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Kash Patel and Sebastian Talk Cancel Culture and Paytriots.us
"Talk to me about cancel culture of average citizens, not just defamation. You have this service for concerted businesses. So unlike Mike lindell, you can't be canceled by your bank because you're conservative. It's patriots U.S.. It's payment processing. It protects conservatives. Will you just react to the libs of TikTok, Washington Post? Taylor Lorraine's phenomena. These people and I'm not talking about you being attacked by being attacked. I'm talking about this orthodox Jewish woman with an account that just shows the left for who they are. What do you talk to us about the fact that it looks like the mainstream media has no morals at all? No, no, they don't. Well, first of all, the fact that this tale or whatever person, her job title is influencer follower. I don't even, where do you go? What's school gives that degree now? Which woke institution of higher education now says you can go be an influencer. And of course, CNN hires her. So the influencer follows following. Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. Stoker. So they go out and what do they do? And that's why we have to build a whole ecosystem right on our side. It's not just, you got to put in rumble for YouTube. It's not just you got to put in truth social for any sort of Twitter or what have you. It's the payment processing. Trump got shut down, lindell got shut down, but mom and pop stores got shut down. Gun owners got shut down. They can not survive because the banks have come in and they've said, let me be clear for those of you who aren't following this. What he just said, Mike Flynn's wife had her credit cards canceled because she's general Flynn's wife. Not because she's bringing in Coke to the country for Hunter Biden to snort, but because she's married to Mike Flynn. This is real. In America. It's
Utah deputies find man who disappeared as teen in California
"A a a a teen teen teen teen who who who who disappeared disappeared disappeared disappeared from from from from his his his his family's family's family's family's home home home home in in in in California California California California nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago was was was was found found found found in in in in Utah Utah Utah Utah Susan Susan Susan Flynn Flynn Flynn didn't didn't didn't give give give up up up when when when son son son Connor Connor Connor Jack Jack Jack Oswald Oswald Oswald who who who has has has autism autism autism went went went missing missing missing from from from home home home at at at age age age seventeen seventeen seventeen working working working Summit Summit Summit County County County sheriff sheriff sheriff Justin Justin Justin Martinez Martinez Martinez says says says officers officers officers found found found Oswald Oswald Oswald asleep asleep asleep in in in a a a convenience convenience convenience store store store but but but felt felt felt there there there was was was more more more to to to his his his story story story there there there was was was a a a humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian effort effort effort that that that need need need to to to be be be explored explored explored further further further that's that's that's when when when they they they dug dug dug up up up a a a missing missing missing persons persons persons report report report and and and got got got the the the family family family on on on the the the phone phone phone it it it wasn't wasn't wasn't in in in the the the ground ground ground Linda Linda Linda is is is thankful thankful thankful to to to everyone everyone everyone and and and hopes hopes hopes others others others can can can be be be as as as lucky lucky lucky we we we are are are planning planning planning on on on that that that I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker
Why You Should Visit AmericaProject.com
"Welcome back. I'm talking to Patrick Byrne, who has been at the very center of this issue of a stolen election trying to bring to light what happened. If you're not interested, you're a sick person who doesn't deserve to live in the United States of America. People have died. So that we could vote so that we could elect our leaders. If you don't care about this, you don't deserve to live in this country. There are people like Patrick Byrne working hard, not because they need the money because they believe in right and wrong to make clear what happened. So Patrick, what is the name of the organization? Is there a website folks can go to? America project dot com that was started by Mike Flynn and Joe Flynn and myself. That's the organization through which we're pushing back in so many ways. All of the country now there are election, there are hearings that are popping up. Where a state senator gets a room, get some citizens in, and they tell stories and get affidavits about what happens when they vote. We've been encouraging and lubricating that around the country. We were very much involved with the Virginia, the turnaround in Virginia. And that just came about because pastor Leon Benjamin, he came up with a business plan for how to tighten up election integrity in Virginia. It took a quarter of a $1 million. We funded it. It was bipartisan, get a bunch of volunteers and they tighten up Virginia and you look what happened. They timed it up about 40% and look what happened. They took back the parliament, the legislature and the gubernatorial that they had not even expected to.
Trump Ally Patrick Byrne on His Experience With the Jan 6 Committee
"Patrick Byrne was present with president Trump and general Flynn during the alleged insurrection meeting in the Oval Office. And so the J 6 committee is ignoring him. So I thought wouldn't it be great to get Patrick Byrne back on the program, Patrick Byrne, welcome. Eric metaxas, great to be on your show again. It's an honor. Well, listen, you honor me because you have been a hero. And I just want to hear this story. I mean, first of all, I don't know if you're aware, obviously you know that I'm Friends with Mike lyndell and we've been talking about the machines and all this stuff for years and stuff like that. But even more recently, I saw the evidence dinesh d'souza has created a film called 2000 mules. It is astonishing it is open and shut anyone who doesn't see who doesn't see that this is that the election was stolen. I'm just thinking, you just don't want to see it. It is sickeningly obvious. So we're living in a bizarre world. So where are you at this point? What's going on with you? Well, that's quite a introduction. Eric agreed to be on your show. Let me be a little bit more specific on the thing about the J 6 committee. I contacted them and let them know I'd be happy to come in and there was a nice little exchange and they kept trying to get it off email and to voice and I don't really like to do voice because people have funny recollections later about what was said sometimes. So and I said I'll come in on the record or off under oath or not won't even bring a lawyer do it in public or not. They were initially interested and but then when I said I'm not going to that it had all be kept secret. I said no, the deal it's symmetrical, whatever the rules are for you or for me. And if you can quote me and use it in court or make it public, then I can quote you. And they won't even talk to me
John Zmirak: 'Donald Trump Should Broker Peace in Ukraine'
"John's Muir. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Eric. Andy Kaufman, you sing here I've come to say the day. Exactly. That was actually that was my email. Yes. Mighty mouse is dead. It's tough. Listen on the glue trap. You've been writing a lot of a lot of stuff about the Ukraine. So the piece that you posted yesterday, brilliant concept. Let's start with that headline. Yeah, Donald Trump should broker peace in Ukraine. Donald Trump. Now, not a joke. No. I have a 100% serious. And it's not just because on some level he ought really to be president because he actually got more electoral votes and more popular votes. And the deep states stole the race in the most squalid Latin American style. And then covering it up in silence people in Eastern European totalitarian style. I mean, that's there. But really, I'm not being cynical. I don't want to use what's happening in Ukraine just for cheap domestic political gain. But I do think it will be good for America and good for Trump and good for all of us. As well. As for the people of Ukraine and the people of Russia. Because both populations matter. But before you just get into the details, are you, I mean, is it really possible that a former U.S. president could do something like this under who's a car is that work? Jimmy Carter flew around the world brokering negotiations after he was out of office. Jimmy Carter went Africa, Latin America. He had his own peace foundation. But he didn't need the permission of the U.S. government to do that. He just went and did it. That's right. And Donald Trump can do the same thing. And there is this thing called the Logan act that was used to intimidate and blackmail general Michael Flynn. But it is unconstitutional. No one has ever been successfully prosecuted under the Logan act. The Logan act was passed in something like 1801, and it was directed, I think, against Thomas Jefferson. It was in, I think. It was intended to stop Americans from engaging in diplomacy without the permission of the U.S. government.
Sara Carter: Durham Report Is Historical, Pointing Back to Clinton
"Like you I was passed a lot of stuff early on And it was difficult and it was very hard to separate the wheat from the chaff Sarah you didn't know and I'll throw it to you here I don't want to ban the rabbit The case was so incredible that it seemed almost like the more hysterical the allegations as Tucker Carlson said the other night the more true they were And you didn't know is this just crazy or what Did they were spying on Trump We have the name of the actual spy We have the azra Turk name We know about halper we know all these names and they're still pretending this thing didn't happen 100% 100% Dan And that's the thing We're looking at this indictment but you're absolutely right Step on helper The office of net assessment the Department of Defense with this office we didn't even have a full investigation yet into this area of the spy operation What happened with general Michael Flynn that wanna look over the Russian remember and all of these things that happened that they know are going to be buried away because it's so difficult for people to keep up with all of this information But what's not difficult is the essential truth And we know what that essential truth is No matter how much Teflon Hillary Clinton thinks she can put between her and the rest of the public or between her and the Department of Justice it all points directly to the clintons It points directly to Hillary Clinton And this is what Durham is saying He's putting history into a report They may not be able to take her to court They may not be able to directly pinpoint the finger at her but everybody around her was involved in an operation to spy on president Trump and worse than that It wasn't just about spying Dan You and I both know this This was a disinformation campaign To destroy and target a president of these United States
Monica Crowley Was the 'First Casualty of Trump'
"Welcome back to one on one with me, Sebastian gorka, and Monica Crowley. Will you just share with our listeners, the lessons learned or what you'd like to tell them after your experience? Because as my good friend Chris plant says who has the morning show in D.C., the aim is very simple. The aim is to prevent decent people from ever considering serving a conservative administration. So what is your message after you stepped into the arena as well and paid the price? Yes, well, thank you for that question. That was a very dark time for me. So I appreciate your asking. Yeah, originally, I was going into the Trump administration with general Flynn. I was going to be the strategic communications director for the NOC. And I was mercilessly mercilessly attacked with lies and smears and it was a relentless campaign to try to remove me. What I didn't understand in retrospect is that they were targeting me they didn't care about me. They were targeting general Flynn, and of course Donald Trump. So I was in the crossfire. But I also now know in retrospect because this was January of 2017 that they were targeting Flynn and now we all know that. And what better way than to remove the person who was going to be on TV radio and in print every day, defending Flynn and defending the administration's foreign policies, me. So they had to remove me to isolate Flynn in order to attack him. So they smeared with a pack of lies. And I will say that the lesson here is twofold. One, I was the first casualty of Trump to, when you go into government like this, you assume that everybody is on the same side and they're
Why Townhall.com's Kurt Schlichter Decided to Self-Publish His Novels
"And we are back with none other than town hall don't come, Kurt slater. Kurt explained to us your reason Kurt for self publishing your series of novels. Why self publish? Well, three reasons. The first reason is it's very hard to sell any kind of thick. There's such a glut out there and the publishers just don't want it. My agent can sell a non fiction book in about three ten. That's easy, a fiction book, almost impossible. You basically have to be a map that way or car, I forget his name, or Vince Flynn. Right. The guy who writes Vince Flynn thing. And then you can do it. But otherwise, it's going to be very hard. The second thing is, my stuff is outrageously conservative. It is going to terrify a publishing house. And in fact, the bulwark guys have attacked it as even though I would dare anybody to read any of the 6 books and tell me what color the main character is. Because it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. I don't care. Idris Elba wants to do the movie. Nobody would be happier than me. Or, you know, or anybody. It's so silly to me. The last thing is, if you do it right, you can do very well on self public. And I, you know, I'm all about multiple streams of income. I am a capitalist. I sell these books because they do, in fact, sell. And they've gotten as high as 29 out of all the books on Amazon. For a book I wrote here in
Barack Obama Continued to Spy on Trump Campaign Leading up to 2016 General Election
"One more clip It's a bit shorter from March 5 2017 Go How confident are you that this investigation which was on Russian so called Russian hacking but now The White House says this morning will be broadened to looking into executive overreach How many are you going to find something there I don't know but they already found something The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign or transition to a certain of its surrogates The issue is the extent of it They went into court a second time They were so aggressive They waited four or 5 months They go back in October weeks before the general election and by the way All of a sudden we now know they went in the court multiple times to get extensions Go ahead We have leaks coming out on Flynn Then we have a horrible meeting that took place between sessions and so forth And I'm telling you as a former chief of staff an attorney general of the United States in the Reagan administration these are police state tactics Now what did Barack Obama know You know everything I just read you part apart from one or two articles You know how I know It's in the newspapers It's right there So Barack Obama not only knew this but he gets a daily intelligence briefing And let me tell you something about daily intelligence briefings If you're attorney general And your FBI is going to the fisa court To get a warrant to investigate aspects of an opposition party in the middle of a general election campaign how much you want to bet the president of the United States knew that He didn't And we now know of course he did From the document said Radcliffe released last
Mark Levin Shows the Proof of Media Leaks Conspired to Attack Trump
"Well March 1 exhibit 6 Obama administration rushed to preserve intelligence of Russian election hacking In the Obama administration's last days listen to this some White House officials scrambled to spread information about Russian efforts to undermine the presidential election and about possible contacts between associates of president elect Trump and Russians across the government I'm not done Exhibit 7 New York Times Flynn has said to have talked to Russians about sanctions Trump took office Well where'd they get this information Well Mark you know the fisa court they're always monitoring the Russian ambassador So how do we know that Maybe they are maybe they're not That there's an awful lot of other activity Here we have Washington Post one more Washington Post march 2nd U.S. investigators have examined context attorney general Sessions had with Russian officials during the time he was advising Donald Trump's campaign The focus of the U.S. counterintelligence investigation has been on communication between Trump campaign officials in Russia Listen to this The inquiry involving Sessions is examining his context while serving as Trump's foreign policy adviser in the spring and summer of 2016 This has been going on for a year So here I had live now Peace together leaks that were coming out of The White House the FBI the intelligence agencies and Congress To the Friends in the media and they were reporting these leaks so I'm pulling them together and saying wait a second These phony journalists these propagandists are putting out stories and trying to hurt Trump But if you put them together you see a conspiracy A conspiracy within the federal government where they are where they are eavesdropping in one form or another where they are using the Patriot Act The fisa court where they are using the media where information is dribbling out and so I pulled it together from these different there was a lot more of these stories and look at this Look at what they're doing to Trump and his people
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 6 more Trump associates in probe
"The panel investigating the capital insurrection has issued subpoenas to six more trump associates involved in the former president's B. to overturn his twenty twenty election loss the subpoenas escalate the committee's probe into the attack's origins chairman Bennie Thompson is demanding testimony and documents from those he says took part in the so called war room before the season and plotted ways of stopping the election certification they include former trump election campaign chief bill Stepien and former national security adviser Mike Flynn who talked with trump before the insurrection the panel's already spoken with more than one hundred fifty people in the probe and is working to get testimony from other trump advisers Sager make ani Washington
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"We can't wait to see you inside. I'd like to describe flinched jeans. They are high waisted. They're even pleaded their lilac. Denim and flynn is a six foot. Seven man all my god. He's wearing lilac underpants that match with crusty the clown on them which is very suiting. Looks lovely But the genes. Flynn is six foot seven. These genes are like too long for him there. An extraordinary trouser the clot. Oversized because of the plates. Obviously plates out there. Because they're oversized but yes. I have to roll them up three times. So the bottom. So one thing that i want to say is when you're breaking dry spell. Sometimes you have an expectation that it's going to bring you closer together but it actually shows you the wedge that's between you and highlights it can push you further apart in the short term. It can actually amplify what's going wrong. So if you ditch expectation like pressure doesn't it if you expectation that there's going to be any sense of satisfaction that you're going to have the oral or whatever he's like. Oh we're going to see what happens then. I have no expectation. i can be free. You can.
Investigative Reporter Julie Kelly on the Criminalization of Conservatism
"Julie Kelly. Welcome to America first one on one. Hi Seth. Thank you for having me on. I appreciate it. We're going to go through all the incredible things that you have documented in your investigative journalism and American greatness. The specific cases Americans should know about. But let's start with the 50,000 foot picture. I didn't come up with this phrase. I use it every day on the radio show. Do you believe is it hyperbole to say that what we are witnessing in the United States is an attempt to criminalize conservatism? No, it absolutely is accurate. And I think that that's something that really started in the Trump era, what we're seeing is just really have a progression of crossfire hurricane, which started in July of 2016. What explain explain cross fire hurricane for those who don't live in the swamp, don't follow the minutiae of the weaponization of law enforcement and intelligence. What is operation crossfire hurricane and who did it target? It's a great point. Thanks for saying that, because, you know, we throw away throw these terms around like everyone is supposed to know. So crossfire hurricane is the counterintelligence probe that Jim Comey's FBI opened up against four Trump campaign associates, Mike Flynn, George papadopoulos, Carter page and Paul Manafort. And that was really just the conduit to spy infiltrate sabotage the Trump campaign. And that resulted in a Pfizer warrant against Carter page where the FBI and DOJ went to the secret court that is supposed to root out foreign terrorists called Carter page a foreign agent of Russia got a fisa warrant to spy on him that was in October 2016. And that just really accelerated this criminalization of Donald Trump, his associates, then his cabinet, his administration, and now we have almost 5 years later, four and a half years later. Now criminalizing his supporters and his
Congressman Devin Nunes: People Are Voting With Their Feet
"5 years ago, it was general Flynn. My former White House colleague, who has targeted by the FBI, now it's mothers at school board meetings. We have so much to discuss in this hour. So they've gone from a three star general to mothers, let me ask you, where does this end? What is the likely scenario? Does it become socialism? After the last year and a half with COVID and people, you know, genuflecting at the altar of fear that Fauci created, are we going to comply? You are the antithesis of the career politician, your farmer, your citizen politician, from that vantage point, what is your expectation? Where does this end up congressman Nunez? Well, if you look at what's happened throughout COVID, the socialist states, so called blue states have become more and more socialist bordering on total tailoring ism type of tactics that they're using, especially here in California where now you just had the governor come out after he narrowly escaped after spinning a quarter of a $1 billion to defend himself outside of that money coming in in the last month. He likely would have been recalled. Well, now he's still here. Newsom is here. And first thing he does is he says, well, we're going to go out and we're going to mandate that all your kids get these shots. And so this is and we expect more draconian measures to come in the future. So I think you're going to see more conservatives, Republicans independents who want to live in freedom are going to leave places like California every single day. You can't get a U haul truck here in California without paying an exorbitant price because you have to pay to bring it back from states like Idaho, Tennessee, Texas, et cetera. So people are voting with their feet. They're moving with their feet. They're setting up a very dangerous situation here where we have a series of blue socialist states and red free
Is America Becoming a Land of No Consequences? Rep. Devin Nunes Shares His Thoughts
"Congressman Nunes, I didn't want to spoil your day. I just wanted to tee that cut up to ask you a question that I have to give full credit. I lived in Hungary after the fall of communism the land of my parents birth. And there was an issue there in the 1990s. Nobody, not one person paid the price for the crimes of the prior regime. There was no truth in reconciliation, no truth committees, and one day a very bright philosopher wrote a big article, changed the overton window. And the title of the article, a congressman was is our nation becoming a land of no consequences. I look at America in the last 5 years. I look at the lives of Schiff, the accusations of Brennan of Comey of mccabe of stroke of Lisa page. And I see one lowly lawyer at the FBI get a slap on the wrist, and I have to ask you as a person who's down the most to get the true story out. Is America becoming a land of no consequences congressman? Well, I still have hope, and you have to have hope in this line of work. I get up every day. I live in California. I'm coming to you from California where we got fires burning all over the place, so you got politicians running around, screaming global warming as my constituents and my family are engulfed in smoke, just ash and smoke that are coming out of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. So you got to get up every day. We're in the trenches here. And you've got to have hope that things are going to get better. But to your point, things have gotten progressively
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"Going to have sex. Because flynn was like. Oh this isn't a fingering episode episode flynn's taking off his clothes. Now we're going to have penetrative sex intercourse using both the penile and vaginal that my steely mood. And i think we'll leave the mic to the side and report in cricketing. Just like a bit against you but not too much time on top of flynn both sitting up. I'm getting a bit of clitoral stimulation instead but a twenty two twenty two percentile against the pubic patch exit dental. It's not intentional. Really hard to stop because of feels good the definitely. There's a huge amount of pleasure coming from the penetration itself. The internal sitting on top of me really my name. Squeezing too much pushing. Can i come on this side of unit.
How Did Hillary Clinton and the DNC Get Away With Spying on Donald Trump?
"How is it that the United States of America you can spy on a presidential campaign because of a lie that you bring to the table How do we allow that in America How is that possible in America All of what I just said use exactly what happened on the Trump Anybody sorry for it now Now I go back to the audio James Comey downplaying the role of the Steele dossier in that fisa application He said I wasn't it was just a bunch of bunch of different facts Back in 2019 December 16th James Comey downplayed the Steele dos that he knew was a lie in 2016 in that fisa application Now why did he downplay it Because he knew that that vice application should have never been granted and the FBI should have never been investigating this James Comey also bragged right about sending some FBI agents He was asked in 2018 after he knew in 2016 That this steel dossier in all this was just nothing but a created lie By the party he supports And when he was asked in 2018 who went around the how did you go around the protocol Why did you go around the protocol going through The White House counsel's office Instead just sent him some FBI agents in The White House For a general Flynn perjury trap Comey smugly said I sent him And everybody laughed This is America today This is what our government is like today
Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci
"We are governed by currently in this era of public health. Put that in quotes lockdowns and draconian drank draconian ism by a group of people that was largely unknown a couple of years ago but they have come to the forefront and have more power than any other people in the history of domestic american policy. One of those people is dr peter desk. Dr peter dasent is the villain behind the villain. Is the man behind foudy. Now many people ask the question. How is it that they spied on. Donald trump the same playbook that they used spy on donald trump. And go after lieutenant general. Michael flynn is precisely the same playbook that they use to launch this fraudulent campaign saying that the chinese corona virus came from the himalayas. It came from some bat soup. I'm reading from the daily mail dot com. It was revealed earlier last year. That peter desk a british scientists with longstanding links to the wuhan institute of variety had secretly orchestrated in landmark statement in the lancet in february two thousand twenty which attacked conspiracy theories suggesting the cove in one thousand nine does not have a natural origin. The now infamous letter signed by twenty-seven seven public health experts said they stood together to strongly condemn the theories that which they said quote do nothing but create fear rumours and prejudice. See that there. You have medical scientists telling us that it creates prejudice. They also lavished praise on chinese scientists. Who said they worked. Diligently and effectively to rapidly identified a pathogen behind this outbreak and share. Their results transparently the global health community. But now the lancet which is the top level of medical discourse and publication said near agreeing to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the sars kobe to ouchi chinese corona virus. The scientists say quote. They need to evaluate all the hypotheses on a rational basis and away their likelihood based on facts evidence devoid speculation concerning potential and possible political impacts in february two thousand twenty. They even add that that statement in part of a silencing effect on the wider scientific debate. Yeah no kidding. Because peter dasent inserted themselves under orders from bouchier he is the pulp fiction equivalent of mr wolf.
What to do in New Hampshire
"What kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for someone who is coming to new hampshire. Let's say for the first time. So i have a couple actually. Why have one more for the nature lovers and people who like hayek hike or at least see mountains and that brings you all the way up to the top of new hampshire which borders canada. And ideally you see some moose on that type a trip and i can go over that and then there are some other smaller trips that either. Bring you out to portsmouth and the sea. Coast the ride along. The coast is really nice. Brings into main rail fast. But that's still good and there's a few different towns in between that kind of those must sees. Okay we'll shall we start with the first one then with the outside outdoors absolutely. So if you start in southern new hampshire or anywhere else in new hampshire in you head north you can visit flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views
Amanda Milius Tackled a Hugely Complex Issue in Her Film 'The Plot Against the President'
"Love your work I'm a huge fan of amanda milius. But when i saw the movie i just hats adoph because you took a huge lead complex issue that goes from opposition research dossiers painful by hillary clinton to cia assets trying to Trap george popadopoulos in british. Pob stu mike. Flynn being accused of doing something. That was absolutely his duty to do. All the way through you know the russia collusion hoax on capitol hill. And you crunched into what one hundred minutes ninety minutes. Ninety minutes yeah. Amazing is left when we we know we have over seventy hours of footage and we did forty interviews thirty five interviews and forty days a month and a half. Yeah and then. The way that i know i did it in under one hundred days is because when i first got out of the administration the first thing i did is come do an interview with you here and this was before the with ten days after you left something literally ten days after i left and i hadn't even announced the movie announced it. I don't even think i announced it. I said i was doing a project. And you knew what it was. But i didn't even announce it and you were like. Are you gonna finish this project. And i don't know by the election. And i was like that's a hundred days away. Yes i am going to do it and you were like and it's amazing. I mean no congratulations crazy. So everybody needs to see it. Amanda melissa's maybe the plot against the president p movie dot
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"Experience. Whether you i have enthusiasm and then resistance or shame comes up a storyline around any part of it and to be aware of those things and to watch them without necessarily following them. Much as you do in meditation seated meditation or even in a yoga practice any practice of mindfulness. You allow your thoughts and the stories to pass without the need to unpack them and you can do that as well. On these instances these situations rather especially when it feels like there's so much vulnerability and intimacy riding on it inherent so have moved past. My layer initial objection. I've moved past. Maybe a moment of shame like echo of shame from past experience that has nothing to do with right now is good. That's all. I'm going to say he's just popping up if you've listened in the past. This is flynn's happy place. And i think it's because he comes into deep meditation devotion embodiment. It's very relaxing for him. He loses any sense of time or space or the need to do anything other than this. And maybe you'll notice this is well on your own experience. The depth of felt sense. Sometimes when you're not feeling super connected to your body when you get touched it. I don't even feel the depth of it because the sound of your thoughts and the business of your life or taking up more space than the actual felt sense. What it feels like. It's almost like you need to dial into it. Tune the knob on your radio to find the frequency an it's like the experience the actual. I'm feeling in my body. Now of pleasure is helping up and that to me is a symbol of me coming into actual connection allowing myself to feel and this feels like such an important recognition of our daily lives. And maybe we're not allowing ourselves to feel our shoulders tight. Why am i holding so much tension or my jaws sat are. I just held my body in a way for so long though is so uncomfortable. But we disconnect from the physical needs of our bodies and i love when clipping callosities says like your body is calling like a friend. I need a drink of water. And don't give your body that drink of water and To.
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"If you have the capacity to touch yourself in feels nice. I believe you also have the capacity for someone else to touch you in for to feel nice. If you can make yourself feel nice. Then that means you're you're pussies alive and the sensation there that that pleasure is it comes into your body and then the more you allow it and the more you tap into that in the more you get out of your head and dance at that and let it move around you pure able to practice that by yourself. Then in the rut safe-space allow someone else to practice that on you. That could just unlock everything for you. It's the lazy influence show but really is not lame like listening. All right. it's the lacey. And flynn have sex. Podcast it's time for another episode. That's mostly what we do on the show. We have sex and we six coach through it. We're not having sex to just have sex. It has a deeper purpose. We want to actually show you what it looks like a to work through things be challenged. It's not pretty. It's not pretty. It's real we want to inspire you in your relationship. You're gonna be challenged. You probably need to wear headset. And this is for children or our parents mom and dead turn back now. This is your fun warning me. No mommy so get ready to revolutionize the way you feel about sex what you think about sex and ultimately for you to have a much better sex life in elevated six left. That's what my mom does what we want for. Everyone does what was in this work. Okay we love you goodbye. That's like an intro right. That'll do think so. Yeah okay so.
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"After after the sun comes a author was after the sound comes rain again. Maybe i don't know. Do you want a cup. Some tells you why. What an tales. We just talked about this that we can have. We can have periods ex. Awesome get tells. Okay you repeat it for listeners. They missed that part right. That's all right. I mean. I thought it would have been more suspenseful to just be like. Oh get towels. And then you get towels and then let it be revealed naturally. Yeah some memorial matter. Fact god i. It's the lacy influence show who really is not lame. Like so please listening. All right. it's the lacey and flynn have sex. Podcast it's time for another episode. That's mostly what we do on the show. We have sex and we six coach through it. We're not having sex to just have sex. It has a deeper purpose. We want to actually show you what it looks like to work through. Things speech challenged. It's not pretty. It's not pretty. It's real we want to inspire you in your relationship. You're gonna be challenged. You probably need to wear heads that and this is for children or our parents know. Mom and dad turn back now. This is your fun warning on the no mummy. No mummy so get ready to revolutionize the way you feel about sex what you think about sex and ultimately for you to have a much better sex life in elevated sex life. That's what that's what we want. Everyone does what was shown this work. Okay we love you goodbye. That's like an intro right. little do think so. Yeah okay. I don't normally have sex on this day of my cycle day too but i'm feeling quite sensual and embodied and i had a very long cycle at thirty four day cycle. Which doesn't normally happen for me so i feel like i've actually been through a really long kind of passageway into the bleed that enabled me to process a lot. Let go of lot. Continue the journey of surrender. So actually i feel very different today on day. Two of my cycle than i normally would. I still want to honor the integrity of this day. So the first number of days of bleeding. Like to move slower..
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"Everyone knows experience that i used to get this person. And you're like i just am so attracted to you good for you like first side. I was like oh. That's that person's not my person. But then they just go that swagger in that confidence. Oh hello yeah. How many times have i turn to the guy who was like you know not the not the peacock in the room and the guy who was just like the most. You know confident. Like full of yet just sparkle and spice over energy it. Yes so think maybe because all stripping off naked in front of filmmaker maybe that process will happen to foster. And then i was like while. Now's the time. I go to bring it right now. And his my wife. She's she's bringing it. She's getting naked. And yes ebbs at different sizes but go sh. She slamming just so proud of her myself. Everything we created here so gotta get possible that night begi stuff and just be in this moment night rarely present because it's going to be filmed is going to be documented and people know when something's not authentic people are more generally more perceptive than give themselves credit for. Yeah even if you don't consciously no there's something inside of you that either activates or doesn't when something is authentic and true uncharged and when it's when it's performance i want to know for you. Flynn you know since you've since you've really been since we had that sex the other day around self love and you've had your huge journey recently around self love and we'll do an entire episode about that it warrants a whole episode to really dig into your journey and to dig into how you arrived in the space in your life for decades in and this awakening. You've had but i just want to know in a practical level you know in your life right now..
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"That are problematic. And we see this in our world we see this. In the environment is manifest in our bodies and then across all facets of life. It is a problem that has a singular route and then like a you know like the way that it reaches out into the world at touches everything and i mean. Think about yourself. Flynn think about the way that you've been able to rise as a man in the wake of my rising like. How has that enabled you. Gosh that's a whole different thing. I feel like a part of the reason why we're relationship was in such a shitty place is because of sexual dynamic just emasculating. Thing of like always trying to get sex going and being rejected and all of that stuff but then as that shift started to turn around with us becoming super strong and amazed and empowered around your pussy in womb space. Then all of a sudden it was kind of a new energy and direction in our relationship and then we started to like. I started to look at myself again in a new way. Because you don't often know you don't realize who you've become realize you've become until somehow you have a wake-up moment and you're like oh my god. I'm not happy lie. I'm not being served here. I'm not my best self this shitty. This is really shitty. And i need to take charge of myself like this. Like i'm poking chest right now. This is okay. This is good. You know on a to get this backup running to an optimum state and we'll get through life focus on careers or having babies all these different parts but life can be so rich when you when all these parts of your life of working and that's what we've always been striving to achieve balance and of course it's always a balanced but as lacey found myself self. I was to say found kind of pussy gazing but created it on our own journey. But really finding yourself. Then those his new lightness and then i began refunding myself as well. And then this the polarity which we spoke about an earlier episode began to find Begin to be redefined in our relationship and.
"flynn " Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"This might make you uncomfortable. Trion this might make you uncomfortable. Te hey this is easy. Mrs flynn and we really enjoy having sex with each other. We love now but one back. A couple of years and things were going very well. What happened there. We winter human face which was awesome and then we went through the no surveys really any six face an hour on a mission to work out. What exactly happens to make sex drop in long term relationships. Yeah because we wanted to know. How is it possible. We'd gone from a loads of sex like flying unicorns helping across a rainbow in the honeymoon days to barely having sex at all. We decided to flip that shit and look at what was not working in our relationship and change it lacey's pointing at me about how six our relationship what was funky with it and how we didn't break up. We decided to fix about breaking up. Did you always deeply pissed off and on you. The sex love was the major issue so we didn't break. We decided to fix our sex life and in digging deeply into our sex life over the course of many years we healed so many parts of ourselves and ultimately created an epic relationship in our fucking soups happy. Prosise amazing shit during sex. How we do. And we've built it as the cornerstone of our lives. Yes so we dedicate ourselves to sex like it was our business and then we made teaching other people about their sex lives are actual business. So we've taught thousands of singles and couples around the world how to communicate how to heal rejection and resistance all these things that keep people from having soulful satisfying relationships and sex lives because spoiler alert your relationship to sex underpins so much of your life. It's six education people. Sometimes they're even going to have sex and break it down for you in the show. Yeah we'll also invite special guests into the conversation and even answer your personal questions live on the show to help transform your own relationship and sex life through small make you uncomfortable yes it might also make you super excited but if you follow along with us and you dig into this work we will not only change your sex life will change you as a person so tune in on your favorite and follow or subscribe right now to get all the latest episodes and we'll keep lazy and flynn coming each week and hopefully keep you coming to. Oh oh yo archaisms. Not guaranteed orgasms. Knock aren't pleased conditions apply..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"If you're working with a professional athlete who comes to you the specific diet and you notice that they are struggling with injuries what so let's say it is a vegan diet. What could you do just to help them? Does it have to involve widening their diet is there room within a vegan diet to sort of work with them and and off Modify it as much possible optimize it as much as possible all of the above. I think depending on why they've chosen to be vegan. If there is no flexibility there then you'll have to work within it and we have to supplement accordingly if there's some flexibility of a high-level soccer player right now who was vegan and kind of liked having that Faith. So NE that was part of her identity, but she's now eating eggs and she's also eating some Greek yogurt. So she won't eat. She's you know, she has she's very particular home and please like like to have control and I think that that sometimes that's that's just part of what also makes them successful. Yeah, but so she can willing to be flexible. And so then you know, we're going to open it up fish which she's also pretty flexible and amenable to so if I had my preference to be on birth I would I would try to steer them to a broader, um a broader selection of nutrients from a broader selection of foods, but somebody is is real life is really rigid. Then I'll work with them to to make sure that they they're getting what they need right or the best that you can sort of within badly within the yeah. Yeah off and do you typically work with the team of people like do you know will I know you work actually your office is within a physical therapy the only thing or within a physical therapy office so long you ever have therapists come to you or orthopedic doctors come to you and say look I just I'm throwing my hands up. I have this high-level figure skater, for example who you know, it seems like the dialogue..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"She's also the founder of Connecticut fuel performance-based nutrition, and she just so happens to be the head nutritionist for the Boston Bruins. I'm really looking forward to hearing Julie's Insight on some challenges that vegan athletes face, especially vegan pro athletes face when they're trying to recover in between practices and maintain their health for a long season, Julie. Welcome to the program. I'm so happy to have you here. Thanks so much Jess. This is really nice here. So we talked a little bit before I had you on and I was telling you how you know, as a doctor's sports doctor. There's sort of home. Gap in our education when it comes to nutrition and we know that nutrition is so important for performance for recovery and sort of prophylactically so you don't end up sidelined off. So I thought what better guess to have on than someone who's used to treating athletes all day long keeping them on the field then you yes, thank you. Yeah. Yeah. So first I sort of wanted to just get back to you a little bit so that our viewers can sort of hear what goes into being a nutritionist. So tell me how you got into Sports Nutrition and what your job entails sure. So I have a little bit of a non-traditional path. I started as a pharmacist and I was working as a pharmacist in a very very busy 24-hour store and became frustrated with the lack of opportunity for lifestyle modification counseling so I might see a patient who has diabetes or high cholesterol, but I have no idea whether they're grabbing potato chips or a candy birth..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
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"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"This is a kid. Yes, his He's listed as a tight end. He played a lot of that in college, but I can tell you they've yep. Him more as a h back, he's wearing number 44 which is a backfield number and that he's going to play some fullback to give them sort of an a more athletic look up there and to me a neck injury for a guy who might be asked to block a decent amount and we saw this with devil and last year as well. It's it's set up a red flag for me. I'm just wondering what you thought. Yeah, I saw that as well, you know, I don't know much about his injury history, unfortunately, but a neck injury for anyone blocking is obviously something to worry about and it's something that you don't want to just look at now. But but the question is if this sort of Wreckers you could get into a situation where unfortunately some athletes. It's not that they can't even you know, kept saying can't be available. Some of them truly at some point can't play anymore because of things like arthritis in the neck or narrowing sort of that spinal where the nerves exit the spinal cord, you know causing issues with the birth. So it's going to be something to watch and unfortunately, if something that can cause lost time especially going for especially this early in the season. Yeah, and I think the the other big thing about this match up, you know with the dolphins this week one thing. I was curious your opinion on this is we know Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to start in two of his draft that he's coming off that, you know, terrible injury and Alabama and he's been fully cleared. But if if you were involved in the Dolphins medical decisions sort of what would be your if you had an idea a game plan for him as far as when he gets involved. When you bring them along to you. Would you put them out there for a series in week one or would it be more say let's let's get you know, three or four games down the road and then maybe we think about doing that. Yeah, I think with with a shortened preseason a note preseason games. I think that's a tough tough situation job. Men, you know there's the how he's coming along physically and then there's the how he's coming along mentally and sort of how he's preparing how he's growing into his position and I would say probably helpful to just give them a couple of weeks to get used to it. You know, it does sound like the hip is doing really well the things you'd watch or you want to make sure you guys complete full range of motion. He's moving around you watch them in practice. You make sure he's moving around great and it sounds like he's checked all those boxes. He's out of the woods for a lot of the short-term issues. Like we talked about AVN the avascular necrosis. He really has a pass that first hurdle. So now it's more of the longer-term issues like hip arthritis. So physically, I don't know it says much of an issue as just sort of mentally preparing him and and since they have a you know, good quarterback to sort of help, you know, wait a minute make sense to give him some time. Yeah. That's that's going to be an interesting thing to watch all year, you know with the NFL dolphins and and some of it probably depends On you know where they are record record wise and things like that. But yeah, I mean if I'm the Dolphins, you know, I forget about this year like I mean, I'm just look you draft of guy in the first round..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"Flynn for a bonus. One question I have for you. What would you say is for right-handed quarterback? What would you say the the throw is that puts the most stress on the rotator cuff? Would it be sort of you know shoulders pointing to say the left sideline and maybe you know throwing like last minute, you know out, you know like that or or what do you think what's what's the most stressful thing for the rotator cuff? Well, I think it depends on his exact issue, you know throwing crossbody. Yeah having to put force behind it is tough. You'd asked me before about sort of what you would sweat would see when if you knew there was an issue like what could be a red flag that would be an issue, you know certainly accuracy and then downfield power those. Yeah, the main things I think that's what that's what you saw. I specifically remember watching him along. In 2018 before he went on the shelf and that's when the shoulder was the problem and the first half of 2018. He played his best football. I mean you talked to Scouts coaches who studied him. He played great the first half first eight games of 2018 and then all of a sudden it went down and that was that was if I remember correctly and you could see it a lot on this down feel gross. They would lose energy quicker down the field and that's also I think they did a little bit in 2019, but in 2018, I think they had that even bring different bought a box in to throw Hail Marys and things like that because the shoulder was such an issue. Yeah be interesting. I mean Jared said I'm shoulder sounds like it's fine. Maybe he keeps trying to don't sleep on Brian Hoyer. Exactly. Exactly. You know, I was happy to see since we're talking sort of fell down field or the sidelines. I was happy to see n'keal Harry and like really happily song. Eyes and sort of shocks not to see him on the injury report and that's not a knock on him. It's just he's had his issues with soft tissue injury, you know hamstring injury specifically last preseason game last camp and then this year, I guess the trainers were sort of tending to that right side quite a bit wrapping them up pretty tight. So I was reassured to see that he's not limited. He's not even on the injury report. Yeah. I definitely noticed that there was one practice where he was out for a few plays and they were wrapping that right quad and you see him touching it might just be like a brake pad adjustment type of thing. But I think that is definitely something to look for one thing that I wanted to ask you about. It was a red flag to me on the Patriots injury report and it was today. It was. And Keen with the neck injury..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"I mean, I it's obviously totally fair and this is your you know realm I you know, I will say that I can could understand thumb your point of view in your look as you know, these guys didn't have an offseason all that stuff if it was a running back and offensive lineman, you know a different position. Because you know really and yes, there are times where they're scrimmaging in practice and so say Jared Saddam goes back to pass and he needs to you know, move one way or the other or escape the the pocket that is a sudden movement that maybe he hasn't quite trained up in the offseason. But largely, you know, what these quarterbacks should have been doing this off season and we saw, you know, we certainly know what Brady was doing down in Tampa is that you know, you're going through all those things you need to be the way coaches look at it is that you should have been doing all this stuff and a lot of them they were given an app and you know, you're supposed to do all this stuff the Patriots have an app that the players got and you should be you know, making all these different throws you should be preparing yourself, you know as a quarterback, I think as a running back, it's different if Sony Michelle got out there and all of a sudden he pulled a groin I could understand it the quarterback position. I have a harder time and the other place. Wanted to make about this is like the way that you look at these things and and sort of a Viewpoint that I come from cuz I'm talking to people sort of on the other side the team side of it home. I I I equate it to sort of, you know, talking about an injury like this I equate it to like Mike McGann from Sports Illustrated the the song writer talking about deflategate like there's a difference between you know, what's fair in the court system and there's a difference between what's fair according to age. I fell because its own sort of entity like you can't apply Court logic to football logic and it's sort of the same way with you as a doctor might look at an interior certain way, but the people walk around the patriots who especially the people who have seen Tom Brady for twenty years not miss anything ever, you know until the later portions of his career. They just look at it down. You know, it's a little bit of neanderthal Viewpoint of it all admit, but that's sort of the way where they're coming from in that regard. Yeah. I think it's interesting. So I guess my question for you cuz I asked Mike giardi this to it sounds like you're hearing different things than what I've heard that you know, cuz everything in the media has been stood and was throwing in the offseason you had to carry he was working with these guys suck and nothing I've seen is said he wasn't doing his offseason program, you know, if anything an injury, like this would be like throwing too much or working out too much hard. I mean, he could not sway the other way and sort of post an Instagram story with editing of like every workout he's ever done right, you know, but he he didn't do that and I appreciate that, you know, like it's like okay enough off season..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"You know, I just don't think Jarrett was as prepared as he should have been for this and I think the injury was you know, I don't want to say totally his fault, but I think it was preventable and I think both people in the organization feel that way and and they look at them differently now, and I don't know if you think that's completely unfair or you know a little bit Fair. Yeah. I mean, wish could come tell my twenty-four-year-old patients. They shouldn't get hurt. You know, it's I think it's one of those situations where of any offseason especially this offseason right like to lay blame. An athlete for coming in with an overuse injury is really rough. You know, you have guys who are training on Peloton like their offseason trainer wasn't the guy the throwing coach they usually work with in California, but it wasn't like the strength and conditioning coach. They work with in Alabama. It was like some dude on Peloton trying to like train them, right and that kind of an injury. I mean that kind of a off-season training could certainly dead end up with a hip injury. I just felt I was driving I was driving with my husband and like I looked at him when you guys brought up stadiums injury and he's like, oh, here we go. He's like, oh, I'll just drives you go ahead. You can write whatever y'all just drive because it just felt to me. It was just like Jimmy G all over again. I agree with you on the know. It was like it here's a guy young guy unproven has his chance, right? I don't know how much of a chance it was by the time I Cam Newton was there but for all intents and purposes a chance and he ends up dead. Injury and mrs. Time, you know from what I've heard. It sounds like it was an overuse injury to the hip maybe one of the tendons in the hip and that's that's a tough injury, especially if it's the groin or the hip flexor on that side. There was this right hip from everything. I saw looked like the way he was favoring. It was the right side and for a quarterback you really really have to good flexibility of that hip flexor to be glad to set your feet and throw so when you talk about being in a red non-contact jersey, like I don't really care about that. It's more about he can't set his feet use his lower body engage as cord to be able to pass without sort of re-injuring it or you know, if he's walking. I don't know that he can pass very well, especially in preseason. And if you want him, you know for the duration of Season you don't watch this if it's a partial tear or a bad tendonitis, you don't want it to turn into something worse. So I just felt like you couldn't fault him from missing some time, you know a short period of time and Ed. I've no idea what the hospital visit was about. You know, it could have been something sort of parallel. Sometimes if you have hip pain, then you worry about other things that are a little more vital and unique in for something like an ultrasound just to make sure everything looks okay. So I just don't think we know enough about that but I think the last thing you wanted to see was this Young quarterback come in push himself through it and pick up either with a worse hip injury or he starts throwing his mechanics off and we see this a lot and all of a sudden he's got elbow tendonitis shoulder tendonitis something else that's keeping him off the field. You know, that was my issue..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"Your host. Dr. Jessica Flynn. And today I have a girlfriend in to talk about the NFL. He's an NFL expert. He also is one of the founders of Boston Sports Journal Greg Bedard. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks for having me change. Its I'm glad that we finally get your expertise into the podcast Network. So I'm excited for this and I'm excited to argue about your statement. Some other people came up for an argument just ask my husband. So the the Pats first injury report came out this week and you know, we're kind of holding her breasts wondering who is going to be on it and I actually felt like the better story was who wasn't on it to be honest Greg. I was surprised we didn't see Jarrett Stidham. For example on the entry report Cam Newton doesn't seem to have shown up with the shoulder. Or the foot and you know to be honest n'keal Harry wasn't on it and I know that's I wrapped. So I guess you know we can start with whichever one you'd like to start with first. Well, let's start with Jared because I do think you know, I think that's an interesting topic and I'd like to hear sort of your opinion on this and and you know, I know you kind of were giving it to me that filter masks, you know, they have talked about it a lot and I talked about it in my parents this week and let me just explain where I sort of come from I understand that injury aren't players faults and things like that, but when it comes to when it comes to a twenty-four-year-old quarterback who's wearing a red jersey and Camp who's not getting there's no contact. There's no preseason games for him to have to go the hospital and get probably an MRI or something on his way up from the reports that are out there to me. It's a bad sign and I could tell you two people around the Patriots. They didn't look at it very well. And from this perspective and this is sort of where I come from. Also. Is that look you have a young kid. He has a chance to succeed Tom Brady at least compete for that and off for him for whatever reason he had to he had to miss some practices and he missed his chance and I understand that accidents happen and looked a red jersey does not preclude a guy from scrambling and you know getting a non-contact ACL injury and things like that. I get it I but had seen hit all his snaps to that point in Camp and to me off and we don't know the exact nature of the injury, you know, of course, but to me from the way it was reported and also that he's no longer that that it only took him a few days that he would sort of back in the swing of things and now he's not even on the injury report that tells me it was some sort of overuse injury some sort of strain something along those lines. To me that just can't happen. If you're twenty-four years old and not not getting tackled not getting hit and you know, I just think that you know Bush might be one of these things where he's a young player like, you know, Tom Brady at 42 is doing a hell of a lot different things than Tom Brady at twenty-four whether it's lifestyle and things like that..
"flynn " Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"My name is dr. Jessica Flynn and I've been a sports medicine physician in the Boston area for the past fifteen years in that time. I've helped over a thousand athletes get back into the theme I can't wait to share the tricks of the trade with you and to share this season. Let's go the screen my first episode today. I'm lucky enough to have my good friend Mike giardi in the studio. Mic. Thanks so much for being here today. I'm pretty excited. Let's let's see. Let's see you as the host here, Jess. I know I'm not really used to asking questions. I'm used to answering the questions of usually pretty tough. So we'll see how it goes. I'll kick it back to you. So I've got to tell you when we first met in 2016 when your your guy Jimmy Garoppolo got hurt had the shoulder injury in the preseason. So I'm going to tell the story song what happened when we first met and how I first got into this and then you can tell the real story of what really happened. Okay? Yeah, I'm thinking right. So when Brady was suspended for those four games basically, you know, Jimmy G was in and he was the guy and then he goes down with a shoulder injury and when I saw the video, knew from the mechanism right away that was probably a significant AC Sprain and that was in office and shoulder and it was going to be really really tough for him to be able play through it. And you know, I went to work saw patients. I'm in my car driving home listening to sports radio and I couldn't believe what she was hearing. I mean they were just ripping him apart for not being able to play and I was so mad. I remember I was in Lincoln Massachusetts stopped at a stop sign and I am screaming at my phone and I feel like this job Go by on their bike like what is she doing? And I was just screaming at the radio. So that day sort of cemented it for me. I just felt like, you know, we heard a lot of reports about as long you hear a lot of news about injuries, and it's always sort of in the best interests of the team or maybe it's a little bit over dramatized, you know for the benefit of media or for like an entertaining radio segment, but it often is really not good for the athlete. And so that's a I kind of decided that's enough. I want to sort of responsibly report on injuries kind of be the measured voice sometimes to talk about injuries. And so, you know, I decided the best thing to do was call in to sell grandpads betcha. Go so well wage shocking that they wouldn't have that well, It was like word salad. I just exploded and yeah, my partners were texting me after like read just on the radio. I think I heard you going nuts on felger & Mazz off. So I sort of was encouraged to write about it. So I wrote my first blog post and it was about Jimmy G and then unfortunately about a thumb injury and the other backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett found you read it and you were really gracious enough to share it and that was kind of my leg up. That was my my introduction to media and it's sort of why I even got into it to begin with. So I guess have to thank you, or maybe it's you I'm not sure. It depends on the day, right? I think the interesting thing about it and just I think it's there's such a void in in sports reporting about like I'm dr..