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Is the American Dream Alive and Well?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

28:18 min | 1 year ago

Is the American Dream Alive and Well?

"Yep. He's you don't wanna miss the upcoming episode. I'm gonna talk to a millennial that's out in California. That's one to buy house Foods cO take some focus and I talked to young lady that inherited an IRA from her brother, and she wants some guidance as to what to do with that money. Stay tuned. We've got some information to help some people. Welcome to the Chris HOGAN show, home of everyday millionaires. I am your host. Chris hogan. This is your show where your life and your money, takes center stage and never forget, it's your life VIP's take charge while I'm excited to be back with you. We have a fantastic show jam-packed for you with people that have real questions and real money situations. And guess what they need real answers, and so I'm going to dive on the phone, and I'm gonna talk with these people because that's what we do. You see our show debt exists without you VIP's we need you. So if you've got a question about money, I want you to call us and leave us a voicemail the number to call is eight four four two eight three nine three eight three. Again, that's eight four four two eight three nine three eight three. Or if you prefer, you can send us an Email, the Email addresses asked at Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com. So you have to do you can send us an Email with your question. Or your success story and just put that in the subject line. Or you can call us voice about either way, we want to hear from you. Well, you all have all heard about my most recent book, everyday millionaires how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can, too. This project was massive the undertaking, we began this thing. Oh my gosh. Almost a couple of years ago digging into the research because I wanted to know the truth about millionaires right is the American dream still alive and well. Or is it dead and gone has the time passed? Right. And so, I dug into this because I wanted to not just have an opinion on it. I wanted proof. And so we did the largest study that's ever been done on millionaires. We talked to over ten thousand of them. Okay. We, it was so big. We had to use a research firm to get help us get all across the country to find these millionaires because I wanted to know the truth, I wanted to know where they were how they did it, what they overcame and I wanted to know their story. So the book is I'm buying. Of course. I mean I absolutely enjoyed it. The team did an amazing job working on it. But the research component of this was massive anytime you talked to over ten thousand people, you've got a very large massive undertaking. And so here's the deal. This book is filled with all kinds of information, but I wanted to take it a step further because we have people out there that wanted details. They wanted more information about the study. They wanted other stats. Right. They wanted to really drill down into the research and get to see it. So guess what? We're going to make this vailable to you. And those of you that want access to all the findings because there are people out there that just love some details now. Okay. So I wanted you to be able to have access to all the findings from the study, all of them. So we're releasing it as a white paper, it's called the national study of millionaires. Now it's available today for nine ninety nine or you can bundle it along with the book everyday. Billionaires for twenty four ninety nine so again, you can get the study itself just nine ninety nine or you can bumble the study along with the book for twenty four ninety nine great opportunity for you. So you can take a deeper look into the research and see the results of every question we asked to discover the mindset of these millionaires and really what it looks like. So you can get the white paper today by going to Chris HOGAN three sixty dot com slash store. Again, we give you the URL one more time. That's go to Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com slash store that gives you an opportunity, and I'm going to tell you, I've had people, you know, say Chris, you know, they picked up a copy of the white paper again nine ninety nine you can get all the details of the study because most places don't make that available. That's not something that you can really drill in and see. But I wanted people to really get more information in this and really, to be able to see it for what it is and really start to understand it on a deeper level. So again fantastic for those that love details dive into it, and you can learn more. All right. I've got to go to the phone because while that's what we do around here. I've got Andrew on the phone Andrew. How are you, are you? Oh, I'm focused not finished, my friend. How can I help you for me and my wife, we have where get free and we have our emergency funds set up way to go? We're looking to say about for a house, but we live out here in California. So prices are a little expensive so we are looking to save. It's going to take us a while. I estimated like maybe from five years to seven years to save up for our so we have a little bit of extra money every month and we wouldn't make the towards the house fund, but we also would like to have some fun. So, you know, 'cause it's a long time that we'd be saving up at his house. So okay to spend a little extra money on fun. While you're saving for that house. Okay. Andrew. Tell me this, how old are you and your wife? I'm twenty six and my wife is twenty eight. Okay. S again we're are you right now? What baby step? Are you on? We're in baby. Step three. Okay. So that means just as you said, you're saving poor down payment. You're live in California. I know about that housing market. You think is going to how much you guys look into save up in that five to seven years. Somewhere between a hundred thousand two hundred thousand so that way we have enough to pay twenty percent down for our. Okay. And so, you know, California's where you wanna be he, and that's it. We want to be here with the nice weather with them. I say we're looking to stay out here drubbing need you'd have to rub it in. Okay. But listen how much extra money you're talking about. You have available each month. We're looking at somewhere in the range of two hundred three hundred dollars. All right. And if you all were to do a vacation, how much would you spend on a vacation, it would probably be like about two thousand dollars. So we'd be Saint hat money up in putting it towards vacation. Okay. The once a year. All right. And let me ask you this, since you're in California where the sunshine is where would you go? Well, actually we have an occasion plan for this summer. We're going to go out to Kentucky and go bomb. Urban tasting was seat now. Okay, now listen, the Kate, but, you know, I'm from Kentucky Andrew, I didn't know that was eight now this vacation is going to get rubber-stamped. This is approved. There's not a problem now listen, regardless of where you guys were going. I love your heart. I love that. You guys have gotten yourself debt free. I love how focused you are. And the fact that you guys are talking about, you know, taking a vacation not taken twelve I don't think there's anything wrong with that. Andrew, I. Think you guys can definitely stay focused and be able to move towards your goal and be able to have some fun, what I want you to do, though, as make sure you guys keep your hand on the pulse, and make sure that you're not rationalizing an excuse to do everything. Because it's going to take a while to save up. Does that make sense walking? Yeah. Yeah. So I don't have a problem with you guys, saving up. But just be intentional right? And anything you do. That's money. That's not going toward the down payment. So let's be intentional and enjoy it. But come back and keep your focus. You guys will know if you start rationalized, and trying to do every little thing, right? Then you need to be able to throw the flag by on yourself. Right. I can't whistle very well. But you get my point though. The flag on the situation because now you're going hey, we keep making everything, like super important in everything. Can't be right. You've got to keep the primary things important things. The other things have to go off to the side. Stay focused Andrew. I know you guys will be able to get this done that has fantastic. All right. Next up on the phone, got Daphne Daphne. How are you? I'm doing great. How're you doing? I've been Tassie I can hear your smile to how can I help you today, cress? I if I just want to say, thank you so much for allowing the on your show day. Absolutely money, brother, has the way unfortunately, almost a year ago June sorta here. Thank you. Last me, Roth IRA and also like I right? And so I wrote it over intuitive inherited IRA. And so I just don't know what to do next. I don't know what to do now with his money filter. So you did roll it into an inherited IRA. Yeah. Okay. Good. So, so you don't have the penalties of the things hovering over you or the required cash out because you've moved it. What baby step? Are you on death thing? Well, I have no debt for car payments, and after I'd take care of that coal payment. I should be I have no credit card faquir. Student loans. I had about fifty thousand in my savings account right now. And I am elementary school counselor fell. I have a pretty good retirement. You have a pension. Yes. Okay. Definitely. Can we back up for a second? Did you? Tell me you have any debt back Karagwe, except for what a car or my car payments, you do, though. That's debt right now. Like do now. They don't try to get semantics with me now. Listen here. You knew you knew I heard you. Okay. I accept. I know you thought I was just gonna literatures glance all over that. Nope. How much do you own car or you're gonna get onto him? We go. This is going downhill vehicle. So I'm basically I know this, I know bring money but it sounded like a good idea at the time and just kind of our reliable car, and so that's going to be up in January. Definitely no more than other ones. The for guy would like to buy a house, and I have some money, you know, of course say for that. But other than that, I have no, what's the lease payment on this car? Oh, you're going to get on to me. Hundred dollars a month. How much? All right. Here's the deal. So you have it until next January are right? You got fifty thousand in the Bank right now. Is that your emergency fund? Okay. Is that emergency fund plus home down payment? Or is this just emergency fund? If emergency plus home down Hilter arts, you don't limit of both. Yeah. See this lease right now is sucking away four hundred dollars that could be going towards your home, down payment white follow me because it's that, you know, as you counsel people right at the school, you're helping them understand. Right. And so that's the clear thing. We gotta look at no, but I, I do I want you to get into that house. And I think the main thing is taking control of your money, the money that you inherited from your brother. I think it's totally fine for it to be sitting right there. What dollar amount, did you inherit from him? So I have a law that's about thirteen thousand. And then I have a regular Irae that seventy eight thousand or seven nine okay, so thirteen and seventy eight, and then how much do you have saved up yourself for retirement? I'll have and savings fifty fifty five thousand and then I have a fol be said, I got extra from work, and so I have about I wanna say, twenty twenty five thousand and that, but I, of course, I'm not touching that at all. Okay. And so I have my pension okay. Got you and death. The how old are you? I'm thirty eight years. All right. You got some puzzle pieces here that you can definitely put in your favor. But just remember anything you do see either moving you closer to your goal or further away. And that lease know, I felt to new hair sprout up on my head when you told me, okay got me riled up. But here's the reality, even though you have at least that mean you can attack it and pay it off early, right? You call. You find out, you get the right kind of information, but we don't want to repeat it. So that means in your budget, you need to be saving up to be able to buy a car once as Lisa's done at means you need to have a couple thousand dollars yet. No, we are not driving status that many were just getting a vehicle to give him point eight to point B. But we don't want to renew this, right. Because that's I mean you probably rent a car cheaper than what you're doing with that lease. I said, okay. But listen, that's okay. Not gonna get on. You aim or because we're not gonna repeat this. We're gonna keep moving forward to help you get better. Thank you for your call Daphne art VIP's glisten. We stay focused, right? We do we got a note we have to know what it is. We're trying to accomplish. And what matters so much. I'm passionate about this. VIP's. You've heard me till you to get a fifteen year fixed rate mortgage, and there's a good reason for that. I want you to start off on the right foot. But even if you didn't you can still get back on track and kick that mortgage debt to the curb, I need you to look into refinancing, your home, a super easy, quick way to do. This is with the church, you'll checkup in just a ten minute, call our friends at Churchill mortgage could end up saving you thousands and ensure you're in the right mortgage for you and anyone can get a free checkup. It doesn't matter whether you closed your mortgage with them a Bank a credit union or even an online lender. Churchill can help you explore your options to save time and money. You might be able to lower your monthly payment or better yet. See how you can pay off your house early. You're ready for this get your free Churchill checkup today. Call triple eight loan two hundred or visit churchillmortgage dot com. This is paid. Advertisement. Anyone he one five nine hundred consumer access dot org. Equal housing lender at sixty one old hickory boulevard break. What did a see three seventy seven? Now not only do I talk in the book retire inspired about it. Be an important for us to not only invest for the future. But I talk about offense and defense. I talk about the offense side of us budgeting getting ourselves out of debt and investing to grow money. But I talk about the defensive side as well. The defensive side is the insurance. We've got to make sure that we're protecting ourselves with what we're growing, and it's very important for us to make sure that we have a plan. And so I was doing a little research, and this article popped up says many Americans will need long term care, most won't be able to afford it. This article comes from the New York Times, and it's really drilling down into it. It says in twenty twenty nine for people seventy five to eighty four ages when they're likely to need long term insurance, that means they would need access to round twenty five thousand seventy four thousand a year in current dollars. Overage eighty five. The middle income category extends to ninety five thousand the reality is it says fourteen point four million people will fall into the middle income category. Almost double the current number sixty percent will need canes. Walkers wheelchairs to remain mobile than analysts estimated. Twenty percent will need extensive help with so-called activity such as daily living bathing and getting dressed. The whole thing is it's a matter of being prepared. And looking at this article it, obviously made me aware of what I was thinking about when we did the book retire inspired as I wanted people to know what in the world's going on. For example, recent studies have shown that between half and two thirds of older Americans will eventually require long-term care. That's a problem because this recent study by health affairs investigated, how many middle income seniors won't be able to afford it. And the numbers were staggering it's estimated in ten years people between the age seventy five to eighty four. When need access to fifty two. Seventy five thousand dollars to fund this long term care expense. And so the odds of us needing assisted living are going to grow and it's not cheap. I mean some of these places average costs can be four thousand dollars a month, a month of K, and so you can see someone that had two hundred thousand dollars saved up, but that could be chewed through in used up in as little as four years. So the mindset is, we've got to be prepared be aware. It says today's middle income older adults have more debt and less savings than the generations previous to them. They're also less likely to receive pensions as well as they have smaller families. Depend on for unpaid care. So family sizes shrinking right, that you don't have the pensions, pensions were the things of the days of password companies would put aside money for you. Get half to thus the reason that four one ks in four with three Bs came along, because pensions went away that meant it was on us to save up for. A future. This is why I'm encouraging people to attack debt, right? Pay off the home. Get your savings and investing everything on the right path, because there's a difference between going into your best years of your life with two hundred thousand versus going with a million plus right? It's going to open up. Doors is going to give you options in talking about long term care. I've got a few articles on my website. Chris HOGAN, three, sixty dot com where I drill into this and give you more information and not tell you exactly at what age you should have it. So I want you to go read that and dig in and no. Because it's really important for us to be prepared. And again, not only do I want you to invest for the future. I need you to make sure that you're playing offense as well as defense. And I talk about that in retirement, sparred, we've gotta protect what we're building. And it's very important for us to have a game plan for that. And to know the direction we're going, we're gonna put a link to this article in the show notes there you can be able to share that with someone. But again, talking about long term care insurance, from the New York Times it's up into definitely read it. If you've got parents, grandparents, you wanna be aware of this, and have more information for yourself, as well as your family. Listen, if you've got a question or a success story, I want to hear from you. Give us a call. The number to call us. Eight four four two eight three nine three eight three. Again, that's eight four four two eight three nine three eight three or you can send us an Email ask it. Chris HOGAN, three, sixty dot com. All right. I'm going back to the phones. I've got Ted on the line. Ted. How are you? Very good. How can I help you today? I'm a retired and has my only income is my investments, social security, and the small pension that I use to pay for my taxes, and I know this teaching is to get rid of the, the mortgage to live that free. But my investments are returning eight to ten percent. The mortgage is costing me three point four percent. And I'm struggling with taking money. That's running what it is to pay off a mortgage. That's not costing me that much. Okay. And ted. Tell me this. How much do you owe on the home the home, I o two hundred and eighty nine thousand okay got you. And is this the house? You plan to stay into. Yes. All right. And so you out to announce so what's your mortgage payment. Sure they PI is thirteen sixty eight. Eight and I've been paying an extra seven hundred dollars as well. So just the PI is about two thousand and then the, the taxes and interest are about nine hundred dollars more. So what I've been doing is taking from my investments and amount that, that puts me at equilibrium with how it's gaming in the market. So for the last seven years, I've been living basically free. The portfolio doesn't change even though I'm drawing down on it, and here the last month or so, you know the markets count a little bit. So, so I'm a little bit out of the review, but I've been living basically free for the last seven years without a reduction in my portfolio. Right. And Ted if you were to put that house on the market right now, how much could you sell it for approximately four fifty? Okay. All right seed. So you you've been attacking this thing. I've been paying extra, and let me ask you how much do you have saved up for your retirement? A little over. Eight hundred thousand. Now you've been saving a little while my friend. We've lived frugally out our lives, and before I even heard about the debt, free stuff. We didn't do that. And I save the from when we were first married. I we started saving put our daughter's through college at pay cash with that. So there's no school debt. And you know, that's just the way we've lived. No, I'm proud of you Ted. And I think, you know, the direction you're going, you definitely are very focused. You're not finished, you know, you're, you're on the doorstep of being an everyday millionaire, you're attack in this house, pay an extra on it. Which I absolutely love at Ted listen. I do tell people, you know, if you can I would love to see people attack the house and pay it off prior to retirement. It's not always going to work that way. We all know that. But looking at that extra that you're paying you have eight hundred thousand you guys don't have any debt except for the home, your focus. You know what you're doing, you know, the long term game plan. That's why you're paying extra. And so again, there's all kinds. Aways. We just gotta look and stay focus, why. 'cause we know we're not finished. We know we've got things we're trying to accomplish, and the people that were trying to accomplish them four, which are a big deal. All right. I've got a jump amac on the phone. I've got. No. Hey ya on the phone? How are you? Will good to have you. Thank you for calling in. You sound a lot floor in one time speed. Your voice is more. Impressive also. Larry is, you know what I had somebody come up to me at a book, signing, and they told me, hey, they listen to me. They speed me up some voices a little bit higher. So I know exactly what it is. You're talking about. That's so funny. How can I help you today? Well, I live rent free. Got a wife, one year old just curious. We should we don't have a home. Just curious, if we should invest and man retirement accounts to try to build up funds for that. Okay. Now, how are you guys live in rent? Free right now. We take a home read on the beach. Okay. And so you all caretake in so you you've been doing that. How long enough I've, here's enough five years at how much longer will this last? Well, anything can happen, but owners of the place that we take our great. We're like only got a great relationship, so and their sided, it's looking to continue indefinitely. But you never know. Okay. Keep in mind, VIP's, I'm talking to no heya who's in Hawaii. Which are you on my friend, Mollica Molokai? Okay. And so here's the thing that I would think about is there anything in writing about this caretaking agreement you have. Yup. A yearly agreement yearly great. Okay. Good. The end of the year. This last end asked us if we wanted to do peers decide to do being okay. Don't ask me, why? The only I'm asking just because it kinda can keep you guys a little bit more firm foundation and you know what it is you're dealing with. And so you and your wife can talk about this and at the end of this year, do you look at doing another one year or two year whereas there an opportunity for you guys? You know, to think about your plans, and what it is you're wanting to accomplish. I do think you guys are self employed. So you've still got opportunities to be able to invest and what I'm saying what that is still into gross stock mutual funds and other options for you there, so investing there. But then saving up for a home down payment is still important. And I think you guys can definitely achieved that the main thing is going to be having a plan. And so I'm wanting to ask about that employment agreement contract. Whatever you're calling it just so you guys were able to put kind of the numbers to it. Because not only do you have your income from that, right? But you also have the rent free living as if you add those two together, you can kind of get a better financial understanding. Of really what it is you're making. 'cause a lot of people, they would miss that they would only count the income part, but no, you're living rent free. Because you're taking care of the home. So think about the average rent cross in Hawaii been out there a couple of times it's not cheap to live. And so he kinda run the numbers. But you gotta start to think about, okay, where do we wanna live, you know, you're right now you said you're in Molucca, but is that where you want to be? Or is it somewhere close around there? I won't you and your wife to get an understanding of what they expense will be. So you can start to set up and save toward those goals. And again, remember when we're starting to talk about running down and chasing down dreams and doing things special it's going to require extra, right? I mean it requires sacrifice. So that might mean might have to take on an extra job, if reveres about buying a home, a little bit sooner or looking for ways to bring in extra income, but also to protect what it is that we're making. And so it's all a matter of having these goals, having them written down understanding what it is. You're looking for. And you've got an opportunity and so. I would definitely no heya definitely invest in growth stock mutual funds, because that's going to allow you to be able to put money aside for it to grow. But then also saving up the hometown payment. And this is all stuff that we talk about and financial peace university gum, in a gift, you financial peace university for your new wife to be able to plug into and really start to learn more about that process. So again, we're going to get that to you. I appreciate the call. It's so important for us to be on the same page and VIP's I talked a little bit about goals, but I really want to emphasize something as you start to think about what is it? You're gonna accomplish for yourself here in the next thirty to sixty days, it's very important for us to write that down. I want you to see it in your own handwriting. And I want you to put some big goals out there. We call him be hands, right. Big hairy. Audacious goals. Be H eight. G B hag, big hairy audacious goal. That means put something down there that, you know what? When you say it out loud, to kind of, makes you sweat a little bit, right? If something you're going to do, and that could be physical, that could be social that could be spiritual. Whatever that is to really start to look at this, because this is the time of year that people tend to kind of get low lacks. This is where people take their off the ball, and I'm telling you of for not careful. This is also where people can let some stupid creep in, and it takes you year and a half to clean it up. Oh, going to look at a car going to look at a truck, right? Go into look at a motorcycle, you see where I'm going with this. So be careful of what you go look at right? Don't look don't, don't Google it. Don't go online to stay focus. And if we have our goals in front of us, it can help us stay on track. And I think that's the key. That's helps us keep an eye on the ball and know what it is. We're trying to accomplish. But more importantly, why matter so much? Listen, I want to thank all of our callers. I wanna thank our everyday millionaire Facebook group, you guys are on fire and rock in it. And I wanna thank entire Chris HOGAN show team. They're all in. They're rock and making this thing happen. I've got Eric Amanda, I've got Jackie. I've got Seth, I've got Wayland. I've got the whole gang and listen, we especially have you so until next time don't make excuses make progress. Coming up on the next episode of, but Chris HOGAN show, I'm gonna talk to a caller that's really stuck between a rock and a hard place. He wants to pull money out of his retirement accounts to pay off his home. So I've gotta help him really start to think clearly, and I've got a young man out of Ohio, who's a product of generational wealth. Meaning his family took some right steps. And now he's able to reap the benefits. I can't wait for you to hear this story.

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The Grill Girl Says Do Your Own Research To Find The Truth!!! and Also Offers Great Gift Ideas!

The BBQ Central Show

1:01:45 hr | 2 months ago

The Grill Girl Says Do Your Own Research To Find The Truth!!! and Also Offers Great Gift Ideas!

"Board here for the really big barbecue show boeing. We cook because we have to and we grill because we want to get me great. Show a big fan blowing troll problem in the crackle sean bono. Us what you wish. I talk shit in work. Now we are in our welcome in the barbecue. Central show the live fire funding for volatility. Show if you missed the first hour. Shame on you but don't worry we're recording video and audio at the same time for our will be available tomorrow morning early in the second hour on thursday in the morning early. Still to come on this show. Robin lindores from real girl dot com me a quickly fast. Growing favorite part of the show right here is the watch pam segments. So we'll go watch camp right now there. It is they watch stephen franko is the jeweler here as well Where we saw it but this is a philippine company. Diver fifty five dual colored says. Well it's a black for forty minutes around and it's a blue for twenty minutes. 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Barrel cooker the most unbelievable outdoor cooking device on the planet currently available in two sizes a host of accessories to boot for the arab junior. Begin your beginner or professional. This is definitely a cooker. You want to add to the arsenal barrel cooker dot com and tell them the barbecue. Central show cenci. It is the third tuesday of the month. And you know what that means that is a visit from the traitor grill. Girl dot com robin lindores. Hey rabbit happy. Happy holidays to you and yours. Robin robot ranch. Yes yes you're making big progress. I saw perhaps a boot meister over there throwing cement down for like foundations and whatnot. It's it's coming together actually gonna have bs on the property too so when one christmas bees bs from me. Yeah yes honey honey bees. It's it's super interesting. I of i. I'm gonna have to get a beekeeper suit. I'm gonna have to put one on my list know that these dogs can smell fear really. Yes how about that mall writing so just real quick. 'cause i know we're going to get into the other stuff. But it is kind of interesting so in order to get your your tax exemption you can do things. Keep a cow or Like your agriculture of your agriculture basically. It's tell you light your taxes if you will and so. I'm not be keeping but we're allowing people to keep bees on our property Basically they need a place for the bees to go and we're happy to have them and i'll get a little be a little honey out of it and Year kind of exciting. It's an. I'll share the experience with you guys because i think it's kind of cool to see how it works soon. We'll charging like beehive rent to these people. No i mean for us it works. We'll get like our like our tax exemption and and then we'll get free honey but it's kind of interesting just to see the whole process that they like. I'm learning more about it. They actually take the bees. This guy takes all his bees and then he puts him in a semi and some transports he puts they put them in a truck and they transferred all these bees to california to pollinate. The almond trees isn't that crazy and then they bring him back really hear more on more honey recipes on my website. I'll probably have more hunting and marinades and things twenty twenty one. The only thing that i'm saying about honey. These days is a state farm commercial. Where the guy offers jake from state. Farm chunk honey. He like pulls one of those panels out of the hive and he starts eating it i. I don't even think that really happens in real life. Maybe it does. I don't know. But i was both grotesque than fascinated all at the same time but my wife's aunt used to keep many hives down in southern ohio and was like the gift that we look forward to the most every year as we would get two big mason jars full of southeast ohio honey. It was had a really deep carbon collar and the flavor was incredible but the most unique thing that had come to learn was if you eat honey that is local to you. It has a tendency to wipe out your seasonal allergies so that was an an additional benefit of eating hot aside from just being delicious it goes in my barbecue sauce. And you know my wife put in a t and all this other crap but it's actually a good health benefit especially if you suffer from allergies you should find some local honey around you and start consuming. It will help you out absolutely so maybe one day i'll still girl honey because the guy who's putting it on our orlando just like purely wholesale guy. What was funny as all stuff that we've been trying to get removed off. The property is the stuff that the bees like supposedly the best like all the invasive species. We've been trying to remove. Is what attracted to who neil life is funny but yeah never a dull moment so good stuff going on. So are you saving Is it a property tax. Thing that you're you're getting out of. Or what should i say maneuvering around or like what. What do we want to say to make it not sound legal. No it's legal. It's just you get you get a lower tax and you get a different tax exemption for doing agriculture type stuff on your land. So how much space is this guy taking up like putting down five hundred hives or like fifty. What are we looking at from a space standpoint. In sheer volume. I just met with them the other nations. I don't totally know. They looked at a couple of places. And we'll see That's to be continued also giving you the we're going to use the robot ranch space yet. He's he's got other potential properties in mind. Well no he's definitely going to do. It has on like six hundred other places arm and they came and checked it out and we signed blanket certificate the other day. We're going to look at this volume. Is this guy. Pumping out mean gallons. Would you guess like a nine thousand gallons or fifty or even know how much a lot of like these big barrels. But i can't remember what he's sadly barrels. You think like food grade barrels been drums. Saying let's to be fifty gallons. At least it's it's a lot. I mean he sells it only host wholesale and he sells into some guy out of miami who bottles it and sells it public. So it's enough to sell it at major food. Supermarket chain unbelievable. I'm running crazy stuff. I thought the the thing that was most interesting that they transport the bees to pollinate. The i mean to pollinate stuff in california. Did you magin seeing just like a semi truck full of bees. Imagine how they even get them to stay in the hive without rolling down the road. Now imagine you're a bee hive. You're getting tossed around willy. Nilly in the back of a driving trailer would imagine by the time you open that door for the first time. They're like a swarm ready to get the hell out of there now. I can't wait to livestream this for you guys. It's gotta be like super thank. You can't wait get to see your you're harvesting on robot ranch and so are you going to start be girl dot com. You know who the heck knows. I think we'll just add honey recipes for now. Maybe we'll sell it wedneday. The heck knows. I feel like twenty twenty one you. It's it's gotta be yeah. We got lots of options so Yeah really come into my own over there so good stuff so we have a week and a half left before christmas hits and one of the things that you are most well known for is the yearly gift guides. And you're celebrating your tenth year in existence of gift guide recommending so congrats on that What are we looking at from a gift like. what are you suggesting. People get for their live fire lover. Well there's this one new grill on the market. That i just think is the coolest thing and whenever i post pictures of this bill There there it is. It's the gold chef grill I discovered this girl this out of miami and he reached out to me does ready to live and In so what it is. It's very similar. it's basically like a salamander like a portable salamander or like a Like what are they called the auto wild grills or like a biefer except this one is A cooks vertically. So the fat drips down to the bottom. You can easily reminded and then you can put a rotisserie in it which is super cool and then you put it in a little and you can transport it and i just think it's really fun because it comes to the lake cesary is and it's easy to use offer you know for like me and scott to a couple of steaks can you do more and more than one. At a time on the thing you can do like steaks at attempt to bay stakes or like four or five chicken breasts What i think is really cool that you can also do like alpes store. You know or like roasted chicken. I rose snipe scott. That's his bird. Snipe amateur small little chickens. But yet what i love about it is. It's just so darn easy and it's yet like basically like setting up. An infrared heating. Everett grill on a table like a little table. Top infrared grill. But usually when you see these beavers or the auto wild they're like about a thousand dollars nine ninety nine ish and this one and retails at two ninety nine. And i have a promo code if you guys want to get one. It's one hundred thirty officer so it's a really killer deal if he if you go to my website and look at the The promo code is like geez not to look at it's g. c. one But yeah it's it's a great deal. I put that on instagram. A couple of weeks ago people went crazy for it and you can. You'll see you'll see a lot of reviews on the grill. People really excited about it. So that's kind of. I think that's my fun. Pick for something under five hundred dollars for someone who wants something easy fulfilling your ads. That's the number one on my list this year in the neck that some old standbys the the Green grill Daniel boone. Because i i feel like everyone's still getting in their their pellet there some people are still down there pellett journey. We've been doing this for a while. Right greg but and i think these days people have so many options in the world of pellets smokers. But what i know. I can recommend. Is that the agreement grill. Like i just. They've always been there for me as far as their customer service if they continue to innovate technology So so yeah. That's that's another one. I recommend if you if you are looking to get into pellet smoking i've got some fun Stocking stuffer type items. Like i think anyone. Everyone should If even if you're are not in the market for a new grille there's a lot of people who might have shitty grills where like the a greater burned out and you know what maybe you don't have the money to buy like that grow you want you can get more life out of it by using some grill. Great people get those just. They can resuscitate an old grill. So royal rates are great for just about anyone who This is actually. I took some pictures from some state cook offs. I did for for these. But yes so great. What you'll see everyone in the sea. The steak officers Using to get those really kick ass chart marks in the beauty of these is that If you flip them over then you can use the grill greats as a grennell. So it's got the added bonus to that as well so Really what it can do is extend the life of your grill. Give you kick ass marks and also give you basically that whole flattop cooking experience that a lot of people are a lot of people really into you too. So that's another one. And then i have some fun wins This is something that i discovered this year. That i think is really fun. It's the hamama macron's kit and This is just while the idea behind it. Is that migrants pack a nutritional punch and so you know You'd have to eating so much. So many socks in broccoli get the same amount of nutrients that you might get in like micro greens rate and so You grow these in like seven days. You put on virtually you cannot kill them because trust me if you could. I would have done that by now and And so pretty much. You know anyone anywhere can grow some some badge and it's easy to just chop some up. Put it on a salad. Put it on whatever it's it's like garnish rate and so i've been loving it just as someone who likes to take food for food photos. You always need a pop of green to light up. All that brown ray like as we as for grilling people you know think about your instagram instagram joys. Like brown brown brown brown. You'd now you get that pop of of green to lighten up your photos but also nutritional punch so. I got some of those earlier this year and people our. I'm going to get better unum basseterre for them and i'm like no i'm not an for them. I just think this is cool. And then you can start like mix matching your Your seeds you know so. I think there's a lot of opportunity with these as they. Especially if they come out. Start coming up with Things outside of like vinegary watercress and all the different staff. Maybe to mix in with marinades. I think could be really cool. So so these are. These are just a few of the things i'm recommending this year and there's always of course homemade gifts as well i think s'mores kids are always fine for the griller on your life or for their kids you marshmallows chocolate on graham crackers and you can decorate it cute and get your kids involved in. This is like a fun thing to give to like france or hostess gifts or You know whatever or just those random gifts with iraq caught off guard you have you have a bunch created in your back pocket. You can give them So this is something. I've been doing for a couple of years because i love s'mores kids love s'mores in you can make us more kit. With all your basic ingredients mason jar in skewers skewers are your roasting stick and you can do over your grill even over you know You're you're even if you don't do it outside you can use it on your burner so just you know i like to do. Diy gifts to because it's nice to be thoughtful right. It's that's sometimes something homemade goes a long way versus just something. You might order on amazon. If you're gonna do with homemade. Is there a fine line that you can be walking to where you give somebody a gift and it. Looks like hey. I didn't spend any money on you. So here's this gift or hey look at this gift i made for you. It's so awesome blah blah blah. How do you make sure that you're not on the the the former and of that stick. I think you have to recognize your audience. You know like if you get a cool. If you're if you do like a a fund homemade food gifts you only wanna make sure that recipient is someone who is really gonna appreciate it. You know like Some some gifts are lost on people on certain people like. Here's a good example. I have this meyer lemon tree. That i have toted around. It made the move with me last year. Three and only one is blue. May one is producing fruit after like four years. And so I've done this before my last tree before a died. Was you take these meyer lemons and you make preserved meyer lemons which is a. You'll see that light moroccan cooking and it's great for making marinades or a mixing compound butter or even putting in like salad dressing. And so i have a very finite batch of these meyer lemons that i grew in my backyard and so for me to make preserve meyer limits which i have that the directions for that on my website. And you don't have to grow them in your backyard. You could just buy them. They haven't been trader joe's but it's fun foodie gift either way But you know those are going to people who i only know will like appreciate them. Which is one is like. My friend here That's my instagram Turned into real life friends You know she's a foodie. And i'm already like yes. I can't wait like you know. So i think you have to also understand. Did the you know the in person if they can appreciate your homemade gifts or not. They're not for everyone you know. Is there something that you saw this year. i understand. i've talked about since march that all of a sudden this year has become unlike any other year. Is there one of those Gimmicky things like a grill to something. That beat had an. I talked about last week that you know the boy. It looked great. But what a piece of shit that was Is there anything this year that you would steer people away from. If they're talking about. Ooh this is one of my husband or wife. Or whatever yeah. It's so funny. You mentioned the grill bot because they tried to send me one of like. I wanna say six years. Everybody has their name. It's like yeah like what you can't clean your own grillini robot to do it. You know. But i keep seeing all these lake new wireless meat. Thermometers like You're not talking about eight. Did a big pain for all the influencers and they want you to use the meter about la on mckee i. I don't know that's just me. I've heard it from others that it was in be the meter. They think there's a couple like that you know but it's a promise the wifi and they tell you everything they're gonna make you a perfect cook in yada yada yada. I don't trust it. That's just a i just you know. I think like like we are great. You see a lot of stuff come across in you have to be suspect you know because also for me as a person like i only have a finite amount of storage like i have to be like. Do i really need this ridiculous gadget in my life. You know like. I press my burgers myself. Or whatever on so yeah. I think i think the beater thermometer has as sounds really sexy but it makes me think of the sherpur image version of like meat. Thermometers you're going to get one like you know what i mean. I don't think you can go wrong with just therm events still. It's tough for me to. I was just talking with steven reich in the first hour. He's tried three of them and he was very positive of his review. I think you know like a lot of times Especially as you mentioned with. The meter has been out for years out for years. It did millions of dollars. On any number of those crowdfunding sites like indigo and the other kickstarter. A been millions on each website and then they took forever to trickle out. And they didn't have the wi fi connectivity that they said they were going to have and the bluetooth. Connectivity was like nine feet or less if you had the top down on the grill and it was like you know who cares. And it's still. Nobody was getting them. However i have to say with a steven reich alone getting behind a little bit malcolm reed also said that. He is now a bit of a champion. You know. these are people that hold weight with me and So i will begin to rollback the the disdain that i had for them but We'll see. Can i hold you over for a couple more minutes after. I just read all right. Standby back with more robin from grill girl. I'll talk to you quickly about the barbecue. I'm sorry green mound drills. That's right we just mentioned that. That's on her gift. Guide for twenty twenty others two different ones to choose from prime line the choice line. If you wanna save box here you go choice. Line jim bowie daniel boone. If you want to spend a couple extra bucks because you want some tack then you can go ahead and get the prime line you have to in turtle beach probes. You have look in windows main cooking chamber on the pellet hopper wi fi connectivity so you can get the rebound girl app and use that to its fullest extent as well they also have prime plus and within the cooking chamber. There's headlights and i believe that one off also offers you way. Fold down front shelf or the prime is fixed and the choice line does it have one so depending on what you want. A lot of different options to choose from they do sell through dealers so go to green grills dot com. Find a dealer near you and then go visit them if they're taking visitors where you can learn all about him and then take one home. You'll be well educated and you will not have a bad first experience. Everything will be great right off the rip and you will be headlong into live fire cooking at that. Point breeze dot com. That's green mountain. Grills dot com accessories sauces rubs and pella's well over there. Don't forget about that pizza an insert. That's green mound. Grills dot com. We're back with more robin from grill. Girl dot com stick around. We'll be right back celebrating over ten years and prolific and unparalleled live fire barbecue in grilling talk. And yes. it's still being done from cleveland ohio. You're listening to the barbecues. Central show this portion brought to you by smithfield head on over to smithfield dot com and get tips from pitmasters. Like chris linley darren. War thunder vonts child cridland mouth-watering flavor and no artificial ingredients smithfield fresh pork by simply. Some of the finest board money can buy trust choice world championship pitmasters competitions and at home and we will back rob from real girl dot com robin. Look at this comment. Coming in from guy chisholm. Green mountain grill. Gimmick is saying hogwash. It's not a gimmick that's booker. I think you know one thing that i have to say is. There's a lot of cookers out there right now and It's it's almost like anything else. You could buy the most expensive like this. Watch right here if a hundred people bod and ninety nine people like me having no wish you like one of the most comfortable watches ever but the hundred person the spring inside of it broke and a week later a not keeping the right time no matter what without taking it back somewhere well. This person is getting on the internet. This watch i paid x. Amount it's a piece of crap and i could have bought a seiko for eight bucks would keep better time. And all of this other stuff. I think similarly goes along in any other type of industry. I saw it in the trucking industry with the engine that peterbilt offers as their own that being an amex engine uc with pellet cookers. People hate on traeger. People hate on green mountain grills By and large though i think green mountain grills is a very reputable boy. It sounds like michelle here because they sponsored the show. But i mean i know the owner and i know the ethics in the thoughts there and things are going to fall through the cracks from time to time but by and large i think the biggest The the biggest pellet manufacturers out there are trying to do the right thing and i would say when any with any pellet smoker like anyone is kidding themselves if they think that it's going to run perfectly twenty four seven balcony. Either right. i mean. I think people get pillar. They think it's maintenance free but it's not it's not. I had like a dollar for every time. I was out in the hot florida sun. Sweating my ass off cleaning out my pellet smoker trying to get like a clog out you know probably because the humidity in pellets are not always friends. You know. But i think what what you look for in a company is is people who make it easy to troubleshoot those issues. You're going have replace those parts that are going to have crap out over time and that makes that whole process that much easier you know and i can say i've i've done troubleshooting on my grandma always been great to work with and i've seen you know my dad had a traeger back in the day and i i didn't see it as easy to for him to go through that whole process of part replacement and things like that so i think that's where really it comes into the the company the customer service behind it and then standing by their products. Yada yada so That's i just put that out there. Anyone investment appellate smoker. Like you said is not maintenance free. It's who's going to be the easiest to deal with robin. I think we've inspired some trolls coming out. Because if you look at here all pellet smokers fuck. I don't know anyone who is happy with. There's so i had to sound the alarm right here. Obviously dr knell medley saying of course on kidding alarm is going off for some look. I say this with peace and love. Love love I know a lot of happy. Pellet cookers i'm one of them and from time. You know what the more i think about with all of my fellow cookers that i've had aside from an occasional flame out here or there i have never had a catastrophic event in the ten plus years that i have had appellate cook and i have a lang and i have a pit barrel and weber smoky mountains and everything in between but i just have never had a catastrophic pellet event. That's awesome. You know what. I think's you. This is what and it's great and i see so many of my girlfriends on instagram. And the pellet smokers only grill. They've ever now you know They've never really had to Like literally like control fire because they just press the button and the think they've had you know they i don't see any. They're not upset that they love it. You know Now what was i gonna say that. I've lost train of thought. But yet the way they have their pluses and minuses. For sure i've had my ups and downs with might. Oh i know what i was going to say is i think actually what i've seen is that when use your pulse smoker all the time. It almost seems to work better. You know what. I mean kind of like like a car looking like a honda and you drive it all the time or if you have a car that sits in the driveway. A doesn't get driven enough. And then you have problems like that too. I am with mine in that. I have so many different girls in my backyard that might pellet smoker is not my twenty four seven grill. It's kind of like my once or twice a month grill. And then you know by that time i have used it. Maybe some things scott Like clogged or maybe some pellets. Got hardened so. I do feel like there. There's a way with with pills. Brokers is almost like you have to kind of keep that that machine finally oiled in tuned. And keep it going. You know what i mean so sue. Maybe maybe that's part of it as well. That's just a little theory. That that i have along with scott lorrimore. Maybe you're buying cheap pieces of crap and you're getting exactly what you pay for right. I mean if you're buying one hundred and seventy dollars pellet cooker than. I would expect that your your expectation is a consumer should be way down on the totem pole than if you're buying something in the nine hundred to eighteen hundred two thousand dollar range. Which is i mean. I mean give me a break right i mean what are we talking all right. Look let's get off of this and go to food trends. So we're closing out twenty twenty. You know everybody laughed at me almost a year ago and i said the first show in january of two thousand twenty. The twenty twenty was rapidly coming to a close. But look who's right. I am twenty twenty is almost over as you look back on this year which has been like no other. What new trend came up that. Maybe you didn't think was going to happen or was on the cusp and really hit home in a major positive way Things that you're going to take away from food trend in two thousand twenty. While i don't end this won't be a surprise to anyone but i think the food trend that no one was expecting. Was everyone baking bread specifically sourdot lake. You remember at the beginning of like and it was unexpected because january. Everyone was like but yeah. I'm getting back on the bandwagon. I'm so kito. I'm all about maximizing my macrocosm blah blah blah and five seconds later. Everyone's like just hitting. I need comfort food and someone gave me a bunch of sour dough starter. And now i'm making my own batch and we're all baking bread and we wanna eat carbs because we're stressing right now. Which is because you're watching. The tiger king at the same time tiger king got through the first round of lockdowns relate. What's going on. Oh thank god for the tiger king So i think. I think that was like what was not expected. Just because it was kind of like you know like even have girlfriends on my disagreement. With like one girl's name was like literally was like maximizing my macro or whatever which was like such a kito thing to say. And the next thing you know. She's like totally baking sourdot. So the other thing. I think that that came across the threshold from being something. That was a little bit more rare to more common day in. Twenty twenty was tried tip. Hear me out on this. Is that Historically tried to visit more of a west coast cut rate on the east curse. You just do not see try ted or grocery store. Yeah and but i feel like this was the year that even people who don't or haven't usually had tried to in their their universe made a point to find it and cook it. It was kind of like it became it became. At least i felt like and this is of course my view of the world according to all my little barbecue people. But you know what i mean like. Everyone's like oh tried to is great and it's like it has been great on. It's it's cool to see more people getting into it. Some other things. I think we'll see next year So those are the two things that stick out of my head for twenty twenty I don't know if you buy our spreadsheet we write about what Talking points was. I think the biggest food trend of twenty twenty is eating and drinking your feelings in britain. I'm gonna drink went feelings now ray. It's been. I don't think anyone's it. You probably drink as much as early in the day as I don't know at least like your started out. Stressful rate. everyone their kids from school. Trying to figure it out. And then you've got the you've what do they call it. The quarantine fifteen two from all those cards like people just wanted comfort food So anyway i think some stuff will see moving into twenty. Twenty one is for me. Here's the cut of meat that i think everyone's trendy on right now. Is pecan now. Everyone at least. That's what i see. Everyone on their feet is like clicking. Connie i'm cooking konya. They're showing how you can smoke at whole you sites it up. Put it on the big skewer. Whenever but like i see that as being like like what traits have was this year seeing his. Are we calling it a p. cagno renaissance. Because i want to say two years ago is wanted. I hit and i remember talking about it on the show with a couple of different people and then it It seemed to like hit and go away. And you're right. I do see it starting to to make a comeback so it was just like version. Who of pecan you will it be or will it have seen its best days by the end of q. One of two thousand twenty one or will continue through the year. I think it'll continue. I mean maybe. It's because i'm not working a lot with more like i'm trying to network with more women to on instagram. You know like the the girl that grills take movement girl on. So i need more. People are discovering it And then there's some other stuff that that i'm seeing that i hope to see more of and that's like this innovation and grilling right like so so in late two thousand eighteen we saw masterbuilt in modern joe cincinnati join forces and they came out with the gravity fed pellets. Smoker will now we're seeing fusion in that Now i haven't seen on their website. But i've seen it by the guys that work there. We're seeing them connect pellets. Smoke augurs to kamado. 's so that you have like have you seen this yet. Kamado joe came out with a pellet fueled version of ceramic cooker. Yes it's not a website yet. I'm seeing more like technology around people. And i'm also seeing outside of them people making parts to convert a like weber kettle to running on pellets. And things like that. So i think what we're going to start seeing is is more like fusion and modification grilling. Think about how you know like you can get a jeep and you can accessorize and modify a jeep wrangler. I feel like we're going to start the more of that in twenty twenty one or maybe i just hope do because i think it's i think it's really fun to watch and see and i also like to see innovation in the market. I just think it's nice and refreshing to see people doing something different and exploring how how you can do it. How you can cook over fire. Do you think that a trend for next year is going to be the continuance of the plant based revolution amid. I remember. I thought at the beginning of the year that that is something that was going to continue to dominate. It's i mean it certainly hasn't gone away by any stretch but i thought perhaps of the year would have trended in the normal way it would have been absolutely monster. I don't know if they backed off of it or if it just didn't pick up steam because everybody was home and they didn't want they didn't give a shit about if they ate meat seven days a week and and whatever else plant based wasn't in the diet like you were talking about everybody was on kito and then all of a sudden boom they were off akito thing for good for this year because it was this year. Do you think that. Plant based will make a resurgence of sorts or make a real big growth into twenty twenty one. I you know what's so weird about that as your rate like it was trendy and then i felt like i stopped hearing about it. It's like it's there but it's almost like it lost its steam So i it's hard for me to say because i feel like by positioning on. It is very Because i only hang out with people that really eat a lot of meat in. I only have one vegetarian friend on that. So i almost feel like my. My opinion is not correct. But i i kind of almost hope it goes away. Only that it's not. It's not the idea of the plant based that bothers me. I think it's great. What i do find really gross as all the weird ingredients that they put in worst right like just eat a burger. If you're gonna eat all that weird shit that they put in something to make. It taste like burger. That's what makes me feel like the weird thing about it is that people are trying to be healthy and may end also of course being better for the environment but meanwhile these things are so processed and like engineered that they. It doesn't seem right. You would wanna eat it better for the environment but not real good for you in your diet. What's the armor is good to me. Like maybe i should just even black bean burger that made with black beans and something else versus this weird shed that i can't pronounce in the ingredient list. It's the biggest thing you've missed this year. I've really just missed being able to leave the house without having to have an effing mask in my purse or attached to my person and have one for hunter. And you know just. I'm so over masks and seeing dirty masks on the floor all of that. I'm just. I'm just tired amount. Do you think that at some point we will be back to normal and twenty twenty one on one end. So when do you think normal happens. You know it's really hard to say i. I do believe that we're in the middle of a war of information right now and people have to dig really hard to find information that is truthful and they have to go outside of the mainstream media to to actually figure out what's really going on because there's so much censorship and there so many There's so much so much of the information you don't know what to believe because everyone has an agenda and so I think if people actually wake up to what's going on then maybe we can go back to normal. And if they don't then. I think the tyranny of the masks and the like planned pandemic will continue and will and that will be part of the bigger plan to get. Everyone used to wearing masks all the time. So what does that mean. What are you driving it there. I just think. I think all of this was planned. All the sweat was planned. I think if it wasn't planned it was a great opportunity. And anyone can go on and go onto google and look up the great reset which is the world economic forum has talked about the great reset and and basically said that cova wasn't excellent opportunity to implement the great reset. And that's why. I find this to be you know not. None of this is coincidental. What's happening. I don't understand what what are we resetting. You think this was a plan that like this was a plan. The release you think like this is real or that. It's not. i think it's a real definitely real virus but if you go and look and see what a lot of people want people like the world economic forum said. This is an excellent opportunity to basically put our plan in place. It's an excellent opportunity to reset the world and and put this action plan in place. Which is the new world order off. What is that what. What's the new world order. The new world order is is the idea that letter call globalist and a lot of lead us have been talking about for for years and years which is basically like a one world government and Yeah it's it's kind of scary stuff. But the great reset as you guys can google this Swear i'm not crazy. Google plug in the great reset and a lot of the major world leaders like prince. Charles the Look guys names at klaus. Schwab guy from economic forum. Bill gates was there. Of course we're all talking about how cova was a great opportunity to implement the great reset so anyway you guys can google at at no. It's crazy but it's actually happening in the fact that no one's talking about it is. What's the scariest part or it could be. Not true at all yeah. I don't know why people would talk about wanting it and and the guy wrote a book about it called the great reset cova nineteen the guy who is the head of the world economic forum So yeah i don't know why. Write a book about it. But i swear to you guys. Not a conspiracy theorist i just started looking around on. Don't you say don't say but i won. The vaccine is out wrong when the vaccine is out. Will you take it. Now you taking this. I will not be taking in in our a marin a vaccine so the one by pfizer in marquette dare not i will not be taking now maybe the one from astrazeneca but not not the not in a not know. What's in it. I just honestly the all the research. I've done Which you'll never find the stefan mainstream websites or anything on google because a lot of it's censored But if you go on like go and other places that don't have as much censorship Bill gates has been very involved with a lot of these vaccines in in he. If you guys can also do research he he is. He's done some shady stuff in india and africa before that involves sterilization of of young women. And and things like that. And it's it's very scary. I would not want to have anything to do that. That bill gates is heads. Do with any vaccine escaping me. This like i'm i'm your story but you're welcome apologize. Low don't apologize. So there's there's really fire documented. The bill gates sterilizing women in different countries. He's actually been banned from india. He did some some some vaccinations there and then they don't be side effects and then also in africa. You know you'll see you'll see people trying to say it's not true but if you go down to about probably the the bottom of the first page in google in the second pages you'll start seeing people talking about the information. Are you an anti vaccine across the board. No absolutely not. I i always thought antibac- there's like. Hey why would you not want to get a vaccine. You know or Why why would you wanna be put yourself susceptible. But i have started to do more research lately and wondering if if there's you know i i honestly grant i guess what twenty twenty has done for me has really caused me to wake up in question. Everything really just question. Everything like like led. One night. I was i was on a boondoggle on a rabbit. Hole looking up. Jeffrey epstein's log of flight log. For example and i found out that one of my all time favorite barbecue chefs will like on that flight log and i was like. Are you kidding me. And now come to find out he was you know epstein personal chauffeur. While talking about your. I just start. I lost track of time. And i didn't stop my auto triggers from going off. There i apologised. Who do you want to tell everybody who. You're talking about lincoln google by i yet. I won't say anything. I'm not going to throw anyone. But i just i'm just saying in my life right now. I feel like. I've had like the blinders lifted and i just question everything. I research everything. I don't take anything for face value on our encourage everyone to do their own research. Not trust what anyone tells them what the media tells them just really your research and don't take things for white. They appear robin. If you if you don't take anybody's word for if you don't take mainstream media or whatever side of the thing you're and you're doing your own research to that point. Who do you believe isn't everything you read an agenda driven piece or somebody trying to make money this way or somebody trying to Make a point or get a following and and they're saying this like if you're questioning everything is the truth that is the truth and only what you care to believe. Well no. I think you have to really dig in and and you know see for yourself but what i will say is that there's been a lot of new. There's been a lot of information coming out and people are finding out how to get around a lot of networks that are doing so much. Censorship senate their voice can be heard and there's a lot of new journalists in free thinkers out there that are that are you know that Sharing facts and sharing. What's really going on and it's really refreshing to see people doing that. You know so so for as many people who do have an agenda. I think there's a lot of people out there that really just want the truth with what's going on in the world to be heard in a nerve fighting really fighting for the truth to be out there right so so there's always there's always late always trump's darkness right so so yeah later trump's darkness honestly read that question before i let you go and i have to ask. Are you a flat earth. Now thank god not if we're not crazy and just research lately don't say but you say i swear i'm not crazy and end the sentence when you say but that means you might say something that's going to immediately contradict what you just said. Look go over terrier. that's right. Go over to grill grill dot com immediately and look at these gift ideas I mean who knows if they're gonna make it in time. Shipping is ben abomination. Here over the last six to eight weeks or so For various reasons but there could be some things that spark and interest for you that are on that list or things that you didn't think of and that's why she's been doing it for ten years. This list has been coming out unbelievable go to grow girl dot com otherwise and you can see her right here on the third tuesday of every month. Robin always appreciate the time happy. Happy holidays merry christmas to you when you get there next week and obviously happy new year and we will see you in twenty twenty one already. Everyone i hope. Everyone has an awesome holiday. And i appreciate you and your friendship greg. I appreciate all this barbecue central fans out there. Y'all are awesome and let's make twenty twenty one at cashier do it there. She is robin from grill. Grill right there. We're gonna we are really going to try to make twenty twenty one the best europe. I can't be worse than this year. I mean well let me rephrase it can always be worse right. No doubt ride lamego back here. Here's a wally inskeep chiming in say. Hey robin good for you. That's right teller. Wally good for you. Let's see if i can figure this out because i totally blew. I blew up my clock on both hours. Luckily this isn't like a real radio. Show so i don't have to worry about the fuck. We just want a little long. It's only three minutes right now. I'll talk to you quickly about the barbecue guru believing that outdoor cooking can be easy and fun with the monolith barbecue guru edition grill. It's built power draft fan. 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"Happy to have you here for the really big barbecue show boeing. We cook because we have to and we grill because we want to get me a great show the problem here. Dead in the crackle. No sean bono. What four feet dog shit. Peach working on right now. all right. welcome back to the barbecue central show. It's the year in review. We're just going to get right into cheik konitz. Good evening greg was just curious will kind of dollar amount would be looking to get a shout out on your show. How about a care package. I'm putting one together for you as i'm typing this and we'll get it set your way. Let me know about the shoutout slash sponsor would cost. What are you talking about jay. I'll tell everybody about it right now by chase off saying your first name. Right is a chase. i'm guessing. Just tell me what you're selling them on. Give me a website. I'll tell somebody everybody's looking for some new stuff now. If you want to advertise on the show that's gonna cost body. That's right on the fifty thousand gigawatt low told all right john. That's it that's enough so as i look back at this year Twenty twenty was the bonus content for the show is what like this was the year of bonus content never before have i had so much bonus content so i i think i would like to continue that prospect in twenty twenty one having many more bonus content segments. But i guess it's gotta make sense. We had a number of them here in twenty twenty closing out. March firebird rolled out some of the new updates to their app user interface and both ted conrad and then subsequently derek riches recounted being at that last trade show in the country basically down at the age. Pba in new orleans and how that seemed to deplete quickly as the week continued on. I think it started on a tuesday. And all of a sudden by thursday or friday it was like costa also the first round of the american idol barbecue. Central show edition made its appearance and moral. How many days in march ten friends. Also a longtime friend of the show. Chad ward from traegergrills stopped by to catch up on the barbecue industry barbecue on television or lack thereof it and more but a career. He's having to by the way. Congratulations to chad. Hooking up with the likes of stone cold steve austin and joe rogan. Best pals with dan. Patrick maybe other names that. I can't think of that are really popular. Good for you chat so you. In twenty twenty one continued success. Happy new year to you. We move into april. Twenty twenty sean. From the smoke sheet came on to update the status new york city and they're barbecue scene amidst the pandemic. Mike lang from another pint. Please was the guest. In april. We talked about the fabulous dish that he was working so feverishly on grilled cows zone stylish by the way i love mike lang and shame on me for not having him on more frequently at least as a quarterly guests he could probably be monthly. He's active. he's very knowledgeable from a host standpoint. He's a great guest. He's has the right equipment and his house to sound good hits. The marks doesn't talk too long. There's every there's nothing about. Mike lang that i don't like i love everything about so i will try to remedy that. And twenty twenty one. By having him on more specially because he's a pretty much a hundred percent backyard focused which is really more what the show has taken up his backyard. Folks we make a little competition here and there but backyard folks. April was also the month of sam. The cooking guy blasting rail. That's right was played last week. As you remember it was also the month where meathead said that resting your meat after grilling cookie is a bid overrated and there's no real benefit of doing it for any extended period of time basically taking it off the cooker putting it on table cobbling together. Whatever side dishes that you're going to have and then just have beat heads. Continuing thought is people wanna eat a hot stake. They don't wanna eat a lukewarm steak. And if you let it hang out for ten or fifteen minutes ultimately you're going to be eating. Lukewarm steak and the people will stop juice that runs out anyway and put it in their mouth and away. You go first timer to the show first timers to the show. I should say john and john macklemore or john. J two came on to talk about their masterbuilt. Gravity feed cooker. That was really a hide item. Back then. I had mentioned that a little earlier. I just started a new video. Streaming program had some bottle-necking issues with my cpu before that thing blew up which will get it to design. It wasn't a great segment but it was good enough in the michael. Moore's they like to talk like to talk a lot and the one thing that really stuck with me through that interview. That i really appreciate as i did. Ask the question about manufacturing offshore. They don't manufacture anything here in the states and he said it john senior set. The one thing that he answered honestly was that. Hey we take everything off. Shore we wanna remain at a price point that everybody can get added. We want to offer as good of technology that we can pack in here but we have to manufacture overseas. Then we ship it all in. We warehouse at in here. And then we ship it out to the dealers and stores big boxes blah blah blah. But i think if you look back masterbuilt gravity feed cooker was one of a hotter items of twenty twenty and we talked about that with john. John a doctor barbecue came back on the show and april and we talked about him being added to the barbecue. Fame's names committee. It did not help me. Andrew are not it did not help me get into the barbecue hall of fame and twenty twenty. We knew that because daniel von predicted it months before benn are not from the smoking. Hot confessions podcasts. Came on for the first time we talked about his show. How at one best barbecue podcast at the end. Bbq awards and twenty twenty and. How barbecue has grown over in australia. The past handful of years since he started doing the show by the way. Fun fact ben are not is like a karate master so he is not one to be trifled with. Let's just say it like that and we will leave it right there. Just profiles appeared on the show in april and we talked about her new cookbook along concept that she was doing through the social media platforms. She did one on youtube. she also did one on facebook. She gave you a shopping list of things to get prior to cooking on whatever day in time she had mentioned and then streamed live and everybody was cooking together and enjoying cocktails together. Knows a great concept. I think she only did it twice though But everybody was doing something different. During these pandemic time especially in april since it was new this was also the segment where she took meathead and dr blonder to task a bit about resting meet and how their conclusions or thought or guesses were not real lab scenario experiments as far as testing was concerned and she also talked a bit about meat. Glue in that segment as well. So if you're not familiar with meat glue go into the april shows and served or just search just piles in the search field on the homepage will bring it up or search. Just piles meat glue. We'll probably bring up that exact episode in april. There were rumors of a bigger pit barrel cooker coming out and twenty twenty member me saying that also in april as we started closing it out heading into may the second installment of the american idol barbecue central show happened. That's right john. Solberg was eliminated in the first round. Is we were singing jailbreak and then in this version. We were singing our own songs. Thought i kept one. Evidently i did. Let's all right. I sang wishing well racers sang some songs that he talked. I think it was the ghetto and of course says we played last week. A dog sang jesse's girl which evidently is a cult favourite. Not rick springfield versions. Doug's version comb favor so we were heavy into the whole deal there with american idol barbecue central show edition then we move into may so bonus content segment with kevin greene from the butcher shop. In pensacola because remember this in. May we were talking about me shortages. We were going to be running out of me. There was gonna be no meet at the grocery store. There's no meat at the big box stores. Everyone was worried back then. There didn't end up being a shortage per se. It was just not enough people to process the meat that to be processed corona infections. Were on the rise especially in these meat processing plants. 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The cooking by a man named meathead the author of barbecue bible a grill girl briskly barbecue journalist and the male facing so the barbecue world known as the embedded. Correspondence only found right here. Barbecues central show this portion of the show being brought to you by pitt barrel cooker the most unbelievable outdoor cooking device on the plan currently available in two sizes with a host of accessories whether you're a beginner or professional definitely a cooker. You wanna add the arsenal. But the pit broker dot com. Tell them the barbecue. Central show sent you and we are almost halfway through the year may twenty twenty in may one of the biggest barbecue events. Each year memphis in may was cancelled. I also spoke with darren. Warfare show from iowa smokey dis and while he was planning a run at memphis in may that was dashed. Obviously he did mention that. During this point in the pandemic has restaurants were actually doing very good business. It was obviously a mostly take out and drop off. Catering things like this versus dining in but Much like a lot of li- fire industry and especially barbecue restaurants. That saw a lot of fast casual service. Were doing a pretty well given the circumstance also in may the barbecue hall of fame at at a new announcement exclusive to the show. Emily park announced the nine semi finalists right here before they distributed their electronic alert across the internet then through various news wire platforms. We did right here on the show. Three of those names would make up the twenty twenty class and that was going to be found out a little later in the month. Meathead was a part of those nine semi-finalist names again. Would he get in this year. Stay tuned on the recap in. May the state cook off. Association held a competition steak. Cook off in utah. And i had the host of the pit master podcast on to talk about the experience because they went and cooked it. Stake continue to hold events from that point on that to me that seem to be a floodgate or a watershed or a tipping point. However you wanna talk about it that seemed to be the measuring stick on. Are we going to press ahead with sca events or after this. Are we going to back off. And they pressed ahead full steam ahead. I didn't see many. Were there any as he events even got cancelled after that. I'd i'd probably don't think so. So they were running a full slate pretty much from then on. Also that month we had a barbecue hall of fame roundtable. Show where ahead. Daniel vaughan from texas monthly ray lampy who had just recently been added to the names committee and one of our show pals and favorites adrienne miller. The soul food cook became on and talked about ray added to the committee. And what those thought about that. And then of course. We talked more in depth about the nine semi-finalists and then i concluded that roundtable by asking everybody who they were going to be voting for but of course. Nobody answered me which is fine. No glanville from pitt barrel cooker was a guest in may and showed us around the and this was an exclusive look by the way of the pit barrel cooker lifestyle room in laval they had also just recently settled a big lawsuit with one of their now former competitors that being barrel house cookers and noah mentioned the pbx vaguely level. No release dates. No price points nothing other than the cooker would probably be in that fifty gallon range but aside from talking about it it never officially launched in twenty twenty also in may the embedded correspondent segment focused on who we would pick for the two thousand twenty class the barbecue hall of fame more importantly the finale of the barbecue central show american idol edition took place. There was against me jeff rice. We sang a produced duet if you missed the show last week. You're getting up to speed now if you watched the show last week. It's a little bit of a repeat but we're doing the show and order this week again. We sang a duet that was produced. The big enrich smash hit. Save a horse ride a cowboy or i changed the words at the very end of the song. Save a horse ada. Sorry what was it. Eat a horse. Say eat a horse a cowboy and then not to be outdone with the produce duet which i still mind blown that. We actually pulled that off. We sang live gesture like in wisconsin. And i'm in cleveland. The rock and roll hall of fame city and the barbecue capital of the north coast. Oh by the way cleveland. Also evidently outlaw biker gang that i never knew about capital of the work different story for a different day we sang live right here on the show i saying in oran be show to get outside of the box and it failed jeff saying ring of fire by johnny cash and he. He boat raced me. Those votes came in fast and furious. Not a one for me for at least forty eight hours boat race incredible. The barbecue hall of fame class was officially announced in may aaron franklin joe john davidson and desharnais robinson. All made the cut making up the two thousand twenty class. That was may twenty seventh when it was originally announced. I didn't get into the podcast feed until june six. So if you wanna hear that. Make sure you go into june. It's june six. You will actually see that listed into the podcast feed now. We officially go into june halfway through the year now. Aaron franklin came on to talk about his newly minted status was barbecue hall of famer although he didn't realize that he was even in the running again the year until i had texted him minutes before the names were going to be revealed saying. Hey if you're on. Can i call you meet reaction and he said hey neat if i'm around and i'm available i'll definitely take that call We also talked about how his business was doing through. The pandemic at that point never landed joe don davidson for an interview. Unfortunately i also tried to lineup disarray. Robinson and from cozy corner barbecue and tennessee. And i had it lined up but there ended up being a miscommunication over time zone differences. And i ended up speaking with desert as daughter. Val bradley instead. Now why that might sound like a a bit of a anti-climactic compensate. It ended up being quite a delightful fun. Filled conversation perhaps even better into certain degree because vow was well entrenched into the whole cozy corner restaurant working there now obviously full-time of being high level air Having kids her kids that are working there. Many generations running through there so to get her perspective on her mom and the work that she had put in and into the restaurant after the husband passed away and now getting into barb. Y'all of fame. That was a pretty unique conversation. That was june second in the feet. If you want to go back and check out is really cool The beginning of june also revealed the winner of the three month long american idol barbecue show edition and while i had hoped to the whole thing unfortunately did not turn out my favors. I mentioned a couple of minutes ago jeff. Rice from dead broke. Barbecue took me to task. And i expect him. Jeff this call out. I expect you to defend your title in two thousand and twenty one so when the invitations go out. Don't hit the spam label on me. You have to defend title. Also june sam the cooking guy. And i got into it when i told him he should have ordered initial ron of five hundred thousand knives so he would have had plenty in stock instead of running out as he did very quickly We agreed to disagree on that Basically he disagreed with me and that was all the conversation that took place but to me having two million subscribers having five hundred thousand knives i mean it would just made bid proper business sense. You would wanna have ample stock not run out. He saw a different way. It's his best not mine. I was just giving my opinion a day. Neil from on the road with dane. Wgn in chicago. The power blow torch seven twenty came on june to talk about his new remember. This this happened this year a barbecue pay per view Concept called barbecue fight club. This was a live event. That was going to cover. I think it was six teams teams not sixteen six teams at an undisclosed location. We will call it youngstown. Ohio during the pandemic. No one seems to be sure how well it actually did. In the grand scheme there did seem to be some stream issues. There were a number of folks who felt like they were duped a bit as it was billed as a live event but obviously the cooking portion was all done beforehand but i nonetheless barbecue pay per view event. Do you remember that. did you buy it. Did you watch just the free version of them talking around the fire or did you get down and i was like twenty bucks or whatever it was or ten bucks. I forget exactly what the ticket was on that but that was the first barbecue pay per view. Dane neal from on the road day. A principal steak person in that state no pun intended by the way in june meet had learned yet meet had learned that he did not make it into the barbecue hall of fame again. John mark is made an appearance on the show in june. emmy award. Winning jon marcus the executive producer of the cosby show and its best years. Ever he talked a bit about the corona virus we talked about streaming shows versus traditional tv shows and we also talked about the concept of the barbecue. Pay per view. John always a great guests. So if you miss that you want to go back and check out the conversation. I had with jon. Marcus june dave bosca came on the show in june and announced barbecue mud. Now i have since followed up with dave how well barbecue mud did amidst the times that we are in this year and he said it was easily the most successful launch of a product that he has had like not even close. It's it was success right off the bat. So if you didn't know about it barbecue. Mudd is the product Made for beef and it comes in one of those already made shake jars. It's not a rub and you just pour it right on. The meat originally became famous through the barbecue. Pitmasters television show. They finally got to market. Got to a point where he felt comfortable releasing it to the general public and he said it has been a bonafide killer as far as successes concert. So congratulations today on that product release and again that was ju- k were still getting through through the first part of the year One of my best pals. Ted reader came back on the show in june announced. He was partnering with a pal of his to do a barbecue trailer at a golf course where he lives in candidates. Remember that he did seem a little bit tab and feverish when we spoke helping the kids with homework and doing a lot of stuff at home because he was doing anything back then. The ted travels a lot during the year. A teaches at university does a lot of appearances. Product-development offsite all of that was shut down all that was canceled. So he got his creative juices flowing again. working that barbecue trailer first time guest to the show brad. Stuart came on in june. And we learned about the product crispy the cast iron seasoning. Which by the way. I have fallen completely in love with i actually went out and bought two new cast iron pans and as many weeks. Because i knew. I had finally found a product that was going to keep them in. Tip top shape easy to use worth the money. All that stuff off totally unsponsored just my undying support for this product. It's absolutely great. If you have cast iron and you don't use crispy you should give it a try at least once. Get the one that looks like a deodorant. Stick i also have crispy cream. Which was nice to us but i love it. Also in june robin lindores grill. Girl had her instagram account hacked. Remember that she talked about going through the process of trying to get it back into her possession. She talked about how not easy. That was you are not easy to get back into your possession. Ninety really hard to talk somebody was not easy the other takeaway from robbins lesson here on or recounting her getting her instagram hack. Turn on your two factor authentication to make it harder for the kooks to take your accounts and ruin all of your hard work pizzi yola of the universe. Mad frampton was a guest on the show june and he announced his pizza dough products. Those are my favorite. That might be my favorite product release of the year barbecue. Food hardware it. The urban slicer pizza work pizza dough. Releases may have been my product of the year favourite in two thousand twenty a little later on. He introduced sauce to the market. The sauce is exception. The only thing. I don't like is the fact that it sold an eight ounce cans but i'm over it. I'll buy it by the case. Every time i don't care it tastes great. The pizza dough works great super. Simple if you got four hours to let it rise you're five. I'm telling you it's great if you haven't tried. It is so good. Huge fan of mad frampton products ryan's abril from pits and spits came on the show for the first time and we talked about his partnering with the show which they did and we talked about the history of pitch spit and how it has been bought and sold the actually a number of times since back in the eighties when it started. I think and we also talked about their growth into the pellet cooker market. I think he said they were selling ninety. Or ninety five percent pellet cookers at this point of this coming from a company that had its roots and made its bones and offset so that speaks to a bit of where the pellet industry is in twenty twenty. Now we're starting to make the turn into the second half of the year. July twenty twenty july of course the best month of the year because that was the euro a month i was born susie and todd bullock from hey grew remember. They came on the show this year. It seems like july was five years ago. Suzanne todd bullock came on the show for the first time as a pair to be interviewed. We were going to hype. Suzy's new food network pilot which we did but they had to remain fairly tight lipped since it was technically not cleared by the food network ahead of time. It was a good show. Didn't appear to get picked up for any more episodes and twenty twenty though and i will levy this charge against food network. Those fuck faces are really weird people. There have been some really good shows that were one show never to be seen and heard from again. Like what do you need do you. Don't have that many good shows you know how many shows you're running on the food network right now you're running mostly guys drivers dives and dives which i love. I'll watch it all day long but between guys drives dives and re the pioneer woman. But what else do you have. Not much susie show would have been good. If it's right there. Somewhere in between guy and re. Suzy about suzy's agent. By the way i thought it should have been picked up july. Malcolm reed regaled us with a horrible fishing trip charter that he took with heath riles and some other dudes where heath ganked first. And then malcolm got caught up in the circle of yanking on the charter and couldn't stop. It was vomit after vomit after vomit after vomit hours on end tremendous mike mcleod from the world through championship announced that he had just purchased the competitive chilly association. Or whatever it's called. And that at that point in july he still had plans to run the world through championships in twenty twenty and dallas. Still on the docket in july was going to happen sam. The cooking guy was on crossing over the two million subscriber mark cooked a twenty pound cheeseburger on his show. And it was in my estimation. Still as i look back one of the best videos that he did because there was a terrible foe paw in flipping one of those burgers he cooked four or five pound burgers and one of them came in and caught on fire was majestic but he saved it looking great. It was huge. That was fun. Also in july i moved home and when i moved homes and reset up everything down here in the basement. My computer blew up the day before the show was going to come back live so that. Put me off for another week. While i got a new tower and had that set up properly we thank jeff bitch from maverick solutions in mentor. For helping me out with that now. I'm back and better than ever. Also mike lang came back onto close july. We talked a lot about steak and the best way to cook it. So there's at least two episodes during twenty twenty if you want to go back to learn about steak for mike lang in july and then look for the embedded correspondent segment in january. Or whenever the hell. I said it was that close out july. We got august and the balance of q four to go green mountain grills. You know it talked about him earlier. Jason baker was on earlier in the year. We talked about the differences between the choice and the prime line. I'll do it for you. Real quickly right here if you want easy entry. You don't want a lot of tech you. Don't need all the bells and whistles real frugal with your cash because guess what things sucked right now. Still we're gonna suck for a little longer but you want a great pellet cook. The choice line is right for you. Jimbo is the bigger one day. Ubuntu mid mid-size. Either one fits the pizza oven insurgents. You get that no matter what. Now if you want to spend a couple extra boxer. You've had a really good year. Whatever you want wi fi connectivity because you want to use the app you want to internal be probes. Want some of those windows and look in through the main cooking chamber hopper. Hey great no problem. Get the prime line. You want to up the ante even more the prime plus got headlamps cooking jayme about that. Got a fold down front shelf instead of the fixed front shelf like the regular prime has go to green mountain grills dot com and find out where there is a dealer near you. They only are sold through dealers. So if you can get to a dealer right now talked the bam. They'll get educated new. Take it home and be a success right out of the box. They also have rubs and all this other stuff for sale as well read mountain. Grills dot com that's green bound grills dot com and again. Don't forget the pizza oven. You need your wattage. And we're back after this will be right back. Celebrating over ten years subtotal olympic and unparalleled live fire barbecue and grilling talk. And yes it's still being done from cleveland ohio. You're listening to the barbecues. Central show this portion brought to you by smithfield throughout the grilling season. You can get tips and tricks from the pitmasters. Chris lilley derek war or disturbance as trials. Crillon also head on over smoking smithfield dot com where you can potentially on the committed cooks program. We'll find out more about that next month as smithfield is also renewed for twenty one. I think alluded to that earlier so looking forward to that. We are now into august. Because mike lane closed down july talking about steak. Malcolm was back on the show early part of august and he talked about the youtube channel hot barbecue. Right crossed over the million subscriber mark. That's right that happened this year about midway through and we talked about that particular benchmark and what it meant for him and his wife or shell. We did a little background again about how he got started into that. And you know little look back on the whole how to barbecue right life and genesis. First time guests to the show steve shea zor from lyon energy came on to talk about their solar power power options for all of us live fire cookers. Then i thought this might have been a bigger product in twenty twenty but perhaps twenty twenty one will be more of a breakout year for them amongst the lie fire industry. I'm not saying that it wasn't successful. The did seem to be quite a length of time literally days before he showed up on my show where they were out of stock. They were doing a lot of private label stuff. I believe steve said they were starting to run that back a little bit and take control to resell it on their own again through some of the big box stores and whatnot but lyon energy though is a great conversation so again if you were looking for something. That was a little bit more green and did require a gasoline generator depending on. What kind of a loggia running energy might have been an option for you so check them out. Also in august. Sean wall chef from kelley. Bbq media announces expansion during the covid crisis through the use of something called ghosts. Kitchens term. I was not overly familiar with at that point. So we discussed the id and when a ghost kitchen is how they were going to implement that. John aldous told Sean also told us about how they really became successful over this pandemic learning to run lean as the staff and of course leveraging their social media which they talked about earlier in the year when stober was on as well during that bonus content in march also an august specifically august thirteenth spoke with first time guest. Terrel miller remember terrel miller. Remember that conversation anyone in the chat no getting so fired up about having terrel miller on. If you're not aware was listening to a pitmasters podcast episode. They had terrible on and they were talking specifically about sea. Judging and she said that she score down like audio on tape that i had the cheese scores down specifically for a stake not having grill marks so terrel came on the show to explain her position while i asked her and she came on to explain her position and in the end. If you go back and listen to. She walked back quite a bit. It was a fun segment. She's a very accomplished judge. I wanted to have her on through the year. Just like i want to have other people on or are the people back through the year and then things just get away from me. So i wanna talk to her. She's like one of the head judges at world through championships at very cops. Also a very accomplished competitive cooked specially when it comes to dutch oven cooking so we'll try and get her back on in twenty twenty one. But that's why i was so jazzed to have her on august thirteenth so i could take her to task on her saying i score down on grill marks which is totally against the judge in august also. The emergence of polio came into vogue. That's right fifty percent off margarita for everybody. Walk me for free with your chip. Can i interest you in some still. Papayas for deserve truth. Chore poi- auto came into vogue and never for the rest of the year took its foot off the gas. It has been all the way out. I continue to get choi emails from listeners. There at restaurant mexican restaurant and taking pictures of the menu where it says jewelry polio. Sam the cooking guy made a chore poile flat bread after pounding me unmercifully for months on end the story. Poi- isn't real mexican food. Whatever the hell that means choi is a thing in two thousand twenty so much so even longest running embedded correspondent from texas jugo doug shining made his own chore. Poile tacos whatever the hell ebay the other day. It's a thing choi poi- is a thing. You didn't know it was a thing. You laughed at me. When i said it was a thing. It's a thing and it will continue into twenty twenty one first time guest to the show all that for six pieces of barbecue. Chris schaffer and pit master of heavy. Smoke came on and talk about the competition season in two thousand twenty by the way he finished third overall team of the year this year and what it was like hosting his own podcast which i was a of by the way if you go back and look may nineteenth. Was his last new episode. Chris bristow what are you do opening a restaurant or things like this is taking your time. A lot of big fans out there of all that for six pieces especially the barbecue folks. They really like the competition folks. There was a content released in the feet in august. I was a guest on the eat. More a podcast ryan in canada had beyond as a guest and i heard that over my feet. That was a fun conversation. So if you like canadian barbecue talk. Check out ryan at eat more barbecue closing out the month the embedded correspondents and i did the review of the subway rib sandwich. That was the thing back then. Remember the subway ribs. Sandow we also learned that seventy five percent of the abetted correspondence and myself cover their grills covering your grills became a hotly debated topic on the show for like a month or so. Do you cover your grills. Some of you do most of you do some of you. Don't baby it's fifty fifty. But i figure if i say it enough i will shame you secretly into covering your grills. Then we move into september. Mike mcleod came back on the show in september to announce that indeed the twenty twenty world food championships was also going to fall victim to covid nineteen. And it was the not you are not. It was not going to happen. Seventy five percent of the embedded correspondents the week before said that it was not going to happen. I bet all of my two hundred dollars on. Mike mcleod off if i said if anybody can pull this off. It's going to be mike mcleod. He could do. It was not in the carts. After years of watching. Sam the cooking guy and google ing at his watch. I finally hit the internet's and source the same one that he was wearing and bought it. Because i'm a watch deep. And obviously i love the watch and yes. I felt closer to sam for that moment and now it's not weird that i bought the same watch that he has because i liked it. I mean if you see something that somebody has an you like. You'd probably go on by two. It's not weird that i bought the same watch. Another guy has at all. Not weird is also in september. Me had school bus on twig cooking. And what the hell to fish actually is and that we need to watch out for scams that include the name chilean sea bass because people will screw you on that you won't be any of the wise. Didn't tell us what to fish was. Those terms are related. I guess also in september just profiles went back to college for a masters certificate at the university of iowa beat science program. We also talked about the just keep flipping method. Remember that that was a thing in twenty twenty as well. She was really championing. That at the time still a champion that way of grilling steaks as we get ready to close twenty twenty. But when i had her on september it was really starting to hit it stride. She was doing videos on. And all that stuff. All so first. Timer to the show in september brian shaft from certified angus beef was a guest here on the show. We talked about the brand and what they do for the meat industry. I still feel like we're clearing. Hurdles like it took forever to get together in the first place. Even though they're an away from my house or an hour away from my house we finally get together. There's going to be love affair of course but of course a covert heads. We can't do anything together. I can't go down to the culinary cooking center or anything like that. The howrah in the september twelve bonus content segment. I gave out my top secret rib recipe. It was very graphic in nature. I held nothing back some said it was almost pornographic with the amount that i exposed and let out. But hey i'm here to help. So september. twelve bonus content. If you need a great rib recipe. I let it all hang out on that recipe. Bonus content episode steven reich came on september. Told what it was like to shoot his project. Fire tv show. Under newly implemented covid nineteen restrictions that were self imposed by him and the crew. Daniel von also came back on in september and we talked about a new project that was happening in meat in the meat works in the meat works lab grown beef brisket. Yes real ass. Meet not beyond me to impossible meat or anything like that but realized meat being grown in a dish that was september fifteenth of this year. Remember when we talked about lab grown beef brisket. They're growing it. I forget exactly what the grow time was. It's not totally official like in production or you're going to see it sitting next to harvested briskets but it's getting there by gets first time guest than someone had been chasing for over a year and evidently when a doug sheddings favored kevin blood so from bledsoe's barbecue appeared. We talked about his time on the american barbecue. Showdown we also talked about barbecue in general and if he would ever serve plant based meat offerings on his menu and he said no longtime friend of the show and pit master of lady of q. Sylvie curry came on. That was this year to she was contestant on the american barbecue showdown finishing third overall contest. Which was great as it relates so that show. I gave my full take on the show and what it did or did not bring to the table spoiler alert. I wasn't a fan especially of the two hosts talking about judges kevin and melissa. I'm talking about those hosts. Rutledge somebody and the lady. What was her name. Harmony or birdie. Whatever weird you know what else. We didn't september the embedded correspondents. And i did our yearly barbecue. Central show guest hall of fame arguments and ultimate inductions. Making it in this year. Rod gray suzy bullock george motz paddle. Afrita day oxley loop rounding out more last rod gray also made an appearance on the show after a roughly three year hiatus and we talked about his inclusion and the guest hall of fame as i just mentioned we talked about guy fieri still being in the barbecue hall of fame and rod announced without any heads up to me or the audience that he had recently beat prostate cancer. Like that was breaking news here on the show something. He had revealed to anyone up until that point. That was these september twenty ninth edition of the show and we ended the month of september talking with first time guest and my newest demand crushed to date rasheed phillips from phillips barbecue company. Rasheed was the runner up to tina cannon on the american barbecue showdown on netflix. So if you haven't watched that and you like competition barbecue or at least what pitmasters look like the last handful of years you would wanna get netflixing. Check that out. We talked about how he got on. The show is experience on the show what it was a going on from a business standpoint after winning during the covid period. And now we're getting into the last quarter of the year. That's right october. I yes and then there was october which will get to hear adjust second tober will take very long or it will take very long one or the other. I haven't made up my mind yet. I'll talk to you quickly about the barbecue guru. 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That's eight hundred two eight guru or you can visit the bbq guru dot com and check out everything that they have their website. It's the barbecue. Guru a breakthrough and barbecue technologies. Stick around. We'll be right. Back whole tankers full racks legs and thighs in shifting butts. This before you might think you found the best triple x. Show ever let's get back to the most homo erotic host other today gray and his portion being brought to you by the smoke sheet free weekly newsletter keeping you in the no go to bbq newsletter dot com and sign up again. It's all for free a great all in one resource covering the live fire industry. So as i had mentioned october a complete and total departure for the show from a format standpoint. I had long thought about doing more involved pieces of my recurring guests for a while. But just didn't have a concept figured out and then october came an i settled on a strategy and thus ushered in a month long installment of what we call barbecue origin stories and i went in order of usual appearance time slots and today complete deep dive with each. Yes going all the way back. The birth bringing the present day. In between those book ends we explored each guest's childhood family life culinary introductions school experience life success all of that because really as i pointed out all the way back in the beginning of the year there are people these days that are quick to discount anybody success. It's over night. There's no credit for harm work so this was going to show you in detail that there have been years put into this and you see how many of the guests have things in common especially hard work and dedication and crafting their expertise. Also it showed you that. A lot of my guests had things in common with each other. That i had no idea. Malcolm reed for instance. Local wrestling at the pizza hut after hours was also going to school originally to be a pharmacist steven reich. Lynn had a dad and a family lineage of pharmacists. So he and steven reich malcolm and steven reich Together in that aspect a sam the cooking guy dealing with a terrible older brother getting him into drugs buying into a frozen yogurt business later in life having sax on tables of the business selling it moving into san diego ultimately becoming the youtube sensation that he is today steven reich lynn talking about a ballet dancing other that mysteriously and suddenly passed away at an early age. Father not overly thrilled with his career choices. Stephen meeting his wife linda navigating the blended family from his side and her side landing. The first big book deal hosting tv shows. List goes Robin lindores journey coming to terms living in a family. Where you know. The dad traveled around a lot to pick jobs She working a day job and also trying to get the grill girl website off the ground recovering from getting married to some guy too early and then going through that divorce ultimately meeting scott the love of her life and managing a kid and a job and a burgeoning grill girl dot com all at the same time then getting no derek riches from remote beginnings at utah living off the land working for about dot com and making a killing off their pay plan. Then moving out on his own putting all of his content on derek riches dot com falling in love with his wife and college getting together for the first time Not that way but dating but quick romance soon married all that fun. Stuff and of course Learning about my embedded correspondents rusty monson also growing up in utah. Not being a mormon. Not andrew are not a more how that affected his friendships with other kids. Who were mormon how. He and his siblings grew up together. Rusty being a free spirit experienced quite a bit of tragic loss in his high school years freely traveling and working to make money and the restaurant industry but just going where the mood took him ultimately beating his wife Much younger woman than he would have normally dated that he set and he worked with her as well and at that time he was not big dating co workers but he threw caution to the wind is well culminating in his working and managing restaurants and then getting into the barbecue world than he and his wife. Flip work and parenting responsibilities. He becomes a fulltime parents. Oh wait even near done yet son. I wrote down a run out of time. Be tip these off. So that doesn't happen again. Just back off theme music. He and his wife flip work and parenting responsibilities. It becomes a full-time parent as she climbs the ladder of success at a mlm makeup company. And now he's on the verge of opening a barbecue trailer fun and exciting conversation of course with doug shining a military brat having moved damn near seventy eight times before the age of ten at a dad who was a one way opened and loving prior to going to vietnam serving the war pile and then having a much more reserved and kind of angry dad changed father after coming back from the war of course and how that relationship changed and developed over the years. He was quite an exceptional athlete. Doug was especially tennis. Was a great student finished first in his class at texas. A&m was ranked the best aerospace engineer student in the country at graduation texas a and m. met his pet squirrel keeping to be wife and the love story that unfolded there and eventually got into barbecue. We got the name for roh cookers. Donald traeger then of course closing out meathead and his diane me had mentioned That was her favourite for the year. Was the origin story of meat at. You know for as many years as he has been coming on the show meet had continues to surprise me with new stories and events of his life. The paper gator's story that he wrote at university of florida's initial introductions into real barbecue down their running liquor stores during college and then afterwards meeting his wife who was a cashier and one of those liquor stores that he was managing being the wine critic for chicago. Tribune washington post charting beer and spirit tasting. Institute's unknowingly at the time. Getting grey goose on the map like singlehandedly. Getting grey goose on the map. That was meathead and his beverage tasting institute so much more there still needs to be one with john solberg. That's probably going to happen. In twenty twenty one. I guarantee quite frankly might be the best one yet so stay tuned for that as we close out october and then we moved to november malcolm rees announced that he and one of his co workers at how to barbecue right. We're not only opening up a retail store but they were starting a new channel reviewing products and getting away from their usual format. That you've come to know and love. Brad line iger from getting basted won the twenty twenty. Kcbs team of the year and competition barbecue. Strange on many funds as far as competition barbecues concerned this year of course appears not to be gaining much more interest in popularity to regain his former luster but Brad came on to talk about the race that it was and how everything was packed. In in a very short time frame how it ended earlier than it ever had the sheer november. I put the word out in november that in december make rib was coming back and it was going to be a nationwide rollout sam. The cooking guy announced that he not only had more of his original. The curie knives back in stock in november. But he had added an eight and chef's knife an offset serrated slicing sledge breadknife and a four inch paring knife then having used them for the last month or so after say they are freaking great. That's also something should also november meet had announced that he had decided to get into the rub making and selling business. He was partnering with old world spices to make his signature line of what will be three rubs. We talked about his wide now. Are you getting into the rub business with everything else. That currently available that happened in november. Can you believe it seems like three years ago there was also bonus content released with nick. Bauer from primo grills. A very interesting story to hear how that whole thing transpires and how he's kind of born into the business not something he was looking to rush into immediately but eventually Or earlier than he anticipated taking over the reins and now trying to take p. mo premo to the next level over the next twelve to twenty four months and beyond the segment. That was voted. Best of the twenty twenty by the embedded correspondents at myself. First time guest. Rodney scott came on. And i have to say as far as bookings and twenty twenty might have been one of the best guests and it ended up being a great interview. Actually it exceeded my expectations by a lot. Also rodney casually mentioned on the way out of the interview that he's getting ready to put out a new book nice. Did you forget that. Todd smith from to smoking but heads came on the show for the first time in november and talked about winning the second annual. Kcbs world invitatinal. That actually took place. We wondered if that was going to be the last of the big ones that might get acts because of covid that actually took place. We also talked about south carolina barbecue and his restaurants to smokin. Bud heads there was. Another bone segment released november where i caught up with the owner quiche. Chian of pizza ovens derek riches mentioned in november the kamado joe was selling currently a pellet filed a pellet fired ceramic cooker and of course closing out the month. I ended up planting my flag in the ground during the embedded correspondents segment on the side of nickelback. And if you don't plant your flag on the sign of nickelback either. I don't know what to say. You just hate good music at your problem not mine that you don't like nickelback. I think you're falling into a a brainwashed scenario where you feel like you have to say the you hate nickelback but i'm here to help you. You don't have to say you can say i love nickelback because guess what i love nickelback to you can love them as well. Then we get into december as we're closing out the year. We started the month out with a bang. Burger meister of the universe and barbecue hall of famer guest hall of famer. George motz came onto give his acceptance speech for the guest hall of fame. We also talked about his twenty five or twenty seven pound heritage breed turkey. He spit roasted for thanksgiving. Also gave us a history lesson on. Patty melts which really sounded like. They started out as a ken. To ruben sandwiches. And through the minutes of that conversation as we talked about burgers he also said i had a child palate when it comes to burgers because i like catch up on them so we agree to disagree also this month first time guest and cleveland native though now residing in la the bad you. Rebecca king came on. We talked about how she wound up in l. a. doing pork straw me first time guest a new sponsor to the show really from being be charcoal came on that was this month and we talked about his background in the industry which we learned was expansive and finally landed with being be gave us a history of bnb we talked in depth about lumps and briquettes charcoal and all that stuff which was great college football writer for the athletic andy staples was a guest on this show in december and we talked about the bet we had made four and against the cleveland browns in the nfl season he won and i had to pay him in brisket which i sent him a raghu brisket from the butcher shop in pensacola we also talked about college. Football in twenty twenty and what it might look like in twenty twenty one then the most recent of sorry then the most reacted to segment of the year robin the grill girl lindores having her segment and then right at the end i brought up the corona virus vaccine and off. She went if you missed the segment. Yo to yourself to go back and check it out really check it out the last week we close it out with another great visit from sterling ball to lead dirk riches was saying hey and twenty twenty one. As the year turns we could be seeing quite a bit of lawsuit going on. And it's gonna be traeger suing and they are in the midst of In litigation already about wi fi connective. They file the patent. They believe they are going to be able to take other manufacturers to task on this and litigation is coming in twenty twenty one you also said that he thought twenty twenty one was gonna be the year that weber sells again. So we'll see about that and we close it out with the abetted correspondence an eye submitting and deciding on a best sound bite moment of twenty twenty which ended up being rodney scott as i mentioned a couple minutes ago talking about his relationship with his dad. That is twenty two thousand eighteen in review. Is that enough for you. Can you believe that we covered that much ground in the last twelve months. But i was putting it together. I was absolutely shocked. I mean i know. I try and put together a good show each and every week but the amount of good first time guests and good recurring guests and bonus content of things mixed in between and the caller said it. It's not just me patting myself on the back. The show is better than ever. We continue to drive forward. I want to continue to bring you the best stuff and twenty twenty one do gas maybe some new recurring guests maybe some new quarterly recurring guests. But you tell me what you want to hear. And i also want to structure the show around that as well because really. It's up to you if you're not listening at some point the show goes away so i wanna make sure you're getting the content that you want to hear. Email me greg at the bbq central show. And let me know what you want to hear. More of what you wanna hear. Less of suggestions. Don't tell me that you want to get rid of sound effects. I'm not listening to that. I'm open to everything else. But i'm not listening to that. I have many times warned you with peace and love to love giving the sound effects up. I'm not gonna do it warning you with peace and love warning. You racing love. I'm not giving them away. And i say that with peace and love peace. And let's not talk about everything else i'm open to. It's fine. believe it or not. We are locked and loaded for next week fake show. Here's how i want to lead the year. Thanks for hanging with me. Through twenty twenty first and foremost. I love the support. I loved the listenership. Whether you're doing it live or on podcast mostly still do it through podcast. And that's fine. Live listeners. I love you the most i said it for years. It's been a great year. Is hope that you are safe at the end of this week in many respects don't go into the new year. Do it right. Do say many ways do it. Safe and next tuesday is twenty. Twenty one turns. You know the first thing that's coming out of my mouth i you know what's coming out of my mind. I'm not gonna say we know what's going to happen. And then from that moment on you will see how quickly next year is going to go. As i mentioned before we're locked and loaded alka breed is locked up sam. The cooking guy is locked up. We have another guest. That i can't think of right off the top of my head but we also have locked up so we're full for next week as we launch twenty twenty one september eleventh two thousand and one. I will never forget till next tuesday at nine pm eastern standard time. The program hosted proudly with american saying happy new year. And good night now.

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Off The Record: Tim is Famous Again! (ft. Tim Chantarangsu)

JKNews

23:13 min | 3 months ago

Off The Record: Tim is Famous Again! (ft. Tim Chantarangsu)

"We need three to one action. He goes on backed off the record. And we talk about what we wanted. Aw giambi's here. I know it's okay you can. You can still call me. And some of you know it's weird it's not a bs. Why change the name big deal it was you know you know you correct. Fans do people still call you by your old people get so call me and i say that in the video i'm like hey guys i'm not gonna get mad. You call him mad at me. I'm pissed actually. I'm gonna talk to you after this guy at least your name big. He loves and the satellite. Then the mayo hair. I still get uncle. Sam like every once in a while every day i dunno damsel. All but still fans would be like that. Call me traffic an ship. Traffic your rap alias. I totally forgotten made you drop traffic completely. No one likes traffic that originally i had traffic as rab name and same with the a comedy. Because i didn't want people to think i was making comedy. Wrap your childish gambino donald. Yeah i was doing that. Treat beak way to say during songs and shit on or kill no. I just thought it sounded cool. I for a rapid be like trae peak. But yeah i dropped it because i feel like i got to a point where people either knew that i was like a funny person that also like spirit real bars and i didn't need to confuse people anymore because i would have people who are like. Oh my god. I just realized traffic and timothy ghetto or the same per what the dog. So yeah but this is actually so now. It's like they're they're both gone and i'm just wrong you and i actually like. I finally have a thing where i'm like. It's on on like a press like unreleased. Tim shot the wrong. You in in this thing now because when is this. I don't know if this make this. Come after monday's about on tuesday on his new. Mtv show guys out no told mild in mild out you guys potato chips and a mild side. It's a fiddle enough conductor in japanese First grade they have this like It's like a like a kids alive. Yeah and it's like the red team versus the white team real damage. That was his name. You guys know from intel or the hispanic guys. That kiki sorry okay. We took away from your on. Who had a huge new show. You guys know ridiculousness so wished we were doing. They're doing me up for a spin off of ridiculousness called deliciousness where it's all good clips. Keep going keep going to the star of its. I know and it's called the listeners where we reacting the food clips and shit. But here's the dopers. So you're chanel. West coast sterling sterling in But the host is fucking kelly cope housekeeper and say what do food have you seen him lately. She likes food no for one for one. She's fucking hot. I was kidding. These aren't even know that i was just kidding. Tiffany ambert decent amber tiffany now and she has like cooking cooking things. She does like cookbooks. And shit like that and chrissy teigen thing and And first of all chino sport but like oh my gosh. She's still so high. Like i'm on set with god kill ekapat. Let's not close because everything's distanced and she's over there hosting on the couch zach matter shooting every. Oh how close have gotten hugged in every do visit crazy that you used to jerk it to her in the ninety s. You mean still no. It's pretty. it's tricky because like so it's a random ass cast but everyone kind of does food things kelly capacity season. It's angela from the office. Two thousand eighteen foot. Fuck japan and cal from keenan and kellogg. Good burger that has on. The food is the good record connect and he also does like he's like sauces burger sauces. Real yeah yeah what do you do and i do basic tabuchi food show and send in all the show also we we all sit and make jokes about the clips that they show. Just wanna meet all those people so that comes on december fourteenth on mtv. Make sure you check that out to angela number fourteen day if you have a million followers on your instagram in a couple of shows on the internet. I'm pretty sure you could be on on as a guest. We don't even have guests. Guests are could be a cas- are you. Cast on the show. Thank you for the duration. Is angela like really nice person. She overnights nights what she looks like. One on just good actress total bit almost. Do you guys see. Friends is finding her forbidden. Love i think for instance really funny but people don't find funny. I just i wasn't my. I was a kid then. It's as a kid as well seven watching this. I remember it was one thousand nine hundred seven seven watching friends. I thought was hilarious. Little tight actually had a crush on pill. Didn't kellyanne did you. You put put them as your as your to me. They're both the esplanade measure hall hash. David feel that you ditched them now. And you're moving up dude. Who cares true. Data has a netflix. Show on right. Yeah skis his thing i guess. How do you guys feel the david you guys. That's that's a true percent foods co. feeling the answer expect him to run away when it comes to food because he's run away from us toward food right right because he's your own show called take foods. Yeah it so. Are you excited about this. Like do you watch on tv. And you're like you get your family and shit like watch mtv at the time. Well i figured how to watch it. Because i don't currently have. Mtv pursue my cable. I watch cable through hulu. And tv's not on their list. Because i don't use spectrum anymore. So i got to watch it. I add hook you up with just like like i mean yeah they can send you links to the episodes. But i'd like to watch it. You're looking at youtuber. Doesn't have you premium. I have not spectrum tv. Guess i guess i need to. I really want to watch the episode though. Because like what's dope about this compared to being a while now is like a fucking castle twenty people in like grabbing the mike trying to get their jokes off. This is like it's one of like three people. So i get a lot of screen time. It's led to audition. Was that process like now. i didn't. They just hit me up. They're like hey they wanna shoot they wanna use you for like a pilot of this like ridiculous spin off and then we'll see how it works. And apparently they shot like a few different variations of ridiculousness with like different casts of people. In the only one that got picked up for more episodes. Like it's really smart. Smart about it is that i feel nowadays. Just get some bland ass host and they just do things whereas this reaches exactly the demo that you guys are going for food like not just food but like you got a ninety s icon like for those thirty year olds who are watching this respective demographic audience and so much more sense to get all these even cal to exactly so be like millennial audience. Yeah exactly. I was watching. I was like. Oh my god i have. Dvd's shows you bring inside. I would totally do that. I won't say one day when she said she was like. Oh my god. I love it. She's tired of this shit. Nah i mean. Probably i think five fucking assault everytime phone rings. It's about something though. No her ring point getting. That's cute now. She's all those cats always get called about doing some reunion. Show some other reunions. Where they did it. I saw the instagram posts. That misted with the mom searching out. Allah dallas cool. I heard it's just a conversation of actually doing an episode. It's it's a. It's a conversation old house at the old set they recreated the whole set and fucking man. It's though like two minutes and she was already like ball. What does it on. Prime batman real amazon. Hbo max yeah. Yeah it's it's dope. They do this whole thing. Of course talk about oncle fill. Everyone cries. He does a whole interview with the original mom who he hadn't spoken to him thirty years. Yeah they had a lot of beef. Will smith in the regional. Mom had beef before we talk about the beef. Let me tell you about something right now. That's on all of our minds. Today's video is brought to you by upstart. And there's a lot of economic chatter going on right now about the state of the market. We can't be watching saved by the bell. We can be watching fresh prince of bel air. Because we're wondering. Is it going to recover. Is the economy going to crash. Who knows. I don't know but if you're struggling to pay off your high interest credit card debt you can't wait for those answers you need to take action now with upstart. There's actually something you can do today to help. Fight off high interest. Credit card debt spark is the revolutionary online lending platform. That knows you're more than just a credit score start makes it fast and simple to check your rates. This just soft poll. It won't affect your credit score. The heart pull happens if you accept her rate and proceed with application. The best part of the loan is approved and accepted. Most people get their funds vary next business day which is very very fast over. Five hundred thousand people have used up. Start to pay off credit cards or meet their financial goals. And you can't to for yourself from the burden of high interest credit card debt and get back to using your money your way with upstart and see why has over six thousand five star reviews on trust pilot so hurry to upstart dot com slash record to find out. How low your upstart. We can be checking. Your rate only takes a few minutes. That's upstart dot com slash record. Our seo your loan amount will be determined based on your credit income and certain other information provided in your application not all applicants will qualify for the full amount. So the uncle phil in on the original had beef will smith and original mom had beef and then that's why they had to replace her. The originally didn't like will smith because he was being like a young twenty something like big headed and stuff and was like yo chill out and then we'll like that but he was a big enough star to get booted off so there's a whole thing skinny of it. I don't know if he admitted it happened. Admits he's like y'all look honestly. I was twenty years old. I didn't know hoover. Yeah i didn't know what was going on with you. I just knew that. Like what what i saw. Whatever and she's like you don't you have no idea and you also didn't ask. She was pregnant. She got fired after the season when she was pregnant. Low like. I was dealing with an abusive marriage. So there's a reason why. Like i would come to set. I just didn't feel like talking to people. And she basically she's like she's like did you have no idea she's like i lost everything because of the words you said to get me off the show who i like the the whole thing. They say recorded that and up. Yeah and he's like like so back then. He was saying that she was difficult to work with. And she's like. Do you have any idea the effect that has on a black woman especially a dark skinned black woman for you to say with your stature in the industry until the industry that i'm difficult to work with she's like i lost every they pick the lighter skin actress to take over me next well. I didn't even know. There was a switch. Because i was so young. What renewed looks totally different like. I wasn't that diehard of fan to notice because you know you don't watch every single episode. sometimes you missed one and then you know. Here's here's what i didn't get into. I got older on the season where they came back and made the switch because they didn't at all they didn't knowledge because fucking jazz. Jazz was like in the living room as the new moms like dusting and shit and jazz is something different about you. All i'd just i can't put my finger on and we'll kind of like looks at the camera breaks the fourth wall. Wow and he's like. I got a fire. What did he say to that. He was like to be honest when i watched. I was expecting him to like fool out. Be like i'm so sorry about that. But he was he was more being like our twenty. I didn't know what you were going through. And he does apologize towards the end of it. They both mutually apologized because they had both like talked a lot about each other. But yeah it was crazy so you could. You could tell that she really wanted to go in more on like you fucking ruined my life. You know what i'm saying. She was really kinda holding it together and like forgave him in the hugged and they said like we literally like they hog. They're like well. It's been a long time like twenty seven years. Should have been like. Here's ten million dollars. Yes and this is why. I told everyone your difficult. No one way or another twenty years be difficult right now. Switch on instagram. Like wolves post is that janet looks at age one like at like one year at all like she looks identical. The bimbo sister original. Oh actress name. You didn't see didn't age at all. And what does she time travels to get to this reunion. Let's go crazy it will. Some will say that black don't crack. I've heard that she's i need to see what it finally to watch it. It's fucking tight. Do you watch it on hulu. Hbo only hbo. Matt's okay. i have look at. Doug watch it especially i mean also to die hard fresh prince fan. You know what i'm saying. So it's like us always favorite and i loved him because her her name's not and i know a lot of girls i started with t. and i was like oh i love it. And then her her voice. Oh beautiful carlton. he's the best. It's so funny joe. But then he did it on so many differently nine shows and he on dancing stars of course and it just became something where i started to feel bad for him. Funds sad is known for anything else at all that debt maybe arrow was yet backup. Michael jackson hewitt has on the pepsi. Commercial michael jagua his middle name is abraham lincoln. Alphonso abraham lincoln ribero. What shit. i wonder why they didn't put that in the title distracting hosted america's funniest videos. Then is it okay to see how he was great and dance and he's funny. He was the perfect merited he could tell too. Because will really couldn't show if you could tell beginning rules. Just being wilson when he had to do that uncle the data. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna ruin the moment for you. But they talk about that that specific scene and how much he wants to impress uncle phil 'cause uncle phil train shakespearean actor and shit and my favorite was when they're at the pool hall and then Ankle comes into goes. Jeffrey breakout. lucy's yes well fonda was such a good actor. Everybody on that show was a good actor and then we'll kind of grew is the show. One thing that they showed on the reunion is because will was such a like. He was so new to everything that he would memorize. Like everybody's lying because he was so nervous. And there's episodes the early ones and you never noticed until they show you because zoom up on wheels mouth and he's mouthing everyone's lines as they're doing. It's the only way you could do like bugging. He'll say his line and then it'll be talking to like say his wine. That's funny behind the scenes stuff of the stuff that you love really interesting. You've been famous since twenty. Yeah can you imagine watching independence day without wilson. It doesn't work. I don't know if anybody has kind of gravitas because he. He won a grammy even before the showroom stock a rapper. I already famous robbery. He made like nineteen eighteen. Nineteen because when they were having that conversation of him being twenty third season fresh prince teenager it started in nineteen ninety first prints it aired nineteen ninety. He was born sixty eight. Do the math to successful the last fifty years. that's crazy. And then he started a youtube channel in dallas pop. Right from the beginning. Now he's a fucking instagram started to. I remember one of my first crush on tv. Kelsey and and so dante bosco. He did a movie called fake the funk right with with touching the banks the love interest and years later after me and dante had already become cool then like number shit. I randomly text him. I was like dude. You made out with ashley banks. Because they had a kissing scene in that movie. And i just remember being like brawl. That's cool and he's like. Oh yeah you know he had talked to you. I was like wow this. Just part of acting yeah. It's still so cool. That is cool to make out. Kelly capacity on the show or dante says mary do. Moore's to make okay capacity. And then i wish i was. He was in my phone. That boris kiss lifts the kiss such when you leave me. With there's a reboot of fresh prince of bel reboot. it some. there's a new saved by the bell coming out on peacock and it looks so funny. The writers of thirty rock. And it's like mario lopez is the principal and brought it. Looks fine zach as the governor now california so good originals zach. Moore's not the governor. Busy the trailer. Though i just saw alive building. He's still alive. You should be the principle. It looks funny row. Forty eight got people being either. Make you a playwright timeout. What is up with these kids in. Attendance will be back stab. You look amazing. Hairs fire coming. I don't care about your dad's spencer. I just care about stockton tally. All these kids to feel welcome talk backwards in. It's not gonna work unless you know how bayside works for kids like you. Hot kids privileged kids privileged. We're finally long actually ordered. She's take a look in your pocket. Please ever stop being weird. A what to look good dropping were not where the base acapella group. Yeah do the news show kelly. What the fuck she may. Maybe it's a surprise peacock that new. Nbc's streaming yes kelly's in it. Kelly was busy filming delicious. I talk maybe it's a big reversal. So we're screech rehab. I think have you heard the news. The porn he stabbed a guy. I think he's yeah. I don't i think he. He wrote a tell all book about how they all are assholes and yeah. I don't think he's going to be off. Yeah dustin diamond right. Yeah he said that. All of the kids were assholes. He said. they're all assholes because he was a nerd. Yeah the clubs are going to fuck with was younger than everybody. Yeah i mean on the shoulder bully him and off the show. Their method actors. You fucking nerd. Yeah you fucking. Not such as lisa turtle dude. What happened to lisa. She isn't just nattering. She's kind of going through some like some shittu in real life. I think she kissed you know. Okay well yeah shoots her that jesse. Let's better stuff. Usually girls seen the inside of her pussy.

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The Surprising Forces Driving the Meat-Alternative Movement, with Outstanding Foods Co-Founder Bill Glaser

Brand Builder

39:18 min | 1 year ago

The Surprising Forces Driving the Meat-Alternative Movement, with Outstanding Foods Co-Founder Bill Glaser

"The reason that this movement has been happening isn't because of some of the issues that is driving awareness the reason in my opinion much to do with psychology the psychology of not having to adopt new habits, we want to be part of that revolution of providing products that people feel that they enjoy that are nutritious, but that are easy for them to bring into their life and. Welcome to brand builder, it's the show that brings you the people the stories and lessons learned for the most innovative brands. In the world we are your Coho. That's right. I'm Jordan Kellyn Jeff Murphy and the show you know folks, it's a co production between two of the nation's finest snacknation enforce brands, J. Money, who are they. snacknation enables the world's greatest brands to reach their target customers by placing the right product at the right place at the right time and force brands, they build the teams amazing brands, they offer executive. Search. Services Board of Director Assembly and Industry Specific Job Boards, and that's force food for speedy force and Air Force. Walden thank you. What's up, everybody I the elephant in the room I feel address it yes. Expo West Twenty twenty has been postponed and disappointing to so many of you out there s included I mean our last episode was completely dedicated to Expo. West. And you know I'm sure it's created hardship and challenge for. So many of you brand listening right now and it's hard of course on the emerging brands. But I do think new hope deserves some credit here they were in an impossible situation. Ultimately, they put these safety of their ten east. I and that was the right thing to do the good news. The show will go on late in the air and our coverage will pick up again then right onto the episode. This week, we have a real treat, a truly truly fascinating guests. A guy who is so many different things. We're talking a former finance executive, a serial entrepreneur of veteran Vegan and happens to be friends with Rob Dudek. I'm talking about Bill Glaser, the CEO and founder of outstanding foods. Outstanding make products that are full flavor and free of guilt bill started outstanding with co Founder Chef. Dave Anderson Chef Dave is famous for a couple of different vegetarian restaurants here in La and is one of the lead product developers at beyond me. Now, their first product together at outstanding foods is the pig out piglets, pork rinds, which of course, contains zero animal products. That's right a piglets pork rind. We talked to bill about why he loves startups. Outstanding is a judgement free brand and the deeper y behind our current meatless renaissance that's going on and food right now. Oh and don't forget. He tells us why Rob Dear Dick became a lead investor and ultimately helped him develop the outstanding brand. I'm throwing this one back to Jordan. Here's his interview with Bill Glaser the CEO and founder of outstanding foods the makers of pig out piglets, pork rinds. locum. So as a quick introduction. Your name Your Role Your company I'm Bill Glaser I'm co founder, and CEO of. Foods and outstanding foods. We make snack foods that not only taste ridiculously good, but they're nutritious. So normally get to the bottom of a bag of a Snafu and you feel guilty because he just got a bomb of fat and salt and only intended to have a few but you ate the whole thing with our products you're going to enjoy the experience you're gonNa love the taste but you're gonNA get a lot of nutrition are are pig out piglets pork rinds are packed with. Protein they've got seven grams in advance, which is same as ground beef. Don't often find that in a snack food now and I can already test. We ran them through our taste maker panel yesterday crushed with flying colors absolutely destroyed the taste maker panel. Very excited to see. You know we're the brand goes. It's very excited. Well, I just you told me before we started don't sell your product don't sell your product. So I just completely violated. I, completely ignored you I completely joe. Ride, let it ride and so I guess bill are a fascinating individual leading a very innovative brand. What is your background I know you describe yourself as a serial entrepreneur where does that come from what? Where did that start? I always had that kind of drive or at least a desire to make money when I was younger and then it started mushrooming when I was out of college I was actually in finance I got into investment banking but along the way I started different companies and had lots. Of experience you know some failures which were some of the best experiences that I've ever had, and then you know led me to doing what is really my passion, which is making it easy for anyone to eat more plant based foods as someone who is live that lifestyle for many years as that Vegan vegetarian plant based how to how do you define that for yourself? Well, you know I've eaten a plant based Diet for over thirty years over thirty years ago I didn't know what the term Vegan. Men I didn't know what plant basement it was just I stopped eating meat, and so for me I did that because I just would visualize what it was before it was on my plate and it wasn't appetizing to me I later got more in tune with my own health, the health of animals raised for Food and the environment but I've also been someone that as a kid I faced a lot of judgment was bullied and so I grew up being judged and I always felt shamed or embarrassed. Or humiliated by that. So when I brought when I started brand that is about making it easy for anyone to eat more plant based in one of attendance of our brand is not to judge people none to make people wrong for their choices but give them options that taste grape that are packed with nutrition and they wanNA eat more plant based foods for whatever the reason or even if they just love great tasting snacks, we have products for you yes and fully invites people to pick out that. Yeah shame right off the we want we want people to pig out but without feeling guilty. Yes. So what sounds like a lifelong journey for you you've been involved in many different industries, many different companies, nutraceutical software multimedia, cross the board why food and wine now? Yes. Oh I. Thought About doing a business that had the ethos that I'm talking about making it easy for people eat more plant based food into to pull that off I couldn't do it on my own. You wouldn't want to eat anything I prepare and. you know I'm not I'm not a chef I'm not I barely ever I don't even my way to my own kitchen, and so you know the be able to do that I needed to partner with someone who had that not only experience. But really that ability because you know is really only in recent years where the plant based alternatives to what they're replacing whether they're burgers and cheese. Or other products, pork rinds that in the past, the plant based version was always inferior in taste and texture wasn't even close. So if you were Vegan or vegetarian or for other dietary reasons, you didn't eat meat or certain meats. Then you you had to make a sacrifice you had to make a sacrifice in taste and texture, and now there are products beyond burger impossible some really great plant based cheese. Now, there are really incredible meat replacement snacks on there are pig out brand, but there are there are products now where you don't have to make a sacrifice, you don't even have to change your habit. You just replace one with the other because they taste similar. They have a similar texture there even similar price and sold where you shop, and so all those things together mean that you don't have to. Change a habit you don't have to make sacrifice and you could just replace one thing for the other and so I when I had the opportunity to partner with my co-founder chef Dave Anderson who led product development at beyond me for over four years helped create the bamberger. My answer was a hell yes. Yes. And how did you all meet I mean that is There are few people that can. Really be that groundbreaking in the plant based space in this point in time chef, Dave Anderson is certainly one of them. How did you all cross paths and seems like this perfect match made in heaven with with Your Business Background and in his of course, culinary expertise how did that? How did that partnership kickoff? Yes. So I moved to Los Angeles from New York about twelve thirteen years ago, and in New York I lived in one of the busiest series of new. York went out to eat two three times a day, and so when I came to La, I did the same thing but in L. A. had to get in your car and drive. So I found his restaurant which was in the valley part of Los Angeles, which from where I lived wasn't close. It was forty five minutes to an hour drive, and as a New Yorker you know you try to maximize your time and that was too far away but his food was so ridiculous it was nothing like editor ever tried. He really shifted the paradigm they're he didn't even use the word Vegan on his menu on his restaurant. It was just alternatives to the things that I used to eat as a kid that tasted virtually the same and so I use to make that drive not only once a week but four, five, six times a week sometimes on weekends I. Would literally go to his restaurant, go back home and then go back for for dinner and so we became friends as a result of me going through his restaurant all the time you probably couldn't get rid of me and then when he was recruited to First Start Hampton Creek which later became just and then led product development at beyond meat and when he was thinking about leaving, I, was lucky to get the call and that's how we started outstanding foods in those initial conversations whether you're founder or you know CMO or a CTO CFO listening to this podcast right? A lot of people say well, you know you get in the room or your pain to be in his room. At his restaurant. What was excited about this opportunity for Dave Anderson where he said Okay I wanna I wanna be intervening again in this in this time of the CPG's well I think for him he wanted to get back to chef crafted routes and he wanted to use ingredients that were minimally processed more wholefood and so you know there were some perspectives right now that are more science oriented and you know there's a place for those and and there are some Products that have been doing incredibly well but for him, he wanted to be more back to his chef crafted roots back to using certain ingredients that were more wholesome and so that was the impetus for him to make the change, and then of course me partnering with him in Him Partnering with me we felt we were perfect team and destined to do it together and I. You know I'm very much about intention and so I mentioned having the desire to. Do a business like that but needing someone like him. So you know in some ways you know having the intention and then you know moving forward and and your your path, you're gonNA find not only different people but different opportunities that will help manifest that intention and so I had that intention and then you know took six days a week of eating his food at the restaurant to then manifested th- outstanding was one of the values of the brand which is. Again refreshing to see is no judgment as a plant based brand. I can see why that is so important to have this no judgment component of of your your brand ethos. What where was that really start? Was it a you already mentioned you know early on, you know kind of Boyd Hey, judgment on that is that the modern day of people really picking apart are Kito Ari Paleo are you Vegan or does that really come from and why was that built and? You know my experience was a big part of it. You know feel being bullied and being made wrong constantly when I was a kid that I know how I know how I felt I felt embarrassed they felt shamed I felt singled out I felt made wrong and none of those were good experiences. So that's part of it. The other part is that you don't Invite someone into a dialogue if the first thing you do is make them wrong for their choice. so as someone who's been Vegan for thirty years, I've supported a lot of animal welfare organizations I used to support pita but I didn't like Peter's approach and I didn't like the approach that if you're wearing a mink coat, we're going to spray red paint on it. It certainly got them pressing awareness but the person who's mink coat is spray painted with red paint doesn't turn around and say, Oh thank you for doing that. Tell me why you did that. So I can learn more about why I shouldn't have bought this mink coat never works that. Let me change my mind now. You're right. Exactly. You're not. You're you might be causing. A ruckus or causing you know something that you can generate press or something like that. But you're not you're not going to invite anyone into you're gonNA you're gonNA piss people off you're gonNA drive people away and the people that are going to appreciate that kind of message of the people that already subscribe to what you might be doing whatever your philosophy is. So I never believed that I never watched any of these new where people are just arguing with each other and and they have different opinions Ational Ism Yeah because you know it's very hard to. Change People's opinions, and so we we take the approach that that's not what we're doing and we don't want to argue with people. We don't want to you know judge people for their choices. You know there are people that have have adopted Kito diets or that, or even adopting carnivore diets, and you know if that's their choice that's their choice. But for us, we're providing products that if someone wants to eat more plant based or if they just look for something that tastes great that happens to be plant-based were providing a solution for that. Yeah, and in. Now as you look at so this is the first product, right? The piglets pork rind. We had another product on the market that was also under our pig out brand. It was a a piglets bacon ship, and that product actually got a lot of attention people. Loved it it. It got national distribution, but we're working on a version two point. Oh of that. So we could scale that one up and be able to meet the demand that that we received in that product this product, the pig pig pork rinds we have manufacturing. Capabilities that the innovation on this product is is the taste and the nutrition. The innovation on the first product had to do more with the manufacturing process because we were using mushrooms as the source of the ingredients and that wasn't that had never been done before. So that product is GonNa. Come out later this year it is version two point Oh we expect but the pig out pig was pork rinds are hitting stores. Now they're hitting offices and. SNACKNATION and they're they're available online and soon, they're going to be just about everywhere and so the decision to go with piglets. Bacon and then the piglets pork rind as a plant based snack. Why was the decision to attack maybe too strong of a word but to to go after the the form factor of meat as an alternative yeah. Well, part of our ethos was we wanted to go where people were shopping. We win. We didn't WANNA have to come out with a plan Bacon Strip and reeducate people or like I said Change People's habits go find it in the plant based meat. I'll. So we wanted to go where people were already shopping and everyone eats snacks right and initially we had the named pig out. We didn't have outstanding foods and so pig out is all encompassing anything that's Bacon or pork related. So for snack foods though these are the natural products of plant-based Pork Ryan, a plant-based Bacon chip there some other products we're working on under that brand. But when I had met one or lead investors, rob deer deck, who is the allied goodness yeah. Yeah. He's the host and of ridiculousness which he's owned the production on he's had that show for many seasons he was. Pro skateboarder. But what a lot of people don't know about Robin, he's a wildly successful annual or even as a young professional skateboarder he had the the wisdom in the sense to own his brand and not just be a talent for higher and and rob has been very successful in rob invested. But Rob is really got a really strong passion and talent for branding and so when he and I, first met, we had a different name of the company and pig out didn't connect to that other name I was either looking for parent name of our company that connected to pig out where I. was looking for a different name entirely that would allow us to have the products that we have under our label and other products we have planned and it was through the the riffing creative exchange with rob that I came up with outstanding foods, and it's challenging as an entrepreneur as a company to find not only the the right name but then find a name that you can get the trademark and the domain names. Yes. So the U. R. L. The the the the Hashtag, the trademark, the new name it yes. Trying to find a name now particularly in see G, it's really tough very tough. Words left and right just to make it happen. So. Talking about intention and manifestation. So along the way, there were so many names that were considered that they were either trademarked or the the mains were being used and and so you know we kept going at it and then I had pig out then through this dialogue with rob back and forth back and forth. Hey what do you think about this? What do you think about that and then we can outstanding foods and I, just had the sense I went on go daddy ninety, nine there it was waiting for us. and. So it was like snap that up. Yeah. Had An inactive instagram account at outstanding foods that someone had we were able to acquire that. The brand was born bill like in not only for our listeners but even selfishly. I'm here being like man bill has this remarkable ability to surround himself with the right people you also mentioned before we started recording, you know an amazing impressive list of investors have they been your main source of insight to the development of the brand product? Did you also ask your customers? How are you informing these decisions are really based upon the experience of you in a close group of people? So not all of our investors are active in the strategy but many of them are active in helping promote our products in which is why as an early stage company it was part of our strategy to attract celebrity and influence for investors because we're in the era of. Influence or marketing, and and when you pay for influence or marketing, you never know what you're. R. A., Y. is going to be and and you know a lot of it's crap shoot, and so we were fortunate to be able to leverage relationships network and and you know find people that you know not only believed in our brand but love their products and went as investors there more than willing to help promote because they have a vested interest and so we have many of them but rob rob in particular had a particular talent for branding. But when we got into product development, you know like any any product you have to test so you know we we did. Extensive testing in Oran. D. On on the first two products that we have in other products that we're going to release with people that we know and going outside of that people that were completely unbiased getting people's perspective and anytime as an entrepreneur you're getting feedback it's important not to listen to everything it's important to hear everything but not listen to everything because if you listened to everything, you're GonNa blow with the wind. So you have to be able to process that information process. The opinions that you're taking know who your target customer is, and if you're getting feedback from people that aren't necessarily your target customer to hear it but process the feedback from from your your. Actual targeted customers and get a consensus, and sometimes even if you don't have a consensus sometimes, you know do things that you think are bold but you know it's important to get that feedback. It's important to test currently were selling online, but we're testing a lot of different elements to our marketing into our messaging, and so you know we wanna we wanNA resonate with people. We feel we have a product that can really benefit consumers from their enjoyment of the taste and the nutrition benefits that they're going to get, but you have to be able to connect with people and not talk at people but connect with them, and so that's what we are constantly striving to learn. Process feedback, and then adjust and adapt any. You talk about you know what are your core values is transparency and I think that typically manifest itself in a variety of ways in a company I think. One of the interesting ways I seen senior for pig out is supply chain. When you guys think about transparency, how you source ingredients, how you constructing craft the snacks, and the brands that you guys are going to be developing outstanding foods. What does that mean to you all and why was that important to have the value? Well, I we we want to just create tasty products that are nutritious. That's that's of course, the end goal. But to get there, we don't want to cut corners and do. Things that would sacrifice our own values and the valleys of our customers, and so you know it's important for us whether it's sourcing ingredients or having relationships whether it's manufacturer or suppliers or other vendors war our team or anyone associated with our company is is to work with integrity and be honest and live up to our part of whatever we're dealing with and making sure that you know we're food company. So with a food company, you know the the ingredients are the sole of the product and so. Dave is the the alchemist that takes those ingredients and converts them into these delicious tasting products but the ingredients are the sole of the product. So it's very important for us to source ingredients that are grown without any labor practices that wouldn't Jive with us for our consumers that are sourced locally as possible. When possible, we have a manufacturer that is part of a company that also does the milling and in some cases, the growing of the ingredients that we use. So you know we we are using. Ingredients that don't have many middle hands touching them where sometimes you don't know what happened along the way or where they got those. But we we know from the soil to the bag where our ingredients come from and how they're grown and what type of labor they employ and what type of relationships and people were dealing with, and so you know it's important for us to you know always have the highest integrity of the people we deal with and the ingredients that go into our products. That's an amazing. Amazing product and amazing impact that you get to have in the process but I think also for for the new generations. It's it's baseline, right? It's of course we should know where this food comes from and we should know the ingredients we should know that this is done in an ethical and transparent way. Bill. When you look back at your experience, you know whether it's comparing standing foods and you can tell me Jordan shut up. This is too personal or we can you know but when you look at This new. Venture for you right in the in this brand compared to your previous experiences, how have you changed as a leader and as a as an entrepreneur for the venture compared to others? Yeah. My early years were all about making money. They were about you know the money that I can make the things that I could buy with those that money might. Twenties let's say I lived you know what some people would consider very superficial life not where I was driven by impact but I was driven by the things that I can collect, and so I had you know the Nice car and the Nice Watch and the nice clothes and all those things and to me at that time I thought those were important. Until I realized they weren't an until I. realized that those weren't the things that brought me happiness and fulfillment I like nice things. But those aren't the things that are gonNA fill me up and so you know I went through my own personal journey to fill myself up and and really shed the walls that I built when I was a kid. Through certain experiences that I had, you know somebody described being bullied and being made fun of, and so you had to get in touch with my own experiences how I built up those walls and then go through a conscious journey to bring down those walls and become really the true essence of who I was and who I wanted it become and so. Through that journey as an entrepreneur I decided that. Once you once I became good at making money I can make money. In anything I wanted to use my business to help make an impact. So you mentioned some of the companies I was involved with previously I had a neutral nutraceutical company. The multimedia company was about fitness DVD's help people get accessible fitness and yoga, and now what I'm doing with outstanding foods is all about making plant based foods accessible to the masses, and so you know, I have an impact with what I'm doing, and so I approach it from that I want to impact a lot of people and a lot of people through a business the business has to be financially. Successful so money is a byproduct but to me money's not driving those decisions, money is the afterthought. It's how we can make an impact create products, get the message out for these products that people can really enjoy and benefit from a lot of our listeners, our founders of of their own brands you mentioned some of the lessons that you learned along the way. Are there any that stick out? That were very important I. You highlighted some of the most important and insightful personal experiences. was there anything on the unbuilding a brand that you learn from your experience that you think hey, that that could have been avoided and if so and if the Benefit couldn't what were those lessons and what those I think as an entrepreneur, you have to be open not only to learning the big lessons, but the lessons that you get exposed to every single day and every single interaction. So you could sit back and reflect which is a practice that I mentioned I do and you'll be able to see the big things. But if you're not reflecting regularly, you won't see the small things and the small things will add up to the big things. So for me, it's not just what are the major fuck ups I've had in my experience because I've had many and those those have been the greatest teachers so. I think as an entrepreneur you the thing is not to try to be perfect because if you're trying to be perfect, then you're probably holding yourself back from doing certain things. If you're holding yourself back, you're not living up to your full potential Your Business as an entrepreneur is not living up to its full potential. So don't be afraid to take risks. Don't be afraid to make mistakes but be open to learning from those whether they're small course corrections of Oh, I shouldn't have said that and I'm GonNa make a good by owning the responsibility of what you said or the big things of you know if you're selling a product before you have. The product in the package. And you're you're going to be months or maybe longer a lot of these. We hear a lot of these things on you know some of the crowdfunding platforms where they sell the product I and try to figure out how to make it later, and you know most of them don't fulfill their promise and so you know always. Have not only one part of your business ready to go but have all of them ready to go. But be for me. It's all about paying attention to everything and sometimes it doesn't happen in the moment it happens upon reflection but then looking at all the possible things, you can course correct all the possible things you can learn from but you know diving in and not being afraid to take risk I love that an end, the the pursuit of perfection. The pursuit is noble. If if you find yourself living in a perfect world, odds are either kidding yourself or you're not challenged enough it's quite similar to you. Know we talk. Quite often even a relationship to the word no or relationship to obstacles, and you know if you're talking to someone just yes. Yes. You have no idea what the extent of that partnership that relationship could be I have no idea what what each of your limits are right to then understand. Okay. This is the world that we can operate within. Yes. I think so many people. Are Afraid of conflict, and so what do they do if they're afraid of conflict and they try to avoid conflict and if you try to avoid conflict, then you hold yourself back from having relationship from having experiences from moving forward, and you know often that leads to stagnation. So conflict is inevitable. We're going to have conflict conflict to me is when you are able to resolve conflict in interpersonal relationships. Those are the relationships usually that get deeper that get more intimate that have more meaning that have more fulfillment that you build more trust because you know that. These these aren't just these superficial relationships that are just you know, hey, how you doing I'm doing well good. But they're the. That you know you could count on someone because you know that either you or they in the relationship are owning your responsibilities and being able to resolve conflict in a non judgmental way not that you fucked up or I fucked up. But Hey, I noticed that when I spoke this way to you that I probably made you feel bad and I shouldn't have expressed it that way this is the way I should have expressed or if. You're not hearing it from someone else to say when you spoke to me this way it made me feel this way next time I would appreciate if you spoke that way, otherwise there's going to be a consequence and this is what's going to happen and often it's the conflicts are needed to develop the relationship that conflicts are needed. The friction is needed in a business to figure out the better way to do things because you know if. Instagram just had tunnel vision of becoming a location based APP where you could find your friends where you were. They would have never paid attention to the fact that. People were gravitating towards their their photo filters and when they saw that people are gravitating toward, there's photo filters they adapted their business to go with what the the core of what the experience that people were were enjoying liking. So you have to be able to adapt. You have to be able to course correct. You have to be able to see not just in the moment, but upon reflection, how you could be better and what you could do differently to develop better relationships and develop a better business. Philosophy of life through entrepreneur. And it is. It is a wonderful gift when you're able to find to be able to practice these things in business that that set you up for life right? I mean there's no surprise that when people talk about work or they talk about sports and competition, whatever it may be that you're able to find these unbelievably transferable lessons you know there's A A lot of buzz. Around plant based foods, there's a lot of excitement around the meat alternative industry and end that trend as it. Pertains to retailers but also, I mean just across the board when you look at how it's subsidies are you both excited? Are you also intimidated How do you view your strategy with that and you pay attention to those types of things or is it? Hey, let's just make great snacks. Well, you know we are fortunate to find ourselves in this heightened awareness of people seeking out plant based foods, but to me the reason that. This movement has been happening isn't because of some of the issues that is driving awareness the health of ourselves. The health of the animals raised for food, the environmental impacts those issues have been around for many many years. There's certainly some more urgency with the environment but if you if you have a reason to do something but then the options like for me if I was eating that energy bar, I had a reason to. Look for that energy bar that that was made with Greens and was healthy. But if it didn't taste good I'm not going to stick with it and so if if the product choices that are replacing meat or dairy aren't as good as what people are used to then they're not going to stick with it. So that's the reason in my opinion why this boom has been happening much to do with psychology the psychology of not having to adopt new habits which are very hard for most of us to to employees in our lives as and so we find ourselves at this in this boom and. I'm certainly happy about it. Yes. But we we to be part of that revolution of providing products that people feel that they enjoy that are nutritious but that are easy for them to bring into their life. Yeah. We've had a few other guests on the show that have talked about if you're listening to the trends in the for for lack of a better phrase are bullshit right meaning that they're important. But there's they signal a deeper and deeper y for the consumer. If you continue to create you know to your to your point eight were at the. Benefit of it, but there's a deeper y for our customer and our consumer and so even as it pertains to hey, we're gonNA make a product that just tastes great and our consumers want an happens to also be fantastic for for the earth and plant based. Wonderful. But if again if your product doesn't taste great that trend will fizzle out, he'll brands do you still see on the market that have come and gone right within the past three years? Yeah and that's that's really the fundamental with food. The most important thing if it doesn't taste good. Stick. No matter what the rationale no matter what the reasons no matter what the the causes it won't stick because you have to enjoy it. But enjoying something alone is is also won't stick and in my opinion is this wave of plant based seekers and products is just the first wave I think the second wave, we're going to be a products that have cleaner ingredients. There's more awareness of what's in the food and the food supply these days, and so you know the people are drawn to the initial reaction of diet or a new. Product but when they get deeper into it than they peel off the layers, what's in this thing or why am I actually doing this and so you know, I, think that there is a growing awareness of ingredients and we want to be part of that next wave of providing not only great tasting products that have the texture and nutrition people are seeking but that are using clean ingredients that are using ingredients that are sourced ethically and and with integrity and in my opinion that's going to be the next big wave. Yes I actually the. The the one diet will say the one trend that that stuck out to me recently I think you'll start to see impact based diets right and I think plant based comes close to it but I think I think you'll start to see I saw the phrase the other day climate -Tarian Diet but people aren't going to settle for a great tasting product that comes At a huge cost to to the world or to farmers that will will continue to see impact based consumption rise, and that's what when when I look at your values when you talk about transparency and also the lack of judgement even bringing in mental health around food is really ahead of its time. I think it's a really cool thing to say, yeah, and I think. A. Lot of. Foods in particular snack foods. Are Emotionally driven. Yes, and so you know a lot of people you know and and some of the some of these bigger companies use ingredients that create addiction in food products, and so you you're not feeling good about yourself. You're gonNA eat something that just tastes really really good but salty, but it doesn't it. It's not good for you in any way, and then some of the big companies of been known to use ingredients that actually even cause you to be addicted to those foods and so I think you know. Where a company that has a social responsibility, you not only want to provide consumers with products that are healthy to them, but that not only feed an addiction but but do the opposite help people reduce the the reason why they're there craving those bad foods give them an alternative that will satiate their taste but not give them all the crap. Yeah. Taking a little bit more of tactical shift You've had amazing experience, and in fundraising for emerging brands I have here data you've raised more than two hundred, million dollars for emerging growth companies. Fundraising is something that comes up time and time again with emerging. Brands what are the tips and tricks that you see for emerging brands to be able to effectively fundraise? Not just you know sky's the limit but the right amount for what they need well, what I've experienced over and over and over again in dealing with Moore founders when they recognize the need for raising capital is that many of them think it's so foreign they've never done it before and that it they need someone else to do it for them and so what I've often told founders that have that issue is don't hold back your as an entrepreneur. You're gonNA figure out everything in your business you you. Might not have hired people before or manage people. You might not have created a brand before or figured out how to put a product into a bag or into a box but you do figure those things out. That's part of the entrepreneurial journey when it comes to financing most people think well, that's for someone that has a rich body network or a wealthy father or parents, or they went to an Ivy League school and they create these false and often bullshit excuses that prevent them from fulfilling the need that they've recognized that their company needs capital for growth to hire to market to buy inventory to. Do Rnd all those things that that companies do most of the time it's the founders themselves that just hold themselves back and so if you if you recognize that you you as a founder are the reason you haven't raised money not because you haven't figured out how to value not because you haven't figured out what documents us not because you don't know investors all those who are excuses because you could figure those things out. So you know the most important thing is I to recognize that you've probably held yourself back if you've had any issues raising money and then to dive in like you dive into. Your Business and then the rest you'll figure out and I be happy to if anyone wants to reach out to me directly to give any specific tips and tactics, there's many that I've used over the years careful. You're gonNA, your inbox is full. Not Happy to help how can you help? Someone you know as a result of being bullied and made fun of a lot as a kid that I was very, very shy at your when I was in my early twenties I didn't even WanNa meet some of my clients that I had in the investment banking world and I avoided those kind of interactions and so if if someone like me can overcome that where I was afraid literally afraid to sit across the table from someone who who's money I managed then and then went on to raise hundreds of. Millions of dollars than anyone could do it as a founder. You just have to get out of your own way and not create false conditions, and then the other things you can figure out unbelievable will thank you so much bill such a pleasure to have you on the podcast. I have you heard snack nation and to be able to to work with union brand shameless plug time whereas everyone gets it to find your see by by pig out in other outstanding food were we we started with shameless plug right from. Having to end the same way. But yeah, we're we progressively, we're going to be just about everywhere in stores, but you can go to outstanding foods, dot com and shop now, and you'll see our our suite of our pig out piglets, pork rinds. You'll start seeing some content from some of our investors that would love to hear your feedback. So you know either contact me or send messages through our Instagram at outstanding foods I'm at Bill Glaser la seer on instagram and anyone that's got any questions of fundraising or anything else. Please feel free to give me a shout. Thank you bill. Unbelievable. Amazing stuff from Bill. Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with Jordan and I. That's it. If you like what you hear. Please tell a friend helped us grow the show and build this amazing community. And of course, you can join our facebook group. Just. GO TO FACEBOOK DOT COM says the brand pod that link is always in her show notes. Until next time. Oh.

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Don't Flush Paper Towels Down the Toilet, and Other Things I Can't Believe I Have to Say Out Loud

Two Moms Day Drinking

11:13 min | 2 months ago

Don't Flush Paper Towels Down the Toilet, and Other Things I Can't Believe I Have to Say Out Loud

"Don't slash caper towels down the toilet and other things. I can't believe. I had to say well just spent the last few hours working this whole braided essay into a column like a divinely inspired basket. We were over here. it was called. I promised to smoke crack this year. Right hand to god you guys. I found a way to give a column that title and then turned into nineteen hundred publishable words a legitimate news outfit like this one here would have run and then my kid came to shake me down to her bodyguard. While she went downstairs teased the bathroom. We have two bathrooms at our house. One upstairs and one downstairs should be the perfect setup right. While last week. I ran out of toilet paper in the upstairs bathroom but there was a roll of paper towels that have been left beside the vanity after cleaning session so i ripped off a little chunk of one sheet and used it as sort of field alternative. I was raised in the woods. I've macgyver far. Were solutions at a far less my friends. But i knew as i did it that this was not a long-term solution like all adults. I made a mental note to retrieve a roll of toilet paper from downstairs linen closet on my next trip below and bring it with me upon my glorious return then like most adults crumpled the mental note up and threw it in my mental trash can or may as well have for all the good. It did me. I did not retrieve a roll of toilet paper. And i forgot to bring it upstairs with me. And my return wasn't even mildly exciting let alone glories so the whole stupid ideas sputtered and died on impact. Basically anyhow that was like a week ago my kids have been using the upstairs bathroom. I only use the upstairs bathroom. So occasionally that i did not become aware that i had forgotten the toilet paper recon mission entirely until about twenty minutes ago when my kid came in about halfway through the recording. My aforementioned column about how i promised to smoke crack religiously every single day in twenty twenty one. That would have left. You cheering me on instead of clucking like a bunch of hens in my general direction. I need to go to the bathroom. She said even as i held my finger up in the universal clandestine recording studio sign. Language gesture known globally as sh i straight faced. Her straight faced are hard because my kid is eight. She's been toilet trained for six years. She is aware of the location of all toilets and house and yet inexplicably here were. There are a lot of moments like this as a mother in my experience or something comes out of your kid's mouth and you just gaze at them. Genuine awe of the facts that they have lived this long apparently abjectly aware of the fact that they have thumbs and feet and more than enough self determination to handle these minor. Crises of life entirely on assisted. Then go to the bathroom. I replied after our silence. I stretched out three seconds longer than necessary to punctuate the point. My face strained against the laws of physics themselves to convey and the switch washed over her so swiftly that i could only anticipated on an utter utter avalanche of previous personal experience along. I can't she will that me. This frightful creature half woman half banshee one hundred percent shrill and histrionic. I i started. I had a bad dream. She screeched on over me adrift now in the emotional undertow of it. All and lost to me as i gently held my breath and shuttered. My eardrums by forcing bob marley. Three little birds directly in from whichever cortex of my brain is responsible for musical encoding. I had a bad dream. That a killer bunny was below the stairs not blow the stairs. But they're at the bottom at the bottom of the stairs and killed all our pets in. It's spelt cheetos and it was awful. I'm telling you it was most awful awful bunny in app and this how the rest of her run on defense just dribbled and trickled from her. Swollen lips contorted in grief and all the abject terror of traumatized veteran confronted with the backfiring of an ill maintained pickup truck. I just learned this cool new breathing. Technique i'm a huge fan of meditation. But i'm really bad at the kind of meditation. You have to pay money to do with a group of other people in yoga pants above a whole foods co op in the hip part of town. I can't count my breasts durations or get sidetracked wondering how. We came to tell time by pronouncing the word mississippi silently to ourselves between beats. I can't attain let alone maintain the posture of a self actualized vegan. Buddhist monk for thirty minutes at a stretch without serious musculoskeletal consequences. I deem comically prohibitive and better at this kind of meditation. The kind i'm doing right now. The kind that shoves a phillips head right in between the grinding cogs of my thoughts and stops them straightens their callers brushes the dust off their lapels and arranges them into orderly lines so that i can sign them spaces on this page right here. I started doing it right then. And there as my child looked on in horror probably thinking she was witnessing the fatal aneurysm. That would be the pivotal point of her childhood narrative and render her the word of my best friend. Her aunt chanel who had domesticate her unflinchingly because she's just generally better at adulting and therefore a parenting that i could ever dream of being probably beat the crap out of whatever nightmare had her in my room while i was recording the most sacred time of all the times at my house asking me to accompany her downstairs. So frank from donnie. Darko didn't eat her soul because she's a mere mortal child with an extra tori system and the meanest maternal figure in the whole wide stupid world. I know you're working. She said to me having been jilted out of her own emotional meltdown. Long enough to arrest. The autonomic hijacking and regained control of her brain in her mouth and her muscle spasms. But i need to go downstairs and use the bathroom because this one is clogged. And i'm afraid of a killer rabbit from my dreams. It must be one of the blessings of youth to be capable of swinging from white-hot emotional rage to razor sharp logical problem solving and communication. Like a speed freak after a fresh bump. I don't miss many things about childhood. But i would love a shot of whatever neuro plasticity. She's wearing because she calmed down. But i was still sniff sniff sighing in clinging to the fuzzy vindicated edges of my happy place like the terrified child. She just been before me. How is the toilet claude. I breathed deep and willed the cortisol to flush for my system. As i realized what the situation was. The toilet was clogged. Because i hadn't brought toilet paper and my kids had done exactly what i done. But in their childlike way. I used a corner of bounty once and moved on. With my life they had been shoving clods of things down that little escape patch at the bottom of the bowl by the fistful for a week. Because clearly if there's no toilet paper immediately after a half focused glance around a few spots in the room there is no toilet paper anywhere on this planet and we must be supposed to use whatever as lying around hinder. God you guys. If i had copies of the new york times stocked beside the vanity. Flush january twenty eighteen to april twenty twenty down there over the course of four or five days a couple of weeks ago. My mother handed me an industrial size case of toilet paper as i attempted to walk out her front door when i asked politely. What the actual heck. She said that the girls had told her. We didn't have any toilet paper and hadn't had any toilet paper for weeks. She looked at me reproached fully as if she wanted to ask was drinking again. Even though i've never even bene- drinker surprisingly enough we have toilet paper. I told her dumbfounded. There's like sixteen rolls of toilet paper in the downstairs linen closet. All they would have to do is stand up walk seven paces his closet pick up a roll of toilet paper and take it back to the toilet with them. We stared at each other for a moment as the chilling realization. That my kids could tell my mother. The sky is neon beige with fuchsia clouds. And she would call the associated press immediately with the information as she. Despite one of america's most wanted in. Tim hortons drive thru line. Settled like a fresh layer of snow upon us. Both i knew watching my child weep openly at the reminder of the killer bunny and monty python how funny he was what was happening. I knew what had happened already in what was about to happen next and none of you is none of it was any good at all defeated. I stopped my recording highlighted the entire track and blew it into the either with a terse slap of the delete button he had taken too long would require too much polishing to get me successfully from a title of promise to crack this year to publishable and insightful final period and implied the end it was over it was brilliant and cerebral thoughtful and gently humorous. It was stick to your ribs style. Good stuff and i just deleted it. Because i knew that there was no version of this evening that ended with my child seeing herself to the downstairs toilet or mean not smearing. Vaseline intensive care eucalyptus sav under my nose holes like the coroner in silence of the lambs and marching ri- resolved keister into the upstairs bathroom with a roll of toilet paper. And the only plunger i've ever owned with a track record of not letting me down. I swear to the almighty you guys. I've never in my life smelled anything. So atrociously viscerally disturbing and now it's associated in my head with vaseline intensive care so every single time. My kids have a chest cold from now to eternity. I'm going to re-experience this nightmare. But perhaps the most egregious of all dear friends is that you will now never know how my promising to smoke crack for the entire year. Twenty twenty one was actually the poignant and masterfully rented crisanto to perhaps my greatest piece of written work today and. I know that. I won't talk to you before then so as i let you go. Allow me to give you my new year's resolution ahead of time. I just came with this year. I solemnly swear to teach kids how to use a pleasure replacing them to toilet so help me god.

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SerifaCast #60 - Menos mi-mi-mi, mais Cariri, com o jornalista e cronista Xico S

Serifacast

47:09 min | 8 months ago

SerifaCast #60 - Menos mi-mi-mi, mais Cariri, com o jornalista e cronista Xico S

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Investing in the Future of Food with 2 Working Moms

Yahoo Finance Presents

15:54 min | 2 years ago

Investing in the Future of Food with 2 Working Moms

"Welcome to the finance presents podcast. I'm Alexis Christopher as a New York-based venture capital fund is investing in the future of food. Excel foods was founded five years ago by two working moms. They specialize in early stage food and beverage companies, and I'm joined on this podcast now by excel foods, co founder, Jordan Gaspar. It's so great to have you here. Jordan. Thank you so much for having me. So you have ninety million dollars under assets about thirty six companies, you're dealing with names like roar bear skinny dipped. These are interesting names. I like these names, what are you look for what's the criteria? When you're looking to invest in a company. So we always say that we're looking to invest in the people. I excel foods has been founded on the principle of really choosing great partners. And so at our stage of investing. It's all about the jockey. We're investing early in into companies that are sort of in the beginning of their cycle. And we have to really believe in the founders. Story there conviction. We always liked to say, it's resourceless resilience and relentlessness the three RS. Okay. So, but when it comes to their brands and their products, and what it is they're selling. What do you look for market opportunities? You know, we want obviously be investing into the market. So we say they need to have the capability to become one hundred million dollar brand fairly quickly. We do want to you know, sort of prioritize our model challenger brands on. So we we used to say disruptive brands, but I think that we've sort of morph that a little bit into new brands that are really challenging traditional norms. Whether be unique go to market strategies, they're challenging the incumbent on shelf with unique ingredient form of news formations. I think from our perspective it has to be a new innovation. That's coming on shelf. So talk to me about some of the companies you have found that fit that criteria. And and what does the future look like for them? So, you know, a lot of people like to focus right now enforcing Matic, which is certainly become a high profile company are. Portfolio. We invested in two thousand fourteen into the mushroom mission fight, it is a mushroom based platform that really has become a leader in functional beverage. It's, you know, the preeminent products are functional coffee, and so each varietal mushroom has different health benefit court is for performance and Chagas for immunity, but it really has become an extendable platform. We're now in macho we're in charcoal lemonade and all of them are powder based beverages though, we did recently introduce a shot. Wow. Cool. So I mean, it's tough to find the shelf space. Right. I mean, there's so much competition out there, you're going up against the more traditional names. How are you helping these brands find their way find their footprint in this crowded place? So I think that it used to be harder to find shelf space that has changed recently. The retailers have really developed a strong conviction around working with earlier stage companies there has been a reproduction reprioritisation. On shelf of bringing in innovation bringing in a new young offensive brands. I'm so I do think shelf shelf space more broadly has shifted and has opened up, but beyond that, you know, we are specialists in were specialist fund. So we only invest in package food and beverage brands, which gives us a unique perch where we do business with most of the major retailers where we'll actually bring the brands in for many site visits sort of leadership based events that allow the brand introduce themselves, and it's a great opportunity for them to set best practices and building their partnerships with great organizations like wagmans, and you know, other Kroger are you in Kroger ole foods, we have great relationships with all the retailers. I think it just depends on in each case by case the way that we work with them with some we'll go in and we'll do site visits where we actually bring brands on site to sit down with the buyers others, you know, it'll be more on an educational based relationship. So I think. That, you know, Kroger's clearly made great strides, particularly in taking over for sort of some of the place that whole foods has left and some of the openings that's been left in the market. But we actually spent a fair amount of time with wagmans. Okay. Yeah. I mean that is a huge superstore if there if there ever was one in terms of grocery do you find that stores, the names that we're all familiar with are giving more shelf space to dare I say, healthier food. I mean, healthier foods is a very large umbrella. But do you feel that that's what's happening is at the trend? You know, I don't think that we see healthy foods is a trend anymore. We see it as the next lifestyle that everybody will have. And so, you know, whereas it used to be, you know, we were investing in niche products at this point, you know, this is the future. We don't even see companies coming into the market that aren't healthy living directed at this point. So meaning that they are really taking care of their ingredients the ingredient label they understand that people are really looking at that. Now. Right. So clean ingredients. Now. Products better for you premium products. This is the next generation, you know, I do feel really strongly that five years from now the products on shelf will be completely different than what we grew up with, you know, so, you know, whereas it used to be this was a unique product that come to market whether it be these authentic brands gaining scale pretty quickly or the incumbent's innovating and launching their own organic versions. We will not see the same the same products on shelf in a couple years. But you're you're talking about Kraft Foods PepsiCo Coca Cola, which have huge food components to their to their conglomerates as well. Do you think that some of those brands will go away or they will just be they'll be there? But they're going to have more competition. I think that they they won't go away. But they're going to have to innovate. And so they will either be buying younger brands they'll be investing in younger brands, they're using their resources to build new brands. They are reinventing their existing formulas. They're changing their holdings overnight the beverage players that were in soda are all going. Into water you thinking about how can we prioritize low sugar alternatives? So I don't think anybody's going anywhere. I think we do see a lot of consolidation going on. And that is something that's gonna probably continue, particularly as you know, parties are trying to figure out how to share resources and how to prioritize distribution more. Generally, he talked about beverage companies looking for new growth opportunities what about cannabis and the CBD market. Are you guys looking at like everybody else is a huge focus right now. For excel foods in every other organization in our industry down to the manufacturers to the retailers. This is the topic of the day is who's getting into CBD who's going into cannabis? And when are they going to do it? The entire system is set up and ready to go waiting for regulation. I guess. Yeah. No. And it's it's an under you know, sort of ground part of what's happening is that the co Packers are ready to go. The lines are set. You know, the retailers are all exploring the regulatory climate. Everybody's trying to figure out. Out and you'll get their ducks in a row, make sure that Nobis across any lines. But I'd say some of the larger organizations have regulatory teams are evaluating it. And so it's a really quiet part of the industry right now that we could see huge law firms that are behind the scenes figuring out how to make sure to protect their clients. Yeah. You bet they're they're going to be making some money. Amidst all this one of the big challenges for the industry overall is cost and how you get these healthier foods foods with healthier ingredients into the hands of many, do you find that that what I what is the sort of cost structure for the companies that you're dealing with. They tend to be more high end. So so the biggest cost structure is going to be on distribution, the logistics side is very complicated, and we are going into an increasing logistics crisis. So as we think about we invest in a lot of cold chain products Neo and also frozen products. So, you know, we have some very strong partnerships. Some that are public on that are not that can really help our companies scale because we're actually able to put those brands on trucks to get them to the retailers. Talk to me about how you're doing that. And how food delivery I mean, just talking about getting the food to us at our door is changing. So it used to be that mom would go and buy, and I say mom because it is traditionally mom who's doing the purchasing mama go and she shop at her local retailer, and it would be all brick and mortar base sales. But as we've seen Etele has really shifted the purchasing habits, and you know, whether being the New York area, we all are freshdirect and food kit consumers, Amazon clearly has is in all of our homes in various ways, and you know, some people more than others are enjoying Amazon fresh they sort of merger or acquisition by Amazon of whole foods has shifted that. And so we now have a hybrid model where there's brick and mortar combined with the new sort of more digital capabilities of the, you know, such a huge organization like Amazon. So I think that things have changed considerably it changes the way people think about the consumer dynamics the insights that are used in terms of purchasing decisions. You know, how do we which products are we actually investing in you know, as I mentioned we are investor enforcing Matic. And it's an interesting case study because that's a business that was really built online originally through the the company's own website and then on Amazon and through their scale and their success foods global brought them in. And so it shows you that there's also some reverse engineering starting to happen is direct to consumer channels of opened up and really gained consumers. Let's go back to the question of cost. What can you do your part of the conversation, you're in this industry? Overall. What can the industry do to bring costs down to make these foods accessible to more people, especially in lower income areas? So the cost problem is is as I mentioned, logistics, right? I think the cost problem is actually also an ingredient based problem. You're the food supply is getting more expensive as were prioritizing transparency and clean ingredients and cleaned farming practices. So we have to. Go down to the base of this industry. And the actual ingredients themselves have to become cheaper in order for the packaged versions of those products to be as well now you and your partner Lauren are both working moms you founded this company, how did that sort of helped shape the philosophy of the company and how you're investing the funds money. Absolutely. So when we found it excel I had just had my second child. I think the time timeline was engaged even predated her having children my daughter while I was eight and a half months pregnant with Lauren I met great time to start a great time. And so I do remember, you know, remember getting cleared from, you know, having a baby to go on my first trade show. Visit. But it really did guy that at the time I had a two and a half year old at home, and I had a brand new baby. And my children had never come up having eaten the staple baby food and toddler food. You know, that did I grow on that you grew up on. So if we think about the generation that you know, we are now raising my children grew up on only organic and natural products. And so I started to become a highly aware of that whatever I may buy for myself. I buy something completely different for them is in a funny. How we think that way it's like, well, we don't matter. It's for the kids. It's for the kids shouldn't be that way. But but it is. And so we want the best far kids. So we invest heavily into them their educations, what they put in their their bodies sort of making sure that they have everything that they need. And eventually a by product is that we start to do the same thing far selves, and we actually adopt their lifestyles. And if we think about, you know, we invest in allergen friendly foods, for example in the allergen friendly market. You know, it'll be one family member that has an affliction that the entire family will purchase around. And so if. Mom is buying healthier products for their babies, and they're toddlers eventually mom will start buying those products for herself and for her husband and every mass rounder. Sure makes sense makes that's what is so I understand that you have recently brought on a new brand. And you're going to talk to us about that. What is I nothing about this? This is the first time I'm hearing about it. So what's the name of the company? What do they do? So we just closed on L foods which were super excited about the founder is Lauren Wallace. Who actually was the founder good karma which dean foods bought in two thousand seventeen Lauren is considered to be a pioneer in plant protein and they're hot area great area. So alpha is a plant based protein platform inconvenient formats, burritos tamales and pot pies. And so they're really trying to innovate on handhelds and sort of individual convenient items that are plant based company had mazing year and recently got widespread distribution in. Walmart, costco. Kroger everybody picked it up really as a indication of conviction around the category conviction around the opportunity and the team. Of course, it seems like if they're already in those stores, it's is it a pretty mature company for you to be getting involved in. We got an right at the right time. So I mean, that's what we do is. We really are looking for inflection points that were coming in right before high growth, and we came at the perfect moment for alpha there. We're looking forward to a massive you're ahead and ultimately being a leader and plant protein. So you know, when you talk about plant protein, the big guys like, Tyson Foods, right? We know them as a poultry king are trying to get in on this. What do you see as some of the because it would imagine it would I would think that your fund is always looking ahead write opportunities for the future. So where do you see food trends in two thousand nineteen and beyond? So they're two things. With excel foods that you know, we're very aware of that we want to invest a head of the market into innovation and identifying curing trends. But I also think what we've become aware of in the past couple of years is that we also able to help frame and shape the companies that come up and so just as much as plant protein is on the tip of everyone's tone. And it really is. You nailed it every strategic is highly focused on this right now we recently invested in. Platform called roar and roar is a female directed sports hijab strain beverage, and we think about a product that has a reason for being and deserves to be in the market. It is a ten calorie electrolyte infusion beverage that's directed to women. And that also could be available down the line, you know, sort of to for children and other members of the family. And so I think that you know, we saw an opportunity there where of course, it's a female moment, you know. And it's certainly a time where people thinking about kind of the consumption habits, and we had an opportunity to help also invest in and helped propel that forward. So there's sort of two different versions of it. From our perspective, you know, more just addict totally I have children in school too. I'm seeing more and more stay at home, dads or dads are much more involved in the rearing of the children in the household. Are is it still true that women are doing most of the of the food buying for the house or is that starting to shift? I don't have any Stotts. But it's it is still predominantly the the mother and the women in the household. And even if it's there's a the the working dynamics have shifted. It seems like purchasing hasn't shifted quite yet. You know in keeping pace with that. It may just be that the working mothers are now doing it at their desks. So most of the purchasing is still happening by women. But I think it is changing, and it is a positive evolution that new sort of the parent, or you know, sort of the member of the of the marriage who's now responsible for the household to starting to take more ownership of the choices right now, it's still heavily balanced towards women. All right, Jordan. Gaspar of excel foods, thanks for stopping by talking to us about the future of food. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks for listening to the finance presents podcast. Be sure to rate review and share this podcast. And remember subscribes every episode.

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Workout After Burn: Explained, The Imprint of Trauma #1155

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Workout After Burn: Explained, The Imprint of Trauma #1155

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This is Bernadette with Eh Diamond Gray. I've Gotten v Mendoza. In Studio with me Tina Burnett and Wanda means you guys doing happy. New Year New Year. I now I hadn't seen you since the before Christmas. Yeah that's in Colorado for almost two weeks. Yeah Yeah I know I saw that you guys were. Excuse me. Yeah Yeah. She's a great skier. She is yeah you didn't know about my wipe out. That was after your loved. I did have one almost full casualty. But I'm hobbling around because I landed hit a jump that I was not supposed to be hitting because you cut me off and the only direction go a perfect segue into what really pissed me off today on my way into the show I was in this. He's funny so last night. I was driving home where I took my daughter to go visit her father in the hospital he had a surgery and so on the way back I was talking to her about driving. And how it's important especially at night In the in the Bermuda Triangle which is basically Interstate six thirty five. There's this really bad. It's always accidents over there. Eh Garland area and mosquito then as you go down there. There's just like it's I don't know what's going on over there. I have my suspicions but there's always accidents over there so I was telling her because we live out east. You know that you have to be careful especially driving at night. She's not driving yet but she will be you know In about six months I know I know I think it's the biggest worry of parent actually when a child because they don't understand and apparently a lot of adults don't understand how violent and dangerous it can be to drive like an a-hole and so last night we we were driving and I was schooling her trying to tell her that. Stay in the far right lane. Do the speed limit. Don't go below at stay at fifty five or sixty especially at night because you don't have the reaction time because you can't see as well you remember when they used to have nighttime they probably do in other parts of the country. They had the nighttime speed limit. And then the daytime speed limits. Are they still have that here. I don't think they do. I used to have him on. I'm thirty we should and so I was just as I was explaining to her. I you never know. Someone's GonNa come out of nowhere and cut you off. Someone came out of nowhere rushing to get to the exit exit and nearly called Caused us and I literally seriously within a matter of a split second only because I'm an excellent driver and experienced driver. Did it not take me off the road if I was an elderly person or if I was a young person it would have taken me off the road and down a deep embankment and maybe killed us both. And so I implore everyone you want out there to please for the love of God drive better so on the way here at the same thing happened to me this a hole in an audi- okay. I on Guy Again. I'm sorry but every time almost one hundred percent of the time. It's somebody in their twenties or thirties. Mostly male sometimes female on the fan this entitlement attitude that that they own the dam road will guess what you don't if you're out there listening and you need to drive better. I'm going to figure out a way to combat it though I am. I was thinking because you know what I was so pissed yes because he almost took me right off the road again out of nowhere going like swinging around me trying to get onto six thirty five thirty. It was just insane how he was driving and I thought you little pussy pay. I'm Gonna I I you know really. It's it's people are all brave behind the wheel when they're in their car and there's actually scientific proof of this. Actually he's a big shot and he thought he got away from me. I was flicking my light. I flipped them off and got his attention. I normally never do that but this guy needed someone to let him know it is is not okay to drive that way. It is not so I went up to ninety miles an hour and I got right behind him and I flipped off again and I flicked my lights and I let him know like this. Just like you don't get a right to drive that. But I had him scared I could feel it he was. He's just a little little. You know out there driving a gun. Yeah well you know what if he he did go like this but you know when do good thing. We don't have a gun. No you know what. That's not the right attitude. We have to say no to people that think it's okay to drive at. You still have to be careful. I was just seeing on the news just a couple of days ago. A road rage incident where somebody got shot in the head and killed because yeah. It's just a road racing so you just don't know I wasn't you're shooting. I was in my. I wasn't full of rage. I was just like a police officer guy. I was pretend police officer for a couple of minutes. Yeah come on. He drives in Alex. a-hole he's not a gun threatening to kill someone you know I. It's got nothing to do with the brand of car It really doesn't but I'm just saying that's what I was thinking. So how do we stop these people. Do we like get a a a website where we get a picture of their license plate and like put it up there air so that if they do decide to drive that way and it gets reported somewhere that they'll have to pay more insurance or something. There has to be a way to hold people accountable for driving like Bat. Because there's not enough police to catch every one of these case in point last night and this morning me both times. Had I been an elderly driver or a young driver it could have killed me like it. Inexperienced drivers experienced driver. Yeah a young driver. Yeah so I don't. I don't know how we hold people accountable but we do need to pay attention. There's something needs to be done because it's out of control when you. Maybe there needs to be on part of ways where you can put it on ways. Yes ways need to company. 'cause you can always others. Oh there's a hole in the side of the road yeah police around the been they need to have a little thing that you can tag a you know. It's true because as long as we continue to. Italy is long as you continue to put up with it and nothing's going to change in fact it's going to get worse because anybody who's that entitled driving that needs to be stopped social media shaming. Yeah yeah well I you know shame is not a good thing but in this case just holding someone accountable for their bad actionability accountability. There's a concept well you know I need needs them spiritual daily here because clearly I was a little jacked up from that incident. I'm an ethics as I should be I that was traumatic for you. It was and that imprint sprint is going to be with you for a while because of the adrenaline that was released from your body. Well and I was listening to to pack while I was driving to so that probably didn't help things. Two of America's most wanted you know on a v Mendoza such beautiful addition to the team here at one life radio. She does a blog called the spiritual daily. And so what's our spiritual talk daily. Today I could use a little little. TLC and a little spirituality. Calmer down yeah I will try fighting fighting crime sister tap like this. That's right. I'm a bad added Syria. I totally handle a guy like that that I could totally agree so today we can. We can talk about just remembering that that happiness and any any type of happiness penis that you're searching for on the outside you know we live in a very materialistic um forward thinking world and a lot of times. We can be so focused on getting the next thing being in buying the next thing that we won and going to the next goal and we think that when we get to that point or we we get goal or we get that next thing that we want. We're going to experience happiness happiness and we just need to remember that any type of happiness. That's that's long lasting and that's going to be sustainable is gonNA come from the inside and it's GonNa come from view and you have to make the choice. It's it's a choice to be happy. It's a choice to to be an any state that you're in and Yeah so that's the spirit of daily today. We I love it I love it and it's very it's all serendipitous right now. All these things segues me to something today that I found that I was like. Oh I forgot about that little book. I'm going to bring it in because I'm cleaning out my office today in fact right now. All my books are being alphabetized again making more space for all the new books because I mean I probably I ah I probably Add At least ten ten to twenty bucks a month to my library and that can add up they really can and I love books and I and I and they mean a lot to me and I don't like to get rid of them but H Turner or are you a ipad reader. No I'm a page. I like to hold the book in my hands. Speaking of which animal kind fine just came out Ingrid newkirk gene stone of the author's remarkable discoveries about animals and revolutionary new ways to show them compassion. She's going to be on on Friday. She'll have the whole show. Oh and I'm so excited. I love the work that these guys are doing because when there is evil out in the world like the stupid driver and all these things that we talk about you know or you know the glyphosate in our in our in our environment that's poisoning bees and and killing animals and poisoning is causing cancer. All they need to be called out things that wrong need to be called out they just do and so yes. Ma'am agree so this book is called Sync and I found it was ah piled on my desk. Like it's a little tiny little thin little book looking at it so you could see how it could easily like disappear and I found that like a book even pitting your bathroom like for reading my I'm oh I've always got books in my purse and my car. Of course you know. It's like a perfect little. It is a perfect little book. And it's it's called the sink radical transformation with one small change and it says isn't here when you make the world about When you make the world a little better you advance as all? Isn't that a wonderful thought. That's what you do every day on your show. Yeah that is. Thank you Wanda not instinct. Yeah yeah absolutely. And he's got a lot of little beautiful things and here okay. Here's a little all story. I'll I'm looking at the clock. Let's see walking to the sink in an airport restroom. I was surprised and amused by the scene in front of me. A polished looking man in a sharp suit was wiping down the sync with paper towels. Introducing a little humor I asked. Have you been working here long. and returning the smile. He turned to go He he s he turned to go. The man's something that changed me forever. And I haven't read this this is all improperly now okay you know. It's not a bad idea to leave things a little better then how you found them and it says I wished on and I love that I do that. Everybody should agree with that. That's Nice I go into the iheart bathroom a lot of times. There's paper towels on the on the floor and stuff. I always pick him up. Always always always because it's the right thing to do. It's just the right thing to do. And like driving it's good to drive responsibly blake. That's the right thing to do and I'm going to go to break responsible defensive. Driving Skiing Guy could've killed you the big skiing like an a hole into you know he stopped right in front of me coming to turn around. I didn't hit him. Yeah I was saving his life Mine Yep and instead I injured myself hitting a jump that I wasn't prepared or tobogganing accident. I had with my brother when I was the kid. Oh my God took him to. The hospital broke my collarbone. It was it was on a Toboggan thing all we used to go way up high. I'm talking like tobogganing. It's like I'm talking going like forty fifty like seriously like thirty forty miles an hour down this huge hill at Thomson Park but but somebody cut us off and we almost might. I took like I said my brother ended up in the hospital. I did the next day. I had a broken collarbone. It's just but let's just be nice attack. We've got a fantastic tastic. It is dramatic and speaking of dramatic the imprint of trauma. We're talking about with Wanda means. Today and Tina Burnett E. P. C. explaining the workout after burn earn. We'll be talking all about it. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio all these. The it took Queen Dan Love that too. Do is it one of your yes honky. tonk woman by the rolling stones. Everyone welcome back to one life radio. This is Bernadette with diamond. Gray Navy Mendoza. Wanda means and Tina Burnett. I want to everyone know that you can go to our website. One life radio DOT COM to download and listen to our podcast subscribe to our newsletter. 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And it's free and it's on January thirteenth through the nineteenth and Vico. Paul D is going to be a hosting it and it's a CBD's summit is what it actually is. You can register for free at C. B D experts series dot com. That's CBD expert series Dot Com and. We'll also put it out on our social media. Okay Tina. We're GONNA talk to you about this. Ep You bought this epoch. Thought for those of you may be joining joining us for the first time or a new listener in California. Tina Burnett has a bachelors of Kinesiology. She is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. She is certified in the bio mechanics and she is part of the aerobics and Fitness Association of America. Tina has been in the fitness industry for over thirty years teaching cardiovascular classes at several of Dallas his top studios and health clubs as well as instructing and developing resistance training programs for individuals and groups in the gym and in the home she has also been named the top optimal personal trainer in DFW by the personal trainers hall of fame you can contact her at TB fitness pro at g mail dot com. That's TB fitness pro at g mail DOT COM and on instagram at TB fitness pro. Okay we talked about this before Awhile since we talked about it but I thought it was appropriate for Aster Post holiday. Yeah Yeah I'm doing pretty good. You know I'm happy with myself in the Mirror It's so crazy how your weight can go up and down by a couple of pounds in just waterway. I it is it is left and water it is out. I was fluffy a couple of days ago. Now I'm I'm D fluffed dwarfing. I'm DEF- bluffing I just you know it's hard to find the time to you. Know for self care sometimes but you really have to do carve have to carve it out of your day each day because exercises sizes so critical for your physical and your mental and you're emotional wellbeing. I encourage everyone even. If it's just a walk for ten minutes after your dinner you. I should do that because it's really really good for you. So we're talking about epoch today. So what is the acronym E. P. O. C.. What does that mean so? EPS's stands for excessive excess post exercise oxygen consumption so basically what the after burn that that is the after burn. So you've heard people say well if you work at really hard. You're you keep burning calories after us even after you stop. Yeah of course it depends on the type of workout that you do. Yeah I totally totally forgot about that. Yeah and there's been. There's been some recent articles out you know kind of saying. Oh that doesn't really happen but you know how long it Lassus is always kind of a question. There's been a lot of studies to try to figure that out but kind of to explain so the after burn refers to the amount of oxygen. Your body needs post post workout to get back to your to your normal pre-workout state right when you workout. You use oxygen so that your muscles keep working your your body burns calories by consuming oxygen consuming. We're all consuming oxygen right now but when challenges when you work out depending on the intensity city and duration your body uses oxygen muscle glycogen in ATP which is a dinner triphosphate. It's powerhouse. It's yeah it's eighty the where the where the Andrea and all that stuff you get it's ATP has pulled out of the muscle and that's a form of energy but you have to have oxygen so your body audie actually use. It consumes large amounts of oxygen. When you work out especially if you're working out at a high intensity which we're going to get to in a minute so the question is okay? So if that's true you know. How long does the does the after burn? Yeah like how many. How long am I going to be burning eating more calories for so if you so here he'll let me just tell you the process of when your body's trying so after you stop working out what happens is your nobody uses oxygen to replace the and the muscle glycogen you use during your workout in works with protein to repair any damage muscle temperature also has has to lower your body temperature because when you know when you work out you do have a rise in body temperature right arise in your metabolism goes up you have horizon body temperature to don't you lightly? Yeah I mean in your body has to work to digest but it's not near as much is like after you exercise under exercising So the more oxygen it takes to restore store your body and then more calories you'll burn workout that make sense I'm thinking yes. Okay your oxygen so your body after you stop working out so you can work out with me. You Stop Your Body it has to get itself back to its pre workout state arresting state. Because your your body temperatures up your body's having to refer you get more oxygen to replace like I said the Muslim blockage in and they so for for an extended amount of time and there's been researched that has I said you know even sometimes up to seventy two hours really you but then I've heard other research sang No you know it might just be a few hours. But here's the here's the. The main point is that the type of exercises that create a longer after burn are going to be more intense intense. The what I promote which High intensity short duration great example. Wanda plays ice hockey Now I was thinking about this. She's doing lots of bursts and sprints. The ice fish says she's getting at that high intensity so it doesn't have to be a gym workout. It could be your if you do a sport like like ice hockey like does. She's she's GonNa get after burn. She's he's going to. You're going to be burning calories for a few hours after you stop exercising so for seven days no unfortunately well if you would make sense to me that I had this thought a minute ago but if you exercise every day you kind of keep that ball rolling if you will right. Yeah you do but if you're going to do really high intensity workouts those are the type of workouts you really only want to do like like my workouts like three week May and then on the other days do less less intense but if if it's keeping your you're in if it's keeping your metabolism up and your calorie burning up for up to twenty four hours it could again depending depends also on your gender. Your lean mass. You know like how much muscle you have. Which is why? It's a good reason to do things to increase your muscle mass because it affects your body's ability to burn calories salaries and Berno absolutely. I think one of the reasons that I stay fit sometimes even when I don't work out for a couple of weeks which I try to never let that happen but it does happen. Sometimes I'd get a workout every day just from lifting heavy stuff around my property you know just doing daily work. Yeah it's also true like burst training. You know we've talked about this burst. Training can be done like you've said sometimes you'll do like ten burp as and then later you'll do ten more that's actually very beneficial has just even. If you don't have a break one out there. I was reading another article just talking about training and in. Its truce like if you don't have time I'm delighted really even twenty minutes out of your data like do it actually work our thirty minutes. Yeah if you're just doing one burst at a time throughout the day whether it's just like all of a sudden in spring in place for thirty seconds and you go on with your business. You're not really going to sweat so it's not like you have to get shower so it's Kinda like for people like you. Who have your schedules just do Different bursts all just seconds. I I'm thinking of bringing in the dog food okay so I went to go get dog food the other day typically I by six bags at a time fifty pounders the fifty pounders and I carry two at a time in the house really in a row. Yeah to fifty pounds wanting each hand and then and then In is a little bit difficult but not in not crazy difficult because I keep myself you know strong by lifting continuing to lift heavy things just around. I took my Christmas tree out myself. The the other day And I've always had to have like a guy helped me set it up and I'm like screw that I'm taking it down myself today. I'm going to handle this thing. Got Up on. The ladder tipped chipped it over and pulled the three parts apart and my fifteen year. Old Daughter didn't even she's like oh mom that's so heavy. I'm like watch this. I took all three things. They probably wade like fifty a piece. Maybe a little maybe a little more. The bottom one was the heaviest one and I carried it out to the all the way out to the barn. which is quite a little distance you know but I didn't stop op so I thought Oh? This is my first training for today and you know little things like that. Yeah yeah so the bottom line to increase your after. Burn if you WANNA get longer after burn work out out with weights first of all if you can't some kind of resistance training you know two or three days a week. As far as like a hit training we talked about the high intensity training to botanist up like that burst training sprinting on a treadmill sprinting on a bike doing burke's incredible swings climate tricks. Or just running in place or you know whatever you have available to you. I did that three we days a week. Yep You know you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA up your fat burning in your body. Gets your body to be a better fat-burning machine and you can have fun with it too. Like I was vacuuming the back of the house. Yesterday yesterday. I do almost every day And I walked by one of my big my My my say I have my two kettlebells that are like I think they're like twenty pounds a piece that that are assessed that I keep in my bathroom and then my single one. That's probably twenty five or thirty pounds in. Did those things kettlebells we up between my legs. Hip Sound now and like I did like did them till till valley. You're probably did like twenty five of them and that was all the workout I got in yesterday at least got something created a little bit of an after burner you go after burn. Burn after burn. Nothing would it but also it's. It's important for everybody to remember that if your goal is that loss and you WanNa start doing these type of workouts that you still gotta have your nutrition in line. Well that's that's where I'm GonNa break but let's just roll right into that but how does nutrition play a role and APO say well because if you're overeating and eating the wrong foods it's not gonNa you know that that is not going to go very far because even though you might be burning more calories afterward a lot of people kind of reward reward themselves with. They worked so hard and I can go eat a hamburger and French fries. No performance eating I fell I fell asleep. I fell asleep with a a big bowl of popcorn and a little sip wine. Thought about me and I thought about you. I'm like Tina would be ripping me a new. She could see me right now. She'd okay that's why Bernadette no you would have said you're actually I cut it true. I actually was reading this really cool thing. We should talk about it. Where is it was about? It was Ryan holiday on the daily STOIC. That I signed up four and it was about basically that back in the day back during the Roman Empire in the Greek. Whatever the Greek would you create people? The Greek Greek movement movement. The Greek nece The the grim mythology a couple thousand years ago and so the STOIC. Okay like the famous ones like Seneca. And what does epicure Acerra trying to think of anyway. Anyway they were saying back then that they didn't drink the wine that you were actually a heathen if you drank straight wine fine you were you were you would be drunk. Drank like that was like wow. They used to water the wind down like a like a quarter. If you had a little cup you know like a little cup of wine that it would be one quarter wine and the rest water. Well I but why would you ruin such a good bottle of wine. Water it down. I was like I have to try it. I didn't I I didn't do it. I'm like I don't want water and my wind turned water into one wonder thinking Gee I think. Here's here's one was one hundred percent concentrate. Oh my goodness well So so nutrition. Nutrition plays a role. What what should we do? Give us some tips. Well you are we we go to have your muscles need to have proper nutrition to recover from any kind of workout so eating. You're getting plenty of protein and and healthy fats are key for muscle recovery every and then modify modify your starch intake and and your processed foods and all them you just the same thing we always preach and and watch your co you know. I hate to say Walter Calorie intake. Because it's really not about that. It's about what what you eat. How much never count calories? I you know I kinda ball already. It isn't the way to go I WANNA give a shout out for some warrior Protein Warrior Blonde. That's what I use It's organic plant based and it's twenty seven grams of protein for your muscle and you talk about recovery the as six grams of that. MCAT's Yes for the brains. It's great product and I used to check it out. Go to Sun. Warrior Dot Com twenty eighty percent off. If you use the code. Oh and they have their mineral blend. Go to Sun. WARRIOR DOT COM. All of their products are great. They have vitamins for him. Vitamins for her And because nutrition is is important and you do kind of have to supplement now especially if you're not eating organic one hundred percent of the time because our food has a lot of bad stuff in just know that all right. Well we're going to go to break lake and we're going to be back with Tina Burnett and WanNa means we're going to be talking about the imprint of trauma with Wanda means. I can't wait to talk about this. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio should myself his bounce back quite bad. It's mysterious GHUNSA. Gosh diamond knows what music I love. That's like one of the best songs that make Mick Jagger ever wrote. He wrote it when he was out doing his own thing. It's a separate album from the rolling stones. But what's the name of that song. Yeah old. How Oh habits die hard? Is that a more recent now. Does this song is this. Tanner fifteen years old. But welcome. Come back to one life radio. We love music here. This is Bernadette with Diamond Gray Navy. Mendoza Tina is in studio and her dear friend and mine. Wanda means She is a brash honest real and still very raw woman she is also a mother. A coach Blogger podcast author and ex wife to a very kind man. I love that you have that in your bio really to know that because I had the trauma and he didn't so it makes for a really great relationship. Yeah I mean raising children. Yeah well he is a very kind man and you guys are good friends. And that's so important Wanda is also a true survivor of not only childhood sexual abuse but but of an unthinkable betrayal from her narcissist mother and the rejection of her father you can find her blog at Jesus divorce and over forty dot com. That's Jesus divorce and over for forty DOT com. You can also find wants podcast. One Blunt woman and her book shelf life of a secret on our website. WANDA MEANS DOT COM. Let's talk about this the imprint of trauma. Can you share your story. You know. Want to and your mission with our listeners. Well I thank you for having me on. I always always fun coming here. I you are a true inspiration to me. And so many people out there My Story Starts Gino essentially in UTERO. Because in Utero. That's when my mother was pregnant with me and my father was having an affair. So what happens when you know your husband's having an affair your hormones are off the chart. Yeah so those hormones. They go to the baby. So there's this book by Roberts Opolskie it's called called behave and I highly recommend it because he talks about every decision that we make it starts. It goes back to the second. You make the decision Susan and our before you make the decision five years ago your Childhood in year two zero your parents your ancestors absolutely so. It's it's amazing to me. It's a fascinating book and said the book I'm reading now is the body keeps score by vessel Vanderbilt Vander Kolk and he is a psychiatrist Professor at Boston University so what he talks about is the imprint of trauma and what it leaves on our body and he also talks about ways that we can can somewhat. He'll but the first thing that we have to understand is that we have to understand like an alcoholic. There's a problem right and you can't fix something until you admit that there's a problem absolute and it's truly not a matter of just get over your childhood because what happens happens is that traumatic event happened so long ago stays in your body in whereas sometimes your mind can't remember it. Your body does. Yeah yeah I I can't think of the name of the author but I'm I'm reading a book similar to what you're talking about and there's absolutely scientific proof that it affects your DNA and affects your DNA and your children children and your grandchildren. It just carries on cereal until it's fixed and it it is fixable though that's what's the cool thing it is fixable well. I have done all kinds of therapy. And the closest thing that I've gotten to working to rewire the enigma. which is the emotional? Part of the brain is Neuro feedback and I'll talk about the second but I wanted to talk about how our brains are different. When I say our brains anyone who's had a traumatic experience so what happens? is we see a sound or an image We smell something and what that does is it. Activates the Thelma's in our brain. which tells us to go? Okay let's go to the frontal cortex which is our wise mine says okay. It's not a big deal. We'll get through this or it goes to your Mikola and you react depending upon the trauma that you experience and there's different kinds of trauma I mean there's going to war there's actual. PTSD from being a veteran seeing a child die in combat combat versus. You're in the tornado that happened in Dallas a couple months ago and not use physically but you in general and and your house was demolished. That's traumatic yeah. But that's the same as trauma that you endured as a child so what happens in any any sort of trauma is our brain. Our LIMBIC system reacts and Adrenaline is set to our body. That's what our body can remember like so many boys that were abused by priests. My brother's day date. They repressed it but when they talk into therapy and their body can relive the experience France so right now. I'm getting my masters in counseling and I have learned so much such a short amount of time. But I've been doing my my work for years trying to understand my trauma and of the sexual molestation by my stepfather and then the mother saying oh well Jesus forgiven him. So let's move on and and that's that's not how you deal with trauma. Do you remember where you were on September tenth. Two thousand eleven. I mean two thousand one one yes no you do. Yeah oh I love him now. I'm thinking I thought you said September timber tents this. This is another day in our life right but what happened on September eleventh right right and we all remember that because this emotional adrenaline John came pouring out of all of us. Yeah right credible field so many of us can remember where we were at the day that it happened. And that's how trauma is it sits on our body and rears its head so if you have a traumatic mind or you endure some sort of trauma like I did as a child and it wasn't just the sexual molestation it was the mother. Not Believing is the father rejecting me so it's a Trifecta of a lot of stuff going on and so I've talked about the score did verse childhood experiences and so the higher. That's ten simple questions. Were you sexually abused physically abused remotely us. What does your father your mother? It was a suicide ten. Simple questions about your Childhood and the higher the number of yeses the more likely you are to have some sort of trauma but you have worse is one of them. If I'm not having a having a sibling with mental illness anyone families analysts anyone that was incarcerated. So if you have four or more yeses then you are times more likely to have attempted suicide if you have for more you. It's ninety percent of those with four or more yeses are on some sort of antidepressant. Yeah and that's one of the issues with trauma. Is that what we want to do in this Western world is we want to Dole our senses. We don't want to dampen our the we feel because it it I pop a pill. Yeah smoke a cigarette. Yeah drink some alcohol Part whatever we want to escape. Because that's that's what we do but the problem is when we escape our lives we scape the good too. Because there's so much good point you escape the pleasure and the pain yeah I for what I do not take. I'm in that ten percent. I have my scores six out of ten and my Actually it's it's closer to seven by. Mother was never fully diagnostic mentally ill but I can guarantee you she was my score is very high. It's almost a seven out of ten so with those high numbers are should be an antidepressant. Should have all sorts. I should have perhaps obesity is an issue or I should have of physiological diabetes heart. Something because when they did that as they studied seventeen thousand people. It wasn't a small study. Yeah Yeah and for some reason. I don't take antidepressants. Because I I need a love all my serotonin when you do that you Dole. You're the pleasures too and I like feeling pleasure. I like sex. Yeah and so if our bottom I if we could just not take a pill every time we need to just escape our bodies if we worked worked out say a good sweat a good cry and a good orgasm is far better than any become an addiction to absolutely you always have to be balanced and your decision making I agree and so another thing with traumatic people. Our brains are different is that we perceive the world differently. Where are we walk in? Like when I go to come by myself and the kids are in Dallas. I perceive a threat there. There's no one in the house. There's no that threat. And so when he doesn't have a traumatic brain They they just go on the home and they go on about their day and they go to bed and they don't think about it but a traumatic brain is like. WHO's here who's GonNA attack me Yeah I mean that is so the point we have to do is that we have to be be mindful of when we get to this point and so what. Dr Van or says is Meditate Yoga Oh Gotcha. He says we have to slow the bring down and we have to be silent. Yeah but we don't do that because that takes too much time. So let's just pop a pill. Yeah well let's let my brain down well when you have stillness and you slow down. And you don't have anything stimulating you whether would be you know alcohol or weed or sex or You know pharmaceuticals you have to. You have to sit with that trauma and face it and process Elsa and a lot of people aren't ready to do that Timothy sometimes our whole life were ready or willing. I don't know what the tipping point is for for people people to finally say I've had enough or maybe they just continue their life and never address it but I think when you sit still with yourself it allows allows you then to process and he'll this is something that we need to be more mindful of. Because I know I have triggers and I'm sure anyone who's had a traumatic brain injury has triggers we all have triggers and if one in three women are sexually assaulted by the time they're eighteen eighteen years old that sixty million women out there right now. Who have been sexually assaulted at one point in their life? Yeah no I you know. I was talking teaching my daughter. Nia about driving I was telling her last night actually because she wants her freedom. She's young. She's a teenager and I want to give her freedom but I also warned her that you know. There's a lot of danger out there. I mean I myself was nearly raped at sixteen years old by a forty five year. Old Man who was my boyfriend's father's best friend rand at a graduation party in a beautiful home. The mayor was there. It was a very Nice Party and here I am sixteen years old and nearly got raped outside by someone heard my screams turn on the lights and he ran off and But I tried to tell her that it can happen that quick like in an instant and typically at somebody see that you know and trust and so you have to protect yourself so and that brings up a really good point about people who were sexually assaulted like in my case. Nobody rescued me. Yeah and when my trauma happened I couldn't turn to my mother because when any sort of trauma happens you turn to your mother your mother and your father. But they're are the ones who are abusing you or neglecting you or rejecting you you learned to cope you learn to fixings yourself. Yep You do and that's why you're so strong I was was going to say really brave and your fighter and that's a good thing and sometimes you have to fight your way through life. Life can be very brutal every day is a battle sometimes times and and is exasperated. When I drink so I sat down? My drinking ended a long term relationship because of he triggered me and my drinking exasperated. I completely lost my mind and then so after I did that. I went to this trauma healing Nashville to understand what happened happened. Yeah I was out of my mind. I was out of my frontal CORTEX. I was stuck in my middle and this craziness took over and that is the trauma Emma. Well we're going to talk about it a little more here right after the break. Stay tuned. Everyone that's Wanda means a you can find her at Wanda means DOT com. And we'll be right back. You're listening to one in life radio. Welcome back everyone. You're listening to one life life. Radio this is Bernadette with diamond gray. I've Got Tina Burnett and Wanda means in studio. I want to quickly let you know that you can go to our website. One life radio DOT COM to download and listen to our podcast or subscribe to our newsletter. 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You know as a as a sister out there you know in the world of women that you've been so traumatized taste growing up and so for people out there listening that want to understand the imprint of trauma which is what we're talking about today. What is your advice for containing triggers before it gets too toxic so the first thing is we have to understand that that we are being triggered? That's the first thing and the second thing is there's three brain systems uh-huh there's the The smoke detector. which is your mic Della? And so when it goes off we are hyper aroused over traumatic brain so we have to understand. Stand the smoke going off right and then you have the cook. The Cook is the Thelma's the cook is when the information comes in and it stirs it up. Are we going to send it to the wise minor the emotional mind and we know that this is going on and then the third is the watch tower and that is the part of this that we have to get ourselves back into Dr Wise mine and understand that we're sinking down into the mid July. We're sinking down into our emotional known one rational thinking mind and it is difficult to get out of it. Will you know what we're going to have to record a podcast after the broadcast in the upcoming weeks because the clock is ticking down. There's the music we're out of time but I want to share the story of what happened to you over the holiday and what you know what you went through because I think it's important according to share that Because I went through a similar thing myself where I had certain things that triggered me and caused me a lot of emotional pain and then you can see you can bring yourself thought of it though. So we'll talk about it another show. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. 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GROCERIES: SEASON 1 EP 13

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You believe it lucky number talking about everything that you need to know about grocery stores the carts the food that people displays how the rules the history they're not they have lube every thing you need. But how much does the vodka give you these. You need to know that's right. I as you know if you're shopping. I'm brian which i didn't get into last week. I didn't know he was a buy-in pine yes. It just took me a the user who the user who came up with that. And i'm back later. Aaron gibson i have a treat for people who are tired of hearing us talk about california grocery stores. You're kidding. I have my grocery store in new mexico that i want to talk about today which is not a grocery store. It's a co-op thank you very much. Oh la hot takes on those la monta nita co op. Okay which is where i do. Amish lopping sure that's ri- goes. That's where i go schlep at a new mexico. Hell yeah now full disclosure. It's the closest grocery store to the compound. It is very interesting mix of things it. I think would be pretentious if they were displayed in different way it is bare bones in there right minimalist. There's no but not in a way not in a brooklyn kind of way. Messed kind of way. It's a seventy. It's a store that was born in the seventies and stayed in there so it was formed in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. It is baby hannay. That's what they opened a grocery store. If you don't know what to call up is they are owned by the people who are members in order to get an actually. There's one in santa monica that i want to cover next time That is pretty. Amazing is not in santa monica proper. It's like on the way to santa monica. The honda dealership. Maybe know about it. Don't so they are community owned grocery store which means that everything is done there. They have boards. That are voted voted on the community. It's a tiny little government grocery store. They are not only just a grocery store they are also a regional food distribution center. Which is mean means. When they got to a certain point of success they decided. Hey we want to make sure. Other co ops thrive and. There's a lot of co ops in new mexico so they decided they were going to be a hub us all their connections with local cheesemakers Beef distributors milk excetera. And say. okay. We're going to actually buy more from you. And then we're going to distribute to co said. Madrid co ops in. You know los alamos. Wherever so they help. Other co ops become successful and thrive love their according to their website. Their focus is sharing benefits of healthy food sound environmental practices and a strong local economy. They mission statements. And they're doing like i look. I don't know anybody who's actually actually know someone did reach out to me who works there and told me this is what i i moved The elderly people in my life to santa fe that if they ever had a hard time getting to the to the co op. They have a program where they will deliver food to elderly people for free. It's free delivery. You call them and tell them what you want. Come and bring your groceries. Which i thought was in to even think that someone would be story. Nice enough to just have people who could go do that. That's above and beyond however yes if you've tricky people like me who are willing to put on a wig old age makeup and put on a house coast that system. Yeah they don't ask for i d. They're very true. I could just be have be very young looking for ninety three. You could really take this whole system down. This could be your real ide- of correct this delivery. Yeah you know. One bad apple spoils the bunch. That's me my role. I would like my role to be. The new rule is ninety. Six bad apples spoil the bunch. And then i guess we have to all go get new drivers license. Yeah what the fuck is happening without real idea. But if you have real. Id complained sending my way. Because you're you're going to be inundated with every person. Living in america so law montigny to has six locations. Santa fe albuquerque and gallup all their For those of you who don't live there. Let me just describe what it's like. Because it's i love going to the co op. Okay i love it. So it's not fancy they don't give a fuck. It's like if willie nelson and joan baez over grocery store honestly. That sounds great. And i don't know how clean it would be willing willie nelson doesn't seem like a very very much. True heroes looks nice braids are always need. His beduin always perfectly tied right. He might be pretty money facility us. What i mean by that is that you can go into this place. You can get organic tomatoes that are pretty affordable and then you can also go down a couple of hours and get a saul lamp. Yes they've got knocked big forever. You know what i mean. And they had these really cool labels where it says made in new mexico. So if you wanted to you could only buy stuff that's local. That's very clear they shine a light on that. And i think all grocery stores that like are small that especially like the ones cropping up in in la. They should be doing the love that because also think about the environmental impact. You have buying something that comes from vermont as opposed to something. That's coming right from your backyard. That's a great thing to be doing. If you want to save the world alternate destruction. Sure it is not it. I don't make it sound pretentious because it's not been too pretentious organic grocery stores and santa cruz. I know that there are places out there where you can go in get seven things and the next thing you know you're fucking car is getting repossessed because you've lost all your money okay. Yeah this is not it. They are not so active on the social media. Front one thousand. One hundred ninety eight twitter followers. But i found out a lot of information that i didn't know for example. They have happy hour for on fridays. Four thirty to six thirty. You better believe you're fucking dick whole that. I'm going to be there next thirty to six thirty. Wow that is happy happy hour. that's great. It's people who were like if you're a stevie nicks kind of person. You're looking for your kris kristofferson. I feel like you go there to hook up. Sure that's a kind of town. It is say they had last time. They had a happy hour with before the holidays. They were serving cinnamon plum cider. I'm telling you everything actually delicious everything. They had vegan swedish meatballs. And doesn't they looked phenomenal. I don't i'm sure they are. I mean who knows. That stuff's always hit or miss for me. they also they're. They're really all over the place with their liberalism on social media. They had the recipe for swedish meat. Vegan swedish meatballs and then the next post was about labor labor activists. Maria marine moreno. Who is like who work side by side with cesar chavez so wow they sing things be labeled honestly they were kind of saying like here's i i think they were saying in order was. Did you know. There's such thing as vegan swedish meatballs right and then the next day they were like. Hey you might not know about this. Far amac cool who was very integral in labor. Getting labor practices liberal. I know labor on it. Yeah you know that chavez was fairly big into labeling label maker the kind that you punch and 'electronic very difficult. Yeah very difficult to get back then. They have two thousand four hundred twenty instagram followers and a newsletter called the bean cool. But if you want a weekly side dish from the bean like you just can't wait. You gotta get this. Got to get it right now. Today they have an email. Let's call the scoop so the scoop comes out more regularly than the bean but the scoop is a function of the bane. I want to say that they could've done a second draft on the scoop. That's everybody calls there. Maybe it was the bean. And maybe the pod. Yeah that's cute. yeah. I'll call okay so january's cheeses. The month is shepherd's halo which i found the scope a salty sweet sheep's milk soft rape and cheese from colorado. Which is a full. Juno dot net design aesthetic. And i bet. I hope it never changes it. Looks like a cheese that was invented in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. Yeah and i bet it tastes delicious. If someone's got bad packaging and they're making they're making cheese locally. That means they're concentrating on the fucking correct. You know what i mean. If you bring your own bag they donate those savings to different charities this month. it is I think it's pronounced sibylla search and rescue. Which is an all volunteer search and rescue team base now burkey that serves a wholesale mexico. They are on call. Twenty four seven three sixty five and what they do. Is they do. Search and rescue people in wilderness areas. They work with the state police. Now let me tell you why you need something like that. There are a ton of places in new mexico where you could just wander off without a gps and you are f you see ked and that's spelled fuck. We'll fucked there's a place that looks like like another planet. I forget the name of it. But it's a wilderness park and you. There's no trails. Yours was on your own walk towards the rocks. So they're donating to that organization. Which i assume is. Busy is chockablock because both yeah have people from tourists salads for yeah And you know. I love calendar from a store. They've got tons of them. Are they the ones that have those really grotesque faces you know how like if you go on a post office. There's those like greeting cards with. Did like exaggerated rankles. Do you know what i mean. They're like cheapo and they just sort of look like those and dried apple. Heads are you but what are you. Are you talking about calendars. No i'm just wondering if the calendars are funny. Because they're growth calvin and hobbes. No they're not. I don't think they're supposed to be funny. But i thought they were foul. Gotta so there was i. I feel like anybody who bought would by this war would be in into what these calendars are offering cats recreating star wars cute. Dog's doing yoga poses okay. I don't like that something called livenation. What's that node two lamas. that's funny. Here's what i love about what they're doing so they have the best milk i've ever had in my life. It's raw milk. You have to drink it in like four days. I i dream about this. Milk is so good. As a matter of fact during the holidays they were totally sold out more. Obviously everyone of the farm was taken some time off. Because i saw a woman who was like tapped one of employees on the sore shoulder and said can you please please just tell me what day the raw milk is coming back. It is. It is to real deal. They have a huge selection of sipping chocolate. Which is a big new mexico deal. They're obsessed with sipping chocolates. For good reason. They're all delicious. They have my favorite computer that i've ever had in my life upstart company denver company. And they do a rose. Flavored commute yet so smooth and so good. There's a local this albuquerque. Ice cream company called the van rexel brothers they make delicious ice cream. i hate their packaging. It looks like a sonic youth album. Cover i don't understand it at two guys in like negative like reverse negative photography and then it just as the ice cream name just not. I almost didn't buy it because i did. Not but then again. What's the lesson. If they don't care about the label the product is probably really good tip. Have you tried. June shine now. It's the hard kombucha it is which so delicious either. Way is my new con- candidates it's bucci as fuck but how much alcohol does it have in it. Does it make you know. I don't think it's as even as much as like wine. I don't think. But i had like a glass of it wasn't i don't think i was like tipsy or anything like that. I mean maybe a little bit but no. I don't think it was like terribly. It's more alcohol than company. Also because california just passed a bunch of new laws or just enacted a bunch of and one of them is what constitutes beer and. i think that now falls under that. I could be wrong. But i think they've just recategorized. What is considered beer for the ta. Whatever the abc is here the cnbc. And i think hard capuchin now falls under that. I say for twenty one to buy interesting. What's the brand again june. J. any show. I'm like moonshine. Barkley but not redwood. Yeah they van. Rexel brothers makes his strategy. Attila ice cream. That i would. I would truly punch a dog for. Yeah i know what you me now. It is okay. There brought absolutely wonderful products in my life like this handcream us called levin lecce which does not have milk in it. It's a beeswax base thing and has tons of essential oils and when your hands are dry or you wash your hands a lot like i do. It's re- it's actually brian. You bobby. This is delicious. Handcream called mainz which i think is French and of pun is. It's this this hand cream that you bought me is as heavy as that totally necessary in the winter months now. There's some other stuff that i really love that. I actually wanted to buy you for not for this consumption. But it's part of your christmas present. So i want you. Can you open your christmas present. We can talk about the product. But i don't think i have it. Oh you have it okay. So one of the things. I had to search down and it was very hard in. The rest of the stuff are just basically like the best of the best. That new mexico has to offer three weeks in their business. Wasn't i love a local a gift with some local flair. This is this is not a coffee out print. Oh my god out of print. You can't get this anymore. This is kind of coffee. Table book by helmet newton. His photography called portraits. Elizabeth elizabeth. taylor is in a swimming pool. Wearing heavy gorgeous jewelry with a parrot on her fingers staring down the barrel of that camera by the way full of queer. Pictures graze everything. You just classics. You don't know how hard this book is to find is crazy. I can't tell you how much this means to me. This is going to be front and flake. 'cause i 'cause i couldn't because i found out about this book and like april a fabulous. This is how thinking just full of candy tons of dick's sure okay. Okay oh my god you know. I'm a coffee personnel. But this isn coffee pancake bits personnel. But i wanted to this. This is not have sugar in it gray and you can make it savory or sweet fabulous so do you want to read what is okay. Oh sorry yes a santa fe culinary area blue corn pignon pancake mix so this time she says pine nuts in it fabulous grainy and delicious and You cannot yeah blended. Culinary heritage is of native american spanish and anglo cultures to gourmet pancake. Anything you've ever takes you you will not you will not eat a regular pancake. Maybe maybe i'm going to breakfast for dinner situation later. Put you seek input syrup. Powdered sugar jam. Or you can go scrambled eggs on top shirt. You can put like a nice green chili sauce. Baby baby this is fast co op. 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The store is called food for less our friends. leepo also by the home depot. Which is again a very weird. They just so weird vibe food for less. It's food number four. It less is a gnat time. Yes truly because they came up with that of nineteen thirties. Food four less our friend. Sabrina julie's swears bias a former guest of groceries throwing swears by it. She lives near credits. The she thinks she's could ever do the only thing she could absolutely correct so for less a national grocery store chain it's owned by kroger god and by national. It's only actually they call it national. It's only in. Four states was in california illinois indiana ohio but sort of covering a lot of the country just in those four states so sort of west coast midwest nearing east coast. It's started in california and was conceived. The name and logo were conceived in the nineteen thirties by a man named luke. Fowley who developed chains of a chain of stores a one cup valley's one called food for less and food for less was the one that he did. That was sort of like a costco. It was like a warehouse no frills format because what he wanted to net thirties. Yeah because what he wanted to do because it does cost money to sons nuts but it does cost money to take things out of a package and sell them separately. Do i mean when you are shipped. A big box of something it does take manpower and therefore money to you know what i mean. It just takes every single step just two times money instead of putting i assume back. Then they'd have a big burlap sack full of flour. I put it into mason jars. Exactly i mean they did. Yeah but those fools were doing. Yeah no but that was the idea that and also since the thirties to present day they have always had you baggett policy. You have to condom if you go in the store. You have to bag your own groceries there and that's something always something it's always existed and it's to save you money. They're they're they're trying to find every way to cut down. Because unlike an for instance ninety nine cents store this is a full. This is the biggest supermarket. I've been in in la. The one it is like a classic texas grew up with super market and they have everything like that against since what have and they have like. I don't know why this isn't just my go-to except that i can walk to yeltsin's that's why it isn't but they have everything including like organic produce the same kinds of organic all that stuff age. Just cheaper sometimes. They'll accept accepts only slightly cheaper but other things are significantly cheaper like you could get two bottles of tide two for five dollars like crazy prices. You get a four pack of dubs soap for four dollars. You can get a red baron pizza my specialty as we all know which i revealed last week for one ninety nine ninety nine brian. The red baron. Nothing good i just like. That's a childhood thing like i. Just i remember red baron jennifer the that would make for us. And so that's why i've always come very close to my heart but this is why because they groceries didn't have to be stocked two shelves. Initially the labor costs were so low because there was just a few extra steps that for the bagging to that they keep up a few extra steps. She didn't necessarily have to do so then. Ralph's took over food for less than d. Kroger took over rouse blah blah blah. There was one store that did not go ralph's or kroger that was under this foods. Co. name foods co. was valleys and food for less one store in northern california called nugget. Which i do a prospector like permissive. And right now get was the last holdout and we're the only only excuse me. They still operate as nugget food for less so they why anger doesn't own them. I don't know the right. call it non west. It's a wild west. They're not merging with me type. A- kroger doesn't make you so we do this show one of the things that makes me the most confused is how these conglomerates work and you think about all the things that you do in your life that you're worried about if people understand them or not and these people don't give a fuck true. Don't give a fuck. They're like no honey. It's or it's now get food for less okay with it. I will also say that. And i'll get to it even more specifically later. They are the best deals in town by far because the deal with the night. I said stories like yes. You can find good deals there. But it's stuff that usually off brand or brands that didn't sell or piloted thinks that they're piloting to see if they'll take off for less. It's like real brands. that you're completely by by real. I mean just familiar brands that you see could get any grocery store and but they also have a very sort of latin angle to them at least the california the ones that illinois and ohio might be different but there is like an entire like bimbo bread section and that sort of thing and and also with the deli. They have different like behind the counter. They have like different kinds of crime. One coming from mexico. One coming from central america When they just call a latina crema which i. I don't know the differences between the specific things. But they have they've every type of cotija cheese including like cotija parmesan it's all behind the counter at big wedges. Then cut up to you. They even had those matt. And this is the greek thing and the french thing but even had those massive briny bricks of thatta that they cut up for you behind the counter and delicious. did you get any. I didn't i should've though because that is i. Love briny wet chunky fem. That sounds so good absolutely. They also have those sort of in addition to having a full deli with like sakes and chicken breast and which by the way a lot of grocery stores. Don't even have anymore. I know it's true prepackaged. This is you get this. And that's it a full deli. Everyone was so helpful and sweet. Who worked like everyone. There really seemed. I almost want to say like at least behind a deli. Like they seem just really into it like they just seemed like they were there too like. They really enjoyed their jobs. And we're so just nice. Everybody not just me everybody there. They also but they also sort of then this is a regional thing. They have like whole chickens but the whole chicken so the head eat the breast. The legs defeat. Oh you see the face all of it. They had beef tongue. They had several different kinds of trip. But in addition to that they had sort of which is a healthier way to be no as true. Absolutely if you're not making chicken broth out a chicken feet. You're doing it. You're doing it wasteful. They also had hot fresh fresh. They were but they were hot. Cheech s which like terrific. And literally i would have brought you some except that they were like hot right then and so i so we know. I know what happens when things are not anymore. It's just as miss good young. We bring you a moldy cinnamon cinnamon roll for my kia. Exactly now. Food for less does not have a twitter presence at all There's one local one that has a twitter account that's in northern california but it has like two hundred followers and a blurry profile picture so no in. The last post was from twenty thirteen so as managing that. But i will say that when food for less mention didn't tweet fucking rich shit. Goes down there so one and i didn't see any of this at the one i went to because again. These are all different stores across the country. This little girl and food for less staring at me. So i'm staring back. What's up little girl grace. What is the next one for the too low light bitches who assaulted my grandpa the food for less than the restaurants money. I hope a fucking car hit you on the way out. I went to whole foods to see what the hype is about an l. a. I'm gonna stick to food for last same the next one when affected food for less start selling. Tv's another prison as the only black person in the entire world to has seen nineteen seventeen. I will answer any questions. Anyone has about any part of the film and then someone replied. Is it good or is it. Food for less as version of saving private ryan. I really liked it. But i never want to see it again. Which was any movie next one. I'm in la. They have a fucking shoe palace and food for less watts. First of all audie mind fantasy. They had an insurance company in mind at an auto insurance. Oh there's a shoe place inside the shoe palace. Which is off broadway inside a california. La location of food for less. But it's not the one. I went to and honestly in hindsight that was a humongous mistake. I didn't read between. Till after i went to the boot for less i went to and this is a great shot up to the food for less worker and people online who told me to cut them because they noticed that man behind me had been following me fabulous. Be safe always check your surroundings. So the checker. My guy who check me out also was so nice. He was like he's like he was my day off but i wasn't doing anything so i just asked if i could pick up a shift and he was like houses take off and other time and it was like we'll make sure you take when he was like i will but like then i have to get to have nice conversation with people like you. It was so nice. That doesn't sound like la at all. It was very nice. I forgot to mention earlier. I can't believe i forgot this. While we're talking about cash use the co op. Hires people with there. Not everybody's able bodied and it's really. My favorite cashier is deaf. And so i started learning some sign language to communicate with her. It's been really like. I feel like it's nice to like probably you visit food for us to communicate with people who probably don't wouldn't see on a day to day basis or like best practically any i mean i surround myself with the aristocratic if nancy pelosi with anyone who is a politician or is played. One that's my vibe. Tahiliani taylor yeah exactly catherine. No catherine zeta jones no No one who was in grey's anatomy katherine. I call her kate as you should talk. Catherine she was in some movies too. She was notoriously very to work with high goal. Thank you so. Gather nicole okay. There instagram presents is the bombshells. She should have been she got. You might be in bombshells. The movie was called bombshell. But you might be in bombshells. The sequel the sequel squeak while hundred followers on instagram. And that is a national account. It's called at my food for less and doing some like cute things like they've drink recipes and that sort of thing and they had one that was. They knew they were in on the joke. It's mortifying it's called the filthy milkshake recipe sue. I love the word. Filthy ingredients half ounce vanilla vodka. Half an ounce of chata cream liqueur three scoops of private selection double vanilla ice cream. Three skips kroger chocolate syrup. Splash of milk garnished with whipped cream kroger chocolate syrup. Red and green sprinkles skewered red cherries. Here's the kicker and skewered brownies that i was. I was sort of on board and now sprinkles and brownies and that's for one survey. Yeah and you put the brownies on top or do you put them in a sewer. You literally take all of yeah except a longer on almost like you would put on a grill. So multiple brownies. What was the picture. Like a full brownie or brownie. It looks like too much obviously but the fact that they called filthy pretty great. It's sort of a makes me think they know what they're doing. Yeah most but also like it's phil because it has what it has alcohol on it but then like the rest is phil diabetic. Filthy people love them on. Yelp people really even on twitter. Love them like there's definitely like a following it distorts. Because i think just because there's so much cheaper so on yelp this sort of capsulated my experience. This store has everything would find it. A whole foods or trader joe's just a fraction of the price. There's no. There's no other way i'm going to shop anywhere else. Overly i will say that. It's not as like it's not a nice presentation. I don't give. It is like sort of like badly lit. I don't think any music on. It feels like a costco whole foods in west. Hollywood yeah is this show is always been it. Looks like raccoons have been through it. You know they have a huge freezer section every kind of ice cream a mops brooms candy. They've got that too. I'm reading this off of your day. Free parking in the front lot side. Lot and the subterranean lot. That's another thing so much parking food for less as food for all. Also you're right across from us to be sunsets. You can go ahead and grab a snack than head over for a show very convenient. Someone else wrote. There's always some sort of promotion. There's good prices a funny cashier and a great show that is true. I don't even need to watch telenovela tonight. Just go to food for less than a friday night and that's for everything. I even saw lady walking her cather. There wants to thumbs up. They really are. They truly are the best deals in town. Color blocking is incredible. But you know. I'm like a sucker for but they had like different bottle colors of bleach so there is a hot pink. There was an awkward the and it just looked so pretty on. I took a bunch of pictures of that sort of thing because they do that. Really well they also. The carts were enormous. They also just the they have a bright yellow top basket and metal bottom basket and this was another color thing altogether when the karlstad together it's gorgeous. It's like a really nice. Feel an cartoon sturdy and beg like flight of the bumblebee. They'll look like exactly yeah. They have big sizes of things and regular sizes of things so numbers. You can buy in bulk or not. Most of the stuff is not in bulk but a good portion of it is a colgate toothbrushes and toothpaste. Were on sale for eighty eight cents. I bought five. Yeah and they were not like again. These were not knockoff. Toothpaste toothbrushes these. Were just grabbing go. Do you know how they do it. Besides the no bags and then whatever. I think that's a lot of us. I think they also they just don't stack things nicely like a lot of these things like the to pressures. In this special things like the eight cents all the promotion basket big baskets like. And you just grab him. Tied was on sale for five. Which i mentioned a four-pack of does so was four dollars. Cucumbers for for for dollar. Their ganic stuff again is a lot cheaper. But it's the you can get a little bit cheaper but for regular like groceries. I can be any sort of good and that sort of thing. It's all there and and and you're going to surface to it just isn't you're not getting a crazy. Can you get detergents that that aren't like private heavily perfume ice. I'm sure you can. I only looked at the on that iowa. I'm sure that you can They had in the also. The vegetable section was much more diverse. They had enormous hickam. 'as enormous papayas. They had you know. I'm a for she cake they had. They were enormous. I will say this though. Most of the cakes were cracked. Which i don't know what that means. They would just had cracks in them over baked or something must be. Yeah yeah they had high biscuits in book tamarin in bulk rice and beans and book They had other spices and stuff in bulk. Plenty plenty of spices. And i wouldn't say plenty. They have a few more than that in in bulk. They have something. Look completely disgusting. That i've seen in a ralphs a mosaic white gelatin cake what is just like a white jello cake with a bunch of color in it like like green. That's for in rats. Who grew up in the fifty s very fifties type of thing. They had mega marshmallows. They there were huge biggest marshals of ever saying like this. Is your hand chocolate peanut butter. Cheerios was. I've never even heard of now. They had an this is weird. They had an emergency exit in the middle of the store that wasn't connected to an excess but it was like a door that if you've got to close to started beeping but all it did was you would push on that during you still would have to end. It was like a hallway that did didn't go to the ceiling. Either picture of it. I'll show you and you'd have to just run to the end of the story. That was still open through this. Run of the you know. So do you think it runs through their warehouse. Space in the back. I cast but it also cut through the middle of the store and emergency exit was just door height and it didn't go up by the wall. Didn't go all the way stealing their just. Don't go through this one door in the middle of the storm. Does it feel like some kind of weird throwback fire code thing possibly the beauty aisle with like shampoos and soap and that sort of thing had security cameras every five steps. You're on camera. Like at a big tv monitors every five steps. You aren't garra. Also had a section called chips and pretzels like on the hill chips and pretzels. Candy popcorn diet. Why would they put that in doubt How triggering it also said raisins on. That was the dial just raisins. basically it was like raisins and like atkins bars a had atkins bar years ago. Maybe years i had one when like atkins was like starting to bill. Gross they also. This is my favorite thing i've ever seen. You know the like gift card. I'll you can buy gift cards like red lobster olive garden or wherever homedepot soap. They had a gift card there. Which i'm sure other places. I just hadn't seen it called the happy guy gift card. Which was a gift card for guys. These were the so you can buy into. Nominations like fifty one hundred to five hundred. Like you would any gift card money on it and you can give this as a gift. A happy guy gift card and you can use it at either home depot buffalo wild wings burger king. Autozone or lord and taylor. I had no idea why no idea. Why the person who did you look up. The who the happy guy hobbit yet. I took a picture of it. But i hadn't yet. They also very strange things behind glass so they had like regular ground coffee like just ground coffee out in the store but the folger's brand of ground coffee they had behind glass but they had fancier coffees out. Because that's one that's stolen. They also had head and shoulders behind. Glass and axe body spray behind glass and red bull. Shit i've never seen like you see like formula and that sort of thing behind cigarettes. Obviously if you're putting formula and they all are copy behind glass you better start figured it service your people in a way like if your community need that like you gotta let them steal it. As far as i'm concerned putting a fucking thing to have you ever tried these talkies. No so this is like a latin dorito. they're hugely popular. Do you like spicy. You don like my taste. Buds have turned over so this is like a hot chili pepper in line. And this is like the go-to brands. This is not ghost pepper. I can eat it. It's so good rolled up and you got like addicted to them. I personally think they're better than doritos ship so bear so so fucking good various. I mean yeah. They are a chip. Wow but they're delicious. Also i saw these cheetos flavors shots of what everything's going to give us diarrhea the so you don't have to try. These are also the spicy bimbo or whatever. Why is everyone into these many everything many now. Because it's like. Oh it's i don't eat as many. Do you eat more. It seems like that's a psychology so these are these are just tiny flaming hot asteroids and they're called flavor shots like he's just dumped. He's on your mouth at once. Oh shit this is. These are dangerous. Then all these gorgeous pastries who knows if a labour shot. Yeah so they sell these cookies. There from their bakery called piggies nearly sold out. It looks like a gingerbread. But i'm not sure this one is called novia which girlfriends if you're going to put a toe to toe with flavor shots talkies talkies heads head over fist. Say i say wrong for sure. I do on an this is a tortuga. So now he's turtle and hispanics so aaron you can try or not may i do. Don't forget these are still like grocery store baked goods so they're not gonna be terribly good but they're interesting looking in with pink icing. Yeah this is the tortuga which means turtle as i said earlier in spanish join. A few remember was like our meat. Bread is very satisfying service. Teeth that's good. Actually this is the novia. Same thing except yellow. Yeah you want some of that one. What is i mean. it's been friend. Oh no the oh to. But i didn't get that one. This one looked better. That tastes like posting. Yeah that's why. I got at any patients that tastes like pussy. Don't like eating it. i just like tasting it. Yeah i get. This is the piggy says. It looks like ginger brady. Is it ginger molasses. Oh dang it's good. It has deep deep sugar taste like around rugged sugar a is a little. Bit reminiscent of trickle. Breath a trickle. Bread molasses based bread is very molasses. This interesting it's like a very big soft gender gingerbread cookie. Yeah you're right. So i guess it is sort of like that any of this okay. I can't i know. I can't go from flaming hot takis and Then i brought a couple of just want to taste them right now. But i loved the flavor of tampa. And i don't know if you do. I do some of you might. It's a tamarind lollipop. Yeah how am. I supposed to put this in my mouth. I know it's huge. It's very wide and very flat. Also you can give it to you. Know valentine or something. That's a great idea. Have to be funny. Funny valentine angie for less love it did you buy other did you have a lube no loop no lube nowa lou. But do you think that's like services a bunch of catholics. Yup maybe because there were no condoms either. Plenty of like what about birth control tests. Yes they did. They did a pregnancy tests. Did it pregnancy test. I did birth control. That's because that's where minds go. But i think alike birth control work. Exactly exactly. they should call. They should name. What did my birth control work. that'd be such a great one. for rail. they did have pregnancy tests. They did have other was a big deal on always pads. That was one. that's great. I was one of the processes you could get. It was like they had three in a pack. But you could get there. Were a dollar each or something. Now listen if you don't wear pads and you like those prices go buy a bunch and give them to the women's shelter true guess. What a homeless woman. It's very hard to use. Tampons people need tampons and sox the deal. That's food for less. i love it. what's your what's your rating. I forgot to get to know. The ambiance is not great. It isn't a good looking store inside or out really. But i was. I literally this is. I've always seen this wine commercials. I am shocked by these prices. I really was by jaw was on the floor. I couldn't believe it. I couldn't believe my eyes and shit goes down there in a fun way so i can't wait to go. One girl in another location cod what happens. She's two girls came up to a sort of pushing her. Okay i would take that over whole foods any day totally. Okay we got some returns. And receipts who amy westfall says. What do you do when someone is tailgating new following you on your heels when there is playa space for them to go around you in an aisle. This seems like it because food for less had a similar experience. Some yelp review. Although that's a little more intense. What would i do. I guess i would either. Which this doesn't serve you come to a grinding halt or stop. Turn around and say. Hey what's up. i guess. Or i'm gonna run for my life. I would stop allah. Good car chase move. Yeah and they'd they'd have to go around. Yeah just stop dead in your tracks. Just get really interested in those red beans that are passing by. Yeah and or just you know what you should do as you pass the red beans me to make sure. Hopefully it's an. I like that and you just say under your breath but so they think oh shit. I'm gonna fart hard. And then what they do. That's great and if you don't feel like you wanna talk to yourself you can pick up the phone and pretend you're calling someone to tell them yes. Call someone and get deliver bad news. you know. just say divorce. Now when we lived in los villas And by we. I mean me and my ex-husband scher and our friend melissa There was a back house in the in the on the property and there was a kid who lived there and he would always come and play on the porch when i was working our front porch and it was. I hated it. Because i was like look in the window and i was like. Hey buddy working go back to your side then ever worked so then i started pretending to be on phone calls in screaming i would never scream a customer service but i would just like pretend that worked of course so people will absolutely respond if you're making if you're inc fake angry on a fake phone call. Yes john. baird says l. a. do grocery stores have nicknames in atlanta. The krogers have specific names to reflect source personality like disco kroger gay kroger kosher kroger hipster kroger crowbar because of the bar in it called the king daddy and everyone's favorite murder kroger. I know rock and roll. ralph's. I wish i did though. But there's so many different grocery stores here that's true we don't have a lot of we don't have a really monopoly style. No it's all. It's a lot of a of vaughn's and then a lot of whole foods. Yeah but not even really a lot of whole foods. Now and a sprinkling of gilson's and a lot of trader joe's for that's got the entertainment industry we can do better. I agree with you. Know what if you want if you're in la and you want to give nicknames to everything except for rock and roll. Ralph's is already has it. Then you send them to us and then we will make it so henderson handerson forty-three said are y'all gonna do a cost code up costco episode in the future. But not this season honey. Season's done piano days. I'm obsessed with the podcasts. Can you please do one on a vegan. Grocery store know what i don. They're locking la. I'm happy to what are they no. I'm kidding i'm happy to do a beacon grocery store i just if i don't know one. Oh you know what is going to be great for season. Two to rip into last month's over all that bullshit did rip. Hot take whole foods has the best calendar selection of anywhere. I disagree. I just told you about three of the best calendars of oversee edge. There's no cats playing star wars scenes. That's true but in terms of accessibility might be whole foods. I mean because there's only one of your store right right right right right. I drive accord cobra by designs as i i-drive forty minutes to shop at gucci kroger. Another guy because the four logo kroger stores are as nice. How far do you go to shop at nicer grocery store. I have a nice when right up the street. And that's the one. I shop at however food for us to sort of changed the game from august. I wouldn't be a high end bunch. I just want to kill so so. I've never but i'm trying to think of ever travelled for like a specialty food grocery store. I have gone to a glendale grocery store in italian market there. I've done that before there. When you when you have to go get something specialty. Like for example this is going to make me sound like a real asshole. But we had rock latte for christmas eve or for new year's eve dinner because all class okay rock let is. i guess. It's a type of cheese but you can also do different cheeses with rock so that makes no sense to me. But in switzerland. What do it's the thing you can get all winter. Basically it's a big block of cheese. They put a heating source on the bottom and then it melts slice it off and they put it over roasted potatoes pickle pearl onions horrific brad. Oh my god. It is the most decorated. Thanks so and it's not. It's actually for if you're going to eat a lot of people. It's a really cheap dinner but we got it. We had to go to a special d'ici shop for that because obviously you can't and it's also it's like it's a seasonal thing and like so first pretentious shit like that. You have to travel far or in la if you need something that is considered ethnic food if you need a special like korean spies or a special like indian spice those stores and they're not usually in the city so it's not necessarily that you're going to be it i think it. La it depends on how much you like to cook things that have children gradients specialty ingredients. That aren't just your run of the mill fucking chicken dish that you're gonna make you know if you like to be experimental and really explore other cuisines. I think you have to drive far far distance. Sometimes you have to go to the valley deep deep in that valley. Well listen a lot of people also want to know what the deal is season two. It's coming i think so. Nobody's reno reno so we. We're going to be announcing the specific dates on throwing shade. Yes keep looking at our instagram. Page please keep recommending groceries to people because now you can binge the full season one and by the way it's a premium dot com promo code shade. And it's a free month you could if you really want to bend you. Should you see the whole episode because this is truly a highlight of our lives. I'm no joke in a sea. Of and i think you've really hurt us to and here's the thing heard not hurt. We you heard our feelings. We are planning big things for season two and that means grocery stores and other states that means exploring potentially flirting with the idea of going to the fancy food show. We've got so if you have any other stuff that you think costco's a great suggestion was absolutely on the list and it doesn't have to be in california now and especially when we're going on tour we're going to be wrapping up some grocery store adventures. That's right we're going to do so. Just keep thinking about what we can do and in the meantime.

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Slashdance

Disturbed: The American Horror Story Podcast

39:29 min | 1 year ago

Slashdance

"Welcome to the latest episode of just her the American story podcast still figured out how to do the intro music fear that'll be on the next episode I promise you that blood gmail.com I am going to put that link right now on here disturbed should have to say is hey man go to lynch story and equal and let's if I find it I did you can send email to us at disturbed podcast at you can also go like if you go to our facebook page you can communicate with us we love to get in conversation also you can send us an email also has our webpage on there which has if you go to that it has a donate button if you want to support the show and help keep things going in paradise tune in radio and radio public all of those links are on our link tree now so if you're somebody who listens Ipod bean let's just go to the main one until I get it worked out you can send that to unless I haven't on here hold on already screwing things up WanNa once again mentioned we have been putting all of our links on our Lincoln tree you can go to L. I. N. K. T. R. Die were on stitcher apple podcasts Lipson Player FM. I'll tell which I'd never heard of Hod being listened notes pod bad right now we have links to I'm GonNa just read through our facebook instagram twitter you can get if you if you are looking for us on a different podcast it's like I think we suspected everybody is completely a disaster the show and is great though our email it says so there you go that's our that's our linked sugary Scott everything that we shouldn't have to go through all that every time dot e slash disturbed and from there or I'm sorry disturbed pod so you've got a victory pot of their uncast g mail dot com I hope that works I don't know how that'll work as far as something you can click on but it's here we'll figure that part of it out so let's get into this slash dance slow excited what a great name what a great great episode go there click on it boom now you know where you can get where you can subscribe these are really cool pod catchers I had not seen a lot of them so I'm really excited that we're there from what I've seen it's a really cool who used to get yeah yeah and I don't know if it worked or not Chris if you go to link tree you could an analyst episode when they went into the nurse's office to find the keys and what's but there was something that I was like I wasn't even thinking like oh she's in on it or she's it was just there was something that was like she didn't seem they went over and started looking through Brooke started going through the desk trying to find the keys and Rita the nurse just stood there right it's her office about that later in the show stay tuned ooh okay so yeah I was complete Louis I was completely struck by the fact that she didn't get the keys and then tonight I wouldn't go over to her own desk just grabbing my Rita Yeah right right rita all I literally just watched it I am full of things I wanNA talk about me too I got that about half hour ago all my gosh before we jump in okay I'll tell you exactly what it is I can actually pinpoint the moment now that I'm thinking about it it was in the last episode we may have talked about this yeah I was I was surprised repeatedly through this one like stuff I just like Vietnam flashback whatever self yet so she's not the real killer and she actually ambushes nurse Rita spoiler she got there in the car of the Rio Rita so this whole entire episode is they're doing backstories on ally I think we talked a little bit about Kinda fence about the season and this one just got me off there were twist upon twins the twins light I was questioned like the nurse something seemed weird about her I mean yeah exactly yes she is actually some psycho psychologists that what's the interview all these serial killers mass murder that's later it wasn't that you know here's another thing about Rita as long as we're talking about readout win his look that up for us but gives us it took me to our page which you wouldn't have the password for but maybe takes you to your g mail and it sends an email to us I'm putting joins us live now on our facebook group so hopefully somebody will join us here we'll do we have any listeners going on right now that's Ted Bundy where she keeps saying it's pornography and the killing in Asia that caused crazy it'd be real killers and smart right and the first thing she says is you don't very tired for a graduate student in a doctoral program and he goes on and I thought I thought there's going to be more to this story than even what we know right now what we know is she one who she did it in the last so we see her again and she's meeting with quote Unquote Rita Right studying serial killers and she went and she saw jingles and she's got this hypothesis that she's trying to work and we're like okay this way up there and steal sir great yellow rabbit convertible Y'all typical what you think the the the person who went bike retailers that's the one I shared so hopefully that'll work yeah give vocal completely digging it also can be is this is what the story is going to be but that comment about her not being tired I don't think she's even a psychologist I think she's going to be what are those those I bet those are her keys got there somehow no she did not okay and she runs over she starts going through that then you get the keys after he jumps through he comes with a window at her and I was like why didn't she do that the last and something seemed we're you didn't see coming they're questioning I was questioning I hate to say it this way because I don't want you to think that I actually like knew anything was going on I really did she cares right kill whoever to get to whatever but I don't know if she's there to kill jingles well I mean see she said enough so he old by one of these serial killers and she's GonNa Learn what she can add eradicate the serial killers like she's flipped and become the psycho you either a reporter or a superfan of serial killers moore a former like maybe her kid was killed. Okay okay I'm back so let's see I already forgot ninety bogle both of the wing could you share that well I mean as we go forward that they aren't really hurt keys so she has no idea what they are probably looked down on for like two seconds newspaper and it had the picture of the camp opening his hand his finger when immediately to her right and and he dr here's here's like this California girl while hair blue eyes she was she was right she went in to talk to a man it's Orla Brady is the name of the actress because we have a good friend who Orla Brady that we saw over there with we went to Ireland we went and saw her and her well to offer new husband they've been married quite a while but it's the first time we'd met him Dr Mia Mind Hunter Brian Hundred Religious Psycho mindhunter Yeah right I believe because he did all in one shot wondering whether this adult he's a serial killer version of injury in candidate maybe Ma a serial killer or not we don't know I'm sorry he's a spree killer about minor characters I guess is the way to put it or some of their back stories on some of the people and who thinks his nursery data is not nursery he could escape and told them exactly how to escape which will convenient but it's it's Kinda it was kinda shirt was is walk up and they're like we're Mr Jingles what did they call themselves like Jingle Faux jingles or something I don't know who cares Jonas is he's a mass murderer the only killing ever did was at that camp we do know that he did some killing at the camp we've seen him killing tonight a mass murderer as of eight out of the right out of the eighties and the Rena kills are takes her car and drives up that's why she could find the keys because she had no idea what it was do your typical slasher Bill I can't find the keys I gave her the keys and ended the absolute I got him in your head gets yeah right he's still we still because he goes I went into a haze psychotic break and I did all these murders yep all Mitt Yeltsin right but then there's the the the the guy they called him wide load IMDB I love this but I mean but at the time I didn't know and I was thinking I wondered why and then when I saw her I forgot that until he's a mass murderer is a master he's not a serial killer mass murdered we just we felt right but what age because he walks up and like totally ready to cut this guy down to the Guy Hey man I'm just one of you guys and please let me do this and he's the coolest yeah hey all the camps opening here there's three hundred you right exactly like you could figure that out right but but but they still don't really address the fact that he may not be the serial killer that he made those dreams guy and didn't do the killings because I saw her go to the desk and then I was like got him found I'm like what what's so now we know let's go then he gets killed in the pit which was great great Exchan- I I did like that he didn't talk for ten years he's talked to the first thing he says is I lost something so Hyper Foods Co. hypo everything that could be what's affecting US high fructose corn Syrup two thousands thing to say the Baxter she's a serial killer serial killer that could be it I mean who knows although Dexter didn't kill innocent whereas for her I don't think it's like an eighty thing to say it's like you would say that now of course has gone everybody so it's really great who knows maybe it was her maybe it will you know who we didn't see his associates up well you know that was just it when he when she handed him the news check his pulse no he did he went over but he didn't actually because there would have been a false he so she goes on some go strips as he walks away looking well he goes I know my mom paid you to take me Dan if you watched later when they pull him off it was up here so that's shoulder me he might bleed out but he might not so some preppy fraternity and some guy accidentally pledged fall down the stairs during L. Knight and ray of course Ed just seeing her makes me want to stab her a lot right earning her name is Margaret it's those gross character in crude mad at her God with the guy was standing over the pit you do it right you do it was gonna be wide load that they were gonNA push they focus by number one before this happened race spills his guts why he's escaping here's another backstory dot ray was in God that was great they show like Dude Craig it's like what am I got that was amazing there was another one I didn't see coming I just WANNA get design jiggles there's one bigger loser than me and I got like I can't I can't kill you overreacting guys dead I wanNA push them out the clip in his car and make it look like it's an accident the guy wakes up yes maybe maybe because he killed all the kids and he just wants to kill her 'cause fat and he's not bad he's just creepy janitor do Navy he's maybe ethic so then wait around what's what's his character with the gun so I may have done this but he doesn't he doesn't know what he's doing he will doubt resolving did it with his thumb which you have a pulse in your bum so you never take a pulse your thoughts so not technically whatever so he did the the common they think he's dead because he's all freaked out fall into a spike trap we've just kind of like right Outta Rambo look I'll eighty movies will shut gets impaled out of speed I've been over there it's probably a trap if Margaret is really trying to capture jingles maybe she's trying to capture him so he can't tell her secret lie we think we've seen now as the best guys who you guys dress of all my watch the way that carwin down there I mean it didn't like flip over anything really survive right down the hill probably maybe he's going to show up and regardless maybe that's her trap is that but these boneheads fell in and and now they killed somebody and air check yelling they save as they're pulling them out they see what they think as Mr Jingles locking right pepper be the loser kid and now that he's GonNa Chase after Ray at this point so then Riggs he's not gonNA show up the race story lines over Hannah after their excursion with the you know they're thinking the cabin ray takes off as those Xavier and trevor or walk around the shoulder probably not gonNA kill them but it hurts bad well might not kill him but that could be could punctured along which they didn't take I gotta get it for it because he's much cover right Trevor Kirchner Trevor Rubber Vive you're buying ray there with monty the they they had it was funny because when it first showed it looks like it was pretty far down which right here you're getting you're getting lung right survivable it's almost there he'll be ok he's his tickled but so I mean supposed to be clever guy wakes up and then he put his clever the guy supposedly we don't know but the once again we didn't see that he died if he leaving anybody behind people met like five minutes ago I whatever so that they their their intent is going to same that was the music I rob southgate with me Chris Hey Chris so we have not talked about this how dumb are those guys when they're like Oh Jiggle Senate trump did the GEICO's maybe the other guy did it the other guy how much time do they think these guys had there was a giant bit you can't dig at like five minutes really no kidding so that seems to me like it's GonNa be Barbara Call that Margaret yet 'cause jingles on the guy's neck and they've been at that three everybody stops at that tree right for everybody that tree and the pit is like ib securely belt they show it 'cause Xavier as a running around they literally are at the cars in can leave Xabier Trevor like we go save Burger you Margaret there been anybody that a giant pit it's not like those guys were screaming the entire time at how so the breakfast says you know what he's got a Shetty I got two tickets to the show I got guns rate and I and of course when they put it up against the tree like that I had another Friday the thirteenth flashback when he puts zip line oh they they do this he's got to chat thing in the chest pass out just like not hurting the whole thing up man other eight eight they've mentioned our nurse tonight our cook they'd mentioned burden and make sure in the previews for next week so yeah did they. I didn't see the previews it leaves jet there and you know shuttle goes like other leg buddy an enraged a thought you know it's here's the keys to the motorcycle this was a great thing to Ray in Montana go to get other motorcycle to go call the police and come back yeah they get down there the motorcycle y'all seem them but raised down there with him and rape result because he's a chicken Trevor Get's the keys to the uh-huh is a bad guy we we are assuming Margaret is a bad guy jingles definitely a bad guy whether he is the Ed Guy We think he is or not I don't know let's see I was raised the first of our group to die you know it's fantastic when he was writing that motorcycle you're like what's going to happen I thought it was going to be a wire across it was gonNA chocolate set up it's the night stalker we could get away with this this way so maybe he's not the night stalker because it's very weird but I think we have an explanation as to why is I hesitate to say a bad guy but a bad guy and we know that quote unquote reading informing him and bringing him a law that kiss was fabulous when that happened I was like if they did you notice there was creek obese does yeah you home I got she'll she'll throw you off yeah he's unbelievable were when he matt like three days ago right right but that also makes me wonder if she was if this guy let's say this is her boyfriend we'll just go with boyfriend looks enough like what you would think the night stalker would will look like and she was using him like you're going to do this everyone's going to think for everybody is I mean everybody really is this is so fantastic and the thing is to me I'm a huge fan of those eighties horror movie but instead of that go Roy Trevor B. B. C. Sound yes and I thought did she stab it though she bitter yeah right she bit him and pulled him in for the kiss with Oh she he showed up at the camp and all that stuff were like what is going on is a real obviously I think yeah she's telling him she's bathing him she's bringing him not aiding him she the three of you runs basically right into Richard Ramirez richert slashes them up in the arm and of instead of leaving them check came back the goes in the cabin of Rabi and the Chicken Pizza pavilion he wants to run a lead the other three people like it's like he's like supernatural once again very Friday the thirteenth when he comes through the window when it kicks it hold door comes off the hinges and falls be kilrea in is this gonna Flash back for the wedding the her red wedding maybe it's like yellow somebody was in there maybe you know she's a friend of Richard Ramirez you look like doesn't mini is because now we know what we found out in the last seconds is he's working with this right so this is just like every trout way the dialogue is written the way the characters acting there's no way on Tanna they're trying to they're trying to kill Brooke Are Capture Brooke or whatever it is what she said waiting for the other shoe to drop this is American horse there is no way this is the show were watching Sir absolutely there is no way is it going to be next episode is going to be the episode it was just so like satisfying to me it was so funny I laughed so much during this episode and the thing is it was one of the goriest who knows but it's it's great you know cuts I love it he's driving what a Ninja motorcycle tabor's Buddy and not Richard Ramirez out by tackling oh he's a big dude whatever against the wall so they they all escape you think he's really raise up her killer and allowed Mary trope us the guy is going to be the first one guy but you guys you guys a good death it's not following it I don't know because we were around three so we'll get one or two more like this and then something's going to happen I don't know it's doing that eighty s Gore where it's like win Rita got the boat or screw her neck and then they showed it and then he turned the light on so you sought slowed maybe not going that fast but fast enough he gets his head cut up in coast like twenty feet in the vulgar over it was so bad like I mean even more clearly was was that was fantastic to Matt Morrison sitting there looking through the fish net you can see him playing his day US oats sure you know we've had a lot of Gora twisty the clown and all that that was all pretty I mean there's been a lot of Gore hotel had a lot of Gore but this one yeah rockets who gets crash racket he's driving down I mean they're just like so powerful he's driving down I was just watching that I'm waiting for the bike like with over the fence and explode it just Kinda goes on his head and the bike falls over they probably did sure he gets it so he gets it right down the throat the payoff they didn't like he walked over and she turned her neck open Donna standing right next to a hug is like really off all three of them were in the room with him just hit Brooke acts and they don't we don't know you know 'cause there's that could be why would why would my tantamount to die right you're quote unquote the look is going on here which the abuse the hell out of in the first opening the doors get back into the way right wasted a fifteen dollar voters crashes so we just gotTa gotTa laid on the ground we'll be okay yeah yeah yup jails have appropriate vision of an aunt because he you must be looking like Donald Toilet paper tube he can't see anything he's like Walker where he walks in he sees her he's she's like on the ground like oh he goes over he's got his machete it really gory look there was there was a lot of ad in this one and there was a lot of Friday the thirteenth and there was I had a I had another and kind of and he doesn't see any of them he does his thing and I love how he he did the total Jason thing in one when when she went in to talk to win Rita Quote Unquote Rita winning to talk to the completely yelled at and pointed at one that was excellent excellent so bad we just keep after whatever her name is Dr Hobble It reminded me of the man is it click you like what why why did he turn the light at you we could we could see it but it was just to give us ready to go and he looks around grabs a broken boat or and then he's GonNa hit her in the head or something I know he they're using both as a template which one think something's not real like he's maybe be Michael Myers and and Jason I think that they're oh she added this bit of and he went up and went away and she said she's the one really pulling the strings should now we know we know Montana but it's it's insane it reminded me that's a so much of that so it seems like with with with Jingles they're doing two things they're making him she she could that could be in episode four all of a sudden Mimi is there and she's his mom and she's another killer maybe it's real not like it's a reality show maybe it's not real like he's once again mentioned candidate they're filling his head with these ideas and having him play this `and God it's Joe He's GonNa pull that out it's GonNa be great he's he's so saffy it's so bad it's just so so who did we miss did we miss anybody in this one also rita the bacteria they gave raised back story would also the over let's see we saw ray we saw rita that was really perfect and he's he's I think he's I think they're going like weird science is a little bit because Bill Paxton the town of their we don't have everybody's backstory we have glimpses we have a glimpse Xavier's we have a glimpse into we don't have

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Medicinal Mushrooms, The Future of Food

One Life Radio Podcast

43:33 min | 10 months ago

Medicinal Mushrooms, The Future of Food

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Our for twenty percent off wild foods was founded out of an obsession with finding the best ingredients in the world to support health and Longevity Halio magazine though Wellbeing Journal and the International Society of Sports Nutrition be sure to go to our thorn research dispensary on our website for twenty percent off all their products and free shipping. Thank you for listening to one life. Radio baby baby her in the right place. You're listening to radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis Broadcasting Live from Dallas Texas On iheart media as well as southern California on ABC News. Talk Radio and Let's help each other feel good. I've got a great show lined up you today. I've got Sean Wells. He hasn't been on in a few weeks. We're GONNA be talking about the future of food and also college Tucker. He's the CEO and founder of wild foods. We're GONNA be talking about a wild guide to medicinal mushrooms. So got a great show lined out for you and Ronaldo how're you doing today? Good I'm alive and I'm here you're alive and you're here now. It's weird so for me working from home that may change here recently with You know some of the band's being lifted is suit is may first which is probably. I can't believe it's May already but So we we joined the thousands of other broadcasts that are doing just that You know broadcasting home. So it's getting better though you know I like I said I was really weirded out but I'm really kind of enjoying it like right now. I just stepped out on my patio looking down at Charley boy and he's waiting talent me and it's it's it's fun kind of finally finding your element first of all. You have to find a place where you're comfortable doing that. And then you know a place that you've got some space Actually take a video during the break of the show. I've got books everywhere. Everything protect Ted talks to your your body's main cry for water to the China Cookbook and I just bought the most recent copy of the China study a revised and expanded. That's one of the things that we're GONNA be talking about with Sean. Well today is the future of food and because there's so many different opinions right some people leave me some people. Don't some people you know no dairy but yet they eat eggs or fish and so it's it's really all over the place. Yeah and taking a fish. You know really great movie. Then I watched the other day and I okay so you remember the movie slash with Tom. Hanks Daryl Hannah the very the very young and hot Tom Hanks But it John Candy to who God bless his soul you know. He passed a few years back. But what a great movie family movie. You A mermaid onesie. Yeah she was a mermaid. And it's just so well done and it's it's it's it's actually refreshing because It's it's an entertaining movie for adults. But yet I watched it with my fifteen year old daughter and I wasn't uncomfortable because there wasn't like a lot of nudity. She was naked but unlike movies today. They didn't really show it and You know there's a Lotta messages in it Spec- ism you know. In a way address. Their you know kind of an abstract way and you know just the way we think about animals and the the power that the government has and you know why does why does the Fed did they had a right to hold a mermaid right. A lot of those eighty movies was like that too. I can't even think of another one right now. What some of your great eighty a Lotta Eddie Murphy movies. Oh yes ups. Oh Yeah. That's a good one. Forty eight hours forty eight hours. Yeah and I liked all of the godfather movies you know. They're always fashioned casino casinos. Probably one of my all time favorite movie too with Robert Deniro. You know goodfellas. Yeah do you remember. Do you remember the movie casino? And the Blueberry Muffin seen do I he he. That's one of my favorite scenes because I'm Kinda like that. You know if you're GONNA do something do it really well or at least try your best. Always which is of course one of the four agreements you know what the four agreements are we. Have you ever been on the air with us when we talk about it? Okay so it's a great book by Miguel. Ruiz I believe is the author. DoN'T ASSUME ANYTHING. Don't take things personal. Always do your best and be impeccable with your word and It's a great read. If you've never read anyone out there it's it's basically a great Bible to live your life to In so many ways it's just it's just packed full of really great information but You know I'm anxious to get the show started. I really am so I'm going to go to break. And when we come back we've got Colin sucker. They said he is the CEO and founder of wild. It's going it'd be talking about a wild guy to additional mushrooms. Not The magic mushrooms. Although you know I don't think they're so bad either. We're not talking about those. And we have Sean. He hasn't been on about. I don't know five weeks. We're GONNA be talking about the future food. You've not gonNA WANNA miss this show. Everyone stay two. You'RE LISTENING TO RADIO ALLEN O. Welcome back everyone did is Verna data. Although data of David we've got college suckered coming up in just a second. He is the CEO and founder of wild coats. He's obsessed the company Ab absolutely is obsessed with the truisms of health Colin lives his life. They sat in mindset like understanding our evolutionary past. He believes we can reverse are failing health to consciously designed lifestyle. He is on a mission to save as many people as possible from the dangerous dog promoted by bad science. Big Pharma and big food. Their website is wild foods DOT Co. That's wild food DOT COM are. You can find them on instagram. At Wild Foods Co. always a pleasure collins stuck. How are you doing today Shit? He's not online yet. Okay well you know that happens. We DON'T MEDICINAL. Mushrooms are something that That have been around. Since the beginning of time you know we talked about a mindset and sexual health anytime of the show with the whole Paleo Movement thing going on But when it to Mushrooms? I think there's typically two types of people those who like mushrooms and those who don't so I'm GonNa ask you when although who are you. Are you the guy that likes mushrooms as a guy that doesn't like mushroom just started liking them? I didn't like them at first but then as I got older and started eating the more I like okay. Okay so I love him. Yeah what about the texture? I'm a texture person in the texture kind of bothers me and they just. I don't know what does it bother. You taste more especially when the sauteed when a house taste tomb saute onions. Well you know. There's there's there's you know people think that That that mushrooms. I don't WanNa say this. That mushrooms are the only well first of all. They're not a vegetable. They're not a vegetable and people think they're a vegetable there but they're really not but but other vegetables like onions Broccoli. Broccoli sprouts Brussels sprouts cabbage cauliflower mushroom. All do one thing they support math elation detox pathways and so by bringing these foods into your diet on a regular basis. You're actually supporting detox. And naturally making Your Life. Kinda like a class and I was just reading. That out of doctor will book The key to -Tarian. Because we've talked about this before. Also you know mushrooms our and adapt agenda and there's a lot of different regions to and hopefully we can talk about that when we get Colin here online. But we gotta okay good. Hey Colin how you doing? Hey I'm here. Do you want to interrupt there? You go no problem. Yeah so so good to have you back on the air with us you know. Let me let me reintroduce you if somebody just jumped in the car so collins suckered is the founder of Wild Foods. He is truly obsessed with the truisms of health and he lives a life. They sat in central mindset. You can find You could fight well through at wild foods DOT Co. They are absolutely on initiative to save as many people as possible for the dangerous dog promoted by that science. Big Pharma and big food. Okay so today column. We're talking about a wild guy to additional mushroom so first of all. What are medicinal mushrooms for those that that don't understand a lot about? Yeah when people think of mushrooms they probably think about what you were just talking about like the white button mushrooms and the ones paying a pan that are. Kinda spun g you know and I agree with you on the flavor. You gotta come down a lot. That's the key but medicinal. Mushrooms are actually usually very woody very hard and they're not something that you could consume when you find them out in the wild what what you do. Is You take these hard mushrooms? And you extract them which is basically like making a bone broth you either alcohol and or water and a lot of cases. You actually do both you cook it down for a certain period of time to remove a lot of those beneficial compounds. And then you drive into a powder so that it can be consumable for humans in powder form. You can put him smoothies coffee tea or even recipes. Well there's been an explosion of of this because everybody's looking ultimately looking for a better way to live clearly. We are sick as a nation for a lot of different reasons and we really really need to look to nature to heal us. That's how I'm Westwood. I believe yeah I agree and and you know just to add a caveat there. It's the idea that culture can just take a pill or at mushroom powder do their poor diet or lifestyle and it'd be fixed you know that's part of the flawed thinking and that's why wildfires we'd like to spend a Lotta time focusing on getting people in their kitchen cooking real ingredients and then using something like mushrooms to get that added extra boost or benefit. Well and I'm looking at one of your one of your popular products here. Have it on my desk cocoa tropic? It's a wild food elixir. It's got the Raka tumor the wild Chagas extract and the ratio by shrimp. So it's got two different mushrooms in this and this particular product. Why did you pick those two particular mushrooms? Yeah they're both very popular and so they're coming to the top mushrooms that people are taking right now for functional purposes. There's actually quite a few But these are some of the most potent in most heavily researched. So the thing about mushroom is there one of the most heavily researched? This is on the planet with something. Like seventy percent of former super bowls being derived from the mushroom kingdom. And so what? That's part of what fueled the popularity over in the West. Is You know while he's a really good for pharmaceuticals. Maybe they're good for just everyday purpose and they've become a consumer product now as far as ratio. They are just two of the very heavily research mushrooms and specifically about each one charge itself is actually not a mushroom kind of an interesting category. It's actually known as a canker that grows on birch trees but it has a lot of the properties that yeah that medicinal mushrooms do and so. It's kind of been lumped in in that category as a mushroom As well but they're just both really amazing for beauty for health for for really everything when it comes to mushrooms like they basically make you a better human you know. There's so many benefits list that it's hard to really identify. You know one. I just basically tell people that they support you being a better more healthy human well the two of the ones that are in this product are also adapted Janik mushroom. And I and I'm reading from Dr Wilko's book again Kita -tarian he says that within the adapted Janet Kingdom there's also an extra special group of Medicinal Mushrooms offer some of the same hormone balancing benefits as the preceding adapt agents at some extra abuse. Goosing qualities to in this list. Chagas WANNA vomit and racy. There should hi Mojo. Masha shoop talk. Lion's Mane Turkey towel at Cordis up so so why these are so powerful and I know that you have each and every one of these adapted genyk mushrooms and formulas on your website right and so can we talk about the power of adapted Johnny Mushrooms specifically. Yeah so the idea of gin is that it's going to help your body adapt to stressors better so it's something that again like it's going to support your health. It's going to support you for your goals. It's not gonNA take place or be magic fix or be a pill you can pop to just you know. Patch over your poor diet or lifestyle right so the best way to think about these are really the way they should be there supplements that you can supplement to a diet and lifestyle that is holistic covers all the bases and these are just going to give you an added boost and potentially have some longevity effects and protection against certain visas that that may or may contribute. You know you can't really say these things truly things but you can say that based on certain research that's out and there has been a lot of research and I still feel like we're actually scratching the surface. I think in the next ten or twenty years. You might even have Some actual mushrooms like this. That are actually patented. And then you know get into the pharmaceutic industry and I kind of hope. That doesn't happen right but violence is still. Does it really know how powerful potent these are and you can just see a lot of case studies and and a lot of people that have are doing amazing things with them? So it's just one of those things that you can't really overdose on and it's just like a really awesome thing. I think everybody should take pretty much. Okay so what are your top five That you suggest. Or maybe there's there's not five but what are the top ones and what what's the most beneficial overall. You you you basically lose them out. It's REC- CHAGAS Turkey. Tail quarter steps in lines me. Okay and and do you have a formula with all of those in one or is it best to separate them? You know depending on where we are trying to address right right yeah We have a formula has the mall which we actually launched later on when we realize that people really just combining them themselves so we we got you know in a formula all five of those But if you are trying to use the mushroom for certain purpose like let's say Rishi which is actually a calm eight and can help with sleep. Then you might not want to have something in their course which might be a little bit of energy boosts so like okay. You can have the individual mushrooms but then if it's just for general health or maybe like in your morning smoothie or coffee I do the five x just to get them all in there because they're all going to be beneficial and it's not really going to do anything that's going to conflict with my day very well. How do I WANNA say this supplementary specific for example? I remember seeing on the shelves somewhere recently about a and I don't remember which mushroom I was. But specifically targeting the immune system deliver a liver cleanse like all these different things. It's actually pretty fascinating. Yeah that that was probably Rishi. Actually it was the Rear Java. Okay well so so. How did you become so interested in restaurant? What's what started that in U That goes back to my origin story. Just when I made that connection between the foods I was eating and and how a sourcing and wanting transparency into you know what I was putting my body and how that there was a connection there to how I slept how I performed how I looked and when I made that connection. That's principle that light bulb moment. That went off. It was like okay. Obviously the better quality ingredients closer nature. It is the better I do and then I just went down that detour grab hold trying to find each product that could support health and that I would use them a regular basis and just find the highest quality. I could of that and just kind of stick to that is part of my repeat What are some other products that you're excited about at wild food? Any new ones and develop you know we do. We actually just came out with a pre pro- Prebiotics probiotic and then we actually speak. Hugh Mushrooms came out with a mushroom combat. Actually has eight of the mushrooms and so as a couple more of those less Common Mushrooms that are still beneficial. They just don't have as much cross around them. And so those are two. I'm pretty excited about and really also been thinking about just keeping it simple for people and just kind of getting down to the basics. So it's of course it's the fish oil. I think that religiously as well as give it to my son take the Collagen religiously and then when we have stock of the Royal Bank which you were out of stock for quite a few weeks That's also a staple already. Have you implemented any other nutritional supplements during the covert nineteen crisis that we're going through? Yeah been experimenting with some elderberry. And we're actually that's another one. I forgot to mention. We have in the works as an elderberry complex. Which has been Nine I demand for obvious reasons. Yeah I'll be a bottle that one that comes out. Oh I can't wait. I just actually bought some The other day I bought guy up and the nighttime one because I do feel that. That's a really good brand and it's produced in Italy so I believe that the Italians do things really. Well watch their food. Quality standards are very high. And they are they. Are they better for destination of protection around their cheeses and Mozzarella Parmigiano Reggiano? It's it's actually really fascinating. I feel like we should copy their model states vulnerable. Absolutely in fact it's funny. You say that because Parmigiano Reggiano is one of the things that I really have trouble giving and I only eat very little bits of it because I truly like about ninety five percent Vegan but I saw like a little trick in label trick that they had at a grocery store the other day where they they. Didn't it said it said Parmesan but it wasn't Reggiano regime no it was Parmigiano Reggiano Or something like that. And they're trying to you know that's that's that's false because Parmigiano Reggiano as you know is producing a certain specific area a region and Italy and it is known for hundreds of years of being one of the finest cheeses on the planet. And and you're right with some really great bacteria I at aggressive cows small batch completely controlled no pesticides. Nothing artificial they do they do it right over there. I mean you know you take pride in our food system and produce certain things and really protected because you know if we can make the connection between health and also just quality of products flavor texture like when the quality food product. It tastes better. It's better for us better for the environment. You know everybody wins and you know hopefully we can move to that model and fix our broken food system but yeah you do. Yeah no it's right now. Our really crazy times too but you know I appreciate you jumping on the air with us. I really do any final thoughts. You want to get out to our listeners about lawsuits more. Just get in the kitchen. Now is an opportunity to to try some recipes or pick up that that hobby or that thing that you were putting off and I just think people cannot be sitting at home all day and sit in front of a screen and buying into the news cycle and worried about what may or may not happen. I think people need to get outside the cooking time with their family build routines I mean. Now actually look at habit. Research is the perfect time to get yourself like the thirty sixty ninety days to build really good routines that and then make them stick. And then you'll have those for the rest of your life so I would just take advantage of this opportunity absolutely and you know after all man who's been using mushrooms for centuries to remedy all kinds of various Ellis's they've been chopped ground to to foil route entity admit to cure everything from the common cold to fatigue. I'm reading that off your website so everyone check them out at wealthed DOT COM Collins. Thank you so much always a pleasure. Take care of yourself and have a have a great Have a great day. But you usual all right. Everyone stay tuned. We've got Sean Wells coming. We're going to be talking about the future of food. Stay tuned wildlife. Radio is what you're listening to turn. Sir Pro shines can law for right now. I'm live on radio and I've got sean wells on the line. We'll be talking about the future of clued. He is a registered. Dietitian certified sports nutritionist fellow in the SSN and has his masters of public health and Nutritional Biochemistry. He has been dubbed the world's greatest formulator of dietary supplements and. Sean has been on television documentaries radio PODCASTS and spoke on all stages all over the world. And it's one of the most respected experts in supplements attrition. Kito and biohacking. He has used. Kito fasting supplements and biohacking to overcome a military tumor auto immunity unity with hepatitis. Chronic Fatigue Myalgia Hasha photos and Epstein Barr along with depression obesity or at now. He's here to help you. Are Dear. Friends shot well? How are you today? I'm doing very well are you doing. I'm good I'm good. I'm sitting here with the door crack. I got lots of fresh air coming in. You know broadcasting from home and Iheartmedia. So it's really cool you and I have not been on the together I was trying to remember was the last time we were on air together. It's been like I don't know eight or ten weeks. It's been a while. Yeah Yeah. The world's turned upside down but But it's cool that we're both doing it by phone getting it over the airwaves and get her done right. We're getting there down one way or another. I'm pretty I am pretty proud of the fact that we have remained live through all the adversity over the last several months. I'm pretty proud of that. And so and you should be too because you know we do our best to try to bring as much good information as we can to everyone out there listening and I can't think of a better guy to do it. With and Sean Wells. He's on the show. It's almost the very beginning And I WanNa let you know that if you missed the show you can always go to our website when my radio dot chopped to download and listen to our podcast subscribe to our newsletter and you can also listen to our podcast on all. Podcast APP Or download the free iheartradio APP and listened to many of the world. And so I was in the new sprouts and I think the other day Shop and so I picked up and it was revised and expanded edition of China Study. And of course we've talked about this book. Many many times both on and off the air so I thought was really interesting an interesting and so when I picked it up one of the first things that I opened up to a chapter about heart disease and it says the future is filled with hope. We now know enough to nearly illuminate are most common type of heart disease. We know only We know not only how to prevent the disease. But how does successfully treated we do not need to crack open our breastplates to reroute arteries? And we do not need a lifetime powerful drugs in our blood by eating the right food we can keep our heart healthy. So Sean you know in light of the recent passing of your brother in law and he was only forty at nearly your own growth as well just a few weeks ago. I know that those statements I just read from the new revised edition of the China Study. really liked you up. So what do you say about the future of food? Well I. It's enlightening and then we can look back your dog sally. But it's an lightning that we look at like epidemiologic data like this like it was not only China. The China study but also England But in China uh they typically dewey mostly Vegan because it's expensive to eat meat and They certainly are known to eat. Healthy live longer. But there's a lot of factors to me in that as well and that They're very active. They're not nearly a sedentary with us. They don't eat the processed food that we do especially. Now it's an ultra processed food with engineered ingredients. Make US overeat. And so that's like a all. Those are are massive but I do think eating whole food like they. Eat a big part of the equation. What you what you just said Some some of the words we use like trigger things in me for example you know the animal abuse that goes on in the factory farmed. There should be no such thing. Keep their shouldn't need is not cheap. Animals are not a commodity. They shouldn't be there living things that need to be respected Like they have going back to incest times which I know that you believe in those principles I know that you do even though you are out eater. I've not But that but that doesn't mean that we can't find some common ground here right hundred percent hundred percent and I think part of that is that we're so renews from the process of how food is It made or farm or you know how we get our food. We just go in a grocery store or we're going a restaurant and we don't have any idea of how to garden or how we would raise animals on a farm when and we're just asking far removed from that so we don't have a sense of what it means to be abusive not only to animals but abusive in a way to the planet. And and that's what we're eating with plants you know by spraying with insecticides nerve aside in GMO versions of them and you know over Over farming the soils and things like that and I think that's created an entitlement especially here in America because anytime you you you that or things you deserve anything that you want when you want it you want it now you create an entitlement and and a human being which is is bad in itself. No one should walk around on this earth and feel title and certainly not about food and certainly not what I involved The life of living things like animals agreed and totally agree with that. We're so you know. What's your view on the Vegan Movement That the world seems to be embracing. I think I you know it's it's fascinating and I think it's a good thing Like I'm a Paleo file eater and encouraged that and I think the again is a part of Paleo like there's days I eat pretty much only As it is whole food when you say plants based Diet that's a really important distinction over even Vegan. And that's been like a new term because you could eat gummy bears Coca Cola and be quote unquote and this is important. Sorry what excited when I talk you because we always have conversations that you another technically mate's needs for one reason they had plenty is because food is because political. It's a cat based on. It's not as the seventh of being connotations who ideas surrounding the bit. Where people feel that people that are vegans and get their smarter better than everybody else. And that's simply not true at the at the very root of Vegan movement are people that are just they love animals so much that they can't even them putting the peace of an animal. Lots OF ANYTHING IN THEIR MOUTH. It grosses them out and so And not touch away but just from a personal way. That's how I feel. Yeah there's there's a lot of there's a lot of things that are involved in a lot of these terms and diets and and especially gets Very explosive at times so agree is a good distinction and that It does encourage not just avoiding animals. But we're avoiding You know anything. Animal based but literally Having whole plants in your diet that we know are a nutrient dense. Yeah well you know. How important is it Sean too? Because I think people who cited as to say that the quality of food to quality food that you could do and less other And also how important it is to a wide variety food agreed agreed and and again like I think getting back to the way we used to eat And you know to your point it would have been hard to eat a lot of these even in the past even if you. Are you know carnivorous or or whatever like it would be hard to catch you. Get it you know in consumer so as you see Most of these other cultures throughout the world that are You know less industrials. They eat certainly more plant based but they don't eat Over processed foods and and so I love this movements of Paleo or Vegan. Where we're seeing people eat food was meant to be eaten. Hundreds thousands millions of years ago by all species on this planet. Everything's changed in the last hundred years not for the better one. Well I agree This is a good time to go to break with that. Lots more coming up with Sean. How's we're talking about the future of food and now joining us. You're listening to one line radio. We wouldn't right back with more coming up. John Everyone is unhappy with the League is and Don Welch joining us that you're well. There's a registered Dietitian certified sports nutritionist fellow in the International Study of sports and has his masters of public health nutritional biochemistry you can find them on his website at Sean Wells Dot Com. That's S. H. A. W. N. Well Dot com or on instagram at the At ingredient in radiant allergist that the ingredient on instagram okay. We're talking about food and there's you know you eat for somebody but we eat the pleasure. Boorda utrition all these things but we must eat to survive so future food. So let me ask you this. Your Future of food will be more engineered we will. We have engineered superfoods. You think. Yeah and that's and that's a tough part of this is like You know. Gmo Some people think can be a good thing when you're adding nutrients and You know some things that certain cultures might be deficient in like you know when you had certain view vitamins to Rice or you things like that and gm Oh we can also see potentially not as healthy and you know I'm reading about You know obviously like the beyond Burger beyond meat and and all these things have a lot of ingredients and people questioning. Is this healthy? And we're not sure and there's also like a cell cultured meets the needs that are grown in labs that you know wouldn't hurt animals but you know like what is it we're eating and it's no like what the the long term medications of how this would be and again it has a pretty removed from the ecosystem and interacting with these beings plant or animal. It's it's an odd future. It's hard to say I think we're we're getting more savvy. But but so. Aren't the the people engineering the foods? Yeah well you know in the book. The China study which is kind of what we're going over today. There's a new revised and expanded edition. We talked about this many times in the past I don't you wanted to touch on sugar here. A minute But I and so this is Kinda connected type one diabetes and hear it talks about the cases. Type one diabetes Where THE IMMUNE? System attacks the pancreas responsible for producing insulin and this devastating incurable disease Mostly strikes children creating a payphone. Difficult experience for young families and most people don't know though is that there. Is there slot evidence that this is linked to diet and more specifically dairy products And so would you like to elaborate on that as the And it's the master of public health and Nutrition Biochemistry Guy here on the show with us. What would you say that I just Dietitian? What about type? One diabetes is that true with type one or type two diabetes and well. They're talking about type one diabetes and the connection to the ability of a cow's milk protein twitchy type one diabetes. And it's well documented. Yeah and again like with our kind of industrialized food supply There is some concern that there might be growth hormones and antibiotics in the dairy When you're not getting like farm fresh milk for example that would be causing that issue With type one diabetics when introduced early on Their husband a correlation to that so it might be more complex than just dairy per se and then certainly with with type two diabetes. I mean that's just absolutely one hundred percent related to our diet and other way too much sugar in way too little exercise. Yeah no I agree. More well and Just by the way I know that the Arbi Arbi t h arby s t are both made by on the same ones that respond to that You know the atomic bomb the The genetically modified food like all these think really destroyed. Our health really really destroyed round up the APP and all of our vegetables. It's in our children cereal. You know we've got all kinds of bacteria from the over from just over producing milk in our house. They're not again the fort. They're forcing nature to do things through chemicals that our bodies don't even know how to receive or process these these harsh chemicals that are really destroying how I have not heard that the connection to the diabetes of a particular potentially being because of the RB G. H. Rbs's that in itself makes sense to me because when you start connecting the dots you really do. See a whole other world attrition getting shot. Yeah well it's it's partially because of the gut isn't fully formed in a child until they're about two years old and so when you're in a introducing Some of these things to child making like essentially get into the bloodstream. Easier so it could be much more potent When they have things like antibiotics and growth hormones etc introduced before the code is fully formed So let's talk about shooter because I know you're you're so passionate about this being at the very root cause of so many diseases that we deal with the West talking about sugar. Yeah and sugar is pretty insidious I mean. We like Several hundred pounds a year like basically our body weight in sugar a year. And you know it can come in all kinds of forms. Some you know might be called Naples server. Coconut sugar or teen juicer. Cain extract or Mall Toes or Kosher dextrose or sucrose. There's like so many names that you have to be aware of and then beyond that there's so many foods that essentially are sugar from being high glycemic highly processed foods your body. I'm the same as sugar. And that's like white bread and and You know crackers and things like saltines and mashed potatoes and a lot of the things each Essentially our sugar to the body is that why the key to Jerry Diet do you believe is so powerful to you know. Heal the body from from diseases like epilepsy and cancer and such. That's that's it like I. You know that's why I don't think the Ketogenic Diet is as necessary in other cultures but we're so metabolic broken being you know whether we're not aware of like what we're eating or we're just over consuming them because they're addictive but sugar is essentially like crack or your brain like you know they've shown it's very similar to cocaine. How your brain lights up but dopamine and Serotonin and so people are addicted to it? And then when you add high-calorie foods high fat foods with high sugar. It's really a recipe for disaster and certainly heart health and type two diabetes and a number of diseases so to pull sugar out of the equation and give yourself an alternate fuel source and like you said. Let your body repair Can Be very helpful from that metabolic damage. That's happening Well we've only got about a minute or two and You know I'm looking in this book again about the importance of fiber. Would you like to elaborate on that? Yeah there's two types of fiber soluble and insoluble soluble. can create Like it ferment. In the GUT and creates beauty rate Which helps get help? Helps keep healthy. Bacteria in the gut and then insoluble. Fiber Helps With transit. Just help moving things through the got so that you have healthy bowel movements and you know have enough fault. And so they're both important and it's just as the great thing that you get when you have a plant based Diet for certainly. Yeah you're getting plenty of fiber votes nutrients right. Well I hear the music which is Disappointing because I really enjoyed talking with you. Today it's great to be back on the air with you Sean. Well thank you so much. I appreciate you jumping on providing with such incredible content. Today thanks again. I really appreciate it all right. You guys you can find Sean. Wells at Sean. Wells DOT COM or on instagram. At the ingredient allergist not the the the at ingredients ingredients allergists. I gotta get used to saying that word. Everyone have a fantastic day. Get out there and make the most of it. You get one batty you get one mind you get one life. Get out there and you can take to sleep positive.

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Caixa Preta do Time de Transio do Esquadro (O tal do time B) - #14

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Business Principles with Rob Dyrdek

Short Story Long

45:38 min | 1 year ago

Business Principles with Rob Dyrdek

"I'm hosting some of my chats for the next week from the young and reckless live event that we had on Saturday I can't say thank you enough to everyone Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to a special edition of Short Story Long I well here's rob your vacation everything will be what most of the speakers the biggest compliment I got was how engaged everyone was so thank you so much and this is the beginning of something very big the short story long make the things that I can thing and he completely revamped the way he looks at business the way he gets involved with businesses and he has a very very thorough drawn out plan and then into what he realized he was lacking and there were some big holes in his plans and in his strategies that were exposed to him that he realized were lacking as an entrepreneur so I hope you guys like it I'm GonNa post another one later this week and then tomorrow we have a whole new episode with your riot to be on stage I was blown away by the amount of people there it completely sold out it was packed everyone was so engaged paying so much attention and the one thing that the business and a lot of people came up to me afterwards and said that they had no idea that he thought this thoroughly and deeply about business even though they knew him favor the UFC fighter and that's an incredible episode as well so big week for Short story long and hope you guys enjoy it let's get into it and Michael from revolve and pretty broad spectrum of guests but throughout the whole thing everyone was really locked in and paying attention and engaging that's it was on my wife's playlist for like five years yesterday I did an instagram video of dancing and I was like damn what's that one weird song it kind of worries me was there was a lot of different types of speakers from you know mental coach people like Trevor Mo- add to you know pretty serious panels with Rice I thank you for having me all right here we are so rob I think the the the QNA with my cousin Rob Derek. This was a really good chat because I was able to sort of run people through his history as an entrepreneur in a business in the idea of the song is every single day of your life is a vacation if you do what you love you know what I mean beautiful thing to come out to anyone awesome because everyone knows him as that but really getting into the details of his history I'm all the way up through robin big and fantasy factory where he really was at business wise during that face for how he does that and so we walked through all of that so you'll really hear in this conversation in depth how he thinks about business and how he looks they continue to do these things and just get better and better and so if you couldn't make it to this one there will be more on the way that being said the first one I'm GonNa post is the I mean every single everybody sourly lacking this is a song that I requested to walk myself out on is played lists that gets me all fired up and it was dirty heads vacation Deejay said what can I walk you out to when I was I walked me out the dirty heads a place to start is sort of you know we have a lot of I went rob. You're an entrepreneur or or planning to be an entrepreneur very soon raise your hand for sort of beginning days into entrepreneurship or business I think that when I moved out here thirteen years ago you were already very well okay so the man serious on the front row a lot of risk-takers a lot of entrepreneurs here I want to explain to everyone tone as a business minded pro skateboarder and you were making a lot of business moves and it was sort of like Oh robs the business guy of all the skateboarders now you've progress on that but what were your early early days in business or entrepreneurship what were some of the first touch points you had well when I when I was eleven years old I called and I came down I skated at that point they're like God you're really good for never skating ramp before but who I was introduced to was a guy by the name of the skate shop it said they were having an event and I said if I get ten people come to the event will you allow me escape for free they had a mini ramp in the back of that scary shorted fashion retail stores multiple skate shops he started a distribution company he threw a huge pro skateboarding contest called the Ohio Skater job so I just cold called them and said look if I get people to pay to be your event can I come skate and they were like this is so random aunt you just come down we'll let you skate me George was nineteen years old and it was his shop and as I got really good and he kind of took me under his wing all he did was start company after company named thing and now I have more access to money and now I'm starting record labels and truck companies and and I wear brands and just random ski now a creator right your mind is like I'm GonNa put this whole piece together you're a network you got all the skaters you found the manufacturer you put the whole thing together but I was still right and that was a truck company called Ryan trucks and I was super into conspiracies when I was seventeen I was reading the Ryan Prophecy and I was like ooh that's that grew up with skating all started the alien workshop and I was there when we named it and watched and build the entire company and all that and then everyone around them mark heintzman would it felt like in my mind that that was also what I was supposed to be a part of right in as I became better at skateboarding and turned pro than the group that from Dayton we're supposed to start a company to and then at seventeen years old after I quit high school and moved to California the very first thing I did was build a company the concept for Robin Big and now you're on TV right now you're you're on TV and you saw what band did with with all of his equipment in integration and it was sort of like in that mindset in this like twelve thirteen fourteen years old I was surrounded by people that all they did was start companies peak countless like I don't even know the best way to do it you wanna run me through all of those early like investments or so marry all hurley wherewithal on the drive to like I'm GonNa create a business but I didn't you know now you quit high school you're uneducated on what business money any of that aspect you're really a young to fully understand what would have been the right deal for me to do all that in the first place and then after that I mean you start at a skateboard company called like so many different companies and so many different styles back in that zone but still nothing stuck outside of DC that became significant shops I was really just dabbling in every sort of thing that there is trying to figure out like what was going to be like my big business but it a clothing company and all this stuff so to me it was like in my DNA was raised by these weird entrepreneur wolves and just assumed that I still gin was was less educated and didn't fully understand but my drive just kept opening door after door right like d. c. exploded then I wrote from that era so I think like whoa obviously get into this more later but what what were you repeating that none of those things Dan guy like I need a business guy right in and when you don't even have a general lens of business you're not very good at hiring the right business guy I was like a made it that was because that's the deal that you did I didn't know I had I don't know anything about business I was just had the company I dabbled in anything under the sun in that area right now now keep in mind ask how was evolving like things were happening in DC was was become coming alive and that right and and the people I surrounded myself that were supposed to be my business support just weren't very skilled either but I didn't know have enough general and I did all that and launch my first company soup-to-nuts entire brand and I got point five percent two sales and five hundred dollars a month right and I was like fucking Healy's I'm financing this shit myself right like like so silly in hindsight live and could see and wanted to create this idea but I still didn't fully understood understand what business was and that's why it would always seem make money right like I used to be proud of how like ruthless and like adverse to risk I was and it didn't matter I kept working so the name for a brand and I had put together all the best pro skateboarders and a world and went to manufacturer and said here's the concept for a new truck company and all the pros that'll come along doable but also I remember thinking that what you were doing seemed so risky it seemed like you were putting a lot of money up for this thing and I was like knowledge to know that they didn't know what they were doing either you know and then I wanna talk about like because then when I came in I moved out here right before it was me I was working Achilles heel it was that that lack of business right like I I was all vision and to a meeting with investors and the guy said to me man we love it we know how big skateboarding was when we see that kid walking in the mall and he started rolling on his heels most risky peak risky fuck I mean I the thing that bums me out US I used to be proud of like I used to say Dudek enterprises scared money writes start broke status and all these different things to capitalize off that media in DC blows up so it was really robin big and all that stuff started one of the earliest memories I have is that a okay it's possible to start a company 'cause see you starting all these companies starting a company we're sticking on a big level like how did you start at so many companies and it seemed like you were just hopping from one of the next to the neck was there one fundamental error movie so I put up a supposed to a seven hundred thousand dollar budget that cost me to two million dollars that was my own money with those sponsors don't help nothing hard and then robin big explodes doing renegotiating all my deals with D. C. and monster and now doing all these big integrations and being brands through that media platform and making all this money but I still wrote my own movie for skateboarding that I thought for sure it was going to be a fifty million dollar Maine and I I was burned by but again relentless pursuit you didn't care like you wanted to get the first real and you wrote the whole movie and a wrote the home and you knew nothing about the movie industry nothing other than the one person that advised me never put up your own money and I specifically and it was still this lake deep effort and like just relentless drive in an even we built fantasy factory I put matic like box office of the week and I was like ninety four with like thirty thousand fuck that's pretty sick and midway through the first season fantasy factory and they were basically like this show sucks it we're not even gonNA air it right and I'm like God damn it man I fucked and I swear lost two million dollars in that and and I did a deal with this distribution company for Youtube and I got a check for like fifteen will literally likes to make it extra sick like seven the budget again with three hundred grand and I fucking spent like eight hundred puzzle me it'd be like well why did work out and be so big and and then began to look like oh I need a business guy right so I still I'm the creative sponsorship dollars and I was like this is crazy of course I am right like got all the best pros in the world and I did right and then they were just like wow what the fuck right and so to me Nick especially the NBC's that were doing the dew tour and the ESPN's with X. Games they were like fucking good luck lake like there's no way you're going to be able to pull this off look we want to start a company like this you're pretty like immune to risk it seemed like at the time what part of that what phase of that felt the wrote it all put up my own money and I did the same thing with St League I did the same thing with you know like the launched that thing the whole world was like that level in that era because I had leverage basically all the money that I had made into this sort of big moment of fantasy dollars on leg people watch it on youtube and I was like what the fuck is this for your movie streets are you trying to tell me I'm working my way back down but again what's the through line I just didn't I didn't understand the business of it I was Oh this has never been done for skateboard I want to create it and at the time it had done seven seven million in revenue and I was like it's it's worth seven million like what are you talking about right and brands and media and I was introduced to a guy that was like you could raise ten million dollars you're you're league is worth thirty million right Oh skateboarding feature film in theaters and then look nobody would distribute it then I bought theaters I was like fuck that people just got to see this kid bought fuck and now I got fifteen hundred towards the two million and I've gone on to make almost seven thousand dollars off that two million so basically dipped before going to this complete different level with that program as a whole so would you say that that moment the show without my immigration rights so now I was able to sell deals to Microsoft a DC and monster and Chevy and do all these crazy things got a cartoon on what was that moment that made you realize there was something you were missing it will look it wasn't it wasn't that you would have thought that would just tear man down and put them on the air it was like now I gotta keep going and worked right so now you gotta look at one point here I own my immigration rights I was smart enough to say I wouldn't do Colombian launch ridiculousness it's a success street leaves successful I have this entire incredible fully integrated multi-platform university the last however many years but it wasn't this long gradual thing there was a moment of realizing what you didn't know that force you into where you are now factory street dreams and St League and there was an edge there were that whole thing should have just collapsed but luckily for me everything just kind of of being overextended on a movie they don't even like fantasy factory you just spend all that was that like the wakeup call moment for you like hey I need to learn business or like win did put two million in this film a fucking twice trick off eight hundred into this shit like I was against it at such an incredible winded that even happened 'cause I know once again from being around you so closely that there was like a real shift in you that happened it wasn't like it's been gradual over these men another coupla going to grant put in theaters and I swear to God I'm still proud of like you can look on box office Mojo and there's like the top one hundred six embarrassing heartbreaking experiences of my life as a businessperson because now this super sophisticated group of financial they were like we want a piece of everything you do and I was offered a three sixty deal and at the time easy is opening experience of of wow so you trying to tell me I could get ten million dollar investment and have a partner that could blow this up I didn't know any I know it's like it trades like the value of what a media vince business could it could be worth thirty million dollars and it was crazy table not not to invest you know and that's when I started on a journey to really learn everything that there is about business touted myself as such a business person in when it came all the way back down they basically offered to loan me money and put me away as I began to go out and pitched my league to get an investment a pitch myself as this fully integrated multiplatform universe brands media got a banker was like literally who you went to the bank and met some that could give you a loan I knew nothing about investment banking nothing about venture anything the rest of my life right outside fucking these crazy part and I fuck yeah right so then then they're like on the middle side you know you get you get forty will geniuses entrepreneurs came in and ripped apart how I did exposed me to me like it was like how what a mess all like this I vowed to that to my CEO at the time of like I'm never going to need money from anyone ever again when they look at it it's only gonna be take money off the this and it took an insane amount of time like this was that devastation was in two thousand thirteen and that's when I started and keep in mind this is six years ago you know what I mean this isn't like this is someone that's had incredible success done so much it was like it's not like I did over you have now had this awakening of all this shit that you need to learn what was the process of actually learning because now in twenty goes to you and twenty goes to the company fucking and then it was like okay on the low side fifteen into the company ten elevated way of even looking at how it integrates into to marketing and and really I read a book called start at the end and I was trying to keep keep divide up peso I stayed in a lower tax bracket like just a bunch of leg hustler no-man's-land it was like I created dummy companies in Nevada to avoid taxes like I had my mom two percent millionaire mindset the way you talk about business and the way you get involved in startups and all this stuff is like light years ahead of where that was you didn't go back to college what was that process mind and everything and from that point forward I completely changed the way that I looked at business and and what I expected to get out of it bankers made me sign a paper it was like okay they're going to value at one hundred million will you take fifty million for half and you get thirty and twenty goes into the company five out of Seattle I met with all these different consulting groups and basically said I want to map out how to bill every single I WANNA learn every single on a salary with the right to buy half of me at a later date right and I just knew at that point right there that it was time now journey to create what I have today you know that technically puts us right around the end of fantasy it was a business book that's really like decide what you want out of business before you started and then build the map to achieve and that really changed my entire the factory right yeah so the end of when people all can relate to that when that was so that's where you're at fancy factories loosened everything to do with every financial aspect every operational aspect already understood brand stuff but created and what type of business do I want to do and how do I want to know and learn everything that I need to know about financials everything so the next time I'm approached by group Porsche it right and it was devastating because I always looked at myself as even though I had all these kind of highs and lows through the entire thing and ultimately it made me look at everything that I was doing it in that tire era and clean everything out like I literally gave away almost every single on that came out to the event everyone that supported and also massively to all of the speakers and all the QNA's and everyone that came uh basically went back to college via a lot of really expensive consultants a I really did I wanted to learn it at the religious level hired a group called single thing on governance was all my companies and how running expenses through through all this stuff how had some weird ghetto fucking account in Encino I need that I had and everything that didn't connect back to the sort of this clear path to liquidity or or some sort of exit event like I just got rid of it aspect of building a company and and literally I mapped out on my website now I called the ninety nine truths you know like where I literally you you know whatever it was I was like absolutely so it's on we get these we go through the diligence period and it was one of the most for me to completely rethink every single aspect that I know about everything I've ever done and what businesses fuck yeah right and like all things rubbed they were gonna own I was willing to give up half of everything I did in two thousand and sixteen I had finished fully developing my business system if you will that is the machine and the only thing that I had in two thousand sixteen is I had St Louis Production Company right and in that the next week so thank you guys soon already like I got this incredible data set because I just went and did so many companies gene then at that point I just went on a firing frenzy of chaos and I built company after company after company I'm merely it was my new obsession now with financial tactical financial models and doer dire entrepreneurs right like Gimme lake luxury bag company jewelry company every single one of these was done behind these new principles that I had developed right and eight out like how structurally how he put this together and what needed to happen for it to happen and then I- I designed I five million just by doing that race ten million to launch that SVOD platform production company did two hundred thousand dollars and A handful of other businesses in that zone right that was sort of the the depth of once I had figured out how I wanted to create businesses we were creating an ultimately where is it heading in in the scheme of your businesses right so if that happened in two thousand sixteen is then I just went one after another after another and then guess what I had to stop again because it's just like Holy Shit look at all the shit that you just did eighteen months ron where I literally launched like go along with the two other businesses like like nine nine complete businesses on top of completely developing like-minded hard-core entrepreneurs and this suber incredible financial path to success all based off of a trade value identically and we did fifty million dollars the next year right and a sense of the I two things that I changed once the new in two thousand and fifteen assault with a guy that sold his company for one hundred fifty million dollars and and he invested in a green algae encapsulation company that split off into the cold chemistry that did split off in a mate by science for the marijuana version platform and a business that goes from doing four events a year to one hundred live events and moved it for being worth twelve million to thirty one time and so I think the coolest thing is you go from explaining it like you were kind of shooting from the hip in the early days and just going for it to now it's so refined now you're on like version two and it's so refined and I think the coolest thing is you're also really clear the connection of how you talked about it or pat the profitability that we both set out together and made the goal of the company straight out the gate right incredible like eight the company I built a supplement company momentous built a plant based Snack Food Company Outstanding Foods Co founded black further whiskey into this mentality of like you know building what your intent is out of each thing that you build and what what do you expect to achieve at at what value man like why is working why some of it not working like why is some just exploding overnight why is some blake having so hard to get revenue wise some out of money your story you were always around these people that were creating businesses and you're very clear now that you only want to be involved if you can be involved in that process you don't you look for for your involvement where you can really add value and it's interesting to what you look at and so what I learned from doing so many businesses to be an investor and just throw money at things that seem interesting so can you run me through like what you look for let's say everyone in this room was about to pitch you what over this last couple of years keep in mind even in the chaos of this wild success right we're made by science sold for one hundred and sixty million street league like the craziest like most insane level of success and all that but I I still knew that there was a better sharper way you chemistry merged and with cure pharmaceuticals and as a fifty fifty merged in this at a at a market cap of three hundred eighty million we were in the final stages selling super jacket or production company and selling to build these businesses with better intent and it became a glitter incredibly clear right and that's what led me to create the machine method so Steve Right and and then they didn't fully understand the fundamentals of business like you would find a lot of CEOS that are super creative that don't understand ah every single idea goes through the first is doer dire leadership right in and understanding the individual like do they have the wherewithal on the understanding and do they have good founder market fit right what I was finding is a lot of times launch businesses with people that didn't understand the industry and like the learning curve ask these people's ability that you're going to partner with through the seven fundamentals of business which is a product brand integrated medias sales marketing operations and finance right leg had to shift how I even looked businesses so I start there with that assessment then sales or a really operational and financial minded guys that don't understand branded product right like you you end up kind of of needing to slake the process two point Oh and in where what I realized I needed to set principals at the very beginning right so I have four principles purses like black feather whiskey which has no clear differentiation outside of marketing which takes a lot longer for it to take like pig out chips that is a piglet bacon chip is something that gets massive overnight because it's unique an undone in the space in your white space idea like like in white space is thrown around a lot and it can be done in a lot of different ways and be incredibly nuanced but I can tell you something cold you begin to kind of see I'd have great brands and ideas like that have a guy that's like an amazing creative guy that just really cannot give us a clear path liquidity we want to design one hundred percent lake whether it's high margin business that's got a target consumer that has low Iran out of money because they either didn't have enough money or it took their cap it took them so long to get to market and they didn't have revenue already built in I want to give yourself an advantage in the sense of like knowing that you're giving unique value proposition to a consumer and it can be slight you know there's a lot of different things like that constitutes white space but the more original you go in with something the better shot avid sticking and then for me what's the return profile on this and and we even put a cost structure to everything where we look at every single one of these businesses I did it was almost operate a business and has no idea how to sell the product is again why in the white space cost structure that can be profitable that we split a dividend or a you know a high in the in the case of something like made by science it's green algae encapsulation for the and so like your products behind and you're burning money and you don't have enough capital that's where you kind of struggle right so now we stage capital to give it its best shot of finding product market fit which means you found growth which means you will be able to get investment scale right and then for us the innovation and the Ip made such white space that in a market now that's already there so rabbiting growing such a high pace there was that sort of in a much more methodic way of testing we don't burn any money until we've done all of our more agile testing and then make sure we're fully funded lands is how we look at everything and then our forth principles unfair advantages that lead to revenue right why was I able to do Z. that creates a baking powder for THC it sold for one hundred sixty million on the IP without ever selling product right like an again two thousand thirty two million super fucking sophisticated now from a guy that didn't know business right and and that yes we come in as co-founders we set a price and we invest along the way and we say hey this business trades three times original and financial plan all together by leadership team that understands all of these seven core fundamentals that's how I look in the a round and now at exit one hundred million we owned thirty two percent of it and we expect our investment profile in that is that we will invest two hundred then we wait we wait till we have someone who's there that can feel like a lot of times we have a creative CEO that's a great product and brand person we ended up with sixty percent put ten percent in the option pool two and a half million and the seed round were diluted now down to forty eight percent four million in dear pat the liquidity that we looked at as like the real opportunity in it but I wanNA know from the very beginning agile hardcore moves that come with launching a business because it's incredibly difficult but your foundation now is set up for you to have a lot better chance I negotiated to get the the actual unfair advantage that I could negotiate an own the production and put it into production company and all the relationships to revenue is is really everything that I look for and then then as I go to build it like I do not build that doesn't understand sales and marketing so we'll try to find a sales and marketing person then then a director of operations that has a financial background to kind of fill out again it becomes this much more beautiful sort of process in creating it because it's like you're still making the which the only one of our companies that does bill glaser from outstanding foods like he really just understands every single one of the corn he and he's hired great people to support it all of finding success than if you do most but I did my whole life what most everybody here is going to go for is you're just going to be like had to be able to go and sell shows it's like any time you can have like not just unfair advantages in the market but unfair advantages that lead revenue we want to get it to thirty million to sell it for one hundred million and five years we we will come in as a CO founder do the entire precede round at eight hundred pre Hanikos they needed a few hundred thousand to be prototype they needed about a million and a half to two million dollars to find a product market fit and they all hold of of what creating businesses looks like and the range of how it can be done and for me I just want to become a master working it's one of the most lake painful experiences as an entrepreneur because you keep lake you you don't revenue was ultimately the media right so you had this this platform where you could create a product you went out and found to operators right that were also sales idea in the brand and the creator right it's like I'm going to have this concept you know like and then what was the unfair advantage to create oh seven fundamentals is lacking any of them could be detrimental to a business I'll give you an example about you give me an example okay anymore and less I call them the elements and its customer lead like using who you're who you're creating it for and where do they live in that and of cure rating individuals and ideas at at from an idea stage like I just love talking to someone about Dan that would be sick then let's go to the a company from two hundred thousand fifty million in one year is because my relationship with the network and I had a television show right so I could just say I like the brand design that informs the product design that informs the media strategy that informs the marketing that creates the sales strategy that's

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1104 D&S: Topics? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Topics!

"Well, let's the eightieth day of our self-isolation and it's Kinda like Vegas in our house. We're losing money by the minute cocktails or acceptable at any hour. Nobody knows what time it is. Fortunately, it's always a good time for the nice guys own business podcast. It's funny. You mentioned because I do have a remote that I actually controls and electric device in your? House. Another it's JJ's toy. that. Sorry. Dear Mr. Vernon. We accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it is. We did wrong. But we think you're crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are you see you see us as you want to see us in the simplest terms and the most convenient definitions. The what we found out is that each one of us is the nice guys on business. Bill from where you are now to where you could be. Get expert tips to grow your business to be more productive and more efficient whether trying to build influence, grow your community or make it rain bestselling author of Nice guys finish. First Doug Sandler can lead the way. The Nice guys on business is produced by turnkey podcast productions. Now, here's your host. Doug Sandler. That's the big red button right. Never, hit the red button the red button easy button right that was no. We'll see the easy button would be staples, which would be totally like two thousand and beyond so that people understand that but the real red button wasn't that like bugs bunny and Marvin Martian wasn't that never hit the red button not the red button wasn't that what that was. Yeah that was Marvin My. Marvin Martian. Hodge Alita. To rule the world somebody made a comment the other day in my office by the way. Welcome back. Welcome back combat on the other side of Mexico. About. Shit, what came up was intermission or opera or something I don't remember. But I found a clip of bugs bunny and the the rabbit of Seville. Oh my gosh. So good. The Ravenous. Brilliant where he takes his hand out of the glove while the note is still paying high goes like he cooks a cake. He got my favorite episode. Some of my favorite episodes are the bugs bunny, the the Bar Seville that's and the witch episodes and the one or broom. Hilda. And the and the Mar. Marvin Martian it's like It can't get any more classic and and Great. You know than Chuck Jones doing that the entire voiceover of every frigging character on bugs bunny. But does anybody even know bugs bunny anymore? You know I usually give you a lot of shit for making old person references. Like fucking Johnny Carson and whatever but I'm going to totally let you slide on this because to me like the bugs bunny like the wardrobes cartoons like arches so so far superior to the Disney cartoons that were coming out of the time the bugs bunny stuff it's just brilliant and Chuck Jones Directed Them Mel Blanc. Voice Voice. Voice of Every Warner Brothers character was Mel Blanc. All right. But can we go back for a quick moment and can we just do a slight comparison and I'm not saying compared just from a creative perspective because I know something like South, Park and family? Man has huge huge amount of creativity in the in the scenes and the and the. Characterization and all of that stuff. But just from a just from a aesthetic perspective, how do you compare South Park to bugs bunny I mean there's full movement versus like to movement how do you even compare stuff like that? Funny. The question is what's important to you right like what was the show you watch teen titans right. Teen Titans go I I think it was on in the. Not Ninety maybe it's the two thousand because my kids used to watch it right. And they would always complain. Older. Sure. Was it sure that's why you watch it because your kids right exactly of and the animation was like Kinda crap. It was like you know pretty pretty basic and they would always complain about it but the writing was so good and so funny it didn't matter to me right so I look at South Park and you realize they produce show in in seven days. Ever will yeah, I, guess. Yeah I guess I mean the you. An episode normal episode of animation, Simpson's or King of the hill or something it takes six months to produce her literally seriously there's no joke I mean it takes six months to produce. Most of those South Park they do in a week there's actually a documentary about it. Called six days to air and they do was you know they know that their animation style is just this cheesy cheap whatever right. But so for awhile, it was like they would produce an episode in two or three weeks four weeks wit together quicker, and then they're like shit I wonder what you want in two weeks like as a joke because they like to stay topical right? So they WANNA, make they wanna comment on what's happening right now? Shit. We can produce it in two weeks. We release it in three weeks. Right how cool would that be and then it just kept getting shorter and shorter and one season they were like. I wonder if we could do it in a week or like. fucking crazy. There's no way we could do it. They're like, okay. Let's try it and they realized they could do it. They don't even have on Monday morning or whatever they want is right right. Right. They don't even have an idea of the story is going to be they write the fucking script from scratch yeah Monday and Tuesday. that. It's not just let's just recorded enacted out. It's. After they do the the story they gotta do the voices and then the voices have got to relate to the characters and the characters have got him actually play out the scenes. They do it every episode and what show is that self the south part of that is South Park the documentary called six days to air. And is basically talks about it's kind of history of south park but it's also like, Hey, seriously, we do this in six days. I'M GONNA make a slightly peered just just work with me for just a moment you know. We do this and six. Six days. We've got all of this together strickland actually it's it should the name of the show should not be six days day or the documentary that they're doing the nice guys it should be. Six minutes. To Air. Air Exactly. It's not even six minutes air. Okay. To ask you a question. You can answer this honestly because those in our community that are listening to this Hi Nice Guy Community welcome back. When did you think of the topics that we're actually going to talk about today? I thought of the one topic that I specifically want to talk about 'cause I saw something about it on the news hour ago. But but that's one more topic than I've thought of ahead of time than I have in the last month probably. The topic we used to have I don't know what happened to this, but we used to have actually A. Series of topics that we used to keep a running list. When as soon as I said, it's series Syria actually started on my phone. She's GonNa WanNa know what can what can I help you? She's typing out a whole bunch of stuff right now she's going way down the screen. I. We don't do that. We don't do the topics. We'll. We don't do if you're just tuning in to the show for the first time ever This is the this is as good as it's going to get. Yeah. We're really just say those two words. Like six days to air. I. Wonder. If people that watch South Park more recently like you know this is really soft together. You know they really don't put any time into this and like well, you know what? That's where we are, and if you want to hear more organized episodes of us, go back like four years but inning, we're not changing back. We like this I mean. Just. Fine Right now just to let you all know right now as I'm recording this, it is nine thirty one on Thursday night. This episode we'll be published in five and a half hours. Okay. That's just a testament to the sheer mastermind genius that you have in your your head that you're actually going to put this entire process together including adding. Many of the people that go through our course it would literally take them and God love them and I know many of them are listening to this right now, it would take them five and a half hours just to do the editing of the episode. True. We should call our six hours to air because that's when we record six before it has to publish and even at that. So. We keep saying, Hey, let's record a little earlier in the week. Right. So it doesn't have to be late Thursday night and sometimes you know tonight at like seven thirty I texted doggone. When would you? Like Oh. Yeah. I had to go to whole foods. Co. Out. Money you're going away for the weekend. I am going away for the weekend. and Jimmy is going away for the weekend. Yanni is going away for the weekend as well. I'm going away with Jillian Marcel. That's totally going to be cool I'm thinking if our customer, what could be what could be for an example, an emergency in our business, my microphone doesn't work I mean, what could what could it be exactly? Well, I'm still a cut my phone I'm still going to be checking messages I'm just only going to reply it's an emergency. So this is on. No no I'm not worried about it. He's either. But this is the beauty of the. Can you remember the live events business I mean you and I were God I you and I were both in the live events business for over twenty years. Probably closer to twenty five, maybe even thirty years and can you do you remember the emergencies that used to go on to have a nine one, one line just for emergencies and I was of course. Running in town the time, and so a lot of those emergency calls would come to me but I'm playing. Ban. So I'd be sometimes at somebody's wedding performing at the wedding and I get like a nine, one, one text like. Need, help them like I'm playing talking wedding right now and what are you? GonNa. Do you gotta? Say Twenty you mentioned that because the last two or three or four weeks or so? Yeah I. Don't know why it's been coming back a lot for for those of you that don't know it's been a while since we talked about it. You Know Doug was apartments for DJ and I was in a wedding band and we played pretty much everywhere three weekend for twenty four years. Yeah I played fifty, sixty, seventy dollars a year and doug did more like eighty, nine, one, hundred dates a year and I've been thinking about the last couple of weeks not only is how nice it is to have my Saturday nights bow I. Know I still feel like I'm stealing my weekends I. Feel that way right and I WANNA get out playing music again but when I stop and think about a weddings All I think about is the load in load outs Yup and it's like Oh my God I'm so fucking glad I. Don't have to go to the fairmont and do a Goddamn load of three elevators. I'd Gosh yes. The craziness. What was the I can't remember the name of the Hotel Monaco that was like the worst. Never. Monaco and the and and the worst loading docks like the Washington. Hilton. Hay Adams was horrible elevators. Into some major major crappy shitty loading docks just having a conversation about it today but you gotTa have a friendly face and you put your friendly face on and no matter who you're talking to whether it's the guy that's in the loading dock door as your you know the the guard that's there or the photographer that you want to strangle because they're taking the bride and groom away for seven hours before them or the the the intro is beginning or or the chef that decides that he's going to be a little bit late run in the mail but the catering banquet manager doesn't tell you all of the stuff. We've had some we've had some amazing, but I feel just like you I'm like you know I still have about a dozen dates on the books that keep postponing and delaying delaying delaying because a covid right now on a mind can I ever even go back I don't know if I can go back but then I think well, you know my mom does live back on the east coast I, am in La Right now and it is an opportunity it's like they're paying I'm getting paid thousands of dollars to go home and visit to literally work for four hours so. I may as well, just keep them on the books and see what happens I feel like recently, I told the story of the father of the bride speech running long. Didn't they tell when recently well, not on the show I mean maybe. I'll anyway. And, it's a really quick to. This father of the bride and he's giving his speech and it's fucking rambling and rambling and rambling in the caterer comes up to me and it's like, Hey, do can you shut him up? Can you tell to wrap up I? Mean I food is dying in the back I looked at him and I said I don't know who's paying your bill, but he signed in my check so he keep talking as long as. You want as long as he wants to Oh. My God. So many great stories. That is a whole other episode. That's a whole nother episode that we will at some point spend some time talking about. We should even have some of our our buddies from that from the events industry come on I mean Shit they're not. I don't miss it one fucking. How might have flashbacks bad flashbacks and PTSD if we bring somebody on from the industry, how good do you feel right now about your timing of everything now you stepped out of. He didn't step out quite in the way that I've noticed that my job. Basically. A tooth to middle fingers up when you're working your way out the door, you didn't quite do it that way Siro. Happily. When exactly when did you leave when? When was that? That was two thousand and what I signed out. Two thousand It would have been. December two, thousand seventeen and I played one wedding January eighteen that was my last Gig, January. So your last. So you've been out just almost three years now. So you're here about others you're about three years or so out of the industry now my solve the Fayed happened somewhere in the two thousand. Twenty thirteen I'm like shit I gotTA figure. Now it's going from one hundred gigs a year I mean literally hundred jobs a year and I and I didn't see a huge dropoff accepted future booking. So I as those jobs were fading down, I'm like, I got to figure out something else. Okay. I'M GONNA write a book. Okay I'm GONNA slowly, start up is speaking business. Can you imagine? I I mean I hadn't done that if you were still doing hundred gigs a year right now. Yeah. And living in Baltimore and doing my. Hold that would have been sock e one of the things that felt at the time like security right was on any given day. As of today, I would have had fifty sixty future bookings. Yeah. So it's like, Hey, if nobody else books black tie I know I'm good for the next six months the next year whatever right? I mean that's fucking security guarantee you throw that Shit right out the window. But we never even we're thinking about it in terms of what if somebody just literally pulls the carpet out from you right now and says, atomic bomb hit the hit the world. Trade. Center you've got a you know you can't work another Gig. I'm like that was not even a raiders. What was more on our radar screen was God I hope my continue my advanced bookings. Right. Exactly. I. Mean. It's like hey, people of course are always going to get married what one person cancel to people cancel whatever right the can cancel everything well, fucking pandemic and everything. Oh my God I just I. I must have had some crystal ball because it was while I still would've loved the safety net of having those extra ten twelve jobs we're talking ten or twelve jobs versus literally. The hundreds of jobs that I would that have worked between twenty thirteen and twenty twenty hundreds of jobs that I worked. Those would that was. I mean hundreds of jobs. It's a million dollars income. Yeah. I was so grateful to be where I am right now that I got out of Washington. Talent I was working fulltime as a day job until five and a half years ago and I'm on your I'm still. Being. There was amazing but getting out was the best decision I ever made. It's all good. It's all all good and I feel really bad for our brothers and sisters that are there right now and just kinda dealing with can you imagine the the level of stress that must be felled and we can talk to Jack about that I mean Jack Enter podcasting course and he's he's a guy that is trying to figure out. Okay. Where is where is that next paycheck coming from and it's like that's a really hard position. You Know I love Jack It's a challenging position to be in because it's like now. You it's not like you can put this into the microwave oven and say tomorrow I'm going to make a one, hundred, fifty, two, hundred, thousand dollars or more podcasting not. You can make a dent using some of the strategies that we have and that's a whole different conversation for business show is obviously not this show this episode, but it's like, oh my God I can't imagine just having. have in my career just pulled out from under me that would have been. Horrible articles earn. Enough Depressing Shetland. News. Okay. How let's see? Yeah. Hey, my neighbor's house got hit by lightning and. That's happy news that's not happening. Is this come back to that later? Let's get your voicemails from jared. Why don't we do those now because we're GONNA forget because we're rambling already we've been talking for I don't know twenty minutes and haven't even said anything. Yeah I literally have just so you know start the time clock going right now I have nineteen minutes before dinner is on the table so we must start oh dude we clearly have topics I wanted to find out what you're doing this weekend but I guess that may have to wait we'll we'll. We'll get to that quick we can talk about the lightning later. Your screen computer. Sound. Things going to wait it's not fucking go anywhere you know. You and I are going away this weekend and we need to talk about five going away with one of you and I are some of our good friends and you know them all of them every one of them you know. I'm dying to hear who you're going away with it, but let's your friends who haven't told me. They're going away with you but we're going to do voice for Jared I you're GonNa make me wait. NOCA- voicemail from Jerry. Can. Rock. Out. Jeff. We. brought. Screw. Off. Just got it just in time to hit the. Hit. My NIGGA. Creator. Here. Is Not is still running. Wait a minute. Can You? Can you turn up your your mic little or turn up the ramp? Really. I was just playing a little bit earlier and. Other people in the house but. I know that my full set up like no, that's okay. Already. got a little heart, right that was hard I. Exactly. What's what's the name? Hold on, hold on, hold on what? What is the name of that song hold out for you Khuda Barracuda. Thank you I. I. Remember I went to see I went to see heart so I had a girlfriend in. Girlfriend was like back in the Stone Age this was in nineteen eighty three I'm going to go with one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three. How old was? I was nineteen years old I had a Yamaha six, fifty special I saw heart at Merriweather, post pavilion. and. We were sitting on the pavilion in the on the lawn seats at Merriweather Post in Columbia Maryland and this was the first time I took a girlfriend out on a motorcycle Yamaha six, fifty I. We took the motorcycle to the concert. It was one of the best experiences that I can recall in concert days I felt like a total fucking rockstar that day and and only to this day do I look back on this and think what a fucking loser NERD I. Call my God he had a motorcycle I did I still have a motorcycle you don't take it out very often because. It's just too hot outside. God okay. From Jared that's Okay Nice Guitar by the way I like your strategy. Well it's my minute strat. We'll talk about that next week we got stuff for this weekend but I like it a lot today. I did not need another car I just wanted guitar. Made enough sales. Doug. I can't tell you how much I appreciate that because I've been wanting this Qatar from not a problem basic jared here. So you guys are getting to the voicemails awful quick and this episode. anyways, first voicemail for the last week I I think it was while I was driving and I was on blue to I got a new vehicle and it is way louder. But I didn't realize how much of a transition into the phone call some very disappointed. You guys didn't get to hear me tell you that I'm that you guys that was the glue that binds you guys together but not the cheese that binds you. That's that's all you missed the net and then probably some other rambling odes know normal BS. but I want to call in and let you know that that's that's what it was. It wasn't actual tools in the background. although I have been known to take calls in those same types of predicaments where something's going on in this like hang on a second I gotta get somewhere quiet. Guys. And I will keep listening. So you're you're just finished the first one in the second one and I'll talk with you. So it's funny. You mentioned that you know my car's in the shop right now because I had a I was in the parking lot. Again story for another episode you beat them stories here goes. into a parking spot. Yes. I'm pulling the parking spot. The woman who apparently was still in her car didn't even though she. She opened the door into my car what? Yeah. Yeah. So if all is that, well, you know that's what's weird right? The insurance companies are fighting over because her insurance company says, no, it wasn't her fault and I'm saying look I was within the lines right the she didn't have her foot on the brake she I no indication that there was anybody in the car. You just pulled in she's sitting in there talking to her daughter River. Hurt her door hit the side of my car. I don't know how I could have prevented that I mean streak was going forty five and did rip the. Details details. Anyway, it's body workshop. Anyway. So got a rental car and I have I have a convertible Camaro because it was like, Hey, we'll give you something special So. Symptoms, I'll be driving item cruising along I. Put my foot of the pill a little bit he'll go and and I'll hear the engineer. And I'm like, who's that asshole like? Oh Shit I. WanNa hear that. Shit. Anymore, and my dad's law and there was. Of course I hear more I got to play I. CAn't do it while we're on the on the show technologist I've no idea how to put this together but you know I did this Mustang. Like, weekend tribute fundraiser thing, and one of the commercials that we play we were sponsored by partially by this Guy Von Getting Junior, and he is like a big Ford Mustang driver and so he does this thing in Amok e I I'm sorry not. Yeah. The machi the Ford Mustang Mach E, which is like the electronic version of the Mustang carries the Mustang brand but it's not really a Mustang but I guess it of is because it's carries the Mustang brand I mean it's an electric it's electric. I got something like frigging like the equivalent of eleven hundred horsepower. Lose, but it's electric. It's electric. Yeah and you should just hear the commercial because it's like it's like. And then they put like the Real Mustang but you know right next to A. It's this really funny the difference between the between the. Version, but they really make it like woo. This is sexy. fricken car. I want. I want to understand a little bit more about this Machi. Don't know if you. If you have ever looked on Google I, haven't even seen the car full full pictures of anything I. Think it does look a little like the tesla x the Model X. Y. doesn't it look like the Mustang? frigging Mustang I don't I don't know I. Don't understand exactly what when they haven't really looked at. Looked it up much. was coming out I mean there's going to be like production car OH. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Really. Look at it. You see it. machi SUV. It's a Mustang SUV. Okay I'm sorry. Go, ahead. Has there ever in? Let's see what is sixty year history of Mustang has everybody Mustang Suv? No. Then why the fuck would they do this I mean I love that they're doing electric cars I had offered focused wider. I'll tell you why they're doing it and you probably know this a closer look at the insane fourteen hundred horsepower seven motor Ford Mustang Machi you should look at that one. The reason they're doing that is because. The Mustang has outlasted pretty much any brand of car ever. In the history of cars. So they're looking at it and they're saying, Hey, if we slap the Mustang label on this, maybe we can actually sell a few. He's thing that's the only thing. I mean, it's a marketing. It, look like a Mustang but this is very interesting. MS. RPM starting at forty three thousand. Three hundred mile range with the extended and and three the option for three seconds. So basically, it's got the same specs. As a Tesla model three, it can the specs as testimony three. Michelle. Maybe that's who they're trying to go up against. But it. Mean doesn't look like doesn't look kind like the. Wish they hadn't done the SUV part. Why didn't they just make it a Mustang especially with that kind of pickup like dudes I guess they're like, okay. How can we sell absolutely positively the most of them that we possibly can. SUV because. Way. Yeah I get it totally makes sense totally makes. Do you know what Tesla stock is trading at right now? No. This is you're gonNA believe this. I bought some five years ago at thirty dollars a share. For the first ones ever came off the production line, right? Okay. I salts some of it six months ago or so right? I. Bought it at thirty dollars a share my share sold seven hundred. Okay six months ago. It was at seven hundred. Do you know where it is right now? No twenty one, hundred dollars a share. Oh my God it's getting ready to split like four times I. Don I don't lock that much. Do you have any still yeah. Fortunately they got. I. Still Got Five shares. Okay. So five shares that initially bought was hundred and Fifty Bucks Right and now twenty, one, hundred it it's worth can grand now. So I have a very similar story with different results, Sirius? Xm. SIRIUSXM. Like seventy two. Doubt. Seventy, two dollars not seventy two cents. It went down to like three cents. Cents. So my I had ten thousand dollars five grand five grand of XM and five grand serious and the the to collectively between the two ten thousand dollars worth about two, hundred, fifty dollars by the time it was done. That's normally I. Really Am a firm Believer in buy sell low really. Funny like I guess it was five ten years ago or something like that. You know. I had some some extra money. I wanted to buy some stock live stock I'll just do whatever the throat right fund says, right? And I bought Tesla my google. because. I like the companies and the Google think I paid five hundred share for the Google and it's like fifteen or sixteen hundred now. I mean that's good. That's really good but Tesla's been Jeez serious. Thirty dollars. If you would've said Shit I'M GONNA put like twenty grand into this at two hundred dollars this year I retire right now I mean not Google Tesla kind. Like Hey I bought apple in nineteen eighty one. You know for like two dollars, and now it's like twenty thousand dollars by the time they and split and re split. But, we're talking too much business. There is a happy like almost a happy ending to the. That's kind of interesting I haven't had a happy ending. There's a slightly happy story to be told. So my Tesla stock which sorry, my my Sirius Xm stock, which was worth ten grand that went down two hundred and fifty dollars it is and I've held it. I have not let it go I'm like what the Hell am I gonNA celery censor right? I'm not selling I'll just hold on to it and I. Think I'm back to about four grand. So I'm only real alison dollar loss right now which is. And you know when I haven't looked recently but didn't who was the famous podcast that was bought by that was got a contract with with with zero. no not Joe, Rogan who was the other somebody just signed like a one hundred, thousand, one, hundred, million dollar contract with Sirius Xm Monica which guest was and I was thinking well, maybe that did something I don't even keep track of it look it's for my kids I'm just hold on to it for them. You know they can have it. I'm hoping that does a really good job or I'll buy a house with it if it really does not really sure. Let's get with jared. A. Great. A Great Tesla story we have six minutes. Let's go. Hey, get your. voicemail number two. So you guys just listening I think I do voice and I think he just listened to both of them Well. In, Ninety five minutes ago Doug you were talking about on your body on the phone and him not listening to you just put the phone up to his ear and he's whatever he's doing spot. No less than. Not even five minutes after that strict is talking and. Next thing you know. So strict says, Hey, magic eight ball and that's Oh you got another email you should take care of that email. And you just on and on and on. I, think you now know how your buddies strict field. Out what you're getting from your buddy you're passing right on. Jake thanks for hanging in there with demand. You're the best I don't know how you do it. you need a little shock collar for Doug that you can outrageous push the button and getting back on task like those if interrupt Jeez Zappa. Show. And it sounds like you're getting into. More well, if don't point when Doug stops going on about whatever these on about seconds doubt. Sound like business advice. Oh, my mind went blank I duNno goes. I actually it's funny. You mentioned that because I do have a remote that actually controls electronic device in your house. When JJ's twice As looking at as a whole. That's a whole different thing. But I was thinking as you were as jared was sharing that that quite that lovely analogy between me and me and what Scott does to me. Of those you know those those those purple lighted things that had the electrification so that have fly. No. I'm like Kinda reminds me a little bit of the pop filter here. So if I do something wrong, you could actually send Zap through and it would actually come out of the pop filter into my face and completely shocked the shit out of me. That's funny. Not Sound like a good story. Hey you are connected to the Internet. I could just figure out you're out, right right kind of like the pool to your to your computer. I understand I love it. So I'm going to vegas this weekend to celebrate. Jenny. BELLINGER's birthday with Jan Marcell What are you doing? So I'm going to pass a robles with with JJ and myself and Michael neely and a guest. The guest is. Ninety I'm dying to know Virginia Moves Skis. No Yeah. We're all going white tasting together I. Hope that wasn't a secret. I don't secret nobody told me I had to keep it a secret Jenny in Virginia are best buds they live like a half mile from each other I understand that. So we're splitting up the ladies. Well, that's okay. That's okay. Okay. That's GONNA. Have a great. We're GONNA. Have a great time Virginia's and drink a lot which actually works well for me because you I'm on the lightest lightweight that there is and JJ and Michael. Those guys are pushers they make up for years for. So much so so Virginia I are going to laugh the entire weekend while Jj and Michael drink a lot now I will I will partake. I'm sure I'm going to, but Michael can be a pusher. So I'm wondering how how Virginia's actually GonNa Affair with with Michael being such a pusher. So we'll we'll find out we'll report and at some point over the weekend. So are you guys Ok to to receive phone calls while we're away? From you. Sure. Absolutely. Why not? So, what are you doing anything fun. You seen any shows you have any plans you just GonNa Chill. We're staying at Paris which I've never stayed up before one of the few Vegas hotels. I've never stayed out before and we're GONNA do Fremont Street Friday night and we're gonNA, the laundry room, which is like a secret sort of back room bar that you have to know about if you look it up on facebook. Yeah. It's not that secret anymore Saturday night I. Know we're doing dinner at. What is it Meyer Bugsy and Myers which is a newer steakhouse in lingo to celebrate his birthday holy. Fuck. You are so lucky I'm sucks I actually been I have done I have been working out for the last two weeks for this. Now, when I say working out, it means I've been eating less and I've been doing yoga I did yoga the last three days in a row and five of the last six days wow. Because the thing is when I go to Vegas I find fucking love. I love to eat to drink in the problem is. Like where I am with my weight right now, if I put on weight like I can feel it right and so if I go to Vegas I'll be fucking miserable like I get way worse hangovers from food now that I do from liquor, but I've taken off like six seven pound. So I've got the extra rear year at fighting weight right now. Exactly, you're ready to go. I am so jealous of the steakhouse thing I can't tell you the last time I mean it's been at least six months. And when we were in Italy we didn't go to like a you know American steakhouse. You think places like Mortensen Ruth's Chris, and what's the name of that place that we used to go to in Vegas all the time the really high end steak house what the Hell is the name where we all know. Should. Dealt does L. Frisco. Oh, my God I know it's a chain but oh shit they have the best steaks I love it and you you and I have not had a frigging good business meeting in a really long time and just you know we could spend five hundred bucks on a really good meal you and I I read. Next, weekend to see you but I didn't book the flight and enough time and I'm going to Vegas this weekend you need to find a weekend insult timber. I will come out and visit and we'll get some business done and to big steak dinner. We are totally totally going to do that. We totally need to do that. All right. Let's let's wrap up here. We'll come back next week. We'll what happened in our in our weekends away strickland with Jenny and Marcel and me with Michael and Virginia and Jj, and we will have a good time that we don't even have to worry about topics for next week. We've got it all. We've got it all covered. That we may be able to share with their community I, know some of it maybe a little bit. All right. Let's get out of here. For now. We'll see you guys next week Steve O'Brien go ahead and take us out of here. For. The Nice guys on business I'm Steve O'Brien. Up Your Week with the Nice guys. Trust me this is going to hurt me a lot less than it's going to hurt you.

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Conscious Capitalism: Culture and Leadership with Johanna Lyman, NextGen Orgs

Sustainability Explored

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Conscious Capitalism: Culture and Leadership with Johanna Lyman, NextGen Orgs

"Hi and worm, welcome everyone to episode number thirty nine of sustainability explored. It's a botanist where I unfold with the help of invited guests from across the world, how Sustainability Practices are integrated into business operations in various industries in previous episodes covered version flowers bedsheets made of Eucalyptus Liar, sell, material, cannabis, tourism, finance, and investment. Albanese men, CDs business models, economy film, and even a Social Network for sustainability professionals all through the prism of sustainability. Today. We're talking about conscious capitalism. Culture and leadership was Johanna Lyman from next Gen. We will learn what conscious capitalism ease what are its benefits? How they idea or the philosophy of conscious? Capitalism is different from for example, corporate social responsibility the examples of companies. In the spirit of conscious capitalism in what they awaits us in the nearest future, regarding the market and its rules. Johanna helps fast growing companies build brave cultures. This is an abbreviation that you learn the million of in the interview. For higher productivity greater innovation and stronger, revenue and profits. She has worked with STARTUPS TECH COMPANIES PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRMS NONPROFITS and manufacturers to name a few. These came to next Gen ORCs when their teams couldn't keep up with the fast growing a fuss gross of the company or they were stuck at an inflection point. Everything is changing quickly and radically the global pandemic is a game changer, and we will still be feeling its effect in the years to come. Even before the pandemic fifty percent of the S&P five hundred wouldn't exist in ten years according to some studies. Companies that survived will need to do things differently. We can see that the competitive advantage. She's little radio to purpose driven companies. Every company has an innate wisdom it wants to express, and the purpose of its leaders is to tap into that wisdom to run the business more efficiently. The businesses can only rise to the level of self awareness of its leaders. Emotionally intelligent leaders have a strong competitive advantage in today's markets. Brave cultures, our mission and purpose driven first and foremost the actively embraced both failure, an equity, diversity and inclusion for more faster and better invasion in change management. It's a massive discrepancy between leaders who know innovation is crucial for business success. In the number. Can effectively improve innovation. Join US for this interview to learn more about conscious capitalism, conscious leadership and culture and stakeholders orientation. Hydro Hannah thanks so much for joining me today for our conversation about conscious capitalism, culture and leadership. I know you are doing something great with the companies establishing insured therms, I read the Legion of break in their culture and created in what is called brave culture today I'd like to. Know your opinions about what what is it's? Conscious capitalism before we start I'd like you to introduce yourself a bit more for listeners. Okay thanks for having me on so I'm Johanna Lyman and I'm the founder and CEO of a company called next Gen orbs, and we help small companies grow, build sustainable profitability and high performing teams, also the board president for the bay area chapter of conscious capitalism i. ve been involved with the Organization for about three and a half years and have been the president for the past year. How did you discover this idea of conscious capitalism? Why did you start moving in that direction? After. College I joined a fortune, five hundred company and worry L. Fest Forward. And left that company and then to others, because I was asked to do something that was outside of my ethics, and in one case, it was illegal, so I thought it was just me that my standards were too high and I wasn't cut out for Corporate America so I left the end of two thousand four, and became a coach and consultant in two thousand and five, and read the book conscious capitalism when it came out in two thousand thirteen, and it was only then that I realized Oh wait. These are my people. There are companies that are operating as a force for good in the world there are companies that are ethical and have standards and care about more than just profits and sign me up. And then what happened after that? So then I gots than I was able to get the framework for how this thing that I had just been kind of doing from feeling doing what feels right now I had the framework, which is the four tenets of conscious capitalism, and those tenants are business, as has a higher purpose beyond just prophets. They have a conscious leadership. They care about all stakeholders, so anything in anyone impacted by the business is considered a stakeholder. Then lastly is conscious culture, and that is developing a culture of psychological safety and true belonging. I've been doing the podcast for one episode more than a year. By, now and the more I talk to people, the more I getting the impression that. It's just impossible that today. We're still talking about sustainability in my opinion in what considering everything I know now. How is it even possible that we were doing things differently at all you know sustainable is the only way there should be an. We are still talking the old way and the new way and the sustainable way. How I don't even know how to ask this question. Why is there capitalism and a new wider lighter branch? CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM Well let me just say that. I share your confusion or the like mind boggling to me that companies don't all operate as conscious businesses just from the simple perspective. It's really good for business. There's you know I've got a million stats on why you should operate if you really are considering it from a point of view of profitability revenue growth like the best way to do business. But why we have capitalism versus conscious capitalism I'm sad to say, and this is particularly relevant as. At the time of this recording? I believe it's because. It was. Birth. At the same time as slavery. So this. IDEA. This beautiful idea that Adam Smith had about capitalism. Driven by. An unseen hand which we might think of as a higher. Some sort of higher intelligence than ours right, and unfortunately the idea was just co opted immediately, and they took it and ran with it, and it created this exploitative. Rather than what was intended to be a regenerative system. And then the beast started feeding itself. This system started to pray on `exploitation and dumping all the the prophets. You think with everything that is going on. Currently triggered firstly by pandemic and then followed by the job losses. And, then the the chain starts to unfold a domino effect. Do you think now there is a chance that? Conscious, capitalism will flourish. Some Khaliq some movement in the in the head of vital. No collective market is going to happen so that they turned towards sustainability hyper. Different culture like a leisurely seriously guys. Let's see down. There is no more time to waste no resources and knowledge. It's the time to do things differently and the right way at the same time. That is my most earnest. and. I do believe that now is the time you know. I've been saying I was born for these times as challenging as they are. You know we don't want to go back to know what was normal. Normal was exploitive. Normal was harmful, normal caused people to have intense amounts of unhealthy stress and normal with killing us, and it was killing are black and brown brothers and sisters more than those of us with the privilege of Whiteness, but it was killing us all. So normal was finally not normal at all. It was just comfortable for certain layers of society. All Right How we conscious capitalism different from. What is now very popular? Hearing your brain in Europe. Brit Social Responsibility. So I think the biggest difference is that. Companies that are looking at corporate social responsibility. Are Looking at it as A separate piece. That the business has to do. WHEREAS CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM! Corporate. Social responsibility is baked into the culture and way of doing business. It's a great start if you want to have some. Guidelines excellent start there. But then there's more. Yeah, that's my next question in your company in next next Gen ORCs a bit hard to. Too, many letters did hard to pronounce in your company. How do you approach this? What exactly just the company do? And how does it work? So, we. Help companies build brave cultures right, and so that's about expanding. What's possible? We have four tenants of breath cultures. They mapped to the four tenets of conscious capitalism. The first is that these companies that have brave cultures are purpose driven. The second is they operate with conscious communication and this maps to. The tenant of conscious leadership, we do a lot of work with emotional intelligence and developing positive mindsets and navigating conflict in healthy ways. Then, the third tenet of brave cultures is that they're wildly innovative which maps to the Tenet of conscious culture? So we help people get comfortable being uncomfortable. We teach them how to. Navigate change how to keep their systems. Their physical systems. Operating optimally when during times of change because we know that change is hard, and the LIMBIC system can shut us down and have us working from the reptilian brain, instead of the prefrontal Cortex, which is the smart part of the brain. So we give them tools and skills to be better at being okay with change, and then the fourth tenant is that they are fiercely inclusive which maps to the tenant of stakeholder orientation, so we do unconscious bias trainings, and then we work with consultants of color who speak to restore of HR processes, and how to just make your hiring process more equitable, and and then speaking to the systemic privilege that is just inherent in our system because the united, states. was born. On, the backs of black and Brown people you know, and we've never given proper reparations so everything about system. Is White. And white serving and that's given all the. Protests demonstrations and the riots that are happening in this country right now. It's not something that is because of our current president, although he is absolutely fanning the flames, but this is something that is rooted deep into the fabric of our culture and. It's just time for it to change. That's why we're seeing this. So we're talking more about systemic abuse and systemic. Problem! Yes! That's where it starts. And that's what you know here. There's a lot of conversation about but I'm not a racist. If you're not actively doing anti-racist work and getting educated by an anti-racism. Then, you're still part of the problem. Because Y- as one of my mentors says white can't see whiteness. So. Strongly recommend people to you know. Start Educating Yourself. Read articles read books. Get a mentor! I started in Europe and we had plenty people from seventeen countries. A recently had a call with my. Classmate he's in Singapore. We had Asian Americans. Books, north and South we had Egypt. Nigeria Eddie -til. Balkan Peninsula Ukraine. You name it Europeans Ireland so older of allegiance. You can imagine biggest religions all the colors. White Yellow, Brown and black. And? We never had this problems as mice. Dobrynin classmates put it. Yes? We agree to disagree, but it's true. absorbable cannot everything that is happening and follow in the news. I was reminded of one situation. I was once crossing in Trae, the border between France and Italy in the south. And policemen, even though there are technically no boarders. The police still enters the train and checks randomly the bus words and These random. Methods is always about black people simply because they're black and the police comes I'm also I'm not a local bear I. Don't have French boss Oxford. I was I was just on the residency card they're. Automatically Jake my cart. All kinds of noise don't need yours. No, you need mine, too. I can be as well as a temporary as AINU on the. In fact if someone would ask me to smuggle something or or anything, you know I would ask the person like me to do it instead of risking with you one else. And I I almost had an argument with. Not the first time with the police. The Police Miller. You need to check my cards as well as maybe you will need to check anyone. Else's not wide and not just black. That's. Unfair, it's also part of the stomach. Racism because I learned this recently the police. Start at that that institution of the Police Department started as slave patrols. So, they have always an only been about suppressing like bodies. That's why we have this problem. Then these crazy. That's very hard to. Put in in the brain and you know to wrap. My mind around it. Will we created this mess now? It's up to us to clean it Yup exactly. You mentioned the book conscious capitalism. Yes someone the idea was created by the whole foods, Co founder and Joe Making and marketing Professor Iraj Sisal Dion. Do, you know of any other examples of companies that are extant in the spirit of. Today. There are many some folks will recognize Patagonia. starbucks, there's one this isn't as recognisable, but it's a multibillion dollar. Company called Berry Way, Miller. And, Bob Chapman was the owner of very way Miller is. A Fairway Miller and they are one of my favorite case studies because they're a manufacturing company. They're not sexy at all. People don't know their names. So how they grew we. It was a thirty million dollar company when Bob Chapman. Inherited the business from his father, and he had a couple of moments, a couple of Aha moments that led him to start operating as a conscious company, and one of those moments was when he realized that the people closest to the problem, probably the best answer to solve it. So. He started walking the floors of the factories, and he started talking to the employees and what we know about. Employee, engagement is that the the biggest factor to having engaged employees is if people feel like they're being heard so instantly. Morales started rising engagement increased turnover decreased, and the business became more profitable, so he was like. WHOA, there's something to this. So, what he does now what he is done for the past at least ten years. Is he goes and he purchases manufacturing companies that are struggling. And instead of doing the the non conscious thing and laying people off and. Moving the headquarters in putting people out of jobs. He keeps the staff the way it is. And he just indoctrinates them to the culture of Barry Win Miller. And his turnaround success is. Phenomenal he has around. I want to say over a hundred companies that were failing. And are now and their now thriving and kept them in their local communities and. With no job losses in fact job gains, so he's. He's just a beautiful beautiful human being. From what you leaned, but ago Nia starbucks cannot speak about starbucks, but Pentagon knees highly likable. Company I have the leadership embiid party to the leadership of their signal. Every something you. Followed linked in her life with Sam, Danielle Ross. The editor in chief of the incident was very. I saw that. Your Very, engaging very inspiring, and you can see in them attitude of the person that she was all her beans. She acts in a very human way. I. Don't care if the company will not survive this times. What I care about these people? I want my people to be safe. I still cannot believe that. This is not the way others are treated in part. I, have this picture of our local politics. No one cares. They say we're only here for four years and then. We go to to our French Riviera resorts and you forget about US forever. Sometimes it's it feels that. Businesses operating in business as usual. Standard. Even when they are the owners, it feels like they are doing it. For the short term perspective. Yes, and that's because of the system that we've set up the. Rewards short-term gains. That's the way the stock market's work, and that's why most of the. Examples of conscious businesses will be from privately held companies because the pressure for publicly traded companies is so great. It's really hard to stand true. What's good for the long term which is one of the reasons why public benefit corpse were created, so they are a legal form of corporation in the United States that is baked into the legal. Structure that they have to operate consciousnesses businesses that they have to care about all stakeholders, not just shareholders, so companies that are public benefit corpse also get the B lab certification, so there'd be corpse now. The beaker for your listeners is not a legal form. It's an independent assessment that's carried out and it's got two hundred or so two hundred fifteen, I think. Ways that you can be Corp Right. You have to get a certain percentage of them. You don't have to have all of them, but you have to get a certain percentage of them to get certified as a B. Corp, but if you're both a B. Corp and a public benefit Corp.. Then you can be in the stock market and not. Have danger of losing your culture and losing consciousness in the company, and this is actually what happens to whole foods. They were not set up as a public benefit Corp, and so they had these vigilante investors, gobbling up shares, and then wanting to pressure on them to. Have more short term approach so the reason they ended up getting acquired by Amazon. Is it was the lesser of like three or four different levels? They had to get protection from these vigilante investors, but if they had been a public benefit corp that wouldn't have happened. In your practice in your professional practice when you get on a client, where does the change? Start was down. Arts with the. Leaders at the top and I always say that a company can only be as conscious as the least conscious of its leaders. So, it's a very personal journey. That we take people on, and really what it's about at its core is about doing the hard in a work of. Becoming more conscious human. Developing your emotional intelligence, becoming more self aware, and it's interesting there's. A researcher found that ninety five percents of the people. She studied thought that they were emotionally intelligence, but only ten to fifteen percent actually were. What does it mean to be emotionally intelligent? Maybe I am not an emotionally intelligent person. I need to know what the signs. Yeah, so there's four aspects of emotional intelligence. The first is self awareness so the ability to identify inside yourself. What's happening? What you're reacting to what emotions you're feeling so if you get triggered from somebody the ability to sit with that feeling. And track it back to why did what that person said? Clause a trip reaction in me, and then the second one is self management, which is the ability to manage and regulate your emotions so when you get triggered, you don't go off as a trigger person, but you can like. Sit with it and then respond instead of react. The third aspect is social awareness. And, that's the ability to walk into a room and kind of. Take the pulse of what's happening. You maybe walk into a meeting and. Everybody stops talking and you realize Oh. They were just disagreeing about something or They, were you know? So, and so's not happy, and they're not voicing their unhappiness, so the ability to kind of energetically read people, which is a learnable scale. And then the the fourth aspect is relationship management, and that is the ability to be in relationship with all kinds of people whether you agree with them or not, whether you like them or not to really inspire people to work together toward a greater good. Number three Redon, the mood of the room and they're Jhansi field. That's my top skill. Cisco Times you get back home and you immediately. If mom is not the vote in. Yes! It is the superpower. Of those of us who grew up in volatile situations? Because we had to it was you know maybe not life on the line, but certainly physical safety. And wanted to ask you about your team. It sounds like it consists of behavioral psychologists. Yeah so we have our core team. And then we have strategic partners, so we've got really a number of people that we work with. We have folks that are experts at conflict resolution. We have folks that are diversity equity inclusion educators. We have a lot of certified coaches, and some of those coaches do have background in psychology. But all of them. Is the team big. So the core team, there are six of us, so it was just me, and I'm actually as we record them in the process of merging with one of my strategic partners, because we were just doing so much work together and. The brave cultures. Work is a great overlay to the work. Her team was doing. She's widely certified partners, so she does the five behaviors of cohesive teams, and she does the disk assessment, which is a personality assessment that really impacts communication styles and she's. Got Some other tools in her tool kit, but it just made sense to overlain cultures on top of it so and then. Other strategic partners, probably another that I use regularly probably about a half dozen, but then another ten or twelve on top of that that. Can Be called in on big projects to Quainton decent team. I am curious. Why is it cold? Brave cultures. I'll 'cause. Brave is an acronym. Tom It stands for bold, real, accountable, vulnerable and engaged. Good School, and also I'm a huge fan of Brittany. Brown, and she has an acronym called braving. In rising strong, but it's none of the words are the same. When you start working with the Glenn, how does it work? They business owners that want this internal change. Come to you, so it's something that they can learn if they want to. Yeah so folks come to us. They're in two places either. They're growing so quickly. They're not able to. Actually team is not able to keep up with the degree of growth. So you know the the whole thing where they're, they're shoving the best engineer into the here. Lead the engineering department, but not giving them any leadership training the other reason they come as when they've had a either a changing of the guard, so they've got new leadership that's come in, or and or these often happened at the same time. They're in an inflection point. and. They know that old adage. What got them here can't get them there. So then we'll have. Either the owner of the business, the CEO sometimes the CHR. Oh the chief, HR officer, or the like the head of HR, whatever their title is, so they'll be the ones who initially contact us, but then the work that we do is with the greater team. How do you track? you know it's interesting. If there's the it's the. In the short term, it's really difficult to track the Roi of being conscious business. But what you do see. Is, higher engagements. Lower Turnover. So. There's cost savings right there. You see increased productivity working with a company right now. That is a manufacturer and they had. been working with the operations manager, who's the second charge and they estimated that the team spent? Forty percent of their time doing rework. And now she's getting the the numbers for me when I talk to her later this week, but To go back and look at how much money to be saved in less having less overtime, because if you're not having to do, rework have overtime. And she said Oh, I know we've saved a ton. I will go pull up the numbers and debt them to me, because I want her to be able to share them with the business owner so that he can see that the coaching that she's done has actually paid off. So those are some of the ways that we measure it. Yeah, I can't. I can't stop thinking about Patagonia. Buy from us by one thing by only what is absolutely necessary? People start to buy more. Right, hosting a likable admiriable and the reputation grew. But I think it's something you cannot hide. You cannot really play it for too long. Is the case about right. What I expect will happen as a result of the global financial crisis that we're in is. We'll start to see a lot of lip service. For conscious capitalism, and ours I think we'll start to see a lot of greenwashing, but then you know the cream will rise to the top and the customers. Consumers are educated. They are not ignorant. They're not gonNA turn a blind eye particularly in the millennials and the folks that come after them is, they're coming into power financial power of one point four trillion dollars. And those millennials vote with their wallets. They're going to catch. If there's a business behaving badly, they're going to catch it in. They're going to call him out on it. Do, you think. Coming back to the previous question, the clients come when they want to learn something I become different. Is there a way for lack of better word? Impose conscious capitalism on those who are kind of outside of this sheep. So. What I would say to that is that. Conscious communication is the container. That holds a brave culture together. And? Brave cultures exist in conscious companies, but not every conscious company has a grave culture. What often happens is that. They do the work of learning how to communicate more consciously and. The emotional intelligence work. Getting more positive mindsets. They start to do that. We convert them. So, even if they although we tend to attract folks who are already somewhere. On The bandwagon and as I always say i. don't care whether you're public benefit. Corporations Certified B. Corp, or you're just on the spectrum that you don't want to be a jerk. Anyone on the spectrum is welcome. But as they start to see the benefits of conscious communication, they start to get curious about what else is possible. In case there is a business owner listening to us right now. Once super simple step like drink a glass of water every morning, once-over, silver, practical, super simple steps. You can advise them to do. Start on the best. Start working on some sort of mindfulness practice. It doesn't take long. You don't have to sit in a cave for thirty years meditating. For Twenty minutes at a time start with five minutes. Just focus on your breasts first thing in the morning. The more. You develop a mindfulness practice. The more self-aware you become. A better human you become. And then the ripple effect starts. The kinder you'll become, so I say it's Mechta to. A well-being hells, you know as the Joel and personal as this. Yes, very much so. After the pandemic everything, an older despondent boxx it sadly opened. How do you expect the things the market to change? I expect that there will be a greater focus on sustainability, which is good for you. Good for me, could for everybody I suspect that there will be a movement. This might not happen right away, but a movement toward rightsizing businesses. So instead of having these colossal. behemoths with the making billions of dollars and the workers making minimum wage I think there'll be a slower movement towards more wage parody. I hope that there's movement toward. Like a universal income. For people just. So that they can survive in the US I hope that we dismantle the healthcare system because it is A. Deeply problematic system that isn't really interested in anyone being healthy, because it makes money when people are sick. You? Quite! Sad, it's school in on on them, world? Economic Forum last year I think it was last year and the opening panel was on. Stakeholder. Engagement. Awareness and until on. How do you stakeholders react to scepter by stakeholders? I mean all of us I think consumers. Anyone and anything impacted by business is a stakeholder and when you think that are like we have a basic human desire. To be seen heard and understood. So when companies? Put a stake in the ground and say we care about all stakeholders. There is you know? Shouts of joy. because. They understand that this is good. It's good for me if I'm an employee. It's good for me if I'm a customer, it's good for me if I'm in the supply chain. Rejoiced when we saw the world, economic forums message about stakeholder orientation, and then there was another group that came out of Business Roundtable that came out about a month later and they also. Put a stake in the ground about that I. Think the tide is turning I think it's. GonNa take a while to change a system that so deeply. Embedded, but it's happening I'm seeing early signs and I have hope. It will take I. Guess you leaders the leaders of the new wave. Yep Exactly. I actually believe that I will see the tide. Fully Turned? In my lifetime! Okay to wrap up this insightful in interesting interview, one piece of advice or a book you can recommend the leaders to lead a movie or something piece of advice coming from you. Oh! Let's see I. Have such a hard time with just one book, but I have to. How to be an anti-racist by Abram ex candy. To help you understand the system. And then dare to lead by Bernie Brown. Thank you so much. For Your Time I. Wish you the best of success now. Just go through this hard time and always and I'm with you I. Really hope that the tide will turn. is you say and old leave to see sooner than later the time being at her? Thank you on, thank you for having me really giant. Ethernet, yes. Thank you Joe. I. Hope You enjoyed this episode. If you have any questions whatsoever, don't hesitate to let me or Johann. No, please reach out to either us on Lincoln. If you like the PODCAST, please consider subscribing sharing leaving a reviewer or rating on the platform. You're listening on invited to check out our poor chaser page and leave a review there I reply each and everyone personally. The podcast is for its listeners, and by taking your time to leave a short review. 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Throwing Shade Presents: GROCERIES 1

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Throwing Shade Presents: GROCERIES 1

"During shade presents groceries on stitcher premium for a free month trial of stitcher premium sign up at stitcher premium dot com and use the promo code shade <music> as a practicing psychotherapist helping others to manifest their true selves so they could live full happy lives but it took a chiropractor to realize mine when i was forty three my chiropractor figured out i had ceac disease after cutting out. All gluten was happier more energetic. I've ever felt i began baking gluten free goodies so i'd never feel deprives but if if they didn't taste indulgence that was a dealbreaker so i hit the kitchen to begin baking crackers for myself at first peace love and crunch mary mary scott crackers. You do grocery. We did everyone everyone. Internet's podcast dedicated to the celebration of the store we buy food in. I'm bryan safi. Do you have a nickname for yourself for groceries. Do i grow well grocery store. Joe's already taken i would love suggestions on what might grocery dictation homosexual no it has to be something something else hi napoli bryce hoppy who knows and i'm aaron gibson the bag lady. That's it that's it we are covering everything groceries related from from the history of the store the social media presence of the store and our experience at specific locations hauer the carts. How were the checkers. There's it's really everything. Can you play checkers. Everything gross related so this week aaron. I went to albert sense which one feels almost fearless and ambrose ambrose yeah. I think it's interesting interesting facts about albert's since it was founded by joe albertson unto light on july twenty first nineteen thirty nine in boise is the idaho july twenty first happens to be my brother's birthday and add in the idaho statesman touted this joe albertson's. First store is idaho largest and finest food store. It was filled with perks that at the time like gift with purchase apparently they had free parking which was a huge deal. I guess you have to pay for parking yeah but it was a big perk. They were like oh my god. You can park at this albertson's how for free but only for a grocery store was this back in the day when they were still delivering nine hundred thirty nine yeah a milkman that original store by the way no longer exists they tore it down and put up a statue would remembrance of it but then put up a brand new albertsons which to me is crazy. They should've kept the o._j. That i really don't like this. Bestest albert's is the second largest supermarket chain in the country after kroger albertsons merged with safeway which i never knew so albert all safeway stores are also albertsons stores which means like all von on stories are also albertsons safeway stores so those three are who's the umbrella albertson's and get the fuck this in in two thousand and two albertsons changed from albertsons albertsons and by that i mean they took out the apostrophe and and nobody knows why that because of labor maybe it was too expensive to put the sign up with the apostrophe albert. There's a sheep shit hours. This was also the very first supermarket to introduce the idea of a food and drug store in the same market. They were the first ones to collate late that idea they also have several other labels private label brands which included jewel osco village market master's choice and my favorite favorite janet lee which is a sara lee knockoff j. a. n. e. t. l. e. and guess who was named after not one of the albertson's albertson's the actress the executive vice presidents daughter's name at design. I can't yeah there's so there's so much ego in the store. Were by the way. Did you know in college. I worked in the marketing department for a company that kopatch food for them robertson yeah so we so they used to sell egg rolls to albertsons an kroger kroger and so you know there's companies out there everywhere that just make egg rolls or like go or whatever and then they just kopach so the grocery astore makes none of that shit. Everyone knows that right. They slap a label on it. Albertsons is very famous for the rotisserie chickens. People online love them and and i'm going to get into that in a second of my experience with them. I will say this. They have a very strong facebook presence for one hundred and ninety thousand likes twenty nine thousand two hundred dollars fourteen thousand instagram followers and i'll tell you why on instagram and twitter is being like happy fourth of july and it's a picture of a hot dog so whoever's running your social media accounts is not doing a great job but their facebook page is great and this is where i found out about something key. They have an albertsons source across the country. Something called the word of the day however it's not a word it's a products so the word of the day is a product actor the day so today the day that i went to albertsons the day recorded the word of the day was vita coco sparkling water that was the word of the day four words which means exactly if you say the board of the day to them at checkout you get it for free. I'll explain how that went down for me me and his second cy yesterday. Pop chips was the word the word of the day <hes> a lotta people complain that sometimes albertson's cashiers are clueless about the word of the day on facebook so i obviously wanted to try it out i went to the albertsons almost fellas now. This has a bank a pharmacy a bakery adelie belly and a coin star which to me is a real game changer because i feel like hardly any grocery stores have cancer okay. Can i tell you something about coin star. I have been looking for a coin in started coming albertson's. I used to have a bag pennies house same. I use it. I use it when i looked up online. I saw that they had a coin fucking using that. I did it cost to do it. I mean there is a premium that you pay is attempt ten ten percents i think i think it was five percent okay. I think it's five percent so to me. It's worth it though over red box well who cares. I mean well. That's not fair. I agree my my grandpa can't streaming. He's gotta do the shirt. I i walked in better. Now was playing by postal has malone so that was okay. I liked that song yeah <hes>. This is what i will say about their carts. The perfect size they agree take shocked by my experience at albertson's and how good it was. I don't know what i was expecting. I guess i was just expecting like normal grocery store chain no charm mm-hmm and that was all true but the upper shelf on the cart was enormous. The wheels were very thick and very sturdy as i was saying they're very famous for the rotisserie chickens there. There were none there. I have pictures of it. I'll put it online through history chicken checks and was completely up. All the prices were there so then i asked about it and get this. They put them at seven thirty a._m. A._m. three p._m. and five thirty p._m. So i went at nine a._m. There were so that it's that early saw aww did you ask how many they make those slot i didn't i should have i should i should have asked their bakery was gorgeous. Davis filled. I took took pictures of it. It was filled with the most delicious looking doughnuts i've ever seen. They had a non parole cake. That look delicious. They even have i. I was stunned aaron. They i even had a cake that was covered on top of plane. Eminem's and the border was kit kat sticks that is diabetic. I know it is full diabet- about us but it looked absolutely delicious. How big was it small a three people you know for if you're in a throttle. Oh yeah all my throttles love to eat seventeen bars. That's right. The sap was credit. Rating that seems the hardware was was like what's the theme song for kit kat like give me a break break. Break me off wife of that kit kat k. ever yeah exactly so you don't break it off. You slice it off incredibly attentive staff. This people say about albertson's and people give me shit for shopping gilson's. People give me shit for shopping. Gilson's considered a a high end grocery. Yeah guess what the two things. I buy a single man. Most you know. I am not cooking as much as i used to write. I'm not making the. I'm now buying the chickens. I'm not making the chickens. Do you understand what i'm saying. Totally it's very clear so my grocery rounds usually involve a stop on the guile and a stop on the coffee. I'll always the coffee was five dollars. More expensive the brands. I buy at albertson cinemas against no i would like like to know if there is a thing is app where you can literally like take a picture of the skew and find out what grocery store retail me not sort of has that but is not always accurate because i tried the vodka was more expensive by teed everydollar. Yes then then gilson's and five dollars. More expensive was the coffee they don't have a rewards program or at least this one doesn't it's all built in but i will say some of the things that i got on sale. We're pretty good for instance. They hot wheels on sale ten for ten dollars off. We always the sorry the gay the toy thing for children yeah they had to and i got a nissan. They had them in. They had them in really the strangest brands. It was like nissan honda nissan ultima what children hallway maybe they think their parents cars cooler now. Now i wanna get to oh. I also want to get to get got there. They have their new brand of sparkling water cooling water that they just came out with an opening albertsons brand yes so we don't know who kolpak oh pack. It's called so lay which to me is because lacroix's also french so look. This is so les which means son correct correct it. This is the cherry lime flavor and this is what i have to tell you if you like the cherry lime version of what happens it sonic that drank cherry lime eight yeah this visit what you want. I'm not kidding. How much sugar is in zero. It's like lacroix but there's nothing in. It wanted aspartame footer. No it's carbonated water and natural flavors. It's just like liquids better than the quay and this is natural flavors in me but i mean you could say that on all of them like bubbly or any of them. They all say the same thing carbonated water natural flavors so who knows what it means okay. What i'm getting to is the big reveal the board of the day. The word of the day at albertsons was lacroix. Excuse me vita coco sparkling water. That was the word of the day they do not advertise that there is a word of the day in other words. There aren't promotions anywhere in the store. That would a guide you to to find this. Vita coco is in an aisle at albertson's called new age waters believe it her and we're a regular walk not in that aisle this enhanced drinks and new age waters enhanced drinks. What does that mean her or or like. Yes like gatorade supplemental dreams that many of that shit that they can't just have a water. I'll to vita coco. Sparkling is not where the regular vita coco is. It's in a completely different prince section. Is this a trick for them. I don't know but i finally found the vital cooker sparkling. I went up to the counter. So at this point i had my apec of soleil and my nissan hot wheel vita coco sparkling water. I went up to the cashier and i said the word of the day is vita coco sparkling sparkling water and she said that you're getting a vita coco sparkling water for free and she held up a sign that said word of the day and she let me take a picture of her with it. What is linked to orla. Did there's no she. Didn't i asked if i could take the pictures and i didn't take a picture of as i was just going to take a picture of that card. You could literally go to our facebook page every goddamn day at walk in and get something free and what's the verdict on. Are you having opened it yet all right well. Let's see down. It's good i i mean. I don't like stuff like this but we'll see the whole day this similar thing yeah it's disgusting. I would never recommend well. That's so what they do. Is they get with their their people right. They get with their vendors and they're like what shitty thing do you offload. What mistake have you made yup and here's what i want to say. Finally this is what i would say i for me this albertsons. This is an a plus. I would give it. I would recommend the thing where they faltered. I thought they tried to make a local in that. Every aisle was like griffith park boulevard echo park boulevard trying to make a very friendly were they faltered for me and this is a test for every pharmacy. Go into everywhere the l._g._b._t. Test and for me the gay man test. What kind of lubes are you moving up with. They only had astro gliding and for me. I remember i'm sorry i don't like either. Grades totally have a phobic that every brand of trojan but only only astra guide for lube so that doesn't pass that test but this was my favourite gun gun oil swiss navy. Those are the ones those are good good. Yeah like my favorite loop but pussy water is that they should be to sweeten this deal. I i wanna read one of the most fabulous facebook things i've ever read so they have four hundred ninety. Five thousand likes on facebook but really only about five commenters who comment on their posts irregularly. I it seemed like okay so here's my favorite one well. I forgot my glasses today. At the store. I needed needed a produce worker not around so i went to the deli and asked if they could page one. I never bought mangoes. I just wanna help picking them out. The lady didn't speak english english very well but she kept pointing to the produce department. I thought she was pointing for a service called button and produce. I finally told her look. I forgot my glasses. I'm practically blind without thumped. She walked out grabbed me by the hand walked into the mangoes and picked them out for me and told the colors to look out for then she looked at my husband and said make that man bag them for you. I laughed and smiled and so did she. She was so sweet and helpful. Your employees of always been extremely awesome even back when i was a kid twenty five years ago so which is like thirty you know hell. I don't know exactly why is she. Why first of all if you're you can't see that well and you forgot your glasses a hey be. Why couldn't your husband picked out the mangoes. Why did you have to go to the deli to get someone to help you but the fact is they did and the negative review. I thought of was my favorite. What was the only thing i like about this albertsons. They have the best watermelon bowls in the state of texas but they're checkers. I don't know how to count back change to you. It's a lost art. These days must've disagree most of the time checkers. Just plunk like the money in your hand and that's it well. That's what this albertson's dead. This is what i wanna say. Everyone knows that i'm obsessed with this thing if you give someone at ten and they give you the chase back and they say and five is tan dan earn ten is twenty that is a lost art. You don't see that much these days so i guess albertson's could improve upon that but if that's all people really complaining about i got the hustled out of ten dollars dollars at a discount tool store that my dad made me go to santa fe because i handed him a twenty and he thought of handed me ten. It's also important to put what i used to do. When i worked for cash register at the gap i would always put the money on the top. I would never put it away at the top and then you count the money out. Give it back and then they're like but i gave you a twenty and you're still here. My view of albertsons is this. I was impressed. I think gets a little overpriced. The bakery is delicious. The lube could be better. The word of the day is worth it. If you are in the neighborhood just on facebook steve with the word of the day is go grab it. Try seven dead so portray mistake for free the and the people there could not have been lovelier so that's that's good because i feel us in los angeles california. Why was looking up what their their salaries are. There and they don't get paid enough to be that nice really truly. That's probably every grocery store looking a whole foods. Which is where i went foods west hollywood is we no no. I'm in a constant. Love hate relationship with this place. Whole foods is on santa monica boulevard and good fucking luck parking there. It's impossible. They are so in denial about how many people come to that store will. They try to make you park in that adjacent law that lots gone. You're kidding. That law got soult. There's nowhere to fucking park and good luck but now last night i went at eight forty five which is apparently the magic hour because that's what people are. We're doing like normal things like seeing their friends or having dinner well. It's the only time you can get a parking spot at whole foods. They were still pretty crowded and <hes> and i had a very short list. I needed to get spaghetti olive oil a butter and olive oil butter. That is not well. It's a vegan butter and it is so fucking good and it tastes like butter. What did he say. It's called. They didn't have their rock fabio. Yeah it's his butter. I can't believe it's not butter <unk> but which is margarine but this is called mioko ze m. y. O. k. o. s. but they didn't have it because ever since amazon took over. They don't have shit anyway. Let me tell you about a little bit of a whole foods before i rip it risk into it and by the way it is specifically this one because i go to whole foods in texas is this is a god damn dream breakfast burrito i have. I have a big car glass of wine. Live performances glass of wine street at bars aono and into the whole foods in san santa fe is fantastic. They have amazing cheeses. They have all my favorite cheeses and there's people there's seventy year old men and women with braids and in their hair feathers listening to fleetwood mac getting tanked great not the west hollywood whole foods so if you don't know about whole foods it it was started by john mackey and a bunch of other people who are millionaires but don't sell out talk as much he does <hes> <hes> you know. He only made eight million dollars from the kitty yeah i don't. I don't know if that's because he got he kept a majority or a lot of minority stock or something but he only got eight million dollars. The founder of whole foods only made eight not must also. I couldn't find this. He must get paid so much money anyway. It's like the mick jagger jerry hall divorce. She only two million dollars yeah. It's exactly that except if mick jagger was only getting two million dollars that's right and so i used to date my first liberal boyfriend in austin i was living in houston. I was dating someone in austin. That's what houston was like back. In the day. You had to go to austin if you wanted somebody cool and you drove three hours to have a relationship scher my ex-boyfriend used to wear or has been working for a whole foods for a long time and he worked his way up from a from a bag boy know what they're called jetty as oh yeah well. I mean that's what they i mean. We're back. When i was growing up <hes> well it was right after i caused the depression so like nineteen thirty one and we would call them back boys yeah yeah yeah yeah bag person. I guess we call backpacker bagger. Yes backer he he he has a very complicated relationship with the place because it's rewarded him handsomely for staying on as long and then they do that's. That's a good thing about whole foods. You definitely like you can go from bad boy to working at the head of the grocery the frozen foods department great. You can do that okay. It's it's hard to describe exactly why this whole foods in particular is a microcosm of everything that's wrong with whole foods the west hollywood i think it's because it is so over worked and honestly the people who work there. They have to deal with the absolute crazy detritus of los angeles. I've seen fights in that parking lot. I have seen i've been yelled at for not returning my car all the way to the thing woman doing yoga and they're once i can't and i've i've noticed this new thing which i don't understand beer behind somebody entering the store and they just stop in the doorway. Yeah that's happened to me almost every time time. I've gone to whole foods you keep walking yeah to get inside. I think they're just so overwhelmed by underwhelmed so so they i have pictures i will show you how they have one entire al we can't even get your card into it and the cards are small which isn't actually very good if you're someone like me who now suddenly has an entire family and needs to get more than a single person's amount of food i can't. I have to go to who who's all the time time right. I have to fill that tiny. Please change all your bios to that. Please make that your next book. I have to go to the store you pulling your hair kathy style. I just go to whole foods all the time. They are out of the okay my favorite popcorn to eat when i'm at the store late and i haven't had dinner cheka white cheddar yeah okay. They never fuck and have it. They never they have every other kind but they never have. It and i don't get it because ever the grocery store i go to two. That's the plane popcorn doing playing pop popcorn i do that's already made no. I do or adam bacher. I pour it because it says on the label how much olive oil you can push or coconut oil so i do it that way. I just put the colonel's in like a pot right olive oil in short. You have to be a straight up psychopath to just buy a bag of plane popcorn. That's already popped. I think kettle corn. I get why don't why why i mean. Just give me some. If you pop popcorn that's like it's like buying air. I disagree. I like playing yeah but you don't buy it pre repopulate. You just said that you're right i. I'm specifically saying plane but i've also had skinny pop plane and loved it. It's good i i don't i. I'd say i've had skinny pop i don't. I don't think anybody holds a candle to boom shaka pop i. I don't know what it is all right. Maybe they have a person underneath the. I'll just pop it and putting it bag. I don't know they didn't have the spaghetti i like. I had to buy whole foods spaghetti which i hate doing because the one i buy is in a paper bag and the one that whole food cells is in a plastic bag so i've gotta. I've gotta do plastic waste with that way. What what's spaghetti's coming in bags the all the all the spaghetti comes in plastic bags. Have you had spaghetti guess. They always came in boxes. Well the bad ones do oh and then i guess the whole foods co. Pack the three sixty five all come in bags and in the one i buy has a plastic window which isn't great but the rest of the bag is tapes. Most spaghetti comes in a box deco or whatever that one is which i'm actually not allowed to buy anymore because my husband says shit to check. Oh yeah whatever to crappo. You know what i mean look. It's a shit show in there. I don't like going there. They don't have anything. I need. The karcher to small people stop in the door. It's truly will make you hate los angeles angeles and there's all these products that whole foods now that our puns <hes> here's one it's a granola called ham yeah cool milka milkha damian. How is him still a thing. I don't know how kale still loving kale. I get a little bit but healthy well and it's like edible but but hemp hemp is sort of like no we've. We've evolved beyond that. Look at this picture of my car okay. I can't get it and i'll yeah your card is stuck with what is in their olive royal yeah well. That's a tragic. I'll put this online. Oh also the only mold insult they have smoked insolvency so these these are the spaghetti in a bag and a spaghetti a bag and they didn't have vinegar malda. What did you say maldon see-saw. They only have smoked plane. You'd never go to albertsons you. You always listen. Here's the thing my husband is italian. He's turned me into a fucking asshole go that doesn't i a whole foods is supposed to be boozy at a right you're right. You're right when in rome i can't do that here. I have nowhere in l. a. to b. Bouza i guess i have to go to italy which i'm not gonna fucking do 'cause easily. I spent three hundred seventy five dollars. Three hundred seventy ninety five god damn dollars at italy on funky. What pasta risotto yeah i did too. I spent eighty dollars on both candidates. It's we'll that honestly if you look at the translation between those two it's the same amount exactly my point is is that all i wanted was a good pasta. I wanted simple things a good pasta a good all of our worst. They had my favorite. I think you use the california yeah. It's the best all at traderjoes. If you use the cow make sure to get the california pressed because when they come from italy or greece a lot of times it's not monitored so might not be olive oil but if it comes from california you know it's all speaking of olive oil if you brian touched on just now and if you talk to any italian is a contentious attention subject because of that there's a there's a weird mafia underbelly of people yes doing fake all not fake shitty leave mixing other oils in and by the way canola oil is just as good for you and grape pseudo alicia grapeseed oil the taste of olive oil you but can oil and grip cedar peterbilt cheaper options and they're just as good for you. I don't wanna shit too much on whole foods because i've done it so much on also like your we're going to go. I did they have me. Where am i going to go. Sometimes it go to bristol farms. I'll cover that but they're they're crazy. Ah parts of l. a. were you cannot go to a grocery store and i guess my other option is rock and roll ralph's which i will absolutely cover. That's a whole nother thing. That's circus universe it. No one wants to be in people screaming shakespeare outside parrots on the inside like crazy carnival so of the choices all actually the best of the worst in that neighborhood yeah neighborhood but i just want to say a couple things about the company as a let me go back to mackey for a second because he did this thing that i just wanted to touch on so during when when whole foods was buying wild oats which was another natural food chain the federal <hes> trade commission was investigating mac because he had been on yahoo finance message boards with another with it with the an alias that claimed it wasn't him promoting whole foods saying great things about her and talking shit about wild oats. Wow the f. t. She seized on it. I know insane. He sends like found spirituality and like as chill or whatever but anyway let me tell you about the things i love about this whole foods and there's only two okay. There is a cashier there who is in his late sixties early seventies from the eastern bloc. I love him so much. His energy is so cool. He's goofy and he's a disneyland whole foods. I hope and i will wait in line. Even if it's longer to be who would ever oh him to shop with the character characters welcome in the cashier lives number two they recently start despite the the empty shelves of everything they had four flavors of my favorite yogurt that they just started selling el ninos. Do you know this yogurt. I discovered it with you. She said at king station in seattle. Remember that you know that coffee shop we will we always late to the train station but one of us runs and gets coffee and sometimes we and then we're all freaked out and they're like oh. It's okay that coffee shop had this yogurt and it was lemon curd and i had it. I remember i had it with you you and then i was like i this is four years ago. Then i found out they sold it at the whole foods in portland. When i was working there and i was like fuck. I gotta eat all of this. They just started selling the whole foods in west hollywood and i almost started crying shows. That's best yogurt. It's a greek style yogurt. It's authentically greek. It's doesn't have have added sugar or anything and they have lemon curd. I bought a marion berry. I bought one just straight up muesli. The plane sometimes greek yogurt to me can be so bitter tart. This is smooth it smooth dances right on your teeth those so a yogurt that they've been selling for for a long time and other parts of the country they started selling here. That's a win and then my my pal. Who's the cashier who's eighty years old with the heavy russian accent who truly doesn't give a fuck. That's it. Did you wanna rate albertson's <music> out of ten cotton candy grapes how much you recommend it. The prices weren't grace. The store brands are good. The bakery looked terrific. The hot wheels deal could not be bee's and the word of the day you can go in that store nationwide and get something free. I'm gonna give it seven cotton tapes out of town. Whole foods has armageddon vibes. It has the worst people in los angeles. They only had my yogurt that i needed and there's only one person who works there that i like to talk to so. I'm gonna give it one cotton candy grapes outta ten wow really would every time i parked there win barinas auto stressful when marino i drove marina past whole foods on the way to the airport and she goes. I'm glad i never have to go in that place again. This is very stressful. Okay so we asked people on instagram. The grand just send you in their queries about groceries and the response was overwhelming overwhelming. We're going to do this every week so just go on the throwing shade instagram and and ask us your all your questions. Have anyone do three short okay at bluetooth. Johnson wants to know is it rude route. Two grocery shop with headphones in that is an excellent question. I actually think it is oh really and i grocery stop shop by myself. Breath and i always get self conscious about it because it's so frustrating to be in those aisles anyway that anyone on their phone or on their headphones phones. I think it's obnoxious unless you are going high in the mid night hours or at the break of dawn brinkman no one is there if you're doing whatever you're doing. You are not doing it like i gotta get whatever you're doing like oh. I just get to hang out the grocery store for an hour that would be great if you can pull into the parking lot and park immediately in the front row zero where your headphones if you can't park in the first three rows do not wear your headphones. That's a great tip yard. I think now i'll let me say one. We're good thing about the whole foods west hollywood always playing eighty jams eighty jammed and sometimes i'm dancing. Sometimes i'm just straight up dancing imprint spaghetti. I looking for spaghetti for of longtime. They only dan linguini and capellini but i you can't beat that. You can't beat a nice low volume prints. Nope okay brian. This is great. I love this because this is a this is more of a like etiquette question at karen lerman. Dan says my dad wants told me he took someone else's cart full of groceries because he was too lazy to go round the store and get every discuss. I have never been more shocked by he. Just didn't give a shit what was in. There just took someone's cart. I think that would be a fun game but i also think that's like you're. You're not considering it. All the work that this person or what there has been like it's old woman who's like sink what did i i just say it is completely inconsiderate i would i would check who shot who who's cart that. Is i yeah i i. I don't know to me it's very let's make a deal which is exciting like what funded to a game where like you take someone's card like one has better groceries than the can you imagine urging who who literally goes bananas and turns around and your car is gone and then that they're gaslight like if if they go if they see the person checking out there like those are my groceries in that person's like no they're not. I was here the last hour picking these out when you feel fucking crazy man. It's a it's a great move. Though now i mean look my dad once told me it's like oh your dad. Did this stuff like you. If your dad told yeah he did this. You need to ask him what else he's done. That's waiting to have really is and i by the way if you can write back with some more details. I would actually love to y. He did that this is. I think there should be a series. It's called karen's. Dad honestly give us a phone number. I'd look ask ourselves. I'll call we'll call your call your dad. Oh i cannot cannot wait then. We had another person. Ask how could you elizabeth. Dran's had ah some tips on how to avoid extra packaging at the grocery store. Well we know it trader. Joe's nearly impossible because everything's wrapped in plastic see for me. I don't give a shit it. I really just don't listen. We're going to all be dead so the the recycling is a joke it is. I do it but it's not doing anything the only way that you can affect again. Environmental climate change actually do something about that is really the only way well i saw. It's too overwhelming at this point. Does it makes you feel good good. Do it and you should do it but it doesn't matter. I saw on my albertson's deep dive that i was doing so you're be honest. I feel totally different but i do those things. I do everything i can. I bring my own bags. Recycle all that stuff but but what if everybody did that it really it. Just didn't it just doesn't matter it just doesn't you don't think that the plastic bag ban in l._a. Is going to do some difference not not really no. I think it's i think it's auto show. I think it's its manufacturing plants it. It's it has nothing to do with plastic bags. I albert say you should bring your own bag just for social etiquette. Yes i have recommended for a back but i just want to say like i saw that. Albertsons was due to test runs with two of their stores. Were they were doing. They got it down to zero waste oga for doing some site looks like the the cursor started to do some test pilot stuff online. I'm sure people are screaming at me right now but anyway i mean you do them and yet it doesn't matter that's right yeah. You know what was have a time machine. Go back to the boomers and let's stop within started getting bad before that it was glass and paper. That's it. I like these. They're called all linen and cotton bags. The brand is who the fuck knows. I'll all lincoln called sold by all cotton and linen. That's the brand and it's just too massive for bags to medium bags and two small bags and i use them to get produce and stuff. I don't use the produce bags. Here's a one time deal only and i'm only going to do it with five people. I'll do one episode if you want. I have so many fucking grocery bags. If you need one aaron and i will sign one i will. How are you sir right. I will get rid of many if you need one and you're a premium subscriber. I'll send you a bad. I will send when you assigned bag bye-bye that i bought during my first marriage and it's still fucking works. I've bags were floating in bags. Guys is this was. This was groceries. This is this is what we do now and i had to tell you erin and i were saying before this. I'd never had more fun in my life than going in albertson's reviewing all the pictures will be on the instagram all of them yeah but how many did you take. I took like seventy two okay great what is delight by.

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He Dan lebatardshow podcast is brought to you by capital. One capital. One is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One? And all. Oh, real meat does gone. What a trade that lab. That's dunk. JT finally traded it within the division. Not that that I guess matters as much anymore, but Billy's actually look pretty good there lineup coming together. If they if they add Harper Machado that Phillies team is going to be sneaky awesome. That your team. Right. The Phillies at all, right? She gave a thumbs up which doesn't help. Are you excited about what the Phillies are doing this off season? Didn't they get mccutchen? I think they have mccutchen cut into. I'm pretty sure I mean, that's not really this old Rosser Philadelphia Phillies, Billy how do you feel about trading JT within the division? I don't think it matters much. Yeah division. Really? Yeah. Well, because the Phillies have two years of control. So they'd have to sign them long-term and realistically the Marlins are not going to compete for the division for two years. Right. I mean, do you think they are? I don't know. No, no. I gotta just take the best offer. It doesn't matter where it comes other top pitching prospect, which is good who's ranks. He's ranked twenty seventh. I think in the top one hundred prospects. She's an increase over our top prospect, Victor Victor who was ranked. He shined denying right up to our top prospect, which is good. And and you got to catch her in return to the supposedly that's someone in the plans to replace JT. Eventually what kinda hitter he is he happy that he can't possibly be the same kind of hitter. Obviously like, no one's actually seen this. I mean, he he actually was up at the Phillies a little last year. But the catcher apparently has potential to be a good hitter. He's got apparently one of the best arms of any catching like even in the pros or minor leagues. Like this. His arm is top notch. But apparently defense not great blocking balls framing not a string catching catching. He's great at right? He's got a Cheech though. I mean, it'd be a starter is like when your laptop and our depth jet. So he'll be our start of the starter or it. So you already got he's got a starting catcher return. Yeah. You need. Not going to start. I didn't know because I just assumed it was all prospect. I would imagine that the pitching prospects. Sixto Sanchez who's our number one prospect all of a sudden, I don't think he'll start in the majors. Right. What do you think? No. I don't know. He was able last year. I'm looking at this Phillies Rosser right now, they got Hoskins and other guy GT going to have a bunch of names that you probably don't know. I know obviously, no mccutchen to Gora. Hoskins and JT Margaret Machado. Harper Machado is they're starting staff. Good enough because Nola is area to still good. Not really right Vince Vasquez. I don't know if they're they got to do something for this pitching staff. No. I mean, they're gone a lot better. A couple years ago, the Phillies were goof. Yeah. Once Hoskins came up. Yeah. Absolute beast, right? It's a beast. Everyone learned about him at the home run derby, inches and bad. He's okay. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, those good last year. Yeah. I mean, they had like a lot of people don't know. But they're sneaky good these Phillies team. They absolutely have let Billy like overall. Like this. I judging by your vibe, you seem okay with this deal. Which is hasn't been the case for many of these traits. I mean because it doesn't really matter if you've had this mission. No, I look they're not going to compete, right? They already tore down the team they traded away Stanton yellows Oona. Now, they traded away JT, but like JT on this team. They have them for two years and they're not going to compete with him. So why not get rid of him and try to improve down the road like, but at what point does that end? Because it seems as though it's a cycle. Like, oh, we're not good enough. So we might as well, they're not going to be good enough us closer to good. Well, because they're not going to be good enough in two years for sure they not built for two years from now. And they're gonna lose him in two years, and he doesn't seem to want to be here. So you gotta go. I mean, if you can improve by getting what difference does it make if they win sixty five games. With J T Rome Utah or if they win sixty three games without him. You know what I mean? Whatever the number is it doesn't make a difference. If you can get your number one prospect back in trade for him. Why not do it the overall sentiment? And I don't know anything about major league baseball prospects. Is that I mean, historically, the Marlins have kind of whiffed on the prospect holes that they have gotten before and the reaction this one is generally positive, the reaction is generally positive. I think the consensus that they got the most back for this trade that they did for any of the deals. I mean, I think the Zuma one right would be the second best on now on that list. We got a good pitcher the con-. Yeah. They got Sandakan Tara back in that trade, and he's probably going to be we'll know he will be in our rotation next year. And he's a young ace pitcher. So we'll see I mean, it's thinks I'm torn because I'm like holding out hope, and I'm going to not judge these moves because you won't know for a couple of years, but obviously it stinks. I mean, look at our lineup from two thousand seventeen or opening day lineup. Nobody like that hitting lineup that everyone was like this is a good line. Yup. Nobody's on. And it's not like they were going to spend like they had people locked in on value contracts. Right. And they were young guys. So I just don't understand why they did that they were honestly just a couple of pitchers away from being one of the best teams in major league baseball. I truly it was stand contract. It was the stand contract. I feel like that made. The jeeter crews be like we are spending way too much money, and we needed to start over because they had no farm system. Like, you can't just go out and keep spending after you give Stanton that contract. If you have no farm system to just go out and pay a couple of pitchers. That's just not a long term plan. I think it was a chant contract to be honest with you and understanding that because Chen was such a waste of money and he's still on the team, and he's a waste of money going forward at sounds harsh. But it's the truth. The guy hasn't really produced anything, and he's costing us twenty plus million dollars a year. And he's not even starting every game. And when he does start he does okay at home on the road. He's a mess, and you can't when you have that much money tied into one pitcher that's not producing it doesn't make sense to throw money in other directions. One thing that I noticed in this deal is I got more international allocation money, which seems to be a new strategy of the Marlins. That's how they got Victor. Right. I guess that's how they're going to bolster their their minor league prospects as well. That's a way that you could actually do that without making trades. They spent so much on the Victor victor's. I think they spent all the money that they had on the two on Victor, Victor and his brother, and he just acquired a quarter million in this deal. Yeah, I need to look into that. Because I'm not a hundred percent. Sure exactly how that works. But I think there are restrictions like year to year on how much you can spend. So the fact that they spent all their money last year. I think puts them in a worse position next year, but they've acquired money which will help them out. So I is that role in place it just prevent like the Yankees from getting everybody. I guess. I mean, everyone has the same amount of money when you start. So it's not like the Yankees can go, and they can say like I'm going to give this person the international money is different from like if you wanna get players from Japan, or whatever that's not international money. I don't believe that's more for like people that are not drafted, and it's like international signings that I do not believe is Japan, but it could be wrong. So Gordon Ragas name was bandied about yesterday during the trade deadline, Utah seems like a pretty obvious fit for him didn't end up happening. It was going to be for Rubio. Right. That would have been actually pretty cool. I would've liked Ricky Rubio down here. I just saw his name Benito about the move that they made with Tyler Johnson and Wayne Ellington going and Ryan Anderson coming does give them a little bit more flexibility. But it seems as though to me he cultures more about getting under the luxury tax and actually competing for championships lately. Because if that's he culture, then we can give that a certify -able success story. And all they have to do is. Played Kelly Olympic less. So he doesn't get an escalator. So it'll be interesting to see how they go about this. It can also do some other creative things. I'm sure but to get under that luxury tax line you have to sort of limit the amount of minutes. Kelly Olympic makes because there's an escalator. Two thousand hundred what what would make more sense seventeen something seventy. Yeah. It's just it's just a bummer that well, it's a bummer that this team as president presently. Constituted is flirting with that luxury tax later, we criticised like you can you can't blame Mickey for wanting to be under that tax. We snow. You can blame the heat for having. If you look at NBA salaries for a prior to that trade we were at the top. We were number one. We were number of money spent on player contracts, and the what was at the end of that rainbow was a team that was what two games under five hundred. Now, I mean, what did the sons benefit from taking that Tyler Johnson contract? Was that literally just James Jones James Jones he'd life her? Like, why would he get? He wanted like helped like why would he want to help the heat to his like is? I mean Tyler Johnson going to be like a main player for that. I don't know in Tyler Johnson got had a trade escalator which was a bit of a poison pill in that deal too. So Tyler Johnson the paid even more money now than if he were just to stay down here. But solid deal for the Miami Heat does provide them a little bit more flexibility one thing I was looking through Anderson's contract. And the guarantee he's got a twenty one million dollar deal or close to that. But if he's waived before July, ninth he greed to a partial guaranteed to get moved to Phoenix fifteen six. Yeah. So I mean that has value in a two I don't know if they trade it. Or if they just eat it and limit the actual cap it because Tyler would have been nineteen million next year. So that's like a three and a half, man. Save right. Yeah. And they got it's it's a bummer to see Wayne Ellington, go. I know that he wasn't part of the rotation as much this year. He was such a fan favourite last year. He hit a Jillian three pointers. He you could not leave him open. He was the man with the golden arm, and I'm gonna miss. Well, that was just as nickname that. It's almost like Eric while I was trying to do that. But subtly can we talk about Christmas thing that he came up with before the show that he's already come up with the forty forgot he came up with the beta? What is it? All right. I think that we should banned all markets together as one sports team like down here. We've got the heat the Panthers the dolphins the Marlins trades should be able to go through different sports like we should be. We should have been able to trade Goren drug each for Nick foles. You've absolutely have come before. This is absolutely something you've done be on air. Maybe I don't know. This has been something that you've done on. That would be fun. Imagine it whoever needs six four five six three. So most trades stupid who has the most trade value of our team. And by our team. I mean now Florida I think we just traded the guy JT, I think barky I think JT because he that position is such a premium itself, Florida, that's brower thing. Right. Like, that's what you say. If you live in Broward, you say south Florida like trick. People think Miami Tri county known for Miami says south Florida tonight. I gotta do. I don't I don't ignore the Sam for Miami. I do. Well, I'm not from Miami. Yeah. Like, you're right. They're like when you're out like, let's say, you're in New York and people are like where are you from? What's the first thing? You saw me say Miami say, south Florida. And then if they get more Hansie with it, I say, I say like just out of jail. Suburb before Lauderdale Miami fort Lauder, greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale. I mean, you guys could just go Miami. You don't really you live. You live. Somebody say Kay town chemical the fullest all day every day, not as many people. I always thought four Lauderdale's like some people you go places in Fort Lauderdale, really famous city. I know that's what I thought. I'm telling you. I've gone been on cruises. And I'm like four Lauderdale, and they're like, I'm like, Miami, probably on a cruise at left out of Fort Lauderdale, when they ask you where for a lot of it was I mean, I'm telling you, I'm telling you people not everyone so JT are we in agreement that JT previously had the most trade value. I mean, we could asteroid like either way he's gone now. So who has the most trade value out of all the sports teams down here for a team, south Florida slash Miami slash Fort Lauderdale slash k down is a barcode. Are we ball cost like what barky get back, ROY? If like they put them on the market. Like, would it be cross, sport wise? Oh, so the people can understand. Yeah. Good question. I don't know good question. It obviously have to be a town that has a hockey team. Do we get back David Joko for more rain on on? You gotta get more for that. In the top one hundred NHL players, whereas bark off like put put them in perspective for me, say probably he's definitely tough fifty. You. Couldn't get in joke because Cleveland doesn't have a hockey team. Can we lump in Columbus? If he's in the forty year because we're lumping in Fort Lauderdale the team, south, Florida. There's no Fort Lauderdale Markey's the forty second ranked player he might be pretty comparable to JT because JT might have been in the top might JT might be spending sixty Markov flare isn't poor 'cause hold like reputation is that he's the best two way player in the NHL. Yes. Absolutely. This is such a bad topic zero people of called it will call in for anything and zero people have called holiday calling in because I remember you doing it before they're calling into give their things like their trades across sports, and no one has any interest in. Oh, guys, we should tease this because we need to recover from how bad the segment David saves. David Johnson's coming up at nine thirty five. But I finally watch the mass singer. And I'm in on this show with you guys. Okay. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost. Nesting doll living most of her life in the duck inside the other nesting Dole's. He has plenty of time to think if could sadly, she has no brain, however, when an in a most nesting dole, his gyco not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer pity in most nesting Dollond her lot in life. Dr lebatardshow rapid it on here. Dan. Take you for a ride. Doc yourself in is what I meant not strap it on one hour. I meant strap yourself in here, Dan. Stugatz. Listen, it was a poor choice of words for phrasing. But I meant rep in because there are several big words coming up in this last story. Don't strap anything. With our show with stugatz on the ticket stupidity. The number one podcast in the nation in the sports and recreation category, not the exact the same fanfare. Not exactly being no bra right now. So soon God's army. Go ahead. Subscribe rate and review. Okay. The it took a while. I guess every listener in their cars was processing you're amazing segment that you already done before which is cross-border trades. But we finally got two calls of people with cross-border trades, essentially, the idea if you weren't listening before good on you, you're very lucky, but Chris had this idea. Again, the great idea where you lump all of your towns teams together, and you could trade essentially, Gordon drug for the example, Wiki Bill into his Nick foles who says, no, okay. So that's the concept. And now we go out to the phones to see if this the segment has any legs. And we don't feel good about it. So we go out to Jimmy Jimmy, go ahead. You got to trade for us. Yes, I'm from Los Angeles. And I know the Rams were just in the Super Bowl. But LA's already always been Lakers town, first and foremost, so Los Angeles traits Aaron Donaldson New Orleans for Anthony Davis who says no. That's a great. But I found because Jimmy I just found a loophole in all of this. It's unfair. Elliot's got two football teams. Yeah. That's true. I mean, New York has two football teams and basketball teams with Brooklyn because he got a lump in Brooklyn. I got to. Baseball teams, this is unfair. There would have to just be a GM. That's not like committed to one team. Because obviously the GM of the Rams is not gonna want to do that. Because how does that benefit him to like the mayor, right? The mayor of a town needs to be the GM and it sorry Rams. You guys had a run. But it's for the betterment of the city. We're going to bring an Anthony Davis helped the Lakers out. You guys will still be good. You've got a good offense. You election so much more fun because I feel obscene now running for mayor of Chicago. Yeah. You have all the GM's in a may oral Riley mayor of Miami Riley, mayor of Miami. Is that is that we want to trust that we want to trust them. Apparently, you know, I mean don't be afraid to make trade with somebody. That's not a former player. I'm so I'm so down on this, man. I'm so, but they did they listen to me for that. I thank you, Pat Riley because I- tempered expectations, and I said, I'm giving up on the dream of flipping Tyler Johnson's contract for anybody. Good just swap crap for crap. And you did that Pat Riley. We got Ryan Anderson, and I got a reason to tune in to see if you actually play him. Although I think you might because Kelly Lennox minutes restrictions because we want to get onto that luxury tax. We go out to Sean who's got another trade. Guys, another depress Lakers fan tier after yesterday lay said like college said earlier it is Lakers town at the end of the day. I grouped in Anaheim with Los Angeles as well. Just 'cause you know, sometimes they call they'll call it LA. Rule it applies approved. Okay. So I'm going up board here. I'm doing Mike trout. Sean McVeigh for James harden into dating clowning coaches. Now, this is. Okay. Okay. Chris, Cody, I see you. I see you. We just traded a coach. All right. Why don't we have so many people on the west coast going in? This is a local hour. You people are insane. Thank you so much for the call, Sean. Okay. We go out to James. He's got another trade coaches. He's got James is three topics. The these are in trades. Okay. All right. I like Brian. Let's go ahead. James you're on the air. All right. Yeah. I got three topics so topic. I tell me I or topic. I I. Roy you do the honors. I I know ROY does that. I all right. Good. All right. So this is a pet peeve. It's a it's a bathroom related team. And I wanted to CVS had any other bathroom related pet peeves? But when you're taking poop and you're on an automatic toilet. And you accidentally like shifts and a certain way, and if you don't fly ship. Yes, sorry shifts and the toilet flushes before you're ready. I hate that. And that's you know, you get water sprang up underneath you. It's terrible. I hate it too. That's a pet peeve show. Would I all right? We go now to I. Okay. So I went to Walgreens yesterday, and I had to get Nyquil and the Nyquil buy one get one fifty percent off. So I'm like, well, I wanna get to. But I we use Nyquil Allott. And there was a there was a two pack though. I contemplated getting four. But then I'm like, okay. Well, the lady is gonna think that I'm a frigging crackhead if I get four Nyquil. So I was just wondering what you guys were done that situation with you've gotten to just void judgment from the cashier. Yeah. I have I would have bought as many as I wanted and just explained to her that I was just going for the bargain. Four. And I was like, you know, I'm not I'm not I'm not making drugs. I'm just you know, on a few seven in the praise of the deal that you're getting like when you're talking to the clerk just to throw off the scent that you might be a junkie say. Wow. Two for one. Can you believe it? I I've had I've run into that issue with soda before. Because I don't really like to buy soda because it's bad for you. And I feel like people are judging you, but they have this thing with a twelve pack of soda sometimes. It's by to get one free you but people don't overdose on soda. I know. But it's just I just feel like a like a freak where I'm not buying anything else that I'm just walking up to the register with three twelve packs of coke James so far. I love this call and you have one topic left. And it's the last one on the board topic. I please. Okay. Well, hopefully, there's something about the worst one. But I was going to microwave something this morning, and you'll have says like you can make way for one to two minutes. I just wanted to get your thoughts. Do you do you don't for one? Or do you go for two minutes or you split it down the middle and do like a minute and a half. I go one minute. And then I'll. Yes. Put my finger in it give it a field. I don't like to over microwave things I'd like to over nuke things because I like my food piping hot as one to two minutes. I'm going to minutes. It's open. Open door Roy's pack here ROY put stuff. Like, didn't you say once it was like it was just like an a leftover meal with like a little meat a little potato little vegetable you Mike waited for like three minutes. I did it wasn't. It wasn't little beat. It was a lot of it's redo. It was like veggies. Two minutes is plenty of veggies for like, eight minutes. The other day knows three. I want you open that container in the highest. No, you don't want it gets chewing, especially meat. You don't wanna over Mike wave meet because microwaving some something you are messing with the chemical composition of the food. So it's not the same sort of experience. It's gotta be pretty any leftovers. Two minutes is plenty it's plenty hot begging for judgments do what you do. Is you go min and a half, then you stir right or? A minute shift around later, and then you straight minutes doesn't do anything s after a minute. And how much more time heat up China rotate, the food you ever heat up Chinese food. And you think you do it. Right. And like you burn your mouth on the on the first, and then you take a bite out of the middle. And it's it's got ice in it. And you're like how is this possible? How is I just burn my mouth on this and parts of it are still cold that doesn't make any sense, James? You can go to the front line. Anytime you eight James what do you do? He's an over. I do sales for an aspirin Foods cO. Oh, you'll get night. Now, you're asking me what I do in the microwave. I do I do over. I always do the most. We what do you do for? What do you do in sales and food? I that's my you're asking what I do for my job. It'd be asking. Well. That I don't know. Secretive about it. No, I do sales for natural foods company. I tell him Booja get no collusion. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Tasty stuff. Not really my bag. But I appreciate the call or it can Bucci later James later. I love that guy. Call that was a really good call. All right. Who should we go out? She now Judy online one is the guy with the Greg Cody ten, oh, according to juju juju is that. You are you indeed the person with Greg Cody calf tattoo with the block letters above Greg. Cody animated face at say, Cody. He's I am. I am have prove it. I could send it to you guys on Instagram. I go out and give you my Instagram. My latest picture had the picture share. What is Instagram? Let's wait is ju ju on a date. You jay. Okay, Jen, and you can confirm for us that this is like not one of those like month-long tattoos. This is like a permanent for real. I send it to you guys DM like a couple months ago when I first got it. Doesn't need have this. Greg coach guy, are you? Are you actually a marine biologist? Absolutely not. That's how I get. That's how I get women. Okay. Well, what do you tell them? What's your pickup line is a marine biologist you Dr juju Gotti? No, I go out to the beat sometime, and you know, by some wells. Change you. Let's talk about the tattoo number one. What what compelled you to get a tattoo of Greg Cody on your calf to say way feels dance. They, you know, sometimes he gets looks at great coding and just get happy. You know, he doesn't say they for me every time he talks he makes me wanna be old. You know, I never wanted to be. Oh, I never had a Jayme of being older one day. And now I thought I I do wanna be oh, do you have any other people tattooed on your body? You got him. Just just the guys is on money. You know, all the faces on each money right now in in your most recent Instagram post. I see I see. Yeah. Enter jackson. I think I see Ulysses grant. And I see Greg Cody on your legs. So what did the tattoo artists say when you asked for this? Is white guy. And then I gotta Jan Lewis blamed doing that. And even even deeper than that, I was going through a rough patch one time, and I tune into you guys. And it was the day that he was singing California love, and it made me so happy that Aki at the end. And I almost fell out man is incredible. We're talking to juju Gotti who is the man that has Greg Cody calf tattoo. Do you have any interest in getting my face on your other calf? Absolutely not use it. I think. And maybe one day. I don't know how it's not finished. You know what I mean? Either way I was gonna get a whole meal, but I didn't go back yet bureau. Greg. Mirror of you, guys. Oh, wow. God that was bad. Oh, God, you it's awesome. Steven eight by the way, I see that you met Steven at the Super Bowl. It was amazing. I got to ask him some some some candidate questions, and you will be surprised the answers. That's quite the LA. And he is he is not six one. He is like six eight. You're tall to juju guy. You're almost his height. How tall are you actually? But he's tolerant spirit his his. Yeah. You side it should read larger than life. I never debated. That beer wasn't six eight. He's definitely going to sell spirit juju Godley with has anybody seen this too and yelled at you something show related like, I get the show or you never know. Or is it generally just met with indifference? It generally met with indifference, but the ESPN week in the Super Bowl, I live here in Atlanta. So while I was walking around the Super Bowl. I got a lot of babies. You know what? And people wanted to take pictures of it, and that was pretty awesome. So what's me because I'm from the hood, you know, people don't speak walk up to me and say, hey, how you doing? You know, what's better conversation starter for you? The tattoo are being faked marine biologist. The two most definitely most definitely what is it that you actually do if you're not a marine biologist because it could have pulled me. Yeah. I'm I'm a studio manager I've managed recording studio here that nanna call patchwork. All right, you you gotta call us back if anyone famous and says, you never know to you because of the tattoo of Greg Cody on your calf you've got to relay that. So Dan, do you have any questions for juju Godley? I mean, what's the matter with him? Like why why would you do that? Like you day, you explained you say whenever you see the coda you just get happy. He of the ramp people. Hey doesn't same things. Let me back off. I know, but he's a back Austin. Good back off our family. All right. But I don't often see my calf. Juju guy followed you back. Yeah. Yeah. Follow back back. I talk to you soon. All right. We love you too. Daddy, juju Coty. Okay. We gotta go to I have and one more one last call for Chris cody's rehashed segment cross sports raids where you lumping all your professional teams into one town. And we've made the mayor of Miami, Pat Riley, we go out now to Ivan Ivan you're on the air. Actually isaac. But it's nice to meet you Isaac. So every I look like Rosie presence love child with Chris Farley. Oh, I got a three straight Swedish exports. So I'm glad to Florida. He who should not be named to the clippers and sue to the raiders listening. Thank you Isaac. All right. Do you guys have anything for that? Or should we just call it? We should have. We should have left on this guy. We have David Samson joining the show next donlevatar. Would you mind if the new owners of the Marlins knocked down that statue and center field, an eyesore? But it's to the point that it's, you know, our eyesore, really. It's something that we all laugh at together so bad that it's become good. You wouldn't go to New York and take away the apple then come on still God's would you guys? Look at a lot of other things and describe it that way, it's something that I'm mock. But it's something that is in the middle of my city. So therefore, I'm proud of it and don't want it removed pit bull. Okay. You went. This is our show with the stugotz on the ticket. This is damning information from Sam Miller of ESPN dot com. I'm just going to read to you as David Samson comes on. And we will talk movies with him in a second. But JT real Mutoko led all catchers in war over the past two seasons. He has the fastest pop time of any catcher he runs faster than any other catcher. And he hits like a right fielder. You wouldn't have known. It was happening right away. But by September two thousand sixteen you'd have been convince. What he was legit. He was making the major league minimum and had more than four years until his free agency of the Marlins all time twenty-five players by war. Real mutual ranked sixteenth twenty three have now been traded away rather than held onto until they reached free agency. Good God, man, like honest to God, and is one of those twenty five Jose Fernandez like they've they've kept as many of died is that right? Is that accurate anyway, David Sampson with us? Your reaction was what to J J T real mutual being traded. We knew he was going to be traded. He was unhappy. Here they deserve. He deserves a better place to play then the miss dumpster. But what did you think about what they got in return? Well, I my reaction was finally because they've been trying to trade them a whole off season. And they were tried to wait for a good package better package the best package, and if the pitcher they got I wanna call them six dollars, Scott. No, no because that brings back my old days, but they got a potential number one starter the problem with all these prospect traits, as you know, as you can't grade them for a couple of years, the other pieces will store and the and the catcher is just going to be there starter that are fine. But the real centerpiece was this prospect pitcher Sixto so from my perspective, they had a trade him. It had nothing to do. Dan with him not wanted to be here at nothing to do with his war that had to do with. He was the only valuable piece left to try to what der it's trying to do is rebuild the system in his mind thinking that a better farm system will somehow make the Marlins winters at some points on the field. And he may or may not be right? Isn't the pitching prospect even more of an injury risk in the average power pitching injury risk? No. You need you need, basically our map. Always was you need about twelve prospects to get one player twelve good pitching prospects to get one good pitcher. So you're just in. It's a game of numbers because half of them are going to get hurt half of them are going to suck. And so you just get as many as you can. And one of them that you hope is going to be good. So for all these traits. The Marlins have done if they get one or two frontline players from all of these guys they traded. They will have done. Okay. That was not an opinion, by the way, that was a mathematical fact, the Marlins twelve prospects for everyone pitcher, unfortunately, the rest of baseball too but four or five so you can it's it's not though. I mean, you think that I mean, you just you have this bias against the Marlins, and by the way now that I'm not there only if I was earned David unto earned by us against them that you guys earned it again. And again, nobody's ever earned anything the way the Marlins have earned that nobody I'd like you to just look at other teams, and how many of their top twenty five war or people are not on the team or didn't get the free agency or just make sure you have competitors. Let me read for while. Then hold on a second of the Marlins all time top twenty five players by war. Real mutual ranked sixteenth Twenty-three of now been traded away rather than held onto until they reach free agency. The other two truly are the exceptions that prove the rule AJ Burnett and the Marlins hated each other by the end, but Burnett made it to free. Agency because the much discussed deal to send him to Baltimore hit a snag when the Marlins kept trying to throw more of their players in the slop the other Jose Fernandez died in a boat crack before reaching for agency. The Marlins had tried to trade him to according to former team president, David Samson. It was the other team Sampson. Claim recently that stopped the deal. This is not normal the Rockies who debuted as a franchise at the same year. The Marlins did have held onto nine of their all time twenty-five through free agency or retirement and an additional four of those twenty five or still on their roster. The expansion Diamondbacks traded only fourteen of their all time twenty twenty-five. And even the notoriously proactive rays of kept seven of their all time top twenty five through free agency. The Marlins are genuinely weird they trade everybody. Faced all he had to do was keep reading. I love it. That's outstanding journalism. Thank you for reading that on the air. That was very good radio. But you just need to back off. The Marlins are worse than anybody ever at this. Yeah. Catch him anymore. I I'm I'm totally fine. I'm saying what Derek has traded. I guess four or five of those guys. So I'm I'm responsible. I'm just like the rays bent, close to the Diamondbacks. Every trade tells us story, but these Twenty-three trades together till three bigger stories. That's the first one. The Marlins are weird all the time and their own way. They're the most stable franchise in baseball because they're weirdness is a permanent state each of these trades on its own could be justified for baseball or financial reasons. But none of these trades any longer stands on its own. They're all part of the ongoing story of the Marlins, whoever owns them. Whoever runs them becomes by definition, Florida, man. That's a great point. So the question that that is facing baseball right now is Florida possible. Can they do to major league teams or even one major league team? That's an issue. We have to think about as a market for our home community. Then maybe sports just isn't as good here as we all wish it were who wrote that. Again. I know you mentioned it. But that's really well. Rick miller. Yes. Those are five different executives Sampson bind fist Loria Michael hill. Derek jeeter representing two different ownership groups, but telling the same story no longer there's not enough money here. But rather the players are not good enough here. One way to get better players is to help the players you have get better. That's what the big organization of coaches and analysts nutritionists, physical trainers and front office executives are theater, theoretically. Therefore, they're part of this big collaborative effort to help players. Get better hundreds of major league leaguers overperform expectations every year an optimistic view of baseball says that more than that's more than enough reason for hope this is not the story about baseball. The Marlins have told over the past decade their vision of baseball has been the guys they hired a bad in the franchise should just start over and over and over yellowish was under club control for five more years when he was traded Gordon for four stint for at least three ozone Zuma for two real mutual for two. It's an astounding lack of imagination that can consider any way out. Of that scenario other than a tear down. You got anything for me? Yeah. You asking me. I so we kept. And I I'm going to defend one thing that I did that you attack, and you don't do it with any factual basis we had a team that was together longer after three. Then the championship teams before when you looked one two three years down the line. We started making those changes for the sixties, and that's three years later. Then in those six we kept Uggla and Ramirez and all those guys for a five to six year run up, and then we stopped it in twelve. Now, this twit two thousand twelve run was another five six year run before jeeter twit before those guys in anybody. Listen, I would love to tell you that Derek Jeters wrong here, believe me more than you'll ever know. But he had no choice then that window with STAN yellow chose that window was gone. He's trying to start a new window. That's the reality of running eight low revenue team that was low revenue under high. Inga under Henry under Loria and under jeeter. It's not supposed to be low revenue with the stadium, though, David you've kept all those guys for longer than you expect to and gave the contracts to Castillo and low emotionally because you knew you couldn't do it again, tearing down something and then asking for a new stadium. Wet wet wet whatever my motivation was however self-serving it was does not change the reality of what the market can afford them. What it cannot afford? I'm actually going to do something. I'm actually going to defend David. I was really happy with generally their approach post championship. And they kept that team. And they actually got kind of close in the added pieces of super excited about that lo Duca trade the Carlos ogodo trade actually worked out for this team. So I think they did. Right. And they probably pull the plug history. We'll we'll say at the right time. But you mentioned that the window had closed on yelich Stanton Osuna. And is that just the financials dictating that? Yeah. Because the Stanton deal, I guess because if you kept that team together all you need to do is at an armor to and that's probably the best team in the division. Yeah. It was a financial wind up. I mean, when you when you look at the, you know, you never believe no one ever believed how much money the Marlins lost. But the number speaks themselves came in. Now granted they had they. They paid a lot for the franchise, but they couldn't operate it losing money the way it was. So they had to change it. Can it be told now in your opinion, David Sampson is someone who was involved in all of these situations and has a contract that now excuses him from from being critical of the Marlins? Can you tell us what you believe Derek jeeter overpaid for that team by like like now, I know you're going to say it's worth whatever it is the jeeter made it worth. But what I'm saying is like what jeeter hate you. Why? Gainer hates me because in his opinion. He overpaid by four hundred million dollars. Because there was no one else who is bidding what he was bidding bet. His opinion of why he hates me. He didn't overpay for four hundred million. It's that let smoke out that Sherman guy again down Bruce Sherman. He's hiding under a pile of money. How do you get let him get away with that? I mean, the principal owner of a local team of any team. Can you imagine an owner of a sports team? Who absolutely is not available ever. It's it's only because his headquarters are in British Columbia was that where it well. Mark island on sorry. Whatever got British right. What is one dollar fine? Okay. One dollar fine. By the way, part of the reason that the financial windows close was because of bad deals to weigh in Chen and Martin produ and other people in the bullpen. So wasn't the players that were traded. I mean, they were gonna make more money, but it's because bad money was tied up two other players. Just remember one thing at the time. They weren't bad money say what you want we signed way inch and to be the number two behind Jose Fernandez as a one two punch that would complement the outfield to take us to the play offs and possibly then a World Series it if we knew that he would end up stinking in the first two years. We've course you wouldn't have side, but weren't you bidding against yourself. Listen when Scott pours gets involved, and he deals with Jeffrey alone. All all Wiki got. We wanted Jen. But we wanted him for two years three years, maybe maybe a fourth year. And all all boys was able to do was get up to sixteen million a year. And up to a fifth year. But we all agreed that having way in on the team as number two or a number three was smart and good free agent signing that's a legitimate signing that the Marlins made. Of course, you criticize now 'cause he sucks, but at the time, it was a great idea. I feel like we've been doing a version of this show anytime someone gets traded for ten years. It's excellent radio. But we have savagely beaten David Samson for something that he's no longer responsible for regardless. What's the movie, but he is though David Samson, David Samson and Laurie ran this team for sixteen of the twenty five years at it's been existence. So part of the problem with the fan base, and the moorlands is David Sampson and Loria he's not running the team anymore, but the bad feelings exist because of how they ran the team. These are fans there people they're emotional. They're not robots. So you can say this doesn't work moneywise or whatever it is that you want, but people have felt betrayed by them for years. And that's carried it, by the way. The top betrayal of all time. If you're talking about it, we came in after high zinc and Henry, so we did not write the book on betray a we just wrote the next chapter. That's true. Yeah. But you added chapters to that book you guys had chances to fix bronner's plural down guys. Look, you guys wrote a sequel like that I was successful. But you guys came in and wrote a sequel that was almost as good as the firm kept her booting, the frame, just called betrayal. It's bigger than fast and furious. No. And this latest one while it is a different organization and while it's a different ownership group. Like, you set them up to be in that position to do this again. So can get off scot-free year blaming me for their decision to trade Stanton. Yellows an Gordon and j p rail modo that farm says that is a great compliment. Thank you that farm system was bear. When jeeter got there because by the way, who cares about embar system. We wanted. We wanted to win at the major league level. I won't apologize for trading away players to try to get better at the big league level. But that's not a. Sustainable plan for success. You have to have a farm system. If you wanna have a dynasty if you wanna have a team. That's good. The more than giant the the Marlins not they way you guys ran a team. Now, there's very few teams or capable of having a dynasty, maybe Yankees. Maybe dodgers, maybe Red Sox. No other team every other team operates with windows, and you try to make you windows long as possible at the big league level. I don't care. If Jacksonville loses one hundred fifty games, we had airplane windows. We've got hold on. We've got a minute left for view your movie, this is a badgering. He's been opinion on the whole time. Honestly, feel bad. All right. A minute. We got a minute left. What are you reviewing today? I wanna talk about Albert any because he died right before we came on the air, and I was going to review the ballot BUSTER scrubs. But we'll move that to another week to come brother movie, the number one Albert Finney movie. And we've got a lot of talk on this ready. But to me, it was big fish, which is the Tim Burton movie where he played the basically you and mcgregor's character as an adult. It is a movie with Billy quota if you haven't seen a ghost. At even if you think it's old it his simply phenomenal. You'll Lassen you'll cry. He was great Narran Brockovich. Great as Winston Churchill. Daddy, warbucks a great career. And it makes me feel old that all the people. I love is actors are now beginning to die, and this was a tough morning. So rest of peace Albert fitting. Thank you them. I the cat named Schmidt. He died. David Samson was legitimately emotional their login and he's made of wires. My I don't know. I don't know. And you just came in with your joking your jazz hand with your Schmidt joke, and I've got to admit it was good Sampson. We'll talk to you next week. 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The New BBQ King is In Town And Hes From Texas!

The BBQ Central Show

59:41 min | 1 year ago

The New BBQ King is In Town And Hes From Texas!

"Happy to have you here for the really big barbecue. Show we cook because we have to and we grill because we want to get me. If you have a great show of a big Fan blowing through the problem in the crackle Sean Li Dog Shit. PC working right now the fans like that we are into the second hour yeah here we go missed the first hour you missed a lot of technical difficulties altis and I'm still not sure what the hell happened with that matter of fact. I'm going to shutdown skype and restarted. We did have a little hang up there. While Robin was on nothing on her side my side weird following you spend all all this time prior to hitting air testing and rebooting and refreshing and re testing to provide a flawless project right and then it blows up in your face I hate maybe I am going to push the show just podcast so I like the in a way not besides undying love for doing the show live. It is a pressure point for me where I have to produce if I didn't have a fist on my head to do the show. I'm sure I would talk myself out of doing it. I I guarantee it so I like doing a five anyway whatever I do. I like to do it live. We'll do it live attract. We do it live because we live still to come on this. Show Fred Robe Lisov Rio Valley meets will be joining us. We talking to him about the latest win this past weekend at the American Royal Open. We'll also talk to him. Emma Buyout the invitational side of things and how that went and I'm always fascinated. I mean the the majority while I mean it's not the majority but there's a lot a lot of teams that will show up to do the invitational on Saturday and then of course they're turning around and doing the open on Sunday where you might have one hundred eighty teams on an invitation side on a Saturday and you turn around and the roughly triple that and the amount of teams in the open. You don't need to win a grand championship like you have to who in order to get the invite for the invitation all you have to do is pay the entry fee and cart your sweet ass out to the Kansas City Motor speedway and away you go you can go up against the top teams in the industry and it doesn't matter where your traditional sanctioning bodies are. You just roll right it out there. It is the KCBS judged event and you can have at it with the best of the best. There are still very few places places where anybody can go up against the best. You can't just walk out onto the baseball diamond. Go Up Against Major League Baseball Talent Halen because you're not that Taylor by the this instance in this competition you can go up against the best they might be standing right next to you and their spot so we'll talk to fred about the big win as past weekend bunch other stuff as well. We'll talk to him about inside and outside skirt steak. I'm right on that. I believe if then I ask Doug Hassle that last weekend about inside or outside skirt steak or something like that. I believe I did coming out. Don't forget you can follow me socially ABC central show on Instagram and twitter slash. BBQ Central Show on facebook coming up this Friday the best moments of the Barbecue Central. Show in ten minutes or less. Yes we have episode ninety. We are ten away from one hundred episodes expertly produced by a John Solberg. Who's also the Michigan embedded correspondent of the show who you will hear next week evaluating the subway brisket sandwich and the Arby's brisket good sandwich and then we will start discussing between all of us which one is better at why and then we will nominate and unveil a winner of fast food brisket sandwiches is however an episode nine John will take us back to September of two thousand and eleven so eight years ago uh-huh almost to the day the first portion of the show brings me back to a dark. It's a time where I had to do a little truth telling us work a time when nefarious activities we're going on at my place of work at that point a time when I had to call out a CO worker a this very global broadcast broadcast and introduce you to someone called the lunch thief. You know the lunch safe that piece of crap that goes around into the community frigid work looks it over like it's his own personal grocery store and then just takes whatever the hell he he wants and eats. It doesn't matter if your names on it doesn't matter if your name is an enemy or on it doesn't matter that he didn't bring it because the lunch they've never brings anything so when he opens the refrigerator he knows there's nothing in there for him except except the lunch thieves mindset is everything in there is for me that piece of crap in Cleveland he went by the name of Ray Harris. That's right Ray. I still remember your name clear Isabel Bowie. You might have a different name for this tool but no matter what the name we can all agree that these peop- or worst that humankind has off the worst ray Harris lunch thief here in Cleveland Ohio who knows what he's doing and now he's probably in jail serving life sentences for multiple lunch thefts and he finally thieves the wrong purse and go into painstaking detail about how he feed my lunch in the second portion of the shell I chat with meet head and we go in depth about temperature's barry important safety of course proper cooking temperatures to get you you your supreme and results. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast in order to get the best of show if you don't want to subscribe to any podcast that you have visit the website on Friday an order to listen to the lunch thief and had an I talk about temperatures and we thank John Solberg for continuing to produce the show now this was sent to me by a official Colorado. 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That's good for the first time and the time in the seven thousand seven thousand time or seven hundred pack first time ten time all the time ten percent off barbecues central. BBQ Central One word come on. Let's do some of those sausage slammers Jalapeno Cheddar and the beats off beef sausage before try the king when we come back stick around. We'll be right back They only show giving you a monthly visit from Dr Barbecue. I'm actually named meet the author of Barbecue Bible bloggers reviewers competitors competitors manufacturers by dozens the barbecue central show once again. Here's your host Greg. REMM all right. Welcome back this portion of the show being brought to you by Smithfield. Are you ready to find out where you rank against all competitive barbecue teams across the country. Smoking Smithfield Dot Com S. M. spoken was midfield dot COM to check your rank Smithfield National Barbecue Championship and that is getting ready ready in November beginning November. I think the come off the national championship the I ever Smithfield National Barbecue Championship by the way so make sure you're signed up and ready to go for that my guest in the second hour can now be referred to as king friend of of Texas and the world for that matter on the most formidable competition coats on the circuit today past weekend. He took down the crown at the American royal opened the barbecue contest so we go ahead and race with hotline and welcome back the pit master. Real Valley needs barbecue team fred rubble joining me here on the show hatred. I am doing absolutely fabulous probably not as good as you. You are the current keeper of the crown so last time you're on we were talking about plans of heading down the final table at twenty eighteen world championships. Obviously didn't go as planned and actually I wanted to talk a little bit about rural through championships a little bit later but this past weekend you make the run up to Kansas City for the American royal for that weekend and when it's all said and done you walk away with the open title over four hundred and sixty seven other teams so let's go ahead and start their from a thirty thousand foot view. The weekend Fred Wendy load in What's what's the prep like for you guys. And what was your overall thoughts of the twenty. One Thousand Nine version of the American Roy. Well this event to to begin with is like no other. I mean this is a this is a big old barbecue family gathering man you got you got everybody from every corner of the of the nation and for the world for that matter coming into Kansas speedway that weekend and I left home Tuesday morning of last week Doc made the made the trip in two days by the twenty hour drive from me from where I'm at but we split up in two days I got there Wednesday loaded in and got up and just the festivities started and it's fun and Games for a couple of days and then it's all it's all business comes Saturday and Sunday Eh both the invitational and the open gray yes sir we were fortunate to have won a couple of the the air and we got into the material able to do that under the open as well for the folks that have never been I mean I've never personally been but I've lived vicariously through through a bunch of the pitmasters that go there for that weekend and then come on the show to talk about the experience but for somebody that's never been I mean. Can you put into perspective of how big the event is and perhaps more importantly from a competitor's perspective how on point you need to be to say okay yeah. Well here are some time frames where I'm going to enjoy the camaraderie. Maybe partake in a couple of beverages this and that but when it hits X. Time then we're going to focus and its task ask at hand on Friday task it on Saturday Tashkent on Sunday. How do you work that schedule so you don't get caught up and all of a sudden you're out late on a Friday and you're going to start start to see the negative results of partying a little too hard when it comes time to actually cook from from spectators point of view I mean it's I mean if if you've ever been to a racer nascar fan or anything like that we're we're. I mean you gotta realize that's worth Kansas speedway and and it's it's the inside the oval inside of where the cars are running and it's a huge space for as far as your eyes conceive. You've got barbecue tents and trailers pits and just it's all barbecue that we can so it's really cool seeing all these different rigs and from spectator point of view. you see all these nice fancy trailers you see all kinds of stuff and I saw oh I saw opened fire Rotisserie at some of corporate party there. I mean you see you see stuff that that it's not just it's not just a smoker. I mean it's all kinds of stuff going on from me from me. Competitor's point of view yeah we tried to get there just say hi to everybody and and hanging out with buddies we don't see all the time and that that goes on Wednesday and Thursday Friday comes around and usually Darren has his own for tenderloin luncheon on Friday Feb.. Always Barbecue has their breakfast. We you do the breakfast. We do the lunch thing and after that we're we're getting after we're we're. We're starting to do our injections and propeller meats and get ready for Saturday morning up to to me. It's I'm I'm to win the contest. I'm not yeah all those saying hi and party and all that stuff is fine and Dandy but we're there for one reason and one reason only and that's to you go and try to win that game. You're Texas based guy so let's talk how let's say a Houston livestock and Rodeo barbecue contests and all all of the parties and entertaining that that's known for compared to the American royal are they on the same level or as one above the other and I I honestly honestly I am from Texas Houston about four and a half hour drive from me and spending my my come as a shock to to the whole world but I have never been to eastern Rodeo I haven't been invited to cook but I always told myself that I would never go until I actually qualified to be there and uncooked under my own team name so luckily this weekend we punched our tickets. Heath Rodeo so we'll be cooking there and then if it were put me on after February I'll Tony when the differences and right now I have no idea I've heard probably what you've heard the big parties big corporate events and Houston. I've heard it's a lot of fun but I have. I've never actually been Fred Robos joining here on the show at Master of Rio Valley meat and were recapping the American royal this past weekend so let's talk about the invitatinal you you get ready to cook that Ura pretty well versed. KCBS cook. I mean certainly you do your share of Texas as well but How are you gearing up for the invitational because you know it's always the ongoing conversation or argument right is is the American royal the most prestigious Jack the most prestigious everybody wins is invited to show up at the Texas Motor speedway and go head to head to head one hundred eighty plus times. So how do you view that particular portion of the contest and Dan. How are you ramped up to handle it. Well you gotta realize to get into the Everybody has to have qualified to get into the invitation by winning. grant a grant at a contest somewhere throughout the year so you're you're thinking about that going in and saying hey. I'm going up again. I don't know how many teams are one one hundred sixty eight hundred and eighty teams this year and they're all champions. They're all winners so you know you need to be on your game. You need to be it'd be prepared at the end of the Damon everybody. The air is a good cook. I think it always comes down to who makes the least mistakes and who gets on the right table. it's and I've always we send about competition barbecue. The Best Barbecue doesn't always win but that's just a that's just the name of the game. That's the game we play every weekend and that's just the way they're how did you feel your invitational. Cook. When I thought I had a really really really good cook I was telling some of the guys after that Saturday evening. probably the brisket cooked that name was probably one of the top three brisk time ever in my life if you look at the results the results say that but I felt that I had a I had a chicken I walked in and chicken twelve chicken with my best showing Saturday and limitation them but I'm I'm happy to have seen a bunch of my friends. Walk the stage that they and and that's all we can do at the at the end of the day. We're all we're all friends and Do you WANNA see your friends be successful. Is it frustrating where you cook top three at least in your estimation at the top three brisk of all time that you've ever cooked and the judges don't see it that way or is it. Is that the fickle bitch known as competition Titian Barbecue. You've seen it happen number of times to you and it's just something that happens then you move on. I mean it happens. I've been context then I I still recall this one concept. That didn't Texas that to this bay. It's probably the best brisket I've ever cooked and I sat on my hand the whole time at awards I never did get a walk but that's just the nature of the beast to me and and and again I always preach and some of the classes that I do. I always tell I always tell everybody there middle of the road barbecue you and I guess I guess to me. That was a while. I was like wow to me but somebody else might have been like wow. That's not good at all. You know so sometimes sometimes just having a good. Just you know it tasted barbecue. Gets you much further than a man. This is the best I've ever barbecue so I could see it both wasteman It's just it's just a game. We play like I said a little while ago. That's the way it is and at the end of the at the end of the at the end of the day you do enough of ladies competitions and you realize that the cream usually rises to the top and at the end of the day the law of averages kicks in and if you're a good cook you're GonNa you're GONNA get walk. Tread rebels joining me here on the show breaking down this past weekend's American Royal Fred when you are done with the invitational side. You said You get the twelve as Colin Chicken. Do you and you're getting ready to now. Make the turn back to the open side. Obviously it's a whole different deal right. You go from one hundred and eighty teams to just shy of five hundred teams. Anybody can get in here so a lot of pitmasters. Tell me you go from all winners to what is more or less a fairly large majority percentage of a crapshoot crapshoot as far as the the barbecue is concerned now as you would say a couple of minutes ago I mean cream typically rises to the top and these events you don't typically see some no name barbecue you ca- team come out of the blue and win the open not saying that it hasn't happened but traditionally doesn't because the better team seem to always finish towards the top but do you make any eh sizable adjustments from what you did in the invitational to the open because there's GonNa be a lot more judges or maybe there's not going to be as experienced judges as were for the invitation side or is it the same program Saturday into Sunday and just hope for better results. It's funny that I was talking to my neighbors. It's actually met this weekend my neighbors there on the camp site next to me and we were talking about our results. Saturday night and it's like they asked me. You'RE GONNA change anything. I said No. I'M GONNA force feed them the same thing. I gave them the day tomorrow so to be. I speak to what I know It's it's the same thing I've run KCBS or get all your loan I did the exact same thing. I've had a result of it. don't change it. If it ain't broken okay you know so like when I went to my very first Jack I've talked to a couple of guys who have you know multi time the been into the Jack several times and they told me go dance at the one who bring you there you know just just do what you do and and and hope for the best then that's all we can do is hope to when your table and and hopefully end up somewhere so some people would sit there and also tell you that that is the exact definition of insanity doing the same thing over and over again in writing a different result but obviously competition barbecues a little different. I think we're all insane. Man We really are we do the same thing every weekend and hope for different resolved and and we use anything usually get different results sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worst. I always tell people we can go from zero to hero and from hero to zero from one week into in the back so let's let's talk about. I'm sorry go ahead yeah. I can go cook event this weekend and probably end up that last but that's just the way that's just the way it is. Let's talk about that flavor profile for a minute. you know over the course of the last couple years. Have you made any real big distinct changes off of one one meet program to the next or review been fairly consistent right along the line I think I think my stuff is pretty. pretty middle of the road I haven't changed my brisket recipe since day one that I started and competition barbecue it's just been producing for me. It's been a solid brisket. Um Oh man is probably one of the meats that I'm business for as brisket but I mean you do tweaks and changes and try here and try there and hopefully it makes it better not at at the end of the day. It's just barbecuing. I mean you can mess kit with all kinds of stuff but at the end of the day just WanNa take chicken they wanNA taste the poor they wanNA taste. The everything else is just meant to come to complement and to to make a full overall depth can flavor but you I don't WanNa mask anything with saucer with rogue or anything you just you just want to accent the flavors of Soda. But Yeah I've changed here and there but it's it's it's I always come back to come back to my ground to the ground is what I started with. It usually always does pretty well. You know ten fifteen years ago. There were fewer cooks that we're using a commercially available rub or sauce. There was a lot of people doing their own fast forward. two thousand nineteen even or last couple years of that as kind of turned on its head where a lot of people are using something. That's already commercially made and tweaking from there. Are you a guy that uses your own offered you use something. That's commercially available well. It depends on you. Define your own stuff I it's I use commercially available stuff man and I might make two or three different sauces together a little bit rub here and there and and it's it's to me. It's there's so many so so many good products out there that it it doesn't make sense for me to go on smiled stuff and by precursor. Mir Pepper from there and salt for movie here and sugar for movie and mix my own when I can just go and I can grow to my grocery store right now and probably go win a contest. Ah Whatever's there rubs and sauces and all that I can. I can change on any weekend. You still got to cook the stuff right now. and that's the biggest thing. I think it's extra game more than anything and flavors just flavors or relative to the judge so as long as you're in the middle of the road not not too much of anything. I think you'll be okay. Let's talk about those turn-ins for a second. Did you think that they were grand champion quality. I both days I felt that I probably probably with the exception of my ribs on the first day. I thought my ribs are probably over for. KCBS and IBCA probably would have been first place for you just because we cook a lot more tender tonight. VCA so I over shot him a little bit but I thought I gave myself a chance on everything on Sunday. and that's all I could do I mean I thought everything was solid that everything was presentable in the box. Everything looked pretty. you know everything has the right texture so. I mean could I have done much better probably or not and at that point you just turned it in and hope for the best friend. Are you a taster of meats before you put them in the box and run I taste more than anything just to get a gauge on the saltiness of the meat or a lack of salt that's really the only reason I tell you tenderness and what have you. I can feel tenderness while I'm slicing brisket ribs I can gauge that by ed by by the way the knife feel more than anything. It's just to to gauge saltiness or if I'm thinking maybe a little finishing on author or something. That's really the only reason I pay them. It shows won't buy that to me. I I really don't need anything during the something for breakfast or a pizza and after after awards or something but I are on prior to barbeque it'd be able to I was listening to Malcolm reads most recent podcast cast and he had a fire dancer Barbecue on and they were specifically talking about is competition chicken and he said that he you know there's just so much experience experience with the program. He doesn't tap anything. I think a lot of teams probably aren't temping their chicken traditionally anymore but he said if I were to stick a thermometer in it by the way he's cooking them and he's doing. I think he said it was two seventy. Five for you know an hour and a half at one point then he said if you if you stuck one of those five it'd probably be two oh six to eight. Maybe ten Dan. Do you think your chickens in the same neighborhood or no way I'm close to there. I'm not quite there but I'm pretty close to there and I do. I do temp chicken. I mean to me and it's not so much for for a number. It's just so much. temperature gives me a gauge of when. I need to start checking myself awesome engaged for tenderness. That's really my gauge for temperatures tenderness other than that. I compare what the number is as long as it feels tender. You know I've had like in brisket. I've had I've briskets in one ninety five that I've walked away with the first place and I pulled brisket to thirteen to fourteen. I mean I mean so. It's it depends on the piece of meat. How are what it is and like I said those numbers to me are just the gauge of okay. I need to start checking this thing. Pretender us so that's why prob- stuffing temperature and all that kind of good stuff. Fred rebels joining me here on the show from Rio Valley meet and we're talking about the a big win this past weekend at the American Royal Open so there's an incredible amount of teams as I said you know we're kind of just shy of five hundred as the call outs. We're going through as you're working through me. Categories and ultimately start getting to those overall call outs Do you have any idea where you are in the mix before. You're automatically called out his grand champion. I mean not at the roll man you can never you can never go in there and say oh. I've got two calls. I've got three calls. I'm GonNa win this thing because the raw I mean you can easily. I mean bomb category and you're out. I mean it's you just Kinda. We gotta wait and see what happens. You know you Kinda hope. I saw a couple of guys who I thought were. GonNa be pretty close up there to the top get cold and and and I was like wow okay when it started getting like fifth and Fourth Oh okay I got a chance. I don't want to get my hopes up but I said okay. I've got a chance ham and long behold man. They call that back. Grandchild was man. I was so nervous. It's not even funny so I mean when you hear the name get called and now you are you know at at the pinnacle there you win the open and you are in front of thousands of people hundreds of teams and you're able to walk through that the crowd to get on that stage. Get The Cape and you get the crown. It's a different level of elation type. Shit right. Oh man it's. It's it's it's unreal man. I just to hear your team name. Call it and it's like that right. You're sitting in your chair and it's like did you hear that right and and then you got teams coming up to you. I mean I just think the caliber of teams that are there. I mean you had have Travis Clark. Come up to me and there and give me a big hug and you know these these guys that I've looked up to forever and then and that are you know Darin Goto me man. He's the greatest time and that's a guy like that. Come up to me and congratulate me with a big hug. I'm no matter meant the world to me. you got guys like Tim Sheer Luke Carnell and Brad from giving their all their you know it's just guys that the rocket man they're they're barbecue rockstars and just to to be in that crowd and like earlier today. I got a message from from Mike Davis. I mean how many rolls that guy wants. congratulate me personally you know it's like wow it just puts it all into perspective and and it. Kinda I I watched the video Brian he was taking a video and he sent me a video of the wards and I kind of forward to the end to where they called the reserve in Crandon and man I I was sitting in my room earlier today and watching the video and sitting on my recliner a man I started tearing up when they called Ravelli media. They go out it. Just kinda hit me like a ton of break the I had already experienced it but to hear it again and see everybody going up to me and hugging me and you know congratulated me it was it's a real man into this. I mean so right now. It's it's it's an awesome feeling managed. It's hard to explain how you got to experience it. We don't want to immediately start start categorizing wins but through all the winds and successes and accomplishments that you've had in the competition cooking career today. Does this the biggest one by a long shot. Oh it is it is I'll be honest with you I I there's a contest of your close to close to home called smoking on the real and one of the biggest contest and second biggest contests in Texas and My son took that conscious just as the kids cook and I it wasn't me personally but he ended up winning grand champion that day and to me. That's still that's still uh with one of the best I was one of my proudest moments barbeque. I guess you could say watching him when that thing but me personally personally yeah the roles. I mean the royal and it's the biggest concept in the world with all the all the big boys are there. You know so yeah. It's it's. It's it's by far Yeah Fred. Can I hold you over through the break here and we can finish up here. You got a got a little couple of minutes. Extra absolutely absolutely all right. We're talking with Fred rebels from Rio Valley meet then he's going to hold over here and we'll finish up with the American oil talk and then we'll get into some other items as well as quickly talk to you about the Barbecue Guru. They've always believed that outdoor cooking should be easy and fun why I because it can be especially with the Monolith Barbecue Buro edition real at the world's first temperature controlled smoker with a built in power draft fan. Dan I tried this means smarter control greater freedom with automatic temperature control ceramic cooker so if you love ceramic cookers like big green egg and Tomato Joe and premo and all the other ones bottle is one that you're going to want to give special consideration especially. 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BQ DOT COM and they'll make sure that answer all your questions and make sure your outfitted with exactly what you need to get you up and running right out of the box longest running sponsor of the show and we appreciate that Bob Truck Neck and all the gang over there in warminster Pennsylvania we are back with more Fred Roma's right after for this sticker. I'll be right back continuing to produce incredibly mediocre content in an exceptionally professional professional where you're listening and watching the barbecue central show once again. Here's your host. Greg rampage all right welcome back. We are chatting it up. With the current champ of the American Royal Open Federal Valley Fred Frisia hang would be through right there and so you know some of the great benefits as you had mentioned a few minutes ago about winning the American Royal Open as I I believe you get automatics to the Jack and as you had mentioned the Houston livestock and Rodeo that's correct right. Yes Sir yeah. We're we'll be back at the tech next year the Rodeo under back in invitation for the mccraw so from a Jack standpoint have you so you been down in. Cook the Jack a couple of times right yes sir. We've been fortunate to auto two years to the last three years. last year. We missed the one and this year we ought again to We'll be there next week. No what are you most looking forward to as far as the Jack is concerned and again. Is that a an instance where what we saw. This past. Weekend is going to be pretty similar to what you're. GonNa run in Lynchburg. I mean we're GONNA run with what we know. The Jack is quite quite different than the role of Jack. The row is if huge cloud party. It's a either Jack Is. It's a smaller. It's quieter nine. Ten o'clock comes around and you can hear crickets out there. it's very quaint the small town but it's still considered a most prestigious concerts in the world. I mean that'd be another dream come. I can't wait to go there. If if somehow I'm just talking hypothetically of course and I never bring bad luck so don't worry about you win this past weekend you win the Jack and then somehow you're able esteem role in the next year and win Houston livestock and Rodeo all in a row. Do you retire higher at that point. I think you gotta you gotTa drop the phones or the kitchen utensils or whatever cooking utensil then at Burton and put out the fires and just I just go out on topic but the I think that would be the greatest barbecue season anybody's ever had. I don't know if anybody's you've ever done that but I I i. I doubt it where you competing next. not sure we might do one here in Texas not this weekend next weekend. I know for sure. I'll be at the world food We can before the Jack and October there in Dallas. Oh we'll be there for sure all right so that's a good dovetail as we start to transition out of the American oil and appreciate the look back there twenty eighteen you know we were talking his I'd mentioned in the open about world championships and final tables and all that stuff you'd mentioned that you're registered to go back through championships here so like what's your take on world food championships and how everything ended last year and how that stretched over into. I guess this year and now we're getting ready to Kinda restarted again does it is it at all from a competitor's or even spectators perspective convoluted in your opinion. N. because there's seems to be like so much stuff going on and even from my perspective it's a little hard to track and they seem to be pushing out content than a new sponsor here and feature this person. I get the exposure and that's all great stuff but I mean. Is it hard to track even from year end or no it really is. It's hard to keep up with everything everything that's going on or food related. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. I this past year I really I didn't I didn't do. I didn't do the last one and I I was just hard to keep up with everything this year. I got a call from astronaut Barbeque League. I wanted to help them out with their bourbon. Hugh there in in Dallas this year and that's why I'm going to world food. it got that going on and then we'll do you see a portion portion and hopefully get into the top turn once again I did enjoy my time in Orange Beach. When I was there twenty seventeen we were fortunate to win the Barbecue Section of and then we went to Bentonville control in eighteen and they won the ended up second third in the final table and so I mean it's been a good experience for me. I think we I think we should have one in Arkansas. That's just being less biased source too. We all WANNA win. Nothing nothing against certain issues a great competitor but yeah so we'll be back in Dallas sir. Is there any miss in not getting getting a final victor. During the traditional world through championships verses you know breaking out that final table and extending it out a couple of months. Would you like to see it pulled back in so you have something from start to finish within that ten days stretch or whatever it is or are you okay with having that separate breakout I see why they do it. I mean it's it's or you know sponsorships and media and all that good stuff but I think as a competitor it it it's kind of nerve racking to know that you got this big event for one thousand dollars coming up and you know just plays tricks works on your mind and you tend to over think things and and that's usually not good especially in a barbecue over think things and and you're in trouble again like I said barbecues to be simple. It's a primitive way of cocaine and the overthinking and you're probably not GonNa do I'd. I'd really like to bring back the way they used to have it to. Where you cook got you qualify you cook the final then you cook the final table that same week post marathon yes but you get in and out in your would you like to see changed also too you know for instance the barbecues. I just a straight eat judging instead of doing and Ibca version and then ultimately you have has to do. I need version as well. Would you like to see that stripped out and just go eat from the Joe. I thought it'd be safe portion. I'm biased. IBCA I mean that's what I cook all I really the first time I I did I did the food was because they the marketing was IV versus KCBS. I don't know if you remember that talk so that I think that's probably the year that they've had the most barbecued competitors ever because there was I remember there was sixty something. IBCA unlike or eighty something sixty something in the KCBS Andy was like almost a have you seen mostly Texas. It was almost like a Texas. This is against the nation type of deal. You know and that's at least how it felt. That's how I felt going into it but I liked Ib tape portion of it. I wish it go back to a IBCA versus. KCBS that'd be that'd be pretty cool but he's portion of it is for US Barbie Gasman. It's a little too fancy schmancy for you. You know you gotta do everything Nice and pretty and presented on pretty bladders and that's more more as I like to call it. Sheffi we're barbecue man. We're we're we're dirty. We got dirt under fingernails than charcoal on our earns and that's it's a little different for us but if it's a challenge and and at the end of the day were competitors we all live challenges for rebels joining me here on the show talking about world championships so we'll see how that breaks out for you here over the next month or so the other thing i. WanNa talk to you quickly about this. Evening is Barbecue television over the last couple of weeks. I guess a month or so so we've seen a reemergence of a couple of different shows you had barbecue brawl on food network where Michael Simon and bobby flay had team of underlying uh-huh Barbecue folks and week after week. Somebody's voted out. I'll culminating in a big event than then of course the week. After that show ended. They had a one off off barbecue smackdown. I believe our barbecue beatdown. I believe it was called. did you watch any of those and you know what are your thoughts on. Barbecue television in general Tori no man. It seems to me Barbecue Television. Nowadays is exactly that Barbecue Television. It's it doesn't seem authentic. It doesn't seem unreal teams anymore orchestrated than anything else and and that's that's the entertainment industry I guess and I remember the the the first by Richard show that would come out with a little a little more real little more like okay. These guys are really doing what they what they do as opposed to a producer telling them okay. Are you gotTa do this or that or you know I. It just seems that way to me. I don't know if it's always been this way all along the just I don't know but I'd like to see it to where I don't know. Maybe need some cruiser following teams around on the real circuits on the real competition circuit and seeing how they do that way but having in a in a in a set location with props and all that good it's made for TV stuff and would you be into if a production company came came up to you and said Hey Fred we want to follow you and your family around here for the next twelve months and we're gonNA film your home life and we're GonNa fill your business life. We're GONNA film your competition how petition life and we're GONNA make it the deadliest catch of of Barbecue which you know in my opinion and I've told John Marcus a number of times through the years. Here's when we've had conversations that you know that I I guess it was technically the second season of barbecue but you know when they were following around Myron and Tuffy and Ari pursue and that all of a sudden became the gold standard of what Barbecue Television was thought to be and then they change it that second season made it more for Iran chef or top chef or whatever you WANNA call chopped if you will and it never seemed to regain back for season and I said hey you know it would be a better the show if you just followed somebody around and there was barbecue in it but you're able to invest over weeks into whatever family dynamic was happening and because I really seems to be the TV that people are watching me. Nobody gives us shit about these guys. Pulling crab out of the water or whatever the Kardashians jeans are doing but you're watching them because somehow you've become invested in them as people and that's what makes the show successful in here. You could add a little barbecue or live fire yeah. I mean looking looking at it. I think I'm always been a fan of the like the Winter Olympics and all that stuff and there's not so much watching the athletes go at it and compete it. It's the stories that are behind it. You know where where they came out of what challenges they've had to get there I think that's TV that I would watch. You know go into a contest. All our stuff is already prepped. trimmed they're not prepped but trimmed and all the hard work is already it down in the context. You're there to to execute you know everything happens over here behind the scenes. nobody ever sees that nobody ever sees. Hey I got a term chicken on Wednesday. I gotTa Trim brisket on Thursday. I've got make my actions and my Brian's on Friday or whatever whatever days you make them nobody ever sees that part it somehow how we gotta make this more of a spectator sport and and TV is the perfect platform for it to where you know you get more people you know liking Kim Barbecue and and and wanting to barbecue and wanting to grill and wanting to to smoke a piece of meat and and having some sort of guidance because at the TV's GonNa Bring it gives you ideas and gives we do a platform from winter from where from where to jump off of I think that would be TV that that I would watch you know bring the stories behind each semester not just okay this because the winningest coach in the world and whatever but okay. How did he get there. Where did you start from. What was it what what what what. What was his original cooking equipment? You look at my right right now and it's I mean I've got a trailer with everything you can ask for all the amenities of the House and and a Jambo Pitt but I didn't start on that I started with a little bump of ten in borough fit my first content and also it's it's the stories behind it that I think would really draw people in and attention to to barbecue and it would create. Utd The rebels joining me here on the shell the Master of Rio Valley meet and he is the twenty nineteen and or reigning champion champion of the American Royal Open which he got this past weekend and breaking down for us here step-by-step. Fred really appreciate the time the insight and the candor this evening and continued success success my friend. Let's do it again to absolutely appreciate a greg. Thank you very much. I got it. There is the Fred Robe Lewis of of the American Royal Open as he rules the kingdom and will do so for the next year and as he said it was interesting that he has kind of made it a personal deal with himself that he wasn't going to go to the Houston livestock and Rodeo until he had had a reason to go or he wasn't gonNA go up. I mean how many invitations is. Fred probably have to go cook me if Doug shedding is being brought in in his ringers for use livestock and Rodeo me and you know Fred's being invited as well for sure but he said not until I've earned that spot and with the wind at the American Royal Open next February he will be getting ready to rock and roll with Rio Valley meats and taking his shot at cracking the Houston livestock and Rodeo which which I believe you win way more money. I think it was fifteen grand winning the American oil open than you win last night. I think you'll get a belt. Buckle that what it is big old belt buckle. Maybe a ten gallon hat. 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