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Pastor Steve Poe | The Most Important Business Show Weve Ever Done!!! Creatures of Habit: Breaking the Habits Holding You Back from Gods Best  Inbox

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26:52 min | 4 months ago

Pastor Steve Poe | The Most Important Business Show Weve Ever Done!!! Creatures of Habit: Breaking the Habits Holding You Back from Gods Best Inbox

"All right thrive nation on today's edition of the thrive time show. We are interviewing a pastor by the name of pastor. Oh yes folks. Pastor look him. Up pastor steve po. Peo- pastor steve on today's show. He's teaching one of the most important topics that we'd ever discussed on this show as it relates to business. The most important business show we've ever done i believe is today. Because he's talked about his new book which is called creatures of habit breaking the habit holding you back from god's best people that shadow me listeners. Great people like you often come to tulsa to show me to watch what i do. Observe me running companies and they always say. Wow you wake up at three. Am every day. Wow you have your monday morning. Staff meeting every monday at six. Am wow you have your meeting at eight o'clock while you have that meeting every week at ten o'clock wow any once you to to shadow and see what i do on a daily basis where you spend time studying people that are more successful than me. You're going to discover that successful. People are people of having creatures of good habits people of intentional having people who are intentional about designing their lives to be the way that they want them to be successful. People are intentional about diligently applying principles on a daily basis. But now what did you find yourself implementing that happens. We'll be mad habits. Find yourself going the wrong way on a daily basis pretty soon you end up finding yourself living in abandoned by the river. I don't think anybody's sits down. And says i want to be a not successful and i want to end up living in a van down by the river but if you implement bad habits often enough even good people will end up living in a van down by the river. So what is you want a turn your world around if you want to go from a negative to a positive if you want to start to gain traction on a daily basis if you want to turn your dreams into reality would have become a better husband a better boss. Better dad. A better podcast. Or this is the show for you. As we interview pastor steve but his new book creatures of habit breaking the habits holding you back from god's best all this isn't the threat time show on your radio podcast dumber. Yes yes yes. And yes thrived nation on. Today's show. i am fired. Might say well. Why are you fired one. I'll tell us folks every day we have on this every day we have on. This earth is a gift from god and what we do with that day is our gift to god and some of us get in these. Dum dum loop habits. We started this dumb habit maybe a decade ago. Maybe a month ago maybe a year ago and then if you do a bad habit often enough pretty soon you find yourself wondering how did i get here now. The same is true. When you have a great habit you put a great habit in your life. All of a sudden nation you can have massive success. And i'm excited because we have a man on today's show it's gonna teach you how to develop unbelievable great habits. He's the author of the new book creatures of habit breaking the habits holding you back from god's best ladies and gentlemen johnny further do. It's my pleasure to welcome to the show. Steve po sir. I'm good clay. Thank you for having me on today. Hey let's talk about habits. Christians christians and habits. Let's say that. I am in the habit of going to church every sunday but i am a a gambler. Okay so i go to church on sunday. I gamble on wednesday. Go to church on. Sunday gamble on wednesday and it started out. I just one time with the fellas then another time and now i'm stuck in that doom loop. What does your book creatures of habit breaking the habits holding you. Back from god's best. What does that book going to do for somebody who reads it in applies. What they're learning. Well let's can. I help you break the bad habits in your life. I mean i've dealt with in the book. Clay i dealt with twelve specific bad habits that we actually that i struggle with and and then at the end of each chapter for that particular habit i give several steps that they can take to break that specific habit in their life. Can you read off a few of the bad habits. Just we nami. Maybe i mean. I don't know if you have like a a habit of singing in public places and you had to break that habit or maybe what habits your reference. Yup and the book. I cover Pride anger make an excuses lust. Cynicism worry complaining workaholic lying. Idolatry guilt perlis. Those were once again. I came up with the list when i started writing this. I came up with the list of about thirty bad habits. And i picked these twelve because these are specific ones that i struggled with and so i don't i dove into those. Let's go to dive into two if we can. We'll give you a little sneak. Peek at the book has to offer. Let's talk about pride. And the habit of pride in the habit of lust. what do you mean by the habit of primer. Does that mean in. Other words if i if i respond to you in an arrogant way or a prideful way and then tomorrow i respond that way to somebody else the next day. I'd do it again before you know it. I've created an unconscious pattern in my life and it just becomes second nature just give me an example of a prideful response. Maybe people might see and their everyday life as a business owner or some working in a business environment. we'll taking credit for everything It's like Let's say your company is Or your church either. One is extremely successful or they had some major victories. And rather than rather than talk about your team rather than talk about your staff you pretty much take all the credit for it Okay so that would be and again your book addresses that and by the way if you are in a business situation and you never fake the key members of your team. That did a great job. What happens is resentment begins to develop over time. You lose a key team team member. And i and i running several million dollar companies. I can tell you once you hire great people inspire them. You want to retain these people and so that's a pride can destroy relationships. Let's talk about lust. I know that's kind of you know not really a topic. That's a light-hearted one. Let's talk about the the habit of lust. So you know lost is a major problem today. it used to be that you had to go looking for pornography but Today it's pretty much wallpapered on the laws of our mind. It's everywhere you go from television to our computer. It's it's everywhere you go and so it's become a greater problem than ever before So we deal with that particular topic. And i give some several steps that you can take to break the habit of less than your life and of course with every habit his that we've got on. We got acknowledge that it's a problem. And most i think lest is a bigger problem for men than it is for women though. It isn't just strictly manet's women as well but I think men struggle. I heard a guy say one time in struggled with three things they struggle with sexual issues. They struggled struggled with anger issues. In the third thing is they lie about the first two and so. I think there's a lot of truth in that is that we don't wanna deal with it and yet it's the one sin or the one area of our life that nobody really sees and so we feel like it's We feel like we're getting away with it and we're not hurting anybody. It's just taking place in my mind and so it's the one we don't want to deal with. It's the one we don't think is a big problem. Now as i'm going through my notes here one of the things. I is because we want a business listeners listener show. I won't be able to think about how much is a bad habit costing our nation. We're back. I know many of you watching. This may feel like we never left. But i want you to know behind the scenes. We have had some technological issues and this is a good teacher for somebody because somebody out there you might have the habit of giving up too early of quitting on stuff right and it's persistent. I want to ask you this as you're a leader and you're right in your book. What was your process. Like for writing the book creatures of will again I picked these twelve habits. Because i struggle with these twelve habits so it was a lot easier for me to be able to do research on it because i was curious for my own benefit and so i learned a lot. Obviously doing this research so these are. Do you find that these twelve habits you discuss are maybe common habits that people struggle with or these some of the most common negative habits the payment may have. I think they are clay. I think that probably most people struggle with all twelve of them to one degree or another some are worse for you than others like obviously there are a few of them that are really struggles for me and others not so much. But they're all a struggle and these are a struggle for christians and non christians absolutely absolutely mind somebody who you attend your church. Someone you know someone you love somebody who's wants to be christ like and they almost have this infinite doom loop of cognitive dissonance because they're frustrated with themselves that they can't kick the habit absolutely. That's that is you know when we invite christ into our lives play He breaks since hold on. Our lexcen has a grip on us before were believers and once we invite christ our life he breaks that hold and he gives us the power to say no to san and so all the time. I have kristen. Say i don't understand. I've been a believer now for four years or five years ten years and yet i still feel stuck in my spiritual life and i don't understand why and the reason they're still stuck is because they haven't dealt with habits. The davis stablised over years. And just because you're a believer christian does not mean. These habits are going to go away. You have to be intentional. You have to take the steps necessary to break those habits in your life and now that you need to sell me on your career but somebody has not heard your name before What was kind of your background. You walk us through. How how did you grow up. And when did you get involved. Administer grew up in the seventies and became a believer in the seventies. I felt like god had a call. My life At that time. But i didn't want to go into ministry because quite honestly i had this entrepreneurial thing going on in my life i wanted to be in business so i ran from god. For several years. I started opening up. Businesses and Was fairly successful with those businesses At a commodity trading company owned radio station had three restaurants so is doing really well but the time is running from god running from god the whole time yeah well. Most people didn't know that. Because i was attending church on a regular basis but i was not being obedient to god called me to do. I wanna ask this because this is interesting interesting. I timothy from the bible. A chapter six verse ten reeds for the love of money is the root of all evil. Which while some coveted after they have aired from the faith and pierce themselves through with many sorrows when it says for the love of money is the root of all evil. You break that down. What does that mean well again. The key is when you said the love of money. It's not money's not the root of all evil but it's the love of money it's it's the the lust for money the passion for money. The heart that makes us that drives us. It becomes a priority in our life. Whenever that becomes a priority in our life it becomes idolatry becomes an idol in our life and to that point it then can become an addiction or another words. Exactly what we're talking about today can become a habit and so the love of money can drive us and create Greed or a habit that just becomes second nature becomes our priority. I just is interesting as you. And i have been Dodging the technical technological landmines. This morning i have appointments that. I have booked. I had to move stuff around. I was just on the phone with a floyd brown who runs a western journal. It's a massive publication. i was just talking to floyd. And what's awesome about working with floyd as he's a believer he loves christ. He also understands math. And so floyd the entire reason that floyd built what built to the western journal platform is so that christians can have a new source to read that is written from a christ centered perspective. But he's also understands that there are expenses that need to be paid and therefore it must be a profitable entity but he money's always secondary maybe fifth in on. You'll be ten. This has to be financially sustainable. But the whole thing isn't about money now. I contrast that steve. I was on the phone with an agent yesterday. I won't mention the the name of the guys who the guy is muslim on the agent with a which is say one of the top ten most known people in the world and i was on the phone with their and their agent won't even talk to you unless there's a certain amount of money that could potentially be gained as a result of the conversation and i know that person is not that way but their agent is in the way and so it's so how is. How are we as christians supposed. What place does money having our life. Where where do we put it in a christ focus what. Where do we put money. Well there's certainly nothing wrong with money It's it's not moral or immoral. It's amoral it has no intrinsic value within itself But it's a tool and that's all it is when it becomes more than a tool in her life that's what it becomes a problem that's what it becomes love that's when it becomes idolatry got it but it just a tool. It's just too. And i've also i've also been called a a tool so there we go. I'm tool it's all about tools now. So it's like rarely. Money is rarely an idol. But money what we spend our money on points to what the idols are in our life. Oh boy somebody that down. Someone just wrote that down. Could you break the unpack that so it's like i don't i don't know you well clay and you don't know me but i could tell what is important to you by looking at your checkbook or by looking at your credit card statement because we will spend our money on the things that are important to us and so money it is typically not the idle it points to the idol in our life. Got it now. If somebody out there right now they say. I want to check out this book. I want to pick up creatures of habit breaking the habits holding you back. From god's best somebody out there. A bad habit is costing them money. I mean somebody. There's losing jobs because of the bad habit somebody out. There's losing out on promotion losing out on deals. Somebody's losing relationship. Somebody somebody just cut their net worth and half as a result of bad habits that caused them to get divorced. I mean habits this in my opinion of all the people we've interviewed we've had wolfgang puck. General flynn john. Maxwell go on listing off the names of people. This may be the most important book that our listeners are ever going to pick i. I really do believe that and for people listen to our show every day. You know. I don't say that every day. This is something i haven't this isn't like the most important show. I don't do that everyday. This is literally a this. I know for me. I have a routine i do a routine i get up three in the morning every day. San mateo set it. Forget it have a flow of flow. Go to bed at a certain time. It's oh i've had five kids and there's a flow. It's great now. What are your habits there. What's your what your your daily routine like. What time do you wake up when you get in your flood. Just walk us through. How do you spend those first four hours of your debt. I thank you for that. And i totally agree with you. Clay i really. I got into habits long before. I recognize the spiritual impact that it had on her life. And so yeah. I think it's really really a big deal. And if people understood that forty percent of everything you do during the day is done out of habit. Oh wow forty percent. Those those are the things that are second nature to you. Don't even give them a thought they just that it's it's It's just an unconscious pattern that you've put yourself into which is a god thing. That's not a negative thing. That's god-fearing i. Thank god designed that way so we don't have to make a decision every time we do something during the day. There's so much of our stuff done out of habit. What's a dumb habit. A bad habit destructive habit that most people are doing every day that could be costing them relationships. Money success everything and they don't even know it's like a sub-conscious thing the you don't even know you know Guys that could go in so many different directions. I mean certainly. Lying has become mega problem in our Culture today there. They say the experts are saying now that we're lied to anywhere from ten to two hundred times every single day and we don't even give it a thought. It's just almost become a part of life whether it's through gossip or whether it's just through being silent or whatever so i think Lying on one degree or another. Whether it's us being lied to or weather us lying to other people as a huge problem. Let's talk about that. What you say Lying what are what are lies that people do. All the time that are that are common. Well i mean You know if you're gonna lie for your own convenience you're gonna lie to make things easier in your life You're gonna end again. It starts out the abundance of our heart. The mouth speaks and so it starts out by. We lie about something and then we lie to somebody else and before we know it. We've done it enough. Time to create an unconscious pattern and then we find ourselves line for no reason. I mean we live when we don't need to lie it just has become a part of us and then you end up living in abandoned by the river. That's how that happens. That's addition there and then you end up living in a van down by the river so you don't live that van down by the river. You're listening right now and you do not want to end up in a van down by the river. You gotta check out this book. Creatures of habit now steve. i'll give you the mic with got some of the shows. We have will have some weeks of a million people that listen to the some weeks we have less. It's it's you never know what shows going to go viral. But i do believe this one of the most important shows we've ever done. What would you say to the men and women listening all across the country. Who are taking a try now. What what's your advice. Well i think i of is understand that habits. Play a bigger part in your life than you ever dreamed or imagined habits become our identity becomes who people recognize spy so for instance if a today and somebody. I want to describe you to somebody in your an honest person. I'm going to describe you as i'm gonna say we know he's a man of integrity. He's an honest person. But let's say you are a complainer. I'm also going to say but he does tend to complain just a little bit. So i'm going to describe you to other people by your habits because our habits become our identity and so i think what people have to understand is. This isn't any small thing. If the biggest change you can make in your life if i want a radical change in my life the biggest thing you can do is to make a determination are going to break the bad habits and replace them with good habits that you're going to reply like the example pride. I'm going to break the habit of pride and i'm going to create a habit of humility in my life. So that's that's the biggest thing that you can do. And what i didn't mean to cut you off cut off for a second back to you. Know it's it's steve. Co dot. Org steve hodel and you also are connected to View church believe cranked. I'm the senior pastor north. You church in been there for twenty two years. Johnston mcrae's incredible things there. Where's that church located. Well we've got twelve campuses and our main campus is in the indianapolis area and then we have campuses all throughout central indiana. So you're north view. Church northview church dot. Us that's that's that's the church and then your individual church your web address for your your ministry personally. Is steve podesta. Org correct okay. Well steve i appreciate you a lowering your standards. By four to ten percent. I agree to be on today's show. And i encourage everybody to check out a copy of your new book again. If you're taking notes while you're driving maybe pull over a but write this down creatures of habit breaking the habits holding you. Back from god's best stealer appreciation. Hope you have a great rest of your day thank you. I appreciate men. Take care brother. Thanks bye all right andrew. Here we are. In the thrive time shows studios in the early mornings at six forty nine. Am today june. Second is today of this recording. And i have a kind of an urgent announcements. I thought we could use some upbeat air-raid music to kind of communicate. The urgency of this message do you approve of the air raid Sound i proven. It's a beat typically in tulsa whenever we have a tornado they turn on the sirens to kinda. Get your attention yet or noon on wednesday or noon on wednesday. Okay so what i'm gonna do. What do you mean no wednesday. They test them every day at noon. Really go off every. Yeah i noticed they go off and maybe we have a tornado warning. 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"Best of" How to Be a Guest On Podcasts (In 2021)

The Art of Online Business

48:11 min | 9 months ago

"Best of" How to Be a Guest On Podcasts (In 2021)

"Well we did it. What has felt like seventeen years and one year has finally come to a close and we are into two thousand twenty one officially as of today. Happy new year my friend. Thank you so much for tuning back into the show here super super appreciate you as always make sure that you subscribe to this podcast here so that you don't miss any of the two weekly episodes that we put out here on the show now. Today's episode is a best of episode. And it is a best-of for a really really good reason this episode that ran actually in january twenty twenty and it is absolutely relevant right now. Every single one of you should be having a podcast. You should all have podcasts. Regardless of what nature in it is one of the best mediums to be building an audience creating awareness around what you who you are and what you do positioning all that stuff right. Great way to sell your programs spilled your audience cetera. I've been doing this now for seven years and it is the most fun i have in my business besides Well it is the most. When i have a love doing this podcast and one of the best ways for you to grow your podcast and also to expand your business. Overall through exposure positioning authority building etc is to be a guest on other podcasts. And so that's what this episode is all about sharing with you a bunch of different strategies for us to get on other podcasts. So to my advice for you. I've got a really great lineup here included in this episode. You're gonna hear from pat. Flynn from smart passive income. John lee miss from eofire.com. James webb more. Any porterfield janika -ture tarzan k. And julie solomon all of whom have amazing audiences and and they share what they think are the best ways to get on other podcasts. And many of them have huge podcasts. So great advice coming your way. This was one of the most highly downloaded episodes of the year in two thousand twenty. Which is why. I want to kick off this new year with this episode for you so before we dive into it though. If you're an online course creator maybe a membership or you're an online coach and you're looking to optimize you're looking to scale your business towards six or seven figures then you need to join us inside our free facebook group community. This is called the optimized. Ceo facebook group community. It is off the hook. It's so much fun. We started this in the fall of twenty twenty. It's been so much fun So if that describes you and you want to be part of amazing community live trainings in there and so forth Go to rick. Mal ready dot com slash group rick mower dot com slash group. It's called the optimized ceo face booker. We will see you inside that group without further ado. let's cue the music and get right into this episode. Welcome to the art of online business. Podcast my name is rik mall ready. And i'm an online business coach facebook and instagram ads. Expert lifestyle entrepreneur and a total coffee snob as well. each week. Actionable strategies. Mindsets and tips take the guesswork out of growing and scaling profitable online business. So that you can truly become an entrepreneur with impact. This podcast is your secret weapon for fast tracking the growth of your online business. Let's do this. Welcome back to the podcast. Rick morty here thank you so much for coming in hainault today super appreciated that today. One a dive into a topic. That is a man so excited about this. It's such a critical piece of growing your online business. If you're looking to grow your brand if you're looking to position yourself as a thought leader in your space not to mention. Grow your mls and sell more of your stuff whether it's courses whether it's a membership program whether it's coaching master. Whatever it is one of the very best ways to do all. Those things is to be a guest on podcasts. Even better if you have your own podcast which i talked about back on december twentieth in my episode entitled. This was a quick tip episode. It was the seven areas of your business to focus on in twenty twenty. If you've not yet heard that episode deathly don't miss that episode and if you are a podcast her one of the e very best ways to grow your own. Podcast is to be on other podcasts. Okay podcasting is still very much in its infancy and it's really ready to explode. Check this out. there are over. Eight hundred thousand podcasts. Now that sounds like a lot right. Put this in perspective. There are over six hundred million blogs in the world today out of over one point. Seven billion with a b. websites. So when you put that in perspective eight hundred thousand podcasts. Little over eight hundred thousand podcasts. But over six hundred million blogs and over one point seven billion websites podcasting pales right now in comparison to that and here in twenty twenty as we go forward here this talk that platforms like youtube and facebook and twitter are going to get into the podcast distribution game and if that happens it's only going to accelerate the growth of podcast listenership and engagement so as an online expert. One of the best things that you can do for your business again besides have your own. Podcast is to be a guest on other podcasts. But how do you go about getting on podcasts. And i hear excuses from people all the time like. I'm not big enough for. I have nothing to offer someone else's audience or who might be on their podcast or. I don't know how to get on other people's podcasts. Look let me tell you my friend. You all have unique gifts to share with the world and if you're playing small in your business and hiding behind your laptop all those people out there who are desperately looking for your help aren't going to get it and they're gonna continue to suffer and so you gotta put yourself out there playing a bigger game in your business and one amazing way to do. It is to get on other podcasts. And so today. We're going to dispel this whole excuse of. I don't know how to get on other podcasts. right. And i'm gonna give you the blueprint for growing your brand growing your positioning and your business. You how to get on other podcasts. In addition to my own tips and strategies. I've also asked some friends of mine to join me on the show here today. To share their expertise and tips for how they recommend getting podcast. And i think you're going to know who these people are. You're going to hear today from. Pat flynn john lee dumas james webb more tarzan k. Amy porterfield jenna. Katcher and julie salamon. So i take you through my thoughts. We're going to jump into each one of their tips and strategies. Sound good so let's dive in here. Are my tips first and foremost always always always always lead with value. Okay you're going to hear this theme throughout everyone's tips here. Today you got to lead with value. I cannot stress. That enough podcasters can see right through when you are reaching out with an agenda. Like if you're trying to build your list or promote a product or launcher something you have to lead with serving that person's audience. Okay not with asking someone to do you a favour especially if you don't know them you have to lead with how you're gonna be able to serve their audience in the unique way that you were able because the benefits of being on their show will come as a result of you simply showing up an adding a ton of value to that person's audience you should not be reaching out to people who are podcasters. You've never listened to the podcast if you've identified a particular podcast as one. That has the audience that you want to serve. And you've never listened to that show. You should not be reaching out until you've actually listened to some episodes and don't look at the most recent episode title and say something generic about how much you liked that one and that really resonated with you again. Podcasters can see right through that stuff. I can't tell you. How many pitches i get like that. That are just super generic pitches that call me a different name. He can tell the people just cut and paste and get called mark or tom or whatever. It's like really like like just have some diligence in in how you do this. You've got to listen to that. Podcast i don't mean like every episode. At least listen to some of the episodes you get a sense of who. The audience is how that podcasts. Or is serving their audience. Right where are the gaps may be in the information that is being provided on the audience that you could add to okay so don't be reaching out if you'd never listen that podcast. That drives me crazy when i get people pitching like that. I get that all time. Okay now obviously. If there's a podcast or who has a big show who you could connect with. That's awesome but don't discount. Smaller shows to these micro audiences. Let's call them. Tend to be super loyal to the host or hosts and they can be phenomenal shows to get on and add value to their audience. I think in two thousand twenty here. You're gonna see a huge growth in sort of the micro targeted if you will podcasts. And again those audiences tend to be really loyal and just great audiences to get in front of if that matches up with who you wanna serve and your ideal audiences don't discount the smaller shows with these quote unquote micro audiences as they like to call them and so with that said. How do you find podcast to be on. And you're going to hear a great strategy from john lee dumas so i'm not going to steal his thunder but what i will say for me. One of the best strategies to get another. Podcasts is through a connection. Is there someone that you know who could introduce you to the host. Or if not through a formal introduction maybe getting permission from the mutual friend for you to use their name when you reach out okay. So for example. Shanty zachariah anti zach. I she's been on this podcast two different times. I met her originally. I spoke at cure. Hugs mastermind. i want to see an early on. Was that sometime. In two thousand eighteen. And i met shanti. Their anti was was a member of the masterminds and she was there and i chatted with her for just a minute just met her and she later reached out with a pitch to be on the podcast. And i'm going to read that to you. Here's a second. It was one of the best pitchers. I've ever gotten and not only did she. End up on the podcast. Talking about quizzes. I also had are back on to talk about how she launched her quiz program but i also hired her to be my copyright for over a year and then all stemmed from just a mutual connection in cura-cures one of my very good friends and i met shanti cures event. So here's the email that shanti sent to me she said. Hey rick i just want to start by thanking you for making facebook ads so approachable whenever folks asked me how to learn the ins and outs i always point them to you. I also think is pretty cool that you listen. To abraham and esther hicks by the way the subject line said kira sent me to talk. Quizzes plus podcasts. Plus compliments galore. That was the subject line in and that was the first threat. Then she said. I'm kira hugs mastermind group and she recommended reaching out to you. I'd love to share some insights with your audience about why quizzes convert so well with facebook ads and the psychological reasons behind why that is. I have a specific process. That's created killer results like these ten thousand new leads just a five hundred dollar ad spin in organic traffic in one month average conversion rates over fifty percent and then she just went unlisted. Three more bullet points of how her process has created great results and then she says here the part of the process. I'd like to focus on the psychology behind. Why quizzes work so well and social media and why. They're one of the best ways to build your email list number to the research aspect of creating a quiz that connects to your target audience conveys expertise and keeps people. Wanting more basically she listed out one two three four five six seven bullet points about the parts of the process that she liked to focus on in adding value to all of you. And then she finished. She said i promise you three things number one. I won't bore you or your audience. Fun and charming pinky. Promise number two everything. I shares from my direct experience. Creating quizzes for my clients number three. I know that your audience will gain massive value from everything i share or i wouldn't have pitch you whether or not a good fit. I wish you continued success. And i want to extend the genuine not my appreciation for all that you do mad respect and gratitude that my friends is the email that shanti said. Now what got me it up right away obviously is the subject. Line curious at me to talk quizzes. Plus podcast plus compliments galore. So i'm going to open that up right now. Even if there wasn't the referral by kira i would have opened this e mail up and read it and this is one of the like i said. This is one of the best pitches that i've gotten because she's not talking about how this benefits her or why she wants to do it. She just saying. I love to share some insights with your audience about why quizzes converts so well with facebook ads and the psychological reasons behind why that is and so she's leading with value. And then you list out. A bunch of great bullet points about the value that she can provide to all of you and then i love the bottom part. She says i promise you. Three things won't be boring all that stuff and so and then she finishes whether or not a good fit. I wish you continued success. And i wanted to extend the genuine thank you. So it's a soft pitch okay again. One of the best pitch emails. I've ever gotten in addition to going through a connection. Another great way to get another podcast is to show people show podcasters how you've used what they teach and gotten results. Everyone loves to share case studies meaning podcasters business owners. We all love to share case studies. And i've had lots of guests here on this show who are students of mine who reach out and let me know about how they got those amazing results from like my foundations as program for example. I also have. I like to feature my accelerator mastermind. Students always i tell them right in front and say look. I want you to be a case. Study on the podcast to tell them from day one but if you do that and your goal is to get on that person's podcast make sure that it's a soft pitch and i just shared an example from shanties email. You know you could say something. Like maybe sharing how i got. These results might also help others in your audience. And that makes me wanna feature my students on the show because it makes a great case study and i also know the exposure of there being on the show. Here will help them. So if you've gotten results from if you take an action on what you've learned from somebody who has a podcast for example they love to hear that share. Those results share those results with them. We all love to hear how we've all helped students so don't be afraid to share and lead with that kind of story. Okay another thing. I am personally not a fan of having somebody reach out on your behalf. Unless that's the mutual connection that you have. That's that's a. that's a caveat. They're having somebody on your team reach out or hiring somebody to do it for you. You know i'm sorry to say this. But there's people out there who do like you know podcast introductions and stuff like that. I personally am not a fan at all. Unless i know the person who is reaching out on that person's behalf that all feels very impersonal to me and it's not something i personally recommend doing again unless that person has a personal connection to the host. If you wanna be on somebody show take the initiative and do the work you know. Don't let somebody else do it for you. I just feel like that's such an impersonal way to go about it. If you want to be on a show you do the work and you reach out yourself okay. Another strategy instagram. Dm video can be a great strategy for reaching out to podcasters and pitching yourself. It shows that you're going above and beyond the standard email right and it also. Lets the person that you're sending the video to see your personality. I've gotten some pretty cool pitches. I haven't had anybody on the show that way. However i did watch the video and i was very intrigued and after a little research decided that it wasn't the best fit however instagram. Dm recording video can be a great strategy for standing out from the pack if you will and reaching out to podcasters end in pitching yourself. Okay so those are my thoughts. Those are my strategies and notice. I didn't tell you. You know tactically how to find other podcasts out there to be on well so my guess that i'm about to share with you right now. Do take you through that. So i didn't want to steal their thunder. But i follow and very much believe in how i teach and also how i teach my students how to get on podcast specifically my accelerator mastermind students these strategy. You're about to hear. I just want to anybody's thunder and i think the tips that you're about to hear from my guests are amazing and are just going to add to this episode. So let me just recap what. I've just taking through as far as my thoughts okay. Number one first and foremost always always always lead with value. Do not lead with asking for something always lead with how you can serve their audience. Okay number two. You should not be reaching out if you've never listened to that podcast. If you want to reach out you better have listened to some episodes. And i don't mean the most recent episode and then say something generic because that happens all the time so make sure that you listen to some episodes and be thinking about how are there gaps in what's being shared and how you can bring unique value to their audience so ledin value number one. Don't forget about the smaller. Podcast these micro audiences as i like to call them. They tend to be super loyal to the host or hosts and they can be great shows to get on and add value to their audience. Which will help you again. Build your brand build your awareness your thought leadership your positioning and thus as a result again grow your mls sell more stuff etc. Okay as far as getting on other shows look first and foremost for a connection. Is there someone that you know who could introduce you to the host. Or if not through a formal introduction from that person get permission from them for you. Use their name. When you reach out to the podcast and i share with you shanties email for example and how great that was another way is when you reach out to share the results that you've gotten as a result of what you've learned from that podcast podcasters always love to hear case that he's in share case studies on their shows. Okay and then finally don't have somebody else reach out on your behalf. Do the work yourself. Make it personal coming from you. I feel like it's very impersonal. When you have somebody else reach out for you and finally. Dm video can be a great strategy for reaching out to podcasters pitching yourself. Okay so those are my tips. Those are my thoughts. Those are my strategies that i teach and also i like to use for myself in my own business. Now i want you to hear from my friends. Pat flynn john lee dumas james whitmore. We porterfield johnny tarzan k. And julie salamon and we're gonna kick things off with pat flynn for those. Who don't pat pat is the host of the smart passive income podcast and also the ask pat podcast. Definitely check those two podcasts out and you can also make sure to follow him on instagram. At pat flynn again. I'm going to link all these podcasts. And everybody's instagram handles up on the show notes for today's episode. But right now. let's hear from pat. Flynn hey what's up. It's pat flynn from these passive income. Podcast here the best advice i could give. You is no matter how you reach out to this podcast host whether it's email or better yet a video or a recommendation from a friend. You need to know more than anything. How you can provide value to that person's audience. How can you be not a competitor but complementary. What is your superpower your unique story. You're unique trait your unique abilities that this person does not have themselves that they would be welcome to have you on your show for for example. Let's say that. I am somebody who's trying to get on a dog training podcast. It wouldn't work if i said. Hey i have a dog training. Podcast too or i have a dog trading blog. I'd love to be on your doug joining podcast better yet. I should say hi. I m a dog trainer who specializes in training very aggressive dogs. I've noticed that you haven't had anybody talk on this topic yet. And if you'd like i'd love to bring that subject matter expertise to your audience for you. Because i know there's probably people in your audience who will eventually have or if not already have a very aggressive dog and could use my help. Our are okay. Now you're gonna hear from my good buddy jail d. John lee dumas from entrepreneurs on fire. Deathly check his podcast out. Make sure by the way that year subscribing and leaving a rating review for for all these podcasts. for that. you're hearing podcasters. Today he is at john lee dumas on instagram. And i'd love for you to reach out to all these people and let them know how much you appreciate them. Sharing their tips. Here on the podcast. So let's right. Now here from john lee dumas yoyo. John lee dumas the founder and host of entrepreneurs on fire heater. Drop a little audrey response for rick. I'm already on how to become a guest on other people's podcasts. For me it's pretty simple. I would go to apple. Podcast and i was sort by category of the actual podcasts. I wanna be a guest on. Then i would list out the top fifty to one hundred then i would go to work. I was studying each and every podcast looking at their most recent ten episodes as well as listen to one episode then i was simply compose an email to the host of that show and it will look a little something like this. I'd say. Hey rick johnny here. I was checking out your show and i specifically loved this episode. Where you talked about xyz. I see that over the last ten episode. You've been talking about these different topics. And themes. And i would love to come on as a guest on your podcast. Because i believe. I can bring something different to your listeners. I can talk about these three different topics that you haven't touch upon recently and here's a proposed title. Here's some proposed as well. Because i want to make this easier for you. And oh by the way. I have a podcast. So i know the power of sharing podcasts. When they go live as a gas so you should definitely believe when my episode goes live on your show. I'm going to share with my entire audience and make sure that everybody knows that. This is a must listen to podcasts. And i would rinse repeat that ten twenty fifty one hundred times however many podcasts found the you want to be a guest on and when you do it in that personalized and very specific manner. You're going to get a great response rate so rick. Thanks let me drop in here on the audio side of things. Hope everybody's fired up for a great twenty twenty. I'll catch you on the flip side. Hey my friend wanted to jump in here really quick and invite you into my new optimize ceo. Facebook group community. This is a free facebook community. This is exclusively for online. Course graders maybe you have a membership program or you're an online coach and you have a coaching program. And you want to optimize your business towards six or seven figures. If that's you you need to be in the optimized ceo. Facebook group community. We do trainings in there. I'm answering questions. And it's just an amazing community of people helping each other just like you. So if you want to join rick mall ready dot com forward slash group malraux dot com forward slash group. Join us inside the optimize. Ceo facebook group community. All right. let's get back to the show. Okay now we're gonna hear from one of my original mentors james whitmore he's the host of the mind. Your business podcast. That is a must. Listen my friends definitely. Check that podcast. You can also follow him on instagram. He's at james webb more. Let's jump into to hear what james has to say. Hi there my name. Is james weltman the host the mind. Your business podcast. I've run this podcast about four years now over three hundred episodes and just over four point two million downloads and mr moretti himself asked me to come on and share on a fantastic topic That i'm really excited about which is tips and strategies for had again on other people's podcasts. And i love this topic for one reason and one reason only it's when we look at the growth of our podcast we can directly attributed to maybe not other great shows. Whenever i'm on somebody else's show bam lead a huge spike in downloads and listeners and engagement all that type of stuff and if you have a podcast getting on other people's podcasts is going to be a strategy that you want to pay close attention to but how do you do it. Now that i've had show for four years there's so many people constantly pitching themselves. And i quickly easily say no to so many of them in. Here's why when you think of any great. Show any great podcasts. It is great for one reason. One reason only right here. That hosts cares about their audience. They care about their listeners and because they care so much about their listeners they provide amazing value great content and great guests yet one of the biggest mistakes that most entrepreneurs make when they're pitching themselves on somebody else's podcast is they have an agenda is all about them. I've seen it firsthand. People come to me and say hey. I have a launch coming up. Have a book coming up. Hey i've got this thing. will you use. Can i use an leverage your platform to grow my business. A great host sees right through that even when you fail it even when you try and be sneaky. You're not be sneaky. They're smaller than that. Stop doing that. So when you come to the conversation first and foremost by specifically communicating and conveying how you can provide extraordinary value. that's relevant and helpful to their audience. And how that is going to help them. Increase their show. You know the feedback. The the reviews the shares the downloads. Then you're onto something. Yes have a relationship build a relationship an authentic real connection with hosts you know get into their. Dm's reach out to them a few times. That type of stuff is so important but the conversation about getting on the show needs to be about the listener. I okay james out bam all right next up. This is my very good friend. Amy porterfield from the online marketing. Made easy podcast. So many be listened to my show. No who is definitely. If you're not already listened to amy's podcast online marketing main easy. It's an amazing podcast and make sure also that you're following her on instagram. At amy porterfield. Okay let's hear from amy. Hey there any porterfield here. From amy porterfield dot com and. I wanted to take you behind the scenes of my own podcast online. Marquee made easy. And tell you how. I choose the guest for my podcast. So here's the thing. I do a lot of solo shows. So there's very few episodes that are free for guests to come on my show so we have to be really particular on who we invite onto the podcast so with that when we have somebody who approaches us that we do not know and they wanna be on my podcast. There are two things that we look out for number one. We wanna make sure that the person pitching us knows my podcast. Well they listen to it. They are a fan of the podcast. They know what i talk about on the regular and they really understand who my audiences. So they've done their homework. Not just for thirty minutes but they actually are an avid listener. So they understand the flow of my podcast. They understand what i like to talk about. They understand who my audience is in what they truly need. And that typically comes out in the first few sentences of that pitch email we know right away if they get us or if they don't the second thing we look for is a well thought out really short outline and a creative idea that was put together just for our podcast and so the people that we invite on our podcast they typically will approach us and say look. I knew your podcast. Well i knew who your audience is. I know what resonates on your podcast. The most and i came up with this short outline that. I wanted to run by you because i think this mini training would do really well for your audience and then boom they just lay it out and typically it's very detailed and specific but right to the point so what we're looking for somebody who are podcast knows who are audiences and they've come up with an idea for our podcast based on the knowledge of who we serve and what works on our podcast already so this takes a little time. It's not like they've just listened to one episode in they've put together the email they actually are involved in our podcast. They enjoy listening to it and they know they can offer value. Those are the pitches that typically get our attention. So i hope this little look behind the scenes was valuable to you and good luck on getting on some of those really good podcasts. Take care okay. Next step is jessica of jennifer several years now and it's been so awesome watching her rise. I mean she's built an amazing business in. It's been so fun. And jenna is just a brilliant entrepreneur in great person. She's the host of the gold digger. Podcast and make sure to follow jenna on instagram at jena. Katcher j. e. n. a. k. u. t. c. h. e. r. Let's hear from jeddah. Hi i'm jennifer. And i'm the host of the gold digger podcast in as the of a popular podcast. We get tons and tons of pitches every single day. Trust me when i say i've seen good pitches and i've seen terrible pitches if you're looking to get on someone else's podcast one of the best things that you can do is to lead with. What's in it for them. A lotta times pitches come across as someone just trying to market themselves and get access to your audience but the ones that i actually notice and pay attention to are the ones that show that they care that they're ready to serve my audience that they have something unique to offer. Those wins totally. Catch my attention. One of the best ways that you can present a pitch is using the hook story and close method. I learned this from my business coach. Dean ghazi so what you do is you have a hook. The hook could either be in the subject of the email or the first line and you really want to get your reader interested in what you're about to say. Statistics work really. Well here you can. Maybe share an interesting fact that the host might not know. Then you want to lead into a short story share a little bit of your experience. Likely your personal experience has led you to where you are today. The has to do with the topic. You my friend are an expert in when you share that personal story it shows the host that you have something to offer beyond just tangible. You have a captivating story that maybe your listeners will see themselves in and then you want to close and i would tell you to do a gentle close. You don't wanna come at people hard. Sometimes it drives me crazy when people are like. Click here to schedule. My interviewing mike wade is again. Like the ball's in my court in so you want to have gentle close where you just allow them to ask clarifying questions. Follow up and hopefully book an interview when you approach going on other podcasts. With the mentality of what's in it for them a totally shifts the dynamic and it allows you to serve an audience in a beautiful way and hopefully get onto many more shows. Okay next up. Let's hear from tarzan. If you would ask me. Rick who is one person that blast onto the scene. If you will in two thousand nine hundred ninety. I would say as turns in and i got to know tarzan a little bit in early. Two thousand nineteen because she reached out and pitched herself to be on this podcast and she was on and i'm going to have her back on. And that was one of the more engaged with in downloaded episodes that we've done on the podcast in two thousand nineteen super super smart entrepreneur. Really really smart when it comes to copywriting and launching and just having an amazingly engaged email list. And if you've not heard tarzan's episode here on the show. Make sure that you do that and follow her instagram at tarzan underscore k. k. a. y. at tarzan underscore k okay. Let's hear from cars in right now. i'm k. an email marketing expert. And i've been lucky enough to get interviewed on this very podcast. As well as podcast with john lee dumas janika cushier lots of big heavy hitters. And i've got some great tips to share. So the main thing i want to share with you is go out of your way to really stand out and that might look different for everyone but some of the ways i have stood out is with a different subject line so i never put podcast pitch in the subject line because i know whoever's on the receiving end of that email probably gets that in the subject line like eight times a day and i wanna stand out so silly or different in the subject line. Another thing i've done to stand out. I did a mockup of the podcast app. And i filled it all out with the name of the podcast and the description. It was really funny and cute. And the person on the receiving end of that pitch said. Thanks for new life to my inbox. Filled with run of the mill pitches. So i know this is a problem and it's really fun. If you can do something to stand out you could try snail mail or something else. That's really exciting to you. And that's going to be different from what everyone else is sending. Of course you wanna have a great pitch and that means you want to come up with a title like that eliminates a lot of work for the person on the other and a title and maybe a few solid bullet points that takes care of the outline as well. So i also make sure to tell the person who's receiving the pitch how i'm going to be a great podcast guest so if i plan to email my last. I am going to say that joe. How email my list x. Number of people about this podcast. Sometimes i'll even email my list. Two or three times. I also will tell them about the story i'm going to do and maybe i'll even do a mockup of it. In some cases. I've even offered to do a content upgrade for the host so that the podcast is actually a list builder for them instead of me. And that's really rare so in. This scenario is such an awesome thing to get featured in front of someone else's audience whether or not they opt into my list. I know there's going to be huge benefit. So i always want to make sure for the other person. There's going to be huge benefit for them so make sure you stand out and your podcast. Pitch doesn't look like everyone else's and also make sure you show up like a really great podcast guest. That's tips. i'm tarzan. I know if you use them you're gonna get featured on some big podcast okay and finally. Let's hear from my good friend. Julie salamon julie is the host of the influence or podcast amazing podcast. Julius such a person. And i've gotten to know her over twenty nineteen and just one of the nicest people and smart people that i know. Make sure to follow juliane instagram. As well at jewels. Solomon it's at j. l. s. s. l. o. m. o. n. At jewels a solomon again. Her podcast the influence or podcast. Let's hear from julia solomon right now. Hi rick in high everyone. It is so great to be back with you guys and we are talking about something today that i personally know a lot about and that i personally am kind of passionate about given my background. As a publicist so before i got into this world of online education and online training and business coaching. I was a publicist for over ten years. And that is really where i learned and honed and crafted. The skill set is pitching yourself. Things like media like podcasts. So i have a couple of tips in hacks that i want to share with you guys today and i want to start off with what i think is done really well and i actually want to share a story of how one awesome guests that we had on the influence or podcast essentially got us intrigued to have him on so he actually sent in a video about what he loved about our podcast about the message about the impact that we get he specifically mentioned episodes that really call to him and why they called him and how they helped him got really specific so we knew that he was an actual listener of the podcast or he at least listened enough. Get this video pitch going but what he did at the end. Which i love. Does he talked about how he wanted to serve our audience in gave us three to five specific things that he wanted to come on and share the influence or podcast to really impact conserve our listeners. So there were a few things here that i thought really stuck out one the fact that he did his homework which is one of the biggest pitch tips. I give anyone. You have to really know who you're pitching what it is that they cover what it is that they talk about. What is it that they do. So whether you're pitching a podcast or even a media outlet this goes for any kind of stuff you gotta make sure that you're really speaking the language of the person that you're pitching so for example. If i am a but say a chef right. I wanna go on and talk about you. Know growing my chef business. I may not pitch a mommy. Podcast about going on right because it's not gonna audience so i really loved that. He did his homework. I also love that. He came to the table with three to five things he wanted to share because he kind of allowed think of it as like the silver platter so to speak right. He gave me three to five different options that i could then decide. Okay what do i think will be the best fit for the audience based off of these three to five things that he gave us. He really did the extra step by letting us know the things that he could talk about. The he really thought serve our audience and finally what. I think that he did awesome. Which was really taking that next step. Is he sending a video now for podcasting. I like this for a couple of reasons. One it really showcases the personality of the potential guest to it also allows you to hear their voice. Which as you guys know in podcast is really important. This actually used to work well. Whenever i did pr. I would recommend authors and people that i worked with descendant videos whenever they would want to get on. Let's say good morning. America or even their local television station because the producers are going to see how you look like on tv. They're going to want to hear your dictation. They're gonna want to see your body language all of that kind of stuff. So i love the. He did video. That really showcased. His personality is showcased his ability to be confident so to speak and talking about this. And it really showed how articulate. He was so i really loved that. And i think that that's what made him stand out the fact that i got a video point. I don't think i had ever gotten a pitch video. And i actually don't think that i've gotten one sense. We usually just get email so it did really make him stick out among the saturation. Now a couple of things. I would say are pitch knows when you go to try to place yourself on a podcast is do not mass pitch meaning do not have the same pitch that you just it out to. Everyone also never send a group pitch in. Bcc everyone and say hey at the beginning of the email make sure to personalize it. Just take that extra little step and then the other thing that i would say would be a big. No no is. Don't write a novel. You know like good three to five sentences about who you are how you serve. You know what it is that you do how that's going to serve the audience of that podcast and what you hope to help us with again. Three to five things you think would be useful one paragraph tops. Do not attach anything. I do not need to see your media kid. I do not need to see a ton of other things you've done if you want to hyperlink stuff in there. That's totally cool. That way i can go to your wikipedia page or i can go to your website or maybe i can go to your facebook or instagram. But don't overload knee with all of that stuff on the front end. Keep it short. Keep it sweet three to five sentences. No attachments hyperlink and you will be good to go so i hope this is helpful. Thanks so much for having me on you know. I could talk about this stuff all day. So i'm going to pop off. And i hope this was helpful for all of you guys and good luck pitching boom there. You have it my friends. You've just heard exactly how to get on other podcasts. Here in twenty twenty. Don't just listen this episode. Take action on what you've heard today. You've heard some amazing tips and strategies from brilliant online entrepreneurs many of whom are podcasters obviously and have huge podcasts and they get pitches all the time as you heard and so take action. It's one thing to listen to this episode or everything here on the on the podcast here. But i ain't taking action because this stuff is going to grow your business this stuff can allow you to have a bigger impact and as a result more freedom your business in more revenue coming in so take action on what you learn here today to get on other podcasts. Okay please also share this episode with other people that you think would benefit from knowing how to get on other podcasts. If you're listening on your phone right now whatever. Whatever podcast app you're listening to. They have share buttons right. There shared on a picture even better take a picture on instagram stories. Tag me at rick mull ready and shared on instagram stories. Let people know that this is going to be super helpful for them. They're super appreciate you doing that. And listen the show and again reach out to everybody you just heard from and let them know how much appreciate the tip. They shared here at the art of online business. Podcast and guide before we go. Don't forget tuesday. January twenty first at nine. Am pacific time. I'm doing a brand new facebook instagram ad ad targeting workshop how to attract and get in front of your exact target audience on facebook and instagram. This is a brand new training. I've never done before. And i'm going to go deep. I'm going to do about two hour workshop on this even if you can't make it live go ahead and register for this training because i'm gonna be bringing it for you talking all about targeting facebook and instagram targeting. We're talking about coal. Traffic targeting warm traffic targeting ideal audience size is how to group target audiences together. When you're setting up your ads ideal. Customer avatars and why. They're not enough when it comes to ads researching target audiences all that stuff. I'm gonna be diving into it during this brand new live ad targeting workshop. You can register at rick already. Dot com forward slash targeting workshop against brick more dot com forward slash targeting workshop. Okay my friends. Thank you so much again for listening to this episode and for tuning in and subscribing the podcast. See that you do not miss any episode. That i do here in the show coming up next a quick tip episode coming away so until then my friends thank you so much for listening to the show. Appreciate it and i'll see you right back here for the next episode of the art of online business podcasts.

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"Take. Respected podcast insult today. We have cigarette Kim takeaways from the podcast events. Man. Let me tell you. I would love Batty. Give me all the big pet Blinn? Johnny doumas. To base. I think then we'll have heard of. But a learn a lot here. Some of the takeaways that I got from this episode, your emails, you definitely want to have links as a, hey, here's my podcast your social media. Of course, that's obvious. The length of your episodes doesn't really matter it just based on what your audience wants some audiences. Just enjoy a twenty minute ride to work. I got an done some people like myself enjoy the long hour hour and a half shows and just break it up into different car rides. I just what they want. So if somebody who doesn't only wants podcast navy. They're like the little mini of that. You know? I mean, that'd be big good fit for them before. Shortly. One of the things you can do ads social proof to your episodes. And I haven't really done that much in the past by like podiatrists series, which is episode one hundred nineteen through about one hundred twelve. Four in episode one hundred I have some testimonials from a past gets who said mice things about me or about the show. They thought about it. So like on episode one hundred all of them on their big number for podcasts the route. So that's the first part of that sowed what took those again in broke him up into each episode of the podcast series. And just you know, kinda give it all social proof. If I get more testimonials in reviews on apple podcast podcasts. Spotify all that. You know, try to read it because it's the social proof. People listening is helping you know that type thing. And of course, you're gonna do Facebook ads you might do care sale ad where each one is different image in wording. If I had a crew, I'm sure I could take all this thirty seconds of the podcast was really good and put that as a clip, and then, but that as a clip on all all six of them four of them ever many. You wanna do your advertising, but I series, for instance? No, each person could have different picture, you can rotate them. You might get better response on yet on ads, especially if you're targeting, so this is the piece that I'm saying like a month ago, really wish I would have had a lot more of these Minnesota's ready to go because so much I learned from social media marketing buffer perpetual traffic, so anyway, opium join these reach out on social media. Let's start a conversation reference to the number many. So that you like, and let's talk another some background noise on these recording them in the office trying to get rid of some of that extra noise. If I can I will say this. I was going to record these at had about five or six done while I was working out. I was walking by a fountain and the microphone that I had was picking up so much noise. So I'm trying this new one rodale Avelar someone carry this around whenever I'm listening to podcast in walkie. Our record a couple and just see how the quality sounds of that. And if I can remove. It hopefully that'll work. I won't have to re record in the studio gets like five hundred. Well, so we'll just but I know knowing it's not good anyway. But I got this. That's what I got today. You just went hashtag behind the curtain just interest. Claire.

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The Amazing MVP Race

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00:00 sec | 2 years ago

The Amazing MVP Race

"Basketball season is in full swing. This is when things start to get interesting and the true contender start to outperform the rest. Goodyear knows all about being more driven to working hard for you each and every day outperforming the road at every turn let Goodyear dot com. Help you choose. What's best? Hello and welcome to the hoop collective podcast. We talked about the NBA joining us today from Memphis, Tennessee is our warriors man on the beat Nick fr- Dell. Or will this be Andrew Han? Let's see if you can tell at home. How's it going? I wonder if that was Andrew high on. Well, I guess we'll find out joining us from Portland Oregon where he is working on covering the blazers instead of his normal. Okay. See thunder beat actually the irony is the thunder are in Memphis with Nick. And Royce is in Portland where the nets play the lasers tonight. It's Royce young Royce. Hope the newborn is doing. Well, thank you for joining us. The newborn is doing terrifically. Well, Brian, I am very Portland. Blazers are fun to around Portland is a great town. And especially when the sun is out. So. I'm an L A where today I had a very robust to use a favourite NBA word robust conversation with Jason Kidd and Scottie Pippen, both on the jump and off the jump behind the scenes about where the MVP race is going. I hope I'm not outing anybody, but somebody reached out to do a straw straw poll to me yesterday because the tomorrow, the bucks are hosting the rockets, and so it's a perfect time to do a straw, hold. I've done these over the years where they basically reach out to likely VP voters, you give a vote you hope you get a Representative sample, and you basically release a poll like this guy's ahead or not and dies. I could not give an answer. I was probably in hardens. I was pro harden at all-star break not that. I. You should have your mind made up by then I am no longer there. Despite the fact that harden has been great the last week or so Nick if you were asked in that poll right now, do you would you have an answer. I lean harden right now, I would give him my vote of which I do not have this year, but Janas is going to win one. How do you know the votes haven't gone out yet? Well, so maybe I do have one you never know. But Jaanus is going to win one. It might happen. This year. It's a very close race. But for me hardened kept that team alive and kicking for. Too long of a stretch the numbers he's putting up and continues to put up our incredible. And I would just I would give him the benefit of the doubt knowing what he already accomplished last year knowing that without him on that team as great as Jaanus has been and will continue to be hardened to me is a cut above at the moment. Royce if you had to make a vote today in a straw poll. Non-binding it would be. I think I would vote. I think I would vote you on us. And it's it's it's like, you're fifty one forty nine. I feel like one way or the kind of not really fair. This is what happens it's kind of not fair to like knock the other guy. I know, of course, one does everybody. Yeah. Everybody just assumes. You just hate the other guy. You've got some issue with the other guy or whatever it might mean. But what it is Brian? It's like it's such a contextual conversation about MVP. And it's very contrasting. Right. So like hardens got a lot more of the narrative. I think in you've talked a lot about how MVP's are built on narratives, and that's hard really accident. Maybe the fact that he wanted last year, which maybe there's a little element of voter for fatigue. But he's got the Knicks said, you know, with with what the rockets went through with the immense scoring and just kind of what we visualize. I think in MVP to be which is putting the team on your back metaphorically. Speaking James harden has done. That Janas has really kind of just been doing that. And and what's what separates meat for it to me. And I think Tom average Joe might have been the one that tweeted this or somebody did I don't remember. I wish I could remember who to give credit for. But it was about double digit wins this year, and the bucks are so far and beyond every other team in the NBA in double digit wins. And so it's like it's like one of these things it's kind of similar a little bit to the Westbrook harden debate in in what we've had was some past in VP debates, which is like do you want the dominant team the team? That's just just rolling over everybody and has the best net rating in the league and Yana sits fourth quarters, and he doesn't need these like MVP Heisman moments or do you want? That's like putting the team on his back. Waning thing. And so I don't know where Royce right? So here's the here's the staff of average tro. So this is number of wins by ten plus points. The bucks have forty to forty two wins by ten plus points out of their fifty five. They've won fifty five total games. Right. So second place is tied by the way, the one team makes sense Golden State Knicks team the other team that was tied with twenty nine which so thirteen fewer is the jazz. And the only thing I can think about that is is that sometimes teams roll into Salt Lake on a back to back or they're just not having a good night, and they just fold up shop because you know, the jazz kick teams butts at home, although they have been losing some games recently that my opinion I had him chalked up two wins. But and then Toronto has twenty eight so try to Twenty-eight warriors and jazz at twenty nine the walk at forty two. So you can't have a game changing three pointer. Or three point play. If you're already out of the game in you know, what three quarters of your wins so far. Yeah. I I understand the statistics in the the numbers can especially in this argument, guys, they can go whatever direction you wanna make them to me. Hardens importance to that team. In those stretches was was just a little bit more important than Janas has been and Janas incredibly important. I spent a ton of time around the bucks last season. And I've watched from a distance this year, Janas unbelievable. But if you took harden off that rockets team for those couple months when they were going through the losses and Paul got hurt again. And they couldn't find their way that that rockets team wouldn't be close to where it is right now. And I I would say if you took Janas off the bucks while they certainly aren't close to the team they would be with Buddhist holder and the pieces that they do have in place on they would be in a better spot than the rockets would be but you're flipping the argument on its head. You're flipping the point on its head which Royce made which is that the fact that all these games your closest just an example of why he's so valuable. Right. Yeah. This is this is a problem. You can go down all these different avenues. And you eventually end up in this these same call to sex with these two guys. And so, you know, what you're not gonna say, Brian is, you know, this college football guy, you're a college football. This feels like the Heisman debate, doesn't it? It's like you got three guys Paul Georgia's kind of on the fringes. He's the Dwayne Haskins having a great year. Everybody understands that it's a great year. But he he's not gonna win. And then you've got Cuyler Murray. Who is James harden? It's like has to score every time he has the ball because he's got these various factors around him. And then you've got like the most complete player that's been sitting out fourth quarters and all this stuff, which is too which is Yana. So it's like I feel like if that same debate everybody had for Heisman is now in the NBA that makes sense because I like college football. Yes. Well, as long as you're you're going to extend that analogy, you know, you kind of their Murray, aka. Aka James harden, won it. So right. That's funny. So both kid and Scotty. Lenient honest now, Jason Kidd who practically raised the is as a player didn't vote for him that would have been some pricey. But nonetheless, I respect goes to the bias. There is pretty dim. To was Malcolm member. Yeah. So that's it's fair to point. Although I respect his his point is that though the way that you know, in the team setting that you need to win in a team setting. This just goes back to what Andrew and I discovered when we spent a couple of days interviewing people at all star weekend. Which is that the players don't seem to the players. I assume this goes to the officiating and just the style of play the players themselves. You know, there is there is a player's award. Based on my sampling. I would say that you honest is in the league for the players award. Because the players seem to really value at Janas. And those are the guys that are going up there and dealing with it. They seem to think that there's a little bit of sorcery going on with harden. But I mean, should he be penalized for that? I mean, even if we accept it. That's true that he plays an unattractive style that doesn't mean has mastery Addidas any less impressive. So I actually guys I don't know how I'm going to break the tie. I really don't. And I don't remember the last time. Yeah. Go ahead me ask you guys this since we all agree that narrative is such a huge part of this award in Royce, you laid it out as far as people believing that that harden is having this incredible season. And seems to have had that push for a couple of months. If James harden hadn't won the MVP award last year. Do we perceive anything of what's going on right now any differently hundred percent? I think I think that's an extremely fair point. Because just me. Personally, I feel I feel that way. And it's not fair. And it shouldn't matter at all. But the fact that it would be like, well, it feels like it's hardens turn, you know? I think that's the way that we would perceive it as a voter is that like okay now hardens been close. He's been close this this year. It's too much to deny it. He's he's the MVP. And now, I feel like people kind of lean that way about Jaanus is that James harden is last season's MVP. He's last year's news. And now it's like, it's Janas turn. And so I think I think that that is absolutely going to come into play. Yes, I agree. But shouldn't we in the media who have responsibility here, not worry about turns should try to value on this season? I don't know. I think we also shouldn't really care too much about narrative, but we kinda can't help it. I mean, we're we're human, and we like storylines, and and that stuff matters. Lebron's listen to this right now guys and he screamed. But the Derrick rose year and probably several other years, but that's the one that always stuck out to me because Derek had why you want to get LeBron heated start bringing up the two thousand eleven MVP up. Absolutely. It was an end. It was exactly what we're speaking about. Because Derek let a bull's team that hadn't had that much success and and played in almost every game and took them to a level, which they haven't been back since and LeBron when you go back through the numbers, and you see the impact he had had an incredible year. But it wasn't enough. Because that narrative was so strong. So the most difficult MVP vote. I think I've ever had was. Two thousand four two thousand five Steve Nash over shack, which is still a very controversial of. It was the first MVP that Steve Nash one. He ended up repeating the next year. I went with Nash because in two thousand four I'm pretty sure it was two thousand three four, but I should have had it in front of me. But. I have never seen the game. Played the way that the sons of were playing that year. I was blown away by the way, he changed the game and shacks numbers were awesome. And there are people who will really really be impassioned affiliate shack was robbed that year. I remember at the time. Dan Le Batard believed that the race played a role in the vote. I have no idea. Whether that was true. I did not agree with it. Then I don't think I agree with it now. And I think that it was the way the game has changed in the fact that he wanted the next year in my belief. I my vote for Nashes vindicated. Of course, I'm biased wanna believe. No, my vote was right. But regardless of that, I don't want to relitigate that this would that was the last, and I was way younger then really didn't know anything about the game. I was twenty six voting twenty five twenty six I'd like to think I learned a little bit about the game. And I'm trying to apply what I've learned about the game. And. Scotty Pippen has given some impassioned explanation for why he thinks that Yana should win it not against heartened. But just because of the doing in the team concept. I just don't know where I'm gonna come down on it. And I don't know what I'm gonna do for the tiebreaker. Another thing those guys were talking to me about this is kitchen, Oklahoma, home, Royce was. The trae young has been the better rookie that Luca Dodgeville last two months. And that award is retired. I mean, not retire. But his settled because trae young was not very good in October, November December but go back and look at the stats from February. I onward. Trey on his Ben performing better. And there are all kinds of circumstances in here. Luca's been banged up a little bit Lucas team traded away a bunch of players and has been quasi taking somewhat. Are you full on tanking? Whereas the hor- the hawks were sort of been Fito still playing to win. I am going to vote for Luca Donncha, which but trae young this is now conversation, especially because trae on just hit an awesome game winner where he beat me Butler off the dribble and flow to the ball over. Joel Embiid over the weekend. Trae young Royce has been pretty damn good. These lasts eight ten weeks. Do you think that that really affects the rookie of the year vote? I think he's gonna get some votes. And look it's like a vote I should probably recuse myself from if I do get a ballot because I'm I do love tray of no woman. He's a he's a great guy and washing plane high school and all that good stuff, but in terms of closing argument, like I guess that's the question though, Brian is that should the first month and a half Trump the final month and a half because look at loopholes rookie of the year, not rookie of the February March and April it's rookie of the year. And also not rookie of the October November December so and Luca was considerably better. But like look at Luke Luca lately, first of all the Mavs lost ten in a row. In in the month of March, which and they just beat the warriors. But Luca, you know, he's in twenty one and a half in March. But he's shooting thirty eight percent from the field. Thirty eight point three percent from the field and twenty four from three. Don't look at the foul line either Zeti good either. Yes. Sixty two percent from the free throw line. And and his his February was was very good. His January was was pretty good. I wouldn't say well, the when did he make those he had a run I in my head. I thought it was January, but he had a run where he had three or four weeks where he was just out of his mind, and he pretty happens the award then. Yeah, I think it was probably more December. He had a pretty good run. I mean, he's had a lot of twenty five to thirty five point games. But yeah, I think is going to win it. I think he's gonna win it just because he built up such a lead. Trae young has been running from behind on this for quite some time now, and I think that Luca also just kind of with the conversation around the trade and everything else it since he hit the ground running. And trae young came out struggling, you know, if people have to keep rehashing that trade like, hey, by the way, did you know that that trade seems fair now, I guess we all know if you're paying attention. It seems like it was a good trade for both sides and both players can I don't I can't believe this everybody, but two players can simultaneously be good. And we don't have to declare a winner in a in a trade. But we do in this in this particular conversation. I do because it's the rookie of the year. This is that how it works. Brian is that whoever wins here wins the trade also writing that that that's right? That's right. And they both retired. It's over. Is the key? Here though, is that what trae young his done. He's not gonna win the rookie of your word, but he silenced. The critics of which there were many many many many in after that start that he had for those first couple of months all those critics grew louder because everybody thought oh my gosh. That trade just looks terrible. But to his credit he continued finding ways to get better and feel more comfortable on the floor. So no, he's not going to win the award. But he's given Atlanta finally some peace to to feel excited about any shown that there were a lot of people in the league who thought that he could become the type of player that that he's becoming the difference in in watching them. And I'm in this warriors bubble now is when you talk to at least all. The the the stars on the warriors. They've really liked trae young and Steph curry has gone out of his way to to keep those comparisons down because he wants trae young to to make name from self not always be compared to him. But they love love Luca. Steve Kerr, all the way down Draymond those guys think that he will be an absolute superstar in the league for years to come. It's as right young look as size versus trays as a humongous factor. Absolutely. Absolutely. There are other tools, and as and as we broaden out the conversation, that's the key here. And it speaks to exactly what ROY sustain when you look at the trade and you look at how their their respective years. Have gone Luca Donncha is going to win the rookie of your word. But trae young his proven that he can be a building block. Win in the beginning of the year. Nobody was sure if that was going to be the case either and how it plays. Oh here. We'll see. So I actually talked to trae young today. I story that's coming up on ESPN about the hawks. And by the way, I asked him if he's thought about the possibility of playing with John Marantz because to me one of the fascinating things is if the hawks end up with the second pick, do they take Jaama rant knowing that? He's kind of similar to trae work. Be. When's the last time that worked that? Oh, yeah. Oh, here's Dennis Smith and Luca. Here's you know. They're here's two point guards who both really Rubio in the Johnny Flynn, John. Yeah. That stuff curry. Yeah. Well, anyway, he so he artfully sidestepped it which he just praised him. But. He was telling me that the beginning of the season. You know, there was all this discussion about the new quote unquote, freedom of movement rules that happened in the NBA. You know, like, oh my God. They don't let anybody put their hands on anybody anymore. And this isn't the way we played back when I was a kid. And boy, if the bad boys would kick all these teams butts because they're not used to you know, he's he's here in health is freed of a move and stuff, and then he's going out and actually playing in the games and going. I was getting beat up relentlessly. He goes the physicality of the game was amazing, which is lenna surprise. It's what we hear a lot of rookie say, but he just talked about how crazy it was that you know, he was getting bruised up. You talked about a game where he. That he guarded JJ Radic and actually Lloyd Pierce. Their coach told me they put them on Rettig for this exact reason, and he followed he ran around with JJ Rennick who sometimes gets, you know, Trey was like sometimes he gets three screens gets the ball. Then swings it and then goes and runs through two more. And he goes that experience like taught him just how brutal and how how hard you have to work, and how strong you have to be the play the position. And so he had to really learn the physicality, and then he talked about looking November shot twenty percents three point range. And that was when Luca was taken off. He couldn't hit a shot. And he was just saying that he was so frustrated that it was like a cloud over his whole life. He would wait till the arena bowl emptied out. And then he would go Koby and go back into the bowl and shoot at. It home games in Atlanta. Just to try to get he didn't know how to break out of the slump and Lloyd Pierce told them these look, we know you can shoot threes. You know, don't worry about it. Just you know, work on your defense and your playmaking. But you know, it was difficult for him. It's not supposed to be an easy transition. And he said what ended up happening was when he started playing teams for second and third time. And he started learning the personnel learning how teams regarding him. He just started lifting everything started lifting. And so, you know, at the end of the day, you know, you're not in competition for how well you play your first two months, obviously, even your first year, you're in competition for how you are over the long term. And that's not saying that, you know, I mean Luca over the long term as one of the brightest futures. You've you've anybody we've seen coming in a while. But I think trae Young's long-term is is really improved the outlook. And what else say about this whatever you want to say about the hawks? And you know, we don't talk about talks on here much. And why would we there? There's certainly building. You look at John Collins, huge jump outta Wake Forest. Huge jump from year one year two huge improvement. You look at trae yoga. For sure trae young big improvement from October November to you know, February March Kevin hurt her another first round pick. They had picked nineteenth major improvement from October to February. He became a starter. I think in January early February. This is how you build a team. This is how you this is what you do here. And now, they could you know, they right now their implicit have the fifth pick. If Dallas doesn't move up. They'd have the six pick. They could move up. You know, they could end up with two top six picks in this draft. And the draft is top-heavy. That's where you want to be. You don't want us to be, you know, twelve which is where twelve or fourteen where they thought maybe Dallas would have been maybe even sixteen when when they made the trade they could end up with all of those young guys on the improvement with two top six picks. And even if you only get one of them. Now, you're talking about John Collins who has a chance to be an all star. I think trae young who I think is on the path to being an all-star potentially another top player, maybe to maybe Mirant or Zion depending on if they get lucky or not I think the hawks are are in a somewhat of a of a decent of a decent spot. I mean. Thinks before I talked about the hawks too much. But you've you've talked about a lot. I I'm not gonna let this slide though. I've never heard going Kobe as going back on the court shoot extra shots. That's that's new one. But also, Brian as you're well aware, we did a redraft of this of this most recent draft class recently, and I wanted to get Royce Knicks take on where they would pick Luca and trae if they had the ability to draft these players over again today. I mean, I think LUKA probably goes number one just because of like franchise superstar capabilities. I think that Luca Danni, which is probably more suited for that. I actually think eight and would probably go is my personal redraft or what I think it would be your personal redraft. Well, he's at the station. It. So you're. Number two. Number one. Don't. I mean don't overlook the fact that the Andre eight and ten a pretty nice second half himself. He's actually he's played pretty well. I I don't think eight minutes blessed by any means he's he's quietly looked very game. It'd be rookie of the year in a lot of years. You know, we have the years e pro be rookie of the year. So I want to go into full Hangul. Hold on one second. This is the part, and you could flip out the hawks with any number of teams in the league in how you're trying to build up a roster. And this is what would worry me if I'm Atlanta because I agree with you. Trae young looks much better in Collins and hurt her. It gives them a nice supporting cast to start building around. But you need stars to win in the league. And if you're at Linda, by seemingly all accounts, you guys tell me if I'm wrong here. This is a three player draft as we sit here today at least at the top you got Zion, Moran and bear it. And after that, you know, maybe maybe one of these guys hits, you don't know. But if you're not in that top three this year having the the six Fiqh in the fifth pick wherever wherever those picks land. You know, that's that's a nice chip. Have on paper. But once these guys start playing that's the difference in how about this. How about this? So in case, you forgot the Carmelo Anthony is on the hawks books. So he comes off they have cap space. They have max cap space this summer. What if they hit if they get Kevin Durant? Right. Thank you. That's why I was going. Oh, no. That's where I was going like. Does do they get a meeting with Iran? I realized that the whole point of Durant leaving the warriors is to to leave the warriors Jay Z. Well, try to. So he's gonna leave the warriors and forget all the New York's the he's going to go to it land up. I'm just saying don't you think if you're him you give them a meeting? Like, I mean, like, I know it defeats the first if you're gonna leave one of the greatest teams of all time, you're not looking to go. Join another team that's a symbol perfectly. You're going to look to chart your own course, and New York sort of make sense on that front for several reasons. But. If it Lanta calls, don't you? Let you go. Listen to what tastes say. Because like, can you can you imagine could you imagine this team? We just talked about in. They get a top to pick. And and by the way, let's say let's say, it's not Durant. Like what if they call Hawaii? Yeah. I was gonna say there's other good players out there. Max free agency. Like, I mean, it's not. I mean, and by the way, we're not not trying to convince them to go to Milwaukee. Atlanta desirable place for players. I'm pretty sure like am. I should I shut this conversation down and my out of my depth here in my crazy. This is like Philly had a chance last summer. Oh, what can we get a meeting with the Bronx? Didn't they send they send Rich Paul or they send somebody else? That meeting. They're like LeBron Kim make it. But you know, here's the question. Somebody question. That's right. So Philly Philly got a meeting with the agent, which isn't that big of a deal since he represents Ben Simmons. So Denver was begging for meeting with LeBron last summer. They just wanted to be able to get in the room. They knew he wasn't going to come. But they were just trying to get into the room. Okay. And now in some alternate universe. Think about we're Denver's team is right now they ended up like. They use their cap space in a different way. But. Just in an alternate universe. Think about LeBron on that Denver team. Okay. Like they wanted to at least present the vision. The he would not meet with them. He would not give them ten minutes. And the reason it was amazing is because he is has relationship with the owner Josh cranky and several times had been a guest slashed used STAN Kroenke, he's mega yacht. In. I think in the Mediterranean, maybe was in the Caribbean. But like LeBron will one of the things that LeBron loves to do is take a. Yeah, it's a become a big thing with NBA players in recent years. Go get a mega yacht. Take it out in the Mediterranean. Take it out in the Caribbean chill for a week. Whatever if if you if you if you LeBron use your yacht multiple times, and you can't get a meeting with him. A does LeBron callback and asked to use the this summer? I say, yes, B Braun. I'm sure he will be do you. Let them come back on the yacht. When he wouldn't give you you know, literally the time of day. Lebron's going to call. And if I had any. Can I say balls on this podcast? Okay. If so if if the crock have balls that are like by LeBron. Who is get us anymore. Is this on? Yeah. That's a story. I would love to know whether it was whether whether it happens or not Tampa say. Tampering laughable concept. If it lands gets lottery love the tampering. If Atlantic gets lottery luck, they have max cap space. That's all I'm gonna say Andrew one was the last time you bought razors at the drugstore. Just the other day it cost a thousand dollars or I don't know. You you had to put on a payment plan. You are man that has some facial hair times, you are men and enjoys a good razor that is versatile yet powerful. Right. I mean, you you bit of a connoisseur of it. Yeah. I like a powerful razor who doesn't quite frankly. Well, you should forget about going to the drugstore, and you should go with one of the great options for men's upkeep hygiene. However, you wanna say taking care of yourself and go with Dollar Shave Club because they have everything you need to get ready. 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Three and one they had a pretty good road trip. They come back and book, including getting their butts kicked in on their home court. The other night by Dallas who had been terrible was the thirty eight. What was from which was the thirty five thirty five. What do we make this something nothing? You're everything nothing zero this team guys just wants the regular season. And they want the playoffs start. They want to stay healthy. I have only been around them this season day today. But I in listening to Kerr and Draymond in. Kevin. Instead of all these guys I just think they are mentally exhausted. I think they're tired. I still believe that they're going to win the title this year. I don't I don't think there's any team east or west they can take four of seven from them if they do stay healthy. But after all the winning, and after all the titles Kerr's said it many times, there's a reason that a lot of teams don't do this. There's a reason that the you don't see this happening. I thought it was very interesting. It got lost in the shelf will because you know, it's a pistons game on a Sunday night, and the college the NCAA tournaments going on several guys several players incur were very reflective because it was the sixth straight year that the worries of one at least fifty games in really came to the defense of his players because he's like people don't understand the grind is. He's like we had nothing in that Dallas game. There was nothing there. No, juice. Whatever word you want to use in. They follow that up and they found a way to win in. I still think they can turn a switch once the playoffs start and get rolling again. But this group and in it's not just what whatever happened with with Kevin and Draymond they're long past that, you know, the whereas Kevin gonna go this summer. Nobody knows for sure. But I think while that's hovered over the organization the locker room. I don't think that's that's something that they're worrying about day-to-day Kevin's going to decide whatever he decides. But they're just they are so tired after all these years a plane at this high of a level in once in if they do win again this year, I think you're gonna see a lot of emotion because this has been a very difficult process for them to try the motion missions, it might be Durant walking out the door to right? And they know that could be and if it is it, you know, it is what it. It is. But the reality is. I be shocked if Kurt doesn't come out and stuff and those guys and say, hey, this one was the most difficult because there's just not that level of. All right. Let's go prove everybody. It's good for everybody wrong tonight. They there's a reason why they're getting blown out the way they are at home on the road. Sometimes because there are nights that they just don't have it. And they just are punting for later. And so that's why I don't think anything that we've seen in these last couple of weeks is worth any kind of huge discussion because it's put up or shut up time in the playoffs. They know it, and I think they'll be ready for it nickel. Roy ask you I want to ask Knicks. So like, I obviously the warriors want to win the title, and they obviously want Kevin Durant to come back. Right. Do you think that there would be a sense of relief? If he didn't. It'd be like, okay. 'cause like everything you just laid out there. It just gets recycled again, doesn't it? Yeah. Yeah. I I would say that after all this time. This group the drain on. Steph, clay, Kevin and Steve Kerr and his staff they know that they're playing for history. So while yeah, I could see a scenario where it's like, okay. You know, Kevin is a different guy. We did everything we could to make him feel comfortable. He did everything he could for us. We won three straight titles. He potentially could win three state finals MVP's, I could see that side Royce for sure where everybody went. But in the next breath, and I would include Kevin in this because I've talked to him about it all these guys understand the core. Guys, the the hall of fame guys, they know that they're in this stretch right now that is so rarefied in the history of of the game that they know they can keep it going if they want to I mean, if Kevin stays even for one more year and they go into the chase center, and he's closer to his his place in San Francisco. And and they talk through some of the stuff that that went on this season. There's no reason to believe that they can't win again next year in and be renewed in in the quest. But that you know. It's a question that that will hover until he makes his decision being around them. Have you heard on the of them complaining about because almost all of them live in the East Bay? Not all of them not all of them want to so right now they're practices in downtown. And green is down the Oakland downtown Oakland. Sorry and the arenas down the highway depending on traffic. Ten fifteen minutes maybe half hour. Then they all live in in the East Bay where they've been their whole careers, and you know, just over there except for Kevin. That's right. So let me ask you this. I have heard stories about how these guys are not thrilled. And they're going to their practice facility is going to be at the new arena to in downtown San Francisco that they're not thrilled that they're kind of brainstorming ideas about how they're going to have the players deal with the bridge because the bridge is brutal part of the reason why you live in these bay unless you're Kevin Durant. I don't know if he has a helicopter or something part of the reason you live in the East Bay is. So that you don't have to deal with the the bay bridge and the traffic and. That they may have they may like charter a boat for them to like carry them over have you heard anything about that? Nick about what the guys are going to do next year. There's anybody complaining about having been Nicole, Josh Kroenke, or whatever you follow the right? No kidding over here. VR our friend Marc spears from the undefeated. He's he's discussed this in written about it a little bit. But yeah, I think players are trying to figure out how they're going to navigate the move. And I talked to Rick welts about it earlier this season team president and team Brett, right? The warriors president and Rick was like we're trying to figure out as well. They they have a list of all their employees. Not just the players all their employees where they live in. What will make it the easiest for them in the transition because people have to understand you laid it out there. Everything is in Oakland right now and everything practice facility offices arena. Everything's going to be in San Francisco in September. So so Royce when you go to cover when you go to cover a game in Oakland. Do you stay in Oakland? Do you? Stay in San Francisco. I stay in Oakland. Before you, even though team stay in San Francisco. Right. They most of them. Do they I think pretty much they all do Nick before you move there. Did you stay in San Francisco? Did you stay in Oakland? I stayed in Oakland for that playoff series last year. When I was on the when I was covering the pelicans. But yeah, usually, I stay in San Francisco Andrew you've been there for many finals now where do you state? He's Francisco San San San Francisco stopped the don't ask. Yeah. It's interesting. So why something nothing or everything the fact that the Oklahoma City thunder have the worst offense in the league since the all-star break. I think it's something. I don't think it's everything because let's also not forget that the conversation around the thunder to begin the season was also about how they were historically bad shooting team. And everybody kind of kept saying that that's gonna come around. And that's really been the case in this situation. Again, is they've they've gone from a very very good shooting team. I think that they had risen up into the top ten overall or close to. And three point shooting and for like a basically a month and a half stretch two months stretch. We're one of the three or four best three twenty the NBA. Now they were out shooting themselves because they are not that good of a shooting team. Think that they've come crashing down hard. A lot of that had to do with the fact that Paul George cooled off dealing with shoulder issues. Also just isn't making absurd shots like he was for a good period of time. But there's nothing to say that they can't rediscover it. Now, what why the reason to me Brian at something because it's cost them seating. They've gone from a pretty sure bet to be the three seed to now potentially even the eight seed and because of their shooting struggles. But I think it's it's also why I think that the thunder are very internally confident and now outside of playing the warriors and the opening round because best sentence potentially. Can you imagine that Nick could you can you imagine the warriors thunder in the first round? Also, by the way, I wouldn't be I wouldn't be signing up for the Spurs either. I mean, I would still pick the warriors both series. But I don't I don't I'm not in love with that. There's no nobody's got like a nobody's got like oh, just check that box move on. I mean, there's there seriously not a single series. I think that feels that way to me the clippers feel like the most vulnerable playoff team, but they're just so solid. And they keep playing well, then you'd surely rather play the clippers in the thunder. I think I think that's a fair they say Royce, and I were sitting there the other night we were sitting in Oklahoma City in. I just couldn't believe how much Klay Thompson wrapped up Roth. Oh, yeah. Judas? He couldn't do anything in granted that you know, that may be worse game. I think maybe this career, honestly. Yeah. I mean, he was he was just awful. That was the next question game, right? And you got the technical foul and everything. Next question that the warriors playing the thunder in any round would be awesome. But in the first round all all of subplots would come pouring in early on. That would be that would be a lot of fun that I can't decide if that's best case scenario for the warriors to kind of get their minds, right? Or if that's worst case scenario because I would. I would twist if they got down in the series, then it'd be like everything's crashing down on them. And like the weight of the world, and maybe that would bring the best out of them. But I do think that it would focus them in right? No doubt. No doubt. And I agree with you like, look if if somehow the thunder one two of those first three game four no case the. They would have to have to go back to Oakland. That might literally be the best atmosphere in NBA history. All of the grape would be great. No, I don't I don't see that after watching that game. And Kevin, of course, didn't even play that night. They're just they are. They're that much better than where. Okay. See is at even if it was such a such an incredibly off night for us. I mean, they just have a mental edge over over that group, and and especially with the performance they put on with them. Kevin. If you listen to our podcast here at who collective, we know you love the NBA, if he want even more NBA analysis, you know, you're going to want to check out the low post podcast Zach Lowe, I know that you about this. I know that you're fan of this podcast and sacks podcast, but on the strange roam of the world that you may not have listened to the low post and don't know about the genius of Zach Lowe and the quality guest. He lines up you owe it to yourself to go. Check out the low post podcast, Zach Lowe, Zach Lowe post podcast, get it on apple podcasts or wherever you get your favorite podcast. Royce was any. Interesting action with Durant coming back to Oklahoma City the other night for Nicholson's jersey retirement, not rid off night. Yeah. Everybody tried to really kind of handle that with is is the most noncontroversial way that they possibly could. And that starts with Sunday really, the thunder just really kind of wanted to make sure that you know, that they hashed out a lot of different options about the way that they wanted to call us in ceremony to go, and they considered should they have all the players that wanted to come back. Should they be part of the ceremony on the court because it wasn't like a lot of guys? It wasn't like it was thirty former teammates. It was only. You know Cole? Aldrich was there. Anthony moro. Brent Barry was there. Steve Novak was they're trying to I think dairy. That's that's all annex him in. Really gets him in Nick, really good friends. But so I mean, it wasn't like there was like this long list of player. So it would've made sense to have had him on the court. The reason that they didn't want to do is because Kevin was there. And and that that that would have made things awkward. I don't think that Kevin Durant would have been booed. I think it would have worked out just the general mood and feel I think everybody would. And they never showed them on the big screen. Nobody even really knew that he was up in a suite. You barely even saw him at the arena. T the TV broadcast. They were able to find him one time there. Actually was interesting. If you want to put on your tinfoil hat, I actually wondered to myself a little bit that like because it seemed to me Nick that Durant was probably able to play in that game. Right. Like, he practiced the day before. Oh, yeah. Sure, it seemed like the general thinking was that he was gonna play in that game. And part of me just wonder now, this is just me just wondering if he was if Kevin was like I don't wanna play in that game. I don't wanna go head to head with Russ. I don't wanna get into some scrap. I don't want things to get weird in two nights later. I'm going back to okay, see to hang out and eat dinner and party with these guys that would be uncomfortable. So I'm just going to sit this one out. I did not have that thought. But I also didn't put my tinfoil. Hat on him. You know, go home. So I I couldn't help but wonder it? Yeah. I think they and it's the same thing. You know, it's funny because Steph wanted to play in Toronto. And this goes back a few months, but the warriors the medical staff they held him out. He had a groin injury. They said it's just not worth it. We have to be right for the postseason. That's all that matters. And as far as lost close, and they almost great player a win because they lost exactly. And Kevin was incredible Emad game. And and then. Fast forward a few months. The words come in and just dominate. So could he aflaid share? But I never I never thought that it was because he didn't want to get into it again. In Oklahoma City. But Roy's while we're on the topic of that game in the mix of the collison conversation that is the quiet as atmosphere that night, and it was because certainly that it was a blowout. But I don't know whether it was because Kevin didn't play or it was just wasn't close early. That was so so quiet in there. There were a lot of warriors fans to it was walked worked me. Yeah. There were. Yeah. I mean, the warriors suck the energy out of the building early on. You know, they they were up it felt like double digits within the first couple of minutes, and they just kind of kept it there. The thunder really never made. I think the thunder cut it to like six at one point in the second quarter. But it never really became a game. And you're right, though, Nick, I think that the minute that Durant wasn't playing it. Just kind of suck the energy out of the building a little bit of light. Well, and I would say this. It's not like there's still some animosity there. I think for thunder fans and Kevin Durant. But it's not like, you know, this raucous booing. Heckling. Type of thing. It's more of just like we want to beat you type deals. I think how a lot of people approach that game. But and so that that element was definitely missing. So Royce if the thunder get eliminated in the first round the playoffs, let's say they get the warriors. They lose with what's their payroll one hundred forty million dollars. Yes. Sixty one million dollars in tax or something. What is the fallout from that? I don't know that there's any Dewey died of it was recently extended, right? Yeah. I don't think Billy Donovan's going anywhere. I think that they view Billy Donovan is kind of part of their core. And a lot of different ways. I don't think that really a lot of the issues that even the thunder have are at the feet of Billy Donovan, I mean, for instance, they lost the Toronto Raptors in overtime, and they missed fourteen free throws. I mean, like a lot of what kind of plagues this thunder team from being a lot better or just these self inflicted wounds. That I mean, I don't see how you could possibly point the finger at Billy Donovan over some of now that's not to say that he's without blame. I mean, he he's coach he's going to get some of that. But. I think that I don't think any significant changes like core changes would be coming. But I do think that player like Dennis shooter is going to be somebody that they might look to move in the off season. They kind of traded for him to see to view him as a retractable asset, I don't. I don't think that he's going to play out his contract. And okay, see, I think another set a couple of moments this year. But yeah, I mean, he you he'd be like the other night in Toronto. I think at twenty six he he's he he really is kind of the litmus test. He's kind of their barometer like when he plays really really, well, the thunder are pretty good. Well, they're desperate for offense right now. So like when he plays what he helps them offense. It makes a humongous difference. Because. Frankly, westbrook. Just you know, we'll see I'm not saying he's having a bad year. But his offense has just not been there. So you get inconsistent. He's just he's just in one of the to me, the the obvious things. Because Westbrook is shot the ball a lot better over the last month and a half, Bryan. But it's become pretty obvious to me that the thunder are after best. When Paul George is their best player. Not when Russell Westbrook is their best player because Westbrook has been their best player for the last month and a half. And that's when you, and that's when you ride the wave of Westbrook. Right. That's when it goes because he's he himself is so inconsistent not just game to game but possession by possession. And so you ride the roller coaster of Westbrook up and down and Paul Georgia's so much steadier. So when Paul George is your focal point and your best player. That's when the thunder are at their best. They were winning games with Russell Westbrook shooting thirty eight percent because Westbrook does so many other things rebounds, he passes. He does all these other things that he can kind of make up for not being quote unquote, the best player, but. To the original question. I think another thing they might just to keep an eye on is Andre Roberson. He's in a contract year next year. You know, he's not he's probably not gonna play all this season. If the thunder go deep in the playoffs he might come back for a playoff series and like the second second round or maybe the Western Conference. I didn't even know that was an option is even he's not really doing anything with him. And he's not really doing anything. But I think that they're keeping that option on the table. You're not going to see them in the regular season. You almost surely wouldn't see him in the first round. So you might see them if they go deep. They could use them in a series against for a couple minutes against James harden or Klay Thompson or something like that. But but turns Ferguson has been really good for them. And I think he's kind of shown another element of what they could have it that shooting guard position. He's only twenty years old on a rookie scale deal. He's a really good defender in. He's kind of that elusive three indeed guy that they've been looking for for years and years, and it makes Roberson I think a lot more expendable you mentioned that the thunder at their best. When Paul George is their best player, is is Westbrook. Okay. In that scenario knowing that he's the number two guy. Now kind of moving forward, I think so I think I think Westbrook has always been a lot more more comfortable with that idea that people give them credit for now when Durant left Westbrook through the through the franchise on his shoulders, and it was like he relished the idea of it being all his there's no doubt. The now. I do what I want stuff. I mean, like Westbrook was all. Time moment right there. Right. So did you one of the funny things about Westbrook is it's part of his pre game routine. Brian that he'll sit there at his locker, and like a certain he's he is a creature of habit, and he will sing along to that song at his locker like before every single game. It's regaining it cracks me up like it'll be sitting there. So let me ask you this more ridiculous. Russell westbrook. Kevin Durant troll moment. The now I do what I want. I g post I think it was on g or him wearing the photographers vest to the first game. Talkers vest one is the better one because there was so much nuance to that one that it was it was so much. Not what people thought it was people thought, it was Westbrook making fun of Durant's hobby. Right. Like, that's not what it was. Like what it was is. So Kevin Durant went. I think I wrote this in this in my story that night is that and this is just based on people that no Westbrook. And it's their perception of what Westbrook was intending. Westbrook has never confirmed. This Westbrook would never say what he next question. Right. Don't don't. But. Yeah. Please do not. But I already wrote this. Anyway, this is in my post-game story from that night. But what it really was like when the warriors I started their recruitment of Kevin Durant was at that Super Bowl the thunder state overnight or the thunder didn't stay overnight. But Durant stayed overnight in San Francisco and went to the Super Bowl, and he was like a photographer for the players Tribune that night, you were photographers vest and everything else. But he spent a lot of that weekend hanging out with the warriors, and that really irked Westbrook. Like Westbrook knew about it. He was bothered by it. And so to the people that know Westbrook. Their view of him wearing that for the best was him to say like, I know when they got to you, and I'm wearing the vest here. It wasn't to make fun of Durant. But it was also making fun of Durant. Oh, it was. It was it was the troll them. No doubt about it. All right. Well. We will see when the thunder. I want to be one of the fascinating things. What happens with that team? The rest of the way we are out of time. So thank you to Nicot. Memphis, getting barbecue tonight. Nick getting barbecue in ten minutes. Hang up from this. Essential. Get the nachos. Get those nachos. I don't I don't know. If I can I can do it by myself. I I wish you were here, buddy. Because I would Chris a there's a there's a place in Memphis that claims to have one hundred year old grease that they make their Burs and sounds like my kind of place. Just a little in your hair. Nobody's eating barbecue. In english. Probably hipsters eating barbecue in Portland, but out of a school bus or something you just eat coffee beans for dinner, just like coffee cake coffee beans, right? They have off the record ale. In the press room after the game. Thank you to the hoop collective podcast. Thank you to Andrew Honda producer. And Kyrie spin on the dials in Bristol. And we will talk to you later in the week.

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Ep 057 - Entrepreneur - Nine Influence Lessons with Josh Elledge

Get A Grip On Life

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Ep 057 - Entrepreneur - Nine Influence Lessons with Josh Elledge

"Welcome back folks to get a grip on life podcast on this episode of the show. I have Joss Josh Elhage from up your influence but for right now if you WanNa make some digital media if you want to create a podcast Lasko get a grip studios dot com fully virtual or you can come in studio here Pretoria Park in steals in Toronto Canada and I'm to talk to a guy who can probably make that those videos videos and podcasts explode. How's it going Josh elhage awesome. Thanks so much for having me no problem all men so tell me a little bit about you know the new kind of PR world we're in today. You know it's almost like a different kind of world yeah for sure and I've gotten myself in trouble so I've spoken on this social media marketing world of spoken on this for the Tony Robbins Organization. Shen and I think that like a lot of other business owners have a little frustration with the PR world in that. I think that the PR industry has not evolved as quickly as they should kind of laurels. It used to be kind of a a goose that would go lay the golden eggs where you could just say hey you know I can introduce you to Susie over it. WBZ M. G. over there and all you gotTa do is pay me four thousand dollars. I'll make an intro. Oh we don't need to do that today. Because we got social media see all the reporters all the producers everybody's unsocial everybody's accessible and so you don't need to pay for intros anymore but what you do need to do is focus on authority and because if you have if you blazed a trail for authority forty and you're reaching out to an influence or you're reaching out to media you're reaching out to partners clients investors. It doesn't matter today. Everybody's going going to check you out. You'll be you can request a fifteen minute. Call with anybody and before they jump on that call with you. They're going to look you out because that's just what we do. I'm I'm sure I'm sure that you looked me right and so you're like well. It was his Josh Guy and so you probably did a Google search on me. Maybe looked me up on linked in maybe looked at my website aide and then based on what you saw. You Bet all right all right. We'll give this guy a few minutes see how he does so. That's the idea is that we want. WanNa make sure that when the media you know you're reaching out to them because you want. The visibility we talk about the benefit is there's a lot of benefit short sure to working with influencers media but just know that they are going to be very selective they take they can't take a risk on on bad guests and so. It's our job to show them in advance. You're going to be a really great gas than just do that like this stuff is not hard. I'm GonNa tell you everything on this conversation right year would do and honestly like your chances of getting wherever you want to go just went up astronomically just because you listened to the podcast there you go so let me ask you this so you know when when I was first introduced to marketing publicity PR advertising these things are coming to understand outstanding one of the things people would tell you about public relations as you know you the first thing you need to do. Is You need to write a book on it because the expert is the guy who wrote the book on it. I think that's a little out the window now. Would you say that Scott. What is it that people need to do today. What is it that they need to do. You think that there's any really I I don't think there's any great books on PR today to be honest with. You and I don't even requires a book so what it requires. Honestly sleep is pretty common sense. Here's the deal the Internet so social media has made our connectedness so much easier but you have to understand that we live in a swipe left swipe right world and so what that means is that if your social social media profiles your authority. Your website looks like amateur hour people aren't gonNA respond back not you and so and again we'll go through this step by step on some some things that you'll want to do and by the way if you WanNa come check me out like everything that I'm GonNa talk about you. Can you don't even have to let me know you were there but you can. You can search me you could find me on Google and you can copy. What what I've done and you don't even have to pay me a dime for that. Just go see what I do covering what I do. I promise you it's well optimized and by the way the website is up my influence dot com just in case you want to check that out so the first thing. Scott is definitely what we WANNA talk about is is is your your cut your calling card today and that's your profile image. Your profile image is it's. It's generally one of the first things things that people are going to look at when they WANNA say HM. WHO's this because a lot of our engagement were engaging in social? We're on twitter facebook. INSTAGRAM linked linked in those are kind of the big youtube we might have information there as well and so someone is going to look at your profile image and they're instantly going to make judgments men's about you based on what's on your in your social media profile me. It's just the way we do this and different lifestyle. That's no different. The real life is the same thing I walk down the street. I meet Josh Elhage. I look he's well dressed. He's not well dressed his my see. He's out of shape. He's in and shape. He's driving a nice car. He's a really nice car. Whatever driving a crappy car all these things matter sincerely make decisions right away so it's no different on the social side no different with so many people said they make their decision. Yes absolutely and listen to there's someone who's like. I don't like what he's talking about. Because it sounds superficial totally is but it's just it's just the way that we are. It's just that we're wired Michael. If you and I were to spend spend time together in person then we're GonNa have the immense benefit of that in-person connection like I'll be able to feel your energy. There's just so much more information that somebody could get but the majority of our communication today is done over the web and so what we want to do. It's not about being authentic. It's not about being fake or phony. It's about it's about lowering the digital barrier carrier and being most in presenting the most authentic view of you possible using social so what that means is that let's say that you you were. GonNa be on a dating profile. Would you WANNA have a crappy a profile image. There're crappy profile. You wouldn't why because you want the best possible outcome for yourself so it's the same thing when we're doing business so if you're networking on linked in the and again you've got just like a a photo that you took with your own own just like a it's your cropped out somebody else that the photo it's professional it's going to be it's going to be something that's going to be. It's not GonNa work work in your favor. It's it could be perceived as a red flag and here's the deal you will not attract investors clients partners or anybody body that exceed your level of branding so in other words if they're used to working with agents the owner and they're used to working with agents because they're a successful business. They're used to working with successful agencies. If you have poor branding they're not even going to give you the time of day and so this is how this will look by the way Michael is. You'll reach out to them. You'll send me an email and they'll just ghost you. You'll try to come up with stories in your head about why they here's the deal. People people are not going to tell you why they don't respond things. Don't that's for sure so real. Here's my first real great free resource source. You can go to photo feeler dot com so photo feeler f. e. e. l. e. r. and what I want you to do. Is I want you to upload your profile image. There and you can select either social dating or business and then yeah and then what you do is go. Oh vote on other people's photos because guess what they're gonNa vote on yours and they're. GonNa tell you exactly how you rank in terms of authority how approachable you seem and you're going to get some really good honest feedback so you can have to have a thick skin because you need to know this information. Asian you know I think a lot of people live in denial Josh of these these truths that you're saying here like they legitimately legitimately do like well. I don't need that because you know because I'm just going to be my real self but I think there's a combination of who you are right now and future you. And who do you want future you to be yeah. You know what I'm saying and it's like silence at sometimes when we're cultivating activating an image. We're not we're not really. We're not just saying who we are right now. We're also saying who were going to be as well in a sense so there's there's a little bit of goal Fenwick. It's not like you WanNa present something. You're not but maybe you WANNA present something that you're going that you you're striving to be and we're all on a journey in this thing you know so why not try to strive to be that higher level the next level up. I think it's great advice for People Josh even though sometimes they don't want to take it yeah you you know so exercise like when people say for example well. I don't know what to do in my photo or I don't know what I should have written in my little bio on my social media profile or in my press kit or on our website and what I'll tell him as I say listen. You need to take an afternoon and I want you to find the most successful people in your industry and I want you to take lots of notes and you don't want to necessarily copy anybody authentic to who you are but you're going to get a lot of ideas and and so I remember when I first started on TV. I've been on TV over seven hundred times now but I remember when I first started. I would always wear a tie and because I thought well I need address for TV. I want people to respect me and then I started looking at a other experts who were more successful than I was and they went with open collar and I'm like you know I get that. That's makes much more approachable and I relaxed. I tossed the Thai you know what with open collar and it does it seems much more authentic to who I am as a brand and so on that side you know I'm I'm josh the savings angel my other company and so I've been on the media over two thousand times as the savings angel. Some kind of this consumer advocates a lot of times. You'll see me with my my sleeves rolled the open collar and I'm this consumer guy. That's you know fighting for your you know fighting for your consumer skills that sort of thing so yeah so it's all part heart listen. It's all part of the branding so let me ask you this when someone sitting down like let's say you having a lot of people that listen to this. We'll have an established business right but they'll have very depor social media a lot of a lot of those people will be individuals who actually have a lot of breadth and depth of knowledge in a certain topic topic but they're not guessing the authority and I'll talk to them like I'm in the lighting business and I'll talk to them and they'll be very powerful when you speak to them but something's something's holding them back something stopping them from becoming an authority and they look at other people that are stepping into that vacuum and they have contempt for them but they do nothing about it. What is it in US that stops it. What is it. What is it that you you're addressing with people to help them? Come out of their shells a little bit when I first started podcasting about six years ago. I was really hesitant to do so and it was honestly for a couple of years. I said you know I really I really should be podcasting thing but I was afraid to do that because it was a new level of vulnerability for me and I felt like someone was going to call me out and say get out of here. You're a faker. You know you you can see. I think imposter imposter syndrome as a lot to do with we all feel like my wife is a very gifted family therapist for example. She's really good at what she does. but it's this same thing you know she. She feels like she shows up at work and she feels like she's just faking taking it but here's the I mean it's like it's not a high bar to expert in something. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to be an expert in rocket science. Today you can be an Uber Fan and have a very lay a understanding of the topic but you totally geek out on rocket science and you interview some of the greatest rocket scientists out there so you're a journalist or analyst who drew journalists are not experts at what they talk about but they love the topic and they are eager to share everything that they've learned with at their own audience and listen you talk with twenty thirty forty people in a particular subject or you read twenty thirty forty bucks you know more than ninety ninety nine point nine percent of the population on that topic so with the world needs is not necessarily more experts but more teachers and if you're willing to teach people and you love serving and giving value to people that's where we're at today and that's what the world needs. It needs more more givers and more teachers. I think that's a great way to look at it. You know it's you know a guy who's done this better than anybody so someone. Who's maybe an expert in mixed martial arts. It's but somehow is created in a massive podcast. You'll Rogan hundred million downloads a month when you look at Joe Rogan ten years ago you said is he's a meathead had actor. He fights any action movies or whatever he's influenced some of the most intelligent people of our time like yeah of our time not of of the mixed martial arts world or whatever but you're talking the Mo the highest intellect people. He brings on his show. He's interested in their topic. He discusses it with them and he introduced them and teaches his audience silence about why they should listen to this person or read this book and I think it's a great example because there's a guide whose expertise mixed martial arts but now he's interviewing Bernie Sanders. There's and he's interviewing presidential candidates and what he's doing is he's. He's probably one of the most powerful people in the world because of his podcast because he's willing to open themselves up and be vulnerable honorable. Yes yeah so one of the best exercises that I think you could do would be to get comfortable with video and if you can get comfortable with just giving value to audiences you know doing stuff like stories for example where they disappear in twenty four hours that way if it's really bad it doesn't really matter. It's going to be gone anyway but if you want to feel really good about yourself you know go back and listen to Joe Rogan's podcast or go back. I remember four hour workweek. Tim Ferriss his podcast. We're horrible terrible at the beginning but you could do that with anybody. Anybody pod Pat Flynn John Lee Dumas semi. Were those guys their their first podcasts. Were really lousy minor really bad go back. I still have them on Youtube. So if you go on Youtube and search for savings angel and go listen go watch my first you TV segments. Oh I look really uncomfortable. That's okay I think there's and you can watch the progression this with a lot of youtubers back. Go Go watch I knew and then go watch him today and you'll see that their comfort level just it just goes. It just goes nothing but nowhere but up Scott. You just have to do that. You you have to get in the trenches do the thing and then you'll get better at the. I wish there was a shortcut. You wish you could just read a bunch of books and be an expert in stage presence. That's not how works people will feel your authentic energy. When you get comfortable with the platform much easier totally agree with that the the what what will really cure what really makes me curious about up. My influence dot com is the emphasis on becoming an influence influence are becoming an authority. How how do the different see like. We've focused all of our attention for my lighting show on linked and I'm lemur yeah. I it was great. We will get a ton of us on little clips. We put up and we will get we share it and we get the networks good but I have this feeling about instagram. That instagram is really the the the the place to be. I don't understand Graham. Though can you explain instagram to to me. In in terms of the difference between how linked in work in an instagram works in the business yeah absolutely so so here's here's kind of content that that you would share linked in is definitely going to be much more polished. It's going to be focused on you know. Would you stand up in a room of peers in front of an audience and present his information so it's generally going to be much more kind of buttoned up instagram. The content on Instagram is the the behind the scenes stuff so say for example video on Youtube. You're definitely looking to put your polished video content there but instagram you'd be like hey guys just getting ready to cut my new video on Youtube before I do. I just wanted to take you on a tour behind the studio. Show you like that kind of stuff plays really really well on Instagram and you know people love the behind the scenes stuff and it's where you can be much more transparent much more authentic. I find that one good piece of advice of that that I got in particular with works really well with Instagram is that you know people will get attracted to you on on any social media platform warm for your expertise and like your you know your success or what you have like no initially be attracted to you. It's and it's kind of like this way in dating right. It's like all my gosh. You know he's really trying. She's really attractive so you're instantly like what's going on there but if if it's nothing but this thin thin veneer of this just the surface beauty then it's like well. I'm not really connecting with you and and so at some point and hopefully really quickly on social. You're going to be vulnerable with people you're going to be authentic with people so strive have to share your imperfections and insecurities and vulnerabilities on a regular basis because when you do that that's that's where people are. GonNa say. Oh Josh's like me you know. He's you know he's got the same fears or he's you know maybe talks about a time. You don't necessarily have to share something something that that that vulnerability today but maybe it was something like listen. You know one thing you might not know about me is I've been through bankruptcy. Z and it sucks it. I feel like a loser as a husband and as a provider is a father and so when I share that story you know losing the two houses like I have failed in business six times. I had six businesses. It went out of business and let me tell you how that felt emotionally so when I go through that story story and and I tried to do this in in even like marketing videos because I want people to know like Hey Josh el-ajaz never failed. That's like that's like Turkey. Runs skies just phonies fake so yeah and that's another thing too and that might feel you might. You might feel that that might be challenging to do that but I promise you that. The more you do that the more you'll feel relaxed and your audience this is going to respond. I mean they really really well. I know at the beginning. It's like you know it's kind of talking to what feels like talking to an empty room but when you keep doing it time after time the audience will come and they're really going to appreciate your heart when you share that now as as as kind of awful as this is going to sound how would you monetize that monetize your failures in your vulnerability on instagram program how would you how would you end up. Like how would you spinning that into. Revenue is at an thing or what would you do no. I'm not a big listen. Eventually you can do instagram like instagram influence or look you can build that I mean that's something you can legitimately do. We've done some stuff work with brands and that sort of thing. I you know short term him though I it's like podcasting right. It's like yeah you can bring you know. We've got advertisers advertise on the savings angel show but it's taken us a long time to build that audience in order to do that. Listen honestly the best absolute best thing that you can do as a small medium size business owner is use the the platform to connect with your audience build a relationship build know like and trust and then you know maybe use that platform to make connections with people that could really help you in business so you know what we do now. Here's what we do with with up my influence. Louis we have a podcast. It's called the thoughtful entrepreneur. Listen to procure. What's that again. I I listened to a couple of good and I'll tell you so so here's what we do. I'm a big fan of Bob Berg. The go giver and that philosophy is that if you want to grow your business sales and marketing you have to lead by just giving so much value that people my Gosh I just feel like I wanna give Josh something back right like like I you invest in the relationship so you can spend more time together. You know when you meet anybody and you're like hey. Maybe we should do whatever and and you know again you always as a business owner. You always have to make sure I believe we have an ethical responsibility to give far more value all you than whatever we're asking in return so if it's money or you know I it's you know we always want. We always want to make sure that we're out giving what we're asking. Deliver it that that's a great example of how you can use a platform like a podcast and you can say. Would you like to be a guest on my show can I highlight your work. You just start giving compliments and testimonials about other people on your social media platform and that's going going to get the attention of brands other people you know and it doesn't cost you anything and people appreciate when you share you know a thumbs up a are about somebody else and so just start doing us your social media platform to do nice things for other people and keep on doing that even if you just went out now and you you you said you said goal. He said for the next ten days. I'm going to share three compliments. I'm going to call people out three people a day. I am a say something nice about him. You do that for ten days straight. I promise you something good is going to come out of that promise you it's just human nature like we love to reciprocate everybody loves to feel good about themselves and if you can make people feel good about themselves who knows what the lead to but be be a force for good you know make people make other people look good and I'm just telling you it's it's something good is going to happen you no. It's funny that you say that 'cause I. I like twitter as a you know it's like a news feed sort of for me. I find that there's a lot of negativity actively on twitter and you're are you suggesting that you avoid those twitter. A lot of people seem to get trapped into these twitter things and and I watched them go and I'm like. Oh my God you really putting that on the Internet like my principal is only say nice things. They'll get into yes I buy. My twitter is nothing but a love fest and so you could you could see I mean we're you know we spend a lot of time bragging about our clients success that we've got for them. You know I respond to people. I don't respond to negatively if I do. It's I respond with log. Try to anyway. I mean I've got a team that helps. It's out with this as well sure but that's our approach I just and very seldom do I spend much time in my newsfeed. you know. I'm pretty much just engaging with people that are in my tribe yeah so it's I just don't have time for the negativity. You know I'll just I'll consider that to be. Somebody else's this job me for me. I just I know exactly what did you do. I see so many people that I follow on twitter that are extreme geniuses in their fields and they get into these twitter battles with with nobody over nothing. It's like what are you arguing guy about who cares about that but yeah yeah so. That kind of scares me a little bit about twitter but so let's talk about facebook is facebook gold now. Is that a good place to be. Tell me a little bit about facebook. Well here sorry so one of my favorite strategies for facebook would be for someone who is baby baby baby brand new now. Let's say you have a couple. Blah hundred friends on facebook a really great strategy here my favorite strategies facebook again. This is primarily for baby baby brand new business owners. You can get away with doing this. I it starts to maybe lose its. Roi As you get bigger and bigger because there's other things you might consider like I I'd move over to linked pin for for a lot of business which I absolutely love but let's say you're like Josh. Iron have a single client. Here's how you can get started. I want you and facebook hates this but but it works optimize your personal facebook profile and talk in terms of the value you bring professionally so if you're an entrepreneur what is it that you do so like you can look at my personal facebook profile and you'll Z. I've got information about this. Is what I do professionally. I turn thoughtful entrepreneurs into media celebrities. You'll see that so mm what what you WanNa do is join facebook groups. Don't you dare spam those groups because that'll get real old real fast. Ask anytime anyone asked questions about you know. What's a press kit. How do I build a press kit. How do I do this. How do I reach out to media. How do I connect with influencers. How does this work how does that. I am answering questions now again. You'RE GONNA get to a point. We're going to get too busy won't be able to do this off. A bit at the beginning is a great way to get your first handful of clients. I believe you can get up to a six figure of position pretty quickly if you're in a service based business. You're an agency that sort of thing. It's super easy to do you have be helping people answering questions and and what will happen is someone's going to hover over your image and they're going to be like back will who is this. Josh elhage Guy and and they're they're gonNA look at my personal profile and my personal profile is optimized to to explain how I could do something nice for them. So all the featured image that talks about you know what your authority scored take. The frequency is and so then someone will click on that they'll go to up my influence and they'll find out what the authority you know. It's just you know things that I can give them of value. Yeah I saw so. Yes all that authorities score thing. What is that what is that. I I didn't have time that was going to do it before the show and I got. I got called into a conference call. So is that a little way to get them engaged in services. You can offer them yeah yeah absolutely so. I interviewed Ryan Leveque of ask ask and so he he's a big fan of this and and I was really inspired so obviously one thing you need to do again if we're talking in terms of like if you're asking being somebody to give you their email address that currency trend you better. Give something really valuable in exchange so you you know e books and white papers I duNNo. It's like I feel like the world is swimming in those but one thing that seems to work out pretty well. Is You know give presenting Chris. You want you want to get to know people and so great way to do that. is that you you can present like a very social media friendly quiz and then you could say you know here's your score if you'd like a customized the action plan which is what I do then you know put punch in your email address and I'll give you something that's customized to what your score four is. So in my case I would figure it what authorities scores and then I'm GonNa give him like one of three to five different reports based on where their score came in and I'm going to give them some actionable advice free resources. I'm GONNA give them a series of videos again if they'll give me their email address so I i I think it's an effective way to lead magnets a little bit better than as opposed to just download this free white paper which by the way. Hey I got to tell you is way better than the average person says join our free newsletter. If you have that on your website right now please uh-huh. You need to fix that today like people don't join newsletters. Your opt in rate is probably point zero zero percent yeah you got to. It's going to take a lot more value to give you know. have someone give up their email address today. Then let me ask you this. I'm going to make it specific. I'm very interested in that the topic so we I actually run a trade association in the leading business. Okay my podcast kind of put me into the position of authority to be able to get hired to be able to do this. We have a newsletter What would you suggest what you said on the website. Don't ask them to sign up for the the newsletter. What should you ask them to sign up for to get email address. Remind me of that again you know for for savings angel would be a great example so we're pretty much like we. We share coupons coupons and that sort of thing so you know really right now. We haven't really figured out what we're going to do next but right. Now it seems to be working is the we say. What can you get that. You can't get on the website so with an email with the email we say get the newest coupons first before anybody the else and so and then we'll blast those out by email so that works out pretty well for us but you can't just say newsletter you gotTa talk about what it is that they're going to get so a coupon is a really great thing to offer. Just say you know or free each trial get your free coupon code for a thirty day free trial on those work out really well but you gotta talk in terms of what is the magnet ignat and the more valuable you can make the magnet the better you know think about in terms of like you know for us like our perfect client is probably already doing six figures and business They've already making some sales. They're kinda ready to start getting out on more stages. Get you know get on TV. You know they WanNa really up their profile. So what what can I offer them. That would be more valuable so that's and then you kind of want to design your magnet around that. Let me ask you the the the kind of take it into another direction because I kind of wrote down a bunch of principles that I've learned from today and I'm going to go through them at the end but I wanted to ask you about belt. Let's say you up your profile. Let's say you you become the person who is not the expert in everything but maybe the person who's interviewed all the experts and the person that knows all people in the business has the biggest. ROLODEX has had all those people on his show. They've all been on the on the you know the show or whatever and and now you're you're up there. Where do you go from there. You've already for me. I'm so busy doing podcasts now running this trade association. Thanks I've kind of set. My business is up there that you know it was actually. I was forced to delegate a lot better which was nice. I was forced to delegates. I've delegated those tax out. You have to yeah what do you. Where do you go when you've got the authority cash in so think about so think about this right. If you knew imagine this imagine a magic wand and I said right now I am going to increase your industry authority by ten times and so- poof just did it now knowing that you have ten times the respect in your industry industry. What would you do with that you know. What kind of sales would you make. What kind of partnerships could you have. If if you add ten times the thority and so you'd probably be able to reach out to higher and higher influence or you know level influencers to partner with them. I'm for example and so here's here's here's a secret the best way to influence or marketing. It'd be might influence remarking. Can you partner with them. They're going to promote your product or service to their audience. that sort of thing the best way to influence their marketing is to be an influence or yourself and and being an influence is not just your social proof. That's important and that's a big that's a big component of it but you also want to show Komo Authority through your association's Authority through your perceived success and or your branding these things all matter as well and if if you've got the respect walking in that front door then it's like people are going to say yes to. You're gonNA feel like when Harry Potter or drink the lucky juice whatever that stuff was all. It's like everything just like worked out. It was amazing and that's how it's going to feel so Michael. The differences like a great great. We'd illustrate this. Is You go to conference. I go to a lot of conferences and so I've gone to conferences where I've been the featured keynote speaker and then have also gone to conferences conferences where I'm just another face in the crowd and it's a completely different experience you know when you show up in your featured speaker people taking selfies with with you there waiting in line to ask your questions other speakers like. Hey Josh and tell me about Blah Blah Blah. You know it's like just opportunity. You get way way more opportunities when I show up and I have to. I have to earn every conversation. I just don't get as much done. It's like also so like if you have a really big beautiful booth like people are naturally going to be like ooh. What do you do as opposed to you know. If you're just you know again again. It's just you wearing a. I don't know just walking around. Nobody has nobody has an obligation to get to know you. You have like five sounds. Maybe with people to get them interested in you. I agree but I started this this lighting show two and a half years ago and we basically I went from being a small distributor in Toronto to like now live streaming from the big letting conventions in the world but I don't know I don't know what to do with it like you know it's like now. I have it and you the the ability to form partnerships as their and but there's like I guess maybe you know what it is. It's another it's another form of imposter syndrome. It's come upon let me a little bit yeah well. I you know listen. You know if you're the oprah of lighting. What do you WanNa do like where do you you. WanNa go and so I think a lot of this you know what is your. What is your mission? What's your purpose and so my mission or my purpose is is to turn those entrepreneurs in media celebrities and I feel like I've got a moral obligation to do so and if there are consequences sequences to me not fulfilling my mission my purpose business owners are going to go out of business. They are going to lose money. They're going to lose sales. They're not going to be able to help and serve other people if I don't do my job and so I have to just think bigger bigger and bigger I I I remember. I don't know who was who said this but I was. I remember in watching him speak and he he's basically like you know kept on repeating this phrase you who are not thinking big enough and you need to start making bigger asks being more audacious this in in the things that you go for you know. Maybe it's you'll seeking bigger clients seeking bigger partnerships asking for a a bigger fee. US bigger speaking fees that you know whatever it is. you know sometimes we don't understand the value of our own platform so okay so that's important now along with mission purpose is you have values and that's also going to help define what you should be doing the next so you know we've got core values and we believe in democratization of influence and so if if I truly am an advocate and I truly believe that I can democratize and I believe that anybody can become an influence or That's going to help me. You decide would I should be doing next and a lot of times. It's going to come down to you know the content at your with my own audience or you know the the content. I'll share on other platforms on other stages. wow I listen. Here's the thing though you also have a mandate and date to earn a lot of money because that money is a resource and that was resources will allow you to make a bigger impact on the planet for so if you're listening if you're making seven I if you're only making five figures right now you have a moral obligation to make six or seven you truly do because with those resources you can make a bigger impact in people's lives now. If you're happy you know making seventy thousand dollars a year great. I'm not gonNA convince you otherwise but if you truly if you do want to make a bigger splash in the world and help more people than you just GonNa need you know you're going to need more resources in order to do that. Hire more people build a bigger team. you know I've had as many as fifty some people on my team with savings Angel Joel and we're able to do a lot of good stuff when you have a big team like that so it's pretty cool so I got. I got nine takeaways. I WanNa read them to you a- As a new record all right Paul assure image give more value than you charge for only say nice things on social media no spamming speak to the value of your offerings rather than ask for a sign up. Consider your work a moral obligation always he's think bigger and bigger and be more audacious and understand the value of your platform. How's that that's pretty good. That's pretty good and by the way I should the social media it's it's not inappropriate to take a stance on something so for example like commonly call out the PR industry that's my torches and pitchforks pitchforked issue right and so I feel like I have to you know you do want to create an enemy now. You don't necessarily need to call anybody personal Malaysia or I would not advise against that but you can say there's a problem here in this industry. We collectively need to fix it. Who's with me yeah so so so you can make you can make a an issue the bad guy as it were yeah. That's that's a that's. That's a that's a beautiful. That's the last one but that's beautiful actually so take a stand on real problems. Yeah Yeah for sure and you know and that's the thing too. Do you know if you have a platform. Use Your platform for good so with savings angel we have facilitated millions of dollars in giving because because our mandate was that hunger lack in need in our local communities is actually a very solvable problem. All it takes takes. Is everybody just giving a little bit and saving dangerous. The platform designed to be able to allow you to do that so that became our enemy. Hunger lack in need in our local community is I blew twenty five grand on bad. Pr I know a lot of other business owners that have blown a lot of money because they're paying these old school school. PR firms money because they feel desperate they want visibility when in fact it's really not that hard to do so it's you know so. I feel like I have an urgent responsibility to be able to help my fellow business. Owners not go through the same aim stuff I did. I do my twenty five grand. I got one good introduction reporter and I got to speak at a lawn and garden show. That was my twenty five thousand dollars that has become a pain point for me personally to say. I am never ever going to let that happen to somebody else and that's why work with urgency but more important than that like what's even more painful is a business owner going out of business. I have to take action otherwise someone is going to suffer. Someone is going to have an argument with their spouse because because they're too stressed out about money. That's my that's my urgency. The focus on the pain also went was up my influence did it extend from your learnings in savings angel like did you learn a whole bunch of stuff about this and sit back and you know what this is actually a company all on its own now the thing about this you bring up a good point. What should we be doing because I think about this this question ally so for whatever reason God universe put me in that position savings angel with my was my seventh business venture. My first six failed the reason isn't they failed is because I didn't get enough visibility with savings angel. I learned that lesson and I knew more than anything. I needed visibility otherwise I was going to go out of business again again. It was a great product great service. You have the best product or service in the world if nobody knows about it. You're not going to be in business for very long so I didn't have any money for advertising but I did have desperation radio station rotation blogger newspaper like anybody I could. I said listen I would love to advertise. They don't have the budget but I could do this and I'd love to bring value. Here's where loved to do and enough of them said yes that I started getting adding some visibility and so I just did it myself. You know we got in the media over two thousand times. I was able to generate well more than six million dollars in revenue and I did so spending less than five hundred dollars in advertising. That's a pretty good claim to fame like I achieved something and so then I started doing pro bono work in our local startup community because I believe that when you're successful at something you do have a moral obligation to help other people. I feel like listen. Rising tide lifts all boats. I think that we all need to give back find underserved communities minority communities women owned businesses veteran reknowned businesses would go and work through Small Business Development Center better known business organizations. minority owned business or his women's owned bins. I would reach Joe and say listen. This is what I do love to do a free free workshop. Just let me know when you can use me happy to be of service. didn't advertise is didn't advertise those groups at all but just in the course of teaching for free people would say well. Can we hire you. Ah I don't know maybe guys and so that was kind of how I got started at that and then you you know now up my influences become this huge platform and you know we help make connections to influencers over brands that are looking for you know. Dave partner program or a joint venture to launch program and they want to work with other influences. We do a lot of that work. we can almost we can get pretty much every single one of our clients we get them five to ten media placements every single month like we're really good at some things and that just came out of like just listening to what peoples needs were our and their problems were and I got just bring up your initial question how many people have been in the media over two thousand times and made a lot of money with it and are willing to teach people and I started doing the math on that. I'm like there can't be more than I don't know. Maybe a few dozen people on the planet. I have to to do this because if I don't do this. Who else will and then also bring it? Bring it asked for him to small businesses. It's I think the longer you do this. The more more things start to get clear. I had no intention of becoming the coupon guy with savings angel. I had no intention of being a media guy with up. My influence Louis Our influence our guy without my influence but that's just the way that it worked out. If I were left in my druthers I would be loved doctor that that was my first career thing that I wanted to do when I left. The navy was that you know I got to do a year of radio. As part of my job and I really loved of like from Mars. Women are from Venus kind of back then and so I was like you know I also love line. You know Dr Adam just launch. Actually I think it was even before four. Adam was on the show. I was familiar with that and I was like man. I WANNA be a love doctor. That didn't work out but but here I am today. Hey well. You know what it sounds like. You know it's interesting that you're describing the entrepreneurial adventure in a way you know and people people well don't under like when they ask you. Oh it's so risky to be an entrepreneur but it's also exciting in some ways to like. It's really exciting like especially when when you start to get become an the authority on something and people start to look to you and ask questions and it's you know people think that it would actually inflate your ego but that would destroy you what a healthy relation to this is really to what you're talking about is to be humble and serve them and it's interesting that you've you've discovered that on your journey with your failures ears and your desires and then yeah we wanted to do this. I wanted to that but then ended up starting this other great company look where I am today and I think the one of the key things is visibility is credibility. Credibility is what you're saying. Yeah Yeah for sure and just you know really get to know as many people as you possibly can and do good good stuff for as many people as you can. People will get to learn what it is that you do and you know once you have you know five hundred thousand ten thousand people all that no what you do and develop a little bit of a reputation for being that thing you're set for life. You really really are at the goal so so just like again. You know I'm a big fan of Bob Berg. I just go give her just Joe. Just start doing nice things for people bowl and you where you where you plant your seeds is not necessarily where you'll grow your harvest but by planting those seeds it's it's inevitable notable you know with the seasons of life you will get th you know exactly what you need. you know by the time it's all said and done might take a little while you might want it to happen a lot faster but just be patient. It'll I promise you. It's going to work out okay. You're going to get what you want or maybe you're going to get something. You didn't know you wanted. I won't say maybe I'm going to say definitely. You'RE GONNA. You're probably what wherever you're at in business today like five years from now as Brian. I going to be anything like what you're thinking. It's going to be like and that's okay open to that like I love that you know. I love that like studying being lucky. People lucky people just open to new ideas. They're open to people they like people. They're open to learning from other people and they put themselves in circumstances is where they can be around people that can do you know about around opportunities and yeah. I just say I could be doing something completely different in five years and I'm open to that yeah so it's just put put put put yourself in those those circumstances and let it happen. Let me can I ask you a personal question. I think you probably wrap up soon but there's something that I wanna ask. I interviewed another girl that sort of specialized in this as a coach and a it's me your really High Energy Guy Super Positive family. He's got the you got the Florida open caller going. It looks really good on you. You have a great smile mile. Have you ever burned out. Have you ever listen every day I get. I'm going to be on a rush because as you know I'm in my zone of genius right now. It's like teaching platform serving. You know sharing my wisdom experiences. That feels me more than anything so hello. I'm on. I'm on a high right now but I am tired every day and most of the day I'm tired a one thing that I heard and this was this was pretty I don I forget who said it but do it tired every entrepreneur every leader and so social media like live streaming. That's a big thing for me. I never WANNA livestream but I once I start doing it or I record that story or send that video out on linked or whatever always feel good about it afterwards and so podcasting like sometimes like oh my gosh. I got a running so I used to be a heavy dude. I was I used to be sixty pounds heavier than I am right now. Lost the weight started needed running ran. A marathon ran two marathons in fact. I don't think I'll ever round him again but but it was a really good experience because you learn that that what you gotTa do all the training leading up to is the hardest part actually running the marathon is it's just it happens in you know five hours or whatever and then it's done but but it's a training leading up to that really takes the sacrifice and so what I learned is that you don't have to go. You don't have to commit to going out and running five five miles. That's you don't have to commit to that but I do need to wake up and commit to putting on my running clothes and my running running shoes and then I have to commit to just you know strapping on my phone or whatever and just going outside and I don't even think about what's going to happen after that but I I I make micro commitments and so listen. I'm just going to commit to running to the end of the block and that's all I care about and then you know what happens once I get that I I you know three hundred hundred three hundred yards. I'm good. I'm in it then at that point and so so a lot the times here's what I do to psych myself out is like for example like I do for a lot of our sales follow up. I send video emails and video bomb bombs. One thing I've have learned to do is all I buy little whiteboard. No write their name on here so that I commit to doing that because I don't want to because it takes energy for me to record these videos and sometimes I'm like shoot. I gotTa do like fifteen of these like I got a lot of work and so I committed to doing the whiteboard then without even thinking about it I just hit record and then on kind of like deer in the headlights and I have to do it and so I try not to think about it too much. I just hit record and then I go and I do it. You know it's interesting that it's interesting that you talked about like the momentum of keeping promises to yourself off away like sometimes like you know my people will come to me in the say you know hey. I'm trying to diet or I'm trying to this and I have a three month plan and I said the one that you just make it a one day. Plan like so far away right and there's so many things that are going to happen to you in three months. Why don't we just just say that today. You're going to go for a run and you're gonNA. You'RE GONNA stay on whatever diet is that you want to stay on just today or maybe just for lunch and then reassess because there's a sense in which people on sabotage their own self for their own personal integrity with themselves by by creating mountains announced that are too hard to climb or something and when you say you know what. I'm just committing that tomorrow morning. There's my sneakers first thing in the morning. I'M GONNA put those running shoes on and when you do that what's next commitment okay. I'm going to go have a glass of water and then I'm going to put my thing on and it's like there's momentum to keeping deals with yourself yeah. It was like just like brushing you. It is everything is every goal every big goal that you want. It's the success it is. It's it's about the small activities day after day. Have you've heard this right and so everything that you wanNA. Do you gotta think about it the same way you think about brushing your teeth. It's it's just a non negotiable thing that you do once or twice a day and so because there's listen there's no consequences in the habit. It's develop develop. It's the habit that will do that and so you know so right for me like I know how I lost my weight. Is I have to create a calorie deficit visit and so you know today you know one thing. I've learned about myself. Intermittent fasting works for me like it's really easy for me to condense my time you come. You'll come up with hacks. It'll make it easier but again. It's Day to day and and you give yourself permission listen tomorrow if I don't want to do it. That's it's totally cool but for today today. This is what I'm committed to and I'm going to do it. The other thing too is like I tell people that when I'm talking to them it's like if you want to start off on a path like this book your breaking of that path in advance and don't make it too far into the future so if you want to diet and you want to say because I know a lot of people that are trying to lose weight or whatever and they say oh. You know what all but you know. I've been so good I'm going to I'm going to indulge now because the opportunity came and then they're off their diet again for another week but it's like book in advance. Make a date with yourself where you're going to go do that thing that you want to do and it's going to be not going to be three months. It's going to be on Thursday. Here's Day not in six months. Yeah yeah absolutely we get this a lot with like people who approach us and they're like hey can you you get connected with Gary V or Good Morning America or whatever and he has yeah of course we can okay but you know it's. It's really just a matter of are you ready for for that and most people are not hearing that you gotta earn that. Oh Yeah Yeah yeah absolutely good morning America's not GonNa talk to you until until you've already done other national TV for sure other national TV's knocking to talk to you until you've done major major market TV major major market TV. They're they're not going to talk to you until you've done mid market. Mid Markets not going to work with you until you spend a lot of small market so you can get there. I mean other people are there. How did they get it. They just earned their way. Hey there so it's it's the same thing for its again. That's a universal principle for a lot of stuff. you know you can get that body. You want you just gotTa earn it yeah and it's it's. It's you know you just spend the time grinding it out. You'll get there is modeling knowledge. He model somebody else. That has done it. You do the exact same the thing that they've done. That's our platform for up my influence game from sure all we do is we just provide for people what we did for ourselves and because we we know that it works meteoric rises are unhealthy people that shoot to the top very quickly often crash back down very quickly. It's true and it happens so rarely but especially as Americans North Americans will say we love that rags to riches thing and it's so alluring and and listen if you WanNa if you WANNA make a lot of money unfortunately it still works you know you could you can rent some fancy sports cars. You can live a lie but you can sell the dream. You can sell the fantasy and you know what you'll probably make some money because again. I can speak especially for Americans. May We love that. I don't understand you know many people. I've interviewed and and one of them. I had to get rid of it so common in America and it's to me. It's like I'm almost completely sick of it. If I hear it again is this I was living in my car high on drugs and I turn my life around and now I'm a three years later. I'm a millionaire and it's like so many Americans have that story but then you scratch a little bit in the surface and Oh it turns out that Oh you're living in your car because all the hotel rooms were sold out in the in in the city that we and ou reason why you're over there was because your mom didn't wanted you to go to graduate school and you didn't want to go. I don't like that that American Erkin Myth. I'm a Canadian is is kind of a false hope or meth for people. Yeah you listen and you will last. It's like in the olden days. You get away with living ally like that cannot do it. Today likes it. It's you can't do it like you. Just you got it. You just gotTa Trust. People are smart way smarter than than than you think the army. Everybody is super intelligent. We've got the Internet is GONNA. Give you access to answers about but anything you want. Including the true nature of someone like someone's GonNa know you're back on your history your story that information is going going to get out you. Just you gotta live you. GotTa live a little transparent and you gotta just say listen. I you know it's bumpy. It's rocky even today day like I still stress out about stuff like that yeah. I've got a nice sports car but I also have eighty thousand dollars in debt. I mean it's just you know you you gotTA. You know some things. You don't have to share everything but I'm just telling you that. I'm a believer that it's better to be you know err. We're on the side of authenticity. I'll just say it that way. I just down to see because people will feel they can absolutely feel when you're not being truthful or honest or authentic with them. You're not going to get away with it. We all have six cents. We are watching it. You see you're watching someone on TV in and you're like yeah like watching reality TV for example like man. There's something I don't like about that. What is it I don't know but I know that there's something like we all can feel. Oh that yeah. I think you gotta go authenticity over charisma every time yeah yeah yeah yeah right man. I know we are way over time. Ha 'cause I gotta go take Improv take a class in Improv short and and I did it for a year and it was one of the best years there's a in terms of my personal growth in being comfortable in front of people or in a group setting and the biggest thing that I learned was that I got to quiet that that that filter where my brain would say oh numero don't say the stupid people are GonNa think something you know that you're an idiot. If you say that like Improv teaches you to quiet that analytical mind and just trust that whatever whatever you say GonNa be fine and in it's weird because when you develop that level of trust I actually found that you so you know because my brain was able to work more fluidly a and I found that I was able to become a better teacher or more natural in in front of a camera or more natural on stage of Paco. Just go find a you know like they do meet meet ups and every big city look look Improv groups and just seriously commit to it every week for a year and you will forever be your you will forever be changed in terms of your social skills. It was really helpful for me and trust me. Watch might watch my youtube and you'll probably start to see okay. The little weird back here again a little bit more comfortable around about five six years ago. Hey Josh Elhage. Thanks for being a guest on the get a grip on life podcast Gasman you WanNa. Throw your website out through your website out there for the listeners yeah come. This connect got lots of free stuff. It's at up. My influence wins dot com things like if you need a press kit just copy mind. You don't need to contact me. Don't you don't even know need. Let me know I was there. Just on my Lincoln profile. 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Outed! Heres the Real Russia Scandal. # 982

The Dan Bongino Show

1:06:19 hr | 2 years ago

Outed! Heres the Real Russia Scandal. # 982

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host, Dan Bongino. I Dan Bongino, shall we got a road show for you today? I don't skip days when I travel or take vacations, and this is the most important show I've done for you in a very, very long time. It is the capstone project to a work project me Paula Joe two seven nine a lot of other great internet. Researchers out there have done the work. The media is left out in the spy, gay case is finally come together. I have a, a nuclear explosion for you today on this case from working on it all week started about Tuesday in conjunction with my source again. Hat tip to my buddy two seven nine out there. And finally on Friday. We're ready put it out here it is. And I'm gonna lay it out for you and the whole show, I tried to explain this to Paula less than we were out to dinner here in LA. That's, that's this is the hotel room in the background. Russian collusion folks is very real. We can now confirm it finally Russian collusion is real it happened. And it most definitely happened in conjunction with the Obama administration. Stay tuned. We're going to nail these guys to the wall today. I promise you all right today show brought to you by our buddies at Genucell listen. We love Genucell in my family, my mother-in-law uses it. My wife uses it, one of the greatest skin products out there. We absolutely love the product. Here's a here's an Email, we get. Hey, I wish this double chin, which is go away. Well, it will your wishes our command with Genucell is outrageous extended mother's day sale. They're extending the mother's day sale for you. Double chins, sagging. Joe lines and Turkey necks, real problems up until now. Introducing the new Genucel Joe line treatment formulated with MD L technology, Robin s from Lubbock, Texas wrote, I put that Joe line cream on my neck about two or three days ago. It's the best. My neck is looked in over twenty years. Several people told me my face looks young. I am blown away show. You could use expensive a harsh treatments to look younger but why would you do that for this week only get the Genucel Joe line treatment? It's yours absolutely free. When you order the classic Genucell for I bags and puffiness, and with instant effects you see the. In twelve hours, guaranteed or your money back, go to Genucel dot com. That's Genucel dot com or text the word young. It's the opposite of old because that's how you look techs young two seven seven four five three. And for a limited time, Shamanee will include a second surprise luxury gift free text, young two seven seven four five three or visit Genucel dot com. That's Jen you sell dot com. Okay. By the way, if you're looking for producer Joe he's here, he is just we can't bring him in on the audio because he's back in Maryland. And in what is rush call? Mark the ice station zebra up, Mark Stein. He's an ice station. Zebra up in Maryland where Los Angeles, but he is here. So he's listening and checking the whole thing out. Okay. I want to start with this piece of sound and video. Now I know I played this yesterday, but it is important to set up when I told you keep in mind, the lead of our story today. Dan bar, Gino show today again, I'm taking credit for this. It's just called the Dan Bongino show, but in conjunction with a lot of people collusion is real. Unfortunately, the Democrats accused Donald Trump of collusion when we now. No, we can confirm for you today that the Obama administration and their CIA and FBI entities. And their sources weren't fact, working with or using high level Russians to influence our campaign. Now, you think that's what trae gatty was talking about, when trae Gaddi said, this is it a general lack of curiosity? Or is it something else? I think it's incredibly classified. I mean, I think it is classified at the highest levels. I mean, stopping Michael Horowitz couldn't access it. He's the inspector general who wrote the definitive accounting of the Clinton Email investigation. But even he couldn't access this information is held in the possession of a really small discrete number of people, but Chris rate is on that list. I personally think that information is going to inform. My fellow citizens that the Russian threat was far more than just a threat against the Democrats. It was a threat to our Republic. So for that reason for a unifying. Season. I think the information to extend it can be should be released without jeopardising relationships with allies. So let's be clear tray out. He's saying this information out there, so sensitive, it only a few people have seen it, and it involves Russians and potentially friendly foreign intelligence partners. What could that possibly mean? It's so sensitive that it's going to shake people, it's going to shock people, and that it indicates that there may have been Russians and working with a friendly partners. Let's lay it out for you, folks. Here it is his we found earlier in the week. And I'm actually surprised that more. People didn't see this, and I have to say, I'm a little bit embarrassed for some of the media folks who have missing the biggest story of our time. I and to give a hat tip here, Chuck Ross, I think put a piece out on this last night, too and a daily call. I'm not taking anything away from Chuck. I'm not trying to scoop his work. But just, you know, I never do that. That we need to be I try to be right here hat tip. The Chuck, but we also we will working on this earlier in the week on Tuesday. I was hinting to it on Twitter and Matt Palumbo has a piece up about this today. Here's what I'm talking about. When about to show you are the notes. If you've been following this show this whole week. These are the notes from a State Department officials interview with Christopher Steele, ten days before steals information is used by the FBI to get a FIS. A follow me. Very simple. Christopher Steele is a foreign intelligence agent hired by the Clinton campaign to develop negative information on Trump. The FBI is using steel as a page source it is steals information that is then used in a warrant to spy on the Trump team. It's as simple as that the problem here be still tells the FBI repeatedly. He is only talking to them, keep in mind, he's a paid FBI source to he's being paid by Hillary. A Hillary's team. And he's being paid by the FBI no problem. There folks. Nothing to see there. But he's telling them that he's only talking to the people paying him, fusion GPS, who are being paid by Hillary and the FBI he's not telling them that he's talking to anyone else, but ten days before the FBI swears that is information is true. He gives an interview to Kathleen Cavaliers at the State Department, forgive me for that setup. And I know it's redundant for some of you following this week. But it's important, these are the notes and in the notes hat tip to my buddy. We found this little piece of information that may be of interest to you. Here's the notes notice where we circled it here. Notice the name that's on these notes that circled next to the word sources. Now my buddy who's been helping me through this. We had a tough time deciphering that because Kathleen cavalier writes, like a doctor, I wish she would have thought like one the State Department official air. Now we know the one below because I dressed in earlier in the week in the show, and I'll get to that we're gonna actually wrap the show today with this guy. The one below you'll see sources. They're the one below. Surkov Surkov, who's a Russian deeply connected to bladder may Putin. All we got a Jim on that, at the end of the show. But the name above, we had a bit of a tough time with finally, we figured out what it was. The name is trip. Nick off Vladimir of lack of trip Nick off depending on what I name he uses trim, Nick off was one of Christopher Steele sources. So Christopher Steele, sources or the sources. He's spying spying on himself or gathering information on it really doesn't matter in this case, because he's getting information from them, whether he spying on them, or they're feeding him information. Our two Russians intimately tied. To flat. Amir Putin, ladies and gentlemen. Do you understand the entire time? With the Democrats have been accusing president of Trump President Trump. They are absolutely guilty of themselves. We have been asking for now. Two years in this investigative work, we've been doing on this case me in the in the circle of people that are surrounding me. And I work with we have been asking ourselves for two years. Who were Christopher Steele sources remember in the dossier in the information? He cites a Russian intelligence sources Kremlin connected sources. But he never gives up the names, the two names, he gave up to Catholic, which we just discovered. Now, now, we know why they were hiding these notes, by the way, these notes never became public, Devin, newness, and all of them investigating this case they've been looking for these notes, and they've been hiding them. They only came about recently because of a foia requests from citizens United now. We know why because his Kremlin connected. Sources aren't good guys who turned on the Russian Republic. These aren't good guys at all. These are Putin. Connected people who were feeding disinformation, too Christopher Steele, knowing that it'll be used impact our election. Ladies and gentlemen, now. What's the big picture, what's going on here? Let me explain why Trubnikov and Surkov as deal sources are is so so devastating. Ladies and gentlemen. It's now pretty clear. See, I don't have Joe here to give me the Papa you. Tell me if this makes sense you're Cepal sitting over there off my left shoulder, she's producing from the road here. What we are clearly witnessing. Here is a parallel construction scheme so headline number one, the Russians now, trim, Nick often Cirque off are clearly colluding with people paid by Hillary Clinton. Christopher Steele in the fusion GPS team to get Russian disinformation into our court system to spy on political opponents. In other words, collusion, interferes election. It absolutely happened with the Democrats. There's no doubt about this any longer. No one's disputing these memos are genuine and these notes by Catholic. So that's headline number one collusion, real, except this, the Democrats. Headline number two, what was really going on here? Show you ever heard of parallel construction? Parallel construction. I, I was trying to explain it to my wife last night at dinner as I said, before is it's, it's the wrong thing to do this is not. But let's say in law enforcement, you have a source you're using to investigate a drug case. But your source is not viable. He lies a lot. He's not going to be credible in court. He's made stuff up. He's got a drug problem self so you don't know if he's reading a guy out to get out of a drug debt. But his, his information, he's given you. You're not sure if it's reliable he's doing it because he's a mercenary himself. So what do you do in a parallel construction scheme? By the way, says totally unethical and illegal you then get that information to be somehow transmitted to another source. You knows reliable whatever priests the guy you trust or something like that in the neighborhood, and you tell the court, you got the information from from whatever the priest or the CEO of a company who's, who's a big social guy. Does does a lot of stuff? He's got a great reputation. You tell the court, you got it from the from the CEO, not from the dirt bag drug guy. Meanwhile, all you did was have the drug. I tell the CEO the information does that make sense. Paula she not your head and approve. Okay. That's a parallel construction scheme where you get information from shady source, you intend to use you give it to someone else. And you tell them to parallel at the same time to, to use that information, and we'll pretend they came from you in an effort to bypass the verification process. Ladies and gentlemen, I no longer have any doubts as what I've been setting up for you the whole week, especially since Monday show with the Coen, prog thing. They were doing a parallel construction scheme. Here's what I mean by this. We now have a connection between the spy gate scandal and the dossier scandal in the steel scandal. There we've been we've been trying to connect the fon, how for the spider, this dossier scandal for, for weeks now for months of practically since Chuck Ross broke the story, at the daily caller, what last year Stefan, help it was the spy spying on Trump t- members. We've been looking for a connection between all the players so just that I don't want to confuse anybody. We're still talking about parallel construction, but in order for them, this will make sense in a second to parallel constructive story, and reconstructed with viable source, they had to get it away from the original source, I you may say well in your analogy who's the drug dealer, bad source that they were trying to hide. The russians. Trubnikov and Surkov. You can't make allegations at Trump's colluding with the Russians while you're colluding with Russians to get information about Trump colluded with the Russian. You think? This makes sense. Now, do you see where we're going with this? They were getting the information from Russians the whole time. Now, you may say how's that? Then you just mentioned, how per and spying on the Trump team we have no evidence yet. Oh, we do that. That was connected to steal using his information. So let me set up where I'm going with this, and Email me feedback. On today's show, I wanna see how I did because this is the capstone project who are work. And by the way to focus on my second book, I can't say it enough. We've really were exonerated. That's the title of books available on Amazon. Please pick it up. This is what we've been working on. On one hand, John Brennan and the intelligence agencies essential tells agency and the foreign people and the foreign intelligence agencies at work in with friendly's. On one hand. They're getting this information from haufer. How are knows Travnik off, but they have to clean it. They have to clean the information remember a year and a half ago. I told you about the information laundering scandal, they have to clean the information because they can't walk into a US court and say, a Russian intelligence connected official at the highest levels Trubnikov is giving us information about Donald Trump. So they have to launder it. So what are they do? They go and find another store source. They've worked with before Christopher Steele, who's worked with the FBI on the soccer corruption case and does have verified work history. They have the same information launder. Do Christopher Steele, Steele hides, who the information came from up until he unbelievably in a stupid move tells cavalier about it. They launder it through steel. Who's a useful idiot steel gives them the information and the FBI can walk into court and say, hey, we're using a reliable source for this. This is how we've heard this before in the past. So I understand what I'm saying the Central Intelligence agencies on one path Brennan, and I don't wanna say the CIA because this really was Brennan operation. I shouldn't say that the folks on the ground are no, I believe relatively little, if any involvement in this, I think this is really Brennan marshalling, this operation Brennan wants to set him up. Brennan wants to set him up. So he gets the information and they get the information from Halpern others. They then have to clean it through steel here. Let me go let me get to these screen shots. So I can show you what we're talking about here. Here's a piece in two thousand eighteen by Sarah Carter. This is important. Follow me here. Sour corridor wrote this back in two thousand eighteen. He's talking about a whistle blower. Actor Pentagon, who was quote battling to save his career the Pentagon suspended this guy love, and your Adam Levinger, who when he exposed to an internal review. That's the fon helper, who is an emeritus Cambridge. Professor had received roughly one million taxpayer money to write foreign policy reports for the defense department. So just to be clear, we're setting up here. It's the fon helper is connected to trip. Nikolov to trim, Nick off who steal source. He says, he's the source in the note while Stefan helper is spying for the for Brennan's people and foreign Intel on Trump t- members popadopoulos and Carter page, it goes on. Sarah Carter continue centerpiece, how her along with Richard. Dear love this is the name is gonna come up against this greatest story ever told left the Cambridge intelligence seminar in two thousand sixteen saying they were concerned about Russian influence. How per had told reporters at the time that it was due to unacceptable Russian influence. Let me translate that paragraph. Right. Sarah quarter, saying here that Stefan helper, the spy who is spying on popadopoulos. Remember, they're getting information from Trubnikov. I believe however, and steal. But they got along the rip through steel because they can't say it came from Treblinka. So they have to use a verify source and the can't walk helper into court how out of he's a CIA source. No one wants to think the CIA spying on Trump. Am I confused look at MIT Paula mica fees, naming the FBI can't walks, the fon Halpern CIA source into court and say, hey, we're spying on the Trump team? So they have to pretend they got the information from this innocent. Bystander Christopher Steele, who was verified source in the past you getting that Trump, Nick off is clearly an ally to help her. Go back to that Sarah Carter pieces. Second. Ironically, a documents obtained by Sarah quarter dot com suggests that Howard also invited senior Russian intelligence officials to co teach his course on several occasions. And according to news reports also accepted money to finance the course from. A top Russian oligarch with ties to Putin all while isn't that keep that up isn't this absolutely special. So this intelligence community connected spies, the fon help who spying on the Trump team Carter page and Papua we have no doubt he reaches out to them. He's trying to get information for them. He is spying. He is a spy spying on the tree trees, deep connections to the American intelligence community is also teaching a course where they're taking money to finance the cards from Russian Allah guards connected to Putin o-. Oh, it gets better. Who's teaching the course with? It goes on several course syllabi from twenty twelve to twenty fifteen of tain by this outlet reveal how per hadn't had invited and co taught his course, on intelligence with the former director of Russian intelligence General Vladimir trib Nick off. Isn't that special? So the spy how her who is spying on the Trump team is an associate of professional associate of Ladimir trip Nick off a high ranking Russian Intel person who we now know was also a source for Christopher Steele, who was a source for the FBI. Folks, I know the visuals were l'estrange being in a hotel room here with me. Hold on the Mike. But I want you to think about that for a second. And I want you to think about it in terms of how fundamentally uncured. Are pathetic. Grotesque American media is. Now. Sarah, inner peace in two thousand eighteen couldn't report on the trip Nick offs. Theo connection she reported on the steel, excuse me, the Trubnikov helper, connection because nobody knew because remember the interview Steele gives with cavalier, ten days before the F, B I swears out the war in October of two thousand sixteen to spy on Trump. We didn't have the notes until three weeks ago. It's not Sarah records fault you to know that connect. Nobody knew. Now, you may say, Dan wise. Nobody in the media reporting on this. Well, because they were kind of a joke, I gotta tell you. I'm really disappointed, and people who are I can't believe people aren't picking up the story. We reported on Monday that Christopher Steele, the so-called reliable stores for the FBI. I couldn't even remember his own Coen, prog story. Nobody picked it up. And you may say you sound. But I'm not I'm not bitter show goes crazy. We, we actually sadly, Paula Reid of mine line about this. We make money off other media people. Not reporting on it because why people then come to our show. We did like four five hundred thousand views on Monday. So it's in my personal financial interest for no one in the media to pick up our stories but it's not in my interest in liberty and freedom and interest in the constitutional public and it's not just a talking point. And I'm not trying to be flowery or hyperbolic, we can't do this alone. It's like us Chuck Ross Jeff Carlson, two seven nine. Lee smith. Sarah Carter, John Salomon nobody. I mean, we we, we don't have a following big enough to get this out, where are you people? How are you missing this, how is this not a breaking Chiron every media outlet all over the country right now that one of the heads of Russian intelligence was a source for the FBI your see the notes? Are you missing this? My gosh is this disappointing now. This is what we've been working on with, with our sources all week to it gets better. Folks, we already knew about a lot of this. We just didn't know that steals source was Nick often, how deep this one the fact that Russian Intel was feet of I mean like this people connected to Putin, where feeding intelligence where FBI to spy on Trump is the story of the millennium. Being ignored. To take a quick break and get back to this today show also brought to you by buddies at brickhouse nutrition. They make the finest nutrition supplements on the market. 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You gotta eat your fruits and vegetables, get your fruits and vegetables, sheri- today, brickhouse nutrition dot com slash Dan. Pick up field of greens. It's called field greens, brickhouse. Nutrition dot com slash Dan. You won't regret it. Okay moving on now. I said to you before the break there that we've known about a lot of this for awhile, Sarah, Carter's under understood a long time ago. There was a trip Nick off connection. We just didn't understand how deep again I like the hat tip every. Nobody make sure everybody gets her appropriate you Byron York as well. Who have credited a lot who does amazing work at the Washington Examiner. Also reported a while back on the testimony of Christopher Simpson. These are all twenty eighteen stories. Now, this is important a the keep saying, Christopher forgive me a guy knew from the secret service. Glenn Simpson Glenn Simpson from fusion, GPS, forgive me, you don't have to send me an Email. I know it's Glenn. I get the mole time. This is a Byron York piece may thirtieth of two thousand eighteen headline what Glenn Simpson said about that, quote, human source and tried the Trump campaign. Let me set this up because now all these articles, Sarah card is in Byron York are going to make a world of sense. And now that we know Treblinka off who's the all source. Okay. York was reporting back on twenty eighteen about Glenn Simpson Glenn Simpson. The fusion GPS directors being paid by Hillary to gen up the negative information on Trump steel works for Simpson. We're pretty clear on that, but just to make the connections here. Christopher Steele is working for Simpson. Simpson went up to Capitol Hill gave under oath. Testimony up on Capitol Hill, and he said some things that clearly disturbed some people, and then he caught himself and try to backtrack. Now, I usually don't put this many screen shots from one piece. But this is important because York's piece from two thousand eighteen I'm going to go through five specific screen shots from it now, the whole thing is gonna make sense. Let's go to screen shot number one here, Byron York. She says, although his questioners at the time didn't know what he was talking about fusion GPS chief Glenn Simpson. Raised eyebrows on August twenty seconds, seventeen. When he listened to this, when he told the Senate Judiciary committee, investigators that the FBI had a human source inside the Trump campaign. It's still not clear. What Simpson meant was he referring to the fon, however, by the way, I think that's pretty clear now, now, recognizes, an FBI informant tried to insinuate himself in the Trump campaign or was it someone else congressional investigators still don't know. But in light of the attention paid to helper. It's still worth going over precisely what Simpson said last year. This is important. Now Simpson was talking to investigators about Christopher Steele. That's all these questions, originated, the former British spy retained to produce what became known as the dossier steelhead contacts within the FBI from Prec previous work again, important because of the stabbed his steel, if you're going to launder information through steel, this is important. You want a guy who's worked with you before and Simpson told the interviews that at the height of the campaigns the oh, met with FBI officials in Rome. Okay. So they're talking about steel, and its some point Glenn Simpson slips and says there was a human source spy inside the Trump campaign. Nobody knew at the time they thought it may have been helper. It goes on screen channel. Number two. Then Simpson said the F B I officials had something else by which to evaluate steals material intelligence, the bureau had gotten from a source inside the Trump campaign, this keep that up, please. This is. Critical. Because now what the F B. Said to Simpson was the information you're giving us through steel who's working with Simpson, the, you know, the P tape, the Russian collusion all this stuff the information you're getting. Quote, we've also gotten from a source inside the Trump campaign. Wow. It's corroborated. Look, ladies and gentlemen, parallel construction. They're getting the story from Brennan Central Intelligence Agency assets. But they're getting the same story from Christopher Steele. It's from the same people. The bureau does a. No. This. They're telling Glenn Simpson. Oh, we're getting the same stuff from a source inside the Trump campaign goes on, essentially, what's this is Simpson talking? Essentially, what Steele told me was that they had other intelligence about this matter from an internal Trump campaign source. And my understanding was that they believe Chris talking about steel at this point that they believe Chris's information might be credible because they had other intelligence that indicated this same thing. And one of those pieces of intelligence was a human source from inside the Trump organization, she was that's human source. The fun. How who happens to be working with the exact same Russian Intel guy, who's feeding information to Christopher Steele, ladies and gentlemen. We got played for idiots by the Russians and the stupid, Democrats and hapless leadership at the FBI, and the just grotesque John Brennan fell right into the trap, because they hated Trump so much. You understand that last quote, right? You understand how important that was right? The FBI is telling steel as he's giving them the information he's getting from. Trubnikov. He's they're telling steel. Oh, we have the same information from a human source. It's the guy working with trip Nick off, how per he worked with them at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. They worked together. They didn't figure this out. They didn't want to figure it out. They go on at the end just put up that second one again fume. The next question was obvious, and now they're asking Simpson. And did you have any understanding then or now as to who that human intelligence source may have been from inside the Trump campaign at this point? Simpson's lawyer next one steps in clearly freaked out Simpson's lawyers, Josh Levy steps in and says he's going to decline to answer that question. On what basis they say Simpson speaks up security? He says this is classic go to the next one. So Simpson now realizes they're going to ask him. Hugh this, who this human intelligence source inside the campaign is. Simpson, clearly knows probably however. Simpson. Then response, I don't want to answer the question for security reasons. And here's this other answer. He goes into detail here. We had been really careful. I was really careful to this process, not to ask a lot of specific sourcing questions. Simpson explain this just epic. There are some things I know that I just don't feel comfortable sharing, because obviously, it's been in the news. A lot lately that people who get in the way of the Russians tend to get hurt. The Simpson know that haufer is working with Nick off. Was Glenn Simpson, so eager, Glenn Simpson, author of the two thousand seven Wall Street Journal piece that reads suspiciously, like the dossier was Glenn Simpson. The movie script author will, we've been calling the movie script for those new listeners, Glenn Simpson wrote a piece in the Wall Street Journal in two thousand and seven two thousand seven two thousand seventeen that reads almost exactly like the dossier, the same players appear Manafort, there, a pasta their pastas ended the dossier, but the same players the same allegations of influence in the United States with Simpson's so eager to believe his own movie, script was he so. Inspector gadget that he'd figured this whole thing. Ao. That he disregarded, any journalistic moral ethical standards whatsoever. And ignored the fact that the source and tried the Trump campaign, most likely helper was working with Russians who were feeding him a noticeable disinflation lies. And now the reason he's worried about outing the source is because he's worried that the Russians are going to come after him for safety reasons. Folks, this Byron York piece, by the way, all all of these pieces, including Matt Palumbo piece, which we've been putting together the he's my researcher at Bongino dot com. We work together. All of these pieces are at the show notes today and I've said it a lot. But if you're not reading the show notes today, you're not going to get this stuff anywhere else I put together five or six articles made a little like compendium here of Carter pieces. Your piece they're older pieces and a match piece and a couple of new ones from today. If you read these five or six pieces in conjunction with the show, this entire case makes sense. Remember, let's go back to the beginning. So it all makes sense. We don't lose each other, what we are talking about now is a confirm Russian collusion, conspiracy by people within the Obama administration intelligence sources Brennan's people. The FBI paid sources all colluding to get information from one common theme. Russian Intel connected, people who were feeding a bunch of garbage collusion's real. And they obviously were laundering, this information from Russian Intel people through a source they'd used in the past to make it seem like it had been corroborated. When, in fact, it was the same information I have no doubt anymore that it was how passing this information from Trubnikov and informing on them, and then they get the same trip Nick off information from steel in the FBI thinks this is legitimate. Byron York goes on one last part of this. I Simpson said the FBI informant volunteered for the job, a person who decided to pick up the phone and joined the investigation. So keep in mind if he's talking about how her and I've heard this from other sources on the inside that how Pearl let's say is the best way to frame. This may have been freelancing remember, Devin Nunes, who's been investigating this from the start has been clear that no official television intelligence was used to start this case. That's critical keep this up from the this is the last piece from York. This is from York's piece the less Nipah from York's piece. They slide all make sense if you put what put two and two together what I'm talking about here. Newness has repeatedly stated that no official intelligence was used to start this investigation. In other words was this some kind of black ops, folks? I don't mean that some deep light Terminator two kind of way. Let sound also fisted. I just don't know any other way to describe it. If Stefan helper is gathering information from Trubnikov, and Russians, and Surkov and steals gathering information from trib, Nick often Surkov Russians Intel connected Russians connected like this to Putin. But none of it is formalized. There's no CI numbers there's no case open in the CIA. There's no formal cooperation. It's all being done through back black channels than what other way to describe it again. I'm not trying to sound dramatic call it what you want a black op and unregistered op. You know, I don't care a back of the envelope. It doesn't matter to me. I'm not trying to sound dramatic. I'm just trying to tell you when you read that this snippet again, from York. Now, this makes sense in conjunction with the Intel, I've received from my sources, which are very good on this. That haufer was freelancing. Stefan, however, was doing for some had a bug against Trump. Now it makes sense. Simpson says the FBI informant volunteered for the job. He picked up the phone and joined the investigation non official channels. Keep it all quiet. Don't put anything on paper, second, since it did not say, whether he knew who the FBI informant was Simpson's said, the FBI told the that such informed exist in suggested that he Simpson at some point learn the identity, there are some things I know I just don't feel comfortable sharing Simpson said, but Simpson did not say definitively in the Senate questions did not press finally Simpson claim that the informant supplied information that corroborated the Steele dossier. And several months later, then FBI director James Komi called the dossier unverified. Now. It gets better parallel construction. Remember same story. Same Russians hide the Russians get the Russian information to help her. But then pretend it came from Steele, swear to it and make it all look at not only that will pretend they came from steel, and then we'll say it's corroborated by the information, we got to help her even though they got it from the same Russians. Now here's what makes us even more suspicious here. Turn it into my notes today. Show at Amman a little hotel pet this we've been all night, working on this. I literally folks, are we say, literally literally, the most overused, where the English language I literally lost two hours sleep over this because I've been so anxious about getting this out to you since Wednesday. But I wanted to make sure we nailed this story to the wall. So again, we gotta get scooped a little bit by Chuck Ross last night. But that's cool. I, I mean at Chuck's fantastic. Fantastic reporter who broke the helper story deserves all the kudos in the world item, not trying to be like, we got it first, but we have been working on it since earlier in the week, thanks to a tip from trusted source, you know who you are who was just wonderful. But moving on from this now, so keep in mind, we're talking about, again, we're talking about two separate pass forking paths for the exact same information at all goes back to Russians Trubnikov and Surkov these are Russian disinformation experts who are feed. Information through multiple channels knowing political slobs in the United States are going to suck. This fake information up the spy on Trump, which the right you may say, well, why would the Russians do that because they like to mess with us and stupid people fall for it? You don't believe me. Wait. Till wait till I in the shower and this show. Don't go anywhere. Wait these in the show, I will tie it all up for you. But it case you think well, Dan, you know what real evidence do we have that? How was getting information from Trubnikov how spy on the Trump team is potentially feeding it to his Intel sources? Folks, how per was was teaching a course which Rybnik off. They were teaching together at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. How is the key to this whole thing? Now, there's a piece from the telegraph 'cause you may okay, you still have so that they know each other. We don't even though it says Trump Nick off was a source for how do we know? He was a source for helper. From the telegraph, this is fascinating. Again. Another older piece. It's all in the show notes today. So you can read it Cambridge spy seminars hit by whispers of Russian links as three intelligence experts resign. Okay. Hold out time out. How for teachers he's a spy teaches at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. The Cambridge intelligence shaman are conveniently in December of two thousand sixteen which is after the election, I believe, November December. Yes. That is in fact, correct, December twenty six days after the election. So they now find Trump went after Trump wins suspiciously. Three people resigned from this Cambridge intelligence seminar saying, hey, the Russians have infiltrated we gotta go, who's one of those three people. Let's go to the peace, quote from the piece this time, it's not aspiring at the center of injury, but rather suggestions. That Kremlin operatives may be targeting a seminar program. This is the telegraph, by the way, folks, a left leaning alad, the concerns emerged after a number of experts unexpectedly resigned from their positions at the Cambridge intelligence seminar and academic form on the western spy world, the men former m I six chief Richard, dear love, Stefan, helper. A former policy advisor at the White House and historian Pete. For Marlin are sent to have left amid concerns that the Kremlin is behind the newly established intelligence journal which provides funding to the group. Mr. helper told earlier reports that his decision to step down was due to quote unacceptable Russian influence on the group. Oh. So just to be clear for the liberals listening and the media people because you both display an equal degree of idiocy and anti-american garbage lately, trying to cover up the biggest scandal in American history. So we spy spying on the Trump team ever have valid. They thought of spy listened shut your mouth. You guys are just morons. So to the moron class, I'm talking to people with a brain now. So the spies, the fun house, but was a spy, which is Bill Barr says an acceptable English word to describe what, what, what help or did helper is a Central Intelligence Agency connected spy with decades of doing this is not new. He teaches a class with a Russian who's become a source for disinflation used by the FBI to spy on the Trump team. He teaches a class with him after Trump gets elected. And how at that point is clearly a wrapping up as spying operation on the Trump team. Because now he finds out he's president, by the way tries to get a job with the Trump team later probably to cover his own tracks, how. Her then quits the intelligence seminar. He's teaching with the Russian who's become a source for this information citing unacceptable Russian influence. Don't worry media people don't look into this at all. There is no connection there whatsoever. Don't you worry? You all go to bed with your s'mores than your mala Mars have your milk and cookies at night, and continue with covering, how orange man bad all the time, because you're really a disgrace the humankind, you had one job to report. The facts you're blowing the biggest story of our time. And I'm telling you how I don't understand how other media outlets are reporting on this either you have a note by Catholic indicating that a Russian Intel guy, Putin's right, hand guy is been reporting on the Trump team and was a primary source used for the dossier and was a source for help or two based on helpers own statements on acceptable Russian influence. I gotta get out of here from who trim Nick off. That's the guy you were working with. And you're not interested in the story. Are you this stupid? Even worse, because you may say, well, Dan, how do we know this was all being coordinated and these guys all knew each other? Because you may logically be saying 'cause I try to give you point counterpoint and think through this logically and do the homework that the media people won't you may be saying yourself. Okay. So based on the facts, you laid out how for teachers with Trubnikov helpers and intelligence guy, how per, no, obviously, no trip, Nick offenses, accepted money from the Russian government for his scores after Trump's elected, he quits, and himself, he cites unacceptable Russian influence from the same guy who's the source. I think it's reasonable to infer the evidence is pretty overwhelming at this point that helper was getting inflammation, we're getting played by trip Nick off. And feeding information to his intelligence connections. But you may say you still haven't made the connection between how parents steel in other words, if they're, laundering, the information, policy me here because Joe's not here to be the ombudsman. If this doesn't make sense. You may say to yourself. Okay. So they're getting the information from trim, Nick off. And how passing it to US Intel who are using it to hammer the Trump team. And then the FBI is getting it from Steele. But where's the connection here between how her and steal, ladies and gentlemen, when I think makes this? Which I think makes this even worse 'cause still doesn't have to know what's helper that helper as the information to. But if he does it makes the case where she may be saying why in a funk confusing. You like is a little confusing. Glenn Simpson in that Byron York piece is insisting to congress that the information steel has been corroborated by another source. If steel doesn't know, Trubnikov is feeding the same information from helper. He may not be lying. The Omay think is information is true, even though he's getting it from trip Nick off, because he doesn't know trim, Nick off, gave it to help her, and they're hearing there's a spy, and he's got this information. That's your exact same information is that you get that, that makes sense. Still may legitimately believed. That is information is correct. Because the FBI is telling him it's correct now. Ladies and gentlemen, OPEL leave that for one minute. There's a connection between steel and how per which says to me that steel as he's giving this information to the FBI that getting from Dink off or about Trump, Nick off. It doesn't matter. They're clearly know that they're being watched. And they're giving information steal you. Get what I'm saying? It doesn't matter of nickel. If Steele was even spying on Trubnikov. It doesn't matter from Nick off knows steel is listening to what he's saying and he's feeding them information. It's like he's listening over my shoulder pretend these not there and let's talk, let's talk about some stuff, so hotel the other guy. There's a connection here. What's the connection? The connection is Richard. Dear love. Now, again, had tipped the Chuck Ross who had the story last night, too, but he had an older piece, which, again is in the show notes today as you read this, this, all makes sense. So let me be clear, what we're trying to establish that's where wind a little bit. I Russians definitely colluded with the Democrats. We now know that we now know that second that there was a Russian source used for Christopher Steele. They tried to hide steel slips talks about it in this in this interview with Kathleen Catholic, but steel seems to insist that the information's corroborated because there's other information out there that sounds, the same, but he doesn't tell people that he probably knows the information came from how, how does he know how for he knows them from your love? Here's an older Chuck Ross peace, and they'll start to put this together. It'll make a little bit more sense. Now. So Chuck Ross piece from the daily caller. Here's a this is a good one being the show notes today. Let me go to the first screen shot from it. Of like shooting, title, a piece, former British spy, masters flown under the radar and Russia probe. Despite links to key figures, Chuck Ross from last year. I, I part of the peace, dear love Richard, dear love who let's be clear. Absolutely. No is how they teach us class together. Do you love? Also has vouched for Christopher Steele couple snippets from the peace. Do you love who served as chief of I six from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand four had contact with the twenty sixteen campaign with dossier author, Christopher Steele? Oh he did. So Richard, dear love who teaches the class with how her with the Russian Trubnikov. Could dear love teaches the class, they both resigned because they feel like they've been unduly influenced by the Russians do you love? No steel to. He's also a close colleague of Stefan, or the alleged FBI informant who established contact with several Trump campaign advisors. Do you love and a helper? Attended a camp, Cambridge political event in July two thousand sixteen where how per had is first contact with campaign advisor Carter page who just magically happens to appear in the dossier. So the former British spy master who heads a key, British intelligence agency. Now, by the way, it is. Donald Trump's statement. Hey, we're going to delay on redacting the report because, you know, the United Kingdom and others, some friendlies are going to be upset about it. Ladies and gentlemen, the United Kingdom intelligence people working with the Russians to. I have no doubt. I will be banned from the United Kingdom forever after the show. But that's okay. Nothing against the people over there. I love them. But gosh, people in your government with access to power really screwed up. So do you love also at an event with Carter page? Carter page, who is the focus of steals dossier. Do you love? No steel. He knows how do you love unquestionably in my mind? Now, no, some of this information is coming from Trubnikov the guy teach the class with a Cambridge. And he knows the pret-. He knows steel. From the piece. The retired British spy master also hosted along with Halpern event at Cambridge in two thousand fourteen attended by Michael Flynn, who served at the time is the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. What did I tell you folks in a show over a year ago? This is not about Trump. You may be saying now you're really confusing me. No, I'm not. I have insisted to regular listener since episode six twenty eight on which started this whole thing where the source I contacted us. So we got started. I've insisted to you that what the what they are covering up here, the media and their democrat Powell's. What they are covering up is a massive spying scandal. That was not only about Donald Trump. What does that have to do with this snippet? We just put up, ladies and gentlemen. They targeted Mike Flynn and twenty fourteen. Donald Trump wasn't even running for president. The Obama administration was using black op type spy scandal, spy people in spy connections, to gather information, and sabotage the careers of their political opponents. Donald Trump was just an addition to their resume of people they tried to take out. The piece goes on. Dear love. And how her again they teach the course with the Russian Trubnikov do you love and are reported to have expressed concerns about Flynn's contacts at the event, which fit Lana Lakoba a Russian born student at Cambridge. Those warnings were somehow shared with American intelligence, so dear Levin, helper, ratting on Mike Flynn for talking to a Russian woman, and event. Meanwhile, there's no indications whatsoever that any of this stuff was on toward anything who were they sharing this with, why would they be sharing it on Flynn because Flynn was an enemy of the Obama administration. Flynn hated the Iran deal. He called out the Iran deal from the start, it was the Obama administration's capstone project for their foreign policy, agenda and Flint, hated it. And he was the head of the DIA. So instead of firing him, they decided they were going to paint him where they, what Russian collusion scandal. Oh, sound familiar like the same scandal that we're going to chart, Trump with in two thousand sixteen like the same scandal. They tried to tar John McCain with when he ran against Hillary, and Obama. Oh, you don't believe me, we've already put that article up thousand times from circa. Where the where we're Democrats tried to pin on John McCain, the exact same Russian collusion scandal, ladies and gentlemen. This was the oldest trick in the book for police, they'd hack Democrats and their media sycophantic boot-licking, but kissing hack buddies. Find your political enemies. Mike Flynn, John McCain, whoever they may be tar them with these guys are cloning with the Russians and get your hack intelligence friends overseas in the UK and elsewhere to confirm it. Oh, it gets better. The next portion of the Chuck Ross piece. Again, this'll be in the show notes. Please check it out in full as with the Iraq dossier, another dossier, by the way, that may have misled some people do you loves reputation has also been used to bolster steals report. So still who's working with helper? They're getting information. How per again from trip Nick off? Do you love knows them both the former head of the British by NC? Dear love also on the parallel construction path is telling people, hey, if you get this information from steel chew, he's super reliable. Check out this guy. Do you loves reputation has also been used to bolster steals report, which alleges a quote well-developed conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government story, it's been told a thousand times before? Any December thirteen twenty seventeen interview dear love declined to confirm that he knew steel, but said that the dossier, quote, had some credibility. Wow. Is it that badge? Ical goes on in a glowing profile of steel in the New Yorker on March twelfth of twenty eighteen do you love describes steals reputation as quote superb? He told the Washington Post that Steele was the go to person on Russia. In the commercial sector. They never thought we'd figure this out. Dear love is the connection. The former British spy master. He's buddies with helper. The spy spying on the Trump team. Who's also feeding information from Travnik off and others. They leave citing undue Russian influence, but then to clean the information to make sure no court in the United States knows that Russians Russians if it worked for Vladimir Putin are providing disinformation to our court system to spy to mislead, our judges, the FBI, then gets the information through steel who deal of says don't chew worry. This sky is super reliable. He's just peachy this guy's the go-to guy on Russia pay. No attention to helper. We can't have the courts knowing that a CIA spies by on a political campaign. We can't have any of that. One last snippet from the. Right there. All right. So making sure the text of the technical sports, okay? Technical sue. You're the technical support. So we have a team here whereas this be Apolo last piece from helper. She's me from Chuck Ross. Dear love also attended the same event at Cambridge University where how or made first contact with Carter page. Wow. Isn't that magical? That's insane. Do you love also at the event where Carter page Carter page the central figure of the Steele dossier? The guy who's allegedly marshalling this whole Trump collusion effort with the Russians. Wait. I thought that information came from Steele, but dear love is also at an event where how per made contact with Carter page, ladies and gentlemen, where exactly this Carter page info, come from did the Carter page info happen to come from a spice von helper, working with our intelligence agencies to set up Trump. And everybody's telling us it came from Steele, the whole time. The daily caller news foundation page told the daily caller news foundation did not recall speaking with your love, who gave a speech at the symposium, but page did strike up a relationship with helper. And remained in contact with him through September of two thousand seventeen the same month. The FBI surveillance warrant expired against the trumpet. Folks, they all knew each other the Brit, new the Russian who knew the spy master who knew the CIA spy, and they all conspired to clean to launder information, coming from Russian intelligence that got the United States government to spy on Donald Trump. Now I've got one more connection for you. That's going to blow your mind. I gotta take one more break. And then I'm going to wrap up the show by showing you exactly how badly these anti-trump lunatics got willingly, played by the Russians who PW any day own them. And you know what? I mean, if you're on tight didn't spell that wrong go on accident own them. I finally today's show brought to you by buddies at helixsleep pay helixsleep. I have I have two of these mattresses now which is really sweet. I have one that they sent for my daughter, which is great. And then we got another one for me. And my wife, which is just fantastic. You'll never get a better night's sleep for the money anyway. We'd love helixsleep. 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I use and can personally attest to the quality helixsleep dot com slash Dan. Check them out, really appreciate that. Okay. So where we left off there was, ladies and gentlemen. They all know each other. So there's very little plausible deniability here. These people are all claiming to be elite spies. Christopher Steele, was a former British spy who dear loves says, is the go-to guy who's quote superb who such an excellent source of information, dear loves friends, but, how are they teach a course together, how burn, dear love, clearly declared your love has a relationship with steel steals? Get any information from this rush in his obviously got tight personal relationship with. However, who then how are leaves after the election and says, hey, something's going on here at Russian influence. They all knew each other. The reason I bring this up is not not the paint some kind of ven diagram, little Paul and I are going to do one for next week. At some point where we just diagram on it just roadshows are a little more difficult with the technical capabilities. I tell you this, because it's hard to believe on one hand that the FBI is walking into court saying Christopher Steele, is this elite spy in this reliable source who's done tremendous work and cannot possibly be fooled. By the Russians there for we believe this is true and yet on the other hand steel knows dear love and knows how Renault's these people and is entirely unaware, that they're getting the same information from the same Russian. You see where I'm going with that? Simpson's telling who steel works within. Oh, yeah. Yeah, we knew this information was corroborated because we heard it from the B I another source. And you didn't know the other source was the guy, dear love and helper. That, you know that you've been palling around with. You can't have it both ways either your Spy Who Couldn't figure that out who really sucks or you're a great spy who knew. And you knew you were knowingly propagating this information, I believe the ladder. Now, let's make one final connection is an interesting American thinker piece from all while ago these again, a bunch of gems that we've spent all night working on yesterday. I woke up this morning, just so eagerly. I wish we would have done this show earlier. But the technical problems kind of kept us from doing it. August twelve twenty eighteen by Clarice Feldman exposed the deep state authorship and publication of the dossier. There's an interesting part of this article is that American thinker about three quarters of the way down. Here's a snippet from this because we still haven't made a connection, exactly. Between how poor infusion? We know how Bruno's dear love, we know dear love. No steel. But again, we're, you're telling us these spies of corroborate information, assuming from different sources, I'm telling you, they all know each other, and they probably know it's from the same source, and they're just lying. From the peace steel work with the FBI as early as twenty ten on the fief investigation in two thousand sixteen he met the FBI several times including to me meetings with agent. Mike gator a leading F B I Russian corruption expert in Rome, and in London to discuss this dossier. So again, we know steel knows the FBI, we know steals, a verified source with the FBI he's worked with them before again. That's why they launder the information through him the piece goes on FBI agent gain a coordinated and got clearance for these meetings from Victorian Newlyn that the State Department keep that up. Why is this important? Ladies and gentlemen. The FBI gets permission to meet with steel. From Victorian Ousland, who works for Victoria Nulan at the State Department. Oh Kathleen Kavulich the lady who wrote the note, we started this whole thing with. She works for Victoria Neuland who's also said on the record before. Oh, yeah. We've received multiple dossiers from steel. Wow. You have kind of sounds like a black ops intelligence channel to meet doesn't it? Piece goes on. Keta was the FBI case officer in Europe and controlled Orbis, Stefan, helper and the hackley dossier assets. So Gators working with all of these people who are associated, reformer UK intelligence. Baumgartner Nellie, our Bruce or David Kramer. All Harvard alumni. All right. Nobody jail. They went to college yet doesn't mean too much. But this part is an absolute gem. Nelly. Or who's working for Glenn Simpson and fusion GPS right and her husband is in the department of Justice. All I'm trying to get at now ladies gentlemen. They all know each other Nellie, or new Stefan, how percents at least two thousand Nellie, or also worked in the mitre corporation with how her son Merrin helper for six years from two thousand to two thousand eight. So now Nellie your who's working for fusion, GPS, which is being paid to put together the dossier and his paying steel. Now, you're telling me that Nellie or husband works in the department of Justice, and you're feeding him information about Donald Trump, that you're saying that, that information came from Steele, but in fact, that information may have been coming from Stephan hopper the entire time who's add events with Carter page, and as dealing is unquestionably has a relationship with the Russian that Steele saying is his source. Now, we find out Nellie or nose, however, and worked with his son. Ladies and gentlemen. Do you think it's, it's reasonable to ask if these people all knew each other? You think it's just reasonable to say that if they knew each other, and they had professional relationships that they may have been aware, the whole time, it was all the same information all source back to these Russians. And that they just didn't want you to know that because they wanted it to seem like it was coming in from multiple sources parallel construction. Same information give it to ten different people. It's all from the same source sprouting, sprouting, sprouting, like a tree. It's all the same route just different branches. Therefore, you see this big tree new awhile that big tree. It kind of looks like a mosaic of information. It even looks like a corpus of intelligence, it may look like a series of articulate facts. Joe was here. He would get the joke. When Jim Komi, John Brennan and Andy McCabe respectively. Were asked about, hey, was it just the Steele dossier that you use? They said, no, no, no. It wasn't just the steel dossier. It was actually a mosaic is Jim Qomi said of information, a corpus of intelligence and eighty McCabe said it was a series of articulate facts, ladies and gentlemen. It was the same set of BS from the same Russians. Blow this up right now for you. So if we go back to the note in the beginning, we started this off with you'll see that Christopher Steele, whose information's us to spy on the Trump team. It's clearly coming from two sources Trubnikov connected, deeply, by the way to Ladimir Putin and a guy named Surkov. Surkov wrote this fascinating piece. It was picked up by Newsweek. Wait till you read this. This is the root of this entire case. Ladies, gentlemen, Surkov. Trim Nikolov a bunch of Ladimir Putin connected, Russians. Let me take a little snippet from this piece Surkov wrote that Newsweek picked up. Here's the headline of the piece written on February twelfth of twenty nine thousand nine by Christina Maza Vladimir Putin's advisor tells Americans Russia interferes in your brains. We change your conscience. Here's a quote from circus piece. Listen very very closely. The illusion of choice is the most important allusion, the main trick of western democracy, especially the rejection of this allusion in favor of the reality, that everything is predestined Bill allow society to reflect I on our vision of democratic development. Surkov Surkov wrote foreign politicians talk about Russia's interference in elections and referendums around the world. In fact, the matter is even more serious Russia interferes in your brains. We change your conscience, and there's nothing you can do about it. I'll see all on Monday, just heard the Dan Bongino show, you can also get Dan's podcasts on, I tunes or soundcloud and follow Dan on Twitter, twenty four seven at dbongino.

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Now, here's your host why it Cox Crime Drama This Hour Dick Colmer, starring as Boston Blackie this episode, originally broadcast June fourth nineteen, forty six three witnesses. Know Dr Austin I just won't believe it I know. My grandfather was murdered impossible Linda. Your grandfather was in a hospital bed, attended by several doctors I among them when he does. That but just the same I know that. Killed Him Linda. You'll have to face the facts I know as well as you do that. You'll read hated your grandfather. But your grandfather died a natural death. He suffered from heart trouble for eighteen years. It was his heart that killed Dr. Joe read killed him I know it. I feel Linda. Why would read kill your grandfather? You know very well why Dr? GRANDPA the left him fifty thousand dollars in his will. If that's your only logic. You and I had a reason to kill your grandfather to. He left me twenty five thousand. And you'll get more than one hundred thousand. That doesn't make any difference. Grandfather was going to cut. You'll read out of his will I know it and I think read knew it too, and he killed grandpa before he could do it to keep them from changing his will aim. Isn't that what you do? Dr Hywood and commit murder fifty thousand dollars for any amount, and neither would you. Know and I know you dislike read, but time afraid. You can't make trouble for him. Your grandfather died on natural death. Well I know he didn't talk to Austin that Joe murdered him and I'm going to prove hall into how? I'm going to Boston Blackie. That's how. Now Onto Dick Calmer as Boston Blackie. Enemy to those who make him an enemy friend to those who have no friend. This is Bob. How are you Bob Hi? What's new? Nothing gets the same old stuff. Doing anything this weekend, no, I don't think so. Oh yes, Mrs Van Griffin Law. That yeah wants me to come to our country home for the weekend. I think I'll have a much better time at the. Know. Who Are you? Top down at night. and. Children don't go too far away from the door and don't be late for tougher. They never listen to me. Did you come from. You? Know. put down at knife. Here's the third one inspector Faraday Lion Right here on the dock were patrolling. The Murphy founded the third one and five hours, and all with a ten cent store kitchen knife stuck, in. Rollins we've got a madman on the loose. Yeah, killing for the fun of this is getting me no kidding. I marshalled one of the richest men in town, then that house out and Green Meadows, and now this, this bomb at the waterfront and bomb is about the only identification we have on this one inspected donahue. He is no identification. Take him to the. The mall, maybe we get identification hanger prints dental work if any, but we gotta work fast and grab this killer to have another body lying around somewhere. Yeah, but how are we going to figure where this killer is going to strike next? He just picks out anybody anywhere in sticks from nine hundred and there must be some way who is this? Am I know what is. Blanket, what are you doing here? You looks at Michigan's -CCOMPLISH. Here what does that look like? Stabbed him. No strangled the knife in his chest just for affect. beaded when you I got enough trouble. Since when is one body trouble for the greatest practice parody? One body isn't but this happens to be the third one on the last five hours. What heard all killed them the same way, but a same type of instrument. Ten cent store kitchen knife here. The waterfront goes now. One of the victims was Tom, Marshall the millionaire and killed in his home. The second was a woman. Mrs Harriet John She was killed the same way on a street, Green Meadows and this. Yeah, this when we can't even identify. You've got a problem worse than mine. I say I have and don't make it any better. Stay out of it. Stay out of it. How can I three absolutely unrelated people killed the same way in three different parts of town. Tell you what let's do this is GonNa? Be Good I'll take this case and you take mine. I'm trying to prove murder in the case of an old man who died apart trouble in the hospital. Luck, will you quit bothering me with child's play play as consistent with your mentality, you'll get outta my sight and stay up. I've got a madman on the loose I. Don't want you bothering me till. I got him on the books. Where we going? Blackie City Hospital Mary to see Dr Austin. To with three madman murders nothing Mary. They won't let me work on a case with him, and he won't give me enough information so I can go to work myself so so I'm going to see what I can do for Linda Graham all black, if just Nantz to believe what she told you about a grandfather being killed. Oh Mr. Graham died of heart. Trouble or no, but she thinks a man named Joe read killed him now how he died in a hospital bed, surrounded by Dr Leonard Up to. Going to Miss Graham Story Joe read was an old man. Graham secretary why he and secretary killer. Now what Pat. None. Read was afraid he was going to be cut out of Holman. Grams will, so he wanted to kill him before he had a chance to change that will. You. Know Mary I don't believe it not yet anyhow. But was Graham came to me in good faith, and I promised her that I do what I can for so so you're GonNa do it again for which is. Well, not exactly nothing. I'M GONNA. Talk to all men Graham's doctors. Everyone else involved, but I'm afraid what I'll end up with is nothing. Well here's the hospital. Goes Nothing. Doctor Austin S I'm Dr Austin I'm Boston Blackie. You won't mind if I ask you a few questions with him. No, not at all like He. In fact, I've been expecting you. You have yes Linda said she was going to see you well, she did see me. She thinks a grandfather was murdered. Yes, yes, I know by Joe Read. uh-huh, because jewelry was afraid, he was going to be cut out of grams will. Any possibility read monogram none whatsoever lacking I treated Graham for eighteen years. He denied in this hospital in the presence of two other doctors, both of whom have attested that heart failure killing. Thank you, Dr. It looks as Graham's death was quite all right and miss. The Graham was quite all wrong. Pretty girl. You're awfully stupid, Miss, Graham Or is there a lot of truth in the expression beautiful, but I don't know how you have the nerve to talk to. Mr Reed, I didn't want to talk to you. Miss Graham. You wanted to talk to me. This is my apartment you know. And why do you even have an apartment? Because my grandfather was to kind of fire, you'll even after you had robbed him I robbed your grandfather. Then why wasn't I sent to jail? It's to read you know very well. You weren't grandfather wouldn't prosecute no of course not because he had no proof. Just as you have no proof that your grandfather died of anything but the bad heart. You killed him. Didn't you I do Miss Graham your grandfather's death? As a matter of medical record, it was an old man would suffer for many years from an ailing hot. Is Hot. Just stopped beating that. You want him to die. Didn't you? I'm fifty thousand dollars richer. And I like his money much better than I liked him, but you knew he was gonna cut you out of his wheel. Didn't you know? Yes, I did. He told me so two weeks ago and he told you that's why you killed him. My name is Graham must even the simplest facts be explained to you. A heart attack killed your grand. No mystery you kill them. I don't know how but I'm going to find out and I'm going to prove it was grandma. Advise you to let Mattis Standard. They are hey, wait for me. I'd like to be amused by your accusations with Graham. Is Beginning to bomb me. That, I hate to be bored. GET, out. Help you here. Come come. That bad. I think I will you, too? I'm so glad you're here from x two of US I'm afraid Mr Reed. We're going to make that unanimous. Who Actually? Boston I suppose. To get out of here. Read alone, yes. would. You settle for being half alone. What do you mean? When you step out for a while, please. My car is parked on hunt. Maybe. You'd better stay. Graham changed a mind awfully fast into rain. To Badging Change Mine. Go ahead and scream way for me my car. Always. Read was teaching you something a minute ago Miss Graham now he's GonNa. Take a lesson from the professor. I won't be long. It looks like a good student. Read. There's only one thing I have to say to you next. What did you hit me for like he? Hasn't done anything to you. Was Not knowing how to talk to a lady. This one is the twisting. Hit me again got up your. I don't trust you. You level to crawl in your hole in the wall up. You've got no right to hit me. The police would. least. I have one in advance in case you do. Not Please. Don't I won't go to. My I won't go near him. I didn't know why I didn't like you when I walked in here I. Still Don't know, but I kind of like not liking. It. Sort of makes me a nicer guy. I never interfered with us. Miss Graham had an idea. You were responsible grandfather's death. He died I. Know Owino he died of hot. Right here is the perhaps you. Kill him, but you're responsible for something phony somewhere along the line. And after seeing you don't dot, now, let me. Please, let me alone sure. Sure, all! Only you've given me some thought. So precise your close well it just so. I wonder how your etiquette is. I wonder if you know the proper way to let's say Hold a knife. On. June fourth, nineteen, forty, six Calmer Boston Blackie on classic Radio Theatre balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule, changing the world one life at a time. I wish they would have me do a commercial. 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Meanwhile Inspector Faraday faced with the baffling trill murders, three people in three different parts of town, and in three different walks of life are murdered in the same way and all within the space of five hours. As we return to our story black able to solve this case walks into police headquarters in how inspector parodies. Pillow Rawlins. Known Nine Blackie land. Here it it don't bother me. I'll go right into our days off. Oh, no, you don't lack. The inspector doesn't want to see you even if you telephone for me Rawlins. Call for you well, that's different. Alright in thanks ones. Hey wait a minute, lackey! Come back here. GET INSPECTOR, call calpoly! I didn't say did. I said even if he. Talked thanks for letting me in. You got the identification. Good thanks Dr, pocket. Goodbye. Oh, so as you well. The same goes for Youtube Liking, goodbye now. You know you don't mean that you're glitzy me onto. Yes, flag I am looking at. You'll makes me realize how lucky I am to be me well lucky. You look for those three minutes. Oh, I haven't been lucky at all. I've been smart. I got identification on the body. We founded the waterfront yeah. The dead man waking up and tell all no. He was identified through Dental Work Oh. That's what dentist noneya business. Right. Also case by tracing back the knives using the I've already done that. They can't be traced their ordinary kitchen. Knives bought at the ten cents stores, every dime store and Tom carries, them. You just don't want me to help you I'll tell you a little secret blackie lot. No! Birdie who was the dentist to identify the victim? noni of business. Oh, come on Friday, please please day I sat. But I'll tell you something else. You said inspecting what you're on the phone. When I came in, and he said thanks locked Dr Pucca saw what so Parker is the doctor? A doctor can be a dentist and I'm going to see him to get my teeth into this case. Yes Blackie identified the dental work for inspector. Faraday, the dead man was Ernest Brown a carpenter here in the building see. Well. You know any reason why anyone would want to kill him Dr Pocket. No, no, not at all, but I will tell you something. I was about to call the police when you came in Mrs Harriet Jones. A man's second victim was also a patient of mine well, yes, especially so I, know that she lived up in Green Meadows, but I used to practice out there and well. She got in the habit of coming to me. Don't tell us Tom. Marshall was a patient of yours to it'd be was I'm GonNa think well Tom Marshall wasn't a regular patient of mine. was passing by one day, and he had a toothache and saw my signs stop in for an emergency treatment one day. What one day that might have some significance? Yes I think it does black. He That's what I was going to call the police about. It was a week ago last Friday. Because Wesley a week ago last Friday Ernest Brown and of Jones were in my office to and all three of them were here at the same time line. Say That's interesting, but it's not. It's more than interesting. You think it has direct bearing on there. Being murdered by this madman I don't know what is the first hint of a connection with the three of them? Dr Polka wildly. They were here. was anyone else with them? no. No no, the three of them were alone in the waiting room. Nurse and I were busy in the other room with another patient. Then that's it. While? They were sitting here, so something heard something. The killer didn't want them to see a here. Come on, wait until. Dr Pokka Call Inspector Fire and give him the information. You just gave me to tell him not to do anything about it until his me. Scrim Elevator Manahan. Here, we really on the. What are you looking? At that the end of the whole. The elevator. Thanked by the name on the door, two grams old office. Interesting. Maybe our man killer is Joe read in three patients in pockets. Office heard him say he was gonNA kill. Why not. Oh, just wonderful fight Mary Graham wasn't moded. Still Grams Office being so near the dentist's waiting room. Would put reading possible contact with the three victims because of was secretary. Yeah I suppose so. But why would all three of them be killed? What are they have in common? They went witnesses to a murder or anything like that. What? What be witnesses to find the answer that you find out why they were killed? It's a great statement, Murray Great Girl. My Gosh the elevators in this building stop running. All why you're doing daydreaming, not thinking what can three different people from three different parts of the city have in common? But. It's stay with that witness angle. What could they have seen? Mary I've got. If there was another will cutting read out of grams I will I've got it got y Mary. It takes three witnesses to make absolutely uncontestable. The three people in pockets waiting room could have been witnesses to second will. There was such thing, and he could have been looking for witnesses and walked in. You about the will stolen destroyed it then killed the three witnesses of course, providing second will exist. How can you find out as you say? It's probably been destroyed? I think I know how Mary come on. We've got to get telephone. Who Calling Black, a jury, Mary. And his hoping he doesn't call my bluff. Hoping for this bluffing. In! This Dr Pucca. List pocket the dentist I don't think I. Know You DO I. Know we've never met, but they think we should meet and soon. I knew something I think you should know. that. I know why those three people were knifed to death yesterday. Afternoon Rally. But. What about it? I think? Maybe we'd better have a little talk. About what about why those three people were killed, look I am. I don't know what you're talking about, but I do. Well, what does mackey no? 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People were witnesses to it. But I was too in a way. I just didn't have time to sign my name to it. So I saw what was in the will accidentally across. It seems you cut off without a cent? Isn't that interesting? It is to me. It, didn't mean anything to me then, but it does now. Siemian my office at ten o'clock tonight and I'll tell you how much. Is Only one entrance to this office of yours. Desk Blackie just the door to the reception room here. And that's good. He won't sneak up behind us. I know if he shows up at all which I'm beginning to doubt. It's ten after tunnel running sign of. Maybe you're trek isn't going to work. Maybe read isn't a murderer. But it will be off all if I can't prove anything. Brave gotta go through with this doctor. If leads the men were after he's a dangerous killer. Luckily, simply elevator door just open good now. Stay back from the auto worry I'm back. He's coming down the whole hearing. Take him into your office when he gets in. Leave the door open so I can hear. I'll get back at his desk now. Just outside the door now, good luck, thanks! I'll blackie. Here goal Faraday Blackie. What are you doing Dr? Not Trying to hide from you inspect turn on the lights Dr Pocket all right. I'm afraid trick didn't work trick. Miss Wesley's idea of telling me you were in dangerous. Skip it inspected. You know Dr Pocket yes. Yes, we've. Like you? What are you up to I thought? I was up to grabbing your killer for you. Let seems my suspect didn't come up to be grabbed. Doctor I'll drive you home. Okay, you come along Verde, I'll tell you all about it on the way. Thanks for the lift home black all right. Had to do it. Thanks for helping me try to catch read. The either not gullible or too smart for us, though it doesn't take much to be too smart for black, ain't no party. Is that Nice? Just true? That's. Goodnight's Baker night like. Were you. You ought to know doctor. You said you wanted to see me tonight in your office at ten o'clock. Joe Read Mama's deduction. Sorry? I couldn't keep my appointment with you at your office. Put. It seems so unwise. I I don't like traps traps. I look like a fool Dr Parker. Oh I see. You're afraid the police might be waiting in my office with man. Do. I look like a fool Mister Reed. Look. I can make a great deal of money police away from you. Can Ask as much as you can afford to pay. What makes you think so? But I know about you. Oh, man Graham! Second will, and the three people killed by the police think as a madman. You think I killed them. I know you did. But. I think we can come to an understanding. What are you talking about? Lavar, keeping my mouth shut. You. Keep your Wallet Open. I Don I. Know You're having already gone to. The police wouldn't be talking money if I had. No believe me. You're quite safe so far. No one else knows about grams. Second willed one. You probably destroyed. No one with me. Nobody knows. Only, the two of US I'd be a lot safer. That were only one of us wouldn't look look here. You'll see a gun in my hand. And I said well loaded gun. Badger kept us to yourself. Doctor because that gives me a reason for killing. You don't care how many people you killed. You know one more or less won't make any difference. It's worth a lot to me. Fifty thousand dollars and I had a lot of time and effort I had to wait till old man Graham died a natural death before I started. But when you're out of the way, I'll be safe. The second wills destroyed. The witnesses are dead and soon you will be to. Be smug if you just look behind your read. I'd fall for that one your. Hope. He's got a hot hat. Lucky? Yourself! You couldn't affect. Read any better if we rehearsed for ten hours. Well. Read outsmart me as much thought. No I guess he didn't black. When he didn't show up at your office, I guess he'd be smart enough to come here to your home. So? We ducked back in his window YEP. 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Expense, accounts submitted by special investigator Johnny Dollar to the Lakeside Life and Casualty Insurance Company following us the counting of expenditures during my investigation of the indestructible Mike Matter. Expense account item one eighty cents cab fare from my apartment of the officer pet mccracken at universal adjustment, bureau. Every one of the cases padded handed me. Lady had been rough for a warrant for the loot involved, which is to say, pat never really cracked down on my expense accounts. Own after all I didn't have any other cases pending soul. I Johnny, Hey. You're looking great. Cigarette! Drink. Boy. All keep. Let's haven't this one must really be bad. Why Johnny what makes you say a thing like that sure? You wouldn't like just one little one on now. Come on, let's get to the point. What are you trying to get out of paying off on? You are the truth. Johnny nothing that we all just a favor for a friend of mine down in New York Yeah. I want you to go down on CPT Branson Branson. Any relation to that worry Ward Harry. Branson filling mutual brother whoops. Another boy Johnny Johnny. He's different from Harry is day from night while he better be literal minded, sticking out Harry nearly drove me crazy on those two cases I handle for is different. From night honest, would you see him? Expense account item to even trained fair, and all the incidentals I could think of Hartford to New York item three fifty five cents taxi from Grand Central. A Peter Branson's lakeside life and casualty offices at five hundred Fifth Avenue. Where my worst fears were justified. That is correct Mr Dollar. I am not only Harry's. Don't tell me here is twin. Yes, how could you guessed it open now? Wait a minute. Did you say you took a taxi for the three blocks from the station Yup? At least that's what goes on the expense account Oh. Dear, my brother was right. You are expensive and yet he seems to have the utmost confidence in your ability. Yeah, but now. In which you settled. Pete, yes. What's the case that's bothering you? Isn't that interesting I. Don't know you tell me about it. I mean you're starting to call me Harry because of twin. Better tell me about the case. You know a great many of our mutual friend what? Oh Oh, yes, of course Michael Jeremiah Flynn terribly serious matter if this sort of thing gets out of Hayes Flynn John, he is a bum, I'd we all regular typical movie version of bowery bar so and unfortunately heels a fifty thousand dollar policy. He must have seen better days to carry that much insurance. Never never I'm sure of it. No human being could degenerate to such a state of forty seven years, and he looks and sounds like sixty seven, also by the way his policy is only two months old. Well, what's happened? Somebody knocked him off. No, but I am sure somebody's going to. Then why did you ensure him? It was my who Israeli responsible for she martha ingersoll. A girl I had working for me here in the office. At the time he applied for the policy I was out sick for a couple of weeks and I'm afraid that when I came back, I did not pay sufficient attention to the application. She'd accepted at least so far Flynn's policies. You better tell me about him. Of course he passed his medical alright, though heaven knows how in his cash payment of the premium was all right. Yes, yes, cash, but I still should have investigated myself before allowing the policy to be issued. Look, you still haven't told me what's wrong. Of course, it's too late Pete's. Oh of course well, it's simply this. The home address that we have for him has turned out to be the glad hand rescue mission, just all Fulton Street near the Fulton market. Biggest fish market in the world, isn't it? Well, yeah, yes, fascinating place chips loaded with fish from all the seven seas, colorful characters, speaking a dozen different ton. Yeah, while I'm sorry. I interrupted what you were saying. That's all right. I'm quite a connoisseur of seafood. You know real epic your if I do say so. have. You ever tasted Boston squad. Yeah, sure now, let's get back to the case. Oh Oh. Yes, Michael, Flynn. Right? Well Mr. John? It's simply because of what's happened before. That I'm so worried about this one. After all fifty thousand is a sizable of what has happened before the same thing, so you can see Harry. Pete I can't see a thing. John, the anger Cormac matter back in forty seven the berry. Trying to tie Peter Branson down to the facts of the case was exactly like trying to tie. His brother harried out only more so I had to keep reminding myself that all of Harry's assignments had paid off handsomely for me and keep hoping the same would be true of his brother. Three separate times in the next fifty minutes Pete launch fourth on the epicure delights of seafood. And three times I vainly tried to steer him back to ports. Finally I threatened to walk out on him unless he got down to business all right all right John I'll give it to you and black and white. Not Literally of course I mean. I'll tell you from the beginning Atta boy now. Four Times within the past few years as very same sort of policy has been issue. The some panelists worthless bump. Yes, and everything is indicated fraud. In only one case where the police able to prove anything, the case of Maggie Dolly Varden Smith. Seems to me I remember that some racketeer bootlegger candy kid. He ensured the old derelict for twenty thirty thousand dollars had himself named beneficiary and is correct, and then he had old Maggie murder. Of course you remember when you think you've got the same sort of situation here. Yes John I'm afraid to, and you can't cancel a policy analyst as proof of an attempt at fraud. Correct, so you can see why am so deeply concerned over this? Only I hadn't left Martha Ingersoll in charge while I was sick, who named as beneficiary did sell some good policies. What beneficiary oh? Yes, here here! It is John Wesley caused grave six to One east forty ninth street here in Manhattan. What do you know about him? Nothing really and frankly I'm afraid to find out. John Yeah Yeah I'll look into what. What's the address of this rescue mission? We're all Michael hangs out. It's down near the Big Fulton fish market Let's see here. Why don't you give me that whole folder so I can get what I want from it of course Jon. But I am sorely afraid there isn't much to get. I'm surely afraid was right. When I had to start somewhere. Item, four hundred taxi back grand central to pick up the bags I'd parked there in the same taxi to a slightly dingy little hotel, a couple of blocks off chamber street on the lower east side. Item five nine dollars, eighty three cents, a secondhand clothing store outfit myself in hat, coat, pants, shirts, shoes, and socks that I hope would make me eligible for a spot on the bench. The glad-hand rescue mission. On? I finally shuffled into the place which look more like a cheap flop house than mission I felt somewhat like a kid playing tramp at Halloween. Do the mission. I'm daddy bill. Hi, the entrance to the soup kitchen is over the side. You know yeah, well I I just wanted to sit down for rescue feet and have you a bed for the night, brother? On! All Zalmay. Always Room for one more you know. Will you be here for a meeting tonight? Wow, I don't an excellent singing voice I can tell. Are you sure you don't want something to eat my ball? All right well, then just sit and be comfortable. We can talk. I. Kinda hope maybe I might run into. Mike Mike Flynn Oh. Of, course my lives. Spends most of his evenings with US fellow, although I really shouldn't say that. One for fellow after all, he's also one of our biggest contributors to when he's sober. His money comes from I'll never know although I'm sure it's money. Honestly gained Michael's very religious. He's taken the pledge many times. Many has a lot of money now and then. She seemed to think you might have a contribution for us when he comes back tonight, but you don't know where he gets in my boy. I never ask these personal things were brothers. Now tell me all about you. You're from out of town on You I can tell. This was something I hadn't anticipated night. Direct my brain to come up with a story. That would convince Daddy. Bill I was a bum. When I get a word in edgewise. and a kindly, Gabby old biddy proceeded to tell me in minute detail, the life history of all of the habitues of his mission. All at is except the one I was interested in Mike Flynn. Maybe he was suspicious of me. Afraid of trying to get my hands on some of the money. All Mike frequently showed up with interesting the extreme John. That's why I feel. I must protect him from some of the people come in here and might try to take advantage of him. Sure Daddy responsibility for the care and welfare of the brothers weighs heavily upon me sometimes, but it's a burden I'm glad to be. Their stomachs and feed this Oh. That is my time. You say as I say it's a task I'm privileged to assume after all. Who else have they lean? Are you think Michael? Be Back here. Yes John I'm sure he will over listen. The quartet in the world we call it in Music Room. Can you hear them? Getting Ready for the meeting tonight. Aren't they wonderful? Beautiful Voice as You're sure you won't join them on all I Some of the time. Now when? You, say but if you're going to stay here long. My boy with that wonderful voice of yours I can tell I will insist that you join one of our singing about Mike again. All. Did you hear that someone hit a solid? Will Boys. They just can't get along without my help. You'll just have to excuse me John, but I go back there. Lead on. Come back later, we. Can. I don't know whether it was the overuse of steam heat in a at Old Assembly Malmo mission. Having listened to sounded hours of daddy bills. Talk about his boys. Whatever it was I wish tired. And since I had nothing better to do than wait for Mike, Flynn off by. I stretched out one of the hard benches and close my eyes. How long I slept I, haven't at least idea. I'd managed to conjure up. WHY DID SWEET DREAM TOO What. They're. Running. Out Back working with the quartet now come on over here. You so my. He's Michael Jim Flynn say white came back. I guess. I have. A couple. Couple, too many was right. But not of what I thought. His tattered coat open as fell, and they just below the heart to dark red splotches slowly widened on his ragged shirt. And it looked like Peter Branson was right. The beneficiary of Michael Jeremiah Flynn's life insurance policy was anxious to collect. Now, here's our start to tell you about tomorrow's intriguing episode of this week. Story tomorrow well tomorrow. This proof that life is a very tenacious thing. Even in the broken body of Barry Bomb. Join US once you. Yours truly johnny dollar. Yours truly Johnny Dollar starring Bob Bailey is transcribed in Hollywood is produced and directed by Jack Johnstone, who also wrote tonight story and be sure to join us tomorrow night, same time and station for the next exciting episode of yours truly Johnny Dollar Roy Rohan speaking. And there you have it part one of the five years to Johnny. Dollar story the indestructible Mike Matter. I hope you have your ears on because. Do you know who indestructible Mike is? Tell. You tomorrow if you haven't figured it out all righty. This was from June fourth nineteen fifty-six podcasts available anywhere by podcast served to search for USA. 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In this case, he is in New Hampshire. And enjoying the ability to leave the house right absolutely I think I think a great time to leave the city. Really enjoying the nature up here by the way anytime a great time to leave the city. But Hey some people like the city and understand. There's a lot of stuff to do. They're normally. But probably not so much now right? Yeah, well actually so I was in Brooklyn. Not far from Coney Island and let me tell you. People were out there on the boardwalk all the time, even during the coronavirus, really okay good. Yeah good. You're allowed to get out and take a walk or were they social distancing? Oh, everybody was social in fact. Masks which I personally was a fan of. But Mostly indoors not to say I have any any problem with wearing masks indoors but I mean like outside I. Think it's kind of like you know you can do it if you want. Yeah outside. There's so much air you know. It's hard to infect anybody if you're. Distancing so, there's a story that I've had in my show prep now for several days and I think it's a pretty big supreme court ruling. So that's why I'm going to start out here with this tonight, but also on the way mark you've got a controversial story of Virginia where the governor there is planning on taking down a famous statue. We'll tell you about that on the way here tonight and Greg. I think you wanted to talk about like decentralisation or some sort of aspect to that I didn't write down. Notes you had, but just wanted to say throughout the show that my libertarian libertarianism. Can boil down to sort of decentralize all the things. We can get deeper into that a bit, but here's a story from NPR because the New York Times that I originally had of course had terrible firewall and. Or pay and they don't want to let you into their stuff so NPR. The Supreme Court has rejected a California Churches Attempt to overturn the State's Corona virus restrictions on in-person religious services was a five to four decision and Justice John. Roberts sided with the court's liberal bloc, pulling states right to impose limits on congregations in order to slow the spread of Cope nineteen, so I don't see it I don't. Don't see how I don't understand how these people could make this decision. Well, they can do whatever they want they can. They have to whatever they want, but I mean they have black robes, and people believe that if enough of them agree on a thing that that thing becomes the law, so the First Amendment Congress shall make no law. It's not a law. It's not Congress in order, right? It's a bright governors order, and it's not the US Congress doing it it. Stay Congress the State Congress state. What the State Congress the state representatives do is they pass a law or statute that authorizes the governor's to create executive orders, emergence rather emergency orders right in this case in basically gives them carte blanche to do absolutely anything that they want to. That's typically how these things are written now whether that law is unconstitutional, the one that authorizes the emergency orders is an interesting question. Well I think it's an interesting question that in a country that was. was founded on religious freedom more than anything else. This country wasn't founded on the rights of the Presser, free speech or the right to own a gun or anything else or slavery, or whatever it is that you might trot out. This country was founded on this country was founded on the notion that you could have whatever religion you wanted to have, or at least you know for some sort of little geographic area, and that was fine and I. Just I'm stunned at the notion that five out of nine Supreme Court justices would say that this is. constitutional. It just doesn't make any sense to me. So, according to the NPR piece and I actually do have the order itself the Supreme Court's ruling in this particular case. Let's see quote. Although California guidelines place restrictions on places of worship, those restrictions appear consistent with the free exercise clause of the First Amendment said Roberts. So isn't that seem crazy to even say that restrictions would be somehow in some way consistent with free exercise I wanted to point out. He's talking about exercise of speech, but the First Amendment also has the freedom of Religion and Assembly and assembly, and that's where is that in the in the analysis of the supreme? Court good question Robert, said in his opinion. That denied a request by South Bay. UNITED PENTECOSTAL Church for relief from the rules, the United pentecostal sound like the kind that would be all for this I'd like everyone to bear in mind that these religions that are suing for this. Freedom are now. My religion like I have, and in many cases have many things fundamentally that I disagree with regarding these religions, however I'm clear that a they should be able to do it just in a world where you know, freedom of religion exists and be the United States constitution is about as clear as it could be on this. Well? Apparently, it's clear to you and I but to them it's clear and a whole different way. This country was founded on people willing to move willing to fight willing to separate from their governments. The thing people today are not willing to do those things for the most part I mean they're mostly not willing to move. We've seen that with the libertarian who just don't seem to care enough about freedom to move to New Hampshire. Wealth religious migration people are definitely more willing to move for religion than they are for political ideas well. It doesn't matter because if they move somewhere for religion, they're not gonNA do anything about it. It seems like because for the most part. Most of the churches did what they were told. Now there are exceptions. There are a few folks who did actually continue to hold their services. Those people show me that they really believe what say after I I see an entire lack of faith, if gathering together to form a church, because churches a group of people, if gathering together as former church is part of your religion. Then to me. these people have far more faith than those you know. Be Out there. That are just like whatever and I'm one of those. By the way my quaker meeting was meeting online, but for me I'm clear that it doesn't make a difference, but if it's part of your religion than part of your religion well I think online meetings are all the rage now because people are not trying to meet in person, and you know everything's happening online, and you could see the same exact the dynamics as you could see in real life, so for example. Are People Willing to leave facebook after all the revelations of what's going on. Are they willing to leave facebook or twitter or anything right? They're not of the same reason as they're not willing to leave the comforts of the state which is. It's hard to create your own site or your own anything and they could good enough that you're happy and the same way. If you leave the state, you'd have to have your own sewer system. You know your own firefighters police etcetera and you're going to replicate everything that they're doing anyway, but it's GonNa. Be Yours, but not. Everyone's willing to do that. Sure I'd like to talk about fire extinguishers and composting toilets. People have to go so far as to I I'm not even talking about ending the state here right like that's a common conversation. We have on free talk live, but I'm talking about within the states parameters within the rules like you said Mark. It's supposed to be pretty clear like I. Don't have the First Amendment in front of me, but you know my recollection of it. Robert, Shaw make no law restricting the established religion or exercise. Thank you. religion freedom of speech freedom to assemble. A pretty clear statement but but the problem that you've got here is people aren't for the most part willing to stand up for what they believe in. If religious people by and large were willing to do what the Civic Jews did in New York City or the the folks down in Louisiana, where the pastor was arrested, multiple times for continuing to go back to to hold services or the again. The Jews in I can read it here if you'd like. The Jews in New York City were threatened specifically by the mayor of New York City. Who said that he was going to be targeting them? That was a set except by the way ultra-orthodox whichever they were, they were in the streets with hundreds hundred like throngs, massive numbers of people during the height of the lockdown for funerals when people when certain example. That's an example of ignoring the larger state. Organization and following the Customs of your local organization, our neighborhood well, that's what it looks like, and that's what that's. What I'm saying it. That's what it takes. It takes action not begging because when you go to the supreme court, you're begging. The answer's always now almost almost always ninety nine times out of one hundred. It's going to be a decision that's bad for freedom, and this is another one eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. 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Go back to the story here from NPR because I do actually have the the official release from Supreme Court that we can, we can take a look at The Chula Vista, based House of Worship Sued Governor Gavin Newsom a Democrat over an order limiting congregations to twenty five percent. Percent Capacity or one hundred attendees, whichever is lower plaintiffs told the court. Their services typically attract two hundred to three hundred congregants, worship services and nonessential retail were halted for more than two months in California which has recorded nearly a hundred and seven thousand confirmed cases of Corona virus more than four thousand deaths during the lawsuits path through lower courts to state issued guidelines earlier this week, allowing for a limited reopening, but that did not satisfy the plaintiffs who felt the ease. Restrictions remained unconstitutional. And I would have. I have to agree that. I believe there unconstitutional in rejecting that challenge Roberts wrote that cost you. The whoever wrote the Constitution said that the Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction. It's Madison and. Some others anyway that they have appellate jurisdiction. So what we think is constitutional that you know to talk show host sitting on here. gabbing about on the Internet is a relevant because. It's those nine people that determine which laws are acceptable, and which ones aren't. That these people that you don't get to vote on, that are put in for life you know, and this is one of the things that sort of has me like well. You know I, think the systems irrevocably broken. The buck stops there I. Guess People Can Disagree in Democracy. Someone's got a you know. If people disagree goes to the Supreme Court until of course, the Supreme Court changes. It's makeup, right and the case comes. Back, Oh, pin right. The years terms opinion because they say oh, you know opinion, man right until it's the Supreme Court's opinion, in which case it will be prosecuted as law until the supreme. Court gives different opinion, because different people around or until Congress makes another law. That's true they can give another which could then be interpreted differently by the supreme. Court later and I I'd like to read mentioning. Congress here I. I think it's worth reading the First Amendment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Let me ask you this when Congress made a law that said that the governor when the State Congress made a lot of the the the governor got to decide what went on, and what didn't go on during the cove co Cova. Christ emergency orders D doesn't that mean Isn't that the prohibition prohibiting the free? Exercise thereof it. Doesn't that fit your, thank? You would think and but here's what Roberts has to say to you on that point can. He wraps up. This is actually a worry. Here's an excerpt. This is the last paragraph. From his statement right, so they've got basically two page page-long the assenting in dissenting opinions, so this is from his assenting opinion. He says that is true here. As Party seeks emergency relief in an interlocutory posture, while local officials are actively shaping their response to changing facts on the ground, the notion that it is quote, indisputably clear unquote that the government's limitations are unconstitutional seems quite improbable. So He's saying it is improbable that it is indisputably clear. So, he's saying no, it's it's not indisputable clear. He's saying in further and further that the government can do the thing. It is disputable clear. Congress shall make no law. Prohibiting the free expression of religion seems indisputably clear to me. Justice Robert Robert's rejects their challenge quote from NPR says Roberts wrote that the constitution generally grants broad leeway to state leaders in circumstances of medical uncertainty, but the constitution brand even grants even broader Lee way to people for the expression of their freedom. That's why it's supposed to be a limit on the government. It doesn't grant crap. Okay like we know what grits the power to the state? It's a gun. It's not the constitution. It's not a piece of paper. The United States Constitution and the state constitutions do not grant power to their respective governments. They are limits on the power of their respective governments. Government power comes from the ability to shoot your kid in the face, and let's let's be cleared. That's why. So. Many churches are so obedient because they don't want men with guns coming into their. House of worship, and arresting them in the history of the church is anything but obedient Tigre with meaning that the churches of the United States apparently are a historically cowardly. Yes, that's correct today. Everyone else for that matter crazy lunatics that went out and said in pews during this covert thing. Where the true heirs of Real Christianity and I don't know what else to say to everybody well, not even Christianity again. It was the Hasidic Jews out in New York. City was other religions as well so you have hand Muslims probably I. I didn't hear. Put. It wouldn't surprise me. It wouldn't surprise me Ramadan. They were probably out doing together with fan gathering. I imagine they didn't do anything. The Muslims that'd be a counter to the liberal ethos churches what was mentioned, and that's why I mentioned Churches Yeah The story here continues the courts reliably. Conservative justices dissented Cavanaugh was one of them. He says the guidelines violate the First Amendment because they quote discriminate against places of worship, and in favor of comparable secular businesses, so even in the descent you. You know you're not seeing any kind of principled statement that no, this is freedom of religion, and you should be able to do what you want at your church. You should be free to make these choices now. He's saying well. We should treat everybody the same, which is to say that he says if you WANNA put restrictions down. They just have to be the same restrictions across all categories. The toll free number, so there's no freedom viewpoint here eight, fifty, four, fifty free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three, and you won't have freedom unless you're willing to stand up for it and most people aren't so here. We are a police state You can bring up whatever's on your mind and share your thoughts whether it's on freedom of religion. 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This one is coming out of Virginia. There's been a lot of controversy over governor there. Who is a Democrat They right before the whole Kobe thing really kind of started to to flame up. There was that news about Virginia. They had massive protests. Twenty thousand plus people were at the state capital to protest. Protest this governor's decision, an interest in going forward with gun control laws. They're in Virginia. So that was the last time we were talking about Virginia was right before Cova now this governor's back in the news. Yeah, This Ralph Northam Fella apparently just trying to make sure the Virginians really do regret having voted democratic in the last election K.. Just my guess, but here we go. Ralph. Northam is expected to announce plans Thursday. That's Today. Today Yep. To remove one of the country's most iconic monuments to the confederacy, a statue of General Robert e Lee along Richmond's prominent Monument Avenue, a senior administration official told the Associated Press now. I can't speak for Virginians. I am not a Virginian I was born in the south and I kinda get some of all of this. What I would say is I would imagine Virginians more than any other nurse would probably have some reverence for Robert e Lee because of what he meant in. US history and in fact in. Confederate history also I. Don't have any reference for you know people that were murderers in all. The folks in the military's were definitely involved in killing other human beings. Certainly presided over the killing of a lot of America I'd say. Take all those statues downtown. Tech the union statues down. Take the the confederate statues down take them all down. It's an interesting situation, and it's a touchy subject, but think about it. The Union beat the confederacy but the statues are up there. A lot of the statues by the way are buying organization called daughters, liberty, which popularized the idea of not about the confederacy I believe of liberty. It could be confederacy, but I what I wanted to say is that. This idea a lot of our. Concepts like Thanksgiving. We started by a guy in the nineteenth century and so on. These are. Things that were okay. It was started by a newspaper in Boston I didn't know that yeah, the things that we come to like and enjoy are things that have come about in the last hundred years hundred fifty years, and so, but it's interesting that they can have their statues. What other countries sort of beats the you know there's other guys, and then it's like no problem you know, have your enemy general statues yeah, fully this played. I think that's amazing that you know it's amazing. That exists I will give you that and I think it largely because the idea was that they would want the south to feel to beaten. and you know I mean that has better or worse than people could talk about the history of it and that kind of thing, and he and I'm with you. These are these are statues of military people and. What are we teaching our kids with this kind of reference? How many statues are of people who have the teaches them that wars or more important that the people who were in charge of or leading the fronts on those wars are somehow honorable or deserve to be. This is honoring the state this. People dying and by the way, let's honoring the as well. Are Against this you know the the socialist. In fact, the Socialist Revolution in Russia and everywhere that took place was like. Turn your guns on your own capitalist. Nassar's who are making you kill each other right meaning. Why are you fighting for these people? You're killing people just like yourself on the other side, and so venerating those people and by the way the same types of things happen in other countries. They'll give you one example. These figures are controversial in the Ukraine. There's a guy named Stepan Bandera who is very, you know respected as well because he fought against not just the Nazis, but he fought against the Russians. Oh, wow, Ukrainian independence, now again, similar situation, the confederacy fought for independence from the Union. Ukraine fought for independence. Say against the Soviet Union, but the Bandera is also associated with. Attacks on Jews by Ukrainians that time, okay, so he's a controversial justice. Bad as the people. He was opposing Sure I mean I I believe. Kurds were attacking Armenians in you know, but now Kurds are trying to be separated from Turkish rule. There's all this going on around the world in one hand. You're trying to separate, but on the other hand you're being oppressive to some other group. They're smart. People and that's one of the issues with statues general. Right like her, you know. When when you look at Robert, e Lee and you look at say we listen S. grant has counterpart. One might make the argument. That grant was a better. Warrior for his day. leave represented much more sort of. Patriarchal system than than granted, but they both owned slaves. You know it's not like you can look at this and say here's the guys leave. Rio freed the slaves, and here's the guy didn't and matter of fact. You can't look at Lincoln either. You can't put a statue of Lincoln, say somehow this honor because I mean if you read his second inaugural speech. Yeah, it'll be abundantly clear that if he had to. Keep everybody enslaved in order to save the Union. He would have done that. He said he would send you know, but if you go even further back, forget the civil war think of Christopher Columbus. You know a lot of these stories. We have the whitewashed of. The Elementary School version. Discovered America maybe but. That's disputable, but he landed on an island, which was named, Hispaniola by him or other governors later, and he water everybody all those governors and he were pretty brutal. Yes, they would slaughter for gold. They take slaves. They would take children, and you know right in their journal. How great it would be to take them as slaves so yeah, don't hold this guy up. We have statues. We have Columbus Circle in new. York City with a giant statue of Columbus so. That, what about that guy I mean there may be some people who are concerned about that, but nowhere near as many are concerned about Christopher Columbus is are concerned about staff turned on Columbus to the Columbus. Day is supposed to be native. American, the point that you make that. humans aren't perfect is an important thing to remind people like even if you to look at people that aren't involved in war, which statues tend to? To go towards people that are that are always except when I go to central, park sometimes in New York City. I'll see some statues. Some guys some suits. Sometimes it'll be politicians say at the state capital or something like that okay, but even every now and then you know there's somebody to touches a lot of lives in a positive way, but then later you find out that you know, Bill Cosby of course comes to mind. Bill cosby would have been held up a decade ago. As ARCHEA, typical American and and a successful black man, l. sure, and and he was, he was one of the highest, if not, the highest paid children loved him, he held hosted picture pages. I grew up with I. was thinking a look at how the state is being used by certain by. It's not just the state is being used by socialists, or it could be used by capitalistic abuse by slave owners, the slaves, the slave, runaway slave act was enforced by states. The dread Scott decision was in the Supreme Court, so that's where the police came from right. And then the Missouri competent with the compromise of the three fifths compromise with the slaves. That's all states states can be used by capitalists. They could be used by slave owners. They could be used by anybody free number here tonight. There certainly authoritarian, eighty, four fifty free, so yeah I'm just generally against statues period, but if you want to have your own statute that you pay for, and you put up on your own private land by all means, you should have whatever you want. Eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free, but take down the public statues your thoughts. You're welcome to join us here. It's free talk live. House flies defecate every four to five minutes, spreading diseases and germs. 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If, there is more worth sharing your well, they probably can flush out my opinion a bit more, so yeah mine is that the statute should be taken down, not just confederate, but also the union war statues, any of these war statues ought to be taken down and if you want to. If you want to preserve it, then it should be given to the highest bidder, and they can go put it on their own private property, so if the boys of the south or whoever it is, they want to have their Robert e Lee's statue. That's kind of what Monument Avenue is in Virginia. They've got lots of statues. They're. Talking about on private property I understand. I don't believe in public properly property generally, but my my statement would be this. It's a little little more nuance than yours is. If you're going to take down the confederate statues, you should take down all the war statue. Yes, that's what I'm saying. I'm going to say it's a little different. That's a different statement. If you'RE GONNA, take down one. You should take down all as opposed if not going to take down one. Then you should not. If you'RE GONNA. Take on, say take them all down period. I'm not saying that you guys are saying the same thing. Because most of these statutes Julius, Caesar Louis. The fourteenth. The charlemagne whatever her probably gonNA. Probably killed quite a few people time. Yeah, so you're venerating killer, probably either way. I would say take down any public statues period if they got one of Bill Cosby, take that down to so you mean to put it on the for one. The government shouldn't be paying for statues to venerate. That's true, but even if it were even if it were privately donated. A Lot, yeah, it should not be there if it's public. so-called public property government owned property. Government wants to beautify property. What about sculptures of then sell the park? Let private owners or community group, or whoever is at wants to take over the park. Take take it over. If they want to put a statue there the now it's their park. They can put a statue, and if somebody wants to band allies that set you than they can deal with problems. That's right exactly. Taxpayers shouldn't have to to be burdened by that. You think they should be able to shoot somebody. Who's vandalizing their stance? You know I think they lies the Lincoln memorial other who? Protesters right good. I'm glad to hear that. Because I don't care about what are. I don't know if it's government property, I don't care because you own that right. They say you're the government. So you're just. You're just improving the if you disagree that, it's an improvement, then that's your opinion. I'm just going to say probably less people are hurt by that because you can always angel quite. Small business owner, right destroying business or or setting something on fire that doesn't belong to or being a store owner with a by four. It's not like the you know. Everything hasn't happened killing a guy who's keeping watch over a pawn shop. I would certainly say yeah. I'll take the the shots at the statue's, but I have nothing to say a nice about vandals, and no I. Don't i. don't appreciate vandals generally, but I'm not gonNA care. If somebody vandalized government buildings, it doesn't matter to me, We got more coming up here. Robbie online in North Carolina. You're on free talk. Live watching on twitch dot L. DOT FM go ahead Robbie. I'm on the phone. We know you're. Are you also. Cater! That was kind of like the I'm on a boat. A boat. I don't know. So. Here's another story for Mark. Did you have more from the story that you thought was worth sharing about? Share the move would be an extraordinary victory for civil rights activists who's called for the removal of the monument and others in this former capital, the confederacy have been resisted for years. That is a symbol for so many people black, otherwise of a time gone by of hate and oppression, and are being made to feel less then. Del. When. You're dealing with government that takes aside like this right they've they've taken aside by putting that particular statue up. It's inevitable that some people are going to be upset about that. The problem is that you got large organization and you have governments. Yeah, facebook, for example Mark Zuckerberg has his take aside the take down the posted. Do not take down. The Post is always going to be one size fits all, and that's another problem. If we have just large organizations, it can only be one side that wins every. Every time right and in this case unlike facebook, where it's just a post on somebody's page somewhere on the internet or on this massive website. This is a center location. This is a visible thing that everybody in the geographic area has likely seen at some time or another, and it has an maybe even has a strong opinion about so you're going to set way more people off well when you make a decision about this trump's tweet is probably seen by way more people everything. Yeah, okay, fair enough so! I guess I have a question regarding your your your thoughts here. I mean it's pretty obvious. This was the seat of the confederacy right? This was their capital and. This city, a lot of money from people who come to for whatever reason figure out sites about the confederacy have you WanNa? Find a museum about the United States. You go to Washington, DC. You WanNa, find out about the confederacy you go to Richmond right, and so pete the people of Richmond to some extent benefit from this. And that includes Del whatever his name is here. So I mean we have to? We have to acknowledge that that is the truth. Today in England can still have all the museums that they already have I got you. Saying private property. Can Answer That question governor could just decide. He could break. Or do whatever that's what I'm saying. The appropriate thing to do would be put this up to the bid. Hey. Okay, we're GONNA, get rid of the statue, but it's a thing we can either melted. Toss it in the dump or we could sell it. Let sell it. Why not sell it? You can put the money towards whatever park improvements or and I've heard even conservatives like Ben Shapiro whose partly libertarian in his mind he says yeah I could see the point that. Why do black people with their taxes to support a statue of either? Lee Wasn't the worst probably one of people. To support the police that are oppressing them as we all do, and now you've got a statute. That's Lording over you well. In this case, the statue actually benefits all the tax payers of Richmond including the black techs of Richmond Statue. Do that because. It does I I. Guess Right Attracts The tour. How many times? You've traveled with your family to different places. How many times have you been like all right? We're GONNA. Go to city over city. Be Qasidi. A has that statue. Of Liberty I just WANNA say that. You're right I. Mean I take city? I might have some dispute for you, but there was a Andrew Jackson statue that we specifically visited in New Orleans as a result. That was the deciding factor as to whether or not, you went to New Orleans. It wasn't the deciding factor, but it was certainly one of our stops on the trip through New Orleans. Yes, okay, I mean you know they're Yo and the stat statuary liberty by the way who absolutely blows your little question apart, and I'd like to point out. Let's talk about the queen of England for a second. So I was talking about normal statute, that is a good example. It is extensive liberty. The Queen of England. And one of the few non war statues by the way. Yeah give us your tired. Statue based on peace masses yearning to be free. That's a great poem. It is and new. York deserves all the visitors, and presumably those may shutdown visitors lower well sort of. Don't give them to me if they have ninety. Head of school, but not into the statue itself. You can pay extra to go up into the statue whatever the case may be, it's not closed to visitors. It is close to the general public But the Queen of England represents an organization that has for a very long time. done bad things to the Irish the Scottish now here I am Irish and Scottish and should I be in some way upset about all the more than million people that every single year to London to spend money that reduce presumably the tax burden on the Londoners. by paying money and doing all these sorts of things that is supposed to be upset about this organization that continues to exist, because I'm not I think the queen of England is a tourist attraction, and that's basically yet. Kind of Sort of the question of democracy, and what people think versus like profits so in Michigan or let's say in Flint, Michigan where the water was poisoned is is. Like maybe there's more prophets in dumping things in the water like short term profits, but public health is affected, so the question is who whose voice is being heard. Is it the citizens of the city or is? People are in Richmond that want to see the statue. Stay I can assure you sure and say. There's one fricking voice that's being heard, and that's the governor's into store I'm sure there are people in Richmond who are irregularly talking about this issue. This is probably all over talk radio. In fact, in fact, if we were actually good talk show host, we would have thought Oh. This is richmond were on the Aaron in Richmond so we should wait until eight o'clock when we're actually on the air in Richmond Duck about. 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W. on the both am and FM band so yeah Monday through Friday there with us for the the eight to nine hour and so if you want to join the conversation especially, if you're the heart of Richmond where this is going down, you want to weigh in. You're welcome to do so just to bring you up to speed as I said I'm just against all the war statue, so go ahead. Take down the these statues, but also good and take down the union war statues as well because I don't want to see these people worshipped at all. What a dark time! In American history! Well, I think it's pretty common for people to revere. Needs to stop, but The you understand that the reason that Robert e Lee's being taken down off of Monument Avenue isn't because article well, it's political because you know. The Democrats are trying to get the blackhawks over to their side and these kind of things. They pretty much already have a good chunk of I. Just find it sad that the people would be protesting the Columbus, statues are dead. There's no one around to. The island of Hispaniola does not have any more residents. Gandhi statue was taken down in twenty eighteen in Ghana Ozal right because Gandhi had some attitudes that would have been considered racist. Yes, that's what I've heard about him. Perfect person. I I wouldn't claim to. He's perfect, but it's not a war statue. Right I'm just. Taking a taking down a statute. Taken down sold to sell to the highest bidder I take the money and put it into the parks department. A pretty good idea is to sell it to the highest bidder right so you know they've got it now I would have one caveat. If the statue was paid for by some organization, they should attack. They should just get it back. So it was the daughters of the confederacy that put up and here's your statue back. We're not putting anymore. Statues at all period on public land. That's a fine compromise in and I'm willing to go for it. Okay, but my statement is is if you aren't going to take down all the war statues don't. One of them. Yeah. That's fine a few away and you can. Nobody's perfect including apparently Gandhi just not enough. For a statue. Get it with Robert Lee. I can see it, but you know like. Here's the guy that's held up next. Jesus often mentioned in the same sentence as Jesus, and he had to come down and say one last thing about this. If you're against statues right, I have taken now. Can you at least number them like number one most egregious never do, and so if this statues number ninety eight, and you at least protest ninety seven, I sure. Obviously there are statues that I find less personally distasteful. But most of mine START WITH STALLING YEAH! The people who had other people kill for them, so we will go to your calls and thoughts here. Cruel philosopher is on the line. He's on our discord server. Go ahead, cruel philosopher. Take him a call where you calling from tonight. I'm calling from a Bronx New York all right welcome. Thanks to the Statue Discussion A. To Choose. Plot losing. We're losing your packets John. Hold here for just a moment. We're going to come back to in just a bit you. If you want to check your computer, sometimes, what happens is somebody might have an upload going with you just started a torrent or something like that and he's got to get. That final episode of Tiger King in right right, so if there's something going on, that might be consuming some upstream bandwidth that can affect that so we'll come back to cruel philosopher here in just a moment. Let's go to bad slave in the meantime also on Dischord, good Bachelorette's. Hi thanks for taking my call. It's my considered opinion that. That Lincoln owns the civil war. Okay that that. Basically, you know. He pushed the south. You know who had every right. To separate from the North as As a free people ought to be not. Sure is the right thing. What many of the people in the South is? For. But it was great by by both the north, and the south that that slavery could exist, and I disagree okay big. You know vehemently with with slavery in general but. The fact is that. The North and the South agreed that slavery could exist and so basically the north. You know level frigging the south, and and was engaged in killing probably about. Seven hundred thousand Americans those still the highest body count of. Of. Hopefully it always will be American. Hopefully you know. I find it fascinating that people make fun of the USSR for falling apart rate in the nineties but in fact it was a constitution allowed the republic's to secede from the union, and and they became their own countries, and similarly the Brexit is because the EU allows for such a thing to happen i. think ever since Texas. And the Alamo I think there is no right of succession I. Think no state is able to. Succeed without bloodshed. Functionally there is no right of secession and be interesting to see what would happen. If if a state attempted to secede, it's time for the right reasons. Wants to let's do it now I. Hope we can be California to, but somebody can do it. Bad Slave. Other thoughts go ahead. Well. I want to also say that you know you don't have to tear down any of these. Memorials all you've gotTa do is. As Post on each of them in the crimes of the you know, they can attribute to those people. That are saying add to the statue like a plaque of all the horrors. Through the tweets. This is not fact. Check caveat as you. Thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number here is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three. So we're GONNA try cruel philosopher again here. We're going to see if we have some better luck. Crew philosopher calling from the Bronx. You're back on. Okay. Can you guys so far go ahead? Okay so I agree with your over a position on a statues is kind of a weird. Thing that we do in culture. I wanted to ask you. are there. Any statute would be okay with you. Know Sports, or or you just against them? As a principal I'm against the public. The government statues meaning if a sports stadium that's privately funded, which doesn't exist out there, but if there's like a private sports stadium and they want to put a babe, Ruth statue up or something like that whatever man? That's cool. Never killed anybody right Whatever I I would go so far as to say any private organization that wants to make a statue pretty much anybody they wanna make statue of. That's their business now you put a statue of Stalin outside your. Business and a it's going to cost you business and be somebody's GonNa. Come along and defaced it at some point or another. She can spend a lot of time working on that statue or Hitler you you pick your your bad guy gingas Kahn for God's sakes people are going to face that thing and so that's I. think that should be the private property owner that has to deal with that particular issue rather than the. great-great-great-great-grandfather great grandfather whatever, but he didn't Gingas Kahn sire a ton of children, basically most of. The bloodline. Almost every male Asian is related to Gingas Kahn. which wouldn't that make every female Asian? I look. I. Don't know how to work. But you know I I suspect I'm on that list. I know there's one ray, Mongolian my cruel philosophers there like a particular statue that kind of. Your into I think I think mainly staff was kind of weird. I think human beings have like this this This needs to worship. Also explains all the religions that we have united to raise somebody whether it's worshipful or not, but to just simply raise another human being above the level Oh. 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Ask One more question about The South End they seem to be the people that are you know the super pro? America people you know very pro military pro-police, but then they also have this love affair with like the confederate statues and federal flags, and once again I'm confused at how conservatives like have these two. Processes in the same you know mind space well. I I'll. I'll take that one as as a southerner I kind of get it and former conservative. I mean you know I? Still somewhat conservative? I suppose I look pretty conservative life. I can tell you that Like like the the idea is again. I would never put a confederate flag sticker on the back of my car. Because, it would make some people feel bad. And why in the world would you put a sticker on the back of your car? That's just spreading some bad feelings I mean. Put a big smiley face or whatever they're. Make some people happy. If you're going to take that real estate up on the bumper your car, let's do some nice things with it however. I I kinda get where they're coming from it. To some extent, it's a it's really about sort of geography and where they're from there to them. It's about their from this particular area, and this particular area has certain beliefs, and you know this they mix that makes us better or different, or whatever the idea is, and so they can with with no irony at all, put an American flag on one side of their pickup truck, a confederate flag on the other side of their pickup truck and ride around town going woo right and and. yeehaw right like it doesn't in any way shape or form show up to them as a besmirching the memories on either side it's. Not. That way I think there is a bit of irony. Here I get I. Get it how northerners look at this stuff I drive to say this as as someone who. Has looked at both political parties and seeing them switch over and over and over. Okay I, what you said. Is exactly what I was saying. Which is that? How can you say you're the Party of Lincoln the Republican Party when the Republican? Party was the reason that the south seceded? How can you? Hear in, keene. The Republicans have a Lincoln Day dinner every year. You're saying you're the party of Lincoln, but you have the confederate flag and the confederacy literally South Carolina the first State to succeed officially in their declaration, said where seating because Lincoln was elected. Right and there were four of the states that specifically mentioned the owning of Black People in Chattel. Slavery as part of their reasons for leaving the United States and I think that it's important to point that is that although I do like the idea of secession sustained shooting new this. I think this is probably the worst reason to go ahead and do it so yeah. I'll say this to There are many conservatives like. Oh I forgot his name. conservative comedian Pretty famous. Hitler was a liberal. A change my mind guy. College campus. Steven crowder. crowder goes Hitler as liberal because Nazis have the word socialist in the name, so they checkmate socialist, not exactly socialist, but yeah right so so the thing is. They the so many conservatives would look at the rally called. Unite the right with KKK. Members or neo Nazis marching, and they would say they are leftists. They're called. Unite the right, but they're saying that they are left us. Because are for big government, or for you know sort of that sort of thing I I would say there are conservatives are divided on. WHAT IS CONSERVATISM I. or at least Republicans slash conservatives might be divided I'm not saying on the left. They're not divided. Yvo. Yeah, I was GonNa, say I mean we can. We can sit here and make fun of Southerners and Conservatives all night, not intending to I'm. Trying to to plenty of inconsistencies within the the people on. Everybody. Just make sure I'm not coming up conservatives is. A genuine curiosity! So. How can they do it and I? Don't think there's a a really good answer for this. It's the the answer simply is they don't see the irony to them. The confederate, the second confederate battle flag, or what country love their state right and. I've actually seen a guy with a tattoo of the state of Florida with the Florida flag in it, which is by the way somewhat reminiscent of the confederate flag and you know to him like he's so into Florida that he got. Florida Tattoo I have never seen such a thing. But you know go to Texas. Tech Aren't blows. Everybody away when it comes to nationalism well. Okay, so, but look at the. There's plenty of inconsistencies that are you know what there's no answer to these questions? But why would the antiwar left disappear when Obama was dropping bombs? There you go. Everybody doesn't want to. They, don't they? They can't handle the cognitive dissonance. 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The toll free number is eight, hundred, five, four, fifty, free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. We do have the discord call in line rooms over discord. Don L. R. N. DOT FM so. We've had greg on the last couple of days. He's up here on a little vacation, maybe a little business. I don't know maybe a little mix both loving it, but it's good to have you here and you were a longtime collar of the show prior to becoming one of our sponsors. You are one of people behind inter-korean. That's right and we've talked a lot about Inter coin recently. There's a bunch of really neat aspects to this thing Inter coin dot. Org is where you can go. So, what is one of your favorite I? Mean as as the developer or one of the larger your team is. It's about five people that we work with for years already, so five people. You guys have a good history together now. What are some of the things or one of the things? That is most exciting to you? Because I've got a whole bunch of 'em here and we've talked about a bunch, but you know if somebody were to ask you about. Enter coin. What's one of the responses you'd give? Well I think it's about freedom. I think that technology tends to distribute power to people So you know throughout history saw we had the post office and that was the government institution. Now we have email. Right, so a lot of things go through email now you. Had you know printing presses? Where I wasn't good enough or proved to be printed? It wouldn't be printed now. You have desktop printing. Thanks to Steve Jobs in the laser writer, and you have personal computers where before and so on and websites and websites I mean look at just the telephone industry twenty years ago. How much did it cost to call long distance, right? Your callers would pay one dollar a minute. Maybe now you don't even think about it. Because of voiceover Ip we took away the privileged power of phone companies to connect your calls with those operators right and we had packet switching where now the infrastructure is operated by nameless infrastructure providers who compete. And your message can be encrypted and no one can. Even read it right. That's the future and so in coin uses cryptography and use it in a way. That picks up from where Bitcoin and the theory. I'm left off. See bitcoin is secure and they're secure. But they're not scalable enough to seem like it. Yeah, I mean I if they were. Everyone would be used more flexible and enter coin. Has that flexibility bitcoin sort of you know broke ground and created the solve the double double spin problem, but the idea that you would stop at one technology and say this. Is it right? There couldn't be anything better than this technology, Ladies and gentlemen. I bring you the two thousand twenty model. T. Forward. Who would buy that crap? Brown. Now available in Brown I had a friend who had a model. T for the thing wouldn't go uphill. They had to get out and push. So. It was like you know you need a new architecture. I mean global consensus. It sounds overkill so thing about every other internet protocol sits out there email. Does anybody ask how many transactions per second email can have? How many emails can the Internet Support Never Been. I've never even heard the question. Asked right. Because you can add more computers to the Internet. Yeah, and then you could have more things happen in parallel same thing nobody says. How many websites can the web power because again? The more web servers more web clients. The more things can happen, right. It's only when it comes to global consensus. Who owns what with with Bitcoin? Therion with proof of work? Not just work. It's just a global blockchain that everything must go into the next block, but who is mining the block? It's one computer in the world so that one computer. Is the bottleneck. No matter how many computers you have in the network, there's a huge bottleneck them, and so if you're going to have everyone paying each other, so bitcoin solve one problem, really well scarcity right and sending money once in a while, but if you WANNA, send money all the time small amounts way. Right transactions of all sizes. That's why we started inner coin. So if you're listening, you want to support this project. You just go to enter Coin Dot Org away to support. The project is by the Tokens. We have pre sale of it are tokens now? Does that mean that anybody can buy Tokens? Because at one point, it was a situation where only? Accredited investors, which is basically the super wealthy people with more than a million dollars to invest. Yeah, pretty much. Well. From what we understand, our legal advisers told us We have plenty of people now that have bought into coin. It are tokens over a year ago. and they didn't go by with a view to resell, or at least they didn't tell us that they did so now. They can go ahead and you can buy from them, so it doesn't matter. You don't have to be a credit you can. You can buy a hundred bucks a day now. When did that stop? When did that change? Because I feel like? When we started promoting her coin, it was only for accredited investors. When did that I think? We got enough people that that held it for a year right then in earlier this year when that. If you're an accredited investor, right and you, you come to the. Cared. Okay okay. That's the random I don't know. This earlier this year, right? No, it's okay. If you come to the site, you fill out the form you put your email in. There Inter Dot Org Inner Coin Dot Org you get updates about the project you can join the community, and then during that filling out the form you're asked. Are you in a credited investor? Take you to wikipedia where you could see. Oh, okay I I let's say you are a credit investor. You could buy directly from us You know provided you not a terrorist or something we do KYC. But if you are a not an accredited investors. Terrorist end a credit investor at the same time. One man's terrorist is. No, but if you're not if you're just a listener, you want to support the project and one hundred dollars of inner coin. You can do that now for the most part. By filling out that same for him. But you would be buying from. Investors and you would help connect those people with those invest. We have a bulletin board where we list. So. Here's what I'm curious about. Because you mentioned the Inter Klein there's these tokens and there are Theorem, Tokens. Is this going to be somehow swapped out for a different kind of inter-clan later, or is inter-korean going to be on the? It's not going to be it. therion based, is it? It's well the actual networks, not going to be based in a way. It's actually a competitor to a theory, yeah! So, but we're using it are a theory tokens as a stand-in. To represent what then you will swap out one for one inner coin, so at some point in the future way tokens fund the creation of the system that those tokens upon which they will be useful. Does that an accurate say? That's one of the ways we fund. It yeah. Okay okay! That clarifies that good to know. I'm really glad to know that that it's in a phase where the average person who's got one hundred bucks to drop, or whatever can can do that now because there was this the first security token. Legal in the United States, no first of all the the term security token okay implies that the opposite is a utility token right enter point has plenty of utility in Switzerland. There's a more nuanced regulator would be considered a utility token. it unlocks all these applications you can do like you by launching your own Coin Your own community coin. That's what it's really designed for so in for the time being. We're doing the investment. Period. And, that's why the Theorem is good for once in a while you buy it once in a while you it to someone else, but it's not for everyday transactions, okay? So that's yeah, we're raising money with that, but. What was your question? Mark was It are the first legal security coin. No there were other coins. Issued by American companies like ripple like orchid and they. Have Different. Different. People have different ideas about whether they're securities or not okay I. Think in her coin is probably a security. Sorry, the it are token is probably a security I don't know if Inter coin would be, but when it as if it is okay, you're covering your butt, and that's the smart thing to do in a situation where potentially millions of dollars are involved, and the government is is hot to trot when you come and. Then? They hate success. Yeah, yeah, so I'm glad I'm really glad to hear that. Because nobody WHO's one of our CO hosts? He's really into to crypto currencies. More of like a programmer Kinda Kinda guy and he got really excited when he went to Inter coin dot org, because it's like really up his alley and is really interested. And then he was like totally bummed because he thought. Oh, no I'm not an accredited investor I can't get involved in in that way, but I'm glad to hear that now. Now now anybody can do that. Yeah Andrew. Coyne dot org over there and check that out. That's a big change and I'm sure. A lot of people were waiting for it. Enter coin, TR COIN DOT Org. We got more coming up here your calls. Your thoughts welcome since we're talking about money is an interesting question is America headed for post apocalyptic currency collapse? We'll tell you about it on the way here. Eighty, five, four, fifty, free like freedom, and you can join us this. Is Free Talk Live? You know what's really smart. Wash your hands frequently practice social distancing and stay home told to do so. You know what's really dumb to ignore your immune system. 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Is the currency gonNA collapse well well, the answer is yes. Let's say it can't happen here. Well, no I mean like you would be a fool to say that the currents they united United States. Dollar and the British pound aren't going to collapse. The question is as I just stated it. You gotTA. Know Win because Libertarians have been predicting the downfall of the dollar for decades, sprite and been falling down. It just hasn't completely gone out tonight. That's a feature. China China had the treasury's and Chinese economy has. Just blossomed over the last twenty years. So now, they're talking about having a digital currency digital. Right? You want right. Yeah Yeah so I think I've I've read somewhere recently that like the US obviously loves to have the US dollar be the reserve currency of the world, and it's used everywhere. In fact, I'm going to go out and say what is our biggest export. Is Dollar Yeah dollars dollars because. Production we are the only ones that can print them and we. Don't print them. We don't print them. That's actually true. Yeah, the banks issue them. A lot of the time digital dollars, but the point is that they're afraid that the digital dollars are going to sorry. The digital other currency one yuan with better technology will leapfrog the dollar well. That's the the thing that they really should be paying. Attention to is had warning bitcoins been around since two thousand nine. The Federal Reserve knows how to make better money. It's just that they haven't had to so when the yawn. Yawn comes out in its digital form. By the way the United States. Dollar is a digital currency currently has a physical form, but it's a digital mostly mostly digital. When you on comes out with better features well. Yeah, I mean you. You better be concerned the difference though I think between what you're talking about where you say the US dollar is digital in that your know your credit cards for instance and bank accounts. Accounts Caesar all digital. They're Zeros and ones indicating dollars. That's what you mean. Yes, I think the difference I. Understand it between what China is talking about and what you're saying because obviously, China's had the digital you on that way as well they've had bank accounts surprise So what's different now is the idea that the Central Bank itself will be issuing its own wallet, right its own, essentially digital currency wallet that would. would be the new differentiation right, and that has implications for freedom. I want to touch on and banks as well and banks. The thing is right now. You can think of banks as layer to currency on top of the dollar, so they have a reserve. You know because I've built this kind of stuff. With Jenner coins so I'm talking about it the banks have reserve men. At least they did until two. Months ago wiped it out what you say layer two. They're doing business in imaginary dollars because they have enough dollars that they can cover any one of these currencies or ten of any one of these transactions are ten of these transactions are one hundred, the transactional and another. Is that they are in the middle between the Federal Reserve and the user. GonNa. Make sure they cannot fall, so therefore is going to give them as much money as they need. That's what the Repo rate and the bank deals with the Federal Reserve they send cash to the Federal Reserve can get cash from the Federal Reserve, and so on and so many people don't know this, but the ach is actually done through the Federal Reserve Yup and wire transfers Anwar. Transmitting Oh. Swift Network Yeah, so my point is that the banks are issuing the money. Most ninety five percent of our money at least I think is issued by banks and underwritten by underwriters and then the money is to be paid back through cash flows of businesses to which it's loaned out. That's digital money and I think what you're talking about. In is that the Federal Reserve System will act as its own issuer of these new digital dollars the implication for. Freedom is that now? Everything will be tracked. Of course that's right, and that's what they've always wanted. Yeah cash is not good for governments. They They WanNa know where you are, and what you're doing at all times in having a digital currency and more importantly abolishing cash for them, because they can create this digital currency, but if they still have cash out there, then it still has that problem of being untraceable for the most part right. You don't go by your drugs with a credit card. No because you gotTA use cash and everybody understands it because cash isn't tracked trackable. So. That's what's going to change. If that's what is coming now again, there haven't been any plans announced in the United States this full digital dollar, but you're starting to see some businesses for instance saying they're not taking dollars anymore, and they're using corona virus as the excuse to say well, you know cash dirty, and it is but now it's people are scared enough to where they're willing to stop. I'M GONNA go out and say that some of these companies are big enough like we chat in China. is big enough with a million merchants that you can do the payments through each at no one's using cash anyway in China, so they already have digital yuan in simply outsourced to we chat with has ties to the Chinese government like to point out that when I was in Saipan. People doing. Business, on. Yeah so we chat well. It is a Chinese creation is being done. You know a places that aren't China well. There's a lot of tourism in sight pan. The reason for that so analysis from seven gleason money metals exchange your rights just when it seemed as though America maybe turning the corner after months of lockdown, just when it seemed as though we were on a path to reopening and gradually returning to normalcy, just when the prospects of panic induce social unrest seem to be behind US America's cities erupted into flames. And TEPA and black lives matter organized rioting, looting, violence, and mayhem I don't know if it's fair to say that. Black lives matter organized those even Antifa from what I can tell. Black lives matter organized peaceful protests, but going on he says the country's in Panama him even if insurrections are. Are The instructions are soon quelled as Donald trump promised to do in a speech in front of the White House on Monday. The consequences won't soon go away away. Some epidemiologists seized on the protests to predict a spike in the spread of the coronavirus. 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Mark and you can join us toll free at eight, fifty, four fifty free. We've been talking about money and the question over at F- extreme dot com is America headed for a post apocalyptic. Apocalyptic currency collapse and you know the question is. When will the US dollar die? It seems like it's inevitable that signs point to maybe well all of the The government monies in overtime failed eventually right. I mean subject over the course of entropy. Has this effect right well? Go printing money. Yeah, Oh, yeah, but in a million years we won't have this. Civilization and billion years we won't have this planet. No. Doubt the amount of time that government currencies last is usually what one hundred years or something like that. It's not particularly. For only forty. That's forty. The to. Way Overdue really kicked. The numbers in in the crotch are the pound sterling not backed by sterling and the US dollar, which by the way is a? Derivative of Dutch word meaning a certain measurement of silver right so both of these Fiat currencies. We Fiat meeting. The government has said that they are currencies are lies because the pound sterling isn't backed by sterling and the US dollar. By. Dollar was the pound sterling backed by silver in the past. Yes, so was the United States dollar dollar versus dollar, and what happened was in the civil war to we were talking about the civil war to bankroll the civil war. Government needs money so it would issue bonds, but then they issued the greenback. Yeah, the Green Yeah but greenback that became the most popular monetary instruments at the time we had the the free banking era, so the federal government wasn't in the business of either back stopping the banks. In terms of liability, but also regulating the reserves, the states were doing that, and so in the free banking era, many banks failed because they overextended themselves in the was run on the bank and so on. Well the federal government. issued. The greenback and it was redeemable. Two things only was the the tariffs because that's what the government was funded by the right. You could pay tariffs with it, and the other is land taxes. Because at the time you pay land taxes to I suppose the federal government. I'm not sure about them, but maybe the maybe paid to the state since some money to the feds. Arrangement maybe but anyway, because they're so there was so much that you can use it on versus like a local bank where you can only redeem it at that local bank. At became the most popular monetary instrument, and then that wasn't good enough. They made it legal tender for all debts, public and private says that on every dollar. If you look what that means is that if you go to a state court and you, you have a debt like. Let's say you went to the restaurant and then you skipped out on your bill. Well they're going to ask that. You offer dollars. And the restaurant owner says yeah, but I wanted gold. They say case dismissed because it's legal. Tender say they can't force you to give any other. Type of remuneration, dollars have become legal tender, and that is how they effectively made it so that dollars are accepted everywhere. But you couldn't do business in a way that say lawnmowers, and you can say I'm only accepting gold bullion for lawnmowers, and so much as you don't give the lawnmower to them until the gold built bullion as opposed to a restaurant where they eat the food and then. You go up to pay the bill. There are restaurants where you pay the bill, and then you get the food. That's true. That's how it worked in in Japan. That's how it worked at McDonalds. You know why here recently The lady accidentally gave me the bag I and she's like. Please don't drive away. I'd. Those are the only restaurants that can say. We don't take paper because everyone else. Yeah, you don't take paper. Okay Goodbye. Longest time. They weren't taking cards now. They do so story here from street dot Com about the inevitable fall of the dollar. Really the question is when is talking about how sort of this perfect storm what has has occurred Jeremy Barring of the daily wires. Boring B.. O. R. E. I. N. G. It is, and he writes. For the daily wire should change your name if you write for a living and your name is boring. That's social. Chaos erupted in an eight step process. One instill fear, which of course governments have been doing check forever. To lock people in their houses check three drive tens of millions out of work four remove pressure valves like sports, concerts, bars, theaters lunch with friends things that people can do to blow off some steam like my life sucks I'm GonNa go. Drink can't even do that now. They're drinking well centering at all right drink more now number five all the time. Close the churches as we discussed earlier number six dehumanize through masking the healthy, and that's what I've been saying about the masks. This whole time is as dehumanisation masquerading as though it's something that's good for humanity right I mean when you can't see people's faces. That's the definition of. Dehumanisation Yep and number seven wait eight strike the match. The match was the death of suspect named George Floyd He. He had fenton other drugs in his system, and may have been charged with a relatively minor crime. A police officer appeared to use excessive force in pinning him down, actually was more than one clearly floyd's death in police actions that led to it deserve to be investigated, but the establishment media decided without evidence of racial bias by the officer, and in contradiction to evidence that shows black arrestees are actually less likely to be killed by white cops. That's interesting claim I have not heard that. Before, he says. I don't know today. Presumably, it would be all the other. The other races of cops to make Floyd's death all about the incendiary issue of race time will tell race played a role, but most agree the video evidence show the officer in the wrong, and so the fire was lit. The American Institute for Economic Research Notes Quote. Many of the overly competent planners who hatched this disaster are hunkered down in hiding. People are unlikely to ever hold the mainstream media in high regard, unquote sowing the seeds of hatred and whipping up already anxious populations into a frenzy over fabricated narrative racism of A. A single person's death means many more lives that should have mattered will now be lost to senseless violence. The article concludes pessimistically quote the best laid plans inspired by myopic maters shoeing of expert opinions of dissident scientists, disregarding essential rights fueled by media, fabrications and irresponsible imposed by governments at all levels. It's a new chapter of the road to serfdom unquote. Some economists are predicting a death blow to small businesses that were already unprecedented. They don't see house like a lot of small businesses that I've seen have gone out of. It's already happening. Under unprecedented financial strain remember when we were reading about business owners, and they're kind of opinion of what's happening to them. We read a story of some California business owners on one st interviewed like six different business owners like ask them you know what's happening to you. How? How's this affecting your business and a lot of them were saying I. Don't think I can make it past may well. We're about to be out of May area, very. Article from business insider more than half of American retailers didn't pay their rent in April May and it could upset the entire county. Let's talk about that coming up. I I'm glad you brought that up. Because when I first saw you showed me that headline and when I glanced at it, I thought it said half of American renters and I'm like Oh. Yeah, that's believable, but then I looked closely and it's. Taylor retailers haven't paid their rent, so we gotta get into that to. Some economists were predicting this the death blow to small businesses that were already under unprecedented financial strain, if they weren't ransacked looted and destroyed by who against they will feel the macro effects of urban decline and flight, plummeting consumer confidence, falling property values and worsening budgetary crises for state and local governments, but don't worry Walmart Amazon, Google J., P. Morgan Chase and all their close friends in DC will be just fine. Yeah, they're doing okay in the event that any too big to fail entity runs into trouble. It'll get bailed out by the Federal Reserve. Just like they did in two thousand and eight. What's in it? Those cruise ship companies that are asking the US government to bail them out sure in the newspapers same the same companies that offshore all of their right registrations to other countries. Exactly the demands for bailouts, going forward will only accelerate lockdown relief is still being dispensed and soon quote riot relief unquote to the currency crisis will also come perhaps later this year, perhaps further out in time, admittedly most of us in the sound money camp have been surprised at how resilient the Federal Reserve. Note has been for so long as you. You said Mark these guys have been predicting the downfall of the dollar for decades. Federal, reserve is an excellent bunch of Jugglers, but the world's primary reserve currency has never had to weather a storm. Quite like the one we're in now. No Government can borrow into oblivion, and no currency can be printed into oblivion without that currency, losing credibility and purchasing power. So where's this one going to go? 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We're talking about the money situation and how dire it looks on the horizon I always looked bad for the dollar. The value of it has been plummeting ever since they took the golden silver backing away from it way back in the day. I guess Nixon finally got rid of the silver standard, or whatever it was in early seven rights, so what the what Nixon did was that nations could demand gold four dollars that they held, and that was. The Britain would accords and That's canceled that. Basically you know. Dollars and they got rid of the people being able to collect the silver backing the silver certificates. What was at the thirty s? I think when they stopped I don't know that part. Yeah, because it used to you, you can still find them every now and you'll find. And it says very clearly on it that you can turn this in for an amount of silver right because it wasn't a note, it wasn't evidence of debt. It was evidence of value right. So Ian Greg and mark in the studio here tonight. We're sharing an opinion piece from Ethics Street Dot Com where he's talking about potential. Collapse of the currency coming up after all this terrible news that has hit this economic downturn as a result of the government's restrictions, responding to the covid nineteen. which was you know as I've put it in in recent months, completely overblown no government he says can borrow into oblivion, and no currency can be printed into oblivion without that currency, losing credibility and purchasing power. I mean just look at Venice Walea. You want a great example of the failure of one of. Of the most recent in our history failures of currency, the people of Venezuela they know better than to hold onto a bolivar. You get that boulevard and you spend it at soon as you possibly can. Because it's going to be worth less ten minutes later, potato, yeah, the the the US debt clock that's the US debt clock dot Org. What's it right now? Jumped up dramatically with trump's issuing wasn't just trump. Remember. That was a bipartisan bill that trump signed find. The trump is going to get the get the blame the blame for it, but keep in mind. The government had been going into debt the previous four years i. Not Raising revenues, and still spending well, and that's what they've always done basically. They're constantly going into deeper and deeper debt, and that's to be expected because they themselves aren't held liable for, and I predicted that if trump gets reelected that you will see a forty trillion dollar debt at the end of his term, and I don't know how it's going to happen. It's just happened that way up to this point now. At this point we're twenty five trillion dollars, so Tiktok it's coming I don't know if trump's gonna get reelected and I don't know how that will affect the debt, but the debt is at an incredible. Height and I just don't know what is going to happen. The States Federal Reserve Note. It's a note because its issuance of debt correct and. I, mean you know? How does this work? We don't have a lot of. A lot of experience as a debt note as the world's reserve currency. What could happen I? Don't know what's going to have well. It Ain't GonNa be pretty disaster a few things one is. The microeconomic level that Treasury Let's say prince, the dollars right as we said the banks, the smaller banks they underwrite loans, and then the Federal Reserve. Does open market operations on federal? The federal government says that makes the calculation that it's better to borrow than print. Because by the time they need to service that debt the dollar will be worth less so it. Actually it's cheaper for them to just say I owe you money with dollars. That would be worth a lot less than the future. Having said that though. When the? There's an opposite problem that's happening when people lose jobs, the opposite problem is that dollars becomes scarce because as remembered most the dollars are issued by banks. And then when that cash flow defaults. Can't fault on their at fault on their loans. Where's that money? That money poof disappeared on from economies so pretty reflation deflation, so this printing with more dollars. This canes in type of thing isn't exactly creating excess dollars. If a lot of dollars simply disappearing for a great point, that's the Federal Reserve is. Four trillion dollars, but the trump administration signed the bill to issue two trillion dollars of US debt, so that gets a little more complicated because currently basically your income taxes the state's income tax. The whole total receipts goes to pay the interest on the loans. The Grace Commission that have been taken up to this point, so you know like at what point are we not taxing enough to pay the interest that we're you know we're already kicking the debt down the road to our grandchildren and great grandchildren and whomever else is going to deal with it. What happens when you can't pay the interest either. I. Don't know we nothing good. Your credit rating suffers, but anyway the thing that helps the United States, is that the government's money? The dollar because of the Bretton Woods system is in demand all over the world. It is so as long as other countries are doing worse than we are. We are okay we can print money because others we'll take it well. You know I mean. You know when you can see the. When you're jogging down the the track and you might be the guy in the lead. Sometimes you got to look back and see whether or not there's a guy behind you. That's running faster and right now. What China's doing with this digital currency is they've kicked in for that final run. They're gonNA. Try to pass the United States and if they do like once. I believe once somebody passes once. One currency passes the US dollar who boom. It just blows up now. That did not happen with the pound sterling. I'd like to point that out London. Is still the world's banking center in new? York has a strong claim on that as Hong Kong But mind you. China's taking over Hong. Kong and China will be one of the world's banking centers here in the relatively near future, but it seems to me once. Somebody passes up once. The US dollar is no longer the most valuable thing. It's just gone. Just falls like a rock is. How is your prediction? It's prediction. But you're right, though and you're doing good example Greg of how this system is manipulated from top to bottom, and they've got some. They've got a lot of tricks up their sleeve. That has kept this thing afloat up for a long time, and so you're pointing out that you know even though they are printing like crazy, they're also just replacing. The the loans that had already existed are now being defaulted upon, and so maybe the total is you know. Maybe the aggregate will be deflation instead of inflation. It's possible you gotta worry about, and you look at the Great Depression even. Milton Friedman who has quite libertarian in many of his ideas. Sure you know he criticized. Criticized the feds well, if the Fed does it given that it exists, it should never have existed, but given that it exists it should do its job. And what was the job of the Fed it was to be the lender of last resort. Yeah, and it. They didn't lend one third of the banks failed, and when the banks failed, one third of the money failed I want that looks like is try to get a job and they tell you we have no money to hire you, so you have no money to spend at the retailers and the retailers can't pay their rent, and so, what happens is the money's got to come back into the economy because. Just for people to sit around, doing nothing is probably the worst outcome. There can be, and that's the outcome. That's what's happening now. That's why pouring money into the economy may in this case be reviving it, but it definitely redistributes the money in ways that. 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Those loan liars that. That's right along. Is that knows? Exactly what? I go down to the liquor store right down the street where they're making my sandwich, which they only serve outside, you can't go in unless you have a mask on and I'm Lucky I. I can't go in anywhere. There's places down here. There's the the biggest hardware store that's not home depot down. Here called mid. Cape Home Centers. They're not accepting cash, so guess what she's. You guys don't get my damn business. Yup and another. And I, it's it's enraging because these people in Massachusetts don't get it. They love their servitude. They love their slavery. They really do and they end for me. Saying this stuff, they'll probably think I'm some kind of terrorist I'm not kidding I. Mean really that's what that's how these people are. They'll believe anything television tells them they'll believe anything. The governor tells them they really will so and it's a beautiful place. Don't get me wrong. There's where I'm at that. There's there's there's like. Bugs. We got nice breeze here. You don't get river. We get shellfish out of all the time and. Yeah. It's beautiful and you know but when? Sheep. It's full of obedient. Serfs who will do whatever it is that they're told to do? And I won't go into a business that asked me to wear a face condom. Are they asking or are. They refused surveys on the door. It's right on the door and a lot of places. I go in the morning and I get I. Get a couple of those monster energy drinks coffee ones in the morning I go to a gas station and I. Tell Them I said simple. You your, you're I. Tell Him I said tool may sit the girls. I'm always flirting with him I. Say you got such a beautiful smile course? She's wearing a mask. So and they're all love. Have we have a good time, but you know finally. They put up their their counter condom. You know and I said this is the lousy EST bullet. I didn't say that I said S. Yeah, anyway, you know. S. Bulletproof glass. I've ever seen same you. Say That everybody turns. Invite them to your party. That those people as Nice as they are, they're still mass mass holes, so they you know they don't get it. you know but just to clarify something Lumpy. Are you experiencing that these businesses are asking or or refusing service? Because most of the places are holding most of the places around here or a lot of them have signs on the door, especially the more corporate kind of places they have signs on the door. That will say things like we request that you wear a mask, or we expect that you wear a mask, but very rare that you'll see. Masks are required. But I did finally run into that at Citizens Bank here in Kenya other days. It's the first time because I I've been out and about out hurriedly requiring you to wear a mask into a bank, right. Thing yeah, I walked. Woman behind the counter she stands. There's there were like four counters right counter areas where tellers could stand behind right course they don't have four tellers I've seen people with a gun on their hip and banks. BEEN IN I've been in the Bank of America. Kim Keen with a nine millimeter on my hip with I've had no problem. Open carrying guns into most banks, Citizens Bank however is the only bank that has refused to allow me to enter with a gun I. Wonder if they would let you carry a gun and require you to. Carry a mask. We'll citizens bank will allow you to wear to wear a gun at all. They haven't allowed that ever shoes. No Service, no mask no! Other basically they say that I've seen that, says no shirt. No shoes I've seen the no mass. No Service, so I'll tell you what I you know. How I get you guys might be I. I've I've said loud enough for them to hear that they're idiots. Many times because I'm so enraged I'm so mad I the place I go to to buy shingles and stuff like that and. Stuff I mean. They have this extended counter. They have a huge piece of thick plywood out there now on the other side of the counter and they have a long handle. They accept cash, or at least I go there and they don't ask me about wearing a mask man. They're all wearing a mask on their stupid Jen's like idiots. Or their noses sticking out? It's over their mouth. anyways, but. To me on a big long piece of wood with a paper plate with a pizza drawn on it. That's how they hand me my chain. Change your money on that. Yeah, I'm in there with a buddy of mine and cracking jokes every time I'm in there about anyway you know sideways jokes, but so as a handyman now this place is horrible and I love living here. It's a beautiful place and everything, but it's it's still Massachusetts, and it's the land of the sheep so I want to start taking. CRYPTO currency and I know Greg's on the show tonight, so Greg Can I ask you a question about in, aucoin. Yes, sure. All Right? You're I. Think you're the invader creator I guess right. You could say that all right now. So what would now I'm I'm so anonymous to this stuff I haven't taken it before. I got an edge wallet rate and I'd like to be able to start taking crypto for my car, my cousins but You know a lot of these people are Massachusetts people. They don't get it anyway. So in a lot of my customers are elderly, and there's no way they're you know they. There's no way they're gonNA this is Cape Cod this is a retirement place. People come here to die like they go to learn a new thing at the end of their life. No, they're done and. So you know. I believe that integration is being treated as a security now. I'M A tax protester. I haven't paid taxes and well over a decade and I I never like Ridley where I was I sent him a letter I. Believe David. Lee. Is You guys know? He sent him a letter and said you know I guess that's the way that you keep them from hassling you. I just I'm. Not GonNa pay him. Because they don't believe in anything they do, so. was there a question about? Yeah so, how can I? How what now Inter now would I get on the on the radar if I started taking a coin, because I believe is treated as a security where he theory or some other things are i. don't want beyond the. King. Is there some sort of legal liability to accept? Enter coined. Yeah that's a great question so a security. Yeah, UH, is defined basically by this how he test, which was Howie versus the United States. This Supreme Court I think it was a it was a court. Basically said, look at security is something where people expect it to go up in value, they buy it not because it gives you access to certain things, but mostly to speculate and to hold it into. Sell it, so that's why we treat Kwena security because that's. That's why I think many people are buying a new I C O, or whatever you call it new token thinking well the if the network grows and the whole thing goes up, it could be like the next bitcoin right so that's why people might WanNa. Get it, however the problem and this problem telegram had this problem just recently is that the federal government basically stopped them from using the telegram grams as a currency right and they stopped them from even launching. They. Thing. Are, we talking about tees. Anyway, so, don't say. Okay? So? So Inter coin has two levels Inter quaint itself is the the gold of the economy. You would issue your own currency and the you would actually have your own currency which would be pegged to the dollar if you wanted to. Whatever it wouldn't be security, it doesn't have to be done. To bitcoin, and this is just getting started so inter-korean itself hasn't really launched it. You're doing a fundraising period inter coin dot Org. 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I think they say around a thousand so far this year. Oh, just this year! Okay got it. But I wanted to talk about one of those thousands. Of course, know about George and we talked tonight about Duncan, limp. But there's a Brianna Taylor. Who Was Shot in Louisville Kentucky? She was shot about. This was about two months ago and now the protesters are also taking up this case, but she was an emt technician and she was killed the Swat team the in her house with her boyfriend. Her boyfriend she was twenty. Seven I believe. Five wow. Very young lady and she was there. Of course she's a black. Not, that that matters because glimp- was awake, but at any rate. She's an EMT technician. She's not never been in trouble. They come into her house because somebody supposedly was picking up packages there that look look suspicious. So her boyfriend had a gun took a shot at a cop. FEMORAL artery. A He survived. Buckling the than the SWAT team of course opens up and they kill this lady. Did. They know they were cops when they were coming through the you know coming into the house. Well, of course, guess, believe it or not. These cops didn't even have body cams in this in this day and age. There's no excuse for that thought. They were playing closed. But maybe maybe I'm wrong on that one. I don't think so probably. But. They claim. They announced that they were beliefs. Before breaking in the door, neighbors hold on, wait wait. Okay I have a little experience with criminals and their behavior, having spent eight and half years in a Florida prison, and I can tell you that it's part of the training that the criminals put themselves through. Put each other through to say hey, it's police rightly. They'll yell police before they do things in order to get to to throw you off the first place, right? Mattered whether they said police, but there's a discrepancy whether they said police are not you're supposed to. Say where police. Yeah, yeah, so it really shouldn't matter so anyway. The Guy Hits one of the cops. They blast the house. Full of bullets kill this lady. And this has been like two months ago. But. People don't realize how often things like this happen and there there shouldn't even be one case like this, not even one. And there's. Hundreds of Ellen is just interject here gene according to the NPR piece that was published today about Mariana Taylor's death. She and her boyfriend Kenneth were at home in her apartment when a team of Plainclothes Louisville. Police officers arrived execute a no knock warrant early in the morning of March thirteen, so it's early morning plainclothes no knock knock according to her family's lawyers. The subject of the investigation was not Taylor her boyfriend, but a man she had dated previously. Who wants sent a package to her apartment? When police broke in, Walker thought they were being robbed says. Says Taylor's lawyers a licensed gun owner? He grabbed his weapon and shot an officer in the leg. The officers returned fire shooting dozens of times killing Taylor, so yeah, he had no idea that these were cops. These were plainclothes men coming into their home in the middle of the night. That's why because you know. When somebody says. He shot at the cops. I'm like well. Why did that happen? Because he didn't know they were Gods Anyway? And there's discrepancy there. The police seemed to have thought that she's the one that did the shooting rather than him, otherwise he'd have been laying on the floor so apparently they miss identified the shooter. They thought she was the one with the gun and they. Of course lasted her, and somehow they missed him. I don't even know how because you know. Normally when those crazy goons starts shooting, they just shoot everything up. You know everything that's moving. Dog and a parakeet. So. Well thanks for sharing that gene. Appreciate you bringing that forward, and thank you as always for the call here tonight and as I, said my recent story over at free keen dot com, which was about the the protests that went on here in keene yesterday massive numbers of people. I wrote an opinion piece about that that. Hey, finally, average people are showing concern for police violence. It only took thousands of innocent bodies piled up over myriad of years and countless millions of peaceful people arrested for victimless crimes for people to finally get mad enough to do something so I mean it's better late than never. I was saying my view on last night's show that. If the policing is happening that they don't know this guy, he doesn't know them. That's a major problem and you know. Show me one example where having a gun made you more safe versus the police. It's almost like when the police arrive. Having a gun is actually making you less safe alive. It can be very well be alive. When like for instance, the protesters in Michigan who were their armed in the state capital? Those people were are probably protected by their guns is my guess. But. What you're saying is absolutely true. If the cops are called to situation, they claim as violent and a person. They see a gun Gun Gun Gun Gun. You're going down Greg. GimMe the bullet points on this story. We're short on time, but I think it's important headline. People need to know a little bit about this. What's going on with retailers? I'm just reading off this business insider DOT com. It's actually A. Real estate research firm called DATEX property solutions. They did a study. Obtained by The Washington Post. More than half of America's retailers didn't pay their rent in April and May as corona virus closures decimated, their revenues including large retailers Ben Bath and beyond famous footwear. The GAP AMC and Regal movie theaters, which of course are empty? And twenty four hour fitness gyms have all missed payments jeopardizing the stability of their property management companies, and that's governments that rely on property taxes, so you could see the chain going up the chain right right and that's where's the money coming from? And so I think I'm just going to say it's just my view. If everyone had you be I, and we weren't worried. Basic income universal basic income and we weren't worried about people eating. Eating then I think the the place in the chain where you could. Actually the landlords still have to pay to the mortgage brokers, but the people lending out the money at interest. They're the ones that pension funds are invested into etcetera. If everyone has a UB I and they don't get their pension check at least they can survive. It's the lenders that needs to I. Think not collect for three months or whatever it is. Because, the landlords needs to pay the renter's needs to pay. Everybody else needs to pay. That's my view, but that only works if everyone has a UB, the wise, the grandma's GonNa check from the pension, fund and so on. Well I would think that currently. I think the way it is. Is that many mortgage companies are allowing people to slide on their payments for others still GonNa Oh, yeah, well, it doesn't go away, yeah. And, landlords are in many cases, not collecting rent or giving rebates on rental and things like that I waved one of my Renner's rent, and that means that money's not coming back right the mortgage. Companies. They're just giving you. They're just sliding back. Payments so you know. Landlords appear to be the ones who are taking it on the on the Chen right now. What's going to my big questions? What's going to happen when property taxes come due? How many people are going to default on property taxes? Because that's where all this and that's where the government starts feeling the pinch. Yeah, well, what government should do is wave that percentage that they charge people for late payments on property taxes. That's what some of them I've talked about. But what will they actually do? Will it actually look like out of time for tonight? Check out more about Greg over. Over at Inter Coin Dot Org. That's his thing and we'll see you tomorrow online in the meantime between now and then yes, we're back in keene with more local shows here for free talk live remember when you first heard about bitcoin. How long did it take you to realize this little projects would soon change the world? The you kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. Well. Now's your chance. Chance to be a part of the next revolution in money, answer coin is working finally may crip. They'll go mainstream. 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Stay connected at AARP DOT. Org Slash Corona virus. This is America's sports. Talk Show Sports Byline USA. Here's Rondebosch. Nice to have Jay Horwitz with us. He's vice president of alumni, relations and club historian for the New York mets. He spent nearly four decades as the longtime director of media relations for the mets, and he is the recipient of the annual William. J Slocum Jack Lang Award for long and Meritorious Service awarded by the Baseball Writers Association of America. J. Has written a wonderful book about his life baseball and the mets. It's called Mr. Matt, how a Sports Mad kid from Jersey became like family, two generations a big leaguers first of all J.. Let me ask you I was tempted to really respectfully make my first question to you. Tell me the first time you met Babe Ruth. Since you around post game. Okay like I. Always Tell People I work. Kate Tangles and some people believe me, but I'm not down. Not that old. On of all the sports I've found that baseball tends to lend itself to storytelling better than any other sport. Why do you think that is? I there's a lot of games. The Games are not like basketball game could be two hours. Baseball Games go three four. I went through a twenty three in game kid, and it just so many more games like hundred sixty two games, maybe thirty five in the extra Princeton teasing more into play as wartime more memory to tell us what I think. TAKE ME BACK TO GROWING UP IN JERSEY. Okay I was I was a lousy athlete. Grow I boy from the beginning. When my mother was pregnant me, he got German measles and I was it was. Cook home the right I was blind to my right eye. I was always hesitant to tell people what my situation where they kind of embarrassed for some reason, but so you now days be the model of. Alderwood so lies about thirteen. The doctor said to me you need to. Have the eye ticket. Accurate respect. The other is about thirteen. I've had a glass I. Always afraid to tell people you know what I was helping. People read my book to get a message. You don't have to be perfect. Get. Has this world? The played literally I was Lousy Atlee like I said. The only way to hit the ball is the but one day my father j, you know, swing away, no more play. I swung away coming out about box. It's really out I. Pay Eight to three. When I got the high school I more. My friends were graphically. I didn't have enough ability to place or became a manager. My gaining era idiot works their money. I had more. Stripes on my letterman sweater the starting quarterback on the football, team. Sports with me to to bond with people get more self-assurance to help my play, and that's how I progress at went to pr with SID before I. Got to the mets, and that helped me really fired my place in the world. One of the things that I do know Jay. Is that back in the time? Fans in New York we're one of three fans but Yankee fans, dodger fans, giants fans. How about you and your family? I felt me my father. A doctor and amy was a giant fan. Remember in nineteen, fifty four and my my apartment, we watch Willie mays catchy gets Dick Words in the world series I love the giants, and sixty three I I went to a twenty three game second, double doubleheader, Jay Joyce! What both games I just love the way Willie mays played. Versus third is it's off and when I went to work for the mets, Bob Apodaca was teammate of released on seventy three teams. Introduce me to him, and it was really when it picks up as my life I. You know I just we still watch payment. I have a couple of picks up in my. House here really. What differentiates fan at that particular time between those three teams, because they are discernibly different as a fan base. Well. I, my father doctrine me not through the Yankees okay. I've never been Yankee Fan and heritage old ripped, and my job wasn't a Yankee. Fan when I worked for the mets. They just as we were, I guess this is my dad. Giant. Pass, he watch the remember. Tell me about fifty one playoffs with Bobby Thompson run and later years I got to meet Bobby. Bobby Valentine was if he wrapped Brian Kid. and. My Dad was a passenger giant. Fan This football giant fan I picked up from him, and those were my two favorite team is. Kid. J, you know as well as I do. There's a difference between answering media questions and. And giving him the answers, but in the early part of your career, it was in basketball, and you talk with a lot of future NBA players. Tell me about your sports writing career. Well, yeah, I I work for paper the. Herald News in New Jersey and I got to cover the jets after the super bowl year I work with Joe James A, little bit. Probably was a gigantic. Giant fan I remember I covered the first giant jet exhibition game in new haven adjust one thirty, seven and nothing, and it was really heart store meteorite, but I got the jets were really great with me. You know we've you back late. You Banking Michael's just passed away. Just recently johnny sample. That really can come out of college. And they were great organization I so I can still recite neighbor the Saudi office of line of the sixty nine. Jeff to you still that that I. Do you know how much of a small paper to it? It made me go. We're going in my career. All the papers stable and the same I. Repeat Everybody like New York, times, you're Costa McNealy news I tried not to any favoritism and newburgh right. Those people had a job to do. It was my job to do the job. What was Joe Name? It's like in those particular days because I'm going. Share a story with you. I was with him down at the Super Bowl we were doing an interview. I asked him about his relationship with we eubank. And he said he went to training camp when he was really really young had the long hair as we both know, and we wanted him to cut it, and he said. I said coach I can't do that. He said I look for a union barber here and I. Don't find one in. My Daddy would kill me. I. I. I I just met a couple of times. When we talk to me. I was friends with altitude and Paul Crane and John Schmidt some of the other guys. I, Did a couple of things, not really. I don't really any relationship who? Was Really Nice to me like you tell you that. Yeah tell me a little bit about your path to baseball. Well. I actually I. was s idea Fairleigh Dickinson? As More College in New Jersey for seventy to eighty. I work with some athletes. You had a forty three hundred restaurant football player, Forty Seven Zero Priest baseball player ninety five. Hundred Twenty eight times right now. It's really. Goalie, the same soccer team make also short. The mets were bad at that time. They were looking for a kind of an offbeat. Personality of the our guy and they they. Really were job. We had a high jeopardizing. Anyone, two games, a couple of other titles, and that got me in school a lot of. Notoriety and they and they found me into the job, and I've been with the mets, forty plus years later, really blessed to be insane motorization so long. How hard was it to find? Shea Stadium on your first day I got one. Autocratic Tattoo Parkway so nervous. I wrote passed it I wound up in Brooklyn, I was just about two hours late. I propose I started on April. Fools Day, nineteen, eighty and I. I was supposed to be nine thirty got through about coordinated twelve and meekly walk into front catches off as Frank I apologize I didn't mean it I got lost it. Technically kept me on for the next couple of years. And also you had another accident that first day at work did you not drinking orange juice? Well, what happened yet? The interview, but I wasting interview with him, and Saint Petersburg I went to the wrong hotel I supposed to go higher edgewood. Which? I got nervous. Scurry back together hotel. With sitting there little white tennis short walked over here. Frank J. Harvard poject being late, we tell shake shake his hand not of huge huge container out of allergies all over slapped on the issue about five minutes I remember, call my mom on the way back in the air force. Bomb is no way I got this job, but somehow they could by crooks I'm here. We have a minute of we have a minute before we have to break, but tell me what the the media landscape was back when you started with the Matt, says the Pr Guy, her probably different now he was no twitter knowing degree. I'm no grabbed it. Pr Out used to write release. Now everything is done. The agents released to stop the players. Do like twitter, so I'd cellphone completely different. The players have to be on on on God all the time. We go out of the elevator with you got eat with. It was just completely different. You know it's. Much much harder now. The PR guy was when I started. And also it's more difficult if you approach player to say hey, would you do this interview if it happens to be radio or television, because they're just inundated so much I? Don't know how a PR guy does his job today. It really hard. I mean you know I it? The Glock is much much more crowded. Many more of outlets in the locker room. It's it. It's tough. Being acquired, they agree hundred percent. J. Horwitz's with us on Sports Byline USA. We're talking about his book I recommend it to you. We're GONNA. Make it a selection of the month on the sports byline book corner. It's called Mister met how Sports Mad kid from Jersey became like family, two generations of big leaguers. And when we come back, we'll talk about some of those met players. We continue on sports byline. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with Dorrance publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company. 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Cal with Don and the Diet I could do it, and that first year he was four Renault. Conscious analogy in Saint Louis Kogyo, he nobody can out the dire miller foreign now and the other guy was really good to be done with my first manager Joe Torry Joe Joe told me what it's like to be. The Major Leagues he age the all his friends. You Know Reggie tax. Pete rose George Brett. He first road trip too much. The Montreal is typically to store the Catholic. St Probably Seventy ugliest pies. One. Big Fat Guy. I had to wear one every day. No matter what the outfit was. So honored advantage in New York mets won't be a target. Joe Is Great. He really told me the injured out. Existed a major league block through. I'll be grateful. You know you mentioned about Joe. I've talked with him a number of times. What a gentleman MCI that knows baseball one of the things I always thought Jay and correct me if you think I'm wrong about this, which was his strength? As a manager was that he was even keeled, he said something to me like Joe Morgan said to me the day you go over four remember the day you went three for four and I always felt that that was the way Joe was as a manager. As well am I correct in that observation hundred. He. He House A to club-record with the man. He grounded as the four double play in what? He said you always say played Felix beyond. Beyond single in in front of each Josie Bat, that field for the double triple time it was sent me out of the record book. He always, he was great he you know I still speak to look at a couple of times a month, good. have some charity stuff with the mets. He's always been there for me. Is a good good man. Tell me a little bit about superstitions because I find him to be preeminent when it comes to the sport of baseball, you've had a chance to watch him in and out of the locker room on the field everything. Tell me about some of the players in their superstitions well. Probably the most. guidemap with Turk. Wendell so when he was out the two thousand Israelis. And I'll tell you team. He's the brush, please before returning to liquid. What he pets never stepped on the foul line. He wouldn't black got chain with tooth around his neck and he knew he just win. A He. He went through this whole ritual the before he painted really no one really compares to you know to. To to her I. Mean these guys are? They presently direct tapering probably in the early ninety I wore a ugly suit one day on a road trip and you want to agreement around. He made me read soon. Seven around. The seven straight days you know it's all part of existing the locker of the let these guys. Play, you're okay. Take a joke part of the fabric and if you don't do that, you weren't. Just gotTA. Let these guys know you're one of them that really with one of the secrets. Why able to a long? Major League with especially in New York. Some of the unique personalities over the years that you've been with the mets as a player. Well jock psych is probably the top of the list I could have written a whole book. Gets me my favorite one when he old biltmore hotel. Lake John unscrews the horse from the lobby. Get the keys to my ru checks bill. The courses on my bed. Pillow I walked into the room. I gotTA. Have a freaking heart attack John. Did to me. You put racking my roadbed plus. White out on my on my glass and. Cut My talk, but I assume sandwiches in my suits. You know what was all done with love kindness day. John is one of my best friends and. Stuff used to do you know my eyesight is not create they? I I used to watch a case. Doctors Janis the put art black on my part of my binoculars, so when I get up to a lot of the press box and Bernardo's I like the little dog member. Tedium the little rascals. Used rings around his eyes. Either got your. Dog Rings around is, but you know what I laugh it off and it was all good fun. One of the great moments in mets, history and I've been looking forward to talking to you because I wanted to get the real inside on this, and that was the April fools, prank of Sid finch in sports illustrated. Tell me how that was born. Rallies I love. That was one. With winter of of speak of eighty five right cash and call me to dog, his said. Mark Mulvoy enjoy Pudsey. Crock joke as they frank I'm in no matter what it is I'm in. So. What was that the issue that way I? Thank you eighty five. You'll be power graph. April fools joke and the whole story was the nets the cozy side. Six seven playing. Throw some far off country. It's all one hundred eighty mile an hour curve ball. We'll have basketball, so the day came. That came out old. The writers were really angry with me. Because how can I give this story to? We can publication were. These covered team on a daily basis I got one call from a from a new. York paper said Yeah Yelling. Costing Me Money, my my editor screaming white. You have the story the together. How would you feel if the guy got an exclusive? I gave somebody out. That's. Good friend. Vote just passed away a couple of years ago. We had page at. The. Old pockets, thank of House. We held a press conference. Rebels catchers came out with bird catches up with a hole in. We said this was from. curveball, so we kept going about a day or two. You know the social media you couldn't do. It couldn't do it now, but it was great, but it was what was going to be a part of I. Love the press. You know what you're thinking. We didn't hurt anybody. You know isn't joking. Hurt anybody. Let me, ask you about a couple of players with the remaining time. We have I wanNA talk about a gentleman that every time I interviewed. interviewed him. He was a gentleman and he was so insightful. I'm talking about Tom Seaver. Dot Com unfortunately thicke right Allie I got to know. You know we came back. Anyway was broadcaster and when you know, he was just a real. A guy had a great deal with. Uber and he was very loyal to his friends and I was really proud to be one of his friends. Just fortunate that you know. He has dementia right now, and I really haven't spoken in some time. What's the secret to his success as a pitcher? He he just studied everything he you know. He knew where every country is going. He was he was so studious. The you know he he he just every. You had a purpose. It's very growing. Word told me he didn't get any pitch and wanted the I. One choice defects in May in. June of Nineteen, sixty nine the mets went over five hundred for the first that late near twenty, four, twenty, three, and the guys was celebrating Dr of. Clay told me see. What are we celebrate? Celebrate about when we're better than a five hundred team. We've got more mountain to climb. Wonder we'll series that is as an S. Tom seaver. was just accept. Mediocrity always starts to be to pass. The three hundred eleven win three Cy Young Hall of fame. What's the best? We only have two minutes left, but when you think about Darrell Strawberry and Dwight Gooden the first question I wondered about is how they deal with the bright spotlight of New York. Steve. Worth the stakes are made with those guys. They came up. And four I I wasn't much of a protected and I got better. We got on too many of us. Not Enough Protection. Open up to too many things We weren't really good near early eighty and they I I used them trying to budget should have been dealt whether. Yes, I? Learned from my last night. They both guys is you have problems with to feel? Both have turned around, you know. Ministers now and and doctors a lot of work hospitals ice schools in the area. What do you want people to take away from this book j? Just that. You can you don't have to be a? Parent. You don't have to be sixty. Four hundred ninety parents have a past six sports worked at it you. See My. Story is a personal story. You know I was born handicapped I never gave up. I persevered and had a nice career for. In about thirty seconds. Is there one moment in your life and your career? That's kind of engraved in j horwitz's mind that will never forget. What he did for nine eleven. Oh Great! We, help city back to normal. Organization ownership he finished in Phila- did a Lotta great work is probably my proudest moment as Well I WANNA thank you first of all for the years interacting with you, you've always been very helpful to me when I needed guest, or or just acting in the interest of baseball and sports as well. Thank you and I'm glad you wrote this book. Congratulations on Jay. Be The everybody. Okay Jay Horwitz again vice-president Alumni relations club. Historian for the mets. 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Jim Nice to finally get you here on sports byline. Imitation in yet, Jim. Let's talk a little bit about growing up as a kid because you did not have a right hand, and so therefore you had to deal with that all your life was that an advantage to you I mean in other words starting from the very beginning, and not you know not having that right hand that therefore you were able to adapt a little bit easier. I think it was a little bit of an advantage. In the fact that I was born this way it's all I ever knew, and it wasn't the case of having lost a hand and had to learn to do things all over again, and and so the circumstances just something I was used to from a very early age and I just you know I've felt like I've learned to do things just a little bit differently than a kids. What about your support group your parents and your friends around you? How did that help you along the way? Well I kind of joke around that I come from the great town of Flint Michigan. which is a sentence here a lot, but I I looked at it as a great because there were an incredible amount of people who helped me to play sports encouraged me to play sports who helped me to find the different ways of participating in, and that went a long way for a kid who fed a bit differently growing up. A little bit on the outside looking in if I was on a team, I just got a little bit better about yourself. And and and so the support I had from my mom and dad. You know the coaches teachers along the way. All the different. How did you look upon the dream of maybe playing in the major leagues? I never looked at it like that. Maybe. It's just my memory serves me this way, but I was always sort of focused on the next level. You know and I guess. Maybe it was because of the way I played or not, where I came from playing baseball on Flint Michigan it wasn't exactly a major hotbed. That's for sure and so it was always well. I'd like to make the the high school our team you know that was. Was a goal, and then doing pretty well there you turn your sides to the next battle, which was common college baseball, and to play the University of Michigan you know was was real for me in a dream come true in a lot of different ways, and and you know honestly. I not moved anywhere. Pass that I would've been pretty pleased and then when I got there and started doing well. For a couple of United States teams. looking around the field, playing as guys who I knew. We're going to have an opportunity to play Major League Baseball. That's when it finally occurred to me that maybe professional baseball wasn't option. When I turn my sites towards maybe being a major league player. Sunday you know the other thing, too? That kind of fascinates me a little bit Jim is that I'm sure along the way playing baseball. You were tested and what I mean by that is there was always the question when you reach the majors whether teams would try to bunt on you or try to take advantage of what they perceived to be a liability or a disability. How did you overcome that from from playing standpoint well I just tried to be as prepared as I possibly could. I worked extremely hard on my On my feeling, you know we had a great coach. Jimmy Reed Early Animated California Angels Career May maybe somebody angel fans remember him, but he used to come out there, and we just work on feeling over and over, and if I felt like I, had a perceived weakness, and it's worked on until it became a strength, and you know fielding stealing fielding off the mound actually became something that I was proud of you. Know those ready the outs to get. If I, get hit it back to me. I figured I'd better be. Able to make the plight so. I just tried to turn those weaknesses in the strength. The one thing that fascinated me was the coordination that you had about getting the glove onto your hand, and getting the ball out of the glove and getting thrown and everything. How long did it take you to get comfortable with doing all of that? Well, I. Don't remember ever arriving at a point. You Know I. Remember being a Kid. Trying to figure out a way to play, throw and catch with my dad. You know catching it throwing with the same half and By the time I. Literally I was I was fairly comfortable with him fairly adept at switching, I don't know. I've practiced a lot when I was a kid. You know in. One of those blessings again going back to growing up at flint played every day out of the yard. Whether it was throwing a ball against the wall and and play, make belief James that you do by yourself as a her, we used to play the hot box game, the game pickle or switching the glove on and off was important and and You know I think all that practice, which I didn't look upon his crackers, but just having fun. you know made me better and better so by the time I got you. Got To. Literally. I can handle my switched up pretty quickly. Jim One of the things that I know about professional sports is they tend to label? Athletes I know in the National Football League. They took a look at their forty times in baseball. They take a look at the speed gun and everything I don't know. Why did you think that the major leagues were so open? Minded and not set in their ways about saying pitcher has to fit a particular mold when Jim Abbott came along. Well I think that there were few open minded individual I have to. I think that there were some people who are close by but I think I think there was a wait and see attitude, too. I was drafted out of high school by the Toronto Blue Jays at great scout by the name of Donald. Wilkie believed that I could play in professional baseball and Pat Gillick was the general manager for the trial date. And I think I firmly believe. They thought that I could do it, but I think there was a you know a proving ground of college baseball yet to go gave me the opportunity to kind of sways more people, and and then the angels. We had a scout there. Bobby Fontaine the angel, organization I I. Really Truly believe they felt like I could hit the big level and when I got the major league spring training. I first, it was Doug Rader. Great man who thought differently about things, and it definitely have an open mind and Marcel Akron the pitching coach. There you know took a good looking, and you know from day one you know. Their emphasis was on being able to pitch in the major leagues, and and then that confidence were on me so at least when the people that had confidence or Came in contact with I have that sense that they believe that I could do it and I'm very fortunate in my life. Many many times come across people like that. The perception that you had of the major leagues. How's it similar to or different? Because you never pitched in the minors? All you started right in the major leagues in in your first professional season back in nineteen, eighty nine. You won twelve games. That's an awful lot of success early. Why do you think you had that early Success Jim? Well I I was. I had a lot of preparation for it I. Mean Not that you're ready for the major league by any stretch of the imagination when you first come into it, but I had. I had played at a pretty high level of college baseball, and then playing on the Olympic team, incredible confidence in preparation just to deal with the distractions and. Way Of, life of baseball, a little bit higher level, and in having gone through that you know that trial and error process with the USA team, winning a gold medal on the Olympics and then. You know there was a lot of media and a lot of different things going on within that experience, and that was a great preparation company. Angels go directly to the majorly and and again I great help. Tim Need. The PR director for the angels was there by my side helped me kind of stiff through distractions. Keep my focus on. Pitching well and and Yeah I was I was gonNA good place at the right time. Do, you remember a particular game when you said to yourself that Hey I. Know How to pitch and not just throw. Near the end of my career I started feeling as though I understood I was able. look at look at hitters in start to see their stance. You know after a while you start to. Even you can see what a hitters approaches just got away. He gets in a box and arranges his feet. you know where he stands in relation to the plate and the catcher and you know those are the things. There is a little bit of an epiphany and Unfortunately by the time I learned it. My stuff wasn't good enough to take advantage of it, so it was short lived, but it is. It is great dealing when you. Can Get through a game without absolute maximum effort I mentioned that you played for the angels, the Yankees, and the white sox along with Milwaukee, but the first three of course they had the D. H. over in the American League over in the National League. You had to hit for yourself. What was that like? Since that's not something you did during the early part of your career. You know I I really enjoyed hitting it. You know when you when you pitch in a game and you're a hitter. Also you feel a little bit more part of what's going on, but I gained an incredible respect for how difficult it is to hit. I was only there a short period of time about half the season little over half the season and I got to take batting practice many many times, and then then actually getting a game and head against some pretty good pitcher. Todd Stottlemyre Greg Maddux and. you know you see fastball, okay? But when they start breaking OPPA, sliders and changeups in the curve ball. ended incredibly hard thing to do it ahead of baseball and and I'm proud. That I had two hits in the major league and I can go on and on and on, but I'll spare you the detail. You. You Own Jon Lieber, didn't you? That's right. Could research there For those people don't know what I'm talking about. He did have two heads with Milwaukee in both of them off John Lieber and also in a pre spring training game I think you've got a triple against against Rick Russia was well. If I remember correctly. That's. Triple trading against Rick Russia. He may have retired shortly after. We, a lot of fun I was at an event one time with dusty Baker and he remembered, he remembered that vividly. Dusty was the one that told me about it. By the way he and I are our good friends, your experience. WHAT THE YANKEES! Everybody talks about the specialness of that franchise. How did you find Jim? What was the uniqueness of playing in New York like? It is unique. Very at the perfect way to put it, it's It's a very. It's a very difficult place to play if you're not doing well, expectations are high. The focus is intense and you know there's a constant attention on what you're doing, but when you're playing well, there's no better place to play there that have the momentum of the fans and the momentum of city of Iraq musicians, and that can be an incredible that it really. Take me through the No hitter against Cleveland. Did. You know that you had your good stuff for what was the combination of things that was working well for you in that game. You know what was funny about that game is. I didn't know that I had great stuff. Matter of fact. I started the game off with. A little bit of insecurity in Ames Iowa because I had pitched against the same team. Just five days before the Cleveland Indians and they were good hitting team good up and coming club and had against them and and struggle five days before and he cleveland stays. And and and you know got killed and a third innings pitched. Seven runs ten hits five walks in good terribly and then five days later come back and Yankee Stadium start the game off for that top looking for your stuff, and the first couple of innings were wild, and that was searching around for that little bit of of of belief and trust, and and it wasn't until the seven. You know sixth seventh eighth inning when I think man, there's something special going on here and. So it was an amazing feeling. I love that game. Not because it was probably the best game, I ever threw in the major leagues, but because mentally from beginning to end, it was a challenge in so many different ways to try to find that confidence and that trust and that belief certainly no hitter is one of those accomplishments that means an awful lot and. And I've often thought that to the person who does it whether it's a key home run, or whether it's something like a no hitter that that meaning is a little bit different than what most people would think when you reflect back on that Jim and think about having thrown a no hitter in your career. What is it that you appreciate about that then? To me, it is it is. An appreciation for. How you can be going through a very difficult time time of uncertainty, and and as I mentioned, I pitched poorly five days before that. And you can, you can head into the unknown with nothing but trust in preparation in. Have you know the situation completely reversed itself and that and that's what happened in that game. I remember thinking. Just happened, I actually got myself into trouble with the club in that four game I pitched by big before because I went running during the game. I have been pulled early. There were six months ago and went out running through the streets Cleveland, how frustrated and mad. In the time I was gone at teammates came back and scored enough runs to where we won and word got out that I had left the park in the manager. Buck showalter wasn't too pleased with me and and I remember after that no hitter just five days later. To Myself. Wow, what a turn of events! How does that happen? You go from this difficult struggle. Against the same team to five days later you're celebrating one of the greatest moments of your of your life and of your career, and so to me I cherish it for those for those feelings. You know those feelings battling anxiousness. Nervousness and then excitement. and. That's what I'll always remember about that game. Jim I want to thank you for your time. I've looked forward to this interview. And I hope we have a chance to chat again. Take care of my friend. I appreciate the preparation. It was great talking to you. Take care. 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He spent nearly four decades as the longtime director of media relations for the mets, and he has written a book that is a fascinating read about his life, and also about his career with the mets called Mister met our sports mad kid from. Jersey became like family generations of big leaguers. I'm Ron are hang around because we've got more coming your way on America's sports talk show. Hi this is Ron, Var, if you like inciteful interesting sports, talk and interviews with the biggest names in sports. Join me for sports BYLINE USA on the worldwide sports BYLINE USA network. You're listening to. The heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty percent heartland newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on Facebook, twitter and INSTAGRAM's. This is the liberty, your daily source for liberty, news and activist updates produced in partnership with the S. and Ls, network and listeners like you. Online at SNL S NETWORK DOT com. 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