20 Episode results for "Fifty Five Degrees"

Bits and Pieces  MDW327

Mike Dell's World

10:17 min | 1 year ago

Bits and Pieces MDW327

"Mike Dell's world number three twenty seven the up having to buy a sixty inch Class T._v.. Oh now for the soapbox catch me later there it is and good morning good evening good afternoon whatever the case may be Geez it's been awhile since I've done one of these do make time and to that end we did hire a another full ears simply because it just generally don't try not to turn on the furnace of course I do have the Little Aden pure timer to work in my department so let him announced that publicly but yeah part lunch break and I won't get one because you know everybody's pulling them in all different directions and staff starting this fall so come up soon where get a little more busy on that but you know you've heard that before I've said that before uh-huh oh well what it is lots of distractions but if I don't purposely take heater by the way I'm on my lunch break here from work figured what the heck so go back to it so we'll see WANNA make a big deal out of it but yeah it's been Nice it's cooling off here Tober but don't think we're GONNA have to many more those right now it's a whopping fifty five degrees outside and I did break down few other things going to be working on podcast help desk a lot more I decided I'm GonNa take my podcasting just a little more seriously so it's a summer only vehicle ones work vehicle and Yeah so that's what's going on here yeah about a month and I talked about my new van and all that and I did finally get rid of the pickup truck that went away yesterday the hot weather we although we did have an eighty degree day beginning of the week that was a little weird for you know beginning about in turn on the furnace so that's probably one of the earliest furnace turns I've had in a while and last few MHM don't even know how long I guess I can go look into it looks like it's been about a month salom down to a normal number of vehicles even though it's still four but for two drivers oil one of them's a camper on podcast insider we had a session for international podcast day and our noise you hear in the background but em actually ignoring them of course then no the yeah of course the Amazon talking to over in the corner decided it wanted to hear something and then answer it to be on the podcast you too take some phone calls and all that stuff and it'll just be a little nicer that way When here shortly loosely everybody in their brother all of a sudden is trained to talk to me on slack of course while recording so let's that being session with Mackenzie and todd and I from blueberry is on the podcast insider dot com feed take time off I don't come back to his big a pile of stuff to do so you know the the the typical thing by that amorous has gone full time

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Is late February or early March too soon to apply Preen?

Your Gardening Questions

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Is late February or early March too soon to apply Preen?

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you were partnering with stoke seeds preplanned your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website, now mobile and tablet friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog, whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus, all the gardening accessories. You need to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with Stokes. Now. Today's question I need to know if it's too early to put pren- on under my shrub. Well, I'm gonna tell you. I think. Yes. Now, I'd have to look at directions. The chemistry may have changed a little bit. But I have used it. And I think we're you would be and I would to be two to three weeks. A head of the schedule. Now, definitely you have to put it down to prevent the germination. There's no question about it. But I'm thinking that as cool, and with snow depends on where you live course. But with the snow had and running oh barely over forty as an average. I think you're just a little early. But certainly three weeks would be pretty close to about the right time very much. You're welcome and count your temperature at when when the lawn hits well the lawn and garden area hits fifty five degrees. You may have to use your meat thermometer to find out. But when it hits fifty five degrees, you better have it downright soon. Thanks again for listening to the podcast. Remember preplanned your indoor seed starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com. Cultivating successful growers for generations.

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How to Store Canna Bulbs for the Winter

Your Gardening Questions

01:33 min | 2 years ago

How to Store Canna Bulbs for the Winter

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio. If you have a gardening question you'd like our host Fred Howard to answer send him an Email, the with recipes Fred at plant talk radio dot com now for today's question at Fred you wanted to touch again on the pats question about the Canas, oh, she was asking about storage also with kind of covered it. But I just wanted to mention that where I Mike Yossi has never caused me to put a thermometer in their I doubt that Mike crawlspace ever gets below fifty fifty five certainly not not below forty five and just above freezing. And I I would say that the ideal would be to keep them from from forty to fifty five degrees. So they stay dormant. And and then there's no chance of freeze and so on and then even to the extent, I know a few people who have had Canas that they forget to dig or there's been a bulb or two they cut off. And it'll it'll stay over wintered in one of Ohio's more, gentlemen. Cold cold winter. Hey, thanks again. For listening to our podcast. Be sure. To subscribe to our other podcasts as well. The plan to the week podcast and the plan talk radio podcast all on I tunes or your favorite podcast player. If you'd like to sponsor a daily podcast, contact us at Fred at plant, talk radio dot com to find out more about Fred Howard and plant talk radio. Visit our website plant talk radio dot com. Circle to seventy media dot com.

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f5: Winter Growing In A Cold Climate

Farm Small Farm Smart

03:23 min | 2 years ago

f5: Winter Growing In A Cold Climate

"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart restarted restarted off elliott coleman who policy model where you have the cold houses in the courthouse house in the cold house means that it's the single layer polly a an i would say about mid november and are reaching you thrown additional layer of 'em rovan row row covers over the crops on the inside of the house 'em to make it through the the coldest months in the cool house is a double layer of polly with the heater in it a faulty heater that we used to keep the crops around just above freezing so just over thirty two degrees and we utilize that just per some of be less cold tolerant cold hardy greens like lettuces and don't do his wallet spinach so the idea was to utilize his little fossil fuel energy is possible and produced the most amount of food possible originally we were trying to grow green straight through the winter which definitely is possible a foot over the years we've moved towards actually taking a break from about mid december through the be end of january just because things get to be really tough in really slow during those cold parts of the year and economics just are there to really be trying to grill salad mix through the middle of winter in in france we found that it makes more sense to grow more in the fall in harvest it early and then start growing in a it's springtime in have a gear the succession more towards when crops growing fast this last winter in what will be doing this winter is we will we will have nothing in the ground will essentially have those back still betting or early spring planting which starts around mid february are so we do we do maintain one smaller more of a greenhouse tight structure which we do heat to about fifty five degrees fahrenheit and we roll micro greens in that greenhouse throughout the year you only things that were doing at this point mid winter is growing micro greens and were growing oyster mushrooms in the indoor facility they do allow us to start selling david greene by the beginning of april versus outside you'd be able to start maybe early samantha earliest and also with growing that's the manos i think it's growing organic organic tomatoes outside 'em it's kind of difficult or it's been difficult for us you get a wet year and then they get wiped out by some sort of fungus a widow who promises

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Timing is perfect for crabgrass control

Your Gardening Questions

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Timing is perfect for crabgrass control

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast. You're gardening questions. From plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you. We're partnering with stoke seeds preplanned your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website now mobile and tablet friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog, whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus, all the gardening accessories. You need to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with Stokes. Now. Today's question Nancy wanted to know she didn't want to be on the air. But she wanted to ask you about putting down the crabgrass control. She sees people doing it right now. Thought it might be a little early for that. Let's see how helpful I could be because it's it. It can be a little bit ambiguous. Let's start with a more or less scientific fact seeds don't normally germinate until the soil temperature reaches fifty five degrees. Now, it isn't that absolute, but it's darn close to being the absolute so soil has not hit that temperature yet. Even though a lot of the bulbs and things we've been talking about are up one of the biggest clues. And I learned this mashed enriching many many years ago when you see the puffball forming after the brilliant yellow dandelions flower, you wanna have your controls on the ground and dissipated throughout the surface of the soil before that puffball finishes letting loose of all the little I call them parachutes. So Nancy that is that is a timing factor. Now, I would say that we're coming on. Lord. I saw the the first I of my little Dan Lyons. The other day. It was just barely coming up. The bud head fattened up, and I suppose if it's warm today and tomorrow on Monday, there may be color on the Dan line, which means then within a week. I better have my crabgrass control down. Now, you could put it down now, and you would not be being wasteful. I don't like to see it go down three and four weeks ago. Like some folks have because it is a time to release type of material breaks down by the sun, the heat, the rain and so on that's the way it's made. So that it is not well, so terribly unfortunate for our environment. Now at this point, I would say be having it in the garage had the spreader wheels oiled and ready to put it down anytime probably in this next week. And I think probably prior to the the next ten day and. We're we're right at that point. Now where you want to get it down because it does have to go down in little granules or thanks again. For listening to the podcast. Remember preplanned your indoor seats starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herbs seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com. Cultivating successful growers for generations.

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Is mid-March too early to put down Preen?

Your Gardening Questions

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Is mid-March too early to put down Preen?

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you were partnering with stoke seeds preplanned your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website, now mobile and tablet friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog, whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus all the gardening excessive as you need to make your garden. The envy of the neighborhood get growing with Stokes. Now. Today's question is it too soon to put the preen on. Well, that's a hard question to answer today with the little flowers up with the. The the dawn being rosy and beautiful little warm, h I would tell you. Yes. Well, I know little warmer. Little a little war ish. But I we're probably if the ballpark of two weeks early right now. Okay. The still temperature is what's going to guide you and also then your view of neighbors dandelions, not your own years years have been kept under the law. Of course. Neighbors dandelions as soon as they start to boot up you'll know that the ground soil temperature is approximately fifty five degrees. And then everything breaks loose. And this is good. Except for the fact, you better have had the preen down by that. You do no harm in putting it down right now. The only thing that I can advise is get it down before the Bill before the dental is blue but most especially last year the amount of spring. We had all mount of rain we head in this bring which was nearly a third excess right now as measured. It literally. I want to use the word from my bide boyhood disc. Baba? Related the chemistry now by that. Meaning that for our personal safety natural safety it cetera. These L fake. Well, let's just say the chemistry is created to dispose of itself in a given period of time. That's why they put the five months on the well, let's just say the disposal of weeds and things last year's rain dissipated that chemistry earlier than five months, and some people got caught then with weeds in the fall. Not the manufacturers problem is just one of the things that happened with the heavens turning as they do. Same thing with the crabgrass. Same thing. Same thing. Exactly. And therefore you can put it down. Now, if you're two weeks early which might be the case, you're still going to get the springs coverage, you'll have the chemistry down towards enough rain. And so on yet to cause it to dissipate in the top of the soil and stop the germination of weeds. That's good now. Even if you lose two weeks because it was on a little too soon. You're only gonna lose two weeks in the end, you keep track of rain, and so on and so forth, you watch for the germination of crabgrass. And it will be in a bare spot it'll be in the flower beds. And so on anyhow, whether you watch you're not know that now is very close to the time have it on hand for sure use it within the next two weeks. Thanks again. For listening to the podcast. Remember preplanned your indoor seats starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online. Articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com. Cultivating successful growers for generations.

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Battle over office temperature effects productivity

The Science Show

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Battle over office temperature effects productivity

"So then we had a biologist lecturing in law and now he is Tom Chang a professor of business and finance doing research on energy that old continuing frustration of buildings kept too cold at great expense. Professor Chang is at the University of Southern California. There's been a long battle of the thermostat and part of it has always been this idea that the way people dressed men and women dress differently in that sort of affects. How comfortably are based on indoor temperature? And I'm sure that's true but the research we did suggest it goes beyond this or sample where we ran. An experiment on temperature were on German students so they're twenty something year olds and as college students anywhere in the world. Do they came all in t shirts and jeans? The boys didn't come in suits and women come in summer dresses the fact that we found significant effects even when people were all dressed. The same suggests that it's something more than just how people dress Jemaine. The genders sexes. Have different kind of temperature control. This is only to be very careful about right. So in general if you just ask people if you just survey them we've known for a while from survey evidence that women prefer warmer. Indoor temperatures than men gross generalization right. And so the idea was look at how that affects their productivity and cognition and the idea is actually simple which is simply that. If you're more comfortable you'll perform better and that's exactly what we found. Women tend to save more comfortable at warmer temperatures and when they looked at their performance when he came to simple math and verbal tasks. They did significantly better as well and given that. These are all twenty. Something year olds dressed the same. It seems to serve lineup with that hypothesis. That the more comfortable. You are the more efficient and effective. You do your work. Let's go back to the beginning. What made you look up whether there was an answer to this question about difference. I think it came down to the fact that my office has temperature issues of in a business goals. Were not poor. We're in a nice fancy. I M Pei designed building. I had a great view that overlooked the Rose Garden and the Natural History Museum and the temperature. My office would vary from an I kid you not because I have some precise measures because they had a wi Fi thermostat in my office from fifty five degrees Fahrenheit up to almost ninety degrees Fahrenheit and so I would come in and some days I'll be absolutely freezing and other days. It would be very hot and there was a young researcher who is visiting the Department who were trying to think of a project for and there's top of mind so you looked up. The answer should be. What did you find so I knew from earlier work that I had read that we knew about the effect of temperature on performance is actually one of the things that been studied for a long time. Mostly because it matters for military's right so if if you have a bunch of soldiers out doing something you. WanNa know how they'll perform in different conditions about things like manual dexterity need to a gun and things like that but when I looked at that data there wasn't anything that looked at things beyond the physical gets her these cognitive for the features and if you looked at the more recent data that's sort of looked at condition. It was all over the map in other words. You're saying that there was no answer to the question. What MAKES PEOPLE COMFORTABLE? And is there a difference between one group and another? I would say it's even more basic so there's the stereotype that women prefer warmer than men and then the question was is that just a matter of preference right or is it something that actually affects the bottom line. Does it affect performance? Because there's a difference between being comfortable and someone says suck it up if it doesn't matter or someone saying suck it up but it affects the bottom line coming from physical makes it a question about productivity and for profits as opposed to just how happy your workers are and when you found the result and put it online what happened it got pretty popular. It went viral. How many downloads? According to the US. Immediate people I think the story in one way or has been seen by eight hundred million people so people are interested and the question is whether the architecture and the building managers are interested. What happened when someone asks me. Why did this get so popular? I I respond a lot of have spent time indoors with other people and we have been affected by temperature one way or the other so we can sort of relate to what the story is when it comes to sponsor the architects. I think people are already moving away from this sort of one. Size fits all open office. Plan kind of things where they have more ability. Where you can sort of customize the area around you fit exactly what makes you the most productive in the most happy and the thing? That's really funny is. There's a lot of technology that goes into this micro areas climate control and things like this. We used to have technology to care of this call. Doors and walls and offices extra clothes and extra clothes. The thing that's funny in my office is that mine was one of the few offices very very warm for most of the rest of the office. It's considered very cold. Even monks from the men so a lot of people have these illicit space heaters. Keep under their desks and keep in mind. This is Los Angeles California. The weather outside is perfect all the time and so when the weather's perfect all the time and people have space heaters and jackets in their offices to keep themselves. Warm deal could just open our windows. But you can't in modern building what's going to happen next with your research. Is anyone gain to take it up in a way that can make a difference? The thing that I hope that the sort of direct effect of this research is that people will understand things like indoor temperature are actually important determinant of worker productivity that it is not just a case of telling someone in the sock it up it is something that if you can adjust it and if you can do something about it can actually have a measurable effect on. Your bottom line. Think about how much time and energy and money if firm bent to get an additional one to three percent increase in productivity in their workers. And what this research suggests is that maybe you should be taking this little seriously right. So if workers are complaining that it's too hot or it's too cold or too windy or two muggy or the sound is sort of annoying in their smells from the kitchen or shorter bothering people. Don't just tell your workers suck it up that this could meaningfully affect their productivity. Associate Professor Tom Chang at the finance and Business School University of Southern California.

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Could a Silicon Valley startup make geothermal heating cool?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:48 min | 7 months ago

Could a Silicon Valley startup make geothermal heating cool?

"This marketplace podcast is sponsored by merrill with merrill guided investing. You have the option to work with an adviser at a low cost and minimum get started at merrill edge dot com slash investing goals merrill lynch pierce fenner and smith inc. both registered broker dealer and investment advisor members. Sipc and by data robot one with the impact of a is on the world around you. Data robots podcast. more intelligent. Tomorrow answers this question by bringing together. Voices of the industry data robots podcasts sheds light on the human and machine intelligence revolution with candid conversations about tech trends lessons learned organization transformation career advice and more subscribe to more intelligent tomorrow by visiting data robot dot com slash. Tomorrow new episodes every wednesday. What if you could heat and cool your house using the earth beneath your feet. Oh dude you totally can from american public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm ali would all this week. We're talking about how technology can help us. Adapt to climate change for our series. How we survive more. People are trying to figure out how to be energy independent to avoid unexpected power. Shut offs and use greener energy for some. It's as easy as drilling a hole. Geothermal energy systems let people heat and cool their homes using energy from the earth. The technology has been around for decades. It's incredibly efficient but fewer than one percent of homes in the us. Use it now. One startup wants to do for geothermal heating what tesla did for the electric car make it cool marketplace tech producers. Stephanie hughes has more when you're used to digging for gold and alaska it's a change in mindset to start working in suburban backyards us is all residential. We're used to virgin ground up in the middle of a swamp in the middle of nowhere that's daniel more. He and his brother zachary are professional drillers now. They installed geothermal heat pumps a lot. More careful and aware of our surroundings versus up there we could just run over the it was no obstructions out there. We were told in your way. Dr wright brothers are in pelham new york installing at geothermal system for the startup daniela energy. The company was born at ex. Google secretive incubation lab daniel off as its own company and is now trying to make it easier for homeowners to install these systems even if the backyard is tiny and the house is a century old that appealed to mike bio stein. Who bought his house last year when we moved in there with no insulation in the house like period. It was basically living in kind of a nice looking tent by elstein insulated and he also wanted to replace the oil burning furnace with more resilient heating system. His local utility offers incentives to homeowners. Who went to install geothermal which uses the earth deep underneath the house as a kind of battery. Thomas cronje leads operations. Dan dylan eucalyptus consistent fifty five degrees fahrenheit. Swell can in the winter. Use that to transfer heat from the ground to our loops and using our homes. Those lips are made of plastic tubes which daniel and installs by drilling down hundreds of feet. Water flows through the tube absorbs energy from the ground and transfers it to a heat pump which then causes it to heat or call the house. Getting that system in place is expensive on average twenty thousand dollars. Dan gives homeowners the option to finance that and they've installed hundreds of system so far kathy hanoun is the president and founder of dandelions the market size could not be bigger because every single building pretty much in the world heats in cool so that's one of the purposes of buildings starbucks was interested in getting dandelions systems into some of its stores and ambulant does want to expand commercial buildings eventually but noone says it's a lot easier to get one or two homeowners on board then everyone involved in a commercial real estate deal marketplace tech producer stephanie hughes and now for some related audio a city on the band guard of thermal energy. Actually is boise idaho. Where roughly a third of the buildings downtown used geothermal systems. but they're different from the ones dandy lion installs instead of transferring energy from the soil and rock boise powers it system using water from deep under the city. Here's steve burgos. The public works director. For the city of boise. We're pumping water from very deep aquifers about two thousand feet underground. The water comes out at about one hundred and seventy seven degrees so very hot water and we pump that through the city and for the buildings that are connected geothermal they take that water they have heat exchangers in their buildings that basically takes the heat off the water and they used at their building then they put the water back into a separate piping system at a lower temperature. So what you're doing is you're using the heat. As the energy to warm the building and then we pump. The used wants us water and it goes into the same article for that. We put it out so truly is just one big attornal loop which makes it really cool. Boise started a version of this in the eighteen nineties. The current system was installed in the eighty s and is apparently the largest geothermal system in the country and the sixth largest worldwide. All according to the idaho press and in addition to heating and cooling buildings some of the older victorian homes in town actually have systems where they use hot water from the springs to go directly to hot tubs in their homes. You can hear more about adapting to climate change in our hour long special how we survive. Listen to that on. Select local public media stations. I'm ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is a pm as a dedicated listener and superfan you already make marketplace part of your routine including marketplace tech to get your daily fix of independent fact-based news but now you can bring even more marketplace into your everyday with our new liquid assets mug yours as a. 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3pm Newscast

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

02:19 min | 7 months ago

3pm Newscast

"Is npr from news at eight seven houston on gave water. We've been talking to houston police about a rise. In cova cases among its officers lucia bosca says cases have been going up over the past few weeks officer ernest leo. Junior was laid to rest this week after his battle with covid nineteen marking the first covid related death within the houston police department as of december. Third a total of ninety houston. Police officers are currently infected with the virus and since the beginning of the pandemic six hundred. Eighteen officers have tested positive. Police chief art also vado spoke about the impact of covid. Nineteen within the police department is a lot of fatigue. An art department as it relates to covert nineteen whether having a domino mask or the additional equipment strategy was crafted by the department during the early days of the pandemic to protect police. Officers distractedly requires police. Reports to be made either virtually or over the phone it also prevents officers from changing partners and requires them to wear masks and gloves. We're going to continue to share of this community to the best of our to we've done and lucy vazquez in houston. There was an urgent appeal for people with covid nineteen antibodies to donate blood here in houston. The gulf coast regional blood center says it now needs about twenty five hundred donors a month to keep hospital supplied health reporter. Sarah willard earnt spoke with the blood. Centers theresa pena says is cases. Keep rising. There's a lot more demand we are using the convalescent plasma faster than we can keep it on the shelf. You can store plaza for a year. We don't have any store because we're collecting and worshiping and we're collecting and worshiping. The center is looking for donors who have either tested positive for covert at some point or have a positive antibody test mostly clear skies in the forecast tonight overnight. Low around forty one degrees. There's a twenty percent chance of rain tomorrow. Allow partly cloudy skies high. Should be around fifty five degrees. I'm gail to lauder news eddie. Eight seven. This is jim several director of radio operations with houston public media earlier today. Houston public media aired an interview that included offensive language. We apologize to anyone who may have been offended and want to assure you our audience. This is not good.

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#98: Lets Talk Turkey

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

50:05 min | 7 months ago

#98: Lets Talk Turkey

"Hello and welcome to the euro was at number ninety eight for the week of november sixteenth. Twenty twenty. I'm ben. Smith joined today by mike mccomb. Hey mike hello. We're a pair of americans trying to make sense of the year vision song contest and this week we'll be talking about turkey's history with the contest. Mike i'm very excited that we get to talk turkey. I am figuring out what thanksgiving looks like this year it is. It's going to be a so one. Just because i have looked at the numbers and they have been bad for a while. It's great because it one google doc. I've gotten to figure out my thanksgiving in in another google. doc. I've gotten to figure out turkeys whole deal all right Any overlap between the two. I'm doing my best to sit on the wealth of food. Puns just living my brain normally like they're going to happen. I have a prediction this episode. We'll be stuff much like other. Just kidding i will not. I will not be stuffing turkey much turkeys history in your vision. I will be breaking things down. Our i tried that last year. And it was worth the the pre butchery. All right already gotten too weird place. yeah you know we have a full buffet of of your vision us to get to before we get to the main dish which I first and foremost if you'd would like to contact us by email and send us a note. Send the suggestions for show ideas excetera. Tell us for doing a good job yell at us for doing a bad job yell at me to stop making food funds. That's your podcast at gmail.com in particular. We are planning an end of year. Ask us anything episode. If you have any burning questions you've been wanting to ask us since the start of the show now is the time. Although that again you can email us at your what podcast at gmail.com. And if you're more comfortable using twitter to get in contact with us Rdm's are you always at us at euro. What's and yet Peter to that After our last episode To offer some corrections on us one of the movies that we talked about I kept referring to souvenir As a french film it is actually a ba- flanders part of belgium and luxembourg co production. It's in the french language and there seemed to be french sensibility to the film. Um at le- at least my interpretation of it. I think you for that peter and I've decided As penance for the error i was going. I'm going to take a screen play idea from that. Episode and develop some sort of miss congeniality eurovision storyline with the character named nieve flanders and work. From there yes But yet since we are talking about belgium of one of the news items that came through this past week was that hoover phonic the group that is representing belgium. This coming contest. They announced a lineup. Change they are. Reuniting with geico merit. It's a choice. I i guess. I feel like when we were discussing hoover phonic earlier in the year one of us had noticed on the kapiti page of trade out beat singers. Every couple years yes Although she was with the group for quite a while she was with them from one thousand nine hundred seven to two thousand eight which i think was the height of their heyday. And i think they're doing eight anniversary album which may explain to the lineup change it's just dropped. Luca kind of unceremoniously. They're just like oh yeah. She'll still get another single or something like it just came across as very harshest just like we were at the business. Like i feel like it's a whole thing that we wouldn't be paying attention to otherwise also. I think this popped up today. That germany has confirmed that. Ben delage will not be the representative in twenty twenty one from the press release. It sounded like it was his decision. Although it is a press release so it could be written to to make. It seem like that. But he's pretty young has a lot of options in front of him and From from the press release it made it sound like he's just like hey i just want to go in a different direction and being locked into your vision for another year I understand not wanting to do that. particularly if you have a lot of options on the table for as many countries as we have seen the season that have already said yes. We're setting the same person. We're just gonna work with team. It also made sense to me if a lot of them said. Yeah like everybody is. Everybody has options. Everybody has other things they want to be doing with their career. I'm a little disappointed. Because i really liked his entry last year. And i'm very curious to see what he does next. But i liked that direction for germany. So hopefully they'll at least keep that same vibe. Yeah time will tell also dropping today. Albania is really moving along with the festival. Congress details so i think it was two weeks ago. They announced the names of the songs and the artists that had been selected a handful of people in last year's competition Some people who are in the twenty eighteen competition arena era. Who won last year's festival. Uh she was not in the mix so albania we'll definitely have a new person representing them at eurovision this coming year and today they dropped the songs Twenty six entries are now available on youtube bend. Did you get a chance to listen to any of the songs. I have not that. I was very amused all day. Just watching as twitter did Just because just people just going. Wow it just feels correct to be back in a situation where i'm sitting here listening to thirty seconds of a song going nope no. I don't know what songs are talking about. But some something. I will give them all through this afternoon and it was really good music for getting work done on a monday which I don't know if that's really a strong endorsement for eurovision purposes. But for meeting to get stuff done on a monday. I appreciate it But yeah we'll we'll go into more detail with songs when we both had a chance to kinda marinate with them in our next episode But in terms of other details for the contest They're still kind of figuring out the then you situation I mean just given the spike in a corona virus That's been happening. all over. World options are becoming limited right now. The plan seems to be doing an outdoor venue somewhere near italian square in the capital of tirana. And okay as yeah as someone who has been outside recently. It's getting a little chilly out. How are things in albanian. That time of year well. They're targeting december seventeenth through twenty. Six would be really cold in chicago or boston. But i did. Some research on some weather websites and it's mild Yeah it's about fifty five degrees on average It is like the rainy season In december like that's one of the rainiest months in albania so that's probably going to be an issue but just build some fun water effects into your performance. There we go that is lead into it. I'm kind of excited to see how they navigate this just because like an outdoor venue is its own set of challenges And really like the big challenge right now is the provisional. Tate's are december seventeen to twenty six. That's a specific as they can get right now because it's kind of a weather permitting city so there's a general format to the competition where it's Three days but who knows how that's going to get divvied up. Hopefully more information will be forthcoming because they've only got a little more than a month to lock that stuff down for whatever reason. My brain is correlating. That is like the airbus rule and that there's nothing in the that says they had to be consecutive days or the dog can pay basketball exactly. Yes so fingers crossed. That airbud will be representing. Lbs at albania is sending a golden retriever. You your first. We love it. There's nothing in there. Actually is something in the rule book that says it can't be a dog. Yeah yeah no no animals but What we'll see how it goes. It's just really wanted. Everybody eurovision movie it would be. Would it be a good idea. No no audience for this yet. Israel so originally israel has said they were going to do sixteen songs with two semi final ultimately only ten songs shortlisted and they have instead move to doing an online vote to determine three finalists. Were there will be the top two plus a jury save from there. It will be another online to vote with the winner announced on a special titled our song for eurovision which will happen in late january early february around one voting will start at some point. So you're you're clicking finger ready. I'm kind of glad they're trying out. Different format like this feels very much like public has been doing the last couple of years and i think this could lead to some interesting choices. Given how excited. I am about eden just as a performer. I i want to make sure that she has the best song available but the other major contest to choose their next set. A finalist is still from Estonia they had one hundred fifty six songs submitted to their process and they've announced the twenty four. That'll be competing in next year's competition yugoslavia. Stay he had a fast. Pass to the semifinals. So if he submitted a song he was going to get in regardless of quality. But it sounds it. Sounds like he didn't even need the fast pass which is not a surprise because this is this will be his third consecutive appearance at east allow and yet he's working with the dream team again Particularly sharing von no surprises there Surprises yeah but there are a lot of your vision alumni. In this year's yes i am. I'm stunned at like this many. Yeah like it almost feels like a tournament of champions type situations a quarter quell if he will a so. Tanya who represented in two thousand fourteen is back Your reports men of who was in twenty sixteen one of my favorite songs of two thousand sixteen km absolute last which currence for my faves a like looking at this. It's a lot of people who have who recently represented and also not qualified so hopefully a final redemption ark awaits. Yes yes and then the last alum quite to me Who representative sonia in nineteen ninety eight and finished in twelfth. i was also one half of Quite an laura for twenty seventeen which did not qualify sorry verona beloved. Internet sensation verona And then the other interesting aspect of this field is it is the first east. E- lol since twenty twelve that stieg grata does not have either a song or his own performance in the he is not a song writer he is not a performer is not with his band traffic and like i saw that blip by on twitter this weekend when all the details for this year's esteghlal announced and didn't believe it and we had to go back through the estee lauder kapadia pages to be like okay but like where has he been involved in like. Yeah it's the first time since two thousand twelve. Yeah yeah so the other hand. That doesn't he's not. He's not doing anything in estonia this year but keep an eye on other other nations selection processes because it would not surprise me if he pops up somewhere yeah and the actual songs will be revealed on or before december fifth. There will probably be a major youtube drop Around that time. The semi-finals are scheduled for february eighteenth and twentieth and the final is on march. Six so basically. Acl is taking place over the entire course of selection sees. Why are you doing this to yourself on us. Been over this before like you just the way you are. You don't do all this work for us. Yeah yeah so. All of the shows will be taking place in tallinn. this This coming year. Usually it's spread out over a couple of news but again with all of the everything happening right now Yeah just trying to limit. The number of locations is probably the best strategy probably good. Yeah and that pretty much wraps up. The news mike. Let's talk turkey all right. One thing i love about the show. And i have loved this year in particular with your vision again. Becoming a thing is that. I feel like every time i watch a voting sequence. I fill in the gaps in my knowledge of world history and geography and international relations in diving into turkey story. I i. I feel like i worked. Ally particularly did not expect things to get spicy. And now i have done the research like. Oh no this makes a lot of sense how spicy you like it. Anyways so first off thinking purely geographically is that turkey is one of those nations that i feel like i always have to to quantify for friends expert when explained your vision of the us because the this could be my brain. But i tend to think of it as a country in asia just because a large portion of its land. mass isn't asia like a large like the majority of turkey lies on the anatolian peninsula in western asia. But there's also a little bit of the balkan peninsula in southeastern europe which means that turkey's neighbors include greece and bulgaria to the northwest georgia to north and other by zhang armenia to the east. So it does have a lot of neighbors that do eurovision. So my first question for you mike. When do you think turkey joined the eu. Oh when it joined the ebu I'm sure i've seen this stat fly by at some point sometime in the sixties are like that that is not that far. That's well it isn't. It isn't so you i'm wrong. I i agree with the buzzer noise. turkey turkey's national broadcaster is the turkish radio and television corporation. Which i miss nicole. Trt from now on trt's predecessor turkey. Radio larry was a charter member of the eu in nineteen fifty so like when the edu became a thing we discussed earlier this year turkey was in the mix although they were own although only offering radio coverage right in nineteen sixty eight Trt began testing out television transmission. I think with the new year's broadcast and rejoins the eib as trt nineteen seventy two. Okay the next immediately started. Airing your vision. I think just because that was the point of the eu and your vision was not just a song contest it was. Here's programming for all of europe together. So they start airing the contest in nineteen seventy three two years later in nineteen seventy five. They debuted their first entry. And before i dive too much into turkeys entries and songs and stuff. Mike what you think of when you think of survey typical turkish entry based on the ones that i've seen and that's mostly through eurovision again Mainly because i start. I didn't start following your vision until twenty ten and their last appearance was twenty twelve. So that's not a huge sample surname. But yeah i mean. It seems to be a combination of like their most recent entry. Twenty ten twenty eleven. Were much more rock. Kind of trending toward new metal but one that they won with like that is definitely. I think we would call it a no banger. These days and Yeah it it seems to be kind of tiptoeing that line where it's it's modern but drawing on a strong cultural influence that will that will be relevant with definitely something. I noticed as well particularly looking at like the the most recent decade of stuff but when they first debut in nineteen seventy five They send semi yonkers sending lay a beer. Becky cap lou. Understanding a nation's history division is like one part that's important is trying to figure out. How do they pick their entries. Do they always go internal or do they do selections etc In nineteen seventy five. They did do a national final with a professional jury and a people's jury those two groups get together. They pick sumida and the contest takes place in stockholm that year. So greece was going to participate in nineteen seventy five and then drops out of the contest. For what the eu says are unknown reasons. We're gonna know those reasons in light like very soon I have a gas. Oh you had not watched a ton of turkish entries. I in the past week. I have watched all of them at least twice. Okay yeah and like there are a lot of them. Yeah thanks you. Seventy five pack. Yes yeah with. Nineteen seventy five though. I think it's just that like further debut. It's a slow song in what tends to be more uptempo year okay. It's the rog song for the mood that year which which can happen any year at eurovision rights. They get three points for monaco. And that's it so they place. Last odier turkey does not return to the competition until nineteen seventy eight the. Keep airing the show. But they come back until nineteen seventy eight. And i think we need to take a brief diversion to talk about turkey greece and cyprus in the seventies okay yes i think so. Yes so in the fifteen seventy mike okay. Cypress's mostly a greek populated island and then ottoman empire happens and they conquer a lot of things and three hundred years later. The island is leased. The british who then annexed the island of the world war one and completely removed turkeys claim to the island by about nineteen. Twenty-three i promise. I'm big with this but like this is all very important. Information for everyone is mad at everyone for many years. So the island is its own state by nineteen sixty but you still have an island. Full of greek cypriots and turkish cypriots two groups of people who align themselves the different homelands and who over the course of many years ago from living quietly alongside one another in the fifty s to just like actively fighting over the island tried to partition it by the start of the nineteen seventies. Okay in one thousand nine hundred ninety four one year before turkey joins your vision. There's a coup followed by a few tests by turkey to invade the island and claim it which results in the creation of the turkish republic of northern cyprus which still exists so that happens in nineteen eighty three and that state is only recognized by turkey. Nowhere else nowhere else recognizes northern cyprus as cyprus and the whole point of all of this is that so the reason that greece withdrew from nineteen. Seventy five's contest is in protest of turkey's entry into the contest following that vision as nineteen seventy four. Okay so that happens in nineteen seventy five in nineteen seventy six so. I missed that particular eurovision again recently And so i missed all of the tweet in case lots of people were talking about this but so in nineteen seventy-six greece's entry for your vision is about the turkish invasion of cyprus. Oh yes okay i remember. It was political in nature. And then there's like. I need to go back and look at this and then i didn't end up going back great news. Yeah i have looked into it. Okay so first of all mike as always. Your vision is not political contest. Drink that said. The lyrics of greeks entry if translated and this might be why it wasn't super obvious if there was not discourse about this on twitter or at or during the contest itself up but some of the lyrics translated mention that. It's not a camping place for tourists. Their only refugees. And if you see shattered ruins is not from other eras. It's burnt by palm if you see newly dug land it's not fertile fields. There will be crosses planted on them. Which is yikes okay. Yeah just like greece was not having it And anyway so. Turkey withdrew from the contest that year and but they still aired it right Except that during the greek entry was censored and replaced performance for nationalist turkish song. Okay to that. They probably weren't happy about it. Yeah just like the yannopoulos onto the time. Just doing a lot of frowning. Anyways turkey does not return to the contest until nineteen seventy eight so in their first appearance the last in nineteen seventy eight thirty little bit better and they placed eighteenth out of twenty. Okay slow but steady. Slow but steady hundred. Seventy nine is turkey's year no Because they selected entry for the contest and then withdraw before the actual contest because of controversy over the status of jerusalem which feels like twenty nineteen over again. Okay yeah yeah again. Your vision is not a political contest. But it's okay because the one thousand nine hundred new decade. maybe this is turkey's decade. it's not turkeys decade Although they try something different. So in nineteen eighty. They send aaj pecan who is within turkey. Sort of like a music superstar time okay. They select her. She represents nineteen eighty and it gets them their best placement at the time. Fifteenth nineteen hundred. Yeah and they also get twelve points for the first time a from me so that can't that can't be the lines that's gonna get built because as the only time. Morocco has participated in the contest. Interesting i. I'm not surprised that morocco gave them their twelve though. Just because i feel like both of what they were doing at the time was through doing what kind of flare sort of a deal with with also serve the disco rhythms. That are very popular in the late seventies. Early eighties right. And it's like to underdogs that are similar wavelength. Yeah so that happens. The nineteen eighty in nineteen eighty-one cypress enters the eurovision Turkey cuts to a commercial break while cypress's saw ayers. Yeah it's just like a whole big thing okay. They keep calling this pattern of spending like the stars of the time The stuff they were sending in like the first half of the eighties so like right up until nineteen eighty four. Kind kinda feels like it's a step away from what's going on with winning the contest like it still feels like it's very discreetly. It's weirdly loves to send groups that are two men and two women happens a lot. Yeah i mean like i. I really liked the nineteen eighty-four entry in my notes From the list that you gave me. I said this is what i want for mid eighties era vision and i think there was a modern sensibility but i agree that it. Is that the way that your vision is kind of a step and a half to maybe two steps behind what it is. But it's a little trying to find the group on spotify. Simplify the group. I was able to find the exact track. But i did find a cover of holding out for a hero that they did. Oh man i need to look that up. Yeah i send you the link to it. It's the exact same backing track for the song. But it's just the transplant. Turkish and all right this is this is mike and so the i agree with you. Feels like a step behind what's going on. And if you look at like what wins in nineteen eighty four wins in nineteen eighty-four is dig lou delay which admittedly also feels of. Its time but still feels a little bit fresh then then what. Turkey was putting down So the year before in. Nineteen eighty-three Turkey gets there first. Nope long do. Yeah oh it is a doozy. Yeah this is the one that sent you like. I like on one hand like nope. Law hurts on other hand. I think this was deserved. Nice guppy gonna be that cheating. Performs the song opera and admittedly i get. I got this ruin eurovision books. Where like the just has that were. Those sometimes have an index and none of them have like their sources For things like this but like they claim that it is considered to be the worst song of your vision history. And i would like a citation please. The language at the time you have to be performing one of your national languages but you can get away with like like one phrase or like a phrase in other languages so this song kind of tries to get around. The language rule by doing a bunch of kind of opera quotes hitting the opera coats. He just sort of just sings the word opera para for three minutes. Anyways turkey get zero points. This poor man. This poor man essentially disappeared from public view after the contest. This is one of the sad stories about turkey near vision anyway. So up until nineteen eighty-four again. They feel kind of out of step. And i don't know if nine hundred eighty five is more instep or if it's just me listening with twenty twenty years But like nineteen eighty five. They send mfl for the first time with the die. They still have trouble getting to that. Top half the store the scoreboard. They're more in step with what's going on okay. Throughout the eighties. Turkey is sending their best of the best. And you know in between mfs two appearances. Turkey has both their best performance of the decade. So in nineteen six. They placed ninth. They're finally finally trending towards the top part of the scoreboard but also in one thousand nine hundred and they get no again. It might just be that. Something's getting lost in translation because that language rule is tricky. Going back to your question earlier. About what i think of turkish performance at eurovision like. They were very strong contenders and particularly in the era. When i started watching like oh yeah turkey. Of course they're going to qualify league. It's like men that strong yet later in the same league as as rashawn and ukraine and greece. At that time. I have a theory on that. And i think it ties in nicely with perfectly with greece because i feel like greece and turkey both in sort of the early two thousands. Were doing like these. Big spectacle pieces Were they were making a big deal out of it. But i think there's another part that i think helped both of those as well towards the end of the eighties. Turkey is sending. I don't want to referring spaghetti at the wall. Because we haven't gotten to the nineties nineties. They would definitely throwing spaghetti but like in the eighties there. Theoretically sending their best and they're still ending up on the second half of the scoreboard pretty regularly Of this comes to a head in nineteen ninety so turkey still doing their thing since cayenne who is one of their biggest musical stars at the time he plays his seventeenth in a field of twenty two. I think partially just because we're sending our best and they're not you know they're not doing that. Great turkish interest in the contest begins to wane so the nation starts changing their strategy and start sending unknown singers instead of the bigger names. I re watched the performance from the nineteen ninety-one contest in italy and that song is fun but it feels like a different thing and like of their of the trio they sent. I think two of them went on to be professional singers. The other one doesn't have wikipedia page. Okay but again like as i said i feel like a lot of spaghetti starts getting thrown at the wall in terms of genre. I really like nineteen ninety-three. Three's entry like it's fun. And i sent you the video for that one because i liked it a lot and it was fun My my notes on this or as a turkish shot. Nah nah question. A turkey sending shown on offer some reason. I mean like you have the pro epic sax guy in the mix My other note is that this group is for cheap amato at the bronze or the peach. Pit after dark in parentheses. I i enjoy this one. But i also did send you going. Mike might not like this. That did feel very of nineteen ninety three or my memory of yes. Ninety three was like oh i can understand why they would want to send this. It did not age well at all. No it did not know and again as someone who has specifically made a playlist on youtube with all the songs just like once. I hit the nicer mike. Wow they're just trying stuff aren't they All of this trying still ends up with them on the second half of the scoreboard and this is around. The time that relegation enters pray because okay so in the other interesting point about nineteen ninety-three that around this time due to the breakup of the soviet union You suddenly have a bunch of nations for like hello we would like to eurovision yeah And the we have a specific number we're going to have a little semifinal just for y'all and three of you can come and the other four will not i kinda wanna dig into that like a at a later. Episode feels very intriguing to me Just like how that worked and how that eventually turns into the semifinal system right relegation comes in after after that turkey's relegated nineteen ninety-four because they have not qualified rights so they take a year off thousand ninety four and then when they come back towards the end of the decade. They're still kind of throwing spaghetti at the wall. Not much sticking but they're starting to notice that like hey ethno bangers or things that that chased current pop trends with server own heritage tend to do well because in nineteen. I believe it's ninety. Six ninety seven sabe nem pecu- represents them twice in a row the first time she represents the she places. Twelfth in nineteen ninety-seven she places third. That is the best. Turkey has done at that point right that nineteen ninety seven entry. That's still holds up like remember that when getting a lot of praise during your vision again and so and rightly so that when that would really hold up a couple of things happen at the end of the ninety s i think is what helps change turkey's fortunes in the contest so i in one thousand nine thousand nine. They dropped the language rule. Nine hundred ninety nine thousand two thousand one. Those europeans are just fascinating to me. Just because the contest itself is becoming closer to what we know today but also like a lot of a lot of things are happening we're getting rid of the orchestra We're dropping the language rule towards the end of the ninety s into the early two thousands Turkish interest in the contest is starting to build and the other thing that happens that i think helps turkey out is that tele votes slowly gets adopted and becomes more of a percentage of the vote Because if you look at the nineteen ninety nine for turkey. I need to find a better descriptors for for the entries that fit this for me. My notes for the nineteen ninety nine one is that this is one of their belly dance entries because i feel like every every so often like they will just under female singer who is bearing her midriff and has all the scarves and is just doing. What would what would be a poor taste halloween costume. Yeah even though. The song is kind of an ethnic banger. Yeah we're we're the costume packaging eastern song. Yes test contestants. Exactly exactly they are. They're doing the halloween costume. Version of the packaging would read turkish dancer. But they're doing that i one. They're trying to thought they're trying this under like okay. Cool doing this sort of a deal worked. Let's do that again. Let's see if that works and it's still places towards the second half of the scoreboard. That doesn't quite work in two thousand. Now that the language rule has been dropped the include some english for the first time It cracks the top ten of the leaderboard. They place tenth for the first time since. And that's the first time since nineteen ninety-six they placed on that half of the board. Okay are two thousand. One entry is rough. I did not send it to you. Because it was back. Playing around with latin rhythms. They're still of trying some stuff on seeing if they like it. They're still staying on the second half of the scoreboard and then two thousand three happens. Every way that i can pick your. I wouldn't put that as far in the turkish dancer. Halloween costume side of things. But it still has that kind of a vibe. Like they're still playing with with those sounds yet like the costuming of the stage performance would fall into that category but but the song itself. I think the song itself transplant getting divorced itself from that. Yeah exactly but they playing. They're playing with like the sliders on. Okay but like how much do we do the costuming this way. How much do music way. And they nail it because they nail it go back to the same wells again and again right and they don't they don't always work can two thousand five they go back to that with re relay. two thousand seven Shake it up secretary. That was the foam because now the singer is a man. They're very adept at sort of picking up. What's going on in pop music. Throwing that into the mix as well. Every two years like clockwork they seem to do it. Just because by two thousand nine dum tek. I remember that one could places fourth also in two thousand three cyprus turkey eight points which is the first time that they've ever given turkey points and like i don't know if it was just the song was that good or if they're like actually repairing their relationship it might it. Can i mean you could become a nation. i'm less. I'm less sure on that. Second half just because in two thousand and four when turkey is hosting the contest Turkey cyprus five points for the first time ever again bridges are being mandated but also during the score portion of things typically nations will show a map of countries or a flag but anyways there's one country that turkey doesn't show a map for yeah. Yeah they don't show them out the sabres during the points giving section of things because turkey concerns northern cyprus. Its own separate nation. As we've discussed right. Yeah and i think came up Was it twenty ten as well like. I think there was a map issue involving cyprus and yeah. I think that's where the was just like. Please stop showing maps. That'd be great guys. Let's stop showing maps. Yeah like cypress is not the only country that turkey kind of steps in it with your though because i also accidentally in fairness and it does seem to be an actual accidentally not a not a. We do not like you. Accidentally they accidentally go to commercial while when they mean to breathe broadcasting the slovenian entry which means that nobody in turkey sees the slovenian entry. Oh no yeah. Circuit does not give slovenia points that year but in fairness not many countries gates lavinia points that year but two thousand four is another flavor of of turkish eurovision entry because they kind of said like an old rock sort of a deal That year with you kind of nailed it. More with new metal and i strongly dislike new metal. So that's probably why my brain refused to call it that but but like win. Turkey does not send something. That is halloween costume. They send out rock song or with with manga. They send new metal song so in two thousand eight they send deli in two thousand ten they send we could be the same appears that also works for turkey. They play second that year and that's still holds up. So i was just about to say i think that the kind of rocky stuff holds up better like the two thousand and four entry and i think it's like i'm not really into the sky adjacent part of out rock so that entry did not work for. Yeah that was. That was definitely skied. Jason yeah but like i mean i. I was into Incubus in their heyday. So twenty ten hit a sweet spot in in high school. Two thousand eight and twenty ten like both very good entries. I know doom tech tech. Hold up for me everywhere. I can't hold up for me. The other ones are just kind of. Okay yeah now. With the every other year aspect was was was. Trt that was handling the submissions every year and they just got alternating the strategy or was it sort of a situation like they have in belgium where it's like One broadcaster handles it on the odd number years. Other broadcaster handles it on the even number years. Trying to dig into that and just figure okay but like these feel like very specific channels like one person is. It's a very clearly like two different. People are picking have very specific case. I cannot confirm like if as a deal. I don't think it is far as i can tell. Trt has has consistently been the broadcaster. I look forward to getting an email telling me. I am wrong and i would love to know the info could not dig it up. Yeah because i mean it really does seem like it could be a case of like the even number years it's like the radio broadcaster and then on the odd number years is a tv broadcaster. Absolutely i would say that the even number ones are maybe a little bit more radio friendly and the The more telegenic ones are the odd number of years so like the only one that felt like an outline for me with two thousand sex in that two thousand and six breaks my even your rule of being sort of rocky in. It's two thousand six. They sent superstar And that was much more pop. But it's maybe a little bit closer what they were sending an odd numbered years Okay by the time that we get to the twenty times. We have a very good year with manga and then The the wheels come off So in twenty. Eleven and twenty two feels a little bit closer to the rock side dick. They broke their. they broke their. Even your role live it up fails to qualify in dusseldorf which is the only time. That they have failed to qualify. Just because if you look at the rest of the two thousand ten's they do not participate at all. Yeah well they were there in two thousand twelve but they were there in two thousand twelve The end like they kind of go back to their strategy sending someone who is unknown factor the time they send nomo noted his man boat which is such a cool stage choreography. I i love that design. But i remember my eurovision party in twenty twelve and the room loved the man boat. Yeah yeah But going back to the two thousand eleven entry like i remembered that that was the first year where i was doing leak daily blog posts about your vision and i remember at the time. Saying like yeah. It really feels like turkeys voting. This one in predicting that. I don't think it's going to qualify. It just seems like they're just trying to recapture the magic of twenty ten but like with the entry that lacked one of the elements that of pulled out from all the clips that you sent me where turkey will give you a thirty second instrumental intro before getting into the meat of the song and you're gonna like it it will get you into the mood of just being like. This is a turkish entry and yet twenty eleven did not have that it was just like eight bars. And then going into this really. It's like the song after when you're at a concert and you have their big opener and then the song right after the opener yes Yeah so sorry. Turkey re re just not just all all of your self control play. We can be the same But yeah so in two thousand twelve they send they send campbell know and love me back. My brain weirdly conflicts that with wolves of the sea. And it shouldn't like they're both they're both roughly pirate themes i understand why they're stored in similar locations but they are different things brain. They are completely different things. Yes yes only. One of those songs has like a speed metal cover. Oh man no varies a metal cover of wolves. The cnn fairly good okay. We got so. Turkey is back on the board that you're they qualify. But they're in seventh and like they still good nothing nothing to sneeze at but like their author mojo twenty twelve is the last ten is the last time that turkey has participated. They have not returned to televise the contest since twenty thirteen. Oh wow yeah yeah they. They haven't televised it like even when they weren't participating in the seventies they were televising it And i was trying to look into why that might have and i have. I have some ideas. Obviously i was not in the room. So i can't confirm these things but one thing that that returns to the mix is the jury and the jury now constitutes fifty percent of the score. At least part of their success has been served the rise of television and now that there is sort of a more balanced between the people and music juries. They're starting to slip right another thing. I have in my notes just because we have been we have been chided about it previously. Am i allowed to say diaspora here. Because because like that was one thing i remember being in the discourse at the time was like the turkish diaspora is that turkey. Turkish people are a lot of places And they like to vote for the home country. I'm not sure i buy that. I think what they were sending was in particularly in the mid odds was what a lot of countries were very much into because again you have greece doing a lot of that when either by john interest the contest in two thousand. They're very into that. That level of spectacle as well It can just be the nature of fads coming in and out of what works in pop. Music could just be like this was working and was sort of stepping away like also. Turkey has been vocal that they do not like the big five getting auto qualifier which we have also been very vocal that that like. Hey why about the big five you guys. Should you be doing better. If you're going to be there every year like the main not. I could find for like turkey leaving the contest around twenty thirteen and twenty fourteen but on the other hand like it wouldn't be thanksgiving without like an awkward vaguely political discussion. That leads you to sort of kind of itchy on the inside right. There is the yeah soon at twenty eighteen interview with. Trt general manager. The they've i feel like they've talked about the jury. They talked about the big five. But i think it's also kind of an issue similar to like hungary and some of the other nations that have recently decided not play because Because they is it. The man vote. That's part of the homosexual. Flotilla is actual full taylor but certainly homosexual flotilla adjacent okay because because tea or tease general manager in two thousand eighteen. I'm gonna re direct quotes here. And i i apologize in advance. They are kind of gross but sites can cheat. Oh i i think it's just some of the things that have been said we don't consider to rejoin the contest. We have reasons like the voting system as a public broadcaster. We also broadcast live at nine pm when children are still awake. Someone like the bearded austrian wore a skirt do not believe in genders and says that he is both a man and a woman and then continuing on in just just really doubling down. I told the european broadcasting union on the issue that they deviate from their values as a result other countries. Also love your vision. There's a mental chaos at the edu because of its executives. If they can fix it we can join eurovision again. Yeah yeah yes which which is really interesting. Given like today the discourse. I'm only guessing this because it's kind of vague twitter or at least the way that i have everything muted right now. Was it harry styles like wearing a skirt and everybody yes about that. Okay yes Harry styles is on the cover of vogue in address. Okay that is what twitter is on about okay. That is why the internet is a buzz. We we've not really moved. The needle have removed as we move the needle for turkey satisfaction. Absolutely not great. Awesome weirdly enough just thinking of your vision again at the end of that quote. It's been interesting to see the the sort of as we have revisited turkey just sort of the way numbers have jumped for them. That was that was the question. I left you in homework for this episode. Was like why you think that we've have seen the uptick in comeback turkey. I don't know if it's a surly an uptick as it is a reminder. This is why we keep saying come back turkey because these countries are a lot of fun in a different perspective on music like they bring bring something that other countries cannot bring authentically to and And i think that is sorely. Missed like i don't want to call it like like they. They bring diversity to the because that that sounds like ten token ising turkey. And that's that. That's not what i think anybody wants. No like this is. This is awesome music and it would be nice to have that be part of what is present like the overall picture so i think like my particular mental image of turkey just because it like when i started watching the contest it was like oh eight. Oh nine is is like. It's very much rooted in what they were doing in the late. Two thousands although. I find what they were doing in the seventies and eighties just as interesting because then i think there were being more explicit with some of the arabic references in the way that they sort of just kind of use the same two in the in the two thousands right on the other hand like i have. I have a list of countries. I would lead to come back. I bosnia and herzegovina Although that one seems more like budgetary than oh yeah that was. That was yes that is a miniature stuffed turkey run through. It's so interesting going back to like seeing what how a particular country has evolved and adapted throughout your vision and especially with turkey. Because again like i know them from like two thousands performances where they were like just sort of a known leader factor. And i hadn't realized that that was really only since two thousand three. Yeah yeah and that two thousand and three may have been not quite a fluke but just that is just like oh this is like they finally figured something out. Oh yeah just like the right place and the right time because with two thousand three performances like it was only a few points deciding. That don't know. do you have anything else. Come back turkey. Figure out your stuff and come back. Well that's to do it for this episode of the year. What thanks for listening the euro at podcast is hosted by ben smith. That's me and mike mccomb. You can subscribe to the year. What on the podcast of your choice will use. Subscribe leva through view. Let us know how we're doing and help other european fans find us. 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"Untrue npr from us eighty eight seven in. Houston i'm gail daughter. Governor greg abbott says the cdc is sending texas about one point four million doses of the covid nineteen vaccine the state you get those doses and a couple of weeks. The doses will to health care providers who will administer the vaccines under state guidelines. Avid says expecting more doses in january in the following months harris county's public health director says more people are getting tested for covid. Donahue marschall says. He saw big jump in testing just before thanksgiving. He hopes that continues through christmas. If they are partaking activities get tested in advance if they are taking activities and they're worried about exposure or they traveled or they were in a gathering. That's absolutely critical. That testing is a part of that. Has county says close to nine percent of tests or coming back positive. There's a major business move locally. As hewlett packard announces it shifting its global headquarters to the houston area. Florida and martin says local business leaders are excited about the move. Hp is the it. Spinoff of san francisco bay area based hewlett packard incorporated. The new headquarters is under construction at the company's existing campus spring in a scheduled to open in early twenty twenty two bob harvie that president of the greater houston partnership says this gives houston more than another fortune. Five hundred company headquarters but for houston at this moment. It has other relevance who are about making houston a more prominent digital tech city wall. Something like this really helps. It comes as houston as developing district to foster technical vacation. Texas governor greg. Abbott also praised. Hp's move and credited the state's business climate. I'm florian and martin in houston. We have a chance of rain early tonight. Otherwise partly cloudy skies with the low near forty two sunshine tomorrow high near fifty five degrees. I'm gail delattre. News eddie eight seven. Hi i'm lisa. Shumate author coach and general manager of houston public media. Professional coaching is a billion dollar industry. That's changing how some companies develop employees and the research is in about the effect it can have on people being coached can coaching help you next time on career frontier.

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#139  Andrew Huberman: Neuroscience of Optimal Performance

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#139 Andrew Huberman: Neuroscience of Optimal Performance

"The following is a conversation with andrew human a neuroscientist stanford working to understand how the brain works. How can change through experience and how to repair brain circuits damaged by injury or disease. He has a great instagram account. At human lab where he teaches the world about the brain and the human mind also. He's friend and inspiration in that he shows that you can be humble giving and still succeed in the science world. Quick mentioned we sponsor followed by some thoughts related to the episode aid. Sleep a mattress that cools itself and gives me yet another reason to enjoy sleep. Sem rush the most advanced seo optimization tool of come across and cash app the app by used to send money to france please check out the sponsors in the description to get discount and to support this podcast as a side note. Let me say that. I heard from a lot of people about the previous conversation. Had with iran brooke about objectivism. Some people some people hate it. 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There are a lot of charlatans in the space but there are also a lot of free thinkers technical geniuses that are worth exploring ideas with in depth and with care if i make mistakes in guests election or specific details within the conversations. I'll keep trying to improve. Correct where i can and also just keep following my curiosity wherever it takes me so again. If you get cash app from the app store google play and use the code. Lex podcast you get ten dollars in cash apple also donate ten to first and the organization that is helping to advance robotics stem education for young minds around the world and now his conversation with andrew. Cuban the You've mentioned that in your lab at stanford you do stress by putting people into a virtual reality having them go through one of a set of experiences. I think you mentioned this. On rogan or whitney. That scare them so just a on. A practical psychological level may be on a philosophical level. What are people afraid of. What are the fears. What these fear experiences the find to be effective. Yeah so it depends on the person obviously And we should probably define fear right. 'cause you can Without going too far down the rabbit hole of of defining these things. You can't really have fear without stress but you could have stress without fear and you can't really have trauma without fear stress but you could have fear and stress without trauma so you can start playing the word game and that it actually is one of the motivations for even having a laboratory that studies. These things is that we really need better physiological neuro scientific and operational definitions of what these things are. I mean if the field of understanding emotions in states which is mainly. What i'm interested in is very complicated but we can We can do away with a lot of complicated debate and say in our laboratory. What we're looking for to assign it. A value of fear is a big inflection. An automatic arousal so increases in heart rate increases in breathing perspiration pupil dilation hallmark signature features of the stress response and in some cases. We have the benefit of getting neurosurgery patients. Where we've got electrodes in their middle in their insulin. The orbital frontal cortex down beneath the skull so these are chronically implanted. Electrodes were getting multi signals and we can start seeing some central features of meaning within the brain. And what's interesting. Is that as trivial as it might seem in listening to it almost everybody response to heights and falling from a high virtual place with a very strong stress if not fear response. And that's because the visual apparatus. Right the optic flow and how it links to the balance semi-circular canal ears all the technical stuff but really all of that polls all your physiology the feeling that your stomach is dropping the feeling that you're suddenly you're sweating even though you're not afraid of falling off this virtual platform but you feel as if you're following falling. Excuse me because of the optic flow. That one is universal. So we've got a dive with great white sharks experience where you actually sit the cage. We went out in this in in the real world and brought back three sixty video. This built out pretty also this extra three sixty degrees video and this was important to us right so when we decided to set up this platform a lot of the motivation. Was that a lot of studies of these things in laboratories. I don't wanna call them lame. Because i wanna be respectful. The the people that did this stuff before but they study fear by showing subjects picture of a bloody arm or a snake or something like that. Or unless you have a snake phobia. It just wasn't creating a real enough experience so we need to do something where people aren't going to get injured but where we can tap into the physiology and that thing of presence of people momentarily not the whole time but momentarily forgetting their in a laboratory and so heights will always do it. And i if people wanna challenge me on this. I like to point to that movie free solo which was wild because You know it's incredible movie. But i think a lot of its popularity can be explained by a puzzle. Which is you knew he was gonna live when you walked in the theater or you watched at home. You knew before that. He's he survived and yet it was still scary. That people somehow were able to put themselves into that experience or into alex's experience enough that they they were concerned or worried or afraid at some level so heights always. Does it if we get people who have generalized anxiety. These are people who walked wake up and move through life at a generally higher state of arousal anxiety then we can tip them a little bit more easily with things that don't necessarily get everyone afraid things like Claustrophobia public speaking. That's going to vary from person to person And then if you're afraid of sharks like my sister for instance afraid of sharks. Union come to my laboratory because there. There's a thing about sharks in it. That's how terrified some people are of these specific stimuli but heights. Get some every time and i'm terrified of heights. It's you know when we have you step off a platform virtual platform and it's a flat floor in my lap but we you're up there. Will you actually allow them the possibility in the virtual world to actually take the leap of faith. Maybe i should describe a little bit of the experiment so Without giving away too much in case someone wants to be a subject. In one of these experiments we have them playing a cognitive game. It's a simple lights out kinda game where you're appointing a cursor turning out lights on a grid but it gets increasingly complex in it speeds up on them and You know there's a failure point for everybody where they can't make the motor commands fast enough and then we surprise people actually by placing them. Virtually all of a sudden. They're there on a narrow platform between two buildings and then we encourage them or we cue them with a with by talking them through. Microphone to continue across that platform to continue the game. And you know some people they they just won't do they actually will hold get down on the ground and hold onto a virtual team that doesn't even exist on a flat floor and so what this really tells us is the power of the brain to enter these virtual states as if they were real and we really think that anchoring visual and the vestibular the balance components of the nervous system are what bring people into that presence so quickly there's also the potential and we haven't done this yet to bring in three sixty sound so the reason we did three sixty video as a when we started all this back in two thousand sixteen a lot of yard was pretty lame. Frankly it was siegi. It just wasn't real enough but with three sixty video. We knew that we could get people into this presence where they think they're in a real experience more quickly and our friend michael muller who has introduced to because of the project i reach out to some friends. Muko muller's very famous Portrait photographer in hollywood but he dives with great white sharks and he leaves the cage and so we worked with him to build a three sixty video apparatus that we could swim under water with went out to guadeloupe al in mexico and actually scott the experience. It was a lot of fun it was there were some interesting moments out there of danger but he came back with that video and built that for the sharks and then we realized we need to do this. Everything we need to do it for heights. We need to it for public speaking for claustrophobia. And what what's missing still is three sixty sound where three sixty sound would be for instance If i were to turn around in there was a like a giant attack. Dog there. The moment i would turn around and see it. The dog would growl. But if i turn back toward you then it would. It would be silent so and that brings a very real element to one's own behavior where you don't know what's going to happen if you turn a corner whereas if there is a dog growling behind me and i'm and i turn around and then i turned back to you and it's still growling. Yeah that might seem like more of an impending threat but unsustained threat. But actually it's when you start linking your own body movements to the experience so when it's closed loop where my movements and choices are strong to influence things. They're getting scarier and scarier. That's when you can really drive people's nervous system down these paths of high high states of stress and fear. No we don't want to traumatize people obviously but we also we also studied a number of tools that allow them to calm themselves in these environments so the short answer is heights high well from psychology from neuroscience perspective. This whole construction. You've developed as fascinating. We did this a little bit with autonomous vehicles so to try to understand the decision making process of a pedestrian across the road and trying to create an experience of a car. That can run you over. So there's the danger a there. I was so surprised. How real that. Whole world was in graphics that we built wasn't ultra realistic or anything. But i was still afraid to being hit by a car. Everybody we tested. Were really afraid of being hit by that car. Even though as a simulation it was all simulation it was even comedy boxy. Actually i mean. It wasn't like ultra realistic simulation. Ami's fascinating looms and heights so any kind of depth we're just programmed to To not necessarily recoil but to be cautious about that edge in that depth and then looms things coming at us that are getting larger. There are looming sensing neurons even in the retina at a very very early stage of israel processing and incidentally The way muller and folks learn how to knock it eaten by great white sharks. When you're swimming outside the cage is as they start lumbering in you swim toward them and they get very confused when you loom on them because clearly you're smaller clearly. They could you if they wanted to. But there's something about forward movement toward a creature that creature questions whether or not it would be a good idea to generate forward movement toward you and so that's actually the survival tool of these cage exit white shark divers. Are you playing around with one of the critical things for the autonomous vehicle. research is. You couldn't do three sixty video. Because the there's a game theoretic. There's an interactive element. That's really necessary. So maybe people realize maybe they don't but three sixty video. You obviously was sexually not. Obviously people be can't change the reality that you're watching that's right so But you find that that's like is there something fundamental about fear stress that the interactive element is essential for you. Can you can arouse people would just the video. Great question It works best to use mixed reality so we have a snake stimulus. The i personally don't like snakes at all. I don't mind spiders. We also have a spider stimulus but like snakes. I just don't like him. There's something about the slithering it. It creates a visceral response for me. some people not so much and they have lower levels of stress and fear in there but one way that we can get them to feel more of that is us mixed reality where we have an actual physical bat and they have to stomp out the snake as opposed to just walk to a little safe corner which then makes the snake disappear that tends to be not as stressful as if they have a physical weapon. And so you got people in there banging on the floor against this thing and there's something about engaging that makes it more of a more of a threat now i should also mention we. We always get the subjective report from the subject of what they experienced. Because i we never want to project our own ideas about what they were feeling. But that's the beauty of working with humans as you can ask them how they feel. An humans aren't great at explaining how they feel But it's a lot easier to understand what they're saying than a mouse or macaque monkey is saying so it's the best we can do is language. Plus these physiological and neurophysiological signals. Is there something you've learned about yourself about your deepest fears like you said snakes. Is there something that like if i were to torture you. I'm some russian. So you know i always kinda think. How can i murder this people. Then this person entered the room but also How could i torture you to get some information out of you What would i go with Tension you should say that. I never considered myself claustrophobic but 'cause i don't mind small environments provided there well ventilated but i Before cova is started going to this russian bagna You know you're and i never been to a bond. Yeah so you know the whole experience of really really hot sauna. And what do they call it. The plots of they're hitting you with the leaves and it gets really hot and humid in there and there were times where i thought okay. This thing is below ground. It in a city where a lot of earthquakes like this place crumble than we were stuck in here and i'd start getting a little panicky and i realize like i don't like small confined spaces with poor ventilation so i realized i think i have some claustrophobia. And i wasn't aware of that before. So i put into our own claustrophobia. Stimulus which involves getting into elevator And with a bunch of people virtual people and the elevator get stalled and at first. You're fine you feel fine. But then as we start modulating the environment and we actually can control levels of oxygen in the environment if we want to It is really uncomfortable for me. And i never would have thought you know i'd fly. I'm comfortable in planes. I but it is really uncomfortable and so i think i've clinton hatched a bit of a claustrophobic. Yeah yeah he for me as well probably that one now on. It's pretty bad the heights. I tried to overcome someone to skydiving to try to overcome the fear of heights. That didn't help. did he jump out yet. Joe yeah your dog but it was. It was a fundamentally different experience. Than i guess that could be a lot of different flavors of fear heights. Maybe but the one. I have didn't seem to be connected to Jumping out of a plane is a very different. 'cause like once you accept that you're going to jump then it's a different thing. I think what i'm afraid of is the moments before. It is the scariest part up sand and i don't think that's emphasized in the skydiving experiences. Much and also just the acceptance of the fact is going to happen so once you accept going to happen. It's not as scary. It's the fact that it's not supposed to happen and it might. That's the scary part. That i guess. I'm not being eloquent. And his description but there's something about skydiving that was actually philosophically liberating borrow it. It was the possibility the can walk on a surface and then at a certain point. There's no surface anymore to walk on and it's also in the world becomes three dimensional in. There's this freedom of floating that the concept of like of our Disappears for brief. You seconds at those those wild wild. But i'm still terrified of heights so i mean one one thing i wanna ask Just unfair because it's so fascinating is have you Learning anything about what. It takes to overcome fears. Yes and that comes from to from a research study standpoint a two parallel tracks a research. One was done actually in mice Because we have a mouse lab also could where we can pro brown different brain areas and try to figure out what interesting ranier as we might want appropriate in humans and a graduate student my lab. She's now caltech Lindsay soleil push paper back in two thousand eighteen showing that I might seem a little bit obvious. But the mechanisms are not. Which is that there really three responses to fear you can pause freeze essentially You can retreat. You can back up or you can go forward. And there's a single hub of neurons in the mid brain. Just actually not the mid brain. It's in the middle of the phthalates. Which is a four brain structure and depending on which neurons are active there. There's a much higher probability that a mouse or turns out or a human will advance in the face of fear or will pause or will retreat. Now that just the signs at neural structure to a behavioral phenomenon. But what's interesting is that it turns out that the lowest level of stress or autonomic arousal is actually associated with the pausing and freezing response then as the threat becomes more impending and we used visual looms in this case. The retreat response has a slightly higher level of onomic arousal and stress. So think about playing hind go seeking. You're trying to stay quiet in a in a closet that you're hiding if you're very calm it's easy to stay quiet and still your level stress goes up. It's harder to maintain that level of quiet and stillness. You see this. Also in animals that are stalking. A cat will chatter its teeth. That's actually sort of top down. In addition trying to restrain behavior so the freeze response is actually an active response. But it's fairly low stress and what was interesting to us. Is that the highest level of autonomic. Arousal was associated with the forward movement toward the threat. So in your case jumping out of the plane. However the forward movement in the face of threat was linked to the activation of what we call collateral which means just aside connection literally a wire in the brain that connects to the dopamine circuit for reward. And so when one safely and adapt lee meaning you survive moves through a threat or toward a threat. It's rewarded as a positive experience. And so the key it actually maps very well the cognitive behavioral therapy a lot of the existing treatments for trauma is that you have to confront the thing that makes you afraid. So otherwise you exist. In this very low level of reverb tori circuit activity where the circuits rod and omic arousal are humming in their humming more and more and more and we have to remember that stress and fear and threat were designed to agitate us so that we actually move the so. The reason i mentioned this. Is i think a lot of times. People think that the maximum stress response fears. Wants this to freeze into lockup. But that's actually not the maximum stress response. The maximum stress response is to advance but it's associated with reward. It has positive valence. So so there's this kind of everyone always thinks about the bell shaped curve for you know. At low levels arousal performance low and as increases performance goes higher and then it drops off as you get really stressed but there's another bump further out the distribution where you perform very well under very high levels of stress and so we've been spending a lot of time in humans in an animal's exploring what it takes to get people comfortable to go to that place and also to let them experience how they're heightened states of cognition there there's Changes in time perception. That allow you to evaluate your environment in fast a faster frame rate. Essentially this is the matrix. It has a lot of people. Think that But we tend to think about. Fear is all the low level stuff where things aren't worked out but there are many There are a lot of different features to the fear response and so we think about it quantitatively and we think about it from circuit perspective in terms of outcomes and we try and way that against the threat so we never want people to put themselves in unnecessary risk. But that's where the vr's fun because you can push people hard without risk of physically injuring them in. That's a like you said a little bump that that seems to be a very small fraction of the human experience right so it's kinda fascinating study. It is Most of us move through life without ever experienced that kind of Focus everything's in peak state there. I really think that's where optimal performance lies. There's so many interesting words here. But what's performance in what's optimum performance. We're talking about mental ability to what do perceive the environment quickly to make actions quickly. What's optimal performance. Yeah well it's very subjective and it varies depending on Task and environment so one way we can make it a little bit more. Operational than concrete is to say There is a sweet spot. If you will. Where the level of internal autonomic arousal ak strasser alertness whatever. You wanna call. It is ideally matched to the speed of whatever challenge you how county facing the outside world so we all have Perception of the outside world is section perception of our internal real estate interception. And when those two things when interception extra reception are matched along a couple of dimensions performance. tends to increase. It tends to be in an optimal range. So for instance if your i don't play guitar but i know you play guitar. So let's say you're trying to learn something new on guitar. I'm not saying that being in these super high states of activation are the best place for you to be in order to learn. It may be that you your internal arousal needs to be at a level where your analysis of space and time has to be well matched to the information coming in and what you're trying to do in terms of performance in terms of playing chords in notes and so forth now in these cases of high threat where things are coming in quickly and animals and humans need to react very quickly the higher your state of autonomic arousal the better because you're slicing time more finally just because of the way the system works at you know the People dilation for instance movement lens essentially changes your your optics. That's obvious but in with the change in optics is a change in how you been time sliced time which allows you to get more frames per second readout with the guitar. Learning for instance. It might actually be that you want to be almost sleepy. Almost in a kind of drowsy state to be able to and i don't play music so i can i'm guessing here but sent some of the nuance in the cords. Or the ways that you're to be relaxed enough that your fingers can follow an external cue so matching the movement of your fingers to something. That's pure extra -ception and so there is no perfect autonomic state for performance. This is why. I don't favor terms like flow because they're not well operationally defined enough but i do believe that optimal or peak performance is going to rise when internal state is ideally matched to the space time features of the external demands. So the some slicing of time that happens and then you're you're able to adjust slice time. We finally a more less. Finally in order to just to the stimulus. The dynamics stimulus what about the the realm of ideas. So like you know. I'm a big believer This gun in newport wrote a book about deep work. I love that book. Yeah he's great he. I mean one of the nice things always practice deport but he is. It's always nice to have words put to the concepts the practice it somehow makes them more concrete and allows you to To get better it turns into a skill taking a better at. But i also value deep thinking where you think. It's almost meditative. You think about particular concept for long periods of time. The programming you have to do that kind of thing for me is have to hold this concept like you you hold it in you take steps with it. You take further steps in. You're holding relatively complicated things in your mind as you're thinking about them and there's a lot of me. The hardest part is there's a frustrating things like you take step and it turns out to be the wrong directions. You have to calmly turn around and step back and then it's kind of like exploring the space of ideas. Is there something about your study of optimal performance that could be applied to the act of thinking as opposed to action movie. We haven't done too much work there but But i think i can comment on it from a neuroscience which is really all i do is Well i we do experiments in the lab. But looking at things through the lens of neuroscience so what you're describing can be mapped fairly well to working memory just keeping things online and updating them as they change and information is coming back into into your brain Jack feldman who. I'm a huge fan of and Fortunate to be friends with is a professor at ucla works respiration and breathing but he has a physics background and and so he thinks about respiration breathing in terms of ground states and how they modulate other states very very interesting. I think Important work jack has an answer to your question. So i'm not going to get this exactly right. 'cause this is lifted from a coffee conversation that we have about a month ago but so apologies in advance for the but mostly right so we were talking about this about how the brain updates cognitive states depending on demands and thinking in particular. He used it interesting example. I'd be curious to know if you agree or disagree. He said you know. Most great mathematics is done by people in their late teens and twenties. Even you could say twenty s sometimes into the late twenties but not much further on yet. Maybe i just insulted some mathematician. That's that's true. And i think that it demands. His argument was There's a tremendous demand on working memory to work out theorems in math and to keep number of plates spinning so to speak mentally and run back and forth between them. Updating them in physics. Jack said in i am I think this make sense to me too. That there's a reliance on working memory but increased reliance on some sort of deep deep memory. Indeed memory stores probably stuff. That's moved out of the hippocampus in four brain into the cortex and is More some episodic and declarative stuff but really. You're pulling from your library. Basically it's not all ram it's on all working memory and then in biology that physicists tend to have very active into there thirties and forties and fifties and so forth sometimes later and that in biology uc careers that have a much longer. Arc these protracted careers often people still in their sixties and seventies. Doing doing really terrific work. Not doing it with their own hands. Because the people in the labs are doing them of course but And that were does tend to rely on insights gained from having a very deep knowledge base. Where you can remember a paper and a or maybe a figure in a paper you could go. Look it up if you wanted to. But it's very different than the working memory of the mathematician and so when you're talking about coding or being in that tunnel of thought and trying to hit rate and keeping a lot of plates spinning it it speaks directly to working memory. My lab hasn't done too much of that working memory but we are pushing working memory when we have people do things like these simple lights out tasks while they're under we can increase the cognitive load by increasing the level of autonomic arousal to the point where they start doing less well it and you know everyone has a cliff. This is wisconsin. We've had Know seal team operators come to the lab. We have people from other units in military Range of of intellects and backgrounds in all sorts of things and everyone has a cliff and those cliffs up sometimes show up as a function of the demands of speed of processing. Or how many things you need to keep online. I mean we're all limited at some point. In the number of things we can keep online. So you're describing is very interesting because it i think it has to do with how narrow or broad the information status becau- and i don't. I'm not active programmer. So i'm this is a regime. I don't really flea. No so i don't wanna comment about it In in any way You know doesn't suggest that. But i think that what you're talking about is top down control. So this is prefrontal. Cortex keeping every bit of reflexive circuitry at bay. The one that makes you want to get up and use the restroom. The one that makes you want to check your phone all of that but also running these interior dallas to prefrontal cortex loops. Which we know are very important for working memory Let me try to think. That is a little bit So reducing the process of thinking to working memory access is tricky. He's probably ultimately correct. But if i were to say some of the most challenging things that An engineer has to do in the scientists scientific thinker. I would say it's kind of depressing to think that we do that. Best in our twenties is This kind of first principles thinking step of of saying you you're accessing the things that you know and then saying well the me. How do i do this differently than i've done it before this this weird like stepping back like is this right. Let's try it this other way that that's the most mentally taxing step you. You've gotten quite good at this particular pattern of high solve this particular problem. So there's a there's a pattern recognition. I did you like okay. I know how to build a thing that solves this particular problem in programming. Say the question is what can i do much better. And i don't know if that's i don't know what the hell that is. I don't know if that's accessing working memory. That's that's almost. Maybe it is accessing memory in a sense it's trying to find similar patterns in totally different place that it could be Projected onto this. But you're you're you're not quarrying Facts you're quarrying like functional things like patterns. I mean you're out you're you're testing algorithms. Yeah right. You're testing algorithms ice. So i wanna just because i know some of the people listening to this and you how have basis in scientific training and have scientific training so i want to be clear. I think we can be correct about some things like the role of working memory in these kinds of processes without being exhaustive. We're not saying the only thing where we re correct or not assume that that's the only thing involved right and i mean neuroscience let's face it is still in its infancy. I mean we probably one percent of what there is to know about the brain We've learned so much and yet there may be global states that underlie make prefrontal circuitry work differently than it would in a different regime or even time of day. I mean. there's a lot of mysteries about this. But so i just want to make sure that we we are. We're aiming for precision and accuracy. But we're not gonna lost. They're not gonna be exhausted. Yeah so there's a difference there and i think you know sometimes in the vastness of the internet that gets forgotten So the other is that We think about We think about these operations a at really focused keeping a lot of things online. But what you're describing is actually It it speaks to the very real possibility. Probably the with certainty. There's another element to all this. Which is when you're trying out lots of things in particular lots of different algorithms. You don't want to be in a state of very high omic arousal. That's not what you want. Because the higher level of automic arousal stress in the system the more rigidly. You're gonna analyze space and time and what you're talking about is playing with space time dimensionality and i want to be very clear on the on the son of a physicist. I am not a physicist. When i talk about space and time i'm literally talking about visual space and how long it takes for my finger to move from this point to this point you. You are facing a tiger and trying to figure out how to avoid being eaten by the tiger and that's primarily gazing time and by the visual system in humans. We don't walk through space. For instance like a sen- town would and look at three dimensional sent plumes when a scent hound goes out in the environment. They have depth to their odor the odor trails. They're vowing and they don't think about them. We don't think about odor trails. You might say oh the smells getting more intense a ha- but they actually have three dimensional odor trail so there you see a clone of oath fast and see of course with their nose factory cortex we do that with our visual system and we parse time often subconsciously with mainly with our visual system also with our auditory system and this shows up for the musicians out there. Metronome is a great way to play with this bass drumming when the frequency of base drumming changes. Your perception of time changes quite a lot. So in any event space and time are linked in through the sensory apparatus through the eyes and ears and nose and probably through tastes to and through touch For us but mainly through vision so when you drop into some coding or iterating through a creative process or trying to solve something hard. You can't really do that well if you're in a rigid High level of autonomic arousal because you're plugging in algorithms that are in this space regime. This time regime matches it time match whereas creativity. I always think the lava lamp is actually a pretty good example. Even though it has these counterculture new agey connotations. Because you actually don't know which direction things are going to change. And so in drowsy states sleeping and drowsy states space and time become dislodged from one another somewhat and they're very fluid and i think that's why a lot of solutions come to people after sleep and naps and this could even take us into a discussion of you like about psychedelics. In what we now know for instance that people thought that psychedelics work by creating spontaneous bursting of neurons and hallucinations. But the five each to see a to see into a receptors. Which are the main sites with things like lsd Assignment and some of the other ones that create hallucinations. The drugs create whose nations the most of those receptors are actually in the collection of neurons that encase fallas sensory information goes into a structure called the or titular nucleus And it's an inhibitory structure. The make sure that when we're sitting here talking that i mainly focused on whatever. I'm seeing visually that i'm essentially eliminating a lot of sensory information under conditions where people take psychedelics. In these particular serotonin receptors are activated that inhibitory shell it's literally shaped like a shell starts losing its ability to inhibit the passage or sensory information but mostly the effects of psychedelics because lateral connectivity in layer five cortex across critical areas is increased. And what that does is that means that the space time relationship for vision like moving my finger from here to here very rigid space time relationship right if i slow it down and slower. Obviously but there's a prediction that can be made based on the neurons in the retina and the cortex on psychedelics. This could be very strange experience. Yeah but the auditory system has one. That's slightly different space. Time and their match to one another deeper circuits in the brain. You'll factory system has a different space time relationship to it. So under conditions of of these increased the are tonen receptors. Space and time across sensory areas starts being fluid. So i'm no longer running the algorithm for moving my finger from here to here and making a prediction based on vision alone. I'm now this is where people talk about. hearing sites. Right the you start linking the this might actually make a sound in a psychedelic state now. I'm not suggesting run out and do psychedelics. Because it's very disorganized. But essentially what you're doing is you're mixing the algorithms and so when you talk about being able to access new solutions you don't need to rely on psychedelics. If people choose to do that that's their business. But in drowsy states this lateral. Connectivity is increased as well the shell of the phalanx shuts down. And what's how does there through these so called ponds Occidental waves and what's happening is you're getting whole brain activation at a level that you're start mixing algorithms And so sometimes. I think solutions come not from being in that narrow tunnel of space time and strong activation of working memory and trying to well If this then this very strong deductive and inductive thinking and working from first principles but also from states where something that was an algorithm that never had in existence before suddenly gets lumped with another algorithm and all of a sudden a new possibility comes to mind and so space and time need to be fluid and space and time need to be rigid in order to come up with something meaningful. And i realize i'm riffing long on this but this is why i think you know there was so much interest a few years ago with michael pollen's book and and other things happening about psychedelics as a pathway to exploration and all this kind of thing but the real question is what you export back from those experiences right. Dreams are amazing. But if you can't bring anything back from them they're just amazing. I wonder how to experiment with a mind without without any medical assistance. I you know. I pushed my mind all kinds of directions. I definitely want to. I did a couple of times. I definitely want to Figure out how. I can experiment with psychedelics. At talking to rick domini dobelin. Soon i went back and forth so he does all these studies in psychedelics and he keeps ignoring the parts of my email that asks like. How do i participate in these studies. There's some legality issues. I mean conversation. I will be very clear. I'm not saying they went out and do so. could alex. I think that drowsy states and sleep states are super interesting for accessing. Some of these more. Creative states of mind hypnosis. Something that my colleague. David spiegel associate chair of psychiatry at stanford works on where also again. It's a unique state because you have narrow context so this is very kind of tunnel vision and yet deeply relapse. Excuse me deeply relaxed. Where new algorithms if you will can start to surface Strong state for inducing plasticity. And i think you know so if i had a Part of a group That it's called the limited. Collective is group of people that get together and talk about Just wild ideas but they try and implement And it's a really interesting group. Some people from a military from Logitech and some other backgrounds academic backgrounds. And i was asked. You know what would be If you could create a tool we just had a tool like your magic wand. Wish for the day what would it be. I thought it'd be really interesting if someone could develop psychedelics that have On off switches. So you could go into a psychedelic state very deeply for ten minutes. But you could launch yourself out of that state and place yourself into linear real world state very quickly so that you could extract. Whatever it was that that happened in that experience and then go back in if you wanted because the problem with psychedelic states dream states is that first of all a lot of the reason people do them is. They're line. They say they want plasticity and they want all the stuff that they want a peak experience inside of an amplified experience. So they're kind of seeking something unusual. I think we should just be honest about that because a lot of times. They're not trying to make their brain better. they're just trying to experience. Something really amazing but the problem is space and timer so unlocked in these states. Just like they are in dreams that you can really end up with a whole lot of nothing you can have an amazing amplified experience housing Amplified experience in. Come out of that thinking you had a meaningful experience. When you didn't bring anything. Bali bring anything back. All you have is a fuzzy memory of having transformational experience right but you don't actually have the tools to bring back to sorry off actually concrete ideas to bring back it's interesting. I wonder if it's possible to do that. With with a mind to to be able to hop back and forth. that's where the real power of adjusting states is going to be. It probably will be with devices I mean maybe it will be done through pharmacology. It's just that it's hard to do on off switches in human pharmacology that we have them for animals. I mean we have flip reconnaissance and we have Channel options in halo road options. And all these kinds of things but to do that work in humans is tricky. But i think you could do it with virtual reality augmented reality and other devices that bring more of the somatic experience into it. You're of course. Scientists studying humans as a collective identity just a one person scientists of just looking at myself. And you know. I play when these deep thinking deep work sessions. I'm very cognizant like in the morning that there's times when my mind is so like eloquent at being able to jump around from ideas and hold them all together and i am almost like step back from a third person perspective and enjoy that whatever that mind is doing i do not waste those moments. I and i'm very conscious of This little creature that woke up. That's only a for if we're being honest me a couple hours a day It early part of the day for early part of the day not always early. Part of the day from me is a very fluid concept so they want to see. I want one of those being single one of the problems no meetings. I don't schedule any meetings. I i will. I've been living like a twenty eight hour day. So i like i A drifts so it's it's all over the place but after a traditionally defined full night's sleep Whatever the heck that means. I i find that like in those moments. There's a clarity of mind that's just this. Everything is effortless. And it's it's the deepest dies intellectually. That i make and i i'm cognizant of it and i tried to bring that to the other parts of the date that don't have it and treasure them even more in those moments only lasts like five or ten minutes of course in those moments. You wanna do all kinds of stupid stuff. That a complete is is is worthless like cheques. Social media or something like that but those are the most precious things in in in intellectual life. Is those mental moments of clarity. And i wonder a m- learning how to control them. I think caffeine is somehow involved. I'm not sure execture will because if you learn how to titrate caffeine never slightly different with what they need but if you learn to titrate caffeine with time a day in the kind of work that you're trying to do you can bring that onomic arousal state into a close to perfect place and then you can tune it in with you know. Sometimes we want a little bit of background music. Sometimes they want less these kinds of things. The early part of the day is interesting because one thing. That's not often discusses this transition out of sleep. So there's a book I think it's called winston churchill's nap and it's about naps and the transition between wake and sleep as valuable period I've a longtime ago Someone who i respect. Ally was mentoring me said Be very careful about bringing in someone else's sensory experience early in the day. So when i wake up i'm very drowsy. I sleep well. But i don't emerge from that very quickly. I'd need a lot of caffeine to wake up and whatnot. But there's this concept of getting the download from sleep. Which is you know in sleep. Your you were essentially expunging the things that you don't need The stuff that is meaningless from the previous day but you're also running variations on these algorithms of whatever it is you're trying to work out in life on short timescales like the previous day in long timescales like your whole life and those lateral connections in layer five of the of the neo. Cortex are robustly active and across sensory areas. And you're running an algorithm or you know a brain. It's a brain state. that will be useless waking. You wouldn't get anything done. You be the person talking yourself in the hallway or something about something that no one else can see but in those states you do that. The theory is that you arrive at certain solutions and those solutions will reveal themselves in the early part of the day unless you interfere with them by bringing in social media is a good example of you immediately. Enter somebody else's space time sensory relationship. Someone is the conductor of your thoughts in that case and so many people have written about this. What i'm saying isn't entirely new but but allowing the download to occur in the early part of the day and an asking the question in my more in my head or extra my in more of an interros september extra receptive mode and depending on the kind of work you need to do. If it's it sounds like for you. It's very intrusive the end very you've got a lot of thinking going on a lot of computing going on allowing yourself to transition out of that sleep state and arrive with those solutions from sleep and plug into the work really deeply and then and only then allowing things like music news. Social media doesn't mean you talked to loved ones and see faces and things like that but some people have taken this to the extreme. When i was a graduate student berkeley there was a guy. There professor brilliant odd but brilliant. Who was so fixated on this concept that he wouldn't look at faces in the early part of the day because he just didn't want anything else to impact him. Now he didn't have the most Rounded life. I suppose but if you're talking about Cognitive performance this could actually be very beneficial. Many brilliant thinks a one. If you read books that describe the habits of brilliant people like a writers. They do control that sensory experience in the woods in the in the hours after week like many writers you know. They have a particular habit of several hours early in the morning of actual writing they do. I'm doing anything else for the rest of the day. But they control the very sensitive to noises and so on. I think they make it very difficult to live with them. I tried to. I'm definitely like that like i. I ve loved to control. The sensory information is coming in. There's something about the peaceful just everything being peaceful at the same time and we were talking a mutual friend of whitney cummings who Has has a has a mansion castle on top of a cliff in the middle of nowhere she actually purchased on island. She wants silence. She wants to control how much a sound is coming in. And she's very sensitive to to sound an environment beautiful home and environment but like clearly puts a lot of attention into into details. Yeah and and very creative. Yeah and the data allows for creativity. I i'm also. I don't like the feels like a slippery slope so i enjoy introducing the noises and signals and Training my mind to be able to tune them out. Because i feel like you can't always control the environment perfectly because Because your mind gets comfortable with that. I think it's a skill that you wanna learn to be able to shut it off like a often go to like back before covid to a coffee shop it really annoys me when they're sounds and voices and so on but i feel like i can train my mind to to block them out so it's a balance i think yeah and i think You know two things. Come to mind as you're saying this First of all yet. I mean we're talking about what's best for work is not always. What's best for completeness of life. I mean you know. Autism is probably many things like autism just like their price fifty ways to get a fever that probably fifty ways to that the brain can create what looks like autism or what people call autism. But there's an interesting set of studies that have come out of david guarantees lab at harvard. Med looking at these are mouse. Mutants where these are models for autism where nothing is disrupted in the brain proper and in the central nervous system but the sensory up the sensory neurons the ones that integrate the skin in the ears and everything are are hypersensitive and this maps to a mutation in certain forms of human autism. So this means that the the overload of sensory information in sensory experience a lot about ticks. Feel the like that. They can't tolerate things. And then they get the stereotyped behaviors the rocking the kind of the shouting it. We always thought of that. As a brain problem in some cases it might be but in many cases. It's because they just can't they seem to have a. It's like turning the volume up on every sense and so they're overwhelmed and none of us want to be come like that. I think it's very hard for them. And it's hard for their parents and so forth. So i i liked the the coffee shop example because The way i think about trying to build up resilience physically or mentally or otherwise is one of I guess we could call it I like to call it limbic friction. That's not a real scientific term acknowledged that i'm making it up now because i think captures the concept. Which is that you know. We always hear about resilience. It makes it sound like under stress. Where everything's coming at you. You're gonna stay calm but there's another So limbic the limbic system wants to pull you in some direction. Typically in the direction of reflexive behavior and the prefrontal cortex through top down. Mechanisms has to suppress that and say no. We're not going to respond to the banging of the coffee cups behind me are. I'm going to keep focusing. That's pure top down control. So olympic friction is high in that environment. You put yourself into a high limbic friction environment that the prefrontal cortex has to work really hard. But there's another side to limbic friction to which is when you're very sleepy. There's nothing incoming it can be completely silent and it's hard to engage in focus because you're drifting off. You're getting sleepy so their olympic friction is high but for the opposite reason ought onomic rows too low. So they're turning on netflix. In the background or looping asong might boost your level of alertness that will allow top down control to be in exactly the sweet spot. You want it. So that is why earlier i was saying. It's all about how we feel inside relative to what's going on the outside we're constantly in this. I guess one way you could envision it spatially if people are listening to this just an audio is i like to think about it. Kinda like glass barbell. Where one sphere of perception and attention can be on. What's going on with me. And one sphere of attention can be what's going on with you or something else in the room or in my environment but those this barbell isn't rigid it's not really glass. Would plasma working. I don't know anything. Sorry i don't know yeah. Okay but so. Imagine that this thing can The size of the the globes at the end of this barbell can get bigger or smaller. So let's close my eyes. And i bring all my experience into what's going on Terrorists option internally. Now it says if i've got to orbs of perception just on my internal state. But i can also do the opposite and bring both orbs of perception outside. I'm not thinking about my heart rate or my breathing. I'm just thinking about something. I see and what you start to realize as we kinda use this spatial model is that two things. One is that terry dynamic and that the more relaxed we are the more these two orbs of attention. The two ends of the barbell can move around freely on the more alert. We are the more rigid. They're going to be tethered in place. And that was designed. So that. If i have a in my environment it's tethered to that threat. I'm not gonna be if something's coming to attack me. I'm not going to be like. Oh my breathing cadences a little bit. Quick that's not how it works. Why because both orbs are linked to that to that threat and so. My behavior is now actually being driven by something external. Even though i think it's internal and so. I don't wanna get too abstract here because Neuroscientist not a a theorist. But when you start thinking about the models of how the brain work brain works gives me. There's only really three things that neurons do. They're either sensory neurons their motor neurons or their modulating things and the models of attention in perception that we have now twenty twenty. Tell us that we've got interception and extra -ception there strongly modulated by levels of autonomic arousal and that if we want to form the optimal relationship to some task or some pressure where some thing whether or not it's sleep and impending threat or coding. We need to adjust our internal space time relationship with the external space-time relationship. And i realize. I'm repeating what i said earlier but we can actually assign circuitry to this stuff. It mostly has to do with how much limbic friction there is. How much you're being pulled to some source that source could be internal. If i if i have pain physical pain in my body i'm gonna be much more Receptive than i am extra sapped of you could be talking to me and i'm just going to be thinking about the pain. It's very hard and the other thing that we can link it to is top down control meaning anything in our environment. That has a lot of salience will tend to bring us into more than interception and again. I don't wanna litter the conversation with just a bunch of terms but What i think it can be useful for people is to do was essentially you've done fox's start developing in awareness. When i wake up. Am i mostly in a mode of interception or extra -ception when i work well is that what is working. Well look like from the perspective of autonomic arousal. How alert calm i m i what kind of balance between internal focus and external focuses there and to sort of watch this process throughout the day can you linger just briefly. Use this terminal allot. It'd be nice to try to get a little more collartoo which is interception option What what are we talking about. So like what's included in each category in. how much overlap is there. Interception would be a in awareness of anything that's within the confines or on the surface of my skin that i'm sensing so literally physiological within the boundaries of my skin and probably touched the skin as well extra -ception would be perception of anything. That's beyond the reach of my skin. So the that bottle of water A sent A sound although it and this can change dramatically. Actually if you have headphones in you tend to hear things in your head if as opposed to a speaker in the room is actually the basis of ventriloquist them. So there're beautiful experiments done by greg. Reckon zone of at uc davis looking at how auditory and visual cues are matched an array speakers. And you can become obvious as i say it but you know. Obviously the ventriloquist doesn't throw their voice. What they do is they. Direct your vision to a particular location and you think the sound is coming from that location. And they're beautiful. Experiments that greg his colleagues have done where they suddenly introduced auditory visual mismatch. And it freaks people out because you can actually make it seem pro from a perception standpoint as if the sound arrived from the corner of the room and hit you like physically and people will recoil and so sounds aren't getting thrown across the room they're still coming from define location array of speakers but this is the way the brain creates these internal representations and again not. I don't want to go down a rabbit hole but I think as much as you're. I'm sure the listeners. Appreciate this but you know everything in. The brain is an abstraction right. I mean they're. They're the sensory apparatus. There are the is in years nose and skin and taste all that are taking information and with interception taking information from sensors inside the body. The enteric nervous system for the got. I've got Sensory neurons that intimate my liver on etc taking all that and the brain is abstracting that in the same way that if i took a picture of your face and hand it to you. I'd say you'd say yeah. That's me but if i were an abstract artist doing a little bit more what the brain does where if i took a patent paper. Maybe i could do this terrible artists and i could just mix it up and i let's say i would make your eyes like water bottles but flip them upside down. I'd sorta signing fruits and objects to the different features that you're facing on show. Tsa lex that's you see. That's not me and i'd say no. But that's my abstraction of you but that's what the brain does the space time relationship of the neurons that fire that encode your face has have no resemblance to your face right and think people don't really i don't know if people have fully internalized that but the day that i not sure i fully internalized that because it's weird to think about all neurons can do is fire in space and in time different neurons in different sequences perhaps with different intensities is not clear the action potential was all or none although neuroscientist linked to talk about that even though it's been published in nature a couple of times the action potential for a given neuron doesn't always have the exact same way form people. It's in all the textbooks. But you can modify that way for was. I mean there's a lot of fascinating stuff with with your science about the fuzziness of all the Of the transfer of information from your yard. I mean we we certainly touch upon it every time we all try to think about the difference. Gene artificial neural networks in biological neural networks. But can we maybe linger a little bit on this On the circuitry the getting at so the brain is just much stop. Firing and it forms abstractions that fascinating beautiful like layers upon layers upon layers of obstruction. And i think it Just like when you're programming programming python it's fish on sparring to think that the neath at all it ends up being zero so ones and the computer doesn't know about stupid python or windows lennox dona knows about the zeros and ones in same way with the brain. Is there something interesting to you are fundamental you about the circuitry of the brain that allows for the magic. That's in our mind to emerge. How much do we understand. I mean maybe even focusing on the vision system is is there something specific about the structure division system the circuitry of it that allows for the complexity the vision system to emerge or. Is it all just a completely attic. Messily understand it's definitely not all a chaotic mess that we don't understand if we're talking about vision and because i'm a vision scientists Stick division will because in the beauty of the visual system. The reason david hubel On the nobel prize was because they were brilliant and forward thinking and adventurous and all that good stuff but the reason that the visual system is such a great model for addressing. These kinds of questions and other systems are hard is we can control the stimulus. We can adjust spatial frequency. How finer the gradings are thick. Gradings thin gradings. We can just temporal frequency. How things are moving. We can use cohen isolating stimuli. We can use it. There's so many things that you can do in a controlled way whereas if we were talking about cognitive encoding like the encoding the space of concept's or something you know i i've i like you. I if i may are drawn to the big questions is neuroscience. But i confess in part because of some good advice. I got early in my career and in part because i'm Not perhaps smart enough to go after the really high level stuff. I also like to address things. That are tractable and i want you know we need to. We need to address what we can stand to make some ground. On a given time is they construct brilliant controlled experiments to study to really literally answer questions about. Yeah i mean. I'm happy to have a talk about consciousness but it's it's a scary talk and i think most people don't want to hear what i have to say you know which is We can save that for later. Perhaps it's an interesting question of We talked about psychedelics. We can talk about consciousness. We can talk. Ignition can experiments in neuroscience ba- constructed to shed any kind of light on these questions so i mean it's cool that vision vision probably one of the most beautiful things about human beings also from the ai. Side computer vision has as some of the most exciting applications of Neural networks isn't computer vision but it feels like that's that's a neighbor of cognition. Consciousness is just that we may be having come up with experiments to study those yet. The visual system is amazing. Were mostly visual animals to navigate survive. Humans mainly rely on vision. Not smell or something else but It's a filter for cognition and it's a it's a strong driver of cognition. Maybe just because it came up and then we're moving higher level concepts just the way. The visual system works can be summarized in in a few relatively statements. Unlike most of what. I said which has not been suspected. All let's go there um the involved. Yes so the retina is this three layers of neurons structure at the backyard's about stickers the credit card it is a piece of your brain and sometimes people think i'm kind of wriggling by out of reality by saying that it is. It's absolutely piece of the brain. It's it's a four brain structure that in the first trimester there is a genetic program that made sure that that neural retina which is part of your central nervous system was squeezed out into what's called the embryo i cops and that the bone formed with a little hole. Where the optic nerve is gonna connected to the rest of the brain and those that window into the world is the only window into the world for a for a mammal which has thick skull. Birds have a thin skull so they're pioneer gland sits and lizards and snakes actually have a whole so that light can make it down into the pinal directly and entrain melatonin rhythms time of day and time of year. Humans have to do all that through the eyes so three layers of neurons. That are piece of your brain. Their central nervous system. And the optic nerve connects to the rest of the brain the neurons and the i some just care about luminance just brighter images and they inform the brain about time of day and then the central circadian clock informs every cell in your body about time of day and make sure that all sorts of good stuff happens. If you're getting lighten your is at the right times. All sorts of bad things happen. If you are getting randomly throughout the twenty four hour cycle we could talk about all that but this is a good incentive for keeping a relatively normal schedule consistent schedule you'll loss light exposure consistent schedule. Try and keep a consistent schedule when you're young. It's easy to go off schedule and recover as you get older. It gets harder. But you see everything from outcomes in cancer patients to diabetes You know improves when people are getting light. At particular time of day and getting darkness at a particular phase of the twenty four hour cycle we were designed to get light and dark at different times of the circadian cycle. That's all being all. That information is coming in through specialized type of neuron in the retina. Called the melon ops in intrinsically photosensitive ganglion cell discovered by david berson at brown university. That's not spatial information it's subconscious. You don't think oh it's daytime even if you're looking at the sun it doesn't matter. It's a photon counter. It's literally counting photons. And it saying oh. Even though it's a cloudy day lots of photons coming in at winter in boston must be winter in your system is a little depressed at spring. You feel alert. That's not a coincidence. That's these mellon ops and cell signaling the circadian clock. they're bunch of other neurons in the eye that signal to the brain and they mainly signal the presence of things that are lighter than background or darker than background so a black objects would darken background. A light object lighter than background It's mainly it's looking at pixels mainly and they look at circles and those neurons have receptive fields which not everyone will understand but those neurons respond best to little circles of dark light or little circles. Bright light little circles of red light versus little circle of green light or blue light and so it sounds very basic. It's like red green blue and circles brighter. Or dimmer than what's next to it. But that's basically the only information that sent down the optic nerve and when we say information we can be very precise. I don't mean little bits of red traveling on the optic nerve. I mean spikes neural action. Potentials in space and time which for you is like makes total sense but i think for a lot of people. It's a it's actually beautiful to think about. All that information in the outside world is converted into a language. That's very simple. It's just like a few syllables. If you will and though syllables are being shouted down. The optic nerve converted into a totally different language like morse code. Bbb goes into the brain and then the foul missed essentially respond in the same way that the retina does accept. The missed is also waiting things. It saying you know what that thing Was moving faster than everything else. Or it's brighter than everything else so that signal to get up to allow up to cortex or that signal is much redder than it is green nominal at that signal. Go through that signal is much. it's kind of more like the red next to it. Throw that out. The information just doesn't get up into your cortex and then in cortex of were perceptions happened and in v one if you will visual area one but also some neighboring areas you start getting representations of things like oriented lines so there's a neuron that response to this angle of my hand versus vertical. This is the defining work of you will measles nobel. And it's a very systematic map of orientation line orientation direction of movement and so forth and that's pretty much and caller. And that's how the visual system is organized. All the way up to the cortex so it's hierarchical you don't bill. I want to be clear. It's hierarchical because you don't build up that line by suddenly having a neuron that response to lines in a some random way response to lines by taking all the dots that are aligned in vertical stack and they all converge on one neuron and that neuron response vertical lines. So it's not random. There's no abstraction at that point. In fact in fact. If i showed you a black line i could be sure that if i were imaging. V one that i would see a representation of that black line as a vertical line. Somewhere in in your cortex. So at that point it's absolutely concrete. It's not abstract but then things get really mysterious. Some of that information travels further up into cortex so that and goes from one visual air to the next to the next to the next so that by time you get into an area that nancy can wisher. Mit has studied her much of her career. The future form face area. You set start finding single neurons that respond only to your father's face or to joe rogan's face regardless of the orientation of his face. I'm sure if you saw joe because you know him well from across the room and you just saw his profile the joe walker and say hello the orientation of its faces and there. You wouldn't even see his is necessarily but he's represented in some abstract way by anuron. That actually would be called the joe rogan neuron or neurons. It might have limits. Like i might not recognize him. If you're upside down or something like that it'd be fascinating to see. What the limits of the joe. Rogan concept is so nancy's lab has done that because early on. She was challenged by people. That said there aren't faced neurons. There are neurons that they only respond to space and time shapes and things like that moving in particular directions noreen -tations and turns out. Nancy was right on. They use the stimuli called griebel stimulate which any computer programmer would appreciate which kind of more face into something gradually eventually just looks like this like alien thing. They called agreeable and the neurons. Don't respond to griebel's in most cases they only respond to faces of familiar faces anyway. I'm summarizing a lot of literature and forgive me. Nancy and for those the people there you don't come after pitch for actually you know what work to know what i'm trying to do here. Yeah so the point. Is that in the visual system. It's very concrete visual area. Four which has color pin wheels and seems to respond to pin wheels of colors and And so the stimuli become more and more elaboration but at some point you depart that concrete representation you start getting abstract representations that can't be explained by simple point to point wiring and to take a leaf out of the visual system to the higher level concepts. Will we talked about in the visual system maps to the auditory system where you're encoding frequency of tone sweeps. So there's sound weird to do but you know like a doppler like hearing something a car passing by for instance but at some point you get into motifs of music that can't be mapped to just a a what they call a tone of topic map of frequency. You start abstracting and if you start thinking about concepts of creativity and love and memory like what is the map of memory space. Well your memories are very different than mine but presumably there's enough at the early stages of memory processing earthy early stages of emotional processing or at the earlier stages of creative processing that you have the building blocks zeros and ones if you will but you depart from that eventually now the exception to this and i want to be really clear because i was just mainly talking about neo cortex the six layered structure on the outside of the brain. That explains a lot of human abilities. Other animals have them to is that subcortical structures are a lot more like machines. it's more plugin chug and what i'm talking about. The machinery that controls heart rate breathing and receptive fields Your neurons that respond to things like temperature on the top of my left hand and one of the i came into the neuroscience from a more of a perspective initially of psychology but one of the reasons i forced upon myself to learn some electrophysiology not a ton but enough and some molecular biology in about circuitry is that one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in life. I'm convinced is to lower an electrode into the cortex and to show a person or animal. Do this ethically of course Stimulus if the line or face and you can convert the recordings coming off of that electrode into an audio signal audio monitor and you can hear what they call hash. It's not the hash she smoke. It's the hash here and it's it. Sounds like it just sounds like noise and in the cortex. Eventually you find a stimulus that gets the neuron spike in fire action. Potentials are converted into an auditory stimulus. That are very concrete crack crack. Sounds like a bat cracking. You know like home runs or outfield balls when you drop electrodes deeper into the dallas or into the hypothalamus or into the brain stem areas. That control breathing. It's like a machine. You never hear hash. You drop the electrode down. This could be like a like a grudge tug still electrode not high fidelity electrode as long as it's got a little bit of insulation on plug into an audio moderate picking up electric and if it's a visual neuron it's in the thelma's or the retina and you walk in front of that animal person that that neuron goes and then you walk away and it stops and you put your hand in front of the i again. It goes and you could do that for two days and that neuron will just every time. There's a stimulus fires so whereas before it's a question of how much information is getting up to cortex and then these abstractions happening where you're creating these ideas. When you go subcortical everything is obstruction is two. Plus two equals four. There's no abstractions and this is why i You know. I know we have some common friends at neuralink and i loved the demonstration that had recently. I'm a huge fan of what they're doing and where they're headed and no i don't get paid to say that and i have no business relationship to them. I just a huge fan of the people in the mission but mike question was to some of them. When you're gonna go subcortical 'cause if you wanna control animal you don't do it in the cortex. The cortex is like the abstract painting. I made of your face Moving removing one piece or changing something may or may not matter for the abstraction but when you are in the subcortical areas of the brain a stimulating electrode can evoke an entire behavior or an entire state. And so the brain. If we're gonna have a discussion about the brain and how the brain works we need to really be clear. Which brain because everyone loves a neo cortex. It's like. oh canonical circuits in cortex Connect dome shirt necessary but not sufficient not to be able to plug in patterns of electrical stimulation and get behavior eventually. We'll get there but if you're talking subcortical circuits. That's where the action is. That's where you could potentially cure parkinson's by stimulating. The supplement nucleus. Because we know that it gates motor activation patterns and very predictable ways. So i think for those that are interested in neuroscience pays to pay attention to like. Is this a circuit that have abstracts the sensory information or is it just one that builds up hierarchical models in a very predictable way. And there's a huge chasm and neuroscience right now because there's no conceptual leadership no one knows which way to go and this is why i think neuralink has captured an amazing opportunity. Which was okay. Well while you academic research labs figuring all this stuff out. We're going to pick a very specific goal. And make the goal the endpoint and some academic laboratories do that. But i think that's a beautiful way to attack this whole thing about the brain because it's very concrete. Let's restore motion to the parkinson. Sonian patient academic labs do that want to do that to of course. Let's restore Speech to the stroke patient But there's nothing abstract about that. That's figuring out the solution to a particular problem. So anyway those are my and i and i admit i've mixed in a lot of opinion there but having spent some time like twenty five years digging in the brain and listening to neurons firing and looking at them anatomically given its twenty twenty we. We need to ask the right way to get better. Answers ask better questions and the really high level stuff is fun. It makes for good conversation and it has Brought enormous interest. But i think the questions about consciousness and dreaming and stuff. They're fascinating what. I don't know that we're there yet. So you're saying the might be a chasm in the two views of The power of the brain arising from the from the circuitry that forms abstractions or the power the brain arising from the majority of the circuitry. That's just doing very boot fours dumb things that are like that. Don't have any fancy kind of stuff going on as really interesting to think about and which one to go. After first and and here i coaching badly from someone i've never met but whose work i follow. Which is it was. Actually on your podcast. I think elon musk said. Basically the brain is a voice. A monkey brain with a super commuter on up and i thought that's actually probably the best description of the brain of ever heard because it captures a lot of important features life limbic friction right. We think of like. Oh you know when we're making plans were using the prefrontal cortex executive function all this kind of stuff. But think about the drug addict who's driven to go pursue heroin or cocaine. They make plans so clearly. They used their frontal cortex is just that it's been hijacked by the limbic system all the month the monkey brain as you referred to. It's really not fair to monkeys though because actually monkeys can make plans. They just don't make plans of sophisticated us as a lot of time with monkeys have been with humid. You're putting you're saying like wish. There is a lot of value to folks in the monkey brain. Or whatever the heck you call it i do. Because let's say. I had an ability to place a chip anywhere i wanted in the brain today and activate or inhibit that area. I'm not sure. I would put that ship in neo cortex except maybe to just kind of fun happens. The reason is it's an abstraction machine and especially if i wanted to make a mass production tool but tool in mass production that i could give to a lot of people. Because it's quite possible that you're abstractions are different enough than mine that i wouldn't know what patterns of firing to induce but if i want let's say i want to increase my level of and creativity will then i would love to be able to for instance control my level limbic friction love to be able to wake up and go oh. I haven't eight o'clock appointment. I wake up slowly so between seven eight. But i wanna do a lot of linear. What i'm gonna. I'm gonna turn down the limbic friction in or ramp up. Prefrontal cortex activation so. There's a lot of stuff that can happen in the foulness with sense regaining For instance you could shut down that shell around the palace and allow more creative thinking by allowing more lateral connections. These would be some of those will be the experiments i'd wanna do so they're in the subcortical quote unquote monkey brain. But you could then look at what sorts of abstract thoughts and behaviors would arise from that rather than an here. I'm not pointing the finger at neuralink at all. But there's this obsession with neo cortex. But i am going to lose a few friends but i'll hopefully gain a few in also One of the reasons people spend so much time in neo cortex. I have a fact. In an opinion one fact is that you can image there and you can record there right now. The two photon and one photon microscopy methods. That allow you to image deep into the brain. Still don't allow you to image down really deep unless you're jamming prizms in there and endoscopes and then the endoscopes are very narrow. So you're getting very you know it's like looking at the bottom of the ocean through a through spotlight and so much easier. Look at the waves up on top right. So let's face it folks a lot of the reasons why they're so many recordings and layer two three of cortex all this advanced microscopy as because it's very hard to image deeper now the microscope. Getting better and thanks to amazing work. Mainly of engineers in chemists and physicists. Let's face it. They're the ones who brought this revolution neuroscience in the last ten years or so. He can image deeper. But we don't really that's why you see so many reports layer two three the other thing which is purely opinion and i'm not going after anybody here but is that as long as there's no clear right answer it becomes a little easier to do creative work in a structure where no one really knows how it works. So it's fun to probe around because anything you see is novel if you're gonna work in the foulness or the poll nar or the hypothetical so these structures have been known about since the sixties and seventies and really since the centuries ago you are dealing with exist you have to combat existing models and whereas in cortex knowing how the thing works Neo cortex six layer cortex and so so. Everything's for discovery. Yeah there's a lot more room for discovery. And i'm not calling anyone out. I love cortex. We've published papers on cortex. It's super interesting. But i think with the tools that are available nowadays and where people are trying to head of of not just reading from the brain monitoring to but writing to the brain. And i think we really have to be careful and we need to be thoughtful about. What are we trying to write. What scripture we try to right because there are many brain structures for which we already know what scripts they right and. i think there's tremendous value there. I don't think it's boring. The fact that they act like machines makes them predictable. Those are your zeros and ones. Yeah let's start there but let what they're what sort of happening in this field of writing to the brain is there's this idea and again. I want to be clear. I'm not pointing at neuralink mainly pointing at the the neoclassical jockeys out there. That you go in you observe patterns and then you think replaying those patterns is gonna give rise to something interesting. Yeah i i should call out one experiment or two experiments which were done by. Susumu tony gawa- nobel prize winner from. Mit's done important work. In memory and immunology of course guys nobel as well as mark mayford lab at uc san diego. They didn't experiment where they monitored a bunch of neurons while an animal learn something then they captured those neurons through some molecular tricks so they could replay the neurons. So now there's like perfect case scenario. It's like okay. You monitor the neurons in your brain. Then i say okay. Neurons one through one hundred were played in particular sequence. So you know the space time you know the keys on the piano. That were played that gave rise to the song. Which was the behavior and then go back and you reactivate those neurons except you reactivate them all at once like slamming all the keys once on the piano and you get the exact same so the space time code may be meaningless for some structures. Now that's freaky. That's a scary thing. Because what that means is that all the space time firing in cortex. The space part may matter more than the time part so rate codes in space time codes. We don't know and i'd rather have. I'd rather deliver more answers in this discussion the questions but i think it's important consideration. You're think some of the magic is in the early stages of what the closer to the raw information. I brain addressing. I believe so you. You know the stimulus. You know the codes that stimulus. You know the transformation. When i say this for those they'll think about sensory transformations it's like i can show you a red circle and then i look at how many a times the neuron fires in response to that red circle and then i show the red circle bunch of times green circle see if it changes and then essentially the number that is the transformation you've converted red circle into like three action potentials. Bp or whatever you wanna call it you know for those that thinking sound space. So that's what you've created. You know the transformation and you march up the it's called the neur- axis as you go. From the periphery up into the cortex. And we know that. I know lisa feldman barrett or is it parrot feldman barrett. Excuse me i'm lisa. the Talked a lot about this. That birds can do sophisticated things and whatnot as well but humans. There's a strong what we call cephas. -ation a lot of the processing is moved up into the cortex and subcortical. But it happens on the less. And so as long as you know the transformations you are in a perfect place to build machines or add machines to the brain that exactly mimic what the brain wants to do which is take events in the environment and turn them into internal firing of neurons so the master of the brain happened at their early. You know another perspective of it is You're saying this means that humans aren't that special if we look evolutionary timescale. The leap to intelligence is not special. So like the extra layers of attraction. Isn't were most of the magic happens of intelligence which gives me hope that may be if that's true that means the evolution intelligence is not that rare event. I certainly hope not You you hope. There's i hope. There are other forms of intelligence. I mean i think what humans are. Really good at Here i want to be clear that this is not a model but what humans are really good at taking that Plasma bar that we were talking about earlier and not just using it for analysis of space like the your media environment but also using historical information like read a book today about the history of medicine. I happen to be doing that lately for some stuff. I'm researching and i can take that information. And if i want. I can injected into my plans for the future. Other animals don't seem to do that over the same time scales that we do now it may be that the chipmunks are all hiding little like notebooks everywhere in the form of little dirt castles or something that we don't understand. I mean the waggled answer. The be is in the most famous example. Bees come back to the hive orient to the honeycomb and they wagle there's a guy down australian srinivasan who studied this in. It's really interesting. No one really understands it. Supplanter stands at best. The be wagle's at a in a couple of ways relative to the orientation of the honeycomb and then all the other bees see that it's visual and they go out and they know the exact coordinate system to get to the to the source of whatever was the food and bring it back. And he's done it where they isolate. The bees change the visual flight environment. All this stuff. They are communicating and they're communicating something about something they saw recently but it doesn't extend over very long periods of time the same way that you and i can both read a book or you can recommend something to me and then we could converge on a set of ideas later and in fairness because she was the one that said it and i didn't and i hadn't even thought of it When you talk to lisa on your podcast she brought up something beautiful. Which is that. I'd never really occurred to me. And i was sort of embarrassed that it hadn't but it's really beautiful and brilliant. Which is that you know. We don't just encode senses in the form of color and light and sound wave and tastes but ideas become a form of sensory mapping. And that's where the Really really cool and exciting stuff is. But we just don't understand what the receptive fields are for ideas. What's an idea receptive field. And how they're communicated forbid between humans because we seem to be You'd be able to code those ideas in some kind of way. Yes it's taken all the raw information. And the internal physical states that sensory information put into this concept blob Store able to communicate that at your abstractions of different than mine. Yeah i actually think the comments section you know on on social media is a beautiful example of where the abstractions are different for different people so much of the misunderstanding of the world is because of these. These idea receptive fields. They're not the same. Whereas i can look at photoreceptor neurons factoring your honor v one neuron and i am certain i would bet my life that yours look and respond exactly the same way that lisa's do in mind do but once you get beyond their against tricky and so when you say something or i say something and somebody gets upset about it or even happy about their concept of that might be quite a bit different. They don't really know what you mean. They only know what it means to them. Yes so from. A neural link perspective it makes sense to optimize the control in the augmentation of the of the more primitive of circuitry. Select the the stuff that is closer to raw sensor information. Go deeper if they. I could by the way uber into the brain and and to be fair. So a matt mcdougal. Who's the neurosurgeon neuralink and lyrical nursing. Great guy brilliant. They have amazing people after. Give it to them. They've been very cryptic in recent years. Their website was just like a like neural. Like nothing there that they really know how to do things with style and And they set a lot of people but that's good to matt is there. I know matt. He actually came up through my lab at stanford old you know he was surgery. Resume spent time in our lab. He actually came out on the shark dive in did great truck diving with my lab to collect the vr that we use in our fear stuff. I've talked to matt. And i think you know he. And other folks there are hungry for the deeper brain structures. The problem is that damn vascular all that blood supply. it's not. It's not trivial to get through in down into the brain without damaging the vascular in the neo cortex which is on the outer crust. But once you start getting into the dallas and closer to some of the main arterial sources. You really risk getting massive bleeds. And so it's it's a it's an issue that can be worked out it just as hard Maybe be nice. Educate i'm showing my ignorance. So the the smart stuff surface. I didn't realize. I didn't quite realize because he keeps saying deep yes so so like the early stages or deep yes so in in actual physically in the brain yes so the way that Of course you got your your deep brain structures involved in breathing and heart rate Lizard brain and then on top of that. This is the the The the model of the brain that. No-one really subscribes to anymore. But anatomically it works and then on top in mammals and then on top of that the limbic structures which gate sensory information and decide whether or not. You're gonna listen to something more. They're gonna look at it or you're going to split your attention to both sensory allocation stuff And then the neo cortex is on the outside and that is where you get a lot of this abstraction stuff and now not all critical areas doing abstraction some like visual area one auditory area one. They're just doing concrete representations but As you get into the higher order stuff when you start hearing names like in fro parietal cortex in you know when you start hearing multiple names in the same then you're talking about higher order areas but actually there's a an important experiment that That drives a lot of what people want to do with brain machine interface. And that's the work of bill newsom who's at stanford told him option who runs the center for neuroscience. Nyu this is a wild experiment. And i think it might freak a few people out if they really think about it too deeply but anyway here goes. There's an area called mt in the cortex. And if i showed you a bunch of dots all moving up and this is what they this is what tony and bill and some of the other people in that lab did way back when they show a bunch of dots. Moving up somewhere in mt there. Some neurons that respond they fire when the neurons move up and then what they did. They started wearing the coherence of that motion. So they made it so only fifty percents dots moved up in the rest move. Random and then you're on fires a little less and eventually it's random in that neurons stops firing because it's kind of dots moving somewhere it's awesome and there's a systematic map so that other neurons responding things moving down and other things responding left and other things right okay. So there's a map of direction space. You okay. well that's great. You could lesion. Mtv animals lose the ability to do these kind of coherence. Discrimination or direction discrimination but the mazing experiment. The one that just is kind of your is that they lowered a stimulating electrode into empty found neurons that respond to go up but then they silence that neuron and sure enough. The animal doesn't recognize the neurons going up. And then they move the dots down stimulate the neuron. That response to things moving up in the animal responds because can't speak it responds by doing a lever press which says the dots are moving up so in other words the sensory. The dots are moving down in reality on the computer screen. They're stimulating the neuron. That responds to dots moving up. And the perception of the animal is that dots are moving up. Which tells you that your perception of external reality absolutely has to neuronal abstraction it is not tacked to the movement of the dots in any absolute way. Your perception of the outside world depends entirely on the activation patterns of neurons in the brain. And you hear that and say well. Because if i stimulate you know the stretch reflex and you kick or something or whatever you know. The knee reflects you kick of course. There's a neuron that triggers that. But he didn't have to be that way because a the animal had prior experience. Be your way up in you. Know higher order areas. What this means is that. And i generally try to avoid conversations about this kind of thing but what this means is that we are constructing our reality with the space time firing the zeros and ones and it doesn't have to have anything to do with the actual reality and the animal or person can be absolutely convinced that that's what's happening. Are you familiar with the work of donald hoffman. So he makes evolution argument. Not important of that. We a our brains are completely detached from reality in the sense that he makes radical case the we have no idea what physical reality is in fact is drastically different than what we think it is so he goes the sierra so he doesn't say like there's just 'cause you're kind of applying there's a there's a gap there might be with constructing illusion in the may be using communication to maybe Create consistency that sufficient for human collaboration. Whatever are mammal you know. Just maybe even just life forms a constructing a consistent reality. That's may be detached. I mean that's really cool in your answer constructing that like the you can prove this is when you're science has best vision size. But he says that like our brain is actually just lost shit On the path of evolution to where. We're no we're just playing games with each other in constructing realities that allow our survival. But it's it's completely detached physical reality where we're missing a lot. Were missing like most of it if not all of it well. This was It's it's fascinating because saw the oliver sacks documentary. There's a new documentary out about his life and there's this one part where he's like a spent part of my life trying to imagine what it would like to be be To be a bat or something to see the world through the life the sensory apparatus of a bat and he did this with these patients that were locked into these horrible syndromes that to pull out some of the the beauty of their experience as well not just communicate the suffering although the suffering too and as i was listening to him talk about this i started realize it's like what they're these mantis shrimps. That's sixty shades of pink or something and they they see this stuff all the time in animals. Anc uv light. Every time i learn about an animal that can sense other things in the environment that i can't like heat sensing when i don't crave that experience the same way. Saks talked about craving experience. But it does throw another penny in the jar for what you're saying. Which is that. It could be that. Most if not all of what i perceive and believe is just a a neural fabrication For better for worse we all agree on enough of the same neural fabrications. In the same time and place that we're able to function not only that but we agree with the things that are trying to eat us Enough to where. We don't don't eat us meeting like that. It's not just us. Humans you know why because it's interactive interactive so like so like Now i think it's a really Nice thought experiment. I think because Donald really frames it. In a scientific he makes a hard like as hard as our discussion has been now. He makes a scientific case that we don't know shit about reality I think that's a little bit Hardcore but i think it's i think i think it's a good thought. Experiment that kind of cleanses the palate of the confidence. We might have about About because we are operating in this obstruction space and You know the sensory spaces might be something very different and it's kind of interesting to think about if you start to go into row neuralink or start to talk about just everything that you've been talking about with dream states in psychedelics and stuff like that. Which part of the which layer can we control and play around with. Maybe look into different slice of reality. She got to do the experiment. The key is to just do the experiment in analyst ethical way possible you just i mean. That's the beauty of experiments. This is why There's there's wonderful theoretical neuroscience happening now make to make predictions but but that's why experimental sciences so wonderful. You can go into the laboratory and poke around in there and be a brain explore in and listen to and right to neurons. And when you do that you get answers. You don't always get the answers you want. But that's the that's the beauty of it at i when you were saying Thing about reality and the donald hoffman model. I was thinking about children. You know Like when i've an older sister she's very sane When she was a kid she had an imaginary friend and she play with this imaginary friend and it had there was this whole there was a consistency this and was like it was larry lived in a house. Layer was a girl. It was like all his stuff that child. A young child wouldn't have any issue with and then one day she announced that larry had died right and it wasn't dramatic or traumatic as that was it and she just stopped and i always wonder what that neuro developmental event was that A kept her out of a psychiatric ward. Had she got that imaginary friend but it's also there was something kinda sad to it. I think the way it was told to me. Because i'm the younger brother i didn't. I wasn't around for that. But my my dad told me that you're there was kind of a sadness because it was this beautiful reality that had been constructed so we kind of one. I wonder as you're telling me this weather. Not you know as adults. We try and create as much reality for children as we can so that they can make predictions and feel safe because the ability to make predictions is a lot of what keeps our automatic arousal in check. I mean we go to sleep every night and we give up total control and that should frighten us deeply but you know unfortunately on an rows will be yank down under and we don't negotiate too much so you sleep sooner or later I don't know I was a little worried. We get into discussions about the nature of reality. Because i it's interesting in the laboratory. I'm very much like what's the experiment. What would you know what the analysis gonna look like. What mutant mouse are used. What what what experience. We're going put someone through. But i think it's wonderful that in twenty twenty we can finally have discussions about this stuff and look kind of peak around the corner and say well neuralink and people others who are doing similar. Things are going to figure it out. They're gonna the the answer is will show up and we just have to be open to interpretation. Do you think there could be an experiment. A centered around consciousness. You're plugged into the neuroscience community. I think for the longest time the seaward was totally not was almost anti-scientific. But not more and more people are talking about consciousness. Alana's talk about consciousness. Ai folks is talking about consciousness. It's it's still nobody knows anything but it feels like a legitimate domain of inquiry. That's hungry for a real experiment. So i've fortunately three short answers to this The first one is later. I'm not. I'm not particularly saying i agree nodded joke. I was still is two things. You never wanna say to a scientist. One is What do you do in the second. One is take as much time as you need. And you definitely don't wanna say them in the same sentence three short answers to it. So there's a there's a cynical answer kind of at and it's not one i enjoy giving which is that If you look into the seventies a back at the nineteen seventy s and nineteen eighties and even into the early two thousands. There were some very dynamic very impressive speakers who are very smart in the field of neuroscience related fields who thought hard about the consciousness problem and fell in love with the problem but overlook the fact that the technology wasn't there so I admire them for falling in love with the problem. But they gleaned tremendous taxpayer resources essentially for nothing and these people know who they are. Some of them are alive somewhere remarked. I am not referring to francis crick. Who was brilliant by the way and got the classroom was involved in consciousness. Which i think is a great idea. It's the skiers structure that no one's really study. People are now starting to study it. So i think francis was brilliant and wonderful but there it there were books written about it makes for great television stuff and thought around the table or after a couple of glasses of wine or whatever It's an important problem nonetheless. And so i think. I do think the consciousness the the issue is not operationally defined right. The psychologists are much smarter than A lot of hard scientists in that for the following reason they put operational definitions. They know that psychology. If we're talking about motivation for instance they know they need to put operational definitions on that so that to laboratories can know they're studying the same thing the problem with consciousness knowing can agree on what that is and this was a problem for attention when i was coming up so in the early two thousands people would argue. What is the tension. Is it spatial attention. Auditory attention is an finally people. Like you know what we agreed on. Though so i remember sword. I remember sorting people screaming attention. They couldn't even agree on attention. So i was coming up as young graduate student. I'm thinking like. I'm definitely not going to work on attention. I'm definitely not going to work on consciousness. And i wanted something that could solve or figure out. I want to be able to see the circuit the neurons. I want to be able to hear it on the audio record from it. And then i wanted to gain a function and loss of function. Take it away. See something change. Put it back. See something changes systematic way. And that takes you down into the depths of some stuff. That's pretty plug and chug. But you know. I borrow from something in that. The military 'cause i'm fortunate to do some work with units special operations and they have beautiful language around things because their world is not abstract and they talked about three meter targets. Ten meter targets hundred meter targets. And it's not an issue of picking the hundred meter target because its more beautiful or because more interesting if you don't take down the three meter targets in the ten targets i you're dead. So that's i think scientists could pay to adopt a more kind of military thinking in that in that sense the other thing. That is really important. Is that just because somebody conceived of something and can talk about it beautifully. Incan glean a lot of Resources for it doesn't mean that it's lead anywhere so this isn't just true of the consciousness issue and i don't want to sound cynical but i could pull up. Some names of molecules that occupied hundreds of articles in the very premier journals that then were later discovered to be totally moot for that process and biotech companies folded everyone in the lab pivots and starts doing something different with that molecule and nobody talks about it. Because as long as you're in the game we have this thing called anonymous peer review. You can't afford to piss off anybody too much unless you have some other funding streams and i've avoided battles most of my career but i pay attention to all of it and i've watched this and i don't think it's ego driven. I think it's that people fall in love with an idea. I don't think there's any there's not enough money in science for people sit back there rubbing their hands together know the beauty of what neuralink andy lawn and and team 'cause obviously he's very impressive but the team as a whole is really what what gives me great confidence in their mission is that he's already got enough money so it can't be about that he doesn't seem to need it at a level of I don't know him but it doesn't. He doesn't seem to need it at a kind of an ego level or something. I think it's driven by genuine curiosity and the team that he's assembled include people that are very kind of abstract. Neuro meal cortex space time. Coding people there people like matt. Who's a neurosurgeon you. Can't you know you can't be s neurosurgery failures in neurosurgery or not tolerate. It's you have to be very good to exceptional to even get through the gate and he's exceptional and they've got people like dan adams who was at ucsf longtime Confront known for years Who is very concrete. Studied the vascular in the eye and how it maps to the vascular in cortex when you get a team like that together. You're going to have dissenters you're gonna have. People that are higher level thinkers people that are coders. When you get a team like that it no longer looks like an academic laboratory or even a field in science and so i think they're going to solve some really hard problems and again. I'm not here. They don't you know. I've nothing in at stake with them. But i think that's the solution. You need a bunch of people who don't need first author papers who don't need to complete their phd who aren't relying on outside funding. Who have a clear mission. And you have a a bunch of people who are basically will opt to solve. The problem elected knowledge of the three meter targeted in the hundred meter target. So the folks in your lincoln basically many of them are some of the best people in the world at the three meter target like the image matt your search like they're solving real problems. There's no bs las philosophical Smoke sweden back. Look at the stars but Both nealon because i think like this. I think it's really important to think about. The hundred meter and hundred meter is not even ninety two hundred meter but like like the stuff behind the hill that's Too far away which is which is where consciousness. I'm maybe i tend to believe that Consciousness could be genieford any part of the reason part of the business. I wanna build leverage. Is that idea that consciousness is a lot simpler that we've been we've been talking about will if if someone can simplify the problem right. That will be wonderful. I mean the reason we can talk about. Something as abstract is face. Representations infused form face area is because nancy ken wisher had the brilliance to tie it to the Kind of lower level statistics of visual scenes. It wasn't because she was like. Oh i bet it's there that wouldn't have been interesting. So people like her. Understand how to bridge that gap and they put a tractable definition. so i. that's what. I'm begging for in science yet. Tractable definite what. This is what. I want people to sit in the people who are really uncomfortable with wu like consciousness like high level stuff to sit in that topic and sit uncomfortably because it forces them to then try to ground. Simplify into something concrete. Because to me people are just uncomfortable to sit in the consciousness room. Because there's no definitions attention or an or intelligence in artificial intelligence committee but the reality is it's easy to avoid that room altogether. Which is what i mean. There's analogies to everything you've said with artificial intelligence community with a mint ski and even now touring that talked about intelligence a lot and they do a lot of funding and then it crashed because they really didn't do anything with it and it was a lot of forced personality and so on but that doesn't mean the topic of the turing test and intelligence isn't something we should sit on and think like think like what is. First of all touring actually attempted this with a turing tests. He's tried to make concrete very question of intelligence. It doesn't mean that we shouldn't lindgren and we shouldn't forget that ultimately that is what our efforts are all about in artificial intelligence community and in the people will just neuroscience or whatever bigger umbrella you wanna used understanding the mind the goal is not just about understanding layer two or three of the It's it's to understand consciousness in intelligence and may be created or just all the possible biggest questions of our universe. that's that's ultimately the dream. Absolutely and i think what i really appreciate but appreciate about what you're saying. Is that everybody whether or not they're working on a kind of low level synapse. That's like a reflex musculature or something very high level. Abstract can benefit from looking at those who prefer three. you know. Everyone's going after a three meter ten meter and hundred meter targets in some sense but to be able to tolerate the discomfort of a conversation where their real answers where the zeros and ones are ours. Known ones those the equivalent of that in the in the nervous system and also as you said for the people that are very much like. Oh i can only trust what i can see in touch. Those people need to put themselves into the discomfort of the high level conversation. Because what's missing is conversation and conceptualization of things at multiple levels. I think this is I don't gripe about my life's been fortunate we've been funded from the start. We've been happy In that in that regard and lucky. And we're grateful for that. But i think one of the challenges of research being so expensive is that there isn't a lot of time especially nowadays for people to convene around a topic because there's so much emphasis on productivity and so they're they're actually believe it or not there. Aren't that many concepts formal concepts and neuroscience right now the last ten years has been this huge influx of tools and so people have been neural circuits and probing around and connect homes. It's been wonderful but Ten twenty years ago when the consciousness stuff was more prominent. The c word as you said What was good about that. Time is that people would go to meetings and actually discuss ideas and models. Now it's like demonstrates demonstration day at the school science fair where everyone's got their thing and some stuff is cooler than others but I think we're gonna see a shift. I'm grateful that we have so many computer scientists and theoreticians and theorists. I think they call themselves Somebody told me what the difference someday. and you know psychology and even dare i say philosophy you know. These things are starting to converge. We neuro science that the name neuroscience. There wasn't even such a thing. When i started graduate school in a post doc was neuro physiology or anatomist Now every it's sort of everybody's invited and that's beautiful. That means that something's useful is gonna come of all this and there's also tremendous work of course happening on for the treatment of disease and we shouldn't overlook that that's where endings eliminating reducing suffering also a huge initiative neuroscience. So there's a lot of beauty in the field but the consciousness thing continues to be a It's like an exotic bird. It's like no one really quite knows how to handle it and it dies very easily. Well yeah i think also from the ai. Perspective i so i view the brain as less sacred i think for neuroscience perspective. You're a little bit more sensitive to be s like bs narratives about the brain of whatever. I'm a little bit more Comfortable which just poetic bs about the brain as long as it helps engineer intelligence systems. Well i mean. I and i have to confess ignorance when it comes to most things about coding and i'm have some quantitative ability but i don't have strong quantitative leanings and so i know my too and so i think the next generation coming up a lot of the students at stanford a really interested in quantitative models in theory. And i and i remember when i was coming up A lot of people who are doing work ahead of me. I kind of rolled my eyes at some of the stuff. They were doing Including some of their personalities. Although i have many great of senior colleagues every the world so it's the way of the world so nobody knows what. It's like to be a young graduate student in two thousand twenty except the young graduate student. So i i know what i'd i know. There are a lot of things. I don't know and In addition wind do a lot of public education increase scientific literacy in neuro scientific thinking etc. A goal of mine is to try and at least pave the way so that these really brilliant forward thinking younger scientists can make the biggest possible dent and make what will eventually be all old guys and gals look stupid. I mean that's that's what we were all trying to go as we were trying to do so. Yeah so from the highest possible topic of consciousness to to the lowest level Topic of david goggin 's Low low level low he's high-performance form like low. Like there's no. I don't think david has has any time for philosophy. Let's just put it this way. I mean i think we can tack it to what we were just saying in a in a in a meaningful way is whatever goes on in abstract part of the brain. He's figured you know he's figured out how to dig down. Whatever the limbic friction. He's figured out how to grab a hold of that scruff it and send it in the direction that he's decided it needs to go and what's wild is that he's what we're talking about. Is him doing that to himself right. He's he's scruffy himself in directing himself in a particular direction and sending himself down that trajectory and he was beautiful that he acknowledges that process is not pretty. It doesn't feel good. It's horrible at every level. But he's created this rewarding element to it. And i think that's what's so. It's so admirable and it's what so many people crave which is regulation of the self at that level and he practices the mean. There's a ritual to it. there's Every single day like no exceptions there's a practice aspect to the suffering. They he goes through principled suffering in brazil suffering. I mean i just. I mean i admire all aspects of it including him and his girlfriend such way. I'm not sure she'll probably know fiance. We've only comedian. I we've only i've only communicated with her By text about some stuff Was asking david but yet they. They clearly formed a powerful team. Yeah and thing to see people working in that kind of synergy it's inspiring to me same as well deal on that a guy like david goggin can find love The that you find a thing that works which gives me hope that. Like whatever. Whatever flavor of crazy i am. You can always find another thing that works with that. What i i've had. The may be trade goggin stories you from a neuroscience perspective me from Self inflicted pain perspective. I somehow found myself in communication with david about some challenges. Those undergoing one. Of which is we were communicating every single day. Email phone about particular. Thirty day challenges. I didn't stretched for longer of push. Ups pull ups. You made a call out on so yes. Oh shamir's i think i a new view before. But that's where i started tracking some of what you're doing with these physical challenges in the hell's wrong with well. No i think i. I don't often comment on people stuff. But i think i commented something like a neural plasticity loves non-negotiable rule is non-negotiable contract. Because that's the point where yeah ignore. Narrow plus to see really loves a non negotiable contract. Because i've said this before so forgive me but you know. The brain is doing analysis of duration path and outcome. And that's a lot of work for the brain and the more that it can pass off duration path outcome to just reflex the more energy in it can allocate other things. So if you decide there's no negotiation about how many push ups how far i'm gonna run. How many days how many pull ups it. Sarah you actually have more energy for push ups running and pull up and we say your plus you mean like the brain wants. The decision is made. It'll start rewiring stuff to to make sure that this can actually make this happen. That's right. I mean so much of what we do is reflexive at the level of course circuitry breathing heart rate. All that boring stuff digestion. But then there's a lot of reflects his stuff like how you drink out of a mug of coffee. That's reflexive too but that you had to learn at some point in your life earlier when you were very little analyzing duration path and outcome and that involves a lot of top down processing with the prefrontal cortex but through plasticity mechanisms. You now do it so when you take on a challenge provided that you understand the core mechanics of how to you don't run push ups and pull ups and whatever else you decided to do once you set the number and the duration and all that then you all you have to do is just go but people get caught in that tide pool of just well. Do i really have to do it. How do i not do that. What if i get injured. What you know can sneak this and that's work and to some extent i look i. I did not david goggin obviously Nor nor do i claim to understand his process partially in But maybe a little bit. Which is that. It's clear that by making the decision. There's more resources to devote to the effort of the actual execution will. That's a really like what you're saying was not a lesson that was obvious to me is still not obvious. Something really worked at. Which is there is always an option to quit. And i mean that's something i really struggle with. I mean i've quit some things in my life chick stupid stuff and One lesson i've learned is if you quit once it opens the door that like it's really valuable to trick your brain into thinking that you you're gonna have to die before you quit like it's actually really convenient so actually you're saying is very profound but shouldn't intellectualize it like. It took me time to develop a psychologically in ways that. I think i would be another conversation. 'cause i'm not sure how to put it into words but it's really tough on me ought to do certain parts of that challenge. A huge is a huge output. The number that i was i thought it'd be the number would be hard but it's not. It's the entirety of it especially in the early days was just spending a kind of embarrassed to say how many hours is took so have. I didn't say publicly. How many hours People i knew people be like the don't you. Aren't you supposed to do other stuff. It's holly speculate to ensure but occasionally david has said this publicly where people will be like. Don't you sleep or something. And his process used to just be that he would just block delete gone. But it's it's actually It's it's super interesting topic. And because self control in directing our actions and the role of emotion in quitting is vital to the human experience in their vital to performing well at anything and high obviously at a super high level being able to understand this about the self is crucial So i have a friend who was also in the team's name is pat. Dossier did nine years in the seal teams And in a similar way. There's there's a lower about him among team guys Because of kind of funny challenge he gave himself which was so he. And i swim together although he swims further up front than i do. And he's very patient But he was on a he was assigned when he was in the teams to a position that give them a little more time behind a desk. Any wanted inasmuch time out out in deployments. Although he did deployments so he didn't know what to do at that time but he thought about it he asked himself what what does he hate the most and it turns out the thing that he hated doing the most to bare crawls working her hands and knees so he decided to bear crawl for a mile time. It was bear crawling a mile a day right and i thought that was an interesting example. They gave because like why pick the thing. You hate the most and it maps right back to limbic friction. It's the thing that creates the most limbic friction and so if you can overcome that then there's carryover of has talked about psychologically in the kind of in the self help space like okay run a marathon. It's going to help you and other areas of life but will it really will it. Will i think it depends on whether or not there's a lot of friction if there is what you're exercising is not a circuit for bear crawls or circuit for pull ups what you're doing is you're exercising a circuit for top down control and that circuit was not designed to be forbear crawls or pull ups or coding or waking up in the middle of the night to do something hard that circuit was designed override limbic friction and so neural circuits. Were designed to generalize right the stress response to an incoming threat that so physical threat was designed feel the same way and be the same response internally as the threat to impending exam or divorce or marriage whatever it is that stressing the somebody out and so neural. Circuits are not designed to be for one particular action purpose. So if you can as you did if you can train up top down. Control under conditions of the highest limbic. Friction that when the desire to quit is at its utmost Either because of fatigue or hyper arousal being too stressed or too tired. You're you're learning how to engage a circuit and that circuit is forever with you. And if you don't engage you. It sits there. But it's atrophied it's not it's like a plant that doesn't get any water and this has been discussed in self help and growth mindset and all these kinds of ideas that circle the internet and social media but when you start to think about how they map to neural circuits. I think there are some utility what it means. Is that the limbic friction that you'll experience in. I don't know maybe some future relationship to something or someone it will. it's a category of neuro processing. That should immediately click in the place. It's just like the limbic friction. You experienced trying to engage in the god knows how many push ups pull ups in and running runs. You were doing five thousand twist counting so folks. If if lex does this again more comments more life well probably would you were followers is. You're gonna get more. Actually i should say that's the benefit i know. Maybe it's not politically correct from there. Is this stereotype about russians being. You know like like like being really You know durable and and you know i started going to that russian bagna that way back before covid and They could tolerate a lot of heat. You know and they would sit very stoic. No one was going on. It's hot in here. They're just kind of like ease into it. So maybe there's something that might be something there but it could be also just personal. Just have some. I found myself if everyone's different. But i've found myself to be able to do something unpleasant for very long periods of time able to shut off the mind and i don't think there's been fully tested and mind or the supercomputer. Well it's interesting. I mean. I'm which mind is which mind tells you to quit exactly limbic. Limbic friction tells you what libya fiction is the source of that. Who are you talking exactly. So there's a We can put something very concrete to that. Serves a paper. Published in cell william super top tier journal Two years ago Looking at effort and this was in a visual environment of trying to swim forward toward a target and a reward. And it's a really cool experiment because they manipulated virtually the visual environment so The same amount of effort was being expended every time but sometimes the perception was you're making forward progress and sometimes the perception was making no progress because stuff was drifting by meant no progress seeking to be swimming in swimming in making progress and it turns out that with each bout of effort. There's a epinephrine and norepinephrine is being released in the brain stem and glee. A- these traditionally thought of a support sells for the neurons but they do a lot of things actively to are measuring the amount of epinephrine in europe and effort in that circuit and when exceeds a certain threshold the glee send. Inhibitory signals that shutdown. Top down control they literally. It's the quit you stop. There's no no more issue's quit enduring. It can be rescued. Endurance can be rescued with dopamine. A be so. That's where the subjective part really comes into play so you quit because you've learned how to turn that off or you've learned how to Will reward the pain process so much. That friction becomes the reward. And you know when you talk about people like dogan's and other people. I know from special operations and people have gone through cancer treatments three times. You hear about just when you hear about people. The viktor frankl stories. I mean you hear about nelson mandela stories. I'm sure the same processes involved again. This speaks to the generalize ability of these processes as opposed to neural circuit for particular action or cognitive function. So i think you have to learn to subjectively self reward in a way that replenishes you goggin talks about eating souls dramatic example in his mind. Apparently that's a form of reward but it's not just a former reward where you're like a you're picking up a a trophy or something. It's it's actually a gives heat energy. It's a reward that gives more neural energy. And i'm defining that as more dopamine impressed noradrenaline and adrenaline circuits in the brain stem to alternate maps that he creates enemies. He's always fighting enemies. I never i think i have enemies. But they're usually just versions of me inside my head So i've thought about through that thirty day challenge. I tried to come up with a fake enemies. It wasn't working. It was the only enemy at came up with his david. We'll now you have certainly have a a a form adversary in this one. I don't care. I'm david i'm willing to die on this one. Let's go there But i really well. Let's hope you both Both survived this Swollen by my problem is the physical. There's so everything we've been talking about been the mind. There's a physical aspect practically difficult. Which is like i can't like you know when you injure yourself at a certain point like you just can't function where you're doing more damage yet. Talking about it is taking yourself out of running for her yet For the potentially were like you know or For years so you know. I'd love to avoid that right. There's just like stupid physical stuff they just want to avoid. He wanted to keep a pure aline. The mental a and if it's purely in the mental that's when the races interesting but yeah the the the problem with the physical challenges as as david has experienced. I mean has a toll on your body. I tend to think of the mind is limitless in the body's kind of quite limited. Will i think the key is to dynamically control your output and that can be done by reducing effort which doesn't work for throughout but also by restoring through these subjective reward processes and and we don't want to go down the rabbit hole of why this all works but these are ancient pathways that were designed to bring resources to animal or to a person through foraging for hunting or mates or water all these things and they work so well because they're down in those circuits where no zeros in ones. And that's great because it can be subjective at the level of oh i reached this one milestone this one horizon this one three meter target. But if you don't reward you it's just effort if you do sell for awarded its effort minus one in terms of the adrenaline output. I have to ask you about this. You're one of the great communicators in science. Have really big fangio's enjoying in terms of like the educational stuff you putting on your science. What's the Do you have a philosophy behind. there's just An instinct online stoppable force. Like what's your thinking because it's rare and it's exciting. I'm i'm excited. That you know Somebody from stanford so i. I'm in multiple places in the sense of like where my interest lie in one in politically speaking academic institutions are under fire You know for many reasons. We don't need to get into. We get into into no other places. But i believe in In places like stanford and places like mit as One of the most magical institutions for inspiring people to dream people to build the future. I mean it's i believe it is really special. These universities really special places and so's always exciting to me when Somebody very inspiring his. You represent those places. So it makes me proud that somebody from stanford is like somebody like you as representing stanford so. Maybe you could speak to. What's how did you come to be who you are in and being a communicator First of all thanks. For the kind words. Especially coming from you i i think stanford is an amazing place as mit. And it's such a mit's better by. I'll let it out anything you say. Many friends at mit smarter friends. Ed boyden is is is is Best among the best in class. And there's some people have not me that can hold hold a candle to manatt many maybe one or two. Let's see the benefit of being a place like mit or stanford When you look around and you know the the average is very high right the you have many best in class among the you know one or two or three best in the world at what they do and Two wonderful privilege to be there and a one thing that i think also makes them and other universities like them very special is that there's an emphasis on what gets exported out of the what you know not keeping it ivory tower and really trying to keep an eye on what's needed in the world and trying to do something useful And i think the proximity to industry in silicon valley and in the boston area in cambridge also lends itself well to that and there are other institutions of to of course so The reason i got involved in education social media was actually because of a a pat dossier the bear mile bear call guy. I was at the turn of two thousand eighteen to twenty nineteen a. We'd formed a good friendship and we were. He talked me into doing these early morning. cold water swims. I was learning a lot about pain and suffering but also the beauty of cold water swims and and we were talking. One morning he said. What are you going to do to serve the world in twenty nineteen like. That's the way that like a texan former seal talks. Clearly you going do serve the world between nineteen like well. I run my lab is not what are you gonna do. That's new and he wasn't forceful in above. It's interesting question. I said well Find my way. I would just teach people about the brain. Amazing he goes. We'll do it all right Shading on it as we did it you know. And so i started putting out these posts and it's grown into to include a variety of things. But you asked about a governing philosophy. So i want to increase interest in the brain and in the nervous system and in biology generally. That's one major goal. I'd like to increase scientific literacy which can't be rammed down people's throats talking about how to look at a graph and statistics and z scores in values and genetics. It has to be done gradually in my opinion I want to put valuable tools into the world mainly tools that map to things that we're doing in our lab so these will be tools centered around how to understand indirect direct one state of mind and body so reduce stress raise one stress threshold. So it's not always just about being calm. Sometimes it's about learning how to tolerate not being not com Raise awareness for mental health. There's a ton of micro missions in this but it all really maps back to you know like the eight and ten year old version of me. Which is i used to spend my weekends. When i was a kid reading about weird animals. And i this obsession with medieval weapons and stuff like catapults and and then. I used to come into school on monday. And i would ask if i could talk about it to the class and teach and i just ate really i promise and some people might not believe me but it's really. I don't really like being the point of focus. I just get so excited about these gems of that. I find in the world in books and in experiments and in discussions with colleagues in discussions with people like you and and around the universe. An it Compulsively i gotta tell people about it. So i try and package it into a form that people can access. I think i've i think the reception has been really wonderful. Stanford has been very supportive Thankfully I've done some podcasts. Even with them and they've re posted some stuff on social media. It's a precarious place to put yourself out there. As a research academic. I think some of my colleagues both locally and elsewhere probably wonder if i'm still serious about research which i absolutely am and i also acknowledged that You know their research and the research coming out of the field needs to be talked about and not all scientists are good at translating into a language that can access. And i don't like the phrase dumbing down. What i like to do is take a concept that i think people will find interesting and useful and offer it. Sorta like a. You would offer food to somebody visiting your home. You're not gonna cram frog raw in their face. You're gonna say like do you want a cracker like a nicer. Yeah and like you want something on that cracker like do you like cheese like yeah like you want swiss cheese or you want that really like stinky like french. I don't like cheese much but Or do you want like what's that like. So you're the best information prompts more questions of interest not questions of confusion but questions of interest and so i feel like one door opens another door. Opens another door opens and pretty soon The image in my mind. Is you create a bunch of neuroscientists who are thinking about themselves. Scientifically and i don't begin to think that i have all the answers at all I cast neuroscience sometimes a little bit of a psychology lens on to what i think are interesting topics and i You know someday. I'm gonna go into the ground or the ocean or wherever it is i end up and I'm very comfortable with the fact that not. Everyone is going to be happy. With how i deliver the information but i would hope that people would feel It was useful and meaningful and got them to think a little bit harder since you mentioned going into the ground and Viktor frankl managers for meeting. I've read a. I read that book Quite often what Me ask the the big ridiculous question about life What do you think is the the meaning of it all Like a maybe. Why do you do you mention that book from a psychologist perspective. Which viktor frankl was. Do you think about the the bigger philosophical questions raises about meaning what's And the meaning of it all one of the great challenges in assigning a good giving a good answer to the question of what's the meaning of life is I think illustrated. Best buy the viktor frankl example though there are other examples too. Which is that. Our sense of meaning is very elastic. In time and space. And i'm i'm we talked a little bit about this earlier but it's amazing to me that somebody locked in a cell or a concentration camp can bring the horizon in close enough that they can then micro slice their environment so that they can find rewards and meaning and power and a beauty even in a little square box or or a horrible situation. And i think this is really speaks to one of the most important features of the human mind. Which is we could do. Let's take two opposite extremes. Let's say the alarm went off right now in this building and the building starts shaking our vision our hearing everything would be tuned to this space time bubble for those moments and everything that we were processed all that would matter the only meaning would be get outta here safe figure out what's going on contact loved ones etc. If we were to sit back totally relaxed we could do the you know. I think it's called pale. Blue dot thing or whatever where we could imagine ourselves in this room and then they were in the united states in this continent in the earth and then spearing down and all of a sudden you get back it can seem so big that all of a sudden it's meaningless right as just one brief glimmer in all of time in all of space you go to. I don't matter and if you go to every little thing that happens in this text threat or this comment section on youtube or instagram. Your space time bubble is tiny then. Everything seems inflated and the brain will contract and dilate space time a vision and time but also sense of meaning and that's beautiful and it's what allows us to be so dynamic in different environments and we can pull from the past and the president of future it's why examples like nelson mandela and viktor frankl had to include. It makes sense that it wasn't just about grinding it out. They had to find those dopamine rewards even in those little boxes. They were forced into so. I'm not trying to dodge an answer but for me. Personally i think about this a lot. Because i have this complicated history. In science where my undergraduate graduate advisor in postdoctoral visor all died young so You know and they were wonderful people and had immense importance in my life. But what i realized is that because we can get so fixated on the thing that we're experiencing holding tremendous meaning but it only holds that meaning for as long as we're in that space time regime and this is important because what really gives meaning is the understanding that you can move between these different space time dimensionality and i'm not trying to sound like a theoretical physicists. Or anyone that thinks about the cosmo's in saying that it's really the fact that sometimes we say do in think things and it feels so important and then two days later like what what happened. Well you had a different brain processing algorithm entirely you were in a completely different state. And so what. I wanna do in this lifetime as i want to. I want to engage in as many different levels of contraction and dilation of meaning as possible. I want to go to the micro is sometimes think about this. I'm like if i just pulled over the side of the road. I bet you. There's an ant hill. There and the whole world is fascinating. You can't stay there and you also stay staring up at the clouds and just think about how we're just these little beings and it doesn't matter the key is the journey back and forth up and down that staircase fourth and back and forth in my goal is to get as many trips up and down that spirit staircases. I can before the reaper comes for me. A beautiful the. So the the the dance. Dilation contraction in between the different Zoom zoom out and get as many steps in on that staircase. That's that's my goal anyway. And i've watched people die. Watch my post doc. Adviser die wither away my graduate. It was tragic but they found beauty in these closing moments. Because they're bubble was their kids in one case or like one of them was a giants fan and like got to see giants game. You know in her last moments and like and you just realize like it's giant's game but not in that moment because time is closing and so those time bins feel huge because she's slicing things so differently so i think Learning how to do that better. And more fluidly recognizing where one is not getting to tact the idea that there's one correct answer like that's what brings meaning. That's my goal. anyway. I don't think there's a better way to end it. Andrew appreciate the you would come down and contract your space time and focus on this conversation for few hours as a huge honor. A huge fan yours is i told you. I hope you keep going and educating the world about the the human mind thanks for talking to thank you. I really appreciate the invitation to be here and people might think i'm saying it just because i'm here but i'm a huge fan. I send your podcasts to my colleagues people. And i think what you're doing is is just amazing. It's important and so thank you. 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"Who npr from news. Eddie eight seven in houston. I'm gabe lauder. Officials say hospital demand for blood. Donations in southeast. Texas is higher this year to subpoena with gulf coast. Regional blood center says data because of a backlog of elective procedures after a temporary statewide ban. Earlier this year a lot of other elective surgeries used blood. And so we're trying to maintain that surgery surge and the normal of and flows of blood products that are needed for every other day medical issues. Pena says they've struggled to get a steady stream of blood donations during the pandemic. That's because many other typical blood drawn locations or limiting occupancy several cruise companies have just announced her canceling trips into next spring and that includes cruises from galveston's port floor and martin says a texas economy is losing hundreds of millions of dollars in cruise business during the pandemic just last year. The cruise industry saw some robust growth a new analysis but the trade group cruise lines international association shows in two thousand nineteen. One point. Three million texans went on cruises pumping one point six billion dollars into the economy and also says to cruise industry help create nearly twenty seven thousand jobs in texas. This year looks very different. With cruises suspended for most of twenty twenty the association estimates a loss of nearly nine hundred million dollars for the texas economy in more than eighteen thousand jobs. Nationwide the crew. Suspensions have resulted in more than thirty two billion dollars in economic activity. Loss and two hundred fifty. Four thousand lost jobs according to the analysis. I'm fluorine martin in houston some more on the corona virus in greater houston. You can go to our website. Houston public media dot. Org mostly clear skies tonight overnight. Low should go down to about forty one degrees slight chance of rain tomorrow. Partly cloudy skies with a high near fifty five degrees. I'm guilty lauder. New eddie eight seven this act of discovery this active exploration. It changes us. There's heaven on earth that just happens to be in the ocean. I'm chris tippett. Join me for on being a spacious dialogue about the big questions of meaning with scientists and theologians artists.

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Build Your Spiritual Immunity  Shaman Durek : 633

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Build Your Spiritual Immunity Shaman Durek : 633

"Remember when we come into this world our rules and our ideas that we've obtained come from our family are guardians and their morality he's and their ideas of what they think is right and wrong is very different from someone else's family so it's all made up information that has come from their ancestry if they're it stays the same these are clinically proven strains for leaky gut specifically with nine other ongoing human clinical trials these are human trials not mouse you take one capsule Emma's Manitou Cave it's now a popular tourist destination and we just figured out how to tell the these writings describe religious ceremonies and beliefs Slash Dave Enter Code Dave Twenty and you can save a lot of money and have a gut that works better hey there would you like to join me on a little mission good messages were just revealed in newly translated Cherokee cave writings the Cherokee people in the southeast United States left these written but it actually manufacturers nutrients inside your gut that you actually could have taken as supplements just by offering you twenty percent off site-wide because into a state of lack property in scarcity and until someone in the family stands up and says hey I'm willing to look outside that narrative and to create something different demonstrated a lot of effects on the gut and connection to the immune system and brain I was blown away by the science behind just drive and it takes a lot to get my attention like that bulletproof radio is awesome at least they think it is I think it is I think just thrive is awesome so go to just thrive health dot com slash dave that's just thrive health dot com being written symbols for eighty-five syllables enough sounds to replicate the Cherokees spoken language and this language was developed by a Cherokee Mushroom dream checkout life cycle com and make America dream again dot Com for a special twenty percents discount when you use the asprey twenty code that's L I F E batic is one hundred percent spore form DNA verified and tested as a probiotic it's been the subject of groundbreaking clinical trials and it has taking pack to your life we're talking really high quality and Australian standards with lion's Mane Reshi should talk easy quarter steps and Turkey tail liquid mushroom extra ounce on cave walls of their secretive rituals up until about the eighteen thirties and we just recently figured out how to translate some of those messages that were written in Arabic I'd love it if you would it's called make America dream again how are we going to do this. It's pretty easy all you WanNa do is add the life cycle dot com bio tracks this bioavailable full spectrum pack has it all called the ultimate dreamers pack comes with instructions on how I actually use these things for best results welcome to the news okay after meal or as directed they can open sprinkled on food it's great for kids you don't after refrigerated and you can even bake it up to four hundred and fifty five degrees and the stuff will survive because down to his children and then to the next generation next generation on top of that shamanism we call it a family ancestral curse because he's an he's cursed the family Cya K. E. L. Dot Com let's do this fellow dreamers of the day is that the high performance you're listening to radio with Dave asprey imagine a probiotic that does what it's supposed to do just thrive scholar who did it right before the tribe was banished down the trail of tears which is a series of forced relocations of native Americans to the West and no one it's hardcore just thrive product also produces meaningful levels of Keratin noises an N. accidents like Alpha and Beta carotene lycopene and looting so you're getting a probiotic lost knowledge did humans figure out over the years and what's the meaning of it and yes because I'm a master of really subtle foreshadowing we might Turkey ancestors or other supernatural beings the scriptures written backwards likely because it was supposed to be read by residents of what the Turkey considered to be a spirit world reachable only via recognize these inscriptions until about two thousand six they're written in charcoal in archaeologists have been working on those and some of them are religious messages Manitou cave that's pretty amazing we now have religious lower that was lost going back hundreds of years you have to wonder what other talking about some cool stuff on the show today that goes beyond just maddock Andrea but might even include it if you're hearing some background noise on the show Eh that's because we're recording live at the human optimization summit in London and my guest today is the doctors you've had this amazing run up recently in visibility but most of the time people sort of don't look at Shamans as TV a friend a guy who's been on radio show today and a sixth generation Shaman a human rights activist thought leader a internationally renowned spirits through their Cuban culture and do all these different cultures and so forth and even ancient even Buddhism which came from ancient bone which came from ancient have made shamanism much more accessible through knowledge and information that relates to what's happening on the planet right now as it pertains to human the mentor and Leader in women's empowerment who uses ancient spiritual wisdom and just decades of study and practice guy named Sean celebrities and things like that so what what happened to make you suddenly a household name you know I think what has happened is that using a platform of connect connection that people used to be able to get a message across to people so that they can recognize their leadership alip men and I think that a lot of people when they think of Shamans they think of plant medicines they think of you know tribal feathers and being in the indigenous tribes and a lot of people associate shamanism also with like Peru or Mexico or you know the Andes and things of this nature but Dan or the dirt or if I write it on a mirror or whatever it may be whatever I'm invoking I write backwards right my name backwards I write the whole thing backwards then passed down and passed out and then went through all the different countries and you know different places and it started spreading all into the Latin Culture Shimon acknowledged that traversed across the continent so yeah you can trace lineage going back to Africa very very dramatically throughout the world it's cool yeah and what you're saying to me whenever I like do anything where I want the spirits to re- to see something I write it backwards if it's on a parchment or if I write it on the really cool what you're talking about as far as the the readings that they found on the walls right riding backwards so that's technique we learn in doc we were just talking before we started recording the show about how android for slow people kind of stuff it's just a tool to help people but in terms of making me feel like I'm a big dealer somehow more important or happier it it doesn't make your autism was derivative from Africa from a woman and no out and we know her name no her name and it was I look at it the same way when I was twenty three I was in entrepreneur magazine in about eighty publications as this kid just sold the first thing over the Internet then I think the reason literally because of like you know because a lot of people will say to me you know how do you feel going on all these TV shows and being in the media and being you know this this this worldly Shaman who's being talked about in all these countries worldwide and what I always say to myself is it's not that it's not about that for me it's about US utilize communism when we want to communicate to the spirit world we write backwards and so when you said that that's so cool because that exists also in an African Shaman really yes uh-huh and Derek Shulman Dirk welcome to the show thank you Dave I just found out that that press calling you the Shaman of our times you've been on is that way when you take like a cellphone instagram there was a backwards because we were talking to the spirit world know about that you're using an iphone and I've got an android you know us up obviously you just mentioned you're feeling that you have if I remember right don't you have some Norwegian heritage yes from our last interview right so I mean look at I'm everywhere else while I'm bringing my loving service into this world a lot of dark energy for lack of a better term comes at you when you're you win win I'll be happy and it did nothing from happy actually didn't change my life when bits I realized there's no upside to that and being relatively well known for Bulletproof in Bill Prof Radio and all that mother my grandfather bomb and my grandfather his mother and then his mother before yeah we're Norwegian Moslo from Oslo Wow so you have this I wanted to six break out I had six like literally breakdowns with lead me to a breakthrough buddy was like the most painful anxiety stress like I was like and we don't even know what the Internet is the first ECOMMERCE product but it it got to be a little bit weird because I thought Oh if I'm quite famous dating Royal Family that's gotTa take you for for Spin what do you do in order to to keep the you know obviously no one has been successful keeping the also of a of a shamanic lineage sort of the the Nordic style Viking yeah okay wow so it's fantastic you're connecting with that side of your family and all the sudden we're gonNA come on that but this is one of the great debates of Shamans in our time is what type of android phone yeah but I think and I you know because it's new to me I had to develop a new way a new strategy of really insulating myself from all the craziness that's coming down shaking I was waking up in panic attacks I was like looking for my bulletproof coffee looking for like I literally called my assistant in l. a. and I was like you've gotta get me by so what's your deal with the royal family so big deal I forgot only yeah so I'm dating the princess of Norway and Rosiere Bay but just in terms of all the negative vibes that get sent your way because you know who do you think you are kind of stuff that we all get what what's your do you wake up in the morning you become more visible like that it feels at least to me like like there's just all sorts of weird stuff a lot of people just sort of sending in Vienna the things you would they've learned that yeah the only thing close to that I've experienced I interviewed Maria Shriver and then she interviewed me on her show and and happier it means that people stop you in airports though and it causes a lot more stress yeah it really does put for tool as well as for me I didn't I didn't realize that you're looking at that way but that's so beautiful to do it yeah you have to kind of create a buffer because even when my relationship now being with the royal family like Papa Rossi everywhere we haven't some people listening probably don't know about the Maria Shriver and her family as close to American royalties you can get your from the Kennedy family and one version had just started dating a this kind of crazy stuff but you have a royal family who has ten generations of this in in their training sitting down and telling you what to do yeah Oh my God that's legit like an want worldwide and I was getting messages from friends in Japan and Mexico and everyone's going to guide your all the newspaper did it out it wasn't so much I I I thought okay I can handle this but lot of hate mail was I get every morning like hundreds of hate mail every morning and that taught me the state of the world because like at first it bothered me and then I was like that you wouldn't really peg you as a typical Norwegian no my father is gone he got inside it's much more strident your grandmother was your grandmother and so ever since we made our relationship public it's been like camera people in our face newspeople interface there was airport embargoed and it's yeah and I think I think the aspect of it was and I made mistakes I'll be honest I made mistakes and there's time where they brought me back in and they're like you can't say this you can't do this you can't talk about this could you gotta get me some bulletproof you've got to give me I need things that stable I wanted to resilience and energy yeah I needed I needed to have that that energy to handle that intensity go who do I spend my time with why am I spending time with them and if I'm going to an event why am I supporting this event what am I doing it for and then what it also did was and so it took me a while and I remember being sitting down with the royal family and I remember my girlfriend's father the king he said to me get ready for the crash course in the heck they believe it is and so doctors started coming at me so I had like a slew of doctors like going to everything I've ever said and trying to debunk everything is life and he's like it's GonNa be really intense and he's like and it's going to hurt is which you're going to get through it you know and they were the family was very great guidance so people started freaking out about like there's a shaman in the palace so they started calling me Rasputin and like basically saying I'm gonNA take down the monarchy with black magic or whatever rolled that that needs to come out on so that was very interesting and then the other narrative came out was oh and not only with the princess and with the Royal Family and he's a shaman the band with the police whatever but it was it was just a non issue for her but for for someone who hasn't experienced before you've heard it was like Oh my God I'm ungrounded I don't feel safe speaking people and and really wanting people to get more educated about what's happening because people think the book the Shaimaa the spirit hacking is just about Chamonix tools it's literally about what's happening yeah well this is what the world this is what this is what needs to be unlike up lifted up and brought out to be seeing so can be healed like these are the wounds of the so it was racial from from one side and then you had the Melania the black community going Oh and how could you sell out to someone who has at least half your brain in a reality that most people don't live in but how much of the the royal experience made it into the boker these are happening simultaneously I need to bother me because I know who I am so let me move past that and then let me just look at what people are actually saying and then they kept coming up was people wanted to hang me or got me ad then it was the religious group so it was like I think it was five thousand people marched to get like people who stood up against me because we were supposed to be speaking in this church me and my girl in this plane of awareness and watching how we're adopting as human beings what are some of the things that are actually affecting us from not saying run and they didn't want us in the church because they said we serve the devil that's great publicity man I mean it's been interesting it's been quite a ride while I'm doing the book in like going out there and national thing because you're like you're an experienced that before and it was so cool because Maria was like oh here's what to do and she knew the playbook and just was like oh it's comments normal like none of it made it in the book but what did go into the book was just the experiences that I've had while navigating and staying in that spirit realm while navigating our our gifts and our awareness of being able to really become a high performance human being and like what's getting in the way else and they need a big old shake it up to wake it up and that's what's happening right now globally it's not easy it happens in like one continent or one state or one place now it's happening time right now which I call the blackout which is which is a very definitive time that happens a lot on our planets it's when the species go so far off the rail talking about the same narrative which to me is is just kind of boring it's this okay Palo Santo sticks drumming plant medicine how am I and bad spirits at the people who I can come on give me give me the chicks man well actually I'll be honest with you when it first when it first one they'll take pictures of me when I come out and they're like it's a little crazy but what I've what it did do for me is it helped me pay more attention to where I when I do my energy where my family from the Embu and from the Kumi and from my Yoruba Heritage to understanding how to facilitate that it's a profound and interesting book saying hey here's what I'm doing as a shaman in a very accessible open way and talk about what's going on in the world from the how could you be with the white devil and it was just and it was just very me and me and my girlfriend would just sit there and we'll just be like wow my grandmother is you know in the world today I was GonNa ask you that how much of this made it into spirit hacking so I I wrote the foreword for Spirit Hacking and this is your new book one of the reasons having on the show again but it's you have to close the bathroom windows before you keep the bathroom windows close I closed the curtains in my house because they have these big lenses yeah you know they they catch me are they'll be outside my door going back to one is about thirty I've I'm a computer science guy said artificial intelligence come from a family of engineers who think pretty much anything very very well known Hollywood guy people who are into that stuff no I'm talking about and her causes like there's up Paparazzi blocking driveway what do I do and you isn't it or like Lynch me or it was like you don't belong with our area drin- racial racial stop Godman but from both sides medicine journey was great and that's wonderful and all but no one really talks about the truth of Shamanic wisdom and philosophy that has been passed down through my lineage passes this information down to his children and then to the next generation the next generation on top of that and Shamanism we call it a family of ancestral curse because he's global level and so how do we up level ourselves and that's what this book is about and so live I you know when I was writing it I was like do I see so many Chamonix now realm is is for crazy people and I'm like okay however I just did some whole job breathing here today's modern culture so you definitely go deep in the book on on the thinking behind Chamonix stuff and I I had to come to grips with this you away of thinking based on their family upbringing remember when we come into this world our rules and our ideas that we've obtained come from our family are guardians I'm seeing some crazy stuff here and of course my thought was there's something wrong with me and I just realized wait a minute when you talk to a Shaman from your heritage and you can talk to him Alex and you both know the places you go and then you look at the writings from Hinduism or Buddhism or ancient Chinese medicine and you're all were coming up to you online so let me give you my understanding resonate resonate and basically means your attention or your energy has been focused upon therefore you want to reject great great grandfather had a really bad situation with money for instance he then creates the idea in himself and then passes this information a of that what what are the things that it's pulling us what's pulling our attention and then giving people simple tools to be able to spirit hack themselves back into a space where they can navigate what's he giggles 'cause I always tell people if you're saying you don't resonate with that that's because that is what you need to be resonating on a second here do resonate with the racist and they're moralities and their ideas of what they think is right and wrong is very different from someone else's family so it's all made up information that is to create something different it stays the same and so what I feel is the reason why people aren't seeing these things is because they want to be comfortable with the information that they have working in the same states they're just stuff that most people don't see most of the time why don't we see that well I feel like a lot of people don't see that because they're programmed into verse into the places that are most uncomfortable I hear a lot of times in the very spiritual community people say oh I don't resonate with that and I and I laughed so hard all the time Mike in their ancestry if they're great great grandfather had a really bad situation with money for instance he then creates the idea in himself and then to bring some level of balance or understanding to what you're seeing or there's something that needs healing and that's why you're actually seeing it so we as human beings have been taught that anything that's uncommon another shaman from Alberto Vio from Peru right and you guys compare notes those notes having awfully crazy amount of common stronger so you actually build what we call spiritual immunity spiritual immunity just like you're talking about the body and its own immune system you have a spiritual amuses you have an energy double we go the other way whereas shamanism it's everything that's uncomfortable you go towards it so I call it lean into your versions right and that's what makes you actually have but I think a true the human being who wants to become more powerful and more superhuman and you talk about in your book they have to be willing to he's cursed the family into a state of lack property in scarcity and until someone in the family stands up and says hey I'm willing to look outside that narrative Eh so if your attention and energy has been focused upon it there's a part of your being that is drawing your attention to it because either one you have the knowledge or the capability system in your body that literally learns by how you operate in your life energy patterns responses frequencies how you speak your word as you choose to use there have coding everything is building that immune system are tearing down that immune system so when I say I don't resonate with those people who are doing this the harm your company that's when you actually have to go and you have to set an example of integrity and responsibility which basically means responsibility means ability we look at everything from the Nuclei we look at the Nuclei of the soul the soul of the nuclear that means that you are in the center of the command post of creating off Al for people to be able to understand how to navigate both the spirit world and the physical world and to bring the invisible into the tangible and a very easy and effective way how you're I that information doesn't belong to me it belongs to the universal consciousness I'm just a vessel that it's coming through so I never look at anything being stolen from someone who punching you in the face or stealing your stuff or whatever else so there's times when you you know I'm going to stop that right because it's not right how do you draw the line between all right you got it and it is absolutely true that if you spend your time hating someone it makes them stronger it really does do that so that's that it's harder mean there's a consciousness of defending yourself from the perspective of self preservation what okay so I'm about to publish showman DUREX guide to this show with love for yourself and take action with your lawyers or whatever it is to be able to stop that person that was the first thing you were talking about so chamonix there is a common sense value the last couple buttering coffee I'm very pleased about that because it's better than milk and coffee right like that's a good thing it's a movement towards up leveling but it's one thing if another are these different situations that they place in your life so the understanding is why for instance like I'll use my sense of my own knowledge I get all this knowledge and I have all this knowledge and I can us and people deal with this stuff at work all the time and you know people who either misuse your name or harming your reputation or taking your intellectual property May I always look at it is like if someone feels like they wanna copy something or do something that's their choice but now let's say for instance someone is like a battering me or whatever well ah you're saying if you resonate with it it just pass through without affecting you right if you resonate with it so it's not triggering and it's not attractive so you're neutral to it you of being able to navigate whatever the situation is and also what we do Shamans is not just look at it from the physical we also look at it from the internal if I'm the creator of all porn enjoyment and we could use your name on it even though I'm not if I was to do that I could do that on Amazon and they would take money for it right so it's an a thought or feeling inside of you that people want to take from you or the idea that people will take from you because of the information you have experiences and everything that's triggering affecting me are causing some harm to me is some aspect inside of me that I am creating so you could actually be creating nothing to do with her I go right into myself and go what is my trigger what upset me where does it come from why am I putting power there why am I running apologized to her for snapping because I realized it has nothing to do with her so the perfect example is I had a friend for instance when I first started press started coming towards my book all the time I've kept shut him down so how'd you had you had it with someone stealing from you or physically threatening you what's the shamanic perspective on that so I think we all enjoy that because well first of all those are two different things you're saying so let's go with the first one you said which was someone copying your book and putting you into a situation that this narrative where's my ego supporting this narrative do I want to ask my ego to dismantle from that narrative and choose to support a narrative that supports me not having that trigger anymore and then so you would do that inner work at the same time that you have your attorney pummeling them absolutely okay so is that one foot in this dramatic world one foot in looking outside at obstacles and looking at things as if they're happening to us and like even in relationships like my relationship with my girlfriend people always and says I'm Dave Aspirin Dave asprey right and then they copy my blog posts and use it for financial gain in a way that harms my brand. Well how do you deal with like Chamo- time I'm not resonating with or resonating with it as passing through me but you're actually dealing with someone who's St like somebody would say copy your book and published under your name people do like you're selling out so she said this to me I was hurt I got a little upset by it but I want to my room I sat in meditation and one inside you guys never argue like crazy because when I say something to her that's insulting or if I snap at her immediately if I know I'm upset I know it family roots to who you are and she's coming in and showing you the reflection of what you already feel so change your feeling and watch what happens so I changed my feeling two days later resonance or something like that that's a specific example but you must be getting some of those people are you know they're they're doing a deep fake video of you or they're saying you said this and you didn't say this what what's the takeaway then the universe will then your ego of course because we shamanism we don't see the ego the same way other people see the ego we see the ego as what we call the great paperweight or the the Western world wherever you want to call it and so you're able to execute on both at the same time and a traditional person raised in the West is like I just called my attorney and then I got pissed off occur so the ego does is the egos whatever you believe I'm going to support that narrative and then draw all the characters and people in your life to run that narrative for you so you can be right uh-huh world it's like that's like the monster like why would you do that you should still let people come to you and find you through their own resources not because they read about you in a magazine so the outward projection or the screen which we project upon which is the world and people and all these things actually changed as well and it it may sound weird people listening in died yells at me there's war there what kind of Sun have I raised I don't care if you're the Shaman I don't care what the spirits told you you could end up in a bomb there's like they're blowing the buses are doing this like he laid out every single possibility of damage that could happen to me Sharinow I go to Israel call my dad on the phone a week later I'm good here I can't wait to see all the beautiful things here learn about the culture learn the language learn the people call my dad a week later he's like oh I'm so happier there this is going to be so good you're gonNA learn I see the same friend she goes you know what I was thinking about what I said to you and I was wrong and I'm sorry and I realized that you having you be out there in the magazine in how how is it that your internal dialogue Simon Dialogue but the internal energy towards something would change the reality outside of you and I twenty years and magically the next day they get a text message out of the blue from a I can't explain it other than what you're saying there's some sort of an energetic thing it changes hey we want to write about you whatever she said to me I can't believe that you would sell out you are a real shawmut and you would actually put yourself in a magazine or anything that's in the meeting they wouldn't look at why am I pissed off what's going on there so then they would feel more emotional work through it well that's the whole thing is that we keep as society of people this in a spirit hacker and you talk about shamanic awareness and you teach about it in a very very accessible way but you also talk about some other stuff fires- crying basically is most human beings in their life their brain is an optimized in a way that allows them to access all have experienced this dozens and dozens of times in my own work at forty years of Zen these advanced forgiveness states and even with clients they're there are people infected not even remarkable at this point where someone does if forgives us in deep energetic healing on an old friend or a family member I haven't talked to in to help people get your message so I think this is the best place for you to be now same thing happened when I went to Israel in the middle of a war nineties early nineties like that where we're we're actually there's you're going to protect yourself physically but it I'm I'm asking this because a lot of the health influencers I've friends with we're all dealing with this that's basically their agenda that they have set for the day so there will is not really strong most human beings walk around with wills they think they have really strong with a call but in that week I did all this internal love on myself I went in and I was like what is my issue about being here I'm fine here nothing can sway me nothing St- moves him out of his of his ranger focus and so what fires crying does is it basically teaches you how is it okay why was I triggered and where do I believe this in myself and immediately I heard you have this feeling about yourself that you're selling out to your direct your attention on one thought one thing for a period of time so I have a student who's just actually called me a couple of days ago and said I'm up to an hour now of complete focus and I I really do believe that the world around you changes based on that but it's not based on a thought it's based on on a feeling or an energy or an imprint and you go into someone detail under a brook with a stream with sounds of birds in the ocean towns I take them to the most distracting noisy uncomfortable most discordant place that all of the things that are going on behind the scenes they don't see the peripheral vision of reality they're only looking at what's drawing their attention what's causing them to react emotionally and moms are going off in Israel I wake up I get this message from spirit my ass is like you need to be in Israel right now you need to be there to help the people tell my dad I'm going to Israel but you're creating what is called aggressive markers and those aggressive markers create inflammation in the body because your body then begins constantly under attack and you just don't understand thing happening to them and all of a sudden they're emotionally upset and they're going through all of these things and they can't stay focused and they don't know what's going on or they get fog brain all these little different things happen and stay there how can you sustain your meditation for one hour without being affected by anything that's happening that you actually absorb into every flux of frequency that's like fire skying can you tell me what the heck that is and what's the what's the role of virus crying for people who aren't actually shamans yet so would find him upset them and teach them how to meditate like I used to take people to rock concerts and teach them how to meditate while people are like listening to rock music and in their body dope them up on every type of chemical you can imagine and keep them so brain dead so that whatever they throw some crazy dramatic thing at you view and you stare at the flame of the fire without diverting your attention to anything else and that's a really powerful technique I I did this years ago with y you're constantly tired while you're constantly on edge and all these things so fire scarring is teaching your will to be so strong and so perfectly in line oh you have four levels of your physical emotional mental and spiritual body of your mental spiritual emotional body are having post traumatic stress disorder you may not realize it in this system that is built by creating division wants people to be reactive wants people to constantly be blitzed out sugared out put poisons the people you're GonNa Learn about the language you're going to all these things as who are you because you want the person who was cursing me out on their own the other day it's because I changed the internal narrative unwanted thought without having other thoughts come in that's a powerful tool when you want to manifest something when you want to have the direct focus on something when you WanNa be so precision uh square waves instead of the round waves and that it is not a peaceful meditation in the same way so I would say make a real fire it seems useful but don't fall asleep when you're meditating based on an idea or thought or of some form of intellect that with other have you distracted by the world that's around you such as you have kids of your family of your ah fire scarring shamanic technique one of the trainings I teach a lot of my since like I have this kid right now he's like ten years old he's been training in for three years and he noise you have a fire engine truck if you have this happening that thing happening are crowded room so a lot of times new shamanism a lot of our training if I teach people how to meditate I don't teach them how to right I really do believe there's something something special about fire and it's a traditional thing and I've done full moon fire ceremonies of a fire pit at my house and all that stuff being we don't kill butterflies with this kind of light although I think they do because they disrupt their their navigation but whatever at least not burning the candle so that they would do that but yeah and when you have a digitally blinking light blinks a little brighter brings a little dimmer I think there's something in the brain that detects the little square so what do is sit down meditation it's usually me listening to all the thoughts that are going through and then talking to them so without yes so I thought comes through and you're in shock and you're having what I call post traumatic stress disorder in your spiritual emotional and mental body not just in your physical body it exists on all levels of your body Crisci is about it's about teaching you have strong willed because if you don't have a strong will then the system can throw anything at you and that's what the system does this matrix that we live in the fires crying and he says I am so good now in school because my focus of my will is so strong nothing can move me nothing can distract island meditation one it's boring to me and secondly I my whole focus is to understand myself not to disconnect from myself commit to whatever it is you're directing attention to that nothing can sway you and nothing can affect you why is it called fire scratching specifically because you actually stick fire in front there is an analog signal on fire it it's got warmth and radiance in it flickers a re not in a rhythmic but in a sinuous natural way the group that teaches how to travel out of your body and stuff like that you sit there and you stare at a candle and it does something different question does it work with an led Kendall roles but then when they're met with something that's really intense like there's a bomb that goes off or they you know someone's getting murdered in front of their mark there's a fire in the rainforest or there's this I do not believe it'll work now the Buddhist people that I trained at Copan monastery light as light we make a light offer though is how many hours a day do you spend meditating but sitting in oppose looking at fire like you're you're Chamonix preparation you have the these ancient urges and we have these spiritual intervention things that I believe are totally real because people can turn them on it will so sometimes when I do it things seem to work better it could all be placebo in which case great I'm okay with that too it's all right and the follow on question that line in the home that I'm at or the place that I want to I picked it up empathic early so what it does is it teaches me how to differentiate energy and it also teaches me how to not and just for the record I have no idea why do that stuff works all I know is I've been taught by great masters from multiple multiple lineages you should do that Oh i should have went to the grocery store but like why should you have gone to the grocery store and you're sitting in a room by yourself talking to all my thoughts that I hear popping up in my head right it seems like one of the things you can start it stop it started stop it it's probably real but I have definitely experienced yes you have some sort of metal underneath it because he wants to meditate through an actual house fire that sucks yeah are put in a bowl of water which is also a great yeah tests even better k set everything in my head as me which is a big thing that I find is on today's world that people just think whatever's in their head they're like Oh yeah that's me thinking it how they look right okay you can feel great guilt and I'm a bad person because this is going on my head or you could say that Shit isn't mine unthought may be a an automatic system and then I told myself a story about it how does someone listening to the show know whether it's the ego talking to them whether it's and you can reject it and in finding for me that that okay great I don't walk around with a nasty voice in my head the vast majority of time 'cause I've edited that out and some of the techniques that are in spirit hacking techniques that I use I do a lot of neural feedback and breathing and heart rate and all kinds of crazy stuff but the bottom line is pretty good if you're our to pull back from something because it's fair but it's not your fear or you'll think an incredibly inappropriate thought about a friend that you would mind but if you don't if you think you're good there still will be times when you're absolutely convinced that a thought on your head is your thought but it may not be your more than a few times where you're talking about and then if you believe that your every thought and emotion that you have you'll have this immediate desire and then what it does is I realized that some of those thoughts me they're like other people's thoughts and then some of those thoughts on other people's thoughts their spirits and then I find that their energy echoes that have been left behind beginning end of day how much time do you spend on so I what I do different types of meditation I don't believe in silent meditation because I think of all your thoughts supportive to the collective is your thoughts operating in the field of love when I say love I don't mean love that's created by the that's a good question Dave it's you go and do not and they've never had those dumb little digital I've never had that catch yourself having a racist and I'm not a racist I know I'm not that right at no matter what color your skin is you're just thinking ill-will about one for no reason other than Oh boy the real voice of a human being is always based in love because you came from love you created from love and you also returned to love so that in shamanism is the first key element some interventional zone thing or whether it's an authentic them right so let's I wanted to share the ego I because everyone has this inter- if it's love intelligence it's not a me but it's a we if it's love intelligence it's operating in the field that it's about if I'm innovating or creating or inventing support your narrative are dozen support your narrative so if you have an ego that is held in the field of I'm a bad person then the eagle will send every opportunity for you to be right about being bad so it's there to take your world and make it real for you so what happens is when people go into this aspect of what's their real voice and what's not reputation that the ego is this bad thing because we have this thing on our planet where we always try to create things either into monsters angels and it really creates a great and then support this belief and the ego then transfers its energy to the new belief and all of a sudden I don't have those experiences anymore that is that a super cool a place of love the eager will then communicate to me yes or no and then I can say ego detached from this belief and then send the energy through my body of what that detachment feels like how so I can have profit and I can have a good life it's at the more life I have the more life other people get so you'll know if your thoughts are supported the WHO I am so you can sort of divide it very much with what you just said where there's this ability to say all right what's the filter and that you're actually you're you're making your narrative support the system of change versus support the system of destruction so that's how we differentiate never actually go to bed with but you're like you just caught a cut a look and all of a sudden the thought comes to you can say you know what kind of a bad person because I thought about that or it's not for me it's for we all of us if I'm going to do anything I have to think that it's not me focusing on what I want the other I make actually focus your attention on there because something in your spirits asking you to go and look at what this energy is because it's going to bring more resilience to you devised as far as quantum entanglement is concerned because we keep polarizing each polarization of what if it's good or bad and giving power to it instead of just seeing it detaille instead of saying the water's dirty you can say oh the water's dirty however they're getting cleaner and there's people waking up right now are finding ways to keep this water clean you're not ever going to be free of your ego but if it's a thought that of all involves a version or ill will towards other people it's system which is held in the Valentine's Day gifts and love that you get when you get a gift for someone you love you I'm talking about unconditional love and acceptance it's the ability that we've done for we call it love intelligence so whenever we are operating in the field of consciousness we ask ourselves if it's love intelligence it's all inclusive Oy like that perspective a lot it's I believe that egos part of the meat operating system it helps to keep the meat alive and then what is the eagles concerned if I have a belief for instance like the world's Gary Place I asked the ego ego do I have a belief that's limiting me from seeing the world much not me it might be an automated system body that's program that way right and I'm responsible for it and I can manage that but it's not actually this whole Earth a date who became Tom Buddha so really realizing that the ego just does one thing it's part of it's part of your consciousness that has a Westerner computer science guy filters if I'm thinking bad stuff about anyone or anything then that is actually not an authentic day of thought that is an intrusion on my system whether it's from old automated reptilian stuff whether from something happening when I was in first grade and let's see what I see and so as human beings we we tend to get stuck in that narrative of wanting to to only see our person and says I'm here to support you and help you because by lifting and shifting that person the tribe thrives one more aggressive teaches us that the surrounding villages in places where people dwell they're holding that synthesis inside of them because plants experience everything acted by an energetic frequency of the man who is starving in and Uganda so all we're all connected and so in Shamanism we look at this connection Asian it actually depletes our ability to evolve but in tribal culture literally the person who's having that situation happened every member of the tribe goes to that get into the plant kingdom and learning how to develop the same thing happens with animals and the same thing happens with children children animals use synthesis and emotion and empathy through synthesis and through the subtle energy frequencies and that means that they are actually picking up on the nuances of human beings and then transferring isn't the courtney and so my filters their version ill-will ego or external and then actually the fourth f. that I talk about you know there's fear you know bad magic obvious I making that up but here's the thing I love it I look I'm not an expert in some of them are great friends right and that is that is a real fact and some of them are less powerful than they think they are but they're still are full and some of them are more powerful than they think they're jason down in the tribe the whole tribe is affected and so the same thing happens was people don't realize that the man who can't pay his rent in La is being how my parents make it all about them they make it all about them they never play video games with me they never do the art with me they never come into my world to see what I'm looking at gentle layment with with what you're saying yeah I mean tribal culture for instance if someone in the tribe falls into that space every member of the tribe instead of going back persons which is what we've been doing a lot in today's society is going on these witch hunts and these monster Hans and always looking for the bad guys so we can exalt ourselves better than the other person which actually does nothing so since that's the world I live in all I know is I'm sitting in all of a sudden I'm thinking super hateful thoughts about someone I figure out why but that isn't the core how do I serve others how do we take care of myself together that's probably authentic the rest of that stuff like it's got to be managed so that that's maybe I think sure there's food and other afford and the other one's friend after that and that's what all life does it actually forms communities all that so right if I'm working in that fourth F to understand what their parents are really about parents could be the most amazing parents and their kids all these things are doing all these things but the kid when I work with children the kids tell me it's so funny and and we see that like you can go into nature for instance and this is a shamanic practice at the plants that are much more creating defense mechanisms and animals yeah I don't I'm not one hundred percent convinced that half the stuff that people believe they're doing when they're doing Chamonix is actually happening but I do know that some people have a crazy impact on others world and what and way we actually create community and how we build community is be able to see other people's world and how we can like the cells the body how can we coexist with each other without feeling threatened is kind of funny this morning my daughter and who's twelve we asked to go meet them again and she was willing to set her own alarm clock wake up at six thirty in the morning which isn't very natural for a twelve year old get herself ready so we could be out the door so I could be on stage I'm to them on their level and listening so it stands out though because kids are very perceptive yeah and also when I was at your house I play with them like we like we were playing She knew that I was going to meet with you today and she said I want to come and see Shaman Derek and Mike is get to meet a lot of really interesting people but they don't use and she sat with me and all in one of the reasons she game as she said there's two people I wanna see I wanna see Shaman Derek and I want to see Dr Berry right and all been dodging the poop on your land and leg poop lots of soil lots of soil the dozens of people here who she's met and all that stuff she wanted just to say hi and see you and it's because of that actually seeing a child and being willing to until their parents keep programming with them filters and so when they don't have those filters I wanna hear the raw information that's coming from them which teaches me a lot I learned this what they feel getting into their conscious of what they feel about life because children's don't have filters and they haven't been programmed with filters with the she makes clay dragons and stuff and I was like giving them names and like playing with her and then we would go into nature and they were like showing me all the plans and the sheep I love your children and I love children in general because I see them wiser than some of the human beings and actually sit down with and I love spending time with kids and talking to them and getting their conscious you you write something in in spirit hacking that's really cool I haven't heard it said this way and a pain so that they can get love and they can get sympathy from the people around them and so they go around collecting hurt and they don't let go of anything they just keep you know you say quote I call people who identify with their pain hurt collectors and it seems like there's a lot of victims or identify with their pain even lot there's some of

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S2E64: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 11/25/20

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S2E64: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 11/25/20

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Would you have real quick for the weather. The weather if you don't it is a little chillier here in bethlehem sixty degrees this little julius little bit. Nice job fishery. Se fair sixty four. the high. cloudy influ ray. On enough today in strasbourg sixty three. Also the highest going to be sixty as cloudy. It's gonna rain on all throughout the day as well in new jersey. it's four degrees the highest. Going to be seventy three and it's raining and it's going to be cloudy to 'em new york city. Sixty four seventy two for the high and same thing and throughout our area in Atlanta seventy two degrees the highest. Go to be seventy seven and it's going to be thunderstorms on and off throughout today. Eighty one in miami to the high windy and rain in miami in chicago. It's thirty six degrees highest. Going to be forty six today and partly sunny in los angeles is forty six degrees. The highest going to be seventy and it's going to be sunny and clear in louisville is fifty five degrees the highest going to be fifty nine today with some rain Throughout the day in rochester at sixty one degrees the high will be sixty six today. Cloudy with a light rain. That's the way the halfway. You all look alike where you are barbie until you live in the show. Have morning show featuring. Sidney j will you get you started exactly where you get your morning. Started right a cj. Bobby talked about chili and is not chilly. But i know. I know i was a little chilly though. Because if you were to get a good breeze outside right now you'd be like that's natural. But when she says the word chilly chilly the food did make you hungry. And and bobby cologne. I have a a sean harvey confession savior. I've never made chili ever in my life. You miss two thousand years old. Never cindy have you ever made the chili. Let's go to the recipes real quick. 'cause i've never made chili. Yeah city what. What's the basics. put into one chapel. You're never if you'd never made chili city list the basics. Had i have several varieties of chili with all these relationships. I've been in in my lifetime. I make my mind or ground beef and beans the beans kidney bean and then i put like some like crashed. Her diced tomato. I put in. Maybe like some chopped up green pepper. Penins some onions. And then i don't know i've never seasoned it like myself so i use like a chilly patsies main. I don't know if that's like cheating. Or whatever. But i put that in there like the seasoning cortex a little caesars. Packing and says chilly chilly. Got in there. Maybe two depending on how much meat i have back it right one a little spicy sometime spicy one or like hot sauce and stuff to put your own and you just let it sit there for a long time. You could put some cheese in it. That sounds like basic. Like all american all american regular run and city. So that's you you. You put the regular ingredients ingredients. I think you can get a little crazy and some other stuff in there. But that's how i make bobby. I've never made a little rice right away. Some ryan right. Have you had twenty five different variations of chili. Because i've been in thirty five different relationships. Their relationship been and there's always been a pot of chili -tarian. Shelly and some people put in like more beans like three being chilean barbie cities chili recipe. Sounds very basic to be chilly. i'm not being. i'm not being judged. I've never made it. Well if you want to start off that's what you wanna do right. I'll see you more. Because you know city. Barbie brand new kitchen extraordinaire at us. Anyway to say that barbie will probably add a little bit more to her chilly than what you would. Would you think. I should probably. She doesn't use the seasoning. What do i do. I do everything he just said. Except for a little bit of tomato pace. A little bit of Brown dark brown sugar. Don't louis off a little bit a little bit sweet and it's not a whole lot. It's not a whole lot. We just give a little extra kick. And i may ask some Cayenne pepper just kick to took sugar is is. The kicker should try some fast food. Have you made a chilly. Four men in east is that then had to chile. And he's like. Oh my god. this is so utility. You hit it with the rice. Well yeah sometimes. I'll do some homemade biscuits or some cornbread and huambo. Yeah eat a lot of our most semi us. Ground turkey brown you could use meet. You could use a phone. A foam foam meet what they call it a total. Oh yes. I know everybody. Chicken puts a chili recipe. The basic. I'm gonna make an attempt to make the chili. I've never ever made you make sure you wanna make so. Yeah it's good. Everybody pushing recipes in or you can just put in a crock pie. that was. Yeah yeah set it and forget it so everybody. Everybody feel whole everybody'll much boy. Harvey is gonna come and fix everything talking. Kim capable you recipe for chilly. Put it in their hundred. Adhd guys happy. Burning up shirts always put on a lot of shirts. That's why you don't think it's chilies because you have two thermals. Her she'll be. Everybody put put your recipes in the end i wanna take. I wanna take a recipe for the group. And i'm going to make the chili. Bring it in for you guys. How about them. And i've never made it to bring him in sydney. We we dealt with your syrupy apple. Roy's with that right. Apples were done. We dealt with that right apple positive in pill. The skin scandal the apple. He's lying on. Those experts is exit. Made the prize veteran list across this time. If i ever do it again that was the most frustrating thing came into sixteen pounds. My cast iron. It was a regular baking. Did probably like twelve twenty four inches. Yeah no sean. Sean wants some more old dead. Yeah you did take it home. It six hell and then i held it. Whatever so put a recipe in the In your sound more. I mean i like we'll see talked about about the chili. That's the thing but you said you added a few more things you when you sautee peppers is not just add tomato paste you ask. Some garlic gaulish citizens added seasoning since to me wu and then you add you know everything else. It's all it's just a basic. He's a big just saying pat. Big cine bobby is adding more common. All american basic. Bobby got a little. You know you start out. Make it how i make it. I mean that's what i do when the last time you made the chili says we're talking about. I mean you cook. I haven't made my. I just really busy by. I cook on occasion. Shelly probably like last week win last night. Monday cook like two weeks ago. Some rice and rice was horrible under was horrible. Tragic mistake water tried out. I'm not the best cook. I can do the basics. But i want everyone in the chat to give a recipe. And i'm going to follow recipe and i'm gonna cook the chilly city and barbie and i'm bringing it okay awesome. How about that. I'll try shine. Thank you. I have found. Is that cool. Yeah so before. We sat out the rule december. The first bobby colognes big birthday back snap. Hey you guys need to be in the building for this. I won't be here. Hey i'll be here. i'll be here. We have to be here for this one. You guys a local or not. Just come on out. And show our beloved bobby bobby cologne extra love for her birthday. Ooh seventy eleven. That people are calling me up. They hit me up. We go to atlantic city. I appreciate you guys so far for sending in your deposits you you have to sit all the money because his senate deposit for whatever room rates you want and we go down to atlantic city the social. This isn't thing we don't win. We party and we have a good time. We eighteen hours nobody going. I'm not going to sleep. And i need to sleep bobby at this. I am not sleeping to comedy shows after party. We have a lot going on down there. Hit me up. Inbox me. oregon touch barbie. They're gonna touch with me so we can go down to atlantic city december. Eleven friday up a barbeque puts koksal. Pausing of champions is one santiago. Scheppach jarrow not took chat room with bench that city. Let's go where the mark set jab a with a heart jaffe. Hey who what. Piped in fact city less time wait wait a mark. Arctic tern pay what. Hey hey hey my neck is wonderful today. Guy as she can move around i guess would hartselle. I know that's That's right michaela hate me. How do the savage is here. Was that kim. He can Data andrews is in building. Good martin's allah. Hey never much jackson. Hey good morning to you. Hey the roma that border-free ninety ashley in the building girl bora prentice cabot. Hey baby mr rabson voice. Any more yoga note young met good morning. Hey young yes tan. Yellow bird hagar all. Good morning to you. 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Would the dog sleeping having city city in a bit now. Okay on the floor. I mean April at the bed desa jay wright poor. Poor april julius. Because you're chat room the week. Hey chat room member of the week on hey juliette. Hey how's your week going over yet. How let me tell you these days of flying by get right with jesus telling you right. Prince told you get a man's go exactly doberman. that's all i do. Reidy bull over here which are which are here. Breathe golden doodle much cost fetal. Rockwall gets to very thin rock raw golden gate skins bones crack face. Big ads dog like that. Yeah they eat a lot. Those kinds of dogs like real me. I'm going to extra ports. no no what. I've never get food and fuel economy cook. I will take out. Before i all actress seasons. I will take out a portion so he won't have all the seasons like playing white rice with the meat gave it to him. I ain't got time for that dog. Food yep and our ad How long does it take for the dog become diabetic. My dad was my tell my patio. That they've got a different kind of diabetes. It now all that stuff so you beat them out the season on without all the extra seating. Yeah we got. A dog was at pitt bull and try to eat every day right dog but he he never had a dog who when he was a baby boy but no after that when he got them from note dog ever know. Oh my god my baby. We ain't he was good he was what twelve. Oh now everything we we. We have stop. I only give. He only like two or three times a week. I'll just do like boil chicken rice and like a sweet potato but he'll get it with his with like dry food. Plan all the dogs that had in my life. I would never given the dog human food if you give them kickin in. Some beef sean. That and you can do all that you put a raw egg in it and give it to them. They like to back into every once in a while today. Dolph no dad on dog where they got evidence scraps from the table. Okay dogs perfectly file. We had a dog this base. I got i and he was eating everything i know reggie handle. How associate he has so look recommended for. They don't want them to eat these but the thing they build it back into the lasagna. Say most of the things they just because of the seasoning. They don't wanna talk. I know you're gonna hit me with the dog industry when people to buy dog food. I get it but city this. The neutral site was recommended for dog to eat to eat. Talk that they're not supposed to have regular human food anytime and there and there's a big discussion with dogs out giving them raw food is okay. Some say it's fine other ones say no just because of the bacteria that can get worms and stuff like that. But you know supposed to eat dog food right and show dog feeder. Would you won't go by dogs out there eating garbage eggs and they live forever exactly. There's dogs out there. Eating their city lives they. They're just telling city. And what is your away. We have a special guest. King is back. What's what's king eating of human food or dog food. Now he eats regular dry food but like two or three times a week. I'll give him some food. Yeah yeah he'll get like boiled chicken sweet potato and race and when you go to get some chicken. Yeah i just. I don't know if this is very very valid question by a pack of chicken legs for him. That i know i'm gonna use. What would you do this. Take the chicken on just bullet. And that's it and then i'll boil it with the potatoes. Potatoes rice sweet potato rice so the dog is voicing sweet potato and right yeah three times a week. Yeah like yeah like two or three times. I'll make a pot of it and then i'll put it in the frigerator and then like the next day off some of that and then i just make his regular food you know just to put a little. You know little wait on them. Maybe the dog was having to wait. Like dogs are usually like lean and trim. I could talk supposed to be. Saint has natural that healthy stuff so he burns it off as lexi. 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Can't you know. I'm always getting on everybody about not supporting these. Art is r kelly. You know what i'm saying. That out here doing heinous things and listening to their music. And this morning. When i was driving in i was like really getting down to this song and i had a feeling. It was the rapper singer. That i'm not supposed to be listening to but i thought it was like maybe bryson tiller or something but it was definitely tory lanes the gentleman who in the foot and it was off his new album days star but it was on pandora. It's not like. I looked at up. Like i went searching for it. I listened to it. And i was dancing and singing along and me turn it off number one way. Smoke sway right now. It's not allegedly prentice. He shot her in the each. Coupon shooter feeds. Okay go not so when you talk so city city so rather than us rodman. The tory lanes feeling good. I laid off the same thing so we know. Happy about our kelly. You want the remix to ignition. You want you want you want the drop. Our one in showed me that la kelly music is just so associates going through right now they took lock up my pants and i don't wanna make that mistake again. Views really appointed down to see about that movement. The moment you heard the song you cut it off in discussing rocket with this work. Jolivet all other apologize. Bobby background why. You apologized hold on the projects that i'm apologizing to megan thee stallion her friend tom and everyone who is a victim of domestic violence everywhere. I am sorry josh what what's up. I apologize megan. And i will never again go to a tory lanes salta and he doesn't deserve and he should be deported to canada. No i will be writing a letter to celebrate. What's up. I apologize to mega medallion. One thing's going up lucifer's by my family biased. A spouse by cutting off time won't documents chart right now. I want to apologize to all the little girls has of art trap molestation win as well as pedophilia. No because of what go. He made the shot city board morning his brown. You got me dancing de where know they want to see semester brown proud. No city had a confession. She was listening to lanes. We already know you're shot. She a tory shot the elderly lady feet and She apologized and we. We know how you feel so we just was playing the song that we not supposed to be. Listening to and brown is in in singing and dancing right along with his boxes on lacrosse brownfield weighing boxes. I'm not wearing put a pool in the city. Remember browse like listen if you hit the streets today. 'cause i'm in the building remember we did let me let to be having versus battles re battles online are probably nobody. Nobody will battle hymn. What please about all kelly plenty poker. God knows how long race so much stuff to act like. He probably written most of the most okay. So let's let's run down the line. Let okay art. Kelly baby-faced who kelly come on face a you know. Give them a run for his money. Now the only question. I think i think stevie wonder yes. So you saying as a generational thing there is in this generation. Cj that there's no that can compete with kelly right now on versus versus you realize. That's what our kelly. Jay z couldn't do a concert that giving them what can able to balance much about closing hooligan. What is easy. And that's why. I remember when it was on tour. Jay z and orange county went on tour and there was got into a big fight R kelly just drop the tour because they too big headlines will be linus jars advocate. Strong linas together like round. If you don't mind could put some clothes out with the song. They did together broncos. You put some pajama pants on. Melissa i'm gonna give it a go physical therapies later metairie. I just. I was just able this week off the floor on my own. How the listen. I'm telling people out there. Don't mess with your back a couple of weeks ago. I fell outside. And i had a call to my car. Grab the bumper to put myself on my goodness mr brown. You need one of those life alerts right now. Hold on hold on. Hold on your home. Army crawl into the power. Jesus must've been a sight to see cine brown. I'll believe mr brown is on the phone number. One original will members and also chabrol memory brown. It sounds like a number of immerse situation. Brown had major back surgery but he's up there making videos. He's on his porch. He's walking the dog the little the little dog dog right. He's doing everything he's not supposed to do right. Loosed physical therapy is doing a lot. Yeah i start and stop doing that on. Stop and i would just laying around the house doing this. The gaining weight is thirty. Two up to thirty six Still look well today so then you know. I told my physical therapist. I say i can't get up. And i couldn't do it but this week. I did it five times. And how'd you get the floor. Was it like a sit up. Get up or was it like they had me. Do it like steps like right now. I can't can. I get up at the to everything in one quick motion. What i can't. I can't go my knees and then put one leg up your side. You can't do that or it. That's the only thing you can do you. Is that the only thing you can do. You said i have to act like joe. Money's i'd have to do everything in one motion. I can do it in steps. I can get up last black two weeks ago. I couldn't put my socks on them. Wow that's back new backheeled back as a bigger purple thing. Don't payments back here. I'll say those two hundred forty pound ladies. I said we're done. No more big living be done for you. But i don't think i mean you don't have to lift them up mr brown brahima hold on hold on hold on a second hold on brown which is going to say that's sending that's my special move. You got to pick the lady up but not be safe to say. He's probably not even have passed smash right so should be your recovered brown like myself. Had we been on. We've been on a as always you've got lots of lamb brown and i can buy vagina. Might be in the thousands which you say you would say. I'm a tie at home but this time it happened at the looking for queen right now. That's what i'm looking for. Queens always was right when they get old queens right right achingly look took i i know people tell me i'm picky. I am picky. But i have. I had a lot. I have options. And i'm not want to settle at and i want to settle foul brown. You see all elect karaoke night in all these coming over and you can smash at will look what it got you my friend. You know they're going you in a car you out in the driveway. Try to hold onto your public as he gets it back in house even have a made a home. You need a home in florida attended. Bit corner sean. No sean and he shots these good for another say right and be home. You can them. He lives in the poconos big giant. How he's all by himself. Yeah you need to get you out. They maybe yeah. You need looking in the wrong spider right. You're healthy. Every time she comes home. That's all funny. Funny time on his steps. Ray broke my nail right so it could be a pitcher guy on his steps and then died. He called me back. She called me back. I didn't put up the phone. Donnie and call my friend. Michelle man husband. Everybody glow to my house banging on my door. And i must happen saldana steps. She was calling you on the phone. I said oh my gosh awesome. Good ground isn't it city barbie. Would you agree a sound reevaluate. My friend settled down. You could just this bachelor. You know smashing cine cancer. Coco's around you got the co go back is out. Can't even walk the dog the more your daughter took the dog by now just right. She said he he's doing nothing. Man candy. The mayor can't even make love to himself because his out of autumn. All you got to shaving. You ain't got no you call you you call. You likes sean. You know when you hit that. Don't a man really put. That pressure is back. Yes i think so you know. I don't know. I don't know those round now. I don't know i don't know insurance covers all this. Is you better get you some copies. Because they could get your home. Health aide is well. I dunno curious. Surest covers that. Get you some compass. If you need help right sitting over here before. I said i will but now i'm the i'm in pretty good shape. I'm getting. i'm trying my physical therapy of climbing ladders. Now down brass doing awesome. Hey wait listen to what i'm saying. My physical therapy got me doing because remember i gotta get the pants on my back to go back to work. So that's part of my work climbing up ladders so weeks brown are you. Are you serious right now. You better go down there and get you a whole heap of social security. It called it right. You could get a double check. Get out of stop working going down there to your local social security and call us a day ceramic kerry. Okay well we go back to work two thousand years. Oh yeah you better start collect because there's not going to be no social security and not only that it's not going to be. No work left growl something's nonsense get you get you a home attendant. Did you. a wife or girlfriend whatever you want go and get four or five checks and go get some food stamps around other. Get that cherry on top democrat. Jack the why you have to ask as claude city. He's still mind and his back in a bad debit please. Food is the least of my worries chili soup for food. Look coupon take one of your six cars down the treaty monroe cloudy from service around six calls and no foods name i got i got rid of. I'm down to three now. Get rid of some of those proud. Take one on cars. One down there to get the address. Roadshow's right there to call furnace. Our you can talk to veneta but then going down to social security he built disability brunswick for two hours the vote and i survived that long live social security and he don't want to eat. Don't wanna eat city. My niece to ever recover demand the door this house on the way back more worse grabbing doubt get you a whole heap disability. All that's always in your back while wales wounded. Obviously i get better. I once i got ta. I just did the same thing. Yep online the net rhino. You apply online ov those services. Just take a look. See what you see what you qualify for right tax. Just get some. You're going right referee expensive. He moving three cars in the driveway to different spots in the driveway brand. Go make love to yourself closer tablets. Thanks talk to you mr brown. We've you see what you qualify stance zine much a with a smile this so as asking took that name. I what pay off. Aw do i got some in there any hello morning show sinbad killing hold on a second hold on a thirty three minutes after the hour november the eleven foot twenty welcome back shohada marshall bar everybody beloved is on the phone logan everyone i know you call them but brown you know is let's love for mr brown. Yeah larry is hilarious. Sean the okay yes. I'm blessed i just you know just getting up one of our beloved members. She's calling in. You know every time she goes in and she said such a kind woman sitting in metro for look forward to me and at some point and You know she's always get things always showing love. And that's why she's such a special person and that's why has so much love you shonda and you're you're so real about what you go through because you know the show you know how transparent we are here especially for myself. I demand for myself not sending your body so but you always call in and you always you know. Share what you're going through each and every time in We we truly appreciate you. Thank you are you. Okay yes you nothing. Making up. But i wanted to say something about our kelly thing. Oh yeah. Nobody can't really compete with our kelly. But michael jackson kelly. I kelly made home movies. He didn't make video right age. Runabout who was on the same page you write about that. Well that's michael here. Nobody else to compete with when him. But michael jackson so we all agreeing that this is a generational thing like r kelly would be like a star in a generation where no other artists could compete with him. She's going back to michael jackson generation before them saying well he bought the only one. You know talent yeah he. They both did like home movies. They never did like just a regular video. So we don't. We don't advocate. The r kelly behaviors well documentary on this show a cine. Thank you for your confession with trae. Never have a shadow. Are you When you hear. R kelly music you turn it off all you singing. Which way to do. I listen I actually like his movie is music you know what he did was was awful. Excuse him as a great artist excel so so if you so you've had a club and the step in the name of love come on you get on the dancefloor alvarado. I wanna see looking on the dance. Something i can get that step going okay. I'm not the best dancer in the world. But you know i remember recently. I can't remember would've been idea but the kept playing kelly music's always dance. Actually r kelly. At that time that he was doing on that pedophilia crap. Well we do. Every messing with this young girl. Dead was that was living in my house. Showing the has a story to tell of course but always got sit with showing daily story You remember that girl is. The girl is that he gave that venereal disease that she was on that super one the tv show. I don't remember that familiar with that story. She was on our documentary thing and the survivor. Yes she's be down with. That will Leah okay well. That's the we appreciate. I'm glad okay. Hopefully we see in atlantic city. What have an senate you know. She gift a lot of folks in the chat room and i. I won't say thank you for doing all that man. We really appreciate. We love your. Yeah we got a little bit. I love doing that. I love giving you know that. Give receiving okay. I is what makes you can't. You can't no record terrible What's what's the weather up there. She's very rainy rainy. Rainy and gloomy. Well i'm glad that you're listening to the show and you know you got all your your family members in chapel so we all we all here To support each rice any. That's right so sean is right. The in chapman and we have so much lovely house to participating birthdays together because you know minds is december two. That's right we are me you think diane analyst says she's coming december And i don't necessarily know veneta addressing. She's no she's coming down to the. Oh yeah birthday. December baby with differences apprentice. How was it going. I are you talking about her relationship. Prentice going show prentice eggs. How going print cox asks you. How are things going. And i was asking. Everything's going well. Okay you wanna know about your relationship. No i'm not in a relationship. This class okay. So there's no. There's no more steve. No you know i was watching me. Like thank god. Thank god because i need sean close to us. I think. I think we need to get sean. Someone i think is charlotte. Someone and that'd be that'd be don't want out there too so i'm glad that she ventured off a little bit and now she's back home would hurt people's that's why i'm clapping and that's what i'm saying. Thank god and you back home safe and you okay. And that's that's the only thing that matters. That's right we're here so you. Yes appreciate that kim. Kibble she checked on me the whole weekend. That's great source and that's what we do here. That's what we're here for each other good and everybody needs to check. One tonya lynette. Because she's kind of sick right now and she's going through a lot of stuff would be wonderful five. Okay so wasn't. She says everybody to pray and reach out two tiny limit. Who's going through a rough time entire. I speak to tonya lynette. Every once in a while we we linked up. You know chat room okay. Good well you know we all have you know tiny. Lynette is a day one and we'll definitely reach out the tiny got. God bless tiny lynette. She's in gentleman today. Yeah she's here. she's aren't cool. You know we all got love for tonya lynette. We ought got a shot. A very emotional. Don't make me start crying here. Breakdown i listen to you and i we need cry time together and i am not joking. We can do this. Okay all right. I'm not crying is healing. I'm awful good cry. That's right. I tell you it shot i cry. I cry like a baby when when they see now joe. On saturday i was in my car. I was and what did they say in. Pennsylvania wolf was like one can tease galway down. Two chimps anything gin and crying and leaky. I thank whatever same devil different. Which i got that. Were those. So sean if you want to have a crisis in thailand says she's in the hospital. Old girl survived out the tiny lynette. A shot if you wanna have a crash session as a hit me up the problem. Okay so had i you up when i need to cry. Let's go let's go hit me up. That's fine at anybody else in the chat room. If you need to cry or you feel like crying. And you need a cry buddy. Hit up your boy. Sean harvey i. I'm ready to i'm ready. I'm ready to cry. Hit me up at ground down because if you need a cross session. Hit up sean. Logan is shown houghton and doubted. It's not i say god bless avalanche. God bless god that okay all right goblets. haven't i so we are going to want some sani says you. Yeah yeah well. Yeah yea. I know how it is. And y'all gonna see how it is next week on the seventeenth okay when the latest takeover and actually do a show on wound care be. We're working during like barbie says. Let me get the coin. I don't know who shall have you wanna show sydney barbie from one in sean. This is wanna hey thanks guys. Any component most of this shaw relief. And i haven't been all the time so not much in a much better. I've been suffering with summit problems i grad reflex. So it's been widely so but that's why haven't been on But i'm calling today. Because i feel i'm kinda way and you guys are like my family. I knew probably you must be on but you jay. Yesterday i said okay. Maybe 'cause i'm just getting back for. But if i had certain shot out and not fill some kind of way and sean you haven't even that good morning until just now girl. A girl. stop sometimes bag. Toshio was that whether we get ready to call people coming office best. Listen cousin that really. You know i love all you guys. And y'all make me feel and hall when i first started listening to you guys and Because you know we go way back. I love you know we. We kind of way you know you. You always speak peace. Because i'm speaking my mind. I i know balked show and shaw yesterday. When i called in and barbie gave me my shadow and then you say not. You would like like. I'll be watching you know. I called this one. And i thought something was wrong with johnny's in the fall i just went to the store and i came back because they'll get ready to make a nice big potter holiday begetting so I said okay. You know the busy. I even call my house phone you now. I'm talking to you. Buy from my cell phone so you so yeah. I kinda way sean. Well okay i don't want you to. I don't want you to feel of course once you feel a certain kind of let me say this to me. I'm gonna say this. 'cause i got love for everyone in your notice living i took you know what look by shot up i well. Maybe it's a special day. Hasn't been on. Maybe they crashing wings at up to barbie big birthday beck. Yeah oh my talk about how we need. Jesus yet yeah. We need legal best biden. Find out that this. Oh god bless role. Great will out go-to girl. Listen to you before. Your shout outs in the more. I know what sean is on policy regarding girl. I don't know. I can't get a word in. He needs to tighten it up. Don't worry don't let me let me come over. I'm going. I'm done was family right so we we shut out the king. Listen you still love him for p. Listen king over. there was much kicking. King okay i you don. I'm selling your if you love it. Yeah now now. City city city city in barbie and everyone to listen to one to one listen you we tell you that chat room family members. Jane use yawn. That's not fair listened to you not my love with because they watch what had no friends in the jazz world. It listen to me. Okay okay go ahead. You got the flow of thank you. We gotta take a break okay. We're in the sentencing. We in the city says and this whole thing going on here. Listen first of all. I have so much love respect for you as a listen okay. Secondly there's a lot going on here in my mind. This has nothing to do with me. Not showing you any love. If you you've been here you've been here with me. You see what i'm doing here. Let me let me let you won't let me fit. You won't be finished. You won't let me finish talking right now. You see you the corner right. Okay visit hands. Well let me tell you something to want a shame on you okay. Okay shame on you not working because you see what you've been in. There's a lot of listeners that benesch room you you see exactly what was going on. Let me tell you exactly what's going on. I'm in this corner this all equipment in front of me. These likes of beaming on me. Rome is charging me every six minutes with something. That's going on in here. I want ice shelves out everybody now. No yeah i'm right seeing that yes the day. Just they won't people got got out at this time to be missed shots for the whole day. Let me finish. let me finish. I haven't been on a couple of days. What will welcome back in what is going on a saying. There's always a disconnect with me and their listeners. I love everyone in the chat room. I'm not even in the chat room. I don't even have the ability to go into the chat room. The is right in front of me john. How long does a lot going on. Here there's a lot of phone ringing. This whole thing is going on that this this this this so many variables that if i miss some name with this missing name or miss something if i miss something i know this is us. I got that yes. You don't say. I got a call crystal call this show account of listeners. Thousands of listeners. Yes we ended by gary reaction from show a girl over aids. Rick stop the whole. My still look a whole twenty minutes with this. Wanna be you on the phone. Just enjoy one later all month. Okay good morning to you all right. I'm afraid is and this is a bit much. Let me just say okay. And i know we all love the show. This is a great atmosphere. We all get a lot of the show but this is not a therapy session where we get one on one individual bit right chapel. What it is if you get in your feelings but this is too much about to take a vacation from the chapel. I like and i agree with you. And the whole thing we love. Y'all we want to support y'all. We wanted to pull amendments in the chat room. God we outgrown. We are grown right like you think of money and they had to walk the dog. You know what happened. His a residual effect of all it is everybody. Everybody hates on. And i'm sitting here. I'm worried and i'm fine with it. I don't even know what's going only. I had to leave to walk my dog. And i don't even have dog 'cause i couldn't even pay wasting down a rabbit home. Take a break goblet. Don't you go nowhere by god. that's my name. we miss it dead. We did mistake. Think if a a bad is test. Sure actual bobby sitting sitting jay. I'm not city i'm not. I'm not on that screen right now. Put that one ahead. I wanted to be sitting in this morning. Who's this this'll nobody. But the long dot dotto little finger to take a minute okay. Oh hey metal city. He wants book on yet. They're going to get that right. Well i'll go ahead is longtime listener south brand which was city. I want to talk to you showing menswear last twenty two months in prison. I want to speak again. Better figure we've been at how you big you know that. Last time i talked to you showing us doing the episode talking about Who would move to the north side north. Something of american for fifty thousand been no good dasaratha shows in which china lost. I feel lost. One replaced bobby bobby. Good look for the show. We'll take you to read that. A obviously middle spin of figures been away back. Let's go back and this is barbie cologne. God are you doing. I'm telling you definitely a good look. I'm stuck his halfway house. I'm e. kentucky and the gaza's bridges look to my phone when they show you on a told you might be married so don't play from new foulis today all right so so you this show from the halfway house now. This is a man. That's very ambitious jane. That's right horse from prison. He's one finals. He didn't call none of his three baby mothers. he has it been doing since you. How's that work. How does that work. They all do me a favor and they all got married while going and vegas you away for two years. And he's two years all your baby. Mamas jumped into over relationships. Kidney dad happy. That's true each each one needed a different data to talk a little pressure off of me. See this is a city. This is a man that's open minded the and minded. He's not petty. He sees the pickup picture. Yes right to sit there and take them kids why he do his thing and trust and believe when he get out the halfway house because you know what they're gonna do they gonna give them automatic unemployment backdated back. He can get checks. He can get a food stamps. He's going to be good and then he'd be able to get and then you know when they come out of jail he gonna have on those white house and get them a bad abedi just like. Don't you already jumping for comedy. So the females is already watching wealth debt getting employment social security and they all go on to prisoners is so good to hear know what i'm saying showed disappeared and they look at him just popular doing poconos this winter over coco cocos the kogo your cocoa cocoa and the halfway house now and listen. I'm glad i call john. They just locked the whole facility down telling people be to hit last week ninety saying took over the facility. Oh they told the new guys. I was trying to get jobs that had everybody. You're not going to work. We locking the doors. So i said let me call somebody. That's veteran and fox news. Me call it. So i'm harvey warner show case reality of journeymen. He's been every he's been in every small town in the state of pennsylvania's right you make acquaint tell them that part. I'm glad you know bit cal. So i'm glad that city. Jane he's taking time out to cindy j. for reflection inventory. That's out bobby. Don't forget child baby to going back into. He's going back on october. Joining us at the end of the day i like. I like the platform ajao got even though they say all morning show. We know the woman run that joint. The school even when i was in joint. Listen in a steve harvey. But it's his little cousin he got the mustang so been be comedy community. Take off. Joe bill cosby. He wasn't that funny unique. Love and i know in my drinks. You want me to be back. I just want to comedy community nor back comedy so city because on the phone he's tower support. Comedian as well. You know you got locked up. He's in the halfway house. Say you know these young men when they get out of jail. Sort of like your baby sitting today. Come to debate will come out of jail in shape or not he. He gained a little weight. But he's still mike and jason. He's got bigger gain weight in jail or are you shaved you. Chisel wait a corporate corona virus in jail. And i lost forty five on and take out food every day that bet all right now everything road wait wait a minute wait a minute so you do your goal weight dude cocoa. Why would you go back to eating chinese food. What can i have soda two years. I'm listening that'd be. We're gonna be ready for the here being on the show this morning. This obsessed with myself. I got a new belief. I'm not i sections. I've been home. I'm going to wait. 'cause you know what i mean. I want you connect your soul with somebody every time you touch them. So i'm trying to find the right person. This time sean. I going to his show looking for the ladies in the crowd. You know how you communities to do back in the day right up to uglies woman right right right off tuesday. They give you more on a pass. I've go so we don't know my mom watching the show. In new york so middle barbie barbie from newark new jersey. So middle have you have you changed. You got the sa- basma leak outdoor you coming out. You're doing that or you just that what you said because you still had a couple dollars from pay pal shows that i didn't make because i up front page before i got locked up so when i came here a lot of jews you know everything's k. Two smoke that shit so they don't eat food larry by eat so what. I did not separate myself from the nicknames. I'll put pepperoni on my pc. Let's talk. Jesus coach sean. I don't want to say that my grandfather that loss. How old rivalry boulevard guy. He stays the best people. Don't speak everybody will know man. Everything's bbc swanning. Your diet right. Put a little pork in there. I don't eat pork. Who said that. Bobby who said that. I don't eat pork but let me say this. Because i used to task bag on polk showed apart. Let me tell you say something. You're in a halfway house and philly wasn't in new york show. of course it yes. I didn't know that i walk down. Skit i wanted to come back in this sitting. How he's at the halfway house right now and they allow him to be on the phone. This long time you've got your cellphone. Shaw news about the incident city. Go to instagram trap. Comedy one with a one. Nothing name one. You're going to see all the halfway house stuff in and you're going to be rolling. I can't wait to see city. He he got phone now. You got a cell phone. I flip phone flip phone. We got locked up. That was the chat phone with that lifestyle down a real. Okay great again. He has a real phone you want. He wants to be in a regular relationship. Okay never pepperoni. He's good get me nine. I think gets you listen to love the well. Listen thank you let me call. I'm looking forward to down well at west cold over there and shaw. I wanted to see we call him friday to call them friday. Tell us call for. No reason used to do that when they do the sports. Such you know that you do that again. They go to jail sitting in this clarity onto the right now. You've been lying all your life now. You want to be on yeah. He watched not have versus basketball game against the other guy. Showing you yesterday it any will no doubt. Listen i'll buses as we'll show the basketball court you heard. That's what they say about parents. They always lost. We gotta go. We're gonna take a quick break. Everybody working back on the show today. Shabi shabi cindy bobby. How you doing this wrong. Railroad with with bobby cologne not feeling. Good the last few days. But you know i would. I was like no. They got a backup off my sean now. You know i'll let nobody get back you up in the corner. You already the corner where you going to like. John has painted. He loves all of us. I used to kill like that a little bit. And then i got over it. I said man to man busy. He knows he recognized the anytime i call. He recognized he loves us. And and and if somebody could be on the drought run the show they will see house tedious. How much chewed. I get on stage and forget what i was saying time. So you don't wanna show please ain't nobody getting those too much special attention. There's something going on with I understand people's feelings feelings. Valid book name be. Give you a chance to speak. So is like okay. You want to be heard. Now listen to two men. Let him screen himself that you know way he and who is. We already know who is going on. Most of us would for the ones who don't know that to get to know you read the person you are loving kamya spirit and if people don't know you by now they ain't gonna never know so always sort of words but the whole thing is this i. I love this show. Obviously i love the people in the wrong. I use one. That joe. Biden's of of of phrases. I if you'd like me don't like me. I'm here for you. Okay a lot going on a disconnect from me from the audience. I can't go on the table and tight room. Which would get done We have all set with barbie normal during shouts and all that there is a lot going on. So i'm sitting here you got to be and that's the thing about to wanna peterman. Who's new to this chat room. Who named chat remember the week that martin would her is like she see me in here doing this. A lot of folks never seen me do this that listens to the show on a regular basis. So when you see me doing this isn't even sitting by sending when you had your birthday party and diane was sitting next to you and the shaun. Oliver brown oliver. Yeah there was right next to. And i really couldn't even communicate with them right so i. I don't feel a certain way. I'm doing the job i love what i do. I love the chat room. It felt nomi. Norma trip out you know. I've got mental issues. But i can't individually kate. It's one person we have thousands of people listening and there's a lot of phillies this a lot going on here and on top of that there is no other. Radio is a radio show. this is a radio state. this is real. This is viable. there is no other radio show. You can call in at at at will Twenty minutes like this and that's sometimes listens to understand that. Like i. I got love for you. I'm here every day. I love this show. And i love the people in the room and sit there. And say sean. I'm feeling a certain way. I'm thinking i'm feeling something i said. You know staunch ramping. But i love everybody but please just please low disconnect. Let that woman is that your woman. Peterman is a married woman and she's married she has a whole husband. Okay okay calling me. You know what i'm saying is all love but don't feel a certain way if i don't shout your name. I don't say there's a lot going on here. We have barbie. Cologne is in charge of all of that. Little girl comes out and you examples day back you up in one hour like guinea brief getting look talk. Okay i understand. She's who is she'll get the learned go right. You know what i'm saying is down. His woman is and that's the thing that that's the issue. I have with two one i got love for the. The thing is bent in this room. And there's a few others chaplains opinion to see what i'm doing so you can't say the say sean. You're not showing me. Look no love at the same time you see how focus i been doing. This is not fair to me. That's all i'm saying and keeping it real and i wanna peterman and others to support the room but you're right a roar somebody this. She's new to the rule. Just watch you see what we do everyday. Don't don't take it personal audit. I talked to wanna talk so much. We talk right over. Sydney says yep. What radio stations do that. And we still got on time. Ten o'clock we got switch to something to something else is going on here. Yes and i'm doing the opposite. Don't don't there's no disconnect isn't doing the job gas right and don't let nobody back your Korla the walls. 'cause you already in the corner you got to come up there. Acquaintance acquaintance initial set right. I sat here for three hours. I didn't even use the bathroom for party. Diane set right next to me. And i'm working. I don't wanna talk to okay. I came to the town I got the chance to get a pitcher with you other than that. It was it because you busy. Nobody can't expect expect too much of your time. Lucky you won't get song no right. I'm going to give back in the chat room. I love you hold on. I love everybody in the chat love. And just because you called in. You know what. I'm gonna do rome. Because i love you to death. I'm gonna put the camera back on your thank role that she did that. Senio gonna take me on put. The camera was journal. Thank rodeo we love you to death thank you. I love your to the dad. Maybe the beautiful easily. Get back baggage having you to do. Go into cindy says. The camera's always uncomfortable and right. That's another thing that we always take cameras in here. They have to sign the cameras. Always on you guys. I don't even one of the daily even want to deal with the can't leave it on you for the rest of the day. Pick on me. Yeah let's go. Let's city says no. No it's perfectly fine. Show a lot of shows a lot going on shows. okay. God a piece to the goddess. Hold on a second hold on. Hold on hold on hold on a stop. Shoddy bobby coaches can't hold on coach. Who's that you show. How once again. Peace to the guard piece to the goddess. Hey god knock. What's going on gone on just trying to get the shows mostly getting picked out today on the show. But i got your back. I got back not doing anything wrong. Just just working. It's tainted folks. Love what i do and just catching a beaten today for no reason. I don't understand why lurk beat shaul day. Yeah no shorts. We wednesday five years old. I don't. I don't like you keep out that out man because i'm blessed brother. You always been blessed mainly people. Of course so i always knowledge my age. My friend geico so tell them your age sixty eight. This is wednesday hilarious. Are you really sixty. Go sober me man up to a ghost over me. Compasses the joker serious. I get and we broke up like years ago. She was right only really connect but not. That's your former girlfriend but not but not get. Okay what did she say you turn camelback off to come back because she told me some money more showing people like this. This is crazy. How today good this. I call on a couple of days. I was with my grandkids. Now vo i'm gonna. I'm gonna take a nap after this show. I'm done. I'm done you you're gonna. Hey everybody you do you cheat. You'll gold you. Beat down sean. Harvey today to pick you back up opposite me. Thank you still got it. Thank you. I appreciate you about You still got it even though you messed up that game for me. We got a lot of love you bro. We got love both yup. Yup i'd show. Have you wanna show cine bobby. God a ongoing do. This is not your come back like that. This happened to. I want you to sit in real quick. We're going to do cine says your first story. Cine let bobby you. And i are gonna take a break. Because we were exhausted. I'm exhausted in barbie clones exhausted city would you do. Is you read the first story. Coach will interject pause glasgow. Well this is my new segment. But since guy railroaded by the people of this show i'm going to do. I'm going to do a little bit of entertainment news. I'm gonna to do a regular news story and then we'll close it out. This story is a woman. A georgia woman arrested after pretending to be an fbi. Agent to get free. Chick-fil-a kimberly george ragsdale allegedly for a week with telling chick-fil-a workers in dallas georgia. She was a federal agent and would have them arrested if they didn't give free. Food reportedly demanded free meals from chick-fil-a several times throughout the past week culminating ending with her arrest on november seven. Her behavior made the restaurant staff suspicious and eventually contacted believes the authorities confronted her. She's forty seven years old in the parking lot of the chick-fil-a and she allegedly told the arresting officer she was a federal agents. her credentials were electronic. She didn't have them on her She refused to get out of her van and officers threatened to sustain her with a stun gun. She was then placed in handcuffs. She's being charged with impersonating a public officer employees. While she was in police custody should began talking into her shirt like she was talking into a radio. That's the police arresting her at the sense someone to come get her crazy the fbi. I'm chief randy turner of the rock mark. Police where she was arrested. They said they are thankful for the people at chick fillet who knew what to do. Gavitt the info they needed. They said please call nine one one if someone is claiming to be an officer if they aren't in a marked car a proper uniform they said you will never hear a real officer demand. Emil anywhere if it is given we appreciate it if it is discounted we appreciate it. We will not ask for it or make threats or demand food at anytime after she. She's in jail without bond for her felony. Brian did i got to know something i did. You get the polynesians sauce. Talk anything for a little while. She like several times during the week. Like lady you get ones with it. Okay great i wonder how much she was ordering. Would you just wondering one meal for yourself. And what were you saying. You get it for the family i would be. I need a meal. Yagi pay pay up right. Those biscuits slap i would say. What would you do for chick-fil-a people. Don't get me wrong them. I feel some type of way. Get closed on sundays ago to that point where i'm going to say. Hey you know what i feel like. They owed me free right. That's probably coach. would you take. Would you take data. Chick-fil-a i first. You got to think about this. Nobody's ever address. Nobody ever pretended to be federal agents. Hope you're not doing that out. You know i love right. You're gonna chick-fil-a come on now. That's if you guys have been together for a while you say it is sweet and sour. Now i have some Oh i'm sorry. I do have an entertainment story You know the the lady that created that song you about to lose your job. Who about to lose your job. She was arrested her. Her name is actually jenny. Charles and actually she is the she is the creator of that viral sensation. I mean she wasn't the one who remixed the song when she was the one who said those words people have been using it. Everywhere from saturday night live viral online. But now she's saying she's turned her life around and she's now missing opportunities because of a dispute with her sister who also serves as her manager manager in two months uncle one. She says she has been in control of nothing. That's been going on with job over the past three to four months. She said that's why you have seen nothing from her. She said a lot have popped off with. Lose your job when it came to this election so much stuff but my sister has made it hard for me. She say like so i guess during that time of course she was getting arrested. She was on drugs. There's a low point in her life. Her sister created a gofundme me account for her which raised over fifty thousand dollars out legal fees life. I'll try rehab. Whatever but shortly after her sister locked her out of the instagram account that the that the thing was made on and she said it placed You know she said that she wasn't able to access it. She hasn't been able to get money She says of course. It plays people in my life that i probably turned away because of the habit that i had you know She said but you know she was in and out of the streets begging so she was like nineteen and she was like. I was at the bottom at the lowest point that i could possibly be But since that happened that you know people in her life that That probably would have never really spoken to her. And she's at a good place and right now She's saying that she's she would like to possibly get access to the money or even do stock with that phrase to keep building herself up but right now she can't. She's focused on raising her four year old son spectrum. Another trial could coach. Wish wish opinion on it. My opinion on it is that that was viral. I doubt i dig it. And glenn i know. But she's just one of many of the black folk not for viral bairo emissions. So i understand. I know it's i know. It's a heartbreaking situation. But you know. I know she's ain't telling system job she's she's spent that basically and how gonna go. I wanna i wanna say the n. Word so bad won't but this is. This is an issue. Still do azure manager. Fire her coastal. I will say this. This might be a blessing for the young lady. She's actively choose actively on drugs. You put a drug listen. When i was smoking crack in today's back in the day put fifty thousand dollars in front of me smoking. My left eyeball out. He might with a dive exactly so take that baby. This might be in. But would you take the baby. You know this thing is going viral. You write a lot of folks how to take advantage of this popularity of this song and it's unfortunate but you think that would you take her and her sister like would you. If that was you cut off the system what would you do to the system it. It really depends like you said she is in a bad place. Jinnah baddeley's you know. How many how many how many of us would have been like. let's go. We just like you sean. If in that place somebody was fifty thousand said. Hey here's a gofundme thousand. I'm blazing it going right through fifty thousand but now she's in a different place. She's in a better place. This experience is something just to open up is to say. Hey you know what tomorrow is going to be different. You definitely thousand gonna com is gonna go no doubt about it. That money's gonna go see his the live opportunity. Everybody we got coast juon. He's i guess for today. You know we try to get him in yesterday so we just let them rockwood us to the end of the show right with with the news and sports the problem with this too also to a coastal you. Check out his radio show. We're gonna we're gonna the city. Here's the problem with this to you about the lose. Your jobs like that one hit wonder. Yeah no way. She adds a capitalize when go right but this whole election. She could have been doing stuff way. She should have been selling by trauma. Whatever coach ju-. If you is the manager i would add her. What's her name again. The managers how would you navigate through this with our jimmy. You got arrested. You made it big. What are you gonna do the top write judy. Gold that this right combined with should've got it going. She started started doing skits. Different places tell people they were gonna to job you doing. The joe biden study. I know because. I was trying to talk to him. I say i'm gonna give some news on weird wednesdays. I like to give news from different parts of the world right now. I'm going to take it down to mexico. You know there our neighbors. We'll see what's going on well. In mexico cartels are issuing a threat against the governor of san luis. Put the governor of san luis potosi okay. to cartels issued a threat to the governor of san luis potosi which i'm assuming is a certain area in mexico warning that his government should cooperate because they plan to seize the entire state. Could you imagine we stuff like that. Going on coach coaches from las vegas. That's close to mexico. He probably got some footage. It do the gulf cartel and the cartel day lows. Alabama's made the threat to governor. Juan manuel katerina's in a video that has been widely shared surrounded by four armed and masked men suspected cartel members out a message to the institutional revolutionary party governor governor. Juan manuel lopez. San luis potosi will burn in the last year of your six year term. We the final year of carrera's term began in late september. Oh that's this year this year. It's gonna burn off. We recommend that you speak with your narko government until your security chiefs that they can negotiate the states. Peace with us oh. The math event told the governor that his government reaches a deal with the two allied cartels current with the two allied cartels. Current officials won't have to go into hiding when they leave office next. Cbs chevy if you don't help us don't get in our way because we're coming with all the support of the keto which means the cowboy to seize the entire state stop screwing around yours sincerely cartel dalos almanacs and the gulf cartel so scary. A coach city. I'll even know why you read that story on this data cartel here due to on mexico as we speak san luis potosi to say thank they may net. They gonna mess him stuff up. If i was that government i would reach out to that cartel and demand a recount. Recant this is what the government doubt deal with serious down told the people not to be alarmed like this one like their computers. Bro call coach next question when you finished with sports we. This was the governor of this province province or whatever and you had a family like this guy and this cartel gave you a threat. what are you doing. I'm a follow group. You don't see. I'm going to follow you. Don't go up to the government and start talking like this unless you've got that kind of clout you know you. Can you imagine back in the day. Back in new york. Walking up to a new york rudy. Giuliani when he had no teachers day and be like you know what we're going to drive a taxi anyway. Don't become you know that's just crazy. I couldn't even imagine i would have to comply. I would comply. He told he told them if they keep sending his then he spoke directly to the army colonel right and that if he keeps sending these quote unquote asshole intelligence people that they will disappear them and their families so coach through if you now if you got noticed state and you get this information every staff no show right here. You have to find out doing now. You mean i'm running. Gotta shout you guys. These day rail thanking united states. We we draw viral videos about you about your job. They show up. Make sure you lose what this is almost like the men that tried to kidnap the governor again but these people think they would really kidnap the governor to them. We gotta get evil. People are going to start to disappear. Raise this this looks about probably like maybe two hours from mexico city so luis potosi three hours. There's only a few folks that only through places atas black folks can go like we could go to cancun and on the west coast of mexico. what's that point. The southern part of the western part of the yeah see those only two parts of mexico we we we we need to be all the rest of the wild wild west and mexico. No they're really working over there and just really quick in my last story oxford dictionaries. This is back in america. Oxford dictionaries are changing sexes. an outdated definitions of the word woman. I know sean will really appreciate that. They said we have expanded the dictionary coverage of woman with more examples and idiomatic phrases which depict women in a positive and active manner so phrases such as woman of the moment were added to equal the old saying of the man of the moment and one of the definitions of women now refers to a person's wife girlfriend or female lover as opposed to being tied to own a man. The definition for man was updated to include gender neutral terms and references to sexual attractiveness or activity where revised for man and woman entries. So now they're including all thrown out so you know when you look it up you get the full definition of what a woman is. We're not just tied to a man. So coaches poll distinction webster coach if he was edited this dictionary. We'll be some terms with the women city. My first one. I promise are. Stop saying broads. There'd be no more broads. I don't think you could stop again. Not gonna say brides you say say excuse so liberating for you. Sitting say braatz coach. I don't think broad work. 'cause i coach all an all girls basketball team so we try and power them to become powerful women so i'm loving the fact that no oxford is addiction jumping on our side. You know so. What are the terms that. I would definitely get rid of his bras. That's yeah that's it's kind of hard. I mean that doesn't say anything ford bronco brown bronze. I wanna know where that word though comes from like broad. What does that word makes. Coach broad is one of the words. Like bring it back. I would movement coaches coaches where he works women and so he worked with broad. He will the fire today and central. Yeah he definitely will be gone coach now. Definitely young ladies young lady. You don't thank you so now what we do because we've got no go right into. Let's go with harvey's houses. Sports one very own bobby cologne and special guests and from las vegas or coach ju x. Astros general manager. Jeff lulu louis. A fired at sign stealing scandal. He soon the team guys Yes he sued. The houston astros for a breach of contract on monday. A legend wbap astros owner. Jim crane and the major league baseball. Commissioner rob manfred. I'm negotiated penalties for sign stealing scandal that enable the team to paint lolo In a scapegoat form. I for the organization. Right will do so General manager or does he say order to say twenty. Two million dollar is guaranteed salary salary. That's why he fired him And january on now back in january you know houston astros. They had a whole investigation about stealing They were stealing size. That's how they wanted series august so he said that they used him as a scapegoat for for the team and he is suing them for his twenty. Two million dollars right. The houston astros could big cheating scandal and now general manager who have fire. That fire wants his money back once because everyone else was involved right. He took the down hates. They use escape. He's saying he lost twenty two million dollars making signals. That you can make but you're not allowed to me was that there was using other teams signals. They would win patient. I i saw i saw. It was all good. We could go against. Everything was fine when we were there was all kicking into the steelers science right now at wrestler astros able to get over the fence. He's one got caught. he saying it's on my My thing is you got caught steve. Unless you're bill belichick you're not gonna get away. Go ahead you a twenty two twenty two billion dollar loss kate this year keeping him out of the papers in a price love jog next year. Twenty two million back you over here so when people got your main pay got people. Talking matter of fact barbie. Cologne is having a story about you right now. So the simple fact of the matter that you're doing this and behavioral like this. You guarantee you're gonna lose out much more than twenty million. No let's go with the fact that oh body and coach say about the win world series and you the general matter you notice heating you like do you have that whistle blower check and say hey. I can't i got to have a press conference until everybody. This is going on or do you ride along with the punches approach. This isn't a target integrity khorasan. If if you knew that the you notice it probably just say cambozola brag everybody you know this you get in the heavy check the owner looking at your side i. Everybody knows going on You drop into dime I'm gonna tell you the truth. I'm i have to say something because if it doesn't get me at that point again at the parade when everybody's looking at me and sharon. I'm looking down at those kids. And talking about euro being dam is going to get the i i have to. I would have to say something okay. So so a few city with it was breaking news with blitzer coaches drew press conference in houston and coach. You come to the podium. Every saturday game four win the world series. He can't take an old coach. Would be your opening statements for the press with this bombshell or summation. What would you say i would say. I have cheated of the sport. Tally oh yeah. I'm a major where people are going to quote. This year's i feel outfield position. As manager and i have stolen from our fans i have shown i have shown by players things that by would not give to my children and i have wronged you and we have been cheated so if we have a win every game from here on out to prove that we are good enough i am willing to do so. I can no longer she. You know not not saying thank you know now now now now now now here now coach wooden the mexican cartel not to say a word food families going to be missing. They're going to disappear them. They're going to take wouldn't be doing now. That statement will be. He's allegations that out coming up against us. I vehemently deny these allegations. I want my lawyer need to find out what's going on right. You've been all the time questioning me. Find out the real find out. The real steelers really feeling old. nba player. Stephen brown agrees to a seven hundred fifty thousand dollars settlement with the city of milwaukee after twenty eighteen incident where he was tased by police though back in two thousand eighteen altercation with police and he said they use excessive force on him. How well the player a civil rights lawsuit in federal court claiming that they use excessive force and the evaluated they violated on the fourth amendment. According to the city bodycam footage released by the police department showed nba boxcars. Throwing brown cockatoo the rest officers and being shot with a stun gun so they agreed to a seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar a loss Settlement with him. And you know the milwaukee police department said that they will try to you know practice better police saying for the city extra et cetera. What they all say. Which coach guys say about that. First of all congratulations. I'm glad he got paid. He deserved it. That's thousand money. It was very wrong. Seen as a matter of fact. I'm very familiar with the story. And doing that sage. I'm talking about that same story on my shows and very familiar with the story. So my thing is with this is down. Dishes is happening in milwaukee wisconsin the same place. We jacob blake was shot. You know this is the same. The same team who stood off the mba play due to the simple fact that they couldn't take there's the injustice that was taking place any longer and they decided that they will stop the bubble. You know so the fact of the matter that this keeps on happening in the same place year after year time out the time this is this is not something i twenty million dollars been all race is not something that an apology. That digging to start doing better. Policing that statement i got is gonna make changes this deep wounded. This is something this is of the night we'd have to go win and change. Everything right moved department. Start fresh if it can happen to a multi million athletes wasn't gonna stop from happening to the average person who's gonna be the next jacob blake and it pulls it poses the question that outside to bring those down and go it. It poses the question in society when people issuing statements of apology where it is nothing has taken place to go ahead and remove this from hatton. Stop this from happening because we were really pleased about it when you think about the thought process behind it. At the time jacob blake was shot. There was a lawson on the books for a multi-million dollar athlete getting taste by the milwaukee police and it just it boggles my mind that people think that one apology twenty million dollars will change neck the same thing on for me to be performed. The changes have to be made. This has to stop because if is growing up. That's the only day up in the eighties. I'm not quite sean age. I assure you need if you need a coach. I got people coming at you those standings and all which but my thing is is that growing up. During the time that i grew up we knew that even though we had things that was bad for us if if we ever had that opportunity to make it into the realm of venus celebrity we knew that those things probably fade away. You know now being an adult. I look around i look at. I look at celebrities. Gillibrand james getting and we're thinking in front of his home in now look at. I look at what happened with tablets. Stuff alosha getting beat by the nyc. Police you know and he look at this this a million dollars. They'll save you. Don't protect you from nothing. I know it's kind of a scary situation. But i'm glad he got. You know. I definitely wanted to get paid. I'm glad he got paid but changes need to be made take awesome. Thank you and if you hear more about this you could follow. Coast ju on this show so coach. If you don't mind could cause the good. I'm gonna thank you. Thank you for your service. So they can they find you real quick coach because we go all right so if you are if while following the sean harvey morning show john not you can follow them. May see w and sports and cwa network. You can find me there to you. Know i'm less kick it with. We're gonna be talking about shoes and fashion and if you want to know that no that big important news. What's going on in basketball around the world. Check out ball you know. That's that's that's that's not show right. Get s that's that flavor. So we've coming up with something new something excited you can also check us out on. Radio dot com. Of course you know and any way you can find your great podcast you can find me to know and with they which as your podcast on all right now applied has actually it does remain every thursday. We do one every thursday or friday right Yes would think. Let's go coachman we appreciate you. Thank you so much for joining us for this last half an hour. Let's platform take you appreciate. Thank you thank you what we can. They find you you guys if facebook where be cologne instagram barbie. Cologne designs weeklong stylist and snapchat design bay. Four oh hold on hold on shocking want us any body shown is that we can get off right now has say a few words This is a nice. But i could talk about how ya doing. This is not be okay. Hence i chat remembered week. Okay okay yup. I was calling to tell you man when when you go off the air off the air every day man. My life is empty. i'm. I'm so. I'm so spoiled the show me and my granddaughter. Just look at each other when go off. Thanks for the kind words man. We really appreciate them a brother. Thank you and your granddaughter. We have so much love for her as well. Her cute south armao who voice. It is 'cause you'll be talking about somebody when she hears somebody voices into your body. A who did she go crazy her. Well we really appreciate you and your timing. Thank you so much. That means a lot for these kind words. That's not our job was offer. 'cause i'm out in the streets but i was calling to tell you but i can tell everybody. Thank you man. We appreciate your much too now. Do be filling some type of way when you don't shut me out you finding as sonny j on facebook sani underscore jan instagram j. On snapchat is okay shall have your facebook community on facebook instagram. Great show today. We're going through now. We're gonna head on over to roman we're gonna have fun there for the rest of the day. God willing we see god small. Don't forget barbie colognes. Big birthday celebration. That is tuesday december. The first we need everybody in the building. You'll come on out if your local let's show barbie colossal loved We're going to atlantic city december. The eleventh hit me up. We're going to do a whole eighteen hours. We in atlantic city owning. 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S2E53: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show  11/05/20 | Comedian James "Talent" Harris

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S2E53: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 11/05/20 | Comedian James "Talent" Harris

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Rooms gonna show them some love all the chat room right now and police say like show how future to up for shallow chat. Show them some love seeing last night Was like going on yesterday. Like everybody else life okay. Right it was a life day yesterday. So nobody's so so tiny. And i didn't get a chance to eat or do anything right too late night. Hate that the school so you know we ordered a takeout must seven thirty. This is one on which is normal right a right. So i don't know she said i'm going to order something fun what i'm going to be in the back knowing i'm super assessed on at this point of the evening. I'm got my face on the screen with stupor. Cnn stop watching right. Because sydney as as still as a as a recovering attic part of that is of obsessive and compulsive. Lock it on something and the saran right. I can understand disregarding the adhd so while. I'm sitting there with my big face glued to that stupid tv right looking at it looking up with blitz. Nostrils and steve king's fingers. I think i think that guy named steve king was on some watches. Domino's pizza okay. Cool origo wednesday night. We'd wednesday right and you like those pizza wings piece of wings. I love the pizza hut wings. They're not real time. I love the pizza hut wings. Like you used to like crave. Friday maybe to bassani to like like the skin. How do you like that. No that's not for me the way you can't explain just go ahead but those wendy's nuggets come on hot freshman when you go there like ten. Am the spicy. Or the regular regular holloway. Too much the pizza hut wings. Coming stupid bowl like open up the bowl. Assist the bowl for you. Sean and i always go pick it up anyway so last night. She got dominoes to get domino's and then of course like Where we're at this point. We're in the living room dining watching the tv and liberal. Because still the 'cause. I got every tv in that houses on scene. Take on every tv. I'll give give there right so steven a little boy doses to everybody. Everybody seeing into this thing is all so like only typical is dark when one st light. Anyway you can see the donald do because they had the senior they get the domino that big thing they w- they have on this dominant. Okay okay what happened. They had this thing you on the top of the. Yeah yeah their logo right right city you see this this black call this logo golic like a superhero young guy. I mean young like he was like in his early twenties right. Yea babylonian had the uniform on and everything donald on. Yeah so i. I look at go you pay. We got this we pay for this. Everything's good see. I pay so i don't make the exchange right. Thanks man right. Yeah and he will wait. A tip on are not always weedy war. Wait a minute. i was at where he was taken. Aback do no. Because i i'm aware right. And that's why you gals like you'll wait a minute. I couldn't be back. I said wait a minute. I i went back into timo because i always tip myself so i go tired. So did you tip this. Actually say yeah. Put it on the credit card on the app on the day. Yeah so i goes. Listen you tip is on the only thing he goes. It's not there. I'm not making not making right now. You argue on me in the cold outdoor. I see the stupid logo on car senior. Like like this like eliminating even more. We're talking about this tip. Whatever this thing is on top car. I can't believe this happened. Okay so then. Why did so she got. She goes See much because we everything's sees the thing that they would be like always think about that right now. How far is the domino's white guy babylonian black boy in me not going to be good because i curse them out and it'd be a so tiny goes. I'm going to deal with this right because she's already working a double shift. She's a nurse cocoa all over the place a lock on campus. The she said where do people buy from right now and does stores. They got a section on amazon. Probably get it from wish baby city. She wants to the door. Takes the pizza in. Close the door and we just had she was. She was more men and i was. That's got it right time. Sashes face. He's lucky papa title optics of it was so funny was so because he just walked away works his car just out of maybe had a delivery where he there was he just walked away and that was it. What else can you do again knocking door because he has to you. But i'll pas dude is really both in rain. I gosh i listen with said. I tipped already. You can kinda hit the frustrate you know how to right right right right the close day. He's even ask what as i go. Well listen sitting young man. I think the tip is she go out get it and i walked away. Good italian boy by l. sydney. I did make peace house in the corner in like a little bitch. You'll be talking about spiders. Got it happened so fast. No tien slamming that door. His face hat okay. She's right out to tanya vicinity adila room something and the guy didn't get if there was a tip that's employer you're right that has nothing to do with and you can take it back. I will go on my app and do that. You are ridiculous. You know manners. Who is your mother right as you do not do that. Hey that was. That was amazing. Then we then. Of course i went back on to watch cnn. But haven't me one time. Yeah i would bet i would leave. That was rude. Tapa the only once this was before cocoa. We went out to a restaurant and i was paying with my credit card but always lead tipping in cash because he is just so tallied hip in cash. So you have to go walk up to go pay for it and then come back so i wanted to go pay for it. And she says oh. You didn't lead it the way my hands got. I look like one of members from the exit. I was like i know as i said. Let me to you go abroad. She is here. Because i know girl i had had to lose something. You don't never had that to you. Know sitting whole city back in the days back in the city back into biblical days. You was in the fast food service round back there. Yeah cindy was folks tipping back in the day or were like what's the demographics. Tipping saying it was it the babylonians tip better black folks right. And i i would. What was the ratio that senior. I remember like people tipped. I always got like good tips so from everyone. So have you been in a situation never like anybody giving me like only people. That really didn't tell me young kids like in their teens or young couple. Cindy do you never encountered like more black people not okay so so say. Do you think that is more of the personality of the delivery person or the server that entices the person evidence of course the service of the food of course to entice them to tip more. Because this guy was i. I don't know if this guy is probably the guy last night probably would never get his proper tip age because of his attitude. No the one. Time i did i was i was a servicing these for a babylonian man and it was actually at. You remember in stroudsburg. Were they they had made a bennigan's a long time. But i had was servicing them and the they had order likely steaks. And all this stuff and the kitchen was like a mess him up real bad. I even had the manager out to talk to them and all this other stuff but i was trying to get them drinks and like talking to up and stuff like that. They didn't let me to you. Know they ended up getting their food even though the food was like not to their liking like two of them sent it back. And all this other stuff and all the lake brown-nosing i was doing lead me to And i know that some people don't do it because they say oh well if the kitchen messes up that mess up their tip. But i don't do that. I i've eaten at a place where you know. I had to send them necessarily sent it back. I was just like like. I got fried oysters. Fried too hard like they needed to change the oil. They got me new ones stuff like that and the waitress. She was like you could tell she was like stuff but i i still tip. It's not like you know so bobby. I always tip regard to have that. The services is at the service super bad. Like you'll get a dollar per se for example the as much over ovum away. But i guess i always tip but the young man last night he completely lost his mind. It was electric You know we have a chance to go by the last guy. I get it out. There man may not be so with this. You get more tips if you have a better attitude about. Hey you know yeah attitude and just you wanna serve people it because you like it is you. Don't do it if you don't like it because you know what they'll see. Other people bringing home a lot of money from being server. Oh i'm going to do that right down. You don't know what that personally puzzling to much because these people sometimes are nasty and he's still going to be like you know what not a problem and it's just like i really just want your spring realize like you're you're like they're so nasty so you're absolutely right. It's all about the attitude attitude and you rockin and you serve in or you delivering whatever you will get. Those tips will come action. That'll was hustling all night. Like how many deliveries you made. You told everybody using on that and how many people are just like ours. It's going to get come on. Your job is deluding to right. You probably got some. You got like a one star rating problems before we shout out to rome. Sydney are in barcelona Flower cam deora jackson. Let's grab this scaring me now with these over here. I mean they're gone. I'm gonna take them out back right. That's is on daisies. What are these calls are moms is holding on holding shout to dare jackson and i think where'd you get it from bouquets and things. I think she got every you send you in your right before we shall do darah one side of the plants do they gone or they almost gone and the other side is still. These roses are gone but these entities and this is approach three weeks. Yeah tomorrow will be three weeks. Yes she wants us to get rid of them. She said they often implicit. She doesn't want them. I'm surprised we haven't had nats gets too cold. And no no no no no mean. That's to pro. Cheer they probably. Let's go up in cologne. That that's those who stated to the last one dies damn showing. They're not go anywhere a long time because they're still it's getting freaky like maybe we should say scary. Bet they're living so long. Italian was the carbon monoxide. So listen we need to see the hearts in the chat room. We wanted to show you guys. Some love on a throwback thursday bobby cologne big birthday celebration. That's nanday. That's monday right. Tuesday day the flowers make it so barton price. Donald frame sedate. Well as given pressure for buyer of if we're going to atlantic city new york kings call in the hearts in the chat room. We want to show you got some better arts parts. let's go hey a heart or wait a heart. Hey wait a hard time for one. A hey what's up chapel. Hey let's go walk. hey pain for. Hey hey ads tearing down for that. We're using here yesterday. Welcome back king was here. You saw the pitch. Yes king knock knock. Oh not next up. Camera is off to the south side. Little bit frame outta shut out the king. Yeah great time he did. That's the second thing and trying to give my spot away. I don pathetic craziest migraine. I couldn't even got to be. Oh no you have to be careful with those great. You have to be careful with those. Yeah i get them every now and again but yesterday it was like i was getting it was happening. We have kim cable in a room. I is here. He can hello kimberley. Johnny whip oh is in the building. Good martin and johnny today woody. Can we need if necessary. Thrown is here haven as haven me. Yup pharma is good hebei. But what's going on. Hey a stop. It goes to our biggest flesh green. And it's pretty vague. I think it's like a. It's either sixty five hundred zero six one war right. Did he just washed ashore. Then small right so so like so when he's watching it like like sit on the couch bed who's going. it's bad. We could be in his room and so fully in the living room so full. Hd and all that on tv. Yeah every tv. We work with Know i think it's a chat room which work with because if it's not a sonian in bed i don't know what's going on now. It's not like a video or whatever you'll we talked about that guy diane hoh. We've had a diane hall is in the building. Good morning dian the beautiful shepherdess. Here lewanda willis ds But george henry. Is he a whistle. But hey the methods in the building and good morning shutout to veronica walkers jackson hello veronica good morning to you. Del andrews is here. hey beautiful. Good morning Natalie right is here. Good morning natalie. Muench ao hey girl. Y'all she me. Malaysia's i said. Okay i do my lashes. Hey child i need them real natural because you know only i wanna be wait say know the possess for my birthday weekend so she hooked me up with some natural good lash look great and a lot of folks watching so great works talk about. I wanna talk about it. I thought i talking right but you did good girls. I appreciate you. Merit is in the building. Hamer hamer murph. We had this discussion before. And i know you're listening. I said is submerged. Stay in the house and slowdown hand. Listen is matter of okay. Mark murphy is in the hospital came back and he called the last week. It was in the hospital. Yeah and i said on this show. Slow your ass down right cine. He's still out there running these streets. He are hit him. Let's grove then. Sit behind down my goodness q. Williams is here. Hey cutie q avis. Denise is in the building. good morning. A avis favor nurse. Hey girl made ban you jowled. Is he had anything new. Daniel shimron down. And it's in good morning nicky. Tell everybody out here with the. I called her nikki yesterday too. That's okay shrimp food permission ever or deny causing i think she prefers nikki nikki since like forever. Okay acre me. And i her best friends high highschool. Oh that's cool yeah fan. She don't mind. Well i never sean never mind why there for whatever i mean she had. I think she just got went issues. I wonder what what two twenty one. I was like that. Yeah she's also she's Who was we have here. lion is here morning. Darrow howard horn and boris said murph. Get yeah yeah right yes. Susan murray or stayed the building. I can't you can't even get a good enough. You want to be at the damn straight vaccine. Would you like when he was young. And your parents as ain't no. Why trap trample way. Mcconnell jessica wilcox is he. Hey jessica. Morning markus mr one emoji jackson is he Henna marcus good morning. Markus myron benton is here. good morning. My myron. Are you new. Yeah i believe you are well. Welcome to the show. We appreciate you tune in and please let us know. How did you hear about show and it to you all. Don't keep wallace goodness to yourself. Selfish haven't heard you around these parts who you is. Essentially who must shell hill. Hey michelle good and michelle. How're you to say any. It's michelle hill. Sean longtime listener. Great god bless you michelle. Dear jackson is he a. Hey good morning girl. Beloved because heater hello baby. Good morning mr robinson do because marbey last night or yesterday morning bad and it was bad. I totally wait a minute. Hold on before. And she did a double bonus. She gave a two for one rose island. What happen was the ripping the whole at the whole thing. You know everybody is good to see you chop it up and was totally done and didn't realize lynette portland that she said she said. Oh i guess not for me today. I guess i'll make my own and then from fred. How zoo was busy yesterday. I forgive tabbies. Okay thing now here though. Barbie participated that we don't want names come up so fast. Get all right. This is negligence with cine happy. Man blocks him all the time blocker like i got i got. It's my gillet. Well look look at us here in this funny net net net cerrado is next. Hey hey here you go. Job is done correctly. Yeah it's fine morita chocolate and the same man. Hey bill good morning. I'm talking about why you think what you love to. He waits for read. That's why am i don yeah. Aj meet good morning. That the borough free ninety nine lesley's and was suffering any nine. hey girl. Hey jim ferguson. I would boy but not 'cause you're the chat room chat room member other week. Chambal back call him. Hey valerie valerie break is squeaky hayes. Wiki tricky in the middle of the twentieth day. What's going on out there in them. Streets who you garden today right shan the logan. Hello beautiful gordon didn't you. Hey shonda the realme robo giant said is he a hero. Good mornin heynen lerma shelley thomas. Laura's put up graham surprise you up this show girl we wish you have. You finally adjusted to the kelly. Because what time is it over. There was the whole world. Nobody been sleeping last two days because they wanna they wanna know. The president is not too. But i still slept. I slept really good last night Ever wow sure. I'll be more to show sydney blobby ladies. He's chat room on how you doing. Mama that's right. You woke us. Grace thought that is that is the truth so blasphemy. How are you been bobby great today. I'm great today yourself up your mind at home now. Mine is here with me to the grave is home cake. King knocked over everything. I heard read muck and here the big show. Yeah but he's kind of small and person he's not that big what are you doing. What are you doing over there. What was sound in the background of amir right. That grow quietness okay. Okay voices back. I'm all right all right now. Any plans today benach today. it's going to be doing. I got to speak to her. It's been like two months. i got yesterday. She enjoyed your so. I was kind of worry that does she got kidnapped. They sent up back. Well that's good we're fine. We're just shout out. The room wanted to check in with you. Check all right just listening to you because advocation through cindy jada. So i just want to check him. Sean chat remember the week. I want him to get of his bang for his buck. You know we we saw user. We might have a bertrand does does short man. You know what. I write my bet myron in my. You know i didn't know okay. Thanks man suppose okay. Sure gets back in the day the hall hospital well thank. Y'all got any issues. i needed. Speak now getting started should just stay tuned. maybe not say no but John grisham all today especially because the whole team back always feels good together. Say watch it'd be more of a man. I love y'all that'd be to run you. Just get back in there and that chat room. I leave it all right. I have a great day the anything else. You like to say not me. No no i just want to check on them. Just let him know. He said hey. Wake about you care about you because you tip. that's always. It should be a savy though. We planted domino's guy was being a scam right trying times. Oh man yeah. Get a piece. Pc that colbert Okay everybody day i Like i said before. Love your neighbor out to all right. Have a great one. Yeah have a great one. Are we saying they wanna know how he's being. Put your name of the chat room. Yeah many term again today but be a k. Okay us right. They they you you. That's my man you'll deal deal in come on. Hey ker stop knock. How do you spoke to not be an okay okay. Okay okay like bangkok with g. No doubt okay. Not the poem photo you posted on home. No problem anytime. Chat midweek young pitcher at senior young kitchen accurate. I want i want cindy i want to be in a relationship. He has two or three time too much time going on with him needs to be in the he needs to be a relationship. He needs to stop making love to himself. You'll find a girlfriend bro. Online girlfriend time time is never free because when you live somewhere you gotta pay work. I want you to find out what. I want you to find a girlfriend exactly go brain i wanted. I want to be okay. I'll tell you what the regardless old baby bubble or a girlfriend when you call it tomorrow we want. I want you to introduce the world to your new girlfriend. Okay who it is give somebody else a straight answer what it is tomorrow and that when you call tomorrow i want another voice there. Okay i don't want to hear your voice when i hear your voice with somebody else. You have too much free time. You're calling every day if you're gonna call every day i need you to get more original. Wants you to have somebody on the other end of that lot city. I want him to have a baby. Mother of brand new girlfriend the lady in the data somebody on the other end of this phone tomorrow when you call it but not. Can you do that. that does do that. Much in a behavioral. We're so the next time he calls in here have somebody else on the phone with them. I mean tha. That's the challenge. The that's the challenge. Today you have a lot to do. You have a lot of free time today. Set it up. I don't care who it is tomorrow morning. Has somebody else on that phone which you why you sitting in a little studio. I mean that means I have to stay at her house. So let's the city. No do you think that before. Take a break. Do you think that are not will have somebody on the phone with him tomorrow. I'll fisher okay. Do you have the confidence that we'll have another female on them tomorrow. When his cousin or somebody kill have female okay. I don't think he i don't think he can. I don't think he. I don't think that benakka fai the female every day ladies lately one of my friends saying it's i know right to get snatched up. Let me say right now. We don't know what i have gone on. Sean tell you one thing. I do know this. We gotta benach challenge tomorrow morning when you call. We want to female on the line. That's it twenty four hours. Jane i can get you twenty four minutes right here about to get somebody for the show. No i wanted. I wanted to do it tomorrow tomorrow morning. When you call in my brother. I call you back at nine tomorrow. Be fine tomorrow at this trying to get me off the phone. We have to fill now. I don't believe that you don't believe. I can't get tomorrow them wrong tomorrow. At seven fifty five call in with another female is called the benach challenge. Okay might be a three way. But i don't know no no. I said this person has to be right there with you. Show we all three way. She writes it nope now they we go through. God bless you having a pleasure knocked challenge singer maria. Hey maria longtime though seager. Good morning see. Len rooney is here. Good morning crystal. Take us all. Hey peach cream just popped in. Hey good morning to you. Younger net is in the building. Come on in. How are you today. The real sakina scott is in the building. Hey girl good nicole. Harrah's is in the building gut minded girl and last with at least they're beautiful and the one and only the godmother of communist tina graham. It's in the building. We hey beautiful. Yes those other names that i have seen right now if you are here and you're creeping but you wanted me to shout you out this pulo period. Where data something sokolow. You're not going to get you on the next one. that's right. 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Good morning good morning and shelly. Hey shelley in yes and he said what. Am i doing this early. I wasn't feeling well. And then i haven't found the so. I looked at the time then tune into my family. That's good. We hope that you can stay the whole show. Don't you about fine change. I'm still struggling. I tell you it's bad enough being bombed yet and then you can't sleep and then you look at the time when the get you know. You're not on the east coast anymore by in the getting up and then i don't get to sleep that i need. I do in the middle of the day doing whatever you know. It's crazy but i'm hoping in food. So i can go to bed like normal people right up and take equal or something. When i was tony you can't take a sequel melatonin not. I don't know. I i checked the was melenchon and all that stuff. None of that stuff seems to work. Even though i know somebody. I know someone just like this. That suffer from symptoms anywhere can't go sleep. Just i keep telling people is one thing that'll prove me to swing and say we all grown in the major orgasm among it. So you know way nationally to say orgasm major organs in your sleep going city guy forbid back in helpless for me gave it. Well that will do it. Go with good do that. Every night. people may be back on the lead every abc thirteen you need. You need this every night. Go to sleep nice. Oh say this. More regular than. I might be more tempted to you know. Come go to bed and you know what i'm going to link you up with my homegirl. Because she has the same problem. I feel so bad for this woman. The the the can't go sleep like goes. let me john. This is how she's going to help. See sydney i am the i am great at people together. Okay right i could bring shelly my homegirl together. Right they could talk about what they wanna it. Talk shelly. don't wanna talk shows warwick affordable and cj gimmicks folks short. I don't wanna. I don't wanna so when you up in the middle of the night what are you doing man. Heavies is coloring. I'm doing diamonds hank. A diamond paint and watching. You rather be given away to cause even crane on that but while within the cookies and cream off you open minded to that. Why are you doing all these activities in the middle of the night. Would you like the conversation with somebody. That's just as wide awake is you are at three in the morning because the conversation good in it'll go on for hours and then i'm still but you guys are still up anyway succumb in bonn you don't you don't you. Don't you want other people that are up in the middle of the night like you. I think the point when asked. Insomniac sessions sean. They need to go to sleep but not the day. I understand that but also understand. Wouldn't it be good to have a winning. Be good but wouldn't it be good to have a network of people that have the same issue and sometimes to like talk about methods of. I honestly sleep in the day happen. Shelly you sleep in the day sitting back. Yeah go walk you on the day i. I'm the type. I can't say i'm going go take a nap coming here and close my eyes when i'm sleep. I wish i could do all right ex husband to kiss you good night. 'cause seconds later that'd be grows in ripley than i wanted to punch him in the for because who does that able to co go to sleep. But i can't do it but okay so i sympathize richie so my whole thing is do you know other people that suffer from which is suffering through. I do right so do you guys league up and talk about this 'cause they're not necessarily people. I wanted into the middle of the night duplicity. What you wanted was sending what you want to have a go-to person with says whatever she's doing in the middle of night going out like me she's going to be anyway the first thing me. I'm not a real telephone person in anybody closely will tell you. I'm all for calling and saying touch by phone. So i ensured a smoke signals that that's a conversation that would be short lived so yeah not over in work so so so before we take a break. We don't miss the all the brakes. So when is that moment cindy the moment when his talk with schiller. Wins your moment when like okay. I'm feeling sleepy. And i'm about to go to sleep like. When does that happen with tom today. Does that happening. I mean we're time of the night. Does that usually about the time she dies on is when i started in all night. Four o'clock in the morning. Go on and i put the tv on timer because the tv is an on then. I'm wide awake though. I'll have to fall asleep with this on but the slightest thing yet once a month a month i can't go back to i sleep. I sleep with the tv on. Cine is a comfort for me. Bobby tb on-off. I prefer turn like. I like darkness and quiet and shelly. What about you tv on. Tv has to be has to be on city I prefer the i actually. I put the timer on my tv. So it turns after. I you know after i fall asleep. So that means you have to have. I mean it in a longer gir- shelley. What's crazy is the tv like and beyond but if the tv goes off and there's another life though center rome. I'm irritated in. I don't know a few close is is i'm awake. I'm i'm i'm a medical journal for some damn body out is is not natural now any tantalizing size. Tv light in annoyed. And i'm awake now now saying this would be Like like just say like holding of world right right say a shelley and now in a relationship right probably would have been after the question about i would even fast track all the way into the two thousand sydney relationship with shelly and shelly. We've seen her in person and we shelley's very beautiful very attractive young lady default and smart and this this great heart. Nothing well tolerate the relationship with a young lady. Like shelley's i can't sleep at all night gotta get some sleep. I got things to do. sally i loved you you you get the cookie as much as you want. No no no no no no no no no no but you'd be freaking me out walking around the house at three thirty four o'clock in the morning that will freak me out to walk around the house. I'm doing other things. I could be sitting bed sitting in my color city or diamond paint thing. I want to know more about city. Wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute cine as a grown ass. Man i'm not going to be in the full sleep and then turn around and you know adjust myself and glance up and see shelly in the chair. Diming painting at four o'clock with two boys aged that would freak me out with the tv on and can't go to sleep even outrage after the smash and then the next night. She's running around doing things that will freak me the book the little bit little bit. No you probably deal with it because he no doubt. What am i getting any sleep when there's e- belt that's when i'd have to come into your cattle and i'm telling you if you if you get in the habit in you my man you could put me to sleep. You might cure the sonia hafer over thirty years now. Zam winds sending the city. Let's do the math. Let's do the math. I'm fifty five years ago. I guess seven. Sperms left and i'm fifty seven. She's been she's been she's been wide awake in the middle of the night for thirty years ago. Out if i could cure this as in this city at this age i have to get sleep. Right sean together. I think they're probably making thirty years. City how can i had this woman in my life. She won't go to sleep. Needs a what kind of what kind of orgasm does she need again. Amid. not not. Regular orgasms zeta. Major major oregon. Women hasn't been right. She was calling. You know sadder reading right. Does we got she. She must lease this. Every overnight or city am not stay. I'd stay shelly outstay. Oh yeah the show. Have you been have you been. Have you been asleep tonight. Well see zinni. Well having been up all night. I'll get you some. Copd smuggled tries try harder in this new york city blunt. Like something like that. I can't stand the smell of that stuff and keep telling me to take that oil stuff. That i it smells like shaped like it. I don't want to do it. Yeah you have to try it the oil before you can eat something. You can eat a brownie. Some eat like the smell Old-fashioned cover the nose covering get your interest or get other things. I actually bought my mom. cbd pillow. It's supposed to be relaxing. How you go to sleep You can try those. You don't have to do anything with teach cnn. even though. I strongly suggest that. Because i could go to shelley. We definitely sympathize with rice. Any woman has been one. I put your sleeve go online have you. You should feel data sites line and you're in a new place girl. i actually. The plus side is if i happen to be awake by four. Am my time then. I can log on with you guys. It's usually about between three and thirty in the morning when i finally start feeling this morning. I just wasn't feeling well so shooting. Get my family on the phone. God bless cine. This woman is going to be up to like ten thirty in the morning west coast. Thomas split that's foods was going to be a show that you need to go to sleep. Turn i'll probably get sleepy now. Gives you a toy walk on visit. I need an account with that. Adamant he somebody him. Everything would before we go. We got all kinds of what if we send we talked about before one of those The doll you know. She gets you by their classic. You don't want to like luke cage. Classic man that this in the closet like silicone or so and then you put them down you put them next to the bed and then you can have that major orgasm you're talking about and you could go to sleep and right i need a real man larkham stamina or you don't need a real man you don't need a real man. You dog too should be an option telephone relationship. Don't you sleep better. Yes yes. I do i fall right to sleep. I have any issues. Sydney's a relationship you'll find one or doesn't have to be a relationship would be on whatever you want to sleep. As long as they could be available right. You need a relationship this dement. The women's has slipped thirty years. She i'd seen these relationships. You need every day relationship and she needs that relationship of with of abu would a man or sexual preference with. I would say a man and she needs to be in tuned with his schedule. And there's a whole asleep. Then she'll fall sleep demand stars and then we'll got you've gotta come with the whole package. Well you know cine benakka single. He's all the way over here She she she can minute no shoot go online right by somebody. First of all this is not the not go out there and live with her too much wa. You know what you guys are dream real whatever we gotta take a break. 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Dr dre alleged mistresses to speak out the three women that she is to subpoena as witnesses are jillian speer kili anderson and crystal rogers who is also known as crystal sierra. I don't know if that's stage. Name another man. All women are fighting against the colts attempt to subpoena them. All of the women have reportedly hired. Chris lafon to help. Stop the subpoenas emotion to stop. The subpoenas was filed this week and stated that none of the women have information to the enforceability of the premarital agreement. The pre-nup levine said any extramarital affair would be irrelevant. Because california is a no fault divorce state and in a pleading or proceeding for dissolution of marriage or legal separation of the parties including depositions and discovery proceedings. Evidence of specific acts of misconduct is improper and in admissible so initially when nicole filed for divorce it was believed that she had no pre pre-nup in please however when he responded to her filing it was revealed that there was in fact their pre however claimed that she was pressured into signing it and said two years into the marriage he tore it up after allegedly admitting that he felt ashamed for making her sign it nonetheless saga to hold on first of all they become in. My favorite couple is juicy. So you know about the what's city seyni first of all So she's basically saying the pre-nup was invalid once he had those first of all. But that's gonna have a pre-nup now we still don't know what he's hair peanut Just you tear it up. He's not an still filed in the court system right but we don't see and she asked pretense was probably know pre. It's not a no discovery average right like you said that's something that you can simply go to the courthouse and pick up all of this over already if he had the pre-nup exactly so where would be illegal right show up dry shows like you ripped it up and didn't like that. It would be safe to say that Dr dre probably has a billion dollar pins pause pause so excuse me City j. I think three misters three mistresses. Low number for a guy like that. He got some loyal wants to in. I want to get him in a way because daca have all his side checks and there'll be none of that of not nonsense in court nicole. I will reduce this down to now. I always say give one hundred million dollars and teller. Shut up because of her behavior. Dumb that down a two hundred million dollars because this is not about several ration- in divorce. This woman has completely to my end. Singer was be safe to say that. She's having a mental breakdown now because she believes in her mind that she obtained all of this. You didn't young lady. of course you're married. You had to man's children. Yes you deserve have never never disputed that well. You didn't ask all this. You didn't come out with that chronic album. You didn't do. You didn't do the beach padre then nothing bang. Just take money. You have your family. Your kids are grown. Go on all to the sunset. He's paying for your attorneys. The acura and call stresses man to ask so obvious. Live some relaxation queen right. Thanks because you you you making women look real just now women no know you always wanted to call you all the money from the menu always do that but this one she called dre contacted the mistresses don't have that was like yo told us. No i get hit with some money to call and don't even so nicole violence you. You're doing a lot unite even paying for none of this. She's trying to run it up. What are you what are you doing. Take you billions and hundreds of millions city. The guys were with eight hundred million dollars. I'm that close to three. Keep saying three pick up his motorcycle lock it. how how. Fast the league probed right. You're upsetting his three. You're sleeping dragon canoe. All those are the sole sets. He's on his the second third. Leave the in real like obnoxious now. Just become a really stupid and go away. Nicole lake find you. Amanda do keep saying like mckinsey. Bazo follow harley mike smith you can't basil's you didn't say is you is not good. Look for you right now. You calling up the mrs and you want them to testify base. Let him which was to say this where you want them to testify in court. You think they're going to do this You filing subpoenaed remember this has become in frivolous now singer. Yeah but you you. Nicole andrey are becoming my favorite break-up couple 'cause she going in yeah but Can you say knock knock issues. She's she's a narcissist man is. This is all about her and about nothing else go away. I'm no trade. I guess not. You're not the type of story where you sympathize with a man who got three seventeen mistresses. You start started sympathize with drain splitting putting up with this said. That's why he's out the door that's right now. We know why he ran out is tickets crazy man. Mostly all crazy anyways waimea now mr without no money mind kanye west or we go from coal kanye west who you know. Shout out to him. He had over fifty thousand votes across america. Many of them were right in the hold on. Hold on before we go. Oh you want to look. She must has an incredible vaginas. I'll stop it show. the giant. gabby crazy probably quit. Because he could've ended this longtime seybardan morning family. How you guys doing this. This is next door got good morning. Good morning how you doing this. One god all look fabulous okay. How's everything going. i'm. I'm i'm just excited alter so every morning. I don't know excited thinking chat room number two week of course is going on here. It's cold boring in florida. Nice outside and you can't do anything. No go well. The beaches aren't down there anything. I'm sorry the beaches open Biz pretty much. Almost everything is very open. But it's up to you. You know people are getting very comfortable and You know they can get as comfortable as they want to remind myself. I'm you know. I'm a two time cancer survivor. You know i can't afford to fit yeah and My grandson also asthmatic. can i just can't afford to bring that in my household so i do. What's necessary you know. I wear my math uncle out every now and again but believe me. It's not in crowds definitely. Well at least the weather's kinda nice can enjoy being outside one day today. That's what we hope for. A girl i wanted to be won't be tomorrow. You won't be. It won't be the norm but it will be as close to normalcy as possible and you know we have to We have to continue to understand that. We've been down this road before we've been here before it's just never been this bad. I've never seen it this but we've been here before and and we got a one time we'll get to it again. That's right that's right. What was the first time. it's by h one year. Soi makhala killed ten people. It's different for a larger magnitude. Spanish voice before an crisis is is something that You know just like age. It just gets faina. Gasol senior to christ when when my Second baby mode child support and that was a crisis. Just great okay. The judge the judge the sock timmy. On that one. Yeah yeah i can. Oh man and barbara cologne. The money came right out of my check rat while we're still in the courtroom Yeah they've got the first induction while i was in the. Oh gosh kim. And while i was in calling kanye west. We're going to get going to get to connie west to to to come on new york king. Hey our salama folks do fisher. I know that this man who else shawn. I always say new york king towns. I always say if he gets sick Urban communist east coast. It's just always working. Is this my favorite morning show nine. Okay okay. I have to make sure to make sure when i pick up the phone. You know what i mean. How would have been the proud boys morning. Joe that you could make sure people voted the right way. I hope i don't sound like boy. You see some of the women in the boys go. All sports bras sports bras girl. Got him back barbies saying a lot. And that's because you know we go into atlantic city right on december. The eleventh and bobby colognes inboxes been bombarded with all type of questions. Cj that's right like yeah like what colors the carpet in the on the gambling floor like this all the all the colors going to be joe biden and blue right now. We credit bloomberg michael. We've democrat sending them home fan so colonia birthday is actually the. There's a lot of listeners that we have right now to listen to city. A lot of a lot of birthdays are in december. Yeah yeah going to be any date out k. there are a lot of a december birthday december. First diane diane hall husbands mark mark. linda linda. I think who was there. Somebody is november. So we've got to celebrate this big deal. Celebrate some special. So you know what i'm gonna do you know. I got all of the gifts and the prizes emerged that we're going to give birthday gift to everybody who birthdays in the month of december to come on this trip to come on. His trip won't get up a birthday gift. Courtesy in new york king talent. We all grew up in in december special month. So if you have you celebrating a december birthday oh you get you get hooked up before the king talks about this trip any everyone that's listening. Everybody is listening sheboygan whole boy shaun king saul harvey's we going to atlantic city december. The eleventh yes. We start in boxing me now. You got two people that want to go three. we're going to atlantic city. Everyone december the eleventh. Will tally what we're doing. So we're going to atlantic city man and and the only reason that we not blessed people obvious colbert reasons. You know everybody you know. Get their own day travel. Get your van. Loaded up whatever we go meet in atlantic city at the claridge hotel which is connected to the bally's casino works and all that stuff that you wanna do on a regular already there but when you buy your room package you know room is included. You know you got the hospital sweet kickoff perception meet and greet with the the food and the drinks and all that. Then we're gonna give you not one. We're going to give you to comedy shows in the party. We're going to give you a comedy show. Friday night the night we get there and we're gonna roll into an after party on that and then the next day at noon you know when it's time to check out and people spent the night and they wake up the next day we're gonna do a bomb voyage party to and another comedy show to send you off totally two different lineups. Two different comedy shows you get in to comedy shows getting hospitality suite in the meet and greet you get into karaoke idol contacts cash prizes. All that end if birthday in december do get some free stuff what can on december get the take day and you know what bobby was very exciting about. This exciting sean. Whatever package you choose you can leave a deposit now. Back by 'em pay later. I'll have to pay it all today all right. Let's enemy inning inexpensive. We doing this trip style where you can have one in the room to enroll three in a row depending on your budget you but i don't know you but you know what i'm saying. You might have to covert nineteen budget. You might still be working on the stimulus package buckets. You know what. I mean over inflated unemployment check budget right right. That's right. that's the beauty of this. We right around the corner. I reaching out to all the folks all our supporters. hang out because bobby clone. How many times have we talked about like having a show here. You know the the sean hardy comedy shows and all that we can't we can't even dorm here the big after parties Go along with the comedy show when we had the town and all these other folks down here in the poconos emily valley. All this stuff is shutdown. Now going to we go into a land go ahead six city going eight. We can't do nothing you don't think about the city i would have thirty five comedy shows. Okay pig north hampton. County and monroe. County is shut down right. We alantic city india after party jordan. Karaoke round the casino. I like a little karaoke top of that. You meet new people. You got your mass on van killing waco who got it all set up that we hear into the guidelines. You don't mean you got your social distance. You got your mask on your mum. Good people like you said you meeting good people from all of you know what i mean. We're going to be out there. Making this thing happened overnight comedy jam. You don't wanna miss it showing rby your boy talent and friends who does not one show to comedy shows including your package to and we partying become party and bull region. There's a lot of us that's been in you know. Of course all of us affected by the cocoa because a lot of us haven't had talent. I have the honor and a privilege to do live events. A lot of my people's here in pennsylvania and in this area haven't even been to a live it all year. Yeah we're we're not doing zoo. We're not doing all that stuff. I know i haven't we. City everybody clap orlando city mccaffrey. Atlantic city december eleventh man. You wanna be a part of it man. Let's go what time the doors opened my friend. Well we're going to meet up there check in you know and and there's four o'clock you know what i mean. Everything's start for soon as you get there and check in you're gonna hear us in the ballroom cutting up your i mean we're gonna see us in there with the food set up and the hospitality thing we call the sweet. We got the ball rolling. Their you come in you. Put your bags now. You're checking your own. Become you know meet and greet for an hour and a half two hours. You know what i mean. Then you get some downtime. You come back about eight. Nine o'clock get that comedy show on the belt. Is all black party that night. So you yeah your black on we roll right into the after party and we go to in the morning you know how it is in atlantic city so you know atlantic city and closed so okay. So how many deejays got on deck foot is so. Dj's on deck. On be crazy. The verne gay mike going to be in the building man. I'm a put a call in and we might have two kidnapped. Your boy hot sauce getting over there dallas. Now now basic questions okay. Barbie had a few basic questions will have people's and there was some folks that were talking about his his. The one question saney folks are saying hitting me up like you're we're being atlantic city that day that weekend right but not staying at that hotel. How does that work with them. Coming to the event Unfortunately we can't accommodate the people like this is one of those things and you gotta buy to the package for for the again for obvious reasons and the pandemic and covid nineteen. We can't just have people just coming in like we gotta locking crowd amount of rooms that we have to sell accommodate that number of people that were allowed to have in the ball. You know what. I mean right so so we can't go outside at all anyway like the normal times. Come on get forty dollars for that. Being end luxury right that luxuries gone. Everyone due to covid nineteen is the walk ins and we come in and i would love to accommodate everyone with this. We can but if you purchase the package you still get the bang for your buck. Let me show you. Let me share a quick story which you've already come on man. Rod jackson promoter we do a cruise right twice a year right right he. He promotes his cruise and and he does a great event right sitting right talent right right and then what people do is rob. Has the package out there saying. He just bought a package seven days. You know the cruise the whole thing with some of our folks do instead of supporting this particular cruise. They go off and purchase the ships package taking that. They save some money. Without bypassing rob right. But here's the problem when you do that. Rock charges three hundred dollars at the door to get in. Yeah so you should be doing the same thing. I would get the bang for your bucks which are hotel. You stay in that switch stat. We'll hotel we're in. We're in the claris bally's resort and here's the thing is the thing so with that. It's like it's a whole weekend so if you wanna enjoy whatever hotel and do all that many stuff but that you got another day to to do that but on friday. Why wouldn't you come over here. The same rate you will pay for one joint. You getting mad extras like that hotels and giving you the food and drink and you know the prizes and all that stuff and to comedy shows you spend the comedy shows that sixty bucks right there right so one hundred fifty dollars coming sixty bucks is not entertaining spending eighty dollars exactly so everyone you know. China's switch up your combinations. You'll hit me up. You can hit up. Bobby up the hit me up. We're going to atlantic city. We'll put the fly up in the group room. I'm gonna start talking about it. Go ahead go ahead. uk talent. The flyer doesn't have a phone number or email address. How can you get a contract with any contact. Has what doesn't have a phone number or email people. Wanna put up there sean. Harvey yes your contact. Yeah so anybody that wanted to go on this trip. Anybody interested deposits. and your. name's lock you situation down your packets. You will go through shaw you. We in his dad's in districts biden. We wait in nevada to wait on you waiting on the lehigh valley. We're doing no pa. That's that's sean district right. You know what i mean. We wait wait on nevada in latin. Funny so We've gone ample promotions. I wanna see some of my people's down there let's go down there shaw moisture feature wakeham teen crew. Let's turn up can less. Let's let's listen. We sa- pilgrimage to atlantic city. Yeah i was gonna talk about this every day until we outta here with turn it up people coming out already. I wanna see the whole chat room and everyone in atlantic city up of seven zero nine two six nine five zero. Email me there so you can email was the show. Email the sean harvey morning show at gmail.com dot com. And this city t. We're gonna give you the last word bro. First of all. I just want to say that's a damn shame when you ask you gotta ask her what the email is email again. Think before you get the last word let let's Been i've been super obsessing. I've been like my big faces. Been enough that flat screen. Tv with cnn. Looking up like i said looking wolf blitzer nachos. What are you doing with this. How you feel about this whole thing and and what's the latest. Oh well we talked about. The news is the thing. I feel great. I feel great. And i'm going to give everybody my my national conspiracy theory. Is i want people to understand that this thing. They knew it was what it was the night of in this when it got the votes in and all that but they had to drag it out this. It's tiring a stressful. Some people but look at the big picture the powers that be seeing the state in the climate of the country and they knew if we got those results tonight of you guys unfortunately got some crazies out there a maniac groups that was physically trying to harm people. You know fellow americans. They got nothing to do it. Nothing except boeing so you stretch it out and you kinda dilute the anger. Let the fire die down. So that when it's official tissue you know that if you have where you would've did something crazy you not so much now. I'm not saying nobody's gonna do nothing. But i'm saying you cut it down drastically. Cut those numbers now. You know violence and acts very in a drastic manner. You know what i mean. But i think that's the way the way to do that. You know what i mean. So we'll be on you'll find out probably at the end of this day which dates three now. You know you know what. I'm saying. You'll find out on day three so the person that was going to do a lot of those people are going gonna do some crazy on day one on night. Kind of subdued him. You know what i mean. Calm the country. Now let's get back to took place asto men initiate the other way we start going back the other way new york king. We can find a fine me man all day. I'm gonna come on social media today at eleven o'clock with my show in the platforms called the race debate as me and amir silly is going to be talking about some issues today. Obviously some election country stuff at eleven o'clock on twitter is just comedy instagram at talented comedian. And i'll see book king talent harris. Whatever your flavor is komo chime in and part of this conversation your king. Atlantic say december. Seventy eleven we're talking about came out. You gotta be mama cine. Yeah we're back onto atlantic city getting outta here tournus local thing for a whole year. I am local well. Ps cine yeah. Connie west yes connie west. He has yeah crazy. No because i was looking for the story. I didn't mean to sign that i apologize. Kanye west losing the presidential election. He does he he well actually on tuesday. He revealed he revealed. It was his first time voting for president of the united states and he revealed. He voted for himself. He said god is so good to them. Voting for the first time in my life for the president of the united states and for someone. I truly trust me. Oh well he said we will heal. We will cure. He also experienced his first loss in a presidential race. Like i said after earning an estimated fifty thousand plus votes connie west seemingly upset accepted that his shot at the white house is gone. Four now kinda tweeted a graphic of what appears to be his silhouette against a map of united states with the words welp kind yay twenty twenty four teasing another presidential run in four years Definitely people knew that kind of shot at winning. The presidential election was existent especially considering. He failed to get on the ballot in multiple states including south carolina where he held his first rally so shout to konya. Do wanna give a shot. I do wanna give a shout out why you said it was fifty thousand votes. That was fifty thousand votes. He took away from king. Forty five or yeah but but the county was more of a trump guy. Here he was. He was shocked shocked. More show cine bar more my people whose is tyrod normal day okay. Good who's this. This is quincy rather quincy. Hey quincy quincy quincy bars king Showing harvey. yes sir. You bet you you know you. You changed on our here from me once a month since you got engaged. You kinda change as fan. How do they get new hidden. Not see every time. I do follow on social media and i do comment on everything you do so right now but you know i love you. The deficit recently register. Your girl she needs need be posted. And you know on social media. But i'd be around. We'll just set it on everybody. Hey associated press in cnn not on the same page here because they got five to sixty four cnn still sitting at fifty three was going on this cnn's behind with that. I'm going with the ap. I don't know which one it is under the lungs. We get the to seventy s so interesting but i just wanted to say good morning everybody. Well everybody i've lost some gay and John hollis boy boy when you get a moment okay. So this is quincy commie manager of a on a new york king have new comedy disguise. Getting it gosh quincy. I can't wait till we get back to work and twenty twenty seven okay laurin sydney. Would you think that would it be safe to say that. Conway who's a trump supporter. I think we know that those fifty thousand votes would probably went to a forty five so he kinda did them available canceled. I mean he did joe a favor by taking them away. I don't know where did these fifty thousand bucks. I'm applaud county for fifty thousand. I will do that. I will do that no question about it. Because that went. I went to the poll voted for the guy and i didn't see show hogmanay. Where did he get these votes from. Throughout the country the throughout the country wherever i guess was able to get on the ballot there was some people. It's probably some young people. S where you know who didn't want to give right recently with his wife. Cj for her birthday. Right right yeah. She's not kim the beautiful hologram of her father console for him because he you round right. Yeah they have you have to see their house to. They decorated it for halloween a big web and had this huge all spider. Go checkout crashing. His house for halloween joint was amazed. I don't know. I don't know how a black folks allowed in calabasas as they're right. Yeah select black folks. Coined gonna have a coin. That's all. i really have to take a break. We're going to front page news. The middle of the week film in the second time clock Is making you doing things to my mind each and every night. Just bother me just trying to figure out. What are these speak suspicion. Victory mickey one event. Every time i'm around that sat down with the peace of the process together. Explain you'll head would and style of close you. Disclose you may saw close you. We have back. Citing shows a throwback thursday thursday november twenty twenty nineteen minutes after the hour. Welcome back up of Shocking show features sanjay narcos barbagallo wego morningstar right barbie. Just quicker right across the street. Hct football for say that Say that Some be a big month. Now for this show barbie clones birthday. That's december tuesday december one levin days later we go into atlantic city. Oh yes if you're local. If you local con down here and celebrate us bobby cologne. Big burg bobby math. We'll take a few days off before that because the the week. That's the thanksgiving week. So we'd be monday tuesday. We offer the rest of the week. And then monday we come in. And then tuesday's your birthday so if your local your come on down and celebrate our beloved barbie clones. Big birthday bash. Let's clapper that. Come on everybody in the building. Let's go here for this album. Love is all the love is her birthday tuesday december. The first that's barbie closed. Birthday bash. Then few days later we had an right to atlantic city to conchos. We're gonna party. We're gonna do it up half deposits. I'll give the pricing or put it in a chat room. I talk about before. The show's over. And let's go to atlantic city and have a good time so what we do city airport these last couple of days which should knows uh is serving like decisions by perfect ending to twenty twenty like this election. They get three days. This year is on b. I really can't well. you're going to shift. That's how you feel about that now. We got front page news with the one only the beloved. cj let's go shopping. Hey that's early. Devil got south. Y'all do new job. as news. new zhou were so much that i'm going to start off with a little bit of local national news as you all know is are watching pennsylvania right now. As the voting counting continues amid protests and lawsuit from the trump administration and the highs of the nation are on the pennsylvania convention center in philly clerks are working inside. Had at least one hundred fifteen thousand additional mail in ballots to count in because remember even if you mailed it in. I think the day of they still had to deliver those so as of early thursday so as of today they still had one hundred and fifteen thousand the we are expecting another update by election officials. Sometime later on this morning the or might be coming in out of some of you are getting earlier reports. The entire state continues to tabulate mail in ballots which could make the very difference in a very close election that has garnered pennsylvania. President himself fears. That every vote won't be counted sparking protests wednesday night at city hall. Just one block from the convention center where the votes are being counted. This is what you see when people fear that their rights are being taken away from them said rich gorilla of protect our vote philly as he served. The crowd of protesters chanting count every vote. Mass action is the only way to show that we are going to demand that the votes be counted. Pennsylvania secretary of state says although counting has gone pass election the tallying actually ahead of where she thought it would be this time but they are still counting It's an acceptable. It's an honor. Time for the trump administration which filed a lawsuit against pennsylvania. They're demanding better access to watch ballot-counting not a single republican has been able to look at any of these mailed out they could be from mars. As far as we're concerned said rudy giuliani as he spoke in philadelphia after tweeting unfounded allegations of fraudulent ballots. they're saying that the ballot counting processes more transparent than ever they said you've got counties. Livestreaming you've got party candidate representatives watching every step of that process. The trump administration is also looking to intervene in another pennsylvania case that will decide whether ballots received up until friday can still be counted. Eric trump said we're going to win pennsylvania speaking out wednesday afternoon. He said they're trying to cheat us out of it because they know it's their only path to victory governor tom wolf's at a lot of factors contributed to pennsylvania's days long voting counting process a record voter registration of more than nine million people. Three million ballots applied for by mail and rules that prevent pennsylvania from counting ballots until the polls close Pennsylvania has always had a late start on the counting process said wolfe and he vows that we will continue ballot-counting. He says he's gonna fight like hell to protect the vote of every pennsylvania Do everything in his power to make sure that every vote counts trump administration has also filed lawsuits in michigan and georgia actively cine. You know what's crazy about this. He's getting so mad that they have all these mail in ballots. Yeah but if you would've done which you post to do and shut this country and control this thing. We wouldn't have all these mail in ballots. We would have had the winner already right. Still your fall absolutely. That'll everyone is mailing because nobody wants to stand in line get cocoa or the flu or whatever else. People are not washing their hands. And give it to somebody. That's why there's so many mail in ballots. There should be vessels what you're gonna have to do with cj. God bless you. God bless you. The king will be detroit. Wanted today or tomorrow and we away and we got end. The nerve of this man in this administration was just been pathetic for the last four years. Your day has come my friend. You had the nerve enough to have food frivolous lawsuits in these particular states. While they are counting the votes and not only not allow counting the votes. They have representatives from the democratic party. The republican party the independent party and they have cameras all over the place and lawyer their lives union. At right now. I understand when all the votes are counted Then you have your lawsuits right. You disrespecting the people who are sitting there doing this probably for free or minimum money as just for the love of a country's all about as far as democracy of it right and you're gonna sit there and you gotta have a lawsuit on a state of pennsylvania. Aren't you didn't have that lawsuit win. The day of the election when he was six hundred thousand votes in the state of pennsylvania because it was everybody who went like that who went to vote didn't have a lawsuit then my friend but when that number starts started coming down and now you only elite of this one it was only like twenty nine thousand votes and they still got hundreds of thousands of ballots. Talking about friday right talk about what. Honestly cindy j. The policy of the state of pennsylvania with this voting correct pennsylvania's set wingo. Start new goes into the post until the polls close. Can they get all their ballots. And we do a damn. We're talking and they haven't till friday 'cause you know yes on election day they still gotta get counted and on top of that king. Forty-five you knew this back then. And here's the pro. Eddie justice about all this my friend cindy he always voted through now. So you get out of this white house my friend. It's tough for you to go. Your day recommend is coming today. We put up with your racism. The way you divided this country the way you disrespect women showed black folks. Nolde love And what you did to these mexicans and where you separated families and you have all these babylonians all this extra courage now. Okay you got to go. Pro every dow chang now now all lawsuits in the world. Let me tell you. That's why they give you to january twenty to get the f- either there because all the lawsuits you have. You can't prolong this one. This is time sensitive. Did the new president comes in or the old president starts january twentieth pimp geigo russia right through the supreme court. Because this take precedent. So i tell you what forty five the king you would be the drone and that we've got choppy head off to you like king arthur opera has roloff down into truck world outfits won't fire everybody gotta go whole crew of them. You think joepags gonna walk. Joel walk back into that white house with the guys that used to clean like a. Hey joe welcome back. Everybody gotta go. Kay everybody you true leader which should not and. I'm and i'm not surprised way you behave him but this is your moment king. Forty-five step up to the podium concede. This is moment bro. Yeah but you're not gonna do that. And he's out there making false louis claim pennsylva- he claimed what are you claiming using claim that we're claiming the win over. It doesn't work like that. You can speak to exist claim the got tobacco discipline mr knock alicia my friend party i want you. Did we miss the darker. This the nautilus time to go. Okay get out of the white house because you know why. Because what's gonna happen is they're gonna flip on and guess who. Cj is ironic that we say this poetic justice mitch mcconnell who we don't like at all because he's really the fourth president right. Guess what his said if joe. When's this thing supposed to be done. He wants that. The natural process of power to be seamless meaning king. You'll republican buddies and not going to help you with this win. They want you to boy. Mitch mcconnell is the f. Allah there. You gotta go broke pits. Vania is not done yet. They count every vote. My friend nevada joe biden hanging onto the battle with a threat. But he's gonna win that yes. And there's this accounting in georgia and you gonna sit there. Mr markie and i think wisconsin and mr knock you sit there and you say send when he was six hundred thousand votes in. Pennsylvania stopped voting stop. How you going can't leave. A vote is illegal. Stop it no cow. We want all our votes candidate. That's okay vote. Don't try to take away now. They don't have taken nasa king. Forty five guess what. You are disgrace. You are a one term president. Sidney the president so using screws up usually when the when the presents the incumbent they might have a fight but they'll go to and they win again only cepa jimmy carter. He was horrible as the president. Man you going to be a one term president kit out of the white house now chesley. Just leave bro. ban you've been in a state of pennsylvania for the last three weeks what's to coco bad. You use down here right here on elizabeth avenue. You babylonian friends couldn't bail you out bro back. Let the memes begin. Oh they are is time for you to go. We will put you in the We will mitt evil yo ass king forty five we will do like king author because you want to be the king of this country and without choppy head off my happened today. Maybe it already did. But when pennsylvania take let's clap for pennsylvania we ain't doing nothing right next tools day but let me tell you something kink. You went from six hundred thousand in the lead on election day. The down a twenty five thousand thirteen still got huzzah. Thousands of more cine. Would you take the king is doing in that white house right now. Yelling ski mad. Like i say he's over there. Don't i say putting on more spray. Tansu city yelling sweating probably a lot of sweating city per sending on top of that all. Tv's off right. He doesn't even want anybody to say pennsylvania. I didn't even breathe in my presence and filing lawsuits. I don't know it seems like they've just filing lawsuits over there just because but it doesn't make sense the lawsuit to after the fact. He doesn't still counting he wants to. He can't even raise any city leading city. Has he tweeted. Let me go data. They've put a lawsuit at one of these days at wisconsin. Is he set that they someone said that. There were fifty three votes. That were missing. That fell off something fifty three votes. My friend You think that's gonna change as kill any city. They said no that was not the case. The fifty three votes are here like everything like we don't like votes in the garbage. And they said they said. We don't know what discuss talking about could over here and there live streaming. He's like their king. He just like to hear him. Speak twenty five there livestream in my friend. Don't think they had this dumb ass. You didn't think they had this all set up for you. Forty five came this nothing you can do about this but get the white house and senate. They need to spray that place down. A lotta joan edchoice probably going to be like can you disinfect. Fire every eight to my too much trump flag lovers out here in the valley kiss in the poconos kiss. My natural black flags purnomo and throw them in the garbage. We don't wanna see you more. I don't wanna see a trump pence banner out here in pennsylvania. Done wasting your money A shame on you shame on you. You trump supporters my next. This is your day record. You're going to be as bad as hell like the oj verdict babylonia friends walking around here with the red face. And i'm going to enjoy every moment of it. Yeah and that's just what you get Just crawl back in your whole goal away back work and shut the f up shut app tiktok. Dupage post this down and stupid flags. I can't wait so those are down. My next door neighbor took down immediately. Like the icu. Tuesday i was like oh no. It wasn't okay. I'm just waiting for sean. Did you happen to have you been eating since this election started. They're saying americans as of tuesday night. Their priorities were reflected in google searches that reached an all time high These five things were looked sara. Sorry six things. We're looked up as highest on google on tuesday night cookies near me chinese food near me liquor stores near me pizza near me burgers near me fries near me. Dozens of tweets followed in response showing photos of empty liquor shelves. Freezers packed full desserts. Empty ice cream bowls cravings for food and alcohol during stressful times have always been a phenomenon. Foods and fill the fat and sugar seemed to have a feedback effect that curbs stress related responses. Americans are also running their worries in alcohol on election day. Alcohol delivery company drizzly reported a sixty eight percent increase in sales. Compared with the average of the previous for tuesday's drizzly which operates in twenty six states said orders across the board but blue state sales. Were up seventy five percent. While red state sales were up thirty three percents say hold on linda. Serano just pete in the chat rooms. She went know what's going on with the landlord. That had the beef with we are going to court wa me with going to hollywood. Is we go right to the magistrate and this going down. I know that's right doctor lawyer. The paperwork is over there. I'll keep you guys updated. Oh oh oh we got that loya baby. It's about winning host. Going down sean. Low lifted outclass. Sean john is noah and we going back court an independent black. My black t-shirt god. Please don't cine kid here. We go again. And i'm gonna tell you this before we get out of here. God bless you young ladies. I love both your death but it goes back to what i said at the end of last year. Cj was had. These green drinks only lasted two weeks. You don't see a green drink incite contract in this sitting there eating doughnuts pizza french fries and hamburgers york. Leave me alone. Is the week the pizza and we we had cocoa full blast when eight thousands with dying every day. You couldn't find on ground beef and no no no spaghetti. Y'all with this healthy eating stop it. It's stressful times measures. Barbie cologne hasn't had a drink. It obeys last week. City j. smokes hook green. Drink telling that that will go. Ooh there too expensive. So i don't wanna convenient green drinks. Were as convenient as your wings and your dominoes sure. More people would know more about this. It stress related you google trends. You've worked everybody. I've been saying it from day. One would f you want to eat. Just don't eat a lot of set study stupid green drinks and let's pink drinks. And i guarantee you ll sean brown. Oliver's punched object to and. I'm not even mad at yungli. I'm not mad at you. Sinica playmate or stress relations eat which want to eat. I don't wanna see nothing about this stupid presidential election. Are you guys eating because of the election. Put a one in the chat room or if your stress drinking. It's perfectly of other. Americans are going through the same thing right and we will get through this and you're going to sit there and tell me since jane that there's no liquor be broke shot records. You can't thought of what the hell are. We going to hell here again. Come said it to you before. And i'll say it again. I'm going to run down the street. But ass naked when it's time to meet jesus because i'm not gonna say here which you guys run into the liquor store now. I want to stress eating on that. This particular me out all his pizza and all his wings in licko imprint rod with was wrong. Have a drink. And i'm only sharing cine my opinion all the facts that you presented to us ten minutes ago. Thank you and in other shattering. News oregon becomes first state to legalize a arm. Sorry decriminalize Cocaine heroin and marijuana. Yeah and fed means drug use has organ and also and also they become the first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states each drug laws in psychedelic renaissance in the district of columbia voters elected. Grim is the use of magic mushrooms as well and other psychedelic substances with the passage of initiative. Eighty one in addition to psychedelics a number of states as voters to choose a path forward for the regulation of marijuana or oregon's measure one. Oh nine we'll give legal access to ceylon been the main active ingredient in magic mushrooms for mental health treatment and supervise settings As of wednesday at about six am the measure was passing with fifty five percent support and over two million votes cast While some cities have moved to legalize and regulate access to the drug oregon will become the first in the country to legalize it. Supporters of the measure points in the medical benefits of the drug which has shown in some studies to benefit trauma survivors. Oregon would also decriminalize the position of small amounts of some hard drugs including heroin and lsd. Instead of criminal prosecution people in possession would face one hundred dollar fine which can be waived if the person agrees to pursue treatment. Wow well we're the f. Is sean we'll be living. I shot up to oregon now. This isn't the legalization of it. You can't use heroin and math and you can't use them but if should you get pulled over or long drive or something. Actually with the police they will not throw you in jail for. It is fine a goethe core pay or go to save. They're doing i think that's what new york did with asian of marijuana state that the city that had to free city in the city now i think that was in washington state. But i'll be right next to me so for our drivers so this this is saying to me but when you think about oh my in this country. Jail what these people need. No no but you can have a wild west society in the state of oregon with people. Do you think so. You take a dope. Fiends is going to do two bags of dope. Shine you. you did a a tap of the acid. It took it a different place shoe. He came back. Everybody's in their thing that these psychedelic enhance psychotherapy is what people need to get over certain. Traumas this is not stan city. So if you wanna get high go to oregon but you trading in supervise setting laurie therapist and make sure you don't jump off melvina som- who knows what people wanted to go smoke dope to a heroin a therapy for for the magic mushrooms. If you were going through something and you wanna possibly relieve of that and get this therapy. You gotta go to somebody with the magic mushrooms. But you're heroin and all of that your coke city you go get arrested. Not organ bugging other states are ready to go. Jonah legalize federally yesterday. Well on tuesday day by state needs to be higher body marijuana mushroomed who cinema all of that. Let's work on the marijuana by his plan on that right. Hey biden sign a separate marijuana. We legally not criminalization shy. One hundred dollar fine. I used to smoke angel does shawn bulldogs twenty twenty one hundred twentieth street and second avenue. Sick they call it. The league leaked out the bag. Barbeque law you. Take a hit of that. Your mind goes crazy. Didn't have good hitting start at no. No bags good two issues now because every drugs. They're back in the day. I'm sure this thing leaks out the bag. Barbie this is this is not the type of drug that you supposed to be taken to. The state of washington supervisors anyone city jedi people. Look i agree with you through a few years back. This country has too many liberties you are falling into. This libertarian. Sit oh i just looked up the libertarian party. And let me tell you i'm mad. I am a libertarian. meth necks. Coming up that is the party for. They are not with none of it and i'm start. Jo jorgensen who that is. She was one of the candidates so sorry girl. I'm so sorry. That i was because i will be pushing these people everybody wants. Everybody needs to think of our own party. We need to get behind the libertarian party thereby everything we talking about i need to look into the founders. You know what. I'm saying that bob baloney that to see how they started. But it was founded in nineteen seventy one and i. We need to get these people some money by giving the money to this to the republicans the democrat. We need our crowdfunding. Pack for the l. p. p. point that gets you kinda interesting in having a selling point the sally point for the liberal theory society. Wow i can kind of get with this with this libertarian. Because the state of their this we seek to substantially reduce the size and intrusiveness of government and cut and eliminate taxes at every opportunity poem. We believe that peaceful honest people should be willing no. I'm sorry. I should be able to offer their goods and services to willing consumers without inappropriate interference from government poem peaceful honest. People should decide for themselves how to live their lives without fear of criminal or civil penalties. That means you can't tell me how to live the pope and finally they believe that the government's only responsibility any right. The government's only responsibility sean. If any you listening should be protecting people from force and fraud. Let's let's just say we party's motto. Well you know what i'm hoping. Well we need to do is find a libertarian. Have them call in china's right. It's the only one libertarian in the congress. It's from michigan peter. A mosh getting slimmed down forever. Get nothing they don't even talk now. They don't even invite him to lunch here. Let's go to hobbies houses the city to the pennsylvania chapter. We look to see so right. Now we all arby's houses sports one alone. She got the sports fear. When you're not home. Ooh do you guys know a lot of stadiums. They transformed the stadiums into polling places. Where patrick mahomes Split the cost of the arrowhead for the arrowhead stadium. One hundred thousand dollars to turn it into a poland please. And he paid him fifty thousand dollars to help a with with his for his franchise and he was asked why he said that it was very important To get as many people out to vote as possible and if he could have helped you know to have one large place for everybody come to. It was his duty to help and do that. So thank you. Patrick mahomes for doing your civic duty and helping us get to help people in your area get to up. Nice and safe polling place shamsi barbie call. You broke this story with the foot. Demand is where four hundred million dollars half of baseball team thousand. One way. that's i mean. No disrespect for what he did. God bless fifty thousand dollars. But i mean that's good enough and there was one hundred thousand dollars. When he plays football they can give a disco hundred thousand. Why didn't they just do it for civic duty. Engine you'll listen. I'm gonna pick up half of that bill. Yeah i mean he could not be some gotta get paid. Could give anything showing shots though quarterback. How's how's zach dak prescott or coppery dagger yet nazi last. I heard he was a recovering. What did he break his ako. He he shared any way they put a cast on the he got a cast surgery. Yes let's is he is. He a libertarian. Not enough to change my status speaking of deck. He had a compound fracture which she had to get surgery before. And of course he is still a ankle justification. Know he still out. He will be out for the rest of the season. Hopefully you know here. We go to go for for next. Actually this question again bobby. With he hills. Would you give them through to three hundred billion dollars. One out i think i would. I change my. And here's a good thing though. Barbie in his favor of the dallas cowboys is a horrible football teams. Right city the second quarterback tobacco guy. Yeah he gets punched in the head. He has the concussion right. They had to carry them out to fill. He's in percussion protocol right. Well whatever they put them in isolation right guess what happens any why he's in isolation he catches the cocoa. So you got okay cuss you got. Cnc in cash. He can't we city they bring in the third guy. The guy this guy. This guy's getting dragged all over the place all over the place like a rag doll so barbie cologne. If that's the case wouldn't that keep the value may so say the season in. And you had this fiasco. You didn't win a game. Four quarterbacks are hurt. everybody got cocoa. Would you then barbie cologne sign him to this. One hundred and seventy five. That he turned down. They don't have anybody new or better. You know as good as him by the time you know. He held the came back then. Yeah with just give us a one her. yeah Lebron james made a A plea to social media to help a to find the killer of his brothers sister on twitter. A my brother sister was murder this past week in her home My brother's family need answers. To whom and why am i sitting. I will go to work to find out. Who did this awful shameful and discussing things To a caring and loving angel into says it does not say why she was murdered. You know they're still trying to find out. Get clues because it uses past weekend. So it's gonna take a little time for to investigate But he has put out a plea in no reward has been offered yet. I'm the ron. But i'm sure you know he puts out because as his family all somebody was murdered. Associate but yeah. You know condolences with that please. You gotta find people who killing each other. Of course it don't forget barbie clones birthday december two. I would probably a so. this libertarian. Things shut the room out. This guy's city to favor the chapter to see if the pennsylvania we let south chapel. And we're gonna get out here we're gonna show yourself some. Love back does absolutely right. Hey tried to hijack heart set city. Let's go. Hey wait a sec win. Hard work hey. Hey campo in the dan every that'd be found yo. 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"Shington from news at eight seven. Houston i'm gail to water heels reporters. Sarah willard ernst has been looking at a new study. That says texans who live close to an oil refinery could be a risk for several kinds of cancers the moldy your study focused on cancer rates. New two dozen texas refineries most research linking kanter to just how close someone lives to an oil refinery has taken place in europe. That's why researchers at the university of texas medical branch decided to look at data across texas from twenty ten to twenty fourteen. They found that people living within ten miles of a refinery had a slightly higher rate of cancer compared to residents twenty to thirty miles away. Dr steven williams the lead author of the study. Says there's still a lot about the link. Researchers don't know we did not control for instance each individual's occupation or partly the corporation of residence at a particular location. This is literally snapshot during this time period. People making below the poverty line who also lived within ten miles of a refinery had the highest rates of cancer. I'm sarah will earns in houston and this afternoon. We're also looking at efforts to get more. Texans insured people have about two more weeks to buy health insurance through the online marketplace created by the affordable care. Act elaine marks with the episcopal. Health foundation says most texans qualify for subsidies to help pay their premiums historically in texas about eighty five percent of the people who have signed up through the exchange have gotten a subsidy open. Enrollment ends december fifteenth. Houston no longer has the most congested freeway in texas. The six ten west lupus now been bumped to the number two spot behind is thirty five in austin. Texas is just out with this list of the one hundred most congested roadways in the state. We have a chance of rain early tonight. Otherwise partly cloudy skies with the low near forty two sunshine tomorrow. High near fifty five degrees. I'm gail daughter. news eddie. Eight seven arm station manager josh adams. And that's the sound of an antenna being installed at houston public. Media's new transmitter site technology upgrade three years in the making the greater houston community is growing and our commitment to you is growing right along with it. This investment in technology will allow us to expand our coast.

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Dan Harris on Becoming 10% Happier, Hugging Inner Dragons, Self-Help for Skeptics, Training the Mind, and Much More (#481)

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He found himself on a bizarre adventure to rein in the voice in his head. That provoked his on your freak out and found a solution meditation. A lifelong non believer. Meditation was something. Dan always assumed to be either impossible or useless. Two thousand fourteen. Dan published the book ten percent happier which takes readers on ride from the outer reaches endure science to the inner sanctum of network news to the bizarre fringes of america's spiritual scene and leaves them with a takeaway that could actually change their lives in two thousand seventeen. Dan followed up with. Meditation for fidgety skeptics. Title a ten percent happier how to book two thousand sixteen. Dan lost the ten percent happier company. That's number one. Zero than percentage sign with co-founders been ruben. Ceo derek haswell vp of product. The company then was rebranded to ten percent happier all spelled out in two thousand nineteen you can find out on twitter at be harris that is harris with one s on instagram at dan harris and facebook. Dan harris abc. Dan welcome to the show. I'm so excited to dig into many many many things and it's going to be non linear because that is my want in terms of memento style interview approach and i like to begin with something i found in the process of doing homework. And that is a quote. Feel free to correct this. If it's not accurate but here we go. This is from you. My career has been guided by a motto bequeath to me by my dad who is a successful academic physician. And here's the motto. The price of security is insecurity. Could you please explain what this means and means to you. Yeah i have so much to say about that. It really was my guiding light instill is in many ways but in particular as young journalist who was extremely ambitious and again. I don't necessarily need to use past tense on all of this. Some of it is his present tense but in my younger days in particular. I really believe that any success. I was achieving as i was working my way up the ladder at abc news etcetera etcetera was directly correlated to the intensity of my anxiety and that motto handed down to me by my father who's an academic physician was until recently until he retired an academic physician at harvard a varsity warrior and you know longtime hand wringer himself was just my my way of kind of almost like venerating. The constant worrying. I later found out from my dad that he made that expression up not to put worrying on a pedestal. Not because he wanted me to be worrying all the time because if you think about it it's maybe not the kind of thing to say to a kid He in fact made it up because he wanted me to feel better about the fact that i was anxious and i think that you permission to feel the anxiety correct. I was really anxious kid and the carries into my adulthood. I would say now here. I am eleven years post beginning meditation. I still believe it is true that a certain amount of stressing plotting and planning careful thinking is necessary if you want to be great at whatever it is. You're you've set your mind to your work. Parenting work relationships. Except what. I've now started see very clearly and i'm imperfect at applying this but what i see really clearly is that we take the worrying too far. We take the insecurity too far and we crossed the line between constructive anguish and useless rumination and really the self awareness that is generated through meditation. Imperfectly for sure has helped me balance that much more effectively. And we're going to go back to the scene of the crime or more accurately the scene of the car accident. Psychologically speaking back on air We're not going to raise that just yet. But because you mentioned this line. And i'm going to suppose apply metaphorically here but i had never heard of something called and i've only read this. I could not figure out how to pronounce it. But the yorkies dodson law. That i believe doctor luana markaz brazilian-born now at harvard head told you about perfectly are imperfectly. Could you describe what the keys dodson law implies or claims to describe in some fashion because this is quite freeing to me. Yes it really is So lou marquez came on my podcast right at the beginning of the pandemic and i wanted to do an episode about how to handle all of this stress that that i knew we were all feeling. And we're going to continue to feel for awhile. And she talked to me about this. I think it's called the works dud fucking that one. Before i said i mean you could be forgiven. It's a weird. I think it's the name of two scientists hyphenated who came up with this idea that a certain amount of anxiety louisiana has the aforementioned harvard affiliated anxiety. Expert was talking about the certain amount of anxiety. You can think of it as like a curve like a bell curve. a certain amount of anxiety is useful in that. It gets us moving gets us protecting ourselves. That gets us doing the things we need to do. So that's the beginning. Part of the curve. The upward slope at some point it starts to slope downwards and you can think of that as the point of diminishing returns where the anxiety is no longer motivational. It's paralytic and so walking. That line seems to be in my own life. It seems it really has become one of the most important arts and again. It's art not science. And i have no where near perfect and i don't expect i don't think perfection is on offer. It also seems to showcase for me the fact that there is a an evolutionary value to anxiety if we were to find it as the ability to foresee future and perhaps forestall stoller mitigate them right but when it believes over into expecting catastrophe and wringing your hands and biting your nails at all times than it it ceases to be of utility right actually ends up being disabling but the seeing it in graph form or in visual form with the uk's dodson law clown pedia go corrected lucky number three was was really freeing incense because there is a desire that i find myself succumbing to which is to erase or remove all anxiety vilifying anxiety. Is this sort of shadow. That i can't rid myself of. And i liked reading about it. I'll just put it that way. Give yourself a break on some level now. Speaking of giving anyone break if the price of securities insecurity was a motto that you kept in the back of your mind and suming that you don't want your kids to have a motto like only the paranoid survive or something like that what might be a motto. You would want your kids to have in the back of their mind as they navigate their lives the first twenty years thirty years. Whatever it might be. Can i give you to you. You are allowed to give me three. if you'd like. i love mottos. I love little expressions. Mantras that you can use to kind of drop into your mind because it's so easy you know you can listen to an inspirational podcast or read a great book or whatever and feel really like. You've you're invigorated. You're you're awake to some some importer truth but the habits of mind. The old habits of mind reassert themselves really quickly and so we need to find ways to to continuously wakeup and to remember the our aspirations. And so these little mottos. I think that can be a little bit cheesy. But but they're really helpful in my experience so one of them that specifically applies to this question of how much insecurity or anxiety is too much. I got this motto from my meditation teacher. Guy named joseph goldstein. Now i've heard you talk on this show and i've heard you. You also talked that the one time we met in person when you came on my show. I've heard you drop the name of jack. Cornfield who a legendary meditation teacher has had a huge impact on your life. Jack and joseph r old old old co-conspirators from the sixties and seventies when they met both of them along with sharon salzberg. Another just meditative tighten the three of them all spent a lotta time in asia and came back to the states and founded or co founded. Something called the insight meditation society and then jack broke off and started. Something called a spirit rock. Meditation center on the on the west coast. Ims is on the left on the east coast and so they they're really responsible for bringing mindfulness to the west in many many ways and so The first meditation retreat i ever went on was at spirit rock where i know you've done meditation retreats and Or at least one and nervous breakdown retreats. I wanna talk about that. So so i was on my first meditation retreat at spirit rock and even though that's the place jack founded. Joseph was teaching for ten days there and our mutual friend. sam harris. Got me off the wait list for this relation. I should note no relation. Although i wouldn't be embarrassed Because i love the guy So at this retreat. And and i spear you the whole story of the retreat but that the key moment as it pertains to this question was toward the end of the retreat. Joseph's is talking to the yogis meditators something like okay. We're heading towards the end here now and you might find your thoughts star turning to the things you have to do when you return to your life but the best your ability you know. Try to let those thoughts go. And i raised my hand because this was a qna. You're allowed to talk on an otherwise silent retreat. And i said well wait a minute dude. If i miss my flight that has real life consequences what why would you tell me not to to think about that. And he said no. You're absolutely right but on the seventeenth. Run through of all of the horrible knock on effects of. You're missing that flight. Maybe ask yourself one simple question. Is this useful. That is a great motto. Because of course we're going to do some worrying. And i as you know. A longtime inveterate fritter borrowing that phrase from the great meditation teacher. Sylvia bornstein as a inveterate. Fretter myself. i. I'm cool with some wearing. I think it you you need to do some of that but at some point maybe ask yourself. Is this useful. And it's at at that. Point is probably not and you can pay attention to what your child is trying to tell you or not. Mindlessly say something that's gonna ruin the next forty eight hours of your marriage or whatever just live your actual life and so that to me is a really useful model. I'll stop there before. I go on to the second one. Unless you have something you want to add or clarify. I have a follow up question. But i don't interrupt the flow to number two. Let's go to number two not go ahead because the the number two is is so so it's kind of off on a different thing and i don't wanna i don't wanna i don't wanna mess up. Go ahead well my flow as is gonna take us off on a wild tangent. But that's okay so you mentioned a few names that you mentioned. Joseph is it. Gold senior goldstein. I always mixed this up. Because there are so many different goldstein's goldstein's how does he pronounce. He's a goldstein. Yes okay so goldstein. Salzburg and cornfield. So i asked jack at one point jack. I have to ask you this in private because of course this is now the kind of thing that you always wanna ask and public. But i said check. Is there any reason. Why all of these. Meditation and mindfulness teachers. These pioneers from the west in the seventies are jewish again. He said that's a really good question and we talked about he said yeah. It sounds like a law firm and i just love to hear if you have any thoughts on why that is the case. Is it just coincidental. Is there something that maps from judaism to buddhism or otherwise. Do you have any thoughts on that. Because it has it uncanny happens tim ferriss. I have a lot of thoughts on this so these these people are all like really good friends of mine now and they go. There's a. I don't know how they feel about this name. But there is a name for this whole coterie. Which is the jews. The jewish buddhist and the prototypical. Ju boo is actually a jew. Who were say. He's a hindu. His name is ramdas. He his yes. A you will be as 'cause i know you're a real a connoisseur of supporter of Psychedelic or plant medicine and ramdas born richard helper alpert rather a jewish guy from boston. Became a harvard professor along with timothy leary. They got fired for running experiments on their students with either lsd or silla sivan and he went off to india. Richard did and discovered a hindu guru and named himself change his name ramdas and came back to the states. And and there's lots of good documentaries on him. I think some of them on netflix and was extremely influential and the slightly younger generation included. Lots of people. With like ju Chewy jewish names Like joseph goldstein. Sharon salzberg jet cornfield. Sylvia burstein mark epstein. Who's a psychiatrist in. New york city is written whole beautiful series of books about the overlap between buddhism and psychology Daniel goldman who was a harvard. Phd went on to write become a science journalist for the new york times and then wrote a book called emotional intelligence which is obviously a huge book on and on atar brock is a slightly younger iteration of the same sort of trend on and on and on. You have these great jewish meditation teachers. So what's going on here. And i say this as a path through barmitzvah guy what's going on here The jews have a cultural tendency toward anxiety. Which i would argue as well earned from the pharaohs through hitler and you know that yearning for some sort of remedy to this really difficult anxiety that plus the fact that judaism in america is largely tireless of course but largely secular. I think created both a hunger for answers to eighty. And maybe a sense. That there wasn't enough spirituality in their lives throw in the sixties and all the psychedelics and the and the vietnam and the and searching nature of that era and you get the jubilees. That's my sense. Of course they may all yell at me for being wrong about this. But that's my sense title dear opinion and perspective on the whole thing. I certainly not part of the club. So it's harder for me to have a strong opinion of any type about this. It's also been a long standing fascination of mine. I have a lot of jewish friends to observe this. What seems to be you fairly ubiquitous anxiety. In many of the families. I grew up around many of the friends. I developed close friendships with in high school and college. How much of that do you think is cultural. And how much of that is survival of the fittest in the sense if you think about jews as having been persecuted for like you said a millennia at the time of the pharaohs is stay a a sort of selection process over time where the the people who are the first to flee or sense danger and move are the people who then end up producing sort of modern. Day juice How do you think about that if you think about it at all i think the evolution produced the culture and so we have this culture of anxiety because those the the jews that survived. Learn to worry. You know an another. This is skipping back a question. But i think another aspect of the the sort of cazalet that led to this remarkable group of young jewish people mostly from new york and some of them from boston. Who went over to india or asia and learn how to meditate came back in and really became these john. Capita zendaya left him out. Who the granddaddy. Of mindfulness based stress reduction without him. There is no secular mindfulness movement. New york jewish guy went to mit studied microbiology and then found zen invented. Nbs are i think another aspect of this. Is that all of these people. All of these names. That i've listened to these are all people that i know quite well. They're incredibly smart. And i think if you add the anxiety the spiritual yearning and the brain it. All is a perfect storm for buddhism because brewed ism is incredibly interesting. There's the practice element which you know. Thinking can become can be a big impediment to the practice but the intellectual infrastructure that supports the practice is dance and fascinating. And it's it's a lifetime's supply of ideas to wrestle with and i think that's another component of why these people found this teaching so irresistible. I think one might also argue that being well educated and having a lot of cpu cycles in your prefrontal cortex is also a perfect recipe for grist for the mill in the form of anxiety and rumination open loops for the south in the sense. That then is mindfulness practice. Let's let's dial up the volume on the to eleven to use spinal tap reference. I know you have told the story lop. There will be people listening. Who have no idea. What the catalyzing event looked like what preceded it and so on. Could you walk us through your life from say two thousand and two thousand and four. Obviously we're going to use a montage of some type where two thousand one to two thousand four two. Let's call it. The event in quotation marks in the year. Two thousand i as as a twenty eight year old plankton from local news in boston. I had at spent seven years in local news in the in the in maine and boston ill-fitting suits and much plaid at twenty eight. I rode the escalator into abc news at the headquarters The upper west side of manhattan. You've been our building Because you can lead you. Came on my podcast. You know that escalator. And i was terrified. I had watch peter jennings my whole life. He was the legendary anchor of world news. Tonight's until he died in in the mid mid offs and i was just. I was so thrilled but terrified. And this is where price of security is. Insecurity kicked into high gear and I had gotten this job just complete luck. That had gotten this job. And i threw myself into it skipped. Everybody skipped all my friends. Weddings work seven days. A week just clawing and scratching to get ahead in an incredibly venomous really competitive unsafe in many ways. Psychologically environment at abc news. It's it's improved vastly since then. I'm happy to report and then not long. After i arrived nine eleven happened. And i again by my anxiety and awesome idealism about the role of journalists are our duty to sort of bear witness at the tip of the spear. I raised my hand and volunteer to go overseas after nine. Eleven and i ended up in afghanistan with the taliban in kandahar their capital. At the time. I think one of the last people to get a taliban visa before they were overthrown and just fell in love with combat reporting. Not because i like the gore but because there's just felt so thrilling and so important and of course there's the ego and aggrandizement of a to. You're doing this important work. You're living in this hyper adrenaline way. And you're getting on tv all the while And so i got hooked and spent so much time in places like afghanistan and pakistan covered the second intifada in two thousand and two so israel west gaza and then iraq happened spent months and months and months in probably altogether like a year in on the ground in iraq and In the summer of two thousand three. I came home and i got depressed but i was not self aware enough to know i was depressed so i started to sort of. I did something incredibly stupid. Which is i started to self medicate with recreational drugs including cocaine and ecstasy so. I was in my early thirties at this point. And i had never i'd smoked weed and and obviously drank a lot of beer in college but i never done any hard drugs and cocaine in particular really my depression manifest itself as a kind of logie ness or low energy had trouble getting out of bed. Felt vaguely ill all the time and cocaine. This kind of synthetic squirt of adrenaline really fix that. Of course it had horrible side effects like feeling awful the next day etcetera etcetera and then and even worse side effect which is the aforementioned event on a warm june morning in two thousand four. I was filling in on good morning. America and at the time they had a job called the news reader. So you'd somebody would come on at the top of every hour and read the headlines. The person who had that job at the time was named robin roberts. Who's now the main host of good morning america. They don't have that role anymore. But i was in rotation of regularly filling in for robin and so i wasn't particularly nervous on this morning but for some reason when the main hosts of the show charlie gibson and diane sawyer. Toss it over to me to do my little spiel. I just lost it and you can see this if you if you if you type panic attack on live television. It's the first result so go for it You you can see it. has tens of millions millions of hits so i start reading and then my lungs basically seize up in my heart starts racing. My palms are sweating. My mouth dries up and i can't talk which is a prerequisite for anchoring the news talking is horrifying and so if you watch the tape but actually it looks like i definitely looks flustered and but a lot of people say you know didn't didn't look that bad and that's because i had the luxury of being able to squeak out back to you charlie and diane and they took it back but i had to cut the whole thing short. I mean i think. I had read like two and a half stories by the time the freakout hit and it was awful and really scary. Not only because a panic attack is horrifying. But because i just thought well this is the end of my career and my mom was watching that morning and she and she called me backstage and said oh you just had a panic attack food. And she didn't say dude but anyway she said at she hooked up with a shrink and shrink asked me about your crashes. Try to figure out what was going wrong. And one of the questions was do drugs. And i kinda said sheepishly. Yeah and he gave me. I like to make this joke. He gave me this. Look one of these shrinking looks. I'm sure you've gotten this. Look before tim from the shrinks. With whom you've worked. He gave me a look. That communicated the sentiment of okay asshole mystery salt and he pointed out that even though my drug use was pretty intermittent and short lived. I wasn't like you know. I wasn't like one of the people from The wolf of wall street or anything like that but it was enough to change my brain chemistry and make a panic attack more likely. So that's the story on that day. Was there anything different about that day. Leading up to it anything at all. That could have hinted that this was not a day like any other itchy feet near eyeballs. Feel too big. I mean it was there. Was there anything symptomatically to indicate that something was just slightly off or more than slightly off or didn't really come out of left field left field. Man i hadn't i wasn't i in the air i hadn't been. I don't think i don't remember. I definitely i hadn't been partying the night before anything like that. Maybe in the week before but there was no. I had no reason for see what was about to happen. And it sucked uncontrollably just a quick thanks to one of our sponsors and we'll be right back to the show. This episode is brought to you by athletic greens. I get asked all the time. 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Tim so my understanding is after all of this happens and nor price skipping a few things so feel free to fill in the blanks if you think that That we should but you were then assigned to cover faith and spirituality against your wishes so you you began exploring mainstream. Religion self help spirituality neuroscience on and somewhere in that sort of chopped salad of spirituality and so on was meditation like in there. A like croutons. You found meditation amongst everything before we jump to meditation. Though i'm i'd be very curious to know. Was there anything else that you got exposed to. That was interesting to you. Not because it was salacious or completely a hoax but is there anything else. That really seem to like. It could be a value to you outside of meditation. First of all the metaphor about the chopped. Salad is awesome. The the the thing. That's that really landed with me about religion. The religion that i spent time you know sort of spend time marinating and i spent a lotta time with the gels mormons. Muslims i as the child of the atheist scientists constitutionally. I just can't get myself to believe in things for which there's no evidence. So i had a bit of an allergy. Maybe understating it to the dog month to the faith claims the metaphysical claims and all that stuff. But what struck me was that these folks were with regularity contemplating their place in the cosmos which i was not doing i was utterly unreflective in many many important ways and these guys on eleven o'clock on a sunday morning or whatever time friday afternoon if you're a muslim or saturday for the jews like they were getting together and talking about the universe and that really hit me as somebody who i had a sense of my own selfishness and how that was making me unhappy. I didn't know what to do. Based on what i was encountering from these folks of faith because i found so many of their beliefs to be really hard to swallow. But i i had this kind of. I don't know i'm going to use a word that i don't know how to pronounce. I think it's inchoate this kind of this word. You know that word right. You see it in like fancy books and like you never know how to pronounce it. But i had this kind of beginning. Inkling that yeah. There's something here that i that i should pay attention to do. So as you're paying attention then. How does meditation. I come over the transom. What was the first exposure that actually made you raise an eyebrow pay. Should pay attention to here. I'm a hard case so it took me a while. But the first the first first exposure was i was shooting. A story was went. After sarah palin was nominated by john mccain as his vice presidential candidate and i was she's a she's a pentecostal so i was doing a story in jersey city about pentecostals was shooting at a street fair with some pentecostals and Trying to get a sense of like what that flavor of evangelical ism was like to educate the american public. Did you have something you wanted to say there. I was just gonna say for people who don't know anything about pentecostals. You should add some color here because it is. It is a fascinating flavor. Yeah yeah so. The these are the folks that like speak in tongues. I mean there. There's there's a. I don't want to describe pentecostal as a monolith because flavors within the flavor. But but you know when you and there are non pentecostals who speak in tongues to. But they're sort of charismatic in that's actually a term of art the charismatic christianity where you Some of them will will handle snakes during services or speak in tongues Which is kind of like you're speaking in tongues is like you're speaking of an nonsense language that is in some way divine that you're being taken over by the holy spirit so it's a really dramatic and again. I think i'll use the word charismatic form of christianity. Thank you for the context. Please continue didn't want to interrupt too much though. You interrupt me anytime because i i liked tangents so anyway. I'm shooting the story. The story pentecostalist has nothing to do with what is about to happen. Which is that. I was waiting when you're shooting a story. There's like lots of downtime. So i was chitchatting with the crew. The cameraman the sound man and our producer felicia barbarka. Who is still a actually. She's quite senior producer at world news tonight. At that time she was a field producer. She and i were covering the story together. We known each other for quite a while and she started talking about a book. A self help book. She was reading by a guy named eckhart. Totally who. I had never heard of and felicia said something like then. You should read this book. It's all about controlling your ego and me and the crew started laughing because we was clear to us that she was saying. You have an out of control ego which by the way was true and so very funny but it wasn't what she meant which she meant. And what totally means by the ego. I subsequently learned. Because i went out and ordered his book and read it or one of his books and read it would totally means by the ego. Is the nonstop conversation. We are all having with ourselves. This inner narrator this constant flow of thought an urge urges and emotions coursing through our minds into which very few of us have any visibility. And so i i. I started to read tow his book. And at first i thought it was complete nonsense because he he layers in lots of like talk about vibrational fields and spiritual awakenings and all this other stuff but what i got to this stuff about the ego which again he has a much work. Expansive definition of this sort of inner ghostly sense of you that is constantly spewing sort of self centered thoughts hurling us into the future ruminating about the past to the detriment of the here and now when i read his diagnosis of the ego which is essentially just the human condition that was a gigantic waking up moment for me because first of all it was just like. Oh yeah that is true and also really explained my panic attack because he was my ego and again not. Just the sort of stereotypical parts of the ego. The like self-aggrandizing part but also like all of the fear and idealism and all this sort of unseen mental machinery that propelled me to cover combat without really thinking about the psychological ramifications. It was the ego the sort of mindless inner conversation. That allowed me to come home. Get depressed not see it and blindly reach for cocaine as a as medicine and that all produced the panic attack so it was reading eckhard totally. That was really the first step toward me. Getting interested in meditation and the problem with our totally was that he didn't offer any actionable advice. Felicia and i ended up flying to toronto to meet totally. He lives in vancouver but he was giving a speech in toronto and he gave us an audience in a beige hotel room and and i interviewed him and asked him. You know what it was actually the first interview. I did with anybody in the faith world where i felt like i had some skin in the game because i was really interested and i tried to get him to to answer. Like what do you do about the voice in the head. And i remember at one point he said take one conscious breath and my voice in my head was saying what the fuck does that mean like. What are you talking about. Give me something to do here. A friend of mine has described totally as correct but not useful and so he woke me up to a thunderously obvious but regularly overlooked fact. Which is that. We all have minds and are thinking but he didn't give me anything to do about it still very valuable say. Hey bro you got a huge in your gums or whatever. It is right even though he might not be. The surgeon are the doncaster. Whatever the special would be to take it out a helpful for step correct. it was. It was really helpful i. I'm thankful for them. What happens at that point. You're you've diagnosed. I wanna see the problem the condition. Let's call it to. Where does dan harris go at that point shamelessly leveraging all the privilege of my journalistic perch i basically started with the aforementioned felicia. We started doing lots of stories about self help. Because i thought you know somebody in this ought to be able to tell me more about what to do about this. So i ended up doing all these stories about deepak. Chopra who i think is on the far. I've i make fun of deepak with gusto in my book but nonetheless i think he's on the far benign end of the self-help spectrum. Then we i did a lots of stuff on the folks who are way more questionable the sort of solve your problems through the power of positive thinking crew. You know the secret. And i did a lot of stuff on james arthur ray. I believe his name is the guy who had that sweat lodge ceremony where people died or and basically i was completely completely unimpressed. Depressed confused didn't know what to do. And actually during this period of time i came home one night to my then apartment on the upper west side of manhattan and my fiance and now baby mama. Bianca gave me a gift as i walked into the apartment that evening. She said. I've been listening to you. Talk about deepak chopra. Necker totally and blah blah blah and. Not making much sense as you do but it vaguely reminded me. This is her. Talking vaguely reminded me of a book. I read many years ago and here it is and the book was by a guy of i mentioned earlier on the show. When we're talking about the booze named dr mark epstein. I liked him right away because he had actual credentials. He's a as. I said a shrink lives and works in new york city and he's written all these incredible books about the overlap between buddhism and psychology modern psychology and so. I started reading one of his books that night. The book i started reading was going to pieces without falling apart and huddle. It's a great title and it's a great book. I highly recommend it and and i. It was my first introduction to both buddhism and meditation. Did you begin some type of practice after that book. Give you the prescriptive how to in a form of self help that you did not have in affleck shock in response to add high on the regular. When i was a logical hives. A really good phrase. I might steal that Away i have like five million milligrams of caffeine system so on fire continue so yeah well as somebody who has a panic disorder. I can't have caffeine. It's the poor. Man's caffeine continue. So so i. I am a tough case as i referenced before so i read about. Buddhism was really interested in buddhism. But talk about meditation. I found repellent. And so i i was very very resistant. And what finally brought me over to trying. It was so this is like two thousand nine. I as i started researching meditation. I came across some of the science. That really strongly suggests that meditation can confer a long list of tantalizing health benefits and at that time that science was not well publicized. And so. I had this inkling of oh. This is a huge story. That people don't know about and i had this kind of entrepreneurial. Each of meditation appears to be really helpful. And all of these books. I'm reading or many of the books. I was reading. Because i started reading. Ton are really annoying. And i could write a book that uses the word. Fuck lot and like tells embarrassing stories and maybe that would reach people who otherwise would never do this thing. And so i started after really looking at the science kind of reviewing it with my wife was a scientist. I was really convinced that there was something here. So i started doing like five to ten minutes a day and it really helped and then after about a year of that i met sam harris. I actually remember him. I had met sam once years before. And then i met him again. I was moderating debate. That he was in against deepak chopra and he actually dismantled them. You can you can see that on youtube to and sam. I loved And i still love as a general rule. You do not want to debate. Sam know very scary. Actually the thing about sam and you know this because you know him is like he can seem very intimidating but if you direct with them especially if his wife's around and his wife is an extraordinary person annika harris written written consciousness. Ito he he. She can reduce him to like a blood. You know giggling red-faced ball a puddle. Which is amazing. And he's like he's really warm and Incredible and he told me about joseph goldstein. And got me into this meditation retreat and that really crack things open for me and and i would say since doing that. Retreat for the last decade is just a nonnegotiable part of my life. Is it part of your life on the frequency of daily a few times a week. What is the current or when you're at your best when you are your you're bestself. Let's just say what is your frequency of practice. I said i'm going to buy forget the answer here. Because i'll answer for me and then i do to say a few things about because i think the question that's probably coming up in the minds of some of your listeners is like what's the least i can do to get all of the advertise benefits. So i'll say. I'll say something about that too but i don't want you to be discouraged by what i'm about to say. Which is that for me. It's everyday once in a blue moon. I will miss a day because something has it's just gotten totally crazy or whatever and i went through a period where i did two hours a day which was way too much not in that it was it was nuts. It was it was just eating up too much of the rest of my life to now. I do about an hour a day but a much more relaxed about it. And i kind of my rule has always been and this is true. Even when i was doing two hours a day. I think i can do it whenever i want wherever i want. And in whatever increment. I want so it may be five minutes here. It's there on a really good day. I'll get you know thirty. Forty five sixty minutes but on many days it's just like a succession of smaller sits and or i'll do a walking meditation. So yeah i'm pretty consistent. But i don't think that's that's necessary for beginners. I really think the access point here is really easy and user friendly. And what i say for my two little mantras slogans here. I go again for for beginning. Meditators one is one. Minute counts a really think and we can talk a little bit more about how to do the practice. But i really think that even in a minute you can start to get a sense of. Oh yeah i've got this inner cacophony. And i don't need to be owned by it. So it's the visibility that is the kryptonite for the ego. That seeing it really defangs it which is kind of amazing and that can happen in a minute. What i love to see you do five to ten sure. But we know that habit formation's really hard diabolically hard so setting the bar really low. I think is very helpful and then the other little slogan is daily. Ish you know yes. Would it be great if you're doing this every day. Sure but if you grit your teeth and tell yourself you're gonna do it every day the first day you miss. Which inevitably you will the voice in your head will swoop in and tell you you're a failed meditators and then like deuces. You're out. And and so i think daily ish has like elasticity flexibility in it that i really like brushing your teeth right. You miss a day your your. Your teeth aren't gonna disintegrate Twenty thirty days. Then you might have an issue that starts to crop factor the abscess back to the ap says i don't know why i'm so focused on dentistry today. But the question for you about the s. Subjective experience of this is a regular practice for me in my own personal experience. The video of meditation which i can find tremendous benefit in ten to twenty minutes a day done consistently i find tremendous value. The value is not always obvious. When i am doing it but it becomes more obvious if i suddenly stop for a period of time i would just love to hear. What is dan with meditation. Look like compared to dan without if you suddenly go cold turkey for a period of time for whatever reason or however. You'd like to tackle that. Just people can get a grasp on the benefits as you experience them. That was just really well articulated when you talked about your own practice because this is perhaps the hardest thing to understand about meditation because all of us. I'm making an assumption here that but i think it's safe for your audience. We're all type a. People we do something and we expect to succeed. We expect to win is so we go into meditation with expectations. Which are the most noxious thing you can bring to the party. So in a individual sitting or walking meditation in an individual session of meditation. The goal is not to feel any certain way in fact going into it. If you're expecting or hoping to feel a certain way it pretty much blocks you from getting there. The goal instead is to feel one ever. You are feeling clearly so that you build the muscle of not being owned by your feelings. Let me just say that again. Because it's a little hard to understand when you sit to meditate. You're you really don't need to like will yourself into a bulletproof bliss bubble instead you should. Just be noticing whatever's coming up. You know planning lunch on planning a homicide i've you know i'm i'm jealous of of like i'm a mc remembering primordial anger toward my younger brother. Whatever is coming up and that is correct meditation because the visibility is the kryptonite seeing clearly. The cacophony of your own. Inner landscape is how you are no longer owned by it and over time so you can have a whole week of quote unquote bad sits where you're totally distracted or you know your restless or you're sleepy but over time the net effective is that you are more self aware and therefore less yanked around by the malevolent puppeteer of your ego and so for me what i notice and actually this is why falling off the wagon can be really helpful because it can increase your faith in the practice. What i notice is that if i miss a few days my inner weather becomes much more stormy and unlikely to eat too much or too you know. Make a nasty comment be impatient. Beat myself up more. It'd be more judgmental. When i look in the mirror etcetera etcetera. I can just really see the venom quotient increase. When i'm not doing this thing. Use the word weather. And i can't remember fu shared this imagery with me at some point. But they said here. The difference between experiencing as you experience without meditation and with meditation is like standing outside in the rain in a storm versus standing inside looking out the window at the storm. And they're they're a bunch of other analogies that like one would be to being eighteen inches. Outside of the washing machine looking at the clothing versus being inside or sitting in the audience watching the movie of your emotions versus being in the movie or third these all these analogies or metaphors that to imply a level of observation and detachment. Although i'm sure some psychologists would take issue with that term what is the practice look like what is your actual practice. Look like because there's so many ways to meditate right. It'd be like saying. I do sports. It's like well. What are we talking about. Ball swimming curling. What are we talking about here so in meditation. What is your particular format. What does it look like. That's exactly right that there are many many forms and people can get pretty dogmatic about you know their support for whatever meditative team. They've chosen the kind of meditation that i generally talk about publicly. And you know we teach on my app and everything is called. Mindfulness meditation which is derived from buddhism butts and i talked about john cabins in before this was his innovation. He was this. Mit whiz kid. Who discovered then and then it was on a meditation retreat. A buddhist meditation retreat and had this insight that like. Oh if we strip this of its religious lingo and metaphysical claims we could teach it in secular contexts such as health care and people who otherwise would reject it might embrace it and he invented an eight week protocol for teaching. What's called mindfulness. Based stress reduction and secularize it and giving a structure of an eight week teaching program. That is what allowed for science scientists to come in and say okay. well we. This is replicable now. We can run this on a bunch of different populations and measure their quarters all levels and look at their brains etcetera etcetera. And that's what's given us this in large measure. That's what's given us. This explosion of research into what meditation does to the brain said. That's the kind. I was initially attracted to in the kind of meditation that i know evangelize for i have over time in this is totally optional. But for me. I've overtime gotten more interested in the buddhist antecedents and so i would describe myself as a buddhist but in the sense. That is a great author named stephen bachelor who wrote a book called buddhism without beliefs and he describes buddhism not as something to believe in but as something to do and in that sense. I'm a buddhist in the in the maybe in the same sense that i'm a journalist it's like it is something that i do regularly but i. I wouldn't sit here pound the table on behalf of rebirth but i do think that the buddhist practices are just a revelation and this like a just a vast treasury really. So what is the practice. Look like beginning. Mindfulness meditation really is very simple. You just find a reasonably quiet place and sit with your spine reasonably straight. You don't have to be uptight about that. In fact being uptight is not recommended in any aspect of this. If you don't wanna sit you first of all you don't have to be. You don't have to fold yourself into a pretzel. Don't you can sit in a chair. You can also lie down if you're feeling sleepy and are worried about falling asleep. You can stand up by the way falling. Asleep is not a problem very common and actually a good sign that maybe you need more sleep. So that's the first step final reasonably quiet place comfortable position. Close your eyes. If you don't like to close your eyes you can kind of just gaze softly at a neutral spot second step is bring your full attention to the feeling of your breath coming in and going out pick one spot like your belly or your chester knows and just kind of commit to feeling that and and that's the key word here feeling because we do. We spend most of our life trapped in thought but actually were in this practice kind of dropping below the level of thought and tuning into the raw data of the physical sensations of the and falling the chest rising following the air entering or exiting the nostrils. And so that's step number two just by the way i should say that if some people find the breath to be anxiety producing and that's actually not uncommon especially now with covid has a pulmonary implication. Obviously and blm has a lot of Stuff about not being you know people. I can't breathe has become a really really resonant in a difficult a phrase so if the breath is hard for you you can just focus on the feeling of your body sitting or lying down or standing or pick one spot your body like your hands. Whatever they're touching just commit to that and that's the third step is as soon as you try to do this thing which is going to sound reasonably simple. You'll realize it's infernally difficult because your mind will go into mutiny mode. It's like it's like trying to hold a live fishing. Your hands like it's just slipping away from all the time you know it's like you're planning lunch or you're planning some you know expletive-filled speech you're going to deliver to your boss sir. You know like random. What was casper the friendly ghost before he died or just like your minds all over the place and that that is the moment most people think they are failed meditators. But i'm here to tell you that is the moment when you notice you become distracted even if it's for the whole session just noticing that you've become distracted is proof that you are meditating correctly because as i said before the goal here is not to cl- actually i haven't said yet there's a really important. The goal is not to clear your mind because clear. Your mind is impossible unless you're enlightened or you have died the instead to focus your mind for a nanosecond or two on on something like the feeling of your breath through the feeling of your body sitting and then every time you get distracted you start again and again and again and that. Act of noticing the distraction and starting again is like a bicep curl for your brain and this is what we see on the brain. Scans of meditators. This is the mechanism by which we are training. Your attention were boosting your ability to focus. Were boosting your self awareness and that self awareness that regular sort of systematized collision. We're engineering and meditation with the voice in your head. That is revolutionary. Because as soon as you start to see how chaotic your mind is. And i know i'm banging on about this point but it's just you you can't say too much as soon as you start to see the chaos of your own mind. That's the first step toward not being owned by it. And i just think that's used a bunch of analogies earlier. Another analogy that. John cabins in uses is the you can think of the mind like a waterfall and the thoughts and urges and impulses. That's all the water flowing ceaselessly down the waterfall. Mindfulness which is the self awareness that we're generating through. Meditation is like the crevice in the rock face behind the water. That lets you now mixing my metaphors kind of step out of the traffic and to view the contents of your consciousness with some non-judgmental remove and this is not new age nonsense. We are classified as a species as homo sapiens. Sapienze the one who thinks and knows he or she thinks and yet that capacity this birthright of yours is atrophying for many of us because in our culture at least nobody points out that we have this bonus level in our in our brain. And so that's what. You're developing a meditation on a comeback to the bicep curl because i think it's helpful way to view the practice least. It's been helpful for me. And that is a pull from a different type of meditation for just a second because For all it's all the criticisms levied against tm. I do think that Some transitional meditation teachers which is a mantra based practice have a way of setting the pass fail bar very low to help you practice consistently in the beginning. And i think that's really important. I mean if you decide as type. A person like anything worth doing is worth overdoing therefore. I'm going to sit in the lotus two hours a day five days a week. That's my resolution. The likelihood of you failing is almost one hundred percent right but if you instead come into it. As i was advised at one point when i practised. Tm is if you say your mantra once. I mean this is like one or two syllables. If you say once a twenty minute session that as a successful session then for someone who's accustomed to trying to put points on the scoreboard and compete. It's the proper sort of mental and trickery to get me to do two or three days in a row. And i found that extremely helpful. And the i can't remember if it was tarbuck or sharon salzberg who said to me. I think it was one of the two who said the bringing the attention back from casper. The ghost to your breath even once like. That's the bicep curl that's the repetition that that is the practice. The practice isn't sitting there like a buddhist in this single pointed experience of universal consciousness. For twenty minutes the practice is thinking about pornhub or different strokes or like dunkin donuts and then coming back to the breath once like. That's the rep. That's when you earn points which was just incredibly helpful. Re frame for me you can have an incredibly messy seemingly messy meditation practice and still consider it successful which was difficult for a compulsive type a personality like yours truly to get a toehold on in the beginning. Amen to everything you just said. That was just all perfect and difficult for me to and which is why to me the biggest revolution in my own practice. And this is just goes back to me being a hard case because this is recent for me. When great meditation teachers give the beginning instructions. They often say you know it's not a cold clinical detachment with which were viewing the contents of consciousness. It's actually a often used. The word which i've traditionally found quite overwrought but like a a loving awareness and i completely ignored that part of instruction and over time what i have found. This actually will bring me to the second slogan. I was going to try to get to at the beginning of this conference earlier. In the conversation over time i've really started to add into the mix instead of like a cold. Maybe you might say journalistic remove on the various machinations of my ego. That i'm witnessing when i sit in meditation to bring a warmer friendlier again. Maybe even loving sense as i'm viewing you know all of my ugliness that has been a revelation and what which brings me to the slogan. Which is i think in our western individualistic culture. We think of spiritual quests says like a slaying. the dragon which is pretty violent. And so i actually think it's more like hugging the dragon and that that is a radical disarmament. Because i've just noticed as i see like my own selfishness or my own jealousy or my own impatience. My own self laceration. If i can see that as like ancient and you heard you talk about this recently on on that incredibly brave podcast you did about the childhood abuse you suffered if you can start to view these story lines as their ancient storylines their ancient inner characters who are trying to help you and they made sense. They were adaptive at some point in your life but they aren't working now but instead of slaying those dragons which by the way will only make them stronger if you hug them if you give them a high five and a seat at the table on a party hat they will quiet down in you can then make better smarter decision down totally for whatever thinking of this tiny huffy bike that i had as a kid huffy. Some people recognize that name. This tiny huffy bike with like the padded handlebars bmx with training wheels. That's a great bike when you are the proper size. But you're still trying to ride that when you're in your twenties thirties and forties that is You're going to have some pinches. That's very uncomfortable. Rides was perfect for a time and is no longer the right tool for the job. But doesn't mean you have to throw it in the trash compactor and write curses all over it. it Also brought up memory of a pin that my mom bought for me was last summer from my birthday. Which says sometimes. I wrestle with demons. Sometimes we just snuggle. And i thought that was a pretty good reminder for mindfulness practice. What is your relationship with anger. That could be passed to end present tense but i have read that one of the. Let's call it difficult emotions that you still experience regularly. This is at least an interview in two thousand. Eighteen was anger. Could you speak to your relationship with anger or how that has been a presence in your life. A prominent inner player. And i'm still kind of working on this so What i'll say is because maybe going to be not polished just as a joke to start a chris cuomo who used to work at. Abc news and we became friends back then but he's now a c. n. n. primetime host to. He wrote an article years ago for some men's health magazine or something like that and he talked about his emotional landscape having to gears anger and self pity and just so great and so perfect for me in some ways because those those two emotions are just so prominent for me in particular anger and it's a not man. It's just a you know. I i will get angry because you just say i'll get angry at somebody. I'm working with because if they're not doing a good enough job. It threatens my high standards for my work which then threatens my safety. My you know get triggers my anxiety and i will lash out and then a- lash back at myself for being stir horrible person and that is really hard to untangle and this is where the hugging dragon becomes really useful to see at the root of that is fear right. Anger is often described as a secondary emotion. It's usually something that happens as a knock on effect of more primary emotion in my case over time. I've just seen the emotion that seems to be at the root of so many of my problems is fear anxiety and so it can lead to as a knock on effect. This anger at other people but primarily is not so much blowing up at other people going on my life now but a lot of anger at myself. I can get into whole loops around. I'm approaching fifty and adds that. I had in my mid thirties now not visible in any way unless you have a high powered microscope and you can get onto a whole thing around that. And and it's like this anger at myself for being sloppy or not being up to my old standards or whatever and same thing can happen around my productivity levels. There's a great phrase heard from podcast named jocelyn k. glide. She has a phrase productivity. Shame which. I just love that you know like i you. I know you're writing a book. I'm writing a book right now. And like if i have not hitting my cadence for completing a chapter it's just there's is just so much anger at myself and so it's been really useful. I've worked with this coach. I know you know. Jerry colona. And i've been working with jerry for years. He's an executive coach but in many ways it's like very close to therapy. And so he. I've been working with them for years and and You know really. He definitely helped me attuned to a the fact that there was notwithstanding my meditation practice quite a bit of anger and be that beneath. That was a lot of fear since you invoked the name of the coach with the spider tattoo. I'm going to use that. And ask you a question that i'll paraphrase sherm not getting it entirely right but questioned. The jury often asks is however you while he encourages you to phrase it in the first person. so how am i complicit in creating the conditions. I say i don't want that is that is a col- colonialism. How would you answer that. Actually how would you have answered that in. Say the pre two thousand ten and has the answer changed. I suspect funny. That's not a question. I've heard him asked that question. But it's not one we've worked on a lot so i don't have already answered so we're going to have to process a lot. You know in real time. I suspect it all comes back to the fear and anxiety to that in particular pre two thousand ten or whatever before i started getting really serious about meditation but even after two. Because it doesn't solve all of your problems and the whole ten percent schtick the the i would say the anger that flows out of the fear was creating a lack of collegiality for me and my work relationships and could sometimes be a really tough thing for my wife to deal with as well and i wanna be clear. It's not like i was a raging alcoholic or anything like that. It's more just like i could go inward i could withdraw and that was hard for people to that is hard for people to read but nonetheless i could also lose my temper and that would be scary or annoying for people and i think now so back then it would. If i felt like had too much stress in my life too much conflict in my life. I think i was complicit because i hadn't taken a look at the sources of my own fear and anger and i would say now the answer would change to be more around the anxiety which i worry one of the things i really learned from jerry and white. Jerry focuses on the leadership in organizations. Is that a primary thesis of his. Is that when you have unexamined baggage as a leader in an organization. You pass your pathology along willy nilly throughout the rest of the organization. It just starts to mirror your idiosyncrasies and now that i'm you know helping to run an organization i mean i guess i have a kind of leadership role. Abc news but within the ten percent half company. You know i worry about and jerry. And i've talked a lot about my anxiety leading you know bleeding out into the rest of the organization and i really have to watch that. You mentioned long ago in this conversation. Actually let's not go long ago. There is is something that. I've bookmarked for later discussion. But the withdrawal the drug sense. But the emotional withdrawing is something. I'd like to dig into a little bit. So i'm looking at some of my notes and one says that you've had the experience were the habit of tending to avoid social engagements. Is that related to the withdrawing. Are you more of. Would you consider yourself an introvert. I ask in part. Because i generally withdraw from social engagements. I find them more to pleading re-energizing generally speaking particularly if it's a larger group to glory if it's people i don't know very well from the outset could you speak to any aspect of that non question that i just throw you. It's not a question. That was super redundant when i said not a non question but it's a it's a real question and i i think actually the reason why i. I've had a big shift on this. I was not very good at keeping up with my friends and prioritizing social engagement for a long time largely well. It started a little bit when i stopped doing drugs. And that had could have a negative relation relationship on your friendships with can have a negative impact on your friendships with people were still partying. So there was that. And then i as i started to write ten percent happier and then all of this stuff that happened after ten percent happier like launching a podcast and a company. All that stuff. I just told myself was too busy and so i was really like letting my friendship starve. I am not an introvert though. Actually get an enormous amount of energy. I think i have some introverted tendencies. Hanukkah and i started on a harrison. I started talking recently about this. We never finished conversation shed. I think she might have good diagnosis for me. But i have some introversion in me but generally speaking. I really love seeing my friends and there was an episode a couple of years ago when my wife and my son and i went to a rooftop party was a good biparti for to my colleagues. Abc news and it was just a small group of abc news colleagues and was so much fun. And i got in the car afterwards. And i was like why am i in such a good mood and i realize i don't do this anymore. I i'm not making this a priority and so over the last couple of years i've completely switched that and which is hard during covid but you know we. We moved out of the city. We had the incredible good luck to be able to lease was ending in the cities that we were able to get out of our apartment in the city and rent a house up in the suburbs and has a pool and so over the summer. We're able to bring our friends over all the time. And my happiness level went through the roof from regular social engagement and this actually speaks to a huge issue in our culture which is the lack of prioritization of social connection which has led to a pandemic that predated the current pandemic which was the pandemic of loneliness which is a major contributing factor from the evidence. I've seen to depression anxiety drug abuse. Suicide i you know there are many contributing factors here from the way we live the way. Our societies are structured The the myth of individualism where we think we can do everything alone. Social media which is further sort of Taking us out of you know seeing each other in person. And i think this is a gigantic social issue and on an individual level to be practical about a for your listeners. I think being deliberate about cultivating interpersonal relationships will pay unbelievable dividends. We've talked a lot about meditation. But i'm not a meditation fundamentalist. I think there are many many many levers to pull here. And there's one incredibly powerful one is just having good relationships. It's just right there. In our evolution we evolved to be social creatures. This is how we survive. We killed the mastodon as a group and yet we have as the great writer. Johann hari has written with a first generation to voluntarily. Dissolve the tribe but we need the tribe and so making your own tribe. And if you're introverted. You know for you tim. It's might be about like smaller. Close knit group of really really powerful intimate relationships but we need those relationships. And i would recommend people like being super deliberate about keeping those up even in a pandemic maybe especially in a pandemic so the ten percent happier. Stick your words not mine earlier. I have a comment. And then a whole slew of questions so the comment is i think you call the ten percent happier stick because you were alluding to the fact that many of the emotional experiences that you had before meditation you still have post meditation and it made me think of i'm going to paraphrase here but a parable in a book called awareness by anthony danilo. Who is a jesuit priest. And i suppose you call psychotherapist therapist but tells us parable of this enlightened master who says before enlightenment depressed after enlightenment. I was still depressed but he goes on to say that the relationship to the depression changed. And i'm gonna take some creative liberties here but in in reef effectively says you before enlightenment. I was depressed. And then after enlightenment i continued to experience what we would call it depression but it was more of a there is depression or i am making myself depressed. And it was that level of observer status that allows you to or certainly facilitate decreasing the half-life of depression right. Sam harris talked about the half-life of anger and if you can reduce that from like two hours two minutes or five hours to one hour. The benefits are are huge. Even if the subjective experience at times can still feel the same kind of pre and post. So i just. I thought that was something very important that you'll looted to when you are calling it. The ten percent happier sticks. Let's talk about that. You publish ten percent happier excellent title by the way. Thank you and i very well. It spawns all of these. Various businesses. Absence on that both contribute. I think incredible tools to those who are open to them and has also made you into. I'm going to use a little bit of hyperbole here but a very unlikely self help guru so you have spent a lot of time as and probably still do as the the skeptic the deep bunkers of self-help pundits in innocence when you were writing or or contemplating writing what became ten percent happier. How did you approach it. And i think there are probably quite a few things that i'm digging for here in one is. How did you create a book that or think about creating it that ended up being very successful. A huge crowded category right. Because i would imagine at the time if you'd said some of your friends like hey. I'm thinking about random on meditation. They're like well. Yes if you want to be number. Two five million six hundred seventy six thousand on the list of meditation books. Knock yourself out nonetheless. It cut through the clutter. So how did you think about writing this book. I mean you mentioned a little bit and brief earlier but it really cut through and stood out so effectively crowded category. I would just love to hear anything that you'd have to say about that. What i mentioned to barbara walters. One time that. I was working on this book. She turned to me and literally said. Don't quit your day job. So i know read. This was a complete. I say this as somebody who's already outed himself as an atheist or agnostic or whatever. But like i was a complete leap of faith. I had no reason to believe this is going to be a success. I did not think it was going to be success. I thought it was going to be mildly embarrassing and then go away. My publisher pushed back just a second though. A book is a hell of a heavy lift like that is not an easy thing to do. So what what. Were you hoping this book would do. Because as we both know book economics if you are a huge outlier can produce some income. But they're not the best. It's like relying on music royalties or something like that. Why do it. You might not have had high expectations but maybe you had some hopes related to it. So that amount of work there was the fantasy which i really was aware that was was a fantasy and then there was the thing that kept me going day to day so the fantasy yes was that i was kind of like a man still. I am like a. B. or c. level network news person who you know i worried about ever like really cutting through in that industry and also could see quite clearly that it's not an industry. That's kind to at senior statesman. So what was my future here. And so like my fantasy was that i would create a whole new brand for myself in some ways and that it would really help a lot of people who would reflexively reject meditation in the ordinary course of events but if talked about in the right way would really embrace it and so that was my fantasy. But i didn't allow myself to indulge in that that much because all the messages i was getting including from my own publisher where that this was not going to first of all. I couldn't sell the book. I had a fancy book agent and he couldn't even one meeting and i and that one word exit yes and that one editor bought it but for very little money and title ten percent happier case. Houston they then tried to bargain me up to twenty or thirty percent of year and i was like you. Don't get the joke. They also at one point tried to get me to change the title to be happy now Which i i did have a real temper tantrum that And so it was not good. I mean the the initial print run was fifteen thousand. I really didn't think it was going. I honestly didn't think it was going to succeed. But of course. I had the fantasies but the re the thing that got me going from day to day. 'cause i had many conversations with people in my life including my brother who's really like my closest adviser and probably the smartest person i know and i remember him. Just kind of marveling at like dude. You're so it took me five years to write that book and he was just like you are spending so much time on this thing and you have no idea if it's going to be published or whether it's going to be success at what are you doing this for and i think it was because i needed to figure this stuff out and i know you know this tim because you've written so many books like there was a great expression. I once that you should only write a book. If you have to. And i felt like i had to write this book because i was trying to figure out these incredibly important issues to me around anxiety and ambition and and this the voice in the head and the remedies for that or the ways to work with it. I only fully started to get some level of understanding as i was writing. And so that's really what kept me gone five years. That's a long time. yeah the book. I'm writing now is too much to the consternation of the people in my orbit is gonna take me at minimum for. What are you working right now. Can you say or cover. I think it's similar to what you're working on in some ways. Because i knew. You're writing a book about healing. And i would say i've only recently started using this formulation of i think it's a book about love which is and i. Love has gotten a really bad rap because it comes down to us through hollywood movies and love songs and all you need is love which i love that song but like definitely not true like you also need to brush your teeth and whatever there are lots of other things you need anna elsa think we we we don't think about love and the right way. Our understanding is kind of limited to the romantic. Or maybe the way we feel about our kids but in a lot of buddhist circles that you can think about love as kind of anything north of neutrality just like the human capacity to care and and you can also think of it as omni directional which i think is perhaps the most interesting aspect here which is and this gets to the hug the dragon aspect of it. It's like if you can start to love yourself. And i don't mean love yourself like you're walking around giving yourself hugs or talking about how great you are but like have some warmth toward your own inner ugliness or as rom dos has said before he passed. He said it's not about defeating your neuroses. It's about becoming a connoisseur of them like if you think about like self love in that way will that's like the unlock that can improve your relationships and lead to a really virtuous cycle of okay. Show your inner weather as balmier than your relationships get better and as a consequence of your relationships getting better because we know that relationships are in many ways like the apex predator of like self care techniques or self care like aspects of self care. Then then your inner weather gets better and then your relationships get better and goes into virtuous cycle upward spiral. And so for me. Like that's what i mean when i'm talking about love. I wrote a subsequent book to ten percent. Happier called meditation fidgety. Skeptics and i wrote it really quick and i made myself and everybody around me miserable and in the end the book was fine but wasn't like it's not as impactful i don't think has as ten percent happier and so my goal for this next book and i may fail but i'm willing to make the leap of faith in the investment largely. Because i'm trying to figure this shit out for myself and so it's gonna take me a long time books. What a what an everest books are. And i'm on the fence i have. I will be honest. I have god knows how many words i mean. Fifty thousand eight hundred thousand nine hundred and fifty thousand. Words gathered largely in the form of notes and rough drafts and so on for this healing. This book about i should. I should personalize it. Because i don't think it's one size fits all but my own healing journey and i'm knocking the lie that i have become largely demotivated which is not necessarily a bad thing after releasing this podcast about the childhood abuse because that was the big reveal that was going to be in a sense. The nucleus of this book and i feel like the live dialogue with my friend. Debbie millman was a a more suitable format in a way it was more emotionally charged appropriate format for that reveal then text. I'm not saying that's true for all things. I think that many many things are better explored in the printed word but since releasing that into the wild. I have all these notes i am not. I've lost a bit of the internal pressure. And the there's going to be really dramatic but sort of the like the devil within the at my back to get out into the world. If that makes any sense which i think is is a good thing in a sense because i'm having having to but i'm choosing to leave more slack in the system which i have done for the last month or two and it's deeply uncomfortable. Deeply deeply deeply uncomfortable. If you're thrashing around in the kiddie it's like yeah. You don't have to look at the stuff that's at the bottom of the pool. You just creating so much surfaced froth with the frenetic activity in lots and lots of projects and so on which. I've always not just done. I would say to cover things. But because i enjoy. That's like the kind of parker six gear to borrow from your from your friends. A two year analogy windy. You feel most at ease and expansive or would you feel the greatest sense of spaciousness. I'm going to answer that. But can i just go back to your book for a second and i say this to be a devil whipping you and i think it's totally fine if you never write a book and because the service you provided by releasing that podcast is already immense so i say this very gingerly because i again this to apply pressure. But it's may be too. It's perhaps week attempt at re motivation. If that's even appropriate with it because i think there's a difference because the podcast was stupendous in in many ways. Because you know i of course for people who suffered trauma and as you guys exposed on there. It's you know it's or or described on there. It may be as high as one of every three women in one in every six men and perhaps even higher given the shame around reporting and among men so that that's a huge population but beyond that there were the themes that you described it really resonated with me who who luckily didn't suffer any childhood abuse their the themes you described in there that are very similar to the things that i'm describing which is viewing these adaptive patterns behavioral patterns the storylines that we adopt in childhood. You you talked about sort of dissociation which made a lot of sense was grew as brilliant as a kid but not so useful. As you got older that the universality i think of bringing some warmth exploring through various modalities. You've described therapy. Cdt in particular but also Psychotropic drugs and meditation hearing you walk through that narrative in a much more granular way and us. Watch your process. I think there. There's an enormous amount of value could provide their i again. I'm not saying you're fucking up. If you don't do it. But i could see how would serve a lot of people if you did do it. I appreciate the pep talk dan. I it's not. It's not absolutely off the table. Not absolutely off the table. I have a good would give me a stiff drink and another talking to if you heard me saying this but i have this. I think developed certain apprehension writing. Because i really haven't written a monster book not that this would need to be a monster book but it probably would knowing me and my my tendency to write phone. Books was two dozen eleven. So it's been a long time. I mean you have tools of titans which did have quite a bit of original writing. Probably hundred fifty one hundred hundred and fifty pages original writing but it was connective tissue for the rest of the book tribal mentors which was one of the incredible demonstration of efficiency and having other people. Write a book for you. Which i can't recommend highly enough so there's some apprehension rounded but getting back into the writing game. I think i need to sharpen up my ice skates and take a bunch of shots on goal. That are in a practice setting before. I get back to real live game play but i suspect i'll get there very early on in this conversation. You mentioned i. Don't wanna say reverence too strong but an appreciation for how adherence to these various religions. You were exposed to through. Your assignments had regular regular cadence of contemplating their place in the cosmos contemplating the universe in whatever capacity. Have you found an opportunity or vehicle for doing that yourself. Or is that still a non essential or non present at least element in the puzzle. That is dan harris. No it's totally essential and it. It really comes in the form of buddhism and it's not just buddhism beats to sectarian about this. It's just living in exam and examined life. Generally and so for me that can happen in the form of my meditation. Practice and going on meditation retreats. But it's also hosting a podcast. Where i get the interview being all sorts of people including you. It's listening to other people's podcasts. Yours sam's our mutual friend Peter attiyah it's reading books so it's walking in nature. It's it's anything that can jar you of the constricted sense of being an ego being a small self peering frightfully out at the world through your eyeholes and more into god this this is where you get into the sort of cliche stuff but like feeling connected the and so. I haven't toyed much with alex. Although i'm very interested in it but you know you can get that in psychedelics. Get it pretty easily meditation. I can get it in socializing with my friends. I get it with. I have a five year old and a son and he is just like just a constant source of this and also like worry and frustration to in engaging in the lifelong exercise and project of being in a marriage. So there's so many for me it seems like such a target rich environment four contemplating externally and internally that has been just incredible shift in my life since those days when i was reluctantly exposed to the faithful and had that inchoate sense of maybe there was something i was missing but i didn't want exactly what these guys were doing. F- feel like. I figured that out. I mean figured out much. But i figured out the various access points for me to start this this investigation just a quick side note on psychedelic people who may not have any exposure to other conversations about them. This may seem odd. But i just pulled it up because i thought it might be fun and instructor for folks. There's a book called the island written by aldous huxley. Yeah i've read end okay. So aldous huxley also doors of perception considered the island. His most important work was a novel about apolo. This utopian island and there's this psychedelic brew. The second medicine called moshe moshe. And there's a there's a portion if you don't mind me sort of indulging myself on this podcast. I'll just read this real briefly so here we go. This is a dialogue between two characters in the novel. Mocha medicine takes you to the same place you get to in meditation. So why bother to meditate. You might as well ask why bother to eat dinner but according to you. The marsha medicine is dinner. It's a banquet. She said emphatically. And that's precisely why there has to be meditation. You can't have banquets everyday day to rich and last too long besides banquets are provided by caterer. You don't have any part in the preparation of them for your everyday diet. You have to do your own cooking. The motion. medicine comes as an occasional treat in theological terms of medicine prepares one for the reception of gratuitous grace's pre mystical visions or the full-blown mystical experience. Meditation is one of the ways in which one cooperates with those gratuitous graces. How by cultivating the state of mind that makes it possible for the dazzling ecstatic insights to become permanent ritual eliminations. I getting to know oneself to the point where won't be compelled by once unconscious to all the ugly absurd self stultifying things that one so often finds once-off doing and i think that's a great description narrative painting of a scene to compare put side by side psychedelic compounds and experiences with meditation. Because i think the tendency among also many type a driven personalities when they hear the description of say very strong sills seven experience or iowa experience. Fifteen years of therapy in two nights great. I've been looking for the shortcut. Let me go do this and get on the front lines and take a thousand bullets to the face in a short period of time to get this over with so i can move into my more lightened phase. And that's a very problematic approach and can backfire. Can destabilize can really untethered people. Also i use the expression on logical hives earlier in the conversation. Which i don't know i'm not sure where that came from. But there is a term that i don't know if the scientists would be comfortable using his name very well known. Scientists would call ontological shock where people come out of these experiences. So let's use the same word destabilized because of the richness vividness comprehensiveness of their experience under psychedelics. That a lose their faith in the fidelity and the realness of this. Let's call it ordinary reality and that may sound like word salad to some but it is it can be a not just terrifying but persistent issue for some folks and you know. There is a reason that psychedelics prior to that becoming the default term were called psycho. Medics were used to instigate. What clinicians at the time assumed to be psychotic episodes even though neuro biologically. They're actually quite different if you were to look at to functional mri higher or quite different but subjectively. They can seem quite similar. So that is that is not something you want to do on a daily basis. It may be something you never wanna do. But meditation allows you to access many of the same channels without having at spinal tap eleven volume so soliloquy complete if we flash forward a three years three years for these kind of thought exercises for you to be. In retrospect looking back at the past three years this is three years from now. What would you like to see in your own life. That's deliberately very broad. But if we were to flash forward to. Dan harris three years from today and ask. Are you happy with the last three years you satisfied you. Content pleased choosier adjective. What assessment would you. Would you run one of the things you would look for. Anything in particular will like there's a superficial level. That's not unimportant but the superficial level of you know i'm really focused on professionally on building a brand and a company that is going to help a lot of people. I'm grow and be good for our employees and writing. The book is part is of related to that. And so all that stuff which i would put on the more superficial end of the spectrum while again not being unimportant. That's there i'd say deeper is. Is this stuff again. Just to invoke this cheesy little hug. The dragon phrase like that seems to me like to be incredibly onward leading and to have profound ripple effects for every aspect of my existence. The more i can switch my response to my own to use this phrase against of inner ugliness from anger or just sort of blind obedience to a sort of slightly amused warmth that just strikes me as really consequential in terms of how i'm treating myself and then how treating other people and then all of the ramifications of that dynamic and so it will show up in lots of ways like how am i about you know my own feelings about like my own body or toward food or toward productivity or how am i in my marriage house. All of that modeling. Which of course your kids gonna see. How's that all impacting him. And what kind of human he's gonna become and all of the ripple effects of his actions in the world so yeah that seems like the project to me and it's not just as simple as you know you talked before about like kind of and i didn't respond to because we moved on but there was you were talking before about like the selflessness or not self the the The idea in buddhism that there is no solid self here so instead of saying i'm angry you can say there is anger and i see that is related to the. It's not just that you have a warm relationship to your anger. You see that th. The anger isn't as like identifying with it as my anger instead of seeing it in this kind of radical as nature we again think of ourselves as atomised individual egos righteous nature is outside of us. Were looking at it through this lens of me but absolutely can't be true to go to the cliche. You're the the atoms that make up your body or from the first exploded stars you are part of nature and so therefore all of the horrible little things that you're thinking all of these things that you feel so much like you data nature to and and that helps you not identify with it. Not it doesn't have to be your anger anymore. Can just be anger and so the combination of viewing it with some warmth and then viewing it as nature as a selfless phenomenon that you don't have to claim that project seems like i would love to be further and further along in the development of those twin mutually reinforcing capacities over the next three years. Me to you mentioned the weather patterns earlier in the conversation at midnight getting. I very rarely i would say never get angry. At the day for being overcast or raining or fill the blank right so getting closer to that level of equanimity detachments slash connection with the occurrences of emotions. Viewing them similarly that something to aspire too. You can view your emotion as a weather pattern. This is not my analogy. Because i can you view the what is a hurricane or any storm. It's a confluence of meteorological atmospheric events that come together to create a storm. But this you can't find any core to the storm. There is no essential nugget of storm. It's a coming together of variety of phenomena and the same is true for your anger but we just don't see it that way and so starting to just play with the idea of like this anger may just be a naturally occurring phenomenon just like a storm as joseph goldstein often says takes the nutrient of i out of it and makes it so much less loaded question popping to mind for me. I don't know why. I want to ask it but i'm going to ask if i were to ask dr bianca your partner in crime partner life or not i if i were to rather put her in a situation with you where she is saying to you dan i am so proud of you for dot dot dot just looking back over. The last could be last. Few years could be last week. Could be anything but what my she said you. I don't have to guess. Actually because jerry colona not that long ago he and i were having a skype session and he asked me something to the effect of like what would be similar question to what you just asked like what would be and i said. Well we don't have to guess. Let's bring her in she. She's pretty shy so she was mad at me for doing this. But i pulled her over in front of camera and he asked her but she loves him so she was happy to see him so she asked him a bunch of questions. He asked her a bunch of questions and and she said the following which was so just by way of background. I got involved jerry. Because i had a three sixty review. This was two and a half years ago for those brutal. Yeah okay so have you ever had one. I have a the cover from it okay. So i'm still recovering. This was tuna half years ago. And i had a three sixty review. I did it as like a cute little thing. That i thought might be like a good element for a book that i was writing. Now let's do you want to just for. It is described what this is yes. I will Three sixty review is a corporate thing. Mostly were you were you hire. A company and executive will hire a company or the the executives. Boss will hire a company that comes in and interviews said executives superiors peers and subordinates. So you get a three sixty view of how they're performing in the company. I with jerry did the colonoscopy version of this where we interviewed sixteen people both from my professional life and my personal life so like my wife. My brother okay. Exactly there be dragons by the way. I've learned a hug but i didn't. I didn't know this. I didn't have a sort of warmth toward my inner dragons in the when we did this two and a half years ago and the results were devastating devastating. Because everybody there. The feedback is reported anonymous. Yes yes that's a keep the key it's like basically. I got to eavesdrop on a conversation that sixteen of my closest colleagues and friends and family members had behind my back and and all the feedback was anonymous. Used and it was. I was sick for days. And that's the book. I'm writing now. That's that's the panic attack of the book. I'm reading now. So the first book began with a panic attack. This book against the three sixty and so i thought it was going to be like cute little device. I would use for a book. It turned out to be so devastating that it became the whole book. My sort of dealing. With what i learned in this three sixty. And it's the best thing that ever happened to me as horrifying one of the best things that ever happened to me as horrifying as it was and so anyway jerry called yuck over in. She said that she was incredibly proud of me for dealing with all of the contents of the three sixty which she has read. First time she read it she cried. She said she was very proud of my dealing with it. Forthrightly and really digging in. And i said at the moment will bianca you know like i read a book about this. Some essentially getting paid to do this work. And i don't know like i i have trouble giving myself too much credit. And she had she's had to say this to me time and time again and it's really a relief she's like i don't care why you're doing it. You're doing it and you can't fake the doing of it. Whatever your motivations are like really doing. You're really doing it. And the benefits for her for our son. Potentially if i do my job correctly and write the book well the benefits for other people should be real so that was really i just i audio record all of my conversations with jerry because i often write about them and i was just re listening to that the other day. So you're questioning serendipitous. Because i haven't happened to have her words fresh fresh in my mind and moving for me to hear while i don't care why you're doing that's good partner right there. That's a good intervention. Just a few more questions and we'll do. We'll do a couple done some some candy. Some shorter questions. All the answers. Don't have to be short books. You've gifted the most other people outside of of your own. What books have you gifted the most to other people anything that comes to mind and why yes at the books that i most recommend our won't surprise. You all gonna be With one exception. They're all gonna be sort of meditation books. Although the one exception is has has pretty strong ties to to for people who are interested in learning more about this. I recommend why buddhism is true by robert reich waking up sam harris buddhism without beliefs by stephen batchelor real happiness by sharon. And now there's a new entrant which would be you belong by seventy selassie. The the non meditative book. I would recommend but it actually has some pretty strong dharma. Overtones is perhaps the best novel. I've ever read and it was sent to me by seven reference. Who wrote that book you belong. She's a meditation teacher. she her love. Language is to send people books and so she sent me a book recently and it was called the over story. Did you read. This is where i'm going to. I'm going gonna drown in my own productivity. Shame because this book has been recommended to me so many times. It's on my kindle. Can and i haven't yet gotten past page one side. I need to read it but please describe it for people page. One is tough actually. I can see why you wouldn't get past page one because he is a barn burner of a story and so in fact he did. You don't need to look at this as homework because it's it's in a massively pleasurable. Read the only warning. I would give you. Is that as a fellow writer. I found the book to be utterly humiliating. Because i realized that he has more skill in a single paragraph. And i will ever muster in my entire writing career. This guy is a force of nature and the book is about nature. The book is is extensively about trees. But it's it's really about humans and their relationship to trees and he is able to render these incredible characters and create this really page turner of a book. That is again sort of trees. Which makes it sound very boring. but now i'm fascinated by trees. And i love the book and i just couldn't believe still can't believe how much how talented a writer he is. Just it's not fair. i will just say we'll just finally say that one of the great joys of my life recently has has been having a son and or child but he happens to be boy and we moved to the suburbs and we're doing the most quintessentially cheesy suburb thing. Which is he's a cub scout now and He loves nature so we will. We have these cub scout pamphlets and will walk around the yard and identify trees and that has department fueled by the reading of the over story. Favourite documentaries or documentaries you most recommend or tend to recommend a lot night. I also have questioned about well very personal. I suppose approach to documentaries. But how would you answer that. I love. I'm a sucker for a rock duck so i will watch pretty much any rocky. Memory that comes out so obviously king of of them is the last waltz. Who which is a martin. Scorsese movie about the final concert. Put on by the band. There actually is a new documentary called once we were brothers. I believe and it's also about the band. Robbie robertson jr who right now and i loved that but i watch like my wife and i just watched showtime documentary about the goes and it was amazing. I watched a decidedly meteoroid or netflix documentary. But the k. Pop band black pink. But i loved it anyway. Even though it wasn't really that good. No direction. Home about bob dylan. Song exploded which is The new netflix show where they do a half hour on like us song that i watched one last night. Just last night About losing my religion by rem and it's basically a ducted little mini documentary about how they made the song and ended up telling the story of the band as part of that. And so yeah. That's what i find myself watching. When i'm looking to relax so perhaps when people are not looking to relax necessarily but could you please describe guardians of the amazon. I feel it'd be remiss not to bring that up. I did a documentary like an hour long documentary about this amazonian indigenous tribe. We finished it and posted it in february. It's on youtube. You can watch it on hulu. And i went followed this indigenous tribe. They started their own paramilitary organization to go out. And do this. Incredibly dangerous thing of arresting. Illegal loggers legal loggers are basically the tip of the spear when it comes to deforestation the way it works is the loggers come in. They take all the valuable trees. And then then people come in and flatten the whole part of the forest and turn into grazing land for cattle. Wanna know why we have so much deforestation you. You can largely blame your cheeseburger. This try though is incredible and we embedded with them on a mission and they were right. It does like so much. Action unfolded in front of our lenses as they went out and found these loggers and they're armed with bows and arrows. Machetes muskets rifles pistols. Is extraordinary. It is visually and emotionally arresting people. Just watch the trailer for guardians amazon. My reasons for saying that will be extremely extremely clear. You've given a few mottos few mantras if you had a billboard metaphorically speaking to reach billions of people message to put up could be a quote could be a word could be an image could be anything at all. What might you put up on that billboard word. I don't know if this is if this would work on a billboard. But the most exciting idea i've ever encountered and i think it's now my job on the planet to spread the word about this which is in part why i was badgering you about writing your book because i think your book makes this point will make this point in a beautiful way. The most exciting idea is that the mind is trainable that we are not stuck with all the things we don't like about ourselves that w- you can through various modalities including meditation. Therapy psychedelics walks in nature working on your relationships. There's so many ways that you can train your mind. I'm obsessed with music. And i used to back. When record stores were a thing. I would always go to newbury comics in boston. Spend an hour or so flipping through the new records and they would have this like whiteboard. That listed all of the Upcoming releases when i was so interested to see what new records we're gonna come out and and there was an expression above the list and it said all dates can change. So can you. That is the truth dude. Like you can change and like you've demonstrated. This is why. I was so sort of galvanized by listening to your podcast and i knew some of it because you when you came in to do my podcast while ago you actually. I think we stopped rolling. But you had told me some of the story so i was aware of some of what i was going to here on the podcast but just hearing more about the work. You've done to recover from this. Grievous injury makes that point that we can change is not. I'm not saying it's going to be easy but it is doable. And what are the options down. All dates can change in. So can you like it. And that's stuck clearly. Mean that that i guess what was it. Sign poster board. The letters that fit into the grooves. I'm just imagining one of those nouncement. All dates can change. And so can you. I think that's a good place to start to wrap up dana's or anything else. You'd like to say request complaints comments anything you would like to posit a request of my audience listening. No i'm very grateful to you for having me on. Thank you and it was actually really fun. So that's all i have to sign. This has been a whole hell of a lot of fun dan. i always enjoy a conversations and can't wait to see the new book when that is done and people can find you online quite easily book. Ten percent happier. Also the follow-up meditation fidgety skeptics you ten percent happier how to book you have the ten percent happier company with the app and so on twitter at dan. Be harris one us instagram. Dan harris facebook at dan harris. Abc is there anywhere else any other urals or anything that that might be helpful to mention for people who want to see and learn more about what you're up to check out the podcast. We've had illustrious guests such as tim ferriss and many of the all of the meditation teachers who've been referenced in the course of this show on the show on the show. We post episodes twice a week so basically it's a fiesta. Of if you enjoy if you like thinking about human flourishing. That's that's all we talk about. And just like tim and salmon others do as well. So that's the check that him. What is the name of your podcast. Also called ten percent happier easy to remember grand continuity big investor in In companies and so brand new itys recently import. Yes very important. 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Episode 99: The Embalmed Bandit

The Ladies of Strange

31:22 min | 8 months ago

Episode 99: The Embalmed Bandit

"Hello and welcome. We are the ladies of strange. I'm ashley i'm tiffany and i'm rebecca. Thank you for joining us each week as we discuss the history mystery in theory of all things questionable odd and irie aye high would because ready for a great day show. It is a good day. it's episode day. It's rebecca's episode day. Are you ready for an episode. I never know with you. I am to be fair. I have faith in you and my the wild card. No yeah. I don't know you guys both are. I'm just like everybody is the end for me. It's a toss up of whether you'll understand it or hate it. Precisely port gain no less dose. I don't understand. And i hate it. Welcome to most of the people. The meet me i love you. I just don't understand your topic sometime. You're too big brain for me. I think you'll like this one. Okay so. Elmer mccurdy was born on january. First eighteen. eighty two sadie mccurdy. Who was at the time unmarried and seventeen years old. Oh story goes. They were unsure whose father was so basically to save face because it was eighteen eighty nine george and his wife. Helen adopted elmer in eighteen. Ninety after george died of tuberculosis the family moved to bangor maine. I don't know if it pronounce it correctly. Colloquially i don't know sorry sounds good to me goal look at you get no fancy said. What's it like to be big brings. It was here that sadie told elmer that. They didn't know who his father was right about. This time is when elmer started acting out and picked up a drinking habit that was stay with him for the remainder of his life. How old was a tennis. Oh jesus is born. Eighteen eighty renown eighteen ninety. So that's perfectly acceptable for a ten year old to have a drinking. were different. just kidding. it's actually and eighteen ninety. Did we have child labor laws yet. Because i remember seeing lots of pictures of i don't think so drinking in mill so maybe that is about average knows it's crazy. Moving on elmer went to live with his grandfather. For a while. it was at this point. He started an apprenticeship as a plumber. He was competent worker. Who was able to hold down a job until nineteen hundred. It was also this year. He lost his mother to an ulcer in august and his grandfather to bright's disease in september. He lost her to an ulcer. An ulcer oma talk. No you're fine. You're not going to die. You are fines brin rio guys. It is twenty twenty. Three antibiotics been discovered. You're fine like i said everyone dies including me. Let me tell you why it's not. So what is bright's disease. I looked this up. Because i was curious. 'cause i didn't actually know what it was has something to do with the kidneys. That's what i understood. Good research rebecca. You want to hear what. I copy pasted from google rights. Disease also called glummer role knoll rightous inflammation of the structures and the kidney that produce. Urine the glummer maruli and the net franz. The glow maruli are small round clusters of capillaries magazine. Blood vessels that are surrounded by a double walled. Capsule called bowman's capsule. does that. answer your question. Of course. I didn't know about the kidney. Capillaries lebron's standard knowledge moving on his. None of us know that is almer moved around. His alcoholism landed misdemeanor and aided in not being able to hold down a job. And he was like twenty s issue in his twenties in one thousand nine hundred seven. Elmer joined the army and was assigned to fort leavenworth in kansas. During his service he became a machine gun operator and received training for nitroglycerine for demolition purposes. So a vince to anyone who suffers. Because obviously we've been open about our struggles to an alcoholic with mental health issues. Became a machine gun operator and was trained in nitroglycerine. Cool cool cool cool good job military of the nineteen hundreds. I mean nineteen. Oh seven no researching. The demolition purposes wasn't in quotes. But i feel like you listen quotes. I feel like this guy is going to be the next like big doctor that you're going to talk about really good standup guy. Just the best for the community. Because rebecca covers a lot of those so many the with me in nineteen. Ten elmer was honorably discharged on november seventh and is kind of started roaming around again. He met up with an army buddy on november nineteenth. Elmer and his friend were arrested for the possession of the following chisels Hacksaw funnels were nitroglycerine. And gunpowder and money sacks. Well that's probably not a good combination of things. That's circumstantial evidence. Exactly elmore told the judge these items absolutely were not intended for bogery foolery bulgar bulgar behavior bird burglary that one burglar bed that a bird to take things that aren't tis burglarizing for thievery. So i know you see judge but they don't mean what you think it means they are supposed to be tools to help us invent a foot operated machine gun dude because that makes sense really brilliant. That would be pretty fun. Just thinking about some of the band's matthew listens to those drummers that are just she like a paddle boat. Oh my god but the machine gun dude okay. Powerboats are hard enough to paddle. You put a gun on top of their that. I have to control. You might go backwards. I probably would. We talked about that once. We did on a patriot owners episode. Oh that wasn't this okay. Cool over was deemed not guilty on january eleventh nineteen eleven his career as a bank and train. Robber began shortly after ha. Luckily he had his former training with nitroglycerine to fall back on so this segment is called. Nitroglycerin why rebecca is on yet another list. Get i went to google this. I was like nitroglycerin was like here. Are the medical uses for this. I'm like no nitroglycerine uses more. Michael how do i use. Goes into their blow. Things like that has medical purposes. Now how do i get it to make things get bigger quickly. So you know how we were talking about. We needed a spreadsheet for certain things earlier. We need to have spreadsheet of topics that we've covered when we covered them. And when we blatantly said in that episode. Like high nsa. This is why. I researched this topic so when one of us inevitably ends up in court we will have. This is a backup. We were curious. Okay how google doesn't make it to the show. So i'm fucked. Start talking about it. So nitroglycerine is actually. A nitrate compound said of a nitro compound. And if i was a witch. I'd know what that means. Actually a wet nitrate compound. Yes nine though. No one has one eight one had sex. The only thing i can tell you is like chemically. They means something. That's all i got. One is masculine and one is feminine. Know if you're speaking a different language could work. This would be latin. And that's not how male and female conjugation worked for latin. Big brain much for moving on in its purest form. Nitroglycerin is a contact explosive. Sorta like tiffany. Meaning jostling it. Rapidly can have side effects. it does have a high freezing point. Fifty five degrees fahrenheit also like tiffany and is more stable and solid non-emotional form. That is the difference between me. You're more solid and your non-emotional form. I don't have. She's more stable in her solid form but with heat and melting nitroglycerine quickly become unstable. Oh and the older it gets the less stable it gets okay like my mental health. Save their hand relates. Hi i'm nitroglycerine power you how do i make myself explode. Is that why you don't like people touching yes. Are you sure you're calling out the right host of the show because that sounds very similar to the blonde my left. Wow much shade very. Wow so when detonated whether on purpose or by looking at it funny a shock wave is produced. that is self sustaining. So you know how you drop a pebble into water a kind of like out the ripple effect ripple effect. Yeah this just like keeps going and gets bigger amazing so the shock wave can propagate at thirty times the speed of sound which is three hundred and forty three meters per second or seven hundred and sixty seven miles per hour so thirty times that is twenty three thousand and ten miles per hour how why chemicals the kipahulu acts as a material combust it expands to twelve hundred times its original volume and can reach temperatures up to nine thousand degrees fahrenheit. Could google really. How does anything. You're trying to steal survive. How do they survive. Tld are nitroglycerine is unstable and can quickly obliterate you. Bright elmer also liked using it. Obviously is this. The story is the shortest lived villain where he tried to do something and blew himself up and we'll find out oh so todo and march of nineteen eleven and linda. Oklahoma almer was hanging out the three of his buddies. They learned that the iron mountain missouri pacific train was coming by with a safe containing four thousand dollars so these guys after managing to stop the train. how. I don't know superman stuff and they stopped the train. They let all market to work little over zealously. Kay he needed that safe. So the most what was inside. Got fuse to the site of the save ulmer and his gang got away with a measly four hundred and fifty dollars. They had to scrape off what was left of the anti-theft box a fair. That would be me. I don't work well under pressure so sorry guys. Imagine that like us trying to do anything we just do over the top. It's really loud. And we try to scrape up whatever's left to make something out of it and then sounds like rebecca editing or no idea. Okay so in september of nine eleven. Elmer and his gang spent a couple hours hammering. This is a completely different scenario. There are hammering hole into the wall of the citizens bank and chautauqua. Kansas elmer was able to touqan. I think it is a ticket. Chicken chicken tall i. hey the from. Kansas feel free to correct correct. Rebecca ashley i kept quiet on this one we'll whatever fill elmer was able to successfully blow the vaulted door off. It's hinges and through the bank. The storing most of the inside of the bank. I tried to do the same to the safe inside of the vault but failed because what he said up. Didn't go off and if you're working with nitroglycerine the really bad thing. Yeah they're lookout. Man got spooked and read off different elmer and his gang made out with seven hundred and fifty dollars from a random trae in the bank. So they're like running out and just grabbed money from her nearby dry and they decided to part ways for the next couple of weeks omer stayed with a friend and oklahoma and drank heavily. I probably would do the same on october. Fourth in nineteen eleven. Elmer would commit his final robbery. They had intel that katy. Trade was carrying four hundred thousand dollars as royalty payment to the osage nation. The crew mistakenly stopped a passenger car and made out with forty six dollars from the mail clerk to demi johns a whiskey an automated revolver a coat and the train conductors watch. Wow he was so bad at what he did. So elmer was disappointed in these results and he made his way back to his friends. Place up into the hayloft and started making use of the whiskey. He stole after a two thousand dollar reward was issued for his capture. Elmore died on october. Eight and nine hundred eleven in a shootout after being shot once. Oh did they even make two thousand dollars the whole time. No new oh poor guy. That is a first half of elmer story. Oh second half will continue after this. I can you mix up some spirits for us. Oh my god you're on the pun game now the putting train now Hey i'm rohan hall. I'm tracy harrison and we're the hosts of the willing and fable podcast each week. We blend history mystery and mythology to bring you the spooky stories. You wish they taught in school. Did you ever wonder why cracking needs a hug. Or a saint of five thousand. Women earned his title. Are there real life empires dude. We accidentally got our podcast cursed. By a demon we learn more willing and able dot com and join us for new episodes. Released each tuesday wherever you like to listen to podcasts. And we'll see you soon. Okay wait what was that about a team in. it's fine. don't worry about it. And your back is was a nice little interlude so elmer umar elmer. Ooh almers dead. Oh but i'm halfway through my notes. I p. e. guesses on what happens. He's he's no and no he's not actually did elmer's body was taken to the undertaker and huska oklahoma. The chemicals did shit to his body. Yes yes our girl okay. I'm ready after waiting for the body to be claimed which didn't happen. Joseph l jackson owner and undertaker embalmed the hell outta elmer's body using an arsenic based preservative. Typically during this time period this type of preservation method was used when next of kin could not be located or was non-existence. Joseph cleaned up. Elmer dressed him up stored him in the back as he waited for a next akin to claim the body stored him wear in that back. The chilin show those children in the freezer. No further details after a while just decided it was time for elmer to start paying rent and thus decided to place elmer on display. Elmer was dressed in street clothes. An armed with a rifle for a nickel. You could see the bandit who wouldn't give up aka the mystery man of many. Aliases aka the oklahoma outlaw. Hey the embalmed bandits bombed bandit. The bandit seemed to be the name stuck. Why never mind. I know why 'cause it's gross and disrespectful. But why aren't there more. Like dead bodies just chilling as amusement at a terrible sentence. I'm sorry i deep you no finish your thought. I'm intrigued till you know how we've covered some stuff where it's like. The body was on display for this amount of time or the body was set up outside of the shop for this reason. Why don't people do that anymore. Shake probably could probably health codes that tune. Can we do that with my body before it goes to wherever goes There's apparently natural history museum. That has a mummified dog corpse on display cool from like the twenties. I think they think he ran up into a hollow tree and got stuck and then they cut down the tree. They found his body and he's in like swollen. Jekyll plexiglass case though. It's pretty interesting. Sorry carry on so the band. It attracted many visitors. The funeral parlor. Joseph even received offers for elmer but refused them. People just wanted to like take him home yet. They wanted to buy him and do what i know. You don't want to know the answer that tiffany on october. Six and nineteen sixteen. A man who went by abor claim to be elmer's long lost brother from california and thus claimed elmer's body abor retrieved body with a man who went by wayne and was opposed to ship the body to san francisco instead. Elmer was loaded onto a train off. He went to arkansas city. Kansas arkansas city kansas. Yes okay like kansas city missouri which is in missouri. We got it a- not kansas okay. So elmer's in kansas now. So these two men were actually james. And charles patterson who own the traveling harrison. The author knew who own the traveling carnival. Great patterson carnival shows. Shocker they had concocted the scheme to get homer as part of their show. I'll murder would be shown as the outlaw who would never be captured alive until nineteen twenty two. When paterson sold the carnival to louis sunny. Wait now how or louis. Saudi been on display. eleven years. Like eleven years you. he's highly in bomb arsenic. It doesn't matter you now. okay tiffany. Why don't they put people out in front of shops anymore. I didn't say for how long it only be like a week. Then you're going. this is getting groups. Well you're thinking about quota mountain furnace shops. They'd probably put them in a window so they could bomb them and set them up and then have like the window that they put him enclosed and sexually for case. They're took types of pete not the case for the patterson circus thing. No probably not imagining. They didn't have refrigerated train cars back. Then so lewis displayed elmer and his traveling museum of crime which had replicas of other famous outlaws. What as in wax figures like actual outlaws to museum of crime jazz. Bill doolan and jesse james say in nineteen twenty eight. Elmer accompanied the trans american footrace as asics sideshow in one thousand nine hundred eighty three elmer was acquired by duane espa to promote the film narcotic it has an exclamation point at the end. Oh it's like nordic sounded very excited about this movie from nineteen thirty three side note. Dwayne seem to be involved with many exploitation films. These films are generally considered low quality b movies and either explored each jonah's or lurid content straight from wicky exploitation films may feature suggestive or explicit sex sensational violence drug use nudity gore the bizarre destruction rebellion and mayhem. These started appearing in the nineteen twenties. Look at where we are now. Does it typical movie you find on. Turner classic movies at nine o'clock on a sunday right other movies directed by rainwear marijuana with an h an exclamation point. No house is marijuana. No no i appreciate that. I was just hoping for more explanation points and how to undress in front of your husband just said to me. If you hadn't pointed it out we wouldn't have known as we did would have how to undress in front of your husband. Step a near pants. I don't know. Larry strip tease through or like a how to be. I don't know but the movie came out in nineteen thirty seven. Another movie was sex madness. Oh dodo with that me from it and also will it happen again. This one aired in nineteen forty eight and it was also known as the love. Life of adolf hitler oh the expressions of faces could be an interesting topic so his discography might be fuel for like a few trips. Going to put a pin. And that would so looping back around on the turntable and we're back on track okay. Trained funds took a i. I was thinking a record player. Well that's what they call the table. That like you pull the train onto turns it around and you can how. My cousin works with trains right. I know that's why you would know these things. Yes okay. so what's judgment. In that. One statement i have i have a quick random facto. Quick just f-. I would first refrigerated. Train car was eighteen. Forty two okay. Cool story bro. And there was a company called tiffany refrigerator car company. So just throw that out there. Continue on as why she bread so while narcotic was playing. Elmer would be placed in the lobby of theaters with the backstory that he had killed himself surrounded by police after robbing drugstore to support his habit. Oh wow yeah. No his his narcotic cabot yes as narcotic habit. It has been a hot minute. Since elmore have been embalmed and by the time to wayne acquired him the body had become mummified. Dwayne claim. This was a result of elmer's drug abuse. Marketing really had to do with the nitro-glycerine the fact that he's been embalm for almost like based embalming fluid. Oh i thought it might have do it. Some like that. Chemical he was new. We're just gonna move on then. I just went explain. How is an extremely unstable chemical. She's just trying to get at all tied together here all so during this time elmer was still owned by louis sunny when he died in nineteen forty nine lewis not elmer. Dad was placed in storage at a loss angeles warehouse. They put people on display anymore. So you went into storage in one thousand nine hundred forty nine in nineteen sixty seven omer was on lend to david freedman making an appearance. She freak another exploitation film. She was okay probably like she freak not. She freaks she freak. I was probably about a woman having opinions and wanting to do things on their own. I didn't i bend to it but poster for it. Is hella trippy In nineteen sixty eight. Elmer was solta spoon. E sign owner of the hollywood hollywood wax museum with other wax figures for ten thousand dollars. But he's not next week. Elmer was eventually place on display in a show at mount rushmore where he suffered losing the tips of his ears and fingers and toes due to a windstorm. Elmer missed elmer. As at your director for some reason of like how did a windstorm calls toast. Apollo but i'm back on track. It's elmar it. got it. After the windstorm it was determined. Omer was too gruesome looking for display. So spooky sold him to ed leash who owned an amusement zone. Don't ask me what it was. I didn't look into it. Assuming it's like an amusement park but like more localized when he just basically be a skeleton at that point no his he's he's he's still has skin and hair he's mummified it's fine don't think about it is gross looking. But he's i'm intriguing so calm. Eight to nine. Hundred nineteen seventy six. Elmer was hanging in a fun house. Pole yes oh tiffany. Why don't we have bodies just hanging around anymore. I bet this is gross. He died within twenty nine thousand nine hundred eleven. A is a great story. Seven eight and nine hundred. Seventy six during the production of the six million dollar man prop man went to move a wax mannequin that was hanging in the gallows and the amusement zone. The arm broke off exposing human bone and tissue. Can you make your disgusted. Sounds into the microphone please. She's so uncomfortable. I tried to chose this as a pallet cleanser. Because of how much scared you my past to subject. It's fine. this is disgusting but a bit into it. Nope not gonna say tiffany's dating or sex life. Sorry that the police were called because you know when you go to move a wax your arm falls off in its human. You call the police in. How did he. it was cute. Because there's not bones or flesh inside of wax figures. You obviously buying your wax figures from their own police. What do you think wax two years are he did. They're mostly lacks mostly for moving on. the police. were called our was taken to the los angeles coroner's office an autopsy was performed. It was here that they determine elmer had been dead for a while was completely petrified. The like mummification. Kyd not the tiffany. During halloween time. I mean he could be if he was haunting. 'cause i would imagine if your body was going through all of that you probably haven't really passed real smooth isley dude. Ripped off was like. There's no like in researching. I didn't find anything saying like. He was haunting his body. Which i thought was weird. His remains our helicopter. We not be haunting. The body could be haunting where he died. But i would imagine if i was dead in saw like i've been living for almost seventy extra years and then some tries to take down and rips my arm off. That'd be like. I should so nice and calm this whole time. You have unleashed the rats or not. Mummifying ashley new. No okay so petrified. Elmer still dead. They were able to do that. He had to have been embalmed in the nineteen twenties arsenic. Embalming fluid used 'cause they kind of phase that alka arsenic is bad more clues. Elmer's mysterious pass were found in his mouth inside. His mouth was in nineteen twenty four penny and ticket stubs to sideshows and the museum of prime. Oh to people like shove mugniyah owe neo. There's probably gum in there too. I was wondering how he got a penny from the twenties when he died in eleven but because people route yeah. People people are people. Investigators contacted son of louis sunny and he confirmed elmer. Mccurdy's identity finally after offers from many people who are not related to elmer to bury the body. It was decided to lay elmont. Or what rest. Finally in oklahoma. An april twenty second nineteen seventy seven so like roughly sixty six years after he died. Elmer was finally laid to rest and summit view cemetery in guthrie oklahoma. Roughly three hundred people attended his funeral. It's kinda cool to ensure. Elmer was not stolen. They poke hoard two feet of concrete over his casket bear fighting. Yeah that is this story and afterlife of elmer mccurdy dot really renewable right so i posted the other day that if member murdered. I wanna hold podcast made about me. Not just an episode whole series about me. I also that's a lie. Never mind just burn me about say i also wanna live on after i die but like just remember me like i told the cocoa pulling elmer. He's fascinating you guys. Awesome real grossed out. She had a lot of emotions. That's okay why don't they do this anymore. Oh my god conundrum. it's fine. I'm equal parts disturbed and intrigued. You guys want other options and how to dispose of your body after you die. We weapons covering dot dispose of it. Yeah worst case bliss heart. Well he didn't have a whole lot of say in that too. I know this is what i'm saying. Yeah like that would be awful. Tore guy didn't do so well in life after death. that's where all of his good fortune came was after life. They're like dude. People like you go do things so all the stuff he missed out on in life you've got to do is still bonkers. A corpse was just passed around for sixty six years right now. That makes me intrigued to see if there's any other that aren't just chilling out. There probably imagine there have to be just being passed around. People are crazy. Yeah i know that's how we have podcast. Hello and welcome well. That was fun. I was not expecting that. I don't know what i was expecting. But that was enjoyable. That sounded rude. While bar is so low. For ashley. That what i am adequate. She is pleased. Bitch not remember friends. Sometimes you say things. Don't come out the way you intended but we do it too so you should listen to us and feel better about yourself. Everybody has something that they've let us you. Why sometimes that's not. 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S2E54: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 11/06/20 | Comedian Kareem Green

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S2E54: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 11/06/20 | Comedian Kareem Green

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I know you don't like we're not seeing but i don't care this cheese this. I don't care if i feel good. It's good friday. I know you're hate when i sing. But i don't care because she makes me feel come on. Let's klatt oh my god. Let's talk today. let's clap. It is a god. Bless each and everyone of you guys. We truly appreciate each and every one of you guys. God bless you. It is your boy sean. Harvey and guess what it is a filter. Friday was today's date is friday november. Six twenty twenty eight minutes after the hour. Welcome let's clap. Welcome thank jesus. Welcome to the show. Harvey morning show featuring sidney j long for co host bobby cologne where you get your morning started right only place on earth where you get your started right. This is where you get your morning love. Why not that chat room is wide open. 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Forty five at the moment goes up to seventy two degrees atlanta georgia's fifty five degrees the high seventy five degrees and we're going to be nice throughout the country right here and my beloved bethlehem pennsylvania right here in the lehigh valley. Currently it is forty six degrees. The high goes up to seventy five and new york city. My beloved bronx be ex- x. Or be or be next to ask new york. Fifty seven degrees high goes up to sixty five degrees. So that's the weather right now. Let us know the weather where you're from call in talk about. The weather is fine so we had the weather now. We also have the morning buzz. And you know dale with that one in this one this the only one that we guarantee on the show that ahead will be buzzing before nine. Am so you stay tuned for that. We also have cine says and you know how sending get down with that gossip entertainment entertainment news. It is incredible the way she has a story selected and how we start talking about especially when she started talking about dr dre in the cold. You understand those are my favorite couples. I hope you have some dr dre news force when you come in so stay tuned for that and we have harvey's houses sports you. We don't care about sports like that but we have our own perspective on sports of it didn't score so. Please look forward to bobby cologne. When she comes in with harvey's house sports. Now it is a phil. Good friday so you noted that you guys know i gotta fix the camera still. I forgot sixty cameras. King was hit of the day. Remember he was a dog was working out here and he put the camera. But let me tell you something right now. It is a feel good friday. So you know what that means. We dedicate the show to all our beloved listeners. We have so much love. This is the first thing we're going to do. We're gonna shot out the room wisdom heart set in the chat room. 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We're here for you. God bless we'll be right back. She me a look out report with a smile as one got me is eighty pay now s take. I love a she. act me too. How you doing things. People do my mind each and every night they just keep bothering me just trying to figure out what it is obscene speaking suspicion. You want every tile around me that sat down with the peace process together weight and style of close you. Closer is so contagious. So not bad joe mama. Aw women that way. Hello this dj rome. And i miss e we'll the co host open house radio show all good. Music is welcome and house. music is always at home. We would love you to join us every saturday. From twelve o'clock to three. Pm eastern standard time. That's right where you'll hear everything from classical to disco latin to rig and of course house music. Catch us using the tune in app. Download it from your mobile app store and listen in on w. f. n. k. all day. And w w n that db sixteen twenty on your am dial. It's a simulcast. Y'all that's right and you can hit us up on facebook at the open house. Radio show featuring dj and ms d. The doors are always open. And we'll see you the open house. Are you looking for help with installation service and repair of hvac units ventilation and refrigeration plumbing or cleaning boilers air ducts. Dryer vents and more than you need longevity environmental. Llc they are licensed insured and epa certified servicing new york and surrounding areas for your residential and commercial needs three four seven by four eight seven. Six two one three four seven five. Four eight seven six two one and asked for mr whipple or contact longevity environmental. Llc on facebook today been doing things they will do my mind each every night. Just bother me just trying to figure out what is speaking suspicion. You just want to say mickey one. Every time i'm around sat down with the peace process. Together you'll head close you close contagious. Not bad joe mama saying with me saying separated from a may because he didn't like this livestock been living the single life for. I was looking for someone special to leave the same. I just whatever you been fantasy on all right. God bless shots filc affront. Achna said a few minutes ago city feel good today on a feel good friday. God bless each and everyone of your Friday november the six twenty twenty thirty four minutes after our welcome to chevy future. cj for co host. bobby cologne. We get shmona started right only place on earth where you get. You started right. That chatrooms open. Please call in five seven zero nine two six nine five zero broadcasting live iheartradio radio dot com morning show dot com fan radio Also commie worldnet radio. All our affiliates in all major podcast platforms right here on facebook. I only place on every qatar right. You know the deal cine. I did so the senate used to do when i was on the other station. Oh yeah i do. I can do the weather Hold on a weather station. that's all it was. The weather was honest. I was actually in the tarot. I was paying attention. I was trying to send the gift. Dot com his forty three degrees. And we are going up to a high of seventy degrees okay. What is today november november. Six excuse me and whereas seventy degree weather what they call it indian summer the fall. Now practicing mama getting seventy degrees so definitely get outside enjoy. It's going to be seven. It's going to be sunny all day. It's actually going into the weekend. It's going to be sunny and seventy two as well as for that in the tri state area. So you guys better. I know i will. I'm gonna try to go to central park or something. It's fifty five degrees in new york right now. Fifty five degrees. I just left there this morning. White jacket pretty brisk and they're going up to a high of seventy two degrees clear commute if you're going from new york city into pennsylvania no traffic posted ninety nine percents of the time. It's like i just want to let you know if you're coming home clear. Clear quickly unless of dummy get into an accident going westbound forty five this morning at the lincoln tunnel backed up. So why is it still back though. Why are still run into these jobs. Like they did open up. They have cash now acceptable appetite which is great. I guess some people want to save keep people they get them in the mail. The i hate those. Because i forget right away right ninety days later you got to pay three thousand dollars. You can pay cash now but who knows how long that will last. 'cause spikes up with the coronavirus. They say use exact change to limit interaction with plastic on dollars right five degrees currently in new york going up to a high of seventy two degrees sunny day sunny this weekend. It's actually going to be seventy five this weekend. In the city on saturday and sunday so definitely take advantage and atlanta. If that's the case in new york city seventy five degrees the who's going to be popping would be next to take out my summer clothes real quick and not a couple of wears out of my shore. Not only that one of the young brothers in the hood one of the thugs. We'll be greeted with a thigh shots they will get cash. Is the road that good old shot there. survive it. lets you better. You take a shot right now. Definitely around in the road round around the rotor. Then the dis attach straight dry. So yeah i'll take a shot corona denko. Yeah i think. I would even at this age either. What your knee. But under meaty part of the maybe agrees cocoa. 'cause i don't want no respirator last. What that ventilate ventilated. Then it's fifty four. What is wrong with us. It is currently fifty four degrees in atlanta. Going up to a high of seventy three. Wow it's going to be a nice day in hotlanta as well and it'll be cloudy this weekend. But it'll still be hot in the seventy s in orlando. I'm sorry rochester new york where we're in ninety four ninety nine hundred ninety hundred point three. It's fifty fifty four degrees. They currently sitting jamie goes up. Sixty eight twenty nine about the weather right now. Cj throughout the country is like a beautiful day. Yeah it's really nice you know what before you continue on Why would it be a beautiful day on a friday throughout the country because this might be the day that the king will be thrown today but karang going to be thrown back in the medieval day sees. They always chapter your head off on a nice day right so when rained outside it would couldn't chop your head off now. Not were someone get their heads chopped off today but also you can get a courtesy shot. That's happening in orlando. It is currently seventy degrees going up to a high of eighty four. However it'll be cloudy most of the day and going into the weekend they are going to have some thundershowers but it will be in the eighties so definitely enjoy that. If you can in louisville it is currently forty three degrees going to a high of seventy two degrees and it will be sunny and just like the rest of of east coast. It is going to be in the seventies and sunny this weekend. So you guys enjoy that over there and all the way across the country in los angeles is currently sixty four degrees. The sun has not come up yet however they going to a high of seventy three and it will be sunny all day with maybe some late evening. Thundershowers looks like it's gonna rain on saturday but it will take. It's going to be a sunny day on sunday. So looks like a good weekend all around so that is the way that i have definitely let us know what the weather is like. Where you are. Sean harvey morning show transcend. Ej along with our co host bar-b.-que alone. Way you get your money and start around exactly synergy you get your morning started right and you are exactly right. Let's go out this weekend and let's everyone. Let's have a good weekend. We know the weather is going to be really nice so go. I'll be safe and going out there and have a good tops at this point information sanjay december. First tuesday. that's barbie colognes big birthday. Please your come out show. I will beloved barbie cologne a whole lot of love for her birthday. That's tuesday december. The first that's right will be here how we get down with a party. We are super excited about that. So please come out. And celebrate our one and only barbie clones birthday. Few days out that somebody eleven. Everyone's talking about it Please send your deposit to me on harvey Give you the cash. Do the show with do my own cash out. half deposits we go to atlantic city I'll put the fly in the groom. Today i'm going to start promoting it every day and to that too until december eleventh So we're going to atlantic city. We have to comedy shows. We have an after party. We have drunken karaoke. Got some of events lined up. If it's your birthday month you also get prize. So we all going to have a pilgrimage down to atlantic city. Hit me up. I want everyone in a chat room. I mean everyone in the chapel in atlantic city. You're able to come down there. Friday december the eleven. If you haven't such a good time if you wanna stay can book for the next day but We're going down friday. We're checking in early and we're gonna party comedy shows do some live. Entertainment centers allow folks having haven't been around live entertainment so come on you know. You boy sean. Harvey of a man regime talent. We got a bunch of other comedians. We are in the building. So don't go no please we leave you contact you talk right because i know some people going off to a nail only thing. They wanna do the thing. That's the problem with this country. Y'all call sean me. Come to mind if you want to tell to not to. They don't go through lake. We got the white calling business. Our pants five sean. Tenneco any koby last license so one of my friends. We need to talk ten thirty. I was like. I can't do it until six thirty deleted. Eight o'clock phone is open to everyone. Even the group called. Call me anytime still problem so remember. We're going down to elect city a that is a friday december eleven cine. We have the hilarious comedian. Kareem green is calling today. Eight thirty and kareem is out of control. He's funny and you know every time he calls him. And her larry's moment you'll stay tuned for that about eight forty five six eight four four out the room. Everyone came in here Also walk in because the cameras was obviously the intro. Cut the off as senate is comes in looks at me and i thought i sidney thought there was something wrong. Started talking and cine has a problem with the east stroudsburg school district now now now city you are mother and you have to. Two young kids are in school. I do sean. You are truly breasts. Blessed with from not only not only good good kids great personality. Very smart smart sean. They not too much very smart. The sun is how the cameras ten right. Yeah you want to be a billionaire and loses a whole she's twelve. She's twelve very smart. Very good kids to send you a razor some good kids but the problem is cindy and we talked about it. Yesterday with libertarian at this falls into that literally novak liberty right. It's the same philosophy right now sitting throughout the of always talked about The the shots the would call musician shots for the kids. Yeah santa's not. She's against all that sydney won't say you're not going to take a covert shot. You won't take a flu shot. you're not gonna take any shot nothing. And and that's trickle down to each other right right and the policies of the school district even throughout the country singer. Jay has been very liberal. The liberal about this the shots for school right right there was like a hard line right. You know what i mean and not religious beliefs. I find to bring kids school few warnings but nothing happened right well city. Could you share with the group. How how doubt east roseburg school district is. I mean i could imagine. It's all school districts by this is my school district that i was a part of. I've grown up in the school district way great area school okay and of course everybody has their immunizations that their child has to get but i i don't have my children on the regular immunization schedule like they get them like when they actually want to go to the doctor. They're like it really no point of them getting it right now and i'm just like whatever like i'm just doing this for the school. Whatever so lately. I've been just filling out a religious exemption Formed basic standard. Is you know. Basically you know you believe your immune system is you know god gave you your immune system's homework. We were protected or they. Do you have that right to fill that form right. Okay cool religious exemption into a consent as well so but of course you know with the school year and everything's been crazy. My daughter went into junior high school. So her immunizations are up the high school up the jt lamp. My daughter went there back in there. Yeah so i had to so basically. I just have to fill in the form. I filled out the form. Yeah whatever with everything going on with. This is something that you usually do anyway. Yeah i usually do it out of the form right for him but my kids are doing total virtual this year because of the covid where you know they're not going into the school at all you know. A lot of kids are doing the hybrid and doing virtual learning through east strasburg school district. Right so i get a phone call. Actually my mom and got the message. The they're telling me they were like you know. Basically the standard immunizations are up right to tell me that usually what they'll say i'll get the warning. Your immunizations are up. If you don't fill it out than the kids won't be able to attend school or go on field trips or extracurricular or participate in extracurricular activity so when you whenever you receive those warnings back in the day you didn't pay no mind yeah gonna send it in right but the kids is still going on going to school okay. So they sad that if she doesn't if they don't get the immunization paperwork right that they're going to block her from logging into the cyber program. Why jank's the boogie black. Which first of all. She's not a threat to know about my kids. Don't even get sick like flu season. All they don't even be getting sick first of all and second of all air at home. Not a threat quarantined away from everyone. And you're going to when y'all y'all have the audacity 'cause y'all have anything to 'cause you're not in the schools you can't block from extracurricular activities going and all that so you're going to block her from logging on when because of her record when y'all have everyone going to school in a pandemic in full of it nobody thought to step back and say look. Hey we know everything's going on but just get an immunization records because i know it state law and everything. Whatever for their record but really real. We're in a whole pandemic air threatening my child. I should be threatening y'all child endangerment 'cause y'all forcing people to go to school in a pandemic now now now now. Cj they are the nahra. Where is this store of audacity. Now here we go on a feel good friday. Sending the rules of the game has changed. Come on administration about any talking about because of the cocoa virus. Ninety kids going to school game brainwashed anyway. Learning about louis the sixteen th and game graded on no telling them about how to live in this world out here how to balance a checkbook l. the land. That's what you need to be teaching these kids in these schools. Understand that you're to talk to me about an immunization record understand that clean and let me tell you. They're not getting any time of jackson's right now. Are you worried about measles mumps and rubella. Y'all read about polio. Because you got two hundred thousand cases. United states one week last week and because of the covid nineteen cocoa now. They could change the policies and do what they want. Gigs the bookie. Like i said back in the day open to interpretation. They are changing this policy. And they're gonna use the cocoa to do it and this is going on and probably every school district in america so now getting dexter. They don't give a damn about that religious religious. You might have to go get a lawyer. Because i'm gonna tell you this right now you just that do i stay court. I stay court you need. I can't lawyer we listen. You call him right now. We could deal with this. Let me tell you. Don't don't ever actually i got. I got lawyers. Religious exempt in paper is null and void right. Now get out there. We don't right and for them to say they're lucky they got my mother on the phone. Wait a minute she was like what you don't want. I was like bob. Hope you went inish what lose to get blocked right but what city. That is the primary her over. Take over no no. I block her. Feel listening shasmi area school districts. I tell you what see they got. Some nervous threatening. This is a movement that i can get. What you okay. Strasburg school district right now is not the time to be switching policies. 'cause you gangsta boogie would the covid. Nineteen even though for me. I'm foot all these flu shots. And all these immunizations south talking about. I'm for it sydney's not but east stroudsburg school easter. I've forgotten eastbound school district east. Stroudsburg the dose out with this whole the homes. Just calm your ass down right now okay. Don't gangsta boogie because we in cove it. These kids are home. How did you have a chow chow from learning because of a shot that this child don't even need because everybody's home are you out of your mind. They home like relax on the. Let me tell you something. A school board district. You take the cova shot you to all of that when we clean up then we then then maybe we can re visit this there in threaten these parents and stop the religious of his resumption of this. If you want to don't don't you dare don't you dan. you're sitting. Sydney went around here out a mass on these kids a home. How how many days. They host city every day so then monday through friday. They don't go to school 'cause no they don't do the hybrid. They don't go to school school at all these drowsy. Burt school district. How diedhiou you think you'll tell these kids you. They can't log in and they'll see everybody was going to school every day. I get that these shovels. Hello smell the coffee their home. You need to focus on something else like eat up on that message this block. You need a lawyer right right. Iverson and now. I take my children into some infested doctor's office that doesn't get some shot. no. I'm for all the shot part. I get for me but i'm saying the don't threaten the cia. Don't threaten the mother and the child the child camp. Y'all we don't get this paperwork. We go block them out. How dare you to the chat at this whole no hybrid east stroudsburg. Dick i say to you. Yael king of the north shore talk yael. How dare you parents like that. What do we need shop. I'm listening for shots. But how can you do this. When when the kids home from school cosc- black next year. You gotta do understand that but not now what are they supposed to. Block the chow. I dunno. it's like coming up next thirty days. Thirty on you came like go. Tell them they wanna see the immune ization or an appointment. They want see an appointment. Scheduled better yield to the babylonian they get what i'm giving them they go by. I've been this as i would say about first rodeo sioux city. You're going to have you found that you know really. You know just distasteful like kovin like relax with the blocking of the would be that because that's all you have because you know that they're not in school so you can't say extracurricular you know why so you go there you go up right because patty they have that because they have that power stand its compliance. Because i know this because even when you home school you have to have medical records of your children. All that. I understand. I just saying come on. Hey hey city. This is not this. They had the plow worried about chickenpox. Now i'd rather my kids get out of the right about now city. I had chicken pox when i was twenty years old. It was crazy. I had chicken pops in my mouth. It was y'all got a dirty phone in new york city shall have you wanna show see had all in my mouth you show. Wait hold on a whole lot nine. Oh mobile buffalo new york. Hi on and this is the neta komo beuerlein is. She's former chat. Remember week when nazi favorite. Go you go you you long friendship. But you're getting that and good morning going. Even end up actually had chicken pox twice so you did you have it as an adult he. Well no actually had both my team. The first time. I was like fifteen. And i just had it on my hands and my feet and then when i was nineteen i got everywhere else besides my hands and my feet god guessing throat but i had to push your granting has a. What's the question. Oh my gosh. So because i was listening to this thing about the immunizations right steady. I love you grow. But i also know you'll procrastinator so i want to ask you. When did they send you that. Allom to fill out. Because i know. I've got mine in midsummer. No well you know because my daughter. She's older so she only had like one left to get round here. She had to get like. I think she was actually supposed to get it last year. So sitting so sin- answers the question the last year so i said you got me go. Let me do all this yelling and screaming notice from last year. now okay. Listen occur less than this year she went through school. Everything was fine because everything was fine and mind you. I moved so they had changed schools. Everything was fine with her. And then kovin happened and then when we started off this new like marking period or whatever. I didn't get any forms or anything. So i probably got it earlier in the year so january. So that's yeah. I know that i'm late on getting it in. Because i know many in so regardless of when i send it in though at hold blah. We'll know they're they're at home. And of course. I don't work for the school district but i just know from having four kids. They're hall but still for the school district is still business as usual even though alcohol. I mean i understand built so they're just trying to make sure that everything is on track. If we ever you know open up or what the kids a hall. I mean god forbid the kids a hall for the next five years they still need to have all the paperwork and documentation in place and intact and up to date even if one of the parents who elect not to do the vaccination. They just need to have that iraq because they still have to do their job city anyway thing you can say that about the whole city kid wait a minute. Wait a minute god. Bless you another. Wait a minute whose modest sweating at the chin. Chein got when i i. I said that. When i first started i said i was. I'm late. you sitting january city book out all the forms. I talked to rock which you you can still rock with me because you should avenue. It's still though still the same thing. Though their whole bad thing that happened with kobe. You're worried they the reason why they want. I mean ization. Just because they don't want anybody passing on anything they wanna make sure everybody's healthy but you have everybody going school but you have everybody going school when there's when there's a pandemic i'll say data defiant a cold cold it right. Who aren't necessarily ran out. Whatever it's still city right now you'll deflection. Game is crazy right now. I'm not a arrived with you. i mean i understand. They have to have paperwork. And i'm going to send it in january. I'm going to send in the paper in this morning. Please don't log her and she don't need to be learning that stuff any way you guys have a great day. Love you ready to even that. Take that between show up team. You wanna have a good time may show you stop. And i m you located eight thirty. 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Two six twenty twenty seven minutes after the hour look back shall have morning show features cindy j. co host. Bobby cologne we get. You started right. Why not sitting going to shell out chat room. That's right chat rooms love because without these folks. We wouldn't be without these folks. We wouldn't be here fast so we want to make sure that won't make sure we show you some love hotels and and and remember december the first big birthday bash in december the eleven. We're going down to atlantic city. Yes so please inbounding me. In boxing he should get to me inbox. Barbie ford back to me. But get in touch with your boy sean harvey so for all your correct information or your deposit you could and you can leave it half deposit You'll have to give all the money today. You know half the positive you want and you know week before you know the rest and then we just we. We'll have a good time and like talent say yesterday. We can't do the buzz. We can't do all because of cove it so you know for sure everybody could find a way to the the downtown city leshan hanes jones. I'm going to reach out to you. Veneta george henry. I'm would reach out to you a few of his. I'm going to reach out so And reach back out to me. And i got a few folks come in. That doesn't even listen to the show so we are in the building. We're going down to atlantic city lettuce. Friday december the eleven. I think i think stan showed a chat room some love. Ooh my favorite part of the not only that sydney. Before we saw sat out wrong barbie cologne just text me and i know i've been announced but i i forget a lot. I right look at this. Like this is my to do list and i gotta add stuff. I literally look. I literally have to write things down. Right i have to i have to. It's not not putting it in my phone. Alluded payment of right. Things right said archaeologist. Text me right Even though i've been talking about giveaway. She's techy sean. Don't forget to give away. Don't forget so say use any. We have a few items to give away. We have the larry holmes celebrity basket. Courtesy of leshan brown oliver. Why we still have a few courtesy of see what you give stuff away. We're going to get one of these items away but which one would it be. I'm gentleman city. I've been a gentleman for now nine years so so ladies first so we have to give away the leshan brown oliver. What basket it to you. Because that one incident there been sitting next. Thank you so much. leshan brown. Oliver album came in. Oh subscriber birth birthday. This it's larry. Home celebrity gift basket saying nice statute dedication and be a part of history. Was sending some cups in here. That a cop sean. I don't know it's a couple of larry. Holmes cups looks like memorabilia t shirt and a book larry holmes against the is and the reason and the says when he added dedication at scott park in eastern right to summer thirteenth connections seen larry holmes from the next town eastern pennsylvania. That's jacob brother. And you know jake. Our beloved jacob. The name is familiar right. So jacob jones. Is larry holmes brothers. So sean of brown. Oliver has the connection with the homes family. Right right and we're going to give away this gift basket today On the field. Friday yes and sitting on announce a chat remember we. What was always dedicate the show fridays steelers. Of course now one more thing before. We shut out the room dear dear rejection right deborah jackson. She championed anything. Of course. there's an attack. Let's let's applaud herbal quick. Fear of the therapy in the morning except with her favorite morning show or sydney. I'll make an executive decision. 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You've got to give it to that freaked me out. And my adhd is going crazy that saad. Well daddy oversized dot dead. And i can't just too much that i talked to love. Talk to your father. With seth chat japan dench nhl city. Let's go hi. Hey where the fight zach. The hot back were hey. Hey hey hey. Sydney wall time one of the sat and the chat room surfing with artifact general. Let's go wait where the heart satin the heart who. Hey hey. hey fact then. I took a chat room then. Wet hearts that sydney. let's go where the heart heart off come. Hey with heart. Set with heart muscle heart set heart. Set down that started right. Go get your hot. Make sure your live. Shot out a middle figure from the past. Hey man how you doing up on your shot. Veneta george henry. Thanks for in and girl. I don't know man. I really don't know shot out to de low mathis. Hey delo how you doing. Shoutout to be kyle farmer. Hey babe how are you this morning. Grand rising to you and everybody else that you're going today. Shout the shout out to della andrews. Hey della what's going on girl. How are you shout. You shout to. Lynette nets halen. Ah how are you coming with a senior limit. you're coming to atlantic city. Here's your tea for you piping hot shawn's going to pour it portless it. Shout tonya lynette. Hey tanya good morning girl what you're doing this weekend. I know you won't be out. There need to come to lennox city on shout out to kim the savage hey think it was the first one in the chat room this morning. Yes kim shadow to you out to alabama. Y'all did your thing to showed up for biden. Shutout hatlin kim cables in atlanta hawks. Team down there. That's right i know. She's holding down down their shout out to dera jackson. Hey dera once again. Thank you so much right now. There is the ones that are dying shortly preceding the polymers. Siniya keeps staying with the floss talking back especially the debt ones really freaking me out right now out to young our one and only gregory david. What's going on bro. doing bandy but don't come mindset. Hello hey business plus onto your family. They're so beautiful. Pardon birthday shout out to diane hall. Esat haul hay diane. We'd given away diane mass as well. We put that. I have to get up with you. I'm going to be in the city today. You don't you work in the city. But you don't have the mask on your. I'm sure we'll city come up. Everybody everybody with you can meet you dianne anyway before you see a. I'll get the mess. And i had diane diane last week birthday mass in my hand. I said diane. Do you want me to give this this. Any he says no. We're going to link up. And i was like. Oh god. lincoln was city. I can't link job away and made you really nice mass. That glow in the dog'll sell that mass as well. I'm so excited lately. I've been using with shawn's mask. She made me this for my birthday. Shout leshan. I have a with me so dan well so now. I'm relying on you sean. I'm gonna style boxers. I am not me. Diane meet on a regular basis and so i'll get the mess i had it in my hand out to my birthday present. I thought that you were going to bring it in for me when you went last time. Well on shoutout to shout out to avis the knees. Hey avis how are you my favorite nurse you you and renee wilson number. One nurses out to i love when they wears. Were they been. Can you call her sharpstone right now. Can you call her. I want to talk to her to say good morning. Shot to avis denise brown. She's busy with covert. But i so we'll talk to her. I mean charlotte's richard non wolf nation. Hey richard nine. How are you good morning. Shoutout to marcus. One emoji johnson. Hey mark is what's going on how you doing hit me. What an emoji bro. Shoutout to vella ray valerie thomas. Hey valerie i know you want the kids to get their education. So i'm going to get on that paper monday down monday monday for show. Shout barra free. Ninety nine lesley hades bora morning. How're you doing. Shutout cunard ru williams q. How are you shoutout to wander santia. Go shepherd hey wanda komis scour you i love wanna shout out to shonda logan. Hey sean how are you. If you're still in there she just popped in for everybody. Shout out to the godfather of solar tracy. Ray hey member shouts vanessa central haven sa. How you doing girl. Are you gonna kelly new year's eve so we can sign up. What's going on with them for speaking of vanessa. Cine dose of stand up if it doesn't shut down there with my friends. In hampton of virginia hampton. Far from where everything shielding yuppie down vanessa. You better go to hamptons show. Virginia you won't be down there. The third week of january. Put you in front on a guest list. So arago. Because i'll be down if if it doesn't shut shut down girl going turn out shutout too. Well mr sensational hala. If you still in there what up what up. Oh actually that that will remind me. Shoutout to prentice cox no pause. How are you. Good morning mr blackheart. Mr staley earl. Jackie robinson i chat room member of the weeks any feel good friday morning to you. Cindy prince cox is like the new york yankees or the brooklyn charges. A tradition now sanjay. You disrespecting the tradition when it comes down to that blackheart first child member week. Don't get it twisted well. The morning mr robin zan shoutout to nicole harris. Hey nicole nicole harris where you're from. I feel like you've been in the. I don't know i don't know that much about you. Guinea she is but i don't. She's just from nicole. Shoutout to neuroma johnson hainer aroma. How are you I miss norma. Which is squeezed. Her her invalid. What a squeeze yard and a why out to mob people's what up eric epifanio. Hey josh y'all say hello these are my friends. Say live out here in allentown. These are actually my sister's maya other sister myemma youngest sister you know. They're in their twenties. They out there living they live. No kids no no real pills no role wherever loves it. I love it. So sharon and god bless these young folks because you know we. We are limited with young folks. Listen to the show. So to your to your friends than allentown. What's his name again. Eric and josh okay. Eric and josh i got oh this is your boy. Eric josh's you boy show harvey it's time to put it network work. These young folks under thirty years ago. Yes probably like five or six years away from thirty so let's oregon josh. Listen to me. And i need your help to sheboygan holy i need you that work in we need young folks Listening to this show is well. I'll put you in. Charge of the allentown district right the fourth ward saying. Look josh allen right. Josh and eric josh in eric you guys in charge now or bringing folks into this room each and every day it should speaking to you show some love. I you love the show. You've been in the room now. You see what's going on here. You see the love Did llanesa. Ronald show them love in the beginning. I think oregon josh. Let's go get work. it should talk it. I don't know if you have. This is this decision african american. You black uncle okay. I need you to get people into this room. Bring everybody in here bringing young folks in here. Dan papers a little rally. I don't care how rally they are. I kind of like that wretched rowdy thing anyway. From of course from afar i would dabble into the ratchet right that authorities have both my knees right now. Middle age third quarter my life i could watch the ratchet in ratchet you guys in charge. Now bring folks into the room wilson. Yes oh charlotte to you guys. Shout out to less shawn heins jal. Hey sean and it was your birthday. Let's on the best couple of days or are you and your sister. Were celebrating a birthday. What was going on coming to you and happy. Belated birthday. it was your birthday girl. Thinks so. I love jones finger. Husband shot out the china baby china. If you still in there and everybody into china you not feel about china. Yeah we that's my roll dog from the days when he was running the streets maybe back to that next year china. That's right the door for me. Man be imparted iheart funny movement for years. God bless you. Shout out to queen diane. Hey queen are you. Good to see women Yeah a day one. She's right which ranks up there. Were printers cox no pause. She'll be in atlantic city. Shoutout to the tina graham. The godmother county eighteen. A- sean harvey y- that's right you know i love you know missy. We have we got. Tina caller throwback picture show is puts a view and her what she used to do. Any we would run into different. Sean young life hasn't hit at the comparisons. Now been to a couple of things but still look good. Thank you thank you sam trying to hold on. Hold on jesus right now go on. Don't you stay right there. A teen grant tina tina calling. Next week i love you. Tina i i miss you too tina because you know we. We ran this city. We'd be running in the streets every night of the week doing standup tina game over thirty years and on top of that like we'll these sitting. We use a back in the day when he was a housewife hand. Kids and then come out like rockstars. Go ahead shannon you. Tina shoutout to lee scott haley. Charlotte's april gusto over there. You you love that dog. Does april get any time with the dog. Kareem stay right there or is it. Just go you go ahead shutout to main kid. Hey main kid. How are you new. Listen is car. I feel like you've been in and out new new listener hall sheila. Hello and god. Bless you with that dog and i look at it and this like a love and situation but i wanna dog. I can't have a dog at the moment. And i'm just living to leave with his dog. 'cause he led a dog yeah. We'll see rain green. Everybody's on the line we're gonna talk chopping off of unmitigated shot twenty dollar check tricky louis. Hey tricky shoutout to drew tis. What up drew shots in the saw d heinous santelli wife said hope feeling better brother. Yes shout out to john. Jay rock nettles dirt from ninety. Four point five the blaze. Hey with assuming you go by jay rock what up to you and everybody out there. Yeah so he is our people's shower. You and shout out to our girl barbie. Cologne was not with us today. And that is who. I have right now here for the shot. But i didn't see you. Sorry okay your name in for the next one. Great social media every restaurant having russia great job. Cj preseason service shot out the room favorite. Comedians is on the phone. Yeah and one of my favorite comedians. And and i have the honor of working with this whole i gather ticket hosa not city. We green for tino. Tina knows adele. Tina and korean work with each other before the kobe. He's hosting room coons wasn't all corinne. Green saney is a comedian's comedian right. He's the comedian that other comedians love to see perform. Listen to and learn from including myself. Green is a comedian city. Like when the show's over he wants to do five minutes after the headline the state everybody. Now let's have one. Hbo def jam bt review korean green on a lot create. what's up brother. Hey how you jane doing on this turtle kareem how you feel about him with videos. I love it when you go lie you guys. If you're not friends. I know you might not be able to get friends when it because i think you sound like you live. Whatever oh i said. I love watching your videos when you go alive and i said i don't know if anybody in the chat room has friends with you. They probably won't be able to with. Because i think you have five thousand already and what we do is we apply the fantasia fan pages. Go live on their to. They're not only that city. We're we're we're stop putting his videos in the group room so when you go live there so you're so good and i just like when you're just talking because you have a different perspective. I get excited when i tune in to fill good friday chapter for a minute before we take a break now sitting when i was in new jack comedian and isis. Look at kareem like this guy was like a god to me like it just because he was just already season career. How long you been doing standup bro. About twenty i got my jordan numbers. Right now i thought jordan number right now. The famous twenty three twenty three years was making people laugh. Corinne all about stand up you. And i are we running around the country and we're doing all type of cine. I'm in a relationship right right and because of cove it you know i spend a lotta time now at home. 'cause i'm doing too much comedy right right but prior to that i i'm just i'm going every week. I'm gone right and you have to have a special type of women to be. That could understand that right because it's like the weekend sometime traditional regular relationships. The weekends is when y'all together but it's a reverse in comedy right creep in relationships with other people. How does that work which you doing standup. I mean Pre cocoa running around the country. All the time i mean. Honestly there's no risk comedies. First lady okay my ladies muscle because i at this point most of my women through comedy some fashion. You know so. I'm not going to leave with brought us together to facilitate anything you need. I mean i'm beer. We'll do the thing but they no like. This is what i do just like this. Is your job a woman. Let's meet people hug on to work every day right he. I'm like every morning dude from eight to six every day you sit around and wait for eight to six back as we talk overtime. Stop playing with me. Stop so is is about really respecting. Each other's i mean some women record beginning didn't have to wilding. You know what. I'm saying. But i worry about it saying it's not even like with some even have a girl be like yo you should do. We like. I guess it's about time for us right now. I'm not dinners. And that's not even the way i live. Plus if you break up with no matter what you gone through in light. I don't know about you but most of the things i've wanted to comedies. Been there comedies. Been there and you know what he's absolutely right man to the trials and tribulations of my life for the last seventeen years i knew even even if i'm feeling bad or having a bad day or i'm going through something always go to comedy room because i'm still doing stand up. That will never stop right right so the stage is just our waste as well. We could block out a lot. That's going on in our lives and be on stage and rock out next thing you know. It's a hustle and you up running around the streets. So i definitely agree with kareem like you can't and you get out some things that's going on in your life like you didn't saying you can you can spend some time in. The moment is not funny but have a little bit over the hump you it can be funny or even if you met it in the moment it can be funny but also it gives you a perspective like you don't have to. I always looking at light is say. I said something happened when something happens. You get mad at it when when something when something happens to me i laugh at it and that's why you're angry and i'm happy simple as that. You know what. I'm saying like whatever you whatever you whatever's happening if you decide attitude you choose towards the is the attitude how your day goes how your life go because in reality is not they say in this too shall pass right so if you look at it and laugh at it for you know unless i mean i understand some physical dangerous and yet but for the most part if if this is something like you know from from the election to to you know you know most of my lady mad at me. I'm lacking i'm like well. You know like what you know so however you hold like how are you. How do you deal with these. How you're going to enjoy life on that. No now now. Now cine wearing kobe for the last almost a year and we'd cove it came out right. Send you never come outside again remember. That was kinda like your philosophy and you just like they were like he was gonna stay in a house with five years and this was people right now in the house for five years. It's not come and sit down and say that respectively to those folks. Yeah and we all have our way of navigating through the corona virus cocoa kareem. How's your journey. How's your journey. Because sydney like i said before like like in the beginning you know my ladies a nurse. She came home one day and she was like. I can't take nothing man. And i can't smelly and i was like you gave me the cocoa and then like four days later i couldn't take chinese food and then added you and i and i i think i did. I was sick twice in the beginning of this year. Yeah you'll you know the funny thing. Some people people talk about it in hindsight like credits. Everybody everybody. Chris ain't nothing right right. You don't see how you how you navigate. I think we all have our journey navigating through cocoa. We call it the cocoa the show the obviously for me. Yeah because of the simple fact that the for the to be to be honestly. It's like money before the cocoa. So i was impressed with the money and at the beginning then on top of that. I got one of the ladies. Who she's a. she's a she's a teacher. Okay so so win the cocoa hit. She's doing hud shakes. He's still getting paid. You know city whatever so she said to me. She's like hey. I know what's happening right now. You don't be and so that's that's an anchor off my back you know. I don't have to be worrying about the money. Even though i had some money like press money this class. A a lot of men want somebody who not someone who start looking at. You like what you won't do. Somebody's gonna be like. I understand what's going on. I'm being sympathetic. Empathetic whatever it is to this situation and not know you ain't no i ain't gonna act like you gotta be you know whatever so. That's to the top of that. The checks coming in three. i'm an introvert extrovert. So i mean. When i'm at home i love being at home when i'm out some i don't have to be out i don't have to be. I don't need attention. I liked the stage. But i don't even always like being redundant people out in socializing about everyone's a professional everyone's a scholar on everything yet. No nothing you know so. I'm not really you know. I don't need be around a bunch of people who know everything exactly. So and that's that's what happens in the bosnian club. Everybody was happening here and did you. What are you talking about. You know what i'm saying. I mean to be so passionate about and arguments ensue. But the thing is so basically i work out. I work out. So i've been working at home. I don't go to gym. But i still. I did it at home. Warm outside. I made videos. I mean come things that jade was looking at the live videos guys. I've been it's been. I mean i'm not saying this has been great but it's fun. It's been fun. Because i knew who god has given me right. You know what i'm saying. I use god is giving me. I've been grateful through this whole thing. I haven't caught covert evan. Have been a symptomatic. you know. i've been you know. So i i do. I do things. Stay that of promoting healthy healthy light. So i mean no distant anybody else but when you people were saying damn is boring. I'm like it's boring because you're boring right like literally like you because you're with you now with years you can't even you don't even know what's funny you something so so so i'm not saying everything's been great but then towards the end of the swing deal. I've been getting a little little anxiety because you know ask. Things are closing down because the summertime. We we know parts rooftops and if you few clubs maybe out of town right right. So now everything is slowing down. And if you're not a brand name is a little harder to get work in the club's yet like or outlet. You know what i'm saying. Seek for immediately rest or whatever. So that's been a little nervous but you know i the commercial the other week. I mean got some other things in the pipe. I'm learning to little literally. Because i got the shirts. Say i'm gratefully thankful and thankfully grateful that i sell also got these shares to say life becomes great when you become grateful right them gratitude shirts. I've created bills because in life. You don't be grateful for if you can't find. Gratitude is going to be hard to find is to be happy about anything exactly what to call it a house to house the girl the kids the beautiful job or whatever. It is the money that whatever it is all. You're gonna have nothing but either way whatever whichever one you had. If you're not grateful you're not gonna enjoy your life right. Put that because he's it's an absolutely right because you know you can't even do covert korean and our business which we got shut down. I still shutdown. You have to be creative you have to have a different mindset on life and you have to navigate through it. You're right korean and a positive gray food and things are still be some struggles some ups and downs but as two way you look at your situation that will make the situation better or you can look at it in a negative way and then you're done right right right weaker system wheat and kobe. Get your ass we enjoy. Kobe was like. That's what i was laid off to be positive ahead. Seventy is m uses. The people don't even realize it literally does that really. Does it really knows it. Think about it magic johnson. Being happy as hell that he got he got billionaire. Heavy three hundred starbucks if he could take his hiv. But instead like you have mad examples of people can go through things that are like you. Most people have a healthy somewhat healthy life. Some people are living with something that will kill them if they don't if they don't maintain it you what i'm saying like if you don't maintain your hiv medicine workout stay positive. Attitude you probably. You're probably going die exactly sooner than you need. People don't have that and they're not enjoying life and they're getting weaker kids and kobe because they're not being grateful and they're not doing anything about one thing about visit me. I feel like this is the biggest message of take care of yourself right right city. They kill yourself. Nobody wants to do that part. They wanna blame trump. They wanna blame trumpet trumpet and give nobody aka co vedro. Most people who died in this is not no disrespect to the people who died. Because i lost on it but most of the pass away from this this for one day probably had three three three health conditions right but the another thing is one of the biggest things that people don't understand it especially by people like reality. It was time to go. You can't you can't pick your time. I you can but you can't pick your right somebody who's sleeping in the bed. The bullet goes through the window and take them out. It can't pick the right. You know what. I'm saying so so in reality. It was their time. It was whatever. Thousands of people passing away is time. You're sitting here with your time. Not appreciated and respected and being grateful for your time. It becomes miserable time. You know what i'm saying and you know what again is the way you look at the whole situation and say i'll say it all the time. Try to stay healthy. This is what this is all about now with this meshes with kobe. And i'm glad that you articulated to our fan base and our listenership right now. Now corinne ann. Please follow korean. Greens fan page is it. What's the name of your fan. Page is corrine. Green comedy of korean green comedy writer actor comedy actor writer. Okay so you go. Korean green twenty one. That's on facebook. Korean green twenty one. And then i would love for my listeners. Follow career larry scream. We were in haiti of a day. argument of an debating politics and You know politics even with black speakerphone. Well we when we were talking politics of day here on this show and even with black folks gets the you know the the disagree agree. Agree disagree with And again you know. We had a heated exchange here with politics. How do you feel about what's going on. A cine korean with with with donald trump biden in this whole situation feel about who about what about the election about the waiting for the results about donald trump Trying to stop The count and lawsuits of for this election. They i'll be honest with you this this if one thing i think people forget. Is this country. This country was spotted on foulness. You know what i'm saying. So with the foulness of the of the columbus in the indians and then slavery in the elections in laws that are not really an assistant has built to destroy us is this is paul for this is what it is. This is like people like. I can't believe what this thing was. Fair distilling ain't fair. It ain't never going to be fair. I mean the only fair same which you do your life when your time will determine the so basically the election. I'm not surprised me when they do something. It's never surpr- i am clear on who i'm what system i am and what i'm dealing with right. I'd made peace with it like right so once you go okay. To system is not designed for me to win. But i can win right saying right. Now what do i need to do to win. you know. i've never sat back. 'cause when trump was in office from the office. Barack office bush clinton reagan. None of them none of them. I've never seen black people flourish. Like white people were in office. Equally is what so. I'm not. I'm not trick. I'm not gonna be tricks. I haven't seen as grew flourishes a group so in so black you getting caught up into this process. That's the sad part about this election Black you'll attack and black people all you biden. You gotta stay in trouble but listen if you don't have you'll say they don't give a damn whose office was sitting. Us saying that the other day and that we were all you know we. We're agreeing on that part absolutely right you know. This is a babylonian policy from back in the day that had nothing to do with us since it excluded black folks anyway weird liberal college in. Yeah there's a lot of passion would it As far as politics in his who is gonna be the best slave master right so did you. Did you vote this year. I definitely voted. I definitely voted. Because i wasn't gonna vote at first because i was so pissed off at the options. Were saying so mad at like how you give me these these things to pick from. You know what i'm saying. I was like this is that was very disheartening. Heartening but just said since what. My ancestors went through for me to have this opportunity. I'm not going on on the strength of them. I'm going to definitely go ahead and do something. I'm gonna pull the trigger now now even though Cindy you've reported it the day and you didn't like your options and you have that right of course but city. Connie wes fifty thousand votes off. He wasn't on my ballot. I credit and we talked about this yesterday. I credit kanye west. He said it in his report report yesterday saying that he was proud to go into the booth and vote for himself right. Yeah what kind. Ea westby option for you if he was eligible to vote in new york city. Outside of that later that you could've you could've wrote the vote in man. I didn't even know that. I swear to god. I would have voted for kanye. Tell you didn't ask the wrong. Because he will know discount need need to do trump. You know what i'm saying. I lead with a conjugated right or wrong. I at least know. His intentions will good for us. Saying biden all trump. Neither one of their attention. No come comment. You know what i'm saying. Their intentions doesn't matter. I certainly anyone say her name. Right right not come. It's pam like pamela with a k. Right i thought it was kamala. Come on come on camera. No kamala kamala is is the wrestler from wrestler kamala. Because somebody was corrected. Me saying it's kamla kamala a kamala through the whole day now career. I'm a big connie westbound. Who is in saw this music but the thing that's disturbing with me. Cj he's a black man that lives in the state of wyoming the middle of nowhere. No of a black folks and when he says now when he spends his out he goes to wyoming but he is nobody around him because he got mad acres right so so so he's he's basically in the middle of space right there right so but the thing is he's some black folks. He grew up around black folks. The industry of black folks you know. He's only got to say which i want. But he people can say what they want but he is. The only one when money was flourishing. Doing this thing said joe was don't care about black people. Everybody else didn't say nothing. Everybody else. I mean throughout everything that goes on. Everybody gets money from all the people living. Well he's the one who said something that was against the grain passionately right about the know how the world is he said. George bush but in reality george. Bush is just a representative of america's. Oh so incense. He was saying america doesn't care about black people so no one no all. He's crazy he's he's you know but he said when when when when the milk and honey was flowing so so now you know even though he's having a habit he has issues a book bipolar issues. He still he still trying to put us on the right track and i applaud and appreciate a guy like that. You know what i'm saying. So if we have kind of started this movement for twenty twenty four because you have to start your movement like if you want to run for president for years from now you got start right now. Build his birthday party right. But i'm saying when you when you run for this position discuss start like you gotta start at this point now even though it takes about four years for that. So kareem if connie started this movement holloway. Exclude yourself from being fan. Try try to screw yourself on that part if he starts to of a grass root movement. Now would you jump aboard this a well. I tell because what i told you was you all right. They're saying part. But i didn't. I didn't say i love comedies. This is why vote for him. I said because he's last year really careful but but but i feel like his intentions for us are bigger than we can understand what i'm saying like when when for him to go everything he says he accomplishes right right pretty much but everyone calls him crazy in the process of getting there you know. It's it's sad thing where conyers the guy. this is. what i believe about. Connie connie is the guy who said know. I'm gonna run. I'm gonna run. 'cause i know the world is free out there and i'm gonna do in every most black americans are saying you. You don't know if it's bed over there you crazy you bugging you would ever. He said he saying anything he said. Whatever whatever got from me out there. I know is better than right here. Being a slave so black people will like. Oh we comfortable. We go four one ks. We've got jobs gotta go round up the white man. You're going to do standard third in. And they're afraid so they're going to chastise him and say but i know would he shooting for is greater than What we understand like. Oh we can't get passed off fears of what we think we can achieve because we're still operating under the white main spell of we we only of the ceiling that we can have on now. Now i think i think korean green should be like carnage representative in new york state. I'm telling you whatever whatever. It is there. Because i feel like he. He's he's has foresight. Like i feel like. I swear black people still and in this idea of everything all our standards. Let's be real. All our standards are european. Why people standards are close if it ain't gucci it ain't no louis ain't nothing big black designers out there. We could've made popular. We know we made the white man stuff popular. It is a car that we designed ours is not better is better if anything. We design until the white man endorses. It we don't we'll go to a certain point but then into the white man doors. It's not top notch interest new saying so we got award shows. It ain't it ain't a grammy. What saying we got. When i was shows we give away something for our var work year. But it's not. An oscar is not a grammy. It's not ami is not given to me from the white man was not of the highest quality. That's how black people operate. And they say they want to. That's how we do best why we don't own none of this stuff. We we create. That's why a black women but most of that money spent on hair comes is not going back into our is millions of billions of dollars spent on here and it doesn't come back to our community because we value their hair more because no one else is wearing are here. I could understand if they were saying if if the rest of the world was wearing black limousine to but no. We're wearing everyone else's here so there's no way when were you. Can you can lie to me and say well. it's easier third. No their standards is what being quality are stand. Dude support us so in two. We make our our stuff quality which it is valued rather once we value it. Then we can start moving forward until then you can vote for you to vote for because you haven't voted for yourself. I yet nice fat facts. Not korean let's class creamy correct always summit through kicking real and twenty kareem. We've got the break. But where can my folks finds you man. I really great for quality. And where can they find before. Take a break matter of fact. Let's let's make these places corinne green twenty one on on. That's my facebook fan. Page at all they can go to the korean green on youtube. Please subscribe. i'm trying to deal that suckering green on youtube and corinne twenty-one on instagram so go to instagram facebook instagram and facebook mainly facebook and youtube to that. I really want to go to corinne. Green twenty twenty-one on facebook and and corinne green on youtube those are the places that you know what i'm saying that i'm trying to build it. I need off people to support to value us so we can. Because i promise you i'm going to be on black people who definitely support and help build us and take us where we need to go. Not just waiting for the rest of the world is saved us. That's not what i'm saying. I don't buy no name brand nothing that ain't got. I only wear promotional black people. Get good go. This platform co creating walkway wartime. We can find. We take a break one more time my friend. Okay deaths korean. Green twenty one. That's on instagram. And facebook and the korean green on youtube. Oh what you can do or did you just go to kareem green candidates. My webpage and all of those links to down in green green comedy comedy dot com corinne. Green comedy dot com. I always forget about that. 'cause i just recently them crane. Green comedy dot com. You can go down to the peach you go to the bottom of the page you see myself up some videos but down to the page you can get all the stuff down. They also got the shirts on sale. Make sure you get those those my gratitude shirts make sure you pick those up but also as i say. Green green comedy dot com. That is That's what you can find all those other links to all those other places that i just mentioned okay so green. Please support my good friend. Hilarious comedian be. Thank you appreciate you keep doing. Great work and thank you sanjay. She always shows up on the live kicking with me sending positive energy and keeping the real. We'll be back Can a we have today. Do don't sing i. We're back for korean green great view. Eleven back city jason. Feel good friday. I'm feeling great today. Yeah we we're gonna we're gonna. We're gonna chat room number two weeks. Any city says towards the end of the show is shout out again with. Show them some love. Yeah with tons happy hour everybody. It's nine minutes after the hour. Hold on close big birthday bash city jay december. The first turns up tuesday. Be there be a square in the building. Your komo pelting that strike the building the building where mask yes please bring it depends on what type of overtime you want. I guess six times. Let's run through sitting. You know we're gonna do remember league or you want to have a separate day would disrupt two separate okay. Let's see if we can't get you sydney friday. We are going to announce the chat room member of the week because we dedicate the show friday to our listeners that we love so much and we definitely appreciate you guys and thank you so much for tuning in each and every day whether you tune in for two minutes you stay for the whole show is this we truly appreciate you and we are truly grateful sitting at canterbury We are going to a now. Oh well you just got to do like that. They do it you can. We can do. We have a sausage okay. Because if you if you need if you need me you say something al. Usually who would much talking talking machine stalking. So are you guys. Ready for the announcement of the chapman. I'm ready to go. Somebody walking by again. There's no it. S not a jogger. She's working. She's a babylonia. Chatham astle my purse hayes. John walk where you walk into girl. I mean if you have if you've never been here like we have like a storefront window and we can just see traffic and it'd be looking like what the hell's going around about this. He was going on here. Opened up the blinds. We can if we want that we'd in front of that. It's a term that we allowed to have on air sign and then abandoned. The logo would be outside so when you drive by you see this whole thing so it looks really nice so cine. We are going to announce the chat room member of the week. I am super excited. And let's give a special shout to jamal but knock ferguson. Banner benakka calling today. You mad bro. While you miss i remember. Yesterday we had the benach challenged. I wanted to call it and have a female. You never called in. Why do that him knock you call in israel last day benach call lynbrook city s account three of super excited to the chat room member. We are we ready guys in a chatroom one. Two three julius. Gala shaw julius. Yes chapter chapter jab chat room member of the week juliet juliet to shop julius after julius staff member of the week. Hey you in the chat room member of the chambal whou on there but somebody tell. I don't want a shot. He's the chat room member of the week. Yep great work. Young man is always in the arrow. You're always in the room. You always use good morning out all day. I don't know if you just listen. You work us. You've been checking in for a so. Well deserved clap. Page is really rapid. I think he's out there north trenton. You're representing somebody. Inboxes boxes god. Tom call chat remember the week. Oh julius he's in there. He says he's trying to call us well. How come the numbers that the bottom. I don't know. I mean you can call us. I always have a call. Five zero nine eight two six nine five zero once again. That is five seven zero nine eight two six nine five zero call angeles kids listening. He's always they're always they're always listening God bless you young man. Please call in. You ought to chat room member of the week. That's right so seeing what we're gonna do right now We have a gift basket to say. Yeah let's give away the basketball. We got to give away to basket. How about we do. Because it's larry holmes basket we do some larry holmes trivia. Why don't we do that. How whoever's the first person so call in and let us know who is related to. Larry holmes that is a beloved listener of this. Show calling i right now. Colin i who is related to larry holmes who is a beloved listener of this show guys i and chabrol planning tops calls in show. Have you wanna show seaborg ruining with the jones. Yeah go ahead hannah sean. Jones was the question. What's the question. The question is who is the beloved listener who is related to larry holmes that. Listen to this. show sean him. Here go ahead. Who is related to larry holmes who is a beloved listener of this show. Are you go girl. You are the lovely winner of the hand crafted. Sean brown oliver larry holmes memorabilia gift basket. We wanted it. Yes girl. will you got girl you got it. Thanks for being listener and listening. Not hashi go get it since she got it how she go get it since we're gonna we're gonna mail it to we are. We're going to mail it to you. Go get it sean. It's gonna mail it and he's going to. He's going to do this. Show yeah barbie your address and he goes ship it to. You should have it by monday. Post today is my birthday today. Happy tenure washington's birthday today to what you guys. Happy birthday to you thank you. I think you guys are birthday twins. Happy birthday to you. Yeah it looks like you were trying to happy happy. Happy birthday fool on your washington. Yes happy birthday. Ten yeah worst is too young ladies. Happy for alain vigneault now on facebook and show you some love. Yeah that's right yes. It is tiny his birthday today. So shadow time. The sean inbox address. Asep yeah okay. Hi later of youtube by. That was easy. Good what you didn't like that question. Prentice openshaw show morning. Show cine barbie god man and to my dyson. Don't oh hey how are you. Today was the last day of the week long night. Man know is celebrating the day nine numb coming. That was part of a friend of mine had a private party and we just went all out last night. Oh wow i make the challenge man all about nine. Did you just didn't have nobody. Just keep a real. You didn't have anybody in anybody. Yeah he had a challenge. Keep hey if you fail go call you play. no more. You jewelry settled down so you lou cynically cine. We had a put knock challenge in sydney. Couldn't even fulfill his own challenge. He didn't have people there. were there. were other people that fulfilled the benach challenge. And you didn't my friend. That's a man i saw and then he calls in sydney and he says i was out last night and then dot dot nobody cares. He was supposed to call in with a female for the bernard challenge and he was turning up last night showing excuses excuses. Excuse man now's the after nine o'clock there's still no broad arousing pro work someone who work with the product bro. You never came. You brought lists. She came in and the party. And i tell you give him another chance to do. The chat room member. Two week is calling in. Knock on monday morning one. You would another female on fall. Can you do that. I'm going to four days three days. So that means you're going gonna give sinn you day. All right i wanna take you know what okay. He's done nothing wrong with that national city sometimes sometimes in life you gonna pull up on your show. Who will fool tour. Okay sometime in life. This this you know there's levels of innocent life changing hav you are all people know how many joints the cine again off joins me on it put hashtag joints be on it cine certain time move a certain part of our lahser acceptance comes in to play and the sony maturity. That's all it's about some things we just can't do anymore filled that own challenge. He might have to say like sixteen hours to try to prove myself. I gotta progressional. You are nova cine cine down. That road cine cine. Maybe at this point of his life there's no females around that that can call in with him at eight thirty nine o'clock yoga class and this and and cj. There's nothing wrong with that but let me tell you this for we go this okay. Brother accept the fact. That and i'm here for you. I love you meant forty years. I've known you chat. Remember we but we gotta go chat room love. Go out deletions and habits show. Have you one show any barbie brother. What's up this. is julia chatfield member. Hey chat room member of the week on nxt killing me. Cine bristles up the ever pediatric number two week. Well look at you now. thanks again. Juliet's dead less gaba listening. Oh okay let's stop. i'll go first. You go second goblins you got spoiling. Yes ima god bless remember. I tell though no sir no sir no sir here and we wanna do. We got four. God blesses. i'm go. I god bless god bless god bless god bless god bless okay this yoga and the chat room member of the week and we sucks. I feel so excited for this young man me too me to listen. We appreciate you tune into this show. It means so much to us. And i wanted to say personally. Thank you for sending and barbie man. Because you don't have to. You could go back there and listen to them wack ask. Wbz less in a hot night and the ask one zero five nine nine hundred and shows is the ritual whitney gotta hit guys off in the off. My day is good so you know we can do right now. We're going to give you the floor. My friend yeah talked to your people any great choice. Let's let's say our new chatting. Remember week julius dillashaw all right curricular eight gala shot are back at work and my job is time sensitive but i do want to say I did have you know appreciate Meeting you coming up the phone knows when you gonna saying firm would there go and don't you hot off and everything loved the show and everything. Then i was upset. Mother may not think like every other weekend every other weekend. So you know The of a certain age and everything man. But i just like to live in. Have fun you know like a short. That's right and are you guys you know reaching out to me and everything and nothing all the stuff that you guys do and hopefully i will be down in the city. Yeah hopefully you will try and write. But now i've moved up with dark new jersey little top here and you come to the event. Please reach out to me first so we can get your package and everything don okay. Oh act nobel man. I sure will day. I was loving your birthday and everything thank you. I had a great time. Definitely one for the bucks. This young man chat room and we just feels good city. Sounds like a great guy. Everybody just feel so honored and everything you know like like people like well. I know that person but never met them. Just found you know. Everybody just sounds familiar like somebody that i know right because we all family. His ej different. That's right so let's laugh on the chat room member of the week. Hey chat room member other week chambal on taking extra break into possibles today. Julius can't do that yeah he can take an extra break into possibles. You can't do that. He's working for the babylonian he doesn't get a freshman. I'm sorry but i really got to give back to that job. Going back room breaking and do it with pleasure. You could chat remember. I really get back to work. You bet show. Have you want to see show seaborg. Good morning sean. Oliver chevron oliver we just do this connected to the around out we just gave away your larry holmes basket that you put together long but i wanted to make correction but from me. It's from larry's white in home. Oh it's say okay well thank you sorry. Thank you for bringing that leshan had too strong connection with the home family. Yeah it's okay. So larry holmes wife diane home so look at that was on hinged on this is from larry holmes is a wife there you go thank you so much. Thank you appreciate that. Thanks for clarifying everything. Yes good morning lars today. Good how are you doing wanna waiting for city. Yes we're going to be in the building. Look forward to a shrine going down there. We're gonna check check out temperatures and we're gonna do out thing that's right analyst. John is going to be in the building for short term. Prefers the right club for that to wolves birthday. Yes cindy she's sitting in. This is the only woman leshan. Brown oliver sanjay. She takes that car and put it in the garage. Jj and close the door and shave office that she works like you know we've been to our house right. You see you see her office. Those dumb cut it out sydney since. She's like glanced because it went over their jobs to two two puppies already having their full grown yet grow puppies. All my god with kane on my god. He doesn't know how to play that little though then. I glanced over there. You could see the officer. She got a hold of setup in the back of the behind. Her kitchen is a whole thing going. Wow i wanna go behind the kitchen and this is a woman who has turned office and sending you know when we went over to lewis house last summer. I didn't even want to leave this whole thing on and didn't husband is propped up in that reclining. Say a word is sisters. Chilly look look like a statue because everything is taken care of no doubt. He doesn't have to worry. Just come home. And god bless you lose your why you feed into it because it's not true it's the same. I feel the same way. Leshan desserts you lose your support. Leshan mass over this and he's weighing in today so you know she's has a business as well so we want to show some love. Okay the other campbell you picture. Oh i'm going to send a picture. I love leshan. i've been wearing. Nice much a diane thank homes. We tell us. Thank you so much for this gift basket. And we're sitting onto the sean hayes jones and thank you so much hanes jones and happy birthday. Yes hey guys. It's become michelle harvey show featuring a wake-up team. You wanna have a good time may show you stop in the imu located eight. Thirty one to south delaware dr here eastern pennsylvania the off american cuisine. A twist on cocktails a whiz thursdays. They have a deal on site. Also friday and saturday here this move out of a local artists featuring jazz or rb when you stop in may show every morning show century. Hey this is. 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So you know you're reach out to diane hall on oliver and a few other folks here that has their own small businesses So like a hub for on this show and You know we want to support everyone. So we appreciate all you guys out there hustling doing your thing December first tuesday. Bobby colognes big birthday celebration. Yeah i want everybody to come on out man. Let's show our team member barbara cologne a whole lot of love all. Come on down if you can't make it. We're gonna have a big party in a chat room. You know when we throw parties senior. We turn up you now. Okay so remember. Tuesday december the first right here local. Come on now. And let's celebrate. Would fall one and only barbie cologne right here. Let's laughing at atlantic city december. The eleventh ma'am please. Hit me up now You know rooms are still available. But they're going to go fast only have certain amount rooms for my Family members in this show so young you know we. We don't go down to atlantic city. Friday d somebody eleventh. And we're gonna turn these people see full shaw building that. Who's that off to the right. Say so we're going to show up we're gonna show out and we're gonna have a great time so cine what we do thirty four minutes after the hour. Let's do it every time. This week. On friday field defining waiting close out the week with front page news city jake. That's what i say. Don't shop jay. Hey got from the jump. She got she got the do that. Can't thing jay got the factual not the west indicated shots. She got throat base news. Y'all y'all y'all y'all y'all y'all right michael chang from the proxy city. Don't why why. Why why why. Educate the not. Na na na na right now thank you for that sean dogs. I know you work. God bless you work a lot on that right now. Things are going co racy right now. We're still accounts. Because i listened to you so i got the lips and all that. Yeah because he adhd it's me. Because i got here. We were to say never i never have to look at. You know what's going on. I think it's a gift. I have Right now we're still. I don't know cnn. I'm getting conflicting reports. Two fifty three to fourteen to sixty four fourteen. I feel like one news. Outlet is not reporting a state than the other but whatever and then keeping him right soon so it. Cnn so the ap is wrong. I think it's just because you. And i looked it up. It's actually whoever gets two to seventy. I it's not like it's literally whoever gets. It's a race to the two to seventy so it really comes down to how fast these states are going to buy right now just has said that trump. I'm sorry. Biden is in the lead in pennsylvania and in georgia. So he said wait a minute so since last night because i fell asleep on all this. And they're not giving him yeah. They're just saying per the ballots. They're owning is in the lead. Wow yes so. That's great now. We're going to georgia as read on. The associated press is map board which shows pennsylvania as red and georgia. So i guess it really is coming down to what these ballots say. Clark county registered registrar joke. Lauria says nevada will not complete ballot processing until november twelfth. What does that. what does that say. Hey joey china are you. Running things over there like taking was fine. He's said joe. Gloria said in a recent press conference that of all the ballots. The county has currently received. There are still sixty two thousand. I'm sorry sixty. Three thousand two hundred sixty two that have yet to be counted. Joe biden is currently leading in the county. Which includes las vegas by four hundred and thirty one thousand eight hundred sixty three votes to donald trump's three hundred sixty seven thousand two hundred seventy nine so wait a minute you saying by november twelve is when they'll get us for that's next week right This weekend yeah never fires thing. Count every vote for it takes that long. The new president is supposed to be in office into the twenty january risks facts continue among those thirty four thousand seven hundred and forty-three were returned by voters to drop off locations on election day while an additional twenty four thousand. Three hundred mail in ballots were still pending on election day and forty two hundred or received from the us postal service on november third and november fourth staff members. Because a lot of be worth talking about. What's going on with nevada. Why are they. You know staff members in clark county said that they are prepared to count fifty one thousand ballots throughout the day and results will be reported before one pm eastern time on november six. So they said it will be before before one pm today with the release. Some of the ballot. They are prepared to count fifty one thousand ballots throughout the day and results so of those fifty one thousand that they get through today. They're going to report on. That is in the leading twelve. there have a final. Is that what you're saying. I guess so because added that there are more than sixty thousand provisional ballots that were cast during early voting and election day that are still outstanding quality. Democracy in this country is sending my whole thing. Is this if it takes that long to count every vote to next weekend. Fine yeah you have fifty thousand today. Joe is joe winning in nevada. It does look like joe has a slight lead in nevada so if they had a point one per session with about ten thousand votes. So you have fifty thousand. That'd be reported today right. So let's say you. If joking like sixty five seventy percent of that yeah like say. He went like thirty thousand of those votes. This be a rap right that the most am. Yeah majority rules right now. What's going on in in Georgia what's happening there I don't asleep last night and then jumped up from. This came here. Because i woke up. I haven't. I don't even know what the hell is going on is he. I don't have anything in. Because i think because last night i remember last night trump the king forty five who who will be through the throne. Today i believe i think he. The king was still winning georgia last night. What's going on with him. Now i think and see what's going on pennsylvania what happened when i do know what happened in pennsylvania before it went to sleep north hampton county the county. We're in now. Bethlehem allentown eastern monroe. County up there. Where you are the poconos east stroudsburg strasbourg. Mom pocono on up there. Yeah senate it switched from red to blue right night. yes it did. And that was shutouts. Elise sky where a bernie sanders bernie he gave a. Did you see that clip. Nor where he was on jimmy fallon and he gave a prediction of how the elections. We're going to go and bernie. Sanders said that mail in ballots are generally democratic and he said his fear was that most of the ballots. Most of the result. That we're gonna see on election day we're going are going to be republicans who generally go to the polls on election day and those are the first numbers we're gonna have. He said and that he feels that. You know trump is going to go on and say that he's one prematurely but then all of these you know mail in ballots are going to be counted and this is going to. You know that bernie's said we're not gonna find the true winner out until days later probably into the weekend or a week later and you know that trump is going to make a mockery of the voting system. Which he's already doing saying that they're falls. And they're find balance all over the place and then bernie predicted in twitter's also marking warnings on on king. Forty five posted on twitter. Right yes. twitter has taken to saying that trump's tweets about him winning the election and all that they're marking them as misleading post. Right so now once all is done. I think the king will be dethroned right today. I think this is going to happen today week. Gives head chopped off and get out of here now sitting his his poetic before read this. His biden has a slight lead the by like a thousand a one percent but but still like hallway. Less than you said by has thousand point. We yet biden right now. Is that two. Th two million four hundred forty nine thousand five hundred eighty eight according to the associated press what everybody else is looking at That's what joe biden. Is that and right now. Donald trump is at two million four hundred and forty eight thousand four hundred and ninety one. But here's the thing about it on election night. Like midnight wednesday morning at the election night chow was up like hundreds of thousands of volts. Because you talked about about The the trump supporter going to the poll and voting right so he was up hundreds thousands of votes in georgia and here companies mellon. Here's his poetic. Part is thinking goes around comes around right right. The king forty five was disregarded the corona virus right everybody come outside and rallies but if he did the right thing when this all happened shut down the country with the mass and everything right maybe by this time everybody can go out and vote and he would have probably won but because he discarded the corona virus. Everybody went to the post office and then vote so if you did the right thing back in those days the model with one this thing but it's come back to bite you in ya ass. Look what happened. Forget about the corona and everybody and all the democratic. No no we gonna play. We don't want the virus. We're gonna vote by now and look what look was happening to you. You have five hundred thousand vote lead in the state of pennsylvania. That's gone right. Yeah because it's already done. Those votes. Were cast cocoa google but we got our stuff. We certainly are. We mailed it in right. See you go there. You capitated by the mail system until your own and while these trump supporters trying to stop the count in protests. What are you doing. This is over just ridiculous there. This is the way this is opposed to. And then then he get up on. Tv last night start talking about this is a fraud yep man. He's a sore loser. Yeah i saw lose the little man. There's things that he's going to run again and twenty twenty four. That's the next question. I wanted to issue any kenna. President kennedy president for president again. Yes if you did it. He didn't serve two terms. Hauling your served two terms year that but if you serve only one term you could come back again. What you can you can. You can run it back and served two terms. Yeah yeah you bet. You didn't know that we get hip three times. I didn't yeah you can run it back again. And then surfer two terms God bless america us. So that's going on Also corona virus the. Us reported more than one hundred. Twenty one thousand new coronavirus cases yesterday which is an all time high even though the day before last week to six hundred thousand reported in the week was all time high. The country is rapidly approaching ten million cumulative cases and two hundred and thirty five thousand total deaths. A new forecast from the cdc predicts thirty one thousand additional american lives could be lost in the next two and a half weeks alone. New case records are still soaring in europe. As well and even more countries are entering renewed lockdowns in india's southern state of andhra pradesh more than fourteen hundred teachers and students have tested positive for the virus. So you guys keep on with your tea and near like discussing things. Running people are still dying at a high rate. Cocos going telling you i. I don't know what people are going to do. So that's really concerning Also so when are they going to announce before it lasts three. And then we'll get out of here. Yeah what are they going to announce the when when will the will the king be dethroned beheaded change. It would've happened today. The next today in las vegas i mean i mean nevada is going to give in the i mean. He only needs supposedly according to the associated press. He's got to sixty four. So what does he needs. Six four six so if nevada can give us because i think nevada's electoral college is like thirteen or something like that. All we need is one. St to conclude their voting. And then we'll have the winner but that's a good point that you made to cenis far as so it's the first person to get to seventy regardless right. Oh yeah so you know we're gonna find out about that and this is an interesting story the owner of arby's do you eat arby's sean nor don't eat arby's what's the last time you've had arby's right. I haven't had our when identity. That arby's i got curly fries open over the line. There's never a line seen anybody there. They make great commercials. Where's the beef with the owner of arby's just purchased dunkin and baskin robbins for eleven. Billion dollars is is. Are they a front. Southbound is this a colombian drug ring one in the chat room. If you've eaten at arby's and if you have one of the last time you did okay According to reports inspire brands owner of arby's acquire dunkin brands. That's dunkin donuts. donut dunkin brands group. For a total of eleven point. Three billion they also own jimmy johns buffalo wild wings. Sonic drive-in row cope and dunkin. Owns baskin robbins. I didn't know that co founder and ceo. Paul brown said in a statement. These brands will add complementary guests experience and occasions to our current portfolio further. They will strengthen through their scaled. International platform and robust consumer packaged goods licensing infrastructure. As well as add more than fifteen fifteen million loyalty members when the pandemic i hit it was reported. That duncan was facing a deficit with some store. Seeing in eighteen percent decrease in sales will because they get most of their from people going to work in the morning there right. It was also reported that they initially planned to close around eight hundred stores this year with the majority of those late locations within speedway guarantees stations. Date there are twelve thousand five hundred dunkin stores and eight thousand baskin-robbins outlets worldwide so atlanta's inspire brands which was founded in two thousand. Eighteen is rapidly joining the largest restaurant groups in the us. In addition to like they said wild wings and arby's it owns sonic and all of this other stand. I've never seen anyone in that argue. There's an arby's down row where listening j. on eastern avenue. What you selling. Eleven billion extra dollars roundabout dunkin donuts while rings stuff stuff right but i think i remember them saying they were. 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