19 Episode results for "Farah Fawcett"

030: The human design flaw of married-with-children sex

The Doofus Dad Podcast

09:08 min | 1 year ago

030: The human design flaw of married-with-children sex

"This is the Doofus Dad podcast where we explore the fairly dangerous and much-maligned state of Fatherhood in the twenty first century. If what modern media tells us is true. Then to know a dad is to know a doofus hosted by me Mark Johnson the most accomplished doofus all. On today's episode, I'm going to broach the sensitive subject, the human design flaw of married with children. What with the incredible challenges and upheaval facing humanity these days, wildfires, presidential elections, pandemics. Supreme. Court nominations, and rioting in our cities just to name a few. I felt that it was time for me to address what I consider to be the most confusing, frightening, frustrating, and divisive issue of all married with children sex. For most people sex in any form is an enormous enigma. We all wanted at some point in our lives but excluding the paid kind, the process of getting it is fuzzy at best and impossible at worst. Training is entirely on the job and it's difficult to know how well your form is and whether or not it needs work. Much. Like fly fishing, we know from magazines and movies what sex is supposed to look like but the actual execution is usually embarrassing awkward and often ends up with something getting tangled or stuck. I've got the handed to. God was clever about sex. He knew that it was necessary to keep his human species in existence. So he made sex pleasurable and addictive like strawberry now and later candies. Everyone would want to get involved either now or later. Now far be it for me to second guess, the One Almighty God of the universe. But when my time comes and I hopefully end up in the good place, I will have some questions like, for example, what's the point of mosquitoes and poison ivy? How that wisdom teeth which we seem to be better off without. was male pattern baldness absolutely necessary. I'd also have this question regarding sex. I get the reasoning behind making it so fun and addictive but couldn't you've just kind of even things out after the procreation part was taken care of In other words. Couldn't you have installed an off switch in? US Man more specifically US married fathers. I'm thinking this is a fundamental design flaw. You see before babies, men and women seem to have fairly equitable sex drive's. It's all fun and games and the fact that marriage makes it perfectly acceptable. Should you would think ramp up the good times even more. But after that first kid arrives on the scene things change. In their minds many women I won't say all no longer view themselves as one half of a fun naked wrestling duo and they switch over into mommy mode. Any natural hormonal urges that once manifested into naughty cinemax worthy late night behavior suddenly becomes redirected into making sure that this one's the isn't too snug for the baby's bottom or that the diaper bag has been fully restocked prior to a five minute drive to the grocery store. Now. There's no question that mommy mode is the correct mode. Being a mother is clearly demanding GIG and requires fulltime attention and concentration unless the parents decide to turn their children out into the backyard to be raised by squirrels I get this. After careful consideration I have come out against children being raised by squirrels. But Mommy mode can have disastrous side effects. For some the sheer concept of remaining sexy and desirous becomes distasteful and perhaps a little inappropriate regardless of the encouragement in pleadings of their aghast husbands. As their innate Mamo meter skyrockets. There once dominant sexy wife o meter plunges. They are clearly mutually exclusive. But not in the minds and or the loins of us, doofus DADS and husbands. Sure are paternal instincts of family protection barbecuing, and the execution of proper nerf football spiral are ignited particularly with boy children. But our sex drive's tend to remain dangerous pre. Kid Levels. Nothing in our bodies has really changed between the before and the after of that I kids arrival. The equipment after all doesn't know that it's already done its job and is being placed into early retirement. What the hell the equipment demands flabbergasted. I'm at the top of my game I signed a long term contract. This is the point at which God should have installed an on off switch in men. I mean imagine how nice things would be. A Rock Hill well to movie would come on and we'd be entirely unmoved. An unexpected exposure to the Farah Fawcett poster which stirred nothing in us but nostalgia and the urge to watch Charlie's angels reruns Saturday mornings in bed with our wives could be comfortably devoted to sleeping late rather than to well. Not Sleeping late. It's not that are long-suffering. Wives don't gamely try to play along they do their level. Best. God. Love Them. If the meteorological conditions are exactly correct in the stars are in proper alignment alive may actually initiate sex although this is exceedingly rare in nature. Recent studies have shown that this phenomenon happens at roughly the same frequency as the appearance of Haley's comet or the complete freezing over of Niagara Falls, and when it does happen, a husband is often so confused and thrown off he may simply become paralyzed and unable to function at all. Again, all of this anx could have been avoided if God would have simply put men and women on the same page instead of in entirely different books. The other problem is that not only do men have equipment that functions well past its expiration date. But they also have very healthy egos. Sure they understand the whole mommy mode thing but they also WANNA be desirable to their wives and the idea of sympathy sex is nearly more distasteful than no sex at all mind USA. Nearly the almost last thing that we want for our wives is to play along while secretly hating the process and hoping that it will be over as quickly as possible I mean nobody is all the way. Okay with that. So. How is this universal and time honored conundrum to be solved? Is there nothing that can be done no flashy men in black pin thing we can use to hypnotize our wives into forgetting that they have given birth to children and make them believe that they're twenty two again and that their husbands are still super hunky and wear size thirty, two genes. While I. Now realize that I gave way too much thought to that scenario. seriously. Though if I had an answer, I would undoubtedly be a very wealthy man by now. I think that the realistic approach is to continue to work hard and providing for our families do our best to raise and council Google caring children be as romantic as possible as many days of the year as we can to our loving long suffering wives. Superimpose a Hologram of Brad. Pitt's head onto our bodies at bedtime and hope for the best. We just you've been listening to the Doofus Dad podcast poppy right twenty twenty by mark E. Johnson. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and do me a huge favor and write me review and share this podcast with your friends. See show notes and other good stuff at www dot doofus dad dot com. That's www dot D. O. F. U. S. D. A.. D. Dot, com.

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Death, Drugs, AND Church with Jeff & Shannon Bryant

OC Talk Radio

33:47 min | 4 months ago

Death, Drugs, AND Church with Jeff & Shannon Bryant

"No one is like to live with a smile. Masking pain and hurt so deep. There aren't enough drugs to cover it up today. Death drugs and church will jeff bryant. Welcome to stand the good the bad and the about religion. I wanted jazz. You've ever had questions about the jurors may be a bit jaded in your attitude. Doors religion with al. You come to the right place. Our host he was an honors falloffs student ordained presbyterian minister wanted to read your thought at a university. But now now you just aging curmudgeon who ever quits asking the question. Why both turkey birds. And dr john back. It is hard to imagine but there was a day when the in the selection of marriage marriage partners they began with the assumption that you would choose someone from your own ethnic identity and religious affiliation. This wasn't a problem for those whose lives were completely surrounded by only such people anyway. The dutch mary dutch scots married. Scott's mexicans married mexicans. Chinese mary chinese notice how i started with national identities. Because you know it gets messier when we add religion into it surely a nice scottish lass raised in the church of scotland wouldn't wanna marry a roman catholic scott of all things would he this discussion groups. All of you'd be ready with stories of your own. You know someone whose parents were horrified when he married a russian girl and net the wedding dot dot dot these stories that include way. Too much relational pain. Generational conflict historical changes in cultural metamorphosis. They are hard to understand more challenging to live in offering produced irreconcilable damage to children who find it all just stupid so let's cut beneath all of those external cultural national religious labels and dive into the home here. We have a happily married couple with three children issues. Arise as they always do some more significant than others. How does the couple navigate these challenges as they turn to their important fundamental values. She thinks church would help if they would go together as a family. He's not surprised because she's always been a bit more spiritual than him. Go ahead honey. Take the kids. But but i'd like you to come with us. She employers to say the least. He isn't tempted years. Go by with the script remaining the same. He misses that. The issue isn't about church at all really his wife long for faith to play a part in their marriage their family their decisions. The bickering between the two of them becomes more commonplace. The ones passionate love affair turns into an endurance race. Finding ways to avoid the growing gap between them. Now what. let's my now. Welcome orange county entrepreneur and wife was jeff shannon. Brian to church hurts an jeff. Business is booming. Tell me what you do and why is it so busy Well i have two companies One that we've had for about thirty years and my wife worked together in it since the beginning and that's a service company that does carpet title air duct cleaning and Started a new company about a year and a half ago where we actually manufacture air duct cleaning equipment and right now with covid host. Covid you know in the middle of it You can imagine everybody wants to get their ducts cleaned or everybody wants to start a business clean air docks so both companies Have just skyrocketed. That's a line have never heard before he wants to get their ducts cleaned right shannon. Tell us jeff is dragged. Do along business ventures. We're going to talk a little bit about more about them. But how's it feel like you're in every one of these businesses aren't you yes. I am I'm not quite sure how we how he did that but i've really supported him. You know with most of the decisions that he's made for his life But it's been tough and it's exciting to see what god has done in our business and it's been a fight and what there's good days and bad days and but it also when my kids were growing up i was able to be more at home so i didn't have to put him in daycare. I would be able to be with them and so that was important to me. I just know i remember. And we've a personal relationship and more about that as going to come out. But i just remember you always. The phone was on your hip or in your ear. It didn't matter if it was the football field or a restaurant Many people say marriages can't survive. But but let's get into what life was like growing up. Jeff start with you somehow. Alabama always gets into your story. But you're at california got. What was it like growing up. Well my dad and my dad's family was all from alabama and with last name bryant and somehow distant related to paul. Brian that That's how it all began and i was is actually Born there came back. My dad went to school out here. So my dad for fun. I think would send me back to alabama for summers. And he's word vacations so you know. I have cousins with shrimp boats symbolic battery. I had my uncle emmett With shrimp boat where he built shrimp boats. So there was always work to do in the heat of the summer in alabama so Yeah and they loved playing with me california boy that would roll in for a couple of months and you can imagine my southern cousins. Love that sal and tell me a little bit about Your dad he was quite the entrepreneur. Yes My dad was very educated. The only bryant Out of that group like my grandfather's family which was eight kids He was the only one that that went to college and graduated Dual masters degree at his law degree in alabama and also was a gospel quartet piano player growing up. He was a moraine. He played the accordion. He was incredible musician Just for business. He was the best businessman i've ever seen a. He could turn anything in real estate and gold and in cusco. He built a very large company in the late seventies eighties. That was a real estate syndication company and you add more the spiritual home india. yes My dad was a pastor. So i was. Pk growing up until the age of seven. And then my mom and dad got divorced and My mom raised basically raised us off for kids basically but almost buyers south so when you say we say church hurts and if your was a pastor and they got divorced church had to be part of your life pretty early oh yeah Yeah like yeah. There was long periods of time. That i didn't see my dad and You know that's why. I say that my mom's one who raised all four of us kids so you know it is what it is and and you know. I'm sure that it's affected my life in in i'm sure many ways but that's a whole nother subject some of it obviously had to be jeff You had an eye for women from a fairly young age but one caught your eye pretty young. Tell me about that well. I recognized her in junior high school when we were junior high school and probably too scared to approach our stunning. Just so beautiful. She did the farah fawcett thing to back where she had the tubes. You could put a pencil. Them excited her hair. But she was the most beautiful creature inside out that i've ever met and and thank goodness. I joined a band with her brother. Paul that play keyboards. So i got to see her. More often and In paul is just irritated. How much an attention to his little sister but Yeah it grew at a very young age The immediate in love with our to chase her down now. it was a pursuit. that's for sure. And she wasn't having it. But i wouldn't. I wouldn't give up you. That reminds me you know my son and my daughter two years younger when she went to high school. She said johnny. Why doesn't anybody know you have a sister. And she really wondered was like. I had no idea that the johnny had a sister and came clean with her a few years back and he said because i didn't want any of my friends to date you so johnny chevrolet sounds like johnny. Yeah so paula. Paul was protective of his little sister. But that didn't work and you guys got married young. we never. We dated for a very long time compared to most of our friends that got married in you know at a high school. We dated seven years before we got married and then we waited seven years kids who found success in business. Pretty young. tell me about that. Yes well we Started a janitorial service company and Probably the easiest part for me about that was You had to sell the service and so we. We pretty quickly blew up that company and to the point where we had Almost two hundred people working for us We grew very fast and we were in four states and probably the biggest problem and maybe one of the negatives that i got from my dad is You know my god at that. Time was money and so i would work hours. A week was not a problem for me. And i was gone two to two and a half weeks out of the month because we had places all over in four different states so in and we had probably some of our toughest times at that time. Because i couldn't understand you know provided as best. I could not drive the nice car. The point we were live at the beach on the water and all the things she thank or successful until one time being gone for two and a half week period of time. I came back. It was wakeup call for me. and her. both in even at tanner. My son tanner was to and i came out. And even now. I was home periods of time. I wasn't really home. I get home when he was asleep. So walking out of the back bedroom and it was the morning of so happy to be home and just came off a ten day trip. I was just burnt out and we're at. The beach was beautiful and came out. And tanner was sitting in his highchair with With cheerios or member in He saw me and got scared like he didn't recognize who i was. Man shannon took a long walk on the beach that day and said what are we doing here. what why are we. I'm turning into something. I don't wanna be. We fight all the time in the sure. The business was great but it didn't matter if you're tell me how does that relate of the there's a bomb that happened in your life early as well. I think he was only twenty. Two was around the same time forty four. I know you were twenty two. Because in that regard with regarding our dad married when we were twenty two yeah again very twenty says now twenty four additional bomb businesses going so great. Now my dad committed suicide and he was ahead of a large company and had About four hundred million in property back in that was a lot of property in the eighties. four hundred million in property all over the place and my dad didn't at the end. Didn't trust many people so He left it to me and not only left it to me by had specific designs how it would be taken care of. 'cause there was insurance money over two million dollars that was going to be paid out to me and he wanted certain things done within. My dad was my hero always has been but one of the things that I see now. Is that his purpose for being alive was messed up in his purpose was business and making money for other people. He had investors all over the country so when that purpose ended kaz tax laws changed and all of a sudden. He's not making money for other people is purpose for living went away and That's probably the biggest thing that it took me a long time to figure out. I thought he was this hero for the longest time but he didn't trust anybody else at that point and so he at twenty four hours mad that this business. I felt like it was a business decision to him. It wasn't something crazy. He looked at it as i can have. This influx of capital will come into the company and and fix things. That's how he looked at it he didn't look at it. As what is worth was so incredibly angry. And then i was thrust into having to deal with it and i think i was gonna say. There's there's two sides even for you now so you have the personal side. My dad has just killed himself. I mean i can't imagine. The horrifying results seem sometimes when we think suicide you know for years and years. The church held the position. You know particularly the roman catholic church that you know it was the cindy can't be forgiven up right and i look back in. Wonder why the don't get that out of the bible. And i thought well maybe it's a deterrent. Want people out there trying now because when people get that desperate they oftentimes. The pain is just so great. They can't handle it and yet here. What's left the pain that has caused to you. You have to deal with all that you know your dad and that kind of an embarrassment humiliation side. But now you have to be the businessman's saying that got stuck. He wanted out there. And what would you do with the money. It forced me to come back to the company. And i had to leave my job. I had to thrust myself back into that and in the middle of turmoil with a lot of people all over the place. I honestly think knowing my dad how he was. I think he was in so much pain. I i don't think he would have probably thought it through or understood what how difficult it was. Twenty four and i was angry personally. Yeah just personally. Haven't come back into it and i could care less about the money. The money came in everybody's so many family members you can imagine it was two million plus more millions it was. You know a lot of money. And i could care less about that money. The money to me was blood money. I i didn't want to have anything to do with it. In the quicker. I could and he left me a tape to do very logically how he wanted this taken care of. And of course. I had a lot of family members that thought you know. Forget that you know he did nothing wrong. This is an investment. You didn't stay what you were doing. They're saying forget. What what you do. Well giving the money back to that actually gave much of the money back almost all of it to the investors. I took her my brother. He had certain people that he a certain amount of money that he wanted to leave. Other people yeah so he made sure that was done but then the rest The rest of it. I chose to do what he decided he told me to do. And through that. That was the worst time in my life. That's when partying drugs. Everything to that to kill the pain and i was in a lotta trouble a couple of times thrown in jail in the middle of court. 'cause as i tried to assault the other did some stupid. Things was leaving the attorney's office and was in tears just up in a suit. A police officer pulled me over. Because i've been crying on. I was on drugs and gone in altercation with him and ended up over the hood of my car and in jail again so it was. It was not a good time for a lot of reasons and You know drinking and drugs with sleaziest way to kill that paint and everything else what we jumped into that and we're going to and there. There's some good news coming up but let me just take a break And mentioned standing stone had jeff shannon a great supporters and But in standing stone is an organization. I worked for partner with where we deal with. Frontline workers and spiritual world pastors missionaries Folks who were dealing with the real issues kinda like this in daily life with people and sometimes they get discouraged themselves and real discouraged. That's what i do. I work with those folks and encourage them give them a listening ear arm to lean on. And i just ask you might consider today joining my support team To continue this work so we can continue to do. And even on the podcast. Here help us be able to continue to get the message out on the radio and through the podcast We really appreciate it. Encourage you go to church. Hurts and dot org and it'll tell you right there how to sign up and there's a little donate button and you have any questions. Just write us. We'd love to hear from you and hear your story and having said that back to you jeff. You mentioned drugs and and alcohol and you're numb some pain shannon. What was it like. You have a workaholic husband. He's lost his father. He starts escaping. You have three kids. tell me about it. Well as you know we've had lots of conversations over the amount of time It was task. You know here we are our own business and and you know there's days when he would say he would be doing something and then before you know it. His phone goes off. And you know i. I have to do what i have to do. I have to feed my kids. I have to get them to school. I have to do all the things that i normally do and run a business you know so i had to pick up where all that was left off. Things went through the cracks there but it was what it was at that point but one thing you thought you could do You you ended up getting Involved in a church in it always ask him to come kind of given up. Hope in fact you'd have given up. Hope him. I prayed and i prayed for a long time long long long time and it happened to be the church where i was the pastor and tell me from your perspective. What was it like the day on sunday where he actually said. I'm gonna come to church. It was funny. Because i didn't believe him. You know i'm like you know. Yeah yeah yeah yeah come. I'll come. i'm like okay. Well i'm going so you can come with me of you want you know. And that's kinda sorta. How was you know is yeah. Yeah yeah and but then. I told him yeah. It's really casual. It's no big deal you know. It's you know it's in a building a park. You know jeans whatever. It's totally fine. But he he's like oh no. He had wholly different opinion on going to church. Let's get let's get it from you. Jeff i grew a setting with my brother and matching suits and baptist churches with my dad playing piano and then going on because he was successful at that playing in being in big churches in front of a lot of people and Seeing seen church through the eyes of that and seeing the back back a church that was problematic to say the least that so many people were put on a paddle. Stolen the see them false. I had a very different impression at church growing up in the middle kind of in the middle of it that it was a show and that it wasn't It wasn't genuine. I i didn't buy it and And then maybe just everything with my dad going through with. What i went through with my dad i had a very sour taste was mad at god. God me off. The first time i went i was dressed of course in a shirt and tie. Like you're supposed to go to church. And i met you and you threaten to cut mike i off blau. And you're a big part of that jon. You you worked on me. Hard to get may go into church. And then knowing that i played drums. Give me involved in church getting back playing drums again and fell in love with something that i'd forgotten about long before in fall in love with the little church in the park in people were involved in it. Sounds a warning like we need a warning sign. I remember oftentimes a stereotype of church in in certain churches. It's true it's they're filled with women and that can't be true. I see in other places in the world. But i know in my churches. Oftentimes she'd have women's. And i really wish my husband would come and i know. That's a stereotype in this politically incorrect. But what else is new in. I wanna say warning warning warning because the next thing you might get is my husband's not around. He's a church. All the time and kind to happen to you got into playing drums in church and you and i ended up. You ended up becoming the guy who was the best friend of the pastor which was really weird to some of your relatives daughter. Really what's going on here but you still had a secret that had to get dealt with. Tell me about that kazoo. It was a big one. Yeah it was When the pain would seep in. And i never properly dealt with how my dad died and how that went down. I i for me. The escape would seat back into it. I thought at least i was pretty good at heighten it to most most people that now but it was a way for me to retreat and kill the pain for awhile never obviously works but it was temporary and You know it'd be these are not happy. Times is not good experiences. These were you know whatever way to deal with killing mature. Were failing at the time. I was at this. This is really almost too vulnerable But reality is you know at that. Point as your friend and as one shannon would call when you disappear for a couple of days and i on i remember saying shannon you know kennicutt tell the kids and i remember you saying oh my gosh. All by an end in fact one in and then she did and that was a lot of years ago and shannon. You got your husband back didn't you. Yes yeah it wasn't immediate. But he came home and to them. And sam wasn't old enough to really understand the whole thing so i just pull the boys aside and i said this is when your dad goes away and you ask me where he is and i don't i just don't say much in response to them. I said this is what dad's doing i said. Don't say anything to anybody. But i want you to know you don't need to be telling a teacher. Whatever but you as a family member. When dad does this. This is what he's doing and he came home and i remember. I walked down the hall and looked him straight me and i told the boys and he just stood there and looked at me and i just kept walking on and i let him stew with whatever he needed to stew with and we had a talk later. 'cause obviously i was extremely upset like angry at him for doing what he did. Obviously right an leaving me with the business and leaving me with all the things. All the big responsibilities that i had to do and it wasn't immediate Got lesser and lesser and lesser on. It took me a long time to trust him in regards to yeah leaving the house or or not being able to get a hold of him. That was a big trigger for me like why. Aren't you answering your phone. You know y you know those kinds of things you know. I mean obviously but it's been known over twenty years now so you know it's like you know it's weird now because he's going out we normally sit in the same room and work for for years and years and years is just now that he's got the manufacturing sort of side of things that he's actually leaving the house and so it's it's just really quiet here. Let me just say this shannon in secrets and families like every family has a secret and how damages it could be. But how courageous you were to say. I'm gonna tend to break this cycle and on the other hand off. I look at jeff who you've become in business and in your family and i'll just say you guys a couple because we could just talk all day and i have to wind us up but to say i know very few people who have the kind of deep love relationship you guys have. I mean you you see it in the way you look at each other always even back. Then it was true won't stop each other in shannon. You didn't give up on him when a lot of people were telling you. Give up on him and jeff. You've become a such a leader. I'd love to hear. I'd love to tell the stories of the guys you've gotten started in business. Who worked for you and you said you know i'm gonna give you so many late. You start your own business in the people who want to be your friend. They just can't in others not enough. But let let me let you guys brag just for second because you've you know when their recovery world there's a lot of people go into recovery centers. They know the date and the time and you. Didn't you already had a god. You know i mean you. You had a relationship with jesus and you finally said you get the drug side you get my married you get my kid you get you get all of it. I'm not going to hold this part back anymore right. It came down to me weeping and praying and it was a moment that i made a promise to god and that's when he changed and and broke that promise so i i just said i can't be that person anymore and that's when i knew there was a god as Guys i'm going to say a few words before we close but just love your story. The grace the healing Were part of living the and life. Here it's church ertz and we don't have time to tell of tanner's wedding the other day investor. Good things that have come about but let me just say this. I don't have many occasions where i'm ask for references these days but if i had one i'd be sneaking lee honest i like to do that on forms when people are expecting you to be hiding something i enjoy putting out something that would reveal more truth than anyone would guess. Why does he have the owner of a carpet and duct cleaning company on here. They might ask answer because if you pursue it. He knows my secrets. Why would i risk that. The things these guys could tell about me cancer because i trust jeff bryant even with my secrets one day jeff and i were talking on his embarrassingly messy back porch. There's the whole story. We didn't go into but mr cleaner loves to blame his wife for everything so even the backboard was messy. Because it her fault i would roll my eyes and i was still drinking back then and so. I'm sure i had a cold beer in my hand but we didn't need that to get honest. Parallels in our lives started to come together not the least of which was that we had both been forced to grow up quickly losing our fathers at a similar age both of them being fifty to his father took his own life. My father poured his into a bottle. Both are tragic in very similar ways yet the sadness and the camaraderie of our shared pain. We were both filled with thankfulness. Somehow we know knew that we were going to travel a different path and encourage one another along the way so over the years. We've laughed a lot. We've cried together more than either one of us hoped would happen. Life can be rough no-doubt yet in the midst of it all we've been able to share in something else because we met another son who introduced us to his father who is in the adoption business. The son's name was jesus and his father told us. I will never leave you nor forsake you. We signed up. It's worth a thought for church shirts. And this is john bash. Go and enjoy god today. won't you well. That was worth of thought for sure and brings us to the end of this addition of church and next week will be walking on the versi during the off. Denial winding moves are host. Dr bags upper with nonprofit ministry admitted for mask and christian leaders at list of leading visit us at church and dot org store wall and bill then remember cure is in this story now in the joy. God today won't you.

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Full Episode: Thursday, May 22, 2019

Nightline

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Full Episode: Thursday, May 22, 2019

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey, and I hosted new daily news podcast from ABC news called start here. Every day we get you up to speed on the story that are going to be driving your day. We get important context from experts with on the ground access, and we do it all in twenty minutes. So start smart and subscribe to start here. Nightline. This is faira Fossett continues here. Now, Dan, Harris. Good evening and tonight, a deeply personal look at a beloved nineteen seventies icon, Farah Fawcett, as we approach the ten year anniversary of her death. We are seeing intimate videos of faucet in the throes of fighting cancer. He was the it girl of the seventies and for a generation of Americans fair faucet personified the notion of sex appeal. Do you think of yourself as sexy? Oh, yes. You think of office beautiful. No, no, I don't I think you have to have all of me in order to think that I'm beautiful. It's not just mine because I think I have to speak and move and. And relate for to for you to feel beauty from me. And of course, a big part of faucets mystique and popularity was that hair everybody knew that Farah had amazing hair. It was like a wave, and it was enormous covered her face. And it went on all kinds of different directions. And every girl tried to get some fact simile of the Feira haircut, a we all we all did that thing. Right. That was that wing Tempio, right? That was like the haircut that conquered America. It's been nearly ten years since the legendary actress died after a battle with cancer faucet documenting her journey on camera with best friend Alana Stewart. We started filming everything including the emotional moment when she had to shave off her famous, golden hair widely understood even at the time. Fair was going through this, that chemotherapy, major say your hair, she had done everything to keep from losing it, and the last round of chemo, she had she lost her hair and that was that was hard for her. I went over soon as possible because she was noticing something. I can tell that her hair was starting to fall out. She was starting to lose a hair hair is like falling out and falling out, and I'm sticking in my pockets, and I'm hiding it and it was very important. Full fare to shave her own head, so that she was removing her hair and cancer treatment was or hairs, kind of like that fine line between being a victim and Victor. She wasn't sure she wanted the camera rolling, and I convinced her to let me keep it rolling because I thought it was going to be an important moment. I've always believed that positively is in the sesame, so through the pain, and suffering of intense, radiation, and chemotherapy, I looked ahead to the future. To the day when I would be able to return to my life affair was the last person thought about getting sick. I mean fair was the golden girl to everyone. So it was such a shock to the whole world when she got cancer. Farah Fawcett arrived in Hollywood in nineteen sixty eight and quickly landed an acting contract for me to have become an actress. We don't become presidents like this is something that I never prepared for Hollywood beauty needs. No resume. If you look like Farah Fawcett, you're going to find work in Hollywood. She met and married. The six million dollar man TV and movie star Lee majors Fawcett's big break came in the mid nineteen seventies, thanks to a now famous photo shoot. She came out in a wind piece Brid suit. And she said something like so what do you think of this, Bruce? And how should I think we've got something to work with? It's sexy because that's my figure end. Might nipples showing, but that's me. I mean it's. I don't know that photo would become the poster plastered across America. Her A-List superstar status was cemented with her career making role in Charlie's angels came up with Charlie's angels and seventy-five. We knew we found the perfect for your co for America was ready to have Charlie's angels as icons, because the country had already been through the, the start of the women's liberation, movement hearing, these healthy, strong American women who could beat up guys on their own Fossett left the series after only one season, hoping to capitalize by jumping to the big screen, she would eventually be nominated for four Emmys, including one for the TV movie the burning bed. Talk about trying to change your image. It was about a true story of a woman who had been terrible victim of domestic abuse. I hoped when I took the role, I knew it was going to have a strong impact one way or another thought that it be good, and that it'd be powerful that, that it be important, and that these women benefit team by the nineteen eighties faucet and Lee majors. Divorced as you got involved with another actor the love of her life. Seventies heartthrob Ryan O'Neal. The couple would have a son Redman. They stayed together off and on for the rest of her life O'Neill was there in two thousand six when Fossett was diagnosed with cancer. What? I think when you heard. I panicked. I did let her know but I panicked. She decided to go through the traditional treatment, it UCLA and three months later, the cancer was gone. And we were celebrating. May fourteenth two thousand seven. It had been a little over three months since I was declared cancer free. And if I was still cancer free today. Well today, would be the first day of the rest of my life. But my doctors asked me to come in and get my test results in person. And that is never a good sign. That was when I heard it the fourth word, I never thought I would hear recurrence, despite the devastation faucet said, yes. When friend Alana Stewart asked her to record her fight against cancer, and it was just the two of us most of the time that was just may and a little camera and her the would no barriers you know, how people put up walls of politeness or they don't talk about this, or they don't talk about that. Just everything was out on the table. Faucets. Quest for treatment would eventually take her to Germany, fair made her decision to go to Germany and did some alternative treatments. She was relentless and trying to find a cure. She was extremely brave. I don't know what lies ahead in Germany. But as I reflect on past decisions, I try to remind myself that I'm the girl who always believed in change. Never picking the obvious path. But the past that was a little bit risky definitely scary. But sure to be full of challenges rewards and change for better or worse. I hope and pray that these changes will help me to become better and stay alive. It was a hope a fantastic hope we had a wonderful doctor, Dr Ursula Yakup, and she made us believe that anything was possible. Farage's connected with or mmediately Farren Ryan boasted. They found out that it had metastasized through liver, and she had eight or nine tumors in her liver. She was aware of what she had, and she was aware of the transition. Only own so jewel sounds in Oregon's violence. And he knows when you leave him. Limited censuses. You've been find the very survival rate. We hear him time. It's very bad. How about you should know Davies chain? So you end never so free. I love her more than I ever have loved her just by how she deals with this car story. Zane. Faucet. Underwent several difficult and extremely painful treatments. There was a time when she was so sick and she was just throwing her guts. And I shut the camera off. And she said, why are you not filming this and I said, because. Want to invade your privacy? 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What's in your wallet Capital, One NA member? FDIC. Nightline. This is faira Fossett continues here again. Dan, Harris by two thousand eight actress Farah Fawcett was deep into a tough battle with cancer cancer, which had spread. I don't know if there was ever a moment during all of those painful procedures and everything where faira thought is this worth it? But then, you know, I think when you have a choice between living or dying fighting or giving up you fight. So they're always treatments and blood tests, and scans and all that throughout the whole time, but we did get to a place very exciting place where her scans word all negative. Can you just explain to us about the tumor swing now that you remove the last one yesterday? There's no more active tumors. Consumer. The case. The shorter read a commission. I'm only he said, at this point, you are tumor free now tumor free doesn't mean cancer free, you can still have the cancer in your blood, and that's why you have to have the other treatments. But this was like a great cause for celebration. Sadly, the celebrations cannot laugh. On the days when we would have to do tests. It was a real roller coaster of events in emotions for faira and for Ryan, you never knew what was going to happen next because we didn't know what the tests were gonna show. Shitting waiting. T scam. See what's. Not there. What's that? So we're looking at your liver, and the good news is that the traded here is show, no evidence to. Laser come back. But the bad news is that we are seeing a few other areas of activity activity, and yes, and certainly in the ones that are a little bit larger in the ventral front part of the liver. They weren't there the last. Yes. That's when she heard that. No, she was crushed. We wouldn't. The plan was for her to go back and have the same procedures done again to these new tumors. There is a reason for all this. It is a challenge to my very core to my strength, my mind, my spirit and my soul. Faira never wavered. Once, of course there about being full steam ahead with Kenny and every therapy option that there was. The Ivy will continue to flow through vein that has been damaged by chemo, radiation. And so fragile that it might blow it anytime, like I said, my own private war. Every day, I try to remind myself to ask myself, did I try my best today? That's all I ask myself, and I wouldn't be truthful, if I said, yes, I succeeded every single day, but the will the spirit the desire to live, I will never compromise. Five four. Bush. Germany. What a great idea. And as a reflect on past decisions, I wonder what lies ahead. I will not go gentle into that. Good night. In february. Scans confirmed. What we dreaded that none of the experimental treatments. In the states had worked. I would have to make six trips during the course of the year and a half. See you. A year and a half that I was never supposed to live long enough to see that. Not according to most doctors, and that it self is victory. Yes. In June of two thousand nine faucets. Health started to decline rapidly. She was in Saint John's. I think about a week, you know, in a lot of pain discomfort. Then she came back home. She's sedated she's in pain. She's quiet. This is not a good situation. Fair faucet passed away after a long battle of long brave battle with cancer here. Saint John's hospital nearly two hours ago. Legacy. Power fos love the legacy of love beautiful friend. Wonderful mother daughter. She was the fair that she said out to be, she was the fair that she was going to be. She wasn't afraid of anything. She really wasn't the end. She told us she was I comic because she was fearless. So let's see today I've got cancer. But on the other end I'm alive. So I guess I'm great. Yeah. Right now, I am great. My life goes on. And so, does my fight and oh, by the way. How are you? What are you fighting for? Back now with one final note, Farah Fawcett was a star who faced a tough battle and wanted answers to some tough questions. Future is spending too. But I have some questions like, why is it the more research done on certain types of cancer? Why doesn't our healthcare system? Embrace alternative treatments that have proven to be successful in other countries and last, but not least there's the hardest question of all for me to answer. How are you? Just incredibly brave fair faucet, asking the tough questions and in the process, setting an example, for millions of us, that's going to do it for Nightline tonight. Remember, you can always catch our full episodes, streaming on Hulu. We wanna thank you for watching and good night. This is Dr Jennifer, Ashton chief medical correspondent for ABC news. 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Episode 225 Saturn 3

The Moratorium

1:26:46 hr | Last month

Episode 225 Saturn 3

"Hey freak stirs and free kits. It's tim from the moratorium. Do you like the sweet sounds of our witty banter in your ears every week. Well head on over to our patriot on and for only three dollars a month you can get even more in the director's cuts of our movie episodes. On average that's twenty minutes more of our wise cracking jive talking and lip flapping laughter straight to your ear holes go to the moratorium dot com and click on our patriot. Only and you'll find five awesome tears with tons of goodies. You can also find our t. spring link on the website for even more awesome merge. Thank you for your support now on with the show. Hey guys this is krista from the moratorium and you like grizzly gore mysteries. Of course you do. That is why. I suggested you subscribe to my blog. Suspended animation dormitories waiting to be told we had the moratorium offer a number of laura tales from ax men running around new orleans to phantoms in texarkana. And if you're feeling especially generous head over to our patriots where for just a couple of bucks a month you can help the moratorium grow and that would be pretty kick ass and remember long legged vhs sometime in the near distant future earth is relying on to a net scientists to find a way to produce food for earth or leased aside veggie dish for the schnauzer platter. But all they're capable. Love is some weird sex stuff. So let's send in harvey kyw till with a very large robot with a tiny tiny heddon. That'll fix it. Not cue the music and in three to already forgot. It is insane fats. Punctuate the match made in a bathroom floating into the void. Ono those trace on those trays under twat sam. What have you done attleboro. I've made us watch a train wreck me. I suck her douglas's old but dude. I read that he wanted tubing nude in these scenes. He was giving off a weird energy the entire time. Oh i think you're meant to think that in the seventies and early eighties. Anyone who saw farah fawcett was just like stricken dumb. All they could do is just worn out on inanimate object. I mean like you know. We'll get to that out. There is a lot of trivia on farah fawcett and i only know her from those films. She's really famous for where she's playing a battered wife. Oh like Lifetime type stuff will yeah. She was in extremities which was a play before it was a movie. I don't even know what that is. It's a battered wife type story and then there's like the brian bed. She got treated like immediately afterwards which was a true crime story. I think she said her husband on fire. Who was a you know. Oh i know about that yeah. It was selected true story. Yeah this movie's she's take drugs. Ally does seem like she is on the right page She looks very tranquilize. During the entire thing. I have plenty of questions. Is she a clone yet. There is some weird stuff like also kirk. Douglas could be a cloned because he has a couple of lines of dialogue. That are like i mean. I think they were just trying to do some type of like sci fi language you know. But he says something. He hadn't been programmed. I don't know it was a weird line. A better title for this movie would be star. Cuck cut at three thousand or something because because there's so much sexual stuff going on. There's a line that harvey cocktail says. He asked fair faucet if he could use her. Use her body because back in I guess on earth. Yeah on her d. You're just allowed to you. Know everybody's just fucking everybody. Yeah that's what was really in. This is this is nineteen eighty. I think yes and kirk. Douglas was into it. So we've already stated. I think that farah fawcett was like in her early thirties during his like thirty two i think and i think she had a birthday on the sat. That's right that's why i know but kirk. Douglas is like sixty one booth and he looks like they've still got it. But oh my god. Did the costumes in this movie are so gross. Mean like fair faucet looks great but like kirk. Douglas looks like a grandpa. it'd be like dad. No you're not wearing that out. I'll go get the mail like here's the thing. The style of all of the costumes at was pretty awesome. I mean you know seventies eighties. That's what you get but the fit was so weird like bunched up in weird places. And like i could fully see everybody what everybody had going on at all times. Harvey kyw tell mike rubber the entire time in a tiny little ponytail and not his voice. i've got so much trivia to talk about lean on this But here's one straight out of imdb that you'll love that kirk. Douglas thought the clothes that he wore in the movie were so comfortable that he kept them after production wrapped that that perfectly fits they towards the end a look like yeah like he hadn't gotten out of those the entire time they've been filming like to wash them sauce so much of his old body i mean he's he's in shape for as sixty year. Old man you know needs like super grandpa or something. But i think i saw part of this is weiner. I wouldn't doubt it so you wait. Did you say that he wanted to be nude in the movie. I think i read that somewhere. I've read a lot about this film and watched a leather some behind the scene stuff. There's a about nine minutes of footage that you can watch on youtube god. I can't imagine what the cut scenes are. I watched this on tv. You know what. I mean. When i was a kid. It's so disturbing in is new. I mean farah fawcett you can see her nipples during the entire movie. How would you even edit that man. But i have so many questions like so they are the only two on this space. Yeah they're on like they say. The third moon of saturn but in the discussion for saturn three says that they are in a moon within like the asteroid belt. Which i am k. This movie did have a lot of problems. I don't even know where to start. Why don't we get. Let's calm down for a second. Start the podcast. And let me gather my. We haven't starting papers get on my notes together. All right die so Yeah welcome to the moratorium tim. That's jason there now. Let's let's get down to business. The brass tacks i also have project But cooking with the It's like anger area. It's just a picture of. It's just like a robot and farah fawcett like groping each other and kirk. Douglas is just like behind potted plant or something watching so the description on. Imdb for saturn three says two lovers stationed at a remote base in the asteroid. Fields of saturn are intruded upon by a retentive technocrat from earth and his charge a malevolent eight foot. Robot named hector. Hector where do you think. Do you have any information about where that name came from. Yeah it about trojan times they stole. I didn't even pick up on that. I mean it would have helped if anyone else in the. I mean what his. Name's adam right kirk. Douglas what is harvey. Oh his name's benson won't know his name isn't benson. His name is guy he kills. That's so okay that just in those few sentences. Explain any of that to me first of all. Let's start it and then we'll get in. I'm pressing play on it right now. It's going right. We will trip all through this. It makes zero sense. That one we meet harvey kyw tail in the locker room. This is locker into space locker room. You can practically smell it. I guess the guys on this spaceship this huge giant spaceship. There probably is enormous. And they're probably the not the cleanest of people so and the men's locker room. We just have a poor that you can clean up the entire place by pulling a lever it. Frigging ceiling opens up sex everything out. I guess a robot comes and puts talcum powder on your man. That's the future. Obviously the the beginning of this sh- this seeing the space ship. Go over star. Wars ripa total star wars rip up but john berry was was production designer on star wars okay. I don't know anything about this movie. I just watched it. I did not look. Imdb didn't look at anything. So you're going to have to end lightness buckle up. Gotta be one shock after another. This is the most boring spaceship going over the camera. There is nothing to look at though bad. I bent pizza pan. Yeah or like a sombrero. Kind of the sambre a giant mushroom. Even the spaceship new. This movie was aye yai and for it to be so obvious. I mean i guess probably you could look at any movie. I mean maybe even alien hat. They've gotta show the ship you know to establish where everybody's app at like. This one was so particular to have. I mean looked exactly like star wars except with the cheaper crop. You know yeah and the model is boring. Why even show it. I didn't think that the interior is kinda cool looking. But it's like ten different things at the same time like All those black kind of molded interior things were kind of cool looking but then sometimes there would just be a bunch of like multicolored roses. Yes and that was like dryer like but it looks like crowd. Looks like my sister's kid did it. Well they said now. This was filmed in london. I believe right and On a sound and they actually had the have a map that they put for people to find because they actually made all these tunnels not that they needed to. You know we've seen other movies that were better done with one hallway. They just keep going back and forth or bit right at a certain point. I was like what rumor they in now. Because they're living quarters are huge honestly. It looked like a austin powers like set. You know because it's kind of like groovy to groovy an futuristic a little bit. Can it be beyond opening up into this this locker room this space locker room. Yes there's one shot of the ship this long hallway where people are walking on the ceiling. And on the floor and yeah. I've got like old shop backs old vacuums or something that i guess are supposed to be like their personal belongings or something. I am that pack but like it ways to underground. I wouldn't get in this space ship if it was. Oh my god a toy. At mcdonald's playground exactly exact. It looks unstable. My god speaking of kirk. Douglas face looks like one of those. Like lacquered. like burger king king or something to who really does look like a like renan's stimpy painting or something strange weird opening where basically and he does mention to this guy who is the captain who is being called out to the spaceship. We need to send you out in space immediately. I mean they have been now headed towards saturn for how long right and just all of a sudden it's like We need you on. You know docket thirty two like immediately. Yeah it was like the. This is poor planning exactly guys. It's not gonna hurt if were like. Takes an extra twenty minutes been doing this for decades now and such poor planning to is that he's going to arrive on this base station right before an eclipse right that they have radio silence for what he say like forty days. Something like that. Yeah that's not a good plan. No and at the end of the movie you finally get somebody this checking up on them after they come they come out of this where they actually have radio contact now and mason the ship to go check on them that exactly and then also the guys are like are you guys okay. Yep yep all right well see. I mean just doing or no protocol for this. Should i think you definitely should at least dock and go in and look around milk yet so harvey till is what. We don't necessarily see his face until he gets off the ship. But and there's a little exchange my say an exchange the actual captain says. Yeah oh is that you. And i think he called. He calls them by name. But we don't know doesn't doesn't you know. We don't know that it's that guy actually harvey cocktails character. That he came out which they proceed to call him. They call him benson through the entire movie which was the guy he killed. That's his name. That's that's what i thought but in the credits it shows different. Oh okay vinson was a very popular. Tv show as home and rene version wall. Please mr dubois. So he mentioned to him in this little exchange that you weren't cleared for space travel are you weren't cleared to do any of these missions because of your mental instability. Oh okay so we know right off the bat. He's not bar if he's actually talking about the same person and cave row so in the locker room our captain actually takes what we find out later to be the brain of hector. Yeah you just got stored in his locker yes to with like cauliflower in it the to actually kind of looks like What pepsi and coke used to come in those containers before they went to the. Yeah yeah just the syrup. Yes so harvey cocktail kills the kills. The other guy jettison him out he basically ran through like one of those Potato mandolins slicer or like an egg. Slicer yeah yeah. I did not expect to see like blood and stuff so soon. Only five minutes in the movie are we to believe that he turned a ceramic because of the cold of space. I think it was just a cheap special effects but it did kind of looked like he was frozen and then right lie. But if he was frozen and sucked up then harvey ital- would've been frozen right just always release. Uc with that in sci fi. Like sometimes you could have a whole breach and the fucking whole ship explodes and then sometimes there. Somebody just turned a fan on high end papers. Rustling around you know the somebody's looking for the flex seal tape and we'll fix this new. Just put my buddy in it so. This movie is the exact plot of the martian. Right no yeah. Of course in farah fawcett is a name. I'm already further in the movie. Then i wanna talk about. Yeah i need to slow it down to. I'm like it's seven minutes. And i was like us didn't even bring that up. I'm at eleven minutes. I got so many questions like one. This ship that he flies is the most delicate piece machine. So yeah it's all glass. Yes and he's like hauling ass through some like a fiddle fat or like like he's flying through crackerjack. Is that the only way to get to this freaking space station to go through the asteroid belt. I think there's a safer way around is also seems like an asteroid. Bill is a really crappy place to have your research station or something you know because of all the asteroids. I don't even think we should guess author. They're trying to do up there because hydroponics is brought up a lot. Grandpa's horn and fair faucet. Looks like she just like hit her head on an iron railing or something and she's just wondering how pop tarts were entire time. Well that's why. I wasn't wondering if if she was cologne because she's never been to earth. Oh yes she's never been to earth. Why is she hanging out with him that she having expertise. I think she was born on the ship. He was previously married to her mother and then she wants. She reached a certain age. He jettison her mother into space. So these tattoos that they have on their faces all my god it has to mean something we actually get a close up shot on it but i guess it liked tells some information i guess because hardy cocktail notices it right away and he said something to her. That look like stamps. You would get on your hand if he went to a rave or something or like the little sticker on a banana. So questions questions yet. Harvey till does say that. The reason why they are on this station was to grow or figure out a new efficient way to grow fouquet right. He says earth does hungary and euro behind schedule. Ride exactly immediately addict care. Akhter is a big reason. Why i could not get through this. I mean quiet took me so long to get through. This is a little like dr smith. You know who's just always kind of like arch and like reprimanding them for stuff. It's not harvey kind tells. Voice is no no at all it is not. Whose voice is it because i can almost recognize. The guy's name is roy dot trips. I don't know that he's i been around for a while. started in nineteen fifty seven. He's been in a ton of tv shit from way back in the day but as he like a voiceover guy well he's done some voice work to that and just sick and has one hundred and thirty two credits to his name. He's from england but they his voice after the fact because so let me back up. John kerry was the original writer and director for this film. Let's just start at the beginning. Okay when you say original that already is. He was fired after two weeks K now starting to make sense. One of the producers stepped up to direct after they got rid of berry and that was stanley. Donen who has the credit for directing everything but he was mostly a musical director. He directed singing the rain. He directed funny face. fred astaire audrey hepburn charade seven brides for seven brothers. What and shit like. Oh not really the type of guy that you want for your sci-fi right has no idea. It's just a drama yet. I guess i'm thinking that because the robot which spoiler alert there's a giant robot in this is just not that scary everybody else says it was intimidating and farah fawcett said. She was intimidated by it. Because it was a foot tall. Yes there is a man in the suit yes but it still took twenty people doing an metron ix to get you know the things to move like the orange or whatever obviously not his arms and they they created another head for it which the the head of the robot. Probably the cheapest looking thing ever okay. That was a huge sticking. Point for me. I was like all of this other crap about their relationships and stuff like that is so boring that when that robot shows up finally to get something going but it kind of looks like You know how they have armor that's like molded sued. Look like a body right. Like never arthur son and X caliber you've got the golden armor that has like nipples on it and stuff. It's basically like i've got a golden nipples. It's like a batman and robin novels. But then first of all he turns around and he's got a little metal but which is not incriminating it all illex q. Like you wanna like you know was so weird when it turned around and had a little bug. Why wouldn't you cut that part off. But anyway and then the head is just a just like the inside of like a Cable box or something. Yeah with two lights on it. But the original story. And i watched an interview with Farah fawcett washed a couple of them. One when she was doing with with the tonight show johnny carson and they were talking about it now. The original movie that was pitched to her was called the helper and was a totally different story than what they actually ended up with. Obviously but the helper was actually The robot was supposed to fall in love with faira right. The robot was brought to them and it was given emotions by learning from harvey keitel and fell in love with faucet by the way that is a much better movie because the way that they try to work that in to this is that i could not figure out what the relationship between harvard cuts tell. The robot was because the robot has an intelligence itself right without harvey kites l. correct. I think it does to a certain extent. Harvey has that port in the back of his neck. Right like that matrix seat kind of. Yeah exactly that weird thing that they insert in the back of his head. That basically i think he was taking information and giving it to. I don't know if you had to have that in there that it was remotely going to. Does he put it into the robot and they share information. I don't know yes. All of the tel is already mr rapi so yeah. The robot is going to have if i was kirk douglas. I would have just pretended. They were like jehovah's witnesses or something. I would have logged every door and just pretended not to be there and so he went away. Harvey intel is constantly trying to fuck fair faucet. Bill kirk douglas and they still do not lock their bedroom door when they go to bed at night he he has her escort him to his room after he is already proven himself to be super rabi. Kirk douglas's character is kind of strange. The fact that is buying into what harvey keitel sang. Harba tells saying hey you're old. You're past your prime. you're gonna die soon. This girl should be with me. I'm taking her because you're not worthy. And he starts to believe and he's like i'm not worrying. Yeah i'm going to drop some ecstasy and we're gonna have a party. Yes just like bone dislike hardcore. Boning a girl that is like summer. I watched the with my wife. I'm not like fifteen minutes in as she walks in and says why is she showering with her dad like no no no ads splaine the first fifteen minutes of the movie and she let me stop you there. It's more like grandpa exactly just a generation away. Yeah that is pretty. And i do. I mean that part of the story is interesting. You know that that she's like with an older guy. And but i don't know if they had gotten a different actor other than harm kites hell i mean he's just instantly like if you saw him in a cast of characters you'd be like oh he's the bad guy you know. I think it's that tiny ponytail but he's evil right just like right off the bat if he's the same guy that are captain was talking about. Yeah he's mentally unstable right. He did just kill that guy. Cayenne and i'm getting ahead of myself but let's just talk about the shower yet just the same for ten minutes. They actually have multiple heads an shower. I mean they're yes stolen out of motel six but it is the future but meanwhile they have to get in some weird uv room thing. Like i don't even know what that i think. It's a decontamination. Thing from coming up from the outside. I thought that was kind of neat the double. In yeah pretty standard stuff. The sets are huge them incorporating the actual rocky texture of that they've built this is this is like dr evil's layer into the volunteers. Yes it is a bond villain spaceship. I'm sorry i gotta get back to the crux is. They're supposed to be doing hydroponics. They're supposed to be figuring out a way to to make food. Have you noticed. They're not working on anything now. Doing absolutely nothing. It seems like they're just kind of laying around then i will. They do work out member. Yeah like strenuous workout. They go for a jog and they run around The ship quite often. And like i said those those are just endless. Hallways that they were just running around in circles but they said that cast members were getting loss. And that's why. I had to put a map. I thought it was kinda funny. Fair faucet and kirk. Douglas do kind of have a chemistry in this. You know but. I think what i'm seeing. You know you're meant to think it is like husband and wife or something but i guess it is for her. It's probably like grandpa i love. I thinks she's taken prisoner. I think we're looking at a man. Yeah like hsieh's stockholm syndrome or something stockholm. Some is exactly it. I don't see any like indoctrination or anything. They're pretty chill. You know but if they're supposed to be trying to find a new way to grow plants or did you notice. They have house plans. They are not making the rowing firms. Yes yeah it's all decorative and they're like worth needs to accessorize. They're they're trying to just work on the hsi-wei they're not concerned about hungering. Sir and the original captain actually said that basically nobody wants to be assigned to saturn three. That it's just what it seems like a fucking great gig. I mean kirk douglas's like for him this is like heaven power Shit yeah he he gets the have vera faucet rub up against him go naked. Just the only thing i know about this movie is she divorced Lee nature's before this half because she was fair fawcett majors for forever And then she got hooked up with ryan o'neal oh man that guy. My wife and i both saw that dog and we were like ooh. That dog is not going to last ten minutes in this one. How did they get a dog. Yeah and two when harvey kyw till picks up the dog immediately asked immediately looks at its butthole and says that no. This is not a pet this food. Oh like they eat dog on earth. I guess earth there eating everything post-apocalyptic on earth and fair faucet and kirk douglas. Just having a great time a ball sin down a fern every once in a monitor. The bowling green. So we've failed to talk about this movie much at all. Actually what's going on. But so harvey keitel. I guess all of those containers that they were putting on this glass ship. All contain pieces of this robot that he's going to build this robot to be an assistant to them to help get their project of creating new food for earth. Make it go a little smoother. The whole setup right yes. I don't understand why he white had to be shot into space to build a robot. Why couldn't they just sit the robot. Yes if his motivations were more like fleshed out. I don't know if i would enjoy the movie more but it would at least give me some sense of what the hell is going on. So let me ask you this. He his first exchange with her affair faucet. These looking at the dogs about all and and says do you have one of these right now. Exactly like on earth we You know normal for us to look at each other's bubbles. He says you have a great body. And then he says may i use it. I use you yes. And then she says. I'm with the major and i was like a lean nature. No says that like a thing anyway. He says for his personal consumption. Only right he sends something like it was a pain alea unsocial behaviour earlier. Like he's like you can be arrested if you just don't give up your body that's penally unsocial is that is some brilliant screenwriting. All right somebody. Maybe a t shirt says pinole and social social hub and then the weird drug thing do. No i mean i know it's like the end of the seventies at the end of the movie When cheese on the spaceship there's somebody there's like a a waiter walking around with this big tub of like candy corn pills for. Hey you wanna go for a trip here you go. Here's eight different colored hills out. They were mixed in like mike. And i like somebody who puts the googlers in their pop. Warner's all kinds of stuff in there or not googlers like raise nets i guess okay arrays the nets and popcorn together. Yeah good mix. Hey can we think it will break sure. Hey freaks tres. It's tim from the moratorium. Do you like the sweet. Sounds of our witty banter in your ears every week. We'll head on over to our patriarch on and for only three dollars a month. You can get even more in the director's cuts of our movie episodes. On average. that's twenty minutes. More of our wise cracking jive talkin and lip flapping laughter straight to your ear holes. Go to the moratorium dot com and click on our atrium link. And you'll find five awesome tears with tons of goodies. You can also find our t. spring link on the website for even more awesome merge. Thank you for your support now on with the show so back to the movie for a minute here Yeah well nothing's going on okay. Come everybody's watching everybody. You know like you get a glimpse of kirk douglas. Unfair faucet kind of having sex and it's just her face and he's kind of like you know like kissing her neck or something and look on. Her face is like oh just just lay here and wait for it to be open. And she's thanking howard. Dogs made yeah exactly was dog baseline but anyway that fucking workout seen. She's got a arab. Or that i think have rollers. Were even more futuristic than than the one that she has she has like last year's model just looks like a lawnmower wheels with like a handle on it. They couldn't even and he's jumping rope like knits and actually he looks good jumping rope except for he is obviously not wearing underwear and is in some type of thin velour and the fact that they had carpet. I was like guys. It is the future. That carpet looks disgusting and you have dawn. it's probably eat all over our. Yeah but oh my god in jumping rope with those pants as unacceptable. That's where i started to think tim. I i am going to watch the rest of this movie but it is under protest and they're watching like morning. Tv yourself in their life is just amazing so we set up pretty quick. After hurricane harvey keitel gets here they cannot talk to earth for forty days there. I immediately cut off so communications. Not available they're using eclipse like a verb that just got eclipsed clip st- now harvey till when he meets up with fair faucet. She says something like you. Don't sleep much do you. And he's like oh. I sleep by take a couple of these. And he says they're blue. Dreamers was just looks like tax. He gives her a tic tac. They're basically like ambien or something later when they take one they split take it. Yeah they're saying it's more like ecstasy. The exact let's what i was thinking and their balu. She asks kirk douglas. He's ever taken blue dreamers before he's like well these look like some other pills. I take a ready to get it on. Come sit on grandpas lap. Come look at grandpa's moose. Knuckle which has during the look. That's all i can look at. And i thank you for bringing that up because i can't stop. Look his crotch. Starting you wanted to watch this but yeah he snooping on them. Caceres closed circuit television cameras everywhere on this everywhere. They've warriors dream. It's like he's waiting for her to do something with harvey keitel but at the same point. Yeah well he's he's upset about it. And i don't know yeah Santa and then contemplating his own by talapity. Yeah is this. Were on like say porn hub or something it would be a very different situation Yeah that sort of makes sense. I kind of liked that story. Line again it would work if harvey kyw tell wasn't so instantly. Just slimy bad guy you know if it was anyone slightly more attractive than him. It might work better. But she's even grossed out you know she's like no way captain graham paul. I'm watching them. Jog around the ship bra on. That can't be comfortable at all. Nope she was very popular when this movie was being made and they wanted to show as much skin as possible to get the kids into the theater. It didn't work yeah. Was this a flop. I thought you were talking about his crotch again. Did not need to see that jogging. Seen note you're just just concentrate on her concentrate on her. Yes that's a bad workout. Outfit is a sweaty see-through turtleneck and velour pants but you've been wearing for ten days. He has not changed pants his not change pants later on. He comes in in a different suit than he's been wearing. Looks like he's wearing like the female doctor. Monkeys sue from planet of the apes. Pretty cool but again just they just don't fit right in all the wrong places. i think. That what kirk. Douglas was trying to do in the scene where they where they take the pill so they split the ecstasy and i think he's trying to seem hip right. They had a whole conversation about waiting until. Rbi tells gone and then they'll drop it and then they'll have a good time. Yeah but now. He's worried that harvey cocktails tells gonna end up getting with her so he's trying to seem hip now. Yeah i kinda got that too. Yeah okay i like that. Well there is a scene that they cut out. This goes on for quite a while. I'll post this on a website l. Posted on our youtube page as well. There is a scene that they cut out where they start. Getting real weird because of this pill okay. Yeah yeah well. That's what i thought that. It was like austin powers. You know there's a little bit of you know. It was maiden seventy nine. There's a little kind of psychedelic thing to you. Know she comes out in this barbarella esque. Y'all sit yes and has this huge head of hair now. She has totally teased it. Up with auguries to whole bottle of aqua net right. This is the deleted scene. Yes okay. I'm with you. And they start getting their freak on. She starts dancing around. There's a close camera shot. That couldn't be four inches away from her crotch. Wow and she starts wrapping him up in this light. This silky net thing which later we see him in when they're in bed and they're kind of sleeping it off right when harvey kyw tale comes in with hector for the first time. Just come on in and her hair is totally different now. She's no longer in the our strays wrapped up in the sash. Okay i guess that explains that was like why did he. They were getting their freak. Okay makes sense. I guess okay. So while they the night that they had their weird sex stripper. Whatever the whole time harvey cartels putting together. A robot walking around with a clipboard. He actually does the thing where you make sure that you have all the parts before you start moving together him. He really is operatives. So then he busts in sues their like out he just like. Hey i built a robot. I know you guys just you guys are koi. Olen wanna see this. This room is musty. Amassed just lingering and he sends his he's like oh yeah. Why wasn't i invited to this party. Grandpa was aqua velva and hair spring. Yeah so he built a robot. You could say actually that Harvey kite tells acting is very robotic as well. It is not good he is. I mean. i'm sure that's the way they wanted him to play is just emotionless. Being right but we already know. He's unstable. He's teaching the robot how to do the little hand gesture from rama close encounters sher- turn your wrists and like flex your fingers out. It can't do much a robot though. It can extract the tiny glass. Shard out of verifies. Its is here in a little bit. The seems insane. That is a big thing. Especially in. I mean they say. They spent a million dollars a million dollars to build this robot. It is one of those things where it's like. We can wait for the robot to do it or like we could just take two steps and just pick up the thing that like you could. The robot has completely pointless yes and then being like chased by it later is is just laughable because it literally is just on the verge of tipping over and falling down the if there's a man in the suit yes and the robot suit well that's why the torso of the robot is so big because he's kind of hiding as arms instead a head and leaves and fake robot arms that he can control. He's just in the suit trapped. Yeah yeah can you imagine that on. I mean like that is not a good day for that guy that is in that suit you know out. She is wearing the skimpy outfits. We do. Get to see some boom. Oh yeah so. High baci tells trying to teach the robot. His shit yeah. Harvey keitel sees farah fawcett and he starts born and out. The robot is therefore horn and our our cuck is over there working on something and watching them both. Yes yes always watching. All of these conversations are happening while someone else's watching. I mean that is the definition of cuckold in this situation. A space couple. They've got the robot working on a laser that is trying to penetrate a rock. Did you think when you saw that laser that maybe the robot would pick up that laser and walk around with it later expected it i for it. That should have happened. This laser is so just willy. Nilly in the open yeah. There's there's no like plexiglass sleigh no guarding whatever. The hell trying to break a rock and a half with the laser right and that laser has has to be tearing a hole in the whole of this ship. You don't wanna just have a shooting a laser around inside a space. But that was just all setup that so she gets a sliver of rock in her eye so they could sit probably the most terrifying thing in the in the movie. Yes anything you start fucking with people's is going to make people uneasy. I was in distress while i was watching. Oh hector has a tweezers yet attachment like oh come in handy. We have an eyewash station. But let's let the robot o'clock it out and then that weird animation of him. Doing it wasn't even like the thing wasn't even close to her. I know which was very strange. That was actually their waste. That wasn't iraq that was just saving for directly after that seem kirk. Douglas walks in on them as she's distraught because of this thing in her eye and he's kind of harvey tells consoling her yeah by grabbing her face. Help you so kirk. Douglas walks in and the the floorboards have been removed. Expose what i can only assume as their wastewater. Yeah gray water. I don't know which is just a setup for later on in the film when we get to it. I i've got a. I've got several questions about that too. Well there is a cut scene in all talk about it. Another deleted scene that that follows that instant so okay near the end of the movie. So we'll get there. Okay it is funny. How dyke there is this interloper and kirk. Douglas find something to do on the other side of the ship while fair is. He's giving her time to be terrorize yet. Almost as if it some sort of a you know almost on purpose what he does this later. When he says he's going to go out to do some mundane task outside in a spacesuit. Yeah and leaves her with this. This robot yes leaves her with hari. Baci tail yeah at almost as if he won't he's wanted something bad happen. Well i'll we'll talk about it here in the second to but i got a breakdown this real quick because harvey tells trying to get the robot to talk. He's like i know you have the ability. Why won't you talk. And he says he's not ready yet. So he's using a five button keyboard to communicate with harvey kyw tells the robots talking to him and says that he knows because he's had Harvey tells thought he knows he is a killer right and he tells the robot to blank that information right like delete that word he also says this later to farah fawcett is like i can blank that memory for you. Yeah so is. I'm still confused because of maybe it's that port that he has in the back of his head. Yeah something is he. Retrofits kirk douglas. Later with one of those ports when kirk douglas when hector grabs her you know and holds her up out. Yeah gap kirk douglas again. He's like a mile away. He does like a mannix. Or like a captain john off of only like four feet but like i'm surprised he didn't roll out of it. Exactly i get that stunt guy out of there i wanted to do. I got this. I'm super on so before. That seem though hector was out with kirk. Douglas oh the deleted scene shows him taking the robot with him to go. Do whatever mundane task. Well yeah he's just slows down and their little space ship Rover that they have okay. And hector gets out of the space out of the rover to go do something with the spaceship. That harvey keitel came in and kirk. Douglas is trying to get the hector to go. Get back into the buggy. Get back in the buggy. And he refuses so kirk. Douglas leaves him right. And that's when the robot comes back and attacks her gotcha so it was really weird. And i understand why they cut it because now you're like well. How far outweigh you. It doesn't tell you how long they been that kirk. Douglas has been out there right. And it gives you kind of tastes like the robot. There's something not right with the robot. Yeah this is the scene. That i'm actually in right now. The the robot kills the dog. Yeah basically like chops at in half and then grabs her and she immediately hits the alarm button. Which sends you know a stunt grandpa in the play. Yes yes but it takes him like thirty minutes to get back to get decontaminated to run down to the botany lab. Botany bay there is a lot of star trekkie and stuff in this area. They stole from everything. I would say it was more track than wars. Your get that. I don't get why so. Everyone is being endangered by hector. Harvey hell everybody. That big ass thing falls on harvey kites l like a big fork and it just kind of into that table kind of benin of while it is super easy for kirk douglas. Just to like you know. Everything in their hydroponics areas like a booby-trapped that he can just kind of spring on the robot he comes back and risks blowing out his lower back again to get that thing off of harvey kites l. Why he built a very weird and dangerous robot. Why are you trying to save him. He was going to leave and decided not to go back for tell harvey keitel. He dives onto the table before. That arm could trap. Yeah kind of yeah. He was enabling that That like if i land just stride. It won't break my pelvis when it falls down. I read this goose. And i just saw it that when kirk. Douglas is trying to leave and he's starting to shut the door. Yeah and harvey baci tells asking him to come help him. Yeah that little scene. Where it cuts back to harvey kyw tell you can see kirk. Douglas hand trying to raise that arm. Where it's in the shot so yeah it was a bad cut and there's also a shot of him under that thing and it is clearly a stuntman in a wig. Marcus flying everyone. Harvey's hair has come shaken loose from his tiny pony tail. And now he kind of looks like i don't know he's got kind of like andy warhol hair doesn't help anything kirk. Douglas has knocked over. Hector in order to save harvey keitel and then trap hector in the botany bay. I love that dive. He he hits the button to close the door and dives through the i blessed sohar. Oh yeah he goes completely airborne through it for as he got some. Good like hang. Time to aussies amazes stud. That wouldn't surprise me if that was kirk. Douglas i think my favorite movie of kirk. Douglas is the villain with arnold schwarzenegger. I don't know if i've ever seen that all the way. Really yes i. I don't think i could do well. I wonder if i'm going to have to take as some day because that is clearly a moratorium movie because that one went missing for ten twelve years easy. That's weird and bad after all of that. In the botany bay and they narrowly escaped Limb thing that just walk slower than it than anything he orders harvey cartel to dismantle it. Yes harvey keitel does like kind of taken apart. You only see him those a weird scene to verify. They're getting ready to walk out. That must have just been added. Because they're walking out of the room and fair faucet like hey do you think he's really going to dismantle that robot. Kurt won't back into the room pushes the button and says hey. Are you dismantling that robot. Like i asked you to. And harvey tells like i'm dismantling the robot boom. They're out of the door like that's over with so then hector you know. He's kind of like a c. Three zero you know. His all amazes is commanding all these other super slow robots to put him back together that they use earlier with like a remote controlled. Bring them a bright vial of something like that would make sense sort of if It was like a robot that went around and watered the or check the ph balanced or anything like that but if they would have shown one scene where those robots did something else i think it would. It would make it would have made more sense. I mean the jaw was wouldn't even take these robot. No there's no rudimentary. Yes they will. Just put them in the trash compactor. But there is a robot with tracks you know anna claw the claw that the way. The scene is shot. Looks like it is going to put that cau- in like the robots but did you see laying on this kind of conveyor table and that thing comes up and the claws going straight between the robot's legs sex stuff going on constantly. And i'm sure because they wanted to make this look futuristic that all of these robots are being still controlled by the same twenty people to try to put this thing back together. This was actually shot in reverse. In the trivia explains this that the robots were actually taking apart but they were putting it in reverse make it look like these two little robots are helping each other. I felt a tear of endearment. When i was watching this with their buddies. The alarm sound that hector makes his really annoying in win and when it does that. I've just i'm old so i watch. Everything was subtitles on. It says neurotic hits robot alarming mainly laugh. But then i was like oh. That is an annoying noise who booed the robots helped. Put hector back together including this big brain. It's like a bunch of brains. It's like how tennis balls are in that like to. There's like six or seven of them and they were all marked abby normal. That's what it looks like. That's what we're finding out. They really went overboard. I think on this The life jews of the tubes there get see that scene over and over again. I know that looked very silly to. I mean they just look like crazy straws or something you know. So what we're to believe is that even though the brain was removed from hector the head was still attached to the brain therefore the brain is able to remotely control these other robots to put him back together. That's it you're you're giving into much credit. Think it's just bad. I just realized anybody can go anywhere. We're coming up on the scene. That i resent you for and probably will for the rest of our relationship together. They just lay down to bed. She is in a skimpy. You know like lingerie and so is he. He's not wearing. We will soon find out anything. Yes the the fight scene between a very naked kirk douglas. If he's wearing anything he's wearing one of those weird like what are they. Call him like pasties. But for your weiner i guess just so. When he is strangling harvey l. is dick isn't rubbing up against him. They're hiding his boehner. Rugged i mean he is a tough old man. You know you but come on. I think cardi b. taylor's almost getting off on being show. Yeah he's like that guy on holy shit and just when i was starting to get mad at you like a. He made me look at kirk. Douglas but harvey kites l. is kind of trying to drag farah away. That he's just like i'm taking her to earth she's mine exactly and Fucking hector pops out from nowhere and chops his fan. Mom and i was like. Oh okay now. You've got my attention again. But there was a scene that was supposedly cut. Wear hector is dismantling harvey keitel. Ooh really like ripping limb from limb. I guess so because we see small scene later where hector is wearing harvey gels face and now using his voice right which is great It's probably the best best seen in the film. It's coming up. I kind of wish that he would have kept wearing the face. Oh absolutely throughout the rest of the film it's already rated r. After the hand thing. Okay so now. I see where you're seeing gone. Because when they catch a glimpse of him he is just got like ragged pieces of light. Ludden lash on his claws. It's awesome. I saw the this smear of blood on his leg but yeah the lashing in from those clamps clamps clamps. Yeah his hands are like the only threatening part of inspire robot so this is kind of well you see the flesh hanging down to because they're kind of in the the underbelly of the ship straight from aliens draped from alien and there's still flesh hanging onto the clause. He's reaching through the great to try to get them. Oh my god and so like lethargic. It's eight chase scene. They have all the time in the world. Hector cannot move that fast. And they're like oh we can't get away from him. Kurt douglas's like he's always one step ahead of us or something like you're in your sixties and he can easily get away from him away he just saw you in. Supreme action strangle a young man a young muscular man to death. Get away from the stupid robot but instead they take off one of the exhaust ports i guess and man what kind of fumigate the area i love it. I love it in those movies where it is literally like here just like this flare. He'll be completely confused. Like there's just this murder bought and you just kind of blows some fog adam and eve completely undone and i find this funny because fair faucet sheep show she hits the lever turn on this fog machine yes to confuse hector kirk douglas. Just holding the hose not even close to the robot really just right in front of his own face. Yeah i know he could've gotten it a little bit closer. Yeah is that like a bomb. Kind of thing just smoke. i mean they are growing hydroponics. That's right and that one scene where he tells her to to get naked. He says i'm going to all. I'm going to think about his hydroponics. Yeah drew upon x. Hydroponics tackles are onto the bed. And she's all giggly about a two. Yup i can't wait to see your old balls so very faucet and kirk. Douglas have been separated when they were space. Grandpa gassing hector the robot. Yes i don't really understand how their voices are like weird modulated now in this hallway seeing. Did you wonder why. I just let it go okay. Hey i'm easy hector's looks like he's gonna do one of those windmill thing. He puts his arms out to decide his. Just gonna spin around again. You can easily run away from hecker. I mean he's not sneaking up on anybody. But i guess this base is so huge. That maybe i don't know hector. Has he knows all the shortcuts zone. No they're just trying to get back to the botany bay right. Yeah i guess. Hector is Again just everyone is of voyeur. In this hector gets into the control room to watch them on. These closed circuit tv again. I mean this is so in the future that they are in a giant spaceship in a asteroid field but he has to go to a room to watch the cameras for you know. That's the part that i never understand. In the sci fi movies in you not just think. I mean maybe i'm just being maybe just the thought of like bluetooth or something as just like blowing people's minds or if they he just had a artux to won- sticks into the wall and then he can say these things that would work to buy right exactly exactly so we set up their waste disposal system underneath the floorboards gray water just so they could set a trap later now for hector so removing the floor grates and covering it back up with these cheap panels right. They basically were like supported by those like plastic pallets battling from walmart. Yes this is weird to me to. Plants don't need rocks around to make it seem like they're in a like habitat or something. You know what i mean. But you know the the bobby room. They didn't take an entire cave system from earth and put it into a spaceship. They made it up like it's a like a theme restaurant. Id there you know sure. Yeah volcano goes off like noon. Everyday i the way i thought it was. Maybe they found this cave system on this moon and they just decided to use it and then build the space station around it. Okay that seems unstable to me. Because you don't know what this moons capable love it starts having any kind of freaking earthquake that would then destroys said station right there in an asteroid field. There's just asteroids just like. I'm not exactly sure. How asteroid fields work. But it seems like that would just be a poor place to settle the some. So how does go ahead okay. You're probably asking the same question getting ready to answers. Here's a cut scene deleted scene. That actually shows hector edging towards the the trap that they set sure and he looks down home. I don't know if they if it was portraying that he could tell. The floor was hollow. I think so and then walked around it. But that's what the scene they deleted made you think the version that i'm watching. He dropped one of those like fake rocks and it broke through. I think it's fair. Faucets acting the i mean. I don't wanna be like two critical. But i think she can't even convince a robot that she's not lying transparent. She's like all of a sudden she likes him. You know. I find this amusing when hector gets himself out of their wastewater and it's like he's just covered in What i could only assume space toilet paper right. Yeah it's just caked on komo's looks like Candle lacks yeah. looks like petroleum. It's gross whenever they dislike slathered him with the from their stash of play toys and costumes. So i mean that's what we were all thinking but we don't say outlet. They're trying to get away from hector they put on their space suits and they're going to run out to harvey tells ship to get away. I guess and then the ship explodes because hector finds a button that says detonate. That seems so silly and that affect was so bad i. They could've set that up easier. I think you know yeah them trying to run out and then seeing the only escape pod explode which makes me wonder. Are they trapped on this planet on this moon. Yeah and they have no means to get off whatsoever that sign like they don't have a less they have like a escape hall or something. What would normally happen. The math made me wonder. Why didn't they go to their escape. Pod and instead of trying to go to harvard guy tells ship all they got this groovy space station. They don't want to give it up there in heaven here. this is coming. I expected them to be called. Adam and eve Yeah that is kind of awe that they seems like they chose that on purpose. Maybe too i mean is it. Just the era everything is like sex. I mean i guess it is fair faucet she literally is like the you know. Sexiest woman is just a sex symbol. Yeah but after she was fired or quit from. Charlie's angels her career kinda hit some slumps but she was real hot in the eighties so it didn't seem to affect her career that she was in disappointing movies. Like saturn. three that did not Ah failed at the box office. Yeah they are kind of being forced down to find the reveal that hector is wearing harvey tells face. It is the coolest part of the entire movie. I paused it. And there're actually like maggots on it and stuff did you. Oh my gosh. that's cool. No i did not see that you don't see it for very long. It's only on the screen for a few seconds but i The yeah it looks real and it's lit from below you know it looks like a full ci movie. Basically hector's face is poking out of out of the side of jeered. But yeah i see magazines all over it. Granted the that does not look like harvey. Kyw tell one so. It's not the effect is there. It looks like Houma man when he did. The i mean that's for real like full she stuff even the way solit- it looks cool. I dig it so that just kinda fades to black to say that. Now they're being held captive by head. Yeah i mean farah fawcett faints. But you don't see what happens to kirk douglas. And then he's waking up like. I don't know what happened there. There's just so Shops that he's got a rip harvey cut. It's beautiful so they show the site. Fighter is a total rip on star wars yet. our wars. there's a little bit of battle star galactica. Maybe yeah sure. Now what i was going to say is we actually kinda see the eclipse. The end of the eclipse kind of that was just a little visual. The show is that time has passed. I guess right and but they just happen to show up right at the end of the eclipse like it's almost like oh thank god that big planet can get by like. The lane was blocked. What i was saying that they wait for forty days to check on these guys. Yeah i don't know. Seems like checking on them in the time where they can't transmit thing exactly. We don't know how much time has passed. but i guess hector has implanted kirk douglas. With the with the matrix thing kovacs which. I wonder why. He didn't put one in farah fawcett because obviously he's quarantined them away from each other. Yeah it seems like that's the one you want control. Yeah you want to get into her mind find out her likes so you can start dating her properly come on robot exactly yet find out what she's into the she Lack fondue the band red. I'm just guessing that she likes both of those. And then this. This scene made me laugh but we talked about it already. But it's like so You guys okay. Everything's fine in a weird. I mean they obviously know. Is he trying to do kirk. Douglas imitation because it sort of sounds like kirk douglas. They i guess hector has now just mimicking. Everybody even does heard as he yes yes he does. Alex is forgot about that and so they feel utterly trap that now the this slowest moving robot ever is holding them captive right and they can't escape it and now it wants to learn everything that kirk. Douglas knows right about hydroponics i guess. And what fair faucet before harvey kyw till Did his before all of that. You did you see. He actually took a big handful of pills. Yes just random pills all the flavors of mike. And i yeah valium. Vitamin a. Tom's like zertec or something. That's took lactate. Casey wants like a piece of pizza later when maybe should have taken some penicillin because space herpes. So grandpa gets his action vest on and now he's really ready to take on the robot. The end of this film made me laugh so hard. Just bathing hector. The yelich naked gun takes that he does with the thing in the back of the neck. He's like oh one more thing like it keeps on down his neck at the very last. Hector just wants to stick the poured in just still or a second. Make me scissor your head off and in hector did not repair the floor whatsoever. So it's his fault. Yeah it really is. He is not a good robot. he's not very smart law. That's why he's trying to get the smarts from kirk. douglas. I guess so. Yeah i guess steal your smarts turn your head around. Hold still one more thing. I was wondering he runs up and grabs soc- look suspiciously like a lightsaber out of a can see that. I'm not sure what that is. Was that the bomb that he's trying to hang on. Let me get a bomb. Out of the cabinet is just right next to like is just a box on a wall. Yeah it was in the. It was in lifesaving bomb cabinet just like you said but tackling hector into. Oh my gosh you can tell that that is a horrible stunt man. Pushing hector into. Oh the owner. It is very very apparent that that is not space. Grandpa kirk douglas tackles hector into the cesspool and detonates. The bomb we see pieces of hector flying around everywhere. Where are the pieces of douglas. Right exactly. I saw a shape that was kind of flipping around in the air now is like is s hurt businesses. We and i was like oh suharto the robot he he killed himself by blowing himself up and there is no evidence of blood or anything no just piece of hector. Pieces of hector foam. Cummings i think when she's talking to hector while Hurt doug was getting all that together. There's just a random collection of like hydroponic stumm binder. It is clearly just giant containers of You know sour diesel by afghan kush or whatever. It looks like there's even some edibles with like a rainbow rainbow tape across the top earlier in the beginning of the film. I swore they had pot plant in their little domicile. I know i was looking like yeah. We're saving earth. That is funny. Though that there's no there's no food to speak of it literally is like hanging plants. I mean in. Maybe they're doing that for oxygen but it seems like they should have like some broccoli. Go some fake. Since they're going to eat dogs on earth because they i why are they not breeding pets then just for consumption. Yeah exactly so. that's the end. We actually close with this weird space ship. And this is where. I was thinking. Straight out of battle star galactica. Yeah the nose of this space craft very stupid looking yet. Which i guess they're taking all these people back to earth so now farah fawcett is making her trip to earth where she'd never been never seen before. Yeah the atrocities that are in her futures. Can't wait for my first dog sandwich. I'll had chihuahua club. They do it real nice. They put those like sauteed peppers. And i like it when they slice the dobermans. Like really thin. You know real thin just melts in your mouth Her hair looks like she was near a takeoff spaceships off. That is exactly the way you hair looked in the disk. Right in dropping acid seen by the way yup. Let's do this quick in seen since your face looks the same in every in. So they're going to earth but earth does not look in good shape whatsoever no and harvey kite sell if he's any indication of what people like. You don't wanna go out to hang out people now right. So that's a saturn three Well you're welcome. I mean. I remember watching this on. Tv afternoon tv. which now. i can't believe. Did i seem nipples cut all that out by. They had to. They probably blurred them. I don't know mosaic tournaments back in the eighties. You know. maybe you know if you look at charlie's angels. They were showing all sorts of cleavage. Sure but whose nipples were portrayed better. kirk douglas. Or farah faucet. I i honestly can't said. I think what we have to learn from today's show is the term moose knuckle. Yes there's just no other way to describe it and it was in full force like he gave himself a wedgie before he started everything. Well that was a movie. I mean it was on it. Had they paid actress v. In it two lovers stationed at a remote base in the asteroid. Fields of saturn are intruded upon by a retentive technocrat said. No crabbiest matter. It's not a real thing weird sex stuff in space with a giant robot with tiny. But that's right anyway. Our guys well that wraps up saturn three. Let's shut this bitch down like we always do. Jason tell everybody where they can find this. We are at the moratorium dot com. Why are you being robotic. I don't know you can find us. The movie we just did did not even ever do do that. Does get irritating after awhile. Now he would have been better if they gave him a voice. If mel tillis would voice if he'd had immediately like guess redneck boys. Hey guys what's going on. That actually would have been a lot. Croupier you know. Can we make it cut where we voice the robot that would be. That's what we're doing. Now hi my name is hector. Hey chopped your hand off. Do you need me helpless. That all right guys. We'll hate the moratorium dot com. You can find a link to everything. Go check out our youtube started. Doing these mini moratoriums. I'm continue those. You can expect those every friday. Just little mini moratorium. Fifteen twenty minutes. Long i'm gonna cover some different stuff this next week actually Sorry this last week. 'cause i'm were recording the future. Do we have to go into the future in your cord this episode. Or how do i. I have a little portal. Back here. That i just jumped through and jump back just. We'll all willy nilly like yes. I think willy nilly is the best way to go anyway. Go check out our many moratoriums on youtube. You can find this everywhere you listen. You can find us on all the social media's all the most important one that i want to keep up with facebook twitter instagram head on over to our patriotic and help support this podcast. We need your help guys. Just just a few dollars a month. You can help us. Keep this shit show burning. Jesus for three dollars a month. You can get the director's cuts to our movie episode. That's right. I'm gonna cut out twenty to thirty minutes out of every movie episode and save it just for the patriotic members so go on over and check that out anyway jason. You got anything else to add. I don't i don't either. I'm spent i'm done. I'm looking at arnold schwarzenegger's mug right now all you can do all right. Let's shut it down jason by. I'm about see you've been listening to the moratorium. An empty cornfield production. Join us next week. When we attempt to uncut this podcast and had back to earth and check out the new terrier taco tuesday. All right. that's enough of that. If you have any movie suggestions or just want to tell us how much we really suck. You can contact us at movie. Moratorium gmail.com thanks for listening and long live. Vhs guys see you later.

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11 Trivia Questions on FF Words

Trivia With Budds

08:00 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on FF Words

"It's eleven trivia questions on F F words don't worry. None of them are dirty, but all the answers will be two words that start with F. This is trivia with buds. Remote And welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host. Brian Buds thank you so much for checking out my show and thank you for leaving I tunes reviews and joining us over on Patriot on. If you've listened to the show for awhile, and you get some entertainment out of it, and he got a buck or two to spare per month go on Patriot, Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. Has All these different reward tears? You can sign up for for a dollar you thank you in the show notes to every episode and sometimes a vocal. Thank you on the show and it goes up from there. You also get a digital newsletter once a month on the. Dollar tear and then at three dollars you get something like a sticker or a button that send you every five dollars. Is You get to pick a topic for the podcast every month and it just keeps going, so there's lots of cool things. Go check him out if you like this show support for a dollar or more. Speaking of support, thank you to everybody who's been playing my online trivia sessions every single day for ninety days in a row since the quarantine started. We've been doing these at seven PM Pacific for two hours. If you WANNA keep playing, we're definitely GONNA make it to one hundred. I am going on a camping trip in about ten days, so we'll definitely be pausing it for at least a weekend, but I'm GONNA. Make it to one hundred four Scher and then we might have a new schedule based on if things are opening. Opening backup or not, it seems like everything was about to open back up and now it seems like everything might be shut down again, so you don't know what the world has in store for your schedule these days, but I hope everybody listening is safe and sound and I hope you're finding some sanity. Listening to this show, today's episode is called F F words. All of the answers will start with two F. words and again there's no swearing. Don't worry F F words come anti with eleven questions right now here we go. All right everybody F F words as in fun and fancy. Let's get fun and fancy with this quiz number one each Iran deco sauce and Coty zone are some international examples of this number one each year on. Deco and Coty zone are some international examples of what number one. Question number two character created in nineteen, forty four helps to prevent these number two a character created in nineteen, forty four helps to prevent the number two. Question number three footwear for the beach number three footwear for the beach. And number four metlife Gillette and centurylink all sponsor, these number four met life, Gillette and centurylink all sponsor these number four. F F words number five desirable object that someone wants, but should not have like the apple in the garden of Eden number, five desirable object that someone wants should not have like the apple in the garden of Eden. Number six, a blonde star of Charlie's angels number six a blonde star of Charlie's angels. And number seven Washington Jefferson or Franklin for example number seven Washington Jefferson Franklin, for example. Question Number, eight carbon, rich energy sources foreign by the decomposition of dead organisms number eight. What would that be two words that both start with F carbon, rich energy sources foreign by the decomposition of dead animals number eight. Number Nine airline bonus programme number nine airline bonus programme number nine. And question number ten. irresistably attractive woman who leads men into dangerous situations, number, ten and resistance, attractive woman who leads men into dangerous situations number ten. And the bonus question for two points Clarence birds is products number eleven for two points. Clarence birds is products. Those, are all your questions for F F words go grab yourself a nice cool Arnold Palmer and we'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to this round on F. F words. Let's see how well you did. And we're starting with number one. Each year on Deco and Coty zone are some international examples of fast food, fast food number, one fast food number, two, a character created in one, thousand, nine, forty four helps to prevent these that smokey bear. Otherwise known as smokey, the bear, and that would be forest fires number, two forest fires number, three footwear for the beach would be flipflops wearing a pair of cynic. Flip right now I, think they're from Costco number. Four metlife Gillette centurylink are all sponsors of football fields, football fields in the US number, five desirable object that someone wants to have, but should not have the apple in the garden of Eden. That's a forbidden fruit number, five forbidden fruit and number six of star of Charlie's angels Farah Fawcett Farah Fawcett who died about ten years ago around the same time as Michael Jackson. Fair Faucet number seven. Washington Jefferson Franklin are examples of founding fathers number seven founding fathers. Number carbon rich energy sources formed by decomposition of dead organisms that would be fossil fuels number eight fossil fuels number nine airline bonus program is frequent flyer number nine frequent flyer miles an number ten years this to be attractive woman leads men or sometimes women into dangerous situations. That would be a FEM Fatale Fan Patel. Your bonus question for two points Clarence. Birdseye is products are frozen foods, Bird's-eye, frozen vegetables and peas, and carrots, and things like that frozen foods and there. You have guys that is our around for today on F F. Words help. You had fun playing along. We've one more question for you. And the question is who created the look and find character Waldo. Waldo tweet me your answer at Ryan Buds or Email Ryan buds a dot com to see if you got that question correct. Yesterday's question of the day answer was yellow, yellow, and your Trivia team name of the day was Swiss Miss. Congeniality Swiss Miss Congeniality also. The yellow is for Mickey Mouse shoes now. I remember what the question was. Trivia team today Swiss. Miss Congeniality thank you guys so much for listening to the show. Thanks for telling a friend about the program and we'll see next time for more trivia with buds cheers. Earned

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#2134: My Dog Still Hates You

Car Talk

55:21 min | Last month

#2134: My Dog Still Hates You

"Hello and welcome to car talk from national public radio with us. Picking up the tab brothers. We're broadcasting this week from the lonely hearts club here car. Talk laws as well. It's called a friend of both carla and louis named sharon wall. Send us these personal ads from an irish newspaper. These are real things. We think. I'll just. I'll just read you a few grossly overweight louth turf cutter forty two years old and twenty three stone. Jim seeks nimble lady preferably south american for tango sessions candlelit dinners and hubin nights of screaming. Passion must have own car and be willing to travel box nine oily following a sad recent. Lost t. total tipperary man. Fifty three six replacement nanny must like biscuits and answer to them. They many pretty specific heavy drinker. Thirty five cork area seeks gorgeous woman interested in pints glasgow celtic football club and studying scraps on patrick street at three in the morning. 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War doesn't the greatest is like how engines the back so you get all that station wagon plus trunk room in the front all right well. Well i mean that's all right. We can see that you've been deprived driving a real console on that you've lost your perspective. I mean you are right that in terms of the use of space it was a rather interesting configuration right because it it cleverly concealed the fact that there was an engine especially on hill right. You had a trunk in the back trunk in the front no engine anywhere. The engine was complete peace show. The engine was bad the rest of the cars things attached to it go ahead. Let us not discourage your enthusiasm. Yeah farrow was. I think what do you think. Well what i think is a wonderful car. I grew up in square backseat. But the reason. I'm calling you because although it lives and breathes right now. It breeds hot air permanently. It's i've got permi- heat perma heat. Oh yeah we've had this problem with with with volkswagen's since the beginning of time what's happened finally. Is that your heater. Cables have seized over or the flaps in the heater boxes have seized in the open position. So even i know. I could never all the years i worked in those 'cause i could never figure it out for work the levers because you'd get in the car started up you'd move deliver one direction. No he still though he you have to sort of grow up. well volkswagen. it was What do they call. That does a No there's all term you have to imagine there was heat and like my wife's cooking abstract cooking app strap strapped heat. You put the if as long as you put those the levers in the right position you would just feel war too soon as you put your rollover zip code gloves off strip down to like four or five years along underwear so now you have heat all the time and you'd like to put an end to this the problems we're having all the time and if uw square back is it because the engine is somewhere unload capable. I'm not sure where to look for the box. And can i do something with the flaps myself. Well the heat. The heat of boxes are on either side of the engine. They flanked the engine. Okay so needless. To say you'd have to get underneath the car and you'd see the heat boxes and then you would see running from each heat of box toward the front of the car. You'd see a corrugated tube several inches in diameter. Maybe three four five inches in diameter relatively big like they needed that the carry small amounts of what they did in any event between these tubes in the box. There's a little door and you and you open the door. You get heat when you close the door. You don't know when you open the door to get heat. The simplest solution is at least a wire. The heated boxes open in the winter and closings. Just take the tubes out. They come right out there like concertina so you can just push it. It'll come from one end and yank it out and take the two tubes and put them in the house and when the weather turns cold and ugly stick them back in again the easiest way to turn the heat off. Yeah because if you try to free up the The doors it'll take a case of wd forty and it's still won't work. Yeah the cables are probably sees at this point. Usually just cut all that stuff off while you're under there. No no no don't do that. Thanks for your call. Thanks a lot bye one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five zero. You're on car talk hello. My name is pat mcken for north carolina. New york that you're on a staff. I know secular counselor so what pat ate Wanted to catch up with you guys and talk about my ninety five chevy lumina atv and i'm notorious for running i guess but lately i've been running out of gas and it's just not my fault three or four times in the last year typically on a long trip and highway driving. I'll run a gas and they're still gas left in the tank. How do you know that when i fill it up the first time it took sixteen gallons and it's a twenty gallon tank and the second time it took about fifteen gallons so i had five gallons left. So how did you conclude that you're at a gas stop running. Yes and you know you put your foot on the gas pedal and but how do you know. It didn't stop running because the stars were wrong. I mean are you a why. Why do you blame it on the gas being one. Who has run out of gas before you get to know that feeling. Yeah and once you as long what do you do. You get told all your gold with a five gallon cans somewhere and you get gas you pour in a couple of gallons of gas and it starts right up. Drives the gas or sometimes actually if i just sit there long enough after a while. It'll cut right up. And i can now. This is a two part problem. The first part. Soya mcken yeah. So would you accept that you. You don't really justifiable in blaming gas. As the problem you could be running out of spark you could be running out of all kinds of things you could be running out of steam but if you rent if you ran out of spark for whatever reason about but when a buildup guess when you add gas it starts. I understand that but time always passes so it always passes. Sometimes i just happened. Get lucky and it does this. You know mild and exit. That's gotta gestation. And i can almost coast there and put gas in. Fill it up and get back in toronto drive it. You can continue to dry for another couple of hundred miles another few hours. And it's all right then. Yes and it's okay. I mean the first half a tank. Well the first five as thank now. It's good that bottom part. All right all right. We give probably running on a gas. Thank you all right. Take an easy on the guy a break. And i'm wondering where her have you. Have you asked anyone to look at this. I looked at it. You've looked at it doesn't do much good. It was still. What was the last time for. Example that you changed your fuel-filter major tuneup forty thousand mile ago. Well you could have a clogged fuel-filter easily have a week fuel pump if you've ever noticed if you're driving the truck At at any speed but under quiet conditions with the windows rolled up for example that you can hear a humming noise coming from the back of the vehicle that that's not coincident even with its moving in other words very very faint Mom fun ever drive on unimproved roads. His his guess guests nice question man. Good yet to answer wasn't good but it's a possibility that you have struck the gas tank with something like a boulder ori- tree stump bar raccoon or some such that his stove it in said the right tense of the verb stolen stove in at the bottom of the tank. So that in fact when the tank is an eighth full. You're not really getting the gas out because the area where the pickup is has been pushed up because of some impact. Ooh whoo ooh so. It may be that in fact that's happened and that would explain everything and i decided to learn to live with it and fill up an appetite. I'd have released. I would have some look at the tank to see if disinfect is true and then you can send us to genius award If it isn't true then you can choose to live with it but before your debt do that. You should change the fuel-filter with thousand miles. It might be dirty initially asked him to check the fuel pump pressure. Okay we wish you the very very best. Well listen guys. Thanks a lot all right here take care. Call one eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight Two two seven eighty two five. Hello you're on car talk. Hi hi hello. Who's this was quite a high high throaty. I might say you are amy. Yes hi amy. I'm calling from dallas. Dallas dallas okay. Okay yep are you ready. Do we already yeah. We're ready. we're ready okay. All right i have a ninety two buick. Skylark really that if you believe it or not belong to my husband's grandmother and it only has thirty three thousand miles on it. We're with you. Life is great. We inherited it and We did have seventy nine. Gmc good times van with a big eagle on the side that had been painted with house pain and had shag carpet all in the inside. So this is like a beautiful car for you live in a trailer park just checking. We're in this low class. We ought be a little further ahead than we are. But you know we took some. I know how it is We've me okay. So the problem is when i put it in park it lunges forward and it kind of rocks back and forth in a big way pa when you put it in park. Yeah we'll do you put it in park when you're doing twenty miles an hour you come to a stop before you put it in park. Yes yeah and and i and i put it in par okay. I'll stop. put it in park and still have my foot on the brake right. I try to take my foot off the brake. It's still does this right. Rock rock rock front tobacco side to side for well. I'm trying to get complete because it's so ridiculous up. Maybe i'm with you. My husband thinks that there's nothing wrong with the car that all cars do this. My mother says no all cars do not do this. I don't recall any other car doing this. I mean the van but it wave three thousand pounds. The van weighed six thousand schick marble mirrors and a sink and marbled sink. I love it. You're my kind of woman you know all cars don't do this all cars do it. All modern cars do it all front wheel drive. Modern cars do it to some extent. But there's some very broken on your car. something is broken here. Yeah what's broken. Is the thing called the torque strut. There is actually a thing that looks like a dog bone. If you open the hood put the proper up so it stays open and stand to the side and have your husband creep up very slowly and do what you do you step on the brake. Put the thing in park taken off the break and you will see the motor shift back and forth in the engine compartment. Okay okay and when it does that you will see this dog bone. That's right in fact. Some of these cars are actually two of these dog bone. Look things that's right on top of the With the radiator is the extent of the engine. And what's wrong is at the bushing. Part of it is all worn out. So he'll see it move. You'll see the thing moving you'll say. Hey there's something broken here and a dog bone thing yeah. It's actually called a torque strut okay but if you went to any gas station said my dog bone is bad. Take know exactly what you were talking about. And they'd say and zhang covering burger. And if you don't know what with a dog bone just ask. What the rottweiler. Out of the back. And he'll find the dog because it's putting stress on the motor mounts okay and it will eventually break one of them so you should. You should replace it. It's a real cheap fix and then the car will be perfect and then you'll be inspired to shag carpet the car amy. Okay thanks i well. Although you should be saving every moment of the beginning of the end of summer whistle lugubrious thought. Isn't it is your instead of listening to had to click and clack known the leaf and be is the temporal. We'll have more of your calls the second half of car talk so don't touch because if you do the business end of your dipstick may fall off. We'll be back in a minute down the pain as wa birds cool way rookie. 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And i thought i would share with you a true story involving both dodge dart and your fist city in the early sixties. I was a sweet young farm girl attending mundane midwestern university. I went to summer school at a very snooty presumptuous ole university in your fair city what pray tell could she be talking about. I wanted to be a biologist and my school to didn't teach about dna and all that stuff we were still working on husband still throwing nets into the points and sandbag it and tag. That's good i went to a. She doesn't want to divulge the name of the school so she's i went to a blank cliff mixer and met a handsome young man from an ivy league school. He asked me to go to a movie within the next night. stiffer step. He picked me up for the date in a strange looking automobile. Being a gentleman he opened the passenger side door. And i climbed in as i set waiting for him to walk around the car and get and i thought i must make charming brilliant conversation. What the hell am i going to say. I noticed that this strange car had lots of wood-pannelling on the dashboard. On the doors. On the glovebox. I remembered that wants. My aunt had had an old woody dodge station wagon that was covered with wood. Being an upwardly mobile farm girl. I was well read. I knew the dodge had recently introduced a new model car. The handsome young man climbed behind the wheel and started the engine. I said oh. Is this a dodge dot. No he replied. It's a jaguar. Could make that mistake cost. The as i was driving your car. I said jesus to get terrible continues. I was mortified. He didn't ask me out on a second date. The story has a happy ending though in. Nineteen seventy two. I met a man who drove a really crummy old car was still driving crummy cars and we're pretty darn happy. Sealy carol jenny. Great store is fact right now. I have a jag in my driveway. Alongside my car to drive and i. I know i got the wrong key. I got the jag key. And i'm trying to think of in my work see. It's so confusing and it's just so much okay. I give anyway talk to us. Our number is eight. Eight eight car talk. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car talk. Hi i'm eric from bloomington indiana and doing eric pretty good. What's up. i've got a nineteen eighty chrysler. Lebaron having problems with the horn and what happened. Is that a couple of weeks ago about three o'clock in the morning the horns sort of spontaneously went off. Yeah and just blared for about twenty minutes. By the time i sort of stumbled out there and got the hood open. It stopped just as i open the hood so took it in and they said they couldn't find anything couple of days later. Did it again. only this time. It wouldn't quit. And i go out there and fumbling around. I couldn't see anything and you know. Neighbors lights are turning on and stuff. You know you're making a lot of friends. So i go back in the house i get a hammer and beat on it till i quit the windshield. You beat on the whole. It isn't the hornets. The culprit hornet the horn itself on the horn itself. Though at least you found it. I found the hornets. And i just beat on it until it until it stopped wearing two things to fix destroyed the horse or it doesn't work at all anymore. Was this done out of frustration and anger or you rather collected. It was three o'clock in the morning. I was frustration and anger. Sorry i'll give you a little hint if this ever happens to you again. You've got to you to lapse into some kind of a a song when the neighbors are out hanging out their windows going on as you as you try to unplug the horn you gotta stratton strangling some strongly. Drive ride home intoxicated. And that way they'll forgive you. They will probably sell you did was you broke the hornets ninety three place the horn and still have to find the problem that you may not have broken the horn. It's possible that a hammer finally broke the anymore. You might have just knocked a wire off. I used the heck out of him. Okay i can tell. Eric broke the horn. I wanna i talked to him. I i took some mechanic and they said yeah. You broke the horn. I mean it's it's gone still don't know what's wrong with it but when you when you when you have the thing in there. They didn't have any ideas about what to do. What they said was. That was a chance that it was like a short. The wire someplace y'all or chance that something else any other other That was what they said. That was what it was short lawyer place. We'll have to trace the wiring all the way through the you know under the dashboard and everything. Eight hours of labor in two hundred dollars. Well did they consider that. There were all the possibilities. That could be something like the horn relay. One relay only cost a few dollars. That's why they didn't consider that they'll right. They didn't say that they didn't. They said it was just they said it was tracing the whole thing and they said that the a combination of coal the moisture that particular. I mean that's why it was always going off in the middle of the night. Yeah well things shrinking the cold. Everyone knows everyone knows that. And it's in. It's possible that something shrinking in the horn relay and making the horn blow because the context are closing up the relay. Okay and the way. The horn works is that the the actual electricity actual electric current that makes the horn diaphragm. Vibrate does not go through the steering column because that's too much current for that little tiny switch. The horn actually takes a fair amount of current. It's i mean the way a horn blows use you vibrate a little membrane and that's what makes it and so it takes a fair amount of current to do that and whenever there are things that require current instead of the current coming up to the dashboard ought to the horn. Current goes through a relay which is like another switch to switch. Is you have the switch. You press on inside the car. The horn button and that closes the bigger switch. Which is the relay so all the heavy current travels to the relay and eventually that's which will will fail that relay but it's easier to replace them the one that's in the steering wheel and that's why it's done that way now if the if the relay has feel it's simply matter of plugging in a new one and this. This is hard to get to or no. It's it's up onto the dash. Someplace i think i don't know exactly where it is. Okay if you really wanna find it. What you do is a good trick for anyone. That has a horn really that. They can't find his unplugged. The horn and the reason unplugged. The horn will be. Obviously i mean and you press the horn okay. Choke is choking do the heimlich maneuver. On this point you'll hear the really quickly quickly. Honestly as you. On the reason bush's unplug the horn. Is that if you don't do that. All you hear is quickly. Won't hear the click. Click right so do that. You'll find the relay. Go to the park store by relay and of course bio horn now new new horn. Plug the new relay in and with any luck. It'll be solved however if it isn't solve that you'll know that that wasn't it all you'll spent this ten bucks that's a lot easier than tracing wiring for short circuit and may not exist and they. They should have done that before they even suggested to you that it was eight hours. A lot of garages make the mistake of when you come in with the problem that they can't reproduce they don't look for something what they tell you is well. It could be this this or this. We have to wait till it does it. Well if they don't do anything that day you bring it in especially if something cheap to do they'll be no closer to figuring it out and then before you brought in so if a ten dollar related solve the problem wanna try that yeah right and then if it doesn't solve it you at least know that that didn't fix it and you can look for something else whereas if know you have to. Do you have to park this thing in the in the driveway. Clocking three o'clock in the morning when the horns starts blowing. He'll figure it out right away. Okay all right and that'll that'll get fixed short order you'll fix it. Then in his jammies stole leave the hammer in the backseat. Thanks for your call. Her high by even people from bloomington. Indiana get angry and frustrated. I thought they were all easy going midwest. Well he no. No he was at agra he i'm sure he was. He's a very measured blow. That did this morning. I don't think it was done out of great frustration. Because erin didn't have choice that indicated he could ever get very angry. Easy goals did it because that was the only way he knew to sever the tie so to speak and he did it. He didn't alot europcar. Talk hello hello. Who's there peterson from seattle. What what are the chances of this week years ago. We had a young lady with the same name. I think she was from sioux biggest pain in the neck. Caller that we've ever had in our entire career on the radio. She was like at the time. Fourteen years old something like that and all she did was castigate us for being stupid. lau renee in inane. Sophomoric remember her. Yeah i'll bet. How old are you. Melissa peterson nineteen nineteen. Those about five minutes ago. Is it really you know is there really is little now. You're you're you're actual woman now. You're probably a college student where you go to school. I'm going to the university of washington. Okay we'll write them a letter and tell them about you. Thank god i don't tell me one thing. Do you still hate us as much as you used to My feelings for you have kind of matured. A bit. But i haven't improved. But they mature dog dog still original letter stated that your dog hated us even more so that was the. Ps and my dog hates into the same. So what prompted you to call us. Well actually i have a question for you. No kidding really zo. You wanna just use us and toss us aside. Well we admire your door. You are honest. I will say that for you. You were kind of cute actually as a fourteen old. I fall myself hating you less after we met because melissa we didn't we actually pay for her airplane ticket and she came here to uk more. Guess you're alive guest in our show. She you made a comment about every single question. We said mostly negative. I believe all negative. Yeah we had the good grace. Take you out to dinner afterwards. You tried to get me to eat komori. Yeah yeah. We're hoping to make you sick for the plane ride home. And then i remember. Yeah that you broke my pipe. I did not. You did to stolen stolen yes. I had a corncob pipe that you spend a lot of money. I spend a dollar ninety nine. Fourteen and melissa stole my pipe. You still have it. No okay melissa. I on it that you called us while. Wait and see what she wants. What do you want. I got a motorscooter about two weeks ago. What kind i got an a suzuki dealership. Also you bought it brand new motor scooter and my dad. He like road bikes and he was a kid. And he thinks it's the coolest thing ever and he's like. Yeah you're gonna have so much missing. My mom worked in the er for awhile and motorcycle accident. And i'm going to kill myself. And i'm just wondering how dangerous they really are. She's right well you know this is. This is a tough. This is a tough one. If if i if i loved you which maybe your mother does but probably nobody in the world does. Hey mean rotten. Little kid what are you want. Look here's the deal. Your mother is absolutely right. Man these things. There's so much fun i understand. I had one once. They are really a lot of fun but they really are dangerous. And your mother is absolutely right. You have you driven a car for long. How long four years. How many accidents have you had an time. How many of you caused very safe driving us. This thing on the streets of seattle. Isn't that fast enough for the freeway. But you'll be riding the same streets that are used by trucks and buses. Yes yeah gee whiz i have to you but you bought it already. Yeah your mother allowed you to buy it. Yeah well it's an inch and now she's telling you that you shouldn't drive it because it's too dangerous. He's not telling me not to drive it but she's doing like the mom not saying anything but you know what he's thinking. Oh that one yeah man. I would hate to see anything happen to you melissa. Cou could hate us as much as you do and be so honest about it. Oh no we actually get more male than we need in that area. Yeah we should do. I would say enjoy the motorcycle. No mother is really right. They are terribly dangerous. Only because you have absolutely no protection and even if you think your good driver it doesn't really matter that you are a good driver because no one else is in there especially dangerous in inclement weather. She got a lot of in that neck of the woods. Don't do it. i really don't do it. You can mail it to me. they'll fedex will deliver it. Yeah my brother's you'll give tour bucks for it. If i was your daughter i wouldn't have one. Oh absolutely not abs- if you and my daughter and i have a nineteen year old daughter minus five years. Then she's about the age you were when you first told us how much you hated us. And interestingly anna hates tommy also just as much as you did more maybe more now right here refers to me as a crazy old man and that's sort of what you said to us. Five years ago don't drive it really okay. All right and melissa. I can't tell you how what a pleasure it is to hear from you. Because no high by she sounds like a perfectly nice young lady. Yeah don't let that fool. You're nineteen years old. Yeah pretty good little tour. Hey tommy according to our latest contract. It's time for us to take another little break. He that's good. That's a nice little benefit. You negotiated for us another break. I like him sort of benefit for us. It was demanded by the listeners. Stay tuned we'll be back in just a moment when you take the wheel for the first time you'll experienced fun of going places and doing things and you'll discover a whole new world of being on the move again inside by and you got. That is better pay. You can be wrong. And even though npr interns tweaked their resumes and move npr just below babysitting experienced. Whenever they hear us say it. 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The puzzles vacation sure we will see the sweat over a microphone. Why don't you but if you're one of those people whom a week just isn't complete without a car. talk puzzle. His what are you got a dope. I seek professional professional. Help or go to car. Talk dot com. We will find this week's classic puzzle from the car talk archives to call us the numbers one eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight eight eight two seven seven eight to five five five five lawyer encarta. Who's this this is suzie. Blaylock from muscle shoals alabama. Suzy muscle shoals ah-ha visit suzy with a zee. It's the i s. uci that's it. Yeah well all who's e and you'll not from california. Now i'm from i'm from the south name is s. u. z. I e from california and your parents are not from california issues the liberal alone oriole just check in when i when i want to cross an anomaly. I think it's an opportunity to find out something to learn always trying to learn. You are a niche. So suzie get pasta Well i have a nineteen ninety. Nine eleven porsche. A a c. four career for. Yeah and i don't have a problem with it. It runs fabulous. Because you had a problem. We wouldn't have the slightest idea where the engine is in that back somewhere. It's somewhere they have one under the seat on. So what can we help you with. Well the problem is i'm a. I'm a doctor in a small town and this car has really given me a lot to talk about with the other men doctors. We didn't have a lot in common. And so it's a real good ice breaker but the trouble is. They never asked me anything. I know about the car and so i'm kind of like short on the conversation and have the car and they say on have a turbo user. Asked me the gas mileage. Read about so you want some something to talk about. You called us Philipson tell us about the front wheel drive real trust four which for what size here. We'll all right well i. This is an interesting the problem. Yeah i mean. Did you buy the car specifically so you could have this link. No no no. I drove i because it runs fast and dr fabulous and you just feel really good when you're in it. Yeah all right. Well let's see. I'm trying to think about how to help you Have you read the owner's manual. Well yeah but you know other than going to like all those car magazines. And that's flash card unfortunate you need to start subscribing to road and track a car and driver or one of those magazines. They don't make any sense to me. They were if you if you figured out. All that hip phone connected to the figure is that it. Can i do the whole connected to the brain bone figured all that stuff out. You must have figured out most of it right. It's all mechanical stuff and this is mechanical stuff. You can figure it out and you can also join the porsche car club of america. That's an abbreviation just hoping maybe there'd be some like. He was an example of question that they would ask you. How many horsepower isn't how fast it will get to sixteen how fast it'll stop. This is all stuff that pew memorization. Yeah you what you need. Is the reprint from the test. That was done in carin driver an in or road and track when this car i came out gives you all of that stuff. See these and then you can lie about. In addition if the if the thing says it's zero to sixty six point two seconds you told me it five. Yeah you can elaborate on all these numbers. So i should just like all that stuff goes whether i know what it means. Oh don't forget they won't have any idea either because they know less about all of this. You will floor them if they say. How's the case. I think i got a little missing number five. They'll be done for. They won't have the faintest idea what the talking about and they will be so impressed. Wow that's susie. Does she know her. Not only does she know the entire human body connected to the diebold but she knows about turbos and misses a number five. All man yeah. Okay and i would just throw in little stuff that you know is going to be so far beyond the tell them you thinking of having a turbo installed blow them away and ask them on. Do you think. I can add a turbo to this. They won't have any idea and tell them you know. Many things like bore and stroke all powerful stuff. Because don't forget all the guys that you hit talking about stuff like this. They don't know anything about what they're talking about either. All it takes is one however to exposure. Remember that sure. That's okay. Be careful to the the the likelihood. How long has it taken us. So we exposed yet. No well just the waste of good luck. Susie rights one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. You're on car talk guys. Hi who's this. This is andy. I'm calling from pittsburgh pennsylvania. Hi heard of it. What's going on. I have a ninety one. Infiniti q forty five a and The as being my problem the active suspension. Oh you're not gonna like this. Whatever it is. You're not gonna welcome problem. It normally works fine but in the last three weeks or so. What's been happening is you'd be going down. The high actually trying to carry on in the car raise up off the ground about an inch or the tires actually stay on the ground with a car racing otherwise it would be really cool. Let's give it a seven. You'd be there in no time. And that's the way it's supposed to drive northbound in which normally does every once in a while The light will come on. You feel cow. Dropped it back down to the parking position and So then i'll pull over to the side of the road. Shut it off for a minute or so started back up and you'll feel the car raise up again and i'll be on my way. Yeah yeah well. I i will say one thing that we have never worked on one of these. We've never even seen one. No the a. We have driven one but we will give you a definitive answer. Well that's good. We have no idea works. We don't know what it is. It's a hydraulic system. If that is a hydraulics obviously has pump. And and it's able to change the suspension height depending on the load that you have in the car and i believe you can also change it with buttons that you have on the on the dash to control what kind of a ride you get. Put it on sport or whatever two settings there's low and then there's like gravel road which raises the car even high. Yeah you didn't buy this car new. No no i bought a used and you didn't recognize this was broken. No it didn't happen for probably five thousand miles or so. Oh really yeah i i. It works fine for five thousand miles and it's really it doesn't happen often and and when it doesn't work wh what do you notice insofar as your ability to drive it. It's just you feel a bump a lot hotter than you would otherwise feel the bumps hard well first of all. I don't think anyone's going to fix it except dealer right why i'm suspicious. Kinda guy the fact that it worked for a few thousand miles just to me someone jury rigged that some things got a leak in it someone and subject they just filled up the hydraulic oil. You know and the thing is leaking out and they put enough in there so they knew that they could relocate before you. This is the reason this guy sold the car in the he took it in to the dealer and the dealer told them as we did. When you first called. you're not gonna like. Does he estimate was so bad that the was passed out. Well then he actually. The sixty thousand mile service had just been done in the actor suspension hydraulic fluid had been topped off. And all the time. And i'm not losing anything. I have no leakage. Smile really Where i parked the car. Then it's probably the pump. Look i said we've never worked on. We don't let these in the garage effect on the appointment sheet. I get three or four guys. Who put in for the vacation. They don't wanna work in them. So you're going to have to take it to the dealer and bite the bullet and if you'd like to get something simple but i wouldn't expect it to be. I was thinking maybe like a relay or something and it's no no. I think it could be sure. It's not a it's with. I'm going with the relay hydraulic fluid. Andy relay really a really cheap yet. Twenty nine bucks and you're going to be back in business if you can find it. Good luck gross. Know what it is because we we like to learn. You know sure you later. I'd be glad to have you back all right and the bye bye bye hot. See this is one of those features that when you see it you say. Do i really need this. And if you had the choice of buying it would you actually pay extra money for this. Well it'll give you yes you do get a choice choice because you buy the as opposed to buying the q. Forty five and so it sounds like a great idea and then it breaks all your plan and then you realize i never needed it in the first place. I don't know what the hell does. And if i never had it i would never miss it but now it's gonna cost me three thousand bucks to fix off. He's looking at three. Yeah either gonna cost thirty nine bucks or three thousand one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five low. You're on car talk. Hi this is melissa from philadelphia. Oh not another one. we've already had one. Melissa was a previous caller real pain in tried to get rid of the last time. We couldn't so i. If you notice that the edge in our responses to you it's only because was still suffering from the mo the first melissa encounter and it has nothing personally to do with you okay yet well. Here's the situation. Yeah i have eight want. I'm sorry. I haven't nineteen ninety five hyundai accent. It's an automatic. Think and my mother had drives a ninety four subaru something or another. I religiously use my overdrive button. Lana forty miles. An hour. She upon learning that she even had this it it it didn't. It didn't sufficiently motivator to use it so my question is what what benefit my giving my car. That she's not or conversely. What damage is she doing by by. Not using her at all that. i'm not doing. What makes you think that the damage at benefit matrix should be your favorite well. She i don't think she suggested. I think just i did suggest that all you do. I mean i can. I can seriously feel when i if. I don't turn the button when i break my car bucks a little bit so it's important to me to to use it and i can feel You know that. There's pressure in. When i when i don't use it correctly i can feel the car changing while you're crazy. We should explain to the we should explain to our other listener. That what melissa is doing is disengaging. And engaging the overdrive and thus either making the car driving in three years only or allowing it to shift into the fourth gear relief. This thing is a four speed automatic transmission. Lucky it has that so so when you're driving around at at a speed where it would ordinarily be can't decide between whether it wants to be in third or fourth year you force it to stay in third gear not go any higher. If you don't engage engage it right right when you do engage you overdrive button and you go at the right speed. Whatever it is for this karbi thirty miles an hour thirty four miles an hour. It'll shift the third and up to fourth and then if you're slow down a mile an hour shift back to third and you think that that's bad for the car and mom doesn't do this and she hasn't even noticed that her car does up shifting downshift maybe because she drives a car that shifts a lot better than yours okay but if you think that it's doing good for your car then you should continue to do. I'm going to continue to do. I know you are because you sound like a very stubborn individuality. I'd like to tell you know i know. I know what you're mother already talked to a few minutes ago. The overdrive the only purpose of the overdrive is to get you into a year. Exactly but in your case in your case it's only four okay and that and why do you want to do that. Because you use less fuel and that's the only thing it does okay because when you get into the highest speeds it doesn't take as much energy to keep you moving so it's really about fuel efficiency so it's only about fuel efficiency so you're observation. That does something when you're slowing down below twenty miles. An hour is complete nonsense bullets. It makes no sense but if it makes you feel better and what you've done then you go right ahead and keep thinking it thank you. I needed tom. Ray validation i love you pleasure to talk to you. Thanks a lot. I liked melissa and i would have coffee with her if she was buying. Well it's happened again. You've evaporated our listening to car. 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The Burning Bed

Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

37:48 min | 2 months ago

The Burning Bed

"Welcome back to cherry avenue true crime podcast just a quick reminder that new episodes come out on the fifteenth and thirtieth of each month with many episodes and the occasional bonus episode in between so be sure to subscribe. So you don't miss anything. The movie for this episode is the burning bed. It's a nineteen eighty-four movie. That i found on to be and i m d be free with ads streaming services. It stars farah fawcett paula. Matt and richard hauser. This was the case that became central to the battered women's movement. It turned the national attention to cases. Like francine's where women were brutalized by their husbands and to help women like her through a system of life-saving shelters and laying the foundation for a modern awareness of domestic violence. The movie starts with voiceover and an image of three kids waiting in a car. Two of them sleeping. The voice says it's like i was watching myself. I told the kids to get in the car. I told them to wait. It was march. Ninth nineteen seventy seven in danville michigan. The mom comes out of the house gets in the car and the sleeping kids wake as she starts the car. The upstairs window of the house explodes in flames. She drives away. Firefighters arrived at the scene. Neighbors come out some appear to be family as they are trying to get in the house. An older couple comes out and tells the firefighters that they think they're boy is in their their son. Then it cuts to a scene with the mom. Francine hughes played by farah fawcett in jail getting cleaned up and give a new clothes as well as betting for herself. A court appointed attorney is introducing himself to her. He tells her he has been told that she has confessed to committing murder and he needs to tell him if that is correct. Instead she tells the attorney that she dreamt about her husband last night that he was there in jail with her he had the keys and he came to her and told her he was sorry. And everything would be all right. She tells the attorney that she loved him she did. The film now goes back to the summer of nineteen sixty three. There is a party with dancing in the backyard. Of someone's house. Francine is there and she asks her friend if she knows who the cute guy is. Her friend tells her does mickey hughes. Soon mickey is chatting francine up and they ended up dancing together. We see a sweet montage of them dating teenagers in love however mickey becomes increasingly more persistent about them. Sleeping together and francine tells him she won't until they are married. He says let's get married. She says no. I'm too young. it's it's too soon but he starts to pressure her into marrying him. The pressure becomes too much and she calls it off for a while. She tells her friend she wants to finish school. And maybe get a job and get out of here referring to the small town. They live in her friend tells her that it sounds like true. Love her eventually. She does get back together with mickey and even gives into sacks and then to marriage they get married and move into mickey's parents house. Mickey talks about them getting their own place once. He has a steady job. They are still living there a year. Later and mickey hasn't been able to keep a job long enough to make enough money for them to move out one day after being out looking for work. He comes home in a foul mood. Francine doesn't notice at first and she asks him what he thinks of her new outfit. She got it at kmart for one dollar. She tells him he tells her to take it off and get him a beer. She tells them to go get it himself. He gets angry and follows her to the back bedroom. He tells her she is making a fool out of him saying in front of his family. He grabs for her and tears. Her clothes in the scuffle. She tells him he is crazy. He is still yelling and says you know how to behave. He then gets apologetic and tells her that he is sorry. She just looked so good too sexy in that outfit. She explains that. She looked good before they got married. So why should that be different now. He tells her he knows that but he doesn't want all those guys looking at her. We go back to. The present day in francine is in prison talking to her lawyer. He is pleading with her to help him defend her. She has been denied. Bail turned down a plea bargain and he doesn't know how to plead her case. He needs her to talk to him about what happened. He shows her a letter from a woman who said her husband had been beating her for years. This woman read about what francine dead and what was happening to her and this made her realize she had to leave her husband. He tells francine she's not alone. The movie goes back to the summer of nineteen sixty. Four mickey has been working. And he bought. Francine nice scarf. Francine is thrilled with the gift and immediately wears it. They have a visitor at his parents house. While everyone is complementing. The scarf he has complementing francine and tells mickey is a fine woman indeed and he is a lucky man. It was after this visit. That mickey i hit francine. These started arguing about the attention. That the man was paying francine but francine denied that she had any interest in him make told her she was lying and he saw francine looking at the man. Then mickey slaps her she leaves that. Night vern mickey's dad. Takes her to her mom's house but the next morning her mom tells her that if she made a hard bed she has to lay on it. She tells her that women have to put up with men. And that men mostly don't mean it. Mickey is jealous. But that's natural. She says then she says if there are kids involved she really has to go. Back to him and francine admits she has been feeling sick in the morning. Sure enough she is pregnant. They have a little girl named christie and when she is six months old they move into their own modest home a little mobile home type with a cute little yard. Both mickey and francine are very happy. Then there is a gathering for a barbecue at their new home. It's all going. Well music playing francine telling her friend how much she loves being a mother. And mickey saying someone wants five hamburgers then making notices a cut on francine's hand and asks her where she got it and when she tells him yesterday in town. Mickey is upset. Francine tells him she just took their daughter into town because they get lonely out there in the country. Mickey slaps her in front of alder guests as she is fleeing the room. He tells her. I told you not to go into town without me. Francine's friend follows her into the other room and asks her how she can put up with us. Francine tells her that it's been hard on mickie's since he lost his job. They are a family now. She has to make it work. Tell her that. Mickey will be in soon to apologize. And he does and francine forgives him. We move on a few years and they now have two little kids. There is a happy scene during the daytime with mickey on the floor. Playing with the kids and francine is smiling horribly. There is a sad scene later as night falls in from outside the house. We can hear mickey and francine fighting. We see inside the aftermath as mickey sits in a chair drinking a beer there is a lamp knocked down. And other debris from the fight. Mickey is asking francine to come into the room and talk to him. She says now he tells her he wants to say he is sorry. She comes in the room and mickey winces looking at her face. It is all battered and swollen. On one side. We see francine the next day trying to sign up for welfare but the clerk tells her that the head of household is the one that needs to sign up. She tells them her kids are hungry. He tells her that if she was separated from her husband he could sign her up and give her a food order right away. She says her husband told her that he would kill her if she left him. The clerk is saddened when one of the kids takes offer sunglasses and he sees her black. I the court would protect you. He assures her she takes the papers from him but when he tells her that she just needs to pay seven dollars when she files the forms she shakes her head. Do you think. I would be here if i had seven dollars. He looks at her. I again and bless this man. He gets her seven dollars from his own wallet and gives it to her. She goes on that night as usual. But as soon as mickey is not there she hurriedly packs and has her friend pick her and the kids up. It's winter of nineteen. Seventy now and francine has given birth to their third child. Make parents come to see her in the hospital. Make his mom asks francine when they are going to get back together. Francine tells her they are divorced. Mom tells her that they have three kids together and the kids need their dad. Francine tells her mother-in-law that divorced mickey four. The kids make us mom tells. Her mickey is all straightened out. He's working. He has stayed away because that's what she wanted but he needs to see his kids she. Lets mickey come over to the house to see the baby when he does. He tries to get back together with her. She stands firm and says they are divorced and she doesn't want to go back to that. He leaves an hof squealing tires as he drives away. Then mickey is in a bad car. Accident and francine rushes to the hospital with the two older kids. She is met by mckee's parents and brother who tell her it's bad and that mickey keeps asking for her. The surgeons told them he might not make it and especial surgeon from chicago was flown in the. When mickey was finally able to recognize francine he started crying. She took his hand and started crying to the house. Next door to make his parents becomes available and francine moves into his. Oh she can help with mickey when he gets out of the hospital. She stands fast telling her friend that they will remain divorced but she feels that this is what she needs to do. What would her kids think if she just left her dad when he was like. This mickey comes home in a wheelchair at first and needs some extra care but after a month of rest. Mickey is not doing enough to try to walk. Were do things that the doctor said he should be doing. Francine finally puts her foot down on running over there. Every time he calls telling him and his mother that he needs to try. Mickey is walking soon enough after that and he starts to go over to francine's house way too often and fact he is over there more often than he is not he tells her. It is time that he moves back in with her when he is done with the crutches he makes a move on her but she resists he tells her you are mine and a thousand divorces can't change that when she refuses to have sex. He asks her if he is not man enough for her anymore then. He grabs her pulls her hair and the kids and go running for the grandparents. Next door they rush. Over and francine is able to escape. She hides in a closet in mickey's parents house where a police officer finds her he tells her they have mickey calm down now and he says he will not bother her anymore. Francine is sleeping. When mickey comes in the middle of the night. He says he is a little drunk. He tells her he is humbling himself here saying he is sorry but he won't do that again. He won't do that. No more francine says to him. Don't ever hit me in front of my kids again or in front of no one. Mickey is angry. Your kids. I'll take the kids and go francine continues. You're not going nowhere. Mickey says wherever you went i would find you and you know what would happen. Those kids wouldn't have a mother anymore. He asks her if she understands and she says yes. We go back to present day in jail. Francine's defense attorney is telling her that he hasn't found a single precedent that would support a plea of self defense he recommends she plead not guilty. By reason of temporary insanity we are in the spring of nineteen. Seventy six now. Francine is telling us that the next couple of years. We're just about the best. They'd had mickey had calmed down a little and had even let her apply to college. The kids getting older had made everything easier. We see mickey's daughter's helping him fix the car handing him tools. The mail comes and francine finds out that she got a grant to go to business. School maki is not very happy about it. She tells that she can just go in the mornings and be backed by the time. The kids get out of school. She can still take care of the kids in the house. She starts school. But as it goes on mickey complains more and more about it. She tells us in a voice over that one night he started in on her and the kids so she packed the kids in the car. But it wouldn't start. She kept trying and trying to get it to start. And then mickey came out with the missing part from the engine in his hand. Every time she tried to run away he would catcher and things would get worse. We see scene from one of those times with the kids comforting. Each other while mickey's hitting his wife in another room. The kids hear the door slam and then the sound of running outside. They look out the window. And see mickey catch francine and then haul off and puncher push her down and then kicker is punching her in the stomach when the police arrive they pull him off of her later. When it is just mickey's parents and brother francine tells them you have to help us your family. The mom says she's right is not make use fault nor francine's neither he's not right and hasn't been right since that accident. Francine says he has to be sent somewhere where he will get help make. His dad's says no son of mine is going to a mental ward. The brother throws in his two sons saying he thinks everyone is being hard. On mickey meanwhile francine is standing there with an ice pack on her head and her face. Swelling up mickey's dad berlin. Storms out of the house and does not come back for three weeks. They never discuss. Committing mickey francine went to talk to the police and they told her that. Since mickey was on probation he would be picked up by them and be serving time for violating it. The officer told her he violated probation by assaulting a police officer. When they came to the house he would be automatically picked up because of that but he couldn't tell her when she asked if she could fill out a complaint for attempted murder on her but he told her that he would have to let probation handle at for now but she could come back if there were any further trouble. She was finally desperate enough to turn a better mom's house with the kids. She had nowhere else to go. And she couldn't fathom going back to mickey but sure enough mckee showed up at her mom's house as she was putting the kids to bed. He started banging on the door shouting. Let me in. my kids. Transition called the police and asked them to. Please send somebody. She screamed at mickey through the window to leave and that the police were on their way. Francine's mother asked. Francine to give mickey the kids and tells her that mickey would not hurt the kids. When francine doesn't answer her mom then goes to the door and opens it for. Mickey mickey takes the kids with him. The next day francine tries to find out how she can get her kids back but none of the places she goes to can help her without one. Sunday mickey and his parents bring the kids by to see. Francine maki talks with francine tells her that he quit drinking and started going to church. He tells her that all the things he has done to her was because of drinking and that he will never take another drink. It'll never happen again. He says he says if he does take another drink she can leave. She tells him that she is glad he is doing these things but she made up her mind and she is not coming back to him tells her the kids miss her and they need a mother and father both. She tells him that as soon as she gets a job and get settled. She is going to come get her kids. He tells her he won't give them back and she says she'll get a lawyer if she has to mickey's mom says it's a crying shame. She won't come back because mickie is doing. His best. mickey tries one more time and says please. Fran i love you. It'll be different this time. We go back to present day in prison. Francine is getting dressed to go to court for her trial. The prosecution says you will hear the testimony of christie hughes and her brother james hughes they will tell you that they observed the fight. They will also tell you that the fight ended. The james berlin hughes went to bed in the bedroom and that somewhere between a half hour to two hours after he went to bed francine hughes told them to put on their coats that as they were going to the car they both saw a gas can sitting on the back porch which they had not seen earlier that day. Shortly after this francine came out of the house got into the car and started to drive away after all. The evidence has been presented to you. We will ask that you find the defendant guilty as charged guilty of pre meditated murder. The defense starts with. Now i'm going to ask you to put yourself in the place of francine hughes. And when she tells you about what she experienced about the inhuman situation she found herself in. Try your hardest. Put yourself in her place. See all the circumstances from her point of view. Francine hughes is not a cold blooded killer. When you hear the history of francine hughes when you hear her human situation you will enter a verdict of not guilty at the conclusion of this case. The defense is cross examining a police officer who was at the scene of a beating. He says to the officer in your testimony. You testified mckee hughes had made repeated threats to kill francine and said specifically that. It was all for her. My question to you officer is why. Didn't you take him away. The officer said that mickey had said the same thing to him that he was going to kill the police officer and he didn't try and do that. They were just words. The attorney points out that he had a uniform and gun. Francine was a woman without any defense weapons. Now the prosecution is questioning mrs hughes. Mickey's mom he asks her. Which son was francine. Married to my son james but we called him mickey and breaks down crying. He asks her around the time of march. Ninth nineteen seventy seven. How would she say that mckeon. Francine were getting along. She said she thought everything was just as good as as everybody else. She said she knew they had a few problems just like anybody when he asks her if she ever saw mickey hit francine she said she didn't not ever she said never had she ever seen any of her sons strike one of their wives. The defense attorney on cross examination asks mrs us. Do you recall your grandchildren telling you that. Their father was beating up on their mother. She said the children came over a couple of times and said their mommy and daddy were fighting. I see they didn't say my daddy is beating up on my mommy. She then said. I suppose they have said that. On august twelfth of nineteen seventy two. Do you recall a time when the police had to come to your house because your son head repeatedly hit you in the face mrs hughes replied. I most certainly do not. I don't know where you're getting information from. He asks her if she recalls that. The police had to come to her house. Because francine was hiding from mickey after he had been beating on her. She denies this. He asks her if she recalls telling the police. Her son had hit her repeatedly. She denies this. He asks her if she recalls her son coming to her house and breaking down the door to get to francine she denies this christie is on the stand. Next and the defense attorney. Ask sir what her father was saying to her mother that evening she tells him that he called her a whore and she stops herself. The lawyer says tell me. I'm sorry you have to say this christie. But tell us what he said. She says he called her a bitch and a whore. Now kristie is this the first time that you remember your father beat up on your mother christie said now was it the second time was it the third time now. How about the fourth or fifth time know. How many times did your father beat up on your mother. Christie says it was too many to count he. Then ask sir. do you remember your father. Grabbing her mother by the arms bending them up behind her back. Do you remember showing that to the police. She says yes kristie. Do you remember telling the police that your father hit her in the face and in the head she says yes. The lawyer makes a fist and asks her like this. She says she doesn't know. And that usually is with the back of the hand or his fist or the front of his hand. The attorney says just any old way right. She says right. He asks her if her mother ever tried to get away with her and the other children. She tells him that she tried many times. Usually to her other grammas. She said that her dad would come and threatened to break down the door and would break things he then ask sir. What did he say he would do if she tried to leave. Christie said he would kill her. He asked her. How many times did he tell her that. Christie said two or three his last question to her was. How do you feel about your father being gone when christie looks sad. She asks her. do you miss him. She said now. Then defense calls francine hughes the attorney says. Why didn't you leave. She says at first. I didn't because feeling about him the way i did. You know him being such a young man and not being able to work. And i thought what more could i take away from him. Could i take the kids and leave. And i have i did he would find me. March ninth nineteen seventy. Seven wasn't the first time he threatened to kill you. Did you believe those threats when he first started making them. I didn't but and she hesitates here in tears up started chasing me and trying to run me off the road and things like that. I believe him and in the last year. I had come to believe that sooner or later would she went on to say how very afraid she was. It was like he just wanted to possessor. The lawyer asks her to share a story she had told him that was in context of how her kids were most important in the world to her. She told a story about when the kids got a puppy. They named lady. It was really cold. But mickey wouldn't let the dog inside. Some neighbors gave him an old dog house and they fixed it up and put straw in it to keep her warm around a year old. She was going to have puppies when it came time. The dog was acting sick in the puppies wouldn't come out. They asked mickey if they could go to the veterinarian but he wouldn't let them the kids were crying and then some of the puppies came out dead. The kids beg to let us bring her inside because it was cold but he wouldn't so they tried to sneak her in through the back porch he found out and he put her out. She was bleeding. The attorney asked her what happened to the dog. Francine said when she went out later she was dead. The attorney said so. The dog froze to death. After giving birth to those puppies. francine said yes. The defense attorney gets closer to her and says are going to march ninth. Nineteen seventy seven. How did the day start five thirty. Am she got up and went to school. It was a good day there and she was a little tired when she got home. Maki was outside telling her that. She was late when she got home. She told him it was only five minutes later than usual because she had to give a girl ride home. He got angry that there wasn't anything good in the bag of groceries. She brought home. He asked her what was for dinner and she told him she got some tv dinners. He pulled her by the hair and told her he didn't like those and she knew it. He started to throw things around the kitchen and the youngest daughter started to cry. Mickey yelled at the kids to go outside. He started to argue with her about school telling her she wasn't going to go there anymore. He started to rip up her notebooks ripping out pages then. He moved to her school books. Tearing pages from there she scrambled to get them and told him to leave her alone. He slapped her which knocked her back making her hit her head on the wall then he started choking her. She said she had been thinking maybe she should have just told him that she would quit. School get them. Quieted down and then figure out a way to go back. But something inside urges rose up and she couldn't. She went outside and we see her burning. The torn up books and notebooks. When she went back inside he started punching her christie ran next door to her grandparents to call the police her defense attorney ask if he was hitting her when the police showed up no she said when he realized they were coming. He went into the living room and sat down after the police left. She and the kids sat down for dinner. They were trying to be quiet. While eating mickey was still in the living room. He came into the kitchen and to get a beer. He went up to the table. Slapped francine on the side of the head and then motioned for the kids to leave. He flipped the table sending the food. All over the floor. He was hitting her and then grabbing her by the hair and pressing her face to the ground. He told her to clean it up then when he let her backup. He put his fist up to her face and said what about school. What about school. She was crying and said i won't go after she cleaned up the kitchen. She went up to bed. Mickey wanted to have sex. She knew if she refused he would start again. The defense lawyer asked her how it made her feel. She said it made her sick. She hated it worse than she'd ever hated it before and because he was drunk it took a long time after that she got dressed told the kids they could come out. The lawyer astor was going through her mind at this point. She told him it was hard to describe how she felt. She was thinking about everything how much he hurt her her whole life. She thought about school all that work for nothing. Whatever she did make he would not get down and then she thought about her kids that their lives were as terrible as hers. She thought take them away. They would be gone. When mickey woke up she went into the garage and got the gas. Can she started spreading it around the bed. Mickey was in when she got into the car with the kids. The flames exploded through the windows. The kids started to yell and she drove off. The lawyer asked her. You waited until mickey went to sleep. Is that right. Yes and then took the kids out to the car yes. He went and got the gasoline from the garage. Yes you came back into the house and poured the gasoline around the bed and you lit a match and then ran to the car right. Yes okay the kids were in the car. And they were scared and crying and started driving away. Francine what were you doing. Where were you going. I ran for my life. I ran for the life of my kids. Francine did you premeditate and plan the death of your husband. Mickey hughes. No the defense wrath. The movie goes onto the jury deliberating. The jury comes back with not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. And that is where the movie ends. Francine moran hughes was born on august seventeenth. Nineteen forty seven in stockbridge michigan. Her father was a farm worker who was also an abusive alcoholic. Francine left high school at age. Sixteen to marry. James berlin hughes whom everyone called mickey. They had four children. She had been with mickey for more than thirteen years ahead. Upbeat been abused by him for just as long when she snapped and set fire to his bed on march ninth. Nineteen seventy seven danville michigan. Mickey was killed in the fire and the house burned down. Francine was found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity in one of the first cases using battered woman syndrome as a defense although she had moved out after their divorce was finalized in april of nineteen. Seventy-one mickey had moved back in with her sometime after the serious car accident that he had been in the abuse continued and even got worse. As time went on after mickey had recovered he beat her regularly broke furniture and even killed his daughter's kitten. By this point. Francine believe mickey when he said he would kill her if she ever left again however she did obtain her. Ged when she was able to. And in nineteen seventy six enrolled in a secretarial course. On the day of the fire march ninth. Nineteen seventy seven. Francine returned home from school to find mickey drunk and angry. He would not allow her to make food for their four children and told her she needed to quit school which she refused to agree to. Even after mickey forced her to burn her schoolbooks he was livid. She would not agree to quit and began to physically assault her. The police came. Mickey was not arrested. A police officer did testify in the murder. Trial that mickey had warned. It was all over for her because she had called. The police francine tried to make dinner for herself and for the children after the police left. But mickey swept the food onto the floor. He forced francine to clean up the food on the floor by bending her arm behind her back and pushing her into it when it was all cleaned up he dumped the trash back out of the can onto the floor and forced her to clean it again. After this he made francine cook him dinner and then he raped her. She waited until he fell into a drunken slumber before moving. I was thinking about all the things that had happened to me all the time. He hurt me how he had hurt. The kids. francine told people magazine. I stood still for a moment hesitating and a voice urged me on it whispered do it do it do it. Francine told the three children to put on their coats and wait in the car. Her youngest their fourth child was at a friend's house. She then poured gasoline around. Mickey's bed lit a match with her children in the car. Francine drove to the police station where she confessed. Her husband was dead by smoke inhalation. Before firefighters got there a former prosecuting attorney named after gray. Donna's was appointed to represent hughes in her first degree murder trial. It was his innocent. By reason of temporary insanity defense that won her acquittal. The story went on to become both a book and a tv movie called the burning bed. The case became a textbook example of condition. Experts dubbed battered woman syndrome. Francine went on to marry again and became an lpn a licensed practical nurse. She died in luton alabama on march twenty. Second two thousand and seventeen from complications of pneumonia. She was sixty-nine years old. By the time francine hughes died in two thousand and seventeen domestic violence had been recognized as a major national issue. However even today twenty people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in one in four women and one in seven men have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime according to the partnership against domestic violence every nine seconds another woman in the. Us is beaten in the u. k. The refuge dot org uk lists statistics such as one in three women aged. Sixteen to fifty nine will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime to women. A week are killed by a current or former partner in england and wales alone clearly at something that still needs to be worked on if you are experiencing domestic violence call the national domestic violence hotline at one eight hundred seven nine nine seven two three three or chat with a worker on the hotline dot. Org that's the hotline dot org in the uk family help dot org dot u. k. That's family help. Dot org dot. Uk and refuge dot org dot uk. The number they provide zero eight zero eight two thousand two four seven zero eight zero eight two thousand two four seven almost all of these websites that i have found have a safety exit. It's a rather obvious. Button that if you click on it it will shut that website down right away. The main thing that francine's lawyer had to say that diff- that was different about the movie versus real life. Was that francine. Put up much more resistance than was shown. She left many times and mickey chased her down. She made quite a few efforts to extricate herself. It's important to know because there was no assistance for her so she could not leave his other issue with the film. Was that the setting included. Mountains and palm trees not seen in michigan a decade later. Congress passed the violence against women act which established a national domestic violence hotline forced all states and jurisdictions to recognize and enforce victim protection orders and provided funding for domestic violence training for law enforcement officers among other provisions. Stay tuned after the music for the bonus. Movie names off the first bonus. Movie name is unholy matrimony. It's stars patrick. Duffy michael o'keefe and charles during its nineteen eighty-eight made for tv movie. I found that one on you to the it is a drama based on the true story of a police detectives relentless investigation into an insurance fraud involving a woman's murder. He's soon convinced. He's hot on the trail of those responsible. A doctor and minister but his attempts to prove his suspicions looks set to be foiled and the other one is down payment on murder. It's a nineteen eighty seven movie starring. Connie celica and ben kozara downpayment on murder is a fact based tv movies. Connie silica is a battered woman. For ten years she has been the punching bag of real estate. Agent husband played with brilliant repugnance by ben kozara when connie moves out. Kozara is convinced. That is because of another man. His twisted ego suffers a further blow when she is given custody of the children and police protection with the help of a security guard with mob connections. Kozara hires a hitman. Gw bailey to kill his estranged wife. Thank you for listening. Hope you're staying cool and having a great summer as always be safe. The sources for today's show can be found in my show notes and are as follows. An article called four hundred and twenty years after burning bed. Domestic violence issue still smolders mic album. The hotline dot org domestic violence support francine hughes killed her abusive husband and changed. Us views on domestic violence history dot com james berlin mickey hughes nineteen forty-five to nineteen seventy seven. Find a grave memorial the burning bed a turning point in fight against domestic violence lansing state. Journal dot com francine wilson domestic abuse victim and subject of tv film. The burning bed dies at sixty. Nine chicago tribune. Francine hughes kapadia francine hughes wilson sixty nine domestic domestic violence victim. Who took action dies. The new york times dot com the burning bed wikipedia burning bed murder case. Defense attorney looks back w. k. a. r. francine hughes wilson who inspired the burning bed dies at sixty nine lansing state journal dot com. The mother of a man killed in an incident. Upi archives francine hughes wilson whose burning bed t became a tv film dies at sixty nine. The washington post francine who's killed. Her abusive husband changed. Us views on domestic violence history statistics. Ncaa d. dot org the facts refuge charity domestic violence help.

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37. Jeff Goldblum (Re-Release)

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

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37. Jeff Goldblum (Re-Release)

"Hi My name is Jeff. Goldblum and I feel blank about being Conan O'Brien's friend well. I feel that may be a truthful and I feel well to the extent that we're friends and I feel we have a deep connection but I wish we'd spend more time together. I'm available for your friendship. However time consuming or any aspect of it we've been friends in the sense that we have in the way that we have on these shows and seeing each other here and there you've of course I've enrolled you in finagled you into being part of that show that move a little movie we that I did and you were so sweet to do that and then what else oh we did we did. We were there at the at some voice over. Doing it was one of your things yes. Yes yes so and then then I think we did. I have date with your just ran into you at the Soho House that was lovely and I've always said let's send we've exchanged. I information but we've never availed ourselves out. I've always said yes. Let's come over to my house and let's do many things do all all manner of things so I I. I love being your friend. However it does or doesn't pan out but I tell you again I'm available for the deepest closest and most time time consuming kind of Friendship Jeff. Everyone else's answered with one word. Go back to school. Issues can lose young. Hey you're listening to Conan. O'Brien needs a friend and podcast that I have invented for the sole purpose of forcing people to be friends with me and so so far it's working. That's what I like about it and also I thoroughly enjoyed talking to everyone that I've had a chance to interview so far but I will say this. I believe deep down in my heart that the podcast was probably invented so that I could talk with Mr Jeff Goldblum in an intimate forum he he is of all the people. I've interviewed in twenty five years in television. He has the most unique style way of expressing himself off mannerisms and I've thought I've got to get him into a very small podcast room and just let the sensuality bounce off the walls service here to keep things from getting too out of hand are my minders Matt Corley Matt Hi You you're going to Catholic school and you're a woman who's fifty five year old matron watching me dance and if I get too close to Jeff Goldblum you're GonNa slap me with the ruler. Yeah I may just but I kinda into it though he's that kind of guy you know what I'm talking about. SONAL yes Jeff Goldblum. You've got to admit he's up. He's a delight at delight. Yes I'm in well. No no this is I am on on board. This is my date so anyway. What you guys are just here to watch for a little bit and then we'll take a break and Jeff Gordon. WHA will go get some top US think. This is a date I in my mind I do my wife understands or she will when I tell her and Gentlemen Jeff Goblin. They didn't tell me that was the thing. Let me say no. No that's that's good. That's good what you did Jeff Jeff Jeff that is so you extent just went on a jazz riff. It was lovely lovely. I don't believe that you are available for any amount of time. You have two young children. Yes so when you say I I don't care how time consuming well at some point I might say Conan your visit. You Know How many times you've called me today and no I. I wish I could have just bring the kids to bed. I don't imagine that'll happen though but in between that and now feel free free to call on me for any old thing if you'd said yesterday I watched the Super Bowl yesterday Kinda by myself. Oh is that true. All the kids were there and my wife and then a couple of her friends came but that was about it was like being with your family. That's not by yourself well. That's true that's true and a couple of other people but it wasn't like a so almost a party but not a party or you would have have been would have served you any any kind of chips. You wanted to come over and like to hurt your play-by-play dreary. Fairly the kids lost interest early on we're running around like maniacs and then just GonNa collapse and the other people. I don't know we're not so interested in it. I was watching it and it was a dreary few hours. I'm a Pittsburgh steeler fan and I didn't want the Patriots to win. Sorry sorry tall you've listeners who might feel otherwise anyway and I was just kinda dreary excu weary about the whole thing but if you've been there is my point. Oh boy we'll see this is the thing you and I do have a connection. which is when you come on my show over the years and this is the reason I really wanted to on the podcast? I have a connection with you. It's unlike my connection with anyone else. I don't often understand it but you are feline. your you per almost yes exactly and you you come out. We're both very very tall same height exact. I think we are the same high. We see eye-to-eye yes. Oh very good and you come out and we start this mind mind meld and I often often went our interviews over. I don't know what it is. We've said I don't know if he said anything of consequence but but people always say oh my God that was entertaining often. Don't know what happened yes. Do you know what's happening when you come out no just now when I just finished another episode I enjoyed. I'm very much but yeah when I came back I went. She's what did I. What did we talk about. I did CY said that out loud I think I said what did we say you started at one point. It was all uncharted. Yes at one point you started you point my shoes and you just started talking about shoes and then and you kept making those little noises the way you do uh. I called them micro orgasms yeah and then on the show you said something like that and I said not so micro. Oh yeah they're all overwhelmingly for Wilmington powerful. You know they are is your art. You know that's a thing I want to talk about like a skipping stone. Remember the old Andy Griffith though and they'd skip skip those it's like a skip a stone on multiple. Yes ecstasy's to skipping along the surface of the water. Okay you're hearing the description of Jeff Goldblum describing his orgasms multiple orgasms that fragment fragment and skipping hop and one one orgasm exploding into another exactly so hey somebody said. Is this true that you're are Gaz Gaz. is resembles the way you sneeze and I'm one of those multiple seizures speaking of which I'm a serial a to a to a to a shoot shoe. How many sounds frightening for your partner I it really does? It sounds like they don't know what's happening. It would be frightening it would be when is this quake over. You know maybe so aftershocks to catch you by surprise you can't attest to Mac Worley and sonal that he is he is he is writhing jeff as he's talking you can't podcast but he's undulating slowly only from side to side like a Cobra as we as we were talking in voluntarily my start to rotate my crops. I've never seen anyone gyrate vertically yes. Ah Yes they still do. I feel never goes fallow. uh-huh Oh my God I love it because I understand okay. I'm GonNa take take you through my history of Jeff Goldblum when I was a kid and I love television this show came on TV and I've mentioned this to jeff before but this show came on television the vision that was much better than any show I had seen on TV it was called ten speed and Brown shoe and it was starring starring a brand new actor. I'd never seen before Jeff Goldblum and alongside Ben Vereen and it was a great show and you you were fantastic and I was. I don't know how what I was. I sixteen seventeen eighteen eighty. I would have been ZIP is a seven to sixteen seventeen years old when that came out and I was blown away by the show and by this Guy Jeff Gholam. I just thought he's hilarious and sure enough. He starts showing up in movies and then you made the fly and I thought this movie is scary but this it's the guy playing rundle sufferin. Seth Brundle is I believe he's real and I really like him and he's funny and he's but he's he he's frightening the transformation into someone frightening is real and I had a lot of empathy and I thought this is one of the best horror movies I've seen when that movie came out. I thought this is one of the best horror movies they've made in the last twenty years and I thought it was really you I I really believe you know yes crate cast and direction and script but I really thought that was you and I just I love you and things I think an I'm saying that because I have noticed that when you show Aleppo in Thor Ragnarok steal the show you just it's a delight your your your character when you showed up in the in the first Jerus- Jurassic Park new just delightful and over it over and over again. You've managed to get this part of yourself out there on the screen because you are it is a part of you. You are an imp your impish your your impish. You're very somebody for address to when I do the Second Gerizim where we say I read a review and somebody said yes Mr Godwin. This looks like a giant gnome. Mm shouldn't read those things even when they compliment you. It's never see SONA. Do I read things never eats any if someone says an increasing Krypton incredibly nice thing about me. Everyone says we've scanned it thirty five times. It's only Nice superlatives. I'm like okay. Just put that in drawer now read that right remain sensitive sensitive to that's right. Well you get inoculated these days because there's so much opinionated going on and so people must be saying horrible things all the time and so you go. Oh Okay I just I'm not GonNa read below. I'm not gonNA read it. You know comments on the yeah so you can get can avoid you start to learn how to avoid things do you. Although oh a producer I did a play once and I got a switch play. Should I say because I'm going to go on to tell us boy you can still it's still a wound. It's still still an open. CNN Ma- maybe I may reveal at the end of this story see if you can or I'm gonNA break to have a breakdown if I do but the reviews were poor for me poor poor bad bad reviews and then the producer a the theater company famous producer said Okay come on in to cheer me up. I think a day or two after it open and said you know you're for a wonderful actor and this is what I appreciate you about. You and I read something. I heard it was good. I heard we got a good review because they were generally bad for the whole show connection. I heard we got a good review sons my assistant lady bye-bye bring that review in and I'm going to read it to Jeff. Yeah I think he needs something to cheer him up and he started to read it. Read it before and it said wow this was good in contrast to what other people say this is a show is fine and Dandy and it's good good except for Mr Goldblum an actor I used to admire never mind never mind and all that trouble he went to all that trouble didn't realize it was going to be another blow and said well and then ended the interview to shortly after he said well. What can I say Jeff here and he had a lot of bric a Brac on his desk kind kind of mementos he said. Would you like to take something. Give me a present he said here you like Barton Ernie. Take this little tiny birds to take this with you. Okay thank little rubber exchange reading you a bad review on the table. I'm imagining when you walk around. People are very excited to see you and they have good feelings towards you. Just not the case with everybody but have also benefited Meyer of your lifestyle you know for many many years. You're a single man on the prowl and always proudly OAS but I eh did enjoy your single life did you did you had a good time to go on date dates. Some people say oh. I don't like that horrible. Well Dave I like them. What do you like about dates the new new new investigation possibility and potential and oh God I know that part now would you tell all I would imagine I always thought when I was a a young man and I would go on a date thr- all these things that you have to deal with. which is you know? Alam normally money my car's terrible. I remember going going to a restaurant and thinking am I gonna be able to afford this all those problems but then you're Jeff Goldblum and you're single and you're famous and people oh like you and you've got incredible clothes and you walk into a restaurant right this way Mr Goldblum right this way and you're with beautiful woman that must make a date of very nice experience variance. Yeah I mean I've been with my sweet sweet emily now. I seven years so I hardly you. Don't even remember those times those times. No they've become a blur but most of it yes. I have films of all of your dates Hugli. I'd like to sit with you for a week or two and go through all that footage. It would take four months really yeah. I it's nice well. I you know I'm sure I benefited from sometimes being able to you can get a leg up on the situation so to speak and so to speak with one thing or another but of course as we know none of those things really make aac a happy life or a happy situation or happy connection with you and somebody else that's very finally personal and nothing that can be affected by money money or the trappings of any any old thing. You've taken to this whole enterprise like a duck to water. Yes I have. I I have well. She's spectacular. She's great. She's absolutely great as and she and these kids tha- thank goodness so far of miraculous you can always get out. They the kids don't turn out great. You can just walk away. There's very low. There's very little emotional scarring just walk away from a child. Well you have of course Liza Iza. And what did you talk about my wife that way the way you said my wife's name 'cause you have well no. I. I hardly know Oh your wife but I'm sure sure sure I will thrash sure I will. I will thrash you. I will thrash you about the head and shoulders with a Cudgel. I've enjoyed that. You know what's so funny. I essential experiences. This is what I've known about Jeff Goldblum. Everything everything is essentially experience here apply this. It's time to put this drywall up. You gotta put this drywall up. We gotta get this drywall. Why not enjoy find the STUDS. business got me going the line. The line is we know between pleasure and pain is sometimes sometimes papyrus thin but no but I was so interested in you as I still him because you've got of course you're. You're too lovely kids. Yeah I want to exchange. All manner of notes have play dates and all kinds of things. I'd like to see so you with your kids yeah. I'm a I'm a fun well. You can attest so now. I'm a I'm a Goofy Dad. I think you're very just goofy person in general and I think you are very goofy. Free in front of your kids. Yes they play the fool that they seem over it. Sometimes yes yes. They like America grown weary not at all but I realized myself being denied that I'm a dad that I am a jokester. I like to make Joe. I like to laugh. They make me laugh and I like to make them laugh and I'm always joking. Emily's going in or she kind of lays down. The law has to that's how it goes yeah be the constructor of guardrails and this and and sometimes she gets critical of me in fact like you know. I'm an intrusion. You know you're GONNA help this along or are you. Just GonNa make jokes you know to which chime sensitive sensitive to that if she of course criticizes you I know Yes. I'm sensitive all criticized but especially from your spouse I know and and you you know yes occasionally if my wife who's fantastic but if she if careful because she hasn't watched the show but she does listen to the podcast but I love her. I I love her dearly and she's a terrific mom mom ever but occasionally she'll say oh you maybe could have helped out more in that situation or you could have done this and that and I feel like Oh. I'm a wounded bear at that point with you. Yeah it it It's horrible justice morning what happened just this morning started kind fumigate inside myself and you know and by the time we feed fume fumed fumigate would have that was cleaning out myself. Fumigating is try try to clean myself but I was fuming yeah. Sorry I tried to make a new use of the word fumigating fulminating and yeah yeah something like that. Yeah Yeah I was marinating in my own juices some kind of dark dark but sanity Hannity she's Great. She's like to talk about a duck not take into water but a doc when they have I run in they flap their wings and they and they don't doesn't bother them anymore. They don't carry a grudge or hold anything. Everything is over the moment but I need to be more like that myself and I am. I'm glad that I believe it is but I believe that in those moments comments when we have those interactions their wives we're making them our moms and we're feeling scolded. My mom S and it's a yes I. I really think that that is true and then you would you have to do is the work in your mind saying this isn't my mom isn't one thousand nine hundred seventy. Andy One and don't turn her into that. That's not fair to her. I'm sure that's true. I'm sure that's true yeah. you have a therapist because I could be your therapist. Well you know you know. This may be a million laughs but I my therapist who garry shandling bling hook connect me to she was his therapist and I was pals with Garry shandling became my therapist and she was wonderful Lou Katzman and but ended over the course and then for the last decade just see your as needed once a year if I'm getting into or out of a relationship or I've had some some problem and then emily a a few couple of years into our relationship said she wouldn't it be lovely. If we had a baby with the what what would you think about that wasn't strategic or off putting or untrustworthy the at all and I said wow this is serious. I I'm so serious about you. This is so delightful that I should really consider this. Let's go into see Lou. She hadn't met Lu Lu cats and we did. It's been sounds like an agent. I know forty eight asthma screwing with the wrong guy cashman's my agent. You're gonNA hear from him well. She was Lewanda Katzman. She's a southern lady who married you know. I- Katzman that's how she became Katzman anyway she was very good and over the course of that next year we she excavated all my fears considerations about it and after a year I said yeah this could be peachy and we'll get married and have a baby and then she having never done it before. I know you can do this to got herself. able to officiate at the wedding yes so she she officiated our wedding she was wonderful and she died a few months ago. That's okay but why did I bring up. Oh so I need a new thought. Yes this is. This is a fertile time. You know I feel as self self. Reliant is ever you know but I always enjoyed therapy. I found it to be a real great. fruitful bone to chew on if I'm not mixing my Metaphors Ju. It's true fruitful. There's no bones in fruit and there's no fruit covered bone another other ways saying yeah that's right except is there. No no no no bones and everyone in the room is backing out slow. That's just yeah but this is such a fertile time. Yes all the the the maternal connections that might be there potentially with your wife and all new sensitivities institition new passions and new seeds mortality thoughts and this is a fertile time for I talk with somebody smart yeah I I will. I can help you in that area. If you want. I could be your therapist or I could recommend a therapist either. Both I think both would be good. I have have good so now. I give good advice don't do but you're not like a licensed therapist. I mean what are you talking about are GonNa be. I'll just save. That sounds interesting. And how does she feel about it. Okay well our time's up no he's very empathic but and I've never had a problem selling telling a therapist absolutely everything and being tireless truthful even with you. I'd be finished. I tell them that I don't know pals too. You know that's a different thing. Do you won't tell me the name of the plays you've been in and then you know you're Cagey Irwin when cagey minks. Let's take a quick break a very quick break uh-huh so that I can do some ads yeah really a cash cow bones We're back sitting here with wonderful product Jeff Goldblum whenever I'm with you. I find myself looking at what you're wearing. What you've so you've got a great watch on your ring. You had a pinkie ring for awhile. Did you commit to it or did you get panicked. Here's what happened happen to you know I dreamed while in this in this cycle with Andrew Vittore one night that he's hairstylists he's my silence of of a Pinky and I liked it and I'd be wearing it now except tactfully playing the piano and just going around. It's I I'd rather be naked on my the hands and everywhere you know. Would you like to be naked all the time for that matter. I bet you very comfortable with your naked body. Wow I wouldn't strip right now. I don't know uh no one was asking you to pass a note to to that effect but I wouldn't ask you but I get the sense that you're someone who has you don't seem like an inhibited person and I think you'd walk around naked home hurrying. You should see the kids before they get the idea that nakedness somehow it's interesting or significant all all they sure like to be naked. Boy Kids you watch you get to watch the human being I'd never been around kids before but you get to watch the human being in their unspoiled fool selves and it's wild isn't it nakedness certainly one of them comfort with our bodies self-conscious. Mrs Part of their thing of course and and speaking of which sexuality to eroticism arouse ability and all sorts of things couple these boys wow you know and they're always playing with it and as a matter of fact I came home. Listen to this. I did that red nose day. You know with Richard Curtis you know and they give you at the end of that thing. If you want a couple of those on your yeah well he'd done before but I assure enough yet done in a while. I came in. He was naked. I came in the room. He was Charlie. Oh charline guy who gave the red known curtis three and a half year old. It's clear Richard Curtis was not naked in my house. Although he's a red head to you in what does that look. It's not at all but I'm looking at one of the foremost redheads in the in the Cosmos and I think Dan possibly the most anyway this red nose on his penis. What's your son put it on his penis he did and he was just having the best time because he's funny the and he likes to make jokes. I think I have an infected him with my joke making you know bone and and speaking of which he had the red nose on his subpoenas and you know walking around yeah. It was quite a sight but he likes it. You know they they slap it and they pinch it and they do all kinds of things and they get and they get erect. They get erectile as you know. I'm sure often and they enjoy and we try not to you know make any big deal about it either while you're supposed of us to shame them really that's what I O K but no sexuality and sex was not spoken about in my home made probably not your home. Either wars had a weird Shirley in herald where the parents Shirley had a particularly she would she would vacuum the house naked. What your your mom would go around the vacuum cleaner somehow yes she thought. I think our General Credo was the body. Is You know in the new freedoms. This is in the new freedoms his era part of the youth culture. She'd wanted to want to be left out anything anyway she was but she also was given to a complicated and in probably realized sexuality. I'm just guessing I'm just guessing because we all right well. Maybe so maybe so anyway she would go around so so your mom giving new have had an influence was a whole Philip Roth novel to be honest with you go into it but there was probably a lot of complication location to be excavated at a later date right with a professional which I've done some with professionals. Yes we should continue to do it and there would you do. I WANNA you're invited you. You have a standing me sit in on a therapy session or do you feel. I wouldn't repeat anything you trust me. Don't you well with a microphone and then we are it. Yes yes I've another story. I just thought of course you're a horror. Store can't possibly tell L. This involve interaction. Yes I don't pay all day. Oh wait at least ask a couple of questions and you can visit involve your childhood or maybe later years like my childhood that this story that you can't tell does involve your childhood or a little later on now. We're getting to my adolescence. found yeah and you learn your powers. Increase your your sexuality. you blossomed. KIELBASA fruit in its fruit with a bone with bone this time without the bone removed. What's the matter with us. They're gonNA come with us. Don't drag me into this. You're gonNA appeal going to identify where we live and warn warn the neighbors. Let's say thank you you are ed too much. No no not under my sweater yeah. I think we're all feeling warm. Um You know I think it's good that there are other people in the room. If it was just the two of us it would be somehow a more exciting the scarier the mixed company too because sonal thank you tell us all right so is this is great. What's happening but I'm enjoying it. It's very homo aerobic. You two are both moaning aliveness. I have to say I I've always had I bob. I you know I'm be completely open. I've always had just this this affection for Jeff Goldblum and then it it it passes on to to like this also this tactile like when I see him I like to give them a hug and shake his hand and he makes these very pleasing sounds and so yeah could could be attraction if it is sexuality is a scale. We all know that it's a it's a spectrum Matt Spectrum. Certainly I mean this is first time. I've met. Oh you and I am bewitched. he is true. You are one charming son of a bitch sweet. Do you know the theme song on for bewitched. Bewitch is gene. We're right now. Wait a minute Barbara. which does settlers yeah yeah? She'd come in on that room you which did the hey you're jazzy. Hey you could have played one of the if they were looking for another. You Know Dick the husband you know they went through Dick Replacement there was do they did a creepy thing on that. Show which is the Sergeant Dick. Dick York had to leave the show because of a back injury. I didn't know that and he was ill get to leave the show and he was replaced by Dick Sargent and they never said anything trying that scary in sitcoms comes when they do that and everyone acts like it's the same person. I know I know another observation. I know you play Jazz. You're very passionate about jazz. You've made this album which is incredible really musicianship and but what's what's interesting is that it's no coincidence to me that you like jazz because I think when you speak speak it's jazz. You know what I mean. It's it's it's very you speak very musically and you bring up and they occur to you and you follow them where they're going and then you dip back and then you find it. It's got a rhythm. Is this make any sense. It sure does yeah I was always naturally just of excited about jazz is and rhythmical things in different harmonic things and improvisation particularly nice studied acting with Sanford Meisner whose cornerstone of his technique is this particular improvisation Asian and even though I like to do scripted material. Do I do David Mamat player you know my Martin mcdonagh's play in that you have to be exactly on the words or a Wes Anderson movie who doesn't want you to replace and with the center then you find a kind of freedom and interesting nuance within that and it's very beautiful creative creative experience but I do enjoy doing Portland yeah or Thor Ragnarok on which we improvised a lot and I'd like improvisation. I like Anna's you know these talk shows which interests me terrifically early on I would go on a talk show and and a and sort of adopt the cliche and conventional posture that oh I like the work to speak for itself. What am I doing on this show or that really because I was frightened yeah that occurred to me and the and but I came to see it as an opportunity for something that I enjoy doing and something that could be very special little improvisation with somebody. WHO's the top notch added playing ostensibly yourself in a short way what's GonNa i. I love everything about it and I think it's I. If there's if you're in an environment where you feel safe. Were you know that now we can let this go and we can let this Let's see what happens who cares today when I was on the show you you know it's Rachel whom I really enjoyed. She's one of the second segment producing said well. We talked for a little bit in our on our on the telephone now. I've got some questions that he may ask Hugh. I said well. It's a surprise me and coach. She could have said well no here that you'd better get ready for this that he said okay well. That's that's the best anyway so. I really didn't know anything that was going to car when we were on and that's that's my favorite thing your whole today. It was a cry for help all right. Well listen we the I think we should go out to dinner now. Here's what I ask your. Is it just you and I do. We get the wives involved. I think we should do all You know all variations of it. We should do yes you and I then we should get. The wise involved just first okeydokey. You know it's because the why you know why they can get in the way so maybe just you and I okay. Would it be an Italian restaurant. What kind of cuisine we could pick the JEEZ. I don't I don't know what can I do. I love food and I love all different manner of ambience. What would you what what do you imagine. I see you in a very stylish restaurant. I I think it would be important that it be kind of cool. Look you know. I think that you know I'm not saying it shouldn't be stuffy. I don't see you go into a stuff. I don't find food dining right. I don't like language Pittsburgh Guy. You might like a T. Bone steak ribs sustained. I go for the leaner in her cuts of meat these days. I like a nice fillet petite filet at here or there but I I would do anything but I like you know. I did this little thing thing with Jonathan Gould before he passed away speaking of which who was wonderful. Do you know him your documentary city of gold. Yes it makes you appreciate Los Angeles. A whole different way through us is he's brilliant brilliant. He's brilliant. He said you know he made me think that hey this is a good place to raise kids. You can if you drive around and do an expose of the right things. This is a place of diversity and uh-huh cultural interest and foodwise you go to these little mini malls that I used to think ugly ugly town you know but no no you can appreciate the indigenous family authentic offerings that they have and so we could go to jail Lada. We could go to Thai place that was on his list. I have yet to go down the hundred his last hundred of the list but you know what Loosen Franks Franks I went through. You know I I do this. With a couple of Friends of mine Greg Daniels in Rodman Lender. We have a tradition where we find restaurants. Los Angeles restaurants and the rule is they had to be in operation before we were born and it took us to all these really interesting places says downtown that have been around since the forties and fifties sometimes the twenties and you'll find out where the police detectives always eat and there's sawdust just on the floor but if you get the you know the pot roast is great and they're they're Kooky places that that no one knows about sounds great but I took my my daughter last weekend. I took my daughter. Neve down to downtown away went to little Tokyo and we found this a little Korean barbecue place and it was like a little hole in Wyoming went in fantastic just great man we brought a friend of hers and she's very interested in you know Korean a and Japanese culture and so she wanted to we went into all the little shops and La's really amazing that way you it's incredible so I do something like that Korean barbecue. There's a place called suit. Bull jeep jeep yeah you go there and you. Cook Cook things right on this little grill there. I said I got the squid and they with a scissor they come over with a big squid squid and they start cutting off some of the legs and that was Kinda great and like all that stuff. Let's go. Let's do some exploring because I have not gone out and that's the one of the great great thing about having kids. It must make you go gee. Let's I need to expose them anyway to all sorts of things and seeing through there is is kind of delightful enough with with them. You get plenty of time with them. I see you and I going to a restaurant no kids so they sound delightful but in my mind they're not there either. It's just you and I It's a a good idea when there's work the next day. Muso and Franks. I asked a no work the next day really well. I'd like to just make sure that I've clear scheduled anytime. She's standing funding. I'm getting frightened by I'm intrigued strangely but I asked on the day that I worked with Jonathan Gould I said what do you think Mussa Franks said yes. That's good. It's good. It's still good yeah. Go there there. Of course the atmosphere is very nice but you know they've things on that menu speaking of before we were born by like Sherbet you never see you know you see these days but share but they have that that was all over that way when we were kids was what you ate all the time and then it just went away win away or or became. SORBET sorbet yeah. It's like it's best. It's one. Are those fun things we have when we were kids that we're not allowed to enjoy anymore. That's right my parents smoked chesterfield cigarettes pack a day or something you know in the car at the four four of us in the car and you know smoke away my mom shoot tobacco she did not she didn't that would have been fun if she did who who is who played the grand grandma who hoopla on on. Beverly hillbillies Irene Ryan. That's exactly right and what did she. Excuse me for a second. Can we pause for a second. That was fucking fast against this. Can you want someone want some in the an engineer at a look at the time between I mean I didn't know that was coming in between I answered. I know I answered it. Ahead of when's the last time you talked about or thought about Irene Ryan probably a week ago and I'm not kidding influenced by television as a child. I really appreciate it those performance. She was amazing died before her. You know her time really ahead of time she she died really as the series ended I think and yeah she was she was as a young. She was much younger than she was playing. Yes she was at terrific terrific actress wonderful but we'd never heard about her before then. I'm sure when could look her up ensued. She was Irene Ryan. Enderle hillbillies beverly hillbillies a very funny creative show yeah Max very bizarre. Max Baer senior was a heavyweight champion of course buddy absent. I was riding down driving driving. I think in the mid seventies when I came to. La Grind down last January something who pulls up next to me Mr Ebbs and a friend was with me but I didn't have the the authority or or confidence and I think Mr Mr Epson. You didn't see me anywhere around the the friend kept ribbing me about that. It's my greatest enjoy in life is of course Ellie Mae Donna Douglas Douglas. sorry cement pond critters the front. She was fantastic doc. Yes we could go on and on right around my adolescence. As a matter of fact you know what really I should Gilligan's island. Oh my God I was. I was into Marianne Mining China Ginger Ginger. I knew I knew ginger wouldn't give me the time of day. I knew that Mary Ann would really and she'd take me back in the coconut trees. I met Ginger. It happened right around the time I was speaking of this story that we didn't tell right around I was coming of age with my God age and and and she was the one of my first the first in fact wjr stimulants into some new phase in my maturity she still with us and we could probably contact. Well listen to let her know that you that she made you a man for the first time alone she did indeed listen to this. She was twenty years later in my early thirties. Maybe I did this. Show about jazz with forest whitaker. Where we played was called Lush Life. I played a side man at Saks. I pretend to play the saxophone and end womanizer of some kind or not and then we played a Gig. I was supposed to get together with this. Lady older lady who I just met there and we went up to an upstairs bathroom or bedroom and had sex quickly and decided on a little scene happened between us. Who are I had to part with the producers and the director I we auditioned several all women including Tina Louise Nigon got to meet her. I got to meet her and we did the scene together in which she had to set sat sit on my lap and then kind of coup and maybe we kissed her briefly we did it. Isn't that crazy when we've had this experience because I had the same experience whereas someone that I found very sexually stimulating and puberty and you I think that would never I'd never meet them and then later on you you meet them in. They hug you and they're affectionate. it's it's very crazy. When that happens happens I had that with Farah Fawcett Farah Fawcett. Yes yes faucet came on my show and and after the show I went into the dressing assing room and she just said why had a really great time and you know the next thing I she just hugged me. GimMe a nice hug and she was and I was in a very small room hugging this woman. Who was the apple of my eye? I am tender age. I know exactly I met Farah Fawcett. I was par band was playing a Cigar Club in Beverly Hills the on cannon drive she she was there and we found ourselves anyway. We shared an embrace. The police are coming. I got out the window down because it police this has been. I feel like there's an alternate universe where you and I do new podcast that I think lasts eight hundred hours and food is brought in and occasionally. We sleep it. We still murmur. It is very close to get there. Quick an absolute delight. I'll say this about Jeff Goldblum as we sign off he he is what you think he is. He's is one of the more authentic people I've I've come across. He really he really is Jeff Goldblum. This is not an act and ended. It's delightful coming from you high prison dude and I'll cherish this moment forever. My Dad and I think you'll forget. He very quickly but but still it. There's an island to say that's true. Jeff Goldblum Conan O'Brien Coenen sonal. This is an important moment. It's time to discuss the results of the latest drawing contest the one we did as a blind drawing contest so that nobody was voting for or against just a person but for the art itself how you guys feel about your about your results before it's never been less nervous about my life in my deepest. Most most sound remm sleep because I'm so confident. I am an artist. Oh my God i I think I feel completely unthreatened threatened by Sonia's cabin of dildos that sheets inked and I think that I'm going to win. I don't think I'm going to win. I know I'm going to win. Okay so here's the thing I didn't feel good about it when I drew it. I didn't feel good about it when I saw it this morning on twitter and I if I was I would feel the same. He is spilling right now. I would feel very confident about doodle. Also you called yourself an artist but you just you're really good at doodling. All you do is doodle. This calls for doodling so I'd doodle. I know I'm just saying I was in a contest. They required me to paint like Rembrandt. Oh I would because I always match the occasion. That's my ability okay. No I didn't feel good about this. You're right my house looks like it was made of dildos and I don't everything just didn't work. I think I just want to again. Go to what comes to mind to me is that dildos would be a terrible building material for a cabin not that I know not that I have a lot of experience but I think they're wildly and defense aren't dildos wobbly not all of them. I think are still wait. What do you mean really jump. I'm did sorry yeah. You did jump in and you say well. Actually that's a common misconception know many kinds of Dildo also many Kasese depending on your need the I K thirty five B seven. I'm sonal right now. I'm considering that. I think that they look like dildos. They're made out of wood a log cabin so these are like George Washington era dildos yeah. I think that I definitely cornered the DILDO market. I think people people who like dildos would like Mike Cabin better and people who like drying food like Washington era dildos common misconception not what made it would made of ivory a little some about deal. I know I know a lot about history so ivory common so wanting to throw this year way. I have the power to reveal these results so yeah. I mean the fact that you're grading your teeth and you're frustrated and you don't seem happy right now. Even though you want sonal win I'm a master at reading faces. I have one. I have one overwhelmingly. This isn't even close you know. Let's these civil war battle. All of three forks was at five forks right in with your answer the results of the second blind drawing throwing contest of a log cabin with smoking chimney in a lumberjack. Let's get to the part where I wince me people tune in they need to know okay. Drawing to sonus comes in at eighteen percent drawing number one comes in eighty two percent eighteen percent sent eighty two percent. Hey how you feeling now goldwater. Haw To even get that there's so many young people that don't get that goldwater ran against Lyndon Johnson and sixty four. He was crushed eighty two percent eighteen percent. That's amazing. This is important. There are two thousand two hundred and four votes in there. Ah There are still twenty hours left in this poll sure you know I don't feel good about it. I felt it was enough that we could call the election it yeah the Nixon lands. I prefer the Lyndon Johnson goldwater example of sixty four yeah okay all right or maybe it's just two people who do it old and one doodle better right. Yeah Yeah shows a cabinet of you know what there's an old. Bible passage says when you build your house upon the sand you know you're going to fail you now and I think you built your cabin upon dildos. You know what I would do this but you. Hubris is so large right now that I'm tempted tempted to challenge you to a drawing content. It's not I think you can handle it well. I feel that I'm like a Western gunfighter. I can't fight every goofy. Hey seed who stumbles into town with a rusty six shooter. I mean you can if that person gets insulted and pulls a gun and yeah but it would your gun that you're GonNa pull because you just got off the wagon. Gosh there's wild bill you call. I'll think I'll take him on and then you you whip out this six shooter that your pappy gave you and it's all rusty and the barrel falls off and all the pieces fall into the mud and you go on Mr Hiccup. Can you come back here while I'll show them a gun and I'm already gone in a saloon so no I can't take time to walk back and sift through the mud and help you put together your ancient peashooter so that then then we can stage a contest in which killed. You're a coward no but you now. It's just like I've been. I'm a better than you and then I'll beat you and then you'll be like wait a minute. I found and a friend who's good at drawn. Let's get him in here and now you'll draw against him. But what if you don't beat me. This is just depressing. You're the worst winter. You're sick a terrible person when you win. This is me deal with it okay. I learned you know what I'm doing. I'm patterning myself after trump trump I really am he has taught us that when you win you just talk about it incessantly and that's what I you know. That's what I want. Well then. I'll be trumped by one that doodle off by a lot of votes yeah and did you have Russia help you yeah. I did get got a lot of assistance from Russia. Okay we can do you and I what's do what we'll do a drawing contest sometime down the line but let's let's move on because I do think think there's important matters that we need to address we have. I'm told a massive amount of listeners out there that are relying on us to guide them through this dark period in American history so in this segment we need to now go to something you. WanNa take a voicemail sure I'll take a voicemail okay question Russian because so many tales stone to say fighting mercury say Freddy Mir Merck Year Re. I know just messed up until bill. She said about forty times in the mark man in episode his over their shoulders. Why wait a minute. What skies pronounced mercury wrong he did do. I Eh pronounce it there. It was right mercury. No you did it wrong. Agree no mercury mercury. Sometimes you go mercury. Well Okay and you know what. Let's just back this whole thing up. I Fall I love. The guy is getting on his last nerve he he heard you on one podcast and he's ready to pull his hair out. I've been with you for Tom Down. I know I've been with you for ten years. You have tormented wanted me with your actions and this guy's complaining okay. Well all right okay first of all. I didn't know I was saying the word wrong but I also didn't know I pronounce announce. My G's heart until you said it every single time I say a word. That's like walking talking. You're saying you go hangover and I've I have tried to help you because I want you to assimilate okay to this country. I was born in this country but we don't know for sure yes. There are no records of your birth. There are birth certificate. It is the record of my birth. I'd ask from Montebello Calif.. I've ask your parents to boot to propose I asked her parents to produce records and they shrugged and then they they handed over some leaves and I said those those are leaves. Listen I love you on there. Great meaning people are a great are going off of that. I I was raised by immigrants. I was surrounded by immigrants and a lot of the words words I say are incorrect and I used to sane questions. I can't say there were three or four requisite. I can't say those words. There are a lot of things I say incorrectly brewery but parrot plays where they make beer is a brewery burry. You can't do it say it again. Birdie bree. Can you say the English the fine English clothing maker burglary. Can you say burberry say I bought some burglary at the bird. Take this so hard. I say I got some burberry. I bought burberry at the brewery for Freddie Mercury. Yeah I've ver-very for Freddy Okay. You're subtle stupid. Here's the thing though a lot of the words that I say incorrectly because I was saturated traded a lot of accidents growing up. I think it is true. Your parents have very thick ex well. My mom has a thicker accent then. My Dad came here in sixty S he's fine. He's not that bad but it's not him. It's all my aunts and uncles. I speak three languages so I can do that. What is his name. What's this guy's name first of all fuck this Guy Yeah that was. I didn't like his tone and I'm going to stick up for you. I did not like his tone at all and if he were here I would beat him within an inch of his life. Yeah thank you but he's not here so we can only imagine that he would have. Thank you for sticking picking up no I do. I do stick up for you. You're my friend I care about you and I don't like someone being snide to you. Turn what I do. Find interesting is that Freddie Mercury is one of your all time heroes you love Freddie Mercury him sure and it's so it's interesting that you would mispronounce mispronounced his name of all names I mean I didn't know I was misprint out can you you pronounce everything perfectly. I do. Yes that's not true. ooh sorry sorry but I added this podcast and you say mortgage. Ole instead of what mortgage I say. What do you mean mortgage say eh. I got to pay off my mortgage. I do then why do you do that. Why don't I do it because it has as a folksy charm and I do it intentionally because if a celebrity says I have to pay off my mortgage than people say what what a Dick who cares your celebrity. You probably have the money to pay it off. We don't WanNa hear about your problems probably with a supermodel right now you know but I always we say I got to pay off the mortgage. Never say it like you like a sexy baby. No that's got a little bit of a midwestern Twang. When I do doing shoulders gotta pay off my mortgage. It's got a little bit of a little bit the late Carol channing in it. It's what I'm I'm doing is. I'm being folksy. Yeah Yeah I do. I do that intentionally. I am a master wordsmith. I'm a professional speaker of words and anytime anytime you think that I'm mispronouncing something there is an intention behind it even when you asked her parents to purpose her birth certificate yeah you you that Word uh-huh that's actually that was a mini stroke that doesn't count as mispronouncing when you have a cerebral inclusion okay now back to SONA well actually. Can we continue on you for a second or because you also came from a family. That has a lot of accents. I don't think I have it. It creeps in New England. Link leap creeps in when you talk some new. I hate mispronouncing words right now but anyway anyway. I think sonal should get a pass because does the fact that you speaking which as well as you do as a miracle. You've been here six years seven years why you came here looking for you for ten ten years. Okay you came to America and you know this is. This is a big remember. The I came to work and you were frightened by the elevator and I said you said Magic Room took me to and I was like no no. Let's let's use the stairs and we'll talk about that later. Those are all true facts but sonal. I am proud that I have been your tutor and your gateway to this wonderful country. Oh Oh I want this to end yeah so yeah. Pernet mispronounce words and you can suck it guy who this voicemail. Oh how I'm with you on that one. 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Ross and Carrie Cure Covid. Symptoms (Part 2): Corpse Reviver Edition

Oh No Ross and Carrie

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Ross and Carrie Cure Covid. Symptoms (Part 2): Corpse Reviver Edition

"Welcome to own rousing carry the shore. We don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take pride ourselves. That's right when they made the claims we show up so you don't have to. I'm Ross Blocher and I'm Carrie. Poppy and we are back to tell you about how to cure your Cova. Nineteen symptoms focus on the symptoms with homeopathy. Oh sorry to leave you in the lurch there. I'm sure you're wondering well. How do I apply all this important? Homeopathy information you've all been saying. I thought I needed to go to the ICU. But hang on. I'm going to wait for the second week of Ross and carries a reporter. Talk on this. I know that like kills like I know that I have a vital force. What do I do? I'm just GONNA wait. I'm going to wait seven days to see what happens so again. This was a two part class. Had attended the first part and then carry attended. The second part we're going to talk about. This was on Wednesday. Yeah it was a Wednesday Hump Day. Just want to say once again. We're recording this during the coveted eighteen outbreak. Everyone is home and so we're recording in my apartment. Which is unusually loud. Because everybody's home so you hear some sounds life. You heard it here. I heard it in the background second so I got on there at noon. Good thanks it started at noon so it seemed appropriate. I think it was the first person there and then a few minutes in is still just me. Rena something that iphone which I think you mentioned and seldom call. So you're right. Somebody's got some device and they've never used them before and someone who I noticed last name. Sassy just like Reena okay. So I actually read in the Chad I said to seize and Serena said Oh yeah. That's my sister okay. Yeah I'm just seeing. This is the same person who was there. The day I went as well. How many people did you get total? It sounded like there'd been quite the drop off it was very small. I know I was missing but I was replaced by you true. But there was still attrition overall. I think we ended up with five total. So yeah. A little bit of attrition there but yeah when you paid fifty five bucks usually want to get both parts. But a life is complicated and be she had been providing videos and supplemental materials. And I'll say she did a very good job of making sure that if you missed out you're not missing out. Yeah and she presented that well too. Because I said in the chat I said Oh my friends not GonNa make it this time. But he'll watch the video and she said you know there's probably a lot of people like that okay. She did handle this problem. And thank you for telling her. I felt prop you know I. I know that feeling as an instructor looking where that person goes badge out the first time. I WANNA come back. It was nice of you. To Quell. That voice cider no prob so she said what everybody drinking and I said coffee is that okay. It's not bad and she said Oh. No I'm drinking it to huge all MAGA COFFEE. But you said it's one ex preparation. I watered it. Yeah it's not actual beans. I put them through the Cussin' trust us. I'm sure that's got to be a thing. Homeopathic Lee Prepared Coffee. It seems like that's all coffee if not it's probably a multimillion dollar idea. I mean they had no scruples. I could I could make money on. Yeah I feel like you could just say it with any coffee. Just be like ice accosted the ones do mister coffee anyway. She said okay. Well let's let's get started. Let's review a little. Who Remembers what the two principles of homeopathy are? And Guess who knew? Just I'm guessing miss a student miss. Poppy it was me so it's like pointing at herself. Who's paying attention? This guy this guy I said like yours like and fancy word for you have an energy body. It's like that's right. It's word for word and she said that's right. Oh and then then a fifth person to join anesthesia so then she went into the discussion of the three legged stool. And I remember this from somewhere else. Where was it was it some other homeopath interesting okay? I don't okay. Three legs makes for a sturdy heating surface. It's trail so she was saying when you wanNA diagnosed with homeopathy. You WanNa make sure you always have three symptoms from your clients. So one should be mental and emotional. He can one something to do with the mind. So you look for their anger their irritable. Or they're crying weeping or sadness or are they being sorry for themselves? That's the first leg of the stool. Then the second one should be a modality. Select something. That's making them better or worse and now they want warm. They want cold thirsty and they like it when they drink water they WANNA move. They don't WanNa move as I was reviewing I noticed that she asked. Do THEY WANNA hot drink. Oh and I thought. Hey Okay here. He's got this problem all the time. What's that sickness well and also your rating just went up. Oh true as long as she's allowing it and then the third is your is your Gimme. That's the one where you can have a specific physical symptom. She said get specific here. We don't WanNa just here who's good a fever. We WanNa hear high fever fever over a hundred or she has fever and there's chills she has fever and there's flushing we want details. This is where I saw. Someone in the chat was making a joke about a solid stool. Was that you just like betting. That scares she said. Yeah with these three legs. You get a solid stool. Alright so I just typed it in the chat I quoted her that will give you a solid stool head back a couple of minutes later. Yeah good times another important piece of homeopathic information that she threw out there was that there is this materia medica which is kind of almost a shopping list or ingredients list of various preparations. She said that you can use that when you're looking for one of those particular symptoms or remedy and she mentioned that there's something like five thousand remedies. I guess there's different materia. Medica collect Merck manual. Yeah I can't remember where I looked but I saw a number of different named ones and the largest one had something like five hundred or six hundreds ingredients or preparations so I guess she's got a massive collection. She said that about a hundred of the remedies are the ones that we use seventy to eighty percent of the time. So you've got your. Oh you're all stars your go. To's obsolete hawks. You're right right. Your onion or your. What's that one that's like would kill you Bella Donna? We're actually there right a lot of those arsenic. Well our Seneca not to be confused with Hall. I didn't know our Seneca was from arsenic. Makes Sense just say on the end anyway? So that was new piece of information for me. I think I'd heard of the Materia Medica before but I wouldn't have been able to tell you what it was. Yeah and then there's also that what was the other big book the Hahnemann book or or Donatus Okay Yeah Dona soapy. Homeopathy omnibus whole homeward bound. The incredible journey own organic of Medicine Organon of medicine and so close. Yeah you're right on the she. She had a name for those kind of prepared recipes preparations they're called keynotes. Yeah really distracting things to call it. Yes especially since she was presenting with the Presi so I'm busy making jokes about power points. I'm glad our minds same way. Totally keynote is just another way to find a remedy and she said that when they write them out they'll be bolted or caps locked. And so you can look for them that way. When when you see something can listed out in a really stands out like oh I need to go look that up and then I can see what preparation I need. Mix and match my pellets. Right and she said those are really strong indicators. You don't even necessarily need the other two legs of you. Have the keynote of one. Someone's done the work for you. Yeah it's like oh he has an itchy throat and itchy throat and wants to drink Diet Pepsi. That's a keynote. It also says loose bowels. But it's as we're good exactly so shell so said and there are a lot of scans pages from all these books there in the Google drive really prepared very nicely so she mentioned that the night in particular is good for the fear of death. That's great to give people when they're afraid they're dying it's probably less invasive than say Silas Ivan. Yup that's true which also can have an effect on fear of death. I feel like you should check to make sure the person is not tying though what if it's a rational fear? They're dying all right. Well sounds like it's supposed to deal with the fear itself. Yeah which is the thing to fear. Oh Touche with these people. It's always the fear. Fear is bad Get THAT ENERGY BODY IN BALANCE. So she told us. Homeopathy is gentle and rapid right. I liked the logic loop that starts here but yes she said you might find relief mmediately when you take a remedy and then wonder was that the right thing then. That went away right away. Yeah seem so fast. How could it possibly have taken effect right then? That means that it was fun. Yeah but even though that means it's working sometimes you need to give it four tries like we talked about before so it might not work right away. Maybe you don't see that gentle and rapid response so you know keep trying keep dosing. And then she says sometimes you'll see temporary worsening of the symptoms so outcome validates. Exactly if I haven't like absurdly fast as if it was just maybe in your head or something in that case. Yeah it's working great and then maybe it won't in which case you know. Kiss try and until it does do what you expect it to do. And maybe sometimes things get worse and that's good too. Those are the three possibilities gets better or you'd stays the same or it gets worse either one or you die in which case. I don't think you'll be complaining. We'll have a solution for that coming up. That's true. Oh my God so I asked her. She mentioned something about the energy body and I was typing in the chat a lot and I said can people see the energy body and she said no well. I can't but some people can. I don't have that kind of intuitive skill. I have other ones. But they don't have that one fair enough. No yourself I guess. Position Know thyself another way that you can know it's starting to work. Is that the patient will either go to sleep or get increased energy or their fever. Goes UP THAT. Oh and you really know. Things are top notch. All of those mean that it's working. Yeah Okay so. Fever is a good thing right. We want to encourage that. This may be the best piece of advice she had in this talk. Yeah that is that yes. Usually people try to fight and remove a fever. Fever is your body reacting. You had a good way of saying it. She liked that. Oh yeah this is what my mom always said. When I was growing up that fever your body trying to bake illness out and Reno responded to that. Oh I'M GONNA use that. That's really and this is true. Like basically your body's trying to make an inhospitable environment for that virus or bacteria and as much as you can allow that to run. Its course do but of course there are limits. Yeah probably your question as well. It's always fun to actually. I don't think so okay. It's always fun to watch someone else partake in a class and be like Oh. The Carey writes totally. There are definitely good purposes for fevers. But I was just curious about this too because I do feel like I hear people just being like a fever have steak something and I always think like. Well probably okay for you to have a fever until it gets really high so I was curious and when looked up like what happens if your fever is really really high. What happens on the very upper end? You can suffer brain damage. You have to have like why longed like one hundred five degree fever for a really really long time. Nothing about it. Then yeah you can start having seizures or brain damage but it seems to be pretty rare okay. It's good to know so yes. She spent quite a bit of time talking fever and what to do with fever. Of course the one thing you really want to avoid is tylenol or these other drugs that people take her talking. Yes yes very good point to make this is Rina and so the real risk of fever is dehydration. You WanNA keep people hydrated at risk of and she said that it's the suppression of fever itself that sends people to the ICU cove nineteen. That's probably not correct. She had one miracle drug four dealing with fever. And that Fareham Foss so you should be using Fareham foss our X. because it increases your blood volume and the important thing of dealing with a fever and illness in general having enough blood and have it be oxygenated. Okay Fareham Foss will help you get your blood up okay. I think I missed the mechanism. They're okay I didn't know I would get more blood and it's a six x preparation so it's not that dilute and she said it actually does have some iron in it probably a little but there you go. There's like an actual active substance and I was thinking to myself. Oh Yeah Farah Fawcett and her days gotten many people's blood to rise. Is that true increase? I don't get it because iron does that. It's called Fareham Fos. I was thinking of Farah Fawcett. Wow didn't even notice. Was that similar. You could market that. You could make a firm false eight with her on the Front. Need to get your blood up. Yeah Yeah Fair. Don't know so. She said this virus covered nineteen is very intense so dry doses are recommended so again. Don't take it with water this. I don't know why this bothers me so much but I just picturing these sick people and then be somebody out water. Someone's saying open your mouth. Okay I'M GONNA put these pellets. Brian ask pellets in your mouth. Follow swallow and then you said you can drop the pellet into a sleeping child's mouth so you're no water because they have covered nineteen. It's probably fine. It'll just dissolve but probably a problem but like one time out of a thousand. You'RE GONNA joke that child. You hopefully would be small enough and dissolve fast enough that that would not a true concern. But yes she's recommending forty five pellets. Every fifteen minutes of this is really serious. And Yeah of course. If for some reason you can't use the pellets. You can do the water preparation. But it's going to be more. What's the word potent. It's in pellet form I don't understand the other way she's all up and deletion is no contrary to basic logic so make any. That's what she said. At least there were a couple other medications. The Cali Soul F- for delicious. Yeah colds and skin eruptions post to help with that. And the net solve that for flu nausea and vomiting. Both of those are six x preparations as well. So those are the three one she said to have handy and she showed us. The little bottles from highlands interesting so with six. X I mean yeah. She's mostly showing just like very mild. Herbal medicines. Probably yeah much. She also said we should get liquid. Oxygen over yeah. I don't know anything about that. What is that? I had to look it up? So she mentioned in particular something called. Oxygen extreme which supposedly is a liquid form of oxygen. You put it in your water you drink it and then it makes your body absorb extra oxygen because don't you have to get extreme temperatures to get oxygen in liquid form like you'd have to make it extremely cold? I don't know okay but I feel like there's less than meets the eye here but I feel like the way they get extra. Oxygen is to breathe. That would help. Yeah anyway I look this up. So there's this wonderful doctor Dr. Ken Harvey from Australia. And I just went on this rabbit hole being like this guy's the best but anyway he had reviewed this product and he said it's been proven not to work in the sense that firstly we absorb oxygen from the lungs not from the Gut and secondly complaints about those claims have been submitted to the proper authorities and they investigated them and they're completely spurious. It's basically just salty water. Oh here we go so. The actual liquid point of oxygen is negative one hundred eighty three degrees Celsius or negative two hundred ninety seven degrees Fahrenheit. Called Yeah Okay. I'm guessing that is not what you were buying in this bottle. She ice cream so that quote. I mentioned WanNa give a shout out that was from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's alternative money spinners from two thousand six on the reporter. Was Gordon Taylor. Anyway Ken Harvey Bad ass so he's the Australian doctor. He's a medical professor. He worked with the. Who to create ethical criteria for a drug promotions? Anyway he's been sued by like a bunch of homeopathy news like no. I'm not going back down. And he's he's been the Rawson Kerry of Australia and I love him. I'm in love with him. I'm marrying him Mazal. Tov thank you so cool. Also she recommends electrolytes another important thing for hydration which. Hey I'm all for that good job. Yep cavs some electrolytes some extra sodium magnesium and potassium. She recommended smartwater right. I don't know much about it. Jennifer Aniston Love said. I feel immediately suspicious of any kind of special chair but there. I'm glad it's smart. Probably Use Gatorade or some other sport drink as well coconut water I think. Oh yeah amount of it as well right. Oh yes. She gave us a really great advice for how to handle your own symptoms. If you're feeling sick she's got. I firmly believe in people's intuition everyone knows on a deep soul level. What is right for them? What is the medicine for them? Yes disease for them This is what I would call a poor idea. Yeah and I think that was kind of delivered in the context of talking about breaking fever. And when you do need to do that. 'cause she's offer leading the fever run. Its course and she had sort of rough temperature levels to look at. If you're a really small baby zero three months any fever probably tried to break it. Baby and listening to this podcast. That's what you should do. Break that fever and three to six months over one hundred point five degrees six months or anywhere through the rest of your life one hundred four to one hundred five degrees but then she was saying. You know what you'll know better. You know it doesn't matter what these exact numbers are. You'll feel if it's less than that and you're like this fever needs to break go ahead and break it this whole idea of you like having intuition about your health is good advice if you have been through that scenario before yes. This is our intuitions. Great ad is just recognizing shit's been through before ruined. Tuition is informed by experience and hopefully good science right. But if you're just like well I've never had covert nineteen or anything like it but spirit soul. What do you think Your Spirit? GonNa make some fucking guests and you're gonNA suffer the consequences so she had a few recommendations for dealing with the fever. So here you go. You can use warm and cold compresses. Good advice hydrotherapy and drinking water. I guess so I hope so. Yeah that would make sense Garlic remedies Oh yes she said okay. This sounded so gross. She said Oh yeah. Put it up against your foot. It'll burn your skin if you put it against your foot's right so take a sock okay. Fit your feet and socks then take garlic and put it outside sock on the Solo? Your foot then take another sock pulled on over that and by the time you smell or taste it through your foot. The fever probably will throw can. I'm just picturing having to get up out of bed and walking into the bathroom. You've got garlic foot so rose and you know what you're you're tasting because it's like you stink and now you see your body's telling you that you're tasting it but you're smelling fucking stink. Yes she says. Keep using it until it is so permeated you this gross coming out your mouth then she also recommended Ben Tonight Clay. So that's a clay that she says polls the fever right out of your feet or wherever you want to apply it. You can apply that clay. Great let's do it and then also EPSOM SALTS. I I never really was clear. On that weather you actually can absorb any magnesium from epsom assaults if that's gets through the skin barrier I would imagine so it doesn't seem like an extraordinary claim. I looked it up and it seems like like the jury's out. Oh yeah minimum. Really new so I asked her at this point okay. I'm trying to wrap my head around all this at once. So if the sickness is really in the energy body but Cova nineteen really is a virus. Does the virus attack that energy body instead of the physical body and then I said I know you can see viruses under a microscope. I assume you can't see the energy body under her microscope. Or can you having trouble kind of marrying these two concepts she said? Oh that's great question. So the energy body has the disturbance then that weakens the physical body and then it's susceptible to the infection in the fiscal body was a clever clever way to Make these things almost agree. Yeah consistent with what she was saying in the first class about this being kind of the iceberg above the water that indicates the iceberg below the wall. Right right so yeah by all means take care of these urgent physical symptoms but were really worried about the energy body but then she said something very perplexing what you know germ theory has really been debunked. Many time we're going. I don't know why we're still following that concept. Oh my God yeah. I don't think that's so settled as you as you were. Just saying Cova virus. Yes she just. What is Jermaine? Do what's what's injure. I have no answer for that. That would be her question to answer. But yeah wow germ theory off. That is that has been disproven so many times this is Rena and debunked I think she said Wow then I was like chatting and Oh wow. Is there any good reading on that? I had never heard that. And she said Oh. They're great whistleblowers. There's Sayer g from green met Info and Dr Kelly Brogan. Md They are the whistle blowers who are debunking germ theory. GotTa look up their amazing. I didn't spend any time with air. Jebron I did look up Kelly Brogan. What a Kook Holy Moly? She's promoting this awful website called questioning. Cova Dot Com. That's all up in five G. theories a lot a lot. She's anti vaccine she doesn't think. Hiv CAUSES A. She thinks that the drugs we used to treat HIV AIDS. She's a whistleblower. She's on the inside. She sees the corrupt system knows how they're lying to A. She owns a whistle. Blow that whistle and she says all diseases psychological so you summarize it all right thanks reno thrown out some other remedies things that people to ask about as well. She was also talking about getting more oxygen from hydrogen peroxide because it has extra oxygen H. Two O. Two. I was really curious about that. What are you saying? Are we supposed to drink? Your don't do that Yeah Yeah. That's the weird. The concept was sometimes. You need more oxygen than just simple water is providing where you putting those hydrogen peroxide. That's is that bleach. No no okay. Hydrogen at the stuff that people used to Gargle with right. Yeah okay barely. There's not too much support for what my dad used to do it in a wound. Yeah that can actually like really harm. I long ago when I remember I dropped a razor on my foot active forever. One step in that process was that the only antiseptic available where it was was hydrogen peroxide firms. Yeah Yeah I remember. Every time I got to cut my dad would pour it on there. You WATCH IT BUBBLE. It would hurt on again bubble. Her man they didn't do that. Many ads no. Yeah Anyway. Another question asked about the CIDER vinegar. I assume apple CIDER. Vinegar and Rena agreed with that. Oh yeah that's another good way to help with your fevers. Take a bath in that stuff. These people are going to smell. I haven't garlic apple cider vinegar. That'll be smelling. Good is really been the province of alternative medicine share enough. Will they do really good incense? Okay she was also talking about iron. And how you need to be kind of careful with that. She realizes that's important for the blood but it can also be constipated ing. In general. Whenever she would talk about supplements use more against the supplemental forms. Like wherever possible. You should get it from. The food wasn't a big fan of someone saying like Iron Pills. Say and this is one bit of good advice. You do want to be cognizant of how much you're getting. It's one of the few things that you can accidentally get too much of While she was talking about germ theory shoes talking about how some people are just not susceptible to Cova did and it all comes down to energy signatures. And so sometimes you're born and this is where it gets really hazy. She was saying. Sometimes it can be inherited through your genes. But sometimes it's just your environment. Yes okay wait this more somehow. You're just like you're never gonNA get Cova or you're never gonNA express anything with it because you're just you're kind of immune to it too bad. We don't have a way to screen for that right right right. We know risk factors and she called these sound like she was saying. My Azam's are these inherited susceptibilities or lack thereof. Okay and apparently this had been proven by some Dr Cock who had been a homeopathic doctor. Who proved you can be completely immune to something for example? He knew that his energy signature was not susceptible. Tb and so. He told right he drank a solution with TB in it and he didn't get it right. Yeah I want to know the real story there right. I feel like we're missing anyway. That's our analysis. So of course. What is the best medicine? Say It with me. Everybody you knew. It was coming announcement prevention. It's true pound of cure sir. She said prevention is not something we just do. One time same with your immune system you need to be you know constantly taking care of it making sure you have a strong immune system. Sure true and then. She said she's vowed that people are waking up to how we need to be supportive of our immune systems people just kind of use that phrasing for immune system saying like you need boost your immune system you need to strengthen or support your immune system. I've heard people who understand the immune system better kind of caution against raising because so many of our physical ailments and problems and auto immune diseases are the immune system being over active and being a little too boosted. Sometimes a healthy immune system is one that knows when to hold out. Yeah exactly so. Whenever I hear boost the immune system I think what does it actually mean. I think something similar. I always assume when. Someone's talking about like such and such makes your immune system or active. I think means you infected yourself which might be fine not saying it's not but like don't just leave it there. I need more details. I remember when I was in college. I don't even know if a proper study but some news came out. That was like eating. Your boogers is good for your immune system and it was like okay but that probably just means like there are germs in your boogers. You're day fine. I'm not saying that's necessarily bad. But like eating that hamburger off the ground right. Your your body's getting some low level experience fighting various microbes and later on. It's ready for them. If it encounters them in a more potent for sure should yeah. It's kind of like saying like bright colors stimulate your system. Well Yeah. I don't really know what you're going for. But that's true right. Yeah it's almost a tautology. Yeah it's obvious and not particularly profound right. Yeah so anyways. It's definitely wording to be cautious around to have a little red flag for when someone says something is boosting your immune system right. What does it actually mean? Yeah that said obviously want to eat. Well you want to exercise. Get a good amount of sleep. These are things that are easy to not do well affect your immune system which I think is where she really wanted to go which is fair and sign but she does have her own bootcamp specifically for building the immune system. So if this classes convinced you you can shell out. I think it was one hundred something for the bootcamp. Nice oh I gotta show you the screen shot of all of us in the in the chat. 'cause there's Rena hers only image that's actually on the only Webcam her sister the word iphone and then me where I am an ostrich with headphones on and I just love these were all the people partaking in the schoolhouse an ostrich. Rena her sister in an iphone for good. Yeah so then. She talked about constitutional remedies. Oh yes means you know this one okay? So constitutional remedies apparently are your sort of daily medicines. So the way that I might go to my doctor and he might say you know. It's good for you in particular. Take them mega threes. You should probably take those daily or Vitamin D. There's a common one that you know doctors will tell people like your blood tends to be low in it. Let's go ahead and have you take that same idea here that there are just homeopathic things that are good for you. Ross and not necessarily in order to form a more perfect carrying exactly the constitution all exactly. That explains the blank. Look on your face. Well you've figured out exactly carriers watching me work on what's happening so there. There's a test that they have to help. I guess get enough Info about you to build your constitutional remedy an h. t. m. a. test oh simplest hd mail. Yeah that's right now. This isn't a markup language. This is a hair tissue mineral analysis so I feel like I've heard them talk about that before getting this particular piece of diagnostic material from you. And then they can use it to dial in exactly what you should be taking every day that matches your energy signature and she had a list of homeopathic recommendations that I guess is kind of just sort of a basic kit that would work for almost everybody and can be tweaked though that included are Senate Com thirty by Romania. Thirty see once a day for three days followed by you. Potassium two hundred see once a day for four days. I don't know about you but my brain shuts office soon as I see that. I just think I'm not doing it. Yeah I mean fair too many instructions. You know this this for like once a day for three days and then this other random things. That's something you could excel at just excel. I don't WanNa do it? I guess I could. A number two was a no sewed. Yes yes so I think at this point. We're talking about both. What's good for you every day? And you've not get Cova. Nineteen so yeah the no so it again is like a homeopathic vaccine. She said you have to have a separate consultation with me. I can't just put this senior. Homeopathy kit I wonder if there's a law around this or just her special ruler. What yeah I wonder if it takes some special preparation or Ju Ju or yeah. I don't know energy alignment some piece like that. But I would suspect it's more along the lines of what you're saying but it's kind of like how if you wanted that preparation that included cyanide that she had to go through a separate pharmacy. She didn't have it available. Contact me on the side. We'll get you set up with. I'm guessing if something like that like no. It's kind of problematic. I Dunno speculation on my part what the deal is there. Because I don't want it that no soda and the third thing that you can do for the Kovic. Nineteen preparation is to follow the Cuban protocol. Yes so this is apparently allegedly. We haven't looked into this very much but something. That's some segment of the Cuban government is recommending for people to avoid cove nineteen to take these. Yes she said remedy. The Cuban government is giving this to their elderly I feel like if we looked into that we might learn more talked about it a little bit in the last episode and there were some good write ups but it sort of a dense and complicated situation. So I won't speak out my ass about it. I wonder how many homeopaths spend time studying Latin or just doing some introductory courses and land just to know how to pronounce these things. Yeah I look at it and think I could use lenten here. But the Cuban protocol includes Anna's Bari. Two hundred and that's the ingredient in a silo. Sim also Baptista Toria. Two hundred vast sill Lyneham thirty pyro. Genie him two hundred. You Pa- Torian PERF two hundred influenza him two hundred. That's interesting and our Seneca album. Two hundred yeah there you go do it like the Cubans. We have no idea if this is what the Cubans do. We just know. This lady says Oh by the way we'd mentioned a couple of times here. Axel Kock. Some oxalate in Numb. That's it easy for you to say which you've probably seen on store shelves. I picture a white box blew riding and then a band that goes from yellow to orange running across Knox and in this case. This is something you should not eat if you can't pronounce it true but mostly because it's nothing so it's a homeopathic remedy. That has nothing in. It did have something in it. Check out what the fuck it is. It's like a piece of ducker accuses liver. Yeah okay. Those gross mean pointless there right. I feel it's akin to our future situation where we'll have cloned meat meat. That's prepared you sort of vitro patriot. How you WANNA refer to it but the idea is hurt. Yeah you take one meet cell. And then you clone that and yeah. The animal didn't even have to die for that to get seated in this case. I guess you can have one very small bit of was that liver did you say. I figured if it's liver got or what whatever it is. It's awful boy wonder about that when they have a preparation called influenza two hundred that means that they just took a flu virus somehow they got their hands on that and they or someone sneezed into ninety nine drops of alcohol and then they did their succession thing. Yeah I mean that sounds like a no said I'd love to see how all of these were originated. Look what they actually did to get. These batches started well way. I'm waiting. Wow Right and looking at boy owns website. Boron the top maker of homeopathy. It probably in the world certainly someone you always see in the US influenza which is there. It's proprietary is a homeopathic dilution from the approved seasonal inactivated influenza vaccine so Taytay Vaccines Vaccines for a second. You're like Oh my God. The homeopaths are taking in there like hang on. We're GONNA put it in water and there were gonNA cuss it. Chilean fucking time off. And then we're GONNA put it in some sugar pills and give that to you. Get you have to have an actual doctor who goes and gets the vaccine? They must doubting this even happened. Do they have someone on the inside? Like a whistle blower. All we should call. I got belong to refund me one time. Oh remember that years ago. There's a video on youtube somewhere of you when you lived in the Hobbit home. Yep that's right getting them to refined you for your purchase. Needs no more explanation than that. That'll get people. Searching on Kerry hobbit how no getting colder carry Bill Moyer Bell. It's be are all. Gary doesn't want you to notice on all this is like I- i- endlessly crackup as she Fake Pronunciation Youtube. It puts out names and words that people commonly don't know how to pronounce like Brett Farve and so he was doing. It says both so very important. Justin BIEBER's jugie brutal brutal teen. Oh they just make me laugh and laugh. John Hodgman does a similar thing. Where if you donate during Max fund drive and Shoes Judge John? Hodgman is one of the shows you listened to. He will say your name badly on instagram. The Youtube Channel is pronunciation manual. It's hours long. I speak French. I'm going to stop this or I'll just listening to these for half an hour. Well you know what I could do for half an hour or an hour or twenty. Four hours make websites. I bet exactly. I could make websites. I can't get a frick enough. I know Kerry her energy signature. It's all about websites exactly. Ross I love to make a website like on a Saturday when you're like OPD and stick a load off. I've had such busy week. You know I'm an architect photographer. Producer producer producer. I'm an instructor. I'm a wedding professional. Emma restaurant I'm a bar a pub a wellness coach or I'm a sports team or all of those things coach and it's time to take a load off. I think I will make a website for myself. Yeah when you're done with the Brown paper packages tied up with strings. Hopefully there's a website inside of them and to create that dream that dream. That is a great idea. That doesn't have a website yet. You can make that real with squarespace that's right. You can create a beautiful website to blog or publish content. Have you heard about content? Lately it is blowing up. Its King And you can promote your physical or online business and a lot of businesses are online right now. That's true maybe you want to announce an upcoming event. Maybe you're doing your own cove in nineteen symptoms. Homeopathy class well You could promote that. I'm not gonNA stop you. But maybe a good way to get fifty five dollars out of snippets or one hundred ten dollars but hopefully you're doing something more legitimate than that squarespace gives you access to beautiful templates created by world class designers. It gives you powerful ECOMMERCE functionality. The new way to buy domains and choose from over two hundred extensions and twenty four seven award winning customer support. They got an emmy you guys so checkout scores based DOT com slash. Oh No for a free trial when you're ready to launch. Just use the offer code own no to save ten percents off your first purchase of a website or domain. Your daisy if you do so she also was talking a little bit about vitamin C. God Get your Mitzi. Yeah he's a complicated one. Yeah because vitamin C is essential. You need to have it. We don't make in our own bodies. If you've listened to my interview with Nathan lents our bodies used to make it back when we weren't primates and we had the coolest gene. Your cat does cynical. Your dog does. They make their own vitamin C. We don't so yes. You do need vitamin C. Good to get it through natural sources and you have to get it all the time because he keep in the fucker out right so all that is true and good. What does she say? So you WanNa take a whole bunch of it yet. A whole bunch of it see what she ranked five thousand milligrams daily which I guess would. Just be three to five grams. Funny when people do that I was kind of go back and forth on the way people talk about vitamins a lot of times. I'll hear people who are very science minded like us Say you don't need vitamins unless you're deficient well okay. Yes but it's also not that hard to become deficient temporarily and topping off the gas tank. Fine but then. Some people go to the other extreme. Like if I pack in a million grams of vitamin C all day I'll just get healthier and healthier and help. No no no no. There's an upper limit to what you can do here right. And she said that essentially you cannot overdo it with vitamin C. She said Yeah. If you get more than you need you'll pick out and okay if you add another Mike Gram per day and finally you start getting loose bowels. That's one to dial it back. This is my favorite thousand milligrams but that you want to get to what you call it. Foul tolerance so take these until bowel tolerance. Which is when you flush or well diarrhea so you keep increasing every thirty to sixty minutes and then when you find your limit because you're diarrhea hang then you go down one level and then stay there. Just take those until you diarrhea terrible advice especially if you're dehydrated. She gave us a couple hints in this talk. Bit English wasn't her first language. I mean she. She speaks very well but I didn't notice that at all when she was trying to think of cold compresses she was saying. Oh what's that English word for? You say she added compress so I wonder what her original she speaks. Very Good English right right right but just maybe she grew up bilingual. And just like. Oh maybe not like my one of my best friends leash is bilingual and every once in a while she'll be like oh you have the Spanish word. What is the English? They're just little word choices here and there that made me think I got some other language floating around in her head. But I'm sure we've mentioned this on the show before but the vitamin C. Fixation we have Linus Pauling. Thanks for who is a brilliant scientist and one two Nobel prizes and yet even he could chase this rabbit trail that was not productive. Not right around. Promoting Vitamin C. Is Kind of a cure. All and that's not correct Alls but now everybody has that so firmly entrenched in their minds feelings sick. I better start taking some vitamin C. But like I'm saying I don't think that's the if you've taken a little worse thing yeah chicken little. You might be top off the tank. You didn't orange an orange there you. How'd that's one of my favorite drinks can't get enough lemonade? Here's a little inside. Ross blocher tip your rec- Ross. Offer him eliminate or root beer. We'll be very happy about the situation. Favorite Drinks Martinelli sparkling cider third runs out the top. Three guys thanks Nice. Oh yes so then. I asked her well so wouldn't vitamin C. And all those things would they be stronger if they were deleted homeopathic. Because you've already told me on this concept good point and I said I mean you're talking about these really high doses of Vitamin D. Wouldn't that make them weaker? She's like oh no no no no. You can't do that because you need actual vitamin C. Yeah this one is. I guess very clearly tied to the physical body not the energy body. So that's where you WANNA use a real substance right which I mean. Good glad she's aware of this. But it's like okay well. Why do those behavior differently? And she's like I don't really know what you're asking. It's just just don't take those homeopathic. -Ly Okay well trying to form some internal consistency for you but forget it not taken. The Bank of Vitamin D is another. One you can't get too much of that. Is that true? I Guess Water Soluble. She was talking about like five thousand. I use daily goodness. It's a lot of Vitamin D. And again she'd prefer not be supplemental. But that's what you need. She said to also take vitamin K. Guess that helps fix it or vitamin K was like a good assist there on the body handling the vitamin D. Wait I am not a scientist but but I just looked up vitamin D and it says it's fat soluble so I don't think you do want to get too much of fat soluble vitamins right. I don't know she said to eat it. With fatty food So with some Avocados or something. Oh yeah known. The Mayo Clinic says Vitamin Detox Facility. Oh is a rare but potentially serious condition that occurs when you have excessive amounts of vitamin D and your body. So yeah you know look up. What the upper limit is before you go. Take it a bunch of vitamin D to prove a point. What else did she want you to take selenium zinc quercetin correct you. I don't know what that is a plant Flavin all from the flavonoids group of Polyphenols. That's boring okay. I think are like the B. Vitamins. It's a plant pigment okay. Found in many plants and foods such as red wine onions green tea apples berries. Ginkgo BILOBA and so on and some people use it as a medicine says web. Md Some people all right. She also mentioned annex barberie which sounds like a woman's name Oxycontin course classic and asked the no Tom and she said most people who take those won't advance in symptoms even if they have coveted nineteen. There you go there you go. We don't need any evidence of that. Just say it she also recommended zinc thirty milligrams a day. Not The worst advice sink is one of the few things that actually like may shorten the duration of a cold. Yes though if you overdo it with zinc I think you can lose. Your sense of smell have particularly heard that you don't WanNa do sprays up the nose. Oh yeah that could be potentially very dangerous. Yeah that's what I've heard. I don't know if it's true. Your mileage may vary. She'll still is that. She got advice from her spiritual leader. Oh Yeah what does that does that mean like a human or is this some sort of spirit guide. Well you never know. She said the spiritual leader said. That SUPERMAC is lock here for cove in nineteen right and she didn't seem to. I don't know that wasn't the whole subject of the class right. She didn't were true. This would be a big bomb right and she didn't seem to really talk about any more than that. It was just like. Oh my spiritual guide says this Take it or leave it so I did look this up. Okay Mac I could only find one reference to it and it was a Turkish website that I had to have google chrome translate for ago but it was saying that there was a religious figure in Turkey promoting this idea based on a dream. He had a great way to get info. Daniels it so another thing she said we could do is a terrible thing. Ohio's new wet some socks you put them on your feet. Car Menu. Put Wool socks over the wet socks. Why she loves doubling socks then you go to sleep. Wake up healthy by morning you'll feel better. This has been used for hundreds and thousands of years. I know immediately. I start picturing people from thousands of years ago with Wolf. So it's two bears of socks. Also something being used a long time doesn't tell you very much argument from antiquity Well okay your mileage may vary foul. Yeah you know that game. Would you rather my favorite question? I ever saw why it made me laugh so much. But YOU'RE OPTION WAS. Would you rather always have wet socks or always have air blowing in your face? Oh Air blowing in I face okay. Oh one hundred percent of those are both incredibly annoying. Sure but I'm a dog at heart. Okay all right. I'm not sure I mean if I I said when asked a Doctor? Listen is going to be glaucoma or try outs about a lot. But if there's no actual medical danger go go with the wet socks. So let's do it. They're both so annoying. Episode of this podcast. Would you rather card Ross read when he was in high school? It's funny though because air blowing in your face is going to come up at the very end of this talk. Welcome thank you. These are real podcast listeners. Not Actors what you look for in a podcast. Reliability is big for me power. I'd say comfort. What do you think of this? That's Jordan Jesse. Go Jordan Jesse go. They came out of the floor and down from the ceiling. That can't be safe. I'm upset. Can we go now soon? Jordan? Jesse go a real podcast. So also she was having a lot of trouble finding the chat window in this part of the talk. Oh my goodness yeah the whole time the crazy presentation with Zoom Zoom Zoom Zoom out and. It looked like she just had sort of a nervous tic where she just had to sort of. Scroll something or move around and say oh. I don't know why it's doing this. Then she would say someone asks a question and I can't find that yet. Where is it do I need to click out of here? And it's that thing that I don't know if this is a universal experience of someone about my age but where you have to convince your parents like if you're not sure what's happening. Don't keep clicking things. You're just giving the computer more things to do before it returns to stay so it could deal with this situation. I feel like there is a little bit of that. Yeah you're just hastening yourself towards the spinning ball of death right a program crash alright. So as you're going along and you're covered nineteen journey. You WanNA continue with the natural medicines. Hydrotherapy Kanat activated charcoal. And she says activated charcoal was great because it absorbs everything in the body good and bad and she said it's what they use when someone. Od's they pump the body with activated charcoal. Which if you ingested something Oh and you need to like physically collect it. 'cause charcoal is thirsty. Yeah it'll basically coat your stomach and block your system from taking up that drug but a lot of these are intravenous. You can't put charcoal and someone's veins seems like a real over-simplification speaking of activated charcoal and giving Ross lemonade. I remember during the remember that I know what you're doing. The amazing fact series one day carry brought me. This activated charcoal. Maybe it was a different seminar. Anyways IS LIKE LEMONADE. But it was dark gray. Yeah and carry the big rare. You get to drink gritty awful stuff. It's eleven it's technically eleven aid. You Love Lemon. Spend extra money to get you bad. Lemonade dollars good times. I think it was the same day that Kellyanne Conway I use the term alternative facts. Wow I liked it. These linked in your mind. Yeah 'cause I just remembered describing that to you being like what were so typically iceberg by the way while we're talking about od just decide now. It's something we don't talk about a lot so even though it's a little bit of a Segue is a good time to talk about synthetic opioids. They are now the leading cause of accidental death in the US more than car crashes. Yeah Oh so just a little. Psa here I think most of us have been affected at this point by someone. We love struggling with this. So if your doctor prescribes synthetic opioids for more than three days especially for acute pain like you know you just got an accident or whatever. It's a bit of a Red Flag. It doesn't mean for sure. Your doctors about doctor but like you do want to say ooh because that's about where your addiction profile raises three days. Your risk of addiction will spike quite a bit. So you just want to have that information. Be An advocate for yourself because this is a real problem states could advice. Says she also told us? Thirst is a good indicator for what's going on someone who needs for us will want to gulp down lots of cold water whereas someone who needs Bella. Donna won't want any waller tap for what it's worth also someone doesn't want like I guess right now. I need Bella Donna. Thanks. I'm not thirsty. So this is where she mentioned the eve. Ems Protocol again. Oh right now. What is that? So the East Virginia Medical School did put out this protocol. They have been dealing with a lot of cases of nineteen and had written out this protocol that she was quoting from. We talked about it in the first episode. They said something about letting the disease tickets. Natural course what they were saying context. Yeah they were saying you don't necessarily want to immediately intervene with reading support because that introduces a whole host of other issues. You're going to have to deal with sometimes. You will need to do that but you don't want to jump to it right so she took that tiny sentence about a natural course took it out of context and made it sound like they're endorsing homeopathy and fifty five dollars right so I said to myself I said I can find the source of that And I done did it turns out. This protocol was written by Dr Paul E. Merrick from Virginia Medical School. I reached out to him. I said Yeah. I'm taking this class. Here's how your quotes being used. I just wanted to see if you feel like this is an appropriate understanding of what you meant when you said the natural course seems to be the best. He wrote back and he said. Thank you for this without question. Homeopathy has no scientific basis has been shown not to work. She's obviously misquoting our work and we are not herbalists or naturopathic doctors. Please keep me updated about this. So shout out to Paul Merrick. Hello hello so when she brought this up again. I was like okay. I'm GonNa say something about this. So in the Zoom Chat I said Oh you know it's interesting you mention the VM. I know the guy who wrote that while we've been talking. I said hey this class has mentioning your protocol. What do you think can? Here's what his reply was to read that okay. I heard her reply to that. She didn't let it get her down too much. Oh yes she said something like. Oh okay yeah I mean people say all sorts of things out the door them all right and then you selectively quote them when promoting homeopathy clydes rights so then she also told us another we could do ozone treatments for example Don't do it guys saw. Don't do it so dangerous can be very dangerous especially the intraveneous gas therapy nimble yet. Those are bad are not meant for gas. Kill you right away. That's right but then she tells us what to do if someone is critical. Yes so yeah. Let's say you've done everything right of course because you're naturopathic doctor but what if someone gets to a really scary point where it looks like? They need hospitalization. Well first of all I'm not gonNA stop you from taking them to the hospital. If you feel you need to do that go ahead. You could just be aware as soon as you take him in the hospital. They're going GonNa take them away from you and you won't have any control over them anymore because you're not an appropriate person but there's some things that you can do if somebody is critical. You're excited carry. What can we do? Well thank you for asking it if they are collapsing. Passed out on the verge of death or just died you can give them corpse Reviver Corp survivor is that is that something. Not from the world of Magic Harry Potter. Her survivor brings people back to life. But only if they have just crossover Carbo veget- tablets is the name of the corpse reviver so like what potato got a lot of carbs chick. Carbo Vegetarian. Wait vegetate wealth. She went on to say. You know there's been times that it's been known to work and it's clearly not something that works all the time. Even in her estimation but hey vick just I'd give it a chance. Fivesome vegetation BILAS. I guess okay. Oh Boy Ron sells it. Oh good also known as vegetable charcoal. It is prepared by igniting. A pile of dry beach or birchwood which is then covered by a thick layer of soil. And then some homeopath comes along grabs that and success it the successes it says. Give this to your dad friends and this will revive you from death. Maybe maybe no promises. But if that doesn't work this is actually an either or do you know what the other remedy is if your friend has just died high potency of some other remedy cell salts. Frequently no hydrotherapy and oxygen drops insist on an IV vitamin C. At the hospital. What else can you do? Your friend is just died. It is good to have a fan blow in their face. Oh Oh oh. But if they're carried they've had it blowing in their face their entire lives. We're laughing obviously. This is a horrible situation. But just the thought of this hapless homeopath sitting over a freshly dead body pointing fan at its face after putting some pellets of what used to be charcoal earns burns or beat covered inside. This is going to revive him. Oh that didn't work. Does anybody have a fan? Imagine all of the funerals now. That are just going to be full. Homeopathy just below on everybody. It's interesting because I've heard that in Korea. There's a persistent fear of Fan Dad. Yeah that's all thing. Yeah so that would not be recommended advice for someone who believes that? Wow well why be dead anyway? So corpse reviver. Make sure to have that in your kit. Good God but yeah. There were some other recommendations for people near a state of collapse the ones I mentioned as alternatives including that IV vitamin C. And she was saying at the hospital. You know the doctors and nurses they may tell you know but insist on. It insists that they get a vitamin C. Drip on their. This reminds me of a story. I read recently for another project where a mother brought her adult daughter to a psychiatric hospital but she didn't leave in psychiatric drugs so she's like just promise me you won't give her any psychiatric drugs and the hospital is like okay. Ma'am because they have like a twenty five year old woman like the mother's not the client right and so they're like okay and the mother's writing the story but you can just see through the lines. She gets her daughters back. She's like she was so much better. Mike Everything was. They must have followed my advice because she was completely fine. They followed advice and did nothing. Right sometimes good. Hey listen experts. They did the right thing. She felt validated. Yeah and she was ignored as she should be. Oh she also mentioned that the whole in our atmosphere caused by depletion of ozone that is indicative of us all needing ozone because whatever happens on a macro level on a micro level. Push that right out of my brain. It's happening to the Earth. It's happening in your personal body right. Oh that's right. That's a really weird rule of thumb. Yeah it's like Asimo is more weird so because the the ozone in the atmosphere is over a different part of the show but isn't the ozone in the atmosphere actually high and that causes the whole Or will the ozone layer whole has gotten much better because we stopped using all of those aerosolize D- products good. I was really afraid of that in third grade so I'm glad to hear house quicksand doing quicksand still around. Beware but yeah. The ozone is one of those kind of success stories of US actually turning the situation around read fact full mass. Right feel better. Don't think it's completely out of the woods yet. But it hasn't improved does as a matter. Anything that's happening anywhere on. Earth is happening in Ross body so acid rain acid rain all up and you need. Do I need more acid or do I need less asset last sal? What'S THE LAST ALKALINE? Water? I like lemonade. I I bet she really does love alkaline water. I bet she'd be like that's a wonderful example. Deforestation shows that you need to eat more Broccoli Mill. Tiny trees I do Broccoli. I Love Broccoli. Oh yeah raw but cooked Broccoli And then yeah the KHUDA growl yes. They're grown feel now all she said and you can buy my homeopathic kit. Yeah for a mere one hundred and seventy six dollars and fifty cents with shipping and handling so. I got a request after for half of that amount. That's right this well we own we. Now have this hold on it. So what do we have here? Oh Okay we have homeopathy for covert nineteen related symptoms right. Because we don't treat a disease. We treat symptom so God okay. We have asked tonight. Oh two types of asinine one. That's nine I'm going to do that for everything. Great as a night. Thirty s tonight. Two hundred c the asinine tonight. Ten M anise. Barb Barb Okay. There it is aunt ours more like and are not cool. There's going to be like forty more and Dr and our Senate Com our Seneca senator more like Arsenio Hall about Tisza more this. Yeah sure Basle them. More like Basil of Baker Street Sarai and not lia more like Brogna fora done Carbo Veg Corp survivor. Ooh Yeah if we get that until one of US dies now if I keel over to be freshly out to take that everywhere now I love it. Someone drags me out of a pool somewhere. Don't worry way before you try anything else. It'll be put a pillow at this. It's kind of hard to identify these because once you open it up you just see. Let's see it's a grid of five by what is it. Eleven Chas seven eight nine ten ten fifty these remedies but it's just a bunch of black cats that look at an open it up open back again and right in front of you like handy box where the diagram is okay for you yeah. I was thinking battleship. But that's a better analogy. Okay there you go. That's how you can tell which one is which 'cause when you're in a hurry when you need to find that Corp survivor you WanNa find it right away. Okay carb the one in I got it. I'm ready to revive a corpse. Say with Carbo Veg. Picture that amazing. I'll just rattle off some others. Carbon Dioxide China office China O F. F I'm sure it's fine. You PERF Fareham Phosphate Gel. Sunny Hydrates status influenza. Oh there we go. I want to tell her like hey. Did you know this is the flu vaccine? Did you know that you're selling the flu vaccine? Justitia CARB LABELLE LA. You're curious. Oh nukes vomit. Cau- made out of vomit. Look this up. Nukes VOMIT CA. Contain strychnine Bruce Sign to deadly chemicals people. Use It for erectile dysfunction when it's in its actual potent form will. I can see why it's in this. Homeopathy recovered nineteen kit. One of the biggest problems with in nineteen is erectile dysfunction. Everybody's talking about it was forecasted. Phosphorus PYRO genitalium. Spur Gelia Stan. Them SCIATICA sick we skipped so okay and Sousa. And then there's a little tiny asterisk with the bottom that says remedies made with one hundred percent sucrose pellets. Meeting one hundred percent sugar pills all sugar remedies made with one hundred percent sucrose pellets. Paid one hundred and seventy six dollars and fifty cents for essentially very bad candy. Wow okay well. I don't know if our best purchase ever we're going to do it that well I think if we revived one dead corpse with that. That's it's money's worth it. Also Ross. I am willing to pay commitment here and now in this moment in time that if coverted nineteen has cleared up relatively well in twenty twenty one that I do at least a couple live shows. Yes and we bring our homeopathy. Kit are like it there. We go eric for it to do. We can share the love and the wealth. We go there we are. We are the proud owners of this health kit. We did not get a no sewed. We did not get cyanide. Terrible honestly terrible. But we've been wearing our masks. We're both doing okay. Yeah Yeah and we hope you are as well your masks and a few actually start to feel sick he call your doctor yes actual real medical call. I get the recommendation known. Just drive there all the all docker Ruru. Those are the rules. We don't make them but we try to live by a man I guess. That's it for this investigation. We washed in attended these classes. We learned a lot. I would say I did learn a lot about homeopathy. I didn't know before doesn't give me any greater faith in it. Though my faith in it has been reduced which actually makes it more Potent Bridge. Doing right there we go. The clouds was effective. She's a survey for him. I haven't figured it out yet but maybe I can say that you use it seems line is it anyway. She suddenly follow up there. It is okay cool. I'll fill that out too good well. Let's version or theme music by Brian. Keith Dalton our administrative manager is Ian Kramer. I want to thank Dr Paul Merrick. Both for helping us with this episode and for doing good work actually treating people with cove nineteen being a bad ass. You can support US net maximum fund dot org slash donate or slash. Join but you can also support us by giving us positive reviews sharing with your friends playing us in the car when you go on a road trip spread. The word. This episode was edited by Victor Figueroa. And you can focus on social media. You know. That's a good idea. Yeah we have twitter where ONO PODCAST. We have facebook facebook dot com slash on Rak. We share fun stuff there. Yeah check it out check it. Interact you know speaking of science. I just read a book about The study of alternative medicine. And it's as good or better than placebo is a very thorough. Look at that is very enjoyable. It was called snake oil science. Anyway I'm going to slap it up. Yeah we're GONNA find this on our books shop Dot Org store that's right. We've got a bookshop at bookshops. Yeah Yeah this is Super Fund a nice little bit of synchronicity. Carry had just found out about this. And then Mallory. Amirah of reading glasses podcasts. Also message me that same day and said Hey. We just created our on bookshop. And it's a great way for your listeners to support local bookshops but also to support you and so. I said why thank you mallory. I think we'll look into that. This is so cool because there are so many ways that we are all reliance on Amazon a company that I don't care for and this is a good way to instead support local bookstores while still getting that mail order experience. If that's something that you need especially right now So yeah they have like a network of different independent bookstores. That fulfill the orders. So you're always supporting independent bookstore and then on top of it. If one of your favorites saying podcasters curated a list for you. You can say well thank you a. for curing this wonderful things. I should read and beaver doing whatever it is you do. In general for example making show I love yeah and both are big book lovers and we love the same books and we love some different books that the other hasn't read yet so If you go to bookshop dot org slash shop slash Ono. Oh you can find our shared recommendations our individual recommendations and a right there at them to your cart so please check that out. And it's a work in progress. There'll be more coming and that's a way to support the show and your local bookshop all nonfiction. Do you have any fiction books at least one Fiction Book and mine is? I have the thrilling adventures of lovelace in Babich and a lot of that is fiction very geeky fund way anyways. Check it out and I do read. Fiction is just nonfiction is my drug of choice me too. But yeah the rupture of Canaan is in there in. That is so good. Who Maybe I'll put a prayer for on menial. I've already looked through the list of things that you've added and Oh good I'll be reading stuff off a bookshop dot org all right glass shops lascaux and what we're talking about it. Maximum Fun Dot Org. You can find transcripts of this show. That's right if you're thinking. Oh I want to read more stuff. I want to read this. Podcast reread what I just heard. Or maybe you know somebody who I don't listen to stuff they would be into a transcript. Send them the transcript but maybe encourage them to download as well so we still get that sweet. Download the transcript and remember from my old friend. James Randi I want you to know the four rules of homeopathy increasingly more embarrassing. The first one is that you do what they call a proving approving and homeopathy. And I've got going to go into all the details. That would take me three nights here. The proving consists of taking a substance. Will it substance X and you'll give it to a patient who is well that is to a person who was well now. That definition hasn't arrived. Maybe somebody who can walk and sit down and stand up again in. His warm would be a person. That's well I don't know but you give it to a person as well and that person develops symptoms. Abc Now will say that. The substance is the milk from milkweed. That must taste bad sap for milkweed. You'll give that to a well patient in approving and then proving the patient develops these three symptoms. A face gets very very red. Head swells up like a balloon and twenty minutes. He falls down on the ground dead. Now those are symptoms. You'd be likely to notice. I think you'll agree with that. So they write that down in the book that's called the proving. That's the first rule of homeopathy. Second Rule of homeopathy. Suppose you have a patient walk into the office and the patients just down says my sick the homeopathic for the patient and notices that the patient has had swollen up like a balloon bright Red Assez twenty minutes down on the ground dead faint and the patient looks at his doctor. Your wonderful yes. I do wait a minute to go through the book you find out what caused that in a well patient and then you give them that medicine and that reverses the effect on look at me. It's their idea and it's their idea not mine. I'm just telling you what is all about third rule of homeopathy. Says you don't do that. I told they got Sillier as they went along. Third Rule of homeopathy says that you give them a highly diluted mixture of that substance. You haven't heard dilution until you hear this. I'm going to step over to the board here. This is a simple mathematical okay. Ten to the power one is okay. We knew that ten to the power to is one hundred the number of Zeros after the one that the index refers to okay so ten cube ten to the third power has three Zeros added goes on and on Mike that okay now and homeopathy could prepare a solution. You take one part of the substance and you put it in ten parts of water and then you success it. That would be called a one solution. They never used that far far straw. Now what they do to prepare it is they take substance put in the water and then they success it that means shake up and down ten times sideways ten times and back and forth in China. Three different dimensions ten times each. That's KALSA session. I call it but I'm not scientific. So what do I know? That's one solution as I say. They never used that. Then they take one part of that solution and put it in ten parts of water and trigger. Took the whole thing all over again and they got a two solution. One PART IN ONE HUNDRED. You follow now. Then they repeat it one more time and they got one in two thousand but that's far far far too concentrated no. They prefer dilutions of one in ten to the twentieth parts of water. That's one with twenty zeroes after. That's what I call dilute. Attenuated is the term they use attenuated that really attenuated and the fourth rule. Homeopathy is if you weren't ready for it. The more dilute is the stronger it is. I told you they get sillier. Go along Strange planets technology and a fantastic vision of the distant future featuring Martin Star. So we're going on day. Fourteen shuttle still hasn't come opponent. Shera security system provides you with emotional security. You do threats go Kelham him. Can you disconnect me or not? 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Introducing The Dating Game Killer

Hollywood And Crime

09:12 min | 1 year ago

Introducing The Dating Game Killer

"Hi Hollywood and crime listeners. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer. The new true crime show from wondering the dating game killer transports you to the nineteen seventies when serial killers and paranoia terrorized America for years. Rodney Alcala Criss crossed the nation. Leaving a trail of mayhem and mysterious deaths behind him. In the middle of his string of murders he appeared as a contestant on the popular television. Show the dating game. How was it that a cold blooded serial killer made it onto a TV show that millions of people watched and no one could see what he really was. Alcala was one of the most deadly serial killers in American history. Police are sure that Alcala murdered five people but the real number might be closer to one hundred from wondering the team that brought you over my dead body in Hollywood and crime comes the dating. Game killer the gruesome story of the most famous serial killer that you've never heard of. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer while you're listening. Be sure to subscribe to the dating game killer on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening right. Now Warner dating thank you very much. Thank you welcome to the dating game and we'll get right underway. It's time to meet our first free. Eligible bathrooms for game number one and on September Eighteenth Nineteen seventy-eight millions of TV viewers tuned into one of America's most popular game shows in living rooms across the country. People watched as the stage set rotated to reveal the contestants who would vie for a date with the evenings first bachelorette number one is successful photographer. Who got his start? When his father found him in the dark room at the age of thirteen fully developed the lights came up. Is the camera moved into a shot of bachelor number one? He smiled wide at the audiences. Warm welcome nodding with self confidence. His white dress shirt was open halfway down. His chest is long. Main of curly. Dark hair was perfectly. Quaffed brushed back and cascading down his shoulders. A young lady for Game Number One. And here's A. There is a young lady with a welcome experience. Welcome if you will sensational. Cheryl Bradshaw Tail Cheryl Bradshaw strode onto the stage in a sparkling Midi dress with puffy sleeves and revealing scoop neck. Her view of the bachelors was blocked by abandoned. The flower power inspired barrier host. Jim Lane quickly. Explain the rules. She could ask the contestants whatever she liked except for their name age occupation or income then. He introduced the bachelor sound number. One would you say hello to Cheryl? Please? We're going to have a great time together. Cheryl and we in the style of the show. Cheryl's questions were playful and heavy with sexual innuendo bachelor number. One was particularly adept at matching her tone in Bravado and Double Entendre. He was comfortable in front of the camera growling provocatively and commanding her to get over here. He played to the audience and they responded a bachelor number serving you for dinner. What are you called? And what do you? Li- I'm called the banana and I can you be a little more descriptive. You'll be backstage. Before the show began bachelor number one's demeanor had been less engaging he seemed able to turn the charm on it will but it vanished as soon as it no longer suited his purposes as he and the other contestants waited to take their places on stage. He got in the face of one of his rivals. I always get the girl. He snarled his is dark. Empty pits dating game and Cheryl. We reached the moment of truth. Is We collect? You've heard from the bachelors. You've got some great dramatic presentations and good answers. But now I'm GonNa ask you a question we'll let be bachelor number one baxter number two or Bachelorette number three in. Its thirteen years on the air. The dating game had introduced America. Too many guests who go on to celebrate it careers among its alumni. Were Farah Fawcett Burt. Reynolds and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Tonight's lucky bachelor would be no exception. Within a year his name would be known nationwide though it wouldn't be for landing his own movie contract rather he would be known to law enforcement agencies from Hollywood to New York and his dating game. Appearance would become legend Spots are through the windshield from half a block away. She's carrying books. No doubt on her way to school as he angles closer to the sidewalk can see her lips. Moving in an improvised little tune when the light changes to read he pulls to. The curb leans across the front seat. He knows how he needs to sound practices modulating his voice for every occasion. He will be the adult authoritative yet. Non-threatening the kind of person her parents have taught her to obey. He rolls down the window and smiles as she looks over at him. He motions for her to come closer. He offers her a ride to school. As if it's the most natural thing a daily routine she tells him she's not supposed to talk to strangers and continues on her way. He inches the car forward alongside her. Doesn't she recognize him? He asks she looks back at him and he scrunches his shoulders as slightly dejected. She doesn't remember him. He tells her he's friends with her parents. When he sends his her uncertainty he knows to back off. Just the right amount. Pull don't push touch? Don't grab. She stops and leans toward the window. He tells her as a picture. He wants to shore. Her parents have seen it already and said she'd really like it. Where IS IT J- asks? He smiles again and reaches for the door handle knowing he's almost their duty. He says making it as casual as possible. He can show it to her on the way to school. This is the critical moment. He knows the slightest off. No reaction from him will scare her away. 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Introducing The Dating Game Killer

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Introducing The Dating Game Killer

"Hi Young Charlie listeners. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer. The new true crime show from wonder the dating game killer transports you to the nineteen seventies when serial killers and paranoia terrorized America for years. Rodney Alcala Criss crossed the nation. Leaving a trail of mayhem and mysterious deaths behind him. In the middle of his string of murders he appeared as a contestant on the popular television. Show the dating game. How was it that a cold blooded serial killer made it onto? Tv show that millions of people watched and no one could see what he really was. Alcala was one of the most deadly serial killers in American history. Police are sure that Alcala five people but the real number might be closer to one hundred from wondering the team that brought you over my dead body in Hollywood and crime comes the dating game killer. The gruesome story of the most famous serial killer. That you've never heard of. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer while you're listening. Sure to subscribe to the dating game killer on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening right now was dating the dating. Thank you and welcome to the dating game. And we'll get right underway. It's time to meet our first. Eligible bathrooms for game number one and here on September. Eighteenth nine thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Millions of TV viewers tuned into one of America's most popular game shows in living rooms across the country people watched as the stage set rotated to reveal the contestants who would vie for date with the evenings. I rat Alexey Baxter. Number one is a successful photographer. Who got his start when his father found him in the dark room at the age of thirteen fully developed. The Knights came up as the camera moved into a tight shot of bachelor number one. He smiled wide at the audiences warm. Welcome nodding with self confidence. His white dress shirt was open halfway down. His chest is long. Main of curly. Dark hair was perfectly. Quaffed brushed back and cascading down his shoulders lady. Jane Number One man. Here's here's a young lady with a wealth of experience. Welcome if you will sensational. Cheryl Bradshaw Cheryl Bradshaw strode onto the stage in a sparkling Midi dress with puffy sleeves and revealing scoop neck. Her view of the Bachelors was blocked by BEND IN THE FLOWER. Power inspired barrier hosts. Jim Lang quickly explained the rules. She could ask the contestants whatever she liked except for their name age occupation or income then. He introduced the bachelor's number one. Would you say hello to Cheryl please? We're to have a great time together. Cheryl and here. We go in the style of the show. Cheryl's questions were playful and heavy with sexual innuendo bachelor number. One was particularly adept matching her tone in bravado and double entendre. He was comfortable in front of the camera growling provocatively and commanding her to get over here. He played to the audience and they responded a bachelor number. What serving you for dinner. What are you called? And what do you look like? I'm called the banana and looking really good. Can you be a little more descriptive backstage? Before the show began bachelor number one's demeanor had been less engaging he seemed able to turn the charm on it will but it vanished as soon as it no longer suited his purposes as he and the other contestants waited to take their places on stage. He got in the face of one of his rivals. I always get the girl. He snarled his is dark. Empty pits flocking. Back to the dating game and Cheryl reached the moment of truth. That we heard from the bachelor's you've got some great dramatic presentations and good answers. But now I'm GonNa ask you a question we'll let the bachelor number one that's number two or Bachelorette number three in. Its thirteen years on the air. The dating game had introduced America. Too many guests who would go on to celebrate careers among its alumni. Were Farah Fawcett Burt. Reynolds and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Tonight's lucky bachelor would be no exception. Within a year his name would be known nationwide though it wouldn't be for landing his own movie contract rather he would be known to law enforcement agencies from Hollywood to New York and his dating game. Appearance would become legend. Spots are through the windshield from half a block away. She's carrying books no doubt on her way to school as he angles closer to the side walk. He can see her. Lips moving improvised little tune when the light changes to read he pulls to. The curb leans across the front seat. He knows how he needs to sound practices modulating voice for every occasion. He will be the adult authoritative yet. Non-threatening the kind of person. Her parents taught her to obey. He rolls down the window and smiles as she looks over at him. He motions for her to come closer. He offers her a ride to school. As if it's the most natural thing daily routine she tells him she's not supposed to talk to strangers and continues on her way he inches the car forward alongside her. Doesn't she recognize him? He asks she looks back at him. He scrunches shoulders as if slightly dejected. She doesn't remember him. He tells her friends with her parents when he sends his her uncertainty. He knows the back-off just the right amount pull don't push touch. Don't grab. She stops leans toward the window. He tells her is a picture he wants to show her. Her parents have seen it already and said she'd really liked it. Where is it asks? He smiles again and reaches for the door handle knowing he's almost their duty. He says making it as casual as possible. He can show to are on the way to school. This is the critical moment. He knows the slightest off note reaction from him. Lewis scare her away. She looks at him and he widens is in a welcoming signal. She opens the door and slides into the passenger seat even with her in the car. He knows it's only the first step. She can jump out at any moment so he needs to keep monitoring his every expression and gesture his voice off. He asks her about school. It's okay. She tells him he turns off. Sunset and the traffic is lighter. She's distracted now looking at the window when they turn onto delong pray in West Hollywood. She says it's not the right way to school. He tells her to stop off somewhere for just a minute when he pulls over in front of the apartment complex she looks around at the Unfamiliar Street. He smiles again. He knows how critical the next few seconds. Are there fifty feet from his door? She seems concerned now. It only be a minute. He assures her promising to get her to school on time.

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Part 2: Rotten Tomatoes Game + News (ACS Feb 22)

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Part 2: Rotten Tomatoes Game + News (ACS Feb 22)

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We're discussing movies with similar. Titles put different plots. For example. pineapple express is a stoner action. Comedy starring james franco and seth rogan. More as the polar express is a kid's christmas movie starring creepy cgi. Tom hanks for each round will ask you. Ask for your score for both movies. All the scoring will be the same. Just have extra movies together this week. Got it hopes. Oh here we go first. America's sweetheart sandra bullock stars is. Everyone's favourite party girl until she steals her sister's wedding limo and winds up in court ordered rehab. That film is called twenty eight days but don't confuse it with twenty eight days later. Violent zombie movie about a rage virus that destroys the world from two thousand twenty eight days and from two thousand and two twenty eight days later guessing scores for each entry. Yes what year was this. Sandra bullock thing. He thousand two thousand. I didn't see it was syria service. Now yes i saw this it serious inasmuch as is like a movie about yeah. I thought this was up. I mean whether you take it seriously as a different story. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have wait and i think it was. I think the question i heard was was it serious as compared to twenty eight days later i was. I kind of remember her doing this kind of you know that leaving las vegas kind of thing or something you know where they get they get a little bit serious about stuff all right. Well they like sandra bullock and shit like the theme but nobody cared about that movie. Think about this. We had two movies evaluator. So we're just gonna ask into twenty eight days later. Yeah scare the shit out of me. it's pretty intense. I was house sitting in a house with no furniture when they moved in and sat on the cold marble floor and watch this alone. It was horrifying. This is danny. Boyle's like yeah it's after trainspotting and all right guys You guys in yes. I'm gonna go sixty three and eighty eight. Yeah twenty days is not a good movie. I went forty eighty two. Wow sort of right along the lines with adam. I have sixty six eighty one. Twenty eight days is rotten at thirty three percent. Twenty eight days later is certified fresh at eighty seven percent by with throw out the low score and we move up where i read this. I was wrong by the way not married to farah fawcett their partners partners of next we have the perfect movie for a dude's night out featuring illegal bareback knuckle boxing british gangsters and a stolen diamond. I own this movie. Unfortunately will be open to the blockbuster. Dvd case turns out put another movie in their mother daughter. Comedy starring schumer about south american vacation. Gone wrong so what will it be fellows from the year. Two thousand snatch or from two thousand seventeen snatched good well. Everyone loves trainwreck. Wreck and then it was sort of payback time. I snatched and you know the thing about like. I saw snatched like on an airplane or something. It's perfectly serviceable. They're both good. You know it's got some funny stuff in it it just just you just wasn't it wasn't well received and that's just how our society works at the rally is as it was fine but it shall be punished Snatch was good and well received snatch at once. I mean i loved. I loved them so for that. I'm going to go thirty seven. Eighty-six yeah a critic close eighty-one for snatch and for snatched twenty five. Yeah i i went the same direction widen little bit from my last score. Snatch eighty nine snatched twenty nine. Brian said eighty one and twenty five correct eighty-one for snatch twenty-five for snatched. I'm sure atoms were reversed by the way. I'm sure i'm just sorry. Okay okay. Which ones are adams again. Thirty seven eighty six. You can do the math okay. Snatch is fresh seventy three percent thought should be higher than that and haven't ninety. Three fun movie agree snatched is rotten at thirty six percents. Our next films are fantasy adventures. But make sure you read the fine print before putting it on for your kids. One is either way snatch is like what are you looking for out of a movie critics tons of fun. You know what. I mean like and smart like the plots fairly intricate the characters or colorful like what what does not to like about snatch is it of like low seventies. Yeah all right sir. One movie is a charming jim. Henson movie featuring creepy goblins and magical musical numbers with david bowie. The other tells the tale of sadistic army officer trying to quell a guerilla uprising. While his daughter encounters nightmarish creatures. On a quest for immortality from one thousand nine hundred eighty six labyrinth and from two thousand six pan's labyrinth did you see pan's labyrinth brian. Of course you. Because all i remember is i must have been going to a lot of movies. The arc light In hollywood because they would they had these massive displays and interactive displays for pan's labyrinth than. I thought i should see that never did. Why does david bowie. Tina turner's hair esther. Her eighty six. All right and don't forget did say jennifer. Connelly from pan ran from labyrinth. I don't know anything about labyrinth. Sadly there's no genre that my own either pan's labyrinth was well received right is that is there. Something foreign about that del toro. That's one of his early movies. A couple of points for being a town or spanish language movie. I'm almost positive. Okay well if it's spanish language i'm gonna attack on a hundred i okay. So i got labyrinth. David bowie at forty seven and i got pan's labyrinth that ninety three i went. I have no idea about latham drawing dead on this one forty eight for labyrinth pan's labyrinth at ninety nine. Oh shit it's beloved. i. I like to be a lot and i'm in the minority who love it all right. I went to high for one too low. For the other. Then labyrinths seventy pan's labyrinth seventy-nine labyrinth is fresh. Good seventy two percents. God guests autumn forty seven pan's labyrinth is certified fresh at ninety five. Wow it's beloved. Wow well that was. Kind of a push gina but Good on the first one and finally it doesn't really matter which one of these you put on your going to have a good time. I in action packed. Remake starring gerard butler and featuring computer generated battles with ancient greek mythological. Creatures the other is a heart tale of football family and redemption from two thousand and ten clash of the titans from two thousand remember the title. I was watching well. I wanted to watch white house down. But instead i watched condors fallen or what the hell was one of the other one of those fall. And but it's one of the was the girard. Spot olympus has fallen. That was the first one i think. So i said Sunning i watched at and then i was like all right the next night we got. Watch the second white house has fallen movie with jamie. Foxx any fucking. He like hip shamed me. he was like. Why don't we watch a good movie. I was like he when he mean stuff's exploding all over the place. You're gonna love it. It's like could watch like twelve angry men or something good. I was like a boring. I wanna watch it blow up literally. That's one of his favorite movies like he wants to. He wants the fucking kid wants quality. And i'm like no we gotta he wants he. He he wants to watch. Let's see twelve angry men. You know full metal jacket. The mentoring candidate i honestly. Yes one. Floor the cuckoo's nest. This shitty wants to see not for me. I wanna see the white house blow up two nights in a row. When you weren't here the other day. I think you'll agree with me and i i've just i'm testing this theory. But adam said the other day that they wanted to go by director and start watching stuff by the same director andy. I just watched literally everything. Not just batman everything. Christopher nolan has ever done and i think that would be a great one for sunny. Don't you think. Modern ozzy loves old movies. Neither here nor there. But they're engaging yeah thoughtful for sure that they have one where the koreans tried to take the white house. Now chris. Chris can look this up as long as we're on the i should mention this. Our guest tomorrow is scott glen. He's promoting a movie called greenland. Which i think is directed or written by the guy who did fallen. That's the reason. I bring it up and started gerard butler. It's almost shockingly good like adamu show watcher for tomorrow show if you have a chance maybe tonight or listeners checkout greenland. I was very pleasantly surprised. Very pleasantly yeah. Rick roman wa has both all right so clash of the titans. Remember the last one. The clash of the titans kind of movies. I just i don't watch any of those kinds of movies ever This is a fairly close game. So this may Dismayed decide things here. I think i need to make up a little ground and remember the titans. Is that story. Yes added integrated by the way we also said gerard. Butler is not gerard. Butler sam worthington. I have no idea. I couldn't tell you who's in movie all right. I'm newly locked in. Okay guys locked in clashes got forty nine. Because i have no idea and remember the times. I got seventy seven okay. Thirty six for clash. The titans eighty even eighty remember night. Goldilocks over here. Splitting the difference. Thirty seven for clash of the titans. Seventy four for remember the titans. Everybody closed clash of the titans is rotten twenty seven. Oh wow brutal remember. The titans fresh at seventy three percents so glad. I asked if it was a true story too far off as score we should probably filibuster for awhile. Gina grad winning score is one hundred grad consistently on the podium. Time and time again your score of ninety three you firmly on the podium dot gonna win with adam curle coming in with a score of which is going to place him on the podium as well. Oh yeah it's also in the nineties. Oh yeah it's followed by an eight for third place man. I'll take podium interesting bald brian. The only one left at he beat gene. Ninety three. i'm rusty. He's back in the highlife. Seventy five or the win. Both brian game. That was fun. Jesus christ i have not tasted victory in this game and feels i mean. It's been months now all right. I vowed a comeback. I vowed a return. I'm gonna macarthur returning to the philippines. Next time we play this came. I'm going joe namath. I predict a victory. I guarantee i guarantee your victory. Oh yes all right. Let me tell you about head space. You got ten minutes. You can change your life head space daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations. 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Meditations for every situation is the best deal offered right now head to head space dot com slash adam. Today all right. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back and do the news right after this break. We're crime protest politics. But she crass stuff. It's some of the the news with gina grad. Well let's start with something that nobody ever wants to see. Thirty thousand feet in the air or looking up the air. We have a couple of different piece of footage for united airlines flight from denver to hawaii had to turn back to a heavy may day as it was called By the pilot a passenger captured the moment on his phone. As one of the plane's engines caught fire and begin to fall apart after it departed from colorado on saturday. And we're just showing you A little bit of the video of what. It looked like sitting at the window seat. It's this whole thing collapsed in front of you. And if you have that still large pieces of metal debris landed in neighbouring of the neighboring city of broomfield which had people on the ground running to shelter to dodge debris suddenly plummeting to the earth. the air Sorry what may be even more surprising. Is that united said There were no reports of injuries in the air or on the ground. That's what it looked like shocking. That held together like credits. A whoever you know. Rolls royce manufacturing the engine. That's that's wow. Yeah and i'm getting more credit for didn't blow up now credit cards well to do more things. Those who did not wish to get back on the plane were given hotel accommodations but united says the majority of the people got right back on to go to hawaii. Get back on a plane planes right but to get back on a plane right after this. Meanwhile united says the best time to get back on the odds of again united will immediately halt all flights. Say this. i'm sorry the i'll fleets of this seven seventy seven all twenty four seven seven seven. It's a couple things one is. Here's a sad thing for the people who chose not to continue on to hawaii. There had to be very small part of them that was rooting for the plane to crash. Because let's face it five hours later. Everyone's just having fun in maui and you're stuck in denver you gotta be like lock this place. It's going to be little party this little part. There's a crash. Landing would be nice. I am so amazed that planes are able to fly on one engine. Is you think about it. The way thrust works ones all the way on one side and the you think of just go spinning like a boomerang. Fly on one engine is insane to me. Thank god they can and yes seven. Seven seven's used to be new but they're probably good twenty years old now. yeah well in also Remember thank god. This happened when it did not. When they're just way over the ocean and at that point you have to make a choice. Do we keep going or not so at least it looks like they literally. I mean they were still in colorado. Do you think that if you're sitting by the window and you're watching this engine flame out. Do you think filming. It is a distraction that gives you like almost a duty like something to do versus someone who just sitting there freaking out. Third knows against the window absolutely and psychologically you might feel just a little bit more removed from the I could see that. Yeah so oh yeah all right well good. And how much further. They fly on before the they're still colorado. Yeah they went from denver to wherever broomfield colorado is. Turn around okay. So i want to thank mr vinnie for this. He sent this to me the other day. And i thought oh this is you gotta see this so ritchie cunningham. You're familiar with y'all american teenager from the From the happy days show of course that was all about the nineteen fifties and taped in the early seventies poster on his bedroom wall. That if you watch it on. Tv these days has been blurred out. It was fine then. It is not fine now. Any guesses on what poster has been blurred out raquel welsh. In at that wasn't the movie wasn't yet someone who's no longer pc like elvis's about example. But take any max. Pat already told me so. It's the confederate flag. So you see it in this image right behind him and it looks like what does it say the indy five hundred or something. It's a it. Looks like a racing poster. Yeah and it's right behind him in his room which we didn't see very often but you won't see it if you're watching it on. Tv from now on the flag on post will be digitally blurred whenever it appears on the On the network. And it's not just a richie it's one of numerous judgment calls. They're making as the chicago based tv owner Brought of systematically scours library of reruns from the sixties seventies and eighties despite offensive stereotypes and objectionable material. They say they're doing this to be responsible not reactionary. There was a easter eggs. Picking of Posters it's been long enough since i've spoken about the love boat. I believe it's been almost twenty minute. I have to speak up feels like a tournament. I was watching an episode of love boat. Where marion ross. And tom bosley or whoever played his dad where a couple. Yeah on the on the boat right as mr and mrs c no as another couple is another couple from somewhere else he was they were not. They were not then. Well i off work well. Happy days was supposed to be milwaukee nine thousand nine hundred eighty three nine thousand nine hundred eighty one love boat so got a winner. It wouldn't have worked but you can find that episode expat anyway. There's this part all right. If guest starred andy warhol andy warhol was on the lubbock. Oh yes okay now. He wanted to photograph marion. Ross but she had a secret from her man. Tom bosley because she had been in a scandalous. Andy warhol film twenty years earlier thirty years earlier. Of course she wasn't nude or blowing anyone but her hair was dyed a funny color and it was a scandalous and she couldn't let andy find her like on the boat. But andy of course was gonna photograph someone and make a poster of someone on the ship and of course he went the fifty seven year old chunky. Marion ross and like i must have you and then tom bosley was like not. My wife will be the scandal of the town. He was like sold hardware. Tractors like a tractor salesman in town in that case and its some point. He's saying to her. He goes if you are posed. For andy warhol. My clients will never understand the townspeople understand. Think about our son chuck. They said his name. Like i don't know why you wouldn't say mike. Our son will be shocked. And i was like. Oh chuck was from season one. You went upstairs and happy days. And that was the love. Boats weird little easter egg. You didn't you know you if if it wasn't you wouldn't say his name go. What about the kids. And they'll be humiliated. Our son chuck so some writer. Thought it'd be funny to toss that in i had to. I don't know who got that other than me. But i got that i did. I gotta see clip of andy warhol doing the lump that seems to mainstream for him to lame first off you. Bite your tongue number one. That show is too good. For andy warhol. Okay i'm sorry is too good for andy warhol. That's years should be working right. He was on there like barely saying anything. Just kind of being weird had a head as little entourage hall. It's it's nuts. Everybody was on that show at some point. I i'm sure andy warhol looked at it as a kind of a sociological experiment. Or something like this. Show this bizarre show that has captured the imagination of america. and he. he's on it. You can max a paddle find it. You'll find it. Sorry well by some time here. A couple of couple news is it's official. Prince harry and meghan markle are no longer working members of the royal family. That should has done so. According to people magazine the couple will lose. The royal patronage is which represent their involvement with numerous charities that were given to the couple by queen. Elizabeth harry is also expected to lose his honorary military appointments when the couple stepped away from the royal family they were put on a one year probation period that ends march thirty first. According to an insider the queen's view that members of the royal family can't be half in half out you know they can't represent the queen while also pursuing their own financial goals. I i wanna hear from megan's dad king ralph. I feel like he should weigh in on this shit right. I think you're right. This is probably going to be addressed because oprah scored the tell all interview so get into it. I don't know are we done with these people. Just not interested. Oh what you're just born into something. it's like. I think the reason we kinda like tom brady's because he wasn't born with seven super bowl rings. Like you gotta to get it. You know i. I mean i don't know i know i sound like every other guy but i think i'm done with the royals. I have never ever cared about the royal family. A it just doesn't interest me and be. I know english people who are like fuck them. Why are we paying for their. They're not interested either. But this is interesting because to me because you know the whole meghan thing is like oh a foreigner an american whatever but now they've been ousted so you know the shaking things up aspect of like this. This feels like news like they're no longer allowed to be part of the family. We'll be fine. I think the land other feet. So yeah got andy warhol. We're scrapping throw perry. We hurry in anytime. Surreal so another couple. Kim kardashian has filed for divorce from kanye west. the two have been married for seven years. Four kids this is good. And i'll tell you why because they're both gonna move onto another equally insane relationship that we can all enjoy right. It's either one of them's going. Marius civilian now right. This is gonna marry weird and something crazy and who the hell knows you know what i mean. We she's got to marry jamie fox or something like there's got to be something good for us right. Essentially now we're going to have to crazy couples to keep your wealth. Yeah and well. That's speaking of spreading the wealth. You don't hear this very often now. We'll see how long this lasts. Nobody's contesting the prenup on either side. They've already agreed to joint. Legal custody with the kids Staying primarily with kim. And you know this could be over fairly quickly which you don't hear very often through both superwealthy right like what is technically wealthier than he is. But they're both mega millionaires billionaires. Aright is she. She's she's a little old for the nba baller anymore. Right like a little forty forty. Does she throws a curve with some like sixty one year. Old pudgy white other way going down. Thinks she's going the other way. I'm going down i'm going like you know a twenty two year old stud. I agree because her her family and the little sisters would be like. Oh can ill so they would never be dating. But does she end up with some greek tycoon or something or does she go with like buzz. Simon cowl or something. Something weird and interesting. I i say my prediction is the next. She's is linked with is is is going down the ladder. I have a new prediction after what you said. You've turned me around. She's going to go from basketball athlete to basketball owner. That i could see what's his name. Sterling stone the clippers sterling. Donald gone roger. I don't early listen. I forgive everyone. There's there's officially too many celebrities and like there's wait. There's so many car makes that. I don't know the number like the s t. s. or is it the cd acts or the fbi. There's so many models of cars now even me a car guy can't keep track of and there's way too many there's way too many Celebrities now how you doing scrubbing through it max status. I think we've we've found a scene with andy warhol in and joy. Enjoy andy warhol on the love boat. Everybody could i talk to you. Mr warlock excuse us just horrid. I'm mary's husband airy marina del delray. Mary tells me that you wanna paint texture. Well it's nothing. Personal mr warhol. It's it's just that we come from two different worlds. And i don't wrong. I'm flexible. I mean i could even go for something like that. If you could do that sort of thing it would be different story. That's mine that's good. Thanks wires laughing. It's bizarre right. Yeah right exactly. Says though. David lee accident. Yeah yeah that was we're talking about. I wouldn't have liked. I wouldn't have been able to watch that persona loan at night. It was too. It's also like we were kind of talking about You know good housekeeping and stuff like that you know from the fifties and the sixties that kind of stuff went into the eighties. Tom bosley. you're not painting my wife. It would be a scandal a scandal. If you're not not nude or anything just weird. Did no one object to the to the bizarre premises in the writer's room like why would it be a scandal. I think the most famous painter in the world your wife. It was literally first off first. Premise andy warhol's taking a cruise. That's number one number one is he's going on a princess carnival cruise. He's not ready suspended disbelief. Yeah he's not with. David geffen in italy of the mouthy coast. He's just taking a commercial cruise as antiwar. That's i have to get our then. Marion ross was the star of one of his weirdo avant-garde sixties movies share. And she's also taking a cruise and she's married and trying to live a respectable life and is going to be outed by andy warhol on the cruise. Went and the movies are showing on the cruiser. Her weirdo avant-garde andy warhol sixties creation. I love it notes. That's how easy would it be to right for these shows. The bat early super my theory is out of their mind on cocaine like you know just like chewing on their lower lip on. Yeah okay. it's good it's good. Let's go but who cares. What seems like besides andy warhol he might be the only exception. It doesn't matter what celebrity you plug into these storylines. God there's totally interchangeable. Gotta find me more or i need more cowbell anymore and he. It's not that he can't act. He has difficulty speaking right. Yeah all right. Chris you just tell me when there's more and i'll stop what i'm doing i mean you ever. You wouldn't believe it right. The difficult to believe that aired on on national television and the left track seemed so inappropriate. That sounds like why lies. Laflin line oh please should be about the love all about love all right. Let's do another one all right. Well this this is pretty crazy more so because we have footage a tv news reporter in ecuador went from reporting the news to being the news when an armed robber held him and his crew at gunpoint on live tv. And i'll show you in a second. So soccer reporter diego or no allow was delivering a live report outside a soccer stadium when this guy runs up to a point as gun and demands their phones after someone off camera hanover. Thousand dollar cameron asked for the phone. Yes the robber. Re runs off hops on a motorcycle. Drives away but the cameraman keeps rolling follows the thief as he got away. So you see the whole thing It's unclear police have made an arrest yet. And there's there's going to be a lull when the camera guys kind of changing after him but it's worth it. I think the whole thing is like thirty seconds. Here's a clip. Took runs away runs down the ramp. Don't stays on running down the ramp era. This'll order following him. Yes and second. They're at the underpass. A look as they see him with his going ped- you know you wanna live in a country. Were crimes committed using mopeds as get away vehicles. That's that's a bad place. That's a bad jacket. Yeah the when. They took the camera. Yeah and when they also brought the prostitute out with the buk-ku sucky fucking that had to explained. You know running on yeah got anymore. Andy warhol i'm still looking. I mean love boat has three storylines going on at once. And i think this is c story. The blocks snake is to just want to say how honored i am that you chose my wife mary. Maybe you two would like to get together with us here in. La the ship we booked passage on the very next cruise. But you've already see the sights. Hardly be worth getting other big. He's watching amy more hall in his bohemian. Group of gay is in supermodels. Invited the sixty three year old couple from the midwest to hang out with them in la. I wanna i wanna hear that one more time mash. What universe. With andy warhol bay like algae come hang out with us an ally his mouth and even want that to come out of it. That's that's how he said it. He's like his mouth was. I was fighting him. Listen turn it of your. Maybe you two would like to get together with s here in la. Maybe you would want to get together with us in la. You think andy warhol would be direct -able like do you think someone's haixia took to elicit dot performance out of andy warhol. We can always pull you back. Can you give us a little more. This is crazy. We were jacking nuts in it in the seventies and eighties. Everything was nuts but also said at once said a thousand times. This is what no competition breeds. This is what you end up with. Three networks. I'm i'm babysitting. I was telling telling sunny. I was like what i would do. A dollar an hour. Go to the neighbor's i'd sit there. I'd watch you love boat. He took a dollar. A dollar an hour sounds criminally insane to create a criminal. Yes dollar i would get paid one dollar an hour and i would just sit there and watch these shows because there was that was it. There was no other form of entertainment. God forbid i try reading. Hey here's a hypothetical for you. Since i know you're the kind of man who has to answer. I got one that i think most be unanswerable. Who is blow my dad all the time no way. I'm having sex my mom story. It's not going to do it. I gotta blow my dad. Okay which actress would you rather have blow your dad. Which one is less matronly less matronly mrs c cunningham or mrs garrett mrs see less matronly not in the clip. We just saw dog with the rollers and the fifties close gary back alive and different strokes and different strokes. Oh galls i miss. Garrett was a little shorter and a little thicker little squatter. Yeah and yeah. I i'd say mrs mrs garrett was a lou little marginally more matronly and i. It's unclear who would want to paint her weight. Didn't scott glen play The artist what's his name. The pollock yeah. See plants ed harris. Oh not screw. How many for an oscar. yes. I get my clients in my gym may have played him in something else. You're right that was ed harris. I think. Get my scott glenn's in my ed harris mixed up. Sometimes were they both in the right stuff. I feel like they must've been i guess. Got glennon sam shepherd mixed up all right. Yeah they're both in the right stuff or they're both in the right stuff. Harris and james woods ever do a movie together because as a kid. I couldn't i got them all the time know and also i think glen was the name of an astronaut to sean glenn. Now totally screwed gina grant. Okay you know what. Because i didn't get to it earlier. I need to have a need to have set. It will end with this one. So dolly parton. She continues to be revered by many a national treasure so much so that tennessee legislation had been considering elect Erecting a statue to her but this is what makes her an angel like the medal of freedom that she didn't want she doesn't want the statue she asked them to. Please stop with the statue. She tweeted it and said. I wanna thank the tennessee legislature for their consideration of a bill to erect a statue of me on the capitol grounds. I'm honored and humbled by their intention. But i've asked the leaders of the state legislature to remove the bill from any consideration. Given all that's going on in the world i don't think putting me on a pedestal is appropriate at this time. I hope though that somewhere down the road several years from now or perhaps after. I'm gone if you still feel. I deserve it then. I'm certain i will stand proud and our great state capital as a grateful tennessean. In the meantime. I'll continue to try to do good work to make this great state proud. Well there's always some no wrong. i'm we say this the dalai. There's so there's never a good time to put a statue. There's always some ethnic cleansing going on. You know there's always some shit going down in the world right but wait for the all clear isn't this is so sweet i'm so humbled and leave and let them do what they wanna do. Does she really mean it. Though and well they listen like you know. It's sort of like a double down as things where it's like. He gave one of his employees. That was Had a son that was stricken with cancer. He paid for his whole hospitals but said he didn't one hit what we know about it. You know what i mean like. There's a lot of that. George steinbrenner paid for the whatever and he told them that. I don't want any press. I don't want i'll do it anonymously and i was like. Yeah but i know about it right so something somebody squealed. I mean i look. I'm still glad he did it. But i always kinda you hear that like this guy paid for this but he did it. He didn't want anyone to know about it. But we know about it. You know what. I mean so the only thing better than having a statue of you in front of the state house. Is you protesting vehemently about the erection of the statue ride. You're right so might thing would be like. Are we doing the statue of the ace man in the heisman pose in front of north hollywood high. And then they'd go. Yeah and i'd go a done deal like no return like we came back yard actually working on it right now. The metallurgist is actually fashion case. I forbid you for making thirty cleared. i mean with all that's going on in the world. I think what it would do for the community to have somebody to be a lot of on after i meet my maker and the dust is settled on my life. If you still feel f- see fit to get the man out there there's a letterman jacket and lebron's well then so be it. But as long as their kids that are hungry in this country and around the world. I say now. We poured the concrete on the on the platform. Two days ago. it's nerdy. we'll let it be known so this is good but the better not be fucking statue because she can't get both be the hero and the statue only you only me. That's my point so we're just forgot to follow this one up. Okay trust me. i'll be on it and this is a me so i don't know if it's real but it was going around saying something like dolly parton is a multi is a millionaire not a billionaire because of the work. She does for charity now. Wouldn't you like that name to be going around in on the can make them right to. What is the. I feel like the over under on statues. 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HR 3: What is going on with NBA fans?

Mason & Ireland

40:10 min | 3 months ago

HR 3: What is going on with NBA fans?

"Three o'clock growl. Tonight is the night it is game. Five in phoenix lakers and suns. And i think we are all feeling as though tonight with anthony davis out. We're going to need a vintage. Lebron james performance to be able to win this game tonight in phoenix. This is when having lebron. James means everything. We've got them. They don't our guys had experience at this high leverage in high leverage situations like this. I love our chances tonight. I love our chances tonight. I do i and in a lotta people are saying. There's no way the lakers can win this game. Without anthony davis really we have lebron and we have a really good defense and they have never proven that they could win with everything on the line and they've got a young team let you know. Don't ever underestimate the heart of a champion mesa. Lakers are not going to give up this title without going down without a fight. You know they're gonna fight. And i was the game with starting now. It starts in exactly four hours. I wish it was. Now it's coming we'll have it for you. Five thirty pregame. Spock in the jock. Seven o'clock is tip off an incredibly important game now. Lindsay has been all fired up on the story all day. Long i i will be honest. She's brought up repeatedly. So i want to bring it up. Lancer you ready. i'm ready. Kaizer and kristen cavalieri this from the quarterback and reality show a star. They have divorced in april. They announced their divorce in may of last year they re revealed a joint custody agreement. So that's good now. She started a brand while they were together and brand is called lindsay. What's the uncommon james uncommon. Yeah so he now wants half of that. He wants half of that brand. Does he deserve it. All right question for you yup. Dtn half of his nfl money when they together and he was playing quarterback. Well think about it. No were they together while he was playing quarterback so when he oftens she probably got half of dan. Sure but she didn't. So what am i. Guess what. This is. What i understand i could be wrong but from everything i read. It seems as if they had a pre-nup before they got married but he cheated on her. She she alleges that he cheated on her and she wanted them to. Avoid the pre-nup due to Marital conduct so they ended up settling. They didn't enforce the pre-nup nor did she get half. They had some kind of settlement. Where she he bought her a house and they parted ways and everything is good so he did been child support right. They have kids yes they have. They have three kids. That i'm sure he's still paying child support on now. Here's the question does he. Is he entitled to half of her brand which see started while they were together while they were together while they were say. I'm starting a brand. But she she had plans to start it before she met him. She said that she started it with money that she made from her reality tv career that she earned long before she met him. She said that he invested zero money into it and had nothing to do with starting the company. He never worked for the company he never had any type of intellectual property involving the company had nothing to do with it. Let me say. I think he's worth like fifty million and she's worth like thirty million. Did you really need. It doesn't work for people. Like jeff bezos and building when they started their companies with the before their wives and when they got divorced. I am a huge chunk. Klay different thing. She earned while they were together. He gets half of now. Moving agree moving forward though. That twenty gets tricky. Yeah because apple. They're divorced now. I think that that. Why would he claim to it now. Yeah well because in other words. When i said that's it we'll see was there for the creation of the coastal for twenty seven years of right seven years in about the same thing for the company was it was. They were married for like three years. Really go any money that all these companies have to have books. I mean they have to pay taxes so any money income that she derived from the company wall they were still married he gets half but what about the company that is continuing to make money now. He was there for the creation of now. That's that's not the argument. He wants half of her company. He thinks that half of the company belongs to him. I grenade. they're not talking about money. He wants half the company. I think that's bs because if this is the other way around it would be a no brainer. He made way more money no because he's made way more. I don't need it. This is jamie in court. This is a bought the dodgers while they were together and she claimed that she was entitled to know. It's not it's different because she created this company on her own with no money from him. No input from him. She completely started the company on her own and he makes more money that her. Why does he need money. Why does he need to own. Half of the company agree with you that he comes off looking bad here. Lindsey despite how much money would you give melinda gates of bill. Bill gates one hundred and forty million dollar path of it. They were married for like thirty something. He started a company before they got married even more so these started that company before before they got married and it got successful when they went through the argument the way you would lose in court is that jay cutler's lawyers would argue. Look because jay paid for everything else while they were together it allowed christian to start this company in other words j. Paid all the bills. He paid for the rent. He paid for the kids. Schools paid for kristen had no expenses because they were married. She took all of her own money and dumped it into this company. Jay provided for the families. so he gets. I would say well. I was married and i put up with him cheating on me for all these years. So that's a moral argument. Say we'll tennessee's no fault divorce state where they live right. There's some there's some merit to it if they didn't get the pre-nup enforced and he had to settle with her. Then i would say fine then then void that settlement want half of everything. Here's the thing she don't ask if this was the other way around we'd all say of course she deserves it. No no i disagree because if she was worth hundreds of millions of dollars it's different her. She's got her company that's worth this monitor millions. He's made way more money than her. He doesn't need her money. We do not gonna make a difference to him. Invest money wisely If he's made like sixty million dollars just off his base salary maybe he blew it on the other girl. You never know all the more reason. So i brought this up a minute ago it's marilyn monroe's birthday would have been her ninety. Fifth birthday michael's yes. Yes certainly one of the most Famous most beautiful women in his pinup girls. We used to call him girls. Yeah so here's the question. Who is the single. Most beautiful woman ever to walk on planet or we're talking about the same comes into your mind so many of them talking about a subjective topic. Everybody's got their own choice. The yeah ava gardner a faucet. Tyrod taylor one that popped into my head mace because i saw her. I've seen pictures of her when she was younger and saw her when she was seventy. And i'm not kidding. This woman at seven. I know exactly pinup woman. Guess what you're talking about. Yeah she american. No no is she italian. Yes sophia loren correct yes. How's that for an answer to answer. Yeah she's she's definitely in mount rushmore mace night. And i think that's you know who else looks unbelievable for her age. Who women when you say for her age. Have you seen jane fonda recently sheets. That's a that's a joke. That woman doesn't age. She gave a speech one of those award shows. And i'm like damn. She is really impressive. she's i think she's seventy five years old. Yeah of course she's older. Or hey what about Speeco for your girl. Oh yes. I'm high looks good. And what's the other one The what's the other girl Crews not oh baron speak up you know no man for sure you're your there's nothing to say about those women you gotta you gotta speak up for them. As reported by racquel welch boys she would be at the top of a lot of pa. I'm i'm interviewing friday. I'm interviewing and margaret. She won. She would have held that title farah fawcett fair faucet. Yeah read about our thinking about fair foster. Did she think about what the hair seattle here you know. What i think about is fair. faucet was i mean interf- inner time was just an iconic. I mean i think most every kid my age has got a faira faucet poster in their bedroom she dies on the same day that michael jackson. That's right yeah so she got overlooked overlooked complete right. Yeah that would have been a very big deal. Had had michael not died on the same day. She was at at one point at the top of her fame member. She had that poster that everybody had. Oh yeah everybody that red bathing suit. Yeah everybody had their poster all right. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven. Seven seven ten. Espn want to chime in. on that. Or micro. I wanted to talk to you about the naomi osaka story. Which you've been very opinionated from the start we'll get to that coming up to mason and ireland seventeen. Espn i getting ready for game five. You'll hear it right here on seven ten. Espn another weekend of crazy fan behavior around the nfl or the nba including a moment where someone threw a water bottle and it went very very close to kyrie irving. Here's what kevin durant had to say about. Just your your thoughts on just again. An unfortunate acting van was arrested. But just what can be done about. You know again protecting protecting players in situations like this has got to grow up at some point. I know that in the house or year and a half with pandemic a lot of people as a lot of people stressed out. But when you come to these games got realized that he's he's these men are human. You know we not animals. We not in the circus You come into the game with not all about two as a fan. So how some respite gain harverson respect for human beings. It has especially yourself. Your mother won't be Proud you don't what about the basketball players and spinoff players will toss and popcorn so And and enjoyed game bigger. Getting what is causing. 'cause i mean maybe i've missed it in the past but what is causing this unbelievable explosion in bad fan behavior or was it always come on orlands. It always there was always there. Okay we'll louisville but explosion we're talking about. Let's see the guy in new york. The guy in philadelphia the guy in boston. That's three people. Let's add up those three games. I would say on the average there were forty five thousand people at those games and three people acting like idiots. What you time. When there were incidents like of course. I've seen things have thrown at football games because of a players players and baseball games and basketball arenas always an idiot in the stand with explores this three three people out of forty five thousand. You also had the guy who ran on the core. Fda washing. Let's see okay. Four people all right so let me michael. The it lasts a week last week. I said one way to solve this would be to publicly. Shame these people to when they do it released their name and and ramona and lindsay said no. You can't do that because you would ruin their life. what do you think. Oh yeah if you do something like that you Throw something at a at a player. Yeah nothing i'll put them in. You get arrested anyway. So you might as well put their their their. It's a if you're the police blotter. It's public knowledge if they arrest you correct and the other thing is it's it's a deterrent. If you know that's going to happen you know your name is going to be out there and and face think twice about your behavior. of course. I bet this one brandon tierney who hosts a radio show in new york use word. Espn bit now hosts a radio show in new york with barber. The old new york football player tyranny has a radical solution to this. But when i heard it almost thought you know if you allowed it i bitch. This behavior would stop. His solution is whoever they act out against all right so somebody dumped popcorn on russell. Westbrook's spit on trae young. Somebody threw a water bottle. I don't know who they sue the water bottle at in in the boston game all right. The athlete gets thirty seconds with the fan under the tunnel. What do you think that's kind of stupid. Well i bet you'd stop doing it. You know what though he's out these could fight. There's only one athlete. You all within basketball. The rest of them. who knows. Maybe it'll get no michael. There are two. Oh who's the other one adams of james johns these guys fight. They all talk a big game. But come i wanna fight be apart. Beat me up to but no. That's stupid recommended. The charge in the kyri incident is assault rightfully so in a water bottle. Hurt him tonight as they say it could have been. And the reason looked. The spitting was worse. Yes spitting terrible. Yeah that's true. Here's the thing with kyrie thing. It's partly because he jumped on the lucky. The leprechaun logo. Yeah so what. I liked that i liked the car. Right don it. It's called lucky the leprechaun. Yes relented real. Kevin garnett took exception to that. But i like it part of it. He's a grown man and he's mad because they stomped on the of the team could be upset with roy being added. Lynn davis says you step on rocky you step on everybody who ever played for that team that great though leprechaun carello stepped onto star right shorts t took offense to it. Kevin garnett. so nobody's gonna say anything about kyri stomping lucky which is going to act like. We didn't see that can't do that. That's cool on any level. All buddy should be better up on lucky. The leprechaun remember when janas arctic aku poe. He sat down on the court in philadelphia celebrating on the logo and did like a little gig on the logo. And hopefully the sixers to remember that when they see milwaukee in the second round by the way michael it looks like joel. Embiid is going to be out. Five of that series does do. The sixers. Beat the wizards for that. Mb they still do it but it gives washington a lot of life. Lotta life go to the game five. They could win that game if they keep it. Closest filing ben simmons keep putting them to the line. Yeah boy. Ben simmons ben simmons now. You've always defended ben. Simmons is an all star player in an in an elite player in the nba. Be those things. If you can't make free throws shortly remember guiding him shocking wilt chamberlain. Three elite workday isn't ben. Simmons shooting like fifty percents Terrible i mean shock so you wouldn't call shock elite or we'll chamber but no but white house. Mvp years when he was a winning mvp everyone mvp did he did with Didn't even have people don't think he won. Mvp never did defensive player of the year. I more time but that he was first team all nba multiple times. So yeah you can't shoot free throws and he can't shoot. Three's well who cares three three threes. I saw you guys care about three three threes. This how you win games and by the way it's getting your son is everybody cast shoot them come. What's his big record. How many three seventeen. Threes and fourteen threes in his record in the for a playoff michael just threes threes. Threes game is so boring now seen once seen them all. Except the kinda right liquors better make tonight though. Make this theory a better. Make some of them better. Make some of them. I saw michael analia. Soccer has dropped out now of the french open and she revealed publicly for the first time. She talked sort of generally about mental health. When she originally said she wasn't going to speak to the media she was fine. Fifteen thousand dollars and then ultimately dropped out and talked about some long bouts of depression that she's been dealing with who handled did. Did the french open. People handle this wrong. Yeah i think they handled it right. You got to face the media if you're a an elite athlete or if you're an athlete party obligation party responsibility all the meteor ashur mason an ireland lindsay. They're just asking her about what does she basically. How did they go at work work today. What did you do well. Or what didn't do you do well at work today. This nothing personal or intrusive in a personal life. They're asking about it. Strictly business mike. Have you ever been depressed of well. Someone dies of course no depressed for a long period of time. Now i try not to be. I tried to be optimistic. Retired michael was over little things but you try to bounce out of it quickly. I know everybody's different. Yep mental issues. Like i said if. She's not depressed that she shouldn't be on a tour. She needs a needs to get away from whatever she's going through in life and just shake they should have made a dispensation. I think they should have said you know what we'll find another way for you to make yourself available. John ireland mentioned earlier. How about how about didn't wanna talk to the press period. What about email. What about he said nope none of that. You just talked about we need to. We need to take people's mental health issues more serious. You're saying just don't shouldn't have played in the first place slow. I guess everybody can start just mentally stressed out. I'm not going to go meet my my Media obligations everybody's going to come out and not everybody but some people might issue with an issue. That particularly has great stigma to it even to this day. You're gonna come out and say i was depressed. I have anxiety i've got. You really think people are willing to go out there and play mentally. Tough place serena in the final. You can't answer some questions about the final after you're done. It doesn't make sense. Well her her thing was more of the pre- media stuff saying that like people put down into her head because she said people. Are you know a lot of times. The media will ask questions and they put down into your. And i don't she. She was saying that like i have no no need or want to serve anyone who doubts me as a professional so she was basically saying like. I don't wanna address all the haters. Well wait a minute does not to everybody. You don't wanna face questions about why she's not been successful on clay. And why this time it'll be different comes comes with the territory. The greatest of practically the greatest male players only won once on clay and filled numerous times. They ask him. I'll come. You can't win on talk about roger federer right right part of the job. You're not always going to get roses and candies at every question talking about your job. You're going to face some criticism critiques from the media. That the rhino does there have to be a blanket. Rule like you must do the media every time to exception otherwise. You can't participate. Why why can't people just like take it on a case by case basis and say and see what's going on to jump to conclusions to that restaurant chart shoe one hundred bucks no matter what you know going in going in for when you join a tour or professional you know you know. I said this earlier and i kind of agree with it. This is the life you've okay. Then why does the nba fine guys. When i go to the post game interview same thing if a guy said i'm having emotional problems right now would he be excused. Not not for an extended period of time. They would excuse them. Maybe for a game. Yeah but yeah. Like kevin love did it and he was excused going. They were good. You're right and people were supportive of him. They were there. He was like one of the first big name athletes as the three major sports. To come out and say something about. How could you let the media doubt your your Your abilities the media come on. She's a great player. Probably the best woman player in the world. Serena can't beat her and you're gonna let some guy who writes for the new york post but doubts in your mind. Michael does not. Everybody is tough mentally as you. Some people deal with real issues. Michael right but if you guys realize lindsay and may said if you give her a dispensation if you let her not talking to me then you have to offer every other player in other words if you were having mental issues and if somebody's willing to come out and say you know what i'm dealing with the long depression right now i don't. I really having hard time dealing with the media. I think that's okay. Remember we live in a world where. There's still a great stigma around talking about your personal mental health so to me. It's a point of courage that she's willing to do it. And i don't believe everybody will fake mental health issues in order to get out of. Maybe i think too well of people or expect too much people. So i don't think anybody's gonna come out and say yup really bad doubter. Depression and the only reason. I'm saying this is because i want to get out of the interview. So she social this apply for wimbledon and the us open to us. Yes basically she will never talk to the media again. Then i think they could take it on a case by case basis and have some type of sit down with her and the leaders of the tournament can talk with her investigate. What's going on. See she seeing therapists. What's going on. Like i don't know maybe that they can work. Something out. tennis will go ahead and they they'll be you let us know when you're ready to talk basically that's it yes. I think i think john link. John said they could've handled it much better. They could have handled much better. They could've they could've found a way instead of. I think everyone that fine at the end of the day i said this earlier i think the fringe open meets naomi osaka more than she needs. It got really yes not really no because the french open is going on just fine. I'm not watching it. Hey the only way. No there is a french open is only soccer story. What no clue you. You'd never know in the french open. Play knows no clue well. You're not a tennis fan fan but it's this story has introduced a lot of people tennis because it's a it's a good debater. Well you know. As as much as i love serena serena's the biggest woman star in the history of tenement. She loses early in the tournament. The other faces. That's coming on the scene and go. This is intriguing. Says other people watch even to use a tennis fan but like to the average fan who watches. Espn and other sports. That isn't superintendents like me. Maybe like mason. I might watch if like people are talking about it. And it's all over sportscenter. It's all over social media like hey to check this out and see what all the fuss is about. But now that she's not in it. Like i'm not gonna turn it on. You're not gonna watch serena at at thirty nine to see if she could win the the french. I'd missed all over major championships. Michael serena yeah. I've missed all. How could you do that. I'm just thought a tennis fan. Mcenroe at cardozo plan. You win a tennis fan. I i liked connors because he was always getting into trouble. I liked mcenroe but that seems to be a thing of the past. Well these guys doll and federer intrigue all seem very polite to palladio to play coming up next. I was challenged to try to nail a vocal nail post in an introduction so are has lined up a song. We will try to do that next. See if my dj days are still with a an unbelievable piece of seinfeld trivia. John that i'm not sure if you know and your big seinfeld gal be surprised if i don't know it we got that coming up for you. Mason and ireland seventy. Espn yeah did michael thompson get a look at my. Golf swing looked at it. We don't have a we. Don't have a review of my golf swing from michael thompson but ireland. Your review is good. Good solid left arm straight. You got a good finish. I think you're onto something there. Far-right awesome so earlier today. Lindsey was talking about me as a ninety. And it's a fact that i was a ninety s dj. I was a program director and deejay in toledo ohio and ninety. Three q wr qn. How's that go again. Ninety three two. Wr so cheesy so jason. So here's a little bit from earlier. Today maintain nineties dj guy. What does that even mean. What does that mean. We come back with his music. And what's up. People gathered around you jam now. Yeah might as well intros them. Huey lewis and the news. Don't even get me started harder. Rock and roll. Do not even get me started on harder rock and roll all right so there it is the challenge has been laid out or hey of heart of rock and roll. But i got something else here. We go ready. You got some goes seven ten. It is the mason and ireland show. We are getting ready for game. Five lakers vs sons tonight in phoenix suns or a four and a half point favorite. Now here's huey lewis in the news and the hard rock and roll you. You stepped over that. What what song was that. That was back in time. And you give me around the vocal. That would have been fired. I would have been fired as you're not play harder rocking his up. I told you this was going to be the song. I told you this whole time. You told really screwed this. You did your that only what he asked for. That is terrible. You gotta have the feel for the song. Ninety three to huey lewis and the news challenge. Jeez i clearly lost a challenge. All right so john. Here's somebody didn't know about seinfeld. Do you know that it started in ended with a particular line very first episode very last episode. I didn't know that but they know what it was about what the line was about it. Okay i saw this on tiktok the other day my mind it has to do with the positioning of the button down dress shirt but a don't know what the line is. We actually have the audio. Here's from the first episode. And from the last episode. Juno in the tv show seinfeld the first episode and the finale started and ended with the exact same line of dialogue in the worst possible spot. The second literally breaks shirt look at it too high. And if we go to the finale that button is in the worst. Possible spot really. Oh the second button is the kiba literally makes it breaks. look at. it's too hot there. It is so no-man's-land at is yeah. I knew i knew in general that and it wasn't exactly the same but it was basically. Yeah yeah but there are you guys by the way. What was the final verdict. On the french thing i watched it i i thought i liked it more than most people did. Yeah i thought it was boring. Af i kind of liked it after watching it like the beginning of it was kind of boring when they're all like oh so long i'm gonna cry. Just go on. Just go jimmy kimmel. That's basically what they did. They did a little talk. Show thing with jim it. You could have easily done that on on jimmy show. I thought it was cute. How they did like lady gaga smelly cat and then they had the guest stars. Command like ross's parents and i thought it was good. I thought it was cute. Yeah did not work for very very easy. Two and a half million for all six of them. They each paid two and a half million. Did they now good for them. I'm glad i look. I'm glad to see david schwimmer's getting work. Well you you know what's funny though over the network. Mace none of those six ever. After work again the result is alone are all set. Yeah never never. And and i thought that obviously the two that have aged the best were swimmer in jennifer aniston and then the other four aged. Well lisa kudrow looks. Great courtney cox looks good and then matthew perry and matt leblanc kind of. Take your pick matt mets. Getting big about stan. Van gundy worried about matthew. But hopefully he's doing okay. Jennifer aniston has stood the test of time. Yeah it looks great. Yeah they're coming up next for. You is game of games in his brand new months last week. Who ended up winning last month tied. No lindsey one as gets a co champion. nice nice. Well month of june. This month of mace. You gotta get in maine. Y'all my record. I have such a tough memories situation. I don't recall all right. Thank you for reminding me. Nathan ireland seven ten. Espn yeah it is game of games. Time is a brand new month coming off a month where and john ireland tied for the win. Very impressive a good run. Michael thompson is here. Michael you underestimated. Horray ended up going away with the coach championship game so easy. Okay okay mr too easy. Let's see how you do today right here. we got it. As a game of mason ireland jeopardy ireland lindsay mt and all play and your name is your buzzer to answer in the form of jeopardy. Answer in the form of a question. And i'm going to be. We're going to be really tough on that. We're gonna be a hard ass on that all right here. We go. According to the old expression. This is the best policy ireland Say that i please live here. The speed give lindsay diva to dispute. Lindsay is honesty. What is honesty is correct. Lindsay's on the board number two. We know her by her nickname but according to the songs she started her life. As just jenny on the block. John was who is jennifer lopez jennifer lopez absolutely correct ireland lindsey. One i said at first. It's the poem that has five syllables. Seven syllables john john. What is a limerick. No lindsay lindsay. What is a haiku haiku. Yet or on the board. Five syllable seven syllables. Five syllables. Just went too easy for you. Michael i do. Yeah right michael you awake. I was doing. He's googling here's number. Four he is the wwe star famous for saying he was the best their eagles clinical. Who is who was a who is bret. Hart bret hart is absolutely correct is he. Is he a guide that passed away. No he's he's still by the way when. He says that he's totally wrong. You're wrong all right. So it's lindsey to ireland one michael thompson. Hey yet the board yeah. It's the movie that starts with a long time ago. John what is star wars. What is star. Wars is correct. Ireland to lindsey to michael thompson one hor. Hey yet to score told you. You can't win numbers. He has the second most stolen base in major league. Michael who is lou brock. Want this baseball. Fans pastic pole. Yeah so it's ireland to lindsay michael. We can't let michael win. He'll never we'll never hear the. Let's see baseball. Did you know that about lou. Brock baseball writers role especially on the number of biological for kris. That kris jenner had. John john that she had with robert kardashian. It'll ask the question again right. That's i don't know the answer is four. what is for. Yes that is correct. I let you stumble around on now so much for strict and all that stuff. Yeah you know what. I'm taking that point away giving okay. We'll give it any breaker tiebreaker. Yeah you you're stumbling around. And buying time here. Here is the tiebreaker. How many acting credits jennifer lopez having. Imdb page ireland. I'm going to say seventy one lindsay. You don't have to answer this question. What holiday lindsay fifty fifty. Michael thompson you to be closest all right on it. Close close to my number forty truces without going on forty-three forty-three correct. Answer hundred and twenty. Two ireland tried to screw me out of it and i won anyway michael. You serious michael was talking trash games too easy. Yes i'm telling you. Hey by the way. Mt who have thursday okay and Linder frame to good games. Yeah your last. Two games have been excellent. Yeah hey by. The way can update on contagious. Called real hopeless. Both dave mcmenamin and adrian margin ascii two of the foremost authorities on. All things lakers. Say that casey p likely and expected to play tonight. Would they still. Michael have not issued anything. And anthony davis. I'm assuming he's out. Aren't you sean out to be out all right. The point reported enough that you know what would said very pessimistic about just. It doesn't sound like it's gonna play. Michael word of the points come from if it was averaging thirty two game in the two games. The lakers one. Where do those points come from. Thirty from lebron twenty drama twenty from schroeder schroeder and fifty from coups kouzmines. Going to be really important. Coups has an add a game like that yet. Do is always been really good when he gets the start and is out of the lineup. Yeah he does. He does score that way. Needs to step up tonight. Yeah hey i wanna. I wanna pass this along because you know there are a lot of kids. I was doubted. A lot of kids are getting. You're never going to be this or you're never gonna make it as that i wanted. There is a story that came out lady gaga is actual name. Is stephanie german nada. Stephanie german oughta and so she went to nyu and her classmates created an actual facebook group. Called this stephanie. German nada you will never be famous. That was the name of the face. Crew wow they called her an attention grabber she dropped out to pursue who music full-time and obviously they were wrong. But there is still a dormant page. That says stephanie german auto. You will never be famous. I would say. I would take that as motivation if i need to. Actually they actually created that while she was trying to while she was trying a rough right. Yeah she should lady dog. I should try to like yeah. It's still out there. It's still out there. You would think of you embarrass you. Wouldn't want to be on that page right. Everyone knows that overzealous drama person in school right. That thinks they're going to be famous. That's probably what she was. He was right so by the way speaking of lady gaga. You guys probably everybody. Michael star is born. Oh yeah okay. so do you remember. Star is born lady gaga before she becomes famous is a waitress in a restaurant. Yes and her best friend is a guy. The guy who plays her best friend in that movie is an actor named anthony. Robbins and next week in the heights comes out the movie. That is lin. Manuel miranda hamilton. And makes you've seen the play. It was great as a play but this movie is supposed to be incredible. And i'm told that after it comes out you will never again to hear somebody say it's a guy named anthony ramos. Apparently he is the next huge breakout star. Because he is so good in this movie. And you're going to be able to watch it at home or in theaters are going to double release it. I'm going to the theaters. what about you. I'm watching it home. But here's the thing. Mace rotten tomatoes people have seen it ninety nine per cent. Wow ninety nine percent good on rotten tomatoes right now. Eighty two percent metacritic but ninety nine at rotten tomatoes. Nine nine. it's up. Let me tell you this. In terms of raw material. I saw that show twice. I saw once in new york and wants to know. So out of new york with lin-manuel miranda who plays a small part in this one this lin-manuel miranda's yeah what's his net worth is I'll say thirty million eighty million dollars eighty hamilton. They were selling the tickets for whatever price they want like a thousand dollars. You'd like to see much. You write a play one day. What would it be about say and mace. Oh i as long as i get to sing all the original songs michael me i'm broadway star in the odd couple us true oscar. He's feeling that is true is right. You're right yeah. Can you imagine if we were roommates. I'd get so pissed leaving crap all over the apartment. I'd be doing laundry every day so not bother me at all. You'd be eating in bed throwing the dishes up in the middle of the night. Yeah sound asleep and are you. Are you messy. Mace i am. I'm not yes i am. He's not messy because one cleans everything up. One one is pretty amazing. Plays the role of john. Ireland in that play. He holds the whole thing together. The whole thing together say mace. What's the score. The final score lakers won eleven. Phoenix suns one. Oh one i think lakers are gonna find a way to keep the score down. Final score lakers ninety. Eight phoenix ninety. Five michael what do you think one thirteen. One seven lakers all right lindsay. One or two ninety nine lakers one. Twelve one zero seven. When twelve one hundred seventy we all have the right team winning goal as scared to no son. Thanks for listening. We're back tomorrow. Twelve fifty five s. l. k. Is next mason. Ireland seven ten espn.

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Hangin' Out With KC

Not A Single Fork

35:33 min | 6 months ago

Hangin' Out With KC

"The her this was a fun. One we knew it would be yes we did. And oh by the way. I'm candice and i'm gonna tell and this is not a single fork. Yes it is and it's lasted last interview not episode no this season but this is our last interview episode or the season for the season correct and this is a guy who i worked with in television actually he and his co host actually had a couple of co host over the course of the time that we work together they did. It was like a variety show within. Yeah oh yeah. It was just a cooking. No no i did a weekly cooking site because they loved me so much flores because you guys are. Bff's year and so we. That's how we got to know each other and since then it's just it was just magic. Yes very organic. It's very it is. It is being around him to and like. I felt that way to the first time i met him. It was like oh. Oh we're like old friends like he's just great. I have to add something will side note because you know you guys have listened to the other ones. Hopefully i've tried to ask people like what kind of weird shit they've done during covert that maybe isn't food related. And he did pick up a he picked up new talent. I guess we'll with that. But i remembered and i as i was. I was doing something the other day i saw. Oh shit i gotta talk about this on the podcast. And i thought you know. I think this is weird. I'm not sure that normal people do this. But maybe i'm wrong. I've vacuumed out the inside of my refrigerator. Wow because sometimes crimson shit in there and you're like how do i get this out without just dumping it on the floor so just put different attachment like a little handheld thing vacuum and i was like all just suck all this shit up and then clean it. Do you know i was. I wasn't thinking about that in terms of my refrigerator. but i have the drawers. Well no the griddle on top cooked up. Yeah because it has a little Like a ridge. Yeah yeah it's sort of like you know when you when you bowl the gutters the gutter you have a note around your mode to gutter around by griddle. Yeah and it gets crumbs. Yes and i was looking at it today and i thought it would be so handy if i had like a little sucky device like a back that you don't think about using it for that kind of shit but why not like. It's a hand held at that different attachments. It's not like. I went from like cleaning the floor and then just put it right into the refrigerator. That'd be fucking disgusting but and again in those drawers and stuff because some of them don't come out and then they've got them and then you're like trying to pick up all that shit so anyway that i wanted to share italian loves her back. I sometimes got him. The walls with the soft bristles just loves that fucking back. i do love Okay well okay. So we didn't even say what this guy's name is name is casey loop. He's namus he. He is the morning drive. Radio personality on mixing six lloyd with kc. Yeah casey in the morning. Casey in the mornings azmi so listen for him during the actually on every weekday but also he sometimes on on sunday mornings. I hear it. Oh yeah bless his heart. I feel bad for him. Kiss to get up. I mean at the history at the station at five fuck and he has like our country. I mean at least an hour to get there. Gm exactly so appreciate this interview with casey loop. We're back in my kitchen and your home kitchen in my home kit at your house. Yeah and the last time we did. This was a huge success. Because there's always booze involved. Yes so we have expectations for today. We do today well. This is a guy that actually worked with on tv really. Yeah how long ago. How long ago was it. Seven years has been long shifts seven hours. Why would we were warming my nuts. exactly warm. Not warm actually cooking nuts for those that don't know on television and we just giggled through the whole segment okay. There is warm salty nuts and we and we got great reviews for that we got cancelled for some reason and then we started doing not a singapore so we have with us today and local. Actually probably he's beyond local but he is very popular in tulsa okla popular. His name is kc loop and he is morning derive dj. What do you call yourself now. Radio personality is kind of a weird thing. Yeah radio on air personality. I think makes six point five and do the morning show nelson do a lotta things like you guys do do announced the fights river spirit casino for mixed martial arts ready to allowed to see that trademark tax cost you forty thousand dollars. Well shit we got. We'll just well. He talked testing. Are you do that. Is that funny. Do you like black girl about eleven years ago. And when i was burroughs studying i what i saw. What are the fights. Somebody who was working with working out with and she was fighting and i saw the announcer graham. Oh gosh there's a microphone and people punching each other. I can totally do this. And he wanted to retire. So i i've been doing it now. Eleven years now now. Well i had no idea you were doing it. But i didn't notice that it's really cool. Yeah i love doing that. And then i do. Voice overs for commercials and things like that a lot of on hold. You may call somewhere. And i may say for an italian press or fuck off. Fuck you a. Have you seen chick fight. Oh yeah. I was thinking about that to me. I've got to watch an amazon prime. I think well. I think it is amazon. I'm pretty sure okay. So it's the gal who was in rock of ages. She was recognizing people in tom. Cruise's love interest name. Who isn't tom cruise as well. I know but it was a very nice. I really liked this one and then alec baldwin and and he's an old drunk all august. Yeah m- alan mellon. Akkerman is under nine pm and bella. Thorne the there's there's a bunch of people you'll june the underground girls club fortune and it is fun so fun it is. We're talking about that. And there was a girl girl was fighting. Like you need to see chick flick. Flick flick fight okay. So what are we really here to ask him. Well as is the case with the rest of our interviews for this season we've been talking to people about the ever changing world due to covid and and being shut down and then coming back and now we've got vaccines and now people don't want to wear their masks and all that kinda shit. So did your work schedule. Change only didn't know which was weird because the rest of the world yeah The building i work in is humongous humor. That building twenty. It's funny when i used to work there. Twenty seven and memorial. And then i went down to another building to work with cox media group at seventy first and then. They bought that building back a great day. Green country was originally where we met. And that was. The building twenty-seventh memorial. The new went away threat. Now rubik fox. Yes i've been. I've been in that building other that one year. I've been there seventeen years driving that building. I've seen three dead bodies a lot in the packers. It's next to that really special motel show. Well you know the events center that was right there. I used to run that you ran the event center. Yes delilah has gone to the bathroom in their law. So i would have five hundred people there and i had the motorcycle bar or yeah and then they would get in fights and i wasn't allowed to have security. Oh i didn't used to run that crazy. Yeah that's right there so type bodies near parking the hotel across the street in of your business then the building empty and for some reason they wanted me and the guy that hosts the country morning show on ninety five point five to go to the station. Still and i'm like well we've set it all up where we can broadcast from home. I'm like we're doing this in your kitchen. We have the technology we can rebuild him. That's old school. That's six million dollar man. It's for that's so lee majors by married to farah. Farah fawcett fawcett is is that help. Okay you're in the club here in the cloudy out. They took micro a great fight. It would be rate by yes. It was just us two in this whole humongous building which used to be a burlington cofactor massive and so my my scheduled in change which was odd because my wife is a dance teacher. She runs a small studio in bristol. Strippers not those dancer. Oh they become after. They leave their their today. They gotta make a dollar so too much about that. Don't get so. so yes. So she her her dance studio close obviously and then reopened for a minute with social distance dancing. Oh god and then again and then you had parents going well. Her brother has kobe about. Can she still come to class. No now and so. She's closed three or four times and it's been just a disaster but for me. I was able to go every day and i just got my car driving a forty two minutes. I do my show my studio clean it get out gone. That's how that's how that's happening so nothing really changed at work but things changed Big time big and then do you have kids at home too. I have two boys. My youngest is a junior in high school. So he's still at home but he's driving goes and fuck girlfriend disappears for hours. Yup turned off. That location thinks it's weird now and then my oldest is a freshman at. Oh you okay. So he's down there in a house. And i never see little kids at home and you've had to deal with from school home school kind of shit. Can't you imagine. I know while been anyway so who normally cooks a home. Like a normal non covid time. Is it like you. Your wife do their split. That like how does that work. We actually split. I cook more because of kansas. Only it's very true. A i set things. I'm such the dad no but everybody has. That looks like that. Look like five things that they know that they can do. They know they can pump out so they do those things five things. Well i don't know what are yours. Okay western ryan turkey burgers. Yeah my kids are always like come on know my wife and i split it but we have completely opposite schedules which is running the dance studio. I get home right about one o'clock She goes in and start teaching three. She gets home at eight thirty. I go to bed at eight thirty. So crock pots. Whichever just talked about in this show. She loves crock pots. She also loves making soups and things like that. I'm more of a now. i'm much more create. If you'd be so proud of me you wouldn't be so proud of me. Because i think i've listened to so many of your shows and i honestly now have because it was the first season you guys talked about getting cook ranks. I bought those on amazon cool. You look throw that over your shoulder. And then you're like doing something you wipe your hands off easy and the salt and pepper ratio. Thank you for that. God you've learned. So i realized over pepper but only if you if i mean if you like pepper and everyone else around. You likes peppered yet. Oh okay. And they're they're so much pressure and everyone else did you ever. Did you do a lot to go food or like ordering food like fast food or the option. That will do that. Pizza hut or a fried chicken from coops we We do take take out if we take out. Grab something tall some brain home but we've been cooking a lot more at home. You're you're a lot more. So what is your. let's go with. What is the most popular. What's what's your favorite thing to cook like that. He just found or like well about trout developer crowd. That's a really good question honestly. Before i start with my favorite savory dish that i make for dinner and i've listened and i've here people don't like to bake we don't. I'm a rule follower. You'd love bacon. I it's great. And i didn't realize it until i did kito last year and i'm trying to use on flour in all these different things and and is anthem. This thing that make you shit to. I know nothing is not yet. But what did you make. I'm gosh i would make all these really cool kito cookies and but the one that i was really proud of is omitted cheesecake akita cheesecake for a friend of mine for her birthday and it was amazing. Like amazing i am. I'm one of those people that and you know from does from the tv show when you throw in stuff in the pan. I'm like i'm sitting in the beginning. I was telling my wife like they created the recipe with those measurements. For a reason. It works great for you. But i'm getting better where now i'm trying things and failing. And but googling great when. I'm like googling recipe so i've always been loved turkey burgers but i've always wanted to make them more flavorful and juicy. I've loved turkey. They can get pretty drizin dicey ask bland and boring. Yeah and so it make them to sliders usually so it's not too much drive or and i found this recipe that i love and i've been playing with a little bit so you. Do you probably know. But an egg. Some garlic some parsley fresh parsley rush. Parsley me wall chopping stuff. Sh- shifting nodding than costs for like were scher. And instead of like this really good soy got from the tiger rosary it. My kid went nuts. He's like dad. This is amazing. And i was like. Oh so you sit. There may have been some disasters. Those are the ones about three days ago. Okay d- oh i was like i'm gonna make fish tacos. Okay but i'm not gonna on a fryer rhino right bacon and i've got this blackened seasoning that put together i'm gonna do blackened and then i like doing the whole thing through the cabinet when i do so i have some refried beans and like okay. It's kind of mexican. And then i threw green chilies in there because i was like spice it up a little bit and then i made a mayo of saracho mail with some lime in it. Call that an only a. It's very fancy out. Can you ship an may only know. Now i'd like to see but yeah it's not way. What kind of fish did you use. It was a halibut. Oh do charge. No no no how thin okay. Good thought it was a frozen halibut. Which was all right. I think the blackened seasoning was too much much vad. Okay and what. It was my son who doesn't really care for fish. I was like you know. Just try it because and on by is like fish. My wife loves fish. She took one bite then like what happened to all the she said it. All separated like all the tastes separated. She's like what was that male thing and it was like. Oh that's an ao and said you can now. Oh it was terrible. But two of them. Because i wanted to. How awesome village. you know. We've heard that with every single person there like you know. I made this disaster but then is either punishment to themselves so that they are never do it again. They eat it. Yeah yeah. I don't know i mean really i wouldn't personally. I wouldn't have gone the black bean where each will refresh of win refried beans. I still wouldn't have gone that eventually with fish. Tacos you need to keep it roll fresh and low next time. Try a coleslaw of rant. People puts lawn. Yeah yeah is there anything else. Engine guys fish like if you're going to do halibut and is kind of standalone salt and pepper and olive to create. Doesn't mean he's not a bad idea. If you finish with that if you do like a saracho sabathia league or something. Like i just finished a little bit on top. Then i tried to resolve looked pretty now did not taste. Yeah you just have to go like kind of a light root. Cause we'll do we'll do a a kind of a cook coleslaw sort of of finish it in the Saute pan really quick after your tacos come out of the oven or wherever grill or whatever because we don't be fry hours either. We do them on the grill or we we roast them in the rooms are saute. You can do like a napa cabbage. That's shredded and then throw in some fresh tomato and what else we put in that Reunions or a gaba gaba line. And that's it just kind of keep it simple rules salsa if you wanna put together throw together like a tomato onion do at tropical salsa like main the biking pineapple one site. Yeah my house. Couple of days ago that would have been so good. Clauses attacks then. He's got his phone wouldn't have network. So how did you do anything or does your wife do anything during cova that like like this is an italian service. My favorite question. Because i i've i've caught myself and i realize it's when i'm highly caffeinated in the morning. Doing weird shit like cleaning my like. I clean my vent hood one day. I've never fucking done that in my life. I just something weird. The other day i was going to talk about. Remember what it was either. But like i've read. I read a ton of books. Like cleaned weird things like. Did you do any of that during kovin a good question. I think we've got more like learn how to play the ukulele. Like it's interesting. I learned how to play the cello covet. The beginning of it yeah. I love cello and violent. I love the cello because now the cello to me. That sound of it is is a very baritone alto sound voice. Yeah because. I'm a senior as well hearing that. The started battle stopped. Yeah drank. yeah. I did that too. Yeah did you find anything new that you might never had before and you drink yes. Okay wait on us as best podcast of rescue about the dishes. That i tried that. I'm really proud of okay. I play video games. You interviewed somebody that was like he's being a connor. Holton bolton strike. Beer play video. You did take wine or whisky. Or scotch irish whiskey. So there's this video game called sea of thieves which era pirates on it and you play marburg drink around. Well they have yes. I never drink rum. And they had. When they released the game years ago they released a recipe of the grog. And in the game. You could get groggy and you drink and get drunk and stuff. So i said real life. Yeah and it's simple very sweet drink rum and brown sugar and lime juice and some water and shaken a darkroom. It is delicious. Sounds great additives. Like a coke or a mixture of any kind of water. Yes it's really so. I'm takes the scurvy away i really dirty nerds. But can i tell you about the dishes. Yes we listening. Yeah what we want to hear about. Last mother's day cohen way it was nice. It was beautiful outside. And i i kind of google. What's a good brunch dish and schuch. We were just talking about that. I did that the people who like. Well that's where you would cookers. We could says the girl can cook. So yeah. I made chuck and i made the tomato sauce from scratch which is not very mean and i it was. It was fantastic. We sat outside on the deck in the sunshine and the whole family and been into cooking the iron skillet. My buddy veto that works at mckinsey five. He collects iron skillet. And we'll find them and refinish them and so two hundred skills that i love and it's just great accent. Was that a difficult district like. Did you feel like no. I didn't twice okay. Yeah the second time didn't turn out as well. I didn't spice it up enough. I don't think i didn't have enough garlic. I think well then you're gonna have to do it again. It's so simple for those that don't check shoe. it's it's a tomato based tomato base with exit and then baked very middle eastern so good. it's delicious. yeah. I was going kind of like i was so this last weekend. I was going camping fucking cabin but anyway but in calf gonna can't but we were talking last week and i was like i was in charge. I listen girls and they were like okay you. You're trying to breakfast both days. And i was like okay great and this was like. Why don't you make leaky lace or shut. Yeah i didn't do either. But she bought some great breakfast sandwiches that they could just throw. The michael jackson was like why am i can harness. We'll just in warm something up in the microwave. What was your other. You said you had a few dishes. We had an exchange for a while a couple of years ago. I was from brazil. And so i made fish wada. Yeah it's a poor jimmy freshwater to pork and black bean dish. So did this person. Do we teach you to make this. He told me okay. You told me about it marcelo. And it was so funny because he'd never even bagels and so to see a bagel was really interesting. All this bread all this really great process car adding america food. Yeah and so. I cop dogs nothing. Give him a hot dog with a hot dog bun he too hot dogs on a bun and then have four. Hotdogs can eat and he was like rail thin but the one thing he said about us. He's like you eat all the time we a lot but we three times a day. And that's it. It's like the boys come home. You want a snack. He's like no no eight lunch. Kids are like so. Tell us more about the fish which was a lot of a lot of different meats pork and the black beans with a bunch of different spices and garlic and it really just cooks longtime like a stew on notes thicker than a steel it stu summary but thicker and it was delicious delicious. Yeah at pepperdine really liked to come over and make my what experiment i. I wanted to make bread pudding bread pudding and after you get off kito breath and i didn't have the guts to make try to make it make it make it so i bought from world market. They have a box of delicious. Oh what good does a good job. We'd love been in there. And i didn't even know they have food in there. I've never been in there for that one time. Have you been back. No laugh near my wife right now. You've never world market now but it was delicious. I don't know what it is but some boxes delicious. The other thing that. I'm really excited about my wife. Made a bunch of soups and stews and things that she's like you guys ship throw stuff in. She can't make the same thing twice right. You know last year at saint patrick's day. She made this. Because i'm irish. And she knows. I love potatoes and stu and it was amazing and so i asked her again to make it again. It was delicious But she made a phenomenal. Baked potato soup and i don't like mushrooms but she made this wild mushroom that she said was brilliant. Detriot the in these online. I appreciated that. It probably tastes good for people that like mushrooms. What's your deal with mushrooms. i don't the texture as it that people don't like the texture. I don't mind it's the taste. It's like a back of the tongue. Not the dirt not bitter to sort of bland Better i'm not sure maybe. Yeah blondie bidder. Well welcome to be bitter media. We've had questions for casey that we have planned because no i don't have anything plant. Okay no me. Spreadsheet apposite told you this before you turned the microphone but this podcast so great because you guys are so bread and for all these people fifty something hundred people are listening our six thousand millions and millions. Yes when you listen to the show you want to hang out with. You got so kim. When i listen i know what hanging out with them is like amazing interviews this whole season and it's been awesome because everybody you talked to. They love you. You love them. I think you should have a big season six party. Who with all of those people. Once the covert thing we're all vaccinated. That's not about it. Wouldn't it be a fun party. Yeah it would definitely use van party and then we could film and we charge you to watch it on patriot exactly thinking yeah. Yeah charge a million. I'm paying so now that we're kind of we kind of see the light at the end of the. Do you think you're going to continue doing a lot of the cooking and things that you have developed over this weird time period or you just like. Oh my god. I can't wait to get you a restaurant and i'm never leaving me. One hundred percent cook more. I found that. I'm one of the house and uncooking or just eating the house. I'm paying attention to what a meeting more than i do. More fresh vegetables when my wife's making suu i'm eating things that i know are better for me. I do miss. You know how much i love. Having trying new dishes trying having show we have a reliable phenomenal schefter green country so i love trying their stuff. But i'm now finding things that i love that i'm making so much more warning to find the simple thing about adding that great soy sauce that i found this turkey burger. That made it amazing. That's more amazing to me than broida restaurant sitting down eating too much paying. Too much shooting needed too much drinking too much. Yeah oh yeah. I can do that much cheaper much cheaper but i think i will engender to. My wife is the same way. She's she's loving experimenting with cooking. You guys get your mind out of the gutter. Okay living marioni angers giving madrid here. See what i mean like. He says that he wants to hang out with all these people. But like honestly like you guys prior. Wanna hang out with him now. Oh you know he is the best guy to hang out with. He's so fun he's fun- he's smart. He's energetic which i love. He's witty which i love more snappy snappy like he can hang yeah you know he's he's an as he was saying he was an actor he was he was on broadway. The right yeah you said. He was joseph he was but i was on the ostlund. Yeah so anyway he is. He's very versatile guy. Yeah he's had a lot of lives he has has and it was so interesting that his life in terms of course he continued on. Yeah but his wife jan who had dance studio. Wow and that totally changes home life. And even when he came over and he got here and he was like. Oh my god people like. It's so nice to see people. Because he he goes to work and they're on he and his wife are on opposite schedules. Who knows how often or long they get to see each other and then he doesn't see anybody go into work so then yeah yes in. He's in a bubble. He's in his little bubble. We had a lot of fun but man like he's open to experimenting with food. Yup all kinds of different. The whole shock shuka. Yeah experience and the thing. The brazilian kid taught him to make the fish water. Yeah and i love how he's like. Yeah let's do it like he's and he said that guy could see you want to do this and he'd be like yeah. Let's do it. You know. I got him to try brussels sprouts and he doesn't. He doesn't like brussels. We liked my bet. He'd like mushrooms too. I bet he would write likes mushrooms anyway but said he doesn't like on steady. He's doesn't like mushrooms except his wife made that soup and he likes to. he likes that. Guess right yeah forgot about. I really love him like yeah. He's just he's the best he's the best and was the thing. Oh the disaster. Yes a fish fish tacos so after we stopped recording. We had a long discussion with him about how to fix app. Yeah we did. Yeah and so. Our advice was something. Crunchy like a slaw. Even if it's always a slow with fish too. I do. I do tennis. They're soft no matter how you make the fish if you fry it if you grill it soft. It's still soft something with a little crunch and you really had a judge has to do much to the fish. And that's where he went wrong. A little bit was he kind of overseas his delicious. That calibrates delicious now. So anyway it was. I think it was informative for all of us. Yes oh and he told us he has. He has a podcast. He has a podcast. On and taking a walk with casey and luna which is his little pup and i guess when he goes. I don't think they're very long. He goes on a walk with her. And just records like random thoughts. Well no probably. He's again he's out in the country he probably sees all kinds of things. And he's very improvisational. So i'm sure it turns into a very entertaining walk with luna. He's very entertaining so whatever he does. I would listen to me too. And and you can hear casey. His podcast right now is just on mix ninety six point five website and their app so be sure to check it out on. I know you'll love it if you listen. Akc at all at casey in the morning on mix ninety six point five. You will love this podcast yet for shirt. Yeah and love him. 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David Ankin fr/The History Channel's hit show TOYMAKERZ-Pt 1

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David Ankin fr/The History Channel's hit show TOYMAKERZ-Pt 1

"Welcome everybody signed for another episode of driven by design. The only show that shows you. The future of automotive design one conversation at the time with our driven designer. Brian Thompson. Ready to do this today. Yes sir well we. We've been trying to get this one on the books for awhile here so I appreciate. We got two great minds together here too wild tougher topics take us there Bryan. Who Bring today to talk with David. Making today And I'm really excited about this because You know in this world of automotive design. There's mass production and then there's limited run production and I love love. Love seeing people to create Vehicles FROM SCRATCH. That are pure pure statements. And I don't know of anybody. Does it as exciting as well as David. Making the does look let him say hello. Hey guys how are you guys? We're good and this is the star of toymakers for those of you who've seen the TV show like I have you guys are making some high end toys down there great to have you under. Yeah appreciate it. We're truly blessed to be able to be surrounded ourselves with the right people in the right tools and be able to do what we do. Make a living at it. So yeah you know and I think that's the dream a lot of people. Have you know when you when you when you see your your calls on television? And they're you know they're loud and they're big and they're amazing What I love about the are they have this sort of visceral feeling and meeting on the flipside of automotive design where I'm creating work. That's like in mass production. I'm what I hear more often than not as when I talk about the future of self driving cars people will say well. I like to drive. I I love that feeling of of You know the loudness of cars and so do I. and so. That's why I'm glad that people like you are doing what you do. Because it's serving the other end of the spectrum. I love it if you could just sort of to kind of kick this off talk a bit about. Just what inspired you to create these cars? Where where do they come from for you? You know what has a kid you know? It was always that poster on the wall. I happen to be a Labora- TV with Farah Fawcett in the picture. And when my era that was like the hot car and the hot lady you know so you always wanted that poster on the wall. You know when you're shoveling snow in the winter and mowing grass in the summer. It's sort of to reach so but we were racing cars racing motorcycles. Go karts at the time. But you you you. You develop a skill set of working on your own stuff and going faster. My my grandfather worked for Packard and studebaker. My Dad was a gearhead. He built hot rods so it was just a very natural fit. I couldn't afford to buy what I wanted. I had to learn how to build what I want and just two of a lifestyle what I did and then I chose a couple of careers that also picked like if I needed to build a transmission. You go get a transmission don. I went and got a job at amkor transmission division. I did that for a summer but wanted to call you. Know what when he got a job at a paint job. We're not a peanut car for a couple of years. You know and you just end up picking a field of work that lives in your world it was. It was a brilliant life for me. I don't say it made for everybody but for me it was. I really been very blessed and very fortunate well and I love that idea that if you WanNa do something you'd go and learn about it you know it's really funny the parallels that right so you create hot rods than you and you have Sarah Foster Lamborghini on your childhood bedroom wall now I had my writer and David Hasselhoff I mind how perfect ended up designing self driving cars so exists but you know you're you're right though that you're you're you're a product of what you grew up with you know. Listen I remember that are very well and and the only difference for me now is now. I'm Middle Fifties. I love all aspects of callers. I don't care if it's electric. I don't care if it's so driving. I don't care to fly car like a mall in his learning how to adapt in change with the Times. It's still be current and live up to what I find interesting to challenge it best but I love what I do so it shows in your word while one of the things I love about your vehicles as I was saying when we started but That they're so pure You know whether you're doing a motorbike like the streak digger or Even the the beast you know it's like very much a beast you know I'm curious Now so you you you clearly were so impassioned by the mechanics vehicles but when you create a car you're also creating the styling and the way the car looks and feels which is Is a huge element of design process. Do you do that in house or do you bring people on board? Or How do you visualize your ideas? Listen all this started as a child and from poster. I promise you I. I've got a list of about fifty vehicles that that I'm going to build my lifetime and it can be matchbox collar. A hot wheels car could have been opposed strikes. You most of that stuff isn't driveable when you look at a hot wheels car when I was a kid right right. So it's the engine from that it would be in front of the windshield and stuff like that. You and your listeners. To understand doesn't exactly it doesn't make sense for me trying to figure out how to build that in real life but make it it is it is about a line. It is about a stance. I've got three cars sitting in front of me as we speak that. Have a wheels and a body sitting there and they will sit there for months. I walked by and look at them and tinker with him around. It's all about a line but ultimately in the end it's gotta be drivable and got to be fast To doesn't make any good to build a paperweight that just idols. New a parking lot. You know if it's going to have you know. My newest cars got three thousand legitimate horsepower. If I can go out and drive it and use it. What good is it so this is like a steroid bodybuilder. Who can't actually lift up our groceries at that point you got it. It is about a line in the body. We do it all right. Erin. How well you know. I love one of the things. You just mentioned. As you're talking I- I'd really like to call out and diving a little deeper on it. You said that you'll have a car wheel sitting in the studio where your shop And you'll walk by and it might sit there for a while and you might not work on it now. One of the things. I've often heard Creative people when they're young. They're often told that they have. Add and. I'm very grateful to my mom who did not believe in it. She believed in the creative spirit. Being that you work on something for a while and then in your tension span is off you let it sit and then you go back to it and my mom always taught me as long as you're actually finishing something. I don't care how you get to the end. You can whatever process you want but just finish your projects and I and I and I was always very grateful that she didn't put me on some medication. 'cause I was I was really creative kid working on a million different things at once. But this thing that I don't think a lot of people understand that the creative mind isn't linear and I'd love you to for you to talk a bit more about The the sporadic way you might work on it and live as you said so beautifully you'll live with it and look at it as you walk by. Could you dive in and help people understand how that process works sort of in the back burner of your mind that the the big joke had my shop? Is I go to bed every night with a question every night because I'm so tired of twelve or fourteen hours a day in in my mind is tired. I don't have the answer a wake up at three. Am with the answer every night it. That's what happens. I start relaxing. I look at my notepad as I said my desk. I looked down. I have a little sketch of a of a A vehicle that is in my mind and I'll look at them. Sketching changes sketch periodically. Over time you're right. I got a million projects that I'm working on and isn't that I I don't WanNA finish them. They're not right in my head yet. I got my mind the lines you gotta be right. I gotta walk away stuff away. Look at other projects work on other things. They did go to a car. Show and get an idea Then I come back and walk. I'm walking by out of the bathroom and go. Oh Ho stop everything I do when you go back to that project it I ask you. We didn't have. Add when I was a kid? We didn't have those terms. We get what it does. Is it tells people. There's something wrong with them. When in fact it's a very healthy creative way to be you know I I think about. I love the way you just said that about like you know. It might come in three o'clock in the morning and and as a freelance consultants now with a consultant my own. I don't work in a studio but when I was at Nissan and be working on a on a car you know the clay model. I'd pull in my Volkswagen Westfalia Camper bus at night into the studio and sleep there so when I woke up in the morning it'd be the first thing I saw. And then you know go take a shower in the locker but one of the things. I miss about that. Is that when I go visit a client and see the Klay bottle? Let's say you know their side of the planet somewhere. I look at it for two hours and then I leave and it's that it's that moment of being around it when you're not thinking about it but I just love and I keep telling my client. Let's bring the models over here. We need to live with them. You know and I think it's it's living with it. Seems like you you do that so well I really do. And even more so is. I didn't realize this too. I had I you know I have a son. He's fourteen years old and a couple of years ago. He was diagnosed with dyslexia. And when they were doing I realized very quickly that Oh my Lord I have dyslexia had no idea no idea at all you know yeah did no but I always came to answer in a non practical way. Everybody thinks inside the box. I don't believe inside the box. I don't believe it. I believe that there's nothing wrong with people that think inside the box but anybody can get to. An answer. Doesn't matter how you used to get in trouble in school because I got to the answer. The wrong way I believe in thinking outside the box that innovative I believe in failure. I believe you have to fail to succeed. I believe you cannot win a race if you don't lose one Leave you have to you? Have to really to be an innovator. You have to do things. That aren't practical. Aren't inside the box and the box and the box of panel contract if they really think of it. I always really were the the studio. I came up in a young designer. Had this policy called Freedom to fail and it was and it was really this as long. As you're meeting your deadlines no as long as if you have your main project you've got you've got to perform you with anything you want you. Can you can make a car that sticks. You know what I mean. And maybe BARK FROM. The sticks ended up becoming what the failure does. Let's say failure is a relative term? Well let's say you make a car that's right it's been. It's obviously not going to be a practical car. But maybe maybe the texture of the bark informs the interior fabric. You know he wouldn't have gotten there had not driven down. That told US ACT OF A. Would you know what I mean? I totally agree that. But that's how I think so. I totally agree with everything you just that. Most people don't do that though they you can find can find success in your failures even if it tells you what not to do. It's like there is a success and failure. I promise you so. That's a great segue. I'd love for you because you do have such a a bright shining star of success and yeah you're on television and people know you And they see the successes right. I assume you know the TV show is so well produced and focuses on the aid to be of how these products life is their failure. That stands out in your mind that you would you? Would you go to when you think of either? It makes you laugh or it was something you learned from it. tell me about a bright shining failure and what you got up honestly for me. It's it's it's everything everything that I do every day making television to me. I don't cars we did we do we do the. Oem cars you know you take a Camaro Mustang or whatever you build and it's simple it's all William stuff that to easy everybody. Does that the one off stuff is what I loved to do where you Napkin drawing that I've been thinking for years. The failure to me is that should be the hard part of what I do. I was mistaken thought. Tv It would be easy. I'm going to build a car walked in television. Knowing Ninety five percent of what was GONNA happen all my friends say TV shows and this is a cakewalk. After going into year four I got a second show coming out now and I realized after four years I five percent. Not Ninety. Five percent. Televisions Heart Dealing with that aspect and in its hardest thing I've ever done in my life ever. It's the most rewarding but it's the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. So failure is is just thinking that was gonNA walk in here. Build a call or it's going to make a TV show. GonNa be Great. I I laugh every day about it and I cry fringe. I mean you build a coffee scratch. I mean from scratch after the chassis. The windows the body the seats the puddles every inch of the car. Everything in the producer. Get get done producer those cameras and then it goes all right. Let's go for a spin. It was like wait a minute. Can I test right I? Yeah go absolutely I fire up you pull it on the shopping got cameras so I'm learning how to drive. The car through twists long-term the camera. It's like like we're talking about the beast earlier. Twelve hundred horsepower. Two thousand bound and driving through the Valley of death in Vegas my very first. I didn't know what was going to stay cool. I mean I would. We got a hell of a t you know. And that's why they want to capture you know I'm glad you're talking about television. Because it's such an interesting medium because you're telling stories in real time and you're also trying to curate. What that story is. GonNa be on a reality TV show myself two years ago where we had the bills cars as well so I know exactly what you're talking about where that moment you're when you're privately creating something and you are testing something out for the first time where it's going wrong. You know you have these moments of breakdown or or or you're nervous or upset and it's very private very private experience. But when you're on camera and and Shit's hitting the fan. And that's what they want. That's what they wanna tell right so like you're like it's a very vulnerable place to be but you do it so well where you allow that vulnerability to be seen and I think that's why people like you so much because it real you know again it. I say it's the hardest thing I've ever done most rewarding but you got a microphone on an a camera shot in your face. You can't not and you you you don't know if the car's going to I mean you built the suspension in the aons and the spindles in the brake system. It's like Oh my Lord you want me to. I'm doing one hundred mile like last year. My season finale. I'm doing one hundred miles an hour back row backwards. Oh you can't guys don't move you tell the camera guys don't move. It's my job not hit you. You know so it's really. You're not to hit them. They will say well. I'm looking at them tricks on TV. I did learn if he really didn't really get frustrated. You don't want to be on camera. Reality shows a little different than yours because the show I you know I was a contestant but I learned that if I take a copyrighted song the cameras they couldn't use Elliot. I was really thinking rolling stones or something really expensive and then they wouldn't tell me but no. I know exactly what you're saying but it's but it's not that at that moment of reality and actually I think television is is a wonderful medium to it gets a bad rap especially some of these bills shows for not being real but the challenge. There is to it What I found being on the flip side of it on the inside of it is that A nearly impossible task people are trying to tell a story in the middle of chaos. And one of the things you do. Well I think the more real you can be the more you can allow people to see what you're doing the more of the story action get and and I and I absolutely understand what you're saying about that being a very big challenge because those very vulnerable moments are right there for everybody to see. Remember to bring up another point of pay off you. Take my season finale carpet. This year took the two years to build it. I HAVE FORTY. Minutes is an hour long. Show forty minutes so you have to build that car on Cameron Forty minutes. Plus you have to tell US STORE. You gotTa wiry building the car. What's the reason for the car? How so it's amazing you get two years of built. I every inch of the car so you can win in forty minutes so you know and tell a story and so there's a lot of I it's it's it's overwhelming it best overwhelming to produce an overwhelming. And I think on the site it's overwhelming to curate. So that you really telling the nuggets at the store and it's true. This is that he will never tell the whole story. And that's good behind the scenes footage but but for a builder such as yourself. I think this is one of the key. Things people can take away too and I love you to talk about it. Is that okay so here you are. Now you've created these cars You know people know them. They're they're in people's hearts especially people that are die hard fans but the side of the story that they probably don't see or know as well if they're sitting at home on a Sunday. You know watching you. Are you know binge watching your show talk a bit about before this happened? Like where were you in your life where you decided like this just fall into your lap? Where you at a kind of a job that you had before that you didn't WanNa do anymore like Whoa talk a bit about that moment of sort of like the early budding of your career where it's full of energy and it hasn't happened yet. what what sort of prompted you take these risks. Yeah you know it's funny you know and a lot of my friends were on TV. Or I was involved in some sort of TV shows numerous times whether it was. You Know Jay Leno show or you know all these guys were doing shows and I had you know where I was helping with a vehicle doing that show or doing something else behind the scenes where somebody called me to be an expert. Honor do something but what what got me was. I was doing a lot of stunt work. You know for six flags universal and whoever it happened to be for the summer you making good money or you're you're doing these different things that there's no living there. If that makes any sense you might work for six months. Might be off right year or you get older and you don't feel like these two he'll if you've got hurt and everybody kept saying look in your just a naturally need to a TV show. There's nothing to do with TV. It's fake I don't want to argue with anybody. Nobody in my shop argues and I it isn't what I wanted to do. I but I wanNA build cool stuff and I want to. I want to be able to think about a really lived the dream it hard but I get to build what I WANNA build. Where around the people that I love? I love the industry in itself. The people the products the future raw. That's where it's going what it where it's banned And that's that's a passion of mine so television show just became a natural progression. As I got older I could still dabble the one I what I WANNA do. I don't have to race anymore. I don't get to get hurt and I'm gonNA fall up domains. Fight on camera. If you will behind the scenes in the world I could actually live my dream in front of the camera It it just sort of naturally progress. I didn't want to I SORTA got talked into a bunch of producers approaching me going to please do a show kept saying one guy finally got to me and I decided okay. I'll do it. Why outside of the fact that so you were yeah. There's one thing I want a little put a little pin and so that we don't forget come back to it because I I When you're you're telling the story here you talked about the future and past the industry being When your passion so giving myself a little reminder that I want to circle back to that but I When you're doing. I love what you said about. When you're being a stunt man. You're working in television two things were you know. I? It's hard work. I mean you know it goes without saying that stunt work is hard work but I don't know that everybody really understands exactly. What a stuntman does and you really are putting your body through the ringer You know every day and the idea that you you know you're you're now surrounded by this world of television. You're doing what you love building things and you love doing what I think is interesting about that. That people can take away that you put yourself into a universe where opportunities would come to you versus having that you actually turned down versus having to go chase things down which a lot of people do and and and it becomes very elusive. If you're chasing things but the organic way that you put yourself in the world of television and cars is it it may have happened subconsciously for you but it was a really great way to build the seeds for this future. Which is your presence. And I think that's really beautiful because now what you've done this since you sort of planted those seeds and you're in that world the opportunities came to you And then eventually you know you got talked into doing the show and it turns out you have a great disposition on camera and such so. It's like I think people don't realize that they create the university living almost subconsciously. Do you know I couldn't couldn't agree more but you bring back something. We talked about early on conversation. It's getting outside the box I loved but when you're chasing the John Chasing the work in you chasing you know now it's like I get to to build on builds drive when it went to drive. I get to go out and play in anything. I WANNA plan I in in. I created my. I just got outside the box. Instead of me hunting job I wanted to create something that would would last forever. I bring my my son up into it if that's what he wanted to do. I could create a great avenue for all of my friend. The industry that I love And he said it would come to me and I love you. You mentioned your son being something that he could play with. Because then you're really talking about not in the literal future of the industry. You're working in because he's going to if he likes his and his inspired by your work and he's going to do it in a very different way than you did. Because he's he's completely different generation and I think that is a nice tie into creativity in the past creativity in the future and as you said earlier on to the conversation we are always influenced by the world that we grew up in. And so. That's why oftentimes I find Having come in the analog era and then switching into a digital era soon as I got into the car industry I see the world very differently inva- creativity than the kids in college do today and I love being around them because I think a creative person the last thing you WanNa do is ever say well in my day. We did it this way because as soon as you do that you stepped off the train of creativity. And you're just trying to replicate what you did in the past and if I love I love to meet your son at these creative and stuff like that. I love to hear his ideas on this because this industry is changing. I mean let me ask you literally. Could you imagine a Self Driving Hot Rod? What would that look like to you? Know what I mean. Something think I think about it? Every day cost. Mind my son at nine years old built a real hover skateboard A real one. That worked My son now. Fourteen is building his first race call. I mean junior dragsters that kind of stuff. But he's actually building size drift car. He wants to go playing with My Son is absolutely not out of the box kid. And he's brilliant. He's way way better than I mumbled it. How HE'LL BE? He'll go so far past us and and you're right you don't ever want to say here's what we did in our day and people tell me that all the time And I fight that all the time with myself because I remember what a big block. Chevy was a bad boy now. I call it in big blocks in the flathead to me. You know. It's like the technology of today and and you're right my season. My season finale. For Season Five. Were trying to mix a hot rod with electric with you know. I haven't the self driving thing I get. I understand in common. Nothing I could do I. I remember eight tracks. Takes tapes went away and I fee and I remember I said it. Never get a cell phone now. I can't live without one Well you know what I wonder you know. But but they're in light. I always think that that's seeing of resistant. Point of resistance when when when it catches in our spirit. What's actually happening if resisting? It really means we're holding onto it right. And so what are out of that resistance out of that holding onto that thing that we don't are not In line with their life I think A moment of creativity. Could you imagine like a world where let's say? A lot of driving. Were on their spaces where people sit facing each other and there is no steering wheel but what would be the hot rod equivalent of that space for those people like every day you think about it every day. You're right because for me for me to survive in my world. I have to be willing to and I love to adapt. 'cause I don't mind going. How can I make a self driving car cool? How can I make car cool? We know that you know. But what's the allure for somebody minor withdraw its stance? It's the look. It's up to me a for me. A great sounding radios a big town with headers. That's the that's the music music to my ears. I don't care about sound system but our system is the hunters so right on it a big Cam so when it comes to electric we know we got horse power. We know the car is brutally fast if you want it it's also it's also not a brilliant technology so you can tell him really cool like we're talking about taking the thirty two low boy really doing it right. Almost you know road racing style big front times Baker making it all I give it. The stance give the look making electric. But when you take away the driving aspect the whole nother alum driving today. My fourteen year old. I have a neighbor next door to me. You think he's twenty doesn't driver's license. Yet that baffles me on Baffles me kids of today. So how do you make them? You know. And that's our job. That's our job to stay. Relevant is to come up with something. Cool which version of self driving hot Rod. I think no but but who really knows. It's it's a matter of watching and listening in you know if it's self driving something that's going to be electric. Probably does that mean. It's going to be. The technology is GONNA be way off the deep end but right now I love I. I'm going to interrupt for one second here. We're going to wrap this segment up here and come back with part two this right after this. Tell everybody how to get in touch with you. Dave and And more about Toy makers in the new show coming up we're all the digital platforms obviously instagram facebook twitter. We're all over Youtube we got. We're on the history dot com on the new digital platform coming out. We have a new show coming out on the digital platforms. Were filming now which is called the fastest society which is a mix between basically. It's fast furious but with real cars real drivers real racing. I'm GonNa live personally in six different worlds of racing real race cars real motorcycles. We go real fast and you're going to be fun. So it's it's it's right now. It's it's all about digital platform so that's second show is coming out. All the digital platform to toy makers will be a behind the scenes for them so we appreciate you spending time on our digital platform here and we invite you to stick around because we're talk the future here in part to which Dave and from toymakers right here on driven by design.

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Fashion Icon and Wellness Guru Norma Kamali

Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

33:18 min | 8 months ago

Fashion Icon and Wellness Guru Norma Kamali

"Geico knows there many reasons why you ride from the exciting adventure of the daily commute to the peace of mind that geico always has your back with twenty four seven access to claim service and legendary customer service but pamela had one reason in particular. My skin is extremely averse to most fabrics except for the soft buttery feeling of leather thankfully. I found my clan of leather lovers in the bike and community. It's been life changing geigo motorcycle. Fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percent or more as the demand for telemedicine grows so does the need for connectivity. Five g. meets that need qualcomm remains focused on giving doctors and patients superior security rich five g. Connectivity learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age beyond the beauty is a production of iheart. Radio i'm your host bobby brown. I'm so excited to talk to norma kamali. Someone who is a friend who is a role model and his. Just one of the coolest women i have ever met. I'm lucky enough to have met her professionally. Had dinner with her many times and honestly there's not many women. I look up to to get all this energy like. She's done so much and what you guys probably don't know about her. She designed the famous farah fawcett red dating. Suit that that you know of her running across the beach. She's done so much on. Never be able to get all of it in this interview but the woman is amazing. You guys have to know her. So here is my conversation with norma. Kamali hey norma how area. I'm good first of all. When i was reading my notes on you and norman i our friends. We have a newer friendship along knowing each other but a newer friendship. I didn't know you were engaged. Congratulations it's true. Yeah finally You know i got married at nineteen and divorced it. Twenty nine and i figured i did that. I don't think i need to get married again. And i really had no intention but At seventy five. I figured whatever why not so. You have been you've been with marty. For how long. Hand year okay. For aristotle her fiance is one of the most amazing remarkable man that i've met like foul of energy year with some pretty amazing too. So i'm eric we barely are women Who are strong and committed. Don't find it easy to find men who are strong enough to deal with their intensity or they're you know passion and we both are super lucky that that we are but the other thing you said which i just don't even understand when you say you're seventy five i mean i'm sixty three and people always say to me sixty three. You don't look at you. Don't act like you're the only person i know. That is my role model. Honestly because i. I don't have that many older friends that are spectacular in your spectacular experience. Sweet but bobby the idea first of all do you. Do you think of yourself as sixty three in the number. Now look at you. There's nobody quite frankly. Our the generations that came before me especially are older at they had different circumstances. I think it's very important. And i do this all the time. I ask everybody their age. And i feel entitled to since on seventy five. And i just say seventy five so the fact that you said sixty three and said it without hesitation is a really important message to send to other women. That and part of my book is about aging with power. And as long as you feel good about what you're doing and yourself and the doesn't mean it doesn't come with challenges. Your age is really your badge of honor and living a healthy lifestyle and doing things that benefit you give you the power and the string to wear that badge of honor. So i'm very proud of being my age and being relevant and enjoying new challenges and look at you. It's like why not at sixty three doing. All these things redoing the makeup. You're doing now. I love more than ever. I think it's amazing. Annual reinventing a product category as. You did the first time around and it looks great. And you're sixty three by the way now right i don't i right. You're right. I don't think about it and i'm not going to think about it. Honestly this conversation is not just about aging. But i have so many questions. I want to hear all about the book. But how did you meet. Marty at sixty five years old. Well ian schrager has been a friend of mine forever obviously we dated and were together during studio before and remain best friends and he never introduced me to anybody all the years he thought every guy out with was just like the war soon but he never offered any live rate outs great whereas the great opportunity here if you think there are so terrible so one day said i have somebody i wanted need. I thought it was for business opportunity or something. And i said okay and then after asking if you questions it was actually somebody that he thought i should meet and quite frankly. I didn't think she would be capable of Somebody of that quality the right person so yeah at sixty five figure i meet my soulmate and is it true than an astrologer once said you were going to meet the love your life at sixty five. That's crazy but it's in the context of being. It was nineteen seven gay. So i freaked out and i said I don't think you know. I don't think this is right. I can't believe that m men there was a figure of you have a lot of great friends. I date pretty nice people that are interesting bond but none of them were in the soulmate cabin. More eight run as like i. I called her. And i said okay you you still you still see her yes i might have. I might have to get her. I've ever ever used an astrologer or for jane. Never never no never. If they're good they're really Balian i i am definitely open now. You've been a designer fifty years. Which i hate even saying that because it just sounds like what and you still own your own business. You're probably the only one that never that never did in your still joyfully doing it cracked. I just love it. I don't have the personality to do one thing. It's amazing that had the same job for fifty three years but the job changes. According to the way i approached sayings or my interest. I never saw it is woman. I never thought that. I was capable in the seventies sixties seventies. That's not women did. But i realize i love it and i actually pretty good at it and and i don't have any partners Pretty much doing okay. And we've gotten to covid pretty good too l. Mind bauman is. Because i love living a a passionate league creative life and i still make patterns. I still do designing. I love it so i'm very lucky living the life that i wanted to to have in. That's a creative life. So could you tell everyone this story of your famous coat your sleeping bag coat so not everyone. Who's listening knows you for that all right. So what is the story so In seven days. I used to go camping a lot. You know it was it. Be flower child time and and one night hours in is sleeping bag in a tent and i was having to go to the bathroom and it was so cold. The idea of getting out of my sleeping bag was just not appealing. And so i just put it over me. And as i'm walking woods i'm thinking i need to go home but some sleeves on this thing and i did. I literally am still using the same pattern for the classic sleeping back coach and i made the coat every year every single year since then. So it's a long time. And and it's a sustainable. You know sustainability is really important. And i used every piece of fabric in that sleeping back. There is no waste. And we're very economical in the white we lay out patterns now and a coke can last twenty five years thirty years. People tell me that they have them and they take them out every winter. So i'm really happy because i never intended to be fashion. And then sometimes it seems to be fashion. And sometimes it's just option and was it share lady gaga. Tina turner like who also made that code famous or all of them so we were just looking at some youthful photographs of riana. In the coach. She has practically. she has a white run a camel. One key mona. Silver one emmy cheap. And she's amazing. The sleeping bag hell actually had these high moment so studio fifty four. Everybody wanted to get into studio and all the doorman at studio war the sleeping bag coat. So i sold so many coats because people thought if they stood outside in Beco- the able to get in and i was like. Oh yeah i'm sure so the lock and then nine eleven was a very interesting thing and a lot of people were stranded in the city in hotel lobbies at the airport and we started getting calls for sleeping bag hurts and i was just keeping everybody home but the phone was ringing off the hook and we had so many messages saying they wanted the I've brought everyone back. I thought my factory back and we just made. We made sleeping bag coats for months. People just kept wanting sort of back at kuni effect and it's happening now to a ha. It's very interesting bobby. There is that feeling now of wanting to feel protected. A lot of people are supporting their neighborhood restaurants. God bless them eating outside of course in sleeping backout so though i saw so many people are doing that so we reduced the price. The coat in half and it's great. It's it really keeps keeps you warm and i saw. I've seen people wearing a sleeping bag coat. I've lived in the west village. And i see my pillow everywhere. I'm so happy. Because i'm just so devastated for our restaurant industry. It's a horrible situation. And i wish we could rectify that. The powers that be needed to do something fast. Well i think. I think things will change. I do feel positive about that. Fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percent or more is that shakespeare. It's geico that shakespeare from one of his unpublished works. Whitby not for awakening. Give it the batteries. Full fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more no. It's from geico because they help. Save people money. I hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare geico. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge brownie. Sure that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one free sample and geico. Saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance macadamia nut. I taste. take one more sir i. That's out fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more so i also want to know about your skin hairline because you have a lifestyle brand and a skin care line. You're also one of the first people that got into all this health and wellness way before and what. What are you drinking now. These are the recyclable starbucks tax. What's in lemon and ginger lemon and ginger one all your recipes. I know you're a health freak. I'm a health freak. But i fall off my wagon more than fall off yours. So tell me about the health and wellness things and your lifestyle brand as far as the skin line those as i got older and when i turned fifty and a alterman and i see you recognize that everything has to be lighter. Your skin. you have to see the skin you have to really understand. That covering up is is a delicate balance. You're the expert on this and so covering up. Wrinkles is to me is a sign of insecurity about age. I did post on instagram. In this girl said to me. I can tell you how to get rid the lines on your lips and i was like girlfriend. I'm seventy five. If i didn't have lines on my lips it wouldn't be. I would be fake and i would look like i had a big top leppin. I don't. I've never had a big club. Still there are certain things that just are. And i think that. That's okay as long as you're healthy. You're taking care of yourself but let's not call them wrinkles. Let's call them. Lines landlines lines. But but the whole anti wrinkle concept an anti aging concept is not a positive one. So you want to enhance what you have. You want to enhance what you feel. Good about. And i think less is more and so healthy lifestyle. What you're putting in your body what you're putting on your body. A big part of that has to be from sleep diet exercise and as you get older exercise becomes more important sleep as you. When you're younger is is more important. And the health of your body and the health of the cells in your body are what creates beauty and the ability to feel good about your skin and not having to worry and then if you wanna put lip color on eichel eyebrow whatever which you are the master then it works. It looks good but it's you know you're doing this airbrush kind of thing and then looting makeup on. It doesn't have the feeling of confidence so if you wanna use lipstick we can if you don't want to it's okay to you. Wanna do step on your eyes. It's because you wanna have fun. Not because it's gonna make you look younger. So what do you eat like to drink coffee. No you don't drink coffee. You drink alcohol now. No all right well. Those are two of my favorite things. But i do very healthy versions of bows okay. So do eat meat. I love steak. Tartare okay three. Three art normal. What do but that doesn't mean there are no knows it's for me for me. Hoffy makes me very nervous than i don't feel good nitric off base and i don't feel good when i eat neat. So being in touch with how your body reacts to different things important also you know. Drinking alcohol is being investigated in understood a little bit more than it has been in the past. How much water you have in your body and how much your body weight can handle is a really big part of how deal with alcohol and how much you can drink when you start drinking. You wanna have a handle on how how much you're april to drink and then as you get older. It's harder when you're going through warm model changes because some types of alcohol. A factor hormones in effect tabs. He'll through hormonal changes. Sal there are some times where i've interviewed a series of doctors on aging and they recommend either schilling for awhile or cutting down tremendously but after sixty bobby You can drink again. I never stopped so at least i. I'm ahead of my time. And i don't have a drink. I mean i'm not a you know 'cause why one feels fine to feels not great three feels awful so i you know and yes you have to listen to yourself but then normal what do what did you eat today like. What did you eat. So i had breakfast. This is not a typical day for me. That this is just happens to be what i am today for breakfast. I have an avocado and green tea. And i had some walnuts notes a little crazy. But that's what. I felt like eating. I get up very early. Had my breakfast around seven. But i got up at four thirty so i've worked out and did my Early just going over notes in bangs. But then i had a smoothie with a lot of good nutrition Holders that i really love a lot that helped bonds because my bones are weak and i do a lot of exercise for them and i do different protocol but i found wait results with this smoothie i invented for my bones and so i'm i have a smoothie every day and i is the recipe in the book. I think so. I think so. And what's the powder. I use nutritional powders. I think that they're super helpful. And the good thing about them is when you put them in a smoothie or drank it makes it really very easy to make it a part of your life i think. Vitamins taking you checked so many vitamins. Taking all those pills is just like not happening. But other than d.c. Three and right now zinc obviously because of covert. I think everybody should be taking d three and zinc and vitamin c. And i've also been told that pepsi is good to take even fossil athletically. So i do. But other than those things i think getting attrition from sued and end these nutritional ours is really the best way to absorb them in cheer system. And you know what we're all different and we and the trick is seeing what works for you. Yeah that's so it and you know a really believe you eat the diet that your body wants you to eat. And i don't mean like a chips in leo fat. I put your body is telling you what it wants. Be an what it's able t- telling me to move. I think my body's telling me in the move to show you how easy it is to file a claim with geico. We hired a soap opera. Star gracious me. My car has storm damage. And i had to buy a claim could possibly get worse when my claims team leave me for someone else. Someone less intense No actually when you file a claim with geico you get your own dedicated claims team. Who promises to stay with you throughout the process. I've never known such loyalty. We can't wait for the second season. Geico great service without all the drama geico knows there many reasons why you ride from the exciting adventure of the daily commute to the peace of mind that gyco always has your back with twenty four seven access to claim service and legendary customer service but pamela month had one reason in particular. My skin is extremely averse to most fabrics except for the soft buttery feeling of leather thankfully. I found my clan of leather lovers in the bike and community. It's been life changing geigo motorcycle. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more now. Norma tell me about your book. That's coming out next week. Your book is called. i'm invincible. And how long have you been working on it and tell me about the book a couple years ago. A friend of mine was turning fifty at the beach and a group of women in her age group for having a party for her and with theme was anything about so. I had you know those leather mobile books. I illustrated fifty tips on turning fifty in the ball. And as you now. Fifty is very big marker in woman's life it's meant to be different and how you manage awake through that is really buried. Challenge flow with the rest of your life will be like and so i did the chips and then i got so many calls from the fifty women were at fifty and i was working with at the time and they said we think you need to make it a book now little thing and so it turned into a book. Much rudder and much deeper than just fifty. Obviously i cannot wait to read it. I cannot wait to read it is it autobiographical or is it. More tips is a both. There's two parts of it. The core of the book is about her decades and one happens in each debt. Pay from your twenties. Thirties forties fifties sixty seven days and the transitions. That women goes through join those decades and then not only. Do i use my own life experience to talk about what i went to the time and how that affected my choices and the next decade but i also added tips on lifestyle. And obviously you know. I've been studying healthy lifestyle. The last thirty five years and been intensely into it and so from matt amused how. I incorporated healthy lifestyle at the different decades. So as you know our bodies our hormones are visible Needs or bombs all of that at different times different decades. We have different needs If you want to get pregnant it's much different. Set of tips in exercises in health. In sort of information than if you are going to menopause or you're experiencing for model changes and it's really met bobby to be to be read by the twenty year old. You know the younger you are in having your experience with the buff the more you get out of the so even though i say aging with power at twenty i i remember. My mother said to me happy birthday. Norma it's all downhill from here on twenty. And i was crying because i really have when you're not a teenager anymore. You're starting to deteriorate. Get old but i had psychological concept of aging meaning the end instead of building a power inexperience sell a lot of twenty year olds in a lot of people in their twenties think of aging in a in a negative way. Not just when you're in your fifties so that's a big part of it is being able to get the chips get the information and the insight so that we can manage your way overpaid. So it's sort of a handbook so normal. I have a speed round now. One of the speed round questions is always. What's your favorite cocktail. But i'm gonna. I'm gonna change it. I'm going to change it. What do you drink when your friends are. Having a cocktail sparkling water and lemon. Nobody are now. I mean no one cares no one cares. And what's the last thing you read now. I'm listening to a lot of bucks. And podcast. Because i can sketch and do other things but i read hacking by jamie mezzo. Who somebody you should meet. He's a futurist. he's very interesting. I heard him on a podcast. And i thought he was fantastic so i wanted him down to to learn and now him and his focus great and i love uterus thinking and ideas so that was very appealing for me will good. What is what is the. What are you looking forward to in twenty twenty one so much you know at seventy five your purpose becomes incredibly important and my purposes all coming together. It started with clothing to help. Women feel good and then healthy lifestyle. But i think bringing together everything that i can do offer to women not just as a mentor but also just to to to be supported present. Ideas solutions is really a very big part of my purpose. So this year. I want to start on ways to express it and to really communicate more and more about aging with power and i look at a hundred and twenty as my goal and i stink. If you tell yourself something if you put the thought in your head whatever that is it could be any go. But i tell myself a hundred twenty because even if i don't get there i am forced to be more conscientious about what i'm doing how i'm living life just comically how i'm living to will. We talked a lot about what you do on the inside. But what do you do on the outside. What's your skin care routine very very very simple so my mother used ponds cocaine her whole life. Nothing ass. She never washed her face. Bobby she never puts on her face. Her skin was gorgeous. She never witnessed son and then she would put on red lipstick or whatever you know when she was younger and looked fantastic and i learned from that that less is more olive. Oil is such a big part of my life as you know and so i use olive oil in my products and aloe in charcoal and buried timeless ingredients and so i cleanse my skin. I explicitly moisturised done. That's it. I don't spend a lot of time i use a actually. I have one of your little pots. And i love doing that. That put everywhere cheeks dunno so katy. You look beautiful. That was my next question is are you wearing makeup because you look so beautiful now. I'm not. I'm just long a little but the idea is that i have to show my skin and i work out so much and i'm sweating every day and your exercise videos are so good on instagram. I love when you post those. The leg it keeps going up and down up and down. I'm like oh my god. It's like i wanna take the class but you work at you work. I do i do. I'm almost over an a an injure anna of it's my groin or might push got a pain in the butt. I don't know. But luckily i live with a you know a physical therapist my future daughter in. Oh she's out relays. Yeah so she's helping me and the last question is before before you answer the question. When can i see you in mardi but the last question for the podcast is actually what is beauty mean to you. I ask all my guests. Beauty is clearly The sum total of the of human being you are. It's it's lastly the idea of how you look because you've done all these things to look beautiful but beauty comes immediately to a smile or sparkle in your eye energy. It's it's really an energetic thing more than A tangible thing that comes from doing things to yourself well. I cannot wait to read your book. Congratulations weight on my god. And i hope it's the first of many i miss you. I love you. And i hope to see you guys as soon yeah able sure. Yeah we're clubs thank you so much. Thank you thank for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple. Podcast wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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Jaclyn Smith: 'Charlie's Angels'

It Happened In Hollywood

31:59 min | 2 years ago

Jaclyn Smith: 'Charlie's Angels'

"Hi, I'm Seth Abramovitch. I'm a senior writer at the Hollywood reporter. And I'm chip pope, not a senior writer still or a writer still working on it still working on that. Oh, man. Can you believe those Oscars? I can't believe green book one. And also Lydia Coleman for best actress, but I'm all moved out. How do you feel oh the same man? It's another year where Amanda minds didn't win anything. So, you know, I'm over Hollywood. Right. Holly, wouldn't and Hollywood produces lots of other things. So this week we're dedicating an entire episode to one of the most formative TV shows of my youth, and I know many other people left quite a big impression. It's not conic girl. Power female, cops hair private is had everything. Well, definitely had all those things. So that's what's up on this week of in Hollywood. So TV should we admit how old we are? I don't care forty nine years old. I'm not one of those gals Sofres to say it, and I'm I'm less than that. But. But when we played when we were kids there was a TV show that I think loomed large we're going to go in the way back machine to the nineteen seventies. Could the disco. Bikini cocaine ski diving skied I I was a kid. Anyway, the show was Charlie's angels. It had danger had glamour. It was everything. I thought TV show could be it had a theme song and it had an explosion behind the logo. Anyway, it was really cool. And when we were thinking, what show could we dedicate an episode to that was one of the first ones that popped in my head. But of course, you know, we had to get an angel and who's the ultimate angel. Well, there's one angel that was in every single episode of Charlie's angel. Yes. Jaclyn smith. And that's when we got I thought she was alert beautiful woman in the world when I was a kid. I still do when you look at those episodes, and she still looks amazing. She any what she said. Yes, amazing to me. She's a piece of Americana. She is all American gal. She was a hair model. She was studying with Balanchine to be a LA star in New York, but that's a hard life. And then she started doing TV commercials because she's so gorgeous. She picked him is that seventies all American easygoing glamour than I think paramount kind of signed her to a deal where she was getting all kinds of lessons. Seeing tap dancing acting kind of the end of that system. They would groom people. So she was just, you know, enjoying life, very happy woman. And then she got called in for an audition agent called and said, you know, there was an audition for a show called Harry's angels. It was first Harry's angels. And it was just an open call. And I said, okay, if you know because I had gone I had done other things at Donna show with Robert Wagner. Call switch Eddie Albert different little things, you know, space out here in LA was bicoastal, I kept apartment New York 'cause I loved it. And then I had a place. Here. So I went in and it was a room full of people which I prefer than what they do. Now is putting you on film film. I don't think the way they shoot it. Always captures the person, and you don't really see who they are sometime. So I went in at didn't give a particularly good reading was a little I don't know. If for coal, readings wasn't my thing are sort of liked to have the script ahead of time. So I read for Sabrina because Kelly was to be Kate Jackson. This show was co conceived by Aaron spelling who was very prolific producer who was about to have the biggest string of TV hits television. I've ever really seen. Right. So. Yeah. Before this he'd done mod squad on the rookies and things like that. But this was the start of ones that were to come like fantasy island the love boat dynasty. You had a sixth sense for a certain kind of brain candy that just really? With audiences in the seventies. And of course, this is a period, he's only three networks. So if you can find a hit, and then multiple hits, you're basically the most powerful man Hollywood, right? But he hadn't quite proven himself yet. And this was going to be the show. So it's almost like at this point. He just had a twenty room mansion. And then this stuff would get him one hundred or a mansion didn't have the wrapping paper room for. So they had this idea where there was going to be three female private is each one have different hair color, red blonde Brown, one of each one of each colors and Jacqueline's audition was the for the red headed character have red hair. But everyone at the audition did so these to Australian writers in their mid sixties Goff and Roberts that created the show. But it was called alley cats that it was alley cats. That's right. It's actually going to dress cats way. No. But they were gonna have whips and chains. Okay. Thinking of it as like, it was like furriest or something. It was just they had whips and chains. So Aaron spelling, you know, wanted Kate Jackson to be the star of his show. She was a sensible woman who said, no, we're not calling. This alley cats. She went in and took a meeting with Aaron and there was a picture of three angels. And she did you can't call. It alley cats. And she said it's gotta be angels. So she really was part of the creation so to speak in the development of sending it to another level hairy. Oh was on the on the air at that time. So they didn't want it to be called hair. Kate did wanna stick with Harry's angels. We all did because we had done all our rehearsal with Harry, and we got used to it and Charlie sounded bizarre. Every show in the seventies was a detective show. Do not, you know, the way like you go more hospital crap or whatever you see now on these networks. It seemed like it was all just. -tective and they would have the episode titles. Just like they do Charlie's angels votes right night's episode date when murder always that or is like a plane flying through the air coffee, tea or murder. You know, like that Christmas about jingle bell murders always have murder in it. That's my main memory of these those days shows so Aaron decided to leave all his other TV projects because he was in transit with the whole concept of what was now called Charlie's angels. Really Charlie's was Aaron he liked right? Happy popping. I mean. Yes, he had a departure from that. But in general, he loves that Charlie's angels. He said, it was mind candy wasn't meant to be. Shakespeare, just get involved watch. These girls have fun. The lighting was not highlights and shadows. And moody, it was like get into their faces get into there is really look at these girls. So Aaron loved Charlie's angels yet. Those a lot of close ups of people turning their heads lot of hair Meiling. And I must say it was all our hair. There was no. Today. It's all, you know, wigs and pieces and different things. But that was truly us hair was a big priority in the seventies. Really? They were just looking to cast three heads of hair, basically because they wanted the blonde brunette and redhead Jacqueline. Smith was not a redhead. But there were so sad on it that they were like, no, we're gonna cussed redhead, and they only hired her after they saw the chemistry between Kate Jackson and Farah Fawcett and Jaclyn. So the entire concept went out the window now. It's too brunettes. The blonde. Yeah. What will America respond? Yes. America responded. Right. What I wanted to get Charro in their red hair. Right. But you kind of breathed by the third cast member. But Farah Fawcett was v deal. She was like the Chevy Chase of Charlie's angels. But Firefox sit was a major sex symbol. And and the power of Charlie's angels. The reach of it really launched her star. And of course, when you think of fire faucet, you think of that poster in the hair the hair on the puts. Do that again. I remember I remember when I was a kid one of my sisters older sisters had a head. It was like a disembodied plastic Fara faucet head where you can style her hair glamour center spine yet and thirty two piece makeup kidding. You can try to make fun yourself. Just kind of weird and almost grotesque if you think about it. So it's just ahead with a head with air. Anyway, I had a lot of questions about fair, faucets hair and Jacqueline humored me. Well, she had that hair and it needed its own phone line. And it was the fourth angel because people loved her hair, and it was beautiful, and she didn't really have to do a lot to have that hair. That was her natural. You know, she'd come in with wet hair put a few rollers in it sit under the hairdryer for five minutes. Ten take it down. And boom that was it. That was it. I love how I mean. Her her description of fires hair run for the hills. Oh, you're her hair. Oh, yeah. Explain the the basic concept behind this show. So is three ladies that went to the police academy. Hi jolly. Yeah. So the concept of pretty basic. They're all police academy grads, very kind of kick ass girls. But because they're women they get assigned to desk duty and crossing guard duty, which is all explained in a very efficiently told introductory sequence at the start of every title sequence. And Charlie takes them away from all that right? They go into the private sector more money than in the private eyeing. So the opening sequence of Charlie's angels is I contact. But at this point in the interview, no one could remember exactly what happened, and it just turned into that. Chris Farley sketch from Sarah live where he's just trying to remember what happened on some form of entertainment. You know what I'm talking about? When did they come up with this back story that was in the opening credits every time where you're Glenn cross on time? Yeah. Once upon a time that was just written were you the crossing guard or which one were you of? Faira was the crossing guard. I was into karate. But Kate was what was she schoolteacher? Wasn't it? No. No, oh, gosh. Oh, somebody was typing that was fair. Oh, Kate was the crossing guard. And I was into the karate. You were like, yeah. I was I was karate. There were on the care was typing. The police fair was typing and Kate was the traffic. I mean, what is going on there? Someone was a crossing guard. Someone was in the police. Yeah. Someone was watch on you to just Google it. It doesn't really matter. They they were all very capable women. And it's very progressive got some heat at the time for maybe I think the term was called jiggle TV they were always in bikinis or skimpy outfits although kit Jackson, she got more agency said she wouldn't wear any bathing, suits. So she's start wearing pants suits and really inspiring young Hillary Clinton, I think right? But I think that something important to remember is that these shows were. On the air like Hawaii five o and they always have a beach and bikinis and everything I think because three quarters of the country at any point in time is cold snowy or something or there's ice sheets. And so people turn on TV, they beg. Oh, people in a bikini. You know, they they want the fantasy of southern California. Yes. Which is where the show takes place in LA the show. Definitely took advantage of everything. Elliot had to offer in the late seventies from discotheques to roller derbies to they're always at the beach. They're always they find some way to put detectives in bikini every episode, but they were kicking ass and they were doing it together. And you know, we're obsessed with this bectal test. Well, they were always just having conversations with themselves about well, if they were talking about a man it's because he was a criminal, and they were gonna write his ass. You see that element in it. Like, they were Barbie dolls prancing around him pretty close. We really weren't. We were emotionally and financially independent. We were making our way we were strong. We had each other's backs. And I never thought of it as we were exploited in any way. I didn't then of course, you went onto become feminine feminist icons Camille, Paglia one of the biggest feminist cultural commentators. She holds you up examples of powerful feminism. It was women working together is understanding for each other working together making their way probably Kate was the strongest in that area. Because I basically what that is to me is I carry out what I wanna do. And so I don't think of it. I mean, you know, when something becomes so strong sometime. The message is missed I didn't even think we were exploited. I didn't think we were Barbie dolls. I thought we were working very hard. So I don't. Know why we got slammed so much. We did at the beginning. They gave us no value at all to the scripts to us for us to carry out some of those some of the dialogue, you'd have to say, hey, you know, they gave some reality to it. Right. And you dared to look beautiful while you're doing it when? Yeah. Yeah. And we were young. You know, we were in physically fit. We did a lot of our stunts. And I just think you know, you should applaud that it's three women instead of three men instead of just being a nurse of you know, wife, you know, we were out there doing crazy things. So that I season which aired seventy six seventy seven Charlie's angels was a blockbuster TV smash huge. So many people watch the show like twenty six million households a week or watching this. That's probably what a billion people not great at math who looked to the person to your left and look to the person to the right? And now the three of you are the new Charlie's angel. No, one of you were watching the show. Right somebody. Yeah. Every week somebody who watching that show. And plus the little kids could watch to obviously. Yeah. It was weirdly like titillating and yet very wholesome. Right. So of course, as a result of this success the. Three stars become mega stars instantaneously. And that does something to your head. It's like you're a rockstar. It's like you don't go anywhere without being bombarded. You you don't stand in line at a movie can get a reservation anywhere. You'll get free tennis shoes will you wear this dress. And and do you wanna pose for hustler for a main dollars? Yeah. And we said, no. Roles ROY everything came out as a gift of a rosewood. Yeah. But you had to drive and you had to do some ads and you had to be photographed do ticket. I didn't I didn't. I don't think any of this really wanted that. You know? I mean, I think it's like what did we do to earn this? And I mean, it might sound a little self right? But no, there was always a connection to it. You know, like it didn't just here's a Rolls, Royce. Go have fun in it. You did have to fulfil certain strings strings. I mean and for hustler we would have had to pose nude come on. I mean. Yeah. I I didn't wanna be fully clothed on hustler for. Yeah. No one thing. But it did change our lives drastically. I mean little did we know that overnight, you know, when you're in every in a living room once a week. You know, you become your out of your body, kind of your Leica property to people who watch and think they know you, and I had to have a nut file because people would come to the house and wanna break in and they were married to Annette. I'm sure all the angels had it. So we had a little nut file we called it. And you know, restraining orders were put against some of these people. So. Yeah. Huge life changing turn of events for these three women. You know, the cast went through a lot of changes over the years and chocolate was the only one who stayed all five seasons because she felt she she owed it to her contract into Aaron who should grown very fond of loyal to right, but Farah took a very different. Path and she decided that the end of season one that she wanted to leave to pursue other things right, which I didn't remember that that happened until you know, you just think of that at least she would have been on for a couple years or something. But no just one year. Yeah. And I think everyone assumed it was to become a bigger star. She had her poster out that everyone had on their wall. And you know, she was really a breakout. But we asked Jacqueline about why she thought Farah left and she attributed it to her husband at the time, the six million dollar, man. We have the technology. I think she had a lot of people in our air. I think she, you know, she's married to Lee majors. He wanted her home cooking and being a wife, you give Joe's of that success that you know, he was jealous. I think he just married her to be a homemaker. And I think you know, he was this macho guy, but that didn't really work. So it ended pretty quickly. I think her manager wanted her and to be very honest fair did not like the long hours and the hard, you know, schedule of the show. And I think she thought I need to go on. And I I need to do movies, and I wanna do different things. And and there was her manager telling her that all the time. This is what you should do you'll can be home, and then you can do a movie, and you can take a big break, and you don't have to work to this degree. So I think that had a lot to do with it. We're poster. Become a phenomenon as a pre Charlie's angels more once Charlie's angels hit. Hey, hit then they released the poster and it was hugely successful. And does that put a strain on the set just suddenly her becoming like this? It really didn't. I mean, we were friends, and if your friends, you know, we were all so different. I mean today, we are different. You know? I just remember when they interviewed us the first person for people magazine, they some disrupt perfectly analytical, Kate flashy faira and I was a soft cushion between them. So we were so different as to where lives were going to go and what we wanted. And I just remember that saying to her I'm happy before I'm happy. Now. I'll be happy after. So I mean, hey, that's not to say life is a fairy tale, and you have no hardships. But that show. Wasn't gonna define me. Yes. It define me as an actress. But as a person, no you want the best for your friend when fair wanted to go. I said why keep her here if she's going to be miserable. So she leaves to sort of raise her family and become movie star and never really quite pens out for her. She has movie called some burn with Charles Grodin. Yeah. I think that was supposed to really launch hers as a pinup, you know, movie star in that didn't connect with audiences. Humber really about. Old guy named down. I I figure we gotta talk money and she had a role in Canada run in eighty one. But for the most part the movies weren't happening. But then when she went back to TV clicked in the mid eighties. She did the burning bed which was based on a true story of an abused wife who who kills her abusive husband by setting him on fire, sleep, go ver all nice late fair. And then a couple years later. She does extremities which was based on a play I believe, and it's a two hander where this guy breaks into her house and tries to rape her. And she turns the tables on him and ties him up. And it's a great kind of revenge again, great woman power story. So right, and she did the stage version to well. That's cool. I didn't know that. Yeah. She was an icon. But I don't think the material ever lived up to the legend. Right fair to say, and she had a very tragic. And I think in two thousand six she was in her early sixties, and she got anal cancer. And which is a horrible. No cancer is good. But that's a particularly bad one. And and she died tragically and Jacqueline told us about the fact that she's still processing that. And that was a very difficult loss. Again, you know, we all go in our directions. But as she got sick that brought us closer together. Because my husband's a doctor, and he was very helpful in looking at her her case in her studies where she would choices she was making. And also, I guess at that time it reunited us in a an uneven closer way, I had breast cancer knock on wood eighteen years ago. I you know, I really was very fortunate. And so we just sort of went back together in a stronger way. But when she was in the hospital my. Was sick fair. Loved her mother. I love mine. They called me and said you need to get here because she's not gonna make it too much longer. And I said, I can't I can't leave my mom. I can't. And I knew fair would understand and faira you know was really sort of in a very subconscious state, but people were going in this close people to her. But when she passed away, I got on a plane to fly back here I landed and they called me and said, you're mother's on a respirator. So I had to fly right back. So I did not go to her memorial funeral. And but I you know, what in my head and in my heart. I know faira I was with her when she was talking, and we were laughing still, and I will say that faira never lost her humor and never lost her hope and kept trying and was never pour me. She did say never thought this would happen to me, you know, but she never gave up. So that. It was pretty sad, very tragic, but backtracking a bit too when Farah left the show, the peak of her star taking off, you know, it started a protracted legal battle and she did get out of the contract, but they did lose her that I season. And so then they were presented with needing to replace fire faucet. And they came up with an interesting concept, which was to keep holding onto the bit of the magic they made the the new character her little sister from San Francisco who is eager learning the ropes and sort of like definitely kid sister type character, and they found this beautiful girl named Cheryl Ladd who looked really good in bikini. They never missed an opportunity to put her in one. But what's most remarkable about this episode chip? Yes, is that we broke news while recording this podcast because Jacqueline Smith called up Cheryl Ladd on the phone and spoke to her life for a live reunion reunion. Mini reunion. We couldn't get Kate Jackson on the phone more on that later. But let's relive that magical moment. Where in Hollywood reporter. You're gonna kill me for this. We're talking about our show. Charlie's angels and the history. And of course, we can't tell the real history. I'm seth. I'm one of the hosts of this show called it happened in Hollywood. And I'm chip the other guy. How intimidating was it to join the cast and what are your first memories of of working with Jacqueline yelling? Was just being just completely awestruck at how gorgeous she is still lose. I mean, I John dropping ask. Hi, nancy. Definitely quite impressed with her countenance show today. It was it was kind of surreal to see these these two conic seventies. TV stars both from Charlie's angels, reuniting on the phone in front of us and trading war stories from the set. Right. Mostly about the Keeney. Yeah. Because that's what you talk about when you're Charlie's angel. Yeah. Another bikini. I remember that the show her we weren't even going. We were trying at a store trying on bathing suits planning a trip to Hawaii that never happened in the episode, but they had to find a way to get us at Beijing. We look at each other like, do you believe this crap? I forgot that one. You had to be in the bikini it raised our ratings and come on. That you're saying. Yeah. But not like you girl. Yeah. I don't I don't want to just blew hot air up each others butts. All. Just like you immediate blowing hot air up each others butts all day. It's just another day the podcast factory. Anyway, that was pretty cool though arena. Well, I feel like we're bringing people together we've brought them together. But there was one person who is missing that's true. Kate Jackson trying to get Kate on the phone to be kept referencing her in this sort of obliquely difficult snicker way, right? Like, the she was kind of tough to deal with. Yeah. So of course, you know, you wanna get that on the phone, interestingly, Kate sort of dropped out of Hollywood shoot opted a son. He's college age now, she just doesn't act anymore. She was one of the biggest stars of the seventies. Maybe we should call. Come microphone. Yeah. It looks to call. On the phone, but don't talk to. I'm frightened. I never thought I was Assissi. But. Ooh. Oh. Yeah. Very dart. And then yeah. She did mention the Kate sort of cheese, still talks to Jacqueline everything. But had traded calls. Just the week before we tape the interview. Yeah. So what struck me was how much all these women are still in each other's lives. Right, right. Considering it something from forty years ago. And they you know, they kind of talk about each other like family members like oh that k-. Yeah. There seems to be a little bit of a fear of cake. In the way, you fear. You know, you're domineering older sister. Right. Right. Like that's going to be like. But there's something about Charlie's angels that whether you were you were Charlie's angel or you were fan something about it is quite enduring. Right. And they made how many of the first series of films. They made a couple. Yeah. Now, they're rebooting it yet. Once again, this time, Elizabeth banks is directing Kristen Stewart is going to be running around in a bikini. I find that hard to imagine. I don't think she'll being became. Yeah. I think this might be more. It's reader. Yeah. It's a grownup world when you you gotta at some point you go from choosing between a war wolf and vampire to being a detective. Well, I don't know I have faith in Elizabeth Bank. She and have a good time on the screen. So hopefully, she's putting together a great reboot of Charlie's angels. So that another generation can just be entranced with it the way we. We were. Yes, she'll do a good job with banks and Jacqueline is watching keenly as well. What are you hoping for this new film? Like, you do you even care or something you hope they get care. And I think Elizabeth banks is so talented in a plus. But what I hope is that they keep some of the simplicity of our show, you know, where it's really about the girls and not about you know, when they tried to recreate the show in Miami. That was like they were crimefighters, and you didn't see wrote that it was dark and our show isn't dark. I mean, even when drew did it was popping and fun and happy, and you know, jumping off roofs and surviving as a little crazy. But I think I just wanna see the girls work together. Believe their friendship because I think that is what made our show special there. You have it from the angels mouth the secret recipe to what what made the show works. Well, one of Harry's angels. She told us the real scoop. Well, thanks to Jacqueline Smith. Thank you to share a lad, we hope you enjoyed this as much as we did. It was a lot of fun. Yes. 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The owner and lee down a kiss the tiger on the head. What took him by his collar. Diane says demand took the tiger inside his home. Then minutes later drove off with tiger and side a vehicle as one. We'll do shock on offense one. We'll do can you imagine if that dude rear ends you and you buy your life. Is that a stuffed animal for the. Hov lane or is thing is moving. you don't don't worry about it. I got uninsured motors. It's okay don't worry i know. No biggie england got it. Hey no problem. We're all running late. You've got the people hit hardest by democrat policies. Were always be the working. Poor the working. Poor mike o. Betty programs value chani contain data. Breach saw this know announcing is not even one of the great gardens. His opposed you. What merck people thought. We had an eight thirty. Tony contain was for the next generation. What farah fawcett was for the one. Before i mean farah fawcett was the it girl in about seventy seven. You either had that poster are you. Didn't that was a poster. Talk about iconic. You're right there's never been a big poster of a woman wonder woman up there marilyn monroe with the dress but was that really. A poster was more of a magazine spread. Yeah that man. That was a good. What over twenty years earlier. She tore poro. Joe di maggio at fellow into her went to her graveside every day. Embroiled flowers i mean. He's retired athlete. He didn't have a lot more going on. Consistency was sorta his thing. Fifty six game hitting streak went to her grave site every day. What is your thing against big. Noses i kind of like big knows. There is a woman in building and ramona. Where are we going another day. Oh yeah yeah. We were going to a meeting together. A new show sponsor and we're driving out and there's a twenty contained looking woman. She's hot. I mean she's really hot. We i mean i'd seen her a little bit but we don't have a deli anymore. Are building is dying off. I i don't know if they're gonna level it or just everybody's moving out everybody's moving out of our building. It's it's it's kinda sad. It's sort of like a small town when the when the sole industry closes down and the poor guys that worked here. They're the nicest group of guys and they know it. They know it because they're no tenants anymore. They're the only ones in the building and us them and us it. We yeah so anyway. We're leaving the building and the parking lot is abandoned. This would be a great if you did a new jack city part to this would be a great place to do it you could do. You could do the fire to keep warm in the parking lot. The parking lot as abandoned and wesley snipes needs the money. Now pay the irs. Back we re shoot that here. So ramone and i are leaving then we go driving out and i say look at that woman. She's hot and his response to this woman. Who i assure you fellas and ladies ninety seven percent of you would say some version of why she is quite attractive. Or isn't she fetching or man. What i d. I mean you you have whatever your version is of. She's attractive and ramones answer was. She's a big schnauzer. But what that's you know. That's always worry about guys who when you point out a woman being hot. We will point to one thing about her. They don't like and that's that's always kind of a. I'm not saying that. I'm just saying i find that to be an audio if you want to see the video of the tiger roaming through a west houston neighborhood. That is on our blog. Do to a big shortage of experienced truckers. A texas company is offering experienced truck drivers fourteen thousand dollars a week. Fourteen thousand dollars a week. This story also is on the blog. Michael berry show dot com. This news report comes from k. e. n. s. five when the pandemic hit many truckers left the industry because there not as much product to hall and the rates transport those products like gasoline tumbled. Now that demand is backed up but with fewer truckers to transport those products a massive shortage is looming and. It's not just going to be gasoline. It's not gonna just to be. Would you were talking about all your retail goods clothing food dula paper. You name it There's shortages kim grinding. The ceo and owner of energy says the shortages aren't going to only take place this summer but well beyond that the is gonna last to four years could be longer because the population's getting stronger. We have more and more companies coming back online at the end of eighteen. They were close to sixty thousand truck drivers needed. There's drivers transport close to seventy one percent of all freight across the us. It is estimated that about one point one million truck drivers will be needed over the next ten years. That's about one hundred ten thousand a month but it's been harder to entice those drivers to come back because of changing laws. I think the proposals eight percent corporate tax increase in the past couple of weeks was introduce. We're making it more difficult for these guys. Get on the road. That's why energy is offering experienced drivers fourteen thousand dollars a week. That comes out to sixty thousand dollars a month or close to three quarters of a million dollars a year. But you've got to have that experience with insurance companies won't insure you if you're not twenty five years old if you don't have two years of experience so as a new driver coming now. These opportunities aren't available to unfortunately plumbers electricians carpenters truck drivers skilled trades right. Now are commanding big money. And that's not going change. And i'll tell you there a couple of reasons for that number one. We sent too many kids to college. Everybody believed you were supposed to go to college. Are you or you are a loser. That was a wrong headed thing for us to teach. Kids and many people who are adults are guilty of this. And i'll tell you how they do it. You're at a party family reunion a gathering event and you ask somebody who is probably early twenty s so you in school no. You're not going to call it. Where'd you go to college. What does it matter honestly. What does it matter. I meet people who they think. The most interesting thing about them is where they went to college. If the most interesting thing about you is where you went to college you are boring. Asked person seriously you. You went and sat in classes over there. You made some friend okay. How about since. Then you know where winston churchill went to college. No 'cause you don't need to. Because he did some things. We have gotten so caught up in this whole college. Nonsense they push you bought it alumni association people die and they give all their money to the university so the university can teach the next generation of kids that the guy who gave the money was a monster and that his industry should be destroyed. Do how many of those people busting out windows are in college now. So feeder program for failed policies. It's exactly what it is. It's why rush limbaugh spent so much time railing against the university. Because he saw it coming he saw it coming where the most awful among us go to hide in an office and then in doctrinaire your children so what happened. We have too many people who spit their good early years. When they could be learning institute sorta they do. They come out and fold close at abercrombie and fitch which doesn't even have retail locations. Now so what. What do they do now. People can't find jobs when we need electricians plumbers if you did a new jack city part to this would be a great place to do it you. Could you know you could do the fire to keep warm in the parking lot. 'cause parking lot as abandoned and wesley snipes needs the money. Now my betty programs value. Try to track this day. Nineteen seventy-four eric. Clapton towards i shot the sheriff cover of bob marley's. He was reluctant to do it but he did. It would become the only number one hit of his career true story twenty six shot at least in chicago over the weekend. The month end totals for april in chicago. Fifty six killed two hundred fifty eight wounded now. You might think to yourself well. That's better than last april where it was fifty eight killed so to fewer people were killed. It wasn't even to per day. But in april of last year it was one hundred ninety five wounded this year. It was two hundred fifty eight. I have long said the only good news in chicago. Is there really bad shots. Fifty six killed two hundred and fifty eight wounded mean. What is that three hundred. Fourteen people of the fifty six killed fifty two were shot and killed three of them were stabbed by stabby mc stabby. You know i wonder now. I'm not going to say. One of them was strangled. Who still strangles people to death. There's a pistol on every corner. You had to work at that. That's a rage that's array. Like you know what. I could walk across room. Get a pistol. I'm not gonna do it. I hate you that much to death. Investigations that means. They don't know how they died yet for the month. Zero were shot by police. Zero were shot in self events. Six homicide linked arrests average of ten people shot per day. Five days were homicide. Free forty nine males kilt and only seven females. Forty seven of the victims were black. Seven were hispanics and one of them were white now. What percentage of the shooter's do you think we're black. When black people kill black people. Jesse jackson said it's a miller time. It is run of the mill it is average it is normal it is expected it is routine black. People murder black people every day in this city in numbers that if any other group was carrying it out it would be a crisis. But they don't care and the media doesn't care and the democrats don't care and that's why they spend so much time talking about george floyd last week. Michelle obama said even as rich and powerful and a celebrity. That she is. She worries every time her daughters get into a car because those rich little girls when they're driving from one of their massive twenty million dollar homes to the other. She worries about a racist cop and her lack daughters. Really what you ought to be worried about is some black dude putting a cap in them. Because that's what happens. What happens is black people. Kill black people in this country. And why is it so upsetting when we point this out. Why does that bother people so much. Black people kill black people in this country every single day. It's not cops killing black people unless the black people try to kill the cops i. It's black people. Killing black people go to worldstar and just watch it. I can tell you this. If somebody forward you video and there is a melee. There is an absolute utter malay. There are people wailing on each other. There's about a ninety nine percent chance it's black people doing it i look. I don't make the rules. I'm just telling you what's happening is about a ninety nine percent chance white people doing it. You don't see asians doing that. You don't see white people doing it. Although the second biggest group is white people you don't see hispanic student and think about. How much hispanics are gathering. They're having a barbecue every week. And the whole family there fifty five kids twelve adults bunch of people loud music lots of drinking. Nobody's no malays wailing on each other. You don't see the at mcdonald's one group coming in and beaten up on the show you don't see white people hispanic people asian people grabbing the woman behind the counter by the hair and pulling her over the counter and four of them kicking her. You don't see it. It's been a rash this past week. Actually past month of videos released now it happens. But they're just releasing the videos of some random black guy between the ages of sixteen and thirty five walking up on an asian person and absolutely just going conor mcgregor on us not out of them while someone else films it and then they laugh and they walk off the person dead or close enough to it for. No reason. unprovoked didn't know that person. Random person and it's been a a series of cases where it's asians now. The media loves to say that this is all because of donald trump. And you know what i think. They're probably right. I think your average twenty year old thug listens to donald trump when donald trump says accurately that the corona virus started in china and that it's china's fault and therefore that black guy who has fifteen warrants out for his arrest before trump ever said that goes up and just beats random. Asian person that that's highly believable. That's a realistic assessment of what's going on in this country. That's what we all believed to be true to children. Twelve and younger were shot in chicago. For in april one of them fatally fifty-one teenagers. Were shot not one by a cop. Twelve of them fatally side ages ranged from seven to sixty two team. Inglewood lead with thirty seven shot. Six of them fatally sixteen. People were grazed. Five people were sell fees. That means they weren't as accustomed to their weapon. But you're not sure gun control would help. I'm sure that of these two hundred fifty eight people wounded and fifty six killed. I'm sure it was all by legally required. Guns gun. control will help that. This is ridiculous. We all know what's going on in this country you've got. I have long said the only good news in chicago. Is there really bad shots. Psycho betty programs value want to hear an interesting perspective on race and the police found a black cop any black cup not the ass kissers who rise through the ranks of big city police departments because they're usually gain players. They're not allowed to have opinions. They're like the guys that get to the top of the military. They politely decline having an opinion because having an opinion might in some way slow their rise to the top and they've sold their soul. You go get yourself your average patrol officer and you let him start spewing and you will hear some stories you will feel like a white liberal when you talk to a black cop. I'm telling you you will realize it. You are soft because you start every sentence with you know. I'm not a racist or anything. But i was Are some of the again. I'm not a racist. Because like i'm against the civil war in the south was evil and everything but are some of the guys who or arrested many times who are non white Sort of course hair and elevated athletic ability are they sometimes not nice people. The you know the ones that are shooting each you and just let him go. Just let let me taste them. Those guys are the voice that media does not want you to hear because those guys will tell ya the kelly to cabbage. They will tell you in terms that are not the edges have not been ground down. There will be no ruffled flourishes. It will be straight up real. Talk lou off cerna. Gentlemen meet me out of the compound. I'm about to hoop your little mayo ass. You remember that remote. That was the scene right there. I remember when he pretty good mail. Mail gets a shot on buses. Let pretty good meal. You remember how bad he whipped him. Remember how bad. He beat Gerbil what's his name Gear how bad he beat him up and then he left him on the ground. For dead he goes. Nah what was the deal are. Now if you want a deal or you go ahead and he leaves and then i think the next thing you see is he's he's being sworn in right. I think my favorite scene in that movie. They changed but is after he comes back on his motorcycle and he's been through school and all that and he's going where are you from iowa. Is doing that same routine. He had double richard gere slowly getting back to normal. The people demanded it seventy three thousand plus fans at. At and t. Stadium in arlington for canelo alvarez fighting billy joe saunders reportedly breaking the us boxing record for the largest indoor crowd ever a beautiful sight on saturday night at. At and t. stadium in arlington. Where seventy three thousand one hundred twenty. Six fans showed up to watch the highly anticipated bout between canal. And billy. joe. Saunders promoter eddie hearn says quote this is the biggest live event. Crowd post pandemic. We also heard we officially broke the. Us boxing record for largest indoor crowd. Of course local news outlets are gonna use the fear porn route from nbc dfw. Doctors and other experts fear such lax rules could lead to an upswing and covert nineteen cases in basically all the other local news outlets were complaining about the lack of masks at. At and t. Stadium all varez finished saunders off with an uppercut in round eight. I can't believe meditate rounds. Saunders didn't answer the bell for round nine. Alvarez is fifty six one and two with thirty eight chaos who beat him s chad. Who beat him. He'll know it wasn't the macho man randy savage. That's see that's a stupid answer. That's my point while you if you don't have something useful or smart or productive to say please don't just mike dyson bitty major. I was excited about tyson. Fighting roy jones but that fight man how best to say. That was disappointing. Did you watch it. Oh six months ago. You didn't see this. don't worry you didn't miss anything roy jones. It was so sad you felt like tyson was in the canada shape that he he could have murdered roy jones and he didn't he just kind of danced around it. You remember the pastor. We had on our tour pavlovsky from alberta viral for refusing to cave to the pope wrote to shut him down. We had him on the show a few weeks ago. He's now been arrested for violating lockdown orders. And let me tell you something. Go to our website and watch the video and see it for yourself. They sent an entire swat division to pull him over on the side of the freeway. He made drag him across the freeway. They shut him down on his way home from church. They surrounded him like he was osama bin laden. Thank them sort of the year. So as the injunction served on archer here david. I am to place both under arrest region queens bench quarter under arrest this which of the heart which your name officer address fifty to forty four kick. Then we got here. How do you. How do you want breaking desktop dapo. What's officer what's your name in numbers. Much your name. please lots guys. This is nine communist china. Think family kids. Whatever happened to can't keep roaming free. What are the unit do when they come for your kids seem on you guys equal yourself. Canadians your. where's your honor. Where's your dignity you guys aren't you won't find a bigger holster sniffer than me. You won't find a bigger supporter of law enforcement than me. But there's some law enforcement officers whose should be ashamed themselves for the things they've done over the last year. Would you shoot into a crowd if you were ordered to. Here's pavlovsky speaking from jail. Our hang out like a piece of the police and taken to jail so and we're talking about corruption and decided to me as a political prisoner to silence. I think the more people will see what's going on the four people arise off a lot four candidates and political system. We need to clean the corruption. We have to make those people aren't comfortable again. Have to bring the record the wheel recalls so people can recall and we have to bring back the referendum so people have backed their voice so they will feel included in the main key decision. Making both right for it was mayweather course.

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Secret Dump #49: "Sleep Away Camp"

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

21:25 min | 3 months ago

Secret Dump #49: "Sleep Away Camp"

"Welcome to the endless honeymoon. secret down. yeah we to dump some secrets out. Today we gotta take. I'll do it. S secret dump. I was going to say that. But i thought you would disapprove. I'm over it. i can handle anything now. These after the pandemic you can do pooh-poohed humor. Yeah no i think. I think when it finally broke for me is when i had to tell you if i was using the bathroom in your rv. If i was going to shit. Or if i had told me that basically you can see. There's different physical position. You have to get an toilet if you shit so you have to get on your hands and knees and start churning the toilet after you go so then everyone knows you dislike took a shit so then after that happens here first of all you don't have to get on your hands and knees do because it's hard to turn you're doing it wrong trying to say second of all composting toilet second of all. I'm i'm able to separate that stuff out. I don't think about i don't coach. Osi must mean she's been shitting but anyway. Wow now that. I know you shit in the toilet. It's kind of changes everything for me off. We do have a big announcement as you may or may not be able to notice. Cutie is not here. don't say that no. She's not she's outside. We were unable to get her into the recording booth today. She's sending herself old lady in fort lauderdale. She's just kinda like right. Where where miami beach where to. The old women go in florida. I think it's florida all of it. I believe i believe florida's a cavalcade of seniors but Yeah nice weather cuties. No longer with us. She's out out in the on the porch. What i'm getting you ready for when she's about to die but you could croak okay. She looks like she's about to die. I don't know she she didn't talk. You shouldn't mourn the living. I'm not morning are. I'm celebrating her life and when she does pass away. We'll do a memorial episode of her. Don't say that she might not even pass away. That will freak. You gotta admit at a certain point dude. Is it too late to get her cloned. I don't think so. But i wouldn't recommend it. Lie because they attack clone dogs not true never heard of the clone wars and star wars wait clones attack close attack. Are you kidding. No cleanser violent clones of dogs and cats every kind of clone. You remember dolly the sheep they cloned you remember. Do you remember the sheep that you don't remember. The first point sheets killed master true. Yup i don't even know for telling the truth to death i'm serious and then and then and then turned to the other technicians in the lab and said i'll be seriously say what's up. I'm just reporting the news anyway. Don't memorialize the living either. She's fine yeah right now. She's fine. Natasha i would. I'm feeling a little bit full in my abdomen. And i have to just dump some of it out. Do you mind if we dump. Yeah let's let's let's let's take out most up in our hands and knees and hand crank this secret dump there I'm high in the laws And i really thought. I should contact you When i was younger is all a neighbor of genus who come over on his riding lawnmower He was wearing shorts and like at high the hit of his peanuts parallels who is short in and scene and then when i was about nineteen dad told me that This same neighbor was arrested for having child porn on his computer. And i definitely today Wonder if he like meant to expose himself to me like if that was part of that like whole days Anyways love you and all of you hetero normativity very cute happy. That was very patronizing. She's right we like she's like i know that you're underneath whatever i am but i like it. It's like that's how we feel about cutie. That's how she feels about us. Cutie is your equal the dog. what the hell are you talking about. How she's you know she's beneath you. She's a dog but we love her. So that's how that queer woman thinks of us. She's like they're they're cute hundred percent. The guys don was out on purpose. That's my listen. If you have daughters just keep them away from men as much as you can honestly. That's like i'm kind of i. I listen to that larry. Nassar the gymnastics coach podcast series called disbelieved or something like that. I don't remember it's really horrifying and at the end of that. I was just like. Oh it's just never birth to have my kid around men alone ever just never know. In any circumstances. Ever if i gymnastics coach no scout leader. No spend the night at her friend's house with his brothers and dads. It's a hard one. You know what the answer is a town. I would just say no. You're never gonna let her have a sleepover to friends. House she can host ever. She's gonna become like a weirdo. That people are like yeah. She doesn't her mom doesn't letter of sleepovers and then she'll go to therapy and she's not going to connect the dots so she'll say my mom. Never let me have sleepover. She was so afraid of men that she never let me have sleepovers. How about this idea. Okay go ahead. I was gonna say i feel really glad that my mom somehow that from happening to me it seems. Sometimes you get lucky. I'm not saying my. It's my mom's but i'm asleep over. Yeah yeah she didn't. That's not how she did it anyway. Here's the secret. I got it. We cultivate our child. Only being friends with a queer parents or single moms and then if we find out there's a brother in the house say there's something we don't like about that child and then we don't let the hang out there anymore. So she can have the sleepover but we do like a long con- honestly here's here's my suggestion to you. Moshe leap over. I didn't have those clouds. Like fifteen completely insane. Why first of all. I don't literally. I do not believe you think you're lying. That's first second if it's true that's crazy. What were you living in the dead from. Footloose house fifteen fifteen. I was in rehab. Not not like. I was approaching it. I was in already asleep over in like sixth grade. No honey no. You had a sleepover in like when i was like eight eight nine ten. Yeah that's normal. Well i just don't think you need to be pushing it pushing it hose. Who wants to deal with a bunch of kids in the morning. what are you talking about. Pick your kid up at eleven or whatever. I don't know this is crazy. You don't remember sleepovers. How exciting they were you. What you're gonna let the specter of child molestation make it so that our child doesn't have a fun. Childhood sleepover kyun on sleepovers. Were not a big part of my memories of childhood. The will that's reconstructed them with his new foot. Lucienne philosophy all right. Well you know. I mean every kid goes on sleepovers. It's like i'm just saying you can like try to like manipulate it. So you're always the host but they don't know that they're not allowed to have sleepovers under what about having it at our house. You understand what happens at that point what everybody thinks. I'm a child molester. They're like why do the cashere- legere always want to host the sleepover. They won't let their kids sleep up. There always come come this way coming. Come over any child can stay here. Do you see your incriminating me. I guess it'd be syndicate over at a sleep. Oh sleep away. Camp is like a sleepover. Ooh so as soon as they're going to sleep away camp. Yeah nothing you can really do with you. Don't have to send out. I thought you were supposed to. I don't know i've never had a kid posted. Did you go to sleep boy. No but i always hear you know what that's like a rich l. a.'s. Yeah that's what it is. Because like everybody i talked to an who grew up in l. a. is best sleep away rich a rich person thing. Okay because i never really heard of that will the grew up rich guarantee. Our podcast producer went to sleep way at her house. Let's look at saying no you're saying no no okay. She didn't she didn't but it's a thing. Jews especially all the jewish go for like i don't know i think it increases as you get older you start with like a week and then it goes up to like four weeks in the woods. We're talking about sleep weekends. That people go to sleep. We can't especially jews love asleep. Why can't why because they go to the woods and be jewish and until they cultivated ju- identity. We do like weird sacrifices. I think i never was able to go. But so i was never able to see the sacrifices and the and the gentle baby blood drinking and stuff like that. How old does a young jude. Jewish child go to sleep away camp. What's the typical age twelve. I think eight eight. They're spending the night by themselves. I think so. I think so. That's weird nine maybe nine. That sounds like something that like. Smart parents have thought up so that they can have a break. Go on vacation. Probably so all these jews were like. Oh my identity was forged there l. I made connections there. That i will never forget and they made me who i am today. And they're all like working. They'll get adult jobs from each other. I didn't get any of that shit. Oh it's like a place to start networking when you're sick. Ju jewish camp. Yeah no i'm joking. Yeah i just mean like it's these like deep connection. I didn't get any of that. Shit i was just a fucking broke ass welfare ass to send my child asleep me too because you get two weeks off you get to go to paris. Although it is kind of funny to go to sleep wake you send your kid to sleep. Wake and you immediately board a flight to bordeaux or something and then she calls got hello mudder. Hello fata. I want to come home. And you're like a kid. We're having kolkov calvin right now. Sounds it's very civilized definitely seems yeah that was. I don't think i knew anyone who did that. Yeah i didn't go either. All right wait. We're in the middle a secret doubt. Let's let's dump a secret. Hey hey cashier. I gotta secret for you. I was on vacation with my wife and on the first night she was getting in the hawk nuts. I was getting ready to get into the hot tub in the bathroom. There's a fat fucking cockroach on floor. I've put it under the fuller brush span. She wouldn't find it there And like the next day came and got. It threw it out the window. Tom i just prayed that we didn't get any more cockroaches for the rest of the totally ruined trip. William have any. I got away with it since you. Listen to the podcast. Now suck all right. Bye ruining his Reverse engineer ruining his honeymoon. Would that ruin a trip for you if you saw one cockroach. Not know if he should the bed yet. Right arm bringing up. Why are you bringing that up. I know why are you might mentioning. I mean we we specifically said we would never talk about that. And i wasn't drinking i. We were in tahiti. And i drink a bunch of to hetian treat and it didn't agree with me and i left to treat of my own. I'm just saying. I didn't shit the bed. That's a joke. That was all jokes. Your mind right right right. you know. It was hard for me when you remember you. Slept with the butler on our honeymoon. That wasn't good honestly. Though on our honeymoon we did go to tahiti and This was bad will probably never be able to get this out of my mind. We agreed to go on a jet ski trip and Like a around the island hated it. Well i hated it more because for some reason the jet ski leader and then all of the other patrons had done it a bunch and i didn't know how to do it and i was like kinda scared and kind of didn't know how to turn the thing and i was trying to keep up just kept lagging behind and finally the french jet ski man turned around came back and grabbed natasha. Off of my jet ski and just cuts up. You can and just like hated. It was i was bomber. He took me see. I got sika seek but the end of the trip. I did figure it out. I knew how to it was fun. All right well. I think that Cockroach sounds like they're kind of looking for an excuse. He wants out all right. Play the dump dump one last dump one last push. Hey no show My is when i was in college. I did this girl for awhile and we eventually broke up cheated on me. I have a few things that are dorm over over time and she had been all in the box for me to pick up from from her dorm roommate. Just let me in. And just walk lockup once she left. I was about to leave with the box. When i saw this display case of lipsticks that she just fucking cherished and each lipstick. Had the little advocate. Or want for your. Let's and i thought this'll be the perfect time to be petty. Pull down my pants and just fucking painted my date with each one each and every single one like like if gojra keith painted cock. That's what my was my last now back for about a year and she posted on instagram right. That she's married so boy and looking through her story strong operating and in the background. I see that exact thing display case and the and it looks like literally the same from when i left that day. And it's just. It's just really satisfying to know that. Every time she just oh boy and probably even time. She kissed them for for the engagement. That my dad was on both their lists so I either way congratulations sir. Innocence kaku have a great fucking marriage. I love the old boy. But i also love. How harsh she is. I mean he's like fuck you did usually when we fuck you. Oh boy we usually when we when we hear these revenge ones we go. Hey come on his paid off. Yeah it just wait. The girl has a display case for her lip gloss. I kinda see. I don't know you tell me you know more than those. Things fit the lipsticks into the background of a picture photos with her with all boy. Oh boy oh boy had that dick on his mouth i will. I was going to say it. I like why paint your penis. I would've i would've just dibbled it into my butthole. Each one a double but now the but the poetics of the of the song of the dawn lips on the may you kiss the bride and they're being like a microscopic layer of young boys dick between the lips of of old girl and boy. There's something beautiful about that. I gotta say and it doesn't really affect you as much or a stick a bunch of lip gloss up your anus. Right that is very true. You could get a cancer. That's farah fawcett seriously. Yes from a revenge based lip gloss butts. You didn't know that such common knowledge all right so we play one more. seek hi I have a secret to share. So i live with my boyfriend and he pays the rent. I don't pay the rent. The rent and are high. Like san francisco apartment so we have an arrangement that i pay the grocery and he has a pretty good taste and he buys pretty doesn't think since when it comes to wine he by but expensive wine and So i have the task to steal Wine supply apartment. So usually i would go to trader. Joe's in by the chief the swine they have like four or five dollars but you guys know so he thinks i spend the money and they're pretty expensive wine languid quality wine but in fact this one is more like three or four dollars and he does know he probably doesn't even need to know you already spent a lot of money grocery so was the difference between twenty dollars. One and five dollars one from trader. Joe's i guess told us saying so. That's the secret probably yeah. He doesn't now only your now thinks you. I don't understand the hustle hits the kara. Do they have carafes of wine that she needs to refill one of her duties and i like that she took it very seriously. I wish like. I feel like with you. It's not quite like one of your duties. It's like hopefully you'll remember. Well that's because i pay half of the mortgage ha. You don't give me duties because i'm not in your in your debt. Why does she have to be in his debt. She pays for the groceries first of all. I think groceries cost less than rent. Probably but anyway i didn't understand the hustle. Exactly i like the spirit of a. What does it mean to refill the want. I think what she's saying. Is he this husband of hers. Who has very good taste buying the type of wine that he likes to have in the house it to refill his his crafts. I guess is golden carafes that he leaves. Oh okay and then she but she will buy the or get that. I just didn't understand how the hustle worked. But you're saying carafes yes. I don't know it was. It was a little unclear to me. Felt like that's a level of rich than that. I don't know where maybe home you. Empty the bottles of wine into a craft or maybe they have like a weird aerator or something elegant machine or maybe what she does. She gets the four dollar poured into the old bottle and be like. Oh no no. They're still full something like that anyway. Good you lady funnel yes. She's got a golden funnel. You can dip a golden fallen uranus as well if lady if this ever gets more sour and he treats you with less respect dip a funnel in your anise and pour the wine in and you will be he will be drinking your but though i can totally respect this hustle issue with it. I mean well. I really don't have issue with it because we have history with it. We told this story before. Yes that i that. I you more expensive wine at our wedding and you failed the test and so did your wedding planner. That was advocating for the more expensive one. We brought trader. Joe's wine and i bought expensive wine and they put them into cups and poured him in. I said which one tastes better. And they unanimously. Everybody voted for the trader joe's. And then the crazy part happened. The tasha defeat everybody was like wow crazy trader. Joe's it is. And then i fucking come into the area where the wine is for the wedding and it was all the expensive stuff i ordered just a few of them and i was like why why you say. Hey someone didn't like you said it tasted better. And she's like i think it might cause more hangovers. That's true why. Based on what i don't know the tannin's how do you know the cheap wine doesn't have less tenants or more tenants or honey. I know that this lady is fighting. Fight that i started fighting seven years ago. So respect to you lady keep up the good work tosh. I don't wanna do this podcast anymore. I have to go okay now. Okay i love you. I love you too.

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