block this declaration. Commit thirteen colors as the revolutionary war with. Dickinson agreed. He is sticking his political future on the outcome of the vote, the anticipate that if he failed to block passage of the Declaration of independence. will be affected with congressman who live off. Seventeen seventy six. STATEHOUSE FILADELFIA. You. John Dickinson John Adams Thomas Jefferson. CVS takes you back to the evening when the colonial leaders both the showdown battle on the issue of. From England for the continent's hanging in the balance, all things are as they were then except for one thing when TVs is. there. You are there is based on authentic historical facts and quotations now July fall seventeen, seventy, six, The Philadelphia, statehouse and John Daly. Recess which is now officially over. We heard from the end of this microphone here on the floor of the Congress to bring you this new. Dickinson has not arrived yet. You should be along any minute, but meanwhile the news has preceded him, and it's having an explosive effect on the delegates to present. It's a matter of fact. The weather isn't helping things. Very hot here in Philadelphia tonight, and they're heavy. West gets ruffles wigs. The delegates in the hall, perspiring profusely. Even more irritating. The Haas flies from a nearby stable which come in through the open window. These flies nasty so much, so that Mr Thomas Jefferson Virginia the author of the Declaration has said, but it is not at all unlikely. This debate will be ended not by shop logic of the delegates, but by the even shopper biked of the host fly. Major George Fielding. Eliot has been talking to the delegates. Ready with his analysis of the possibilities inherent in Mr Dickinson's announcer. Switch you now to our CBS headquarters here in the Congress. Come in major elliot. Vetoed. Carry great weight there. Is announcement therefore come as a shock to those delegates who want the Declaration of Independence Pack Mr John Adams from the Massachusetts State, calling me. Leader of the independent body had hoped the declaration would go through unanimously, but that's no longer pop. Indeed, the declaration may not even Pat. Adams and Mr Dixon personify the present political complex Mr Adam is the son of a Massachusetts lawyer. He was educated for the law in New England. He agrees with the man who dumped the east India company. t the Boston harbor all Adam Pride themselves on being a plane man, the delegates regarding him. And in Colorado all who different with these views Mister Dickinson on the other hand was born to wealth. His education at London Little Temple. He has a mild amiable, sincere manner. He opposes independence because of his conviction that all political injustices can be righted by illegal methods with. Far Violent or revolution got the moment John Adams and Thomas. Jefferson enter the hall so back John Daly. Jefferson Jefferson is the Jefferson. You've heard the news that Mr. Dickinson will speak against independence. Your comment. I I have the greatest respect for Mr Dickinson's. And Integrity. Mr Adams and I wish we could say as much, but his political is congressman is in no mood for anymore Mr. Dickinson's temporizing. Relegates have learns of no Mr Dixon what he is spineless, extra credit best and worst. ENEMY FOR MR ADAMS, we're very glad to have your comment. Also are you accusing Mister Dickinson of being in the pay of the British I hardly think Mr Right if you. Missed the Dickinson has consistently sabotage the work of his buddy. Die Fallacious appeals to reason and by parliamentary devices. Of Independence would vote as soon as president and cook arrives and calls this meeting. And I am company. Gentlemen would be unable to sway the Congress with of course, which is not well launched. Thank you. Look at Jefferson. The delegates are taking their seats. And if you must have gathered from Mr Adams remarks the long smoldering enmity between him and Mr Dickinson has finally flared out into the open the debate when he and Dickinson crash on the floor promises to be more violent than any of this congress heard in the two years since I've been in existence. Mr Dickinson has just ended the hall and he has to pass microphone. He's coming this way. Let's. Talk to John Adams has just called you an agent of the enemy Mr Dickinson, would you? Does anyone who differs with him, the being agent to be innovative, but I cannot allow myself designs by themselves. The question is shallow. Colonies declared themselves independent of the mother country and this question. My opponents have been awesome on it. Will you explain that Mr, Dickinson? Eleven Times in the past two years. Congress pledged itself ought to see. In January of this year only six months ago, the Congress passed the most solemn declaration to the affected. We Americans have no fault of setting up an independent nation and now. Tonight Mr Adams asked us to break our pledged work. Then he demanded, but if the people favor independence, Mr Dickinson. Adams has confused people. He has engineered Cudi in the provincial legislature. In order to. To pack this, Congress with delegates, favoring independence, he has organized gangs of. To roam the streets at the citizen, Tom. Attacking those who oppose revolution, but isn't it true Mr Dickinson that at least fifty percent of the population favors independent, is it right but one of the population to impose its us on the other half by ten? Can these colonies hope to achieve victory in a revolutionary wall and The people opposing I predicted that the Congress passes. The declaration of Independence with the result will be simple law, useless legit and ruinous to be true. To. Pennsylvania is. Now. Mr John Hancock, the president of the Congress has entered the chamber, but it will probably be few moments yet before he calls the Congress water. Mr Dickinson said that considerable portion of the people are opposed to independence Ken Roberts is. The State House where a representative crowd of Philadelphians are awaiting the result of the vote, so let's find out what they think about independence. Go ahead Hendro. Active hatcher unwanted. You. Hate Federation cute. Killed fighting separations. John Adams. It should be forays enlisted Jefferson. Don't they make peace and end this killing visit, had you? Would you want peace at any price plea? You tell me why. My husband should die at Boston fighting the colonists. If the men of New England have a quarrel with the British. Let them do the fighting and dying themselves, but this radames Jefferson they want freedom for all the colony I don't care about freedom. My husband said. Thank you. Now here beside the Richard Caswell water in Philadelphia I've got the rescue well. What do you import honest of English couldn't say. You Guys grown. Rider. With the big house. Horses lava covered with. Written Long Hawk where you come soldier. Washing. What the news there! What's happening site? Wait a minute. Wait A. Writer is gone to the State House. Whatever the news is our record as? You as soon as it's really. I'm sorry about of interruptions. Guys well. You. Tell me with you favorite independent. Cindy do. Independent from what can we be independent waiting in my family's income auditing? My. My This talk about separation. It's ridiculous, ridiculous fishes. Through anything ever since this war started shipments, shipments percentage seventy six percent place. Basically, it's in my firm. Seventy five clock missed CASWELL. Listen to dog you. The Dif- The colonies. We're independent American businessmen, but then trade with the entire world who wants to play the entire world. What do we need the world everything? We can produce selling everything that we need. We could buy from England. He just commonsense its own. How do you suppose economies have grown prosperous and strong important? Picky trade with England for take training. Yes, but what about the heavy taxes that the mother country has improved what about taxation without representation, van, bad fitting van, but independence worst much worse. What about booking? We have brings. Cyclic thing intelligently me with without without bloodshed fact, Mr Adams and Jefferson those those men in their radical home. They wanted to get politics power all interested in power God. We'll independent Henderson. We've already becoming dependent principal and gratitude to the mother country. Lauded for me to continue, which were becoming dependent of cash clothing those vividly. Yours just life itself. You Tony Docking. Story. Behind? This approach. Here, That fish, they never inevitable liberties. A terrier this guy was. Fitting him. Crowd is going wild acting. With the casual, the ground can't see him, but I can hear his cries. The men are bending over him forgetting that fist pounding. This is John Daly inside the Continental Congress. We have interrupted Ken Roberts because President. Hancock has just called the Congress to order. He's a buck. Read the dispatch, which has just arrived from general. Headquarters New York present Hancock. In general Washington's dispatch. Remedy. Combination of actors and real CBS News People made this program very believable and Berry enjoyable. From seventy one years ago, July, fourth, one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight. You are there here on Classic Radio Theater I'm Wyatt. Cocks this independence day Saturday. Edition continues with the news from seventy one years ago and the conclusion of you are there. THANKS FOR TUNING IT? Just doesn't feel like summer. Without an ice cold coca call in your hand, stop by your local convenience store today and grab a twenty ounce bottle of Coca Cola Coca, Cola, zero sugar, or pick up even more delicious refreshment with a twenty ounce bottle of Diet Coke sprite or Fanta, so no matter how you soak in that summer sun at home or on the go, grab an ice cold Coca Cola today and enjoy. 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The advertiser said Harry Carlson Democratic National Committee for New Hampshire disclosed Eisenhower's exact position. The paper quartered Eisenhower according to calls from the saying I. Will Run if it's an honest draft. Europe waited tensely for developments this weekend in the Cold War growing hunter on two fronts, one inside and one outside the Iron Curtain that flat, rushing refusal to lift the blockade of Berlin was expected to draw trump protests from the western allies directly to the Kremlin. The United States and France were expected to use every possible measure of Moscow short of an. An outright threat of war in Russia's Eastern European family of Nations Yugoslavian Albanian seemed on the verge of battle, following the CON forms denunciation of Marshal Tito and other leading Yugoslavs a Gallup poll. Just released, said sixty nine percent of Americans think that the US is being too soft on Russia six percent to top fourteen percents about right eleven percent no opinion. Your Trade Commission last night accused six book publishers including the Book of the Month Club, falsely offering free dividends or bonus books. The complaint charges. The publishers use such terms as free bonus books and book dividends is false, misleading and deceptive to compete based on the six months old commission ruling that sets words is free. You may not be used if there are any strings and all on the offer. The National Disaster Relief Fund announced yesterday that grants of about sixty one thousand dollars made last year to one hundred and forty five dependence of persons who perished in the titanic disaster. The titanic sank in the North Atlantic on April fifteenth nine. Thousand Nine hundred twelve. High Place Democrat charge yesterday. The isolationist, the Republican Party had their day in writing the nineteen forty eight GOP Pratt Platform rebublican McCormick could Democrat Massachusetts chairman of the Democratic Nineteen Forty Four Platform Committee and mentioned now as a possible vice presidential nominee made the accusation in a formal statement. He called the New Republican platform the product of disciples of reaction. An airline clerk at Logan Airport in Boston, glanced through the passenger this yesterday, and excitingly called the pressroom Harry. Truman is here and flying to England. The newsmen dashed out to the runway where they met Harry. Truman A British chemist not President Truman. Sensing the disappointment of the newsman. Equipped quipped in Salt Lake City. Two hundred people were on hand to beat me. Though, some of the top news, stories of the newspapers of Sunday July Fourth Nineteen forty eight on your radio. You are there which continues now on classic Radio Theater, because we have interrupted Ken Roberts because President Hancock has just called the Congress to order. He's above, read the dispatch, which has just arrived from general headquarters in New York president. And General Washington's dispatch. Rate British Louis is isn't this moment? I've seen. He's got an island in the Hov and redcoats Orlando now the. General Washington advisors the British attack on New York's. Must be expected Molin tear on. The enemy of here's Dr overwhelming superiority in numbers equipment general Washington can do for the state. That it may be impossible to defend New York. With a slender authors. Congress recess the five minutes. Again recess the sound of brush them. Hancock scandal has released current of excitement and confusion bordering virtually on panicked. Delegates Risen from their seats. They are moving about the floor, talking to each other in loud voices often shutting their arguments. To John Adams and Mr Thomas Jefferson have rushed up to the chair Mr Adams is Pale agitated only Mr Dickinson of all the delegates here in the chamber has remained seated this the in just a moment. Sir, here's this Redwood Rutledge the delegate from South Carolina. So what effect do you think? The News of the British arrival will have on the independence vote. He cannot to have a profound defendant. Force and logic Mr Dickinson's position. Thank you, Mr Rutledge Mr Rutledge is one of Mr Dickinson's supporters here as Mister Eldridge Gerry, a delegate from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and independence. Man Mr Kerrey, what do you think of the announcement said? Frankly, I don't want to miss. Dickinson may win. Argue now to the Declaration of independence might not be worth. None of we must be. Muscled. Gary Major Elliott has more news from New York, so let's switch to him in our CBS headquarters booth. Come in major Elliott. We now know that the British fleet number one hundred thirty vessels. The troops down board are commanded my gun William how one of the Lund's general. The appearance of the clean has thrown. New York disorderly confusion. And the legislature as with gone for safety to White, plains. Miles away. Our, New York newsroom and farms. Shortwhile ago CVS correspondent net calmer passed through the British line on Stanton Island under safe conduct interview the British commander in chief. He made a tape recording of this interview, but our New York newsroom. We'll pay for you now. This is the kitchen of a staten. Island Farmhouse, which now serves the General House headquarters. A regimen of redcoats is on parade outside marching to the music of British military bath. I can see them through an open window from where I'm standing. In tight, fitting scarlet coats and long diggers, these trim soldiers in step to the music look like the best fighting men that they are General House Will you tell us how many troops you have a jaundiced puzzle? Fourteen thousand on these island and an additional thirteen, thousand of the general calls and ran across champagne. You know you you don't mind giving general. Washington. This information saw thanks. I doubt that's GONNA. Make any difference if Washington knows it I. Take it then general how your completely comfortable victory! There was man you see out that they the those of Fountain Pate. The finest troops in the world and crush Washington colonial militiamen at the very first encounter utterly. Washington book out, or he's leading nothing. Like Todo. He's officers. Hardly to call, should we say rotation Dream General? Washington made quite a good showing in the war against the French under English does. This come onto! Tacoma CALMA general how you know of course that the Continental Congress is about to vote on independence England. What you can't comment on that, yes, guess I would like to say something to that. I would like to save his friend about this is SORTA. Just because I think, I have amply demonstrated by Friendship Road Connecticut in the. World indeed yes, if I recall correctly general how you want stated publicly that you would never lead British troops against British America. Of course of course, but situation changed the company's. Be Nick buy a pack of extremist. This rebellion by the mouth must be crushed, and I have the lawsuit, which do customers, the greatest free at the most powerful force of soldiers ever assembled in an elegant. I. Hope. All my up that we're not. Do Disarray. Politics, Direction! Paid it comes. The extremists ejected. Find the continental Congress and at the advice. Pay No more moderate man will prevail. Thank you general how? This is jarred feeling an Philidelphia. The interview Jeff Paired with a tape recording made by Ned Calma at headquarters on Milem, the recess here and the Continental Congress continue. So delegates are confused, shaken their Adam Jefferson and Mr Benjamin Franklin the leaders of the Independent Party are doing all they can counteract doubt and hesitation inspired by the news from New York. They're trying desperately to maintain their strength to keep their pledge votes in line, and they are insisting that the final vote take him tonight without regard for the situation. The New York on the other hand a group of. Delegates is urging postponement until we have more definite information from. General Washington headquarters. The commander in chief Ed his dispatch that he fears that he may not be able to hold New York, the cautious delegates WanNa know for sure whether he will fight art, surrender the city without a struggle and the conclusion of you are there from nineteen forty eight seventy two years ago, today comes up in three minutes here on Classic Radio Theater. You know it's true. Difficult Times have a way of focusing us. We have to think about what matters most when it comes to our spending, our healthcare, no doubt this is why so many people are joining Meta share. Meta share is a trusted way to save up to fifty percent on your monthly healthcare costs. More than four hundred thousand people have already made the switch. It's pretty obvious why, too especially now during this challenging season with healthcare costs and out of pocket expenses going up, medishare can save you a lot of money. 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The conclusion of you are there from seventy two years ago. Today July fourth. forty-eight. Our correspondent fire is now a dental Washington pick water. He may have some last minute information. Now the dental walking headquarters in new. York but call your reporting. I'm waiting here on the parade ground before General Washington's headquarters. Commander in chief has promised to answer. My question soon comes out to address this troops presumably to make some form statement about the news of the British arrival. Vehicles Blowing Assembly. and. Then of the regiment's running a joint formation. I can say the flag of the first Massachusetts I believe in the Virginia Rifles, the Connecticut and many others. And all his massive thousands of men I see very human uniform. Troops are dressed in civilian homes, button, and quite a few of them where the fringe leather shirts which marked them as frontiers meant. Washington is still not come out on the parade ground. Here's a militia by. J. Just a few questions. You've got plenty of time. What's your name? Tom. com, look, let me get Williams. Will give me that's alright. I'll fix it with general watching. Tom Seventeen high ever seen any action against the British of no, not yet well, you'll probably see action soon right here. New Yard Line afraid if that's what you mean long. Have you been in the army? COM Two months. Look Meeting to thrash me all your questions. Right sure how long you in for I'm going back next month. That's when my three months throughout all upon listed me wanted to make an Ken don I say well. He added ten dollars and I'm going home next month. There ain't nothing wrong with that. You know I'm lifted for the money and then deserted without even seven three months on. Yes, but what about Independents Tom? How do you feel about independent I? Don't know nothing about that on his Mr. Could General. General. Approaching the microphone. Where's his full dress uniform? Against the side of his, he walks. General Washington. Are you going fight for New York? It is a difficult. Frankly. If you elected by General Washington. Do you think you'll be able to defend? New York successfully. I will do my best. And God willing. We shall be in. Any event I would to save you all the people. Do, not yield to. General and view of the current situation. Do you think the declaration of independence should be passed at this time? That must be decided by the Congress. In Philadelphia. General Washington. Commander in chief is walking away across the field now. Shoulders slightly bent. His jaw trustfall within the manner of a man who bears an enormous responsibility. But which is ill prepared? This is but caught here in New York I return you now to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. This is done daily at the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. This is the long-awaited climax of the debate on the Declaration of independence. Congress has reconvened and because Mr. Dickinson asked to speak against the declaration. Mr Adams has also requested the floor. By agreements of votes will take place when the two speakers have finished also by agreement before the session began Mr Adams is speaking, I is exerting his most. To keep the votes pledge to independence from voting and Mr Dickinson really succeed well. We'll only know when the vote was taken, and now let's listen to Adams. Declaration of Independence Gentleman. This congress. Official recognition with. which already existed? That Cullen in awe actually impact in the. That's. WHO Exercise! Vs Causes Temperamental paid for a postponement declaration of independence. In May, have time to books and conspiracy. delay is. For the atoms of the enemy, defeating the cause of which so much blood has already been shed, there must be no other than. The people are. The people wait for the commerce to them the. Congress Now to. An opponent. The Declaration of independence. Mr. Dickinson is coming up to speak Dickens face is Pale, his fister. Clinton. Marketing all of his strength for the at the garden, waiting now, the congress to come to order. Mr Dickinson. President I Q my opponents. I've sentencing. They do not. Thank can not believe. That these colonies. will be able to an. Independent States. Bathroom goal is not independent. They explained indignation against the mother. To further their own personal fault you. Mr President. My opponents that appeals the most. I make my appeal. Intelligence. and Luckily. President. visage trump Ron Staten Island in Ovo whelming. About to attack New York. Gender laws fast could be difficult to bed, but the relation of independence now. Only to divide the people of New York and make the defense of that city hostess. Declaration and you will set other Games A. Comedies and becomes the Cedeno Walk Fan with a mother. But civil war as well. And enough. Senseless. Fratricidal goal that is no ability affects. Proclaiming dependence this evening, gentlemen and you. You Man. I. told. I I. Beseech you both. Dainty Independent. Has Been received without a plug. The delegates calling the question there seems to be no object. But wait a minute several. The delegates have risen. Nut Graph to the floor. These delegates are leading the hall four five. Three more others leading also and I recognize some gun. Men, who have been really undecided, apparently, they're unwilling to talk on the Hans of a dilemma swayed doubt book by Mr. Adams and Mr Dickinson. Great fearful moment of decision, some of these men are apparently not capable of facing up to A. And Budding Declaration of independence. Will be calling. Each. Even. Will decide. Luckil-. Votes will be cast. We decided to abstain. Seven votes will carry the show. Off! Massachusetts. John Adams. Back. Rhode Island William. Roger Show. Just. Reverend Dr Witherspoon. Catchment. In on becoming. You. A independent. So they. Mr Benjamin. Delegation from pension. Probably got. The seasonal. Laid. The declaration of Independence is Delaware has cast the deciding vote. There's no reaction from the delegates and continues will very probably be unanimous Vicodin as. Many of the individual delegates are shaking their heads, however, no matter what navy said against the declaration. This document is impressive. It reads wells. It begins when the cost of human events James it necessary. Then continues and I quote. We hold the truth to be self evident. The dog men are created equal. They are endowed by their create her with unalienable rights. Among these of life, liberty, and the pursuit of have you live? Seventy six. Arriving. Loses inspite to block the Declaration of independence. And the thirteen colonies go Paul would. Do establish the United States of America seventy two years ago. You are there on classic. 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"You did you miss that as you get to the end of verse thirteen. I focus on this one thing. Look at it forgetting the past looking forward to what lies ahead. And what a past. Paul head i realized as i say that i'm speaking to people who also have had some pretty lustrous pasts. We have in our congregation. A person who was once a professional football player. He was a star in fact of the team. We have an individual congregation. Who has been a professional musician. Played them find orchestras and symphonies. Still please very well home. But all of this past we have individuals who have run companies. They've done very well and their success is now known among the business world a realized that we have you who reared a family. No small task. Your children are pressing on doing what you long for them to do. And that is fulfill the will of god in their lives and you look back remembering that passed. All of these things in the past have had their great glorious moments you. You may even have a shelf where you have your awards. Nothing wrong with that. Trophy cases are found in many homes. Maybe one of your walls is marked by plaques photos images of a you with other great people i have a good friend in j kessler. Who was leader of youth for christ and then later became the president taylor university. Wonderful friend deer man. He said you know realize chuck is. I looked over the wall. I have pictures of my shaking hands with great people. All those great people are looking at someone else. While they're shaking my hands. I feel is i mean very little those people though. That picture means a lot to me. Paul look back at his wall of significance and of killing you. No one else in his day could have these trophies. That is all of these. I count seven of them. Beginning at verse. Five of that same third chapter. He started off. Exactly as a good jew would begin. Circumcise the eighth day of his life. He said i am pure blood. Citizen of israel. A member of the tribe of benjamin the smallest but the significant tribe from which the first gang of israel chain saul king saw came from the tribe of benjamin. I was a real hebrew if there ever was one. Since paul i was a member of the pharisees you. And i don't appreciate that because in our world there aren't appointed official pharisees. But when you were a jew you were a pharisee. You were like none other. I've been told at a sword. Could pierce a scroll of the scriptures in a pharisee tell you which words in the scroll or peers scriptures like. That much of the word of god was memorized. Especially in the tauron. Always from the old testament. I was a pharisee. Who demanded the strictest obedience of the law. A source zealous was that i made a career out of persecuting christians. Those who were standing against us those people of the church those who saw themselves as the at least the called out ones i found them and i put thumbs down on them and i saw that they were brought to trial and i watched to some of them were put to death and i smiled all the way through it. I obeyed the law without fault. It was it was a an external blameless. Nece life and i love the applause and i delighted in the significance of my role. But would you notice what he writes once. I thought those things were valuable now. Everything else is worthless when compared with the infinite value of knowing. Christ jesus my lord for his sake. I have discarded everything when the apostle paul peeled away the layers of his own personal interests reveal that everything is worthless when compared with the infinite value of knowing. Jesus you're listening to insight for living in a message from chuck swindle. We'll hear more from this. Study in philippians. Three on tuesday and trump is here to share a closing comment as well so please stay with us to learn more about this ministry. Visit us online at insight. World dot org Let me give you a sneak. Preview of what's ahead in the new year of twenty twenty one chuck has already mapped out his preaching schedule for the program. And i'm pleased to tell you that we're going to begin. A brand new verse by verse. Study through the book of matthew. Matthew provides a detailed description of the life and ministry of jesus that begins with our king's arrival in bethlehem and ends with his great commission in addition to teaching series. We're pleased to offer his brand new commentary. it's called swindles living inside commentary for matthew and is published in too hard bound volumes. If you're prepared to deepen your knowledge of the real. Jesus we highly recommend that you purchase your copies in time to begin the study with chuck to purchase windows living insights. Commentary for matthew. Call us if you're listening in the united states. Dial one eight hundred seven seven to eight eighty eight or go to incite dot org slash store check in these more than forty years of ministry insight for living has been teaching the bible. I've never witnessed two year quite light. Twenty twenty chances are you haven't either. This was a year define by ginormous disruptors. The disrupters personal disasters that derailed our plans and stole any modicum apiece would come to enjoy the number one. Disruptor of course was the unnerving corona virus. But make no mistake. The chaos cannot be oscillated to a contagious flu bug alone. In addition covid seem to ignite a powder keg of emotions that exploded like bomb shows in our political and civil discourse and the end result. Our world is embroiled in a diabolical war against itself. These are series days. and now you're probably thinking. Come on chuck. Lighten up little. I know. I know it's not like me to paint such a dark and hopeless picture but i would deny the obvious if i didn't acknowledge the minefield of troubling issues that litter our path today. So here's where turned the corner less. We think we're trekking through uncharted territory. Let's pause to remember. Jesus has been down this road before in fact when you think back his times were rife with crisis just as ours are in fact when the baby jesus broke onto the human stage in bethlehem the political climate enrolling was deep and treacherous caesar. Augustus was demanding a census and herod the great was on a rampage of fury and it was no accident that jesus arrived when he did remember. Paul's words the fullness of time came god sent forth his son galicians for four. What he meant was jesus arrived right on time. Ultimately jesus died on the cross right on time and later walked out of the grave. Right on time i believe the god has appointed insight for living ministries to declare the truth about jesus for such a time as this. It is right on time. He is our only hope. Christ is still the one who is able to bring light when all around us is dark as night. God is still with us in this year of loss and violence division arguments an pandemic so now as we turn the page and come to the end of this chapter called twenty twenty. I'm asking you to join me in proclaiming the truth about jesus with a world that's overcome with fear look. I'm keenly aware that many are listening family have endured financial setbacks. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public news service to a newscast of the twenty nine twenty and twenty flippered. Us house voted monday to beef up. Stimulus checks set to go out to american households in the coming weeks from six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars wash post reports. The chamber acted swiftly. After president trump demanded the larger payments last week but passage of the measure is uncertain because senate republicans have not unified behind the idea as a reminder on sunday trump signed into law a nine hundred billion dollar emergency relief package included those six hundred dollar checks but he called them measly. The post notes had forty four republicans joined the vast majority of democrats. Monday and improving. The bill narrowly clearing the two thirds threshold. It needed to pass almost twenty five hundred people younger than twenty five. Were living on the streets at some point in twenty twenty. that's according to estimates from a network of agencies the serve the homeless the study released. Monday found the numbers. Rise to more than seventy eight hundred when you include youths who are sheltering temporarily with friends or relatives madeline ravaged with the connecticut coalition to end homelessness. Says that's sixteen percent better than the year before. But it's still a huge problem whether it's seven thousand or nine thousand. It's still a major major issue that we're going to find as many youth and needs to be better. I'm suzanne potter january twenty six. When normally there would be a point in time count but dudakovic. They can't send teams of volunteers industries. So they are cord anyway. Town officials and partners who served the homeless across the state for this year's count small towns focusing efforts on environmental restoration and creating equitable access to greenspaces despite the challenges for the pandemic the city of mount airy teamed up with resource institute and pilot view resource conservation and development to restore more than twelve miles of the air out river which runs through the city as well as expanded outdoor recreation areas for residents mount everest director of and recreation darren. Lewis says the granite city greenway is a walking and biking trail that connects three schools and is walking distance from several housing authority developments. Brennan the greenway. Six point six miles in length. Today we have memory high school mary. Middle school and primary school that are connected to the greenway. The children are fortunate. They can walk right outside of their school classroom and on the greenway louis says in the future. The city aims to complete the northern loop of the greenway that will connect additional schools and link nearby pilot mountain with the goal of creating a regional tourist destination. I'm naughty overall lagaan. This is the democrat schroeck. Us forest exports economists say supply disruptions in southeast asia were american logs and lumber are turned into furniture is to blame along with a drop in consumer demand. Andrew muhammed's a professor at the university of tennessee at knoxville tennessee with actually particularly hurt by more so than the national average and more so than the regional part of a is. Many tennessee produces a highly. Reliant on hardwood exports to asian markets has furniture sales dipped by eighty six percent in april around the time. Stay at home. Orders went into effect over the summer. Us producers had lost more than six hundred seventy million dollars. It's a new survey of women. Aged fifty and older found lockdowns. Social distancing during the coronavirus have amplified feelings of loneliness. Chronic loneliness can drive up cortisol levels in the body which can weaken the immune system diminished cognitive performance and increase the risk of heart disease margaret manning the founder of the group in the poll says the percentage of people experiencing loneliness was up ten points from the previous year. Eighty five percent of the women in our community said. They felt lonely at some time in that last year. Seventy eight percent said the covid nineteen pandemic had really impacted their loneliness and social isolation. The survey found that limits on the ability to socialize during the pandemic of amplified feelings of isolation and many respondents said. They have experienced a sense of hopelessness and anxiety when leaving the house. Sixty one percent said they turn to video calls to keep in touch with family and friends and nearly half used video calls. For the first time. I'm eric galapagos. Finally after passing the clean energy act this year. Virginia is in the vanguard of states moving toward one hundred percent clean. Electricity are diane argument checking out a new report. It shows barriers. Such as low electric vehicle inventories that could prevent the commonwealth from reaching the goal. The virginia drives electric report. Shows more than half of virginians say. They are likely to consider an electric vehicle for their car. According to stewart gardner with generation one eighty which put out the report but the state lacks pro av policies such as those its neighbor maryland has such as requiring automakers to sell a certain number of low emissions. Cars tori is really a barrier that the average virginian electricity camp. Because it's just not there at the deal of the president of the virginia. Automobile dealers association says it supports efforts to increase. Ev sales but policy-makers need to conduct additional studies about financial incentives and battery charging infrastructure. In the state. This is mike clifford. Full public do service illicit supported her. Radio stations big and small and online at public news service dot. Org but if we are to be prepared for it we must. I shed our fearless without fear. Because i remember. I remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years. We have these machines and after a century of i remember that which members us make them remember. Yeah veered into the into the into the year to declare your independence me. Here in west of phoenix pau arizona and interesting show for you today in the second hour rachel katherine Arizona standards united. This is a you know. Lawsuits and challenges against the state's ability to do lockdowns and so on This woman happened to be a ron. Paul look back in the day and She's in ohio and she just got all kinds of excited. She found out she's gonna be able to talk to us and we'll have a lot to talk about because this is what i wanted to do. It inspiration that we've had. Last time is overlapped in activism. This time and we're going to do it. We can help them again. So this is Why we're on the road. This is what happens. You know you get people all learn. And they're big giant sign makers and i go all but let me tell you what we learned. How many new pieces of equipment materials never gonna be buttle heads definitely definitely definitely before dimmer taken the trip segues into our first our guest. Donna and i are going to be going to colorado we won't go visit some people and so on the way or picking up a couple more domes and We have Them stored in different places in mega. He wants a sixteen foot. Because air create. Harry eric reid. Harry learn about air crete when he was in new york. I think he's in brooklyn or something. Did a lot experiments backyard playing plan. Because now it's time pulled. The trigger moved out southern colorado and building. Homesteads out there and he has these different air shooting. What you call it the shot creating with air and different mixes of everything. And then bob anderson. And i just a couple of weeks ago drove down the southeastern arizona with a place that just a couple out in the middle of the nothing's but dislike forty acres for thirteen fifteen thousand dollars. I mean i mean cheap desert okay. So they but they got going on out there. I mean it's got a nice road right to you know so it's not that bad so we took the bus down there and we took a dome. They put it up and made it part of one of their Shows and it just went stupid. Or oh i want to them. Okay and aircrew harriet. We had interviewed months. Before goes they watch each other's channels. I guess and he goes. Hey is that what you were talking about. Well i want want so. We're going to go ahead an owner way east going to key west We're going to do in the southern after january when do doing the southern part of the united states and then move up as it warms up and like carolina beco- california back arizona and places in between we got fast food to go to you know fork fast and pork fast and every fast and all these fast and then back to arizona for jack low premium fast in august and then we plant ourselves find or looking at land right now and So this is going to be on. Our way out will wreck the domes aircraft. Harry is Has an idea has been using taibbi and gloom taper them together or whatever and put them under pressure to create a shell and but to get the structural strength. They need to pass structural engineering for permits and all other staff. They need some kind of structure rebar and he sees the do this do that. I'm going yeah. what do you think. I've been screaming for years. Everybody so now. He's my new best friend. He wants to do this. They're going to be doing a lot. Experiment what i wanted to have tested on it and used it build. These cheap inexpensive high quality high insulated kick ass. Domiciles is We're going to be doing that in of january now. What we're doing in the first hour. Jim davidson Is working with mark swat tack on a idea of creating a real estate development in oklahoma. That is you know for freedom communities. Now they a telegram. And we'll talk about that a bit. And but jim davidson. We've known for a long time is kind of an economics and you'd better be buying some bitcoin. Gold mostly precious metals. I know him from. And he's been going around the freedom community looking for opportunities like this. And i'm i'm excited about having freedom communities but you know i don't know how community it can be. We found here. We're doing due diligence on it now or meet with people this coming weekend. We've been taking trips out there. Two hundred seventy seven acres out the mill desert. Now it's not free. It's over three hundred thousand dollars. But that's the only thirteen hundred dollars acre but it's in the mountains and you have but way we would build and what we were doing going. Yeah and it's surrounded. Four sides by blm land. So you're not going to have any neighbors but as a corner to where it goes to road and we're going okay got that Only in this close you know half hour you You're in town. I think i'll vote that the reason it's so cheap but there's goal minds on it and he's actually got gold mines so we're going okay. There's that dig a basement or get rich. So this is we're going okay. Okay what's what's the problem. Well the problem is is that it's rounded by blm and it's not really a good for a developer but is perfect sub for something like this but there's a lot of mountains as a little val. It's in a valley with mountains on two sides kind of thing so we're going. Damn that's you know. That might be damned. But it's all a libertarian france. Pick me pick me pick me pick you. What are you bringing in. The infrastructure are you. Are you going to build a water line. Are you paying for the well or are you going to be doing You know the the planning of what do you bring. are you an ad. Are you subtraction you know are are you a liability you know are your welfare recipient. You know y- mindset. I i have no idea so what jim is done. He and mark working on valiant real estate development business plan by jim davidson and mike raw tack. And it's what volunteers sinagra living in absolute non-aggression. Today except where you signed. I totally agree to the hoa. You'll see. i need to find out jim. Hi jim you've got a couple of minutes for the first break. I kind of sets it all up that we're all on the same page. There's a bunch of people activists we need to get away from. Amer going to be building living creating communities of our own intention. And it's a hippie. Commune with the volunteers. V on it. I mean you explain it to me gojam. Well one of the things that we're definitely not doing is having a homeowners association because that leads to more government and we don't want more government we want less government so we're not doing subdivision where keeping the entire property as a unit and then we're leasing individual on some ground to different people long term leases nine years nine hundred ninety nine years and our goal is to avoid every involvement with the state. Possibly can't so when you subdivide property. I've been involved in real estate going back to texas nine hundred eighty six when i worked for air development and you you create a registration with the county that you've taken this big piece of land and turn it into all these small pieces of land and they're excited about that because they get tax each individual home more than they were able to attack the big wad of ground which is probably exempt under agricultural use but the individual plots now now and then they build a house on it. Somebody's crazy enough. They'll the house on his own land and then of course the property taxes like going into break hold on hold on land. We have to charge you more. Hold on we're going into break all right now we got we got y'all excited you on the edge of your seat. Everybody we're gonna to be talking about this. Exactly the jax exac exactly what we've been talking about for the past year. How are we going to do this. We're gonna find out also in the telegram guys about sound levels and stuff. Because i'm a new board and helped me out feel for all picture in the real estate market. Today is one of frustration. When you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would. Have you believe that everything is okay. But the long term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting to see. Another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell your house. I can help. This is donna. Hancock was silver alliance realty in phoenix arizona. 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Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org video of our key. New hampshire based shows screamed on d. Live please follow following share at d. live ellen dot. Fm that's d. live dot l. ran dot. Fm remember that landed and talk show where we're going their arms in rome sticking around row ads. We got flying cars because we got flying cars. So what we're gonna do is going to build a community. How are we gonna do this. All right. don jerry listening on the network and everything good. Yeah she's gonna let us know and guys out me out on telegram all right. I need to know several things the first thing when anybody wants me to join their hippie commune i go all right. I got three questions. He goes jim. he's the first questions one. What do i have to do to. What can't i do and three watcher. Conflict resolution go. Okay number one. You have to be peaceful so zero. Aggression is a part of the agreement. No one can be involved in the community unless they agreed to the zero aggression principle Secondly you have to agree to be available to do the things that you think are necessary to defend community so that may just be defending your property or it may be jumping into your boots and grabbing your rifle and heading to the edge of the property and helping everybody in and off the comedy hordes And then you know this be. A resolution is an integral to the way. The community works. A lot of those ideas are embedded and The books by the person that we are emulating in this is spencer mccallum. He wrote the art of community in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy which about this. This concept of long term leases instead of subdivision he Helped to bring windy map. Roy example to a voluntary and he also edited the book The law the somalis buying uncle fan on which talks about ways of resolving disputes without having a government without having a permanent court having ad hoc courts that only exists. When there's a dispute to be resolved okay well the first thing you said i have to I got a i got a defend. I d- i don't want to. What if i got an escape pod. What if i'm just hanging out with y'all and all the galloping hordes or come in your lucky i told you from my. You know shuttles that. I'm in now in orbit of bite me. I mean what you're saying. I have to defend assuming you're gonna make a balloon flyway right now whatever. My blip i got my airship as a precarious you know the pirate ship of it sucks to be here so just see the thing is. That's why these are such good questions. What do i have to do. What am i prevented from doing. What you regard as essential for the defense of the community. And i don't want to defend the community to run away. Then you run away okay. So i'm allowed to run away to me to decide how you going at. That would be a grudge. I would be coercion. I can't force you to defend the community that you're ready to believe you get on your ship. You fly away. And i just wanna make sure i can go. You know. this is the first question the first answer i got a. I remember that Camp casey in front of The ranch with george w bush back in five six. They're out there camping. Cindy sheehan's there and got bunch of socialist remove on invaded. They were in charge and it was the same kind of thing and they said. Well you have to this and you have to that. And then one of the guy. The head guys goes no. We've had libertarians in our families. Or whatever and he looked at me at this kid he's like nineteen and he's like what and goes yeah. You'll have a lot of libertarian. Did voluntary thing you know. They're they're good cool probably best guys and And i go. Yeah as long as i get to leave you know. And he goes. Yeah but then. It doesn't work. And i go. I might drop mic drop. We're done here you know. That's the point. Is that you know they want to make you participate or add to or be or bring or leave or something you know what you had to leave your stuff there for him and you usually and this is the fallacy of centralization. They have this concept that their structure is more important than the individual. And i believe the opposite that the individual is more important than structure and so if people are not building their aircraft domes on their piece of brown. And doing things with you. Know the water. 'cause it's oklahoma's we get lots of rainfall eastern oklahoma taupe desert You know we can. We can Take care of all of our needs with rain water and and garden and grow huge crops with stuff so people should be independent. Your power should not depend upon my home my home. If i decide that i'm gonna leave and take my stuff and put it in my air ship and depart that shouldn't affect your ability to generate power to to grow your garden to do your thing on on your super and upfront in our our development. We're going to have a bed and breakfast so people can come and visit. We're going to have a campground with rv poultry through. Is it going to have self storage lockers or the people you know as they're moving in. They can store their stuff somewhere. You're have a big community hall with restaurants that people can eat other. A lot of these things are are part of the concept of doing more locally and not go into walmart drive to tulsa go to walmart and spend all your money. Give it to whoever walmart gets I think it's important to how community money. This is one of the things that when he talks about her search for l. series which appeared in the libertarian. Enterprise way back in nineteen ninety six Those i warren said that you know you need to have a place where people could meet they can. They can eat together because that turns out to be really important to keeping the community together and it's also important to have the money that you can spend locally Like the liberty dollar was a silver money. Berryville arkansas Nearly every store would accept the liberty dollar silverman You know this is. This is something that we can put together. We can we can. Obviously you know. There are thousands and thousands of cryptocurrency. An maybe everybody in the community will use our the point. Or maybe they'll yeah. I noticed that what they do. Okay let me wendy mcelroy. you know those Very interested in as kind of thing from the beginning and she writes for where she is. She's on victory foundation quite a bit now so windy. She lives in canada. Now done she. She's been living in canada for long. So i'm going and wendy was very upset with gulch. This is the same kind of thing in argentina. You know Jeff big in this thing and gov gulch what it was golden chili that she got a chilling kelly s right so in chile in my first question. Same questions when they did this. They wanted me to go down and be part of influence influencing bring people in over here doing calm. Because i had three questions what i gotta do. What can i do. Conflict resolution and the main thing is is. I knew a friend of mine had bought land in chile before and they ran into problems. They sold their interest in. The reason was as water. It's the way that they do. The water and the done their due diligence on that. How yada yada yada. So there was something off something wrong and that went bad. Windy was very upset. I think she put quite a bit of money into it too. So this is a urine america here. So i've our laws go on this kind of thing but the thing is is that yes. I have been paying attention. All these type of Efforts i know you. And i know mike so that helps a lot but the thing is is that from the beginning. We're already looking at a lot of structure who owns that. Who invest in nap. How is that recouped. is it recoup. Is it a joint thing is that i mean. Are you building a development and doing development. Different states look at development in different ways with different requirements. So we need to have the laws of oklahoma on this just like they should have done on checking in chile. And that was the problem there. So we're going to find out more. Look i'm sorry but you're in for a world of pain if you use clay nomi. The reason is their wallet. Doesn't support payments. The solution is simple. Let them hear your voice message. Coin me on twitter. It takes five seconds and tell them any pay sent you because they're on the fence right now and your voice will prove that people care about using bitcoin for payments. Go tweet at coin omi now or even better. 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This is the liberty radio network at l. n. dot fm. It's time for declare your independence with ernest hancock to be part of the show. Call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred jim davidson mike flood tech valujet valiant real estate development. Okay so it's a business plan for for me or for for valiant. Okay now i go in. And i say all right. I've seen this before. Zone is always cheap. Land out here. We're gonna bill heck you'll ask for it or adam co caches up there. That's what you know bunch of that. Was you know that all that land was same kind of thing but it had no water. They got one like community. Well it's down five billion feet and that kind of supplies everybody in their trucks and whatever. It was a water problem. Well they got some rain water rain harvesting then he start learning about who amounts and you start doing to start doing technology. That's the point of pirateswithoutborders dot com. Is that technology is going to empower the individual to be able to take care of a lot of the things even ten years ago. You weren't able to so now we're going so when you go development i'm going i i got. I got a three hundred thousand dollars. I go buy me a nice house somewhere. Give me a little bit of land out in the whatever the hell where i go. Join your community you know. What am i doing my three hundred zero. What am i getting. What's their how my investing. What's what's the prophet and my investing in valiant and my buying land from you guys already got land or you're looking for land wants the first step go. We found a piece of land and the guy who founded actually mike. It is Someone who's lived in this area for many many years and has built on his own thirty five acre property there so he knows the air he knows the laws he knows what the county is going to ask about. We're about hundred feet North of like who she is. Uca jay which is Away to the cherokee pronounce it. Don't dump down my throat about pronunciation. 'cause it's not my life which man And mike has been living and working with the people of the area. Where is like if you take a line between. Also they'll arkansas and ice that line where mike And so you know we found one hundred eighty acres. We're you know in the process of securing the property We've written a business plan on how to make money doing this. And how to help people form a community and it's all open source or goal is do this in a way that once we've done it anybody can do it anywhere else. Obviously in the mountains of oklahoma are different. I am from arizona arado and we we're way out of the rain shadow so we get lots more In there then y'all do and some of those mountain valleys up at all so that does change. How things are. i mean. there's a lot of of forest on this ground right now A lot of its old trees. Some of it is even like bowl burl walnut it's got that Fungus or something So there's a lot of valuable trees on the land already And and it already has roads and it already has a power the cross it so if people wanna be on grid power for our however long the grid in this You know it's right there and the power company with a you know. Boil down to their their particular piece of brown. And they're building eric dome and they're doing their thing with us. You know the power and then they put up their own solar panels and disconnect from the grid or or whatever it is they want hold on july second. Yeah i turned on. i'm going. where's that sound coming from. I turned was looking forward on line here. And i had i got it on. Yeah i got some music plan. Oh there it. Is eric clapton standing. Deliver written by van morrison had just came up with a new song and album. All about you know. The government sucks so. This is that that was appropriate. Okay sorry about that. I so i'm looking for this. And how do i spell this lakes name. Uc ha like he. You c. h. a. oklahoma. Now there's actually a town there's there's a there's a utica and there's a new noguchi so you know it's been around long enough that they needed a new one. Okay now one of the things that mike had lane his land was somehow associated with native american tribes. There you know am i. Wo- had you get land on tribal land. would you know. So you know is this And then oklahoma had a ruling where you know. a native. americans aren't subjected to jurisdiction even off the read. Some mayors weird stuff going on there so I'm looking at the pictures here. This is heavily wooded it very heavily with yasser. So what are we looking at cost per acre here and you said it has a road you got. You got road a lake nearby and woods and you can neo clear. Cut your land if you wanted to. What's up absolutely is the you know you you would have free rein over cutting down the trees or leaving the mob making a garden wherever you want. You know building a house wherever you want on piece of ground that you're as your designated area okay. Now you're going to be Valiants going to buy the whole property. Correct i how much is that. The asking prices three hundred and forty nine thousand one hundred ninety five. Really okay really. I ended a lot of other land in the area. So i would encourage people who are looking for lamb with lots of water and lots of trades to think about the ozark mountains. You know we have people in tulsa and fayette bill and they come from far away is joplin and springfield missouri to To our meetings of our brew and so there's a lot of a lot of people in the region are not just know talkers but also do we put together. A lot of you know gardens. We've been talking about doing an air creek dome on immigration project. You've got three harry's all over it man. He's he's go he's waiting on me. Get up there in jan. Ms do it. We have the ready to. i'm i'm mara because he's already been doing this the problem that he's had not that it's strong enough. It's to pass them permitting government. We need somebody to we won't rebar and the rebar is pain. Es and not necessarily but to a geodesic dome as the rebar bar. And then you're building it would Different mixes that. He has and equipment that he has the equipment. I'm going all right. Because i wanted to see how it's done. Learn by the time i get. I don't want to have to reinvent the wheel so you know i'm going all right so there's a lot of opportunities here but i was to go. I'm going to your you land. You're going to buy land. And then when i get a lot i'm buying it from you does ab deed restrictions. I got to join a homeowner association. Houses going to work. I'm opposed to homeowners associations. Ernie k hiller was a was a code enforcement officer or a sedgwick county. Wichita kansas a subdivision. And that's how he got access to all of those houses eat it would knock on the door and find out you know which person he wanted demise next and then he would know because he was code enforcement officer. They help had answered the door. And okay now. I got up. Google earth spell that lake from me again. He what j. c. j. okay. Let's take a look here soon. So what kind of winters doing big at the bottom of that case so was just. How is it shoreline. Far you the shoreline about six hundred feet property owner the lakefront property but they have not so far listed that for sale so so nice lake. A swamp lake rocky lake kind of lake. Is this an polluted lake. It's got factories on the south shore. What now it's a it's a. It's a water reservoir. So it's part of the water reservoir system for the city of tulsa so the water is very very here and wonderful delicious. Okay so we have all right. I'm seeing eye so you're not too far from the big cities of your between yard like in the triangle of fear. Jobin to see rod tulsa. I the bentonville about forty minute drive. Really fast okay. Go you're looking to purchase this or you have purchased it or what. So the idea of the plan to identify for the investor how they would make money by investing with us and we're still in the process of raising the money on the land. Do all of this. Is you know from the third letter of captain. Mark the crown's observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves. Therefore constant surveillance produces a society of constant deception. Honest communication is the sea of civilized conduct to deny us the seed to us. It's fruits but the crowns. Primary objective is to stifle free thought itself to make it. Subjects capable of dissent season pirates have always encrypted messages codes and ciphers to intercept transmissions. Were incomprehensible but today. 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Oh my god of everything page page page page and there's maps he says here. Okay so i'm looking at google earth. I'm getting the ida okay. i'm i'm interested. I have we talking about here. You you're gonna be selling ten thousand acre. I mean ten thousand square foot. Lots acre lots. A twenty acre. What what are you looking to accomplish. Many mike's our chief engineering. He is actually no Divided up all of the lots along the different pads that we are putting roads into We are building our own runs. It's true you can build roads with the government. I've done it before and mike has a view that we should not be less than half an acre on any the lot. So that's that's the smallest and then they go up about. Okay i give you the example Yeah see. I need to know. Simple things i have been to my property. We had here. North phoenix a couple of acres horse property. I had one like a quarter acre. That was totally open pasture. Just sitting there. And i'm going you know i could just put a bunch of solar panels in there and i could sell electrcity to my neighbors make a profit. You know what we did just last week. We went ahead and got a really nice panels down to twenty three cents. A watt so. I bought a bunch of solar panels had already gotten about the copper and the patching stuff in cabling and all the tools and all that kind of stuff. Now we're looking. We're about ready to pull the trigger on some lithium iron phosphate. Batteries have gotten really cheap and high-quality of god show. We're going and bob anderson. he's just bodies cleared. We are here with a bob cat. Clear more desert for more panels. Sean going well. If i moved to a place like this first thing home. He's getting electrcity. I will not be short of off grid. And i'm not gonna depend on the man. I think you're going to screw you. I'm going i be dialect. Chrissy guy everybody plug in ernie's electricity. Am i able to do that. Going to be able to sell by. Do you know that absolutely you know. We're not going to stop if from doing whatever you want on your land if you wanna put up your russell or panels and sell electricity to other people were eager to happen. the other thing is is that mike swatted. Our chief engineer has been looking at a a long duration more expensive battery. But it's uses an iron and it's actually in the plan. I think someone next week. Lithium iron phosphate batteries. Now but they know the technology fusion reactors i mean. Yeah that's it's gonna keep getting better. It's good enough now. Like oh my god you know. It's gotten so much. What was batteries brother. You know they'll laugh. I mean you never know. But the thing is i'm not worried laughing. I'm not worried about that. What i'm worried about is the ability to be left alone to do that. There's going to be some department. You didn't do it right. you know. Come explain it to me. I'm not allowed. So i need to know you know when you do a development you put yourself in a totally different category so it's not just like an individual but you're selling the lands. You don't really get to do anything the meal we're not selling the land. That's the thing is that is that division in most states than you have to involve the county government have to accrue plan for this development and your subdividing it so you cease to own all of the property as set and the county becomes the owner of the roads and sewer storm sewers and then the individual property owners are assessed and tax and. That's a mess. And that whole system doesn't work. Not why spencer mccallum came up with the idea of long term leases and talked about this in his nineteen seventy book artist community. That's the direction we're going. People will have functional ownership of their own land but it will not be visible to the county government. County will not know who lives on a particular what you'd be cloud schwab saying that you're not gonna own anything and love it. Okay i mean so so i just need to know you know how this is going to so i'm not planning on giving it to my great grandkids or something. So long term would be able to do that. Okay so long term lease a what ninety you can assign release to whomever you want okay. So it's ninety nine year nine hundred and ninety nine au really reason. I mentioned that there are. There are leases that were started in amsterdam and in london a thousand years ago that were renewed at the beginning of the sentence if you can imagine leasing property that somebody and the economic relationship works so well that they making the lease payments every year for a thousand years and then they renew after that has happened on this planet. Well here in arizona happened in the late. Eighteen hundreds had ninety nine year leases on the apache native reservation up here they built really nice homes and i remember his eighties nineties or something. I was younger and thanks for the house. It's been really. Hey ninety nine year lease ours now. Pace is done. And i'm going woo. Okay there's that now nine hundred and ninety nine years that's you know i'm kind of you know feeling they you know i'm good with that but this so that qualifies you know with these guys for not having to be a development that's the thing about your involvement with the government is. It's it's an antagonistic relationship. And so you have to have lawyers. Have people know what they're doing. Well i've experienced with real estate law and we know people who fit that bill. So we're working with those people and make sure that what we do is not only compliance but also when they decide that they want to change the rules. We have ways of making stop all right so ninety nine years a nine hundred ninety nine years which is you know. Far as i'm concerned you own the land and then you have infrastructure. Is there any agreed. Infrastructure are us. Hey man now. You're you're buying pinky swear promises none. I mean you know. Is there some picky swear. Promise the large. There's a large amount of of a great infrastructure that we're providing we're putting in roads throughout the community where winning and access to power where people want it or which will probably be above ground. It's a lot cheaper than and then digging underground power utility company and Then we're also working on the front of the property so that there is a meaning house as a restaurant are still going to be. You know there are going to be is there so if people wanna poll power off of the powerful. They can do that okay. But they're paying they buy from earnings solar power. No i'm just. I'm just wondering because once you get utility in their new. You're not allowed to sure as hell aren't allowed to use our transmission lines to feed in. Send a fred or something you know. These are all things that they can't you know be not overcome. But i mean you know it'd be of interest to me and So you're looking for investments in actually buying the land in the beginning so it's The investment in to real estate companies give me any land is at some nine negotiate with you guys what i would expect. The people who invest will be negotiating. That sounds yeah. There's some very nice pieces of of ground on the property that now there's a spring and one of them They comes out of a little cave runs into abroad and runs down into the well and delay coochie. So there's a lot of There's a lot of really nice Pieces of ground there. And i would expect that the people investable want you know okay guy who make sure you go to Freedoms phoenix go. Declare your independence furnished handcock on the top right up there and you go into the days archive show and the pdf has business plan there. You know it's like you know here. We go so the land. Three hundred fifty thousand dollars do this. Well i may rip you guys off. But i'm you know i'm i hate paperwork and it's forty seven pages anyway so i'm going to intellectual property. Let's let's not call it a rip off. Take what you need rather yeah. I'm going to give me. I'll take a look at it and go damn a lot of a lot of words here okay. So for one hundred. Eighty whatever bunch of acres intentional community thousand dollars. They start and jim. Mike's going to set it up for us. go hi. i'm a little bit a little bit. Some talk to mike and see what's up on our travels. We'll go by your show from it take can look at it. Keep healy do the drone kinda see. What's up man. Fast is in april men. Were doing mid test right here by. Oh yeah we'll do it on the land you know maybe why all right all right. We'll keep track of this now yet. Real estate development and oklahoma. We're more avid jams. We'll do this again. Why did you move to the shire. I moved here to the shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty just as seriously as i do. I moved to the shire. Because i saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that i could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people like me. Who got it and once i got here i knew there was nowhere else i wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world. So i moved to the shire to people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. That people here are awesome loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something important is happening here and i just wanted to come to sort of be part of that. 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But it's still a huge problem whether it's seven thousand or nine thousand. It's still a major major issue that we're going find this many youth and need to be better. I'm suzanne potter. generally twenty. six is when normally there would be a point in time count dacoven. They can't send teams of volunteers. Did the streets so they are coordinating without officials and partners. Who serve the homeless across the state for this year's cow. Small towns are focusing efforts on environmental restoration and creating equitable access to greenspaces despite the challenges for the pandemic the city of mount airy teamed up with resource institute and pilot view resource conservation and development to restore more than twelve miles of the era at river which runs through the city as well as expanded outdoor recreation areas residents mount aries director of parks and recreation darren lewis says the granite city greenway is a walking and biking trail that connects three schools and is walking distance from several housing authority developments. Brennan greenway is six point six miles in length today. Tweet have mentoring highschool. Mary middle school and their engine. Primary school that are connected to the greenway. The children are fortunate. They can walk right outside of their school classroom. And on the greenway lewis says in the future. The city aims to complete the northern loop. The greenway that will connect additional schools and link nearby pilot mountain with the of creating a regional tourist destination. I'm nadia ramleh gone. This is the ns. The pandemic has shrunk us forest. Exports economists say supply disruptions in southeast asia. Were american logs and lumber are turned into furniture is to blame along with a drop in consumer demand. Andrew muhammed's a professor at the university of tennessee at knoxville tennessee. With actually particularly hurt by this more so than the national average it more so than the regional. Part of that is in. Tennessee produces a highly. Reliant on harwood exports sports to asian markets you as furniture sales dipped by eighty six percent in april around the time. Stay at home. Orders went into effect over the summer. Us producers had lost more than six hundred and seventy million dollars a new survey of women aged fifty and older foul lockdowns and social distancing. During the corona virus have amplified feelings of loneliness chronic. Loneliness can drive up cortisol levels in the body which can weaken the immune system diminished cognitive performance and increase the risk of heart disease margaret manning the founder of the group conducting the poll says the percentage of people experiencing loneliness was up ten points from the previous year. Eighty five percent of the women in our community said that they felt lonely at some time in that last year. Seventy eight percent said that the code nineteen pandemic had really impacted their loneliness and social isolation. The survey found that limits on the ability to socialize during the pandemic of amplified feelings of isolation and many respondents said. They have experienced sense of hopelessness and anxiety. When leaving the house. Sixty one percent said they turn to video calls to keep in touch with family and friends and nearly half used video calls for the first time. I'm eric glass. Finally after passing the clean energy act this year. Virginia is in the vanguard of states. Moving toward one hundred percent clean electricity. Rdm argument checking out. A new report shows barriers. Such as low electric vehicle inventories that could prevent the commonwealth from reaching the goal. The virginia drives electric report. Says more than half of virginians say. They are likely to consider an electric vehicle for their next car. According to stewart gardner with generation one eighty which put out the report but the state lex pro av policies such as those its neighbor maryland has such as requiring all to sell a certain number of low emissions cars inventories barrier that the average virginian you if they want to go electric. They can't because interest not there at the deal of the president of the virginia. Automobile dealers association says it supports efforts to increase. Ev sales but policy-makers need to conduct additional studies about financial incentives and battery charging infrastructure in the state. This is mike clifford. Public do servicemember. Illicit supported her radio stations. Big and small and online at public news service dot org. I remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me. What because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century i remember that which matters. We're still make them remember league not at the end of the year. Declare your independence. Amir stand near in the desert west of phoenix At doing best candidates internet thing. I've been watching a bunch of Starlink videos are getting one hundred megabytes down. Calm malibu. it's a happening it happen. I don't deny when we first started doing the level lucia. We've been activists since late eighties. I mean you know i. I've been doing this thirty years. And i tell you you know. The biggest thing is it's who inspires me and then we do our best inspire others. This is why we're doing the love bus liberty to her. Because we know what's going to happen always happens people like you can do that. Is that easy and you can shot. But who do that well. Rachel catherine's young woman back in the day that got inspired by our activities. Seven and eight rachel katherine. I started questioning the government in my early twenties when they invaded iraq. After nine eleven. I started my activism by attending anti-war rallies and being outspoken against the war on terror i got fully involved in activism in two thousand seven campaign for ron paul in two thousand eight and twelve in ohio. I was a state coordinator for we. The people foundations continental congress. Two thousand and nine. I worked with that. We are changing hieaux in this timeframe as well. We did things such as host a conference. Dr ten penny confront politicians went to bilderberg n. g. twenty although i did not make it to g twenty personally did a lot of support work for it. I follow a libertarian. Volunteers philosophy and believe in free markets. Sound money and taxation is theft. I have long known of election fraud. And the criminal activities of the government and the only thing that continues to surprise me is the lack of people standing up against them. I am one of. The founders of arizona stands united and one of the many volunteers working with arizona stands united to challenge the new normal unite concerned citizens and educate through activism. Really i it's arizona stands united dot. Org our mission. Our mission and goal at arezzo stand united is to file a federal lawsuit. Challenging the governor's declaration of state of emergency as well as file other state and local law suits restore our freedoms by reversing mask. Mandates social distancing shutdowns and more we will reclaim arizona. Educate the people about the reality of covid nineteen with data driven science as well as ensure our constitutional rights are being honored. we are freedom loving arizona's who insist our elected leaders be held accountable and be shown they cannot act with impunity for their radical actions. We are an all volunteer organization of committed. Patriots were passionate about restoring our constitutional rights and freedoms we take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit. Getting touched for more information at arizona. Stand united dot org rachel. Welcome to the show. This is awesome. And you just know that there's going to be groups and organizations like this but you know my thing is i'm like yeah i'm all for getting government numbers. Now get that government number of the press a cover it nail know you're there and you can go educate people them what for but Counting on the system to you know restore rights and some judge slap themselves on the head like they had a v eight goal. Well as long as you explained it right. Well you're free now you know. So i'm i'm what is your real intent goal and how you see this working out over the coming months thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I agree with you i You mentioned the continental congress. Two thousand nine so that was a big effort that i was involved in back in the day. Bob scholtz michael. Bad naric There were some others involved. Gary franci helped out on that. The jack ally on with the whole thing. I knew bob schultz in the episode. I know all about it awesome. So what we did is. We went to the government with all of these. Tyrannical actions unconstitutional actions. That they were doing and we offered them to provide us remedy and we opened that line of communication through a lawsuit. Basically saying you guys are doing a whole bunch of tyrannical unconstitutional stuff. Your ignoring us off us any solutions or any communications. So we're going to have a meeting amongst all the people in all the states and what we can do about it. So i have witnessed personally this sort of effort before for people to take back their rights and do it through the court system and i agree with you that the court system is really corrupt however i also believe that we are in a new time right now where we have a lot of budding activists that weren't around before and if we can try at least the Kind of mainstream. I guess protocol for going after these sort of things going legally through the lawsuits filed a constitutional protocol. And seeing where it gets us. Because i think a lot of people want to see that kind of action i like. Oh did you file a lawsuit. Did you try anything. And if then it is a parrot people finally that the government is illegitimate and completely corrupt. Then perhaps we can start talking some other actions just like the continental congress in two thousand nine where they got together and had a meeting like well. What are we gonna do now. Okay now this is you know you're talking my language. You got to have a bunch of boxes to check off and you check them off a bunch of times. I went through this now. What happened with bob schultz. What was going on. What do they call it. They call it a continental congress or had a meeting and midwest somewhere and it built up around the country. They elected. If i remember at our phoenix workshop bob schultz came and we let them use our facility. I didn't have anything to like. You guys do your thing man you got here. You can have your election and do it. They selected people maradona. Did your deal you on bob. Just as on my case to go to jack alliance. I went to new jersey. Wherever it was we got on the train we took it damage here griffin was on the train with us. And that's why. I started doing i network one of the network owners had be you know. Start doing a talk show host after they kept asking me questions on ours on the way and we get the jekyll island and then they signed this daca side and nothing and i mean you guys mean be just reconstituted what i'm going to go play kokatay. But the thing is and they had you know. The revolutionary and people walk around with wigs and dresses and stuff and there. I could see what they were doing wanted to get the nostalgia of and get it back to well. This is what happened. They had a petition in the first amendment. It says the right to petition your government for redress. Or that's what bob was all about. We're going to petition petition. We gotta get him to anthony. Anthony hamster answering. This is where you had this one hundred thousand signatures thing in the white house. Got say something. I mean there all this came from so what happened is they went to court. They go in they file and everything they wanted them to answer about the income tax. And all this other stuff. Well this is what the government said they go all right all right so you got to shut up and put it into this. Yes you do have a right to petition your government for a redress of grievance but we have no obligation answer pace and it was over and i go. Did we learn our lesson yet. Obviously not so now. We're going through. The and i understand you had rob hall level lucien and then ron paul endorsing oa campaign chuck baldwin from the constitutional party for president and we had the revolution march in washington. Neil i won the mc's on that and we go so. I i been down this road bunch of times but is this time. Different was definitely more awareness of more people different and we have young twenty something year olds at. It's a decade later now going down. What the hell. I'm still doing this then. 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If you paid attention you went through a you. Saw how corrupt the system was now. I ran for secretary of state and ninety four. No six corner a. I haven't voted since oh too because i know better. I am just not lying to myself. I'm not. I'll run. But i've no hell no just not so freaking corrupt feel so the thing is though is i'm like you're still voting but the election process to politics the education going through. They don't like me running the they'd rather just vote. Shut up. But i'm gonna do. It's all about general public opinion. And whatever you can do to help bring along the general public opinion that they suck their legitimate. They're going to lie cheat and steal all the psychopathic sociopathic little shiny badges running around with guns. And you know in military and law enforcement whatever. We're going to do what we want. Because because because we can't and that's as simple as it is they get away with this stuff because they can and the incentives are enormous amounts of money of being in charge of budgets of getting paid off and blackmailed. And whatever the hell they do and the point is is that how do you combat that well for me is become very clear that you create a infrastructure for them to get in charge. They're going get in charge of it. It's called regulatory capture in industry and so on. Well he just do the same thing with our freedoms so what katherine in the groups. And he's different. Organizations are doing is pressing these issues. But there's two different ways to look at it one you think you're going to hit the right. Processes filed the right paperwork. Get the right number. Do it right and have the right spokesperson right lawyer and write and write and write and politician. The right one and then all of a sudden it's going to get fixed or you have an education of the process for the people to go. Yeah you know. We tried everything now. What so that's what's coming. Now that rachel understands that. I want to help but i do not wanna help to create another infrastructure another organization or someone that's at the top that you worship and do what they say. What happens when they get compromised. What happens when they fail. What happens when it doesn't work. It doesn't matter to me. I'm not a tool for you. You or a tool for me as an individual. That's how i look at it. If i can be of help. You know so that you become a more powerful tool man. i'm all for love. Buses air subsides signs everywhere. So this is. Rachel knows this. You've gone through this before. Be impact of signs. You bypass all their crap. Tell me about your your your sign experience and the impact of that. What you're trying to do and then we'll get into pam's lawsuit and what they're trying to do there and then what's next go. Yeah so we also realized that the censorship is unreal right now another at avenue of activism that i do as anti child trafficking work and facebook has squashed all of the groups and it's insane amount of censorship if you go back to like what ernie's talking about and doing signs and really getting out there in the public eye putting those old school banners up and i just love the ron paul revolution. I was in ohio at the time and we are making just massive amounts of those signs and hanging them. All up over northeast ohio and it was so effective to just get that message out there. Because you couldn't depend on the mainstream media back then we know we can't rely on them. Now we know the social media censoring us. We know that you can't even go to the bar and have a conversation anymore. Mingle with people. Because they're taking that away. So i totally agree with this method of going out there waking up the masses and i saw i think it was last month that a lot of the anti vaccine activists they did a massive banner day where they were overpasses and they put this big huge sign all across the nation that said Cove in nineteen vaccine manufacturers are exempt from a. What did it say. There are basically exempt from the consequences of if there are any side oldies they'll reliability us guy you know it and it's awesome and i really think that's the way to go. I think that we've got to continue to find more outside the box old school guerrilla ways of hundreds of yard signs ready to go hundreds of stands forum four hundred and something yard sixty inch wide material. We have one hundred lasers ready to get whatever you want. Image put matt. I've your new best friend rachel. I mean someone like you understand what this is. We have the new technology and ability to do that. Go to the street. Everybody wants to. I mean we're still waiting on processing of going up on bits. You loaded in the process of the video that of ask. Screw that crap. I can make a free sign. Put over the past hundred thousand people see we go rock and roll and whatnot places to want to do it. We waiting for the holidays. And and January six guys doing anything go into washington going to capital. Is that a date. Because you're paying attention to or what. I am not aware of that date personally. Donald trump Old secret wait. Wait wait wait. we're going to wait. Wait and nothing happens but anyway. So i'm i'm not waiting anymore. Never was but you know this is so the lawsuit. That pam is doing pam popper. She has been an activist. We got him nutritionist. Working in you know. Anti forced vaccine notions from the crown in our flesh thing. And we've had her on. Dr shirt temporary on several times. We definitely you know. Dr judy where we're good friends and lots of people by i'm telling you and teena. Marie was on recently talking about You know a lot of stuff. So i'm just going. I'm ready to help the holidays. We got through thanksgiving and christmas. Let's get some. We can get a play set. You bring in some activists but main thing is is. What do you want it to say. What do you want your signs. The say rachel. Oh boy you know. I'm open to working on that with you. Because i'm really just open for anybody who is down network against us 'cause it's bigger than a lawsuit however we are we're raising funds. That's what we're raising them. Four and we have an attorney who has very pro freedom. You had jd ball on recently and the same guy who was helping jd right. Before his case with the health department and you know were were open to whatever wakes up. People were really trying to unite people. So that's why we're arizona stands united. We're trying to get all these different patriot groups together and give everybody an umbrella to kind of work under to get. 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He just puts a crapload of signs up. All of a sudden they have a big gathering michigan state. Capitol everybody's got their inspired one guy. So that's what i'm looking for. Is people like rachel now. We have several locations that we can go and do this. If i schedule a place for us to go do signs and you set aside a three hour block for everybody just to go and visit. Then they do their own thing and support. What i don't care you know we're just going there. Everybody meets makes him signs and take a bunch with us. They put them out on the way home and account. And you're done you know it's done one evening you're done and i'm telling you i i don't think i know i know and so does rachel rachel when you guys were making signs. How many would you make. How long time period did you do that. Oh you know. It didn't even take that long. What we did is we used a projector and we made like a really nice pencil. And then we just had one of those paint machines. I don't know what it is but it kinda like sprays the pain out but not spray paint and we would. Just you know break spray. The pain on one set it aside. Let it dry. And we did at least a couple rolls of tie vach and we would get them To other activists that were you know just around the ohio area. We'd pass off you know. Here's like fifteen for you ten for you and then they'd go out at night just like you said you know one two. Am whatever go out at night. Zip tie him up and it was just done but by the time you know the next morning hit. People were seeing signs on your way to work and it worked very effectively. So we were the main hub. That was making them. We had a really nice garage to make them in and then we just gave them the people who are willing to put him up and they were going up. all over. the state was awesome Would you like to see that again. I would love to see that again. All over the place. And i am so down to see it in arizona like tomorrow okay. What we're going to do after the show we'll go ahead and set up a time. I'm going to call some people that different locations and let them know what's a good date for them but it's going to be now. The thing is the material tie ripped easily the wind but There was then we use the banner material from the big fourteen by neil forty whatever these big giant banner they wanna get rid of them because they gotta pay like five ten bucks to throw in landfill because they never go away and we would cut those up and do it not held up really well but that's expensive in they're heavy and they're paying but but there's this material that's kind of what what they make sandbags out now it's just poly woven doesn't rip material you can take a knife push it in and you can't rip it with your hands while making your fingers bleed. I mean it's amazing material. You get them in all kinds of different. I got yellow blue. And i got white and i'm going. Are we make the stencils like we did before we can cover mountain waterproof wall board. Stop that we can do to project. You're i'm sure you guys did the projector thing and we can do that. Or we have pieces of puzzles to make them as big as we want that we laser cut with one hundred watt laser. We get his intricate and everything. It's very very cool. Well we're going to do is where we go. We're going to demonstrate and show the people. How do all of these the projector thing where the material is and how cheap it is and how easy it is. Once we do at once there will be people. Just like you and me inspired. While i'm doing this you know and they go do this or are you gotta do is spark it. And if you're willing to help me do that. I am going up man. We're going to get pissed me off. And i left arizona. Were on this trip. Loved bus liberty tour dot com. I come back and it just as bad. I didn't expect it to happen here. And i don't think the people are supportive of it as a lot of people are led to believe as when they get an opportunity like this because this is where the love aleutian started. I already know. I can get a whole bunch of people but i need new people. I want people like you. Inspire your group and oregon. We'll support whatever you're doing with the lawsuits. Yeah whatever i'm telling you in the end in bad guys don't see it. It's out of their mind. And when you look at wesley bolin plaza and the capital there and they see a couple of hundred people a couple hundred. Yeah where's the two million. I mean you know that kind of thing. So i'm now tell me about the lawsuit itself. What does the lawsuit do. The lawsuit is It was started in ohio with tom. Rans and we have their evidence and complaints so basically it challenges the whole declaration of the state of emergency and the point of that. Is that dr pam pow. Burn tomlin's and jason hedges. He thought so. One of the founders of the movement. They realized that a lot of these lawsuits. The government was like we're allowed the tread on your constitutional right because you know there's the state of emergency going on so they realized well we've got a challenge state of emergency then and so they. They think that that's that's the roots of the whole problem. You know not these individual mask mandates or anything it's where's the legitimacy of the emergency here and to me. That sounds like a really great plan. I am so on board with our effort. And i just i love what they're doing. When i hear. Jason m pam popper speak about. It sounds really amazing. But they're also doing education they're really into educating the public Dr pam poppers building in whole network of activists so it's more than just the lawsuit but as far as the lawsuit goes it's challenging the whole state of emergency and where we've gotten so far in arizona. Were working with chris gino's and like i mentioned before he helped. Jd and his case and he realized that there were some things that needed to be done in a state of emergency before within arizona. Before you can go to like a federal case and file like the lawsuit at large. And so he started the ball rolling in arizona to do some legal action so where They have until december thirty first in order to come back and give us an answer. I guess you have to give them notice and you have to give them time to like remedy a situation and that's what he did and we have until the thirty first for them to get back to us. Were expecting silence and then the just move forward and so were already taking the first steps necessary to get everything done in the state of arizona. So where we can then work on the lawsuit at large Chris mr knows he is being very generous. Some attorneys want twenty fifty thousand dollars. Whatever just to even look at the evidence that complaint and move forward. He's like you know what i believe in this cause about to retire any ways. I you know he helped jd voluntarily. He is really willing to just do it all for a pretty inexpensive price. I feel like as far as attorneys are concern and overall he believes in the cause. And i think he's being very charitable so that's where we're raising money for. That's what we're doing. And we're going to continue to challenge the legitimacy of the state of emergency and hope that as we're doing that rally more and more and more and more people to also challenged the legitimacy of the state of emergency challenged the legitimacy of their government and to band together and suggests you know stand by and create other actions that they can do and so we are doing. Other actions as arizona stands united but our main focus on our main fundraising. Is the lawsuit. Okay i i'm certainly willing to help and anybody wanting to kinda discount of and so on but all i hear is delay. Delay delay delay delay on their playing field with their referees and their sportscasters and their rules. And i'm the you know the guy with the rainbow way at the end zone throwing peanuts and making fun of the whole thing. Okay so. I'm i'm wanting to make sure that you know you guys. You have to check off all these boxes. Everybody has to do while lawsuits. And you gotta try. You gotta go through the process but are not waiting. I m like no. If there's other stuff needs to be done. yeah fine. keep doing that. I tell you it'd be a lot more effective out here being real butt heads and you know this will be right back. Joe catherine arizona stands united dot org from the fourth letter of captain. Mark landlubbers are conditioned to believe that the originators of an idea deserve exclusive rights to it. But these innovators are nothing but privateers granted a monopoly by the crown. 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You know you're willing to help a little bit bit. Yeah let's let's get out. Get some people out here. We'll make some signs. We got the dome ready. It's we're gonna we're gonna have a couple of places that will around the valley where where west valley and sees east valley north north valley in owner bakeware. They're complaining but you know. I'm sure rachel have some friends. Do see bob. And i've been doing this together since i've known bob for twenty five years. He's run for congress. Illiterate here activists doing just retired palo verde new. Plant refueling supervisor out there now. he's got. He's retired notification but he's willing to spend some time on that and a lot of people are now at the holidays. Are over ready to go. Rachel i'm telling you man you. How much time do you got to devote to this. What your day job and stuff. Take how much time i am ready. You know if. I can bring my kid along. I'm there and it sounds like that You know your family man. I think we can make that work. I'm totally there. you know. just we'll make it will make it happen as soon as we can one of the families that we they allowed us to use her home. Nice big home. They home school their eight children. Okay so they won more. You know ten more. I mean you know and so this is that we're building it up. We've had this is. There's a lot of people ready to do this. I knew that. And it's just. I mean let's get through the holidays and everything again. Talk to rachel and stuff. Because i knew what was going to happen. But it's more than just you know 'cause election fraud was what got me in the beginning. I knew it was gonna come down to this as an activist. I scream. I filed against the state of arizona. Forty four election laws. When all the way to the ninth circuit. I was my own attorney oral argument. I've had three lawsuits arizona. Supreme court appeals court. I get it but but none of that. Was i ever thought that. They're going to comment as long as you explained it right. You know hell no. They don't care they're there to waste your time. But i got what i wanted out of it. How many articles can you get when you got a bunch of people somewhere. None unless you get a government number and arrest number finally number a you know a suit number a recall referendum initiative campaign and whatever number and it's kinda like a permission slip for them to cover well now with social media and everything screw them. I don't care but that's why they have to control social media so the thing we knew this. So what happens you go to the street. You'd bypass all of their full mechanisms. And they don't like it they are they. Are there. tell you who you want who they are. I'll tell you there they are. There are those that just want to be left alone and there are those that jazz wall leave alone. you know. it's day them. those are i. I know them by their fruits. They won't leave us alone. And this is their driving us into the dirt all these businesses right. Talk to mr ball. What do i get. You know what we're gonna file suits and this and business open and kind of whatever i'm going you know they're just driving into the ground where you just. Everybody just needs to open. Ignore the lockdowns we have. They'll take my license. What the hell you think you're doing they're taking your business. It's over if you don't resist them over but what d. was doing as i get it. It's pretty of information stop. We done this before. They're not going to okay here. It is but them not giving it to ya. That's more general public opinion stuff. So i'm what is it we can do to help you see when you say well. We're doing the suit and raising money. The suit and all i'm asking we'll make sure you get enough attention that doesn't interest me. What interests me is resistance going out on the street show and making sign being out there. No we're not complying. That's what interests me and that's why we took a lot of buzz. Around the state we go to different businesses. That are refusing close. We're helping them doing remote from the restaurant. Parking lot and kind of whatever dim what i i don't know but it's after the holidays and our entire middle class and entrepreneurs and business owners an smallpo- stores are going away in place amazon and walmart because data controlled. They are doing this on purpose. Purpose with intent and a design. Do you feel that. Oh absolutely this is an intentional crashing of the economy and those of us who have been in this for a long time. We've known how the federal reserve is devalued our currency we know about the hidden tax. That is inflation. We know how they've been trying to break. Small businesses break families. And if we know this agenda and it's very intentional at this point when you see the hypocrisy were small. Businesses shut down but a large business remains open. And i totally agree that like. We need massive noncompliance. We've seen cases out of new york and pennsylvania where gym-owner or a restaurant owners. They said you know what we're not listening to you. Were going to stay open. They received fines in some of them had to go through the whole court process but at the end of the day it was like these are unenforceable law. There are not laws their unenforceable. You get to run your business. You don't have to distance. We don't care you know. We can't force masks and there have been some business victory. There and i think the key is for people to rise up to rally behind these businesses and let the businesses no. Hey you know what us as activists we have your back and there's also a team of people that were working with that want to do that to where like if the bureaucrats show up at a business. The business can call us when we will come and show up on me like hey bureaucrats leave. Get out of here. And we've seen that effective in some other states where that has happened and we're working on that in arizona. We do have a group of people who wants to do that and so we want to reach out to businesses. and it's actually something that we're in the infancy stage of right now where we want to give businesses resorts sources where they feel like they can assert their rights. And not only do they have to do it like but they don't have to do it alone. We have a group of activists that want them to stay open. We the people want these small businesses. These bars these restaurants. We want them to run how they see fit and we want to support them in doing so. So that's a big part of the network that we also want to create. is this non-compliance. But not just you know one or two of us not wearing a mask and a store. We want massive noncompliance. We want these businesses. No if you don't comply we have your back. I just don't wear a mask. I've were mask like three or four times a year. You notice because i had to go and verizon to get something one time. I needed a audio cable. Once get tar center but i was beheaded about the and then Let's see what was the other time. Oh yeah southwest airlines one leg. They made us now. They're all freaked out about it other than that. I'm like bite me you know i. I don't even say anything. And if people just stopped wearing it you'd be amazed at how harbor freight lowe's and home depot in the parts store and every every they just care walmart. Whatever my wife goes ma'am do you have a mask. Yes and keeps walking. You know. I just don't wear we can do about tackle me. You know this is it all. You have to have the guts. But i talked to mary. one members hooked us up. She was like yeah. We want to have people lawsuit or or group that you support the businesses for them to open and we don't wanna have to wear masks. I'm like it's their business. How they can make you wear a mask if they want. I mean you know it's up to them find a ones. That won't do it. You know. Bob and i. We drove around the state. We looked for places that would Didn't say anything we go and eat in a restaurant and they always. We always tipped more. They didn't bother us about what big ass step. Thanks for not require a boom. They're like this is general public opinion. And i'm not going to base it. These these entrepreneurs they go we're going to beg for and kind of you know. We wish we could but no we can screw that now. I'm going to help them. You know they're gonna do it. I wanna find. I want to know where they are giving my money. Give you some money. How by a widget that. I don't need just showing without a mask and shows support. So that's what i need know filing suit for them. Screw them have them do it. Hell just happened ignore him. You know. i'm i'm down with this and it needs to start with awareness and it's going to be signs everywhere that's where it starts you guys watch. What got this. There's a doubt in my mind. Rachel hitting a little bit. Maybe no no. I love it. Love it takes. People like rachel was experience. Why did you start doing the level lucien. To begin with early twenties even started this stuff out on. Well you know. I out about dr ron paul. And a lot of what he was talking about. I wasn't even aware of that. I just can't listening to everything. He said he just became like a great teacher. And i looked into so much of it. Like i was ignorant the economic. I looked into a lot. I looked into nieces and a lot of things that he taught about inflation. Being a hidden tax a lot of stuff about the war and the free state project has reached. Its goal of thousand liberty lovers who've pledged to move to new hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of new hampshire should be your destination. 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Ev sales but policy-makers need to conduct additional studies about financial incentives and battery charging infrastructure in the state. This is mike. Clifford servicemember illicit supported her radio stations biggest fall and online at public news. Service dot org. I remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me. What because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century i remember that we're still i make them remember. We're the declare. Your independence me cock and rachel katherine. Go another segment. Because we're not done. And mr mr mr robert anderson will yacking about this. We had a bunch of stuff. That's been going on over the last few days while we were in rock and roll and whatnot. This is what's going to happen. Rachel i get. I need you to go ahead. And do you have her email on k. Don senate email right now so that you know. She respond respond with a phone number so soon as you get that email. Just send back on the air. Your phone number donna. Call you and we're going to schedule a time for do assign production day it probably. I probably more convenient. I mean a lot of times. It'd be any day of the week and whatever people wanna do that sir. Thank but we'll try and make it probably saturday afternoon. We'll do a little barbecue after and we'll come out with a gazillion signs and people you know then they'll go put them up and then they'll get all activated because our what's going to happen so we'll we'll do that. We'll set this up. We got some places to do it. We have we'll do the east valley one. I and we got here in the west valley. We'll get some stuff going on but we need to do it now because the all towards the next couple of weeks three weeks don and i are back on the road again so we need to hit it hard here and i know what's going to happen. What i want to have happened is a seed gets planted and kinda man love lucien continues and then by the time donna night come back to arizona where we're going to stay you know. It's kinda got a little something awareness of going on and We'll spread it across the state as much as we can over the next couple of weeks because when we come back number here and i'm we're here and i'm not i'm my we're here and the man is going to get i'm they want. They wanna play. Let's play because i just. I'm so sick of this. And i'm so disappointed as i'm sure a lot of people are that arizona was more organized in its opposition. But we're tolerant loving compassionate people. We go okay. We don't wanna kill grandma we've got but then they use our compassion against us and they see it as a weakness where in reality it may not be immediate. But it's our greatest strength. Once we decide that we use logic and reason and critical thinking and we go okay. So you're like okay. You wanna play. You wanna do all right and you get general public opinion going that way. Which is what will work together and doing all right. There is no central plan for freedom. File lawsuits you. Want go after the fever inflammation in a suit about and kind and no locked down. And i'm not wearing masks kind of where i put my money. Oh and by the way Rachel is also you know off grid. Tiny vital big bill living. And we're like we're way down the road on that so we can help with that too. I'm telling you this is going to happen. It's always going to happen. It's just a stages you go through to make sure as a critical number of people go. It needs to happen and then guess what happened it works. So that's what we're doing and rachel. I started when i was your age. I'm fifty nine now. And if i known but you know now back then well only took me a few months figure it out and back then but you're in a different environment now. You're in an environment where it's documented. That's why they got censor everything that's going to scrub youtube and facebook of all this stuff because we know and they then those are free can freaking out. And that's the easiest way to refer day them those the ones that won't leave me alone and they're usually we're finding out is there are sociopaths. There are not wired right in the head. They don't have any empathy compassion. They're going after it and if the associated passed then there are the vampires or whatever. It's they're familiar to people helping them. People go so they're just week. Well we're strong. And i'm oh i'm are. You feel more confident. After today's show what's going to happen. Rachel how are your. I needed this. I just you know the the apathy that people get into or like. You're were saying just them taking our kindness for weakness. They take our silence as consent and all we have to do is stand up. It's really not simple. And i think hopefully by now especially after this last joke of stimulus is six thousand page garbage. Hopefully a lot of people are willing to put their foot down finally and we're going to give them the platform to do it. This you know. There's always tools available in arizona stands united dot. Org is one of the five piece. I i don't care but i'm not i do not wanna get complacent and the idea that people think it's something to join or at somebody else's thing i want to teach them. It's like i give you an example in new hampshire. There is a group there. They have what they call gun church every other sunday they would do gun training in on this Private property in the woods air and they had you know thing set up and they gun training well as a special forces guy. He's just training. Just friends and people are just kind of grew into a thing and i go. Why do you call it gun. Church gun church dot org because you've got to practice religiously okay so so. The idea was. Oh yeah we should get your get armed up. And but the perimeter around the park and let the families go and they go to the public park and date not going well. Whoa whoa whoa. I'm not there to defend somebody else's kids and he'll train them to do it. The nam cells. I no hell. no this. Collective every key thinking collectively train people to defend themselves train them to train their kids train them to do it themselves and make their own decisions when it matters decentralize. Quit centralizing everything. That was the power of the ron paul evolution. When that went it was people all over the place to more decentralized the better now there's people like yourself in different order to help that you don't have a problem with that voluntary temporary alliances of whatever the hell but when people start you know whenever you create a an organization or group around a movement or a cause shooter just called steiger's law and if you remember sam stout you probably now from arizona's no politician you're back in the day and it's called steiger's law wherever you create an organization or group around a movement or a cause sooner or later every freaking time the group becomes more important than the reason you created it. That happens always so. I don't want to create a group that all the sudden well that'd be bad for the group or we need to worry about the group or the image of the group that no it's individual effort. A group effort should just be a tool and resource. So that's what i try. That's why i'm i come to help. I want you to join my group. And he described my thing. I don't you know. Fortunately we have supporters financially and people get it and keep doing what you're doing pace but i am not about creating a group if i'd done that. I can have a big giant. Oh my god love aleutian group. But i intentionally didn't. 'cause i know that's not where the power is it's an individual's like rachel katherine. You feel me one hundred percent and fact we had the parkway is early on without getting into the specifics of it with the mentality of somebody who wanted all of the control and didn't want anybody else to do anything and i'm like no. That's that's not how this is so there are about eight of us that started arizona stand united and now we have larger core group and everybody was unanimously. Like that's not how we're running this. There's no gatekeepers. There's no i'm doing all the work and follow me. It's this grassroots Were empowering everybody. 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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 this was a serious allegation at rolls. Operate denies it was never prosecuted or rolled on by a jury. Putt 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 as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge us these allegations to give her all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges 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. Ross dot org love what we do lease up supporter international satellite channels at patriotic dollar in that. Fm that's patriae on ella and dot fm. Rachel owls so two to six four journeys very sticking with you eight hundred and now ernest handcock. We could talk with mr anderson. You know this is. This is how i just wrote you know is going to happen. You know we get you know visit with people and we start to find out you know. The kind of things that are you know are happening. You know the kind of things that we know are going to be of importance to a lotta people. And it's it's this inspiration i'm not alone Kind of thing this is. What's happening. And i wanna make sure that people know that When you do this the people come out of the woodwork to start supporting action and one of these organizations and and the guy is going to be charged. They want to do whatever it is they want to do and they want to be there. They got a plan or something in the biggest criticism that we get a lot of times is already. What's your plan to make sure you have your plan. Not a planet. He's somebody told me what to do. I'm like no no no no no the best plan is you get have your own plan and if we support that all of a sudden you see a lot of things actually starts getting done. This is one thing i saw. Dr paul gave a mrs presentation and he mentioned something again. That i know a lot of you may know a lot of you. Don't when mayflower came in Plymouth when they started that they almost all dot very quickly a couple of men who was going down because it was from each according to ability to each coordinate their you know needs kind of thing is a communist community. We're all going to work well. There's no incentive. Now the young strong guys are doing all the work for everybody else and nobody. Well i get mine. I'll just sit here and get my you know six hundred dollar. Check my universal basic income. That never works when they finally went to. You know i you guys get to keep your own stuff. They had so much abundance of natural saint him. The was just incentives. What do you promote and what you punish. This has been a neon flashing obvious to so many people and it's so great to hear another meet these people all the time a lot of times. We're running up showing me their love lucien tattoo. But you know it's People like rachel you know. She's a single parent with a young daughter and six years old Wanting to do kind of a home steady. I know who the problem is. And what's happening in where put my investment in time and effort money towards a push guy. I get it. There's somebody get. What do you do with someone that gets it. How how do you how do you. How do you call them. You don't you can't. And then what happens things like valiant real estate today show and look up the pdf well as a business plan. They got a plan. Forty something page plan but they gotta play. Okay they gotta plan. So i'm just like all right all right all right all right well go ahead and you know. We'll talk about the plan. Is i just wanna to know what i have to do. What can't i do. What your conflict resolution. Because i wanna know what's mine mine. My mind mont now. Bobby i been we're in We're starting to do due diligence on this property. And we're looking in cnn. But i'm i'm i'm not it's not i mean if not that something like that. This is kind of what we're looking at you know. And you went out and explored it. And we went and locked. Look before we did some drone footage of out in the desert and it's desert. So yeah you are in the wilderness. It's six sonoran wilderness. Which is what. I big want bighorn. Sheep rattlesnakes mountain lines bit. You got it actors you know this is you have yet to do the Water harvesting thing i play. I play with a little bit i got. I got a couple of rain barrels in a horse trough and catching water off my roof. But you know you've done the math. I mean your math guy. Mankind of going. And i'm thinking you know you have intentional. Shade like carport barn roofing in you put solar panels on nearly they double up as rain. And then you've got collection areas now. The rainwater thing you can really because i remember years ago over decade ago. There's some local television thing in tucson made a big deal guy. He and his wife lived year round just from the rainfall in tucson. And that's what the green dream projects all about. I mean there are. We even asked them. They haven't they when we were down there. Putting the dome up. I specifically ask them because they use a lot of water in that rammed earth thing that they're dealing with the bags and they haven't got a lot of water this year so i asked moved brought water in yet. And they haven't they. They're getting pretty tight but they haven't had to bring watering in. We think we might have to but they get some rain here. I mean you look outside today and you'll flagstaff getting snow a little rain the other day. That wasn't expected. And i got a couple inches in the horse. Trough woke up in the morning when like. Oh look at water from this guy. So what are you gonna do to to keep. Rainwater say it just got to be dark. Yeah i mean if it's if it's in light any kind light. You're going to get algae not that algae is bad but you know it's having green slime in your wattage probably not the best thing but yeah you just keep it. Keep it dark. Just get women wanting to live with you don water. There's all kinds of Things you can do it just like so slow sand filters that You know. I mean for what it's worth. The unesco united nations and all i mean they've studied this and go like yeah for You know people live in places where they don't have like you know city water. Carter you run it through a slow sand filter and you get portable water out of it. So yeah you the carbon things we look at the primitive guys. I mean i've spent hours just brain dead watching somebody with a stick. Build a house out in the middle of the jungle or something. you know. there's all these. What do you call his guys. Gratuitous mud perimeters marin privilege of whatever they a lot of new probably in the philippines or something just guide barefoot with any forged metal. And they they're making but they're making bank on youtube. I know well. I think there's somebody you know the guy with the cameras make these guys doing a little something you build me but the It's been amazing what you can do with just time. Most people don't understand when the best disinfectant for water is sunlight. He just sit there and you'll bake it under the sun for about a half hour it'll kill most of the pathogens in water. The filters is that you have a ud. Toltar- goes ultra-violet and then you have a big water treatment plants one of their big processes to make goes under a uv light. You know it's it's just son you know just beat the crap and ask why here in the south west you know. It was all about line brian. It wouldn't that you didn't know it was an energy thing to you and use a dryer but it was a line drive was really more about disinfecting your close with the sun beating the crap out of it right you know and so this is i mean. It destroys viruses. Just that's why they want you to go out on the sun. Not only does it make vitamin d. Zaps everything you no no stateside. Stay inside the coves out there. Don't go outside. Which is the worst thing you can be doing. Get outside lay out in the sun. Run around on the beach. Fresh air brick and mask off your face. Yeah i'm i'm i just knew we're just take holidays would just chill. We'll get stuff ready. We'll start thinking about and whatever and after the show You got you got you after the show. You got an hour or just transmit to derrick designs and stuff. Yeah ain't got nothing today other than put the bird netting on my. We'll do that real quick. You know y- that burden it has one thing. We put over aqua domes because bird or beating the crap out all our stuff in and it costs to cover both of them. It was only like fifty sixty seventy dollars. This is only going to cost me. Probably forty bucks to do what i gotta do nylon netting. It's just like i don't know you can get it. 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Nfl on the decentralized mastodon social media platform at two dot l. r. n. dot fm to dot l. r. dot fm and now live from the studios of freedoms phoenix ernest. Handcock mr anderson. Good morning mr andrew. Good morning hancock. okay. We're things are happening going pretty quick here. Got a lot of communication people already wanting to you know okay. All right all right. I know holidays kind of you know. Do get a thing. And donna's you know focused on family and stuff and everything but it's gonna hit january and then it's going to have to start really rocking and rolling. And she just walked out now. She knows he's gonna get busy. She's going to have to get used to it here. We go this is what she got to go back to arizona. A do family and everything. I'm just being patient and enjoying ourselves and so on. But then it's rock and roll and i tell you this feeling that you get in arizona when it hits labout october halloween halloween. You know you know. Sometimes the kids trick or treating to wear a sweater and sometimes they don't you know that's when it starts to cool off at night you start getting cold. So it's like november. That's when the snowbirds alien show up until november october november and then they leave about win in the march. April they start. Yeah now and it depends. It's longer last year. Let's say with the covert thing going on. I think a lot of people were just getting escape the city so they could want to keep the city and potentially avoid whatever show is come down and they just stayed up in the desert pretty much until the the heat drove him out now is probably end may going into june before finally the real die. Hards like our out of here because can't be here. Yeah it gets the mindset. Is this one got no power. Deploy all seleny both the solar out from underneath. We need to do that. I mean you've got enough solar in You had a little of app cooler. You can run cooler. And they're pretty energy-efficient all the way until probably june going into july the one thing that is an i was always like how how in the hell are they going to be able to cool an electric car tesla electric cars and they use electric declined. Heat air conditioning. So they got their. You know biohazard environmental seal filter through smoking a forest fire. All those fires going on northern california tesla owners are driving around with that. This is really cool movie. I mean they're driving around you know and they're not having to do the smell or they can either whatever and if you got the power you can do whatever and these heat pumps that he has are really efficient and he's coming into hvac an air conditioning and heating in residential. That's common there'd be here too and he's going to beat the kicking the crap at everybody on that you got a proof of concept that at work Before he sends it to mars right. That's why does stuff it's you know. And that's one thing all this tech. It's it's all about you. Know being a pirate decentralization down. The that's why people go all of the car and environmental whatever reasons and i don't care you know that is not it. I get a cyber truck It's like a really big battery with wheels for my house and charged it with my panels and everybody can suck it. You know so. There's that yup. But but what i mean what are you looking for. You know. just a pooh-pooh it. But i'm just no i can see i can see the future and it's very bright which is dangerous today then those collectivize everything they do not want to be out in prairie and doing whatever we want show this is. I'm looking at hitting us hard. The first half of january getting done what we need to hear and getting it sparked and going once he's group start making us is or get your stencils and everybody's all happy and they're starting to you know signs where signed then then then i feel comfortable even arizona for a little while and we're doing it in other places and we'll be hidden northeastern arizona and colorado and then austin and then go down. He's got gotta go. See me some boca chica down to the boca chica boca chica. I went to spaceport. You know constitutes consequences new mexico spaceport were star spaceship one and two and all that is based you know virgin galactic and i was like. Yeah whatever you know. I mean it was nice. You know place for a spaceport good valley for i can see it was just another government thing richard center centers new mexico. They got hundreds of millions of dollars to build subsidized. Because there's nowhere branson's doing his thing as blue bloods branson branson blue or gen is in west texas somewhere but Moscow's bite me. Now go find as far south as i can near the mexican border in texas. They're on these piece of crap. You know i'll spit of say nothing. It's a golf chip. Shot from the border. I mean he's about as far south as you can go before you You know you're in a different country. Well the benefit is the closer you get to equator last fuel. It takes you to whatever and they started. Screw them by ministration comes screwing they go after you and i'm out of here. Do you know that he's going to build another spaceport. Boca chica aware island it was or indonesia indonesia going to end in. Indonesia is like the fourth most populous nation as a bunch of islands out in the middle east. Dr evil man. I got my volcano layer. Who this is. You can't stop the signalman here we go. And i'm that's what i'm looking. You just need people believe it. This need inspiration seeds. he'll be in a third country. So i mean you know. That's one thing i remember on the late. Seventy s when they had that was going on before reagan came in it was called the sagebrush rebellion. And it was just the same thing. That's going on now. All his lands right is when they first started doing their. You know this sustainable. It wasn't environmental as much as it was always wanted to do. And now they just had to come up with their excuse but they brought them all together because then it was. Era amendment equal rights. I remember bob. Hope on phil donahue. They asked him about and he goes. I think it's great. He writes amendment for women. I think it's great to give up all that power. So the equal rights amendment was one issue conservatives didn't use antiabortion that was another issue to the constitutional convention try and bring that together then Environment and then there's always a war thing and There's been all kinds of different. Excuses comes down to collectivize the individually some deposed threat or domestic. And we need to whatever. And that's why. I'm not a fan of all these lawsuits. Or what a waste of time. Less like rachel say and you see it as an educational process. That's you know. Yeah let's do this so we can show everybody that works done talking about fighting this emergency declaration rallies and most people don't realize the united states has been in a perpetual state of emergency sense. I don't know what kennedy. Eisenhower i mean. Every president comes in the first thing they do is sign this emergency down into the whole admiralty law which is probably how they are pushing all this administrative lies because we're in a perpetual emergency situation people realize that as long as that emergency declarations. There they don't really have to or at least they say they don't have to pay attention to your constitutional rights. You know the first year we were talking to jim davidson about their their valiant thing and you know at least they you know they. They realized this they go. Well we can get away with a lot of this stuff. If it's leased land nine nine nine year we'll see. I just hate playing all this paperwork. Paperwork tell me about all the paperwork they save me or they gotta do as forty thousand pages of paperwork. I'm only we're talking about that. On the as we were driving through the reservation Northeast arizona's recommend back down from up there. Apache idea yeah. They had a bunch of cabins and stuff up there. A lot of vacation homes are on ninety nine year lease and they all came like time in the eighties. Early nine hundred and basically there are a lot of people okay. We're ready to sign the lease and they'll win like i don't know what you're talking about. You're not going to be no re-signing man. And he they the people who sought they owned to this stuff they were they. Were really put out by it but it was like. I'm sorry who you guys. It was a lot of them that were like up at jack loop retired you know employees and all that they knew you know they got up. There was a bunch of fireman fireman went together. They had a bunch of those ninety nine year leases. They got from something. I don't know how they did it but When those went there out oaths done like yeah. Well we're going to. We're for a lobby of firemen lobby. And the patchy win. Man don't care. This is like a federal indian affairs kind of deal which is where mccain k. There's so much corruption i just. Everybody needs to learn fide on just how bad it is. It is bad bad. Bad bad bad. You will people alliance thinking evil people so good people bill you know with a sad. I signed my future. How many lawyers does it take to change a lightbulb. None that rather keep their clients in the dark. 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That's shire society dot com this liberty radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at l. n. dot fm roads. It's the earnest handcock. Show where we're going. There aren't any roads on all right. I'm you guys pump pump pumped get good thing. I'm just going to be worked. We got stuff to do. We have a supposed to get a new toilet in last night and they say oh we changed. Our mind is January eleventh when they do that data out of basically said kissel yoder and i'd go bought it in town even if i had to pay more for screw amazon. Tell you you're going to have it. You make plans and then cup. Sorry they tell you the day you're supposed to get it like suck i. It's it's exactly what i wanted. You know your shop online you get now push the button and you kill it shoot it you put it in the bag and then they they like you sons brecon whatever but anyway so we're gonna happen. I'm i'm i am thinking Because i did order a bunch of salah. Got the connector about there but we can go get some just a. I don't know if i need to get more plugs to be able to have some distance you know under the bus because it's made i got another four hundred eighty watts. I think underneath there. That i can kind of deploy. You're under the trees. You can put it out you know and stuff in case because the angle it right all the time you know and You you know. They're installing all this solar on our visa stuff like that. I don't install it on my rv. Because i like to park my rv under the trees and then i put my solar out in the field in the sun because if you park your rv and the sun yeah you get all kinds of solar energy as well as thermal solar energy in your cell count as well. I i can do all you know. So that's what we're working on but you know we see we do this accident telling kelaniya you'll the biggest thing. I'm see all these people at home and do this. I'm going to do that and we knew i'm going. Yeah are you thinking about internet. Because you don't have was watching starlink guy. And he was going. Yeah he's a youtuber and he goes i once a week. I'd have to go into town. You know find some wifi whatever and load. Sit there and wait and now. I got one hundred of megabytes per second down stream today about that. No we didn't stream to record a video but we just doing. I'm trying because what happens. It changes you know. It'll start off like one or two If it was steady you could probably just been chops down but then your neighborhood wakes up and people can say i checked it earlier. This morning we were like one point seven up but was on your one point seven and we had the the cell boosters and all i mean it doesn't work it's not it's not. That is a big big thing. That's going to make big changes. Its big happening right. Big big now. Just see some other satellite companies Going after the fcc to reevaluate the viral mental impact of styling we gotta government To to change the gauge on the railroad. Because it's unfair that he's got such an advantage and that's what it comes down to is. Is they all know their no one's going to catch him. Yeah we put that on the freemen phoenix thing. I put up. I saw that you know they're doing going. We need to put up. I didn't see it on there. i shouldn't the somebody put up. I saw it was environmental impact. Study up in something. I don't know what the hell they're talking. I didn't even look at it. And whatever know they just come up with their. Bs go government is all about. You know this is going to change everything. And i'm in space. I mean it's like you know here we had. If you had forty thousand satellites just reich as see here you can put them in. You wouldn't even know where they were just a just much less face up there and oh my god recycle. Trust me. I can put forty thousand satellites just out and see on the ladder you know. Just get over it. So it's It's like it hit. You know as you make your choices. But it's like hit bullets know they. They got a plan. it's if they started harassing him too much. Let's say he'll he'll he'll move down to believes or something they'll do. You can't tell me there's some other country and you know what gives the fcc the right to regulate the airspace over. You know the middle of the pacific ocean you know. It's like they. They believe they can cause they've got a bigger gun or something. That's you know that was like you know. Must go and we're all going to go to mars and we'll make up our own rules and what kind of doing on We signed a treaty that says we own everything outside the planet's atmosphere like really an. Yes they have. They give themselves yes. We have jurisdiction on the rest of the universe. I know we signed a tree of we rule humanity and the universe. And i'm going. Well tell me where that treaty is like. Freaking ignore it. There bernard or something yields out here today going to go out the desert dealing with grandma you gonna go. You know atv and and stuff are you. Yes you are going to have some fun. Yeah they're gonna get her. I wanted her to be able to at least know where you know. Grandma gets bit row. Rattlesnake she can make atv get get back gas hysteria wheel power wheel. Done this guadalupe drive the The the side by side out and make sure it's all gassed up and they can go explore for long. Yeah that'd be fun you can out here got do it now before it gets to freaking hot and see. That's one thing when it starts to get hot. You know it's like here comes the bill and then it starts to get cool about halloween and then you know the first thing i'm thinking is what are you thinking when it starts getting cooler in halloween stuff. I need to get done. You know what i'm thinking. The heat is just around the corner. It's almost over again. It's it's just like you know you watch these shows these people up homestead in alaska and all that and as soon as the snows diamond. What they're doing. They're chopping wood for the next winter. It's kind of like that here. It's like as soon as the weather breaks you. You're getting ready because you know you just four or five months. You're going to be dealing with it again. You get stuff to you. Know a lot of get more stuff done in. This is this is. This is what i've noticed is going around the country and so on and when it cools off man. I'm going to get well by the time i get done with shows. One two o'clock and it gets dark like five six. You've had that long to do anything you know. And you don't have the long days and and the short days kinda eat into even though it's a nicer temperature. But when you're up in the northern latitudes you know you gotta get dark until freak tanner or something you know so you got long mile days you know. Sometimes it's hot you know whatever but You got long days to deal with you. Get some work done in the summer. You just gotta spot peters. I hate to bug thing. That side love zona. The flies are kind of pain outside you. But it's it's one thing about arizona. I did to my sons when they went walkabout for like six weeks he took my car just went around the country when they graduate high school. And i go yeah. You think you're all green all pretty. I want you to just bow side and the afternoon barbecue. Can't or whatever and then notice that and the bugs and then you go love usa maradona. Yeah because man. I hate blogs. But it's not anywhere a cyclical you know. I come from new england originally. And it's right now it's a little cyclical The the intensity of of the tick problem and it's all you know lime disease and all this other crap going on. I mean literally you you go outside and you're walking around you'd better put your you know pants in your socks and you come back in your you know. Go in the bathroom with a magnifying glass mirror. And you're looking for tex. 'cause it's a problem and i mean it's bad you know. The worst thing out here is like a scorpions. I've been out here. I've been here for many years. As i've been out here and i've yet to have a scorpion problem there here. You go out with a black lady. You're here watch. And they every single boost pushes a black light. It looks like christmas tree but but don has been bitten by scorpions. God how many times on seven damn. I didn't know almost commute now fatal. Some people could be. But it's a definite three day thing which suck it. You get like his nerve thing for a while but yeah. I put up with that. We have chickens. We see some scorpions. Least to carnivore. Grafters the scorpions. Don't stand a chance chickens. Clean them up. It's kind of cool. They'll have one in their beacon of stinger going all around eyeball shit. You know getting scorpion yogurt. You know the going to build you know the desert. I mean it's not that bad. I mean a lot. Does it as long as you got. Water and power shade. you know. it's really pretty nice. The only time. It's really bad as when it's all over about hundred ten and Between ten and four afternoon. And that's really only about eight weeks out of the year. You've got to really worry about it right. Rest of the time you mitigate it was shady this teen or whatever the hell but it's usually like july august. September is when you got problems. That's like being up in the northeast in the wintertime. You slept eight ten weeks for just out because it is sucked to be outside. It's cold bugs to. I am telling you much more comfortable in the desert and he asked warrants rabia lease at you know why do you like the desert so much his. It's really the sun. Sterilized sterilize to read. 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The city aims to complete the northern loop of the greenway that will connect additional schools and link nearby pilot mountain with the goal of creating a regional thomas destination. I'm nadia ramlogan. This is pms. The pandemic has schroeck. You forced exports economists say supply disruptions in southeast asia were merkin logs and lumber are turned into furniture is to blame along with a drop in consumer demand and muhammed's a professor at the university of tennessee at knoxville. Tennessee was actually particularly hurt by this more. So than the national average in more so than the regional part of that is many. Tennessee produces a highly. Reliant on hardwood exports to asian markets. Us furniture sales dipped by eighty six percent. In april around. The time stayed home. Orders went into effect over the summer. Us producers had lost more than seventy million dollars a new survey of women aged fifty and older foul lockdowns and social distancing. 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Lighting sports with rick tittle his key so handsome giza genius. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show. It's great to have you with us. And if you'd like to chime in here for you sales sports talk guests coming up at nine forty six time get. The show started off last night. Bill bell check suffered is second words to face the defeat as patriots coach. In fact i haven't been beaten this babb seventeen years and yes the post. Tom brady era. It's not conwell. Missed the playoffs for the first time. In twelve years but I think we all knew at the bills would win this game But it kinda shows just how far the patriots have fallen twenty nine point if feed thirty eight and nine last analyst that bad two thousand and three week one hatreds loss to pay bills once again by thirty one point but This is bella. Tech's first losing season with luoyang with new england but It's a typical fashion belichick Just said Well the good performance by buffalo. They have good team. They're well coached. They play good tonight We just aren't able to do much. They played us across the board. A playoffs now coached us. Did a good job good team. We could see whether the afc championship this year. They deserve to be there. Certainly the better team tonight better than we were in all phases of the aim offense defense special teams buying coaching fundamentals. Did a better job than we did. All right patriot. Haters probably had a nice night last night. I think a lot of patriot haters. Are tom brady haters. Do you get the same shot in freud that tom brady is not experiencing these losses with the rest of the probably. Not all right. Let's go to manhattan. We got our man charlie. What's up charlie. I know you're talking about last night's game. But i just wanted to Because i i was venting and yelling yesterday. I wanted to and i didn't have a lot of time. I just wanted to talk specifically about the the raider game against the dolphins Which i have to say is probably one of the worst regular season losses experienced As a fan. I'm and i'm not referring talkable games. Obviously a playoff game it was i. I'm sure you remember. There was a game. I don't know maybe. Twenty years ago. In the raiders. Lost to the chiefs on monday night when our dear friend. Elvis gurbax hit andre. Reid is in Negage was at that game. Yes over. I think terry mcdaniel any anderson Yeah it was twenty eight twenty six. I think the final score was that i cried that game elicited tears i. I actually broke down and cried in cry saturday night. I was more in shock By what happened I specifically they did the cover to was that the wrong defensive scheme in that moment yes i would have at least gone with three d i mean i always wondered and i only played college but when you play too deep and college the hashes are wide so i would sit on a hash and the other safety would sit on a hash and we had deep half cover to. We had the entire half of the field. And when you're trying when you know a team is throwing a hail. Mary i don't understand why you don't put four safeties back there at least three. So yes. That was the wrong call. Especially when you had a corner in isaiah. Johnson who was playing deep hat now. Why did our net. Greek hitler cheever go to cover the flat. When that would've only picked up ten yards. Like all. I can think of is either if he blew his coverage if he was supposed to be back. That's a pretty egregious. And i don't put it past him. Because i think that guy's more interested in diana's hair red and wearing a lot of but it looked very much like it was a basic cover too. I don't know why you'd be so scared of the flat. Unless you did some scouting and you saw the genius hook and lateral. Play begins in the flat. It doesn't make a lot of sense whatsoever. So this rod marinelli guy as not covered himself in glory and it's too bad because the defense was playing well until dispatch and then when patrick came in he was able to Anyway so That that being said the right yes. The rate is the way they lost. It was just heartbreaking. But the fact that they were in the red zone and this is an ongoing theme but they were in the red zone four times. I think an advocate. So for one touchdown The miss tackles that guy. Mcmillan eat he blew on the blocked punt coverage on the blocked punt attempt and success. He missed that tackle. He missed a tackle on when when they went up Twenty two sixteen. And i forget the guy's name the receiver begins with a g. He blew latte tackle Miss the midst extra point. When when i knew i was texting my buddy. I said they're gonna lose this game as soon as he missed that extra point they're gonna lose this game. They're gonna find a way to lose this game so this is so like they're they're in their inability to score in the red zone again all all season long but specifically like why does gruden not wrote to waller in the red zone brady brady. Gronkowski's gonna go to the whole of fame primarily. Probably because of what him and grady did in the red zone. Kelsey is another number. Why like why. Why is he gruden not do that. Like what like waller is a mismatch and he was having a monster game. They could not block him. Why would they not throw something he they don't. Why are you jason witten. Who's two years old. That's what i was saying to. It's like if you want waller to be a decoy. Why would you throw it to a guy that slower than me. I don't understand that and the the extra point thing it's funny because last year i went to this Emmett smith combine donald. Levi's it was new marriott. They do one per year and they let the media in and it was kinda cool. 'cause i got to interview 'em at one on one but i got to throw passes with steve bono and do all this other stuff but i got to kick filled with john edney former raider and kicked a fifty yard by the way but anyway he said the extra point the new extra point he said i hate it because it's close enough that if you miss it everyone hates you. But he said it's a little bit farther than a gimme. So he goes. I don't know what i would do with this new extra point but still you have to hit your damn extra points and i understand but yeah getting back to your point about why. They're not going to waller. How about this. Why do you spend a first round. Pick out henry ruggs and give him one target as almost an afterthought and i'll call another time to go more in depth about what he's doing to this team but again. Yeah rugs. I think is twenty. Twenty two twenty three receptions on the year. I mean i. I'm baffled all right. So i don't mean to jump around but i want to try to cram everything into this call on that last play. Why did arden key like you said yesterday. He he really. You're going grab the facemask. He held talks and registered his neck. Like well what's going through. What is going through their mobile. I'm baffled like why would you do that. I don't know but i can tell you. I'm a dummy. I said i never played more higher than division to the millisecond. You feel yourself on a face mask. It's like an fence your hand pops right off it so i don't understand why the guy would continue to hold on and try and rip his head off through the air whole. I mean the the bars hanging out. Anyway i'm getting all up. I call them make you. Have you make me feel better. I don't feel better. That's why i'm not a very get Therapist good thing about the game. The only good thing it made me forget about the loss of previous week to the chargers. Anyway it's all i got. I just wanted to head a little about that The last play last couple played. Just whatever amari amari cooper as a rookie had over a thousand yards. His second year he had over eleven year. Eleven hundred yards. I was kinda hoping that they were gonna use rugs. Like they used cooper all right one last question. Do you think do you think he's just not being used correctly. Or do you think he is Not gonna call him a bust but do you think he's a struggle or i and he's one dimensional. I think he's the home run hitter and they don't really trust him another other scenario. I think that's what it is to be continued. Okay all right all right your staff. Yeah all right buddy. Lines are open one. 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Three six zero zero four zero two eight seven seven three six zero four zero two eight seven seven. Three six zero zero four zero two. That's eight seven seven. Three six zero zero four zero to. Where did you get those close at the toilet store. None other another another. I'm so disgusted by re tittle. That i find him very intoxicating whatever works girl girl girl. One eight hundred eight seven eight play. Let's continue the sports talk. Discourse discussion that redundant scott in sack. What's up man. Oh man ever. Since i moved to sacramento from the area i don't get don't get warriors games anymore on tv. Let's nationally. so least. I have tim roy on the On the radio. i'm trying to figure out. Is kim roy. Better for my of the. John miller of the giants on the radio. I can't decide no not in my opinion. This is no offense. Tim roy and i think it's because john miller the orioles for one hundred years. He did sunday night. Baseball with joe morgan for so long and now he's been with the giants for three world series rings. Tim roy of course i think for people in my generation lives in the shadow of bill king. That's nothing that you know. There's nothing wrong with him. Roy it's just that I think john miller is a little more iconic. That's just my opinion. How 'bout you Yeah i would agree. I mean. John miller his voice is just so smooth. And maybe that's just because baseball the slower pace whereas basketball and the radio is or more fast paced. Okay and curry's duran duran over there but it's just like so fast but his but didn't timberlake due to aids for awhile. Jim roy did do a couple of as games when Yeah there was a little bit of a hiatus there and He did okay but it was. You know he was better than st bicker. I'll give him that. Okay go To my question for you today is james. Wiseman i mean at seven foot one to be able to go up and down the court like that but that's pretty impressive. I mean of course we didn't know like how do we buy three games at memphis but from what i've seen so far i am. I'm like in the pick. I would rather have had wise men than edward's lamelo ball. What do you think i. I love the pick. It's really the only reason i watched. The warriors now is for him and curry and if they had had a guy. Yeah like ball or edwards. You wouldn't have even noticed. I mean he'd have a nice bucket here there but it's still lose by twenty. I'm with you. i've never seen a a seven foot. One guy took such a soft three pointer and these aren't clangers. They're all net and to know that he's nineteen. he's still growing. Yeah i think that they they really got a good pick and knock on wood. I remember andrew bogut. Sometimes for whatever reason he had to bring the ball in the frontcourt and he just looked so confused and just look so natural at the seven footer. So seven point one guy. Be able to move smoothly. I'm like this is awesome. All right thanks so much rik. Actually the cost got i appreciate gone scott and sacramento skull for the call. Actually the call scott One eight hundred eight seven eight play. Yeah no doubt. I mean most of those guys are oaths and that's just human physiology when you're that big and and You know wiseman. Luckily is thin enough but he's still got some pretty big arms. He's not a stick out there. I kinda thought. Maybe he'd be this. Patrick o'brien type of stick for your found. Mullen pick rod higgins technically the gm all right but Yeah he's going to get stronger. He's going to get Smarter too i mean. He's just playing against guys. That i mean think about he was going up against lauri markkanen in chicago the other day and he only played one year of hoop from norway is land. He only played one year of hoop at arizona before going in the draft and that guy from his one year in tucson knows a million more stuff than wiseman and he's still holding his own and he's been i mean just think about wiseman once he starts getting a few more years under his belt to me wiseman reminds me of the baseball player who decided to give up his college scholarship. And then get got put right in the bigs. It would be like a robin yount or gary sheffield. Speaking of the brewers twice. They're both nineteen years old and the big leagues. And it's like. Yeah you could played at ucla or ohio state but get ready to go up against the big boys. The learning curve is so much deeper. I it's so much more profitable that's like. I always think about our american soccer players every once in a while. we're gonna get a gem. And just think of christian pulisic was playing in major league soccer instead of in the premier league. He'd still be great. But you know it's one thing to run past a guy who played soccer at florida state or creighton than it is to run past a guy who was in the academy when he was eight years old. Those are the guys that you have to go up against. But yeah it's as i said if you drafted a guy like edwards or you know somebody else a halliburton. There's nothing those guys are good players. But they're not going to stand out they'll slide in. I mean they could. They could have been another jordan pool. Would anybody even give you a second round. Pick for jordan poll. I doubt it. I really do. I doubted you know. And you think about eric pascoe. He's the guy you know a nice little player in. I'm glad that the warriors got him in the second round. He was an on the all rookie team but does he win or lose games for you know why has been a guy that can win a game for you eventually. And and i'm with you scott like i'm not used to having a seven foot guy looks so live and i think over the years. Now these these seven footers when our growing up they were told. Go to pete. Nel's big man. Camp going the low block. You know look at christian lighteners shoulder dip. You know fake one way. Go the other. If you can do aski- hook do it. When wiseman did that skyhook with his left hand. I didn't even know it was left handed. Is he left handed because then he came down and he shot mike. That's way more impressive. Even if he's not. I was told just playing. I played high school basketball point guard. One thousand nine hundred seventy nine. First year carter was president. I'm not texas was the largest forty eight states. The kaiser had been exiled in germany. But i was always told that if you went laughed for a layup you had to lay the ball with your left hand. You know they tried to make you to hand it. And i would always just walking around the house i dribble with my laughter trouble with my left. Try to make my left hand. Better make my left hand better. Weisman's doing a skyhook with his left and he's shooting three with his with his right. I mean when you go through the process and and you scout these guys and you put them through the workouts which they couldn't do this year because of covid nineteen. Obviously they couldn't run the rule over them in person but from everything i heard you know wiseman was the sure. Fire number one overall pick before the season began and then of course the season got shut down and then there are questions about him and this guy anthony edwards though the upside the upside. I've heard about the upside of her about the quami brown upside before but at the draft when he got drafted and he was sitting at home like everybody else and he put on his warrior hat and he started crying. I remember thinking gosh. This sky looks really skinny. Doesn't look that tall anymore. You know the hat is just sitting on top of his big hairdo. He looks like he's fourteen years old. And then i wasn't having buyer's remorse but started to maybe worry a little bit. Like maybe this guy what we think is going to be just from looking at him sitting in his house and all of a sudden you put them in a tank top. He you know he's not hulk hogan but he's definitely got some big muscles and then it's like okay. That's that's how you you don't judge a guy when he gets drafted and cries you judge them and how he plays who. And i didn't see him playing college. He played sixty nine minutes in college. Sorry i missed those memphis games. Penny hardaway i didn't. I didn't see him. I just saw some highlights. And i remember the giants of the sky. William van landingham who is drafted out of the university kentucky because the scout saw him throw a bullpen. He left scott. Went to one wildcat game told the giants sam fell bullpen draft. Him end up being the giants rotation in the big leagues. So these scouts. They look wise men. They can by look at them for five minutes ago. Okay yeah that's the guy. And i i think they got it right. I really do plus the fact that he's smart. You know how many kids in high school pick mandarin. Spanish is the way to go first of all especially in california because there's so much spanish in our culture heritage but also no offense the spanish. I'm saying this as a compliment. Spanish is way easier to learn than any other language. Donde a kasich pay is much easier than look with a view. Our island designed as little french and german for you there. Even though i didn't say anything. He picked mandarin. This kid smart. He's good he's growing. he's young future's bright gotta wear shades. Let's talk a little sailing on the other side. Come on back elsewhere. They probably through this carolina of sales sports talk. Isabelle's joe ski is in sixth place in the vanni globe. Let's listen to how she's doing today. Cry a bit cold and tired because it's the night right now but Doing well you're in sixth place. Nevada globe is very good. Oh yes. I didn't know. I'm happy to hear that this looks pretty good although The wind is so is so. How could i say so difficult right now to find. And so changing that I have a feeling it's pickle to sail You gotta have the feeling that. I'm doing well but urine urine contact. You have a good group and if you can stay with the group it should be okay. I have a contact with a group. That was a way in front of a few days or few weeks before. That's really nice I'm trying to stay with them all. I think it's both is different. Probably the very good in these light conditions. But i'm doing my best just waiting to win the club so you were just talking about that. You were just talking about your food and you're eating a lot just in the cold to eat and drink hot twitter soups and things like that key because this helps to to stay warm and fortunately have very very nice food on board. I have not freeze dry food. But it's dry food very special made With an another technology than a freeze dried. So i have many many good things to eat. So i'm pretty happy about that because Right now it's it's not easy just to stay in the boat in this call just to stay static embassy barrel you have to move or just to go in and lay down under the blanket. But it's really not so easy so it's good to have a nice to have something nice. You see that you have a lot of eggs. Yes i started the race with the hundred eggs. I've been eating two of them each day until these days better right now. I consider that maybe it's risky to continue eating them. Although the still look very good but i stopped. i probably will wait until i. I hope to eat my eggs under breakfast again. Next time you take a chicken with you. I would really love exits all right. Thank you for that in. Welcome back show until with you. Coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio network. It is tuesday and we always check. In with our co host for the segment for sale sport. Talk dot com charon. Lyle and today on the show. We have the past lic. Commodore marie rogers. Who's been recently nominated for the southern california yachting associated work. All the peggy slater award and we also have incoming commodore of the s. y. a. c. bill mcnamara karen Because we're on skype and it would be if we have four people. I'm gonna let you do this. You interview marie and bill so we don't get to confused all come in and i'll let you know when we're out of time so karen lyle take it away. Okay sounds great. Hello how are you doing good to have you on the show. I i would let me. I'll what i'll do is. I'll just ask each of you by name A question since we're all here together First of all. I'd love to start with bill and could you tell us a little bit about The southern the southern california yachting association award the piggy slater award and what that what the significance of that is caring The southern california association. is is a associated yacht clubs. There's about one hundred dozen here in southern california arizona nevada and london california and inside out of mexico We award number of trophies. Each year celebrating the successes contributions of our members members and We have with us today. staff commodore valley licey. Mary rogers who was nominated by a number of organizations This year for the twenty. Twenty peggy slater memorial award memorial lord. is chosen by a group of prior winners so unlike a lot of the words that we administer of this one is completely in the hands of prior winters who review applications and letters of recommendation of up to three pages each and This year after careful consideration and a great number of spectacular nominees. I'm told They were very happy to announce it Lic junior staff. Commodore or recently former. Juniors were marie. Rogers was named twenty twenty. You know you have been a pioneer in bringing Many people into sailing yachting had never considered it before. And what what do you think is Is the most important aspect of of inclusion for for yacht clubs. Well i think you have to just Consider the wonderful privileges to be able to to ban a vessel on the water and be safe and then and then that's have fun and you just name that you could just step into unfortunately Unlike other sports like skiing or maybe even sky diving just sort of sign up. And do it the i. It's different because there's this whole history associated with it in clubs and whatnot and some people who traditionally have just not been you know part of that whole scene. It's just been a historic country because clubs have private and they having just let anybody in. So i found myself as an adult a younger adult Able to to gain access and and immediately started loving sailing and of course wanted to invite my friends and so that's basically how it got started and my friends are from a gray diverse group That didn't feel that they would feel welcome in this environment. Which was Not not very diverse ethnically and So i thought Maybe we can change that. And so that's how it all began and bill. I think that the southern california yachting association added a new committee that involve marie this year. Can you tell us a little bit about that. yes Southern california association serves our one hundred member clubs through twenty different committees and this year we elected to add a committee that Marie ultimately was selected to chair and that is the southern california association inclusivity in any. Marie was uniquely qualified because introduction. Pioneer We lost you for just a moment. Del where where we lost you When you said really would unique qualified them and there was a little blank space when you could fill in anything that link but in this particular case so uniquely qualified to help us increase our diversity and inclusivity She did a lot of pioneering work in los angeles increasing the the inclusivity and diversity of their introduction to sailing program and did a lot of community outreach to sickness of our society that have not been well represented in yakov over one hundred year history. Well let me. I was I listened to the the speech that you gave when you accepted this award and You know. I didn't realize that you were the first african american woman of any major not cloud I guess to not not just los angeles shot club In the southern california area to be a commodore in it mentioned something about your parents and how they would've loved yachting. I mean how would you visualize because they were in the fifties and and inclusion was not really a concept so much at that time How how would you give them today if they were if they were in your program with you. Oh they they would love the whole club atmosphere. My mom is a really big bridge player. For example and she she was involved in bridge clubs. Social clubs. might dad athletic He was a lifeguard. He was one of the very first. La county life march in a back then Black lifeguards could not work at the beach at the county beaches yet the only work at a black facility so he was Chief lifeguard and fell. Verdy which is North of la is the northernmost part of the county and So if they were able to be in a yacht club. I just totally see them. Involved in all activities. They'd have really nice. I mean every like we had to woody as a car. It was always shine so it would have been awesome. I guess at t the especially the social part of it It would have been epic well and bill. You're a sailor as well and And so what. What is it that you love about sailing. That you that you feel is important to share with others. What others there's two aspects of passion. Wh one is sailing and and that basically involved just being out on the launer I'm involved in bluewater cruising Hawaii in england and ireland the islands off cattle california coast and california and see a cricket cruising a big part of my life I also spent a lot of time racing in in mid sized boats similar to one that marie skippers So you know probably thousand races over the course of the last decade So that's that's one aspect. I just love participating and in the last six seven years i've gotten involved in in sort of club life of where you are spending time with people with similar interests There's plenty of clubs know the united states. Congress established a tax category for membership clubs like country clubs and golf clubs and fraternities and sororities and yacht clubs and That tax code section kind of defined the fact that we all have something in common we we raise most of our money for our own purposes and that that life has turned into Basically a social Element you know. When we're not on the water were together talking about being on the water. And i have friends who can tell me all about the lie of the dream at the torrey pines eighteenth hole and that very sentenced sports me to tears but we have similar conversations that clubs and it doesn't involve things like bermuda grass and and the height of the green and and other things that are really important to my friends in my be is a roller furling or a handgun jim. These are the debates that sylvie our said yacht club bars yes it does. Sure that's true and and me You're very much a part of that because you've failed of you your first transpac. Last year i remember. I was in the caribbean I think probably somewhere in The sir francis drake channel in the bvi. When i got your tax when you're on 'cause on i think it was the name of that boat and And then i read them on. Did my broadcast. I did my broadcast from the bvi. And i and i read about your progress so sales all over. You've spent so much time on the water. Murray what what is your favorite Year racer but you also crews. What is your favorite. Do you prefer racing or cruising You know i love to race. And i i love freezing. I've just done a lot more racing Because you know it's a young kid living on chain and And i you know. I was a downhill ski years. I raised that way. I was wanna ski team. And i was a master swimmer I love. I love competition and i played tennis in my youth. But but Being votes great. Because you have a whole crew. I've never really been part of a team that way vice than like individuals. So so i i loved. I love being underwater water. But more and more as i age cruising is becoming a lot more of healing and i spent some time in the caribbean. And as the of cortez and up and down pelfrey coast and into mexico. I love it. and i love cruising catalina back. You know i just you know. It's like the back of my hand that route so i love both aspects but i think as yeah as life changes. I get older. I'll probably be doing our thing. Well i think cruising. I love the cruzi as you know but i i'm becoming a passionate about talking to base. Here is about the thing that they loved to do. So it's been so much they'll be have just a just a minute or so some more. Can you summarize for us a little bit about how elliot clubs are doing during the pandemic Are they still reaching out to their members. And and and giving racism sale sailing going there's a variety of reactions and and most of the cloud seem to be migrating tour to a common approach in the early days when and harbors after floods to close Treating them much like restaurants or bars at the time A number of the clubs. I belong started phone chains where members calling other members to check on them. See how they were doing Just make certain they had what they needed Yachting like yacht clubs and country clubs Tend to have a slightly older demographic than other Other organizations so there were grocery deliveries ranged and there were food deliveries arranged For people who would normally you know just show up at the club for dinner by over You know multiple days leak and now they were housebound and maybe not terribly flexible and well equipped Some counties were pretty coney in their reactions and some of our clubs just locked the doors. Some of them received letters from their emeralds who are concerned about precautions from from eric local governments. And told them you have to lock the doors. You can't have anybody inside and that was really traumatic for organizations that depend on serving their members in order to pay their employees and maintain their services. So there was a lot of diversity county marie rogers and Also we want to thank bill mcnamara and karen. Lyle karen thanks everyone and a happy new year to you all. Thank you very much. We'll chat again. We'll we'll continue by by all right. Good stuff come on back on sports bil- the most of us like to be out in the sun. That's why sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protect your skin from aging and cancer. The fda recommends using sunscreen with a sun protection factor or spf fifteen or higher also look for broad spectrum on the label that means both harmful violet. A and b raised of blonde uv. Rays age. this skin. 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It's basically the seven in his seventies era talk show and it's a lot of like you know. I talked to some people that survived. You know the hiroshima blast and i. I know how it feels to be survivor. I once caught a case of cla media in l. l. key summers hot tub and tuesday. I every sunset. I plus the day that i left. You know that's the thing i love about your shows too. I remember when you were a nice enough at At the speakeasy brought me back. And i met bob odenkirk michael mckean and those guys. But it's a shame bounce. Career never took off but it was. It was great when you were you. Were onstage at the speakeasy and i could see kevin pollack watching you and you started going around the crowd like a monkey and you said oh if you didn't know what you were in store for now you know what this is a mind f. It was if nothing else on brand and i have to ask you to because i i brought this up with you before you were in studio with me. The day after trump got elected so here we are four years later And he's still going to be in for what Twenty two more days or whatever what what hopefully just twenty two pitcher and like with a nail gun pointed it is you know it's You know. I mean. I don't really. I don't do like people like you have a lot of trump during no because it it's i don't see where the fun part it's it's so it's so over. The whole thing is so overwhelming But it it. It is You the great thing. About america's we try stuff prohibition tried it didn't really work clinton with chicks or bush saying dumb words as a whole different level. Yeah yeah we we turn you know. A lot of people said that you know a lot of people you know like i have a lot of friends that are conservatives and and and they feel that you know you need a strong defense and very small government and i. I don't agree with every aspect of that. But i'm completely on board with that. I can see how you feel that way. Totally understand it. The jet get completely no government at all. I think we've tried it. It doesn't work. It's nice to have someone steering the bus. That's all now whether it's conservative. It's it's fine what you know whatever but you know how about not a ghost all right well as you can tell. I can talk to dana all day. But i wanna make sure everybody gets their tickets or abstract pacalypse to sf sketch. Fest dot com. And just look at the names. I mean dana carvey. Christopher guest patton oswald that goes on and on and on and of course i get. Why atypical so come to get to talk to. You can't wait till you to come back so strange to not be in san francisco during this week which is always when i come up through the punch line I i really miss it and i can't wait to come back. Well thanks for being on the horn with appreciated stay safe. We'll see you soon. But anytime buddy right. That's have sketch fest. Dot com pick up those. Tickets january thirtieth. That's when we'll go down. 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He owes me money And even just forget. the off. field distractions strip clubs. Find twice for covid nineteen protocols. It's a guy with the career. Seventy four passer rating more interceptions than touchdown. They said he has almost the same stats. Josh rosen three and ten is of starter twelve touchdowns fourteen picks. I think that's almost identical. Do you watch rosen. Well josh rosen but probably be more desirable because at least he's not in strip clubs with no mask. That could be something. Maybe you can splice this together. The reason you need nauseous a minute. Formula is because a new year's eve party might be in your future but a new year's eve party via zoom and just with the people in your households now zine available at stores everywhere comes up. it's called editing. I remember when i first worked in tv. That we're doing a video news. Release and i worked for independent television news and two different days. We had a film on this boat. And one day it showed. This guy was wearing the same jacket. This captain he was he walked in the door and then he walked into a room and the editor put it together. Like it was the same day and i went. Hey those are two different days and it looks like the same day and she goes. Yeah it's called the editing. yeah. I guess that's what it is called. Think about this. There have been thirty nine quarterbacks over the last two seasons. That's a long haskins has been in the league thirty nine quarterbacks with more than three hundred pass attempts last twosies haskins is thirty eighth. in completion percentage. Thirty eighth in touchdown passes thirty eight. In touchdown percentage dead last in quarterback rating thirty seven in yards per attempt. Yes he can revitalize his career and a lot of people tweeted at him saying. Oh this will make you stronger. The only one. That really scared on him. That i saw was stephen a smith who said i look like a damn fool. I was mad at the giants for taking daniel jones over him. This is just all about attitude. This guy's trouble. Well where could he go anywhere. Bueller i know some people were talking about pittsburgh that if anybody could fix them. It'd be mike tom.

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Devon's seven one eight hundred four one zero four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. That's eight hundred four one. Oh forty seven. Seventy one rick kettle. His i hate that guy. I love that guy all my gosh. He's so fine. Rick tittle brings home the bacon prize. It up in a pan and then he eats it ricky in his official business. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show your participation incision elevation all that good stuff. Let's have look lou. Now it's funny talk about revisiting draft talking about last year and we would have gone there so this mba article about revisiting. The twenty eighteen drought. And i thought oh who would have gone one two three. It says number one overall would have been shake milton. Who was a second round. Pick number. Two would have been gary trent junior who was second round. Pick and number three is devante graham. Who was way for a second round pick and get for these guys seriously good for them but none of those guys are like oh how could they have overlooked him. Oh my gosh shake milton. How could he be number. Fifty four overall so. I don't know it just this why. Nba draft picks. Unless you pick it in the top three a lot of people don't even care about that you know the whole draft and stash. It amazes me when lebron james got finals with the cab first time around they lost and what are they gonna do in the drop. It was kind of like the packers did. We'll take a guy who won't play next year guy who we hope won't play for three years we'll move up to get up but the cabs drafted a guy and france and sent him right back like lee doing about that. Also get to the whole anthem thing in. Alice met her a they will now be like national talking about fat On eight hundred. Eight seven eight play one. Eight hundred eight seven eight five nine. That gonna do her out. It's gotta go out on a date. 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Do you think he can pull off a win this year. Always like an underdog bob. But i'm not sure about this guy. He's passing all three picks up a bag of wings doctors to produce sex unwilling pick up the heart shaped box heading toward the candy aisle. He's picking squash no he choked and head straight to the checkout on leaving this costa valentine's day don't be a rick mcafee this valentine's day with heart shaped box of russell stover chocolates our two of leading sports. Do you thought it couldn't get any better but it sputter rick tittle is back. He's so great. I can't believe how awesome he is more sports talk. Yes couldn't get any better but it. Spotter rick journalists back. He's so great. I can't believe how awesome he is more sports talk. Yes our two of titillating sports out rick to think that and welcome back to the show returned with you. Coast to coast around the world on american forces radio network. It's our pleasure to welcome to the show. Us edition christopher herald wells and. He is the frontman at guitarist for the band. The never luminaries and they have a brand new project Self title and it is out this month via poly chromatic records christopher. Welcome to the show. How would you describe your music. Because it seems like you can't really describe it and it doesn't really fit into one of the normal categories. Does it oh well i. I'll thank you so much for having me on rick. unloaded to dylan listeners. Out there Essentially represents the fact. That i've always. I've always really enjoyed a very a plethora of jonah's music you know from very soulful stuff to very spacey and soon gave you almost cure asked to very gritty stuff. You know like i go up at big metallica fan. You know and might be. And i just got really turned onto a lot of different genres of music and all affected my songwriting. It's something that in. What i do as an artist i feel you know. I like to show like Like having like a journey of sorts. Because you know it's my essential. It kind of equals life for me like you know the way it goes some days. It's really easy laid back and mellow than other days. It's kinda funky then other days. You know you just kind of sitting back and everything's cold then other days it's kind of you know we get we get angry you know and so i really like to show all of that and or excuse me represent all of that within my sound you know very important point now and i think it's cool how you can have as i mentioned like metallica or something spacey and then maybe it sounds like scanner. Then maybe it sounds like harlem and it's really just the diverse music scene. We kind of grew up in right. Yeah i mean. I guess some people get comfortable in writing and one you know. They had stick per se and their stick. Is they do this type of music very well and they might be like a hard rock band or something and everyone can have their neither translate as beautifully you know breaking it down per se like analysis and change how they were able to do both seamlessly because roma's part of the other but most people have to find their own lane because essentially i think that's part of the way the music business used to be because it was easier to market people to say. Hey this is what it. It's you know but other bands band like happy to maintain this stand this but I've always been a fan of you. Know like zeppelin's one of my biggest influences of all time and prints and the cats. That really just did what they wanted to do. And just put out you know their songs their records out to not necessarily was the flavor of the day but just musically where they were at tiny launch true and recorded this at the height street studios here in the city which you know. I think about like when i was in high school. The dead kennedys were there and then to park was there and speaking of parliament. George clinton was there. What was it like to be in such a famous venue like that that studio. It's it's very honorable honor. It's going very humbling experience. I mean very honored to be there just to you. Know work with some really amazing people. And i had this wonderful you know group of friends and real producers and singers and musicians in you know They work out of their. You know few years ago. I was lucky enough to be brought into a session. I pam parker and She ironically it was a session. That jameson. Der who produced the record and ryan hickey who played He actually played song. He actually played piano. Once-off on arianna the first thing of the record so just the fact that years later you know these in these hollowed halls. Then i would be recording my music. It's you know it's it's a wonderful thing even just like taking a break to you know. Use the lua. Whatever no you. Just walk by all these old records and kennedy's Just kind of funky rain day. You know that's just the way to the kitchen. Here's the other record there so it's a it's it's so cool and there's there's a bit of a i would dare say a bit of a magic in that place you know essentially looking or not but it's split up into different rooms you know and i guess you know some of the bigger artists you know backing debut record downstairs and the bigger room in studio see was called bali hideout with a little studio upstairs at the dead like go. Then other people's you know like Think sexuality did serving with the alien up there and now these other wonderful artists recorded quarterback and it just has this magic to like when you're there know that you're somewhere really special almost like the equivalent of like musical treacher. Something when you walk here. Yeah no doubt about a couple. More questions for christopher herald wells herald. Wells your dad. All american linebacker at purdue played a few years for the eagles in the sixties as well had stats four interceptions. Pretty good for linebacker so when you were growing up in his career on the gridiron was over. So did you like did he show you black and white films or did you get his old football cards close ally actually i was. You know like little kid sneak around. Check out their parents stuff. And they're not what's this. What's that let's go in here. And i found this pile of cards and there was always. Maybe he played football. But then when i saw the cards put the two together down. Oh wow and then. I actually had a business. I was so in the cards to my classmates it when i was young but it was. It was neat. You know. I got to discover the older. I got the mark out into football into the game itself and you know especially at you within the last few years so many of these clips are now popping up where you know. I'm seeing you know. Knock jim brown backwards. And all this really cool stuff that i wasn't to see but just knowing you know it's it's a trip i a buddy of mine And he lives in san francisco and We used to hang back in the day when we did some time in north carolina not time but by that but we were sitting at a bar that he worked at and they had that thing on the nfl network of like the one hundred greatest blades or something they have and you know for some reason i just happened to be there and the play that my father was featured in was you know was playing there the bar and i was like wow such a proud moment and i was wondering how awesome would have been to actually be at that game listening. Luckily i still have him and luckily we have lots of video and stuff. That's popping up now. So that's really awesome very cool. We've been speaking with rocker. Christopher herald wells the debut self titled chromatic records and on the way out we will listen to stumble which is one of the hits on the album as well christopher. Thanks for stopping by congratulations on the project. And hopefully we'll catch up on the future awesome. We're thanks so much for having me and have a one for one week in a great week right thanks. A lot armitage. Come on back with some open so Reason some things saying mass. Here's an important covid. Nineteen school system update for your local area. If you're concerned about your child's education please pay close attention to this message. The current school systems were not set up for at home learning. If you're worried that your child may not be getting the grades. They need to get ahead. Maybe losing self confidence or you're worried about them getting into a good college. Because of their grades help is available to you. 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Oh six. that's eight hundred. Three three eight sixty nine. Oh six paid for by the detox and treatment. Help line join the army coz my father and my brother were in the army. I thought i'd better join before got drafted son during a draft of war. There was one rick till always goes commando. Welcome back to the show. Nice to have you with us. One eight hundred eight hundred seventy. If you didn't hear mark cuban who courses one of the most. I mean you can call him a celebrity on her at this point but his shark tank show and everything else he's done He was also I should remind people the man who ran a team that had such pervasive Sexual at best tension and at worst sexual aggression That he suffered a ten million dollar fine nothing that he did but certain people under his watched it during the organization but mark. Cuban is a self made man. And he's the american dream and overall he's a pretty good owner. If you're a fan anyway. Well mark cuban stop playing national anthems at home games and he said This was a couple months ago. It was my decision. I made it. He said i. I didn't i made it because i feel that the anthem doesn't represent my players. Well the mavericks reportedly wanted to explore the representing people from all communities and Now the mavericks have got a mandate and that is that they have to play the national anthem. The chief communications officer of the nba mike bass said with nba teams now. In process of welcoming fans. Back into their rina's all teams will play the national anthem in keeping with long standing league policy so dallas hosted twelve game so far and one preseason game and then play the anthem before any of them. I'm a little surprised by it. and i it's not the most catchy song like oh canada and some other anthems you know the marseille is come on along the I mean there are some good national anthem Ours isn't very catchy. I love it you know. i'm just one person. could i live without it at a at a. nba game absolutely. It doesn't add anything to the nba game. And you know. It's funny the first time. I ever really became aware of how weird the national anthem. Laws was in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. I had One of my relatives from germany with me and she wanted to go to a baseball game and the as roma town so i took it to candlestick park Can she wanted to see. Mlb game you know. It's she said when you grow up in foreign countries in you watch. Tv and movies and everyone's talking about baseball baseball baseball baseball and so she wanted to see it. So i said sure so. I took her to candlestick park. And i got good seats like in the eighth row behind the giants dugout and and the national anthem played and we all stood up took off our hats and got real quiet and she looked around. And she's like what's going on. I go we gotta play the anthem and so she stood there very respectful. We sat down. She said it was like church. I said why do you guys do that. And i didn't have an answer as like Because they just we always have they just do. I don't know do you before every baseball game. I said and basketball and football and hockey. I go hockey. we might have to. I always like it when i go to a sharks game. They play canadian team. And i get to national anthem. I like national. It goes back to not just the olympics but the world cup and you go down the line. Some guys singing some guys out there is closed. Some guys frowny face came phase. And you get to hear it like the italian national anthem is very jumpy. The brazilian national anthem makes you want to jump up and down and under some national anthems that sound Downright depressing and some of them. Are you know they try to get you fired up how. 'bout may ikano sagredo. Mexicans let us hear your war cry and you do the rifle salute through the whole song. I mean it. It can get pretty marshall for sure but what does it add to the gate and and look you can separate the fact like i said i. I love america i. I told you i was talking about yesterday. I put my flag fourth of july. And somebody said oh maga- which makes me mad because the flag doesn't represent democrats or republicans. It's not a political flag and the fact that it's somehow got politicized it infuriates me that you can look at an american flag and then say oh. He supports trump or he doesn't support. You know this or that that's infuriating because that flags been around before democrats and republicans even existed so I understand that. Nationalism can get touchy and especially now. Our intelligence level is at its lowest ebb in the history of this country really is so as fractions as we get but despite the fact that i love this country i love my flag. I love the national anthem. It really doesn't need to be at a damn game right well. When would you play at wreck. I i don't know i At an inauguration Definitely at the olympics. Because that's not just american. Play the national anthem for every team. That wins the gold medal. You know are you going to stop it there. You could but i would say there I would say whenever you We're going to do something with our military you know. And it's not time for taps reveille something like that I don't mind it. I don't and that's the thing that i think that we really got away from with cap when he started kneeling was it's just his choice. He wants the neil. And maybe it's my bay area especially my east bay sensibilities where they pulled. Flags classrooms. When i was younger. But i'm just used to people doing what they want or protesting something and if a peaceful protest i don't understand but the rage because he's he's just a guy. Now if he stood up and urinated on the flag spit on it and set it on fire. Those are still who cares right but those are. i know. there's a kind of new york reactions but guys like yeah during the song just neil. I knew people who gave the finger during the song. It is decided to kneel under the advice of neighbouring who was a green beret by the way been on the show actually had inklings with them and philly after the army navy game. He is a little guy that i'll give credit for plan in the nfl that size but as his suggestion. But it would be like you know. I really can't stand the fact that capper neck is presbyterian or can't stand the fact that he's straight or gay or mormon or i don't understand how affects you guys doing. I don't know it's not. It's not even live and let live because you could still say live and let live and be highly offended. I it's just. I don't know i guess i'm just used to it and and that's the thing about me is i get to choose to stand for and people. Don't you stand for this. don't you get mad. You know. I knew i would get some backlash but when i saw that jackass with that the buffalo hat with a horn standing there in the senate and i thought this is. This is the first day of my life. I'm just humiliated to be an american where the president could Stoop that low. And then everyone's like this is the first day what about this. What about that. i mean. that's that's just the way the internet works. So you weren't embarrassed about this. You weren't embarrassed about that. It's not without saying everyone's always ago after you. There was a comedian. I know he tweeted out. I apologize just to see what would happen. And he said he got tons of people. Say what did you do what. Now what was it and then some people said. We don't forgive you saying i don't forgive you and i made it up just already decided that they're on the other side because they want to be mad at me and tried to cancel me so mark. Cuban i'm surprised because adam silver but i don't know i mean He i'm sure he houses reasons You know you think about the. The numbers did go down in the nfl. When this controversy happened maybe he's afraid of the revenue they would lose but shutting it down their throats. We'll see if it's just a blip. I kind of feel like it will be just a blip more important things to be concerned about whether the song plays or not but on the other hand like. I said we don't need it. I like it. But it's just i won't cry. They got rid of iraq. It'll come back sports. Do you own a timeshare. But can't use it because of travel restrictions a change in life circumstances or perhaps you can no longer afford the monthly payments or annual maintenance fees if you feel stuck or you just need to get out of your timeshare. Newton group is here for you. They are the nation's oldest timeshare relief company which means you can trust them. 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We got country and western rick till eight two hundred chicken wings at yo mama's house last night now back to fat boy back to fat boy rick tittle with you coast to coast so the box had their parade but they had it in bubbles on boats which there were a lot of people on the boats that probably weren't an exclusive bubbles. But don't worry. I want won't tell dr fauci cheeky but Tom brady has made a lot of impressive. Throws in the last twenty one years but You might have seen the video of him throwing the lombardi trophy from one boat to the other to the f. I it was reported. It was wrong but i'm now seeing. It was actually cameron brave tight end. That caught it because cameron bright said. If i had dropped that. I think i would have had to retire. That was amazing. He pointed at me. We've talked about it earlier. It was a great throw. I mean what do you expect for tom. Brady great throw the thing. That's most interesting. Is that when break caught it. He caught it by the football. You know the top of the trophy. But this is also the first time i've ever seen the trophy treated in such a manner not that i'm outraged. I am surprised now. The stanley cup. We know that guy is getting for a day. Every member of the team and people eat cereal out of it. They poured champagne and they sleep with it. They do all sorts of thanks strapping it into their car and driving around the lombardi trophy. I have never seen bandied about like a play thing. So anyway What i think one of the funniest things is that there was a video from tom. Brady's both so you're literally behind him. And you hear someone yelled dad now and find out that it was his tom. Brady's daughter vivian. Or they call her. She goes dad now right when he threw it because he did it. The old line and give dad know once again just showing that girls are usually or headed and smarter than men. I mean. she's smarter than her own dad. What she eleven dad. No i was listening to somebody. Talk about how tom brady owns. Every super bowl record. And that's actually raw. And i just want to take a look at a couple or at least a tie. Because if you think about quarterbacks that one back super bowls twice there's just one and that's terry bradshaw. Racha was starting quarterback pittsburgh for fourteen years and he became helped the steelers become the third team to go back to back when they were nine and ten and then they The raiders won eleven and then They got back to super bowls Thirteen and fourteen and So bradshaw became the first multiple several. Mvp and went back twice. Oh brady. Ken joined bradshaw if he leads. The bucks victories again. The patriots won back to back In the two thousand three and a four year span. So there's that if he can win the next super bowl brady would become the first back to back to back super bowls with two. Different franchises is Currently one of two quarterbacks to win quarterbacks in two different franchises i of course was peyton manning he could be the first. Qb to three peat which would put him down for two more years and that would put them at forty five years old. He said he wants to play and phil. He's forty five years old. So that's something. And the only quarterbacks that got close to three consecutive super bowls bradshaw brady verse greasy aikman montana but those dreams knbr bradshaw tannin. Aikman saw those dreams and in the conference championship games. The the greasy dolphin ones that was the sea of hands and oakland and then the patriots couldn't do their three peat and they lost the donkeys. And the oh five divisional around if he wins the next two super bowls radio. Join ken norton as the only players to win three straight so northern of course went back to back with the cowboys and they got one with the niners. You could also say that You know he needs to pass bill bell check on super bowl rings a why once a coach wants a player brady already has the record for most super bowl rings as a player but his coach still has the record for most super bowl rings of anyone. Six abell check rings of course head coach of the patriots is first two were with the giants as the the dc. So let brady's never said anything about trying to catch bella check by said that he's not going to retire. You think you think checks can retire after gone. Seven and nine cam newton We know that brady's ten super bowl appearances are the most ever for a player but he's one super bowl appearance from tying the record of most super bowl trips now it'd be the patriots who went to eleven and People forget that the previous trips when new england loss to the bears and eighty five super bowl twenty and The bill parcells patriots when they lost to brett farve in his first super bowl. Thirty five twenty one. you remember. that was In ninety six by the way that eighty five bears team which was going to win the bowl. Everyone knew it the. Afc championship game was in la. The raiders had home field throughout and sammy. Seal fumbled the kickoff and the patriots jumped on it. And that's when mellon on just Pat sullivan in the face. Let's go to robert. Who's out in michigan doing on robert. Hey fine ranko here. In the winter wonderland issue again. I just wanted to chime in and say hello Remember who could hit the free throws was killed murphy. I think he had about sixty in a row number iraq up. When i was growing up he always known as the shortest guy. Nba history a who was good about like five eight right. I think so but he had a long career and was he was in. And i remember the the team. What was a five hundred team. That went all the way to the finals. Coach and A teammate rudy rudy. Tomjanovich that detroit guy. But that's the i've ever met. Washington punched his face in. Yeah that was such trauma. I think both players were never the same. After that. to be honest my opinion route t went on to coach a little bit but very successful really big shakeup down. Yeah so uh detroit. Sports right now. Well it's kind of a lot of trades in Well a few trades anyway and it's tigers. I hope maybe the tigers could. I think it's realistic. Even know it sounds kind of awful that they would make it to five hundred this year. That's not a lofty goal. But i think it's kinda realistic goal or lofty goal. Just kind of the same. We'll see what happens in that division What are you what did you think about. The whole jared goff and a bunch of picks for matt stafford well. I think it's a good thing in a way because the gm changed in coach change so they want to bring in their own people and And i understand that Matt stafford did a lot for detroit. And he did a lot of philanthropy he was. I don't think he haven had a traffic ticket. He was a good guy off the feel Just wish him real really well Down the line If i could just bring in an analogy we've had that happen before in detroit with Bob lanier was a longtime center for the detroit pistons and he went on and on and on and couldn't get to the play offs and he was a perennial all star Remember the guy you seven foot. Tall is a lefty right. Right and He he wanted he finally asked to be traded to and he went to milwaukee and he went with a good team over there. That had junior bridge van and sydney moncrieff. I was donald john nelson as the head coach right and he did make it to the play offs but they didn't get over the hump to get to the title. I didn't they want to semi finals. Boston was always kind of been their way. But bob lanier was a long time Same same boat is matt and Then he he too left. Which i think was a good thing for both him to you. Happy about agam trump getting into the hall of fame a first ballot or. I think that's a good thing because you know what of reminded me that he was. He changed the game in the sense that they call it. The fifty sixty ball. I remember like most wide receivers. They're they're so You know like freddy off with stick nickel. And maybe you had a speed merchant like bob hayes or someone but but calvin johnson could kinda did that fifty fifty ball at least in my opinion. You're a db rix. You might know more about that. He was pretty unguardable. And i remember our ceo. And frankie albert with the old alley but Randy moss was a guy like that too because he could jump like a basketball player. But yeah john has he could jump like a basketball player but tron didn't even have to jump he was already way above you. Yeah but He's coming back. He's living in michigan Quite a bit and I think he's There was a little run in that he had with the team about. Not you know cooper they. They weren't communicating. But i think they're going to bring him in the fold now with the new regime. That's all good. I'm all happy about that. Yeah you don't wanna be our when you leave on hall of famer oscar all. Yeah after a little couple of frozen years. They brought read far back the lambeau and retired his number. Because you could. It's like joe. Montana and san francisco. It was really sour there for a while. But now everybody's friends because the fans loved them you know the fan fandom who they're playing for and that's that's kind of the bottom line. And that's like marcus allen with raiders. He hated al davis and so his name was mom for a while. But marcus's one of favorite raiders of all time all right. Hey robert thanks for the call man. Stay up hey. Last week we had on the special olympic crew. I just love that to death. I appreciate that it. Thanks for that stuff. Those are some fantastic athletes One more thing. Before we go talking about tom brady records. There's a record that he doesn't wanna get in the super bowl and that has biggest super bowl loser because yes. He's one seventy percent of super bowls. He's blatant but he's one away from dying the record by both super bowl losses by quarterback and of course. That's jim kelly. It was over for john. Elway lost three fran. Tarkenton lost three and tarkenton of course The first one lost by them was. The vikings was old number. Eleven joe cap at the university of california. Then a all right. We'll take a quick break. We'll come home back gums or usa. Turn underhill. I'm going to tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. Yes you can get affordable health care for you and your family immediately and save as much as fifty percent of your current monthly healthcare payments are. Plans are perfect for people that are self employed. 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You heard it here first It was a way of An organization looking at the tweets talking about who people think is the greatest of all time by state in the united states of an algorithm which can check. It's interesting if you ask me. Who's the greatest of all time in any sport. I say play. I mean i don't i don't even stop to think about it. He's just the greatest of all times greatest soccer player that ever lived multiple world cup titles and msu has more goals but what he accomplished To me it's play but twenty states said tom brady. That is the leading on eleven state. Said michael jordan. Eleven states said lebron james. Four states said serena williams. One states had peyton manning. Indiana of surprise one st said. Aaron rodgers wisconsin. No surprise on st said. Joe montana ki l. foreign. Yeah no surprise and guess what state said. John elway colorado. If you asked me. American wise outside of play. I would say babe ruth babe ruth have gone to the hall of fame as a pitcher and then he's was the greatest and yes. He only played against white people. I understand that it's not his fault though As well so. I mean you can hold it against them to a certain extent but i think he would've raked Even in a un segregated Baseball but anyway. What is twitter now. everything rick everything. All right we have another hour to go. I'm rick to come on back on sports by them. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network lie at hartland. Newspeak dot com. The stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. They were invited. Lisa brady fox news. That's part of the core argument by house. Prosecutors blaming the former president for the storming of the us capital last month. We know who lit the fuse. Donald trump told these insurrectionists to come to the capital and stop the st l. congresswoman. 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I know you like to talk about the three pillars of wellness. Let's let's start with those three pillars if you could yeah. Hey what's going on sir. I think Yeah i mean basically. It's pretty straightforward. I suppose this kind of physical. How nutrition then Mindset kind of and mental models so i suppose very similar to how you know an athlete with approach their craft to how much of it is nutrition. Comedy of it is fitness. And how much of it is mental. You think can you. Can you put a percentage on them. I mean always been tough questions. But i guess that depends on what your goal it For me i think for the most part when people will people will find it Mental mindsets really do everything relatively in your life. So i would say. Probably you know. Mental likely fifty percents Diet nutrition. it's probably about thirty percent and then fitness is about twenty But i will say for a lot of people who fitness is kind of the glue and the catalyst that will push them forward or have something to ground their action because even though the other two are more important. They're they're a little bit in my opinion at least a little bit harder To kind of get the hang up but the most part you know. Everybody remembers gym class basic movements fitness. I think that's really the grounding practice thing that gets. You intrigued everything out. Yeah it's it's something where like just for me personally and i. I've played multiple sports in college. And then i got a little beefy and one time lost a lot of weight just from diet and then in the last year i've lost from diet and then running a lot and i'm fifty five people. Tell me oh you're going to hurt your knees but for me. You're right like if i if i don't run at all doesn't fit together. I kind of. I put them together in a way. So how how do you involve how much you're not working with a world class athlete. Let's say you're just working with a weekend or you're like me. How much do you sort of ally with the fitness and the nutrition. Yeah i mean you hit it on the head You gotta start with easiest. I but i mean especially your aging. I mean you got a little spring and those legs but we all get a little bit older Diet really becomes really becomes important then coupling that with the physical activity because you look at that for tally rates right. You actually raised a really interesting point with running into niece thing. Which is a little bit of a mess. The recent book picked Put out asked about this concept called exercise then they looked at mortality rates. With just a little bit of physical activity you basically can cut your saudi rate. Relatively almost in half by just you know twenty minutes of movement a day so helping people ground themselves in that. That's why you know something that i like to call exercise snack to get people moving And then that'll help you. I think understanding complexities of died in nutrition. So i you know to make a long winded answer. Start to move your body. You mentally feel better. You probably van. Don't wanna feel poorly after you sweat and work out so then you're more likely to want to eat a little bit healthier and if eating healthier takes a little bit more time because you're moving your body if you're not eating as well your body will better be able to. You know you process that. She's burger that. You have once in a while a cheeseburger once in a while. Joe i am I'm more of a plant. Based sometimes -tarian god. I really eat. Rat grabbed me. But i will say I'm not dogmatic when it comes to food like that. I think it's fine like you know they're all gonna you know passed away unfortunately enjoyed a cheeseburger Me can't be helping part. I'm more of a dessert. Can apple pie. something like that. Have a little sweetness to it very cool. We're speaking joe holder. Who's going to be on the the masterclass the inventor of the show system. I'd like to hear about that show. Thanks you know. That started in college when i played football. University of pennsylvania and i dealt with a lot of injuries actually have a couple of buddies who are in nfl right now And those those injuries helped me like kind of recalibrate that i wanted to get back on the playing field. So that's when. I kinda started the ocho system where i started to realize that physical health ties and everything else and it really simply dancer you. No one can help others and others can help one. I'm a big believer of your physical health which goes into other areas. You know like mental emotional evening you know intellectual financial hopefully that allows you to improve your social impact and give back in the world so today is this kind of like. I like to say designed system and philosophy that i come up with you know Ideas out of consulting work whether that be for brands like nike in dyson. And things like that. It's just kind of a little bit of a life. Philosophy design practice. That i have and i've seen success with. They'd and i'm very lucky for that. But you know who started on the field breaking my leg. My ankle getting hurt. Pretty bad. And i just didn't wanna stay now. I think it's great that an ivy league team will show up and it's like a. It's the quakers. People turned the other cheek like quite so. Who'd who who did you guys hate. The most out of all your ivy league rivals i mean traditionally the you know the rivalry with with with princeton does over the bridge south jersey but it was really hard because it was us in harvard. Always been battling. When i was there for the ivy league championships. Harvard was always indeed that we circled on the calendar. And i think mark derosa wasn't he the debate a major league baseball player. Wasn't he the pen quarterback back in the day. The shout yeah. He came and visited ransom. Route scott passes from yes. He was there You know the current coach of the browns pendulum Brand copeland play for the patriots. Just got hurt those ten along in Starting line for the jets. Greg monroe rooms. Also kinda wack tampa bay around the league and the ryan fitz's and these other guys day burks. I mean there are a lot of ivy league guys. And i think they get overlooked sometimes. Because it's not the sec. But they're usually some pretty good athletes coming out. Yeah we did late developers a lot. Or i think we know academically. Maybe if it doesn't work out we want them in our back pocket. I know that's the thing. I mean if you've ever Very want good baseball book to read. It's called odd man out about a guy who went to yale and got drafted and he thought when he went to spring training. If i don't make it. I'm going to med school. And these other guys gotta work at dairy queen and it was Nothing against them but anyway let's get back to your master class. It is available now. So how do people check Joe yeah check it out You know masterclass cuts some grade class on their streaming platforms masterclass dot com backlash shoulder. I was the first opened up their health and fitness vertical. in class. you got some workouts. You workout plan. But also some simple extras. I just kind of cut through all the exit noise Surrounding fitness so. It's pretty open if you really want to get into. Mindfulness to another clashes drop. I think today that do a mindfulness. Oh yeah i mean just get better just democratizing education taking on the case Especially if you're in a house a lot Think it's important. It's a holistic approach is. Yeah i mean it's gotta be at the end of the day. You know it doesn't make sense to silo it out like i work with pro athletes at work with beans and my friends have also been my clients and if you really look at how they train and how they're taking care of it's not just working out they take care of their body and multiple do passerbys recovery But more important than emotional state mental state they have a team around them I want i want people to you know thing wellness Exist outside of this simply the gym or physical activity because there's so much more to my to existence and There's really just a way to create the best wellness practices that worked for you so If it was just all about fitness then we would be much healthier country. But there's definitely more to it than that you can see from the data. That's nike master trainer and founder of the otas system. Joe holger and his masterclass check it joke. Thanks for the time and hopefully we'll catch up down the road. Thank you all right. I'm rectal come back on sports spot. 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Speaking of detroit michigan we have dave landau coming up in the next segment very funny comedian from detour. Lines are available right now though. One eight hundred eight seven play. You know i've gone on and on about what didn't we draft way then. Yeah i wish we have. I say wishes a raider fan. We but apparently has to follow through with a promise that he made. And apparently we're finding out now that tom brady guaranteed victory to his teammates but devon white said before the game if we get the w. i don't care say i m pulling the horse out and i'm going to hold the lombardi trophy and i'm gonna ride her out. Okay so wants. The box got the trophy. White made sure that he wouldn't forget and So it looks like he's gonna do it and And he has because you can see the pictures of him on a horse with the trophy riding around and this is not the first time white has saddled up because the guy who fifth overall pick butkus award winner the pick before it was cleveland farrell before him. But you say get out the horse horse daisy mae. And he would write. Daisy may around tiger stadium. That's lsu's tiger stadium and that horse passed away so he got a new horse. So that's one eight hundred seventy play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine Emails rick out sports byline dot com. I'm rick what would you trade to seattle to get russell wilson. If he is a favourite ticket traded to the raiders. Listen he. He's not going anywhere he's just not. But what would i give up for. Russell wilson will obviously derek carr has to go the other way that one is assured because of the money situation and also. Because you don't need their car anymore you get up mariota back him up but you know. He's held us russell wilson. He's thirty two. How many years are you going to. You're going to get out of him. I think you'll be just fine. You know if you think about how many touchdown passes he threw this year. Forty remember he was going to be the mvp halfway through the year and then the seahawks took a turn for the worse he was going to be. The mvp is quarterback rating. Every years. over a hundred. I mean should have to super bowl wins. We know that he's very happy with his second wife. What was the name of this. I i think it was like ashton of ashton kutcher. They ciara she's a singer. She's an entertainer and she's older than him. What a scandal. Oh my god when people say oh my gosh. She's taller than her husband so so k. You'll be all right But i mean listen what i give their car number one overall but what. I don't have it. Would i give up the first round. Pick and derek carr wilson. Yes i would. why not. You're gonna get a guy like that. Yeah and who. You're gonna drop them in the first round another cleland furlough anyway. So i wouldn't be too excited about it also. I got an email from a fan. where's it from. Gregory gregory said which one was brady's greatest ever super bowl triumph. Well i think thanks to email by the way rick. Sports bioline dot com. But i think it's i mean people i know we're talking about ho- the one against the seahawks but i mean that's malcolm butler stepping in on a bad call by darryl bevill but i mean you you could say it was the one where he lost where he threw for five hundred and five yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions. But i i gotta go see role fifty one in the third quarter and this is gonna hurt if you're in atlanta flannigan but in the third quarter of that game atlanta's leading twenty eight to three. That is insurmountable. You're down by twenty five points in the third quarter that would be a lot even for pattern mahomes and brady had already thrown a pick six in the game you know. And he had already won four super bowls. He was already gone to the hall fame but the fact that he pushed that game and got that one that to me. I mean come on and could say his first super bowl. You know you the twenty four year old kid with sits and he's filling in for drew bledsoe his first super bowl. What are you throw for. It was less than a hundred and fifty yards and one touchdown that was the over the st louis. Rams he wasn't even that great. I was over the saint. louis rams. Yeah he wasn't even that great he just didn't lose that super bowl you know he didn't do something stupid in the super bowl but yeah so i mean if i have to go for one that would be it one. Eight hundred eight seven play More rumors in the nfl. And you know we're at a point now the super bowls over so people. This is get this rumors. But krista paso the nfl writer was talking about yesterday and he was the one start some rivers. He started a new today. And then let's say these writers do start these rumors. It's not like you get a call from mike mayock and he's like. Hey rick i think we're gonna get russell wilson. Just throw that out there now. He wouldn't call anyway. Call adam schefter. But chris pass on now says that the carolina panthers are going to get this shawn watson for the eighth overall. Pick the second round pick this year so their first two picks this year their first round pick next year their fourth round. Pick twenty twenty two and the corner troy pride and then that the Texans would then try justin field. Teddy bridgewater just signed a big deal to go to carolina. So i would say to chris in this rumor he starting you wouldn't you need bridgewater go other way. So you're gonna have to shawn watson with the most expensive backup. Nfl history so what you're going to have For you jets. Fans out there and as much as you wanted trevor lawrence and the fact that you can't get him now makes you think let's just get someone to block for darnold or you know. Let's get devante. Smith the run routes forum or. Let's get Tonight peninsule to block form. Or let's get patrick 'certain to shut down the other team it. I don't think that. I don't think you're gonna pass on sack wilson. I really think as we get closer to the draft that the jets are going to cash in on on because he's just I don't even think if you put him in like the patriot system or the systems over the years. Where you know anyone can be successful. Anyone in quotes Addison don't see going down like that. But if it goes lawrence one wilson to and then. Now you're at miami. So there's no quarterback on the board right there you like more than to do. I hope you don't like mac. Jones trae lance better than two. So you have to ask the question. Do we protect them with pinot tool or do we get devante. Smith and i think it's the latter. Is they get him even. Davante smith has the skinniest legs of any football player. I've ever seen i go for him. I just got a text from somebody. Yes rick we know you played sports. You know what if you're gonna. I'll tell you what. I was actually a three sport athlete in college because i was on the tennis team when offer. The tennis team made the team. I one of their starting guys singles and doubles and then when football started in the spring. I would leave the tennis practice early. I would still do all the matches. But i would leave tennis practice early to go to football by football coaches. I really need to hear full-time and i go. Yeah you're right. And i told a tennis coach. I'm like i gotta go to football full time. And he goes. You're gonna miss it. You're making a mistake. So i'm actually at three sport athlete to take that and shove it up. You bet all right when we come back comedy with dave landau took so. We've got rick here again and time. Be the charm. I dunno bobby. Got a lot of love for the game. But he's not the player he's got passionate his is he passes the beer. Looks like he's making a play for the. I've never seen this in my thirty five years. He's going right for the heart shaped box. He picks up the topic and had to check out on believable. Grit comes through with a last-minute valentine's day victory this sunday. Don't forget to make happy on valentine's day with a heart shaped box of russell stover chocolates. Welcome back to sports view. Today's topic who deserves to win big this season my two sense good drivers snapshot from progressive. Let's go to rick for some confusing metaphors. Look if you put a classically trained cellist in a garage band and you tell them to play for laming young. I guarantee you the meat on nap. Burrito ain't gonna light the candle. Thanks for clarifying rick if you're a good driver. There's no other way to say. 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Eight hundred six nine three eight two nine eight hundred six nine three eight two nine. Oh eight hundred. Six nine three eight two nine. Oh that's eight hundred six nine three eighty to ninety windu broadcasters go too far where does hilarity stop and vulgarity began. I wish all saying dirty rats got more. Don't ask rick tittle bring it because it already done. Got brought all right or wait. Not dave landau. When we get on we will threw him on the air. I'll pick up. Tom brady throws over the trophy to cameron bait and interesting headline from a national football league If you forgot. And i did kind of forget the head coach of the jacksonville. Jaguars is urban. Meyer right He has made a controversial higher today. He has hired chris. Doyle who is crystal. Well i'll tell you what her meister knows how to make an entrance because at before he can even start tweaking the roster and of course drafting say joey lawrence. Whoa but Faira lawrence is that He has Higher christo chris. Doyle departed from the university of island. The summer marred with controversy. He was a twenty year veteran of the archives program he was the highest straight highest paid strength and conditioning coach. All of america too but he was put on administrative leave. After a long list of african american players treated said joel treated in very negatively and unfairly because of their ethnic heritage and this will be the first time. He's had a job since he got fired by the hawkeyes. And it's just weird when you look at the optics of it all to bring that guy at all right. Let's talk a little comedy you know. I love having the comedians in when they're in town at the punch line or at cobbs and we can get him on the horn. We do it and our friends at good nights in raleigh They have a very special valentines weekend. Show with stanford comedian. Dave landau in fact is a show there tonight Friday and saturday look sold out. The early show on. Sunday is still available. Valentine's day itself dave. Welcome to the program when you do a show at four thirty and it's light out. Is it harder to be funny when the sun is shining. Yeah 'cause you're just looking outside and it's daytime like comedy always feels like a gritty thing but apparently covid comes out at like nine. Oh one so. We have to be done by the time at the dark. So yeah what's it like we're What's it like being real clubs again and not in parking. Lots and stuff. I fortunately never did drive in or else. I think i would have. Just turn the car in the garage and stayed there with the door. shut But i just It's nice being back in front of actually a live audience. It's a little bit weird because everybody's spread out as far as possible and somewhat afraid of each other but it's definitely a nicer than it's been for the last year. We know you're a motown guy. And what the house detroit been handling the whole pandemic pretty good we're used to epidemics pandemics and Apocalypse six your sports program. I'm sure you're aware of how good we always do at every sport Go lions. they didn't make it to the super bowl this year. We were all surprised and Yeah we're we're pretty much used it there. We had a we. We handled it. Kind of I guess Equally as bad as everybody else. If not a little bit worse we have. If a governor who really really mandated some lockdowns. But she just opened up everything twenty five percent. So you know that's just enough to go out of business so there's even more hope in detroit than before when you think about the lions like you know during bobby lane and they were like the team of the fifties and yet for the super bowl now not to rub it in. But we've now had one hundred and ten teams plan the super bowl and the and along with the browns. You guys still haven't been in it so with this new regime. Gotta coach and campbell. Who wants to buy your kneecaps. Often out jared goff comes in any hope for this next year. Or you can take a little while to rebuild. I'd like the new coach. I that he seems that he's high on coke covered in sweat and just talking about elite said just brutalizing people that was of my favorite speeches. Severs i just want to bite your face off. You're like alright settled down. But i think we need that. I think we need a little bit of that. We've always had. We've always had good players. We've always had stafford. But he gets it. We had You know. Calvin johnson but you know he's only one man barry sanders holds. How many records for a team. That never won anything. Mel farr wore a cape and sold cars. So we've really We've had some chance at it. But i we never hang onto hope. That's a good thing of detroit. Fairweather fans well. You know. I remember a few years ago and draymond green. Who a course. He went to michigan state. And he's from saginaw but he was sent a walking around detroit and he was saying when i was younger. You couldn't even come down here. And we know mr hill. It's how much money you put in downtown detroit though with america park and everything revitalize the little bit though last twenty years oh for sure i mean twenty. Two years ago it was all strip clubs But you could see project housing right behind ford field when you went like abandoned project housing when you went to go watch a game and now that they've built everything up down there. It looks amazing. No one's allowed in it anymore but it looks amazing and but it has revitalised. Say i mean there's people who are moving downtown places that you could probably rent for you know three dollars an hour now going for three hundred thousand so it's just. It's nice to see a turnaround and yet we. We owe it a lot to which he dumped money into the community. And it's it's been better for it by the way i'll just throw it in. I grew up with mel fars nephews. Richmond can you really so. I'll just throw that in there for fun cup for dave land up i i saw one of your sets at gotham. I i love that club. And i just love. The whole new york scene is a comedy irt as am and going from the seller to strip the gotham. What what have you. and and that's why like crashing. You know he went downstairs. And i had a drink downstairs at at gotham as well. What's it like when you get passed by those clubs and you're on the list as a regular doing spots like that. I mean that's that's gotta be the height it's surreal. You know because it. Gotham is one of my favorite clubs ever. And when you show up there you know like jerry seinfeld was on stage. I remember watching him in the movie. Comedian Working out his new act on that stage before even started comedy. So just going there. And then i'm on the same lineup is is an insane thing like it. It's just surreal. And then yeah you go to places like the seller like i walk on a show and it's like i'm on a bill with like david talent colin quinn and all these people that i've admired for so many years and it's really one of the greatest feelings ever i mean there's nothing quite as vibrant as new york comedy scene one. It's happening like anybody who goes. There should definitely check out gotham. I think it's a waste not to any of those clubs disgrace to go hang out at no doubt and i actually approached mike chinoy at the olive tree because i saw he was the host of the The next set. And i was trying to get in and he did get me in but i know that with great temerity. I had to approach that table in the back. What's it like when you get to the table and you can use the secret staircase and all that I am. I was on the brink of that when they shut down. But i've known like bobby kennedy and all that group for years and because i'm on the anthony cumia show i I i know that entire group much better now but yeah. I was just getting into that club when this all happened because i've always been a gotham guy Chris who owns it past me back in oh seven and It's not too far from my studio. So i just walked down the street and go there. It's always a good show. It's always a atmosphere. And i just started branching out really Right before this had so. I'm really hoping this goes away. So i can go back and do more shows that's Is that masili right. Yeah the owner of gotham guys are like old school. They take care right yes. It's like that goodfellas treatment. You know the single campus really. Do you get treated so many. I mean you probably heard plenty of horror stories about the business but for you know every thirty bad owners. There's one good one and he's one of those guys is just yet very old school. Everything's on him. He takes care of you who knows if the towns happy to shows good. Yeah and he's italian. A new york italian so he's just generous by nature. I know it's funny being from the bay area new york. Italian almost sounds redundant like all. There is 'cause that's all you picture. Some harry guy and a wife beater. Yeah it's a. it's a cool city. I wish I love new york. Which i could remember the comedian so i could give them proper credit but he said when i was growing up we had a black and white tv so i thought when the hulk got mad he turned into an italian he. Kinda did rig. No yeah to grace speaking of a good one. nimble-fingered The album doing really well online. Yeah it hit number one for quite a while on i tunes in the amazon charts and that was a really exciting. Have that climbing. Then they played it all on raw dog on. Xm recently and yeah. It's really cool to see people just buying an album again. You know there's so many specials out there and i'm not exceptionally woke so I don't really have you know anything at the moment that i kinda wanted to do a throwback sort of thing and it was cool that people actually bought it. I didn't i didn't know if it would sell anything honestly because it's just an old people. Don't listen but i mean it's just not the same right last question for you. I know you're a big radio guy. You mentioned nancy. And bob and tom and owen a and those shows the already for a while. The radio biz I mean it's it's a. It's good to know that those shows are are still. They're still going strong man. It really is a cool thing to see that. There's still that level of you know Comics just coming in busting balls kind of acting like the way that they do at the seller the way that they do win. The mics are off. I mean i think oh and a and and obviously stern and already brought all that into the limelight and colin quinn on Tough crowd so just being. A part of that is absolutely amazing. And it's really cool to see that the you know the fans and then unfortunately some fans have stayed with us areas. Dave landau goto. Good night's comedy dot com for some tickets or just get down there to morgan street in raleigh and check him out. There is still tickets available tonight and the early show on sunday for your valentine's romantic evening with dave landau. Dave thanks for being on and when this all gets over hopefully Let's have you in studio in san francisco man. Oh man i'd love to. Thanks a lot all right good stuff. I'm rectal come on back. Sports attention timeshare owners. This is an urgent consumer or from timeshare exit hotline a national company specializing in helping consumers legally get out of their expensive timeshare contracts. And we're offering you a way to legally get rid of your timeshare. 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So if you see a graphic on your screen that says first and ten that means it's the team's first attempt to get ten yards. You must be crazy. Use a d. o. g. And if you was my man. I would have been kicked out of my house by now. This is what had happened. This is what had happened all right. Just really quick. I maimed chris. Doyle director of sports performance controversial higher racist higher remember they just want a in december they wanna grievance to the union against the number. Tom coughlin was he. Find dante fowler. Twenty five times for seven hundred thousand dollars because he missed mandatory offseason workouts in there like That wasn't mandatory and not paying any fines but offensive coordinator will be daryl. Bevelled speaking of blown super bowls Joe cullen will be his defensive coordinator. He's the ravens defensive line coach. Brian will be special. Teams coordinator. Brian schottenheimer will be the passing game. Coordinator bernie parmalee is going to coach. The running. back with the raiders. This funny as i look down the list. He's got tossed loophole as the defensive line coach. Toss the boy was the guy who was the genius at getting recruits. He worked at cal for a while. He worked at ohio state As well and coaching now in the nfl armored title. Thanks for tuning in. And we'll see you tomorrow at nine. Am for another dish of man. We don't have brain damage. You're listening to the heartland. Newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. Another graphic day in the us senate. Lisa brady fox news video from the deadly attack on the capital being used against the former president along with remarks from him and his supporters as a senate trial continues on a charge of incitement of insurrection. Fox's jared halpern is live on capitol hill house. Managers have detailed public comments from former president trump. 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Now we'll get the numbers. Would the shows up with those on my twitter bryan alvarez for today we can talk about your thoughts on the two shows. I thought that awa was a very very good show. Great dane of him. Lots of good wrestling on the next show. A couple of storylines have baffled me even more today. The more i think about it so we can get into those here today. And of course we'll talk about all of the rest of the news as well. Cody rhodes suffered an injury on the show. Which does not appear to be at this point in injury. But we'll tell you about that. Update on butch reed and really. There isn't much of an update other than his family did an article or they did an interview for fox four in kansas city and according to his family he passed away as a result of complications from kovic. You've suffered two heart attacks. The cove january twelfth and it took his life. So that is the update. On the death of butch reed. We also have the story. Gina carano gina crohn's as she was going to say some stuff on instagram. And after being warned about it previously this time outta here. She has been fired from her. Her role is cara dune. I've been watching the show where he wanted to do. Disney knee plus the mandalorian. So she's done her talent agency. Uta also dropped her. So i don't think we're gonna be seeing a lot of gina carano here in the near future. But that's what happened to her and of course we've got the update on the w women's eliminator tournament. Which as i hit suspected the japanese side of the bracket you do not appear to be able to see on dynamite. It will be airing on youtube. Starting this coming. Monday night so lots of get into new. Japan will kick it all off after the break stick around wrestling observer. Live airlines have just reduced their prices even more broke thirty days in advance and save big. 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George l. darby allin t title darby allin retain the title that it was really good match. They didn't do anything. There was like no moment where i thought somebody was going to die in this match so totally unlike what everybody was expecting all inside the ring outside of two dives thought it was a pretty good poor. Darby actually got killed in an angle later. Jon moxley promo forbidden door. Everybody no one wants to listen to me. But i've been trying to tell you this. They announced that moxley is going to defend against kenta. But not for one second. They tell you where you can watch it. They merely threw out a date. So that's that we can talk more about that later. Then we had the angle which we must go into more detail after awhile. Where sami an mg for having a meeting in a room with a cameraman because acknowledged the cameraman's allowed into the room. M j f. Apparently i guess we'll see where this goes. He's trying to record sammy saying that. He hates chris jericho and wants to take over the inner circle sammy discovers these being recorded. He throws the phone against the wall he punches. Mg and later quits the inner circle of course the storylines should be that jericho could just watch the show and find out what really happened and on twitter. Jericho has acknowledged that he has seen it. So i guess next week. Mgm is going to have to come up with something to explain what was really happening and basically claim that i didn't do anything i was actually trying to record the guy. He's just paranoid and insane. Cody rhodes and lee johnson. The peter avalon and cesar bony lee. Johnson got his first ever win in eight. W i thought lee johnson looked really good in this match. He has signed a contract. Unfortunately cesar benoni. I think this is what happened. I was told that when cesar gave cody the overhead sos slam. I think it's called cody. Laid it on the side of his shoulder suffered a minor rotator cuff tear. It is believed he will be fine for the match with shack but he did get injured. And i guess we'll follow up on. That young bucks did a promo setting up a tag title match for next week. I have no idea what's going on with the story. this is the most nonsensical storyline. Maybe the day w is ever done. Shake over now freddie. Explain this to her. So what happened. Was they announce the chris jericho and mj. F want to wrestle for the tag team titles but everyone else in the inner circle wants to wrestle for the tag titles as well so jericho says all right. We're gonna have a three way. And whoever wins they will be the inner circle representative for the tag titles. Okay so they do the three way and jericho. 'em jeff win so now the story is those are the two that are going to be good for the titles. Then they randomly announce that there is now going to be a tag team battle. Royal where the winners get the young bucks at the revolution pay per view. Okay well then. They announced that all of the inner circle teams are in the match. Well that's weird okay. So the story is that the winner of that match gets the tag title shot revolution but if the young bucks win they get to choose who they will defend the tag titles against so the young bucks get eliminated and jerry code. Mdf win again okay. So now it's jericho m jeff. I of the young bucks revolution so then on the show last night. The young bucks are yelling at the good brothers because the good brothers eliminated them from the battle royal. The story was if the young bucks one they were going to choose to defend the titles against gallows anderson okay well. They got eliminated on the show last night. They're telling the the the good brothers. Why did you guys eliminate us if we would have one. We would have chosen you to defend the tag titles against well. The good brothers say well. We didn't mean to. It was an accident. You should be mad at santana and ortiz. Because they are who eliminated you. So mac it's all angry says you're right well. Next week i want santana and ortiz in a tag title match so first off. Santana ortiz failed to times to qualify for a tag title match. The young bucks then. Just choose them for tag title match next week. Which not only makes this whole thing with the inner circle not make any sense but on top of that. Why didn't they just choose the good brothers. If that's what they've wanted the whole time. I have no idea what's going on. I'm baffled the luxury shorts next week. They are now challenging santana ortiz and then the paper view their challenging jericho an mg f for some reason. They can't just choose the others. I'm lost but anyway that's drunk. And he does the diabolical thing of pretending you're drinking. I hate that. So he gives them the contract when hangman is good and drunk hangman. Then switches out the papers signs a different set of papers which now mad hardy signs so maybe the storyline now is it matt has signed with the hangman and now he must hangman and thirty percent. I guess we'll see where this goes but it was settled by the way they also did to subtle deleware now because he helped train this guy we had popped beating ryan nemesis. We add a wedding. Recap apparently the few just continues. That's why i got out of that. We have jericho. Mg have beating the acclaimed when jericho hit the juice effect at which point semi quick. We had tony interviewing sting and somehow for darby gets kidnapped and gets dragged around in the parking lot in a body bag. That doesn't sound good. We have a segment with kenny omega. The golf course. He's cheating golf. Thunder rosa beat layla. Her should the tournament jungle. Boy does an interview and remember when marcos stunned was kidnapped apparently they just let him go. He's been found so jungle. Boy still wants to beat up attacks harwood and then. The main event was moxley and archer versus kint omega and a lights out match. They just had a wild crazy brawl all over the building. I much enjoyed it. I was baffled that at the end of the match omega pinned archer. I thought for sure that moxley would pin omega because we need a main event for the revolution pay per view. But we're still a month away. So i guess they're doing a slow build for that one and that was the dynamite show exceeds show should take five seconds. Msk beat llegado. Del fantasma xilai be cora. Jade anxiety is is doing this. Weird thing with cayden casey or they want to bring her back to the light. I mean has she not been in the light. it's weird. I don't know what's going on. We've got the guard gano clan. This was the awa tag team scenario. We have eight million goofy things. We got comedy. We've got wheelchairs. We got arms and slings. We got regal demanding. That awesome theory. Defend the title tonight. Four johnny against kushida which doesn't happen and then at the end of the day dollar fine and now he's a fighting champion ready to face kushida over my head ever and shotsie be candidates in india. So they're in the finals of the dusty classic we sit up suttles esco bar and Carrying cross for next week and cameron. Grimes this all need some time for long story short. Everybody in real life. Cameron grimes but am old for like hundreds of dollars. So legitimately cameron. Grimes made a ton of money that week. He does not have more money than elon. Musk he may have more money than anyone in annex t at the moment and so now. That's his character. It's the greatest. He's his characters now. He's the richest guy in annexed the million dollar man the million dollar caveman eight to see this play out and then chomping thatcher grizzle young beds. That's your aws next report. Well think mike has after the break. Apparently mike thinks is going to get fired today. 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Show brian alvarez here wrestling observer. Live mike zimmer v also of wrestling observer dot come as many people have noted here the absolute irony the kamerun. Grimes has stolen. Vinnie's gimmick from how shoulders torelli became big vinnie v. Kinda did it absolutely. Did he won a lot of money. And now he's he's in the new car and velour jumpsuit long. He looks like vinnie. No wonder i no wonder i loved it now. What are you so mad about bro. Why would you possibly get fired of all of all days. What happens what happened and nothing happened. You just tweeted. I could get fired or find today on the show for what i could well. Let's see what happens. Let's see what happens today made. I'm a little tired of had a lot to do. All day worked all night long week so he had a rough time outside of the show a lot of stupidity on this show dumb collars the agholor allers were not dumb. They had valid on conversations about wrestling. Not because we're having some conversations but because the things we're talking about or completely ridiculous. Monday night raw so we'll just see what happens now. I'm in a good mood right now for the moment. I'm in a good mood okay. Awa n-next were both good shows. They really really were. You sold us a bill of goods on your twitter pitch. I didn't do that. get fired. Sea seattle isolate their ceo. Quick back can happen. You wanna stop me off that way brian. How are we just. Try to stay positive right now. Positively going on new japan debuts on the roku channel tonight five o'clock okay annexed. He was a good show. A w was a good show smack downs coming. I got hope for that but the best they think about smackdown is it's not raw so we got that. So where do you want to get into because we can deep dive any segment and talk about it straight minutes. So what do you want. What do you want to talk about here. What anything on the show. You wanna talk. Show you just go to these questions. What you wanted to say i mean are we done with the analysis of both shows because you did your ten minute rant there at the beginning i could keep going if you want to you but i thought it would be about right layers to things we can get. What kind of conversation do you want to have. A conversation bryant. Let's let's start here. Cameron grinds new gimmick as the hillbilly million dollar man is both timely and tremendous. Yeah because it's based on reality. They didn't come up with this idea. It actually happened. And he and johnny gargano where the saving grace of inex- t last night. Dude i love johnny gano but much. This is so easy a comedy geek or is he a serious wrestler because we saw both last night and if he's a serious wrestler. Why do you spend so much time. Being a comedy geek. Well the whole thing is how could he be a serious. He's been scared of chidi. Couldn't even say his name and that's why the promo at the end last night. I thought was dumb. You might as well continue to have him. Be the guy who's scared of dexter loomis. And scared of hearing kushida his name. He looked like goof last night. And and that's fine. I guess but the problem with johnny gargano is he is felt like for too long. He is playing. He'll and not being a heel and that's wages so much comedy it so much schlocky nece from from day one from the gorgon household. You know from from that time forward. This is how it's been. And you know indi hartwell is a presence you know. Hopefully she gets better gets more confident out there. But i don't think that's been the the best use johnny gargano and i'm looking forward to the feud ending. And if this. I guess snaps him off that promo last night. If that's the end of seeing goofball. Johnny or i mean i guess it's helping out his acting range by making the now and i did pop for doing the spit take when he pointed a casino when he found out because she was behind them. I mean that was amusing. But it's like are we moving austin theory forward here. A guy that is going to be were should be one of the futures of that company. I don't know nice for him to be aligned with gargano he's gonna learn a lot. That way garganas been around a long time. He's really good at what he does. But are you know it's for character development as far as being presence on the show. I think they're whipping. And i'm hoping that this whole thing kind of goes away both kushida and gargano as well as loomis in theory. Because it's just a bad metro personnel says the most entertaining dynamite main event ever fighting backstage in the pantry. Moxley literally using potatoes as a weapon destroying peter the best part about moxie the potatoes. For those of you. I can't believe there's anybody but so when you hit someone on accident. Too hard is called a potato or sometimes it's not an accident but it's called the potato in wrestling okay. So they're brawling backstage and they've got potatoes so there's a move rick flair used. Always do it where you put the guy in the headlock and you're gonna punch him and of course like i just did right there ya ya walk yourself to make the noise because you're not really hitting the guy you're gonna whack and yourself are so so moxley does like the fakest punch spot in the history of man with a potato. I was crying. That was the highlight of the whole thing to me falls. Kennedy was maybe the most entertaining made event in the sixteen month history. Vw dynamite. This person said absolute chaos. And i loved every minute. I could not say was the best match is not even close to the best match but as far as like one of the most fun main events i would agree with that. I had so much fun watching it. Goal that it set across to do it. It's kinda the one big surprise for me was giannella darby opening and i thought they did a great job. Swerving us there. Because i think every single one of us was wondering okay who is going to go off of. What and how bad will it hurt. You know for real. And how bad look and they didn't and giannella is not liu says but you know he is slowly improving darby allin. His matt game is so underrated because of his gimmick and because of what he can do so spectacularly with the coffin drops and we think those spectacular things that he does that his work is really really good. He sells great. He's just he's really an all around a really talented guy. And i thought that was a really. I thought that was a cool way to start. Because if he were. I don't know who would be a w thinking about switching the channel or anything like that but it's almost like you're waiting for something to happen and we got the dive and all that sort of stuff but we never got that that spectacular crash moment and we didn't need that spectacular crash moma. I thought they did a really good job leading off the show. Have you watch this heroux match yet with show. Yes am i the only one that thought this match did not need to go thirty six minutes. Now i agree with that too. And i and i like show ally and i don't. I don't know what they were doing with with that idea. I don't that surprise me and it didn't. It did not need to go that long to be honest with because it seemed like they were teasing. You know there's such mirrors of each other and how they're portrayed that way that i thought we might see them draw. We didn't even come close to that. They went. I think it was under a half hour. But yeah i i. Don't i don't really know why other than maybe it was just a full-time or maybe because they're doing so much. They feel as though they have got to give you that long classic match. And i and i hate it or anything that and i know you didn't either. It's just you know if you shaved seven ten minutes off of it. It wouldn't have been the worst thing in the world whereas you think about the tallahassee match that he had with shingo about you know any other match out there and you go now that felt like it went right jay. Why she two. That's the one thing i should know coming out. All this new japan stuff too is. I cannot wait to see them. Have a singles match and i loved love to see them. Have a singles feud versus knowing. How crazy is darby. Allin getting dragged oliver jacksonville like him taking an uber. There's nothing insane with that. I don't think it's the first time he's been dragged around behind a car. Doing some wacky stunt. Now this this is something that they really need to worry about their. I don't know what tony kahn's got going on there backstage. But i think they need a doug dillinger like now. They've got to get one because people keep getting abducted on this show. Rebecca was abducted by swollen. Nakazawa was abducted by somebody. I can't remember. Who was totally was abducted by marco. Marco was abducted by tully. And then you know darby allin gets dragged behind a car because they knock him out in the they stole him and carried him out of the arena in a body bag they really ought to probably take a look at what happens with security there says ortiz and santana are winning the tag titles from the bucks next week more than likely by being screwed by the good brothers. Santana ortiz will face jericho at auction. Actually you absolutely could do this. You absolutely could do this. Although then i mean you're still doing the situation where santana not lost one nine one contenders match after another. And then there's going to win the tag team titles. Here's not only that the match that everybody wants to see is champion vs champion unless for some reason with this impact deal. They can't they're not allowed to do a champion versus champion match with the finnish. Otherwise that's the match people wanna see when we get back. We could probably talk more about it. But i think when it comes to the young bucks stuff on the surface. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense with how you explain everything. But maybe they weren't going to choose the good brothers. You know maybe santana tanno ortiz. That because of sammy walking out we more moving pieces here. At least i'm hoping so because otherwise does really kinda seem juxtaposed. This person ears says. Have you guys seen the repackaging image of rhea ripley complete. Opposite of what she's been doing characterized. I have not nor. Do i know if that was her decision. Their decision that's what she wanted to do. He's had a million different looks trainer career back in a moment. The bigger question is what is she life matthew. We need to restock those sleeping bag and keep sales climbing. She needs to get started hiring right right away i need indeed. 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Four to five seven zero seven five six six by the way very quickly the lineup. For this coming sunday's vengeance day. Shell got Tony storm and mercedes martinez. That is a three way for the women's title finals of the women's dusty cup to kota kind raquel gonzales resemble shotsie for the men's dusty cup in miss cave versus a grizzled young vets fin valor vs pete done and johnny gargano verses kushida by the way if you listen to the brian vinnie show last thursday. My theory about why to moscow. Ciampa is growing out his bald gray head and scott giant veered. He literally i mean he. I'm right he said it last night he actually said it is promo. Oh my god. His gimmick now is. Brian is right his gimmick as is that he is an old tough dude so therefore tomorrow ciampa is thirty five years old okay when he starts to grow his hair out he looks forty five or six years old along with the grey beard asking aluminum. Everybody was asking. Why are you shaking your head anymore. Wisey growing his herald. What is this guy doing. Well what he's doing is he's turning himself into a fifty year old. That's his character. He literally said it last night. His make his new. Gimmick is old man ciampa old man winter. He's the old guy that is still there in the territory. That is the toughest guy there got old man's strength just beats up all the youngsters. That's his gimmick. He's he's going to retire. And then become you know what road that is all banged up anyway and they need to feature new people. If he became the doj. Oh trainer for timothy thatcher and timothy. Patrick got a better stronger role on that show as a single and you kept in the background and used him sparingly or used him. Just kind of as you kno