20 Episode results for "Expresso"

How to Get Free From Porn Use (Part 2)

Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere

16:00 min | 1 year ago

How to Get Free From Porn Use (Part 2)

"Welcome to today's episode of conversations with Jonathan Lisa obviously John I am Lisa. I'm John. I am joined by just what the leaves are going to start turning pretty soon. That's what I'm excited. I'm not happy about any of the cold coming in we had a blizzard at the end of May now. Oh I feel rob. It was cold all June. We had a nice. July and August and that is just not enough but you know what we're going to turn from my complaining and we're going to read a review from militia. I hope that is I think we've switched roles. I used to be the one that complained about cold and snow now. I'm actually found underway to enjoy it but anyway. I do prefer warm okay militia. This is what she said. What's militia SAM. Thanks for helping me get into a healthy God. Ed Centered head space for the day. I love that so a podcast can actually get you in a healthy. God centered head space so many great spiritual spiritual and emotional life tips and nuggets plus. John and Lisa have such a fun and funny chemistry together which instantly puts me in a good Jew serious this one. This is one of my very favorite podcasts. Thank you so much for sharing militia. I hope that's your name if not I'm sorry if I mispronounced it. It's a pretty cool name. It's a cool what we've been talking about. This is the third part of Syria you have third comment last funny funny one in New Delhi our series tonight to stay on task at the producers and they're like stop giving John Expresso. He goes off the rails. Just start drinking at two months ago sixteen years without Expresso start drinking it and the joy out of it. I anyway anyway you know Lisa. We're we're we gotta laugh a little because what we're talking about is so serious and I was in bondage for years in pornography and we've come out with this new course called porn free and we've actually been talking to start third episode on the podcast about. Can I free from Pornography Nash. You're talking about you know John. I remember the very the first time you ever shared in a service about it. I sat there and wanted a hole in the earth to open up so I could fall into it. I felt like everybody was looking at me and saying hup leases fault. It's probably Lisa's fault but I have been so excited that you and I can sit across the table and talk about something that was so incredibly painful so incredibly dark so incredibly shaming in the early years of our marriage credibly dark yeah as though as though it never happened I mean this was. This was the first four or five years of our marriage. There was a struggle maybe four I don't know I'm not good with numbers but we've been married now for hours. At thirty-seven thousand seventy seven October second is coming up thirty seven years and it you know that's free is free indeed and only way we could sit here and talk about this is if we were free free in the sense of you have forgiven you had there. There's not even time there's a scar left with you. Sit there was a time I wanted to make you a unit but beyond that now we're beyond yes and and listen <hes>. Lisa is billion and believes in the sisters of the sword if ministry that I'm thinking and a and and if Lisa can look at me with clear is and not have scars it can happen with anyone and I think that's you know Paul said I'm a pattern of God's mercy Percy and I want. I want you to look at us as a couple. That's a pattern of what can happen in your marriage in your life because it really we were a mess so our goal with this series. Lisa is if you're struggling with porn pornography. Do you will not feel condemned. It is not our intention to condemn you to bring shame on. You is our intention to help you get the tools. You need to get free. If you have someone that you love that you care about that is struggling with it. Bring them in somehow. Maybe sit together or send them to Lincoln. Say you know what this couple is really sharing from their hearts. They're sharing from the word of God. They're giving the tools to get free. I know Oh you want freedom. Just reach out. The thing is many times we feel. Oh I can't touch that area when you got seven out of every ten men that attend church regularly regular looking at pornography regularly. We got an epidemic here so let's just get it out into the open. Let's be open and honest with about it and let's get free because there Chris Freedom Yeah and if they're just joining us I want. I want to reiterate what John said. Shame never sets. Anybody can't shame somebody so deeply. We so bad that they'll finally like. Oh Freedom. It will actually just drive them deeper into the and Lisa. I experienced that I'll be honest with you in our marriage I mean you. You're ear open and honest with this way responded. It drove me deeper absolu until I finally said. I don't care what my wife what. She thinks what's going on between her. I gotta get out of this because it's my relationship with God now so you that means that you don't need another person to get free and you don't have to blame other people apple for not being there you know in the last episode. Maybe you're joining us for the first time in this episode last episode. We talked about three steps and we're going to actually go further with some steps three precepts. We said I get on his call. It what it is. Pornography is something that destroys your soul destroys your marriage. It is not an entertainment and if you are watching it even just once a month you are flirting with disaster is destructive number to assess your triggers. What are you doing like like. What are you feeling when you say oh. I'm lonely. I need to look at this or oh. I'm sad I'm depressed. What are your triggers. Oh I just had a great day. I'm going to reward myself and the number three except gots love for you. He loves you right now. Where you are in bondage he loves you. He's not approving of what you are doing but he loves you enough to set you free okay so here's step four and that is get rid of everything that would draw you in to this pattern. Saturn of lust this pattern of self-satisfaction by looking at other women or other men and masturbating and and so let's let's just let's just get rid of it and here's here's here's the mental image that I want you to get in the last podcast. I said that are neurological pathways this. This is what medical journals and Science Journal states like carving a path through the forest. Your brain's going to go to the easiest place of conclusion so it's not to cut through the middle of the trees to go on the path well. Let's let's by getting rid of all these these these things that lead you down that path. I want you mel image of putting up a roadblock. I want you to get a mental image Egypt putting up some huge massive heavy barrels in front of that path and you're literally taking the way the ability for your mind. Go down that so what would that mean practically typically get rid of magazines. Get get a firewall a really good firewall. Make yourself accountable to somebody on. Let them be able to review what you went through on your phone and your tablet today. Just say I trust you. I want you to confront me and that way. What what's going to happen is before you go down that pathway? You're gonNA think think okay. My friends going to look at this at the end of the day or my wife's going to look at this and the end today. Do I want her to see that. I went to that website. It will deter you and remember when we stopped traveling the path the Science Journal say this that that plant start growing up things start coming up and making it more difficult. Go down that path every day. You don't go down. I also love it goes as far as to say. Don't just put them in the trash on your phone or put them in the trash on your laptop or your ipad permanently delete them. Yes because that way you have to actively go out and seek it. It's not something you just put it in the trash and we'll pull look at this one more time you permanent to lead it so leading the files so you cannot recover them. People are trying to break bad habits. You know what they always say. I can always start again tomorrow yeah but tomorrow never comes. That's the problem with that mentality. You know you'd think you just said this or I can go back to the trashing crashing. Get it right. How fix this tomorrow. This'll be the last time no it won't happen. You GotTa permanently cut it off. You gotTA permanently put up those barrels in front of that path and I can't go down the path anymore because it's blocked so get rid of everything. Don't keep some of the next step. You've already alluded to get control of your devices devices. Yes install a web filter and accountability software on your computer and your phone. One of the ones we've heard about is something called. Covenant is so we we know that there may be other ones out there because it is such a massive problem but don't trust yourself without tools. Go ahead and love yourself enough to get some tool cool now. I'm going to put another step in here. I'm going to add we'll have four. The next step is to properly train yourself to think correctly so it's not that I'm not I'm not I'm. I'm not just putting a barrier is not going to do you'll figure out a way of jumping that barrier now you have to replace that desire with the new desire and that is a hunger for the word of God what David said the word have. I hid my heart that I may not send against you now. Why is that you will feed for what you hunger for. So if you begin to start saying I'm going to remind again you will feed on what you hunger for so let's put it this way when I when I went from being a big Mac guy because all I was junk food to starting healthy. I really didn't desire it at first but I noticed after a couple of years of eating healthy. I had no more desire for the big. MACs so what I did is I didn't. I replaced the hunger for the big Mac with a field green salad and a piece of fish. He changed your appetite changed. My appetite and I was walking on a beach with a minister one day and he made the most amazing statement it was on Waikiki beach was wall-to-wall flesh and the minister you know what he said to me. Lisa he said boy it would be so easy to get in the flesh around here. If you weren't in the spirit and I thought wow what healthy healthy healthy outlook he has on this he wasn't saying hey guys make sure we don't lug it. All those around here goes. This is flesh hanging everywhere with all these. You know whatever you call them. Those things would just. I Dunno no no Thong Song. That was what I was looking for. He Act I am afraid of them has a woman. They're very frightening but anyway he he in his statement showed me. God doesn't ever want us to say I can't I can't I can't that's law I don't want to I don't want to I don't want to. That's not powerful enough to get your free. It's it's replacing it with a right desire. Okay so if I if I find myself getting unattractive to what I should be attracted to. Let's say I'M A guy I've been married for five years and I'm saying Oh my wife's you know I'm seeing her and and now look at this girl. She's got a different shape body and she's the what am I redoing. I am now trying to find something to satisfy me that I shouldn't. I should be saying to myself more. Oh my wife just keeps getting more beautiful beautiful more beautiful. You know it's amazing how powerful the mind is. It's amazing. What happens when we're thankful all of a sudden now. We have a totally different perspective than if we're complaining. I mean I complained about let let's go back to our winters. We were talking about earlier. I complained about the winner for eighteen years and last year. I actually enjoyed our winter. Why because I stopped complaining joining US start being grateful for getting to live in Colorado and I started looking at the things got US blessed us with here so let me just put a cap on this Lisa. It's so important that we we now are led by the spirit led by the word of God and we have a hunger for the word of God and we're not just trying to say I'm not going to I'm not going to going to so you you know we can put controls on our devices but I'm sorry you're gonNA find a way to get in through that if you don't replace your hunger was something godless. You have to hit on every single front so we're not agree yeah. We're not saying that just downloading. A covenant is is going to change everything. We're going to give us tools to hit on every single where we wanted another opportunity yeah. There's actually you can install APPs that are passcode protected action and have an accountability partner set the password. So you cannot bypass it would mean again you have your accountability ability person and there's going to be passed and you cannot override those. You won't even be able to get in. You're talking about not going down that path. You Know Lisa. One of our sons struggled for a couple couple months and he came to me and said will you be my accountability partner and I realized that that point. I've got one or two options. I can feel really feel a lot of shame and put the shame that I feel on hand because I here. I Am Minister of the Gospel. One of my sons is fighting this or I can be a person who's not going to bring shame on him and I do want to say what to look for in accountability partner because we've been bringing this up yet data accountability partner should have that pass code but that accountability partner. Here's what you look for you. Look for someone. That won't allow you to continue to do it but you look for someone who cares about. You doesn't put shame on you so that's a rear. That's a rare combination. Unfortunately sometimes that can be your spouse if you're a woman and you're wrestling with it because we keep talking about guys. If you're a woman in your wrestling that could be your husband or it could be a friend or it could be a spiritual mentor so if it is a spouse though babe. It's gotta be somebody who can not take it personally. Yeah not always that doesn't always work and so if they can't then find a friend who you know that friend is not going to let you get away with that and number two. He's not gonNA. Put Shame on you because shame will drive the person further. I'd love to talk about one more proactive thing you can actually create a blacklist of sites that are never allowed on your phone and how you do that. Is You. Block them so you actually are pro active on that and we're GONNA put a link to a guide. That will give you directions. Thanks for your device. So we WANNA give again. We're hitting on every front and the last step John Step Sixty Accountability Accountability. You're not you don't have have to be alone. Yes you can talk to God but you also understand that God has given us people to have relationship with if you're young man maybe go to an older man somebody that's already been through this who can help you a father figure seek out a mentor an accountability partner or a Christian counselor so God will give you wisdom. He already actually probably has people in your pathway. You just need to ask him who should go to so babe. Here's the deal we got this course. It's called porn free. It's ten lessons and we have got away now that our podcast listeners can get it for free for thirty days and so all they've got to do is go to messenger podcast dot com backs lasse us all access all one word all access and that's that's something we wanna make available. We don't want anyone hindered because there's so much more. I know this is probably the last podcast we're gonNA talk about this. There's so much more that we address the word of God and all the different levels that we're talking about so stay tuned for the next series. We want you to subscribe describe and share. I bet there's some people that you know that you could share this with and they would benefit from it. John mentioned that Thirty Day trial free is at ten lesson of course that would give you more than enough time but there's also other courses on though there's fight like a girl. There's girls with swords. There's renewing your mind. There's how to study the word of God so we want to actually equipped you. Thank you for tuning in and until next time this has been conversations with John and Lisa Bouvier. Join US our brand new series next. Thanks for listening to conversations John Lisa. Let us know your thoughts by leaving a review and be sure to subscribe and share these episodes through itunes. You can also connect with John. Lewis set through facebook instagram and twitter until next time.

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How to Uncover Your Competitors Facebook Strategy  | Ep. #1006

Marketing School

04:39 min | 1 year ago

How to Uncover Your Competitors Facebook Strategy | Ep. #1006

"Get ready for your daily dose of marketing strategies and tactics. From entrepreneurs with the guy and experience to help you find success in any marketing, capacity. You're listening to marketing school with your instructors, Neil, Patel, and Eric SU. Welcome to another episode of marketing school, I'm Eric SU and I'm Neil Patel. And today we are going to talk about how to uncover your competitors Facebook strategy. So a lot of your competitors. Are leveraging Facebook ads, you know, we're not really gonna focus too much on organic traffic. And the reason we're not talk much about Ganic traffic is you can look at your competitors page. I don't care who they are. Whether Tony Robbins are Gary or anyone there Ganic, which probably isn't that great most the players that are doing really well off of Facebook's are running ads, and that's fine. That's the way it is. So the way you want to uncover their strategy as you I go over to their Facebook page and Facebook has a link there's a button on their fan page. I think it's called info. And and you can go to anyone. So like, for example, Sam ovens, let's say you're selling stuff over webinars. Sam ovens sells a ton of. Runs a ton of ads. You can just go to his Facebook pen page. You can end up clicking on info and ads. You can see every single ad. He's running and engagement, and that's a great way to get track. Or great way to see what people are doing. Then you can click through from that Goater their landing pages. See how they're converting people because it's not just about the ads. It's also about the landing pages and how they're converting and those as have been running for a long time. Then you're good to go, and you can just keep pushing and pushing and potentially even not really copy. But replicate have your own spin on it over your competitors. Here's the other thing. Facebook actually came out with their own library previously, add Expresso had their own kind of Facebook ads library now if you go Facebook ads library, you should be able to find a Facebook. You are L and you can search for your different niches, and you can search for different added inspiration. And you're layered on what meals talking about the Facebook, info and adds module that you can look. To see what people are running. And if they're running the same thing over and over we said, it's in the past. But either it's really working or be they just love blowing money. So it depends on the brand. Sometimes. Yeah, you could also use tools. I beg spy. So you can type in categories like marketing, and you can see everything that's running in the marketing category that works. Really? Well. And as Eric mentioned, there's also the ads libraries well. Yeah. If you wanna go beyond that Facebook strategy. Sometimes I like to think, you know, how did they think about things if they're doing Facebook? How are they also doing Google as well? Howdy running display because that's going to give me a little more insight. You can use a tool like at beat. It's AD AT dot com. There's a whole host of other tools out there. But advocate will show you what the running running from a video perspective from a display perspective. I'm talking about Google display. It's gonna show you how they're training overtime. But if you can get into their minds in terms of what's working overall, not just Facebook that's going to help give you another lake up as well. Anything else? Neil. That's it rerunning event and downtown LA, it's free to attend single grain dot com slash DT, LA if all ready. Been there new information go back there again because there's no Brent bright page that you need to fill out sorry for the hassle. Once you fill out everything you'll then get notified so you can attend. It's limited to two hundred seats. So make sure that you fill out everything, and we are going to verify that you're gonna come. You gotta show either that you're somewhat local or you have a hotel or something because we wanna make sure that two hundred people do get a ten versus two hundred people filling it out next thing, you know, one hundred showing up, and, you know, nine hundred people on the waiting list, we wanna make sure whoever is really gonna come can show up income. All right before we go. I have a 'nother review to read this from Nick bachelor. But he says loved these guys, thanks for providing me with easy to digest an actual insights and content. I leverage the tools and knowledge from this podcast every day with my clients at pure formats, digital marketing, thank you looking forward to the live event. Thank you, Nick. And we will see you tomorrow. This session of marketing school has come to a close be sure to subscribe for more daily, marketing strategies and tactics to help you find the success you've always dreamed of and don't forget to rate and review. So we can continue to bring you the best daily content possible. We'll see you in class tomorrow right here on marketing school.

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A Fragrant Brew

Innovation Now

01:29 min | 2 years ago

A Fragrant Brew

"The astronauts on the international space station, see sixteen sunrises each day. But they haven't been able to wake up and smell the coffee until now is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future, astronauts in orbit often missed the comforts of home from favorite foods to a steaming Cup of coffee until recently coffee on the international space station, meant an unappealing freeze dried concoction served in a pouch. But an Italian company changed that by sending the first Expresso machine to space is spread. So is not much larger than a typical Earth-based Expresso machine and produces coffee broth or t water at room temperature is heated and pressurized to brew express out or other hot beverages improving food options and variety for orbiting crew members the technology developed, including extra safe. St. measures and sensors designed specifically for the orbiting laboratories microgravity environment. Could lead to new or improved ruling machines for use on earth and for astronauts on orbit the machine make space a little more like home for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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Smell the Coffee

Innovation Now

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Smell the Coffee

"The astronauts on the international space station, see sixteen sunrises each day. But they haven't been able to wake up and smell the coffee until now is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future, astronauts in orbit often missed the comforts of home from favorite foods to a steaming Cup of coffee until recently coffee on the international space station, meant an unappealing freeze dried concoction served in a pouch. But an Italian company changed that by sending the first Expresso machine to space is spread. So is not much larger than a typical Earth-based Expresso machine and produces coffee broth or t water at room temperature is heated and pressurized to brew express out or other hot beverages improving food options and variety for orbiting crew members the technology developed, including extra safe. St. measures and sensors designed specifically for the orbiting laboratories microgravity environment. Could lead to new or improved ruling machines for use on earth and for astronauts on orbit the machine make space a little more like home for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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Mark Bell's Power Project EP. 208 - Excuses From Mark Bells iPhone

Mark Bell's Power Project

26:43 min | 1 year ago

Mark Bell's Power Project EP. 208 - Excuses From Mark Bells iPhone

"On the ten minute wall. Yes. Caesar really sunglasses that bought. The that. Is my macho man. Being. To the macho man, Randy savage, probably hard to listen to a guy. That's worrying subsume such a noxious sunglasses, but I like to have fun like to have fun in this life news world don't want to help you guys with. And I, you know, some of these things when I say help you guys I'm talking more to myself probably than anything else. This case literally has no one else around. But as excuses can be blocked by the dialogue that you have excuses can be changed by the dialogue of you. Have the internal dialog. You have. I think it's very important. I know a lot of you guys and girls out there listened to a lot of podcasts and listen to a lot of information. But it's important that you become a producer and not just a consumer. It's important that you produce take the information and actually do something with it actually do something useful with it. A lot of times. What blocks us which slows us down the excuses because excuses are comfortable God, I feel at home in front of building. This is where I've done many power projects in the past right here. This is where a lot of them started right in front of bistro. Thirty three in Davis, California. But the excuses are nice little warm blanket. It's a little warm blanket that makes us comfortable with the worthless. Worthless things that we made up, and that's what excuses really are. They're made up now occasionally there are there are things that excuse you from other things. Oh, I have to do this because I have to do something with my kids. Well. That that does excuse you from. But a lot of times that's not the way that we use excuses were not trying to be excused from something. We're trying to fake it. We're trying to dodge it, we're trying to dodge it, and we know this can be difficult. We know it's going to be hard and therefore boom insert the excuse. People that are executing on a high level. They don't care about your excuses and other people don't care about your excuses anyway, but if you wanna be able to have the ability to execute on a high level and anything that you do to throw the excuses in the garbage. But what I've learned over the years is that a habit has to really be replaced by another habit. So the bad dialogue that you have the negative dialogue. And she have the negative self talk that you have has to be replaced because it can't be replaced with nothing because the mind is always going and mine is always wandering the mind is always doing the mind always pushing. It's time that you change the internal dialogue to be more positive. To think about the things that you know, you already know these things are already internal they're already inside of you. You already pretty much know what to do. To lose weight to gain strength to make more money to be better. Whatever it is that you do. I say this all the time champions. Are not born they are made and on top of that everyone possesses the ability to get better each and every day, I've never met one person that doesn't possess the ability to get better. But I've met many of squandered their skills, and let them rot away and do a whole lot of nothing with themselves. It's time that you change the internal dialog. Je have negatively is always going to be there. You're always going to have negative self talk. You always going to have self doubt is part of being a human being. It's part of the rationalization of what happens every day, the mind wandering is part of it. But what are we admire most people we admire most and people the people that can spin as many plates as possible. Up on one tiny little point and not have any of them fall down. And in some cases, not have any of them. Even slowdown. But if you think about those plates and you're spending a bunch of plates, if you're distracted if you have excuses, those plates will crash those plates will burn. You're gonna have to figure out a way. I do this a lot myself. I'll say I I don't have time for that. That is a load of crap. What about you know? So like I end up dealing with in my phone. I have a lot of high level people in my phone, but even the highest of the high sometimes when I message them sometimes they'll say whole man, I'm really swamped this week. Man. You know, what I don't know if I'll have time for that. I. You know, I just got so much going on. He who stops is overwhelmed distanced and crushed. He was silenced forgotten. Think about that about being overwhelmed. That's not something I admire anybody. Oh my God. I got so much going. They have so much going on that they can text you back at that moment like. You're not overwhelmed. You don't have too much on your plate. You don't have too much to do because the more that you do the more that you can handle do more be more. And the excuse is that you pile up like saying that you're too busy for something. Or saying you're overwhelmed is just a lie to yourself to make you feel more comfortable about what you're not doing. You do what you could do you do know what you should do. But a lot of times, we still don't do it. And I'm in the same boat. I'm in big AAL's big gay boat ride. Just like on south park and everybody else. Remember that episodes longtime ago? No one's immune to it. But saying set a saying you don't have time make the time create the time and recognize that things take time. And maybe you can't do that right now. But you'll be able to do it right later. You'll be able to do it right later. If you take your time, take your time. Learn how to do things right. You won't get thrown in jail. You won't go to hell for it. Learn how to execute. Learn how to do the reps the right way. Learn how to do the exercise right way. And then do reps. Once you get the reps. And once you know, how to do it the right way, then apply some force then put a little step into and put a little mustard on it put something into it. Put a little infants you. That's when you can get angry. And that's when you can put some force into and give it everything that you got. But not until you know, how to do it the right way. Not until you're learned up until you sharpen your skills. So we are no longer going to say I can't afford that. That is a poor mindset as a poor man's thinking. If somebody who's really really wealthy is thinking about let's say purchasing, a ten million dollar home. They don't think themselves. They can't afford it. They think themselves. I haven't earned that yet. Different mindset that means you know, what I'm going to have to keep working towards that. But at some point I'll be able to get that. But I hear people all the time saying they can't afford stuff. What a loser mindset that really. Is you can't afford it? You know, what you can't afford can't afford to be fucking off on the weekends. You can't afford to be wasting time. You can't afford to be eating junk day in and day out and go into a job that you're sick and tired of. You can't afford to continue to repeat the same monotonous day over and over an open camp for to do that. People ask me, I got very tunnel vision about lifting years ago when I was squad thousand eighty bench and eight fifty four and dead lift and seven hundred sixty six pounds baby pounds. When I was picking up those weights. I had somebody asked me like. Is not healthy. What's on healthy is not to embrace your fears and follow through with your dreams? Embrace your fears and follow through if your dreams embrace your fears and follow through dreams follow through. If you follow through on stuff. You'll be rare. If you follow through on stuff, you'll be standing alone because most people don't follow through how up part of following through and part of following up is no longer using excuses. I would like for everybody that's listened to this message today like for all of you. To start to work on anytime. You say something negative. I want you to try to replace it with something more positive any of the skews that you have you're still going to make them, but champions don't make excuses. They make adjustments champions don't make excuses. They make judgments so figure out a way to make an adjustment. That's going to allow you to improve rather than staying standing still and having a bucket load of excuses. Pouring down on you all the time. You can't be positive all the time. It's impossible. One of my goals in life is to have is to have a day where I'm positive for the entire day. I'm forty two. And a has it happened quite yet? I'll let you know when it happens. Negativities always going to believe through and negatively and evil are more convenient. They're easier. It's harder to live. It's hard to live than it is to go blow your brains out. It's hard to stay here. Live people think you know, that people talk about life expectancy and talk about people are living longer. I one hundred percent disagree. People are dying longer. Many people have died around the age of forty and it just happened to drag it out forty frigging years. And I I wish that they didn't some people would be better off that they just killed over right now on the spot since they're wasting their time their hopes their dreams, their desires are already buried inside of them. Never shared them with anybody. Anyway. So why not peace out? Do us all favor the way, I look at it. You really have to lean into the resistance of life. Thing about the resistance that we face the gym. And you think about when that resistance hits you the worst. What do you usually do especially like, especially if you're in a group if your group training with some people, what do you usually do? Rep number eight comes and they said, it was a set of fifteen and you know, you gotta drops that after that. The weights are literally making your muscles screen, and what you end up doing you end up screaming back fucking right is right. You end up screaming back you end up getting Vogel getting angry you end up letting out. Well, whatever the noises that you make you end up letting out some funny faces and some funny cide funny noises. And making funny faces. Maybe a fighter too. Fending on how strenuous it might be. That's what you wanna do life. You wanna yell back thing about every everywhere else in life? You get that type of stimulus. Do you feel that? About the burn that you get your legs. And you've just done a bunch of squats, and you're just doesn't bunch of reps and squats on retina twelve and you got twenty reps. Twenty rep set. And you've you're hating it but loving at the same time because you know, that the pain that you're getting right there for growth that pain that you're getting right then and there as for expansion, expanding your mind, your body, and your soul, you can't get that anywhere else. We get the opportunity to lift weights. We get the opportunity to put more resistance on our back. We get the opportunity to show back. You can't get that in a boardroom meeting. You can't you can't get that. From mowing lawn. You can't get that from inventing a product. You can't get that from writing a book. You can't get that from us. If you can't get that from any world's Billy. We're all the only place where you can get that from is from hard ass work. That takes you to places inside yourself that you didn't even know existed. You get taken places. It's the lifting the weights. It's the building of the mind. It's building of the body. It's the building of the soul to just call it bodybuilding and leaving that. Is a mistake. Soul building. I mean, you're building an empire almost from lifting weights because it gives you everything and then some and if you give yourself then some in this life, you'll get that. And then some back again. You'll get everything you ever wanted. There's only a couple of rules all this. And they're not that complicated. Don't be a dick his probably rule number one. I listened to the Dutch brothers. Listen to the Dutch brothers CEO talk at leadership conference. And he said there's no decks that work Dutch Bros. Let's it. Great concept. I mean, let me get a fucking Cup of coffee that place. I don't wanna dick face taking my order. I want someone who's got a smile on someone who is least pretending to care about me for ten seconds. Everything you need is already inside of you you need to figure out ways to draw that shit out. One way to draw out is to go to the gym. One way to draw out as do a twenty rep set of squats. That's one way to draw out as one way to get it. Another way to get to do some sprints. Run some stairs or th your body. Feel your heartbeat. Lose your breath. Be breathless be without oxygen for a while. When we're training. It's almost instinctive in our body that we know that we're growing, and I think that's why we liked to fight back. If you haven't been bitten by the iron bug. If you've never been bitten by the iron before. Then you probably have not taken yourself to the limit yet. That's okay. Because you everyone should start out this game slow. There's no reason to come out amount. Sprinting right away. It could be a mistake. People ask, you know. How do you stay consistent? I've been lifting for thirty years. I never stopped the longest layoff. I ever had was about a week and that was probably a month ago. It was probably more like six days, really five six days. And then even then tons and tons of exercise tons of walking. But there just wasn't any lifting on day two of one hundred push ups. If anybody wants to join me. Day to one hundred push ups. I'm going to do one hundred push ups for just as long as I can hang on for. I don't know how long I'll string together for. But today was day two of that. We had a girl recently on the podcast. He says one hundred pushups every morning full. And it took me weeks to get to it. I've been talking about doing Brazilian jujitsu for a little while and stop talking about it because I'm like, it doesn't do me talk about things that I'm not doing because we have a word. For people like that. Who talks about something? They're never gonna do cowards. Right. That's what I've shared with you guys in the past shared with guys many times cowards talk about what they'll never do. I'm fired up this morning. I'm trying to teach you guys in new ways to mix the excuses out of your life to not allow them to interfere with your day to day to not allow them to block you from the things that you wanna do. Figure out ways of keeping yourself. Busy. Don't just consume. Don't just be consumer don't only consume information do stuff with the information. Because the answer isn't in what you know. And what you don't know the answer is in what you know. And what you do. It's in what you now. And what you do. No longer you loud to say you can't afford something. If you're going to say, I can't afford it. Then you're gonna add to that sentence. And you said can't afford that right now. Have not earned the opportunity to be able to purchase such an item yet. Do you have time for that? Do you have do you have time for this time for that? Obviously, you're not gonna have time everything, but you should make time for the things that are important to you. Why why would these things keep coming up if they're not important to you? You're drawn to it your heart is speaking to you. Think what your heart follow your heart in business in life and everything that you do. Follow your heart heart will lead you right? The right spot every single time. It's important that we lift weights important that we push ourselves. It's important that we push other people's they push us. It's important. You encourage other people you pick other people up. I'm hoping when they bury my ass in the ground or light me on fire wherever they decided to do with my remains. I hope that that what they say about me is that I lifted other people and not so much about me lifting weights. I want that to be my legacy. These I enjoy helping other people, but selfishly. Selfishly? I'm a hundred percent aware. That it comes right back on me. And it comes right back to me. If I'm going to teach you how to lift I'm gonna teach you how to live and yes, I'm walking in circles. I'm gonna teach you how to lift I'm gonna teach you how to live got so seminars coming up at super training super fired up for those. I've been in talks with Ed my and talks with Andy for Sela. I'm in talks with. Tom Bill, you I'm in talks with all kinds of different people because I wanna rub elbows with these guys. I wanna I wanna know what they know. And I wanna share what I know at them. Take these guys through brutal workouts and have these guys ball my line with some of their now. And some of the things that they know. Just out here. Getting in some steps getting into walks showing off these fancy sunglasses. Replace those excuses. Thing about your excuses of being a bad habit. And replace it with a good habit. Whenever something negative about the shift in there. To tell you not go for that Walker to tell you not lift at that time don't allow to happen and figure out lease to safeguard yourself against excuses. People talk about childproofing their home, and they have a kid. Well, you need to fat proof your life. Away from being away from having the same eating habits that you used to. So if you're gonna leave your house without food without a prep meal big mistake, especially if you're a fatty because you're not you're already proven yourself that you don't know how to make the correct decisions. You proven yourself over and over again you on how to do that. You don't have to navigate that part of your life, yet, not a wise move. Not a wise move beats steps ahead. Every great leader is what? Many steps ahead. The greater leader of the further head. They are many steps ahead. Don't just react. Don't be a bitch. Don't just react to being hungry. Oh and good. I'm so hungry. In there. You are living that same lie being the coward that you were the day before the day before the day before that even the same shit. You're cowardly your week. Cowardly and your week because cowards talk about what they will never do. And you'll never lose that twenty pounds, and you will never be able to keep it up. I say that from a negative standpoint. But I mean it. It's because you have to change. Period. You want to change things for yourself. You have to change your life. You have to implement small changes those small changes over time will be the results you're looking for Graham for roster step by step for Roche ously constantly and consistently one foot in front of the other. And eventually when you continue to put one foot in front of the other. Other people say, oh my God. That was great. And here you are the whole time like this had down one foot in front of the other. You didn't even know he didn't even know that you did anything extrordinary. But you did. All you have to do to be stored Inari. As an adult. Is follow through. I've that follow through. All you need to do all through on the things you say to yourself and the things that you say to other people pretty simple concept. Pretty simple thing to be able to grass and get a hold of. I'm gonna go inside this coffee. Shop get some Expresso get fired up. And get to work. Strength is never weakness. Weakness is never strength, multiplier hustle. Multiply your muscle. And may all your shits be tapered later.

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Man Cave Happy Hour  Tatuaje Cigars And HIRSCH Whiskey At Ambassador Cigar  Episode 85

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Man Cave Happy Hour Tatuaje Cigars And HIRSCH Whiskey At Ambassador Cigar Episode 85

"We're live you're listening to the podcast detroit network visit. Www dot podcast. Detroit dot com for more information said. Hey welcome to the man cave. Hey well to medicaid drink whisky. Smoke could really finds job all right. It is time for happy hour. It is the man cave happy hour. Whiskey cigars spirits the stories that go along with it. Jamie flanagan at fox and we are at ambassador cigar we are doing it again at invested. We'd lose one of our favorite spots to to hang out and enjoy life. it's it's his. No there's no better place to be than with your friends. Yes out and about. And i got my friend here matt facts. Yeah you know this is one of our places that we will come to because one sean is one of the most generous guys you'll ever meet you know he's really good at what he does. He knows his stuff royale and we come here and kind grab his knowledge to understand what it is about cigars and then he'll throw in what you might want to try this as well as far as a whiskey or bourbon. So he's always has something good to say about it so we love to come here because you guys. You're so knowledgeable and you keep us happy. Various us out in great events. Today you got Special event happening the special cigars and special deals. Oh you got the cia cigars serevent coming on today from one o'clock until about seven o'clock and basically running deals on all chats y products actually have the The karloff cigar which is part of the monster series. And there's ten lucky people are going to be able to purchase that cr are though. That's a limited run right correct okay. So the carlisle the tattoo want is. You usually have have stack the other ones originally. Have not the karloff karloff. Basically done so. Yeah so you. You've pulled up for matt and i and mike and mike thank you for yourself and take time because we want to find out about what we had our hands. 'cause we got the two thousand twelve. The sumatra is the sinatra. And you said this is one of your favorites. It is by far my favorite tach. Why in the market. Nice i will. I have at least two or three boxes at home while. Okay okay. yeah i mean. I have a one. Those dated two thousand twelve to two thousand fifteen goodness and then. I got one from this past year. These are the twenty twelve's here with us right now. Correct these a night went out on me. Them these are these are really thinking. Why areas so what we can you tell us about what we got in her hands here. A little bit more about four might go ahead a medium body this imatra. You could consider it. See maybe a little. I call it a little more spicier. Okay then abroad lead. And i i like the bra leap a little more and my my my palate. You know we medium body smoke impairs well with you could do a port. You can do a raum. You can do a couple of other What do you call it Bourbon some of the problem is with the match up. And i think it's a lot of that is gonna misconstrued that can take any drink and matched up with a cigar. Will you really get pair it because what happens when you have a cocktail of your choice. Sometimes will dissipate the tastes of the cigar. And you're not getting the true value so all you're basically is blowing smoke in. I get so you really got a pair up when the people in the liquor industry. Look at this you know. And who's who knows like here. Tell you to pair up with the different drink. You gotta make sure. It doesn't overwhelm the cigar right. That is a very important factor so anytime apparel anything. You want to smoke. Make sure it doesn't overwhelm the cigar. Get the taste value. Really looking for so. That's my opinion. A lot of people have to realize my favorite cigars are the ones in the morning and a ones at night. The first the first one reason. I say that is because we do business. We're in a cigar business. We sell cigars so all day. You're running and is smoking a cigar with a customer. You really can't concentrate on the smoke. You know so that i one in the morning with a good expresso in a shoes. Li a small stick so for the morning and then at one at night when you're relaxed in front of our hotel on a bench or at home on a on a deck right. You know it's like that's the pleasure that's the moments i always say the cigar and only to be a great cigar but has be a cigar that you can enjoy and i always ask this question. Yes the people. And here's a question. I'm asking you gentlemen and the think about i always say what's the difference between a good cigar and a great cigar a good cigar. You smoke a cigar. All the way through. I always say a great cigar shows a great maker. Like that's why it's complex. It's like a great book. You got a beginning a middle and to do that time after time after time in these factories and this cigars made in my father. Cigar company and garcia is a great maker. And you can't get that all the time so there's nothing wrong with a good cigar but there's always room for a great cigar and these are great cigars. The other factor too is. I always say this. And i'll give a quick story on this. One is a bad cigar. Great cigar anybody know yes it to you with I'm fortunately my dad's longer here. And he was wanted induce us to cigars and at the end of his life. You know he was in hospice and we went there. My older brother my son and myself. We went there to see many. He had them. Roll them outside open venue and love cigars. And you know that's how we all started i was. I'm not gonna say old the smoke when you could smoke. You could smoke so we got to smoke cigars and send the person out to get some cigars and she brought backs. Some machine made cigars and he lit it up. We're watching him. We're all smoking laughing. Because we knew this was not a but he smoked at like there was the best cigars had on. 'cause they weren't ally him the smoke but we were outside and anyway not much longer. He passed away. I'll never forget that cigar. That's the gar will always be with the even the best cigars out there but being with him at the n. mental lot. And that's what this all about. It's about the brotherhood or sisterhood. Everybody getting together. When i see the same faces in these stores i'm at the other third race and career wise so that means a lot to see that in the see the new generation going out and buying cigars and smoking that they're carrying the torch as i say this the history will not end. Am i sadden with the laws and the guidelines this old. Kobe thing is brought to us. And you know yeah. It's tough you now and made it tougher for everybody. But everybody's got through it. God will it and You know we get to enjoy a smoke here and there and with your friends and it means a lot in now. That's your downtime. So when i see you know. Smokers smoke a cigar. Quick i tell him slow down you know by you. Burn in the tobacco. You're not getting the full flavor. you gotta simmered enjoyed. It's the moment we were just talking about that in our last episode as a previous smoker of cigarettes. I'd always find myself steamrolling. And then when i got into cigars i found myself doing the same thing in the on the last show that we have. He's like you need to slow down because it's getting bitter if you smoke it to fascinating at to. You're not going to joy. So i took that to heart and now i'm taking my time with this bill. I just so. I can really understand the complexity. Well as time goes on. Which i tell the then new smokers you will be able to differentiate the different tobaccos here palate will get more refine and you'll find balance what you like and don't like what seems to be. I don't tell people like i'm the expert at all a what's what does a great cigar. I just know what i like. It doesn't mean that's what you might like. Are you my like. Are you my like but as long as you enjoy it. That's all that matters and when people say what do you think i go. Oh what did i think really need a manner. I'm a. I'm a salesman. That's that's what i do. I'm not a maker. i don't pretend. I'm not maker on on. Pretend i'm not a great makers like the john's and you know all the ones that are out there that i do represent that you know that i have the perfect palate but i i like everybody has a different palette and i respect a repel and everybody's a different maker and i respect what they may because that's heart and soul. You never wanna disrespect anybody. What they're doing out there so when i'm out there people give me some cigars a competitor's i'll say that's for my pal that's good very good cigar of it is and i'll just say it's different because they they will hit a pallid the someone out there so i can't be judgmental of who's making the greatest. I don't roll cigars. I couldn't roll the cigar. Save your life. You not so ended today. All i do is sal and what i believe in. I don't sell anything. I don't believe in. So that's how my career has been so but you know in time yield your palate will define what you like. This is this is. This is very nice. There's a flavor. But i'm getting more than just the smoke to this on this as across my tongue. It's it's nice. It's is again trying to pinpoint what it is but there. I'm digging this out into some entre. Correct yeah so what do you say you that your favor why. It's my favorite. Because it's the most consistent burn flavor and aroma out of any sierra. I've ever smoked. I've never had one a bad cigar of that. Of the hundreds i've smoked. Yeah and it was actually the first time i ever smoked and it just for usually drink bourbons or red wines and it pairs perfect with those. It's really nice mcginnis working well with my some electric pony when it comes to the in the beer family. It's a ninety percent of the time it's going to be a guinness it's working well with with my guiness to say that on a limb and say that this guy has been your first regard the day and the last of the more often than not. Yeah i would say so. Yes yeah you know. The thing is like i said to people when they're matching it up with them Different cocktail what. they're matching. What i know is always say. What if it's your last cigar. Try to get the more you know more strength at a cigar especially if you're matching it up with a drink and you had a big meal you want to go up so if you're mile smoker go to medium your medium smoker. Try to go to little fuller said that it can. It will hit your your palate because pal is covered. When you start eating and drinking you wanna match it up with something that you're going to get the flavor you know out of it so well talking about airing it up it it. Sean was like hey. I got an ice shelf is not a new bourbon. But it's bourbon here correct and fuss. You guys were missing drinks. Oh i figured i might. It's around that time and you need something to drink with a scar. We we do. Yeah and her so. I found the the hirsch bourbon. We re not on this a little bit and it's a. It's a blended her correct. Yeah so the percentage. I mean it's an interesting things inside this bourbon. Ninety two proof forty-six ab ab they do ninety. Four percent of it is seventy five percent corn point one percent rye and four percent multi barley other six percent of it is sixty percents corn bright thirty six percent rye four percent mouth malted barley. So part of it is like five years or months and then the second half right is a little older six year. Two six years two months. Yup and that's age. Do it was a. it's a newer. it's not really noor what it's newer to us threat It was a limited release that they had. They came out bouts two months ago. I believe it was and they're up. Basically said okay. I can get a bottle if you want. I'm like you know. Send us three. Just goes the limited released off. We do very well with and we have allowed bevan drinkers. That love the alleys they go. They don't care what it is that they're in a drink it and they're gonna learn to love it and it could be hot tea in a bourbon bottle and they'll love it so now. Being the seventy one percent corded than sixty seven percent quarter is not his. It's got the age to correct its sweetness in the nose. So you get a little sweetness with the nose but also a limit which sort of a lemon zazi smell then. Soon as you try it you're going to get like a almost that spice flavors going to hit your palate. But then it's gonna mellow out a little bit and you're going because of the ri- you're going to get that sort of right taste to it. Also i'm diving in for you know. We always talk about ethanol you don't they. Everyone has ethanol in urban. Y'all i don't get a huge amount of ethanol on the nose on this at all. So now it knowing that. I'm going to miss nelson sean on bourbon. What would you say. I'm like anything like even cigars you limited edition. People want to limit addition. You know you take that out of the mix so we got the Basic bourbons out. There what is your top three sellers that you could say in your establishment the so the top three sellers gotta look at the bar back here so obviously you got your bullet bullet bourbon and why. It's it's like our house for pretty much what it is for bourbons because the price point is is very good ability as well. Maybe yeah it's smoother. It's actually it probably might be the best bourbon to pair with an old fashioned out say nother one is the woodford reserve. I would imagine around derby time. You got quite a bit around her two hundred percent. Yeah now joining the mint juleps big time. Then i'll say after that it's probably going to be probably be jefferson's okay. Jefferson's reserve for just like not not limited edition stuff again not the not the ocean or the cavs I even like the baseline dark. Rye i mean which is beyond. That's a big. I'm not i'm not a ri- i'm not awry drinker at all and i love that right. Oh yeah and. If i had a choice i could drink any ri- for the rest or any bourbon. Rest my life. It'd probably be that right. Wow okay but i. There's no way i can now is. no question. is like a michigan based suburban out. There that you would recommend I actually liked The zeppelin it's out of traverse city. It's a little pricier than a normal bourbon but has almost that irish whiskey type taste to it by with a bourbon kick. Has that little spicy notes in the middle. But it's just a smooth. It's a smooth. Spikes not a factor. Yeah and what's up with that bourbon zeppelin right there. Sumatra okay. If i didn't do the sumatra i'd probably do the tattoo. Why coco. utah's. That's another very good now than it tasted the hirsch nosing it again. I smell that i get that citrus lemon citrus up getting into the nose manila tasters like this hints of a amid. Yes there's a getting more excited. I was reading some of the tasting notes that are looking at. What am i looking at. He's he's magazine dot com. I'll go there. Were wasn't was the hirsch itself and they're saying you can go green tart apple. That's the sweetness is coming at the same time. But i'm not getting all get more sweet and getting that the no. I'm getting that carmo feel bourbon. Yeah there's the typical bourbon i am but then there's as it sits back. Get even more fruity yup also kind of respiratory nice on the back you're out and that's what you're gonna get your pairing from. It's not an it. Got a smokeless and gar for a little bit and then throw in that That that bourbon of choice. The and then you're going to get that takes a second okay. When i'm selling cigars first question. I asked individually now. They haven't tried a product. What are you generally smoke mile medium full for a new bourbon know drinker like myself. What would you start off with. Say that you're going to recommend with those profiles of i ask him. What bourbons do they usually drink. Or what bourbons have. They tried before trying to figure out where they're their tastes are because it's very similar to cigars because you figure out where their pal it is so it would be description of a mile there bourbon a mile. The reverend is going to be probably like the bullet the orange bourbon. Not there i then medium medium outgo more probably be maybe like amador even even the jeffersons out satan and when you get more towards that fuller just so much back there. Yeah i know. I mean like fuller i mean. I'd almost go into the rice. The governor is because they're gonna would you like i was told and i tried to that way just putting one ice cuban hitter or a drop of water. I mean for me personally. I can't do the water. I usually do like if it's a higher end bourbon. I'll do like three or four ice cubes or a nice wall. If it's like something little lower end i know i'm going to drink. I want to drink it for a while. i'm just going to have them fill it up with san. Yeah but also chills it to me. Firstly home if i'm not gonna be drinking bourbon. I actually put the bourbon in the fridge. Like the date that day and then by the time. I get a want to have that bourbon. The bourbons already chilled. So i need to add the ice at all right because if it's if the bourbon has a bite to it or a burn that coldness actually limited selection of the the the drink cracked. So i'm always a neat guy. I will always try something brand new that. I've never had before i'll rather tried. And what is characterised I ne- apps but then add an experiment as to where you know where the table because a couple of drops of water will open up a bourbon almost immediately because of their the chemicals that are inside there. There's word for. I don't know i can't remember what it is. But you know this as your palate develops you're getting a lot of folks will start with your elisa craig's they'll start on lighter bourbon or something that's more popular but then they'll start diving into that. I did a shot of mulan in utah and why was supposed to be dry area. Yeah was for the first time i did shot and i wish i hadn't because it really changed. My thought process as the board itself was shot. It was not a smart alarm. sean But i went back to the bullet as well after the fact and tried it again and now i'm trying to understand it just that much more now with cigar one point. Yeah but i'll tell you this hirsch being that as blended. I can't tell that big difference if it's what that death it's his smooth i think the blending i think the we'll lend. It actually makes it not. It's nice smooth for that now. There are a lot of flavors happening. But it's thought that fruitfulness is still is still kicking around your age ages as it continues to evolve you know with this perry. I'm fairly into this Sport strand that you helped row over. I'm i'm excited for the next hour of my life because this is an amazing joy in our. We're just happen to have a full model in front of us. We didn't we didn't touch it. I got an a. drew a line shows you. My next question is like cigars cigars you can age and give better aging and some cigars you can age and it doesn't turn out well at the end when you as you lose the flavoring in you know the strength and bourbon or other cocktails out there. That they age. What do you feel with the aging of bourbon like cigars. Because you've you smoked age cigars you drank. The you know the the aged bourbon. The ten year twelve year. I've heard sixteen years and thirty. You know what you get out of that on the bourbon and compared to a cigar that been eight. It's a little similar to cigars because you actually with the bourbon. You're actually lose something. That's real has a lot of burned after age. It actually the burn. Isn't there as much. at least least. I've noticed in other people might say different. And there's there's a few schools of thought on that because once it's in the bottle it the aging over it. You have a bottle on your shelf for a year. Two years practice it is what it is what it was when it was barreled drake so that aging process not like wine is good progress in change. Develop a suburban suburban once. It hits the bottle in but as far as you know the time spent in the barrel. There's a few schools of thought if people say you know more than ten years and after that just kind of you're actually may be damaging it because it's it's absorbing so much of the would it so much char that you almost damage it things over ten years now. There are really beautiful in hirschenson example. There was a sixteen year on the hirsch years ago. Those bottles are selling for thirty five hundred thirty five hundred dollars now. Goes around the forty forty five dollar mark. Yeah so it was a sixteen year old. The goal for thirty five hundred zero met and i were talking about was the most expensive bottle you ever bought topped out at about one hundred twenty five five hundred down under one hundred. Because i'm married. We have a joint checking account. She knows like shenanigans firm believer. I know a lot of people especially with the twice product. They they savor it. they don't smoke it. they collect it. And i find that a lot. What's it's why. And i always tell the individual they i go. You're saving it because tomorrow you can hit by a truck even ever got to try it you know. I don't know myself. I don't really save. Product is either going to be good to smoke or not when you spoke at the twenty. It's i don't think the king you're not losing anything by smoking. Immediately of you want to age but ended the day and again with the bourbons. I see people collect them all. Then i'm thinking in my head. Well hope that you live for hundred because you know you. You smoke that cigar. You don't drink that drink. You saving it for your children or children's stroller. So you know again. There's some cigars that if you wait too long but with the twi it's just great smoke balance anyone you pick up from the mildest blend to the fullest blend. You get that right off the bat. What p johnson and he is an individual. This spends the time you can give them a cigar. He may take the band's off he'll tell you exactly what it is and he you know. Now that is something that a lot of makers don't understand and you know there's a lotta makers out there but he is definitely that person. It really is proud of every cigar that he makes and make it with a with my father repeating garcia that company. You know it's a combination of both and you can't ask for better as as a consumer in on we have. We represent a lot of good brands. But the this one of the ones that we can honestly say that when you go out and sell it. You're very proud a in this product. It's a top notch you know. I've been blessed after after thirty years of doing this. That i've had a lot of acres so i can't is is going to be known as in time one of the great blenders of tobacco and i could see that you know and again i'm at the third to race and hearing this stuff to me excites me. So you know. At the end of the day. I feel proud of the line to represent and I'm very proud of this line and matching it up with the bourbons more and more information. I'm getting you know. I i enjoy now more bourbons than i ever did before because i was never a big liquor person. Get more the ports express owes and all that now getting that into the mix. It's kind of like. Hey this this is pretty good. I can't complain lists story behind the the twice. And and the karloff expression. That's out or movie fan. What's what's what we started with the monsters. Awhile back and it again. Wanna i mean the come out with with these older. You know a monster series that he came from the boris to on you know you name it. That is everyone is different. Everyone is i mean. This is the time period people. Wait abiam it's like. It's like a fan favourite in in the tied into something like that To me you see a lotta limited editions. But i have to believe this is one of the top. Limited product comes out. And he's very selective on where he places his product which is a salesman is is. It's really. They're a really positive thing because he makes sure that people that are selling. It are fully the account and i can't ask for better. I mean you know releasing just for profit. That's not as end result. But he is getting the proper channels for people to buy it and like i said this series has grown from the beginning. I've been there too now today. It's always a treat to always wait for them. Nex coming up. You know it's like excitement. You know look you hear people and people collect them all some have and like. I said you know it's funny. I laugh because i said you know it should smoke. Oh because you never know you're not going to be around the do it. You know you know. That's another thing that's the collected are truly experts are trying to aid their their products. And putting it away in a to me. That says something about the maker so i give tribute to acre because he is definitely cares about the consumer you know he wants to consumer the get that experienced that he doesn't get all the time so i mean it's my head yeah. It's always in october halloween tied into halloween. Yeah so you you know and you know it's something that's always you know. People are looking for at the end of the year. It's kind of like a nice end result of the year you know so by downfalls decided change you know and it's something to look forward to sack was i always. I always in the fall. I teach high school. I gotta go back to teaching. Well you know that's that's a different subject matter you know so but anyways said something earlier that kind of sparked my fancy little bit Espresso coffee i. I'm wanting to get into pairing bourbons and coffee together. I'm sorry. I get cigars and coffee together. I'm looking more coffee guide. You like doing a coffee with dr. i love. I love expresso. I love turkish coffee. Okay i am a big fan of turkish coffee. i know it's a little different The court tito's the cubans make with a lot of sugar in it. you know. that's another one. That i love with the only time i really appreciated. That's in miami. When i go down there. And i buy as many as i get my hands on you now and i'll drink as many as i can get my hands on those are like the treats. I feel with smoking a cigar cup of coffee. Like i'm doing today. It's good but nothing like a good express a little bit about folger's crystals no oslo. I don't know anything about watching. Sorry out much you what. I have to go to work so you in the morning. Because that's how i start my day typically so but i'm wanting to kind of dive into pairings of of a cigar an ethics i. I'm kind of interested in doing that. So where would i as far as the spread. The word turkish coffee is there a specific area or branch of at. You know what you are. We grind our own beans at home. I realize it. You know. I get more flavor out of that. I'm really big on. And i'll try coffee from doraiswamy a new coffee company coming out and i love the do grinding the beans and the new expresso and you know each coffee maker is somewhat. I mean you look at. What's your pairing wines coffee. you know. Bourbons coffee doe is generally you know like my morning or my night. Drink espressos or like. I said turkish because someone a little more body at the end of the night. It i liked it or the beginning regular coffee. It's great but you know. I usually put a little milk. And so it kind of tames on the coffee and it's already not but i look for strength and flavor as you get older. You losing losing your. You know your flavor profile because it's natural age. It's like that grandmother. They used to come over and you have to give her a hug and she had gallons of perfume honor. And you're like dad grandma you know. So it's the same idealisms and So now as an individual looking for more flavored and strength gently you talk about that and you talked about the experience and then grinding euro beanstalk instead whole process. And it's like it's not like this bill in the coffee pot bribe right. Take the time. And you're the beans out your grinding. Your grinding need for the day and then it. It's all part of the process and there's a different aroma when you're grinding compared to jesse in all of or the jug or whatever and filling so it's all part of the process. Think part of the enjoyment of it. You're talking about a big old fashioned. Sean mentioned making an old fashioned with the bullet. And i love doing that at home. I like whipping up a cocktail and enjoy the hell out of it too but some days i'm gonna i'm gonna get an orange out i'm gonna i'm gonna cut a. That's that's the whole thing it's like let's have a cocktail and i'm like all right and junk still the kitchen because i'm like mick mass medics messy thing and she's like mom takes twenty minutes to find a movie on the tv. I'll be there. I'll be there by the time you what movie. We're gonna i fall asleep before we found the mood. You know so. Yeah so. I take my time you that whole experience growing it and i love that. Well it's funny because the old school get on. I was raised in a different period. You know red wine was always on a table. X xpress coffee was there you know in the latin community is cafe. Ha you get it you know. I end Cigars i mean. If you could smoke viewer spoke. It was a different time. But what i found out as far as you know grinding own beans i don't grind for all day. I only grind enough that. I am drinking at period. And then if i'm gonna have an expresso a night i will re grind the beans for that. So it's i get. It might be all mental. But i feel it's more fresher case you get more more out of it by grinding their moment and then making expresso. So that's up to each individual. But i feel that you're going to grind your your beans a good grinder in you want to get you know that. Full flavor that the maker because someone out there grinding soup to come out with a product again their passion the cell to the consumers. So if you're gonna go out of their way to do that. The makers rolling the cigars. I tell people take carrier cigars it. Oh put your being so that you know that they're properly stored and your wines part. You're going to buy wine or whatever that is you know you know. Put away and enjoy what the maker is trying to give to you and Because you know someone is out there doing this because they want you to have an experience all about experience at into more the coffee tobacco and coffee beans are really cops together. So that's why. I want to dive into a little bit. More future episodes. Yeah you're not a big coffee drinker yourself. I will make a big coffee. Shit what am i waiting for. I know this is coming from a guy who wears a kilt. So let's let's talk about folger's crystals real quick network off now you don't like animals. Is that what you're telling me. Animals through talk yeah literally. It's you know it's funny. I saw mccarthy place. They've drew they had a map of the world of all coffee where it's made in produced and all that stuff grown and guess what a lot of those regions are saying region where tobaccos grown same countries. There you look at that there's a similarity from that and there you look at it while so the way i understood it. The lot of the coffee be grown in regions in tobaccos grown in the valleys in the lower regions. That i put that together and you know there's different climates for different products. So i i look at that. There's a reason for that. And like i said i'm a big fan of trying. Different coffees driven bourbons. Even difference you might competitor. I'll try and if it's a good cigar to my pal at again. I'm no expert. I'm a salesman. I'm not anything more than when i am. You know. I just enjoy what i enjoy and always trying to experiment. Open your path. That's the biggest thing when people buying cigars or coffee rafiq the get on this one say cigar. This one cop or this one berman. I always tell you gotta expand your palate. There's much more out there. You're missing right. You know so you know like okay. Have you call my wife. she gets. she's like why did you buy another bourbon and bring it home. Well it's that's why you have so many because they're all different. I'm not seeing any because my wife might be listening to this. 'cause she says the same thing to me. Why are you buying this wire. So yes wide knowledge right. Got to get you take your pick. Abc so and i have a rating system for the bourbons when we decide pass as yes. We do what we like. And it's it's a screw. Mary kill kill screw. Mary kill so screw. Or you going to get out and about when you're around gonna take it all or kill it's dead to me. I've married this church i would. I would take this one home. I would i would. I would not mind having to send the bar. The packaging is nice to let it makes a difference. People by with is because we honest the packers show they say oh you know what. The pakistani makes a big difference. But i'm glad you don't ever rating system on salesman because i don't want one own a radio exactly. You don't want any further than this. We don't wanna scare your audience. No i'm screwing around with her sh- right now but you know i'm like jamie i i would marry this. Take home favorite not save it and share it with friends introduced it to folks that are running to get into a like okay. You've had this now. Let's try this. So yeah i would definitely take this whole thing the cigar to have an gentleman. I gotta say goodbye. Because i do my job by your thank you. I really don't do a lot of this kind of stuff. I'm kind of low key. But thank you for inviting me to do this and Yeah it's for the makers to be out here you. I am that day. But i show my face. I do my best. I try to recommend the best from the consumer where their their profile is and hope they enjoy two cigars. Because i always guarantee it. I stand by my product. You don't like it bring it back by. I will not sell something. I don't believe in in exactly that's a that's why your career's been successful. Because you are that you always cater to your clientele. You take care of them. Listen to them so thank you. Thank you gentlemen producing appreciated. Thank you thank you. So much cheers.

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1381: The Coffee Machine that can Pay for a University Education by Mr. Money Mustache

Optimal Finance Daily

07:21 min | Last month

1381: The Coffee Machine that can Pay for a University Education by Mr. Money Mustache

"This is optimal finance daily episode. Thirteen eighty one the coffee machine that can pay for a university education by mr money moustache of mr money moustache dot com and i'm your host and personal finance enthusiast diana mariam. This is a show where i read to you end to myself. Frankly from some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet every single day or surrounded by messages of how difficult it can be to make ends meet and to build wealth. So thank you for spending this time with me where we can empower ourselves to take control of our financial health and before we get to it. We cover personal development and minimalism health relationships entrepreneurship and life advice on our other shows just search for optimal living daily. Wherever you get your podcast to find them and be sure to subscribe but for now. Let's get right to today's post and continue optimizing your life. The coffee machine that can pay for a university education by mr money moustache of mr money. Moustache dot com. Now that readers are starting to fantasize about getting a little bit of this early retirement action for themselves. Mr money moustache is getting many questions about the typical expenses. People imagined in their future. One of these is. How will i pay for the university education of my children. I must admit even as the data of a five year old. I don't do much thinking about how i'll pay for his education. And i don't think you need to worry too much either. Why because once you grow your money moustache abet. This will seem like a tiny amount of money to you and as with every other expense in. Your life is in your control. How much does a college education cost. Some people get big spirals of fear in their eyes and cry out two hundred thousand dollars. Yeah in the worst case. If you pack your kid off to the most prestigious and expensive private university in the country he never gets a job or scholarship and no financial aid and you pay for all. His rent closed beer. Tuition and books. It is to spend this much or more on education. But i just looked up some real numbers for my local university of colorado at boulder. Apparently a pretty fine institution in state out of district. Tuition is six thousand. Four hundred forty six dollars out of state. Tuition is twenty six thousand seven hundred dollars. Fees are one thousand four hundred and eighty six dollars and room and board ten thousand three hundred. Seventy eight dollars. What i see is seven thousand nine hundred and thirty two per year for tuition and fees if your kid is like i was and is willing to pay for his own education with no loans and live at home with parents for free rent and food to achieve this. He can accomplish this with only five hundred twenty eight hours of paid work. That's three months. F fifteen bucks. An hour per year in other words working during the summer as a landscaper or painter already pays for your whole education that free. that's the minimum cost scenario. Now let's take the maximum cost out of state tuition plus room and board a hundred and forty eight thousand for four years. But let's say you have a baby right now you'd like to pay her way in full to colorado university even though you live in another state and you don't want her to ever have to work or to get any scholarships between now and graduation at her twenty first birthday. No you don't think this will make her grow up to be a spoiled brat with no work ethic because look she's just a cute little baby right now. You currently work. And you and your spouse both like the local starbucks to much in facts you each stop in at the drive through every day for a coffee and small treat on the way to work. You also stop in on the weekends to in total you average seven dollars each per day for fancy coffees and the occasional lunch here and there you can probably guess how this adds up this habit compounded at seven percent as up to about one hundred and forty eight thousand over seventeen point five years from your baby's birth until she starts university suggests switching to brewing good coffee at home which i just calculated costs about ten to fifteen cents per cup. If you buy your organic fair trade expresso roast in two point five pound bags from your local cosco. We'll pay for pretty much. The whole worst case education and as a mr money moustache reader you will not be incurring a worse case. Education cost your kid will be a school whiz because you will have time to be home in read with her. She'll earn money throughout high school. Perhaps even doing some advanced assistant work for your own part time consulting career and she'll probably have a money moustache over own going by age. Seventeen so she will find ways to spend less than the maximum possible amount on her own education show graduate debt free and be financially independent before she even has kids of her own at each thirty. A permanent repeating family dynasty of happiness and wealth will be born at this point. You'll invite mr money moustache out for a decadent sushi meal and thank him for changing. Your lives stretch. You just listen to the post titled. The coffee machine can pay for a university education by mr money. Moustache of mr money. Moustache dot com. Thanks to anger for hosting this podcast. Anchor is the easiest way to make a podcast distributor. Your podcast for you. So can be heard everywhere. Spotify apple podcasts. Google podcasts and many more you can easily make money from your podcast to with no minimum listenership anchor gives you everything you need in one place for free which you can use right from your phone or computer creation tools. Allow you to record. And edit your podcasts so it sounds great. Download the anchor ab- or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. You often hear daily. Coffee habits criticized in personal finance content. But i think it represents something much bigger than actual coffee. It's about analyzing our habits. And actively seeking out more resourceful ways to get our needs met. Coffee is an easy example as most of us aren't willing to give it up. It's something we do every day and changing our habits around it are relatively painless and when you connect this change to something you want more than starbucks like college education for your child. The trade off is absolutely worth it. I encourage you to look for other examples of daily spending that can be optimized and what that could mean for your financial goals. This article also reminds me that there are many resourceful ways of getting your needs met when there is a will. There is often away. The comments to this article were filled with stories of how people paid for their or their children's education without breaking the bank starting with community colleges or focusing on in-state offerings over private schools and applying for scholarships or just a few ways. People are being resourceful about getting their educational needs met. And that's a wrap for the sunday. Show have a great rest of your day. And i'll be back tomorrow with a brand new author. And we're optimal life awaits.

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#1447 - Tom Segura

The Joe Rogan Experience

2:48:53 hr | 10 months ago

#1447 - Tom Segura

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Duck eggs and tastes notably shedding really. Yeah like gooey like it sticks a roof of your mouth. Is that smaller to other bigger. They're big ducks. Maybe quail eggs. I've had yeah. Those are good and they're small little tiny but Dr Big Fox. Yeah they are the shit out some big eggs and they're nasty they like stick to your mouth Same Way like same way loose yogurt ezio regular yoke the yoke sticks to your mouth. All right stays inside your mouth. Sounds like a ball hog. Yeah it's not. I don't recommend I'm feeding the rest of them to my dog. Everything really he loves them. Lowe's eggs he loves eggs. Yeah Crack Open Egg and mix it in with his cable. Sometimes that's awesome. Yeah most of the time. I feed them Either he gets a little bit of kibble and some elk meat. Jim Ground Elk. Meat or Spoilt he's well he's well that's awesome is happy dog yeah. I think everyone loves Marshall. Have you met him yet? Met a couple times yeah. He's the sweetest dog in the world door. I got anything. No the dogs are like that. Yeah no it's a special dog. It's a golden retrievers man. The smart to the real smart have a bucket box of sand as a dog. But she's she's sweet but she's dumb. Shit what did she Brussels Graffman. Well I don't even know what that is at e walk. Oh okay yeah that's right. Yeah that's an odd choice. Is that your wife's choice. Of course yeah rods with the dog choice little dog but they basically want a baby that they don't care too much of it dies. I think she'd be pretty sad pretty sad but not like babysitting. I'll fuck no no no no. It's like it's like a baby that you know you only have to take care of for like fourteen years. Yeah we talk about it sometimes like I love you so much to say to the dog and I know you won't be long and Yeah No. She's pretty young though so I think I think we're lucky to have a good run. I lost the dog last year. That was terrible yeah. I'm lost dog two years ago. It's rough. It's dogs in a row while they they're both were so old they couldn't walk anymore and our guy heart condition. You know giving them all the meds and he was just on a decline and I was on the road when he He died know. I just was kind of stunned and I I kind of had to keep doing the shows. Obviously right and it was like a long weekend shows. Then when I got back fucking broke down. Yeah really fucks you up. It's a weird relationship. Humans animals. You Know Yeah Yeah. It's yeah especially like if you you grew up with dogs. Yeah yeah so it's like it really becomes like feels weird when you don't have a dog Me I've always had a dog. Yeah I've always had cats and dogs always most of my life. Yeah either like when I was living in an apartment in New York and Boston had a cat and then when a soon to La got dogs. Yeah since yard and Mike Around Getting Dr. It's the best the first thing I thought of. They're the best they bark. When someone's coming near your fucking house it's true. I really and they have that extra system in them you know that that level of sensitivity to sound and smell like yeah when they start putting like what are you talking about. They see things like When I was having coyote problems Took Marshall Out. Even when he was pretty young he was like six seven months old. I took him out and I'm like what are you. What are you freaking out about? And then I turned look and I see these eyeballs moving through the trees outside the chicken coop and Mike. You'll cuts it's fucking coyote cuts. Coyotes are such fuckers man. There's such fuckers. I lived in this neighborhood. Wear plus driveway noon. Yeah in the middle of the street looking around Whitney lives in woodland hills that area down the street from me. Her areas infested. She's got dogs like three or four dogs in the yard. Barkan and these guys don't give a fuck. Did you see that video where the pack came into her house or yard? Yeah there's like six of them. Yeah Yeah that name that neighborhood. That's sketchy I told her to get a subsonic. Twenty two and just start taking them out. She's like PAP PAP. Put him down. Pop Pop poodle Bay out there. Does this window city rules about taken out of the city? Routes you keep your fucking mouth shut. Yeah I appreciate shovel and shut up. Coyotes is there any upsides handle anything? Rats rats rats a sore owls and hours away. Cooling coyotes and als- don't eat. Your larger dog lead the fuck that your cat though they sure will house. We'd everything I said. I saw an owl flying with a rabbit. A BIG ASS rabbit and its claws wants just so vicious vicious and there's such scary hunters like I know at night head spins around. Have you ever seen that video? There's a nest video of these hawks that are in a tree and this hour comes out and snatches one of the Hawks and flies away and you just from a distance. What is that right when you you talking about the one where the eyeballs? Yeah and then all of a sudden Bam just gone. Yeah yeah they're fucking monsters freaky animals men and we think of them as being these wise like Like it's professors of the woods for some strange reason. Have you ever heard Matt Bronner's Albert now? It is one of the funniest thing. This is a really. Yeah this is like the bit that he I like his early on. You know getting his his first big joke that broke and you know it was on Letterman. And he was on comedy central with it. It is a layer. I gotta I gotTa say it is also one of those weird animals that we have this very strange relationship with where we don't know what they really are yeah distort. Bears are another one distorted perception with their. Did you see that video? That was going around by the guy. Got His face literally eaten off by Grizzly and he shot the Grizzly when it was on top of them. No Oh dude. Have you seen Jamie? Because he's talking he's like going around. He's talking while his face is gone and he's talking about like you could see one. I through this Mass Jamie Shakes headlight. Show you real quick dammit kids out of Kansas video of his face. I to know it's right after the attack. The guy that was with him started filming it. And it's just one of those things where okay so this is the bear and this is the guy and that's his face and this is him talking. Where are you? Where are you seeing this? I'm good I'm doing good instagram. Yes Bro to face out. That's him necessarily looks like well fuck. They rebuilt his face. That's incredible doctor. Well you saw the the chimp victim ladies. Yeah her gone well. That chimp worked on her for a while. Did you see that tree trimming Galore there? Jamie Galore scroll the blue would treat arming. What what you've never seen that we're talking about dude in there and you get to see the live because the tree goes into the guy's face this whole fucking wide open. Yes show him in the hospital. Yeah you can see. Even in his completely destroyed face the panic in like he knew how serious his situation is. Yeah I mean they were there. I don't know I haven't seen the post surgery stuff. But that dude a treatise perfect he cut he was Jeremy and like he just cut it and it and it certainly swam right in the Split. His whole confess open. Yeah Oh my God yeah. It's rough man. Yeah that's a rough look right there. That's a rough look. It's amazing they put that guy back to you. If I was him I would just be the punisher for Grizzly bears. I just just load up every year with a million rounds ammo I just go hunting. Bears Faulk you. Have you heard that a pair? Yeah black bears not not grizzly bears. Yeah Yeah we don't. We have this image of because it teddy bears because kids have them. They love them. Will the biggest right polar bears brown bears and then yeah? Yeah because I mean a bear can stand up and be what like nine feet taller even bigger eleven really? Yeah Kodiak the the really big one they coded in a swipe my friend watched a bear kill a moose with one swat broke its back. He watched chases Moose through a scope was looking at it through a spotting scope which is like a super powerful telescope. You could look at you know like my Mile Away. You can watch things happen in this bear swat hit this. Moose in the back snapped. It's back kind of power you have to snap a Moose back. Oh my God and just tore it apart. I mean how powerful is that animal too? Big fucking animal men you know. You're talking about fifteen hundred pound ball muscle and fat thought about sometimes like you know because you you know a lot of obviously like trained fighters and the that equation always plays in your head. What if Like trained fighters people don't realize sometimes how well how much that training puts that person at an incredible advantage and shore like your average guy trying to get that smoke with a train. Fighters is a problem but at a certain point. What's the equation? Where all the training doesn't matter. Jerry is yes is an straight like how big of a giant and how much how powerful does he have to be? Where all your training wouldn't matter. It depends on what kind of training you do like with Jujitsu. It's a pretty big advantage right which you say you. I'm I've tapped guys. That are one hundred pounds heavier than me right and just crazy. That is crazy. Yeah but I would never strike with the guy. That's a hundred pounds heavier than me. Because I would. Just you'd get killed. Yeah because even three or gloves you keep your gloves up and some three hundred pound guy just loves you with a right hand. Yeah just like your whole brain gets rattled right. You can tap a three hundred pound guy. Though as long as it doesn't throw you on the ground the problems it picks you up in the air throws you on the ground slams you in hits you with the earth because there are those like those dudes that are almost animals. Six eight three fifth. You know like you like I don't care how well you're trained. That dude is like athletic. Like a pro cockerill pro football player. Oh yeah like you see when I was remember. I'll never forget this. We were in Phoenix and We were going into this bar and it was like twenty plus years ago and as we're waiting in line this pro football player walked through the line and it was like a grown ass man amongst little kids. Yeah it was like a third grade class. And someone's daddy showed up and just walk through the Lens. Guy had to be like six seven six eight three fifty. He was so big. I was laughing. Yeah I was like looking at the sizes fucking God. Yeah just big. Old Corn Fed white boy just walking through the crowd. That dude gets a hold on this as they do their job. Role you into the ground and just break everything. Break your hip and your legs and everything you know. You don't follow football. But I always think of this dude about like savagery Larry Allen. He played for the cowboys. Were dominant in the nineties. This dude was not just so big and so freaky strong but like was born. Mean like he's what you want if you're like like he had the athleticism the strength that's seventy three. She's a size of this fucking guy dude would just he would just absolutely you know. Destroy like break people's will how long did he play for? Oh he played over ten seasons and he was he was like it's so big and so fast so this guy was so athletic man like he was he. There's amazing footage of him just chasing like the his team threw interception. He's chasing the one hundred eighty pound guy down a crazy shit bench to five forty five times you know. Just imagine doing forty five push-ups. Yeah that's a lot dude. Do Forty five reps of the bar and you feel the burn and yeah. That's that's crazy. It's nuts but you know he bench press here. He's not a normal seven hundred pound bench. Press God damn not normal the size of the dude yet. Dudes are like yeah. Well you know I mean I think if that's your Gig you're gigs to be gigantic and fast and powerful and you've been working on that since school. Yeah look at them all fucking around. They're jumping animal like rain lion. Goddamn did yeah. He's so strong. Yeah there's there's like that mountain guy. That game of Thrones Guy. Yeah get the fuck out. That's what I'm thinking about. It like guys like that. Who are so if you're like. Oh but like I've seen so far with connor. No car fucked up. Oh you did. Yeah FUCK THEM UP. Like really fucked him up. He just kept hitting them isn't he? Kept moving away from him and he couldn't hit connor. He's trying to hit connor. He couldn't hit him and Kana kept by kicking him in the stomach. Punishment of stomach. That eventually just got exhausted and gave up. See that like that part. I mean in see but that's like kind of like with rules right. We're going to do We're going to do because grab he cried to try to grab a goner. There's Jim so there's plenty of room for CONARD. Move around him. Look at it but look at the size difference. Between the two of them C- he started talking shit and and Connor was like really. Okay my buddy. Let's bar let's bar. He doesn't know what to do. The thing is connor is much smaller than them. But he doesn't know what to do see hit con in the stomach there and he just doesn't know what to do. Yeah that jumped front kick to the body and then pushed him away. He's trying to grab him but he doesn't know what to do. Connor just keeps moving and Connors in great shape in that big fuck has never done cardio in his life all that guy does do. Squats and dead lifts and just gets huge. Yes so his. His heart is probably right now pounding out of his chest. That fucker played basketball before. Oh US really skinny. Yeah he was really raising. Let's see now now. Starting to punch he's starting to punch him in the stomach and the dues trying to grab him and he tries to hit see. Now he's taking a break in the lease stomach. Van Isn't what to do. Yeah they don't know how to get out of this fucking around. He doesn't know how to get out of this. He tried to grab him because like no. I'm just GONNA move you go ahead and just gas out exactly and these leagues nodding. I come on come on but his trainer has got to be going crazy. Like what the fuck are you doing? You're one of the top fighters on the planet Earth. And you hear fucking around with a three hundred pound giant. Would've guy gets a hold of one of your legs and decides to rip it apart. Exactly exactly that's what I'm talking about. Punched him in the stomach? I guess they're not punching each other in the face. They're going bare bare knuckle. Head to head is BA- doesn't even fit the body. He's getting tired though see. All the flinching says Conner Conner's making a flinch. He's he's he's making a move he's fainting and when you see. He doesn't know what to do. He's giving up his car's not letting them give up looking at. He's not let them give up. So come on fucker now he's GonNa go into digital here. No He's just he's he's looking knees him in the body of Christ Punch. He's he's mean is not let them rest rest. Look how small dam. Yeah Yeah See. That guy was done though the thing about being that big you don't you can't go long. It's like a muscle car muscle. Call the five gallon engine or a five gallon gas tank a big ASS. Engine you really. You don't have much hard for a last his and then P- p- that's actually fascinating to watch weird right. Yeah yeah he's no big you ever seen a Wolverine Chase off wolves wolverines little. It's like a thirty five pound animal. Everything gets the fuck away from it. Like Jesus because they're so ferocious. They're so crazy and they feel like no pain. Yeah like things can bite them in the and they'll chase wolves they'll chase bears with the news with connor by thrown out that he wants to fight someone he wants to fight. Khabib could be but he's they're trying to set up. Look we are. What's this in the future? This is March twenty fourth on Tuesday in. Everyone's on fucking full lockdown here They're talking about doing a UFC. They don't know where it's going to be for Khabib versus Tony Ferguson. They're talking about doing that somewhere somewhere. In another country you know. I told Danish on a battleship stood on bow ship. International waters flying helicopters cool idea and there's no organization like the UFC could pull that off. You can't do that with any other sport. No because you don't need many very many people. You just need the fighters. Yeah I mean. I don't even know if they're going to have an undercard the more the crazier the setting a fight the more it could be like and there'll be lions roaming and they'll be would imagine one of those sheiks that has you know a trillion dollars. Does they do it? In my palace the palace gone and the giant ballroom to if you guys called Sheiks and and like you. They would start. This is no problem at all. This is come on. Yeah they'll they'll fucking sanitizer shit out a couple of jets fly. Everybody in sanitized the runway just crates of Lysol absolutely crop duster plane spraying. Lysol over everything it would be. They would do it right actually. I'm sure they have so much money. I mean they could do it right. They could test everyone. Well what do you do if someone has like? Is there a symptomatic when they WANNA fight anyway but they test positive you gotta go? You gotta go whatever. It's Tony test positive but there as symptomatic too much of it resting heart rates low. Everything's fine too much of your shedding shedding. It as you walk around after he's over would just cover them in a big plastic suit. I guess if the other fighter was like I'm cool with it cooling it too. Yeah sure Yeah Send Location. Bring medicine couple of what they did. You see that today. What that So trump was talking about. Oh yes and then one of them. I want to say the name wrong so whatever I forget what what exactly what it is. What is it's it's medication? They use on a Koi pond to kill bacteria. That's the one that they took. Yes and it's called chloroquine the same name of it. But the one for the Koi pond has a hyphen and another Naja. Yeah the same name without the hyphen is actually a medication. It's a medication for Malaria. For Malaria apparently holds promise but they took Koi pond. Fish tank. Medicine took poison. Yeah they took poison what they took like. He told us to take it. Yeah but he didn't you know of course not and then they're like we saw it in our cabinet. You think you have fucking malaria meds in the best way. We had it in the shed yet. We use it to kill everything in the Koi pond and we figured Hail Jed took it and he's dead well woman they were talking to her and They said now it was funny because the the reporter was bathing. Her reporter was like now this. Is You saw president trump? Say That you should take the yeah They were showing a lot. That's what she said. There were shown in a lot. No it's a different name to different name. You Fox is the same beginning and you just as a heel comfortable saying this public. Psa You probably don't have the cure at home right now. I feel to be a feel comfortable with you saying that. Yeah unless you just got back from somewhere where you had to take something from malaria. Yeah maybe men maybe maybe you have it yeah It's a different medication. But people are blaming trump for that. Yeah this just like this. Game trying to get clicks and blaming people for like trump did not tell people to drink. Koi Pond. Killer definitely didn't do that. He's been hilarious in this. Well did you see that one lady? We're we're talking was talking about this earlier. This one lady who is getting. She's an opportunity to talk to trump in a press conference and she said. Did you hear that? One of your one of the members of your cabinet referred to it as the Kung Fu. And he's like the what say that again and she goes Kung Fu so he makes her say it and then then he was who who said it. And we'll I heard someone you heard yet. This is the one question you have to ask. The President United States during one of the biggest health crisis is the world has ever known. And you a mildly racist term. Is You want to check in on. Yeah they WANNA stop to that. They want to call people out. Yeah we did a thing. It must have caught up though. 'cause yesterday he he read a statement that like. I love our Asian Americans and well. It's because he kept referring to it as the Chinese the Chinese virus and then he re scratched out on his reply saw. It wrote Chinese current Chinese. But that's people have to understand that's also because he's in fierce negotiations with China over these trade sanctions. There's a lot more not and he's a combative dude. You'll take any chance to lady did it with Kellyanne Conway Same thing same question. Yeah and you know. And they're not going to get into speculation here about A. You said you don't know who said it. You you just heard someone said it and then you know. This lady didn't know Kellyanne Conway's husbands have Asian right so her kids are quarter Asian. She's like I'm sure you're not saying I'm racist or my children are Asian. Like what are you? What are you doing? Isn't that marriage kind of interesting scenarios? I mean he's the most outspoken critic. He hates trump beyond beyond. And she's his most ardent defenders. It's crazy you guys go to bed at night. Some people can these some people can feel like Liberals and Republicans and live together. Fine some people can be like hunters. Judkins and live there though so vocal about their houses. Don't understand how the anyway. What do you want to like fucking crazy by the way? How great would it have been? If trump or Kellyanne conway had been asked about the Kung Fu and they were like are you GonNa? You'RE GONNA say it's not a funny term. Yeah it'd be great it would be Kinda Great. I mean look if if it was an Italian virus and they call it. The Pasta virus would get mad now probably not willing to go out the meatball league. What would be the thing? Yeah the pizza virus. I don't know the Rigor Tony Virus virus. It's just I don't know man. I read a terrible thing. That One lady said that. Some lady She's Asian and she was at a store and some lady yelled shadow mask on shield. Faulk you at our interface. And then she took off. Her mask coughed at her Asian Lady. Yeah cough debtor and yelled fuck you utter see. That's when all the racial jokes stopping. Yeah they all just went out the window right. Yeah because there are legit morons out there but I will blame an Asian American person of Asian descent living in America that has zero to do with any of this and she'll be like fuck you because there's people just looking for an excuse to blame whatever on someone else. And if it's an Asian person or a Latino person or whatever the fuck it is all the fucking post you remember post nine eleven all these poor seek that would be yes plugging Muslim. And they're like I'm not Muslim. It's bad enough that you're doing that but I'm not even the target to reach here. Think Turbans everyone with a turban is Muslim Eddie. Because we forget let like you know the world's full of idiots to those are the people you really got to worry about. It's you know I don't want people to die from this disease course but I would like us to lose a significant portion of our more on population. It'd be cool if it if it like prayed on low. I Q individuals. They're all these dummies buying. Not JUST LOW. I Q because there's some low IQ people that are really nice but it would be great if it was low Iq people who are mean. I give a disease that killed racists open mouth breathing. Something about racism. Just it just kills people with racism like there's a gene in targets that gene and people who are racist. They drop like flies. There are a lot of older people dying so it might be working. It's definitely killed a few racists in this last few weeks. That's like something people focus on. Here's one silver line. Curry's grand wizards are gone. We went into the facebook pages of all the people who died and sixty four percent. We're racist that'd be awesome. That would be a nice silver lining. Yeah what about the other you know no I already six and just nice old granny? It's terrible I love their neighbors. It's terrible yeah but it's one of those things where you can't even crack a joke because then people oh jail vest person and that person. You just can't listen to them so I talked to Michael. Actually I haven't even talked to him because he's he's not talking because you can't talk taxing he's still fucked up five days ago thought he was dying What no I mean. He's been the hospital for over a week but five days ago. Thought he was dying he got. This is what happened. He went to New York in my podcast right. After I did my podcast that weekend he had shows at Gotham so he flew to New York City. Did it shows in New York City was feeling sick And then got it got pneumonia and the corona virus at the same time in New Yorker in when he got home so he was feeling kind of shitting and then it hit him so he probably had a weakened immune system right. Then he's not a boozer so I don't think he was boozing but he doesn't have any like that you know of health no nothing because it seems like a healthy guy. Yeah shape in shape yet. Works out ally. Said he was killing workouts. You said nothing was wrong with them are feeling like you had a cold and then flew home and then boom double-whammy but he's recovering he's recovering. Yeah he's out of the mean he's not going to die but he's not other woods yet and some of these people that have gotten through this disease. Have some sort of permanent lung impairment. You don't want to one that scared me. I was reading about this guy. Ceiling and finance guy. Two thousand twelve gold medalist in swimming thirty one year old guy got it and he said he's the absolute worst virus he's ever experienced in his life. He said it was devastating so some people have issues. Elba and nothing. Yeah Bay symtomatic seemed to be fine. We'll there they are. I mean from my I just spoke to an infectious disease doctor on the way over here and and they're saying that You know the one of the big things about the symptomatic people is like they're essentially. What can keep this thing going for a while. Because you're shedding for fifteen days and if you're if you're not hold up if you're walking around yeah rushing by people and you're at the park and you're in the store and you're shouting you're spreading it and then you go home but you just gave it to you know these people then they go home. It's just so weird that some people don't experience anything and for other people like this guy who's a thirty one year-old Olympic swimmer Cameron Vanderberg two thousand twelve Olympic swimming champion details about with current event. I think he's from Africa. Is that where he's from? Maybe some retired South African Olympic swimmer details struggle with corona virus. I mean this guy is a super healthy. Yeah really really fit. He says he doesn't smoke. Lives a healthy lifestyle. And he's young. He's in the least risk. Demographic create incredible. You can't really predict how this will go although the most severe symptoms extreme fever have eased. I'm still struggling with serious fatigue and residual cough that I can't shake any physical activity like walking. Leaves me exhausted for hours? This is crazy. He's thirty one and he's a stud. I mean you look land on. Yeah Olympic swimmer. Ride me and talk about cardiovascular shape. There's some of the most powerful cardiovascular fit people on Earth an incredibly said. He's been struggling with for fourteen days. Jesus Christ by amazing the worst fire ever had. Yeah says any physical activity like walking. He's exhausted for hours. The loss in body conditioning has been immense and can only feel for athletes at contract. Kovic nineteen will suffer a great loss of current conditioning through the last training cycle. It's funny how he's thinking about it infection closer to competition being the worst. Yeah isn't it funny? How He's thinking about it and turns conditioning cycles. That's how Olympia and think yeah. Did you see how I mean? They just agreed to postpone like two days ago. Tokyo's like we're not think about it. Yeah let's he's hard like an idiot. 'cause they're they're crooks yeah. Look that whole thing's a crooked organization. They should pay those athletes. They're making billions of dollars. Athletes make the athletes make nothing. Yeah they're like if you get a sponsorship in sport does popular. Then you're if you are the top black if you get to win a gold medal and everybody pays attention and then you become like Michael Phelps where everybody knows your name you can make a living. Yeah everybody else's fucked while those cuts a raking in billions and billions of dollars. It is the grossest thing and all sorts. Only the only thing that's close is College Basketball College basketball and college football where those guys again make billions of dollars for those organizations and make no money for them and then you have people who are like. Yeah but these guys get a free education the fuck out of here fuck out of here especially football get the fuck Outta here. You get a free education when you get your brain scrambled every day and your brain scrambled and this like the football programs at a major university are so goddamn valuable. Not just even monetarily. It's becomes the image of the school. Yes they even get a high profile. School gets more applicants and you get more people enrolled just because of that program. It's crazy and it's a dirty thing dirty thing that just keeps going so it should have been. They should fix out a long time ago. Those guys should have been able to. They should be getting paid. I mean people will hook mother code students. Who who. Who can those fucking skills dude bad motherfucker? Yeah that's just what they got. Yeah if you're winning. Ncwa basketball championships for your school. You should be making a shitload of money. 'cause you got him schools making a Shitload of money from you and then if you like a bad motherfucker on one of those teams they sell Your Jersey. Do you. Don't make anything from now. They Sell Your Jersey. And they're like didn't you get that? Algebra class for free. Oh yeah thanks man. We gave you a track suit and shoes. And if you even get if you get like I mean you can't get anything you can't even hook you up with an apartment do it's it's super fucked big NC double A.'s. Again like a super corrupt organization. You've seen that Idris moving acres documentary shows how the see at the shows how. How dirty like even testing is in the Olympics? And it shows how the Russian team in in So Gee was just completely not just cheating. But every one of their athletes. They took their pests and swapped it out for clean piss off and they had a hole in the wall. They'd transfer pissed back and forth to the Russian team. The wrestling team is like culturally built in to deceive their seriously. It's about winning. It is about winning but it's also like it is lies on every level. Well did you hear me talking about Yoel Romero did you hear after the fight. No the recent one now Dan. Why didn't want information they brought in? You'll remember because he had a fractured orbital on one of his fights. Oh Okay and they bring them in and then he gets examined by the doctor and the doctor calls up the UFC afterwards and said. Where did you get this guy? And he goes. What do you mean like what's going because I've never seen anyone like other like? Oh yeah he's an amazing athlete. No no I've never seen a human being like. This is the most unusual human being I've ever seen in my forty years of practicing medicine. He said his tendons in his eye are four times larger than a normal person's he goes. His physical structure is different than any human being ever seen in my life. Whoa WHOA Cuba. Yeah who knows what kind of fuck it wacky experiments they were doing some Russian pills when he was a kid. That's for sure. Imagine Imagine I mean. He was a top of the food chain wrestler. He meddled in literally every single international wrestling meet he ever competed in. You'll Romero is a super stud. Yeah just a superstar. That was a weird fight. Though right the last one is he yes. Isn't that crazy? We arena like a week before Hit the fan. I know we were hanging out in Vegas but it was a little sketchy then remember. We're real sketchy we're like everything's GonNa be okay. Yeah we're a little weirded out. Then we went to like to dinner. We went to my show. We hung out and show and then that was probably the last big show will see a long time. I keep thinking about how I was talking about today. I did all this morning. Phone today. for for the Special Ball Hog. Ball hogs out on netflix favored. By the way they have you called calling so many radio stations and this guy is like he goes. Oh I'm big instant family fan. When are you going to do another one? And I go what he means like. I like that show I go to movie. It's a movie called instant family he goes. Oh yeah when's the next one was the sequel to an adoption film? What's devious tell they're just you know reading shit off to you but I was talking to somebody on the on the press thing today and I go most of US comics since we've been active working comedians at at at most two weeks we've gone without doing standup and in that return. You know when you first get on stage after like a vacation. You're like Icefield fucking weird weird butterflies your rhythms off. Your pacing is a little off. You forget a word or something because you're just not fresh. We might be two three months. It's never easy easy about ever doing it. Yeah March of March right. What's your show? You show is the beginning of March march seventh March Seventeenth? You did the Mirage so all of March all of April mean weasley could be deep into July or August before March eleventh was my last set and then March twelfth canceled at a show. You cancel it too. Yeah because I was doing a Spanish show at the belly room and then again in the main room. Yeah I cancel that and that was it and everything that moved. Yeah the store said they were. GonNa cancel gatherings of less than the the state mandate was anything with two hundred people or more and the main room. I think holds four hundred people so they decided to keep the belly room open. Which is I mean the. Do are which is want one fifty. I think yeah something like that. And then they asked me if I want to do a spot there and I'm like I don't think I do. I think I'm like I don't know what to do here. And then I had the Improv a couple days later and then I texted the Improv. I'm like I think we should shut this down. Doesn't seem right the way that it what it is rolled out was funny so I had that weekend at the Ice House so I go move that we can't do it so we moved it the following week which had been the weekend that just ended supposed to be in Dayton and even on Monday. They were like do you want to do you want to do on Monday or or maybe it was Friday. They're like you can still do date they were given Swart Schwarzen- at some shows in Utah. They were giving him a hard time. There were like You know. Hey we're GONNA lose our shirt if you cancel like I'm not a fucking what? Yeah no guys. Hey and then I we gotta move the date so then we move that and then you know. Every day we keep pushing things month by month issue. Brielle Chapelle is doing shows. Like real late really. Yeah he was doing shows like the weekend after yours. Wow Yeah yeah super fucking big ASS theaters. Yeah Yeah I was I mean I'm supposed to be in Vancouver on the twentieth. That's never gonNA happen now. Then Chapelle and I were doing a show in Nashville and a show in New Orleans. Those are not going to happen. That's the end of April. I get moved. Apparently I hope people get the opportunity to get a refund because there's a lot of people right now. That probably bought tickets in like fuck. I need that money right now. Just for food and Shit. You're totally right. How many people are just have zero? Check it's probably like fifty percent of the population in its enormously devastating to the economy. Yeah I mean we had some people working on our house had the fix something in the garage and I was like two. Pr People working or are they allowed to work. And everyone's just just doing social distancing and you know had some work done and they were like excited. Young people are happy to work out. Yeah I've been getting text messages and emails from people like being viable businesses and they counted on the money being in there every week and there was no plan on the table for anything that involves no one being able to work course. Why would anybody be prepared for this known? Of course no one knows. How long does it last in Wa- was reading something about California? They're talking about like shows and concerts. It might be six months. Yeah I believe it. I mean it's it is so April may June July August September. We wouldn't do shows until September so weird but I mean what will it be like also weird so weird but it'd be weird for everybody that's true that's true. Be Weird for the audience. Be Weird for everybody. I keep thinking to you know we. We know all these people in clubs and like they're like immediately have no job. The servers servers chefs. Yeah the servers. We gotta do something for them at the store for shore because they don't have any money it's not like they're comics who've saved up money and have no they count on that house and Bucks and the ban those shifts every week and kept out. Yup Yeah Yeah it's It's fucking weird man. It's going to be weird and everything rolls back up. A lot of restaurants are going to go under a lot of businesses. Yeah I think I heard something about the Marriot. Ceo Giving up his all his salary and everything just to like. Give it to some of the. I think I think maybe I'm plugging the wrong guy. But one of the CEO's was like you know just push it on down. Yeah I have a buddy of mine. Who RUNS A PRODUCTION COMPANY? And he layoff thirty people yesterday and he was just like. There's no money coming in everyone. No one's paying him everything. Shut down and you know and these workers will want you. Just pay US while. We're not working because I'm making money right. So what do you want me to do like? I don't know what you wanted to do. And there was this weird conversation because he was he was like what am I supposed to do and I'm like I don't I don't help. It never experienced that yet. I don't know what you're supposed to do. No because I don't know how much he's not rich. It's a dilemma man. Yeah because if he's he's running a production company right. Yeah so he has. A huge overhead has cameramen trucks and post production facilities. And all this different stuff and it. It's all dependent on money coming in and then when the money doesn't come in and then the payroll keeps coming out like you go dry radio. Quick Yeah I mean even if you have even if you have some money there's A. There's a limit to how long you could do that for. Yeah Yeah Yeah season but people that work for you. I guess just assume you make more money. You got enough money to pay me keeping me crazy. And he's like he's like I'm not rich. He's like I barely make enough money every year to live a good life but yeah not to pay thirty people. There's no money paying. You're paying thirty people. Let's just say they get one hundred grand. A year does so much money so much money that would be three million. Yeah right like that gone. I mean you have to be able to have government. We have a staff you know we. We we make podcasts. Yeah and we're continuing to do podcasts. So we can keep paying the staff weird right we. We can keep doing this. Yeah and then you gotta think also like if someone is doing that you have you know a thirty people that you're laying off day. Those people have to get unemployment. How much unemployment is there? It's a record number by four times. The amount that's ever been filed should like within the same like seventy two hours much money. They have to pay those people. I'm sure it's not enough at. I'm sure they don't have enough to pay the big. The numbers Thursday on the new ones. I numbers of like this is how many people have Daba job. Now to number is going to be crazed. It'd be nuts it's GONNA be crazy. And what is this quarter? GonNa look like on the books for this one and the next one. Actually this is you gotta assume. Let's let's be conservative and say forty percent of the country's out of work that's conservative right good question. I'm not really sure I don't know it's I mean I would imagine something like that. Like forty million people that were working probably at least are not working right. Now that we're working. This is worldwide of that numbers way fucking higher. Yeah I mean just in this country but worldwide so like half salacious really like we are not at a real OCTA. Some places have really locked down here. We're talking about that before the podcast. Yeah did you see the Italian mayors screaming at everybody stayed Al Cone Flakes? Yeah there's a video compilation Jamie. It's it's actually pretty funny is a video compilation of all these talion. Mayors fucking screaming at people to stay the fuck home. My cousin in Peru said. You can't walk your dog in Lima Right now. So where's your dog? Shit I guess in the House or something relations have Marshall Out of Shit in the house. We'd have a real issue. First of all he'd be so confused. You sure you want me to start doing this dude. Trust me just shit right there I do. She didn't shoot. Nobody leaves at home. Nobody goes out of scene. It's an order so watch out doing with these incontinent dogs. You need to stand home. People are dying. Don't you get it? This is super beautiful language. The Best Jewelry. Look more got two beautiful language. The best. I mean it's interesting. How like American language like the American the sound that we make within the way we speak English in America. It's Nice Melt. Stop Riding Layer is useless day at. You'll be just fine. I'll this hairdressers coming to your homes. Let the Halliday. Faw who the hell is going to see you? Some are going to your house. They came to my house and has been the People's house Do you have corona virus? Instead I hair spray the Rigatoni right. This is killing us. Everybody Tony Virus so racist. He can job. Where's your neck? Where are your hand gestures? Mayor who are you? What kind of Italian you not feeling this guy get out of your pencil. National Show today got shut them off. Jamie Funny Yeah. Well Italy's losing hundreds and hundreds of people daily yesterday was like five hundred. They said yesterday was the the first day where the number dipped. Yeah but I mean it's Dan before five hundred four hundred day before seven hundred ten. Yeah it's been going. It's been nuts but they do have the second oldest population in a of a major country in the world and a giant population of smokers. All smoke over there all day long. Every greeting is a kiss kiss affectionate. I'll Bayton each other smoke and figuring each other. Yeah Yeah I go to Italy every summer. Yeah this this summer. No maybe it'd be could discount fucking great country by the way I I mean a huge part of that. Gdp tourism. Yeah you know like I mean I wanna say like over fifteen percent It's going to be slammed for you. Know it's it's weird. It's like you wonder what what does a country. Due to sort of mitigate the issues that are being caused by that the only thing I keep thinking about how like when you think about how badly so many places are doing just that everybody else is doing you know what I mean. Yes is not one place. This is a worldwide pandemic. So yeah I mean that's the only thing you can think of as the only thing you can think of it's A. It's a strange strange time for us. I'm hoping that on the other end. We come out of this with a little perspective. You know the people that survived. Come out of this with a little perspective. Okay we got a good. We got it real fucking good. I think that perspective will last about seven days. Well with nine eleven months. Yeah yeah people will be like in New York. It lasted a few months. Yeah that's true. I think I think it was more special than your. It'll affect Italians for a long places that are devastated by it. I think so but I mean yeah people you know. Are you sure humans are just going to react to the current condition you? Yeah that's the problem with us. We're we get real comfortable. I saw that that The somebody tweeted or something that this whole thing is the Earth's vaccine and worthy virus. Who so the somebody someone trying to be profound someone? Try to be profound but then you start looking at their pollution's down the waters cleaner. The you know the fish are swimming in the canals of Venice. Agains good point. He's got a good point. I they have a point. We'll look at Los Angeles air quality than it's been ever for sure it's amazing. No one's driving. Yeah yeah but also eating. There's that part. Yeah well this. The way we live is ridiculous and are ridiculous even as bad as New York's ridiculous. New York's digits is the most ridiculous because there's literally stacked on top of each other. Yeah there's no getting away from anybody. They have the most ridiculous way of life and they love that life you know. They love the fact that they can go to a hundred different restaurants at midnight. Yeah sure and it's great to be. I mean I love being around it so I I like to visit. Yeah it is fun but I mean I would hate to be cooped up there right now. Oh It'd be terrible terrible. Get Out of the city. Yeah well are built. Yeah yeah toes telling you earlier. He went down to Maryland hilariously. Like don't tell yeah. He likes to keep his woman. The dark doesn't know the extent of what do you think I'm GonNa do. What was she doesn't have a fucking phone? He's like choosing this shit. Maybe that's why they get along so good she's like she balances him out a strange way. He is so funny to in that he of course was like fucking five days ago freaked out about that. He's doing so it's twenty four hours later he's like. I got to get out of the city. Where are you doing how you guys keeping Social Distance Mike? What's going on here? How did you switch where this text group group texts that we're in? We were all AKA. What happened what happened over the last twenty four. Yeah we'll go freak throats every time like who freak you out so funny when he three. It's a weird time but I get. I bet for burt special. Your special. This is gonNA be fucking Banzai. It's so bizarre. That is not a good word. Bonanza a bonanzas say. It is bizarre that so many people are forced to be home and they've already announced that all the views are up throttle streaming. Yes yeah yeah I mean but I. I've noticed too on PODCAST DOWNLOADS. Up The user content. You know yeah and you know it also. Kinda keeps them saying. It's like your show like your mom's house or this podcast or any podcast subscribe to. It's a part of the routine so yes at least there's some normalcy and I don't want to overplay that make. It seem like we're doing some great service no but there is something that does give people some comfort. I think it's that familiarity of Lake. I listen to Joe Show. It's on. This makes me just distract me from from the chaos for a little bit. I mean I guess that's why we're allowed to do it because we're considered part of media. Yeah you know. I think it's funny that my shows like well. Who farted allowed US today? But they're like media but it is. I mean look if the fucking regular news that horse shit if that's yeah yeah you know. If that's media were definitely media. Yeah I don't know these I think with time and like wisdom and having experienced an observed media for a while now and you get to a traumatic thing like this pandemic you. I really look at it. I watch news. I'm I've always consumed a lot of news. I'm like so much of this is just ridiculous. Sensationalism really is all that same. There's there's no different the big news organizations then those bullshit click things. It's almost like new nonprofit. I got a breaking story for you. I've forgotten I am. I cannot believe I almost forgot this. So you know the guy in those that the big Black Guy Yes. Kaku list explain to. That is a trick. People always say the link. Oh my God. It's it's now killing more twenty year olds in any disease every like what. It Click the link and is Jack Black Dude with addict. Looks like my leg sitting on the bed. He's like have you seen a bigger Dick Right? That's what his expression is. And it's limped its limp. Yeah there is area that guy so breaking news. Yeah this is news bad right. He's dead. He died a few years ago. So and by the way that the the that meam of like has gone viral every get twenty five a day from different people. I have a doctor friend. Who Jesus Christ? So it's like it's not just in like I'm sure people listening or watching have have have seen it as well so I was like. Who is this fucking Guy Right? You'VE GOTTA GET CURIOUS. You keep seeing this and it's like sort of like this sense of relief of from the seriousness of the day. Right you'll you'll be having you just seem like these people died and you know quarantines and then you get this ridiculous taxed and it's this guy so I saw an article where The photographer who took that photo was like He was like Oh. It's so sad that people are using his image that way because you know he passed away and and you know he thought it was kind of offensive that he was being used to prank or whatever and he said you know I've I saw the people started selling merch with this guy's face on it and he goes. I just wish he goes. I owned the photograph and I'm not trying to come after he when I wish they would. Share proceeds of that merge with the family so. I saw that and I was like Oh i WanNa do that so I launched a shirt with that guy's face on this wash your hands and then and then I go I go. I want to give the proceeds to this man's family so because of that article I reached out to people. I was able to get in touch with the photographer. The Guy who took that picture and then I found I got in touch with his the the models Fiancee who you know his extra. I mean what he passed away so anyways I contacted her. I found her. I've learned a little bit about this guy in that photo and I'm giving them the proceeds from The shirt sales all of them. All the prophets will go to them and also found that When he when he died like the family wasn't prepared financially for anything so they had set up a gofundme for his funeral in tombstone. And all that so I'm going to blast it out and I talked. They're happy with it. So that's not breaking news breaking that's important news. Jamie told Me Dick. Not really as big. I didn't get into that with her. I said that it's photo shopped. I've heard that as well I saw the original blog post it came from you did well see what the original hot and. I find it now. Oh please don't tell me that's going to take awhile you pull it up. I saw it on twitter. Let's see the original hog please Google it so you have to find the link like Google original big penis guys. I'm sure that'll find that. There's GonNa be a lot of show me the original Black Dick in Panama. Yeah but she Funny she was like you know this crazy is when I reached it. I found it took me like I was doing detective. Work Right now to find her and she was like. I found out about this team today. Oh she was like. I didn't even know this was a thing. How did she find people not sending it to her? I think so. Yeah and then someone was like. Hey you dead husband pillow. Yeah so anyways. Yep Oh well first of all. She's engaged to a porn star. That's true wasn't she wasn't now she was lying to me. She goes you know he was she goes. He did those photos. When it was a really bad time. In his life he needed money to save the House that he grew up in. That was his now. We just start slinging that big deck. Yeah so it's around. And how much money you make slinging Dick as a dude. I think fifty bucks now you can get more than I think they make much money. I think the girls make the money and even they don't make much money true. It is crazy when you think about in terms of like you did a blow bang for a five hundred like that raising needed mind. Yeah but if you need the money then you're just like who's going to see that. Yeah that's a good one people will pass it around. I saw a clip of it was like after a scene was shot and the girl was like. Is Anybody going to see this? And they were like they all serve. Look each other like yeah. It's going on the Internet. I don't want it to be there and they're like that's what you signed up for started to cry. No Yeah Yeah. If someone's really dumb they wind up doing porn. They don't get it like. What do you mean you saw it how you weren't there? How did you see it? How did you see I went online? No can other people see it and they have well. Here's the crazy thing. The sheer number of porn 's like how many porno videos are there dude. It's like an how much are they? How much you cranking out every day you go to any of those sites? It's just like everyday they're like. Here's ten thousand more. I just have a bit about. Who's why they make new porn because no one seen all of them? Yeah it's not like movies. We have to follow a plot jerked off to every porn ever. I mean no one. It has to be some people's world where they're just like so. Well some guys get obsessed with a girl you know when when you come in with new content. Yeah and they go to those only fans meet ups you know. The holiest the billboards in L. A. Yeah Dot Com. Yeah Yeah and the show footage or those with the hot chicks and then the guy's that's where the next corona virus is coming from those guys. Those guys sweaty handed dudes all those guys look like. They're in fucking tiger king. The scene that Netflix. Yes yesterday. We're watching s visit amazing amazing. I only got halfway into it though and I had. I had a phone call yeah. I'm three in unbelievable. Vowed to watch the rest of it. How did he lose? His legs. Spoiler type accident. He said yes. She's a tiger now. Because you see that bad bitch though who got her arm and she was back to work five days later she was like I was never upset about it. You know what type it off your fucking arm and you weren't upset. And she's taking their film with Stub what what's going on with her and they'd cameras on the Guy Joe Exotic. Yeah as it's happening. He's like I'm never going to finish the recover from this. Is the main financially recover? Well how about the one? They're talking about shutting them down. It's like this is going to be bigger than WACO. Oh God yeah what that's Tigers. Yeah he would. I'm sure he would dude. It's literally is my my bit from my last. No might triggered Netflix special. My Two Thousand Sixteen Netflix special. Come to life. Yeah that bit about Tigers in Texas. Yeah the you could just have them. Yeah I had a bit about had a bit years before that about the Ohio. All the guy. Yeah about that. They used to be like one of my. Guy Bleus brains out right is let let everybody out of the cage and then blew his brains out. Somebody else do with this. Let Tigers and lions and they're like and seeing the guy give the press conference he's like he's like This cat and then you look up. And he's like and Sixteen Lions Bach and they decided to run around and gun them down. Oh my God. It was not prepared for that either. It's cops game. Hunters is lucky to them all this. It's this they're not prepared for that in the same way. Cops ARE NOT TRAINED FOR COMBAT PEOPLE. Forget that like when there's these big shootings widen the cops go in that. They are not trained for that mission. Remember the North Hollywood shootout. Yeah of course I was on Newsradio at the time and we were all held up in the fucking. We were in the break room watching it. We're like the fuck we're like eating looking up at this camera. Where these guys wearing armored vests and powered rhyme sixteen shit. Yes shooting at cops craze that that I remember I was in high school and and I was watching that and I was like. That's what California's like that's only happening. California yeah people don't know that was a that was a game changer. That was a bank robbery. Were guys had like fully automatic machine guns and armored vehicles are vehicles but they have like full bulletproof vest and suits and yeah and they were fully locked. There were on steroids and coke and it was like real life grand theft auto shipman real life. Yeah like shooting these fully automatic at helicopters and Shit to anybody that came in the way I remember there was one coked up and everything so yeah sure. There was one activist that was upset because the cops let one guy bleed out there like they could have taken him to the hospital and they chose not to like what the fuck is wrong but it made me realize like there's going to be people that complain about everything no matter what everything everything and they just WanNa be heard. It's like they just want. They want to have a hot take on things and they. They're just waiting for the the group of people that go like good point. Yeah that feels. Basso is going to be people that do that too. Yeah there's so many of us there's always going to be someone agrees with your stupid point. Yes true yeah. And that's that's what that's what like social media thrives off. Oh Yeah I have a stupid point to make agrees with me. There's always someone no matter what there's always something like you can have the most ridiculous point There's always gonna be someone like I'm with him. This is just a numbers game. Yeah and then they find those people and then they get on a reddit page some somewhere and they they all get together and then the agree with each other. Yeah and they think the rest of world's fucked and then they they just have this echo chamber. Yeah people doing that. I mean that's what flat earthers do. Sure I mean if you ever doc on recommend the did you watch them die. I watch the. Did you see rocket men die? No wait you won't see that okay. Yeah he Shot that rocket up in the air to try to prove that the earth was flat and they didn't fasten the parachute correctly to the capsule and so the parachute goes off with the initial launch. Oh fuck yeah the parachutes gone like right away. And then it falls down here goes wash late. So what's happening here? So this guy. He decided he was going to prove that the earth is flat so he built a rocket and launched himself up into the air. He'd done it once before. But this time he launches a really high to try to film the Earth so wash boom the shoes gone. Oh he shoots straight up in the air and then like Oh my God. What is this breaking news at least fucking idiots so watch it comes down right here there? It is oh. So that's he's system that full speed on the way down and he's waiting for the pera shot go off boom. Yeah no parachute Just BOMB EXPERIMENT. Go not good now. Well not good or perfect touted. The how did these guys really think that I mean? How fucking dumb are you dip dumb? But here's the other thing how how gross it than a video like that. You have to have like an coming up next giant. Have some respect you fuck. Jesus Christ it's You know did you stuck in like the crazy shit. Have you seen like Tom? Hanks comments about crony virus in other comments in his posts. No Dude all the top comments are like you are a pedophile. You fucked all these kids and it's like dozens of yes. Tom Hanks will it? Because there's like that. There's like flatters I'm saying there's the people who are like Hollywood. Is a pedophilia considered it is. I mean I I went to just be like. Oh what's recovering? I always went to his page. Is this twitter. No instagram. And it's like significant number of them and like with hundreds and thousands of lakes and bought. Yes who have never heard this. Tom Hanks is a. I think. They think that any high a list Hollywood person automatically pedophile. God's son responded. Did you see that no? No 'cause made this weird videos last recently. Like voice and stuff yeah. He made a video trolling. Everyone's saying like we're in the LUMINOSITY. Oh that's funny and like. Oh God what's up everyone It's true my parents got krona. Virus Crazy They're both down in Australia right now. Because my dad shooting. A movie down there Off along with them but the instagram comments fine. They're not even that sick to. They're not worried about it. They're not tripping but they're going through the necessary health precautions obviously but I don't think it's anything to be too worried about. I appreciate everyone's concern and this is not the one where he talks about the luminosity. Hey guys I'm really stressed out right now. it's been coming to my attention that a lot of trump supporters had been figuring out the truth about me and my family. You know being in the you know what I'm talking about and I don't know what to do right now because everything's starting to come to light. I mean these extremely reliable websites. Four Chan Chan have been exposing shit. And it's like if somebody wrote it on the Internet. You know it must be true and it is true so it's like. I don't know how this is going to affect whole new world agenda Ever since the simpsons predicted my dad being the spokesperson for the Corona virus even though they didn't predict anything Is it's just been it's been troublesome to say the least I guess we're going to have to work extra hard at my human sacrifices. I'm late for one right now and I'm a little hungry so I might eat. Someone's okay okay. That all seeing eye tattooed middle of his chest tattoos. It's Weird Chore. Apper what do you got there? I was looking at a pulled up The hanks's comments like they're so outrageous. You know it's like What what started it off I. It's it's this whole concept that like any a-list Hollywood type. I don't know what the origin is of that. But if it's like you know Spielberg Hanks crew. Getting those big time names. They're like you're part of the pedophile. And it's just that's how they get to be huge you have to be a part of the pedophile ring. Become a big movie star. I think so so exhausting. It's so exhausting. These fucking people. It's exhausting again. We need disease. It kills morons. This could be it. I don't think it is now. Yeah they're invulnerable. Would it feels like a disease that literally lower stover? Iq Of the world? Look if you're really smart you just Die Dying. Oh my God. This is a weird disease to my friend. Dr Peter Attiyah. He said there. There's some speculation that it might be related to genetics and blood type people that are more vulnerable to it. Right isn't Oh type. O positive seems to be the least vulnerable in a seems to be the most vulnerable interest. I don't even know type should know. I don't don't them dom takes my doctor. You should find out Bro if you're vulnerable and then don't let burt sneeze on you. He's going to survive everything. Everything will be fine and now at the end of the vall he'll be like eighty five. I really do hold a wakeup call for him. And he gets off those fucking medications. We talked about yesterday. Yeah getting up blood. Blood pressure medication. Know he's fat. He's needs to stop in fat if he stopped drinking. So much. Wouldn't need blood pressure medication he's fucking boozing every night if he just took three months off an exercise in eight well and didn't drink bullshit and didn't eat sugar. I guarantee you wouldn't need any of that. Well this actually. The benefit of this is that you know where he really goes. The hardest is On the road yes. The Road Really Fox with him. We talked about that yesterday. Like I asked him if he was a prisoner to this sort of image that is created and he's like kind of yeah definitely. I mean that party animal images it's unsustainable. Also he doesn't you know he has. That personality doesn't let somebody down so if somebody even if he's done for the night and he's like all right. I'm definitely going in and somebody's like hey man one more shot he's going to do he's going to do it. The Hunter S. Thompson Fan. No no I never I never really got into. It was exposed to it that much big fan of his and when he died will saddest. Things was watching the interviews before he died. Because he was a heavy boozer drug. You know that deep into his sixties right. I think how many died. Who's in the seventy s? When he died he seventies tops when he died. Just what are you doing? I finally just found that link and other guys original. Dick took me till fucking dumb deep on the Internet right now. Do you want to see where I'm at or we'll just show the Dick? Let's see the original Dick. He's deep run. It's huge different picture. But that's different bigger. It's the same photo shoot right. But where's the actual photo? Will you see what I'm saying I hold on? I got into someone's asking until we're down. Scroll down growing. Oh Jeez yeah but yeah. This is like no. You're mean thing and guys a giant Dick there dude. I don't know what you're talking about with the size of his to say one is different. Well that's a weird angle right there where you could make that bigger. We can analyze it. Yeah let's do it. It's not a small Dick. I think you're wrong Jamie. I think it's the same hog hot muscle bear. Oh muscle bear so. He was doing that kind of porn. Yeah Oh okay. I think he's doing he's doing solo shots. You know okay pictures of me. Pictures beat off. Yeah there's a lot of money in that maybe I don't know certainly fans Jamie What were we just talking about before that we were talking about? Burt and partying and Onto the road not being on the road. Yeah we pass that though. We're talking about new stuff. People home screaming fogging when I even high about that. Now not even. Hi My my memory socks. You'll be being a prisoner though to that hundred Thompson contrast houses when he was oh. How old was he died? That's the question when he died You barely could understand a word. He was saying because he was just stumble all his words and together six. That's incredible I think I remember that. Didn't he kill himself? Football game no. He killed himself because NFL was over sweat and there was no nfl because after the super bowl. Or something right. Wasn't you know argument with his wife? Shot at her with a pellet gun and then went inside and blew his brains out. Something you know something along those lines but when he died before he died he would go on Conan Take Conan with him in the backyard. And if you've ever seen those videos this house of Woody Creek which is outside of Aspen. Any would shoot guns out there and had Conan come and visit them and You could barely understand a word. He was saying he was so fucked up as like his his ability to express himself was just gone. It was just all the words blurred and mumbled together. It's danger of that kind of thing. Sure twenty years from now keeps going hard in the paint every night. I mean when hunter was in his forties. He was fine when hunter was in his forties when he was running for. Sheriff I think I think maybe it's thirty. S I don't know it's just that life of boozing so unsustainable pot-smoking thing is so sustainable. It's so shocking. Like you talked to Tommy John. He's fine he he's like eighty years old. It's been smoking pot his whole life. He can talk to you fine but the booze will wear news. Crushes you as true. Who'S THE OTHER AUTHOR? Guy Really got fucked up. Yeah man a mighty Di was it. Alcoholism was no way knows that I did know forget but I remember. He looked like fucking shit. He looked like how remember Mickey Work Played Them? In that movie barfly. I don't remember no. Yeah Me Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway. I just remember Lucchino came. Yeah I'm probably related to alcohol. But when he I remember the the footage of the documentary crew is in his house. You fucking kicks her. The girl would that's how they rocked it all day long. That was the way they lived. Yeah yeah that white trash romanticize white trash boozy life. It's very strange. Because he was a brilliant poet. Yes you would write interesting shit and you'd go. Wow that book a post office in casting no deal out great stuff. Great short pieces. Yeah but you know. His life was just gross. Yeah Yeah it was Hollywood. Gross you know like live in Hollywood is going to the bars bars bars. Yeah Smoking Talking. Slow man no. I can't Ima- I mean thinking about. It makes me feel sick like to be in bars straight and and smoking all day all day. Yeah just going to bars and talking shit. Yeah there's some funny videos of him reading reading his stories read doing public readings and people erupting threatened to stab them. Yes fucked up. Yeah he was. He was a wild dude. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean but that was part of his appeal. Part of his appeal was that. Here's a guy it's like. He's not trying to be commercially successful. He's not trying to buy a mansion and have a big yard offense. He's just living in some shitty apartment drinking heavily and just cranking out work. I remember reading stuff for the first time and just being like. I didn't know anybody who wrote like this is how he would be so vulgar. D- Too. I know yeah I really liked it. You should see barfly. It's weird. He plays he does a weird take on them to Toews told my friends. He's always getting in fights he's like at this bar getting fucked up and getting in fights getting his ass kicked. But it's it's just this agreement that everyone has like everyone's fucked up in your all just GonNa meet together at this place and be fucked up together. Yeah live your fucked up lives. Yeah drunk man. It's not for me but I enjoy watching it. Do you have moments with Bert? Were you were alone with them. Off Camera we try to talk some sense into him about his crazy lifestyle booze. Yeah yeah sure. Yeah I've talked before about it. I mean you know the thing about him is that he's so like high functioning and he he's he is the perfect person to be. He has the perfect defense of like. I'm fine because he he can do so much. And you know he's not sleeping and he's getting up you know with with the kids for school he's going on towards he's always says he goes back to bed does he. Yeah I don't know that it goes back to drinking eleven. Joey goes back to bet. Joey set tells you gets up with the kids. Mother fucker sleeps till two in the afternoon really goes right back to bed. Joy Toby he goes. I got too fucked up the other day. He's like even me. I what happened some four hundred milligram thing. I fell asleep like in a no. No no four hundred like millions. Oh He's like Thompson Gorge. You know he says you know your full fucking name Yeah Eminem might teeth sleep apnea machine? He's like it was bad. My wife saw me and she was like what are you doing he was. What do you prefer that I do this? So I'm out that Robin people it gives you fucked up option. Yeah she was like good point. It's not a good point. Now those are the two options you have if anybody if I had a magic wand in one person to fix their lifestyle. It'LL BE JOEY. It'd be clean clean up his diet. Yeah that's gotta be as unhealthy as Bert if not more. Because he's so big and you know he's sixty years old almost you can't you can't last being that big and he's this is already but he's already in a much better place than he was ten years prior right. Yes but we'll know ten years ago. He Lost Shitload await okay. There's one point time we lost like eighty pounds. Yeah member Ason too big he. That was his gain weight again reasoning for gaining weight. But he can do it like red-banded that to write band got really skinny. Red Ben got one sixty he did. Remember that yes and then I went a long time without seeing them then. I saw him again. He put on a bunch Lou. But he's a Cape I mean we're all capable of it. You know I go up and down all the time. I'm just like you know for me. You can always tell if I'm gaining weight. It's not exercise for me. It's that I started eating sugar again. you know worked out like crazy last year. There was points where I was working out like out of seventy five days. I work out sixty two you know but I was not dropping weight. 'cause you're eating. I was eating. So yeah you WanNa reward for that hard working out. Yeah and then I also sometimes it's not even the cake it's like I'll I'll just you see somebody who works out a lot and eat like a large balance. I'll be like well. I wouldn't do that. You know you do eat nothing but duck eggs the whole month through so much weight do we. J- is in my mouth. You lose so much weight but I have to limit noise. You make me eat a duck. You really going to cripple the duck egg industry suck my dick all those cakes on us. I'm GONNA stick to chicken eggs better. They're better people are. Maybe I cook them wrong. I'm sorry duck egg people. Yeah you'RE GONNA get some messages about them. But I have to do the painting. Fasting have to yeah click. The only way that I'll not blow up. Did you quit the Carnivore Diet? How long did you last? I did it hardcore for about a month and then I did column for the diarrhea went away about ten days. I got a text when you this diarrhea those Donna. She was was training diary astonished at photos. My phone that saved because this is crazy. I've INC the other real special diarrhea that I had was when I went from like just doing that hardcore to having some Greens but like meat you know meat fat and then like some Greens. That was fine. It was when that first day of like fuck it GonNa have some pasta and a donut today and then it was. Just immediate. Crazy Shit's crazy shit's make up your mind. Yeah I made a punish. Oh go ahead to hold onto the side of the seat launch. It was like rocket man. Really really extraordinary. Yeah Yeah there's a volume that's astonishing right. It's like the mount comes out as an eight that much you would know to. You had this warning your stomach. Does things tells you like. You're going to sit down for this one. There's like little explosions and pumped up when you feel the liquid you feel in your Gotcha my asshole muscles though. That's good because I W- I was clamping down so often and then I barely made it to toilet. That is yeah this is I just never saw it coming because most of what I was eating before was kind of carnivore esque and then I would have like a little bit of vegetables or pasta or something like that but I lost twelve pounds in a month month and then got shredded. Pretty easy and I kept most of it off. I gained maybe three or four. 'cause I I went back to eating pasta and bread and during this quarantine. I'm not on any diet. I'm just I'm my concern is just I mean. What if it's hard to get food? Yeah you know I wanNA make sure that I'm just eating. Yeah I'm not. I'm not thinking about the where. Diet is real big concern. I mean you know. I'm not trying to like go off the rails. But it's no yeah. Yeah ten on the in that month. Oh that's pretty good. Yeah Yeah Yeah. If you just cut out the sugar you just feel so much better to you. Do and use an I see the fucking. I see the dark cycle. That happens when you start with sugar like when I started being like led this today and that tomorrow Oreo yet double stuff or you and then I. I realized that like I don't even want it but I'm craving it you know and I it fucking. Yeah does thing that I get when I'll eat carnivore while have a big stake right. Who's all eat a steak and then I'm done? I'm done eating but unless I wanNA cookie then. I can have more room more room for that cookie. Yeah yeah or Pasta. Got More Room for that Pasta. It's incredible in the carnivore thing. The amount that I can eat and not feel like that stuff feeling that all at all like when he to announce fucking T- button and you feel fine. You don't feel wrecked no yeah. It's the best feeling after food because you don't feel like you fucked up. Yeah you feel like you like you have all your mental capacity. You have your your full mental capabilities. You can think and talk. And when I eat a big bolt like lasagna or something. I'm not talking to nobody about nothing. No have you talked to me I. I don't know what I'm saying I'm just going what. Yeah what are we talking about? Rain shuts down. And I start to go like those types of burbs the starts to push out more. And then I'll start ripping crazy farts like I made this pasta dish and last night. I farted so crazy she goes. Do you even respect me anymore but I mean this is what's going on this happens. This is marriage. The kids understand farts yet like My oldest will be like you're a Fart. He's four and he loves him. He talks about him and and he even has that thing that like like almost implied. Shame like did you just like no. I didn't far you fought like I mean like you. Don't WanNa be the farther. Yeah and then my. My youngest is twenty months you far. He's like he just like nods and smiles. Who thinks it's great? He thinks it's great farts are always going to be funny with some kids. Yeah just one of those things two little boys man they just they love it. Got a little savages. I do my oldest. Is like he called me a little fuck the other day. Whoa WHOA and through little in there. Because you little fuck and I was like what over what it was like. Hey No you can't have that right now. He was like. Oh He's fucking. What was that he goes? You Little Fuck you. You don't do that. Don't do that. Daddy you do that for a living. Yeah exactly right. He goes your jerk. You don't call me that either. Where are you getting this Comu- fuck you little fog? Little Fuck you to let them watch you on St on television. I've I've tried to do it for a moment to see what his interest like. Hey check this. Who's this and it'll be like me. I'll show it to him and he's like yeah. Anyway he just immediately tells me he's like put the fucking possible back on. Yeah I know they don't care it's you you're right here right in front of me. Shit. If you're on the phone doesn't care one day's GonNa appreciate your kids yet. They get weirded out but they see people approach. You do not like that. They do not like that. Yeah my my littlest especially does not like that. Like because people don't pay attention to her they just started talking to me and if she's talking to me people interrupt her to talk to me He gets really angry on me. Yeah it makes sense that makes sense eldest saw it somebody talking to me and he just he was like they walked away he was just. I could tell he wanted to be like what was that all about. You Know Guy yes like my kids always do you know him Mike no night but he comes up to like you knows you. I took them a while to figure out. They've never seen me perform but one time we were all in Irvine together. And I was doing the Improv and I snuck backstage with Mike. You WanNa see what the crowd looks like and then like. They like peek behind the counter. Like oh my gosh. How many people will yeah. I go and this is only a comedy club. This isn't even theater and not even an arena. Yes crazy yes. I want them to come to an arena. One day that was e bonkers at is after. Because it's so bonkers of course it's got going to blow their mind. They'd be like wait a minute. Wait a minute. Yeah who knows if that will ever happen again. I know who knows? Yeah this look. No one saw this coming. I mean people put on like concerts and sporting events and entertainment has is completely other than this Kinda Shit. Yeah yeah is that somebody was. I saw these ideas because people were doing virtual perform whatever you can go live and play a guitar seeing in there like people what he should do like virtual comedy shows like you. You have to have the live audience. Was that Dude's name. Did that. One Comedy Special Drought Comical filmed. It out through knows name but I know you've been no audience comedy. It's a strange concept terrible idea. Yeah drivers tell me I was like what? Yeah what are you GONNA do? Well I think the idea of played out like audience said you mean the most important part of comedy show. The fact. Is People there to laugh. It's funny right. I think they took a swing. Y- didn't work out. I mean I guess you know I respect taken high risk. You know. That's a dumb wrist. That's like I'm going to swim but with no water. What do you think they're gonNA swim in the bottom of the pool? I'm just going to see who can just do swimming motions. Yes how fast I can get across the pool. It's it is strange. I mean that's one that I never thought somebody would try to. Do I never thought. Hbo Ago Great Idea. It's real signs off on a lot of outrageous ideas. They know what they're doing. I mean they made thrones so they probably like well. We know it we got. Yeah Yeah Yeah we're shit. Will they hit a home run? I sure Ev- every cycle of shows. They always have you on that goes. Oh my God. Did you watch The outsider no. It's great. I watched millions. That was fantastic. I didn't see that that's the McDonalds one is that. Hbo's well good. My cousin made that grail. Your cousin made cousin made it no shit. Yeah it's it's fantastic. It is such a cool fucking story the whole scope of that scam is it will fucking blow your mind. What is the scam? So it was a lottery thing or something like that from so you obviously remember the monopoly game that you would play. I don't so you're kinda healthy but back shit so but it. It was humongous. So what happened was they would do it. Like maybe like twice a year where they would go the monopoly. Mcdonald's game what happen is you go to McDonald's and you would buy a happy meal or big Mac and on like the fries and the drink would be like a peel off thing and you could win prizes so you pull off a thing and you like you could win. It could be something as small as like you want free fries so you could be like I got you know I want another order of fries or coke or a Jetski or a car and then they were cash prizes million dollar prizes so by by playing the game which was essentially. Buy Something. Buy Meal and it would drive up sales. Obviously right like sales will go way up because people wanted to win these prizes. Will everybody one for this? I want to say I forget now but like fifteen year period or something. They were all in on a scam. They were all fake winters. A guy was stealing pieces and giving them to people connected to him. It was all ally. Nobody was legitimately. How did he do that? That's the whole that's the series man. It's ends docking fascinating because that one point there's the guys giving it to you know people he knows and they're talking about in the series like people connected them after a while. It's like it's weird that you know ten winners of our have won in this three hundred mile radius in eight of them. Talion really quick. We've got to branch out a little bit because no one's like tipped off yet. Because the guy was Italian he was going to like friends and family. Yeah it was it was really fucking crazy and then mazing. They kept their mouth shut. They kept their mouth shut and they would have gotten away with it. I mean they were getting away with it. It was just it was. They got tipped off. Fbi got tipped off and then this whole investigation. That's what the series. It's a six part series. That's what it reveals is just the scale the scope of this incredible scam. It was a scam. And did this guy worked for McDonald's no there's all these different characters in it but basically McDonald's had to hire a company that would oversee the game like the security of the game. They would also have to hire another company to print you know like the game pieces and all that and within those companies the corruption light. Mcdonald's didn't know and it it it but the story is fast in the characters are outrageous to Colombo families part of it. You know the crime family. I gotTa Watch it. It's good man. It's really good. The there's so many of those multi series or multi show documentaries. Now that are fascinating. Oh yeah like wild wild country like that Kinda Shit where you're just like. Why and when and when these networks get behind a something like that like this tiger king to thing you're like man you know that's why you need that platform right like an HBO flex to be like tell us the whole story right. It's fucking awesome. Yeah or wild country right country you need something that's going to play out for five or six episode past were were three episodes in you like the fuck. Did I not know this was that one? Do you remember the one a couple years ago? Was it the staircase something like that? I never saw that one. That was fucking good to have someone killed his ex-wife. Yes Dude and you just cannot believe some of the twists and turns of something like this just and then there was like the part of that I mean I'm jumping around and the will theory where like maybe an owl came and attacked her. And that's what yes cowl. Yes and they're like they were hours in that area. It could've happened. People have all these conspiracy theories. It's amazing what's amazing is how many people got away with crimes before like DNA evidence you really think about how like how easy it probably was for people. Yeah Twenty five years ago. You're a sociopath. Yeah Yeah just travel around whacking people. No cameras no DNA. Yeah I mean the. What's the big one that we just the golden state killer? Well that was the one the patent Oswald's wife was working. Yes he. She was writing that book. What do you plan over there? Yeah Oh sorry. What is it is looking? At the video that Robert durst Guy. He's on trial right now. The that fucking series suicide guys Nasdaq. His name's Robert. What was the show called? Remember that's where I got song. Yeah Blood Yeah Yeah. I remember that I was in a we. Were doing a GIG and I was like check out the song that that's where I got that Song. A bad blood. The Jinx kinks. Did you watch it fucking neck solent? Yeah I read that story but I didn't watch the it's really good and it's super crabby. But like you're following along and then in the final episode and he's doing his weird fucking black is you know. There's no color they're black and he gets up to use the restroom and the Mike still hot and he's talking to himself in the restroom. You see like the cameras like locked off filming a wall. He's like killed them all. You don't realize kill them all. It's fucking weird moment. Does he? Such black is that about I I can. I don't know man this. This trials going on right now might be on. Hold because of the show started Earlier this month two weeks ago. That's really cool series. How crazy is the Harvey Weinstein? Has Dan Ronan now? That's GONNA kill him right. I think so. I mean we don't know but he really looked like I mean. He always looked like shit but he looked particularly a hot bag of. Shit like trial. Oh got it for the sentencing came in with the Walker and everything like what the fuck do you think that that was a scam that he was trying to pretend that he was more than he was. Probably probably I mean he was a movie producer so he knows bright. You had to play it up. Yeah but he did look like shit he really did in a way that you can't fake like his face was hanging off. Look fat as you did. Look like he was like. I don't know like needing that support off of that. You know I mean. The Guy was walking upright a few months ago. It seemed like I know well. Also the stress of that life of having the the weight of his past come tumbling down on him and imagine going up to Harvey Weinstein Four Years Ago. And go dude. I want to show you what the future looks like for you. He fuck out of here. That's never going to happen. Never never man yeah. I mean imagine going later mansion going up to cosby telling him that like you're the most beloved father figure in this country. I mean just before that like just before things went sideways. Not He wouldn't have been like really talking about yeah. I almost think that his story is less shocking. The result the Harvey Weinstein thing. I guess I didn't know he was a piece of shit. I had no idea but I knew that cosby was right. We all kind of heard that causes a piece of shit. We all knew anything about Harvey Weinstein. Just knew he made movies. I Yeah I guess I mean with Cosby is an. He was a womanizer. I didn't know there was like you know date rape many anyway. I had heard that you heard that I heard that on the set of newsradio. Wow and then nineties. I heard that he was drugging women. Well that's when he was probably pretty active with it. You know it was. I think the one was the cosby show on the air in the late. Eighties early nineties. I think so. It was probably just getting done. Yeah I was on Newsradio was ninety four and I remember like what he drugs people looks. I think Candy Alexander's wanted so they were talking to you. I mean there's probably people on set that had experienced it. Maybe yeah yeah could be but I hardly. I didn't know anything about I. Just the Harvey thing. I just thought he I mean just a big fat ugly movie producer and also I think when that story first broke there was some idea. Like is kind of implied. This guy was a gross. You know like show me your tits kind of guy. I didn't write as the story. Details came out. You know. There's like a full blown rape rapist that you would read about in the newspaper. You know what I mean like. He actually push women down at them down. He's he's a real fucking animal and then he was like what I mean. He fully shameless completely disassociates with what he did. I think he was living this crazy life where he could get away with anything. King. I mean we've talked about this before that like that behavior of kings like gluttonous power behavior. Where they just yell at everyone off with their head. Kill bring her over here just like that Kinda Shit. So when you also that history revealed the like the scope of payroll He had like photo. Journalists Editors I think law and for all types of people on like mafia shit. Like I pay you two fucking watch out for my bad deeds. So he really was doing well. Even more disgusting was in his contract. Like if you have one sexual harassment claim. It'll cost you this much. If you have to. You have to pay US this much. Like it was written into his contract so they knew they knew they knew how come nobody else gets in trouble for that. Yeah I don't know I mean how do you what do you? What do they know? That's the question in jail hospital rikers son. But in the end they're medicating so you think that's top tier qualities are up here. Top of the food show. God Damn they have a bunch of chronic cases right not rikers. It's like a it's a big issue. Of course you have no windows or letting a bunch of people out right now that have probation violations or some. Oh let them spread. It could move. That's the next thought Larry. Yeah let them out unless you letting amount into a furnace. Fuck that Shit. If it did that to that Olympic swimmer that thirty one year old guy was going to Harvey Weinstein. Oh my God no. He's he's this is what I want to talk to you about the fucking comments of people mad at you. Because you're doing shows in Spanish are hilarious. I get a bunch of emails. How larrea how mad people get well. The funny thing is like so for people that don't know like I just. I got a deal with Netflix. Where they were like do an English special and then a Spanish special and they actually offered me to translate that special and shoot it. I was kind of boring so I'll try to. You know work on some new stuff for the Latin audience and translate like a few bits and then in order to shoot it I just. I just need a bunch of reps in English. I just need shows in Spanish so I started doing that. You know and started doing is. Are you fully fluent like you could have conversations with people is no hitch? You'd have a conversation with me. Yeah I can have a conversation with anybody in Spanish. And you've been like that your whole life like times where the the level of fluency goes higher especially from immersed like living right and this is my cudi practice with. Yeah I mean. There's definitely I have my hiccups in that like I might grammatically say something incorrectly They'll definitely know what I'm saying. And then that's one of the things I work on is that I record these. I send them to a Spanish tutor. I go really go. Did I say anything incorrect in this spirit to like? What the Fuck is wrong he goes. I'm going to she goes. I am not going to comment on your material. she goes. It's not what I'm used to but I'll help you with the grammatical things so she you know she'll be like you should have said. Lionore instead of okay so we work on things like that you know like make sure you say it correct because the main thing is. I don't want someone to be distracted because they're like that sounded right of course so broken English. I guess you know. I don't know fluency levels probably like eight or nine or something but I mean it gets better the more I I work on it and it gets worse the longer I leave it. So that's why I started doing the podcast and Spanish. That's why I've been Doing these shows and all I did was I would announce Hamadou a Spanish show. I did one in Oxnard. I did one in Ontario. I had these Texas one's booked for April where one night in each of this in Houston Dallas Austin San Antonio and when I posted them. They're like people were like. Hey these shows are in Spanish what it says in the fucking on the marquee on the ticket on like this show is in Spanish. And they're like I can't fucking understand it though because I don't speak Spanish. I'm like I know this is for somebody else. And they're like they're like well. Why don't you add? Show an English and you know you're trying to go like well. I will do that show in English later like when the English our is ready because I'm just releasing a special so I gotTa build a new hour before I come to Houston and show it you know. And they're like. Yeah but you just do it. You should just do it while you're here and I'm like yeah but that's not you know but people have been like you're a fucking idiot for doing the Spanish. Why do you put it on your instagram right? Yeah I left there. There handles out Yeah I read a few of them also cry got more got more. I bet you do. Oh Yeah Yeah and people are like the ones I bought the ticket and I didn't realize that this was Spanish and I would like a refund. I'm like don't talk to me about it first of all on the site. It's it's called Tom. Cigarette in Espanol. And that's what it says and then it's like if you speak English. This is not the show for you and they're like I didn't look at it. I'm like what are you going to do man? So you take on craigslist? Yeah so yeah. People got fired up at me for not adding the English. Imagine if you were responsible for returning all your tickets like you'd never be able to do anything. Do you get messages like that. Hey I want to exchange this ticket. I don't know what kind of messages I I don't know I. I'm so much happier it's don't know oh. I'll tell you this. My special came out today. I have not gone to look at. I read some good reviews of your shit. Yeah okay go ahead and haven't even checked it out. Yeah I read. I read a couple of good reviews in some. I think one of them was Washington Post. It's great that's cool. Yeah I'm happy but I I don't get into the I do remember last on the last tour you know especially on the bus. You just sit in there. You read everything. Reading three people are like I bought Tickets Friday show rather come to Saturday show and like only at the Chicago theatre okay. Like Abdu hit them up. What am I going to do? They're like you can figure this out for me like okay. Jeff you have plenty of time to be twenty minute. Phone CALLS TO RERUN YOU Steve to get the Saturday tickets. Yeah no it is but do you Post in and walk away right. Yeah I don't read Shit so way to. I've been doing that for a long time now. It's amazing changes everything if you have disciplined bef to have the discipline and not read your comments. Yeah you know because I know people that read them and they go crazy and they respond to them and argue with them. Like that's the that's the problem too is that you not only have to avoid reading if you are reading you have to not engage in the back and forth. No you can't you can't because a lot of people are just trying to get your attention and then a lot of people are also crazy. Yeah if you're writing to me you're talking to the void. Yeah not read anything. It's just better that way man. Yeah it's better for you mentally for sure for sure. Yeah Yeah it's just You only have so much time and you get trapped reading stuff about you and go what who said that. Why are they saying that? Like you know if you fucked up you know if he said something stupid. Do just try your. Yeah you know especially like what we do and especially if we're doing shows or podcast or anything like that where you're getting high and you talk crazy trying to be funny and sometimes you swing and mess and sometimes sometimes you hit a home run and yeah you never know. But if you'd delve into the comments start reading all the things that people say about you and tailoring your your act towards. You're you're you're tailoring your podcasts. Or your way you're talking based on the kind of people that are willing to leave comments in the first place right and you're also catering to the loudest voice. Yeah you're saying like Oh you're loud exactly I'll okay. That is the number one problem with social media. That's what I've tried to explain to people that were like. Read Social Media and talk about twitter and instagram. Unlike well there's so many right wing trump supporters that this there's so many left wing Bernie supporters to do that and the Bernie Bro and this and that and no. That's not true. What's true is on the fringes of the left and the right you have losers that spend all their time calling people out and talking Shit Online and I've studied. These people started these people for years. Because I've been fascinated by people that engage in these twitter beefs with people. And so I have a few of them bookmarked and I go to check them at some of them. I would bookmark number like this guy has done nothing but talk shit online for their well of our crazy. And there's a lot of them like that there's a lot in the most virtuous the ones are trying to get the most reactions and they're calling out celebrities for this calling out people for that. There's just so much of that on mine. I it reminds me of something some some things. Someone says. Just stick with you sometimes. Yes you know like and you just. I don't know that you can't explain. Why but you're just sticks with me. I remember one time Talking Guy. Who Goes you know? There's a lot of unstable people out there and I hear his voice all the time. Like about this type of yeah. There's a lot of unstable people a lot of unstable people that also have access to a phone. Yeah and then they just start running off to the races basically. Yeah there's a lot of that but also you know it's a lot of nonsense on both sides just the social media just the wanting people toll like you like. Did you see that? Imagine Song all those knuckleheads got together and saying imagine. There's no heaven. This is not the time when everyone's Grammy's dying. You fucking idiot to sing. Imagine there's no heaven hinders this sense of you. Feel like they've that they feel like they did something different. She's so happy. She's Al Godot. Whatever wonder woman she this beautiful smile on her face and so happy to sing that. Thank you just like like she's seducing you yeah. I lost my job at the meat packing plant but gala Godot Sanger man. It's a terrible version. You suck at singing. Yeah why even singing publicly depots but I. I tried to do one where I first of all I tried to do that. Go Imagine I just started laughing hysterically so then I did one where I go. I want you guys. So let's just jerk off together reaching then I go. I'm not used to this hand. This hand just try to connect with fans but it's such a dumb move at an. I can't believe how many Pe- I guess she must reach out to them. Send me a US singing. And they WANNA be like tight with their sheer wonder woman. Yeah I'll do it. Yeah okay okay. I couldn't keep us. I tried to stay off. Fuck off line you fuck off your phone your video. You may try to do it because I wanted to. I wanted all of us to to market. I think I have it. I think some comics did something like that. Yeah yeah he did I saw Eric Andrea them. Slop on slob on my knob. That's what they did did they. Yeah they did like a parody of it was great. What's the weird thing? Is You know people are sitting around going. Oh people think I'm cool. Yes I do this you know instead of like just capturing a genuine moment in your life which is really hard to do on social media anyway because you feel like a fucking Dork. You know. It's a weird feeling though is like let Magin you had worked with cow right. I thought about this too like you did you. We're GONNA move your somewhere. And then she hits you up ham trying to do this. You have that moment of pause especially as a comic because you have so much self awareness where you're like it's going to be lame shit and then you have to figure out a tactile no voter just just one hundred percent one hundred percent first of all. I could give two fucks whether or not. I'm ever in a movie against ever another to Fox whether or not I talked to her so posts version. You'll be like what's up and she's like we'll use seeing imagine a line for imagine if I'm friends with her like if I've had conversations saying I would have to say. Listen you're awesome. I think you're great. That is that is a ridiculous idea. It's so lacking in self awareness and so ridiculous. I let me tell you what I would do if I even if I wasn't a comic if I saw someone do that. I'd like what in the fuck. Do you think you're accomplishing with this? I felt so much better today seeing celebrities saying imagine you made it better. It may not really I mean. Grammy died choking on her own vomit. But I feel like the world better because Google does so pretty cow. Godot and she started off. Imagine there's no heaven and then at the end big smile. She did a really like sincere. Look into the camera like look what I did for. You did she. I mean yeah. That's how I get to it. She's like I feel connected to you. Yeah there's some people man to get rid self indulgent and self righteous with that fucking social media. It's exposed a lot of celebrities for being real dorks. Yeah Yeah of course you know. They should be exposed for that but they never got a chance to be exposed before they would go tonight. Show they do these things to do these interviews. Everything was real fluff. You just leave them alone with the phone or you get great stuff. Did you see Tom? Hanks wife singing along the naughty by nature. I was really surprised awesome. Yeah it was good though it was fun. Exceptional no makeup. She's having fun hip hop paret thing that cadence and that that rhyme pattern. It's not easy to mimic. No not easy to mimic. No she did a good job. But it's also so obvious that she wasn't trying to be anything other than have fun. Yeah when you're drinking children's blood every night for dinner you have fun. I think so. I don't know I'm on Sunday. Just fucked those sure it helps you. Keep your rhythm going. Yeah no parade. She was just having fun. That's revealed she's super cool with no makeup right yes. He's not trying to get dolled up. No like this people that some people are doing these like quarantine day five day five and it's like so tribes and suicide. I GUESS THEY WANNA connected people and they WANNA talk to people but oh I mean what are we doing? Yeah I mean are we doing that? What are we doing yeah we are? We are but we're a conversation. We would have this conversation if there was no microphone. Yeah probably talk a lot more. Shed about people. Yeah I mean that's always a big component of a good time. It's fun it's fun. I keep thinking about that meet. We had fucking Vegas so good. Yeah we're bazaar meet these. Yeah fantastic at it. Used to be the S. L. S. Now what is it forget? They changed the name though. Remember that yeah sands or something. It's respect what it was closer Sahara. Hare it's the Hare. Whatever it is the fucking that bizarre meets plays. God Damn good man you gotta you gotTa have. I would love talking dope. Yeah I've seen him on board. Ain't show yeah yeah. He's that that place was phenomenal. I love how they cook over. Would to your walk by and you see the the hardwood coals the grill greats. And they know what the fuck they're doing. They told us it would take an hour to cook the steak like our. Yeah like yeah an hour and the stakes are huge is just order one stake. I was like really yeah. One three pound stake okay phasing. We are too too though amazing animals good. Yeah what a fun weekend just randomly. We happen to be in Vegas at the same time. So cool yeah. That's cool or something like that. Yeah Yeah I was bummed. The way to leave before the the last three fights dude. You missed the way Li Zhong joining Jay. Check fight which is one of the greatest fights in the history of the sport. I thought you saying that you can do all day. This be for days for days as close as a fight could ever get a lot of people. Thought you WANNA won. A lot of people thought way Lee one but it was amazing. It was amazing. Fucking war really came that like you could judge it either way. Yeah could've yeah yeah. It wasn't I mean they gave it to way. Lee was a split decision but it was you on his head. It was so close her forehead ridiculous and never never even responded to it. Didn't react to it. Just threw bombs and we. We missed that knockout. Where you guys were like over you. Memed out You DC which one there is a knockout like third last fight big ASS knockout What I'm talking about. Yes just after yes. Yes the kneel down and I think we Carlos Jakhar close it was crazy battle and Jakarta Hit Him with a right edge car beneath DR use in real trouble and then Bonilla came back. Knocked him out. Yeah there is well. Oh Yeah Ba. Neal was really rocked and cars. He only has one loss in his whole career and It was a close loss. Crazy took the background there. Yeah it was those bonkers right next to him. We left for that was. It must have been the next fight. You missed it. Missed that the main event to well yet show to do that. Show your boy Josh Potter. He's hilarious he is he's really funny man. That was my first time seeing him. He's really funny guy to hang out with them on Buffalo's finest I love watching new comedy. New Comics new comedy. I love watching a new comic that I have never seen before. Yeah you get to see them and he seems like a guy's been doing about ten years is about ten years. Yeah that's a fully formed comedian. It is a fully formed comedian. Great Guy Great Guy and he's. He's a headlining now starting to headlines. Great so he deserves it. He's really good. I was impressed. I've been I've been taken on the road for a few years. Now he's just gets better and better and he man he is a couple of bits. That really floor is really good I got. You can't even give away the premises now. You can't do one like the way he wants to die. Really know he's really good and it was cool to hang with them to you. Know it's just hanging with comics is the best the best the most fun I mean. If you hadn't seen you guys we would have just hung out with each other all weekend and others more comics here. Hang out with them. Yeah so it's always and they get to eat chill. Yeah but it was the beginning of the corona virus thing. We're a little weirded out pro. I also think about So when my manager wasn't talent he had friends and towns after one of the shows. WanNa say it was the second night we also went to a cigar bar. And you start thinking about all of this. All the contact and then casinos to casinos are just fucking. That's her thing dude. Las Vegas shutdown. So it's so wild to think about how those yes. Casinos are just empty peel. And now how about all those people that count on that? Yeah yeah dealers. People every leaned the play waitresses. Yeah everybody everyone everything. Shut down for. How long how long. They plan on Shutting Vegas Down for. They announced an like last week. They said they would reopen. Casinos may sixteenth then today earlier today trump was like. There's no way this is going to pass Easter. So like he rip roaring again. He's not basing anything that he's saying though on science no or on viruses. No of course not. Yeah yeah he should shut the fuck up. He's going on hunch but he wants everything to bounce back because he wants the economy to bounce back. The Governor of Texas had to take on too. He's like I would rather put myself in danger and I'm in a High Risk Group of catching this disease and have the economy comeback. Okay Yeah I don't know man. I don't know I don't know when I it's like I had to take on it before when it's just Elba am a helix great was NBA players. They look great. Always People Tom. Hanks is recovering. Maybe it's just like the flu but then you read that thirty one year old Olympic swimmer. And you know you go thirty one. And he's a stud he's an Olympian. Yes literally in Olympia. A gold medalist by the way. He's a fucking Stud Right. And he said it was the worst virus experience in his life. And then Michael. Yo Michael Yo. Getting really sick and there was two college basketball players. Who died they died? Yeah Yeah Not College basketball players now but they played college in the nineties And they'd and they both died. Yeah it was my Apple News feed this morning. Think about this virus too is that. There's there's this uncertainty about things will change when the curve will flatten when the economy but we also don't understand the virus it right exactly. That's the part. That's really alarming. That's the weird thing is like some people just experience no symptoms and it just goes through their system and they they don't ever get it and then the other was someone was telling me. I forget who it was. I attributed Dr Peter a thing. I'm wrong someone saying one of the odd things seems to be Sam Harris. Some was saying one of the odd thing seems to be that the more contact people have with the virus the worse it gets So Some professions medical professors. Yeah Yeah it's very strange you see the NBA player today. Said he lost his sense of smell. Yeah that's another thing that's one thing that Peter Attiyah said smelling tastes going away. Yeah it's very weird. Instead of people lose their sense of smell very weird. It's it's it's spooky. Yeah because it's like Well it's also there's these crazy conspiracy theories that Wuhan someplace where they have some weaponized virus lab and so that they're worried that one of the things that this that makes this so scary is that it could've snuck out of this fucking lab But apparently they. They've traced it to a very specific type of animal thought. This thing always transfers motion told me this that that birds need a pig. The pig is the perfect conduit of transferring like the bird bird. Disease won't come from straight to a person it needs to go to a pig and the pig can infect avian flu I duNNo. Avian flu came from birds. This and I think bats gave it to pangolins. Do you know what the fuck in Pangolin is? Whitney was telling me this that Pangolin is like the most the most What is the word you would use where someone is transferring animals? I'm fucking slow today. Man My brain slow today. That's going on. Yeah There the the most exploited exploited animal on the worth. You know what a penguin is. Uh-huh some weird fucking Tanglin Pangolin. Think it is never heard of that. Yeah there it. Is that fucking thing. Look it up there with green. Look that that thing. That's called the Penguin Penguin. Yeah does the most exploited animal in the world and they eat them in China. And so this fucking thing is where China has laws to stop pangolin trafficking frequent. They have laws that they're they're imposing now to stop the sale of wild animals. You can't sell wild animals in the United States but you can sell well. You can't Sell Wild. Fish be can't so wild animals the United States. That's the weird things about fish. What about those like exotic people in documentary? You know like by those wild animals. I mean for food. Oh Oh oh okay okay. I mean for food okay. You can't like even in this country. It's like most trafficked animal. Yeah adorable Pangolin is the most trafficked animal in the world. How is that possible as when he coming? She's the one who told me and it seems to be true. Yeah it's The New York Post as well there. It is the rain forests of the Congo. Cameroon Central African Republic lives in elusive mammal. That looks like a cross between an animator Armadillo pinecone and thanks to poachers the penguins. The most traffic animal on earth in April of two thousand nineteen Singapore seized a world record. Twenty five point six tons of Pangolin. Scales Worth Seventy six point. Five million from an estimated thirty eight thousand of the creatures in December the scales from some fifty thousand. African penguins were seized by Chinese authorities. Is What do they do for it? I don't know it's because of this scale. This unique feature that makes them a target said. Tessa Omen volunteer for the Sangha. Pangolin Project Preservation Society the Pangolin berries borough to create holes so the scales are associated with circulation. It's used as an ingredient in traditional Asian medicines. They use to help mothers for lactation and for blood pressure. But none of this has been clinically proven. So it's like tiger teeth and Rhino. Warring Tusks Yeah. There's so much that Shit I was talking to a Chinese guy. Yeah and I was saying well. Why do they know that Rhino Horn doesn't work that they could get Viagra? If it's make your card Viagra definitely works because Oh it's not even that he goes a lot of it is a status thing. It's like so if you are a really wealthy Chinese businessmen and you're into this kind of stuff like you want to show that you skirt the laws of right animal track shark fin soup like isn't that tastes good. But I'm saying that's isn't that something where there's like some type of pro restriction against it and then they're like yeah but I'm yeah man so yeah yeah I think I don't know what kind of restrictions they have about that in China but across the world rhinos there. They want that he that they make out of Rhino Horn. Because it just makes like come. Let's discuss business or override not. Yeah I mean Yeah I get why that happens but I don't want any China so weird right. Because it's a weird combination of capitalism and communism and not just comedy but a military communist dictator ship. It's interesting you know speaking of like the virus the way the way China locked out. Wuhan now when they decided to Visit there's no fucking around. Yeah no fucking around. Eleven million people in that said went through the streets spraying some distant. They sent forty thousand workers to Wuhan to be handled. This lock it down. Clean IT UP. Now get boom in one city and they. What's it like now? They're they're well? Here's the thing you can never trust with the state government you know state media says but they were saying that all their new cases are inbound so travelers coming in how convenient. It's all these fucking Italians. Yeah come on over here for shark fin soup and Rhino t fuck in Boston virus count. Yeah it's the Rigatoni Virus. Now it is. You guys did it. Well the thing that America could be the next epicenter. New York is has more than five percent of the world's cases right now doesn't really yeah. It's growing to new. York has twenty five thousand cases as of this morning. That's five percent of the world's cases. That's what that's what the news was last night. They say that for every one person that test positive ten of them have not even been tested. That have it. Yeah there's there's four sure way. More cases yeah because it's impossible to get test and test them. Yeah Try. Try Getting Test Right now in. La La had the started a website yesterday with all the information how to get it tests and they're like first of all meet this criteria. Are you over sixty five? I mean that really. Yeah part of it. Yeah Jesus you have these symptoms. You can't even order online if you could get TESCO on right. Now it'd be a great business. It would be Jeff Bezos and it would be a great way to like you know figure out who needs to really be staying home. Did you see the story of the senators that we're in a closed-door meeting in January about Krahn virus just just dumped all their stock? Yeah Yeah for Twenty. Or Whatever. Name is yeah. That's not what happened do you had. That is the definition of insider trading. That's what they prosecute but what's happening to them nothing nothing. Yeah what's up jamming stuff's happening? I guess just isn't happening immediately. Yeah what is happening? I see that there might be looking into it. Might trying to. I might be looking into that murder I might be. He's the chairman of the Intelligence Committee. Yeah Yeah and dumped all stock yet. They issued a sharp warning. Oh sharp horns pointing stop. Don't do that again. What are you supposed to do? If you know that you're GONNA lose all that money so good question. I think If you have that type of Intel you you're not allowed to profit while you're not allowed to use that intelligence. It's not open to the public so I think you have to wait till the a goes public once that goes public than you can act on it otherwise you know the viruses or any public viruses public but I think the the scale. Yeah the magnitude of the impact estimate. What's going to happen when it's close orbit? Hey Shits about to go down and then you go call my broker. Hey Man it really is a movie really has some kind of crazy virus thrillers. It is to this is I mean like I said at like you. We don't have anybody we can call them back. You remember when this happened in your life. No nobody does nobody. Nobody does borough saying that. He thinks that in two thousand nine he had h one n one made sense. He said he said he was so sick. Yeah he said he's never been more seconds life. He said he couldn't get comfortable. Somebody had actually verified the. Yeah Yeah and that killed a lot of fucking people. Much more lethal yeah. Much more is an interesting how they lock that now. I don't know it never spread really. I think it's because you got it and if you're contagious you knew it yeah. This is a highly contagious. Yeah and again. The big problem is we don't know how many people have it. And then you have these symptomatic people. How many people died from H One n one in two thousand nine? Fifty thousand people does not that much but I believe it or not known about right sorry Hold on the bull. The thing about the flu every year can kill as many as ninety thousand people in America a lot. Yeah Yeah we never talked about it ever know this says two thousand nine flu pandemic eighteen thousand people don't know there's so many pull from good. Good Yeah I think the the biggest that I remember reading was ninety one thousand one year one year ninety one thousand people died from the flu. Not sure if that's the United States or North America. The whole thing is kind of crazy. It's it's interesting that Paul was calling this a hoax before you saying. Just two hundred people died in America and they're using this to take away your civil liberties and then it son got it said to Napa Son got son did get it. His son did get it afterwards and then Nancy Pelosi's Daughter tweeted that rand. Paul's neighbor was right. The neighbor that attacked him like what he has also issued from that attack. He's got a piece of his lung. Removed the Guy Tackled. Him broke five of his ribs and they had to remove a piece of his lung. And so Nancy. Pelosi's daughter says that the neighbor was right like what does that mean. The neighbors right because the guy got sick. The neighbors right to attack him like two days ago. His twitter account pious team tweeted out that he was feeling fine was symptomatic and was not aware of any direct contact with anyone that had it. They don't know how he got it so he hasn't and he's just eat. How do they test these people their test in these people you know when you hear about these people getting tested and they don't even have any symptoms like how are they getting tested? And why are they getting tested when some people are really sick? I've been question that too. I think there's a way you can get a private doctor. Maybe can get access to a test. Private pay extra money to get a hold of the test really. I think I don't know and I don't know if that's the difference between people just showing up at a at a doctor and his saying. Hey I think I'm sick and you please find a test for me like you want us to find one. We don't have access to that. We have busy versus. I don't know some discussing the weirdest thing about it to me is the ACE symtomatic Aspect of it that some people don't experience anything and other people get really fucking sick. It's almost like if you wanted to. A disease spreads you have it may have that have one where like fifty percent of the people. Don't even feel anything. And they just spread it to fifty more people were one more people or thousands more people. It's weird man. It just doesn't make sense like a normal thing makes sense. You know because we haven't experienced one particular virus before we really don't know anything about how it's going to end where it's going to go. And then there's the possibility that could morph and that it could be more contagious. Or more deadlier more this or more. That apparently some people who have tested positive for though are contributing and they're they're extracting antibodies from these people people that have gotten over it. But it's still going to be. The estimations are six months to a year before they come up with a vaccine. I've seen rumblings of the false positives online bubble up too much but I think that happens all the time. False positives with all kinds of diseases. What do you got their fellow? Hand sanitizer of course. Yes everything spray it spray. Pharmacist told me the other day that I don't know this bullshit. The Pharmacist told me that it's not effective. Unless you have it actually dry on your hand lake when people go like that he's like you gotta actually have alcohol drought. Pharmacist told you this. PEOPLE. I mean. I don't know I don't know if he's some fucking lunatic but that's what he said makes sense. Yeah he's like it's not because people put it on and then just he's like no. No you gotta actually rub it all the way in. What is life going to be like when this is done? That's just GonNa Weird. What is life going to be like? We're going to be paranoid now. Someone Weird Al. Yankovic tweeted everyone. Is Howie Mandel now? I mean it's not R- There's this is going to do is going to spur. This whole generation of Super Germophobic. Like Oh yeah especially like a kid is thinking about you know. Kids are too young to recognize. What's going on what's going on but any kid. That's you know. Their grandma dies. Yeah or just is like I would say between ages six and thirteen that child like you know growing up age and you go like schools going to school anymore. Things are shut down. We can't go to restaurants movies. Everything's different lot of those kids are going to grow up super anxious. Yes and weirded out by this scared to travel. Yeah Yeah like travel and I think I personally never hesitate about any germ stuff. I'm not built like that but I have thought about getting back on fucking planes. Oh my God recirculated here. Nothing you can do about it. Nothing you can do The plenty of anti vaccine people are GONNA do. What are they GONNA do? They only want to take a vaccine. What did they come up with a vaccine for this shit native? Ask People. Are The dumbest of all so fucking stupid. Do you have eddies number? Do you want me to text him if he wanted to. I know he's like it's so stupid. I mean that's really it's Moronic people get mad at you. I know that there's something wrong with being an anti vaccination stupid dumb you don't I mean just look at the. The research looking at the evidence is all it saves. A lot of research is all brought to you by the mainstream media. Don't you understand how it works? Sorry yeah why. Don't you call Tom? Hanks Yeah See. Show up one of those meetings. I bet he believes in vaccinations Betty does now. What do they do? What what does ANTIBAC- person do about Corona Virus? If they if they come out in the we have the vaccination now. Yeah I mean I don't know pin them down fucking Javid in their neck totalitarian big fan well one of the things that Putin is doing go to Roy Jones Junior instagram page. 'cause Roy Jones junior is I don't know if you know this Roy Putin Fan and not know that actually has a Russia passport. What yes. He's a Russian citizen Jones Junior Roy Jones Junior Mazda also swinging suites Russian poon on so good. I bet it's the best I bet with the honeypot. You With is just best I've been. It's like a fist. Your Jesus my looking for his employees Jones. Junior instagram page. Oh instagram sorry. Twitter instagram and his instagram page. Coal Florida. One of the greatest boxes of all time but not really well bred in terms of totalitarian governments and the consequences of this is there are threatening to lock people here. Goes you have to choose between staying home for fifteen days or prison for five years Roy. Jones writes simple crisp and clear. And that's how you fix stuff. Give Options Air be simple? GotTa love it I don't know if you gotTa love that five years. How they're handling it there. I don't know it might be bullshit. Might just be a mean. Yeah but I think he's just pro-putin Yeah Putin hooks them up. Yeah it's only in pictures of him. Hanging out with Putin Putin comes to his fights fighting over there over there too. Oh yes right. They're buddies all that whole region. Love Seagal. He loves them back malaria. I think he's got A. He's got a Russian citizenship is what he does to yeah strategy at an SEC violation Recently for insider trading He didn't disclose that somebody that he was a big Gore saying that yeah he was didn't disclose it. They were compensating him. And I guess that's an SEC. So let me ask you this while you're on this Where we're all on this hiatus. How you practising your Spanish you just practicing it by doing your podcast. Yeah during the podcast talking to the thing you do. I mean I try to the podcast. I tried to do it once every couple of weeks. But it's by the best thing to do if you're ever trying to get better at any language is immersion and it's forcing yourself to have conversations. Have talk if to actually even if it doesn't even matter if your new at it or you're pretty fluent at it you have to talk. And how do you call your mom and have conversations with my mom? My cousins the the Tudor Friends Richard via is a comedian Friend of mine speaks fluent Spanish. Francisco Ramos Today Yeah Yeah. Francisco Ramos Hey sues. Yeah those guys all fluent speakers conversation you can have is going to help you maintain it or get better at it so when the when you get back on. The road is the number one priority. The Spanish special get the Spanish special rolling or is it. Just get your feet back onto you. I think it's the yeah because I mean I was at that show. I did March. Eleventh was twenty minutes of new English material for like you know my stand up and so I was feeling pretty good about that. That had like twenty new. You know and so I was going to go into like a bunch of work. I feel like I would have had ten more by now. Yeah and a month is doable. It's doable if you're working So yeah I mean I. I've been balancing both. I did that twenty new while I was working on the Spanish. Some stuff so it's going to be to go try to get back to both men just doing the Spanish stuff and getting my my regular English set his name be weird to do set the first time. There's got to be real weird strange. It's also it seems to me that we we have this idea that things can't change so we have to go back to the way they were right. We have to. It's GonNa it's GonNa be that way again. We're we're all we're all comedy junkies right. Yeah Yeah I mean that's a I mean I've said this many times before but it's true I feel bad for people who've never killed. They don't know what that feels. Like right I thought for a second like you meant killed a person known that was like no no. I know I know I was like I feel bad for someone who's never rocked the House without slack to crush. I think too. You know what the perspective changes for them. You ever have a friend watch from the wings. So they they then they always always feels different. You feel up there. Yeah because they they get to actually sense that you know now remembering when I came to see you. I was so exhausted. I remember that I fell asleep in your dressing room on my brand. I'm not doing so good. And then I was thinking about this corona virus. Shit like I've going to get back to the hotel. Yeah that crash so our slept for like ten hours at night which is nothing normal for you. It's so weird. I was watching. I was like God. Damn I gotta sit down and I went to your your dressing room for a second. I took a leak sat down on the couch and I was hanging out with Jamie and I was like I think I need to go back to the room. Yeah I'm hurting. Maybe I was fighting off maybe men. Maybe but that's GONNA be everybody from now to the. I think I might have had it for a day or two but my immune system's amazing and shocking off. Yeah it's so weird that some people get it and some people don't there's nothing like this is nothing like this man well So I guess we just keep doing this. We just keep doing podcasts. Puppet him out this house became part social distancing and wash our hands and stuff and I'm not touching my face at all. No I don't think it's one of those things that you just start doing. You don't even realize you're doing it. Even on those announcements the Doctor Lady Lick Their Finger Finger and the guy scratches phase me and they're all touching their face but when she looked finger right after she said it was like. What are you doing maniac? Of course what what. When was that when she licked her finger. It was about ten days ago. There was only ten days ago. That was about ten days today. The twenty fourth. Yeah Man. What's that three weeks ago when she did? Yeah wow moving fast. Time is moving fast. Yeah you can go other things strange. Is that consume the media? You know like the the news of it guy was going on and then you can walk down a street or drive down the street. Forget that you know what I mean like. There's this sense of now. Want to talk about another cousin of mine's a doctor and she's like. Oh Yeah I don't I don't turn any of it on. I just get already know what's happening so I just choose not to be bombarded by. Yeah you can be bombarded. It also shifts your your view of the world so can heighten your anxiety your paranoia. People were anxious already. People already have anxiety issues. They must be a fucking wreck right now. Absolutely because they they're like. Oh my God I was right. The world is ending. There's a mandatory lockdown across the entire country Montana. It's weird to to have going on honestly and promote a you know like like there's so many people at home so many people at home I mean I I look. I understand the whole marketing of an how that works. But you're just like you know you're on these calls and the tells making special. Isn't it crazy? There's a pandemic. So why don't you guys shoot it? Yeah what do you mean by ball hog? And why why do you have all those porn hub? Girls they're saying ball hog. Yeah did you get those girls say that are already saying ball? They already saying the talking about my stories. Yeah they were already that that's where I got the title Haha. I was on the road I was J in my d and I saw I saw a nice lady. Doing really extensive stuff to this guy's balls and I was like I wonder if there's a whole sub-genre dedicated to this you know so I typed it in and they're like you might enjoy ball hawks so in that feature these ladies they introduce themselves in the and I'm a ball hog so they all do it and they really work on guys balls like hardcore really and so in the special I at one point just reference not that film but I tell people that that their mothers are ball hogs and then and then I think I think you're really good is by the way picking titles. I think it's one of the hardest things you know you're doing your edit and you just want your show together we call it. I don't fucking know live from just the worst but you've had good ones Anyways I was going back and forth with different titles and it was suggested. Actually Josh my manager. Who's all smiled ear to ear and I was like yes. It was settled point. What was your tour named? Take it down. Oh Yeah you can't call it take it down. Can't call it take it down. I mean you could but you can't hogs better. Yeah Yeah it's funny. When you call a tour one thing and then you call the special. I know people like you should call. Take it down. I'm like yeah but they. They don't want it to be called. Take it down. They don't Netflix. It'd be great if you call this. Take it down Boggs perfect. Yeah Yeah and plus. It has that other meaning to yeah selfish sharing. Yeah has a couple of years to it. Yeah naming it and then dungy at that feeling too when it's over that's just like I just needed another couple of months always always do so. We shot at the At Austin city limits great place beautiful amazing venue. The next day I had to move venues because we would have shot the next day as well the next day we had. We stayed in Austin and we did two more shows at the paramount. So if if we had had the opportunity I would have stayed and done because you guys started doing. I love it. The four show. Yeah would've done. I would've done it. He just didn't have the venue we can't we can't do it. See just at one ninety two shows when I two shows and the next night switched to but but the next night you feel looser. That's what I'm saying. Yes I forgot my train of thought the next night you have the relief. I shot it and then like this joke. Taken it here I wish there was a way you could make yourself do that. Well the way you can is by doing. Four shows yeah. That's that changed everything for me. When I started doing four shows it may all shows be like a show and like when I did Boston when I did Strange Times. The first shows were most. This shit came from. I only had a couple of bits that I didn't do earlier that I did that. I had a sandwich in there but most of the set was from the first show because it was so loose through the next night I added a line to one of the kind of table setting jokes. Just fucking crushed so hard that That I take. I took it out a special. I took the job I go I got. I got to keep this joke. So that's good I can use it again. Well that's good that you could do that. Yeah that's good. Had to trim down to fucking fucking haunt me. Make you hate yourself. She's almost tape twice tape and then tape again in four months. I know it would change every tape tape again in a month a month a month time. Yes yeah film and then film again in that in between just be such a gangster that you pay double double taping money give you. Don't give a fuck especially today with all this fucking corentin money. Oh my God if Netflix. Paid you purview. Cash in right now so. I'm no and then what will happen is I'll go to negotiate next time and I'll be like these views. Were they'll be like that wasn't was corn corona comic. Yeah there's a they're throttling Internet now because so many people are online. That's that's what they're really concerned about New York City because like New York City hasn't even hit its peak yet. I think the peak is within two to three weeks So the cases you're experiencing now that's not even peak so two three weeks. There's going to be even more people at home. Taxing the the structure of you know all the services whether it's electricity whether it's Internet everything all the underlying things that you use take for granted because they don't ever Max capacity at Never Never. That's with with cell phones whenever there's an emergency you can't make a phone call because everyone's on their phone and then you realize what are you selling. You're selling phones where everybody can use the phone. But you can't all use the phone at once. You're planning your your whole way you're structure is set up. It's only set up for a certain amount of people using at the same time even though you sold three hundred million cell phones can't really use them all once. Well it's busy right now. Infrastructure Sucks. Yeah that's true that's true they sell wack ass fucking half-baked infrastructure. Yeah Yeah and you don't realize it until something like this happens like Oh this. There's not room for all of us. Well the last apocalypse you and I experienced we went to a nice hotel. That's right during the fire and we stayed in the same hotel now. Let's leave together. I'll leave together with you. Where you WanNa go we gotta go somewhere. Arado get a ranch Colorado be dope. What about similar really hot hot hot I think so Arizona I I was. I know that is a theory in it. But like viruses thrive more in the cold setting. Yeah that is a theory. Oh I don't know if it's factual the viruses needs hosts. What about like Fiji? I mean he then they fucking steal your money you mean go to some weird wack ass foreign government. You can't keep your money over there. But there's no corona in Papua New Guinea right. Now you don't think so. Because they're all eating brains they're cannibals. They were telling one of the guys told me he had a when I was in Australia like a month ago. He's or two months ago he goes. I was working there on some construction thing and he goes. You don't leave the area that they tell you because things get crazy and lawless. If you venture out somebody could fuck you up. No one will ever know. Have you ever heard the semen? Warriors from Papua New Guinea. Prepare yourself for this story. There is a tribe where when boys are young they take them out of the tribe and they teach them that in order for them to fully grow they must ingest semen ANALII and through the mouth. And so the fuck these boys these boys suck. Dick all all their life until they grow full you know full size and then they turn around and do a two young boys or somebody else. Yeah the semen. Warriors of Papua New Guinea seep like semen. Come and have these names like anal father and an anal son and yeah and the way they refer to it. But it's like some Peto like one point time started. This sounds like in order for you to grow. You gotTa Suck my cock and like WanNa be big and strong GONNA grow. Yeah literally there's A. There's a whole tribe operates under that principle right and people have visited them. I think they're cannibals as well. There's a lot of cannibalism going down there tonight. A ribbon on the day. You know that what is it. Called the Crutchfield Yaacob disease. Same thing as mad cow to purchase. It's a preowned disease. The same PRIANTE are It's it's a type of encephalitis. I think it's a type of encephalopathy it's I. It's not like a virus. Not BACTERIA ZONE CATEGORY BUT IT IS A. It's a disease that affects cannibals and the way they got cows is and I might be if you're a biologist. I'm so sorry I'm fucking this up I know am cows. Got It from them. Serving cows cow brains so mad cow disease. The origin of that was they would grind up these cows and the parts. They didn't use feed it to cows. Because it's protein. Well you would give these cows as cannibal disease that also in Papua New Guinea. In these CANNIBALS CANNIBALS. Get this disease and These prieand they they can survive thousands of degrees in temperature for hours. They've done experiments on people. Human beings that had mad cow disease and the instruments. They use to operate on them. They ran them through the sterilization cycles to three times and the the preowneds were still alive. What Yeah Yeah. They literally almost impossible to kill. And there's a version of it that it's making its way through deer populations right now. It's called chronic wasting disease chronic. Wasting disease is also pre-owned disease and it has not made the jump yet. Does that mean that's from eating deer or no. They don't know what caused that preowned disease. But it is a prion disease. They don't think it's necessarily from dear eating deer. What was the tribe that was in the news like I want to say in the last twelve sixteen months where they have no contact with North Sentinel Island? Yes I have a whole bit about. Have you seen my bur? No and this is like the guy who was like I'm here. Yeah View Food Him. Let him up. And then in the Indian the Indian government's like we don't fuck with the Indian Ocean. Yeah yeah there's a few places like that real contacted tribes and another one is There's a couple of them still left in the Amazon and the problem with the ones the Amazon is these people have land and they try to protect these people because the land is valuable and so then they. You know people from these Either mining companies or oil companies will go in and kill these people buck. Yeah 'cause like fuck you we're taking your land. This is a real issue with that in the Amazon with going assassinate let's try to call the North Sentinel Island North Sentinel Island. Yeah Middle East Indian Ocean direct descendants of people left Africa sixty thousand years ago. Holy Shit. Yeah that's one of the most UN contacted places but they've all been contacted. Everyone's been slightly contacted at least historically. But that one is Particularly Weird one. I don't think they're cannibals. But they might be but the the the ones in New Guinea are. Yeah you should Google Semen warriors of Papua New Guinea. It's going to be what I read about tonight. Yeah Ball Hog. It's on Netflix. Right now go get it. It's fucking awesome I. I didn't see special but I definitely saw you murder with that material. Thanks man it was great to see you. Thank my brother always. Let's get through this together together. Let's figure out all right. I like to get the fuck Outta here. I'll do it if we have a spot and we just find cool spot. We can get a bunch of cool people to move up there with us and then you know maybe burke flies right. Fuck them planes. 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Race and Coffee.

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Race and Coffee.

"Guts was hopping around Tokyo steady like a big play ground went. Batman. Guts. Inexpensive inbox Russia. Up Cash! Came out of the blue wave started breeding Shaquille O'Neal both got. Killed Them. We can make it back to the BAT. Cave Abraham Lincoln pop. Forty seven under is half. Ran Out of. Away because on this. Day. The Bad guys explosion as far as I can. His. Destiny. Welcome to gaming, fix. I'm frank. And I'm heather. And this is Gerald from critical. Alright well cool so. I guess we should start. We always start How did you guys get your game on? Is Okay. All Right how much? I did do some gaming technically speaking. I would call this like an educator educational game more so than any other any other type of ing the. I don't know if I told you guys. Last time we were on the show, but I have decided to start learning Spanish and I am doing this through an APP called. Julie Loeb. Now. to a lingo is a very unique APP in the fact that it makes learning. A new language or any language for that matter. And turns it into not only an educational APP but a fun. Game where you earn XP, get lives or hard so that you can either progress through the lessons of further through the lessons at your own pace. If you get unlimited hearts, they usually start you out with five parts and then If you WANNA get, more arts and the. Actually, you know, go at your own pace or do unlimited lessons. than you pay for that service of they believe in like you know. Free Education which is why they offer the service or the APP for free, you can learn a as as long as you have as many hard as need to rest early lessons, but those premium moves. Yes a premium. All like it's, it's A. It's a pain. It's a pain of win. SORTA Kinda like concept I. Guess or does that not high is not technically by year. Guay Kate. Okay, it's is a premium. Painted wet. Among seeing premium I'm saying premium F. R. E.. O. Three him premium. Yeah, it's like it's free, but if you pay a little bit more. Than you get access more bells whistles. Right it's a lot. A lot of models do that now. Right Allie. Honestly they don't really ask her munch career. WHAT THEY'RE! Giving you in terms of both? Do with the service. They offer you ads relearning where where pace. And Beyond that it was the. Free level. You? Can you learn a lot and? Like about twenty minutes a day, sometimes longer. When I'm up to at you haven't been filling up to. The press I'll talk about that later, but Is a very unique APP. In the fact that you can learn a language and pick up very quickly, and it's really fun because they actually have leaderboard where. It's a little competitive against other people were also learning different languages, too. And it. MAKES YOU WANNA learn more faster because you wanna get the EX-PM. It's you against that competitiveness in you in makes you want to apply it towards. Something educational versus something. That's you know for entertainment, or you know for career. Enjoy factor. So. That's why I really enjoy dueling. Highly recommended anybody WHO's trying to learn a new language awesome of recommends downloading will translate or Babble says or any other translator out. That will help you. Kinda like navigate language level better. because. Dueling lingual when it starts off his search, you with off with rudimentary. or it's that will. Basic sentences. But yeah. It's pretty fun and I like it. What about he does? Get your. All right I'll take next. So I stop minecraft engines finally beat it. Now I don't. I don't know if you guys watched the videos, but two days in a row. Got To the end fighting the archer. Eleazar and he literally like as I hit him last in. She killed me and that was my last night. So by getting past. That was a bit good great game, and it's your typical action RPG dungeon crawler It's a little bare bones, honestly especially by yourself at lower levels. It! Definitely if you want to keep the game going, you're going to want to get the multi-player because there are two new game plus nights, but as far as I'm concerned like it's it was. A good three weeks. dungeon crawling once a day. So I enjoyed that. and we're finally done with that one another one I wanted to talk about. Is, Tarare, which I have been picking up the last week terrarium basically to minecraft. Now I do know that there are apparently boss fights in this game, but I have no idea where there was are. If you watch the videos, I'm just kinda wondering around like throwing the copper are the pickaxe at stuff. I have yet to run into lava rich compared to mine crafts. That happens all the time in my. Like digging straight down and falling into lava, And there's obviously the regular slate aspire known overwatch that I've been playing this week, but my main getting for the last week has been all fancy twelve. three or four hours into that and I'm really liking it. 'cause compared to its regular release. where. It's first released in the United States basically, everyone had the same capabilities could use whatever weapons in this you actually pick a class, so it's much closer to like an emo where you're actually having the manage multiple classes that can only do certain things. And I think that brings a really good breath life into a game that I've spent over five hundred hours on. Awesome so. I know. I've watched you play. minecraft agenda that looks like so much fun I try, and I did download it finally. I haven't. I'm planning to once. I invest in some some materials. Hardware, but. I have watched. The other people play Theresa And it looks like a very fun and unique gain, but my question Lataria. Is there any kind of also? On combat that goes on eventually like your is. Actually there is It's a lot more detail than stay. Minecraft is granted I did not get. I have not gotten far into minecraft, and obviously with the minecraft seeing you have lots of mods that involve combat. Garage area though had does have a focus on combat, and since it's judy platform her the whole thing is at night instead of like creepers, coming out and zombies like you have to very much tarare. You need to build your house in. Be Inside the house or you will get swore. At least in the very beginning now I do Kinda, m playing it haphazardly. I mean it's just yesterday that I actually discovered advanced crafting tables. So that shows you how much I actually trying to get anywhere, but yeah, it does have a focus on combat as well as there are huge boss fights I've just yet to run into any of them. I know I've gotten into a desert, and there are Antillean that keep killing me. So I got to imagine the further you go out, like is when you start running into the bath, boss fights, or the further you go down and I do know there's actually a lot of stuff that's actually up in the clouds to. IBM I've only found one tree. That really is worth climbing and I still didn't find any city in the skype yet. I've seen see. I have played a little bit. It's here area by myself, but not much on one on a blade the person who was playing with. They had a house already construct it up, and they handed me and picks up a pickaxe. The game and I didn't know how to actually like do anything, so they're telling me. Get Out of the House. You know this is how you do it and I didn't understand how deal it so I started using my pick ax and they got Super Mad. What are you doing? Just. Pickaxes, we're 'cause anything you hit with a pickaxe will like become an item. You can pick up. And that might be what they mean by. Don't do that because there's a lot of stuff like if the if they already built a house and or have a bunch of decorations everywhere using that pick ax, we'll just destroy everything. Right. So. They were. A little upset with me. Ed I decided I did like sure area because the how upset. I can see that say for me. It's like a zen experience. Almost it's like I'm not really thinking much about it. I'm just like okay I'm collecting materials, and then when I die, you know go back to the house if I build anything. Right And yet those are the main games I've played this week. When she? Oh well okay I started out. Sunday in Iran my Pathfinder game which is a nice little game right now I'm running about. three people I have a forest, but he's not always there I'm not sure if he's into the game or whatever, but It's pretty cool. ran a like a pirate. Storyline They almost dog, not teepee, Kate, and then just through some. There's some MPC. Help and some things they were able to actually Get Out of this situation They wouldn't up against C., which the didn't have a lot of power, but she had A. She had. Healing which they didn't know. And, so they really in trouble that way, and then she had one ability. That was a heck's that all it did. was dropped their to pack. But in theory, because of the amount of healing that she had because she had A. She basically had all the way up to I think cure, moderate wounds, or maybe even higher than that. So she could just. You, know they. They were doing damage to her, but she could just started carrying herself. And then. And then Perhaps like I said would drop their tax so if she just kept hitting one person. She'd be like okay. We'll your taxes now zero. What Yeah your tax is now zero. so there's that. That been pretty, bad. On so they ran into basically where they're stuck in this never ending battle alert, she could just he'll herself and you know they're not even doing any damage, not even able to break the principal on that so to speak. Though they, could they? They were doing damage. You just had to heal, and then what happen is they? Did something really weird? Because, they did something really weird, she did something really weird. The amount of the situation is. Basically what happened is they decided to wrap all her? I guess because he figured out what she'd been do spells. And, because like there was a tentacle monster, those trying to grapple them, so they figured. I! Don't know why they decided. They decided they were gonNA rusher. In grappler. And she could fly, so she was like all right. I'M GONNA. Stop this grappling nonsense. And if they don't stop me, stop grappling me I'm just GONNA. I'M GONNA fly over the ship. And go right under the water. Has A. Water breathing because I have it. And then you know they'll die, and I won't have to worry about them anymore. And so she started to do that. And, like someone's like, we'll jump off and I'm like yes. In jump up that they jumped off. These acrobatics checks refined. So then after that. I. See The after that on Tuesday? I watched some doom patrol. Way Way Way lately. I'm confused. Back why they decide to jump off. was again idea. Fifteen feet Downer going into the water. Yeah! It was a good idea. Fifteen feet into the water. No, it was a good idea jumping fifteen feet down instead of going into the water. She was going to go underwater. O! Flying over water. Me The feet. It'd be I. Don't know like a hundred feet down from the water. Attached. Grappling her okay. Having trouble. All right so Then I watched doom patrol which I've been really going. I give myself a treat when I get my treatments. I watched doom patrol. And? Sadly it's over. You know what happens. then I oven playing a Lotta puzzle empire as I as I liked to do. and. I got my My troll ascended. Gourmet Ascended and everything one some one a war. Wars Will the I. I don't think I did that well on, and then like the second one is closer to today yesterday was. I did really well, and then you. Recommended a game for me, so I downloaded. It forged a fight, and I've been playing that and it started out where like you just get one transformer, and then I got like another transformer. Mike Okay. This is gonNA be slow going. It's actually pretty quick. As far as giving transformers I, think I know how like maybe ten or eleven transformers. I had optimus prime. optimus prime and bludgeoned her my two best transformers. Side Swipe. I Have A. Just picked up today a movie transporter. So, it's movie office prime I have Galveston. I have I have inox. A little hillock, five or six. UPSET, but I have a decent amount, and I'm enjoying playing it and It's kind of fun. You know it's so far at these levels. It seems pretty easy. But some things are starting to me. Trouble like I had a lot of trouble fighting What's the. Enough, you guys watch the movie, but the. the dump truck that per devastator. He's really powerful. When against him and today, and that was a little bit of fight. he? He banged me up. A little bit sounds pretty cool, but. I'm guessing like you know. When I'm not in story mode and I start fighting natural light. You know players. Probably get handed a couple times. Yeah Yeah. I'm guessing that's going to go. Because like you know. Story Mode just seems pretty easy, but. I'm pretty low levels and stuff so. Knows and I'm having fun with that like in that. And then We got some Bryce. was Tuesday. Tuesday or Thursday I. Don't know, but I got some Nice. And I. Want to share that on the INSTAGRAM, so everybody should check that out pretty cool. I got them for critical. Critical dice. Critical own, assay. The car I guess I can actually tell people want to say. It's critical dice blooming. Let me. Just. Check make sure. What is? What they are curated. They're treated. By Service! It's the critical types. Dot Com and. For. Six Bucks. You get an endless bag. Which means that every month? They send you a new dice. And then You'll spend a little bit more like told. Monday nine you get two sets. I decided to just get one set. I haven't decided if I like them or not, but I'm going to put him on instagram. You guys tell me. You think of them. I know you've seen a picture of them heather. Yes, actually. I did see those. We're those like peach color. There, so they're not. They're clear, but they've got a red and. Like a red on white glitter flecked to them, so it makes them look peach. But they're actually white. Or Not White. Oh, okay, so they're okay, but the The Way the light reflects off them in the image. Make made them look peach. I don't I won't say if opaque I'd say the clear, but yeah. But it was it was pretty. They're pretty cool I don't know like you know I'm. GonNa. Show him to to the people that listen. They can take a look and you know you'll be able to take a look and tell us what you think. We'll put all the stuff that you get in a little pouch. The pitcher you know. One thing is though. is I thought it Kinda seemed to me like they were going to actually give me a bag and they didn't give me a bag so. Which is funny because? Like I know that having a store and having some dice. are used to put bags together because and you can just get them at like. Wholesalers for like you wouldn't believe how cheap like just a jewelers Bagger A. It's not like a super nice bag, but it's still just a bag used for dice. Borough in. I don't know it's like. It's a little thing. Sometimes, it makes something a little bit more curated, little more special, you know. then. got. The dice a little red bag which is fine, but you know. It could may be been done little bit differently. The ship was about three bucks. You know I don't know. It's. I, don't know if traded. Isis is is is my jam because I feel like. I kind of want something that's like. I don't know like I sometimes like to pick things you know and like. That's the one thing I find. It's the problem with boxes. A Lotta Times is like you know that's cool, but I like to shop like I could easily. Go and find myself a bunch of. Swag myself. You know if I went down to the target or whatever just as easy as as they can you know what I mean? Yeah I wanted to. Yeah so what it worked better or do you think it will be a better idea if they actually incorporated the idea of taking your own? Things like a so many so many things you pay, it would be in the box. See I think the problem with Lucre something. Doing something like that is that. You know. One of the reasons that I think that they're making mitigating costs and making it so cheap is because they're buying a lot of things, Whereas if I'm picking each and everything. It's no longer than buying unbolt. Now what they could do, they could have several different things like the. Okay here's our. Here's our grouping of this. You can pick you know like twenty, not twenty, but like well. Yeah, that's exactly five things. Five things from twenty selection now might work could see. That's exactly what I'm talking about is having a small list of items, thanks. To a certain amount of items that you can make for those make. A box out of those items lately out lakeshore five. Oxygen but I. think that will be. That will be like tedious just-in-time. Production factor, market. I mean the one thing is though is like for instance when you go to a COMECON and they have the box and they're not telling me what's in the box. And then it ends up being like a a stormtrooper. That's like Special. glitter something like that like litter, stormtrooper or something like that, so that's Troopers were like right off the bat. You know if you put it on Ebay. Be Like if the buck. That's the one thing that I think that's why a lot of people will get the crates comic con because it's like. You know you know this? They might have something really amazing. Like the Japanese funk. Yeah so. So the blind box thing kind of ends up working that way to a little bit so. that. It's an interesting. With like the crate stuff what it always looks like to me with a particular with like the gaming pop culture stuff is that it would be the stuff. We would zero out at game, crazy and game. Stop that didn't sell or the preorder swag that we had left out. I'm not sure if that's how they do it, but That's what it always seemed like to me. So the thing is I've had some good good situation will I. mean the one I've only got one and the one I got was from a wonder. And, so it was more money because the ones that wander connor comma, Connor. They're not cheap. But. It came with a shirt and it came with A. Zeke, he'll. Figure it came some nice pieces that I thought were pretty cool. and I know that the star wars one that they had. It S DC was really all the one time 'cause. It came with a Hoodie and it came at the like the Japanese pop vinyl, talking about which is really nice. Oh Wow, that sounds like a very nice box, but those like a fifty dollar box or now that was one hundred dollar box I. Think I think there's one hundred dollars bucks, but. Pushing it pushing it. But the the one that I didn't like was I went to. There was a company called. Eke Box I think. Now Geek boxes. Thing is cool in that you get to shirts. That's cool. You get to to geek show her, which I thought was pretty bomb, but the rest of the stuff. It just like well. This is Kinda. Geeky at this Geeky. Put us in up yet. This is cool and likely. Right I used to get. Like I had like about six boxes. And one time for you know when we were doing sabre practice, I just put a bunch of the stuff in a bag. was like hey guys. Here's some stuff because it was like just random, random geeky stuff that I necessarily hold along to. But there's some stuff that was school like for instance stuff that I wouldn't. I don't even know where I would go about to get it like. A film cell from a an parents think the was. With the. With, Iota on it. I thought well. That's pretty cool. Because you know, film sales are Nice. Yeah definitely get them. Yeah and they're collectors. Out. And then they had some science stuff, and then they had A. They had Kevin Smith's book tough You know what? S. H. Asked for not. That's actually what the name of the book is And I read that and I was good good read. I like reading Kevin Smith's stuff, so I was pretty cool, but. I mean some curious boxes, and then like now they have RPG. Boxes. But most the RPG boxes you get ice or you get Figures. But you don't get you know. A book! So. I don't I wouldn't be that interested in those, either because you know. One it's like I'm not guaranteed legally. Get something that's for my character I. And you know, get some dice and I like eating, you know. Or I think you might even get like. A little train or something like that. But you know. RPM, so one so I won't. I won't books. For our PG. That's what I what? I was GONNA. Say the ones that like the t shirts in the book. No matter what they're going to have value to you. Of some sort. Right, and that's fine, but like I said it's just like it was a very well curated. It was just like whatever you know. It's like you can put crap in a box, but I think we'd be at least. Loot mccray, at least jury things you know what I mean. Yeah. They had a theme every month going on right right, and that's what the guy liked about. The and I wish I would have gotten the transformers one of course, but you know never happened. But that's cool. So one more thing. That I did really want to talk about because it's pretty bomb and I think he goes. No about this is I I told everybody about it I. put it on the on the site. People think can still get it for the legal. Defense Fund. And it's a awesome bundle. That is Thousand and seven hundred games, lops and tabletops included. As well as Tons of independent and. Just all kinds of games. Really it's. It's really cool, and basically you. You spend ten bucks in that ten bucks goes to legal. Defense, Fund. To. Help people with With all the things that they need help with right now especially with you know all things going on with the protests and such. And people you know being murdered and families and I think everybody knows all the things that are going on with that. But Not only that is so many tabletop games. We are now going to have off the shells, which I'm really excited about revering in that back, and we're going to start doing these reviews and on off the shelf and I mean already because the amount of tabletops that I have. Without contacting new companies, which of course we'll be doing. We've got seventy. RPG's we're GONNA probably be. Already already found seventieth. So. and. Then, I just found that we believed that dark, so new one and leads to the dark is definitely something. We're GONNA. Want to review because a lot of people. Like it, so that'd be pretty cool. We, ended up. One called Aeros, and it's not what you think. which is really weird. It's just like oh well. The planet was erased, and I was like the name of our of our thing, and it's just like weird. If you have to explain so much, you probably should think about changing the name, but you know whatever whatever I'm sure we'll probably mention that in the review. But yeah, that was my My weaken gaming. US pretty pretty good pretty happy with it. So Anybody else Have anything for the week. I! You had something but I don't know. I wanted to this kind of like A. Like I guess I. Guess I could do it right now. In this link, the wake up all. Those. Finding. Yeah so. You just like thirty minutes in the show, so go ahead. Yeah so. I've found this interesting. Earning all from aren't good friends. Mike Powell. Trump suit up you out. On how to rule a perfect puffy using a French fries? And I want to talk about you know how we. Are Coffee have coffee or Would it be? I know you Frankfort. Stained from coffee. At the current moment but when he did have. But you have it. Was Weird I wasn't expecting you to. Have my coffee so. I've had lung kinds the different ways of doing coffee before. I've even made Kaba Coffee. I don't know if he does have that, but that's an interesting thing. Is that where he? Is the Catholic coffee like? I. Don't know Terry would know about that. That's one of my roommates. He likes to put in moment. It's kind of weird, but anyway. was. He he will take old. Coffee will soak it in Rome and he will eat it. I don't know I'm not I don't. Listen. US. Arm Experimental but Okay to each his own though. So cowboy coffee what you do! Is You take your cell some water. Boil it. And you're you. You put the coffee into the boiling water. And you When it's done boiling. Yourself some coffee. The you can eat. Does you know? That's not exactly drips through at all. So. That's how common coffee works but I. Okay. That's an odd one. I never heard of that. Group the coffee through it. No you don't trip anything through. You just put the coffee straight into the water as point. When it's done boiling. You just throw that bad boy into a mug and you drink that. And you get careful of the you know gremlins. You'RE GONNA. YOU'RE GONNA! Taste some crowds. Yeah and bill you said eat. The coffee is GONNA say. Oh, that sounds like how I make instinct coffee, and then I'm like wait eat. One of the cough. The the one thing I have a lot of. A, lot of instant coffee, which is pretty easy, just some water, and some of the little packets I used to have without all the time so that that's probably league I guess what I would say is. Something I've had a lot of is the. The instant coffee is pretty easy. And so yeah, that's that's but. I. Don't know I was a coffee fiend when I was younger like I used to have Told this story, but you know it's fun for entertainment purposes I guess. So. When I was. An assistant coach over at Norwalk. I took. You know they drove me over. It was cal state. and. bought. Lee bought me some coffee. Are I. Don't know how. I to. She won't be the coffee if I bought coffee, but whatever she chino mind you the way. I bought like a Claude. And I don't know what that is. That's four shots of Espresso on. Into a MOCHA. And then. I was stupid and I kid you not a shot candy bar. His you know why not right? and. I ate the shot Candy Bar. And I drank the coffee. and. I felt like I was going to die. not die felt just so. So piano so crazy up with energy. Yeah I've never had caffeine to do that to me except for once which was red line. which I don't even know if those are things anymore, but they're like Kinda like five hour. Energy except. A bit stronger. So! So I got the debate round. My pinup. Are looked at the at the at the competitors. I'm like all right. So, if you can, you could spread I. Can you know I can keep up? do whatever you know just was like pretty pretty super. Laid back like yeah, you know what bring it to me, you know. And I kid you not. Within probably a couple of seconds and then I woke up. and the round was over. See You feel a sleep now? I will still around I, was coated out because. Like. Yeah, you're not. GonNa Judging. Today anymore because. You just slept on our team. We can't have that. So yeah I was. It was bad. It was bad. I was it. You know when I was. I was really young missiles like because when I was assistant coaching I was out, but I was like nineteen. So. I thought that I was. You know super cool and. You know. Drinking all the coffee, but I wasn't the best plan. So, yeah, now that I've got the kidney failure. Don't really drink too much coffee. Sometimes I will drink a little bit, but you know I try not to drink too much and. Mostly I get my caffeine from T or from. Sometimes You know sometimes all you myself out. Do what you know. Muscles happened, but you know some of them anyway. I shouldn't have high end amounts of caffeine, but. Anyway. Yes. That's how I have my coffee. Yeah. I'm sorry. No I'm just no I'm saying it's just A. No I mean I like you know like I, said I sometimes have been known to have some like you know I. I do tend to give boxes a lot from Taco bell. I get the ball blasts A. Thing that happens. Sony live. I don't know. My nurse listens to this program, but you know she does. I'm just care from her now. I'm just. I'm just kidding. Just kidding jokes jokes jokes in. All right, so no more jokes, now more jobs. South Comfy. So I, actually do very much like coffee. Though identity until I hit thirty, and there's a specific reason why started drinking coffee, and that's a hospital for like two weeks. And then went to this light month-long Kinda boarding. And I had not had sought. I am a soda in. Energy drink being. Like all always happen, and so eventually I got to the point after a week. Sporting place I'm like you know what I'm GonNa. Try Coffee and I did with some cremers trigger and I'm like. Wait this is amazing. and. Lately I haven't been because I usually drink coffee on Fridays when I go to a a group at Department of Mental Health I, every Friday and I specifically go for the coffee. Coffee and conversation and it's like it's kind of unguided like A. Group more so than like up any particular direction so like. Yeah, go right. Hey, have coffee and hang out for a bit. Mary Nice. Social. I? Know Me Being Social Woo. That's a one. They ain't gonNA. Try some new sometimes. So yeah for myself. I usually like mine coffee. No hitting I need my coffee black. Don't ever certain, black coffee. I feel like. It's like. Battery acid newly have that way you have nothing else to. Actually putting your coughing. Okay question real quick. Have you had cold black coffee? have. Still battery acid. As merged. Whole by coffee is a little more subtle on the tone. Or more settled to the taste as impose Soleil hot wyckoff. It's more bitter. You still have the mirrors. Homeland Coffee Ms Harsh is what I'm trying to say. Okay Yeah I would agree I could do it cold. I can't do hotline. I don't know how people do hotline coffee. That's like battery acid to me I like note. SCREAMERS chagrin there. Yeah. Usually put creamer in sugar like oppy, but I usually like to have my coffee with. LICATA CAREER IS A. Mostly, fast food or A. Diner joints. specifically as I am at whole kind of coffee that. Particular to is like dark roast of black magic. From curate. And the reason why I liked the curious because it's, it's a single up. serve coffee. You don't waste a home. Off. Trying to get a cup of coffee. So, that's always been a plus to me I. Love Wake Your Exhort that I also love hearing his. Taste like a cup of coffee to me. Like is more. Interesting Fresher. What it is about it, but I love it. That's that's like my favorite way to have a cup of, coffee. Let's say we don't have keurigs or you don't have like a steam of a of. A Regular Cup of coffee coffee. But you'd rather you bring it into the French Press. Wait before you get into the French. Press I I have a question for both leagues I'm just curious yet. You guys ever have beaten AMIS coffee. Think I have. Steph is intense. I HAVE NOT Know I've had Turkish but not Vietnamese. Really believe in sugar. Cream and like coffee and really released frog. Very strong. I couldn't do it. And I was like I'm out. It was it was really really intense. That's how I felt about Turkish dessert coffee of course I was fifteen at the time. Oh. Yeah, that will do it so anyway. Back to the French Press I wanted to ask that because I was curious. Yeah, I just want to bring up the the tips that I found outline from. Our good friend, the Michael POW. From Souda. ME. Out. On how to use a? French press or how to make the Perfect Cup of coffee with the French Press. So. Talks about of course. What makes the what what makes the cup of Coffee Water? Roaster ear means, but he's basically says that the Water Howard's filtered actually makes the difference in how the Cup will taste. Eight can't actually make your water to hot. Otherwise, it's not pointed. is going to taste like a just over heated. It's GONNA turn out right, and it can't be too cold allies. Water wall bring out the flavor of the of the team. So. That was one chip he had. one thing he says to make sure that the temperature is around two hundred degrees. Fahrenheit and you ship up. To, let it sit for about thirty seconds after boiling it. in the when you use the French Press WanNa make sure that you know. if you have plants. For compost. or You can give it to a friend. You might have plants or composts. Bring you. I actually has plans him Let's have some outpost lobby. Okay yeah, so you know. Tells you how to actually Michael Allow here and he tells us how to actually Cock the. Coffee here any says us. optional raw sugar, honey meld almond melt if you need to us? Substitute any of those items but of course you need watering coffey or Coffee. And Allergy as the tips and the residents emphasis the recipe. It's linked on my page and I'll Lincoln on. The gaming fakes pages. Well my page forces Malchow hangup Melchiot Mellon Cello the sevens hangouts. and yeah so. WH- About resum I had for today closed. I don't have anything well I. Do but I you know continuing with coffee. I wanted to talk to you guys about something that it's A. It's a myth that I've heard about. For a long time and I'm just curious like if you guys were heard of this. How many of you are. How many of you just? Kind of a big way of saying that. have either of you heard of? WATER OF LIFE I know I've heard it from you from. The source that. Told me about. No I have not heard of a specific to water of life. Those were my friend fuller from back in the deck. Told me about this, but basically he claims is. That if you distill. Coffee. A Lot. In other words if you if you make your stuff some coffee. And then I guess you would need to coffeemaker basically. And then you. distill the coffee through the coffee. And Rinse repeat. The eventually what happens is it becomes clear and you get clear crystals. It's like pure caffeine basically. Okay so like it eventually becomes to where it's caffeine in like of visible form by itself in crystals. The crystals and in the water yeah, the liquid. Okay. I've never heard of this. I don't know why someone. But okay. I I've been wanting to do it. I just don't know. Who on Earth would actually let me just? Repeatedly and I don't know how much coffee woman needs to do. And I don't know. And then I would probably be silly like decided to amp up you like. Oh, well, you know. Why USA sounds like something you would do in a chemistry lab. One WANNA use Expresso. Mean why does she? Lets US express it? That was another thing I used to eat. I don't know if you ever had those chocolate covered expresso beams. Third just. Chose yeah. I've had. I've had them hearing. They're they're actually not that bad. Though I remember as a kid, I hated them. Law, so they had, they used to have the kit. And I mean like you know this. This could just be all evidence for why I have had some issues with my kidneys as far as the Meta. Caffeine I've taken in my lifetime. But when I went to the Changeling, game? Both Times. I Buy A. Used to have lake. MOCHA. Sure Little bottle of MOCHA kind of stuff. And then I would buy a half gallon of milk. Through the entire bottle into the half gallon of milk. Shake it and then drink at all I. Well I. Mean that works so possible that some of this stuff then. It may have contributed just a little. So Yeah and. Like I know when I was on my way to Idaho I had a lot. We I used to. I had one of those, too. But I just had the milk sitting in the in the ice, and then I would just have some like when we stopped. That wasn't too bad. They. Don't sell any more now than they sell. Pre made like get Mocha in a in a thing and actually you can get. A cold brew. In A IN A. In like a half gallon. I don't really care for cold brew and the one like I got a bunch of cold brew at the ninety nine cents store. That turned out badly. In fact, there's a radio evidence of that. win. I had the cold brew and I was just. Actually had to run to the bathroom at Heather is. Hosting for me because of it so. That's the thing. I've had some so I mean I wouldn't say I avoid. Coffee is like I. Probably don't as much as I should avoid property. I'm a little bit of caffeine addict. Are the one thing that I was addicted to the other thing I can't. We'll talk about on air. But Anyway moving on. Though This week a lot of companies. Because of the black lives matter and stuff like that and we talked about how were hammered this a put up? A black and white placards almost. Universally the same. And said you know we. We support black lives, matter and wearing inclusive community A. Finder did it and indeed it. But also another thing Dean deals is looking at and they were talking about was talked about think and let him talk about in the program before I'm not sure. But. One of the things is that? Yes, we all kind of know that Are Token? Is You know the father of? Of, the indeed or the Great Grandfather Dean D.. That you know a lot of the ideas that he had for Lord of the rings ended up going towards the indeed. Rate I mean most western European fantasy settings, and General Lor of it does. From token, getting the stuff that takes a completely different turn from talking writing. Exactly, but those things are. A thing that So it's kind of come to. You know an issue of like which I've never really thought about. Is A orbs. Works are. Not just like some kind of. Odd You know fever dream kind of thing. It was actually. Kind of envision -ment of how people. Perceived Tiber tribal cultures during that period of time. So. You. Have that racism built into dungeons and dragons, so they're looking at polling. At really looking at the racism. Inherent in there. And so one of the things they've already started doing is the like I guess in fifth. Edition which I I didn't notice is like well. You can. Always you could play half works, but now you can actually play and work. And instead of it being you know. This ORC is. Is Always Kalikim or whatever you know that the they're. Always the bad guys, it's more. This is just a race. They have different ways of seen things than you do. You know, but they're not. They're not evil. And you know like you complain evil one just like any other thing, but they've kind of started to. Just, go through and look at all the problematic. Racial issues in dungeons and dragons, and they're trying to going to start cleaning it up. And of course on their short-list is ORCS drought. This is another issue. Well we will. We'll probably get into that later, but and. I'm thinking you know even probably how el-Zor are super good or you know. Because that's like kind of looks almost like it's the epitome of. A white race to a degree if you're talking about the else you know. What yeah, never thought about it that way, but it's kind of their. Right it is the I mean on that thing talking did wasn't. Of the scouring the trier thing actually about tanks like and taking over. Because! He spent some time in. Africa is a child, didn't he? I don't. I honestly don't know where he got his. You know his his fantasy from, but I know that because of whatever. You know individual beliefs that he had from that particular timeframe. You know the antiquated timeframe it's it's blend into our modern fantasy because. You know that's where it started from. And I think. That's what we're seeing in society a lot is that you know? And we were talking about this earlier today that you know. Things of the past kind of need to start. Being modernized and you know some of the the thinking behind. It needs to go away and the only way to do that is by. Either rewriting some of it or you know. Pulling it. I mean in the case of this I. Mean Fantasy, unlettered search for in general is always up to interpretation, but we do need to recognize that. Perhaps some of the origins are some of the waves these are used could be interpreted or are interpreted by people as like. Oh. Hey, yeah, that's not cool. Right and like it can be just as simple as lake. Hey, if we're GONNA DO drought. They're just going to be purple for now on, not not black. Or they're not or right. How are they changed master POW POW and jinx and POK Mon. Drag balls eight respectively. Right. 'cause Jinx's is Purple Socio Mammy. Yeah I thought that was kind of racist one. I saw that I'm like wait a minute. Apparently it comes from a Japanese makeup style, although it like I don't know the exact origins, but it's basically kind of like A. A very hyper realized face paint in Japan but win. Obviously you ship. That oversees especially to United States. It's like This has different connotation here. What's weird is I've heard. It's actually racist from different standpoint because what it is. It's making fun of Japanese girls that WANNA look white. That's why the white hair and like that. It's a specific. Type of. You know of a Japanese cultural. Away you something with Japanese culture which I have heard about as well. I mean. There's always anytime. You're looking at literature culture from any perspective, especially non cosmopolitan one. You're gonNA find very uncomfortable stuff like that. I know I barely uncomfortable and found fancy Libertine Za`Z, despite being a great character years a little tiny baby choko in his fro. And it's like Oh to. That's actually really racist. What. There's a character during the game final fancy thirteen. He's black. Enhance a fro- in there's a choke Abo- inside of it, which is super cute in the game. If you don't know the connotation of Bats, a racist Land Bureau. Look like a bird's nest. It's in his hair while. On the race the race. Thing, I guess is what I'm asking, everybody. Well for me. I really thought works. Really members in it that until somebody mentioned it. Will primarily you frank? And I I put. Together. Said ruining things again. I'm sorry. This is this north I'm ruining things again. No, it's not like you ruined creases. For your childhood. Now! What do you mean works? Her Bad, no this. The I really thought about or expe- like that until you mentioned something about it again i. Actually started counting into together and thinking about it more and more, and I started thinking about. Why do they portray them as like? Like these. Not. Basically monstrous? Bee's that are kind that don't really have any social skills or anything like that or their savage. and they look they just in one clause most of the time. But I was I was. Wondering about that, then I thought about it, and it's not about how. Charles Darwin! Came play and also. How HP lovecraft is also. Hours wondering if we were going to bring up lovecraft, because if we're GONNA. Go into a race like literature. That's great. A has very racist connotation. lovecraft is like one of the first ones I always think of. Yeah Love Cup. Yeah. He was definitely a part of his time as well. Well actually. He was a product of for his time Have you read his correspondence with a lot of the other writers? Like 'cause he was part of a lot of like Ken powder roots, basically, which actually did eventually develop the entire Cathal. Foolishness those, but they actually spend a lot of time like working on. Because he was a very sheltered guy like Anna very low and guy, and they kinda did eventually start to see that crack. In fact, apparently, he actually really did not like tomatoes over in Smith because he felt he was going back to that kind of That! That racism, not specifically about race, but that sort of like treating the unknown as like such like our embar barrick ways I guess granted. T was still very very racist. not just in Gerald acts I know. He had a huge problem with Russian people apparently. Was a thing. Though if you look at his language, he's writing as if he's like a fifty to one hundred years even before the time where he was at. Still. He was. Racist! This Oh, very fair very much, so in fact some of that like some of the reading. Some of that like rats, laws in particular is of like gets barry uncomfortable in the modern is if you can actually parse language. Yeah! As far as like for me. Once, you Kinda told me about that. I I kind of looking at things a little differently because I have been reading this web comic called Fort Curl. And I talked about it before on the show, and I really liked this comic I was really interested in it. It's a romance and. Thought about it, but it's about a human girl Who is basically? In tangled in a arrangement was an. Chain or Lord. She basically asked to do what he says. Host I. Thought about it and I was wondering this dot Kinda heart like interracial relationships. or Is that a way of exploring in a relational in relationship relationships or not? But especially since I had that information reveal to me and if that's the case of counseling, why not just have relational interracial relationship instead of just having of Manas relationship? I don't think that's the case officing just wanting something in a fantasy setting with nets, but she she probably doesn't even realize the. Boards. Right and. I honestly didn't ever put it together. I just thought of it and I never thought about it like from the perspective of. You know the great white hunter. That's going to you know catalog tribes his. You know something like that, and then it would move on into you know fantasy I just always thought you know fun fantasy things. You know. I'm not really thinking the origins of it I'm just you know? Having a good time with it, you know. Right and I think that's the case with like especially. If you don't dig into a lot of old school, what or shirt? That's how we take it nonsense mentioned you had the death of the author argument you know once it hits your mind, your interpretation does the author's interpretation really matter you could argue both. No and I I agree with that. It's just the thing. Is it just ends up being a question of if this is something that. Bothers people still, and it can be changed, and it doesn't really affect. That much than. Why not change it? That's my thoughts on it. You know if it's not that big of a difference. You know if it's like. We're not going to say that. They're just evil, and they have no because some people feel like. We're saying that about black people than we should not do that. You know what I mean. Now I. I heard I'm forgetting in context was, but I did hear the argument. Never keep anything just for traditions sick. No that's that's true you know. That's kind of weird thing because you have comfort kind of things like I'm talking about like we always have this barbecue around this time of year, and it's really nice because this happens when that happens. And there's like that kind of Traditional. Well, that's a different sort of tradition. But Yet, see know we just have to have it like this. Even though you know probably came from this and make people feel uncomfortable. And like it doesn't matter if it's works are goblins. It's like whatever because like the thing is. Is there like their mythic creatures? So if we're going to you, know, change a little bit on them. Is Not that big of a deal? And, it's not like they have. Nobody's written like A. A massive, you know amazing cannon where it's like Oh. This is like the epitome book. We're really talks about you know. None of them. It's not it's like you know they have no culture. They have no value kind of thing, so it's not like changing them. Now would be that big of a difference. You know, but. I'd like to read some cool books about you know like. This is how they came to be. I know that One thing I liked. was. In I don't know. Maybe this will sound racist I duNNo. I don't know now I. THINK ABOUT IT I! Don't know a Dragon Lance had a story. That the L.'s. Or that the ORCS were wants beautiful beautiful people. And then they just. Kept acting a certain way, and then they became. That was the dragon land storyline, so it was really interesting. I think it was the and the the beautiful ORCs recalled IRC, or something like that. That's reminded me kind of dark crystal. Oh you have. The era which were the ascended race that Kinda split into two. You had the mystics who are nature lobbying. And then he had the sexiness which are kind of like the greedy. You know aggregating lines that destroy planet. Now those themes strike all throughout literature, and it's never one thing. I. I just thought it was a cool story for works. Because it was, it was different, it wasn't just like. You know. Be Choke and I liked Shrek Shrek really good story. The original is hilarious. Looking for field? But anyway. Well, so one of the Games we looked at on critical pop I only actually got record about eight minutes was coffee talk that also is very much on the on the interacting with multiple mythical races, which when I started the game, it was like this. Is Seattle Twenty twenty, and I'm like oh no. I'm like poor timing, guys but After the the what happens after the video I did post is that you have a sexist and anals? Talking about you know they basically want to be to cut their other fat families are like no, and the L. starts talking about how he asks. Give up his immortality need to be with the sexist and cubist is like no. Don't do that and she walks out. And it appears that's part of what coffee talk is. All about is actually exploring through mythical creatures, the sort of light you know differences in those cultures based on how people look. Interesting I find that like something. I might want to explore at some point. Actually I I was hoping you would take that one for not. Otherwise I will. Remind Lane. Way. Well there. I only have gotten like fifteen twenty minutes into cobb. You talk now at the beginning part of what they talk about is that basically all the races did come together and decide to live kind of in harmony and away, or in written within one slide is more like. Him. Okay so if they're living in one society is also a a gated community. No it's like the the towards the arts like gave up their weapons. And now you know the ORCS I think are super good with technology, and the doors are building skyscrapers, and you know everyone has kind of found their place and. Talk Yours the breeze stuff, so you're basically interacting with all these different guests getting their life stories for journalist that you know and It seemed like what's going to come up. Are the issues from that occur living in such bit politics society. Okay okay. Sounds like. Play. I'm, GONNA be playing more of it, but I won't be recording it and I hope you take the NFL because I'm actually really interested in the game as well as you could do lots. Hey in it, but that's a side note. It's only fun. So. Guys got to say. I'm really excited for what's coming up and I. Just super excited we've. We've talked about this last last time, but. We've got the ultimate showdown coming and It's really really looking like it's GonNa be fun. It's A. Two things I think that really cool about it. One is that you get. You get to become a contestant just by. Just by? Becoming a patron and it's just you know like. I've got it set, so it's the lowest level so I mean all you have to do is just agree to You know give us a buck. A MONTH! Or you know. Just just for the one month and let you come on as the contestant and. It's not just like. You know like a morning show game. Show I mean we've actually put some some good time into it. It's going to be. You know three rounds of you know a two preliminary rounds and a final round and each Each. One of those rounds is going to actually give you something. It may not be something amazing, but it'll be something we're working on. Get some full prizes. And I'm really excited about it I. Think it's going to be really cool. I hope that Yeah and I'm I know we have a bride knowledge between the three of us of what kind of trivia stuff we could be doing so I'm looking forward to stumping people personally. Well, it's it's GonNa be really well rounded, and then it's going to be Trivia, but it's also going to have some other Some other types of mind benders as well so you know. The one thing we didn't want to do is. We didn't want to change the entire way that it works. Of Right off the bat like it's a you know, it was all thinking and then suddenly you had to. Do Gymnastics in order to get get something. Women Weird on Zoom Anyway, so we we put together. I think a really good game and I think I look forward to to starting to run. That should be pretty cool. Also before I forget on this episode. If you you know, make sure and. Stay tuned because we got Skip tracer is going to be back and he's going to be finishing. His coverage of the quidditch match was an international bitch match, so that'll be pretty cool. And Yeah so. I know there's a Lotta deals going on, Daryl why you let us know about those. At, quite a few, obviously the humble bundles and the. The justice bundles we have covered. Now as far as xbox one right now. One of the ones. We knew we cover the humble. Oh. I well, it's a bear. We actually we didn't, but I did post something to the gaming site. There is a new humble bundle for thirty bucks. I go stores a I forget what organization they donate the money to, but it is another. Ono It's not. It's A. Extreme for ones that you can pick. One I think is. Like an economic, it helps people dinner in economic straights so that way they don't end up, you know. Dealing with law enforcement I think there's some other ones that were pretty cool. I? So, the standouts in that bundle to me were They had jack box four. They had the full bioshock. remastered or something like that? Yeah, the bioshock collection with one to an infinite, which is a great great deal like that alone is worth thirty bucks right and they had the entire Season of overlord. And They had a star finder core rule. Star funding core rulebook by the way a pdf is about fifteen butts. Yeah see what caught my eye on the humble bundle was it's the books I was like okay. That is actually something. That they would want to. I want to look into except right now broke. Yeah I'm with you. Man I'm with you, but. So another sale I do want to mention especially for art crowd is. Right now. Good old games dot com. Is doing a lot of old school. RPG sales right now, so stuff like authors Gay Plane Scape Tournament never winter nights like all that stuff is on Sarah. Now is was if you do have a copy of the witcher on the console, so if you have one for PS, four or for xbox one I don't know if it's available for knitted. A switch probably is They'll just give you a free copy of the three P. C.. Oh Wow. That's really bad. That's one cool thing. I found out. I. Know Epic Games has some Free Games going on right now as well? One of the things I saw the xbox one sale this weekend. Is that digitally? They're doing a platformer cell. Which is why we saw awesome nuts the other night, which is a Tutti Moba. I haven't loved that. Game I bought it on launch like eight years ago, still as good as I remember. And it has a lot of other really good platforms available on it to including Jarara which we've earlier and the unravel games, which I played those I think a week and a half ago and critical Bob which are. There Two d platform irs, but you're like all this yarn and you have to attach yourself to different points to make like bridges to make Johnson do expels and stuff like that. As well as I. Do know on the square INEX- website VR having a massive sell all their final fantasy games. So that's another one look. Wow, okay? I Love Fun fantasy like I love it. It's one of my favorite games. I started playing with my dad in in the summer of. Ninety two and man I just. I could not get enough of it. I had like the little little map that showed like we're all all the different monsters and we just went after all of them. We've been ended up finding the MAC. Os You. You fought them. The extra boss. Yes. I totally did not know about was like a super bowl, and they had always done super bosses since the very beginning of the fan. Series like yeah, I, I didn't remember. Run into a super bosses. Alike I didn't consider them super bosses until like six, which the second half of the game you had these eight dragons. that. You could hunt now not we're extra as well as if your airship occasionally would be attacked by this floating skull in the air called Doom Gates. And of course final fantasy seven had the weapons which I mean, Rubio. I still to this day beat nat thing. Yeah. I didn't know that they've always had the super bosses, but yeah, I mean basically we walked through another thing that they had and I. Don't know if this was. This wasn't a super boss, but it was weird. Was Metal Slime? Metal on. Metal Trading. No, it was in. It was was foul. Fancy okay? It's been a while since I played the first one. And they actually had like. One of the slimes would just have like. Maybe was Dragon Warrior now shoot ninth. Look it up because. One of the slides dressed in armor. And because dressed in armor. There's nothing you can do about it. You'd be like Oh. This thing has like ultimate defense and noting no danger. Right especially with the original final fans they. You're very limited in what your crew could do so if you didn't know about that going in, you could wind up building team that just get. Quite. Right well, the thing is. I don't know like I had a pretty good balance team. Is Iran White White Midge lack age, read Midge and a night. And, that was actually a pretty good team. The. I did not use the red manage. I would always have either I. Know Black Belt. was usually my pick their. Because eventually ending down turns into Ninja. Yeah. That's one thing that I loved about final fantasy is you had like these little eight little eight bit pixels? And then suddenly it was like they morphed, and they looked really good like they were. They were small still but like. For back then it was like that's really clean and looks really nice, so that was kind of amazing. Oh Yeah. That was one of the wet square best. Was that Pixel Art? Yeah. So anyway, back to sales. Yes so there I know there's a lot of them I know Sony has a really good one going on right now to, but I have not personally looked at it as well as Nintendo has lot of stuff on trying to think of. Any other deals going on right now, but thinking there's like. You know for our board Gamer friends. tabletop simulator which is. Pretty much how you play all your board. Games IF YOU WANNA play with your a, but he's online. I mean you always go with the? Board Game Serena which is a good one, too, but if you WANNA be able to play pretty much anything that you. The put your mind to. Than Tim Simulators really good. It's not super good on on my particular right now, but anyway they have that for ten bucks twenty, so it's pretty, Nice. Yeah. That is a great deal. Especially the fact. They have so many mods available for like so many games like. That's a that's enough to like preoccupied for quite some time. Yeah. I, know, see tabletops learning because I used to watch tuttle biscuit, collapse broadcast crew and I watched them. Use It to play secret Hitler, which is a step shing game. In. And they all. The whole thing, also tabletop simulator. You can flip the table I don't. It's just awesome. Yeah. You can, but it's frowned upon. It's really weird So you get point you get. You get credits for not flipping the table. I guess a lot of people do it. So you start getting like? Benefit like a little. Congratulations. You haven't flip the table or A month or something like that. Get achievements for not letting able. If. I'm sitting there playing gain. And it's a complicated game like you know when I'm playing gloom, haven with my buddies. Mouth Flipping the table. That's GONNA make people? Matt. Playing the game you know. Yeah. I assumed the flipping the table. Option is always for the end of the game, but I mean I guess people would do it all the time regularly I guess. Another one I! Play with because we were playing with strangers didn't maybe but I. I don't even understand that 'cause it's just like. It's uncouth to flip the table. Can we all decided that right now? Ho Yeah. Yeah, I mean the only reason to flip. The table is because virtual. And if you do that in real life like you know, after cove it, you just slip someone stable. They're off your table or even the card table. And that means you just ruined their game. 'cause you know it's GonNa come down. It's GonNa mess up their pieces and all that stuff. And you're not going to be invited. So Yeah! I can't think or avenue. I'm not seeing anything else in my email at the moment, about any currently ongoing sales, but. I will try to keep get more. Those articles IC- up on gaming fixes facebook page. That's cool. That's cool, so people can just go check on a page. And you will find lots of awesome. Deals we find them in a that'll be pretty cool. Let people know about those anytime we see him. Oh, I think. So, there's a little bit of controversy, but you know. Hey, it's still good. If, you want to help out black lives matter. you can. There is a deal for. What is it called? Dungeon Master's guilt. which is the the DND? If you play. If, you play what is it called? I can't think of it right now. If basically the the society game for the. eventually he play Adventures League then. That's where you get all your modules and stuff, and so you can get about ten games and support. Black lives matter through drive thru RPG. You could also get. A. Mega RPG collection of of. One and two. On through drive thru RPG. Each one of these is about a nine ninety nine, and you get like a bunch of RPG's and stuff I can't compromise head. Throughout any of the RPG's I can just say that. You know. They're pretty decent RPG's for Realize about twenty, RPG's on each one of the suspect cool. But like I said the the money does tend to go towards A. Democratic. Nomination so that's that's up to you. But. You know we'll. We'll tell you because that's how black lives matter decided. Set that up. So that's on. You know if you want to Support that then that's great and it's some good games and you know it's. You know. Depends on how political your I guess on that situation. Usually I like to keep ahead of the kickstarter. I can't really think of any right now. Oh, this is a big one and this'll probably we're GONNA. Let you guys know about this Next Week We are all going to be attending the big event. which is, it's a big, Brazilian. Don't like mice big Brazilian, Amazon thing, but now it's not. It's A. It's going to be. A. It's GONNA BE A. What are they? What are what are we doing now? where it's going to be all online. But. It's a a convention. That has all of the. Brazilian artists. Or Games and we're going to be talking to a lot of them and hopefully. Get some interviews that we can actually share. Either we're. GonNa share them in pieces on the website or on the web page. Or, WE'RE GONNA. Try and post them here. Depending on what we can do is going to depend on on tax. But you guys looking forward to that because I think it's been pretty cool. I, am look. I am very much like when i read what when you sent the email and I, actually started it. I was like Oh my God. This is awesome, because I am very much into looking at gains from different countries, you don't normally see aims from and if you know south, America and Central America last year, I know I played. This game called the BIS Odyssey on the playstation three that was from Chile. And I, know I was also earlier today looking at this game jam thing from Southeast Asia and I'm just a big fan of smaller projects as well as seeing projects from areas. Don't normally get to see so when I used to me, email I was like. Yes, this'll be off. In I know when we went to indicate and we got to meet INCA Games. Which is a? Which is a incubator? That takes care of all of What is accounting of the country at the moment? Here actually have the card. It's Argentina. So it's all of the all the Games in Argentina. This is where they go in. They incubate them. And they bring them to the United States to indicate. And I think that'd be fun to I'm feeling really gonNA like that. They're going to indicate which is all of the in the independent games. Of both the word and big games, and of course All the. All the independent Games as well as a lot of the college colleges bring their departments into Show their games, too, so it's. It's a really fun on as well. But yeah, this'll be really cool and I think that. You know see all kinds of different games. Different perspectives, which is always interesting to. So I. I look forward to that. What do you think about it, heather? Other. Yes you think about it. What do you think about it? I think. It. Sounds like really good. But. It needs to be worked out. What's? Question. I got last. Fall Asleep or what would happen? SEIZED OUT! I'm sorry. That's okay, so what we're talking about is. We're talking about the. On the big event that's coming up where it's all the different The different. South American. I think it's South American right. Yes I do believe it's primarily South American and Central American developers, but I'm not. And basically speak digital. Big Digital Yeah, that's what we're talking about and that you know we're going to be able to interview them, and either. We're going to put the interviews out on. The, webpage, we're going to put him out on Facebook, but we're going to have them available. And, it should be really cool. And just wanted to get your input on it. I, yeah I'm so sorry. Sleep Line everyone? Not the time to go Siesta but. Yes, my implement says I think that going to be very exciting event and I hope to that we get some exciting content every guys to. Check out later on down the line I for one I'm looking forward to having some of the bigger names. Come out at this particular event because you know, they're the big, the big guys because. The big guys who they often are down at this particular part of the of the world. In Spirit, rare that this particular part of the world has. Big titles in the. Actual game developers actually coming out and producing content for them. Yeah, exactly I think I think we really cool And like I said I think it'll be early need to to get different perspectives. Evidently. Yeah that game I talked about this Besse Odyssey like while it is like you could compare it to. A lot of stuff has some very unique flair. That was distinctly Nice. And the, and then we're also going to the mixer I. Don't know what the differences between the mixer and the party, but you know. Keep taking tickets to give them to you. So I got to see. That, too. All right so. A lot of times. It's really crazy. There's you know there's a lot of events that we can't attendant and take part in. But this year everything we can take part in because there's no charge so far like we've got anime Expo light coming up, we've got. COMECON at home. which is hilarious. I just saw the the video for it. where it's like A. Free Parking. No crowds. you know, make your own food. It was it was kind of funny I think that they may actually have. It looks like they're gonNa have exclusives for COMECON. I think it's interesting how that works though as far as like you know when they have the special stuff. How hard is it going to be to get online because I know? One year, hero cliques did that. They were just like. Yeah, we're just GONNA. Have People be able to get? The stuff will just tell them. When it's available, and then they can just go on and get it instead of getting online at our booth. And it was just gone. Almost immediately. So, I don't know how that's GONNA go I. Don't know if they're gonNA. Do Lego. That's a really big one by the way. I don't know if you knew that or not legal mini, figs huge huge. A draw at COMECON on people get their. One time I was trying to rush the house because I was like I'm going to get into a legal line. That'd be cool is I could pick up anything else what it is. What the mini figures on pay for it whatever? And Got, there at seven am. Got In line. And within. Four minutes or something like that. Somebody came out and said up. It's over. So. that. It's breeze. It's crazy. Come on, it's crazy and it's going to be really interesting to see how they that. I mean I. Think I think the reality is that. Is kind of not happening, but at the same time I think they're going to try and do something exclusives. I think there are going to have. Some panels I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa. Be An interesting I i. think it's not going to be. Going to be as good wonder con necessary. You know what I mean, but it's going to be what is so. It's GonNa be a weight seats shirt. Dan when. I watched those panels every year for stuff I. I like so it'll be like the same thing except actually in time for me. Oh Yeah Okay so? One thing I wanted to share because I. totally forgot is if you want to go, and you want to be a game contestant and you want to go and be a patron with us. You should go to our patriot. And that means you need to go to. Patriot dot com slash gaming fix. And sign up. Under A. Beginner. And you'll be able to be a contestant. Says wanted to add that. We're still working on graphics I. Don't have graphics up yet, but other than that. It's still. Perfectly working and you could easily go and sign up and be a patron. Of our Patriot and we really appreciate that. And another way that you could help out is you can go to our Well. Let me think about that for a minute Yeah, we'll. We'll probably how about that later I'm not going to doing that. Oh, so I have another one. For you guys. As far as rich in thinking and and stuff like that. So, On a lot of the texts sites they were talking about. A CERTAIN TYPE OF VERBIAGE FOR A. Vividly like and the consuls, master and slave. and. So they're talking about changing that. And I was like thinking about that. I was like well. If if dungeons and dragons is already looking at race I mean. Are they going to stop things like You know the slave pits of I can't think of. It's like the drought, sleep, pits or some of those offerings. Oh, now seeing. That gives you. Some interesting territory, because we're not just talking about like a represent a literary representation that you know, might you? Might actually have its roots in being degrading, but we're just talking about types of content there. We are and those types of stories. And that's the thing. And I know that. I don't know, we may actually disagree on this this time. Heather I don't know but. I know that these things have happened in the past you know. Cultures have. Enslaved people. I'm not sure if not talking about. It is the best answer. Once again. Yeah, no, not talking about. It isn't the best answer we need to talk about it so that we don't forget it and we don't repeat the same mistake. Right because the thing is is like with when the drawer like enslaving the people. It's never a good thing over like saying. Oh, they're having a good time, right? Never. Yeah so! I. Don't Know A. Year. I can't think of any fiction I've read of that has come out in the last maybe fifty years where it's been like Oh. Yeah, this is awesome. It's usually always from perspective of these people are bad or this you know the enslavers are bad. I mean. I, only have one pm like we're. Kinda made sense where like they were like well. They take good care of us, and they do this and we don't really WANNA. Leave because you know. We don't really know where we're GONNA. Go and stuff like that and that was. Well? That was very real realities still to this day for people in situations right? It's like yeah. You could free us I guess but then. But then what happens after? You know. Well I. I don't know how much a game of thrones you guys watched, or how many of the books that you've read but us? What's? So the whole thing with Estes and Why am I forgetting the city's name that she she takes over? is the whole thing is like she gets away in her over her head, freeing the slaves, and the slaves are Kinda like Oh, well, you know you Kinda came in and screw things up for us to. Slain I'm not I I'm not saying that you know. The children and changes are like saying, but I'm just saying that. Burn off a lot like in terms lake. Immune like other the Holocaust and I wanted I kind of want the reason why I'm bringing up. Slavery is because of a singing about point down there like a Free and the kids you know. Okay. No say that I just. I'm not sure a monster. How weekend! We'll know just what we can. I agree. I I. Don't agree with kids in cages. Kissing cages should not be happening. Slater in general should not be happening. It needs to stop worldwide. But I don't know if you personally go and save them all. I'm not sure you can do that. I think that the the execution might be difficult. It. I'm for it. I was actually thinking of. I've talked to people. And I guess this goes into gaming in my mind at least I've been like you know. With all the people that like to kind of figure this stuff out. I was thinking about putting together a scenario. Running the scenario. and seeing what you know how people would do this and what? You know. What can be done in fact I was even trying to. You know when everybody was talking about silly thing where they were going to go to area fifty one in. And and they're going to new route it all. All the guards right. Is Wondering why why not just go a step further and go free all the kids in cages because. I. Don't know seem more valuable to me than. than. Bombing test site basically which I mean everyone with area fifty one Nevada is full of frigging. Military test sites. That's what those are. They're all over the place. Well Anyway, Regardless of their salience or not, the aliens awaited. Several. Hundred Years or not hundred years like since the fifties. And you know they can wait a little longer while we will get the kids. Sure they're they're. They're going to be there the whole time. But that's what I'm saying is like you know I thought maybe going to get kids and it's funny. 'cause like I posted that it's like why we go kids and like. I had friends like say you know. Why are you trying to mess up this funny thing? And it's like because. Maybe. We should actually go US 'cause. These people have power like they're going. Doing something very powerful. And yet they're not. You know what I mean there organizing and yet. They're organizing for like when you actually look at it from a bigger picture perspective. It's like wait why. Exactly exactly so. I thought about like you know running scenarios for like you know saving the kids and how you do that, even thought about contacting the. Contacting the. This is very convoluted and I don't even know if I should say. But contacting certain sources and basically hey. You know I think all these gamers might be planning something, but the way we can find out is if you give me the information. That I can see if. We can hypo test it and see. If! Someone the doing. If they know what they're doing then I'll I'll send you the results that way you can you know strengthen your security. And then you know we, they call their information and we take kids, you know. Basically running a getting the information which which I'm sure like? Any organization that guarding anything would have run those scenarios of like well. What if a thousand people just like randomly show up and try to do something? But then I'm like you know until incriminating myself, because I am talk radio program and I'm like I don't WanNa read triangle chest, but I don't know man. I don't know anyway. We're not gonNA. Do any of this stuff we got. We got jokes. We got jokes jokes Marjo. Jokes. Worst case scenario I know how to edit edited, Shit. Which I've been have to. Just say the. Anyway. Well folks I. Don't know anybody. Have anything else because it is time to wrap this bad boy up. Yeah I'll just run through. Some of the Games are gonNA. Be Having next week. obviously we have already. We'll be doing a full playthrough of Hammer. On Gaming States facebook page Ready on mission to this is actually my first step into her hammer in like seniors. So far so good at better than the Action Games space marine than I played Next week. At some point, there is a new game from the developers of pillars attorney. The original fallout called grounded, which is an honey. I shrunk. Kids are PJ. I'm looking forward to that. And there's also another game that just came on game. Pass called west of dead, which I was in the Beta for this discount like a Diablo meet shooter game, so it's like the Diablo top down view, but it's a third person shooter game where you have like rifles and guns and stuff. Ankle. Downloaded several Several hundred Games will not. I would say probably at least one hundred games Onto my tablet, and onto my phone and of course Jerrell has let me on his his. so I'm GonNa be uploading hopefully pictures to the facebook. FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM and twitter. And maybe we might have some some consonant content hopefully, on the actual website as well. Sounds good sounds good. So one more thing because I haven't talked about it in a long time. And I'm Johnson Man. I'm I'm Johnson and that is. In fact I had a I had. I smackdown going while we're talking I didn't see too much it looked like there was a little bit of a weird twist with A. The fiend in that maybe Bray Wyatt his back or something like that I. Don't know where they're going with that and I hope they don't just. Jettison the whole Mr Rogers storyline. That was pretty cool, but anyway The point is is. You know we are. I do the show one two three and I've been. It's been a long time since I've done anything with it and I think that it's getting time where we're going to have something coming coming out pretty soon and. When we do, we'll definitely post to gaming fixed. The people know about it, but you can also go to the one two three group of the wrestling group and check that out as well. And I don't know I like Cuba's leading between like normal show or to our shores. We are show something like that because it's been. A crap ton of things that have happened over the you know the last five months that we've been absent so. It's something I really want to do and I'm looking forward to that. Pretty cool. And other than that. I can't really think of anything. I need to talk about anymore. I don't think there's anything I really talk about. That I got tested I was. Good. I got my. Today negative. Yeah exactly. Experience everybody where your mask. Just wear it. Where six six feet apart, wash your hands. To face. You know the simple things don't touch. Your is very important. Also very hard to do. I. Sort of feel like when I said. Don't touch your face that was. included. Face your eyes on your face. Folks think that's it thanks for. Listening to gaming fixed. Stay tuned for skip tracer. Bringing, US, home in talking about the quidditch match and the everybody. Have a great day. WE'LL! Guys next week. and welcome to high up teen. And today. Hour. So like GonNa Blow Franks eardrums out. We're not gonNA say Frank but. Oh my God. Horrible. I'M GONNA turn this shoot way down and Bro. Are? Cut this now. Welcome to high. 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Ode to Coffee

Maureen From Quarantine

19:29 min | 9 months ago

Ode to Coffee

"Well hello at this. Is Maureen from quarantine talking about of all things coffee? It just came to me. You know what I WANNA do a quick. I won't Blab on but I want to do a quick tribute to coffee and why because coffee is important. And so in coffees kind of cool. There's just so much about coffee that I absolutely love and Adore. And of course coffee is one of my quote tools that I like to share in terms of the Life Force. It really is just one of those things that we have a go-to and coffee is one of them again. You know along with all my other things like meditation. And what have you and a sense of humor and comedy and music and then there's coffee which is a drink made from the ground and roasted seeds of a tree and of course. I love trees. I'm the tree hugger so it's originally native to Arabia and this is circa sixteen hundred from Dutch Kathy from Turkish Kala and from Arabic Kala coffee which Arab demolishes connected with the word meaning wine of all things but it is perhaps rather from the coauthor region of Ethiopia. A home of the plant coffee in a Kafka is called BUTYL which itself was borrowed into Arabic as Ben which is raw coffee and gotta just love coffee so the early forms of the word in English indicate a derivation from Arabic or Turkish Chow. V Teen Ninety Eight. Wow Cov Collie excetera French. Of course cafe. German coffee are via Italian Kathy. So the first coffee house. This is Kinda cool to call the first coffee house in Mecca dates. And of course coffee to me is sometimes considered Mecca if you get the right. Perfect Cup of coffee. It's that simple. Simple thing called a good cup of Coffee Mecca. So how cool that. The first coffee house in Mecca dates to the fifth teen tens. The beverage wasn't Turkey by the fifteen thirties. And it appeared in Europe Circa Fifteen fifteen through fifteen nineteen and was introduced to England by Sixteen Fifty by sixteen seventy five. The country had more than three thousand coffee houses and coffee had replaced beer as a breakfast. Drink who knew? Wow but they were probably a little bit more productive there in the mornings With that as a good breakfast drink replacing beer. But its use their declined. Eighteen see with the introduction of cheaper T- in the American colonies however the tax on tea kept coffee popular and nothing changed their boy. Have we stepped up our coffee game too? There's so many different kinds of coffee but it's kind of fun to go Experiment you know and look around at all the different kinds and then come up with what you best in it becomes again a and adventure and coffees kind of cool Way To meet people to and say. Hey let's meet for a coffee. Hey we met for coffee or remember when we had coffee together and even kind of fun to keep it simple and go you know what. I'm going to stop for a cup of coffee or I'm going out for a cup of coffee and I love that as dear cafe see play. This is kind of Nice to celebrate coffee I won't ramble on about it but it just came to me that I want to really give coffee their props as a wreath the Franklin would say and so As we speak. I'm looking at this really cool Coffee Pot. That a friend of mine gave me One year as a gift and and It's just the coolest thing it seems like a simple little coffee machine but wow it kind of changed. My coffee experience Full throttle. It's just a very simple very Very easy and easy use coffee pot and it actually goes right on the stove. But it's I think it's a it's a European and I'm not quite even sure how to what it's called it's it almost. I think it's Italian. Actually and boy. They know how to make their coffee So it's a stove top coffee maker and Yeah I think it could be Italian but it makes this beautiful beautifully roasted coffee and so it is kind of a nice thing to know that no matter what you can Wake up keep it real simple and you got that really good cup of coffee going and you can do that. Midday are whenever we so choose the way I look at it and for me I do. I like to take myself on that journey of Experiencing different ways of life and the way they serve their coffee. I know in Italy. I adored being at some of the outdoor cafes and just experiencing a real Italian expresso in the tiny Little Cup and it came with the little piece of lemon and so I may have put a little sugar in mine back then today. They have all kinds of things. And now that I'm full-throttled Vegan. I don't even do cream in any of my cafes. The Very Very First Cup of coffee I had. I think was actually. I was not even maybe in the fifth grade sixth grade. It's interesting that I do. Remember my mother who had been schooled in England and had been around the world through Europe. Knew how to make a cup of coffee and she did Introduced me to a thing called Cafe Ole so it was mostly milk but boy. I'll never forget it. I fell in love with Cafe Ole at that young age and there were sugar in it and milk and again to this day for for the longest time. I WAS VEGETARIAN. Vegan so I always put cream or half and half in my coffee and I was knew how to make it just perfectly. The good news is today. They have so many cool Vegan creams and they've got coconut cream. And Almond and just very simple soy. Sometimes they add vanilla and they're already sweet so I don't even use sugar anymore but You know there was a while where I would use the cane sugar and it's all on how we want a doctor at up and where. I'm going with this whole tribute to coffee is that it is important for those times when we're even in the midst of quarantine to go. Wait a minute. Can I make a simple cup of coffee and make it the way you like? Get The you know. Whatever kind of sweetener there's guy there's honey is always good and you can make it a power meal at some of that Manuka honey. Some people like cinnamon nucl- even one of those really cool cinnamon sticks in there and make it like a real special fancy drink and it just so happens. That cinnamon is really good for you and I liked to get organic coffee. I've heard even health wise. It's important to make sure it's organic and guess what it tastes better and again an important tool for us along our path year in the life force scenario and so And also what's important to when making your Perfect Cup of coffee is water? I think it's our fellow meditators and writer. David Lynch says it's all about the water and I think he talks about the water in New York City. Which is why that New York. Cup of coffee is so cool. I remember I lived in New York City for quite a while and During those cold cold winter months I always had my New York Cup of coffee and even back in the day before they had starbucks coffee shop on every corner. It was something about the cool old school to go New York famous Coffee Cup and they didn't have the little you know opener open on top. It wasn't open so I- perfected it and found a way to get it just enough so I can get a little sip. Open it while I'm riding the subway up and down steps and enjoy that Cup of coffee old school style so to this day Something about stopping into an old school New York coffee shop and grabbing a New York Cup of Coffee. GotTa Love IT and again. The water is important. So if you're making it at home make sure you've got really good pure water and that will make your coffee even better that whole and make it an experience and if you have a coffee grinder even better grind it fresh nothing like that. Aromatherapy of fresh ground coffee and have fun with the. Very Cup that you decide to put your coffee in to even add more cool energy to your simple cup of coffee can be something that means a lot to you. It can be. I know when I'm drinking out of the simple Styrofoam Cup it. The experience really isn't the same as when I've got a really cool cup Or if I go to my favorite coffee shop. I don't. I do like starbucks but I tend to experience on trying them all out and I like. I have my set coffee that I do. Go to and my go-to although but I go back and forth sometimes from the Cafe Saito which is a Beautiful Cup of coffee. I've to start giving these recipes because it's it's just good cup of coffee and so that's why I'm giving it again. I won't go on giving this tribute to this cool tool life tool really and so a Catholic Sito's call or a Catholic who bonna nothing like a cool Cavaco Bonn and a lot of these coffee shops and everybody's going to they don't have these cool. European coffees and I like it dark rich Strong Cup of coffee. It's gotta be real sky to be real like we say here gotta be real and Do the real thing and so the cafe coupon is cool to Cortana though is a great cup of coffee and then sometimes they can froth it up with that cool vegan cream they have a new thing called. Oatley which I love and the Baristas really know how to whip that up and put that in a real and make it. A real frothy Cream on top of that Whether it be great expresso or just a good rich coffee and make really exquisite another one to try. Is the Cafe Con Leche which is a shot of Expresso? It's gotTa be good though it'd be good good strong coffee with hot or esteemed. Oatley milk is really good or the again soy cream and this is similar to a lot with sugar already added to it or some kind of sweetener with it. Whatever you so choose. And then the P. Cola Latino which is really great warm Silky Vegan milk and I love to serve it in a little demi toss which is like a small little lot. Take glass so again. The way it served is really important too in the same thing with the Cortana though in a cool little demi toss. I like that or a small little glass so while we can't get out to the cafes here in it's fun to experiment with our own coffee drinks here in quarantine and perhaps if you're in solitude and might be fun to pick up the phone and have coffee and conversation via the telephone it feeds the soul and it's so simple in that first ship of a good cup of coffee whether it's in the morning or whenever sometimes after dinner nothing like a cool after dinner. Coffee so Something about also in meter memories of coffee and times when making memory with the coffee I remember going back to New York and sitting in a coffee shop on a rainy day and enjoying that coffee and looking out as the rain came down on the window and all walks of life that zipped past a window in the rain and I just kept sipping on my coffee thinking about life and love and all the things in this universe and making memories and I do remember making memories with that and then and then have another SIP. Coffee just moment to moment So again whether you're in France and the good French Cup of coffee and the ambiance there or in the good Turkish Cup of coffee is really good and really strong. Although I haven't been there to Turkey Something about going to these places. France and Italy and then getting the experiences wherever we are. It's actually quite civilized and I like that. Let's all settle down and have a sip of our coffee in the words of Louisa May alcott from little women. I'd rather take coffee than compliments. Just now so something about that too even going back even going back in time coffee has always been a good for the soul old school coffee and it really is an art form. It becomes an art form to make that Good Cup of coffee and to prepare. It makes all the difference when you give it that love at that love to it. Even Diner Cup of coffee can be good. I just have some great memories of hanging out at some old school coffee shops and talk until all hours of the morning. Incipient on a pot of coffee so and and while it's nostalgic and all of that if perhaps we can't even have the wherewithal to make the coffee and you. WanNa pick some up from a diner. That can be a cool experience as well to enjoy the Diner Cup of coffee. In Quarantine and aside from soothing the soul sciences proven that indeed coffee can help ward off Alzheimer's as well as dementia and there are many many health aspects to coffee. And of course T. is excellent as well. But that's a topic for another discussion. I think it's interesting too that there are coffee. People in there are people I happen to be. Ah both on a real coffee connoisseur. But I believe that. T- has its place as well and that will a topic for another time in the meantime I wanted to Close off about coffee just for now. I with some of the healthy aspects because again it's It's a power drink as well and it also can fight depression and it makes people happier There's so many different cool coffee recipes. People have obviously coffee cake which I don't know if there's coffee in there but it goes well so many things go well with coffee too. Don't they And let's not forget. My sister reminded me the other day to about iced coffee. And so there's something about that too especially in the summer a good perfect cup of iced coffee so we can have our celebration here For coffee be a winter spring summer or fall as it says and so Also remembering coffee actually has the biggest source of anti-oxidants in the western Diet. And so I know the kids. These days are drinking a lot of starbucks and getting their drinks there too and the way I look at that honestly especially you know there that coffee. It's okay it's really okay. So it's good to just experience. The coffees around the world. And just that whole pay paying tribute to coffee let alone. It improves your energy levels. And it makes makes you smarter. They say to so and it does contain essential nutrients Many of the nutrients in coffee beans make their way into the finished brewed coffee and it's one single cup of coffee contains Riboflavin which is vitamin B. Two which is also great for you and again as begins to. We need more BS. So that's good to make that note Pantothenic acid vitamin B. Five and also manganese and potassium also magnesium and Niacin so and that's vitamin B. Three so all these vitamins and nutrients are adding up as we're going through our day enjoying our coffee and in my case several cups just in the morning and that's okay. So here's to coffee and conversation in quarantine and always this is Maureen from quarantine signing off just for now.

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A expresso verbal das nossas emoes  Acertar  Humano

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A expresso verbal das nossas emoes Acertar Humano

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Filmmaking Magic with Breakwater Studios founder Ben Proudfoot

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

43:12 min | 4 months ago

Filmmaking Magic with Breakwater Studios founder Ben Proudfoot

"Do you want to drive higher conversion rates have clean customer data and better meet compliance requirements. White ops marketing integrity is all about protecting your campaigns from marketing fraud by keeping it human. Download the W. T. F. is marketing fraud report from digits today at white ops dot, com slash marketing today that's White Opie S. dot com slash marketing today. For All of us, it's about predicting where the consumer going and getting cap. Right. One of the things we want to do is create odds that don't suck. Then bracing chains create great possibility. Allen Heart and this is marketing today. Today on the show got been proud foot. Ben Is the CEO and founder of breakwater studios. He founded at eight years ago and. This year alone is team has been honored with the Digital Media Award for best video series, which is almost famous and partnership with the New York Times a Webby a James Beard Award and a wind writer forum selected for Sundance, for that's my jazz, as well as a brand film award for mayday, which was impart collaboration with Schwab their client today on. The show we talk about how brand films can thrive how marketers can work directly with filmmakers and the new model that's emerging both in the direct relationships with filmmakers that brands can make as well as how he's producing films a number of films even this year during the covid nineteen crisis in pandemic. So I hope you enjoy this conversation with Ben Proud, foot? been welcome to the show. Thank you for having me Allen. Excited to be here. We'll I figured. We start off with little magic. Tell me what it was like to become a champion teenage magician well is pretty cool actually. I look back at that time in my life from when I was about fourteen to. Maybe like four years fourteen to eighteen when I was like super super into magic and it was just a ride like our member I've really got into one summer as magician on the on the boardwalk in Halifax. Nova Scotian Nimbus s volume, Patrick Drake. He took me under his wing. He taught me he said he wouldn't teach many tricks that he would teach. Me How to present any tricks that I learned myself and it was a great partnership in we went to the Canadian championship together and he won the senior and I won the junior and I that moment was a pivotal moment for me because I met the world champion at the time of magic. He was there named Jason Latimer and Jason said well if. You want to be the best magician, the world you've gotta come to Los Angeles and joined the Magic Castle Junior program and I think without that experience I don't think I would be in Los Angeles and I'm not even be in the film industry. So looking back is it was pretty pivotal and kind of trained my brain early on in a certain way. Magic's rape for kind of training, your brain to be ultra creative because this kind of new rules right always wondered if you become a magician, does it take the joy out of watching other magicians? Are you constantly trying to figure it out like they decompose it? So to speak my experience is there are several principles of magic that once you have a handle line. You pretty much know what's going on when you watch a magician. Now, occasionally, that kind of comfort and apathy will lead you to being totally floored sometimes when you watch magic but in general I I, really am able to appreciate the the way that magic is presented. I'm not really trying to figure it out, but I'm watching the magician has built the presentation. Of It it does in honestly take the joy out of it a little bit at least it takes the wonder out of it but those times when you do get Florida that much more powerful I mean you can think about it as a filmmaker watching a movie without knowing any artifice are if you're a chef in not being able to discern between all. The ingredients, it does take some of the joy out of it but when it's really good at much better. Nice. Let's talk about how did magic turn into a career in filmmaking in an ultimately a starting breakwater studios yeah. Well so that was where I got tipped off to the magic. Castle in as a fourteen year old at the Canadian Canadian Association of. Magicians. National. Convention. And then I joined the Magic Castle Junior program and I started my own business doing magic whereas I started to learn that how much I love being on entrepreneur and every time I'd make enough money I'd go down to another meeting at the Magic Castle and I made many trips down there I don't know ten fifteen trips to Los Angeles alone. As like a fifteen year old. So I I guess, I look back like looking at parents saying like how I don't think I could ever let my fifteen year old kid fly from. Nova Scotia The Los Angeles on to go to magic magic school. But anyway, I kind of went through that night I won the international championship and I went to Las Vegas and I just didn't like Las Vegas? I just thought that was kind of like where you had to be you wanted to really go for it. And it didn't feel like a place that I would call how it was hot wasn't used to that. The gambling thing didn't really appeal to me the smoke I just didn't jive with me and I had made a lot of different movies and video Israeli with my friends is a teenager just for fun like kids do and I saw the video for UC film school and instantaneously I changed my mind from wanting to be the next David Copperfield to wanting to be the next Steven Spielberg and became obsessed with that career path, and that's what led me to garner the University of Southern, California and desk to make films outside of school. When did you? GOING TO USC it's a top school for cinematic arts in general not to mention just a great school overall but was there a moment when you're going through school where he said this? This is a not only interesting this study but like you wanted to be a career but you knew you had something that makes sense. Yeah I think well first of all, I got rejected from the film's go to start which actually is probably the best thing that ever happened to me was was getting rejected multiple times from the production program I came to. US undeclared whistled into the critical studies program, which is like Film Theory Program very similar honest to the production program. Bet You. There's not really a film filmmaking classes for say where you work with other students to direct films except for one, which is like the beginning filmmaking class and I had kind of like hold my friends together to make a short film called dinner with Fred, which was like a narrative big narrow We shot on thirty five millimeter film. We got a period steam engine we hired real actors recorded a score with. Players that that work for John Williams when he record scores and it was a big operation and we played a couple really lovely little film festivals did not launch my career in the way that I hoped it would, and then at school I made short documentary called ink and paper and I never really done a documentary myself alone before and it was about a letter press a paper shop struggling to persist in in modern times in downtown L. A. and I put it online and it went viral is back in two thousand eleven and that's against the rules students online, but it was like over the Christmas holidays so they didn't notice. And by the time everybody got back. It was Kinda too late and that that really started my career in in a real way where where I felt as though, I could make something that hundred thousand people could react to and I got a lot of meetings that production companies and studios reaching out to me saying, Hey, this is greg and doing the whole water bottle tour and all that and that. was really when I thought. Hey, there could be something here in in the short documentary space that I I never realized and frankly that kind of set the course for the next eight years. Will you accomplished a lot I? Mean you're what? Twenty nine is at right to have injury. Yeah. So you're a young man I can say that in my forties early for. But you've had an amazing run so far right. You've got an amazing relationship with Schwab the company doing brandon documentary films. If got a relationship with the New York, times with their up Docs program let's kind of break these apart a little bit. Let's start with the New York Times, like that seems like not only an amazing opportunity but a huge platform for an aspiring young filmmakers trying to make money trying to find a way towards money. Tell me about the relationship there like how did that come about said the New York Times opposites. It's a big company and has millions of of digital subscribers and they have multiple facets of their company that involved in like video making filmmaking and television make gang and narrative nonfiction, and so my relationship with the Times started out with an initiative they have called off talks which. Is Under the opinion journalism section of the New York Times and Lindsey Krause is the the senior supervising editor there and they program opinion documentaries, which Kinda Layman's terms are what they think are the best short documentaries being made. That are the most relevant to today and they have a really good track record of of picking a lot of fantastic short documentaries in it's one of the you know in a world where there's very little economy around documentaries. It's one of the places you can kind of dream about as a short documentary, film-makers to have your film released with. The New York Times it's it's a big honor and so when we had the chance to do that with them with a film I had made just out of action called the king of fish and chips. It was like just an amazing experience. I remember guarded New York with Abby Davis might executive producer and taking a picture in front of the new. York Times building and just being so exciting and I still feel that excited working with them today such a just venerable institution on the planet. Earth in that film was successful and luckily led to as really starting A. More meaningful relationship where we've been making these almost famous downs as a series, we've done four released four so far, and we're working on a whole batch more but it's just been an amazing combination of me who has a huge amount of enthusiasm and energy and amazing team that helps he'd be prolific in a lot of films and they are times that needs really amazing high-quality. So making on a continued basis and so when we when we met it just kind of a great match and I hope we both feel like we're getting a better end of the deal Y-. They're always the best partners. The agreed you mentioned one, the king of fish and chips. That's Hilarious by such a such a character. Yeah. Yeah. Amazing. Amazing. It makes me wonder where you find these people but the other one that stands out to me and I feel like I've binge watched probably all of them at this point not to mention a few others things that you've done. But the one in particular that stood out to me was the aspiring black astronaut who never made it to space. Yeah at Dwight. Yeah. And he his story with all of your films frankly that I've watched so far there's just so many. Layers to the story that you're telling. You think it's going one way, and then there's a twist but it's more of a layer than a complete writer left turn, and then by the end you're left like just kind of like sitting in silence for a couple of minutes like processing at least that's been my experience and I don't see many stories like that story's told that way. So I don't know if that was something that was just natural like this just the way you've done it. Or if it was intentional or I don't know how it comes about maybe it's just magic. Magician. Well, it's a tough thing to like interests backed about but I think the goal that we have when we make short documentary is to like similar to magician. We're hyper focused on the audience's experience, and we're very focused on respecting the audiences time and making it as elegant and condensed and rich as possible like I. I've been enjoying Hamilton on on Disney plus I've got on stage but like when. You listen to that music in those lyrics. You know that men were just like worked on those couplets those lyrics until like you couldn't. You could just kick the tires on them and you couldn't make them any DEM. Sir. Better there's no better word is no more elegant way to tell that story and we kind of a tried to achieve that same elegance and density in our documentaries and because of that. We kind of different goal from a documentary series that you would watch on Netflix because they're all is to failure evening right to keep you entertained for as long as possible because that's their incentive to take up as much of the attention economy as can. So with our goal being totally different to try to deliver a really rich emotional experience in a limited time, you kind of get a different after. Its and hopefully it's one that you return to and at take something from like a good conversation with a friend. But I, do get that feedback aloft that the experience of watching our is different than people's other like media intake experiences for sure for sure and I say this with the most adoration for the person I'm about to compare you to but it almost feels like you're the Anti Ken Burns you. Stretch. Your evening over five weeks with a montage at the unravels the story piece by piece versus eight to fifteen minute like wallop that you get when watching. Interestingly he Ken Burns just started as something called Onum, which takes his big mega projects and cuts them into like clips in shorts to make them more accessible. But yeah, I mean Ken Burns, I think Ken Burns major drive is as a as a historian and my drive is not so much as a as a historian as much as it is as like a humanist and like I'm less interested in the objective truth and more interested in the subject of truce like what was it like to be that person at that time and water all the stage magic tricks that we can use. From Hollywood filmmaking to really bring this sometimes experience, sometimes ordinary person story to life writ large in a way that we can recognize that that's why we bring in big recorded live orchestral scores and beautiful color and Anamour cinematography and all these kind of tricks that are usually reserved for big feature films for theatrical release using them in the short documentary space adding that's part of what makes our offensive nick It's all elements together that I think gets you that for lack of. A better. Articulate version while up that I was talking about it. Kinda hits you and really draws you in quickly to the store I. Mean you only have certain amount of time and attention that you're focused on but yeah it it's it's quite artful frankly. Well, let's talk a little bit about branded films I. Mean you take the same approach and honestly can't tell the difference in the treatment if you will between the different films that I've looked at were branded or more editorial or With The New York Times Initiative. So what was it about branded films? Why do that? Well, I knew that I was good at making short documentaries and I also knew that there was zero economy around start documentaries right? Like I'm rereading Walt Disney's biography and there's this part where he's making the Mickey Mouse cartoons animation short films, and like United Artists, orders, like fifty two mickey mouse cartoons and it's enough money for him to make the cartoons and make a profit. There is no such place for. Premium true premiums no such distribution method that today could hire me to make fifty two documentaries in a year and for us to make a profit just doesn't exist. So if your goal is to to make sure documentaries, you kind of have to find other ways in other alignments in ways that you can create value somewhere while while doing your thing and I kind of stumbled into the branded space basically because video where I was releasing all my phones and I was first starting out. They started brand studio and their idea was connected filmmakers with brands. So it was a project that was it was knee brand studio in an agency and then Charles Schwab and we got the GIG and this kind of like ladder of of in-between middlemen is like very common in this world of branded staff is is all kinds of people enjoy the the cash and we did it we made a film for not not very much money, but I was thrilled as a starting out and then Eventually both of those entities either went out of business stopped working with Schwab and we got reconnected directly with Schwab and they said budget wise. What do you think and I said Santa's last times fine sent over the contract and it was for like ten times as much money and I said it may. There's some mistake and we figured out that no the to intervening agencies had taken ninety percent of the money and that's when I decided that I would never work with an agency or any intervening. Between, the new brand, not simply just because we wanted all the money but because making films that you would make anyway as a filmmaker that has served serves the brand purpose is really really difficult. For eight years, it is a challenge every time to walk that tightrope it easy and you really need to be in lockstep in. Contact in deep understanding what the brand you have a hope in hell getting right and that rule has kept us from being a more traditional production service company that works agencies and has has made us I think more success fault but also far more independent than a lot of other production companies who are dependent on really listening to what the agency is asking for because we're not dependent on agency. Our job is to make sure the brand is happy for their souls, and so we have a unique unique position in that market I. Know You've you're are pretty vocal about the model and of trying to create these direct relationships if if at all possible for no other reason what you just described. But I think also you put an agency in the mix or any intermediary in any situation and you get a game of telephone or too many cooks in the kitchen and it can potentially damage the output and probably most likely is is watering down at some level frankly. So you found this model kind of a little bit by chance but how you maximize the model cat works well, what doesn't work? Well, you're speaking to marketers today on this podcast. So like if I'm a marketer, how do I think about working directly with filmmaker or production company? Yeah. So a couple of things I think the first thing to realize is that whatever semantics you wanna use I really see like. Marketing and advertising as one thing and branding NPR communications. As another thing I think is a big divide between those two efforts within the company and in general and I'm generalizing marketing and advertising charged with making an immediate impact on whatever you're trying to make an impact on whether it's revenue or sales, or whatever in this quarter or the next quarter there are charged with leveraging art and advertisements and and films, and whatever to make an immediate impact. Then on the brand parent communication side, my experience has been that those folks are really far more interested in the long term brand building and storytelling around a company and the long term vision. It's usually connected to the founder or what have you. This kind of first things rooted balls that are carried out over a number of years or decades and people aren't used to it. But the films that we make really are better suited going through the PR communications and brand side rather than marketing and advertising, and there's a few reasons for that one of which is that that marketing and advertising side, they're used to dealing with agencies and the idea of working directly the filmmaker is not something that they wanna do or or are used to, and they also want to get the brand in there and they want immediate results. They WanNa meet their KPI and Blah Blah Blah and it just like a lot of those things are really hard to. And you can't do it. The other thing is a lot of them are frustrated filmmakers on that side of things right? They want to be involved in the film making process, and therefore there's nothing wrong with that. But from filmmaking side, right what people wanna see something that's like of a filmmaker that has voice and it can't have a voice if you have to make kitchen and in my experience is far more likely that you're. Going to have too many cooks in the kitchen. If you're making something with marketing advertising on the PR side communications, they're great story tellers but they're not they're not trying to make a comment on whether this should be this shot should be a little punch in the shadow littler. I'm not sure about the flute lying there right? Like it's more of mutual respect situation where we're dealing in broad strokes of the direction, there's more flexibility. And more mutual respect between filmmaker Anthony, and that long term vision is really what we need is a filmmaker to push towards not short-term product stuff and obviously the problem is the marketing advertising get all the money NPR and communication brand. They don't have they don't have the same budget. So you know my clients that are doing the best in this in this realm are taking some cash that they traditionally have spent on media buys. In advertising production and they're giving it to their brandon PR and communications departments to work with folks like me, and it's not to say marketing advertising is ineffective or the agencies in many cases aren't super effective but it's changing landscape and their spreads have to pay attention to their long-term story in their profile as authentic entity in the world, and this is a great way to do it, and frankly it's an affordable alternative to advertising. Yeah. That's just for what it's worth is I think you're right I would characterize it slightly differently I, think even within marketing, there are two different schools of thought. There's the brand marketing side and see what you've described and kind of LUMPEN PR and communications was very agree that kind of more long long term really trying to find the right narrative and even in the PR. Space, the editorial quality of that narrative, right visit the story really stick and not just do we want to beat our chests say great. So I I agree with you wholeheartedly I think within marketing what we're trying to do in my own small ways try to bridge those two worlds of performance marketing or the what you call the short term, the marketing advertising like. Hit or number sell more short-term. Promo focused even at times with the ability to focus long-term as well. So like how do we build this brand while we make ourselves number every quarter and I think there are companies out there that are starting to do that. But to your point, it makes perfect sense that your performance marketer is not the tool that you pull out. But if you're interested in that long term brand building, this is a great way. To Go I. also talk about it as a deposit worth versus withdrawal like a good brand film is something that's GonNa. Make a customer a potential consumer. Say I love that I love that that's great and they'll feel gratitude towards Charles Schwab, whoever for bringing them that story right and it's just good. They're not telling you anything not telling you you know zero dollar trades they're just bringing you this wonderful story and appreciate it in it's a deposit and so. Then later on when they get served performance advertisement where they're saying, Hey, going up with asser we're better than whoever using, whatever far more likely to engage that in a positive way than never having had that initial experience and I can speak specifically for my generation in Gen Z. following is that you know we see companies as people with personalities in value systems and neutrality is no longer acceptable like brands have to commit to a point of view authentic. And consistent point of view and just like people if you're not consistent, we don't trust you. You're always trying to sell US something we don't trust and one way to do that is to make films that have a consistent message point of view and Wen Mei way to make a consistent message point of view is to work with the an filmmaker over and over again and that filmmaker helps build your voice as a company and built trust with an audience. I mean I just use one of your clients. As an example, I think just to bring this to life for listeners as Schwab rate like if you think about the performance angle of their advertising, no fees doing right by their customers is Kinda the general message, but it's a lot of like no fees pre-trading that type of thing when they're trying to convert rate but that only really helps. Them stand out because of the founding story of Schwab himself. You know and chuck and I loved the fact that it looked like correct me if this is wrong but it looks like you did a interview or two with a truck so to speak, I, don't know him on a first name basis I feel like I do after watching the film did the interviews with Chuck and then eventually that. made it into an ad, but it also provides context for the reason why they do an offer, the products and services that they do and I mean look I just think we don't trust companies that exist because they think they can make money like people. This may be people in general, but specifically young people if the purpose of the company is simply to make money. We don't care that doesn't appeal to us, and there's a lot of companies out there that that's the only reason why they exist and within Schwab's case right and you get to see it in the films that we've made that feature chuck himself is chuck was driven Shirley like he saw an opportunity and he's an entrepreneur, but really he was driven by wanting to do. Right by the individual investor at East started in nineteen seventy five people were getting ripped off as an industry that was full of conflicts of interest and frankly similar to me coming to Hollywood looking around it just wasn't a business that I really wanted to be a part of, and so you kind of have a choice you can either leave and go find something else. You can join the broken business or you can create something new your own system that tries to change the game, and that's what chuck did and it was also met serendipitous -ly with this May First Nineteen seventy five decision to deregulate the stock market and open up trades to the ordinary person that really created this massive fortress of the company that started with sky and and. His disappointment with how this that, how the brokerage industry were, and that's a that's a real story and it's true and he's still chairman and owner of the company and I think people like that people like to know the context in history of why this company exists what the values are, and that it exists for something greater than just and that certainly is true Charles. Schwab. McCarthy. Would you say that that like the story of truth and finding that thread if you will for company that's a key element to bring films? Yeah I mean you need clarity like that's where a lot of brands fail is clarity about who they are who they are and who they earned like I repeat this all the time to myself to my team clarity breeds. Success success breeds options, and then when you have options, you lose clarity. So it's really a process of acting on clarity and once you have success because of that, paring down those options into clarity again and so the best marketers and the best here people the best communications people, the best brands they are consistent in clear repeating the same message more or less again and. Again and again and again, and again over many years not changing to go with the wind blows. We don't like those people. We don't like fairweather brands. We want people who are consistent even when it's hard to be consistent even when it's ahead of the curve to be consistent and the no better place for that clarity to come from. Then why did this isn't start versus? Awesome will do I feel like I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you how in this world that we live in of a pandemic house filmmaking changed I mean you you are seems like more busy than anybody I know in this business how are you continuing to produce? Yeah, it's very true in a they always it's an old adage and you hear it's run around a lot during coronavirus that like pressure and lack of resources leads to innovation in that. Certainly, it's through of US early on in the pandemic I had to go home to Nova Scotia acas my dad was sick. So I I really couldn't leave Nova Scotia and then Pandemic it in and I definitely couldn't cross the border so I was kind of their in Nova Scotia all these projects we needed to do, and we needed to figure out a way for me to conduct interviews which are sort of like a core unit of Oliver Films without me being there, and so we've hired all of our production professionals, cinematographers, sound recordist Cetera we put them on teams. We gave them this challenge of how we were going to operate in a safe way during coronavirus and they came up with all kinds of incredible engineers ideas that we combined in something we call the SIP protocol, the self isolated production protocol, and sort. Of High level. Basically, what it is a single crewmember, it goes to the location where the subject is goes to the city or the town where the subject is, we rent a location they're the single crew member sets up the cameras sets up the sound sets up the lighting, all the computer systems they build a huge plastic barrier that divides the space into the crew members side. In the subject side, we sterilize everything wipe everything down than we abandoned the space for seventy two hours, which is the longest corona virus can live on any surface, which is very low low low chance of transmission with a surface making movies. Yeah we don't take. Any chances and then the subject comes back through a separate door. They have separate bathroom and I'm able to interview them over Zoom, and two people are never in this room for the entirety of the process. So a lot of action as are just slapping masks on people in saying go do a US to do be careful, and let's have tests I just don't think that's safe enough and said this model has been it's both full proof and something we've been able to do while I was in Canada I'm back in the states now and we were on our thirteenth production. So with not many production companies operating just gotten a lot of. Calls and we've been executing for for our clients in for a lot of original work as well. It's amazing. Very inventive to your point you have to keep going yeah I mean, you know documentary filmmakers I, think in particular are particularly Agile and resourceful in that pretty much as we do every day we're we're handed some new piece of Information of New Paradigm we have to figure out how to operate in that situation, and this is just another one of those jobs. It's cool I want to switch gears a little bit. We love to get to know the person behind the microphone a little bit more intimately and really like this question which. Is Is there been experience of your past that defines or makes you are and we may have talked about it already but just wanted to ask I would actually point to a series of similar things that I've experienced that really probably shaped who I am more than anything I don't know if I've had outsized exposure to people close to me dying but I certainly have had a number of people close to me die even now I'm I'm not out of my twenties yet close friends several mentors by father recently in May and I think those experiences have taught me a couple of things but mostly that our life is so fragile and so. Short of undetermined length and could really like be over at any minute and you could you look at that and you could see it as as darkness, but it actually is intensely motivating. It is the red heat at the center of the furnace that drives me that I have a limited time on this planet and anything short of full out nonstop working towards building this company in building the family I want to with my my and being a great friend and being a great family member anything short of nonstop is like Hannah, not acceptable to me because I feel like who knows when it's going to end and how precious it is to. Be here, and I think that really shapes me and it also gives me a lot of empathy for for people even though we don't talk about it because I think Kinda, scared of the topic of death in America losing people that are closest to us, and frankly ignoring the fact that we're all going to go here at some point is I think a core emotional unexplored story of most people and when you really get down with those experiences, a profound loss, our some of our most sacred. So those experiences for me really drive me as an entrepreneur, but also inform me as a as a creative person artist and what looking to capture. The thank you for sharing. Sorry to hear about your your father. It's never easy to lose anyone but losing. Apparent. Earlier in life I, think probably takes an extra toll. So thanks thank you for sharing. Will you're twenty nine? This may seem like a silly question. But what advice would you give your younger self? Maybe we go back to like five or ten at a I don't know. Kosh what advice would I give my younger self I think I care less and less I think life goes on what other people think of me. And, I, think I think maybe the first twenty or twenty five years of my life. What other people thought of me was maybe the most important thing in my. Is Common Experience. For young people and I think as I've gotten more secure in like who I am and more able to appreciate what's good and what I have to work on. Personally, I feel less motivated to do things simply to please other people and far more motivated to do things because there it's the right thing to do whether anyone notices. Or cares agrees or not, and I would love to shave a few years off of that first quarter century where I really was doing things to please please other folks alone I liked pleasing people I mean it certainly my personality I like doing well and making good on promises. But I think sometimes that extends beyond a certain boundary of of self respect. I know what you mean. He goes trap to you of being in a service industry. So to speak serving a client or a another being so yeah, I know exactly what you mean. Silly question account like where this goes from time to time is has there been an impactful purchase that you've made of one hundred dollars or less saying the last year ooh hundred dollars or less impactful purchase I'm. GonNa say be a leading machine would isn't so Sarah. It's an espresso maker, but it's it's like an analog. Espresso. Admit maker and there's this I. Think it was a guy with the last name Belletti of this Italian guide. He invented this kind of it's like an hourglass shape aluminum pot where you pour water in the bottom, you put espresso in the new screwed on top in Berkeley Expresso and that is something that I use every day that I love and is under one hundred dollars and I'm very happy that I said that's that's the best I can come up with I was GONNA say air pods, but I think like free bucks. Yeah. No I mean that would work too. But I really like the espresso maker to have to look up I think you're mean it's fun and it's an it's. It's the first thing. I do when I wake up in the morning I go out, measure the water, measure the coffee I, stick it on the stove and I read the New York Times. Nice Nice two last questions for you a little bit more marketing focused. So this is okay. Oh Yeah. Baby bring it on. All right. So serious. Brands or companies or causes the year taking notice of you think other people should take notice Yeah I think well, this is more in the filmmaking world than the marketing world but I I do think it's all all ended the same same heading. So there's a there's a group called round girls doc mafia, and this is a group in the film industry in its led by a filmmaker producer damned Jaba void and it started organically with a group of lack indigenous women of color I think any other Sundance It is realized there's no organization that at brought all these folks together in the community, and so he started this this organization that at its most basic is is a collection of these people who are frankly hugely underrepresented in the documentary community and also hugely underrepresented in the rand funded documentary community, and that's she's reading organization doing a fundraiser right now to help build that and I think I think it's a really important I. mean as a white man coming from from Canada I've got a lot to learn and I've learned a lot from from reading that I've taken cues from their organization and from friends who've sent me in the right direction. But I do think that as brands get more and more on the business of brand filmmaking, they should in a quality and experience in whatever is obvious. It's but they also need to think about authentic authorship. And who's the one making the them, and how's that going to impact film and what is the story they're trying to tell and how can we make our industry reflect what America looks like and so I I really appreciate organizations like that are helping to make an impact and I hope that brands pay attention to them to awesome last question for you. What do you feel like either the biggest opportunity or largest threat the faces? Marketers I think the biggest opportunity is for for brands to disrupt the some industry s in particular. If you look at Netflix, one of the worst things from hardest in a filmmaker perspective is that Netflix owns everything worldwide perpetuity. The filmmaker never participates in the success of the project and that's changed a lot from the studios operate and I think that's ripe to be disrupted sharing in the success of a project aligning filmmaker with the. Financial or distribution success somebody's going to do that and I think it might as well be brands. If you look back to, you know how television started with different brands presenting different television shows I think that's coming back and and whoever figures that out I will will reap the benefits. I think the biggest threat is advertising and marketing fiduciary duty when I became a the owner of a company that had an investor in it. I became aware of this thing do sherry duty as what's what's that? Well, you know it means that as an officer of the company you are legally bound. You are legally bound in America to make decisions that make the company, the most money period in if not, you're violating their fiduciary duty and I think that's the biggest threat because I don't think the company companies that simply operate on the frontier duty to their shareholders making. As, much money as humanly possible will be I. Don't think consumers will extend that understanding to companies much longer, and we really need to rethink what the responsibility of these C. Suite officers are. What is the responsibility? Is it simply to make as much money as possible or is there something deeper in society that they're responsible for in this idea of social value and bring that into the duties of the officers of the company as? A equally important bottom line to simply making money I think solving that problem is one of the biggest challenges that we have going forward because we don't accept it. We think there should be something more at bigger responsibility for these companies will been. Thank you so much for coming on the show and I have on this last note your last response I have someone to introduce you to some more to come on but thank you. Okay. Sounds good. Thank you. Thank you for having me I. It's Allen Again Marketing today was created and produced by. If you're new to marketing today. Please feel free to write us a review on itunes or your favorite listening. Don't forget to subscribe tell your friends and colleagues about the show. I. Love to hear from listeners and you can contact me at marketing today PODCASTS DOT com. There, you'll also find complete show notes links, anything we talk about on any episode. You can also search our archives. I'm Alan Heart and this is marketing. Do you to drive higher conversion rates have clean customer data and better meet compliance requirements. 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Love Noir Pinot Noir 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:16 min | 17 hrs ago

Love Noir Pinot Noir 2018

"Cheap wine finder dot com from deep inside the cheap wine finder bunker. We're having our first snowy day of winter overs through january so it's hunkering down drinking some wine and today i've gotta wine that. I know i'm jumping the gun a little but it's a valentine's day wine me read the bottle. What do we have here. We have the love noir noir. Twenty eight t from california wine is from the wind group. I loved a Link on the review on the cheap wife dot com webpage or the line and they do a bunch of wise. You're probably familiar with and as a As a brand. That's not really tied to a winery. They kind of focus their wines and different groups. And this is you know if you're in their focus group. This is a right juicy flavorful wine at a good price ten bucks. Well then. you're kind of unluck is you're gonna get what they're they're offering. It's a pinot noir and this is my style of pinot noir. I like the more eclectic the the light feathery wounds. You know you can actually get really cheap nowadays. But there's other style that are richer and bolder and more flavor. The i'm not a actually because they tend to really taste good which is something that the love twenty eighteen. What are the reasons. I grabbed the back. Said the labors were Black cherry expresso and chocolate and vanilla. And i'm thinking oh on other than the expresso that's chocolate covered cherries. You know i i can. I'm about that. Make your wind do that for ten bucks. I don't care if it's not the kind of peter navarro. I like i wanna give you wanna try. Which is. I didn't expect that it does have that tasty flavor doesn't have all the things i love about. New are intake. But here's all the things. I really like but inexpensive red wines. So i i just can't look at the pierre name on it that's just me. I don't expect everybody else to have the same issues with this is a pinot noir. Especially if you don't really care one way or another all you want your tastes good. Beloved new aisher certainly does taste. It does have sharing express load a chocolate vanilla long. It's lane it's you know it's not. It's not one of those thought-provoking wines or anything of that nature that's fine. It's not really trying to be. Can you complain about a wine. That does exactly what it says it's going to do. No i mean so there you go so the love love jones and a love a love new. Our new art twenty eighteen songs just changed is a fine red wine for actually really pair really well the minds of chocolates looking for something about bus bank and valentine's day. You could do worse than this wine to there. You go until the next thing. I got a cheap mullebeck coming up. Stay safe stay warm. And i'll be talking to everybody a couple of days.

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Consejos para escritores - Citas de grandes maestros (Quiroga, Monterroso, Bosch, Carver, Cortzar, Hemingway, Chjov, Vargas Llosa)

Ensayista

19:55 min | 3 months ago

Consejos para escritores - Citas de grandes maestros (Quiroga, Monterroso, Bosch, Carver, Cortzar, Hemingway, Chjov, Vargas Llosa)

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Food Neighbourhoods 169: Vientiane

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Food Neighbourhoods 169: Vientiane

"Hello and welcome to food neighborhoods and monocle twenty four. I am Marcus Hippie. All cities various the hello love for their food and drink offerings and in this series we get to know these places this week. We're heading to allow and its capital Vientienne. Although although not a global guest caught sports is has planned to offer if you know where to go manacles Nicholas toomey spent a year in the and he gives us an insider's guide for wear onto what to eat. If you are in town for the day VINCA is capital but not quite city and his best explored by foot. So skip prepaid breakfast and stride out while it's still OKU head towards town of Park and the French Bakery Annabel's for fresh course on tropical jazz. The bread is also some the best in town. If you decide you want something more local stop off the couch. E store for Liverpool Tae began hanging over French colonial rule in Lao the cow G represents real fusion of the two coaches. The party comes with shredded. Green Papaya carrots. Lots and a dose of Jiao Tong. A sweet and spicy sauce made from Sandra Chili's the begets is delicious. Especially when eaten on a park bench. Lau has an excellent coffee growing climate especially to the South East East on the Boulevard Plateau but the Vietnam War. Stunts at the industry's growth elissa plantations with unexploded bombs the things now beginning to improve and MIASMA ASMARA. Coffee shops have recently opened in the capital to tap into the beans so mid morning. This could be our next stop. I recommend the trail opposite. non-food founded did. It is one of the old time players roasting and grinding their own beans and serving up an excellent brew however common ground. Next Expresso and thirty five millimeter Peter also deserving of mention next on lunch the low Asian rice noodle soup is popular midday option for Viennese. Each each really will serve up their own tapes but my favorite is no food restaurant. Don Plan Road it specializes in thicker slightly chewier noodle talk with braised raise. Beef wants to supervise. It becomes a blank canvas and the assortment sauces condiments and fresh herbs positioned on your table. Come into play for me. Always a big squeeze of Lawn Todd Basel on a heat to spoon of dried Chili. But if you're not feeding hot lunch the heads the Vietnamese restaurant. It was a great man for the fresh. Diy Spring Rolls or classing. The waiter will bring a big basket of green salads cold white noodles and rice paper for so can wrap out a few dips and you have a refreshing tasty mail if you want to hit your five a day than jumping one of the fruit shakes but remember to ask for not it sugar. Both saying I'm as evening approaches. You're likely to develop a first time then to introduce you to allow. The highest is compliment. I've ever heard pay towards the national tipple was from an arch. Shame so great. Shame is Ronin X. pub in Vientiane and told me in all sincerity surety. He believed beer. Lowers the best mass-produce lager in the world. It was. He said one of the reasons he chose to move to allow and start a ball the head towards the river as the days during clothes and sits at one of the Riverside baas upstream from the night market. I'd recommend dark bailout with ice. It goes as well with the sunset especially the mighty Mekong slips on by if you feel like a snack then order some fried Mekong Catfish Mikan with Crisp Crisp cafe leaves and Chili Sauce. Although the river fish are not always delectable if there is a time and a place then surely this Laos else was a French protectorate for sixty years and although the colonial legacy is complicated one positive that remains is excellent French cuisine that at its best incorporates incorporates Lau flavors and ingredients the cash to cook and lobbyists through all serve up great food but if you are in town for one night then it has has to be looked after shelter run by the charismatic couple. Anu and Yasmin Penny. The cavs darning space is an old world. Warrants on the food is homely early yet invented with the ALA carte menu full of French classics the weekly Specials Board include some Anu signature creations like green tea and goat's cheese salad and my personal favorite the three source slow roasted portion. Say Hi from me if you drop by for multiple. I'm Nicholas to me. These number one hundred sixty nine or food neighborhoods. Thanks to Nicholas for this week's to four more food entering stories tune into the menu every Friday at twenty hundred London time. I am articles hippie. Thanks for listening and by now.

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Voyagez organis avec Monograms

Pour le plaisir de partir

25:44 min | 3 months ago

Voyagez organis avec Monograms

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How to Be a True Billionaire

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

06:24 min | 2 years ago

How to Be a True Billionaire

"This is five minute Friday. Welcome. This very special interview and episode with the one and only Jason Silva we cover a lot today. But for those that don't know Jason is this is a guy you wanna make sure you follow online. And on TV Jason is a media artist futurist philosopher keynote speaker and TV personality. He's the creator of shots of all a short film series of trailers for the mind that serve as philosophical Expresso shots, exploring innovation technology creativity future ISM and metaphysics of the imagination. He's also the EMMY nominated host of national geographics channel hit TV series brain games, which airs over one hundred countries. What do you think it means to be human today? Well, it's a I did a video recently called redefine billionaire, which was inspired by some of the ideas put out there by kurzweil and pure demand is from the x prize foundation. Which is that the new definition of billionaire today on the back of these exponentially emerging technologies is not somebody who has a billion dollars. But somebody positively affects a billion people. That's the new definition of billionaires like impounded by smartphones empowered by the fact that you know, young kid in Africa with a smartphone has better communications technology than US president at twenty five years had his that allow us to change the world when the supercomputers of yesterday now fitting your pocket, how does that allow us to impact the world positive way a kid in a garage kit with passion has the communication has the power has the technology governments in corporations used to have decades ago. So to human today's to crisscrossed the skies. Human today's to communicate instantaneously across the world. Turn our ideas. Electrify them at the speed of Bod get them out there. Reach other people. We are miraculous beings. There's these cognitive philosophers that I love called David Chalmers. Andy Clarke who wrote a thesis called the extended mind thesis, where they basically with on the notion that iphone therefore aunt that are tools that these technologies are actually cognitive appendages. Like like, if you drew the vice Truyen man today, you know, like your points all of his visualize features of the ideal human form that he'd have an iphone in his hand. And you'd point to it and identify at the same point of the Neo cortex or you point to like his limbs like this is even though it's outside of our skin tissue. It's very much part of the mental apparatus of the human be. So we are extended minds our intellect our conditions distributed between biological and non biological props. Scaffold. So it's like, that's I think what's today that we are extended in almost never leaves her body. Some never sleep yet. It's maybe an arm's length away thousand percent. Yeah. And people like freaked out. We're so dependent on our we've always been symbiotically codependent on our tools like when we started we discovered fires or cooking, food and using stone tools. Our jaws shrink over a couple generations, like our physiology has always been transformed and affected by the tools. Create Marshall mcluhan the media theorist in the seventies. The visionary used to say we build the tools and the tools build us back. Loose mirrow talking before about the feedback. Loops everything we design designs us in return. And Steven Johnson. Our thoughts shape, our spaces are spaces return the favor, you know, that's us. And so that that's what it means to be human today. These cameras are extensions of our mindedness in our agency in our will like our thoughts electrochemical activity within our brain goes way beyond. And the brain, you know, it's going into other brains. It's changing other people's neuro chemistry today. So we're becoming a super organism or we've always have been. But it's like now, it's two blooming. The jazz pocket. Awesome. Are the pocket? I love this. What would you say? If you come up with three questions that everyone. Everyone should ask themselves to have a richer fuller, more expressive, healthy life. What were those three questions or maybe double question? Yeah. You know that great line says ask not what the world needs ask. Instead, what makes you come alive because with the world needs more people who have come alive question. Of course is what makes you come alive. What do I mean by that will what gives you goosebumps? What gives you the chills? What makes you well up the great line by Alan tone? The U K philosopher way says we don't cry because something is sad we cry because something more beautiful than we expected it to be. So those moments make note of those moments when do you find yourself witnessing something that's more beautiful than you expected? It to be what what induces that were the precursors to that. Right because I'm all about control. How can we pre configure more of those experiences? Pre configure more of those moments of grace, reverse engineer, author more those moments for ourselves instead of allowing those moments to be half hazard coincidental elements that just happened. It just happens. Now, we can make more of that we can make more inspiration. We can make more flow more grace more transformation. And that's what I. Want man, I wanna just constantly Pippen is myself. And I think people should ask themselves. How can I Pippin is myself more? Yeah. Okay. Hey, guys, if you enjoyed this inspirational clip from a past episode of the show, then you'll love the free book. I'm giving away right now. It's called the millionaire morning includes some of my best tips for starting off your day with a millionaire mindset. Get your free copy at the millionaire morning dot com and just pay shipping. Again, check it out right now, the millionaire morning dot com.

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How To Start Your Year With Momentum - Part 2

Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere

18:16 min | 2 years ago

How To Start Your Year With Momentum - Part 2

"Welcome to conversations with John and Lisa and Lisa. It's the end of January and we're still talking about resolutions for the new year. Now, I wanna say right off the bat. Why are they doing it? Because we wanna keep this fresh in before you because we don't want you to be one of the stats that gives up on your resolutions by the middle of February. So we just we just feel like he can take a pause and restart. Yeah. Yeah. Yup. Absolutely. So last week what we did lease was so fun. We talked about some of our routines. Can I ask you what what would be two of your biggest, you know, routines that have developed discipline in your life? Well, one of the first routines has developed disciplined in my life is called coffee. We and I get up. Okay. Now, this is actually really true. You're getting insight to John Lisa beer. But Lisa on average has six shots of Expresso in the morning. She usually when she's writing has nine shots of Expresso. And there was a day that she was writing. Twelve shots of Expresso in a morning. I don't know how you do it. Anyway. It's okay. So number one I asked for two what's the other one? Okay. Well, this is something that John really actually taught me he said when you're writing you have to a thousand words a day before you do anything else. And so that's really been a big thing where I actually know that there comes a time where there's a flow and you want to more. That's great. But to be consistent. And I think again that's time with resolutions to be consistent. You don't want to bite off more than you can choose. So if I set my goal for three thousand words, and I can't do it. Then the next day. I've got to do six thousand words and third day nine thousand which is impossible. So it's better to do a little bit consistently. And you know, how you gene Peterson said that it was about obedience consistent obedience in the same direction. And that's kind of what we do. So. Yeah. So that's that's been the only thing I can think of that too routine. Other than brushing my teeth. You know, Lisa one of the things we talked about the end of the year last year was how much we love hearing from our listeners and how we don't hear from you. We'll talk about stupid stuff. Yeah. That's true. Right. Especially if we haven't had our twelve shots of Espresso. But we want to be able to discuss because I'm going to say this again, I said a couple of episodes ago Leeson are feeling like a mom and dad now in the church turning sixty this year. Okay. And I I wanna help people where they're hurting. And I think that's Lisa's heart been a long time. So we love hearing from you on what you want us to talk about. So team actually did a listener poll, and we were able to actually get fifteen hundred people to respond, and this is what we found out that number one topic. Forty two percent of the bowls, was spiritual sense. They wanted to hear spiritual disciplines. So that is really really awesome. So here's what I wanna ask you John last week. We touched on starting the new year in a difficult season of life. So sometimes people start their new year and it's not a difficult season. But many people feel like they are in a season of unrest and uncertainty and. Fear and worry right now. And so will you share strategies on what we should avoid? So this is about what not to do what we should avoid. If we want to set our year up for success. And when we say success, we're not talking about financial Gus, but we're talking about personal success it sometimes translates to financial success. So I don't want to limit the success in your family success in your health. So John what are the things they should not do? So there are things that we should not do in our wilderness season. And then there's things that we should not do. So in a season of preparation in a season of preparation, then there's things we should never do as a believer. Okay. Because one of the conduct that would reflect our marriage covenant that we have with Jesus he's the groom where the bridegroom, right? And so I wanna I wanna talk about this. Because when we're in a dry season Lisa when we're in a time where it doesn't seem like the dream that God's putting in our heart is coming any closer. In fact, it looks like we're going further from that's the time. Time when we're most vulnerable to temptation because we're not being fulfilled. You know, the bible says when a desire comes it's a tree of life. Right. So if the desires not coming hope to furred makes the heart sick, a heart a sick heart is a heart. It's not strong against him tation. So are most vulnerable time is we're in dry places. This is when people do things that they regret later. So if you're in a dry season. Numb first and foremost up your time in the word and ask the Holy Spirit to enlighten, you number to spend more time, praising and worshiping and spend more time in prayer. Because those simple disciplines keep you from doing what the children of Israel. Did God gave him the five things of what not to do in the desert. Right. It was the five things that kept them from the promised land Paul said, this was written to us as examples example. So number one don't bring bad habits into your new year. And if you need to start the new year today, do it don't wait until January first twenty miles a year. Okay. Today every morning twenty nine January twenty nine this is the New Year's day if you're listening February second do that. But don't bring bad habits don't lust after the evil things when we are deprived. Sometimes we think the wrong things going to make us feel better. They're going to make us feel happy. That's not true. I don't know. Why people think the wrong things will make them feel right? But I know I know it's really interesting. How powerful the enemy is number two. Here's what not to do. Don't stay in a toxic relationship because often related they are bad habits, y'all formed in toxic relationship company. The bible says corrupts good morals. Right. Okay. So this could be a relationship with money is going to be a relationship with food with the person it could be your relationship with your career don't pursue idols. John. The apostle said flee from it that flea means run in stark terror in the opposite direction and a lot Neidl is anything we like love trust. Give our affection to more than Jesus Christ. And lease. I loved the way God shared it. With you what he said an idol is. He said an idol is what you give your strength to and what you draw your strength from. That's so powerful. So don't do that. All right. Here's the number three. Don't don't give into sexual temptation into immorality. Listen, Paul made it so clear when somebody does that you're sending against yourself. So before you think all this ten minutes of pleasure or twenty minutes of pleasure is going to be worth it. You have done wrong to yourself Paul made it so clear the person who commits sexual immorality sins against his own body. You are damaging your self. That's first and foremost, so just just think it through. And this is where discipline helps you think through the process before you engage in it with passion. So you think it through all right at the end of this thing, I'm going to be worse off than when I started even though I'm gonna get Mensa amount of pleasure during. Midst of it is that very short lived pleasure worth it. No. It's not. Okay. So don't give into it. Number four. Don't don't tent the Lord. Okay. And you know, when you're tempting God, you're frustrated because your dream hasn't come to pass yet. And you start making requests that, you know, are ridiculous, and you know, or out of line with the will of God, and you are trying to move God's timetable forward in that dungeon for a set amount of time. Israel went to the wilderness for one year they were only supposed to be their year. But they extended it to forty years Joseph was supposed to be a slave ten years. Why? Because God was doing things in him that he didn't realize needed to be done character flaws that needed to be worked out. And God said, I know the time that it's going to take. And so we think we know more than God. I'm ready. No the time when you're going. I'm ready. I'm ready. I'm ready is when God's going. No, you're not. No, you're not. No, you not. Because if you look at Moses he was ready, ready ready to deliver Israel, and he killed one at gypsum when he was forty God says I'm gonna now. Through my process, and now after forty years God goes now, you ready ready ready? And Moses goes I can't talk yet. The bible says he was trained in speech and knowledge. Mighty or a tour. And yet he goes, I can't talk. I'm not fit for this get somebody else to do it. So let me tell you. If you think you're ready for that position that dream that God's putting you might be that you need a little bit more character working and the last one is and this is the most important don't complain don't complain don't complain. Till we used to sing to him all the time to everything without complaining to everything without arguing that you might be blameless impure children. God don't even say, that's. Anyway, I could talk about complaining and Lisa could talk about complaining for the whole podcast. But this is why God hates complaining so much. It says the got like what you're doing in my life. And if I were you got I would be doing it much different. It is an absolute insult to his plan and his integrity in your life. Before we go onto the dues, John. I wanted to bring up something that I think is really important. I think when we talk about toxic relationships, sometimes people can have a very toxic relationship with social media. And they are saying things they shouldn't say people yet. They're saying things they shouldn't say to people that they don't really have a relationship with. And and you don't also want people coming into your world, hit are gonna wound you, and so you're the gatekeeper. And so I think that the beginning of the year is a really important time to say, I'm not going to allow people who don't have a relationship with to control the way, I feel about myself with comparison manipulation. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna follow. People that make me feel less than I'm gonna follow people that make me feel inspired to obey God. And love people. I am not going to be part of the critical community. And I'm not going to give my time and my tolls to trolls. I think that's really important so powerful Lisa. Yeah. So okay. We're gonna talk about the do. So here's some of the things you want to ask our producers. Why did I get the don'ts? And you get the do. I think you're known for don't don't don't for. Anyway. So they're like Lisa's don't for dues. All right. So the first thing you want to do is you wanna you wanna let go you want to release all of last year's failures. But you also need to release all of last year's is excessive because sometimes last year successes will actually keep you from pursuing what God wants to do in the next year. So sure satisfied with it is eight forty three eighteen versus nineteen this. I love the way this ago this but forget all of that. Wait, wait. I worked forget all of that. It is nothing compared to what I am going to do. And this is what that reset minds with God for I'm about to do something new see I have already begun. That's why you're in the wilderness that's dry season. He's letting all that old wine out. So he can do the new wine, and he goes on to do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness pathway town, the wilderness, and I will create rivers in the dry wastelands. So. The best thing about a wilderness. God reveals himself he creates pathways through the wilderness and in the dry wasteland. Love those wilderness, and wastelands is supposed to be non navigable places and God's like when you don't know where to go I'm gonna I'm gonna give you a pathway. And when you don't have any water, I'm going to give you a river of refreshing in Don when I was reading adamant talked about that rock that followed them through the wilderness, which was Christ. So no matter what you're going through. There is a source of refreshing. Yeah. Yeah. And the next thing see what you wanna let go of last year success. In fact, next thing, you gotta do is get a fresh perspective on fasting, and one of the things I I love talking about fasting because it was a turning point in my life from an eating disorder. So I love what God did. But when you are thinking about dieting, diet changes the way, you look, but a fast changes the way you see if you are going. To forget what was in the past you need to see what God wants to show you in the future. He said behold, I'm doing something new do you not perceive? It will sometimes we won't perceive things that God is doing when we're so consumed with eating or social media or things that are just really kind of weighing down. And so fast. Yeah. Fast social media fasting social media can fast shopping member. I did that I watched God totally take care of us. You can fast you can fast sugar. You can fast television. You could pass you could sports on you could fast. A lot of different owns a really good fast fast the Super Bowl while that would really a lot of guys. That'd be saying Jesus I want you to. This would be saying. Yeah, exactly. So so you can here's the thing. I think you should telling guys too fast the Super Bowl Lisa, and I don't want anybody. None of you wives. Are don't you telling your husband's John says you're supposed to fast Looper bowl? I don't say that. Okay. But but here's the thing. I think you can determine what you need to fast by where the enemy has hold on. You. So I think if you can say, our I have has a hold on me when it comes to food or he has a hold on me where I I've been watch on Netflix Amazon prime so you can determine your fast by according to where maybe you're lacking capacity for that new thing that God wants to do. So and Lisa I have fasted professional sports before because why they were getting out of place in my life. So I'm going to add house Cowboys spec. But go ahead. Long longtime ago since now you cheer for the lions anyway, also. So we want to let go of things we want to have it right perspective on fasting. And the next thing you've got to do. And I wanted to say this Jesus fasted, and I'm kinda like Jesus This on a God needs fast. Then I'm pretty sure we all need to fast. So says refresh yourself in God's word. Okay. So we need to say God's word isn't a duty. It's not something. I have to do a refreshing for me. It's it's part of that river in a dry wasteland. When I read the word of God, it washes me refreshes me. And so we're going to refresh ourselves and one of the things I know that you, and I have done you mentioned that you started an LT. I remember for me when I read the message for the first time, I was all of my brain, always defaulted to the or the King, James. And when I started reading the message all of the sudden, I was hearing the same teaching in a new way. And so it would be great because I would read it in the messenger. Oh my gosh. And I'd go back to the other. Ones. And be like, oh, it's always there. I just didn't see it. So what there's a reason for that? Lisa, you know, that it's really good to to redefined translations in because the Hebrews have six thousand words roughly in their alphabet. Whereas we have about twelve thousand. So it takes more for us to say what the Hebrew bible is saying. So it's good to see it from these different angles. And I really enjoy the passion. Translation, I have found it to be just an incredible refreshing. Translation, so if you can get a hold of that there's bible apps, you can find things that are free on the internet. So let go of last year success and failures get a different perspective on fasting. Refresh yourself in God's word. And then pray pray pray, especially if you are in a difficult season. Even if it's just I remember being a horrible season. And my prayer was just like got a cast, my cares on you. Because you care for me. I know that you care for me. So I'm gonna give I can't I can't think about anything. This is overwhelming. I cast all my cares for you care for me when I. I was a young mother. I remember I was like let me be slow to speak quick to listen slow to wrath. Put a watch over my mouth, my prayer a really long time. But you pray you pray, and you and prayer is a conversation. And then the last thing that you need to do is kinda seal of this stay in community. We don't we were not created for 'isolation. I know that you know, if you're at home alone. Nobody's going to hurt you. But you're also not going to grow into everything that God has for you. Because you were created to do live and community. We do courage and community we'd do growth in community we do generosity in community. And so we need to be people have community. I love that. There's really this emphasis among the millennials and the next generation that they want to do community proverbs eighteen one says man who isolates himself seeks his undesired rages against don't. Don't judgment do it. Don't rage against judgment. Hey, lisa. We've gone long this. But but it's really good great strategy. It really is. And we just want to thank all of you for listening. I feel like we got a family podcast family. It's just so fun because we get to meet you guys when we're traveling all over the world, literally all over the world. I think I've had people talk to me about our podcast in Asia Africa, the United States is just amazing. But anyway, please to all of our new friends write a review, and subscribe and share this podcast through itunes, and I just want to remind you the God. Where are you book is a great resource to find strength in purpose in your wilderness? 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To The Piece of Human Garbage Who Stole my Pyrex Dish

Does This Happen to You

08:57 min | 6 months ago

To The Piece of Human Garbage Who Stole my Pyrex Dish

"Hi I'm Chris Kepler and welcome to. Does this happen to you I'm an actor, voice, actor, audiobook, narrator, and writer I love tilling and sharing stories about the strange experiences. My friends I have while doing mundane things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily anomalies, a micro audio book about life and befuddle moment just for you. Our story. This week is from shelagh. Ric Hill who you'll find on medium DOT COM and here is to the piece of human garbage. Who Stole My pyrex dish? The real idiot in this modern day. Romance Stories Me, not you Chad you ask me out on a date. After weeks of talking, we had mutual friends and you had lived in Oklahoma. Your whole life seemed less high risk I nervously replied really. When was the last time a guy asked me out on a real date? I don't know. When was a bomb in office? You assured me that. Yes, you wanted to treat me to Tacos any event. Involving tacos is always going to result in a yes from me. Hey, I'm teaching three Hour Seminar on Hell great taxes are, but we'll have a TACO bar. Count me in. So I met you and you had sandy brown hair with a reddish brown, manly man beard. You wore glasses and your lips were anything, but then you're biceps indicated. You could easily pick me up. Which is saying something similar? I've eaten a significant amount of spicy NACHO. Doritos in the last month. And pick me up. You did shed. It was the eating meat to the curb afterward that I very much did not like it all no sir are date was four point nine stars. You were talkative and funny and smart used words such as Plethora and chivalrous. You had a contagious laugh I brought my famous, no baked cookies and a glass pyrex dish with a Red Lid. That would certainly win you over if my rapier went, didn't I figured you like the cookies or so you said you so obviously wanted to kiss me good night. When you walk me to my car, but I stumbled. I. Mean Says Shade to my door and drove off into the night, playing the weekend with the sunroof up, not a care in the world I had just gone on my first blind date of my entire life, and it was awesome. Fun Fact I was also blind to what a total piece of human garbage you were. You called me every afterward and texted me throughout the day we talked a podcast in politics of scars and siblings of Oklahoma. Life and out of state adventures. What we didn't talk about however was your uncanny ability to disappear like frigging Houdini. Yet forgot to mention that silly goose. Our second date was scheduled in a few days after our first, we had just talked at six o'clock that night, and then eight ish rolled around, and it was time to meet you at the park for an evening stroll like a seventy year old couple you see on those arthritis medication commercials, but then you died. Actually I thought you died, but it turns out. You were super duper, not dead. The long and short of it is Chad. You stood me up like absolutely one hundred percent stood me up, never came to the park, never called or texted back, even telegram, and for sure you didn't bring back my pyrex dish you thief I waited for you to call me that night to explain yourself. Had you fall asleep head? You Developed Amnesia within two hours of our call. Had You googled me and thought this girl's obsession with serial killers is not healthy. What really happened that night? I knew I just knew I'd wake up to a phone. Call from you the next morning to explain everything away. Hey, there Shayla sorry I died. I'm alive now. Let's reschedule that date. There was no phone call I woke to drool on my pillow and a newfound disdain for mankind. Fueled by indignation and a lot. Tae Ice scoured the local news sites to look for car crash reports because I knew SUV was upside down in a ditch somewhere, it was only logical. Because there is just no way a good old oak. Boy would do that to a woman. Southern Boys are gentlemen. They open doors and pull out chairs. They take their hats off the dinner table. They say things like you sure do. Look Pretty, and can I take you out for Fried Chicken? My other theories of your whereabouts included. You Lost Your Phone and alien abducted you at eight o'clock that night. You're actually part of the Irish mob and had to flee immediately you got to caught up reading weathering heights and lost track of time. You were helping a little old lady across the street. But no, you're gone without a trace just like my faith, inman. My friends were kind enough to take me out and shower me with rude names for you. My personal favorite is trash bag. The waitress at Louise even called you cute little names. I won't type on here. It helped. Fast forward nearly three weeks later and guess who calls me at nearly eleven at night it you. You apologized and gave me some half concocted story about being a coward jerk. Hey, look, we agree on something. And? This is the part of the story where I become the idiot. I gave you a second chance. I figured if I could work with murderers and drug offenders and sex traffickers at the county jail, I could find a way to forgive you and give it another try. How can I talk about forgiveness and not offer it to a thirty two year old man who was groveling? Should've stuck with the inmates. They don't even have cell phones. Chad, so we go on our second second date. You actually show up Kudos, but you pushed our date from seven to seven thirty. What were you doing Chad? Why did you need that extra time? You told me it was to clean your trailer where you even cleaning your trailer at all I bet you weren't. Again I'm an idiot. Writing this further confirms that someone must have dropped me on. My head is an infant. Nevertheless we met at a local restaurant and talked and laughed and eight and flirted, and it all felt so genuine, it was way better than a first date, and I was on cloud nine. It was a lot like my first expresso in Rome Italy. It hit me like lightning and I couldn't sleep. I was electrified. And then you stood me up again. Ah, you know who deserve second chances restaurants that heavy strand of hair in their gravy clothing at goodwill, classic literature. We snooze through in Highschool. You deserve a swift kick in the shorts while I wear my four inch heels, the pointy ones, not the wedges. But I'm a writer and we fight with our words. You flaked on me for the second time and I let it happen. And on that day I laughed because what are the chances of being stood up by the same bro Twice Hey. I've always been an overachiever. What can I say so? It's over before it even started Chad. I hope life. has kindly as you did me and keep the PYREX dish. It's replaceable like you. 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Quick Jam #6: Standing Tall In the Lunch Line

Bleeding Green Nation

06:39 min | 5 months ago

Quick Jam #6: Standing Tall In the Lunch Line

"Don't you hate when you listen to a podcast for the first time and there's this great intro music that get y'all hype and the host comes in all soft like to the fantasy miniature podcast I'm your host Johnny Jabber head will not here at BG and baby we are coming in hot to start your day off right I'm your host Michael Kissed this is episode six of quick jam brought to you by the fine folks at espionage and Bleed Green Nation let's start some expresso and get added I up on the docket here Nicole Roby Coleman the eagles new starting Slot Corner has earned praise throughout the camp process but he's in the news For. A different reason than his play yesterday when speaking to the media, he was asked the difference between Carson Wentz and Rams, quarterback jared Goff and our see said the differences that Wentz takes ownership of the offense and he takes accountability and hey. I've often said that Jared Goff is the ask Madden of NFO quarterbacks do how much he leans on Sean mcvay. So my confirmation bias leans heavily in favor of this quote. Jimmy Schwartz spoke to the media as well and was asked about the Eagles presumed CB two automatics, and if he had any reservations about starting a five nine guy on the outside now I think that size matchups are always a concern. But the what I'd say about Avantis the only time he looked short is when when you know he's in the lunch line when he gets on the field, he's never in my mind played small. He's a physical player. He's got great timing ability to jump. And There's been a lot of guys that have that kind of skill set. He brings some things to the table that maybe some of the taller guys don't have. He's got great quickness and Change Direction ability get up to speed super-quick, which allows them play a little bit different technique on the outside and the thing that he's probably. Most deceiving with these. Really strong. Let's not confuse small with with little with him because or short with. Small, probably, the best thing they're, Schwartzman onto say that magic should benefit from being in a more focused role in the defense as opposed to bouncing around to a number of positions like he has in the past on the injury front, not a lot new report from Sunday's show. Andre Dillard has been officially listed as day-to-day with an upper body knock running backs, Corey Lament Boston Scott. Then also vinny curry Hassan Ridgway, returned to practice on Monday Gerard Avery left practice and did not return to action as he. Continues to battle for a roster spot on the Field Carson wentz still struggled a little bit with some accuracy issues, but also toss some beautiful over this shoulder boulder holders to guys like Jj, whiteside, Zakar, and Jalen Rigor. That trio of playmakers continues to impress for went and Wentz was also picked off by Jalen Mills by the way impervious G of mills also at tight coverage on Zach to force incompletion over the middle mills is having a solid came and looks to be settling into his role at safety quite. Well hopefully, that carries into the regular season with the eagles, missing, Malcolm Jenkins, of course, another big play by the defense came from linebacker Duke Riley who off nate Feld took it back for a pick six which caused the sideline to erupt in. Cheers expect an expanded role for Riley this year as he's receiving first team nickel reps alongside Nick Gerry. Schwartz. mentioned in his presser that Riley was already primed for a bigger role last year if I would have forced him into action, so he'll have to continue. To fend off second year linebacker Tj but so far. So good from the former Falcon the most important note from the defense is all about the drip jalen mills is sporting a red visor riding McLeod is going with the blue while Maliki Jackson has opted for amber and Fletcher Cox is Rockin, the black with Andre Dillard, Emily Johnson out today the first team reps from left to right went. Jordan. Lada is CEO Malo Jason. Kelsey. Jason Peters and Matt Prior, it's going to be decision time on my lot of. And they're giving him all the Reps. he needs to make his case in transactional news. The team re signed cornerback Trevor Williams. He was released in July as part of the cuts to get to an eighty man roster after initially being brought on with a future slash reserve contract in January the former chargers corner has twenty seven start under his belt, and if he has a path to the roster is probably gotta be by outshining the injured Sidney. Jones Jones has now Mr five consecutive practices and is hanging precariously on the proverbial roster bubble Schwartz made A. Not. To this and his presser saying that quote time is starting to creep in on US and quote we touched on the rash of false positive Kobe tests hitting the NFL on yesterday show and from what I can tell and I reserve the right to retract this statement in light of new evidence in the future. But the NFL has done a tremendous job handling this situation they learned from the Matt Stafford false positive. They put new measures in place, and now you have a protocol to prevent gains being incorrectly by those false positives they also quickly identified. where the issues were coming from and why so look I've been skeptical about the NFL's ability to pull this thing off. But so far, I can't help but be impressed by the results and it gives me hope that the twenty twenty nfl season happens without a catastrophic kitsch granted. I am saying this as were essentially in the first inning here. But as long as the NFL isn't using the phillies bullpen, all remain cautiously optimistic for the time being I just realized I haven't mentioned Nigel Brandon being cut from the saints in a surprise move I was just. On Louisiana Radio yesterday, and they couldn't tell me why either but Nigel I hope the next organization you go to has winning culture but because you've suffered long enough that'll do it for quick jam six be an ally of the feed and make sure you're subscribed and leaving five stars in a written review and apple podcast. Also check out all the full camp recaps with BG, and radio will be ramping up the lineup of other shows very soon. So you've got that to look forward to as well but in the meantime, go dominate and had yourself day. Gee. What would you do? 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