18 Episode results for "Forty Seven Minutes"

1: "Self-Help Gone Wrong" Week

Feedback with EarBuds

05:27 min | 1 year ago

1: "Self-Help Gone Wrong" Week

"Hi podcast listeners. Welcome to feedback with ear buds brought to you by ear buds collective I'm your host and the founder of ear buds Ariel Nissim wealth each week on this show we're going to share five podcast recommendations your butts podcast collective and now Thursday's episode comes from if I were you and is called tongue-in-cheek Kiss it's forty three minutes long here's the description in this the three you can find more episodes searching hyperbole that's hyper Bro Lee Hyper E. R. O. L. E. Anywhere you listen to podcasts self help gurus as they serve up solutions to our modern struggles Monday's episode is from Hyperbole Comedy Advice. PODCAST that's hyper listening to podcasts that you wouldn't otherwise come across so let's do this this week's theme is join in on the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy advice this week's newsletter is brought to you by podcast they have a new show out called podcast presents holly listen he's in new girl safety not guaranteed and tag they chat about topics like podcasting acting and embarrassing editions Tampon commercials bad press Anthony Choose between Owen Wilson and rand for their new co host they also give tips on how a waiter can get tips advice for learning new things at the beach and more Tuesdays episode comes from the podcast deer hanging John the episode is called joy attention justice hips don't lie it's forty seven minutes long here's the description called self-help gone wrong the curator Stevens snoqualmie. Here's why Stephen chose this theme he writes who needs life advice everyone who gives life advice also everyone they're experts all over the place giving you so called life hacks and these podcasts are here to make fun of them take a break and listen to quote Wednesday's episode comes from my brother my brother and me and has called Shrimp Heaven Now it's sixty minutes long the description for this podcast is just shrimp heaven back so stay tuned here's what you can expect on this show each week I'll share our pod picks some information about our curator and some other information about Click Bait female corrections officers and more you can find all of these episodes on cashbox pod chaser or wherever you get your podcasts next each of our in seventeen but I finally decided to make this audio thing why not because it's our first episode and we're trying this thing out the format may change going forward we'd love your operators get a chance to do some self promo in our email here's what Stephen wanted to share for self promo he writes if you liked Monday's episode that's me well I'm what do I do with fifteen pounds of corn bread where to song lyrics live in our brains why are we here how do people get answers before Google how often should I vacuum sewed we discussed sexy tattoos angry boyfriends and kissing bosses Friday's episode comes from on a Ferris's unqualified and is called Jake Johnson it's fifty the Oh thanks for listening to feedback with your buds if you like the show let us know catch you next time happy listening episodes released throughout the month of October three episodes for week all from various shows across the podcast network and

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Episode 2: Guilt free self-care

Random Acts of Self

31:22 min | 10 months ago

Episode 2: Guilt free self-care

"Hello, everybody and welcome. This is Samantha with random acts of self, a podcast about self-care wellness happiness stress management feeling better about our lives so today. I. WanNa Talk to you. About guilt free self care. And I wanted to do this early in the podcast because it's a problem that a Lotta people. Have you know you're stressed out? You know you need a break or vacation or just a few minutes to yourself, but you don't do it. Why? For a lot of people, it's guilt. Right so. There's two reasons that I come across most often that the guilt. Is such a factor in taking care of oneself. The first one is that society teaches us that get it done. If you've got work to do, and you're not doing it, you're lazy. You're a bad horrible lisi person. You probably go to Walmart. Near Pajama Pants, so there's this kind of undercurrent there that we should be doing something productive at all times, but here's the thing. Self care is being productive, and I'll tell you a minute. One of the other reasons that a lot of people don't engage in self care when they need to is because they are busy. They got too much stuff to do. This is especially true. If you work and take care of a family, there's a lot of single parents out there if you go to school and work job. Multiple jobs or some combination of these. How am I supposed to find time to do some Self Care Samantha? Please tell me that. Will you know what that's an excellent question? And I'm glad I pretended to be you asking me that so I could talk about the next part. Which is why you don't need to feel guilty about taking time for self care. So first of all, it's important enough that people in certain healthcare fields especially mental health. Are told that we have to make sure that we're in top health to help our clients. It is so important for psychologists and counsellors in fact that it is written into our code of ethics. So, that's how important is. We recognize that we need this and remember from the last podcast. Stress and we're all going to experience at it sometime. Stress Causes Problems like mental health problems like depression, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, heart, disease, weird pain in the body, and then it can lead to tumors. Tumors can lead to cancer so like I mentioned last time. This is some pretty serious stuff, so if stress is so dangerous, it's so harmful. That, it's important to mitigate that stress. Then, why doesn't our culture see it as an important part of how we live our lives? No no instead were were told work work work no downtime for you. If you're taking time, you should feel guilty. Oh you have a family, so you don't get any time for yourself. These things these are simply not true. Some of the best employees and the best parents, the best cut workers, the best students are people that have a balance between work, life and self, and just because your mommy or daddy does not mean that for the next thirty six years. Because let's face it. They're staying home longer now. You don't get a break. That's simply not true and the more that you give out to others. I'm talking to you caregivers either by profession. Or maybe you're taking care of older parents. You're taking care of kids. You're helping out a sibling, or you have a special needs family member. You especially need it because taking care of other people drain your battery so quick. Speaking of batteries. That's the example I'm gonNA use for you. As to why self care is not only important. But why? It's okay for you to do it. And this is the excuse you can use for anybody. Let's think of rechargeable batteries. So. The battery is full. You put it in something your remote control toy, whatever and it it makes it work. It gives out all this power, and that's great because. It's doing what it's supposed to do. It's allowing whatever it's powering to do what it's supposed to do. So it allows that radio to play the music at allows that toy to work in such a way that a child can enjoy it, but. What happens? When that rechargeable battery goes dead. Is it any good? Not In that toy, not in that radio. It's not. So, what do you do? You want it to work again. What do you do? You recharge it. And then when it's all juiced up again. It's at full capacity. It can now perform its duty once again. So you as a person, your that rechargeable. He of all this energy to give out. All this love attention. Skill you know some people work with their bodies, roofing and construction. You're you're giving party yourself and every time you go to work. You give yourself away to that job. Hopefully what you're getting in return, AKA paycheck is worth what you put out. And if it is then, you probably are pretty cool with your job, but if not, you have some job, stress got recharge yourself some other way. The same goes for caregiving. Have Kids. You're putting yourself out there. You're helping a friend. You're putting yourself out there. You're giving pieces of yourself away all day to people and situations, and then at the end of the day. That battery's low. Got To recharge. It kind of put yourself in the recharger here. The battery and the recharger is self care. So. That's why it's Ok to do. A lot of people want you to feel selfish. If you take time for yourself, because guess what that usually means that you're not putting time into helping them and giving them what they want and making their life easier. They're taking advantage. Don't listen to people like that. Look at the motivation behind the person. Are they telling you that you're being selfish or making you feel selfish, because you should be doing something for them will know then. That's them being selfish. Don't listen to selfish people. They're awful. You see what I mean. So all you have to do is say look at my battery's low. If you want me to help you, you want me to listen to. The same problem. You've been telling me about for the last eight years. Do you know those people I know if you? They leave me drained. You do know people like that. They leave your drains. You've got to recharge yourself you. Do you have a job that leaves you drain God recharge. Your batteries low on juice. Baby, plug yourself in. Self Care Is. So. It takes a little practice to change the message in your mind. Oh, well, you know I want to just chill out and watch some Netflix's, but you know. I could be washing the floor. No the floors GonNa be there tomorrow. Honey, but your health might not be. which is more important, your health the floor. Your health or taking out the trash. Your health or listening to that person's problems for the ninety seventh time this month. You have to prioritize, and you have to prioritize yourself, because without you and yourself and your mental and physical wellbeing. You're no good to anybody else. So if you're one of those people. That, you have so much that you have to give our feel like you have to give to other people. You also have to recharge your batteries, and so you can call it that site up. Sorry can't do today. I'm recharging my batteries. and. If. You say it confidently enough. Most people aren't gonNA. Get on you about it. Oh well! You mean. What do you mean you're doing nothing? People just learned when I say. I'm doing nothing. That's what would happen someone calming. What are you doing Sam doing nothing. Oh well in that case you can help me up. Let me interrupt that. No, no, no, no, no, the plan is to do nothing. The plan isn't to feel film. My nothing time was something time. No, no, no of the plan is to do nothing. And that was weird for people. At first 'cause my friends, really who just does nothing. Will person that doesn't feel that. They have to be productive one hundred percent of the time because. Doing nothing is still doing something. A lot of people don't think that, but it is when you're doing nothing. To recharge your batteries and making yourself feel better and to rest. You're doing something you're engaging in healthcare. That's just as good is going and exercising or eating right? Nobody's GONNA. Complain about that, are they so? If people. Give you shit about it, ignore. You got to recharge that battery. Mental Health People. We Really, know. The value of this. Can you imagine. Coming to me, I've become a psychologist and a few more years. Can you imagine coming to me and I'm burnt out I'm so burnt out. I can't even really focus on you or your problems. Or helping you or solutions, because I'm just so blah. Do. You want to deal with somebody like that. Do you want to call customer service and the person so blah? They just really can't bring themselves to do more than the bare minimum. This is why. Self Care so important. Did you know? That Leisure tourism that's traveling for fun. As a four point, seven billion dollar industry globally each year four point seven billion. That's just traveling for fun. That's not even the stuff people do at home like watching Netflix's and you know taking walk or spending time with friends. Thus a lot of money. It's important. Leisure is very very important. And remember. We don't want you dying. So. You might be saying well, Sam, you know this is all really great, but. I'm busy. I got a lot of stuff to do. I don't have time to just sit for an hour and meditate. Okay, good point. Pledge brought that up. Sometimes. You don't have an hour to just sit and chill. But you know, you can do something small for five minutes stretch. Take Walk around the office. Get Your eyes off your homework. Look out the window for a few minutes. Have something to drink. Just break away just for a few minutes. Sit quietly. In the silence, we have so much noise pollution in our world that sometimes sitting in silence. is so great to just unwind especially if you're in a busy environment, people calling your name. Sam I need this? Bring that. You know sometimes just a couple. Minutes of silence is all that it takes so stresses. Add up right. If you have one thing that stresses you out and you deal with it day after day after day like my neighbor calling their dog at six thirty every morning oh fun. That's not stressful. The first first few times, but three months and it's like Oh my God. Oh, my God dude the hell man. Also on a day-to-day basis, small things can add up throughout the day right so now you have the neighbor's dog. And then you have to get up too early. Your alarm wakes. You up makes feel like you're having a heart attack Oh God I'm awake, okay? Where am I okay I'm here. All right now. I gotTA get my car. I have to drive to work. It's traffic. This lady in front of me is going way too damn slow. Then you get to work and that bid Sheila there again I'll amy me. I don't WanNa talk to her. Can I just get to my cubicle and be left alone? You see where all these little things can add up. By the time ten o'clock hits. You've already had like fifteen things stressing you out and they're all little. But one is only one. One one hundred times is one hundred. So you see how it can stack well. You can do that with good things, too, so you can kind of unstuck a little. So. No you might not have time to take an hour to go exercise or meditate or get your nails done at the salon, or whatever it is, that makes you feel happy right, but you can do small things when you're busy. When you walk outside. It's a nice day. Take a moment. To feel the sun on your skin. Feel the breeze in your hair smell. Whatever nice smells going on. Take a moment to look and go. Oh, well, what a beautiful sky! It takes right a couple of seconds, but that's a couple of seconds that you're focusing on something good and one those couple of seconds here and there stack up. That can really add up to something that makes you feel just a little bit better everyday. Not, only that, but you know a lot of people seem to think that self care is. A very active thing like you have to. Do something. In the truth, is that self care can be done passively. If you don't have time or energy to go out and do something actively find something to do that makes you feel better? You can do things passively for example. I took a lot of time decorating my house. It's not expensive. It's not. You know beyond says House. There's no eight thousand dollar vases or anything like that, but it's it's beautiful. I took time to collect things art mainly. That I think is beautiful. I decorated and colors that are calming. So not only do I. Feel better because I'm home. But then when I walk into my home without having to do anything but walk in the door, which is what I would normally have to do anyway. I look around. And It's Nice, it looks pretty. It's clean. And I noticed that every day. It's almost. Not, even fully conscious sometimes sometimes. It's not like Oh this room so beautiful. I feel great. It's not that kind of thought process. Sometimes, it's an automatic emotion just. HAW! So the benefit that I get from. That is not only do I get that. when I get home, but then I get that when I walk in the room, so it's it's stacking the way you can stack the stresses up like a big old stack of pancakes. You can do that with self care, too, so like I said. If you don't have time to go, soak in the bath with a glass of wine in a book. or to spend alone time with your partner while the kids are at a babysitter or at Grandma's house or whatever it is. You can allow these little things to happen for you. Just take all you have to take notice of them. You don't have to do anything but notice them, so it takes no extra time out of your day for example. When I get home I like to depending on the weather sometimes I wanna open the windows and things like that, but I live where it snows, and so I like to light candles in the winter. And the next thing you know, the house smells great. Just every time I walk in the room and I smell that that's one more stack. In feeling better, you know, my stack of little things that makes me happy. Feel better gets bicker bicker. When I take a shower boring thing a shower. We all do it. It's not really exciting, but I like to use products that bring me joy in this case. They're ones that smell like cake and vanilla cookies right just smells like you almost eat it. Don't try that. It's not delicious. So I'm standing there taking shower. I'm not doing anything special I'm not taking any extra time out of my day, but the fact that the whole shower me smells delicious. And the bathroom will smell this way for hours now so. Later on notice that and feel happy again, so these little tiny things can add up over time, so like I said you don't have to do one big thing. If you don't have time only twenty four hours a day, right? But you can do these little tiny things. To help ease your day up and then when you do have that moment to actually engage in deliberate self care that self care. We say you don't want I'm going to do this because it makes me feel better. I'M GONNA. Go Play Darts with my best. He as we. You know gossip about the neighbors. Take that moment, but in between those big moments you can use those little moments for example traffic. My Gosh, I'm originally from La I. don't live there anymore. My idea of traffic now is. There's like four people at the Red Light. but when I went out to California a couple years ago I was out visiting family, just going back and seeing where I grew up and cheese. There is six lanes of traffic in each direction and they were all bumper to bumper. And as amazing as it is that that many people can cram into that small of a place. You can tell the we the people the look on their face when you looked other cars, nobody was happy nobody wanted to be there. People were regularly trying to cut each other off. To get you know four car lengths ahead of where they were. And I get it I've been that person before. But, then I decided to reframe it and in psychology, reframing is when you take the same situation and just decide you choose to look at it in a different way. So sitting there and traffic what I rather be home. Yup, what I rather be almost anywhere else. Probably. So. I can sit here and be mad and flip off the car next to me and try to make make it so that I. don't leave enough room for anyone to cut in front of me. All you're doing is you're adding stress so every time you block someone every time he tries zoom in a lane. Every time you get frustrated, there's like a hundred stresses boom right there in that point so instead. Let's reframe things you don't have time for self care because you're busy cool, but you're in traffic. You can still use that for self care. No matter how pissed off you get, and how Karen that you? WanNa go on the next car. You Ain't going nowhere sister so. Used that time to listen to an audio book. Listen to that music that nobody ever wants you to play when they're in the car with you and GM out, don't be embarrassed. Who Cares about those other people in the other cars? Use Your hairbrushes microphone. It, don't matter. Have a good time. If you've had a really stressful day and your fucking pissed. Put some rock on rock out rocket out in a rock out the frustration and the anger to feel better. Listen to some. Stand up comedy. If you have like a satellite radio, laughing is one of the greatest ways to feel better. It's a great form of self care. Make a phone call to somebody that you've been wondering about that. You Miss. You know do something. Do something with your time. That's productive and positive. If, you've had a day like I. have talked to a lot of people on the phone. A lot of people in person that I do school. You know I run the household. There's people coming at me all day long Blah Blah. Blah Blah Blah. Blah Blah so for me sometimes I. Just get in the car and I. Don't turn on the radio. I, don't I don't do nothing i. just let it be quiet. And just relaxed, and that's the kind of self care I have so. That's a lot of fun to. Now. If you live alone, you don't have any kids. You don't have any roommates. Probably, have an okay hold on self care because you can do what you want when you want. You don't have other people to consider like. Oh, I really WANNA watch this TV show, but the kids aren't into it or you know my partner isn't into it so when you live by yourself, you probably have a little bit easier. It's probably a little bit less difficult and complicated to engage in self care. But remember when you have a family roommates. Or whatever. Everyone needs self. Care Time. So while you want them to give you the space. To just get reconnected with yourself and get balanced. You have to be willing to provide that for them as well so sometimes that means letting them watch TV. After a hard day you know when my boyfriend comes home and he's had a shitty day at work his boss. His bossism. His difficult personality Let's say that way. He's he's the big. Pushy Guy. And sometimes he just wants to throw his weight around towards certain people. So when my boyfriend comes home and I know he's had a super crappy day. I try to give him the space to engage in self care. He loves video games so. Just give them the TV for the night and I find something to do so remember that. In taking for ourselves, we have to remember. That other people need to take for themselves to and we have to do it without putting guilt on other people oh. Oh, you wanna you WANNA. Go out tonight for a couple of hours with your friends. Well I've been with the kids all day. I would like to go out. Well. There's nothing stopping you from planning outing either so let's not try to you know make other people feel guilty for needing time for themselves because you don't want people to do it to you. Also, it's not a tit for tat thing. A well. I only took thirty minutes. He took forty seven minutes so That's not fair. Don't do it that way. However much time you think you need planned for that much time if you have to. You know. Let's say you're married. Couple any have two kids right and your partner just doesn't want to babysit. You what? Give him to grandma for a couple of days. Ask One of your friends with kids. You can do that. Do an exchange like hey. I'll watch your kids for you today, so you can go out in the afternoon, or you can go out with your partner on an adult date, or whatever, and then in return. You know you'll do that for me, so we can take turns. Ask. Grandma pay for baby sitter. Things like that. Just because you have. Kids doesn't mean that you're stuck in parent life and you don't get to be free adults. Remember that no matter what you're doing whether you're caregiving for someone else. Whatever it's okay to take time for you, because guess what when the two parents or caregivers come back from their time away from the kids. You'll be in a better mood for the kids. He won't be so short. You'll have the energy to give them attention. Look, mom. Johnny Johnny found a bug. Instead of just like whatever just don't put your mouth. Get away from me. You'll actually be able to attend to what they're saying and social psychology studies have shown that. The more stressed you are. The less you want to help unless you can help others. So. Even if you don't feel okay. Doing it for yourself. Then do it for someone else, so it's like. Oh, well, you know I feel a little selfish. Just taking two hours to myself away from my kids then don't word it that way. Say, well, you know what? Maybe my kids would like a break from me. See or say you know. I'm feeling a little burnt-out and I. WanNa be there for the kids this week. So an order for me to be a better parent for them. Mehan the other parent. WE'RE GONNA go out for a couple of hours and get a break. It's okay, do it for yourself. Do it for someone else. Just get it done. So. I'm going to give you some homework. This is GonNa happen a lot on this podcast and this homework is supposed to be fun. Right because it self care. Let me tell you something about self care if Self Care is a chore. If what you're doing is a chore like. I gotta go out and guard and for. My solve care. It's not self care. Self Care is supposed to be enjoyable me. I hate gardening. I had to do it for punishment. Pull weeds for punishment as a kid. I hate gardening. There's you know the only part I like about gardening paying someone else to do it so for me. Gardening would not be self care. So, if you're feeling like, Hey, this is this is A. This obligation I gotTA. Do it then. You're doing it wrong. There's not a lot of ways to do self care wrong, but if you're feeling bad about it or negative than you're doing it wrong, pick something else and self care doesn't have to be something you actively do. Remember we can do things passively. You can just sit quietly on the porch. And watch the people or the cars pass by. You can take your dog for a walk play with the dog. It doesn't have to be this big dramatic thing. It doesn't have to cost money. You can just take a stroll in the evening time. That's it. It doesn't have to be a big thing so your homework this week. So from whenever you hear this for one week I want you to accrue one hour of self care time for the whole week. Now that's not very much. And I know some of you are busy, and you just can't take an hour out in one chunk to do much of anything, and that's cool because you don't have to do it at one time. You can do to thirty minute chunks four fifteen minute chunks. You can break it up into six ten minute pieces. Or even smaller. If that's really all you got, and I'm going to encourage you to take as much time for self care is possible. If you can get in more than one hour this week, then by all means, please do but I want you to try at least one hour and you're gonNA. Be Guilt free about it this week. Because you're doing his homework. So. Will I have to do it Samantha said. We have to do this week. In order to recharge batteries I can be the excuse. I'll be your justification this week. No problem because I. Don't expect you to listen to this podcast one time and then. Just be free of guilt, so you can do self care. If you have awesome, please tell me. That way I can delight in my own awesomeness. But. If not start slow. Every time you go to do your self care for homework this week. If you find yourself giving yourself a bad message. Oh I'll do it later. It's not that important. I have other things to do. Stop yourself change that thought. Change that thought right then and there and every time. You have that kind of thought when you try to do your homework. I want you to change it. Just. Give yourself a different message. Give yourself in excuse of why this is good for you. Say This is good for my health. I'm recharging my batteries. This will allow me to help other people. Do It for other people. If you can't do it for yourself, but you start somewhere. The more that you do it and the more that you become comfortable with it, and the more that you see the good results of self care, the more you'll want to do it and the less you'll feel bad about it. And then you'll start telling other people about when I learned. What self care was I'd never heard that term before. He was working on my bachelor's degree in psychology. And I heard it, and it was a legit thing like Oh, this isn't just an excuse to get away from someone. Will I need my me time? No. It's a legitimate thing. I started preaching it. To everybody and it was amazing how when given permission and told how important was, people could overcome the guilt. Of not feeling productive. Or not giving to others all the time it goes away. For some people, it's quick for some people takes a little longer, but. Do it for yourself or do it for those around you. It's GONNA benefit both. So every time you have a negative thought of why you can't or shouldn't do your homework I want you. Do have a different thought a positive one while I'm doing this for my health, it'll take a few minutes and I'll feel better. And that's it an after a while. You won't have to make any excuses for yourself anymore. So. Tell me about your homework this week. I'd love to hear what did you do? Did it help you? Did you feel guilty? Were you able to overcome it? You know what's what's going on. How did it work for you? Give me some feedback I'd love to hear from. You can get me through twitter at random acts pod feel free to tweet at me or M. me. My website is random acts of self dot com feel free to email me there. It's podcast at random acts of self and get in touch with me. Let me hear how it worked. What did you do you know? Where could you improve? Did you have any problems? Just you know, Kinda give me some feedback on it. Let me hear what's going on. As always it is great to talk to you. I look forward to seeing you next time. Remember one hour minimum of self care this week. Do it. However, you want to as long as it feels good. This has been Samantha with random acts of self. I'll see you next time.

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Then We Will Be Like All the Other Nations

The RobCast

52:21 min | 1 year ago

Then We Will Be Like All the Other Nations

"Hello my friends and welcome to the rob cast this is episode two hundred and forty nine and it's called then we will be like all these other nations you you like that i was looking for a nice sinked sinked spires title with just a few words you know what i mean something a terse the gets right to the point of it i like this one then we will be like all these other nations now it's actually a direct quote from eight very old like twenty five hundred three thousand year old story found in the hebrew scriptures in the bible so a i wanna take you into this story i'm gonna show you where this line then we will be like all these other nations comes from and what i wanna do i wanna show you the story and show you what's happening in it and we're only gonna look like a fragment of the story because of something really interesting when you just when you enter into when old old story a if you go far enough in there do you find yourself if i go if if we look far enough into you will we find us that's the great mystery that happens across history in geographical fickle spaces and time periods is you're hearing a story about them but it's telling you something about you a couple of things before we get into this a this week the introduction to joy to or i will be in san francisco seattle in portland and those cities are joy for me you know their their joy anyway but bringing this to her that will just oh my goodness that's it's gonna be fantastic and then end of july all these speaking at the trondheim festival in norway i'm doing this new thing on spirituality in quantum physics in it anyway that's gonna be a good times and then info info for that all of this is that my site rob l dot com and then 'em denmark a saturday night august third i'm doing an event in i'll be speaking in denmark and doing a key when they and all that but then in a that night sold out so a second night was added so august second an third an evening with rob bell copenhagen denmark at the jazz house mount monterey an i think i'm pronouncing that right m mt monterey andy as you know i'm part danish so in many ways my danish friends i'm coming home honestly i cannot wait to walk into that jazz house and grab the microphone and say i am home a man after that 'em will start uk introduction to joy leg so that will start in bristol go to london i'm doing a venue they're called earth and then 'em manchester and then three nights in edinburgh scotland at the fringe festival that's all introduction to joy so that's what we're doing this summer the end of the summer is the first of the next two days so i've taken taken over the improv here in los angeles and doing a two day workshop one woven in august one of them in october for communicators on the art of communication essentially it's all about the creative process how do you make stuff how do you take that stuff that's knocking rattling around in your head and heart and actually give it shape and form and unleash it in the world in a some of you are coming have already been sending emails about what you're working on what you're stuck on what you're questions are shaping the two days i have all this new content and then have the specific questions people who are coming are asking and i'm just putting it all vitamix an there might even be some surprise guest so a you're gonna sign up for that and do get those spots all that stuff as that rob l dot com now my friends let us go way back and see if a fragment from the story from a couple of thousand years ago when it has to say say to us now so a couple of thoughts before i reach out to you some of the text number one a the politically is the personal personal is the politicals so if you have a person and this person has hopes dreams fears things agitate them things they haven't examined and then you put a whole group of people together those people together are going to be a collective representation of what all those individuals are carrying around so when you look at a nation an you talk about a nation in its ups and downs at strengths and weaknesses in many ways you could talk about a nation like a person slowly really really interesting thing happening in the bible is story about a tribe is jewish try these former slaves in egypt who've been liberated a foot you'll notice how many times when you're looking at their history you find yourself thinking wait that's true about me that's true about us that's that's true period there's something universal in that particular so as i take it to the story one of the things to keep thinking about is talking about a nation a but where is the personal dimension of this and then second universal needs a particular which is why i find these stories so riveting if for example somebody could say we could talk about love but that's just a nice veg sort of universal idea that you need love and flesh and blood nita see somebody love somebody in the give yourself to another understand what love is universal needs a particular needs and incarnation of needs flesh and blood so when when you look at a story like this in the bible you're eating a particular story because a if you wanna talk about all people you have to talk about some people if you wanna talk about love or a grace or justice for everybody you have to start with love justice grace compassion for somebody somewhere in some particular space and time so this story is about these people who are slaves in egypt they've been liberated from their slavery slavery they've journey through the wilderness and made their way to a new land an over and over and over again the warnings are remember that you were once slaves so so welcome into you're midst the widow de orphan immigrant the refugee always remember where you were and how grace and liberation were extended to you and so you now extend that to those who you come across now these people end up in this new land they establish a capital in the city of jerusalem silom they build a new empire and they literally build a temple to their god who liberated them from slavery using slave labor so they have forgotten the the story of where they came from it would be like if there was a nation of immigrants who were extending the same grace and compassion and welcome an asylum to immigrants can you imagine june such a thing so over and over and over again there is this warning do not forget you're routes or where you come from and they don't essentially this is the story of the entire hebrew scriptures is these people forget where they from they end up not only they've been liberated from slavery they now have the slaves who are building their empire they become indifferent to the vulnerable in week and pour in their midst they build an empire of indifference an the what the gap widens between rich and poor end the global military superpower of the day the babylonians come in and destroy them and hold on my way into exile and it's an x file miles from home that they began asking why did this happen and then they go back into their own story and recall oh we were warned learned about this so the downfall of their nation it was x ternal they were conquered by an external enemy and here's here's here's the giant gold for us in this story but the story is about how something began to fall apart on me inside there's something about that greed that entrenched injustice that in difference to the widow these orphan in the refugee in their midst that they're empire essentially it's like it rotted from inside it was conquer from the outside but it deteriorated way earlier than that from inside now jumping way ahead of the story but that gives you a bit of a contact so these people so this is pre x file these people have a they have this profit named samuel who is guiding them in leading them at picture gandalf meets leonard cohen oh i am proud of that one gandalf meets leonard cohen so samuel is like this great profits grew sage who has been leading them in his sons turn out to be corrupt in horrific so the elders of israel's gather together income samuel and they say to him you're old and you're sons don't follow you're ways now appoint us a king toledo us such as all these other nations have but when they said give us a king delete us this displease samuel so he prayed lord the lord said the samuel listen to all the people are saying to you is not you they have rejected but they rejected me as their king as they have done from the day i brought them up out of egypt until this day forsaken me in serving other gods so they are doing to you so listen to them but warn them i'm solemnly and let them know what the king who will rain over them will claim as his rights now that's a big chunk let's pull it apart a bit because of this stay with me here there's massive developmental antle leap happening here these slaves are brought out of egypt and they're told in the wilderness like ten commandments moses mount sinai they're given a new vision for how to be a people people essentially don't go and form a new x egypt that will press and in slave other people but your job your calling your destiny the invitation you have is to be a new kind of nation because at that time in that place the job of a try ballistic conquer the other tribes stay alive protect your assets build a build up you're army and conquer and dominate the other tribes and what they're given is like a whole new vision for what it means to be a tribe no you won't be driven by greed and violence invitation for you is to be a new kind of try that exists this to serve in help all these other tribes so if you have the same power structures that everybody else has where there's a really powerful leader and a group of elites who essentially leo press an control everybody else that's nothing new so the vip you've heard of the ten commandments they act tanking emt's were actually seen as a wedding ceremony between the divine in the human it was a a new stage of human consciousness it was how're you gonna end these cycles of violence and oppression there what if there is a new try but didn't have those same structures so the whole idea is all along their god is essentially saying all leads you anes you won't look to kane who gives you a very clear directions on what to do you'll look to the divine presence with in you each end with in your midst end you'll look to your own history you'll look to your own liberation as a guide we were liberated from are enslavement so let's now extend then this liberation to others we received grace when we were powerless in our condition of enslavement so we will now extend grace to others who are powerless in their asleep meant we were wandering in the wilderness and we found food food was provided for us so we will now provide food for those who are wandering in the wilderness to see how this works this is a massive leap keep in how people organize themselves they have this destiny one of the lines from exodus is you'll be a kingdom of priests which means everybody will have a dive wrecked connection with a deadline now once again there's this is old old i mean this this thousands of years ago but what you're looking for is you're looking for where's the new movement where's the new idea where is he expansion of consciousness as you could say and what's happening here is these people people have with in them this invitation to a new way of ordering themselves that's what the essentially the whole book of leviticus is about is here are the rituals to help you remember member you're own story of grace and love so you can extend this grace in love to others here are rituals help center you to take this ideal an actually bring it into a flesh and blood life which a for all of us is the thing right you have the dream desires hopes ideals of who you want to be and then you have of who you are each day the struggles sweat the two steps forward one step back all the things we wish we could do and yet a we fall flat on their face from time to time correct so essentially these people are giving a whole series of rituals here's how you take your highest hopes and desires for you're life an actually bring them into flesh and blood so when these people come to samuel who have been given this imaginative vision for a whole new way to be a people and they say just give vaas a king like everybody else has you see why it says samuels heartbroken he's displease he's upset he's like oh where's your imagination where is is your new thinking where all year ideals this was supposed to go into some new place and now you look around and you just want to be like everybody else and in a the story tally here does this interesting thing with samuel talking with god in a essentially in so by the way those we were like wait is that like historic or is that poetic or what is that i would say yeah yeah of course storytellers taking all sorts of liberties they're telling you a great story here about what happened what about these people and essentially what they do is personify god as a conversation partner because it's always been in the hebrew consciousness about a dialogue about a back and forth a between the divine and the human and so what you have here essentially is the god character here essentially says due to a samuel a these people now they just wanna be like the neighbors when they have this destiny to be something new i i was hoping they would innovate but they're like no that's kind of hard he would prefer to just have we just be like everybody else and then the guy character essentially says samuels not about you it's not about you ever since they were liberated from slavery they've struggled they've resisted it says if a god says you know you can get them out of egypt but it's hard to get the egypt out of them a there's something there's something about the structure of that enslavement and almost the safety of that enslavement they were slaves but at least they had regular meals so their freed and as soon as it gets defense as soon as v unknown this new territory you are traversing as soon is that gets difficult there is a deep human response to revert how it was i'd rather have that old narrow aero enslavement than this wide open wild terrifying unknown this is why a lot of people a resisted the hero's journey whatever it looks like however it comes to them is he unknown can be terrifying a yeah you when you stay back at least you have you're meals you have the roof over your head but when you head out into the unknown oftentimes those guarantees teas are there when you were part of the tribe a i may have been suffocating but at least it wasn't known in safe and secure but when you head out when the try when you leave the tribe when you have to break new ground you often have to forego a lot of the comforts of the earlier chapter of your life a see were doing they're my friends all of a sudden or talking about them but we were talking about us so there's this developmental leap in and then you could look at it especially those of you studied by all dynamics are integral theory there's actually a historic leap here from an organizing organizing around the king which is clear the boundaries are set the power structure is known you get orders from the king and you do them the rewards are clear the punishments are clear there's a lot of clarity there under the king but now the invitation for these people is to move from orienting themselves around the king to around a living word a text now these he's living words like a you think about olympic as love your neighbor love your neighbor is going to be at the center but love your neighbor is going to have to be interpreted so this is what happens you get a glimpse of a new future something opens up you see something it's beyond the life of the tribe you come from whether it's business family religion education whatever it is you you you glimpse something end you have to follow it end so you do and what that means at some level is you're leaving behind old ways of doing things maybe even the tribe this may be disrupting relationships that were once the closest relationships to you but now you have to follow this new vision a destiny calling whatever language you wanna use were itch nudge the cloud has move is all sorts of language for generally have images of metaphors for it a more then very specific language but the thing is when you head into the unknown it requires way more patients a interpretation because before somebody else map the territory you took orders from you're boss and you're boss said do this today okay you were taught this is the system then you learn the system and executed within the system the family said these are the rules of the tribe so you played the game according to the rules the tribe when you move beyond that into something new you are now moving into the territory that's way way more ambiguous it's way more messy because you've taken that ordering on yourself in the previous chapter somebody else did they ordering you learn to be ordering and then you received the rewards punishments safety security stability based on staying with in that but when you move into new territory you take that ordering upon yourself you start that new business well now when you wake up in the morning you don't have to be anywhere if you don't want to all the rewards and punishments and all of it you've just taken it all upon yourself the consequences whatever it is it's all a new year now burying it yourself and so you're free but with that freedom comes comes all sorts of risk all sorts of cost that freedom is loaded with a world of other things and so samuel has continually been saying to these people you have this new you have a different calling you have a new destiny you have something new to give to the world and what the people say is no a just give us a king like everybody else and then a the divine voice says okay okay let him have a king almost like they're not ready for this okay were not gonna why why force people into something they're not ready for but warn them and i love this line warn them solemnly and let them know what the king who will rain over them will claim as his rights so says really these people want the comfort and security of the king and they they want all the safety of knowing that they just have to obey somebody they'd prefer that x journal power structure rather than developing an internal intuitive guidance system okay fine but warn them and then samuel i mean if this is a movie the speeches speech so then samuel a warns the people he says okay fine you wanna be like everybody else you wanna turn your back on your destiny you don't wanna innovate you don't do something new fine this is what the king who will rain over you will claim mrs rights he'll take your sons and make them serve with his charity and horses and they run in front of his chariots some he will assigned commanders thousands commanders the fifties others to plow his ground and repurpose harvest still others to make weapons of war and equipment first chariots he will take your daughters to be perfumers cooks and bakers he will take the best if you're fields the best of you're vineyards the best w olive grows and give them to his attendance he will take attentive you're grain of you're vintage and give it to us officials in attendance you're male and female servants and the best of you're catalan donkeys he will take for his own news he will take a tenth of you're flocks end you yourselves will become his slaves notice the slave injury this is my insertion here by the way my commentary noticed they use of the word slave that's like a huge huge loaded word in this story he will make you his slaves and when that day comes you will cry out for release from the king you want it in god will not answer you on that day you wanna king being fine here's what it means when you get this king you want you were offered freedom you would prefer the known to the unknown you prefer enslavement to this new freedom you really do want a k okay this is what the kings gonna ask and at the end when he's taken everything from you including you're live and made you slaves and you cry out and say oh god how did this happen god will not answer you on that day but the people and this is where the text but the people refused to listen to samuel samuel no they said we want a king over us then we will be like all these other nations with the king delete us and go out and go out before us and fight are battles seriously they see all that and they're like nope nope we'd prefer have a king so giant idea here obvious idea some people would prefer a king they'd prefer to take orders they'd prefer the conformity they prefer v oppression the lies the propaganda a some people would prefer to check their brain at the door a some people even when warned of what this will mean that response is yeah that's what i would just rather have that we just rather have that yeah yeah maybe you a no people who you you're heartbreaks for them for who they voted for for that kind of communities they participate in the world views they whole year after year a the things they defend 'em the causes they give money to and it just breaks your heart 'cause you think well why why why a in this story the word this use the names of stiff neck to describe that sort of defiant you're giving a vision of a whole new world yeah sounds yeah they unknown it can be terrifying so all of our frustration with everybody everywhere in every every square inch of are lights who a that question why don't they get it why do the i dunno i dunno and what's interesting here is the story taylor seems to have zero interest in explaining leaning why they would choose a king over a dynamic hopeful imaginative view of the future a the story taylor seems to have zero interest in why people stay stuck not interesting none of this is what they want an what's what's also interesting is the god character in the story is like do you want to be miserable and oppressed 'cause you can be 'cause you can be now a story under the story of course is when it comes to human beings the divine has to play by all the same rules everybody else love is like a level playing surface you can't co ops the human heart can't do it so power or a centrally doesn't have much reach when it comes to the human heart a human can be proud stubborn open generis kind bitter better it it's almost impervious to x ternal a manipulations in power games so these people could just be like yeah you're right that's it yeah the king the king might do that mhm and we still want a king yeah yeah yeah you're right that that we could elect that person and they could be like that yeah yeah will take that will take that over the unknown will take that over the nastiness of of figuring it out of listening to nyu reference points because this vision here so radical idea up people people who orient themselves around their own story we were wandering slaves and we were shown compassion and mercy so when we formulate our nation and build our nation what we will build into are structures is compassion and grace for the needy because we remember our story yeah so that's the whole i mean this is the giants theme of the bible is how will you order your cells will will you order yourselves around the manipulation oppression and exploitation of the week and vulnerable or will you orient yourself around care air for the most vulnerable and literally the whole story of conquest in exile is when you fail to organize yourselves around the widowed your friend immigrant and you're midst you can build up your big powerful empire that's serves the interests of a few elites and you will get crushed even sooner the whole thing will fall apart even center 'cause everybody is connected with everybody else and the destiny of everybody is inextricably intertwined with each other so i the hebrew prophets come along and they're like wait what you have is widening gap between rich and poor yours how bad that is where the rich let alone the port everybody is gonna go down because of this system not serving everybody well so when you get to this passage the measure of a nation is how it cares for the week the vulnerable immigrant the refugee those seeking asylum the stranger who wanders into their midst and these people like nah we'd rather organizer selves around how everybody else organizes themselves which is a powerful king who will tell us what to do in will fight are battles the messy nece of interpretation and the the awkward ambiguous nature of listening to some other way of guiding her sales nah nah that's just a little too a that's just a little too difficult and we don't we don't wanna do that yeah by the you could see this around the world right now this rise of far far right 'em ultra conservative leaders dictators fascist honestly this rise guys all around the world whether it's brazil whether it's in europe in many ways you have the challenges of a new world technology a immigration patterns outsourcing of jobs the world is in major disruption in transition and so you can see what's happening right now gio politically is there are people who are stepping up and saying there are new challenges let's rise to meet them okay what is it mean to take care better care about earth because this is way beyond a crisis here a what does it mean to take better care of our earth well okay let's begin with like fossil fuels let's begin with carbon emissions of spaghetti okay let's do some sort of new deal there we've done these sorts of things in the past okay now how do we think about our borders well why are all these people trying to get into our country where they coming from is there any way we could help those places become more stable place is the people didn't want to leave like asking much better questions which rv questions about how do we order the world in a better way so that we all thrive and it'd be exact time and it's it's going to be messy and we're gonna try a bunch of things and probably not all of it's gonna work that's how it works when you're making your way in oregon i have to listen to new points of reference there's new data we need to look at their new experts experts we need to listen to the people who haven't had a voice that were going to need to listen to because their voice is absolutely necessary for this moment there's a whole new beautiful discussion taking place an expert in data and research and policies are all exploding and then you also have people going now we want it how it was we don't like this unknown we would prefer just give us a version version that were familiar with this and if we have to put up with this and that and corruption obstruction of justice and all sorts of nepotism fine fine just don't make us have to stretch just don't make us half the journey into the unknown with all of these unpredictability and instability that always comes with it yeah so thousands of years ago these people are giving a new vision for how to be a tribe in the world and and what they're told is now we'd rather just be like the neighbors yeah yeah this is this works at a profoundly energetic level because of what it is now now we don't wanna go forward were looking around the worst thing these people on either side of us are neighbor we just don't just give us that we just prefer settled will just stay here yeah yeah a lot of this functions on an energetic you could pick it up from a mile away when somebody is like there's a new future it's gonna be really difficult and it's gonna be it's gonna be so hard an were gonna find new things together we can do this that's an energetic thing somewhat then you goes yes yes and then there are those who nope no let's go backwards let's entrench let's retreat you could feel it and this passage samuels hearts broken 'cause the divine is a direction the divine is movement the divine is not static but dynamic the divine is what kind of universe are we living in what is the nature of the world we're living in is it trapped stuck fixed static or is it unfolding and we can join that unfolding or resist it yeah gods of direction on the directions only ever ben forward by the way side note about neighbors the more more you liv from your center the less you look to you're neighbors for direction the more you liv from you're centered this invitation from mount sign i on what these people limitation what the ten commandments invitation was to be people who in body a new divine ethic of justice and compassion for the world so they only interesting thing all along is is who are we here to be who are we here to be what is the destiny that we are stepping into what is the colleen that we have heard what is the voice that has spoken we are listening to you you have that every human has that yeah that's the real thing is to listen to who who am i who am i here to be this is why you hear so many people now talking about intuition and you'd be you my daughter said the other day you bu a to her grandparents i laughed so hard as a ten year old is using the phrase you'll be yeah because a this is age old wisdom the more you liv from your center which will always be informed by the wisdom around you the wisdom of the tribe of course then the less you're looking to say but what about selling so what about so and so they do it this way 'cause you're more and more grounded and centered in who you are so a i know i know so much here so a couple of things 'em in some ways this is a story about a failure of imagination imagination a is the engine of new life because you could see this the thing you're in right now you could see it you could feel it you you can put your hands on it is kind of static it's textile it's it's the it's the today that you're in imagination always has within an element of unknown you could imagine something but it raises all these questions could we do that could we make that could be go there could i take that step could i try that imagination always takes you into the unknown and all these races all these questions that are just dying to be answered in imagination will always bring with it some form of disruption because what imagination when matt one seeds of imagination get planted in your heart they're always going to be fundamentally disruptive imagination says to the current arrangement we can do better there's more that's what imagination says it's a character in the play at storms on the stage or just glides onto the stage and it says there's more yeah and this is incredibly disruptive because institutions systems always bent towards their self preservation an more is not a very welcome word because it threatens whoever has their hand on the wheel whatever power structure is in place it will always involve more of you more heart more intellect more resilience more stamina it'll always more courage more bravery yeah so you could feel it in this passage we wanna king if you get a king this is what the kings gonna do he's going to he's gonna he's gonna bring your son's indie army is gonna make you're kids cook he's gonna end up making use he's gonna make you yeah we'd rather have a king we'd rather have a king is just so much neater and cleaner then literally the warning is like no it's not and the people still we wanna king 'cause then we will be like all v other nations we don't want this path yeah but if if you choose this path we take more patience course always innovation imagination always take incredible patients you throw a hundred things against the wall to maybe see if a couple stick yeah yeah yeah this hits home for me a i haven't tire books seen in my computer but i've written that aren't good enough yeah that's hours days months years throwing stuff against the wall sweating it out and then me like now not good enough it's just how it works just how it works a imagination a new future always always always requires a complete rethinking of what failure even is i even actually even when i hear people used that word i'm like nope nope nope because you move biondi idea of failure no no it's not failure it's we tried that and look what we learned yeah failure where the world is failure take trust and this is the great the great thing happening this text going all the way back to mount sinai is these people are invited to trust just they're invited to trust themselves they're invited to trust the leading of spirit that's very different than a king who sitting there and flushing blood talent giving you orders they're invited to a whole higher fire way of organizing themselves a but they'd prefer reid from someone else a script nah i don't wanna write a new script i'll just reads somebody else's lines i'll just leave according to their assumptions according to their rules you could see this all the time with parents they have a something with in them knows that this kid this kid if there's a is going to walk a different path they know it parents know it but they don't have the guts sometimes just gillette that kid walk their own path and so they keep they know what will people well people saying we don't want people to think you're lou we we we gotta make sure that you have all the right stuff on you're whatever college application and so the parents sacrifices the child's uniqueness s n originality so that they won't get criticized for depriving their kid when what the kidney just for the parents just say what is this kid need who is this kid wanna be in the world and i might look completely different and it's that it's like no we'd rather have a king rule over us and so the kid at the play by all the same rules and it crushes the kids spirit and the kid is anxious and acting out because they're being forced into a mold that they they don't fit in the parent gets anxious and the kids responding the kids anxiety but if they altogether had the imagination go no this kid doesn't need a king to rule over them this kid has a destiny that's totally different you see how this story here man that strike something the tears are there on that one for me wow yeah you see what this passage is about it's about trusting they uniquely divine path the each one of us has to walk yeah entered into jam yourself in some pass it's already been walked a thousand sometimes let alone to make a kid block some path that isn't there's because well that's just keeps us respectable no one will ask questions known complained the grandparents won't say anything no one will challenge us yeah that's a yeah that's the warning this passage you really want the safety and security in respect and rewards that come from having a king great cause and they end that king is gonna rob you of your life you're here to make something new your here to walk your unique path and you look around at what the neighbors have in you decide i'd rather just have the comfort and security of what the neighbors have so and so does it that way i'd rather just do it how she does not have to think and go through all the stress and ambiguity of actually discerning well my particular path is great yeah you could do that in any and you'll lose your life that's how it works i said gee what samuels as a you wanna king could you think the fight you're battles great you'll end up slaves to this king and the divine let them god is like you wanna be miserable fine fine fine lethem it's almost like samuels like don't you have lightning bolts don't you have some like saying you can do here right so you could feel samuels you'll going what are you gonna let this happen these people are turning their back on the freedom enjoy of a whole new kind of world and it's like you is almost expect saimaa going way way way way way way you're not gonna let this happen in a it's like a divine goes well when it comes to love everybody's free so yeah i am but just worn just kindly warned the salt wasn't solemnly is the word there what's that yes solemnly warn them yeah yeah so it turns out this story about some people thousands of years ago has all sorts of edge is the world world we living in their responses then we will be like all these other nations the problem is they have been called to not be like all all these other nations yeah so it's a warning it's an invitation it's an instructional and to me it a it's also tremendous healing in comfort yeah you wanna go do the thing you're here to do you wanna be who you're here to be yeah it'll it'll there'll be cost it'll take something out of you cause other path is easy it has its own cost so every single time you're in new territory and you're thinking man this is costing me something man this is expensive man this is taking everything out of me oh here we go you know what you you know what what is this forty seven minutes here it is oh got it sometimes i know what a rock cast is about kind of and i know that if i just jump into it maybe by the end of there'll be something behind the thing here's the thing my friends every one of you who is doing something new every one of you who's blazing a new trail everyone of you who has a kid and you're raising that kid in a new way to honor the uniqueness of that kid every one of you who is doing some humanitarian work you're teaching in new ways healthcare you've got a business you're writing whatever it is you're doing that is new and you know it's new and it's cost you something and you're thinking why do i put myself through this why do i head into this territory when their art the boundaries that there used to be i don't have the same set of rules there isn't like a plaque on the wall telling me how to do it and you think this is kinda lonely ashley is really lonely that's frustrating and i'm having the listening discern and i'm making a mess of it and the people who are back where i used to be are in that nice safe system thinking i've lost my mind so there's just the weird public there's the relational awkward all that and you're thinking man while this cost in in this story the warning is about the cost in stained back there yeah of course there's cost going forward in unknown hero's journey always has cost this passage the brilliance of this past the juicy oh you wanna king you wanna say stock back with everybody else there's cost there too and that cost is you're life cheer vitality it's you're soul like even says you'll end up in slaved yeah so which cost you wanna be alive on your path and maybe there's like a little blood on the ground in you're little woozy you've made you've lost a bunch of money and people don't understand but you're also live in you stayed true to who you are and it's messy and it's awkward but it's you so yeah there's cost but there's nothing compared to the cost of not being true true to you that cost whatever you do don't pay that cost yeah so this becomes oh really unexpected word of healing and hope for everybody who's like no i took the sinai option i took the side i took the imagination unknown i took the leap forward yeah yeah you'll see by the way side note a this this a you'll notice this with politicians right now you you have politicians right now you have these new really exciting voices who are saying perhaps we should think about it this sway or let's leave behind that entire way of framing that issue and they get laughed at and they produce a policy europe proposal and everybody ridicules it 'em but remember that the people who seem to be proposing the craziest stuff a and the system is like water utah that's ridiculous a remember that in four years from now in eight years from now those might be the ideas we save yeah yeah yeah exactly yeah they unknown at first sounds completely insane until it's the wisest path yeah that's man there's a lot going on there well my friends then we will be like all these other nations or you just decide to follow that still small voice that megaphone phone however comes to you that says no there's more there's a better way and they're my friends a which is a sermon let's this is a sermon on an ancient biblical text

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Titanic Put your tryst in me

"Hey it's for you reference andrei going to your phrase oh mine and i love the this week so i hope you're good at age of chinese products charles wants to have been my fingers you know it and it says love of the house off site the car with all of our laws also the crow doesn't mean that you should love so andrew all those including the blemishes i can't i i need a papa of is it yourselfer is a is a is a k by technicality like valentine's day you get it so you've got it you don't see me promising you're on the right because i got a little bit on dan's outlets jacqueline sedition germany's inc hey guys looking back is for you reference and today we are covering a block off the set match mhm as you would have read the title hold onto your doors closed roads ain't gonna save yeah rules double says anyone poignant yet shirt today we're diving into they nineteen ninety seven classic we could call it a classic the classic right a we is i mean so the nineteen ninety seven classic titanic written and directed by james cameron yeah really big budget movie we've got slots the thing the say a before before we do i i just wanna say 'em we just wanna put some respect on these victims and also the family of the victims because a lot of people unfortunately a pass away also thinking of the titanic a that happened in nineteen twelve on the full night of the voyage yeah for sure wash tragedies hopping yeah we're going to say some real things about the movie the titanic so i just wanted to set that out from neil set k a you know you guys know how this goes at forty reference we're going to jump into some stats right now a so this was released in december of nineteen ninety seven we've watched it recently and we didn't wanna look at the box office so let's go into that right now the budget was two hundred million dollars wish wish right well again though when you say ninety seven i feel like a lot of it would have been manual yeah as opposed the cg i everything yeah yes a good good few james cameron i edit grossed whole my a two point almost two billion dollars food buffalo i do yeah it's a pretty penny reckon it's funny reference guys a and also five little fact these titanic is in a three way tie west bend her and also lord of the rings return of the king for the most oscars for a film eleven oscars to be exact are awesome still see yeah right a suit to to break up these draining love story i might just trying to fit in some a actual historical facts all facts about the movie as we go along if you loved me yeah keep you will learn just try and get accreditation souffle reference riverfront cd bazi gates i feel like that's a peaceful patriotic isn't it yeah oh yeah we will be giving you saudi five barges or what no yeah going again joe if anyone ever know comes knocking we don't exist time is not linnea my friend let's dive into they tossed a we have got to dicaprio all sorry a we've got leonardo dicaprio sorry i don't go with the boston i don't know how that happened songs will be built all right you know versus me playing jackets olsen and then we've got katie wins like oh i'm so sorry a tight wins let a contribution non existent patriotic if you want to see ti and i me create the titanic in there will be things that the woman forever and i wanna read israel mormons are less oh wow you know what if we're going to talk about the very many epic titanic and not talk about vomit fetishes you were wrong and shame on you because there's no shame around here my no shame actual let's continue sorry cape plays he's worth a we also have her fiance baby daddy to be played by believes name for the character cow hopefully we'll have our main bitch sorry out of respect our main boss bitch kathy bates play molly brown and i think they were fetzer as they unsinkable yeah she's losing oh a mazing egg sampler eight everything my money he recalled ozil you money indeed i will there's so much about social status and cloth that hopefully will be able to touch on in this episode but i let me just give it a few mornings we've got francis fischel playing reuss the mother rivers ooh annoying knows like i said in on at least last week's episode no one could fuck you up more than you parents and ruth is a perfect example of that for sure right we also have old rivers who's played by glorious jewett she has her own issues as well it should issue called the issues that sink the titanic right but they got we've got a whole a slew of actors and we will get through to them as we guard but they got the stat at the oh the sense slot songs but all snacks matches all those songs luck good body will see that's what i want it shot up we have a name for our listeners do you wanna go daddy policies no i think there's a line somewhere i we crossed a few minutes ago yet a sorry guys we do appreciate you if if you're still he thank you and hopefully we won't let you down chances are we will so let's continue let's get to this let's go into first impressions when was the last time he wants the titanic how many times have you watched it and the first time you watch that what was the experience like foster mo watched it i think was still the same it came out also quite young which surprisingly elite ahah i remember all the nudie she was on may weaving surprises me harder on down to the border in the hospital the young boy that's the way you should have been sacked singer probably at least at least for thousands v is conditioned to focus on how had no recollection of that really dawn which is bloody we'd all i did watch it and i think we had breaks in between the movie i think this dumps he's halfway he threw to say hey guys get out of the mouse churchill eggs it had on this mission and everything oh yeah no one's gonna sit in the bloody scene in my back in nineteen ninety seven four three bloody hours oh you fans you fantasy but but yeah i think i was more emotional 'em to the movie when it first came out i think watching it box then i think i cried when jock laws dying in the whole robotics and other end spoilers if you and you 'em so what happened to you i think this is the second time watching it a which is bloody crazy thinking about it salamander watch twice unless you have in unrequited love that you're waiting for custody ocean i i'd actually be interesting because i really didn't see a desire a to watch it more than i have to i you know i'm done okay i you don don don to me could you imagine in baku timing probably not probably not a success depressions i actually avoided titanic as much as possible i did have to come across it in english literature 'em also a suitor sort of history sort of elective end we had to us the titanic a to my enjoyment it was focusing on the historical facts of the titanic but as you guys know if you've actually watch this movie a it's more focusing on you know the cat and mouse game that version jack play you know still doesn't get get me what the fuck is anybody watched movies in school and then literally they already booked it off no we'll know tv was seen as a great creation olin everything that you saw there was hope your enjoyment i guess that's a new ten hot hitting book you know it's it's just ridiculous anyway it's just you never was released in school no hell no even documentaries we we did watch a full history we did watch a head saw one though you didn't get to watch any movies at all no no you just bragging yeah i know things called books detailing all this event i would do it reads and also or not to rub it in but a in the primary school which i i know a lot of our listeners are american is elementary well before you're supposed realize he had bird is right a dirty mouth time if it was raining we will be able to watch movies is well i think the education system of the western countries just field everyone for more about eighties educational ramblings please sign up and cheat in next week may we were forced to log everything oh i phone every country apparently tune in now is just say let's continue with the gm some feelings a just a little bit oh but while a i feel like everyone at least nervous about the movie titanic you're right i'm actually surprised because i did say in one of our episodes we probably white cover i'm called i do kind of consider this a common circus out details of the titanic it did in martellus bennett is tilted bay whole bunch to solve the fact that they don't talk to and i think james cameron did a good job of actually trauma keep the fox closely knit and actually using that as bottle the call very long story actually yes as a because we are alerted people an educational repurposes tree is i am db trivia you're welcome the there was fact in there about james cameron actually going on an expedition himself all be actual titanic why sir james cameron i have this poignant question few why then once you cheapen this whole salem with a love story because people love a love story make it all the way things go his announcement because we have like wall for years later they do ball horrible when ben affleck and josh hartnett thank you for clarifying 'cause i feel like there's a lot of people have yeah buffet doing another one nothing so it's just something people would lean towards not me specifically i would i do with all the love story you know what a good example is about eighty a very interesting historical event be ruined by love story pompei featuring a best friend kit harrington oh off the number one they lost three just cloud things especially when we tell you about historical stories yeah but then there's a line between being an actual movie in the documentary and yeah i guess you wanna fears three sizes all in parking lot was a high guys first time listening to a four year reference urgency is very articulate so i feel like he didn't miss speak that is a kenyan education cummings very correct very good communication with a lot of what i admire it you know you did did ask saying it's like a colossal lot though well you you were released steady by god damn well how soon before you ceramic arise you to say like it's it's just lost wants rental for all is it till you hear about the titanic and the historical facts about it yeah so there's a thin layer you know the film the covering today there's a line between oh it big show movie in a factual documentary no one would go and what will very few people would go and watch r mass dot tonic high me hello hi yeah well then people want to escape the realities of life i guess they lost the morning aspires law makes it through the end yeah it's fine it's okay i i get what you're saying i don't agree with here because we are in a grill will hook cost see what you did or you just now i've got that one right that's not a ball assay realize why when you measure african nation with disease may all or things for all of our non peers hayes probably don't go around saying the same thing you said you're not gonna get the same race involuntarily higher all come i think measles is more topical kids vaccinated let's get back to pump out democracy we just need to revisit a developing nation don's immediately welcomes the foyer reference guys if you so we were just going to talk about acquaint love story about the titanic and not talk about the real as high vaccination problems that we have in this day and age and sweating i teach you are welcome a how fun would bisbee if this was your first episode ooh to us a by the way if this is real fast episode little before you reference no going listen to died on who's gonna say daddy would listen to deadwood we had derailing end we need someone to help us but yes if it's your first time listening to us on a ship lose all getting home dick dick yeah that must have dark and more memory on moving on bart aztec i think you'd prefer that he asked stick oh it's the aztecs liz asia's we need a moderator it usually it's out dog but he's really don't pull the river what we're doing right now he's really not well let's go back let's go back to the love story i do wanna talk about rivers specifically an officer jack but let's talk about the love story in general a as this podcast goes a long way a nerd nerd means historical holocaust but i will try and fit some historical facts as we go along or even i i am d h tribute facts as we go along just to bring some levity because this love sorry i'm not about that life right a so let's go let's get into it let's talk about the actual love story objective simply does not exist in in the film opinion is that actually exist objective late the love story whether it was required ono how did you feel about it but it helped drive the vehicle did it help a coleman eight be emotional feels that you had through the film experience or not really i think we go on so when they made two billion dollars out of this meaning that you actually truly did wow it's it's one of those things bronchitis up hotels for a packet of beans say you know he came up with the formulas actually walked so kudos to you know 'em finding love me just one of the biggest tragedies in the walled tragedy oh yeah you know it's now all designed that anyway just walks so i guess you know and it went from i think the foster i'm watching it because i think lots while we were banking on seconds i wanna thank all the watching it will be more vote rules to glosses now that means it's good actually right yes yeah i'm watching it was eighty two the gospel jesus glosses yes yeah it's not often you almost is what i i mean i semantics right because we are all about grandma edwards right i don't think anything we've said actually make sense but they got a i really do think new ones who is the problem i think it was delivery and i think it was also message 'em explaining why he just did i ask you about the love story and you're talking about everything except for the love story no i think the lost hillary is pretty much drove tonic to be a blow off the classic that it is today take that away in all hobbies people found a ship no all you have is a fascinating case study about about the ship but that was claim as on thinkable right a or interest that again used awad case study wants he says i like lots of documentary may scummy that shit a hand in as much as we love or w dot com brought telling us nature you know that's that's all aligned and then when you get close to cover that same pain when it gets to people dying in large scale oh yeah i don't think anyone needs to study not in this world not in this day and age yeah but it doesn't matter it's all covered by the love story about i knew you told me you told me what you thought about it i feel like there are other vehicles in order to convey you know eight tragedy ole historical event i really didn't feel like a love story was the best vehicle be a cool to do a third but you know it's up there everybody's preferences and i guess a will be interested in or whether that got in the way of you enjoyed the film that was the reason why you enjoyed the show i don't necessarily feel sorry also the second time a viewing this movie which is a couple of days ago i didn't realize how problematic rose was an i it's not to say that rich people starting have problems but jesus christ she was sitting on a diamonds and she was talking about being a slave ship for real nineteen twelve like it is rife out there yeah she is ross slavery and it's just like you may unless you actually being enslaved you cannot compare they're the do yeah right yeah but i thought flowers like nah you don't go that that's like another episode for another day but jesus lady needed and get a grip she did she did get a grip like she did on the door and she didn't do jack cheese class i know they're all out right well listen again mythbusters did say the it required additional f words to keep the door flute but you know it mythbusters also didn't do they didn't pan out to the wide wide screen where there so kate winslet giving the money under the table say the boy you know my friends that's a forty reference trivia fact noted i am db was humming fight me it mentions if if you wanna check on while she was a problem a and i guess she wasn't really getting much sort of attention from cal her fiance her baby daddy should be but jesus christ man i just like it was a lot of escapism but a lot of her character just really how do i get essentially she gave me the impression that she was a sort of position that like acted up just to get her parents anoint just to piss them off so like that so depressed you know if it was nineteen to always say how the block mom they're the best things you could do without black man the borrow rose written getting she now a nineteen twelve so let's not even that that would be no jerk you also don't know if you really wanna know the good wanna go all the way no that that would they didn't a blood by i wouldn't even be annoying them but jesus christ i added i like i don't really care for raise this character even though we do stand a sumptuous i don't wanna objectify but a delightful kate winslet voyeurism household yeah she is exemplary even with her most recent film with a i think liam hemsworth just make up your own a lackluster film but you know we still stat city under the time just gorgeous and i just wanna point out that when they actually did they drove me like one day of french kills the way that she was laying on the couch his hands and the sketchbook was actually covering her right td ryan i feel like they did that on purpose because because those were real ask natural std's and if you've got real ask natural std's and you'll laying in that position it would literally look like sludge my i like i i am offended how day you that in the foyer reference household only rank higher the my boots to say something to play with it at all if you want to know more about what goes on behind the microphone now you know any regret it a nasty yeah so i feel like i listen is where peel before this happened highly no doubt it especially if you listen to one more episode it we're all going held together let's just be if i was talking about td's right and then you brought up but it's fine dog std's everyone cities for all free the simple if you will right but yes i just didn't wanna i just did one point that out because real td's don't sit nice imperfect when you're at the sort of angle so shout out to the real td's also shadow to the meltzer real katie's 'cause it's twenty nineteen and if you feel great about yourself go along i wanna get shows it's almost like you take all suck you're if you got big enough one's a one homer on up yeah i got that big energy may it's just they let it happen clearly a few when's it going get a snack back now we are talking about titanic in case you're confused we could talk more about td's but maybe in a different episode but yes you wanna know a fun little tidbit about a the sketching the sketches leonardo through a that was carrying out drain that saying well it's actually done by james cameron he got himself he did itself ooh hotline kind of like he he orchestrated this whole future don't just get let me then i will just and then everything else is hoping to pieces of the movie around that it'd be like wait where's where's the film james cameron so worried about it but this is most importantly saying we starting with this let's say james cameron alone because i feel like he's one of the few in hollywood that doesn't have a scandal so let's let's not start one a free the natural ends multinational it's a natural cities right yes a paint wins it is a one the tool i do wanna talk about jack nicholson jane doe civil is actually a real person on the titanic oh yeah but it's not based on you undergo the formulas permission to use a show but if you want another fact james cameron actually consulted with at least a hundred and fifty extras and he actually gave the backstory's stories so shout out to you david cameron but also or if you did all of this research and he actually went on an expedition oh he's forty out of money off duty cheapen it with a love story but let's leave it there because we're not gonna get through the rest of their ratings but really dirty you went through all of this actual archaeological hague's i still cheapen it anyway but you know you've got your two billion from this movie so why would you listen to me right yeah jock is this a were you gonna say lifted in level by law i guess it kind of is yeah yeah eric and yeah fred dinkum make did i used correctly you did actually to point see in a natural born ozzy so this level guy that wins tickets to join or to go to the tonic traveled go to america will launch is actually from america and just moved to london no uk he just happens in there yeah just just just by the way he's vagabond is that what back above me out and now i believe the vagabond i in can you feel the love tonight that that that's the wrong maybe so but yes so he goes into the ship all fully excited and then stumbled across roads is all loop subtle and then from their own i've said this in our game of science episode where rob stock and that coleman right in regards to jack nicholson layers character and if you've got a nice face you could pull yourself out of publicity for shaw for shaw if for any other person other than jock i don't think i would have walked at all like he had his little teeny giants but let's be honest it was his face and his boy is chom i called him over the line elaine your off your face i think is wrong why does why does sound like a green day version of middle lease chip drew 'em because cool like 'cause at saint progressive fence by the way let's play that titanic if it in there but yeah so it's it's quiet enthralled ing watching senior because we all want to reason with jock trying to score ball you wait which i did by the way guys but if if this is what it takes to get these comments and we should do a love stories all the time i stand issue it but yeah it's it's all there the unattainable goal he's pool and because there's a theme of costs and says well right yes tightly it's why played along from the getgo they pretty marshall the difference between what gets you in foss kloss and that class yeah there's a second meller any thoughts about that at least in the film yeah so own the differences are that to see and from then on we just see jock and rose go from strength to strength to the porn floyd's to last for days for them to fall in love mhm i'll just say they love each which i think would be too quick you know whatever floats your boat or dozen oh wow if you'll pardon the sad pun while i held off i'm so sorry oh yeah we're all rooting for jack yeah mm what are you what do you think about him i think he was fine i i think he was a great vehicle i think they both served purposes for each other roads was looking for some fresh excitement yeah she really was a someone to reinvigorate sexual senses right ends jack really did that for her what i i guess i don't really understand at the time when i watched it for the first time as an an adolescent was jack was actually well traveled end he's famous cdot to so it wasn't as if like closed for road it seemed like she was trying to feed into the fantasy of you know she's hot older lady she's going to flout deflowered him criminal justice if you will reverse proven off this if gymnastic wasn't really that because jack has traveled at he's it's already talked about those french gills right the one legged prostitute right yeah how fonda starting or anything sexual rather than just about now my point is foot kate it was that fantasy because she's you know she's rearing this this guy right and i'm just trying to understand what's aside from the beautiful buddy a that you could behold it kate winslet i've tried to understand what jack's character would have gotten out of the arrangement maybe is one of dress specimens that gets off on making women feel good maybe so he seemed like the soda kid that would let the woman said this before he does and shout out to all of you that do the same often go myself on the back but i'm looking right yeah it's it's quite interesting because he just i think is all from walk where you want to believe it's love on the far side when he sees rules on the deck is just an cops leads it by her so i think he understands rose he understands what rules is going through in terms of this flog goal of not knowing what she want yeah i think we both agree that they worked together yeah well not really show in walk from parents they fulfilled each other but they definitely worked together yeah is there anything else you wanna say about the love story sorry before we dive into the characters and up i think they're good right we've told drivers a we've talked about jack do you wanna talk about sir i guess what i want us to cover today is any other characters that we should talk but also or the themes in the movie and also the social causes so what what do you wanna have assessed the things i can't serve to i guess aero themes it was quite clearly you know even through the side of the field that these titanic it was the rolls royce all the same right i don't know if that's a purple acquaintance but they got all of the who's who's is that was that was out there fashion design is a macy's thee the founders of macy's world so on the bird for the titanic all of these procedures people that wanted to be there there had to be there for the maiden voyage of the titanic and it was pivotal if you're somebody you would be on the maiden voyage of the titanic right yeah for sure softening one of the major things in this movie is love love conquers all love goes beyond clause love overlook souls things something though we all hold to high esteem when it comes to us idealising ising what love is so we all have some sort of speak in what that says is some sticking rose in jot experience because your wants to believe in this idealistic sort of love mhm so i think that's one of the biggest in us and i think that's all i was telling you if you take away laws in tonic that it just becomes are a mess at tonic it becomes a case study what's wrong with that and then it's not engrossing two billion i feel like the difference hang on i'm haley i feel like that reflects martin us as a people say you how you how tom trauma change people's behavior so models while just roll with it i guess like a kit harrington in public pay a yellow is odd that love story fuck that right up ebay being an interesting story on its own yes yes definitely a but wow so you know throughout the film though will tell you about how it was infamously coined they on thinkable ship which were sad because every time someone said of the dialogue visitors on thinkable i'm like oh yeah and i think lee lady a bit too heavily on the irony in this movie because we have a lot of them in in the show where you have like you said guardians how could a sinking ship you know it's just hilarious because as a viewer you already aware that song you know you're not going into this thinking anything else it's all a spoiler it's just a fact i yeah i i'm hoping that's why people went into back in the day knowing it's atomic actually song and not just some frivolous loose i guess it depends if if you're not that big on the history or the titanic in general you probably would look into it seven no rolling again visit medication system will very good again we are a tv film podcast so we probably shouldn't take it too much on the fact that it was a historical yeah right i feel like we're spoiled these days because in twenty nineteen watching the film of like yeah cinematography is good yeah costumes a good but i think we take for granted that this was made in nineteen ninety seven yeah yeah which is quite impressive for their achieved right the cg is actually quite good as well even with the budget that had a lot of it would have had to been manual yeah as well for sure so you know james cameron and his crew i'm sure they've got older kudos and the money you save you know attitude is probably the main much to you but i do appreciate the film as it overall piece of work yeah and i guess while villa teams and this is greed oh yes because with such charlie's comes human error and the human greed end for the things that you would think unfathomable to even consider before she died skills quote only how void forty or life life is it's a ridiculous isn't it well the rationale was they don't wanna clutter the deck just so ridiculous but it's it's sadly understandable it is ogden is low because as we start to realize this was the ship to be on right and it it really served which in many cases if i wanna get real it really served for the mess richest and most prestigious people yeah and you know they did say in the movie while with the old rules in present day talking about how the explaining all the shape sign even before rosetta recounting everything in life 'em the captain's experience went against them because everything that he knew it was actually wrong and it has caused the accident or whatever but to me it goes beyond that in that greed feeds into both the captain's need to have this sort of a retirement grunge away he has ooh i feel the foster ship to america in a day or let last year yeah fire out far off for someone who knows is making enough time to get to america yeah i'm still far off the extra angels to just go full steam ahead despite multiple warnings of ice bonds and the reason for it those are real and for other then she agreed yeah it's ridiculous interesting fact 'cause i wanna cut through the fat of the love story with some historical facts v titanic was a bit different adding their opinion innovative in a in that sense more on the cusp of cutting edge engineering previously even smaller lines were fitted with us for prone capellas titanic were actually clearly had three considering the large scale of the titanic can also late to its demise as well and you know let's let's talk about it will continue to talk about in this episode a if we don't clouded by the love story of this there are many elements that could contribute possibly to the sinking of the titanic and i just want to point that out but let's continue let's keep talking about a the simulation right with overs and it's paid eighty four yes you know what bothered me about old roads everyday the faucet the foster pasa and she tells the story today is a fucking strange right you've held the story of losing a loved one her him risking it all yeah for you being brought to you a whole fucking thing painting those fucking love yeah i mean the foster bussing you show in bloody eighty four years he's a fucking stranger who is only in it to fund the fucking many clicks and you know what's what's really weird because you know i i'm sure you guys work and hi hello if you're listening to us while you're working a but both you and i work office jobs right hand man do you come across some boring people some boring as people were so boring stories rose had a substantial story yeah linked to historical event as she didn't tell anybody laws and know how to drive the same way in granada children i understand why shouldn't tell her husband that yes macho body stranger who who who is she calls when they show up at johann naked on the tv tv news actually yeah when you laid out like that it seems like a black man now on now get it together guys the soft on i'll watch this on being like oh sick and telling may you waiting for your tadic titanic to rise oh yeah walls and again i do remember anything rising or even the nude scene so it also lost on me i guess right oh yeah but it doesn't make sense she has such a action should have actual story to tell and she didn't tell anybody you know we saw let me put it this way i can't even see now where she doesn't watch the news the stick this story to engrave i guess also becuase the necklace and that's what she has her story she won't be anything to anyone because she's older nicolas away anyway well i hope she's not queasy i'm talking about oh i'm happy with both so grandma cleese the steel lease volley in ages we find out that formula one they'll on our patriotic incomes mean to the grandma clean okay yeah you know you you know you just have to make everything we ate it wasn't weird on tv started digging into it don't ball kohl's drawn dig deeper into it it just it is what it is who has been listening i myself no that's not true there all the way out but yes the weird thing is rose is recounting see this story an as far as this feel there is no one is disputing her why she tell me all the shady things about herself she make us all seem less bradey unless privilege because it makes you feel like my life is hard yeah lushes finding the the system is following the man talking about the system let's talk about the social classes before we run out of time there's quite eighty hard line drawn between the first class the second class and the cops right the most opulent of society was living it up in first class hey theo how you doing he was shaken he was who's having a little shake in case you could hear that because you see the disparity for lack of a better word of the different tosses i think second class really go much of a mentioned in this film is more about the first class and the third koss anes wow just wow it was leaps and bounds different in every single way in regards to how they were traded yeah it really wars at let's let's get to these final scenes of the film right once there is some sort of semblance that we are in some trouble first class was like he has a life jacket if you want to evacuate it's fine right and it was like the third class so sorry one life jackets or remote full they like fend for yourselves and you know ronnie off and you know china tend to everyone else at something that i really had a problem in ways was yes we've talked about the lack of life but same right even in that sense you know the the first class passengers were really blonde say about it somewhere naval wearing life jackets some went really they'll like can i go back to my cabin yeah and i go back to my cabin now why are you bothering me true for the saying oh it's i guess it's really annoying and it's just painting of even big joe how society is right yeah because you had that's a wall like sixty percent of the false class people made her sister it's the stock number compared to the all the people that died while they're already harrowing majority of them being dropped below deck with no way out no lifejacket well according to the film of sea of the life cuts that were there early one of them came back for even the most of them plus plenty mtv yes there were only about twenty people in the capacity of sixty five oh i rage you know speaking of rage you know how these musicians were playing up until the final moments of the titanic a fun fact either who's a survivor she was actually in these first class at the titanic as she was fifteen years old so she was quite young so that's how she was still alive to be an existing interviews and i fifty seven or also in the nineteen nineties as well a she mentioned that yes there were some musicians that were playing up until the final moments but they didn't play niro michael to be watered by it no one can really remember from a lot of the day accounts no one could really remember what exact understandably game player however it was something that was update it was something that was quite happy an aide who i'm talking about in particular said that near my goto they definitely wasn't playing because that would have been a lie and among those small for dramatic effect for the right we we had grown up with the notion that it was oh it was so sweet that god is going to come and say me which were not gonna get into today but a you know have that him you know near michael today apparently factual according to bruce that didn't even happen and other accounts let's just russ probably playing it's getting hot in kickoff all the quotes from the washington masika bubbling gave that you go you know what i was gonna throw boy ad save you but he saved just gradulate name idle komo self correcting oti rate right at next season a black man but yeah i'll i think we should great vala in just accepting the situation of oil is embracing it and doing their best to calm wherever was on the board i wasn't making to the lifeboat yeah it's hard right because he really wasn't the in those moments if you were there would you have been helpful over juban china fend for yourself yeah it became you know the older now when kids just looking for burners you you're ryan and mine other people's but you you really start to reflect on shit if you know i've got a whole life now would i actually sacrifice my life for others mm right that that says costs really wasn't that it was just a matter of cubs it just goes to show you get your money now you know just get it you die dude less or the eyeball at least some efforts will reported withdrawn assume you'll live you know what that is true and very sad yeah it was really just a matter of confident it wasn't really a matter of safety ad waste roofs account she was talking about at fifteen years old to say how there was ice on the deck and they were talking to the stop saying is this anything to worry about and they said no sir naturally shana family just went to bed yeah yeah i guess one other thing would they say to you wouldn't really wants to raise anxiety levels all pani other boat just for the ship you just say no this problem and try and figure out how we say the ship if even if those non i guess i i guess i it's it's hard to say right yeah we went that they'll swimming any seeks a lead to this latest a really really bad or good example example human negligence and it i really wouldn't blame it on the captain i feel like there were many contributing factors as to why stocked up for y'all blame him i blame a whole lot more the old blame anyone else yeah you like it if a nasty but i feel like he just did not end in oak oman is cheap as best as it could last up people influencing i know but for for many decades he has been the scapegoat for the sinking of the titanic and i feel like it was more complex than that right but i do wanna give a shout out to our friends victor doll dalbar who plays thomas anders because she has a maniacal face right he was essentially a good guy in this film and i kept looking at him and not trusting anything he said yeah he's a guy from scandal oh i think more so while listeners will know him from alias okay just said in his jennifer gone is just breaking but wow chest it i in are talking about classes it really gets to you know especially in that sort of society a you know you you could argue that it definitely was more of a roll back then yeah that it is now yeah but i will not let him off the hook so easily at the end of the day the buck stops with him really is still downey fire i'm i'm just saying mistakes were made the all quiet preventable at his level regardless of how many idiots it's told him otherwise we handle the danger the open waters so whatever you ports esau may you gotta barking unfolds and he chose to port negligence and and and then greed above everything else i do disagree with you but apparently took at least forty seven minutes so then call it in because it felt a little cool may well though assessing the damage or in the song thing is when they sent out the esa wes those ashi properly which was quite close by the guy the guy who's reid ingles wants to bet ali yeah i only saw it the next day and how frightening and by the time the guy that everyone had died not is now the audience know rick that guy would fall i feel so sorry for him i feel so sorry for i think the old leave with me forever now with all yeah i would get haunted by that totally we choosing to go to bed pretty much off dots that's hotshots shots because you wanna know you're just like oh it is just sending out of the night libya got any ranchera now at nbc news it's fine it is it really really is then again you have the forty or lifeboat the window and never timbuktu con rescue anyone true people lost fucking hello you've been living in this bloody walled foxy versus the west knows you know five busy actual worst qualms with rose my clones jack dorsey said put his trysted how you look and sound by her but it's like she was selfish up until the very end how so so i think it was in the myth buses episode talking about it earlier had to take fifteen minutes in the water before you die from hypothermia right right irregardless regardless of that right well some people fifteen but other people at different i would take two minutes also semantics right in any case i would rather living in a world where we both start have legs that should be without you say that's all i'm saying a fellow i get that i gotta be improved that they could have probably survived if they use some ingenuity only if you use the ingenuity unity wage in that situation with outlived other benefits over time and relaxation and having a lot from the bloody line you can actually think something out by the time i don't think i don't think i blame out of a i really dawn because i think if you'll is me i'll probably do the same thing i'll just won't be on the on the boat when the dawn on drift away only been standing next to you so they don't come find me a black sea yeah go dido bar just like that just like that just like a what do we say what do you what do you want what do you sinking full so a one of these accounts that are listening to in league history unplugged holocaust they quite big so they probably don't know about us but i'll put them in show nuts because i was listening to a few of the podcast so they had in the series of the titanic a they were talking about how there was eighty survivor all at least one of their account he was actually throwing the pool chaz off the titanic because because he knew that the ship was going to say so at least if he had support says there will be able to grab one of them yeah how sad is that yeah oh i'm there's also another another story of someone who survived ongoing the water i think swarmed the whole roll dot staying afloat old time yeah and now is merely because he was drunk as far yeah so i'm not advocating for people to get drunk and and warming you'll bullet just just just interesting to know that yeah but let's let's round off a you know what we don't really cover a lot in regards to you know other episodes where we cover as many characters is possible but really it kind of ellie focuses on these two yeah or we didn't get to see a little bit of a call and he's just a guy through and through you even able face he monday his man a love less loveless i feel like it's a will smith wild wild west reparations really yeah his name is i'm also not loveless love and joy a kind of fill disappointed with that now i really it'd be a lot less wallets love joy it's loveless of this house but yeah oh led them to tied to the hip both ridiculous man i don't even think he survived getting off the boat so for a one of the same rules didn't even notice jock died she fell asleep on the fucking yes please make it five view met in my life is full last week he will stay awake deceive me i told you she says so far i've even forgotten about that me off before you get to rest on your laurels shut us the soundtrack 'cause we do stand strong selene dealer yeah how yeah we sure do a king of the world right i felt i felt scared for older as when she was trying to do that yeah really hoping some harnesses drawn a you know all the or maybe just chatted selsky before he did the matrix who's helping each other guy john rick episode so guys oh but all in all it's a film that exists and we've watched it twice yeah i think that's it for me i think that's it then you know what no and oxford this episode you're welcome a we we try to give it a break 'cause we've done a lot of tv shows a we've also recently done a metal though i got though listen to i episode if you have it but we wanted to kind of break it out to what is a big blockbuster so that elvis everyone is saying a cause we love you guys we love allison is sometimes you guys listen to episodes that you haven't even watched an even though i'm the king i don't really wanna deflowered you in spoilers so hopefully this is an episode sorry that you guys could enjoy anes sink your teeth into yeah right a if you're interested in this other content let us know if there's anything you want us to call let us know a both guidance reference this is the first we've talked about love and romance let me go says yeah right yeah notify oh no not today this is a weird feeling okay let's get into it i love a good document track especially about history new moon gross two billion dollars ball they go oh my integrity is full a you know they're quite a whole slew of documentaries that you can bursar in regards to the titanic one that i specifically focused on when i was in high school was titanic secrets revealed the good thing about that is it also focuses on contributing factors not just the captain and that's my infancy yeah my friends for today i wouldn't be paul haba it's just a different movie with the same team when you get a really tragic event the hop in this case it's the bombing of bomb paul harbaugh and a love story blasted on top of it so saying yeah yeah markets like a love triangle so so go get audio 'em had similar spot harbor oh i think there's a new all violent coming out soon i'm there's a lot so yeah i think this is a formidable leave on for a few more use of force we won't be kids so that's 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WHAT'CHA WANNA KNOW WEDNESDAY

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

16:05 min | 5 months ago

WHAT'CHA WANNA KNOW WEDNESDAY

"The drink works home by is the perfect gift or addition to a small gathering. The home bar makes a thirty drinks from cosmopolitans. Too old fashioned at the push button. Just insert the pod press. Start and enjoy each drink. Works pod contains real ingredients and premium spirits for a limited time. Get fifty dollars off the home bar with promo code. Play go to drink. Works dot com to order now. Drink works press play keurigs. A registered trademark of keurig green mountain inc. used under license please enjoy responsibly. Even when the show is over sometimes we just keep talking and now you can hear and listen to the john rich afterwards podcast on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. Ever what you wanted to wednesday kc welcome to what you want to know wednesday. What you wanna nope. So i kind of need your help So tonight i'm having or we're having a friend skipping And i need to know if one of our friends. Max is going to bring this new girl that he's been talking to you because if he brings her there are going to be problems So we have. These are like all my friends from high school. We have a really tight knit. Fun group And one of my best friends in the group used to date max and so she's obviously going to be there And this if he brings this new girl who he's been seeing she's just a problem Like we all just need to be like mentally prepared for her. She's she's just a lot like she was especially when she's drinking she's just she's just a lot. You know what those people are like. She's a lot like she gets obnoxious and does crazy things or she's just a lot because like she's not really part of your friend group no she does obnoxious crazy things like she's she's not nice then when she drinks it's like she feels like everybody's attacking her if she goes in. I mean she's just she's just nuts and she's yeah. It's not the vibe that we were all hoping for for thanksgiving. I feel like there should be rules with a friendsgiving so you don't get yourself in these type of situations. You know not not that that there are or not. I don't know because i would go when my wife and our dating. I would go to a friend's house for thanksgiving. He wasn't called friendsgiving. But i'd go to friends houses. And i'd never came across that situation so much. Sure that lie kyle. You've had friendsgivings for awhile. Is this something you've come across before. I haven't but i've never really been in that situation. Where like our friends giving we do. Just the girls okay. Not couples. Suzanne just did her first friendsgiving. So lucy. delaney's a big friendsgiving delaney. Have you come across the situation before. Because you've done friendsgiving longtime that people that have hook up with other people. In our stipe group ida can be a little awkward. i remember one of my guy friends. One since giving made three girls cry. No means anyone. I think it just like they all like really liked him and they were all upset with any of your wine. Casey's fred's giving this to your. Wow wow wow you're giving kept. These bad is out one. So this'll be a piece of casey. It's like you like you have to understand the weird position than your guy. Friend is in because obviously he's not gonna tell the girl he's dating she can't come because that would cause problems with him in her and i totally get that but they've only been dating for like a month so it's kind of like you know. Are you going to make ten. People feel super uncomfortable. Or you just going to make one person you know. I don't want her to be. I don't want hurt him to hurt her feelings. But i feel like she would also be uncomfortable. Timing like do you think he has enough Like read the room ability to know if it's a good idea to bring her or not. Well i texted him about it and he didn't respond and i'm sure that other people in the group texted him to and just ask him if he's bringing her and he just doesn't refund so i feel like he has a pretty good sense that we're all kind of worried about her coming and he's just not doing anything about it so if she is going you just want to know so you can mentally prepare for it or you. Tell him not to bring her. I mean i. I wish that i could just say. Don't bring her. But i don't think that that's going to. I don't think that's super realistic. I really just want to make sure that my friend Nose so that she can. You know what i mean like. I think that it would just be better. We all knew what we were getting into. And then we can all kind of make our own decision with some their sort of the prize. No so they can do if this is a romcom that she has enough time to hire really good looking guy to be her date. Yeah she'll follow up with that male off trying to help her ex jealous movie all right so we're going to find out what's the guys who we call max max okay. We're gonna call max and see who he's bringing the to do. You know the girl's name. My friend are his new girlfriend. Esther bester i think she said what esther is it esther bester bester or best are pretty high ranking dirty bastard. Casey what you want to know. Wednesday continues next wednesday rich. We got casey on the line. She is having a possible friendsgiving drama tonight. She's got a bunch of friends coming over esperance giving us but the deal is max sky. Max is coming over and he might be bringing this girl astor tonight but the thing is max is ex. What's her name casey. Your friend virginia. Virginia's max's acts of reduce going to and they wanna know if max is bringing this girl or not so. That virginia can prepare right mentally prepared. You know so you can go just a heads up. Virginia max's bringing esther it's old people get after off old folks home ballots. Buddy gertrude. balls k. C. has has virginia esther. Before is this the first time. I think i mean we all went to high school together. So she's met her but she definitely like they haven't spent any quality time together like they're not friends okay. It doesn't know each other. Yeah they know of each other. I think is probably a better way to describe it. Calling max right now Good morning max. There max up. Hey max this is is. Is that from john. Jay enrich show like it okay. We talked to on the radio for a second Yeah i mean. What did i get this win. And what's going on well. We tried to do something special for thanksgiving and we are calling everybody for friends giving time for the big party tonight. And we're trying to of people for the for the for our for migrants giving micro theory. Well we're trying to do something a little special. Want to exactly what it is yet but we need a headcount and so you're coming tonight right. Yeah going okay. How many people do you expect to be there ten twelve. We're trying to do something kinda cool. You know with social distancing. I do some special the radio station in the show. So like how many people do you think just gas how many people are coming. Maybe ten of us okay. We were guessing tad's who want to make sure because well we don't want to do too much do too little. How many people you ringing. I mean one other in person. Okay and is that person. Is that esther. Yeah ok cool. Okay just making sure all right good. So that's two to. What are you gonna do. Well we were thinking of maybe having a surprise goesta patchen through Microsoft teams and tried to do some sort of teams thing with in bieber and hailey bieber and we have access to them for forty five forty five to forty seven minutes in. we're going to have them patch through to four or five different friendsgiving groups with a special nationwide people's facts faxed in Requests to be part of our jiji enrich friendsgiving virtual thanksgiving party with through microsoft teams through microsoft teams and thoroughly. Complicated accident faxed in. They were going to dial in the teams and then patch through the people's party but we can't have more than ten people in a party. And so you bringing esther that's ten so that work so cool. What do i need to do. Just want to make sure we got so we wanna make sure that we're talking to casey Casey said she's bringing somebody. She was her at her place. So you've got esther new so that's four and of course there's every casey are you there. Oh yeah hi lacks what is this. What is what's what's going on what's What's did you set this up Kind of Cool i well the real reason that i set this up because we needed to know if you were bringing after like. I don't know if it's a great idea if you bring her where why is she like where You don't yeah you went replied and i. I think it's just gonna super uncomfortable. Like virginia's gonna be there like this is supposed to be like a like a nice enjoyable evening together. Not all this drama that like after going to bring oh drama we we we we so you think she brings. You just got the radio to call me and tell me we're going to have this bad ass party with like live sandwich. S vivere and you're actually just trying to buy to like complain about the girl that i'm dating and what you're telling to ask to start job. I couldn't get anybody else all of you. Reply to my text message. What does it matter of just coming out of anybody's coming like who. What does it matter who. I bring virginia gonna be there. Virginia comfortable It it really. You think that. I should be worried about virginia. Being uncomfortable alley you need to lose sleep over it but like she is our friend in like you are our friend. We didn't ask you guys to date then break up like we're just trying to make it work for everybody. He's been weird but it's not. It's going to be weird forever and virginia to start dating again. I'm fading again. It's gonna be fine for everybody. Just chill. I'm just saying you guys have only been dating for a month. Maybe like everybody could rap like whatever. How would you feel if. Virginia showed up with walter. A handsome guy named walter with a cane kindly gentleman and one of those monitoring no while too good pictionary free like. What do you guys think crazy. No but mac sounds cool. It sounds like he's thought about it. I was like let's just everybody. Just hang out that. Isn't that your vibe max. Mildred we can see okay so it's like it sounds like an old man but she's just she's cool. Yeah it's it's friendsgiving everybody's friends. We should all be together which should wait so can you should should maybe estrogen sit at home by yourself and like a whole turkey. Is that what you think she should do for giving and i you want you want i with this girl and leave her at home so i guess i just wanted to know if she was coming so that i could let virginia now so that we can all kind of be mentally prepared. I understand you see her in a different light. We're like i'm to kurt dance. I'm gonna give her chance but like in the past true warm five eight okay. So no not. Everybody is a teddy bear. But she's cool. You've known her for a decade. Like actually i didn't actually november. I just wanted to not just kinda. What is it that everybody doesn't like like what's what's the problem like. Why don't you guys like her. She's kinda bitch like she's not she's she's not nice and i don't know if it's because it's like a defense mechanism or whatever but like she stood a drinking and back girl drinks and drinks and she just becomes the manner in mere. You think she's a main drunk that the deal law. Yeah okay all right so easy either. Solve we'll just drink less. And i don't know i i don't know maybe the kids and the kids just bring more s- bring a few good single chaps like the naarden theodore you could set her up with and you'll make make max jealous they start square dancing. Hope they're making lots of soft foods hard to all right. Listen working out. Thank you for being on our show. You want to know if he was bringing somebody he is. Dinners at one thirty pm. Who's date casey frederic franklin. That's what you wanted to wednesday. The drink works homebuyer by is the perfect gift or addition to a small gathering. The home bar makes over thirty drinks from cosmopolitan too. 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Kalman Runners

Linear Digressions

15:59 min | 1 year ago

Kalman Runners

"Hey Katie Hi ben so what's going on with you this week so this week as we are recording this things are pretty quiet but the day that we are released thing this episode is the Chicago Marathon which I by the time you listened to this will have run in still in the future tense as we record this I'm sorry that's a horrible inside joke but you're about to get it you are listening to linear digressions this weekend so I- I underwent a athletic experience which is that Iran my first marathon over the way congratulations thank you sorry okay then you're GonNa wish me luck while I was trying to think of the right Way To say it I I it's not breaking a leg I hope you will have had a good luck run now that doesn't work a new experience and one never quite knows what to expect when you're training for a marathon the training process you have these progressively longer okay I'm just GonNa give him on that and say good luck thanks enjoy Hey Katie Hey ben thanks for giving me a call man the in unknown territory and you might completely fall apart and running a marathon around mile twenty three twenty four twenty five is is not a superfund long runs at the top out at twenty miles but as you know a marathon twenty six miles and so it's fundamentally kind of dip experience but anyway I you know you're out on the course you have three and a half four hours to think very deeply about all kinds of things today I think I have further to go is there is there a reason that you only run twenty miles when you're training is because you don't want to just totally kill your body and one of the things that you start obsess about a little bit is when am I going to be done right toe how fast am I running help as my running based on like my own sort of thanks Ben I think that really that really added a lot yeah we're talking about a common filters this is something that is was near and dear to my heart nine the the calman runners episode it's a little bit marathon themed yeah the the common brothers were twins right Shula vent because the actual event is longer I have a quick question for you about that 'cause I only can run one mile actually I ran a mile and a half straight the okay I swear this genetic dad jokes they just come out we're talking about Kalman filters and so that was my horrible horrible introduction to this episode Colt to know how long it's GonNa take you finish a marathon because on the one hand you have your training experiences but on the other hand they don't generalize perfectly to the tends to wipe me out and that will be on Sunday which is normally are released a so as is tradition we will be re releasing an old favourite episode of Mine and you also have a mile markers that you usually see and if you're fortunate enough they might have clocks that are next to them and earth on you're you're collecting data on your position and you're collecting data on your on your rough speed and you're trying to use that to figure out yes it's a risk of injury thing and so but one of the things of course there's a little bit scary about running a marathon is is that once you pass the twenty Mile Mark Your but there are a few things that can be tricky about trusting those measurements one is you don't know if the clock is exactly at the mile marker that says it's was still one of the things about running a marathon is so first of all I have never run a marathon before this is my first one so this was the way that I feel right now I don't wear a watch on some people obviously if you're wearing a watch you might have a little bit more data than than I had when you're running about how fast you're going we didn't even talked about this before the show congratulations that's awesome I know right I am slowly recovering my ability to walk feeling of how fast I'm running which which is actually pretty yeah I mean it's pretty okay actually after you've been training as much as I have but like I could easily be off by fifty second so the clock can be sort of off by a few seconds just based on whether it happens to be a few feet down the road you know you see the clock coming as win the torture will end Bingo Bingo that is exactly what is in it and a little bit like how am I doing like if I have a goal of coming in and under four hours so it sounds like kind of from a big picture perspective you have a bunch of inputs all of which have some amount of noise to them and the funding getting these external measurements which are the clock measurements which I know have biases and also there's some some random variants do them so those are not super helpful either is a mile or something that would that would that would be easy to understand the second thing is that you have the information that you're getting from the clocks along the course mental problem that you're trying to solve is you're trying to extrapolate and so if you've got a little bit of noise early on in the course and then you extrapolate really far out in as you're running down the street and so like what time do you take as like the time of the year crossing Mile Marker Eighteen and the biggest one of all is that fudge factor added onto them so you know I don't I don't even really know my time I just know that this time like probably four or five minutes longer than the to refine your extrapolations as you gain more data and so presumably up to find some way of dealing with that noise and humans this was fairly big marathon and it took me I think five or so minutes to even cross the starting line from when the clock the future from those earlier measurements a small amount of noise earlier will be a fairly large discrepancy by the time you get to the end of the A. and the course and that's kind of noisy because I'm trusting my own like sense of how fast I'm running in you know that can be off four hours trying to figure out what we finish is actually fairly complicated kinda like projection problem against so how does this time restarted and so there's little chip timers in your Bib so the the five minutes kind of subtracted off at the end but all of these all these clocks have this unknown there's like an my on track for that and these are all kind of messy measurements to be making number one my velocity measurement is just my own I so that's fundamentally the problem isn't it yeah yeah I mean as I'm going absolutely I'm getting more and more information about how I'm actually doing so mile marker number one I'm crossing the line what I think is let's say a nine minute mile and so I think that it mile marker number two I'm going to be at eighteen minutes and so then when I show up at Mile Marker number two I might see something like oh it's seventeen minutes and forty five seconds and that might be because the yes you have sort of this system that can be in particularly it's used for systems that are evolving in time so you you're kind of like collecting information on the system for example at the beginning of the course I know that people are packed in really tightly it's kind of hard to maneuver around you kind of have to go with the flow of like what everybody else is running and depending on where you start maybe this'll be slower faster than your sort of normal starts at the beginning the beginning of the race is like a super weird time you can see okay I'm at Mile Fifteen and it's two hours and forty seven minutes or whatever so as you're running this as it's going and you have some idea about the underlying dynamics of the system so that would be sort of like for me how fast I feel like I'm running and then you also have external the clock is a little bit misplaced from where like the true to mile marker is it might be because I've sped up it might be because I'm not paying very close attention algorithm that accounts for all of that and I think that's where we that's where we get to calm filters right right so what a common filters going to do is it takes your I have actually been running so there's all these information about each of them is like not super great as we're trying to figure out what I'm going to finish because I had a goal of finishing in ballistic missiles or something like that something where I mean basically a ballistic missile is running a marathon it's just a different form of the trying to time yourself because you're really worried about like making sure you're not going to bump into anybody and making sure you're not running too fast and so I went back and looked at some of my Switzerland really good at that humans are really good at kind of just taking a fuzzy problem solving approach to problems like this but with computers unique to actually implement some kind of Sirri I'm GONNA be at whatever number I think it is and so as you accrue more data points even though each of those data points has noise you start to converge on a better solution than you would have had if you had just taken one of the data points by itself and then tried to extrapolate out you know all the way is running fairly slow at the beginning half of the race mostly because I didn't want to over do myself and I was running a little bit cautiously yes so I guess the the way to solve this problem is has a lot to do with Kalman filters okay okay yeah yeah so common filter is actually the kind of algorithm that we deal with a situation exactly like this where you have now I've what I think is probably going on I have something like an eight forty five or maybe like an eight fifty mile my second mile so based on that I think that it mile number during was in the World War Two Cold War era when they had to solve the exact problem of of knowing where missiles were flying because obviously that can be at the end so another application of Kalman filters might be if you're trying to solve the trajectory and correct for it of like more modern but one that's near and dear to my heart is that in the atlas detector at least when I worked there we have the problem of trying to reconstruct the trajectory treatments that you're getting those can can have significant amounts of noise that are associated with them so I have my internal idea of how fast I'm moving in sort of wear it wasn't actually nine minutes for the first mile but it was more like eight forty five like who knows there's all kinds of things that could be the could be going on in there but I say like okay so tricky measurement to make it's a very distance and there are lots of atmospheric effects in their win and there's all kinds of stuff that can go on another application that by the time it actually gets to its destination it's right on point yeah in fact I think one of the first late large scale applications of of common ah sort of these equations that describe the underlying dynamics of the system would be something like my position velocity and the fact that they're related as you go you're projecting ahead from past measurements so you're not in that case changing the trajectory of the thing because you can't do that why in with Coleman filters which our topic for the day and you know it doesn't it's just me talking about my marathon because that's what marathoner students they get really obnoxious about it now Shen and there's no human inside thinking oh this is so painful it does have a a couple of other dimensions as well it's got the left and right dimension and these concentric layers of detector elements that surround that collision point in so when let's say an electron versus your detector is GonNa hit different layers Michael might have been you make a prediction of where you think it's going to be you look for it around there you hopefully we'll find some kind of hit and that hit will then involved in a weird things can happen with this article it's bending in the magnetic field it can like hit ricochet off the nucleus of some Adam and get a kink in it and so a hit somewhere in the vicinity of you know where that line would put it that makes sense and it seems like in that application rather than projecting ahead digressions is a podcast about data science and machine learning produced and recorded in the studios of you'd acidy a company dedicated to education except a little bit but yeah it's it's something that's is at the heart of particle physics today as it turns out as of charged particles of this sector the this is a particle collider. Yeah yeah that's right so you have the two proton beams they sort of meet in the middle of your detector I've been down dimension it's also got distance and it has to kind of find a way to correct properly and well enough overtime ideally better and better over time the protons collide with each other very high velocities and then there's all these electrons and protons in pioneers and stuff like that that flies out of the middle and we have reconstructing that trajectory is actually fairly complicated thing and so you have this kind of leapfrogging algorithm when you start to get an idea of where the for one one and layer to draw a line between them and then I project this line forward onto layer three and so if there was a particle here that I would expect refine your understanding of what Jerry was and then you take that refined understanding and you go look for your next head and you just work your way from the inside out just looking for the position is the integral of lassie and it uses my position and velocity to given point to say like okay at the next point in the course at I'm at we've got some awesome course's made by People Kadian me in data science and other tech fields we should also remind all views expressed during this program where those of the speakers chance to do this when you have lots and lots of heads they're sitting around because you have to sort of evaluate each one of them it's a big comma to`real problem so they're they're always working on ways to speed first of active material that make measurements those get read out and then we have to say like Oh there's electron here and that process of taking these little electrical flashes that you see not at various points in your detector in turning that into a coherent trajectory of a particle that's what the the tracking algorithm is and what we would use for that was a common each successive hit as you go and that's the way that the that the tracking works in Atlas released a dead there it can be very computation God it's a it's a spatial extrapolation not a not a temporal one but if the exact same idea that there's some underlying sort of dynamics of the particle Turkey you'd find out what we call track seeds and those would be a couple of hits that were adjacent to each other in the detector and he's like okay I see two hits one in layer marathons tend to wait presently yeah I think there's there's probably some English construction for that with a lot of helper verbs so the this is a creative Commons endeavor which means you can share it any way you like just tell them we said

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How exercise is medicine

The Science Show

08:48 min | 1 year ago

How exercise is medicine

"The running every day. Don't you well once more? Professor Newton from Edith Cowan University in Perth we did a catalyst program on ABC television for years ago on using exercised beatcancer and now has been made w a scientist of the year must be good Newton. Congratulations on being the wwl. Scientists via well. Yeah it was a great honor very important today. I'm very excited. I think it's opened up a lot of opportunities for myself and my team but also for the university I think right recognition of exercises in medicine. Yeah very very excited about it. And what do you do for the year? Well what I'm doing is promoting exercises a medicine as much as I can help trinity to get out there the message. That exercise is a medicine as effective as many pharmaceutical drugs. If not more effective in some cases and of course has nice artifacts date. Unless you do you need. But the sort of exercises that we're talking about is not simply the walking in the running but often the resistance exercise with whites and the kind of things that you do in gyms. The exercises have different sorts of effects on the body. Certainly exercise is not a single medicine. And that's an important message and you have to actually ty the medicine to address the major issue that you facing so for example if you have issues around muscle loss than walking really has no benefit. You really need resistance training fairly high volume short wrists between exercises because that creates the greatest anabolic environment. So we're looking now at really precision exercise medicine. Assessing the patient healthy individual determining what is most likely to kill them and then really honing in and targeting that with a specific exercise prescription. Well another certain people in places where I live. Who Know that the exercise the trainers know about your work. And what you've just said but how many other trainers are aware of this. Look I think probably leads the world in this field certainly American College. Sports medicine is just come out with their position. Statement on exercise and cancer management and. Look I gotta be honest. I think it's still a little bit behind where the research is. Certainly other countries around the world is very little recognition and the message is mostly just get out there and exercise out there and move. It doesn't matter what you do. Look any sort of physical activities of benefit. There's no doubt about that but we could do a lot better and certainly think it needs a lot more training of exercise physiologists and physiotherapists. I think in particular we need right understanding amongst the medical profession about benefits of exercise about how it can be tyler specifically to have much greater benefit. Well I know that when I came here just over three years ago and I went to the gym which next to way patients get chemo and there was a patient doing the exercise very very happily and I took to a number of doctors on the East Coast or maybe overseas they look blank using Compu- series. The doctors know more now. Do they look? I think that it is increasing in terms of awareness. Certainly the science is there. We have hundreds if not thousands of very high quality randomized controlled trials now which support the efficacy in the safety of targeted exercise. I think we will moving now. Though is applying exercise medicine to people who are really unwell and in the past this being hesitancy around that these people have advanced cancer. Chemotherapy and they really have overwhelming fatigue. There on well. It's too risky all the evidence that it's not if it supervised correctly in the right environment other words exercise clinic or a hospital. It is very very safe and we really need to target. That is people who aren't doing well. Those people who are perhaps even palliative. That's the time where we can really use exercise to certainly improve the quality of life that you've potentially actually extended life even if you feel really rotten you can do little bits and build on that until there's a transition realism. You get good at it absolutely and look the K. Messages some is better than none. So even if you as you say feeling really rotten try to get off the couch. You'll get out of bed and just even if it's just five ten minutes and then build on that certainly more is better than a little. We now know that if the exhaust very targeted particularly high intensity the actual volume and duration of exercise can be quite sure moderately ten or twenty minutes per day but it still can have quite a large benefit particularly saying that with resistance training body whites such as squats. This or step ups can have a very large impact on. The body's health of the body is geared. You built to move. And I've always felt that in some ways if you think of the body producing all this stuff wastes who knows. Then you've gotta get shifted and just being static doesn't make sense but is it good science as to what's going on in the body beyond my crew description the science behind this is really rapidly growing and we've moved to think beyond in cancer for example studies that show that physical activity and exercise improves quality of life. I mean that's a given. We've moved on studies to show that does improvements in strenghten cardio respiratory fitness. That's happened. We we know that well what we're trying to do. Now though understand the mechanisms by which exercise in particular actually suppresses cancer development had exercise facilitate radiation therapy for example? How does it might chemotherapy more effective? That's where we need to move now. We really looking at a molecular basis and a genetic basis here to see how certain types of exercise change the actual environment within the body systemically. We have quite vast changes chemically within the body which occur exercise a nice chemical changes have strong anti-tumor fix once understand that we'll be able to prescribe exercise more effectively because we know what chemicals drugs are released in the body by what exercise in Ham much and from there that obviously we can prescribe exercise more effectively the other aspect which is very exciting. Is that will then be able to use drugs to facilitate affect. We'll never have appeal. That replicates all the effects of exercise that star never going to happen but certainly we're learning. How exercise can work synergistically with certain chemotherapy treatments and radiation treatments to improve cancer therapy. Yeah that was the interesting thing that you're saying even way back. Then the chemo treatment for cancer was working better. If you exercise. Yes studies of patients receiving chemotherapy. We know that they have left side effects. We know that there is less dose reduction. That's very very important. Pretty much every patient will have varying degrees of toxicity chemotherapy side effects and quite often these associate via that. The doctor has to reduce the dose. That's given probably a patient will have on average about a twenty five percent dose reduction if they exercises on your at a ten percent reduction that's a considerably more chemotherapy agent that we're getting into the patient clearly that's got to translate to a better chance of actually beating the disease. You got not shirt on the West Coast Eagles. Do you actually play still now. I've never played a rugby league. We're in my younger days. Not Stein for and you get exercise yourself these days. Yes just about every day. What do all I still like to do? Resistance training two to three times per week but also got caught interested in group exercise classes in boxing classes with my wife and I go along and we hit the punching bags and the FOCUS PADS. And it's fairly high intensity it's only forty seven minutes so forty. Seven minutes is the duration of professional thought. So twelve rounds of three minutes model on that so it's a hard forty seven minutes. I think these days Robin now. I'm really going the show high-intensity work my days of doing house of exercise going. I know we shocked us. I was when I got the statistics for teenagers and around Australia. And how little money nine anything substantial? It's a major concern. This is what is driving the massive rising chronic disease and it's a challenge for the country to challenge for the health system. Because we're saying now. Teenagers who are overweight obese more than two thirds of the population and the incidence of type two diabetes increasing terrible disease. But it's a disease we don't have to have to lifestyle disease and so we really need to turn that around. In terms of that education systems their schools physical education opportunities for sport. I think in particular it is more flicking marginalized communities immigrant communities. We have to turn this around. We cannot afford where we're going. We will never be able to pay for the increasing right of chronic disease. Well congratulations again on. Keep up the good work all. Thanks Robin as always a fantastic pleasure. Swig with you. Professor of exercise. Midseason at Edith Cowan University wrote Newton West Australian scientist twenty twenty.

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Pod rec with Elsie Escobar & Changing Scripts eps is now among us

Virtual Expats

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Pod rec with Elsie Escobar & Changing Scripts eps is now among us

"Okay folks so some of you might have noticed set some of the actually all of the changing scripts episodes from that podcast site have been moved over to the virtual experts site today so I just WanNa keep you updated on the events as they happen as rebranding over the next month well rebranding consolidating hopefully making things easier quicker and more just better for you better for me all that kind of good stuff so the next step over the next few weeks is when I move the bookish experts podcast episodes over to virtual ex-pats again. I'm going to label each of these in the title. Also you know which of the three the podcast will be so if you're not interested in particular theme Particular Episode Feel Free To skip it and wait for the one that you want this way these three solo projects that I have will we'll be on one site and you'll be getting something weekly that you can choose from if you want to. Also I want to give you a quick recommendation today on something that I just listened to while I was consolidating A. L. C. Escobar who is a serious serious podcasting goddess and part of she podcast with just Cook ferment who I absolutely adores well. They're part of again. She podcast which has is a podcast they have online community. They have a conference coming up in October. Dare utterly and truly just amazing humble very effective podcasters and serious. aureus mentors of mine at least virtually I haven't met them in person yet but what happened is not what happened but the episode I'd like to recommend to you. Today is from forty. Thrive is the name of the episode and <hes> how to act like a grown woman is the title so touche to host for that and I just actually started listening to that podcast with this episode so let me get the nave of the host up and ready eighty for you as well because she deserves some serious credit for for having this and I'm sure other amazing episodes Jackie McDougal Jackie McDougal is in charge of forty thrive and this episode food with Kabar on forty thrive tides directly into what we're digging into in the virtual ex-pats podcast which is one of the three that will be on this this site and what Elsie and Jackie talk about in this episode. I mean seriously just over lots completely with the virtual podcast the only differences they're not talking about it from an expert perspective but they are talking about our virtual nece. They're talking about how people treat each other in the virtual space and sometimes they mistreat each other and what I love is that l._l._C. Both L. C. and Jackie talk about this they talk about when to step back and that's something that Stevie mench not stevie sorry that is something that actually stevie did mentioned on the previous episode when I interviewed him but also Greg from the Bangkok podcast really honed in on it when he said the best piece of advice face he got his. You don't have to comment on everything and Elsie definitely says that she asks herself. Do I need to comment on this instead of just replying or knee-jerk reaction to everything. She also lists some resources on people who. have very mindful things about what to think about before you post before you react online before you talked to someone who reacted terribly or comments to you in a way that is negative online things to do to get yourself mentally until the prepared to defuse the situation and to protect yourself in the process so there's a lot of resources on this forty thrive episode and and yeah so it directly. It's not an ex pat thing but it is very much so an online mental took it basically and if you don't know else Elsie Escobar she is one of the most humble down to earth and effective and amazing human beings I've ever listened to or seen because I've seen some of her videos on the she podcast cast site and she podcast by the way has to facebook groups. They're basically one of the reasons I went back to facebook. After a decade of hiatus the regular group which is like thirteen thousand people a big which they talk about in this episode so and then there's this smaller group that you need to pay the Patriot on that I do for five dollars a month and it's smaller group and they do weekly live streams. They're very hands on with us. When we have questions they monitor the site? Really we really well to make sure it's not just people promoting their podcasts at the <unk> to support nurture help and give each other you know cheer each other on as redoing this difficult thing of being content creators as women in in a very very big space in a very what could be cold space but what they make very very warm podcasting space so this episode that Jackie did with L.. C. is a mazing. I could not recommend it to anymore. The tips they give and the perspective that they on how to be a good digital citizen are just priceless. I'm actually going to dig into Jackie's show notes and and and look up a lot of the stuff that they were talking about and it looks like forty thrive also. Also has a private facebook group. That seems to be the way that facebook is going is they're getting the groups are getting more private and people are getting more delicate about how they talk to each other more. They talk to each other and I think that might be something that we need to do online anyway. I love this episode. I love them talking for so so long about something very for forty seven minutes about something very near dare to my heart and that is using the Internet and memory the people are on the other side and just being decent to each each other just being decent to each other and if I may just not being dicks to each other that's not their words that's mine and that some folks in in a different curated podcasting group land that I'm in we constantly saying saying look just be decent to each other. Stop Being a Dick and Elsie Jackie. I'm sorry I hope that doesn't offend you but I think it's actually just an amazing thing that you guys did in creating this episode and in being the people that you are and and in being the logical grounded people that you are when you talk about these kinds of things so I so completely love this episode and I will definitely put the link down in the show notes because I know how to do that now after my experiment yesterday so thank thank you for your patients dear listeners. I Adore you completely and utterly and if you ever want to reach out to me S. T. P. H. F. U. C. C._I._O.. Steph Uchi as my handle everywhere. It's also my g mail address so please do feel free to let me know what you think of what's happening with the consolidation on this site as well as any of the recommendations that I shout out to you I'm still blocked out of Instagram Yay so I can only post pictures and videos and I can't even comment unlike anything so if you see lack of text in my instagram photos that is why I'm not commenting. I cannot hopefully that ban is lifted soon. I'm guessing I followed too many people at once and they thought I was about but I'm not really sure because there isn't really communication from instagram.

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20201124 Nicole Sandler Show - Transition Tuesday with GottaLaff

The Nicole Sandler Show

59:59 min | 5 months ago

20201124 Nicole Sandler Show - Transition Tuesday with GottaLaff

"The following program contains graphic material including offensive language. Your this question is advised. She's got the news. She talks with newsmakers. She encourages us to laugh and she cries with us. Speaking truth to power and questioning authority daily. It's the nicole sandler show it is and it's a transition plan. It all happened shortly after. I left the air last night. So we're on live from five to six pm eastern. And so i finish the show. Six o'clock in. Oh and right along. I had noticed something on twitter that said trump is digging in his heels and and and anthony. Emily whatever her name is murphy over at the. Gsa refused to the congress's invitation as it were to show up today to testify and they said the whole the whole day open for her. Just come in and talk to us answer questions and the last thing i saw right after i got off the air was she said no she would not show up today and no one would be available until i think monday of next week and then all of a sudden i hear david going. Hey did you hear they gave in. It's like they did whites so total one eighty and she wrote this letter to joe biden. Oh my god. I should read it to you. Know what there's a couple of things. I am so out of sorts today. I have to thanks to to and now i don't know what i did with either one of them but let me share this. If i can find it this. The letter that she wrote was so ridiculous letter to biden. She she said well here. I got it right here all right. So here's the letter until i'm going to read. It's not that long. She writes dear. Mr biden as the administrator of the us general services administration. I have the ability under the presidential transit transit transition act of nineteen sixty three as amended to make certain post-election resources and services available to assist in the event of a presidential transition c. three c section to note the act. I take this role seriously and because of recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election. Results 'em transmitting this letter today. To make those resources and services available to you. Then she continued. I have dedicated much of my adult life to public service. And i've always drive to do what is right. please know that. I came to my decision independently. Sorry again can't help it independently. Yes based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any executive branch official. Sorry it works better with the laugh track including those who work at the white house or say with regard to the substance or timing of my decision to be clear. I did not release. I did not receive any direction to delay my determination. I did however received threats online. Oh come on by phone and by mail directed at my safety my family my staff and even my pets in an effort to coerce me into making this determination prematurely even in the face of thousands of threats i always remained committed to the sorry. I'm doing my kimberly. Guildfoil imitation there. Contrary to media reports insinuation my decision was not made out of fear or favoritism. instead. I strongly believe what enough of this because that is just great aged. Yeah she didn't have any influence from anybody at the executive branch. come on. Yeah because you are just a high level decision maker. Miss emily whatever. Your name is so happened so so the transition is on and then today there was such weirdness not that you expect anything different but oh my god so the stock market on the news of the transition and the early names that joe biden is put out there for staff and cabinet posts. He has already released the names of his national security team. The stock market go figure is reacting positively so who takes credit for it donald trump of course so he comes into the james brady briefing room and delivers a statement again. Red is if he's a third grader. Reading the book report somebody else wrote for him for the first time and the it is such an i didn't i didn't i didn't even recorded so i'm not going to bombard you. Assault your ears with his voice but something to the effect of this is unheralded. This is a new and it's our administration and we broke the thirty thousand mark for the first time and we did it. No you didn't do that. The stock market rose on good news and the good news is that the adults are coming back. That responsible people will be in charge. That joe biden is trying to work with all sides. The democratic party and go figure even people in the republican seats across the aisle. Yeah he's an adult and go figure he's bringing in people who know what they're doing like career professionals who understand from the state department to the united nations and and climate and everything in between what a concept and so the stock market. The business that the corporate community is reacting. Well because well because there are adults in the room. So here's let me see if i can't what happened. Why can't i bring this over here. That is weird okay. My computer's doing weird things. Okay so let me share this with you He announced obviously ron claim as white house. Chief of staff. He did that last week. And last night we learned that former fed chair. Janet yellen will be his treasury secretary the first woman to run the treasury department. As treasury secretary janet yellen economist. She would also be the first person ever to serve as the leader of the treasury. The fed because that's what she was doing. In the end of the obama administration the beginning of the trump administration to she was the fed chair and the white house council of economic advisers. And so do what. Joe biden then announced was his key members of his national security staff. Here all a lot of professional give you that info alejandro. Marcus who become the first latino tour in the department of homeland security the agency tasked with the nation's immigration policy of real haynes a former deputy cia director who would become the first woman to lead the nation's intelligence community director of national intelligence in john kerry the longtime senator and former secretary of state to serve as an international climate czar. A new post underscoring biden's commitment to fighting climate change. The president-elect is wasting no time filling his team expediting his announcements in part. Cnn has learned because president trump is still seeking to sabotage. The outcome biden. Making clear again. Today he is surrounding himself with experienced hands. Many of whom he's worked with for years in the senate and white house and now on a personal note it gives me particular pleasure to introduce a man who has been my mentor my partner my friend and the greatest public servino the vice president of the united states joe biden. That's tony blinken a long time. Now to be nominated as secretary of state jake sullivan. Another longtime aide to be named as national security adviser end linda. Thomas greenfield a veteran. Foreign service officer. Who served in posts around the world to be. Us ambassador to the united nations through the announcements biden seeking descend the world a message that he intends to prioritize rebuilding america's freight alliances. Alright and it went on from there and next week. We'll hear more but so far so good. I had a discussion a little while ago. Actually taped something for tomorrow. Show with adam green. Who's the co founder of the progressive change campaign committee. And you know he is one of us. He's progressive the p. Triple c. both progressives dot org. They were firmly in the elizabeth warren camp. But actually he's feeling pretty good about these picks abou- janet yellen saying you know what biden said. He was going to choose someone for treasury. Secretary who democrats on all sides of the democratic party will be okay with and that's the reaction that i've heard to janet. Yellen You know in terms of the new secretary of state again a name that i wasn't familiar with but we are now trying to find. I can't find it now. But pramilla giant paul who i totally respect and she comes with real progressive bone feet as is the co chair of the congressional progressive caucus and hopefully in the next congress. She will be the chair of the progressive caucus. She sang his praises. She said this is a great choice. And i'll defer to her because she certainly knows more than i do. Okay so. It is the tuesday before thanksgiving. We're calling a transition tuesday because we're transitioning now and i got a very nice offer from a listener. Who wants to remain anonymous. But let me run this by you as you may know it during this pandemic i've taken up a bunch of different hobbies so to speak. I started a told you about the cooking. I need to update the the recipe section. That i posted on the website. Because i really haven't lately. And oh my god. Do i make a great hamas install. Put the hamas recipe up there. Because it's good and it's easy and you know you can. I was gonna say. Bring it to your thanksgiving dinner. But you're not going anywhere for thanksgiving right but you can have it at home anyway. So there's that. But i've also been painting and so when i paint something that i share the pictures on facebook and twitter and the response has been great and i'm very flattered. I don't have any illusions. That some great artist. Certainly i can't draw a person. I can't draw an animal. What i've found that i'm good at is painting sunsets over the water and flowers and things like that so while i'm telling you this i'll show you if you're watching on one of the video streams some of my some of my artwork so like the one that's up on the screen now. I called the i did this like stairway to heaven. I called it first and somebody wanted it. A listener wanted it. And so what i did is i made these available not. I'm not selling them. Because i don't want to be in the business of selling goods or pictures or anything else in collecting sales tax and that stuff but so i'm making them available if anybody wants one of these pieces of art for twenty five dollar or higher donation to the show you could do it at nicole. Sandler dot com at all of the. The photo of the paintings are featured on a web page on the website. You can get there directly at nicole. Sandler dot com slash pandemic painting. Or you could just go to the nicole sandler dot com and you'll see it on the navigation bar but anyway these are some of my lovely paintings. Well one of our one of our regulars listener. Who's been with us for a long time. Said you know. I'd love to help you get these out so so if listeners want a painting and maybe they can't afford the twenty five dollars right now she basically she bought. She sent me a donation to cover four of them so to a listener for listeners. Who may want one you know. Don't have the money to spare right now. So i go to the pandemic painting page at nicole sandler dot com. Have a look around. They're not all still available because some have been taken already. And if you see one you want from the ones you ask me. I'll choose at random and send him out. Courtesy of our our friend She asked to remain anonymous going to say her name. So here's just some of them just to give you an idea of what they look like. And you're listening. Obviously you have to go to nicole. Sandler dot com. Click on the pandemic painting thing. So you know what i'm talking about and if you want one great actually. I'm excited that. Now i you know. It's so funny because true tech in the youtube chat room said. It looks like you were kidnapped by bob. Ross got to be on. I never heard of bob. Ross until my kid told me about him. And i've not done any of his tutorials yet but i plan to do on this weekend because she said one of his look like one of my or one of mine. Look like one of us anyway. It keeps me busy. It gives me something to think about other than politics and all that stuff and yeah and it gives a now. I have gifts that. I can give people for the holidays so anyway. Hi who's this on the phone calling from nine hundred seven. Who's this nicole. Hello this is michael michael from the bronx all my goodness michael from the bronx. How you doing. The pride surprise. Surprised happy early. Holiday happy thanksgiving. It's been a long time since i heard from you. How you doing. i'm hanging. I'm hanging dance. Still is and is open to trumpet. Companies continual bullshit. So i can say but let let me let me just say this regarding the election flaws. That's coming from them. Not some us from them. We've seen how the courts have been tossing it out you know. I'm heard that there should be criminal. Lawsuits against trump. And these you know some of these lawyers especially Giuliani wasting ports time taxpayers. Money wasting that as well and you've got no case it's amazing how they're going to pander to the court of public opinion saying this for this for death but then they go inside the court and they're not even arguing that because they know damn well. They can't argue that shit in front of a judge because it'd be committing perjury. And then and then you see. How rudy giuliani sweating down. I was a bogus. Yeah it's like a scarecrow in the wizard of oz with the oil can. It's the oil leaking out from. Yeah yeah the gears in his had no. I don't know if you heard a new jersey. Lawmaker is calling for rudy. Could be disbarred and it's gonna be interesting as to what kind of a law license he has. Now even the most amateur lawyers don't do the crash. Does and lindsey graham. He ought to be removed from his senate seat for the ship he pulled. I agree Georgia yeah any. And he's doing all kinds of crazy stuff and it makes me wonder if he's going to do that with georgia. If cost to question how to how the gentlemen the outcome in south carolina was. I'm wanted jamie. Harrison is one and then some kind of shenanigans going more superior to lindsey. Graham i don't. I think this has been a fairly safe election. Actually you know what tomorrow. I'm going to be speaking. With maury berman ari berman. You know who who wrote the book on on election election law on voter suppression on everything else. A give us the ballot. I think of the name of his book. He writes for mother. Jones eased as. I'll ask him about that. Everything that i've heard is that this was the most secure election we've had in like forever probably but i'll i'll ask ory about that. He'll be on the show tomorrow away. I wish you a very happy thanksgiving and if you want anybody wants a little bit of the game going on now. I'm a very musical person. As i think i told you before. And i have the game. Going on with some of my friends here in the bronx and we came up with name a song that may be applicable and fitting to donald trump. He showed the name the song and the artist. We came up with all easy loser loser. Charles great loser by back the loser by the beatles yet down. it's over now to banjo. Gotcha apricot once. I had Come like oh you're so vain that works to all right. Michael acting right. Yeah gotcha to hear from you. Stay in touch. I'm going to run 'cause we got. We got stuff to do. Thank you stay safe in the bronx by by michael w from the bra. He goes back to the air america days. He's been he's been around for a long time but on this show. I don't take a whole lot of call. So i hadn't heard from him in a while. All right we got gotta laugh coming up. I haven't played a funny in a couple of days. And you know what our pal lauren. Mayer has one. So let's let's hear from her and we'll come back with god laugh in just a couple of minutes. It is nicole sandler show. It's transition tuesday. Everbod it we'll be right back. Take it lauren. See stuff gets figured out see now. It's looking good. We still need press releases disease We still have to and we still have to keep those sits. Speed of space are still rise. Why am washing your robbery. Do we have to again. There are scared bob. Suppose with a shift carefully and seventy volt. These are the sounds of crushed souls. The sounds of despair from former radio personalities. Languishing the purgatory of corporate consolidation. 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Yeah actually we have a countdown clock. Now nicole sandler dot com on the main page and on the listen live page. Right below the chat fifty six days eighteen hours forty seven to forty seven minutes. Twenty two seconds twenty one seconds one on on the on the live chat page weird. Like two minutes off really. Because that's that's what. I'm looking at fifty six days. Eighteen hours forty seven minutes. Ten second weird. I mean you have a different numbers on different when my my computer's slow. Oh now oh now. It says thirty nine minutes. I just refreshed so it's through a fresh. That's why fifty six days eighteen hours thirty nine minutes twelve seconds because that's actually counting down to twelve o three on the afternoon of january twentieth. Which is what time. Joe biden will be sworn in as president. Thank god thank anyway anyway. Press wanna i think rudy giuliani's disgusting hair dye. Drip was really hard to watch. Because he's usually such an attractive. Oh chris too if you think. Trump is losing election lawsuits faster than his supporters. Are losing teeth. press three if you think. We've gone from paul mccartney singing tim. Michelle obama in the white house to michael cohen singing like a canary on capitol hill. Oh yeah different big different. I got to play something for you. Okay and and for those of you watching this is something to see so you know how for the last two and a half weeks rudy. Giuliani has been playing along with donald trump's fantasy world that the election was a fraud was stolen playing these games. Well i've found this video from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when rudy. Giuliani lost his bid. To be mayor of new york city. He was beaten and here is a a news Some news footage from the night. He was beaten and listen to how he accepted defeat. Then it's it's a shocker. A shocker i tell you rudolph giuliani was also talking about an pleading for unity is he gave his concession. Speech is very important for the future of our city that we all come together shoulder all right all right so now do it. I want you to show that spirit. Now do it. Who was that guy you down there. You're a lot more air than star or got was deborah ville. Oh my god. I can't stand then. Watch the seinfeld episode. That rudy's on i don't remember it. What what did he do. They had him on for a second. I can't remember what he said. But you know he played along with the episode a little bit and it was about his cholesterol levels. They mixed up. There was a yogurt shop and they claim to be low fat or something and everybody was getting fat. So jerry and the gang were suspicious and they took it to. I remember that part. I remember. I don't remember guiliani but i remembered that storyline anyway. That's beside the point of the chirping shoe polish. Down his yes. I think it was shoe polish. I think he didn't because we're hair dye doesn't do that doesn't right so i think. He put like shoe polish and his hair to darken it a little bit mascara or mascara. Something that i mean really. who does. that's so stupid. Anybody knows that don't do that. Anybody he dies air so you should know. I mean the stupidity. The court cases the tweets tweet of fifty six days. Eighteen hours thirty five hundred forty one. I can't wait. I can't wait. I can't so we had talked earlier and and right now. I'm in the frame of mind of just enjoying biden's win enjoying the normal people. He's putting up for nomination in his cabinet. And i know there's a lot of criticism of a couple of them. I i tend to agree with it. But i'm not doing that right now right now. I'm in my happy place. And i'm going to stay in. My house is because trump's going to wreck at any minute now doing something horrible today. The things that he did today first of all his little sixty two second not press conference sane. Oh my god he goes up there. He reads the thing written for him taking credit for the stock market which had nothing to do with it. Yeah that he lost that the stock market's going up and then apparently he did the turkey pardoning thing and did the same thing he did. I miss that. I didn't watch it either. I read about it after the fact. Yeah oh i had another one of my head and it just flew out. Oh well that's kind of that's my brain these. I know what it it was the fly. He's replacing the planes. The flyovers the oh yes yes well the the. What's it called the friendly guys treaty. Or something that we're in. He pulled out of that treaty that allows us open skies something like that. I know i actually saw the segment with rachel matter last night when they're destroying these airplanes. So that joe biden can't put this program that's been in effect for decades to help protect our allies. It's like reconnaissance planes. They do surveillance. And especially like you said specially equipped. You can't just run out and replace them and you have to write build from scratch and and and he could have just ended the program and done it out of spite but no he's destroying or z. Called liquidating the planes. Yeah it's like. They did with those sorting machines at the post office. Wants the post office to be less efficient. So not only did they decommission them. They disassembled them. They took them apart. And that's what they're doing with these aeroplanes to right right right. We need some new laws in place that the minute election happens that some of the you know. The privileges of the presidency are suspended. Because this guy wants to leave scorched earth behind him this is this is scorched earth. Practice or theory in practice. We're watching him citing every tweet. How funny really sounds. Like i can see myself typing those words. Because i did. And i've been saying we need to code codify the norms we need to put those norms into law and the trouble is unless we win the senate. They ain't gonna happen. i know. That's why georgia is so important. So important there was something came into my my speaking of tweets my twitter stream this morning that. Let's see that. I re tweet it. Because i thought it was a good idea. Lackland marquette from daily beast wrote a roger stone linked super pac that's been largely dormant since trump was elected has kicked back into gear with an effort to get republicans to write in trump in. Both georgia senate runoffs. Someone named max. Kennedy re tweeted that instead said never thought i'd say this but i agree with roger stone if you're a trump supporter and georgia a real trump supporter and not just some rhino loser. You should write in trump's name in the upcoming senate runoff priest to what a great idea. That's how you show your support for donald. Yeah i think you should. I think every if they can right i think they should right without a doubt donald to rome a to someone wrote back to me. I hope the. Sec won't send out a mailer with that idea. The last thing anybody needs is trump being right in for both senate seats he would not. He can't win as a write in candidate. He doesn't live right. He can't win is even if he could garner. He couldn't garner enough votes even if because legally stay exactly so and he's not a candidate he can't win no matter what so yes and i know david dinkins died today. A lot of people a couple of people have alerted me to that he did. He was ninety three years old. Yeah okay former mayor of new york. Yeah okay the died. People die where. Sorry about that yeah. Let's have a moment of silence. Okay would you like do some tweets. Okay oh we can do that. Fold just tweets all right. So what are the twitter's all a twitter about today gotta laugh. I wish i. I'm going to apologize for making deaf any but i know bad that he died and i do and i know the first thing this morning. Yeah in that mood. Ninety three years old he didn't die in under nefarious circumstances or even from the covert. I think he'd just don and his wife. His life only died a few weeks ago and she was eighty nine. So they're together. Yeah good that's fine. That's that's that's the circle of life the circle of but i mean you know i it was. It happened overnight. As i recall. Because when i tweeted it this morning i looked in the news. Reports had come out the news. Alerts that come out earlier by hours and hours so it's not news. It's relatively new news. I and i'm not. I'm in the frame of mind. Just screw everything relieved right now. I don't care. I want to say anything i feel like saying do anything like doing. And and until trump does another horrific act and then. I'm going to be crying but okay. Here's something okay. Speaking of the weird brief briefing room stint that trump did to congratulate himself on the dow which had nothing to do with justin sink of the bloomberg said over. Heard in the briefing room. That was weird as shit. And then ricky davel donald says were they asleep for four. of course it was weird. That's what he does hurt. It's amazing it is amazing because it was only sixty two seconds. I thought i should pull the audio for this and play it and then i thought now that's sixty two seconds too much of trump's boys yeah yeah to. He didn't say anything of any worth at all. He bragged about the market and he. He talked a little bit about the vaccine. Right and what did he expect everyone to go. Yes you mr god. Donald trump you made the stock market explode and by the way nice for people who have money in the stock market which is about. I don't know what the number is. But it's a fraction coming of coming up. Mines thing that will and the other thing was this is not in my tweets. He referred to the thirty thousand number as sacred. Yes he. That's the word used. I couldn't think of it. Because why would i ever think. A number of the stock market level is sacred. Let us bow to the altar of greed ism. Yes because greet ism is how we live. Greet is good anything. The echo mr gecko. I wish i had an echo chamber option and my mic agreed is good. Yeah probably do somewhere not offer. Yeah speaking of the thirty thousand number. Ivanka trump she tweeted this. And then tim. O'brien had a comment about it. She tweeted dow jones. Industrial average hits thirty thousand for the first time ever. Congratulations america and tim. O'brien said not clear if vonk understands that this rally is because her father is leaving office and better. Public health and economic leadership is settling in. Ooh not sure she knows that. No there's all kinds of stories out there about what's awaiting jarve anka when they returned to new york. Oh god sure. Bangka go way ivanka. Okay backed greenhouse gases dreamt generated by the us will slide nine point two percent this year tumbling to the lowest level in at least three decades and then betty bowers said people always ask who is the stupidest trump eric says something and it's him but then john junior says something and it's him then. Donald senior says something in his definitely him but then uganda always grabs the prize at the last minute again do that again. I keep talking overnight. Here's a little ding is. That was a scary. Did it okay. Cool okay and then there was the that's the thing there's the ding right. And here's the okay. When i spoke it covered it in on the end. All right jim shoot though icing his name because it sounds like for shoot shoot though yes or shootout with marinara anyway. he's with cnn. He said there are no okay so he's talking about biden's presser that he held today where he introduced his. It was great. Said it was wonderful and he said there are no immediate family members or inlaws of the president-elect onstage rights asks and they were they were distancing yeah so weird what a concept oh my god and they spoke truths. Bay said things that were true. And i'd like to comment on that. Actually because we're talking about this every single one of these comments i do. I'm going to say it in the next after the next one i'll go into my My my thing that. I want to say okay. So alexandra jaffe or joffe. She's ap yeah and she's she tweeted this biden's his cabinet. Nominees are speaking now and each one has expressed gratitude and acknowledgment of the public servants. That work at their respective departments reflecting an awareness of the low morale. They'll have to address among the federal workforce and that brought to mind as i listened to each one of them. That were an abused. Nation is suffering and will continue to suffer. Ptsd and that became apparent in every single speech. Every single one addressed a type of pain that the people were going through or felt or continuing to feel and how they're hoping to soothe pain by being normal and we haven't had normal in a long long time an as normal happens we're going to have to keep re accustoming accustomed in to it. Because we've become so accustomed to the abuse and cowering that people have experienced or abuse and outrage or abuse rained rohan one of one of the things one of the points that joe biden made and others made throughout the day throughout this announcement. The introduction of these people on his security team is that what they said was joe biden. President elect joe biden. Told us that he wants to hear what he knew. Must hear what he needs to hear not what he will might want to hear but what he needs to hear they never mentioned trump and the fact that you know what what he heard was only what he wanted to hear. They would make special picture briefing books for him because he wouldn't read the actual thing and they would only put good mcafee to right and and all i could think of is. Oh my god. So that means when he has a cabinet meeting and they're all sitting around that table in the cameras are allowed in. They're not gonna go around the table and each offer up their praise for dear leader. Well that's the other thing i said exactly you and i are just like the same person as was watching. I said oh my god this is not a roundtable praised. It's not where they also have to kiss his ass and say you're the best president that ever lived in everything you're doing is awesome. Been no one's ever done it before. No-one's right you you're the bureau. Bless her hair honestly. Think if somebody did that. In joe biden's room. He would start laughing because he'd know that they were trying to you. Know to do what trump did. But yeah yeah yeah no. That's exactly right. This is what again what we've become accustomed to is something that is so abnormal and so painful and so excruciating and so outrageous maddening that our gut level reaction. When you see something normal happen is what was that. Yeah that's new right. That's a new thing. It's not new. What trump did was knew what trump did wasn't normal. Never have to have accepted as normal. It isn't normal. It's abnormal sicko. Terrible awful outrageous ic come on man meant come on man so yes. We're seeing things that we should have been seeing for the last four years and we're no longer used to it. And that is how authoritarianism takes hold. Well that's it. And you know. I told you i put up. The countdown clocks on the main page at nicole sandler dot com and on the listen live page right below the chat room and there. It's called countdown to normalcy. I never thought. I'd never aspired to be normal. Before in my life. I always enjoyed being on the outskirts of normalcy. Because who wants to be normal. But now i'll take normal please. I'll take boring normal. Absolutely it's it's really. It really struck me when we were watching each and every one of those new people get up and speak and saying. Oh my god thank god. They're speaking like we want to do things that are positive. Oh my god. There's somebody who does that. Who knew they did that. That's a part of the descr really. No that's the norm and we need to make. It always be the norm okay. So here's more this is from any linski and then from josh gerstein comment and This is not the north. This is the norm which is too bad but Any linski is from washington post and she said jake sullivan pledges a quote humane unquote decision making process at the nfc that will honor the work of top officials and then she in parentheses says Kind of shocking. That that needs to be said. And then josh gerstein said i trust the kill list process at nfc will also be infused with humanity warmth and just plain old heart. Dark humor isn't it. is i mean. Yeah yeah we know things happen right. There are drones and things will force and look. I'm not saying that under obama. Things were great. No they were just normal they they they respected the norms that make the country sort of run like the trains run on time. They respected how things are done. None of which apparently is codified into law. I think there needs to be a commission setup who can identify exactly what needs to be laid out what regulations what laws need to be put in place so that a donald trump wanna be down the road coming in. Can't do the shit that he did. Absolutely that is exactly what i meant. When i said codify the The norms make them law exactly everything that he threw in the trash ticket. Out of the trash and wrap it up pretty and legalize it make it a law. If you break that law there should be serious consequences. For example like the emoluments clause hello example. Like when somebody doesn't show up that a pain if you if you ignore a congressional subpoena then put consequences on there and say what can happen. What should happen. How do you enforce it because roles in the constitution stuff are all well and good but if there's no enforcement procedure then exactly so that all needs to be fixed. Okay now going on to. What's her face sydney powell. This per name makes us when we get a new character and you know that this will turn. This will be a new saturday night. Live character when they come back on the air. They've got my god they're gonna do rudy's drip drip down front of his face. He's going to have them going under his arm. she's gonna happen coming out of his. They're going to just totally scott stegmann who i really like a. He's an investigative journalist and he said she lasted less than a scaramucci. Release the kraken indeed. Oh my god i she. That whole thing was such an embarrassment. Okay i have to plead ignorance here. Because i'm hearing all these buchan cracking jokes and i don't get it. What is the practice. I don't understand monster. Yeah several arms. I must've so it must have been absent that day or something. She said it was her or or jenna. Lsi think said another one when when the team was put together. You know the power elite fighting force like you said. Release the kraken. Oh she's said it the crack. This multi tentacled logical creature is going to come out and go everywhere and win and conquer and attack. But that was it. I love the describe themselves as elite force this elite legal for whatever terminology they use. They use the word elite and force and these are the people that held their press conference at the four seasons landscaping and and had the rudy stuff and they were when the when the mascara or shoe. Polish was dripping down his face. I keep thinking of the jethro tull song lyrics not running down his nose. But it's stopped running down anyway. The that's the the work of a elite fighting force legal force the whole thing just so absurd and then donald trump today's quoted as saying i think this legal team is making me look bad but he but he's standing by to honey andrew kaczynski game He had a little comment. He said for clarification. The trump campaign lawyer who said governor. Brian camp was bribed by a venezuelan. The front company cahoots with the cia to throw elections to communist was released. The lawyer who said frank loans had a micro penis still on the team. Yeah that that's hysteric. Jennifer ellison is the one who said who did she say has micro pianist. Frank luntz frank luntz. And how does geno this. I don't wanna. I don't wanna even imagine can't be a picture in my head. I can't do that. let's turn out. So now we have mushroomed. Pena's and micro pinas. Yeah we have the to the too many little much much mushroom there. Oh god jenny ellis. Did you talk about how she was on. Bill maher was unbe stepford. Wife who just spoke in this robotics takato. I'm giving you the talking points and you can say whatever you want. I don't hear you. I don't see you. I just keep talking in saying all this bullshit. Because it's what written for me and i don't care i'm just going to keep going and going and go. Oh my god it's exhausting. And she and he led her steamroll him. Yeah oh who's back. who's i think. She's offering her services to the elite power forest or whatever it is orly. Tell god you know somebody brought up her name. The other day and i thought god i haven't heard that name in years and she's really back i thought they were comparing. They were saying that What's her name. Sydney is the new orally. That's the reference that not only she's back i mean. Yeah if that's where they're going well that that's the bottom of the barrel that's bad okay. So this a little more serious okay. This is from brandy buckman. She's quoting carl bernstein. So i'll read him. I o carl bernstein said. Yeah the twenty-one gop senators who have privately expressed their disdain for trump are portman alexander sas blunt collins murkowski. Cornyn soon romney braun young. Tim scott rick scott rubio grassley burr. To me mc sally moran roberts and shelby and brandy buckman said these senators had a chance to take trump to task if you recall but opted instead to call no witnesses during his impeachment and then acquit him in short order. They get no kudos. They get acknowledgment. Sure if they say something against trump okay thank you but they get no kudos there. Nothing special right. Susan collins always coming out and threatening to do the right thing and then not doing it. No exactly sorry you don't get credit also for just doing the right thing i mean. That's you're you're doing your job. Do your fucking job exactly. Yeah exactly yeah put that on the wall your brains fucking job. i'll paint tick. You're gonna go see if somebody will buy sell it. In the senate known lindsey graham said giang comments graham lindsay. little speaking of pena's complete. I completely agree with the purdue and leffler call for signature verification to be part of new georgia recount requested by trump. Okay and empty wheel. Marcy wheeler responded and she reminds us. Can we be a little more explicit about what lindsay purdue and leffler and trump are trying to do here. They are trying to abolish the secret ballot. But just for a group that is predominantly democratic. Well of course. And it goes to michigan their recounts. They wanted to throw out the the ballots from the black areas areas. Right planned on my friends. Grandma always whispered it's like why. Are you whispering that. Why are you saying that like because there. Yeah yeah yeah okay. Yeah by the way somebody in the chat room just mentioned something that i neglected to bring up. But it's an important point that today. We also learned the way. It was presented that i read. Was that dianne. Feinstein has said she's stepping down from her perch as the ranking member on the senate judiciary committee which is good because she remembers. She's the one who started drooling over. Lindsey graham saying she's never been to such a great hearing before but the way this somebody in the chat room who just wrote this and i lost it now said is did you hear that chucky schmucky fired her. I don't think he fired her. I don't think so either. I think she was. She was getting attacked by progressives she she was like saying. I don't need this and i'm gonna leave. I don't need to do this. Because i'm somebody else can do it. And they can be. They can do it better now. Here's the thing next in line. Is dick durbin whose but also then after him is sheldon. Whitehouse house lighthouse for those. Hopefully the senate judiciary committee chair. If we win the to georgia seats. It'll be the chair sheldon whitehouse. Please please please dick durbin. Step aside upside yeah. White house is first of all. How good was he at the hearings when he was going on in. His grade really did his homework and showed us how much he cared. He knows his stuff he can recite things backwards and forwards. He's he's clear he's he's aggressive and assertive every bar if you want to have and yes. I'm for white house to proceed to bring in. They get so reporter. Katie porter isn't in the senate that's right. No and the pressure is on for gavin newsom to To to appoint an african american woman to fill comma harrison seat which makes sense. Because she's the only the only the second black woman in the us senate ever and she so bill her. Although i hate identity politics should be the best person for job. I totally get it. But i i understand completely i. It would be a good idea. I'd go for karen. Yeah i would love. Karen bass i think should be good anyway. Jim acosta said and then yeah. No just jim acosta said. I have no comment Biden transition former secretary of state. John kerry will fight. Climate change fulltime a special presidential on for climate. And we'll sit on the national security council. Put that in. This marks the first time that the nfc will include an official dedicated to climate change. The reason i chose that tweet is because i want to emphasize that he will be in the situation room. He will be applying climate change to all kinds of areas where people have forgotten to apply it. And this is our number one problem in every time i'm off i'm given a survey like you know when we take our white are those yougov surveys surveys. They always say what's your priority and they give you a list. I always say climate. Change i because it affects everything it does. It does so. Yeah all right. So that i have two more. That's why i'm rushing through Craig crawford so. I haven't heard from him in a while. Oh he i. I see him on twitter. All good tweets okay. He's he's good and he once in a while we'll actually engage which is nice too because so many people don't right he calls himself elapsed journalist done okay He's commenting on franken. Who commented on my york my orcas. Dhs department new from concetti arrived in this country as a refugee. Take that stephen miller. And then craig crawford said take this florida cubans who bought. Trump's garbage biden picks alejandro my orcas to lead the homeland security department and obama administration alumnus. Who immigrated to the us from cuba as a baby developed and shepherded daca so there. Yeah that's major. That's his resume. Yep no it's true and again it's a name that i wasn't familiar with but you look at the resume and good. It's not somebody who's out there. Tooting his own horn exist. Somebody doing the work. Good point would make that point again. That's a good point. He's not a tv person right you know. Hey these are not people who who the president-elect's on television so thinks they're an expert. Because oh my god. There are debating the elevator trips. Remember that you go to the trump tower party of trump towers and you'd have to go to the elevator and be escorted in show finalists. And all that will now. It's how we do know that's why we have. We have a stage. And and you know joe biden there we are. There's still looks like he's at a tv table but that's how he does these things for those of you who aren't watching video. I have as low a show card each day like a cover picture and we have. Joe biden seated behind his desk. It's office of the president. Elect on top and he's looking at the two laughing me on on the screen. But that's how he does his you know his things that's how he'd exactly does it. So we're just professional and he's very organized and he's everything i'm hearing about. All of this is how professional organized unprepared and how they know these department. I tell you the other thing that i heard. That's really important as all these people that he's named these positions he knows them all personally worked with them in their professional capacity. So you remember. Donald trump picks what's his name from exxon is his first secretary of state. Didn't know the guy. Just throw us. You know the ceo of exxon. He's gotta know what he's doing. No casting right. And that's how he picked people because they you know the the kudlow and all those morons who are on television scott atlas. Because they're on tv he thinks they're credible it shows you. How twisted tweeted. Here's one from l. l. gop. My last one of the shows how broken our democracy is that we have to celebrate republicans not stopping the certification of an election. Their candidate lost by six figures. Really having like give big kudos and applause so these republicans like yesterday. I watched almost the whole certification process in michigan. The i lost some of that too. And wow wow is right. But i mean for us to have to applaud that one skinny guy who was republican who who came out and said i'm loaded democrats. Yeah it all wrote on him because the other guy didn't vote to applaud this. We shouldn't have to but unfortunately we do. Because you still have this moron who tweets out. Today i concede nothing. What a jerk. This is this role phases. See no way trying to get money from his supporters anyway. So fifty six days fifty six days eighteen hours nine minutes and no sense. I have to refresh my page to see that. I'm fifty six days. Eighteen hours three minutes thirty one seconds. I got eight minutes so in my mind. Better due to all right. Well this is it tomorrow. We'll be here as usual. In fact i'm doing a double header for brad again tomorrow. But we have our our berman. We have adam green. We have news. We have stuff. I don't know what's going and then thursday. I'm gonna do a special thanksgiving music show from five to six all songs about gratitude and thanksgiving themed. I think arlo guthrie might have to make an appearance. Because you have to have alice's restaurant. Massa creole thanksgiving so we'll take care of that too and i don't know do friday but something so that's it. Laugh they have a wonderful thanksgiving and talk too soon. Okay absolutely by. Everyone fire ruined. Thank you see you tomorrow.

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"Hello and welcome to rocket accelerated geek conversation. This episode is brought to you by kingdom and set app. I'm smolder ashore. A senior video producer at polygon in. I'm here today with brianna. Wooh executive director of rebellion pack in christina. Yeah woo christina. Senior cloud advocate at microsoft. How we doing tonight. I'm feel that i have fox. I of a playstation five by analog is about together here life. This could all truly drowning in tech right now and that's actually a wonderful segue because we finally i think two out of three of us have had hands on with the iphone. Twelve is out now that everyone has access to And i know you also have the new homepod so we're just going dive in and do a brief little serve a reflection upon the new apple products before we get into our big topics of the day which are of course reviews of the macbooks with the m one chip and then hands on with the playstation five and a little segment on fleets which will disappear from your punt catcher typewriters recording so super quick on these because we've got big show today So home pod. A many good it. It doesn't sound quite as good as the Over-priced home but it solid. Siri works great. Everything this good about the original home pot is there. If you're looking for an easy way to have speakers they're compatible for your iphone redder house For one hundred dollars it's more than worth it. definitely goodbye. I also picked up. A finally got airpod pros. These are excellent yes. I was so skeptical on these the the the us the noise. Cancelling is ten of ten the the mic quality to actually do conference calls in talk to people on the phone is lingala times better. It pairs more reliably. The senate is better. This is a slam dunk. Do not buy the airpods by the airpods pros. They're much better. How close are we to a world. In which i can just record this podcast with airpods okay. Now they're fighting but it is better. I in fact. actually. It's funny. Because i was on a call earlier today and having to use my ipad because my laptop wasn't working correctly with the program which is an ongoing concern And the person on the other line like actually complimented me. It was like or what are those. Are those the airpods. Now's the airpods pro a again. You sound great. And usually when i'm on calls i'm either wearing airpods proser. I'm talking to a seven. Hundred dollar Mike setup With with like a you know preempted in all kinds of stuff so I agree with you. The great i got them from my mom for her birthday and she loves them. Some god you like them. I also got the iphone twelve pro. Max i'm curious your thoughts free since you also got it. Well i talked to you. Go ahead and then. I'll see what i agree with. So it's fine I do think that the camera Here's the here's the thing. Because i haven't tried the regular iphone twelve or the smaller iphone. Twelve pro. i don't know if the how universal camera improvements are that makes any sense. I will say like the front facing camera. Really big improvement Really good and i think that that matters even more now that all of us are having to live on video calls It's is also kind of notable. They can put this amazing front facing camera in an iphone and all the iphones. But they can't do it in the the laptops that we're gonna talk about in a few minutes. I it's big. It's really big i. It's not too big. And i like having the judges back but it's almost too big like it's i dunno like it'd be one of the things if i were if i were going around. If i were going out all the time i would be a little bit concerned because of the size of it without getting a case Because i'd be like. I'm gonna drop in break the size queen christina warren fighting spirit. I know i know what in fairness i the reason i feel this way is because i have to use two hands for even the smallest phone. So i'm i might as well. Just go all out. But yeah i mean i think it's fine. I'm not like super in love with anything. But i'm also not super mad about anything. Do you think the screens really good. That's what i think the screen the high-resolution whatever they've done like the screen is really phenomenal. So that's my. I completely agree with all of that. I'm i'm really close to taking mine back i. It's it's you know if you look at the actual math of how much this ways it It like as matter. Math is not that much heavier than last version. But because like the curved edges of the eleven The eleven pro. Max it just makes it feel so much smaller in your hand for some reasons the whole time you're holding this it just feels like It feels heavy feels like a brick. It's nice comfortable as last generation and the screen is a little bit better. And i can tell the difference on the camera In fact i shot a video ad. Compared the two in the color balance particularly is much much stronger on the new version but I i would not have upgraded this. If i weren't in the loan program. Then let me upgrade every year. I wish i were not in that program paying more because there was no reason to upgrade your making me feel better about my tragedy of life not unit eligible for grant hill. Whether i'm in the vocab or not. I i would say that's you. I would say. Look if you're coming from an eleven pro pro max like there's you do not need to upgrade unless you're in the loan program i am. I know myself. This is what i do. I'm always going to be paying the monthly payments. So i'm fine with it but if you're not committed to being a ridiculous person like me i. I totally agree with free. Like if you if you're coming from an iphone ten Or or ten s. Maybe if you're coming from a ten. I do think would be a good upper coming from a ns. It depends on what you gotta you. If you're coming from an eleven no and in fact some battery life tests actually shown that it's not as good as as the eleven was which was a beast but yeah cool but that that's abattoir. We're gonna talk more about the playstations. Everyone but me has later all right well on that note then let us turn zueschen endure all right. I'd like to welcome a very special guest to the show for our first topic today. And that is henry t casey editor. Tom's guide who has had a review unit of them. Mac book than one ship macbook. Henry do you have the air or the pro. I have the air and my view and up at the margaret's morning and i am very proud of this accomplishment. I gotta say congrats on that. Thank you were like really you basically grill away. Yes so when. I talked to you last week. A little bit you You hinted that you might have something in the results might be really good and obviously we've seen the benchmarks from your review and from reviews from other places and they are really really solid What's was kind of like your high level takeaway on on the on the laptop on the air. This is both of the mac books I rue the air in our sister site laptop magazine Mac book pro am one review but the battery life is like apple is being. I mean. they're not being modest. It's actually pretty close to their claim but the macbook air lasted fourteen hours. Forty one minutes on our battery test. Which makes it. The longest lasting macbook air ever and the macbook pro lasted about two hours. Longer than that. And i think is a sixteen thirty two for the macbook pro and that's a web browsing battery. Where the displays at one hundred fifty minutes a brightness. So that's not beats the pants off of the both of the aces and book thirteen. Which was thirteen hours. Forty seven minutes and the experts thirteen at eleven seven meditate x. p. xps thirteen for the new tiger lakes. So i mean the performance. We're going to have a big conversation about that today. I'm pretty sure. Last episode. Suggested as much but i thought the battery life is a thing that is hard to really argue against because they use the same test for single laptop. And when it beating the tar out of the comp- competition you have to give apple some credit for at least getting that were to undisputable benchmark test compare to well people well. You're not. This is a geekbench five point to not five point three in that conversation which is delightful to have right. Yeah i when. I watched marcus brownies. Video he said he was using it for four days. He charged it up to one hundred percent on the first day when he was unpacking it and then didn't plug it in for four days and i think that was like ten hours of you. Senate a hint doing all his fancy tests and stuff and it dropped down to nineteen percent. That's nuts to me like as a person yahoo again. I'm still on the twenty fifteen's an every two minutes. I'm looking in my mac. Fuck it with a thirteen inch but with the the fifteen inch. It's a disaster. It's a total disaster. But i have a savvy. I've achier while three year olds a two thousand seventeen Mac book pro thirteen and like it doesn't last part of that as i think. Just the age of the battery and whatnot but yeah like it was pretty good. I guess in his highlight. And i remember when i first remote reviewed the very first twenty sixteen Mac book pro with touch bar getting really good battery life but like these scores especially you know in an era which is so small is really impressive. Especially when you consider to your point. Henry that the screen resolution aunts is other laptops which have very good are a lot lower than than the resolution that the macbook air and pro are putting out and Yeah just says talk. i'm. I'm talking about the twenty twelve macbook pro retina the first retina. I hold onto stuff as long as i can. And that sort of why life matters to me. Because i want this thing to have the longest battery for the longest amount of time and you can upgrade a battery. You can replace one although the way they make these things. It's damn near impossible without apple's local geniuses. But i think that's a really good point like it does say something to apple that i'm still on a laptop that's five years old And and your point that like theoretically these machines with he. Frank credibly. Good batteries. Hopefully will last a similar length of time. Like i think that's relevant. I want to briefly touch on what we talked about last week because we were quite. We were quite critical We very much. I think to coal in critical. We didn't have fax yet. Yeah we didn't have facts. Apple doesn't do numbers and they were saying some things that pretty much universally everyone was like Okay sure we'll believe that when we see it and now i guess we are kind of seeing it like this thing is with your yet i or graphics yes graphics but let's go into that performance conversation that you mentioned henry has this thing performance for ya anecdotally. I've been used to using the twenty twenty macbook pro an or a fifteen inch macbook pro from a few years ago that the office gave me this thing replaced a new macbook air with the on chip replaced those laptops for me without any issue and not seeing any differential. I'm not doing the intensive video editing or streaming stuff. That is what. I'm really excited to see. What other people have their views. I know a lot of people like my review would be the definitive Everybody's got different cases and the thing is we. I need to see what other people say. But right now if you just look at the geekbench scores that are comparable because we have geekbench scores for the pc's that aren't five point three geekbench. So you've seen a lot of bench scores for the macbook air online. That are in the seven thousand or are really high. The thing is we are comparable geekbench. Scores were from five point two on the pc and it still in the air again. Beats them fifty nine hundred or so from the air and the pro there the same for both of them. Interestingly enough But it beats the five thousand plus from the book and fifty three hundred from the thirteen. Both of which have core. I seven tire league with sixteen gigs of ram. The same amount of ram in this Air and pro and when the being on geekbench that's interesting but let's go the handbrake test or week transco two four eight four k video tape e the air finish nine minutes and fifteen seconds the pro seven forty seven minutes forty four and that's a beta version. Handbrake is optimized apple. silicon that compare. Well let's just talk about how intel's macbook air from you know earlier this spring to macbooks in the same year what i just general But those scores then book thirteen seventeen minutes. Fifty one seconds expressing eighteen minutes. Twenty two and the mac book air intel twenty seven minutes ten seconds whereas apples in under not under ten and under eight respectively for the pro. That lake your review is really interesting to me. Because that's one of those programs that i use quyen often hung anytime someone like talking about like the premier version which is of course not optimized yet and who knows when it will be or something like handbrake You have my attention. So i wanted to talk about something from from. The reviews have come out which is resented to one of the things. We were very skeptical about. Last week was a graphical performance right like integrated graphics very historically have had very bad performance and Dealer merge had a really shocking stat may like this. this really really stunned me and That is that after a rosetta to done. it's thing and they believe it goes through an recompiled. The app as best as it can to run a run on a you know them. One chip that he was able to get on a mac book air with into created graphics for shadow of the tomb raider which was three years ago very good game. Nothing graphically sophisticated game in the world but a good you. Visually impressive game was able to get thirty. Nine frames a second steadily on a mac book air. And that's the moment that i really i i. I just put almost cynicism aside because that's yet that's a moment g. l. right. That's the thick layer. That's unreal engine. That's not something. That's the specially modified to run on. Apple's metal dies a traditional game running under rosetta too. So if we're getting that kind of performance that just makes me think that this has to be the real deal. That was a shocking. I read i saw new view that was shocking to read and i had only Tested rise of the tomb. Raider were older but that was at native resolution twenty-five sixty by sixteen hundred at medium graphics. It looked great on the air. And you're talking about a aaa game. Running beautifully on a macbook air doesn't make sense barrels. Like translation of unreal. Doesn't run that. well no. None of this sounds real right. Yeah no. I think this is really impressive. Although i think we should point out for people like this is an all the with these caveats like these. Really impressive things the cynic in me will come back a little bit and say i'm not convinced that we're going to see a whole lot of games. That are running the the people who are going to be taking from open l. to be running on metal like i'm not i don't anticipate a big influx of that i just don't So i don't know how much use you know. People will get it. But it's it's certainly really really impressive. Am curious about basically every review that i read and saw was that the irs app experience garbage. What's what's your experience with apps on the macbook air I thought they were okay. I didn't come in expecting a whole lot. Anything that has to do something with my experience having tested android apps on chromebooks right which comparatively the garbage fire that is just the dirt worst and now those apps are not actually running half time. They're unstable whereas with these. The biggest problem is touched. Their apps are built for touch and like iran among us which was on the iowa. Game that i tried because i want to see what the controls would be like. Because that's a very definitely a made for touch not keyboard game. At least the way. I o s i was also implemented and it took learning curve. I and weird. But i don't know if that wasn't the big. It wasn't really a huge problem for me What was easy was that overcast and hbo. Max both as they should ran really well and for me. Bill max is a good proof case of y ios apps. On the mac or interesting. 'cause safe off line for streaming services is actually a really great feature to have. You can't do that with a web browser. Hbo max doesn't have a mac app. Like the only happy. I know of on the apple macos platform that you can save video four. Is the apple tv app which it's mostly if you're buying or surprising apple tv plus yeah okay. That's interesting so for from like i mean okay. So you had some of those What other apps do you use. Just kind of curious because the kind of Other kinds of general experience. I heard from people that it's fairly buggy is interesting these. Hbo worked for you. Because one of the reviews i saw there were like there was an issue with the apps. I'm wondering if they updated the app and then it worked. They weren't able to get it in full screen. But i'm glad to hear that you know that problem yeah. Full screen is one thing that i didn't get to get into the review. Oddly enough i should put that back in there but full screen needs to be added for certain apps sounds. Adrian is definitely one. It was a window to only and you can tell that. I think in my review video where the overcast playing rock is an easter egg but But it's no i didn't Those were the apps. I was able to try. Because it didn't. It's okay. here's the funny thing about apple silicon macs. They don't make it obvious in the app store. The mac the ios. And i thought oh. S apps are there yet. You have to click on a little an attentive hidden that has ipad and iphone apps to actually filter out not the mac os apps but the ipad apps. Iphone apps just felt like kind of like they were almost in a way. It's for people who are looking for them that they're they're not they're trying to confuse you and i didn't get that much i'm gonna be playing around more. They want to get more experience in these ios apps on the desktop. But it's for right now at least as proof of concept. Here's the thing on. Hbo max apple. Say i was on a cisco webex call which never fun. Never good experience. But i was trying to push the experience. The push the power of the macbook air. So i had a four k Cooking video in in chrome a dozen tabs or about twenty years probably tabs in chrome and safari in addition to that forgave video. Plus the webex call and those three ios apps. I mentioned earlier and i putted adventure. Time episode during the call on mute wanted to be pleasant and then everything was running smoothly and it was a few more apps up in the background. A google docs for taking notes about the call and it was just a very bug. Free like i think. During meinhard housing of the macbook air chrome crashed once and that was with a bunch of tabs open. And i'm sorry. But if you're on a mac and chrome crashes wants with lake tabs that's just a normal mack experience right. The rosetta to vied chrome wasn't a problem. But i have to do more. Ios app testing. I wanted to say when. I read your review side read about you're using the overcast. I got really excited. And i was like hang on. There's an overcast app for mac and do piddly. Stupidly was like in the app store. Like on my twenty-fifty mag book. And then i was like. Oh wait no. This is the whole point you so i wanted to ask obviously made. The reviews focused on You know the the the chip the internal rosetta to this whole transition to You know Fiscally chips I i'm curious what your thoughts were on the screen. The keyboard the other things that make a really good Laptop is this any. Does it feel like an upgrade over. Say the medicare that came out earlier this year. Is it pretty much the same thing. Do you have any thoughts about that. It might be the exact same aside from one point zero point one inches on the length or the overall width or every hanukkah of the laptop. This might be the same exact and in battery sizes. Probably maybe difference. Well those apples and share those details but no this might be the same exact overall macbook because the display numbers we deal with this brightness and srgb testing it's interesting to look at the display numbers. Brightness is within it looks like twenty twenty minutes a brightness of three sixty five three eighty six and then s gb one point three percent differential on that and aside from that the same exact macbook air that came out earlier this year. I think for a lot of people that's going to be great I think apple's waiting to see what they're going to do with designing redesigning these macbooks ms. They they're focused right now on making sure they're running correctly and everything like that. But i think that the macbook air the one that came out earlier this year dust one where they finally fixed the keyboard your magic keyboard and the t the inverted t directional arrows keywords thing that works its magic. The only magic really magic keyboard is the ipad pro one air. But it's a good keyboard that i would trust not opt to using i brought. I want to south by twenty. One thousand eight broaden extra keyboard with me just in case keyboard in my work. Macbook pro broke. That's how little. I trusted this afar right magic keyboard. Now it's a i. I think this is probably my one of my favorite laptop keyboards. Aside from the old two thousand fifteen one but like i compared it in my original like as pleasant as morio stomping on goumas in bouncing on top of them like i really liked that keyboard. Any final thoughts or questions for henry. I guess i'm curious. Did you run into any issues at all with rosetta. Two and a in app incompatibility. And did you try. Any professional pipelines meaning video production audio production rings. Something through photoshop. Did did you try anything like that with it or was it more email web stuff like that. We do a puget bench. Photoshop test and the scores for that were pretty good. I don't think that's optimize of course because for shop not it's only light room. That will be next month but no it it and a lot of the benchmarks we did. Were on intel. Based like yeah. I'm super skeptical. Benchmarks just in like the experience of actually using pipe I'm not as familiar with video editing. I've seen i wanna play. I'm going to try to get used to looking at it but final cut. I believe malka pro. There is a universal version. That's available now that i'm going to try to play around with but for now it's just us. The scores on like six were really good and also had thirty seven. Fps at fourteen forty nine hundred on the Macbook air and And then for the puget sound puget bench. Photoshop has six fifty three. But no i haven't actually done pipeline. Because i don't have that i wouldn't if you put me in front of one of those applications. It would be a week before what i was doing. And that's that's what the macbook airs marketed for right like that exact use case. I'm just. I'm curious i would. I have the same questions. I will note and a lot of this is going to change but i will note that Homebrew for developers out. There does not work with apple silicon yet. It you have to go through the rosetta and apparently this homebrew so homebrew is a package manager. So you are wanting to install like you know a lot of like cli based subsoil command line interface tool so if you are installing docker if you're installing python if you're installing A lot of other kind of developer tools. If you're going other stuff like honestly for for me like as like just both as a normal christina end-user and also for my day to day job it's like absolute essential must have It is not working right now because a lot of those packages some of them will be able to be recompiled natively so we'll have to run through rosetta but that is is an issue From some of the other things. I've seen i haven't seen a ton of stuff in in premier but it it does look David judy had one of his tests. It looked certainly promising. So we look forward to hearing more from you as a as you play around with stuff. henry but I think that a lot. Some of the stuff is going to be a matter of time before it comes out. You know. we'll have to wait and see what stuff gets updated. What stuff doesn't but at least it does seem like a lot of the high level promises. has definitely been met which is which is really good. Just just one. More thing i want to say. I was really surprised over. At the verge. They're they're pretty skeptical of apple. I think they're fair but they are in general very skeptical and os really surprised that they very nearly gave the macbook air a perfect score. Yeah so i think the takeaway message with this. Is i think christina for people like you and i. I'm waiting for a true professional laptop. When i can video edit on when i can do three d. stuff on in that that will be the sixteen inch macbook air when they eventually bring that forward. They don't have a laptop for people like you and i yet right. I think the overall message and henry correct me. If i'm wrong here. It seems like The transition to an entirely new chip architecture. I think it's going to be pretty much flawless for most people. I would agree with that. I think We were talking last week about a case example. Abry your i believe your mother-in-law. If i'm correct was you're thinking recommending this to her am i. That's correct. Yeah no that that. I was thinking about my mom's next. Npr is going to be recently. She's got the last Scissor switch macbook air as her current makhluf. And it's it's good for her. But i want her to have a faster mac book in better screen and i look at this new m one macbook air and i think like the one of the few apple apps uses soft word and like maybe gimpo. I'm not sure what she's for photos these days but like i think this laptop will be the easy. No questions asked recommendation for most the most but many macbook shoppers. I'm curious about what the sixteen inch macbook pros as well. That's where i think they're waiting for other. The the higher end apps to have universal binary before they get to that point. I think i think apple realizes this zeh. Dan say have to do kind of with partners. At times of course are coming up before univer lobster there for everything now. The pro thirteen. But this is only the intro level pro. Thirteen like they've still got the higher end intel with four thunderbolt ports. Yeah i think my biggest takeaway was that it actually has made me excited. Not for this year of new mac books but for the new mac book that my company will hopefully by for me a couple of years or something or maybe i mean. Now i'm on that ipad life now hopefully crossing my fingers but yet yeah it may be. It made me hopeful about the future of being able to do video editing on amac book when that time comes. Thank you so much henry for joining us today. I really appreciate it so glad that you've got to play around with this new machine as very exciting And where can people find you online if they want to do so if it's a social network or any website the words just henry t casey all in a row. The tourism the initial. That's basically how to find me. I've made it pretty too easy. I think but It's on all your inst-. I'll be sub fleeting along with the rest of the world using that using that name on twitter awesome. Awesome all of us. That was that was i invented. I ride quaint one of the first to coin the term. But we'll talk about that more later. Thank you abbott day. Thanks thank you so much for coming on henry. Casey an thank you so much pink dome which has brought you this episode of rocket kingdom from solar wins. Do you have a website. 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Free trial with no credit card required. And when you sign up use the code rocket at checkout to get a huge thirty percent off your first invoice thank you so much to pinged them from solar winds for the support of this show and really fm. Let's talk about some playstations that we find having a playstation simone rear. we're the one percent. We aren't this week and truly who do. We owe it all-too-brief ourselves ourselves and our own personal literal zome. Yes we pulled ourselves up by our bootstraps okay. So so what happened last week. I decided i was going to get the playstation five christina had already found one for breezy and it was supposedly being shipped out I tried. I tried really hard to get a ps five. Y'all and i fail through myself at walmart. I threw myself even target. I threw myself aunt online if you missile the place in station direct q. Over and over again and every time was met by by nothing by things being sold out being unavailable being out of stock and what to christina warren. do christina. what did you do. I got three of them on friday or thursday unreleased day. When i see what what did you do. I want you to release your hacks. tell us what you implanted into your brain. Okay so I don't know. I think that because it was my birthday. I think that i was both really committed and really lucky And i'll give about equal like preference to both so just like a flashback. I had been upmost the night. And i took most of the day off on thursday s was to take the whole day off. I won't happen to work half of it. But that was a whole other thing and i was kind of waiting for stuff to drop because as we discussed last week i wanted for myself as well and they start to kind of you know. Walmart has their first drop. I fail then. There's other things coming and going. I'm failing then game stop. I fail the took an l. I think at target because they had some for in store pickup that you would buy it online totally bail the best buy like i was failing all over the place and then costco had a bundle Well actually i play. Station had a queue in places you direct and i didn't get the playstation the night before but i was able to get a controller and spider man ultimate. Lauch addition grit. Great that then at like nine. Am pacific costco. Had eight am pacific. Costco had bundles which included an extra controller wider man. ultimate launch addition. So now i have to return the ones. I got from sony but i was able to get in makoko member i joined. I paid like sixty bucks a year or whatever. I joined costco so that i could try to get into no switches earlier. This year never wound up. Doing that. haven't actually gone into costco all pandemic but thanks to battle thing i did get a bundle. Here's the downside. It won't ship until the week the twenty. But at that time i was like but but at the time i was like okay well at least i have one. Now let's go and let's try to get simone weil. Let's try to get some other people one while kelly day my my former co worker issues editor There well i. I was there She's not Cnn her birthday this week and she really wanted. Ps five and she was striking out. And i was able to hit. Aunts online Our favorite place and they had a bundle of is slightly different from the bundle brad. They had a bundle. And i hit before warriors sixty four which is the account that everybody should follow for alerts. I managed to find that ant online had it in stock reform-oriented in fact. I don't even know if he sent out an alert but i got online. I saw that it was there. I was dealing with her. She basically said she wanted a bundle. I didn't have total confirmation but just went ahead and bought it and had it shipped to her and then she was she was taken care of Then it was time for you. And i was like i don't know if i'm gonna be able to get one for you but i'm not giving we'll lightning entrance nice three times really because at this point i'd already through for myself and one for kelly. Then i there was another playstation direct q. I was on. I was in the queue on two different devices and somehow unwanted devices. i was in faster. And because i bought the controller and the game before my credit card information was already saved and whatnot i-i-in to get in And get it to simone. And then here's here's the real killer part of this. This is thursday. This thursday night At this point because walmart as been ultimate fails on in fact. I think plenty people were like frying with walmart and i was like i was done with walmart after the first attempt i was like i'm not going here anymore. This is bad. And i managed to get through in the queue. Get you a playstation. And because i'm a playstation now subscriber. You got free express shipping. Which means that. Simone's was the last night ordered. I ordered it Eastern time it shipped out like the next day. You got it saturday. Gotta saturday bree got hers on a tuesday. I'm not going to get monday monday. Be here until tuesday. Okay so you got yours monday. Kelly got hers tuesday. I'm not going to get my nipple. Probably the end of next week The one that i got from target that i got originally that kid got that one finally today so the moral of the story is you. Simone got your got her first. Even though it was the last one. I ordered and i will somehow get mine Sort of a tortoise and hare situation and also just to show you that christina is a true american hero and we should appreciate you happy birthday queen okay with that or this is some karmic karmic tale about greed. Green curry shooting by so much tech stuff. And then the one that you really want there. It's just i. I ready has not been lost on me. It's been it's been like cracking me up. Because i was like you both have been able to enjoy it now. I want to hear all about it. And why i should good missing out so cruel. Okay pre why. Don't you give us your first impression. I feel like i can. I mean you work at polygon. You've probably played both a lot So i was the only person here. What the experience of playing the xbox series x in the ps five but when it comes to me because i have access to them because they don't have an office. Well that's right. I forgot about that Well i played both extensively in the bottom line is the xbox series x will the xbox series s is a much better deal. I think for most normal people that are you know they'd like gains but they don't live and die by games. I think that in gains pass is a better deal from majority of people. But y'all gonna tell you like the new. Xbox is a honda accord and the new playstation. Five is a frequent ferrari sitting tinder karaj. The controller is so much better the you is better it is it is truly first-class experience. Interesting i don't think i've seen the xbox series x you i are they still doing the same that it is the same. Okay thank you that answers. My question. My most hated enemy in the whole world So i can't compare it to the series x or this series s I do absolutely one. Hundred percent agree. The series s is as i told my mom on a zoom call is weaken the best deal in gaming right now but i can compare the playstation five the playstation for and holy cow i s. I booted up. I i have assassin's creed installed right now and i have asked playroom installed right now. Which is the pack in game. That is kind of intended to show you how to use the dual sense controller and show off basically what the machine is capable of I booted up vol hala and loading. It was on that load screen that they have which is a dynamic load screen. Wary your characters in this void Standing on water and you can make them run around. But it's just a load screen like you're not going anywhere doesn't make them go faster. it's just to keep you busy is that you don't put the controller. Donna get snacks. So the load screen popped up. And i was like lewd screen. I see how it is alright. So much for the next generation of consoles and then the load screen went away. And i was like what it i swear to god. I have not timed it yet. Because i wasn't about to go boot up the playstation four again and listened to its scrutiny but it it felt like it was at least in time which is absolutely wild. I also figured out how to turn. Hdr on tv so that was In in terms of in terms of performance. From the small immediately. Small amount of time that i've spent with it And with a game that launched basically so that it could be timed for the series acts in playstation five launches which is fall khawla Thing powerful and it also is completely silent so far. I've heard some people have been having issues with the disk drive. I have yet to use a game with a disk in it but when it comes to install times for assassin's creed when it comes to loading that game and also when it comes to transferring my data from the playstation for the playstation five. That thing is wicked fast. Yup yeah it took mine about five minutes to copy of my entire late packed to the gills playstation stores. That really fast and i want to touch on something you said about getting. Hdr turned on your tv. Every collar for your existing games with the playstation five is so much more vibrant. I don't know what kind of post processing they're doing with this. But everything just pops. I played so much resident. Evil three. Because i'm one of the fastest speed runners in the world at it and it is. The frame rate is so much smoother. The colors are more beautiful. It is drastically drastically better experience. The colors are better. But we've got to talk about the controller so so Bundled with the playstation five is a demo called astra's playroom it starts off with this With this demo teach held the dual shock works. And we'll tell you about something magical that happens. Each one of the triggers has a force feedback motor in it like a steering wheel so think like you could just turn normal wheel and there's no friction with it or if it's a car wheel like it will give variable feedback right in the most expensive three hundred dollar force feedback steering wheels. We'll give you different levels of feedback depending on. How fast going that is. baked into. Every single Dual sense controller and it has a fine tuned Or trigger. So if you're playing call of duty the snap to like zoom in fire has a different field like astros playroom where it's like a jetpack firing and it is. It is magical. It is absolutely magical to do this in the hear the noise and feel the vibration in each of your hands. There's like this zipper. Part to the to the demo. Were you you move up in you. Feel each little tang vibrating as you move it up on the pad it is. It just makes every other controller. You've ever played with feel like a fisher price toy. Am i right. Some i agree. I was initially concerned about the size of it. Because it's a bit bigger than the dualshock four and i was like my hands and little hands I actually really liked the way it fits in my hands. I think christina will probably have a different experience which is kind of unfortunate because as you said braves the controller friggin rules My experience with the the way that it does feedback i noticed in astra's playroom the controller will vibrate differently in your hands depending on what surface is running on like it will feel different in your hand whether the character is running on grass or running on stone Or another surface water. Water is the other service that i remember specifically And i thought that was just such an amazing touch. Because it's not something that you would necessarily that that screams out to be noticed like. Hdr does this thing that will eventually seep into the background But it's just another way. That games can really give you feedback and make you feel immersed on. I really really liked that. When we're playing call of duty it is. It is amazing because like a. We've all done that thing. We pull the left triggered zoom in and the right trigger fire. it feels. It feels like you're pulling an actual trigger nail and it sounds like a small thing but it does because it's like you pulled the trigger in. It's the it's is loose at first and then you're hitting that wall. It's a lot of resistance and then just brakes through in zeal. Needy like fuel substantial and it feels really well-made yum. Yeah i really loved it. I think i said well out loud. When when it did the adaptive trigger a tutorial. And astor's playroom. So i i totally one hundred percent with you on the controller. I love it. I also love The it's usb c connector right. Yeah so i think that means. I have a cord that i can charge my switch with now besides the one in the dock. Yeah this is the thing that annoys me about the xbox Is that it's it's not usb c On the charging the battery is but At least a mistake. And i think it's still. Uspa on the device itself which little bit frustrating. Because most of my stuff has gone to see so I will say. I like the ps four controller. And especially like my my gold. One i do like the xbox a controller better so. I'm looking forward to china. Psi controller since you've been reading about it that's interesting because that's a pretty chunky. One isn't it. I mean they they the xbox you know One s whatever you know one expert over controller it is i mean. That's that's a decent. That's pretty refines. I mean i. It's the it's the same xbox controller basically since the japanese xbox controller came in in two thousand and two that they've just continue to refine make better and better the ps four control or a lot. I think the xbox controller better but I am interested in hearing the experienced. This have to be back. I am a little concerned about the size. Don't lie little concerns. But i'm also really excited. Well it's gonna have to be a bigger controller to eighth at that technology in it. But i'm i'm really worried about battery life. Because the playstation poor famously had very poor battery life with the speaker going off all the time this is that time is ten. Oh we should talk about that. Shouldn't we wait. Yeah so. I very curious. I haven't played enough to to know. Have you had it run out. Get some. I have not yet. But i've had it plugged in a fair. Amount of my sessions have been pretty short so far so as brief mentioned the lot of noise coming out of the controller. So there's a speaker built into the controller which is also true in the dualshock. Four but Astra's playroom because it's a sony. Like i pretty game intended to show off the platform in everything. The plat that games on the platform can take advantage of in the hardware. It uses Sound coming from the speakers in the controller allot which was shocking to me. Adverse wasn't happening man Yes so he said. There's a lot i think more Food sound coming out of the controller. At least in this game than there would be like your standard game. I didn't notice anything. Assassin's creed valhalla. I don't know if they're taking advantage of it yet But that would be something that would impact the battery life. I imagine i will keep an eye on it and that can be something we come back to. When christina gets a chance to play with it. I got one more plug of a game before on tall. The new colour. Do the amazing. It is so good it is. It is okay so i- listeners. Don't write me. Don't tweet me calling me a reagan voter. Because i'm not a not. I would never vote for reagan. But it's just something about after four years of hell with america to go back to like one of the opening scene in there and ronald reagan walks into the room and he's sending your blackouts crew on this on this. This mission lawyers like no you neipp ability mr president. And then your guys like yeah. This could be illegal mission at your like every mission we do is illegal. It's stupid an over the top and like you're chilling everything in sight. You're like yeah. America america with the country. Ever it's got the eighty soundtrack. It is the worst game. I absolutely love it and commended. I've been looking for to play in this okay. Because here's my thing. Now that i'm going to the ps five and the xbox. I'm assuming you're gonna be playing most of your stuff on the ps five. That's correct okay. Because i was so. If i want play call of duty with you i'm gonna have to get the ps five version. Yeah okay all right. Don't really care about that as much. Get assassin's creed for the xbox and get college duty for the playstation choosing. I mean because. Because i don't i don't i don't wanna like talk. There's not this. there's so much good stuff on game pass like just yet halt and get the cheap out of date stuff on on the play the good modern stuff on the ps five did i did get you coosa For a series accent. That's really good. I want to briefly touch on For xbox it's already it's unclear it's actually time timed exclusive so it won't be nps five until the spring is the opposite of what i thought. Cool anyway The home screen. Just want to briefly touch on this No there's a few things. I wanna touch on the home screen now instead of just having. I haven't changed it to accustom background yet. If i can't do that but it automatically will have like ads for games. You can play by on the home screen. Not a huge fan of that kind of like that to be my space They've changed up if you're super used to putting your playstation to sleep. They've changed that up a little bit With that that window doesn't pop up on the side that you can navigate anymore. There's said some settings or in a bar that pops up on the bottom and that's where you go to put it to sleep in. It's all on the opposite side of the screen from the home part which is kind of frustrating and then the other settings are kind of difficult to access in through a menu. That's like at the top of the the home screen. And i'm still kind of getting some kind of wrapping my brain around like what's down there. And what's up there because like the volume for the dual sense Easily accessible with a button press Like when you're in a game or something you just pull up that little menu at the bottom and go lower the volume raise the volume which i thought was great But then it was a little more difficult for me to navigate to the other settings that i might access. So i'm gonna play round with little more hundred percent agree with by the way then the only criticism i would have a the dawson's controller is instead of being a button in the middle. It's now a playstation logo. That's shaped like a playstation logo. It just doesn't feel satisfying to hit that home buttons. Yeah i think the home. But like i'm sure i'll get used to the menu but I agree with her assessment that basically and my final thought is There's no hbo app for it yet. Which means fail. Do i have a a roku that i can't play. Hbo on a playstation five. That i can't play. Hbo on ended nintendo switch. That i can't play. Hbo on yes. I do so i for now. I'm keeping my playstation for hooked up. This episode of rocket is brought to you by set up. There's an app for everything these days. Some of them are excellent and others not so much a great way to discover new quality apps and get all the tools you need to be successful and productive as bhai using set up a subscription for mac apps said at packs over two hundred apps into one. There's an app for almost any task. So you can stay in your flow and finish what you started. And now you can take your projects to your iphones and ipads with support for iowa's companion apps for your mac. 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It is one of my favorite services and one of the services that i get the most value from period like that part of the sponsored. Read it all. That's just genuinely saying. I probably get more value out of that than than almost any other thing that i pay a recurring monthly payment for. She's breaking the fourth wall out of them for out of the sponsored read. What do we do know. I'm just saying genuinely it's like one over here. Thanks desert do. Oh it's a good one. The swing game is open for discussion. So twitter today started rolling out. Something that they are hauling fleets tweets that disappear after twenty four hours lightning reaction round bree I'm a fanatical extremist. Anti flea coward mode and i agree christina Yeah i think the only way that it's good a okay choo choo thoughts won. The u x is terrible. It's slow and buggy. And i'm not a fan. The bigger thing is the only way. I think it's good is. Yeah it is powered mode but if you wanna sub fleet things. That's what i'm calling it that you don't wanna get in trouble you know you don't want people to threaten your job or your livelihood but you still wanna make a comment on something. Yeah i think it's good for that. The thing is every time you some fleet. You do have to pay christina licensing fee that australia here. It's pretty hefty Yeah kind of financial her playstations. I do i do i have to find. I have to find business. So i will say that but No i mean honestly of. I'm a who asked for this. That is that's my reaction. I i have a use case for it Which my co worker pat pointed out in. That's that when we do which streams which were trying to do on a weekly basis like this is the use case for that it's like hey tune into our twitch stream and then after twenty four hours that tweets not there so people aren't like seeing a dead link essentially to a twitch stream that's not happening like that's actually great However no i. I don't think that i would use this in. Twitter already has a very vibrant. Culture of screen. Shotting tweets numb. And that's where we get into some of the interesting points about this. So a former polygon intern palmer hash writing for insider Wrote about basically how this twitter has created yet again. Another potential vector for harassment and One of the points that she brings up is that this already does happen with people screen shotting tweet so even if you delete a tweet someone might have screen shots of it right. The difference with fleets Is that somebody can re fleets your tweets without notifying you but that will have a hard link to your account so instead of a screenshot which is kind of disconnected The fleet is a way for somebody to see something you said go. Hey screw that. Click and go in tweet basically. Yeah yeah. it's a retreat but it's hidden. Yes yes can i. One hundred percent agree with that a. Talk about the the harassment. Things more do on jump back to what christine was saying. Who asked for this and the answer is it was reported earlier this year. That jack dorsey of twitter. Very narrowly avoided getting ousted by bunch of investors. They came in and demanded this feature among other things so seems to be one of these features that twitter has developed for political reasons. More than anything else. Why would investors want this because they see the success of tiktok and instagram and they want to have revenues be that way even though because they're startled reality right because because they were you know Big on yeah exactly. They bought up stocks that they can try to get control of the company. And i. it's yeah. I mean i will say i understand the point about the harassment thing and i don't want to discount that except to say that i don't think i would say this although i'm not a big fan of fleets i mean i don't really care either way i'm kind of laws about it I don't ask for it. I think that it's kind of like how the head voice tweets for a while and then those are gone. I don't really think this is going to be a long lasting thing. For being honest. I do i do have to say. I don't really think that this is going to make harassment any worse than it. Already was to be totally. Oh no i don't think it'll make it worse. I the only the thing that i think makes me uncomfortable about it. Is that unless somebody if you make a fleets that is i think what you were saying earlier. Bree like tweeting the or no christina. Tweeting the thing that you don't want to get fired for people can still screen. Shaw your fleet. Yes i again. Yeah it just if you very of course they can my Rationale around that. And i even like put in a fleet about this. I was like i was like. We've you screenshot this. I was like yeah. Good luck proving that because honestly. That's the thing like if i make a fleet because it's incredibly easy in all these services to make them say whatever you want a complete disappears so i don't care if you have a screenshot like if you and even if you have a recording even then i'm gonna like have questions about the viability stop. It were my job and somebody were trying to get fired for something. I said an applete The very first thing. I would be like prove it. Honestly even if i one hundred percent senate prove it like in a screenshots not proof yet no. I definitely agree with that. I do think sometimes with rasp when when you report something like a death threat and if the user deletes it after the fact. It's sometimes hard for twitter to act on it because they will send the report back and said this content has already been deleted So that can make it more difficult. But twitter's got much better about that. So i think that takes care of that use case the the one thing i would say for this is Yeah i'm thinking about the jokes of the day On twitter and how this could be helpful for like yesterday with a candace owens ridiculous thing about days wrong fan base and like oh man and marxism and all of this and society needs strong men and everybody was like quoting her tweet and pulling a picture of a ridiculous thing there and i did that. Cloud from final fantasy seven. And you know it's it's a joke. But then i started getting these these messages like pre. Why are you going after these people like. Why are you like bashing marxists on twitter. It's like no. I'm i'm going after. Candace owens and ben shapiro. So i could see something like that this not going be funny and twenty four hour growing it. They're right about that. The jokes age so quickly on twitter. That you're absolutely right that that is the use case to be able to participate in the conversation but then have nobody know what having not be like someone reading it like a year for now quite brianna. She hates like exactly exactly. And i am in favor of the ephemeral nature of it. Okay here's the one. And and honestly like i can see that as the use case that was kind of what i said in my first kind of many like like fleet story thing i was like okay i can see this but in that case it should be two hours. It should be a two hour time limit on the tweet. Because that's how facile strokes age i mean. I don't disagree with you on that. Here's the one thing that i really can't stand though and especially for anybody who has opened. Dmz which god bless you. I do not but but if you fall a lot of people but but even if you don't like whenever anyone responds to your fleets come even. If it's a reaction emoji it comes through as a dm that which is which yes. So so it's so it was horrific so you send out some things if you make a really were fleece Yeah better hope that you know you don't want to be inundated dna vacations because you're going to be blown up. It's just like instagram stories. But the thing where. I think it's different is that instagram didn't have direct messages. And so basically the exact same time stories came out so the behaviors were kind of links to me whereas dm's have been part of twitter. Think wh one of the very very first features twitter ever introduced men we. Cdm's is different. So i don't want my dm's getting like gunk up or clogged up. Because way i i i made some fleets and on the same token i don't want to respond to somebody's fleet the way that i would you know instagram story. Or whatever and then clog up there. Dm's because like who wants that. So i feel like if they are going to actually invest in this and not just. This wasn't just something that they did in a hackathon project to get the investors off of dorsey that they need to have a different notification way. Because i do not once like i. I will not use this if every single time someone respond or react to something that i wrote. I'm gonna get notified in my dm's about it. I'm just not. Yeah yeah okay. Well any thoughts about fleet before we go into what we're doing. I mean i mean. I'm just again why advocates say that's it every. What are you doing this week. I'm having knee surgery on monday to repair a torn cartilage cell. I could be very high on oxycontin. The next time. I talked about the view. I'm gonna come to your house and unplug all your microphone. You i i. it's it's a get off this stuff so fast because it's like i realized it's addictive to some people. It just makes me feel like crap. So i'm pretty sure i will taper off it by the time we record but Yeah that's that's going to be my week all right christina. What are you doing this week. i am doing some work. Oh good news. My her miller replacement chair will finally be here. I believe on thursday. They will be finally getting the replacement share and picking up the old one so it's only been four months. Oh that's pretty awesome and I i don't know just i'm going to be counting down the days until i can actually play my playstation five opt to make with my ex fox which is actually really fun and yeah just just you know doing some work stuff we. I was on campus yesterday for the first time in forever preparing for something. I'm shooting in december and i found clicky. Love this yeah. I found the clip costume and it was pretty awesome and we might be doing things with that so took all these great pictures great other. It was so amazing. It's like you hanging out with clipping exactly exactly so guy. I know so. I'm going to be thinking about ways that i can bring work lippi content into my life. That's what i'm doing this week. Are you should just like converted into like a covert mask. Situation go out experience. The real world christina. Oh my gosh lippi and you'll be safe. Yes hey okay. That's actually really good idea because it's a costume. That's actually a really good idea for a video clip clip. He like in the streets of seattle. That's actually a really good you can you can put on like A real full respirator underneath it and no one will be able to see it and like you can go to a movie lazy. Go party at the club. You know you can be. Because i'm like gosh. I will just be enjoying replace asian five this week. That's pretty much all. It's on my schedule. I'm taking it easy Hey brianna where can we find. You online You can find me on the twitter machine at brianna will and if you wanted to support rebellion pack helping to make sure we take back georgia. You can do that by going to help. The rebellion dot com irate and christina. What about you. You can find me at film. 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MBMBaM 479: Face 2 Face: A Spectral, Horny Build-A-Bear

My Brother, My Brother And Me

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MBMBaM 479: Face 2 Face: A Spectral, Horny Build-A-Bear

"The mcelroy brothers are not experts and their advice should never be followed travis insists he's expert but if there's a degree on his wall i haven't seen it also this show isn't for kids which i mentioned only so the babies out there will know how cool they are listening what's up you've called did not to not in my brother my brother made advice show for the modern era i'm your oldest brother justin karori i'm your middle brother drams mcelroy roy i knew sweet baby brother in thirty under thirty media luminary griffin maccarone i'm sorry it took us so long to get here pittsburgh it's been a few years ten almost ten years and i am sorry about that you're very close to my home considering yeah we were we did reform in two thousand eight with a podcast didn't exist showed up right we were all doing our three two hundred thousand sundays we took billy crystal shit a and went wild on crushed this crowd billy wright so we had we're standing at the airport so we had a little bit of a long drive get here like forty five to fifty the most mass apology we've ever had permissible proud we saw we did it so we fucked up and the the dude in the car two things happened almost simultaneously one he turns on radio station that i thought was a joke it is all hair metal cranked up to like very obscene volumes yes i'm talking talking talking dock and our new new podcast chattan rat because he he was listening to i've never heard close enough is enough very good do you guys remember the a late night promotional video that they would show that was like all hair metal hits in the eighties it's how i learned about the existence of more than words by extreme which was probably in there also this person on ironically bought that album and played it for rested and i kept looking at the clock there's no way it's this far away it's the same city it's impossible they're still forty seven minutes remaining in this commute very early on the guy looks at dad's unwashed shirt did that tell you he lost his luggage that okay it looks dad's shirt and guy said a state of you from columbus that's no guy said i hate ohio state anyways remember to tip and review i gets gets better he points notre dame media passes guy so i love notre dame that's like okay guy said i was i was gonna go there but i think i wasn't smart enough i look at the clock their forty three minutes remaining possible i'm in the battle in the backseat like clean car fun conversation the problem is when someone says something like that i think you can't back hey like you have two options either hey you're smart enough or yup we don't know and then we get out of eddie money's playhouse in walk into the carnegie museum and library the cultural whiplash was yeah it was it was extreme the extreme more than word now i i so hi welcome i have two quick jokes for you that my daughter wrote my daughter wrote these two jokes texted to me i think is going to be a hot new segment jokes my daughter tax you may actually before i forget sophia are you here sofia trump me severe sophie thing of your twelve and it's your birthday i i don't know why you're allowed to be here but i'm thrilled that you are happy birthday safiya now here are the two jokes i i was texted by my daughter we haven't heard these very excited what did one watch say to the other watch this isn't a backdoor riddle me picture connecticut what did watch say to the other watch watch up to now that's pretty good the next next johnson fucking next level shit what did one banana say to the other banana there's a formula here that i put up on yes but get ready to do this what won't be known and the other banana that was an appealing joke oh always sorry what so wait did did tell the watch joke and this is now are too zoomed out of the snow globe oh my god your daughter so your daughter's created a stephen king s. banana who has written himself into the narrative exactly right i want more i want this to keep those are the only do she sent me though but their air grand slams how about some advice do you think we should start with a yahoo yes okay the idea this yahoo was sent in by our very own pulsa born thank you paul the it's asked by it's they have a name but the wifi has unfortunately failed me once again it's because all of y'all appeared we almost tweeted everyone please get to finish prepping the episode uh it should be sitting quietly invasion for the road is just staring blankly eh stage picturing what all look like when our three bodies are up our proximity should be rewarded enough it's it's not worth it was yahoo who answers user squid gives them beg to differ sir very worth it at least i hope it's a hard g. the old-timey me people when like paper was first invented that like somebody had to be like can we just call it inc instead the damn i can't believe repeat seven minutes in squid juice asks the cavemen ghosts the why does no one ever speak about ghosts of cavemen you always hear people say that they saw a young victorian woman or old ladies are soldiers those are the three hurry goes you never hear anyone say did anyone see that big hairy man slash woman just wondered if anyone had any thoughts about this strange random but also true question so true also true it i would say they can bill maher over here asking yahoo answers isn't that point you'd bill edgy now i would say that the answer is obvious obvious okay and that is unfinished business and is that caveman high praise symbol right like like i want to just speak up on that big animal another began we'll kill me oh nana goes kanthi governor well let me let me check check on my to do list day eat big meat hunk that tips car over checked that yeah go back to sleep through some wild shit on wall yep did that don't don't get eaten by the tiger oh i didn't do that one shoot and also had the longest to complete their unfinished tickets point out a lot more people to help with them when you get the victorian very complicated business going so much business if some of them were still trying to invest doesn't exist yet right there i'm still trying to figure out that act incredible flying machines perpetual motion etc that soldiers in old ladies have the most difficult masonry surrey everybody knows that came in the cam goes must've been fucking psyched when the meteor hit and they were like the fuckers he got you we win our planet now goes our business we got that big bad t rex that was bothering us oh so much the time line there is yeah ask i expect tweets every time i say anytime i talk about caveman i'm gonna get tweets tweets that's why i left twitter that's why you left all the barrage of cavemen yes but you can't get away from the siren song of talking about gay men so i wanna i wanna ask about something so we all agree that we evolved from single cell organisms right pittsburgh trucks evolution solution and a y'all are down down with darwin we evolve racing's over so at some point in our arc from single cell organisms to homo sapiens there had to be a first goes the fair fair so it must've been like so fucking scary if you're like okay sh okay grunk don't turnaround turnaround in freak out but sylvia is standing behind year gronk and silvio oh this this fall we're rebooting dharma and greg but with twists first ghosts becoming a goes is an evolved rate of survive i don't hear a lot of bacteria ghosts that's true i do do you think about not a lot of animal ghosts we don't get a lot of like i i saw a bird ghost that doesn't have it's always human goes well what's their fucking business you wanna talk about easy the business did it here's a question do you think i could swap out my usual lunchtime look for a white call and not get caught the ladies in my office pretty chill and or may not even know i'm crushing cold one please advise before i go by case that's from sneaky seltzer social worker are you here are you here okay all right well the first thing i would point out which griffin is now demonstrating in thermos usually drinking any water or is it bone broth water uh or am i getting jacked on bone broth it's just water no one's going to notice they are chemically identical i would say yes i would say you should maybe by one of the other brands and then white collar because those are starting to become the sort of xerox of spike seltzer there's a lot of other brands one in hipster with justin dying on this -ill with the fucking claw don't get me wrong they're not going to be as refreshing yeah not gonna have as many great different flavors they're not going to have sponsors of this episode and if i'm not incorrect also laws will still apply why you can buy this is what you've forgotten there ain't no laws when drinking clause so if you are caught off that little memes started to go around the makers of white cloud we're like i wish you wouldn't are we going to get in trouble for this is that going to trace back to s likes claus claus i love and i i feel like it's the one thing that me and my nineteen year old sister-in-law israel riley can really relate on sure like common ground that she drinks underage she got me she's not nineteen legal consumption you can't purchase what is this true we in south carolina the laws are different fuck off the point is this i bought us matching there ain't no laws and you're drinking clause t shirts that's so sweet the sad thing about that they shouldn't be allowed to be on sale because the more laws you drink the better idea that seems to buy matching white claws t-shirts also if you were consuming your claws at the time you could just steal the shirt true point actually just drink one claw and then steal a bunch of claw that's infinite free claw except for the first one i would question ask her i would point out that if you went out to a restaurant for lunch with some coworkers and had like a beer might not be great well you're not gonna get fired for that right now admittedly doing in the office does change a lot of fact yeah but i think it's totally cool especially especially if you go this look works it's a placebo there's no alcohol in my clock i have a yahoo here okay go for it sit ross austin this one and thank you said it's yahoo's user alex who asks and hang on just hang on tight this one takes a little bit it is like mental staying power to hang with it if the owner of a restaurant points at your lasagna and asks how is it to show the table next to you and you say good then he goes no you should say very good and the table next to you who haven't ordered yet yet are waiting your response so you say under duress very good even though it's not would you feel bullied the owner doesn't even smile at oh you after but the table next to you are laughing what if i sit the truth last week it was much better to be honest or something like that why did i feel under pressure to say his average lasagna sonya was very good was a week fool no you should save very good no not today owner restaurant it's good not bad actually actually good is the lowest i would say somebody unwritten bit of this is if i'm at a restaurant and the owners like has the lasagna good is the bottom of the spectrum him that i would actually say to another human being because there's no way to say to answer that question with a good that doesn't make it sound like total dog shit how wasn't good you know you know you could say like how was it it was good you can do to sobel's randy quaid and christmas vacation like it was good earn he did that and i'm gonna believe you could take it like real long it was good yeah i believe that i buy that but if i was is it good now that's surprise i eat here and it's it's real what good is if you have a mouthful of tall pasta you could also just be like bob and no one will eating it it's gotta be decent maybe direct i hi contact how was it good french meet now do you think that this is why guy fieri he has to work in such superlative language that is guy fieri dress in his in his style is he's want to do oxcenter restaurant meal is chilies good people people like fuck you said it was good i didn't he didn't say it was a astro blast flavor gasm that sent him to the moon and back that is true though also have your like i was using a writing the menu for the restaurant or whatever you can't just say like we have awesome was on you what do you what are those anya it's edible some we have some is good good multi-layered tomato lasagna available reasonably priced rice the other day i was sitting at a red light with my windows down and i heard the person in the car next to me sneeze should i said let's hugh i save west you to everyone i can because it's quite but i don't know the protocol here i still feel guilty about it that's from gridlock tire you here okay that was quite a delay delay oh boy now probably not i just i if you're counting on a lot of things and the big thing that you're counting on is that they are going to hear and understand and not have like this like fighter flight response reaction into being yelled at while they're driving their motor vehicle areas that if i sneeze and someone yelled excuse me it's going to take so much it's going to have to pierce through so much like mental conditioning that i've experienced in my like to actually reach my brain without it turning into like i'm gonna fucking shoot you with a crossbow someone yells at meanwhile operated motor vehicle part of it better be on fire that is going to be my assumption is goldberg the bumper just because that is the catch twenty two of this scenario that if you yelled and i turned and looked and you were still looking at me that's a problem but if i turn and your back is forward i'm like what what how wow what was that i couldn't even process what you were saying this happened to me once when i was driving i still huntington driving to work and i saw a woman had like the gas tank open and the gas cap was like hanging from the little plastic string bouncing around got up beside her and i was like waving my hands and honking the horn i like roller is in speed oh boy from me and i was like oh no so what i did there is no good ending story you could gas for a million million years and not come up with something palatable i did what any normal human being would do and i called my dad radio DJ clint mcroy oh my while while he was broadcasting travis and i said here's the make and model of car and the rover on in in case there listening to your radio gauge and please tell them that their gas tank is open and he did the listen listen listen i'll get down on dad man had to fill four hours six to ten AM every morning yeah gimme my idiot son just calling when you won't believe what he told me i did not know that that was a power that was available to us when i was getting fucking speared in the playground middle school every day i couldn't get on the playground say that jack jack seventh grade he knows who the fuck is these cut it out or else you're going to get tim mcgraw to come down here and kick his pants the he couldn't cuss on the radio so he would say i'm gonna kick your pants or fun stuff like that stab you in the panty yeah no yahoo yeah i love that gregg thank you okay okay this one by several people thank you several people it's yahoo answers user jackson who asks gestin okay hi jasmine what's happened and it's my french you buy the generic version of my brother my brother made that's one of the three runners josten tarvisio gore fan red i'm the brother who's in the middle tarbes mcalorum mhm jasmine asks i can't say jackson asks mike teacher is having me keep a limit on me for the next month on what is he trying to teach me so in my class my teacher is having us keep lemon with us he says not to put it in the fridge not to leave it in the car or it'll get icky just to keep it on our person he says that we may or may not understand what it means he showed us his extremely hard lemon he has kept for twenty years any ideas on what this limit is supposed to mean who buys abilities one extremely cynical person trying to give you a lesson in child care this is what it's like folks it's a lemon that you can't throw away till hard and withered and you can't leave it in the car order in the fridge and to keep this limited with you all the time now it's filled with delicious juice but you cannot squeeze it wasn't will that this teacher just cleaning the fridge founder rock-hard old limb and it was like i'm gonna fuck with these kids yeah the this is bad produce but a good teaching moment because maybe they learned that it means is don't trust teachers yeah i can confuse them so much that they won't notice the syllabus was only one month long i'm really flying by the seat of my pants because they're gonna say something like when you become an adult you'll figure out what your limit is and then the wait and hope that everyone starts nodding his sentence in here if you're a teacher and you're doing a project like this and you say the words you may or may not understand what it means you're a fucking bad teacher hey kids go there i want you to read old man and the sea by sunday sunday okay that's weird from school on sundays but find modern illegal so fishing book right i ah i never understood it i was a you understand it is up to you i don't know what you want to do teach you about it i like it it's like abstract teaching like i don't know what did you you learn from it you can take away hey i don't understand this math problem that's how it works sometimes life kit oh hey we've all got women's say limits or limits your limits and that's why new show limitless i right that's fun so i don't think that's actually permitted i living at home and that's like every episode that habit it's not a good show not a good show but it will run for three seasons do limits just get hard like twenty years how excited are they come on coco doing i'm good friends with my manager one of the things we do together as check out the local rib fests near our workplace and go after work we had planned to attend the upcoming rib fest in waterloo ontario the more than one ribs okay y'all have more than one ripta's are you from waterloo ontario or love ribs but it turns out my manager for god had a wedding go to later that day i go that's a big slip yeah i suggested he could get sweating i suggested he could still come and take the ribs to go uh-huh brothers can you bring your own food to a wedding if so our ribs okay and that's from just maher renovated resonated that's pretty good now are you are you here by hello thank you thank you what people don't know as we're calling attendance attendance up here you'll all turn who are going to ask all of you i do not know if you can bring your own food to a wedding but i would posit the ribs or right out there with the worst option if we're going to start making this part of the social consciousness of america yes we need to start with a hot pocket you you have in the breast pocket of your jacket is there a time between now and the wedding for your manager to develop with the bride and groom a sort of in joke about ribs to where it would be kind of cute and sweet to bring a bunch of ribs leading like oh you remembered from last wednesday when we were talking about ribs in a conversation with the driving force up maybe you could just text them like like wouldn't it be funny if i brought ribs your wedding and then you do it like no it wasn't but anyways are we talking about the reception or or the ceremony this is a good question griffin if i if i went to a rib festival and ate a bunch of ribs and went to a wedding right after the thought that i would be on able to perish from my mind it would become an obsession while i was there is don't touch that wedding dress and i would have no reason to touch the wedding dress in the first place i've never had that temptation before but if i had that KC masterpiece all over syria the i don't know the moment of the whole thing where you think to yourself now it's time to eat my ribs i i don't know what i mean the big play like everybody like looks to the brian hill yeah here i go somewhat someone hold my bell l. going in if you're standing at the pulpit there's a perfect time looking baby here at the back it doesn't work cynic there's there's one person that can do that efficient if you're the efficient you could eat ribs because that's the one time nobody's looking looking in that direction you're there though if have you were the vision everyone looked as brad comes look back you've got also i miss julie beloved boy what if though because he's a big even if you didn't eat them at leading the container ribs there what are you doing don't worry these are for later or you would you would ruin in their wedding if you said to them don't worry i'm going to eat these ribs at some point and you won't even notice i'm on you like fucking sly fox my entire special rachel could have been walking down the aisle if i knew somebody was trying to eat secret ribs it would have been your whole day especially if they just slip a note under under your dressing room door that was just like you who i am but i'll be at the grout eating scanning that shit like terminator like noni own auntie johny getting tissue show sure yeah what if you did know the person that'd be the best if i see a boo boo pumped right up top right up haunted doll watch i got a twist for you though no dolls this time i know right welcome it's a treat just for you pittsburgh would just see here's one hundred dollar game there's eight hundred listed and and five people are selling them can i can i guess is it a haunted train set no search female spirit companions deduction pendants hey jay man there are a lot of words in there together do not form a coherent ideas and can i say i don't know with the object is sold perfect this listing is hetero normative i'm gonna say anybody spirit companions deduction and bend uh-huh that's very things are making this terrible thing you're about to read applicability to everyone now we're all complicit in this safe if no sit in it you might wanna fuck this pendant we don't know you don't know spirit companion seduction necklace sears listening that i'm going to read redo verbatim these guys will you please to meet you there's no one in the necklace these spirits are looking for a companion being a spirit it can get lonely that is why they're looking for a special someone who can give them attention and i promise there will also attend to you and your needs the snow dan ackroyd reading this these spirits this are very sexual and looking for intimacy that's nice this is my very tell me what you were looking for in a companion and i will find one that will your needs this person the fiction that disperses crafted is i have a wide array of goes trapped in necklaces you tell me what you're looking for and i will match gross and i'll a find one for you to enjoy it's like spectral horny build a bear situation the i will send you one that is everything you had hoped for and more deeply intimate caring and love spirit who who need special someone to call their very own they thrive on your pleasure and we'll do anything in their power to make you happy holy shit that's terrifying yeah ghost powers they are also powerful protectors us and will ensure that quote no one will ever hurt you again that's all order for a necklace necklace goes sam can i read back what i've written hearing you let me know this sounds okay does this sound like goes is going to kill them sounds like the goes is gonna kill him right already already hit send just a quick update this is where it got sad for me okay i was curious they will block anything negative from coming your way choose nicklaus-style nice yeah it's great nice you would think the ghost in the necklace would be insane but i guess this sexual necklace swell make me essentially immortal bulletproof and will make me orgasm every single night but it's a little dangling for my taste hey that's a beautiful necklace is that jade or opal or greg greg my boyfriend it's a princess cut greg uh-huh spirit nicholas charging pouch and charging you have to you have to recharge your sex ghost sorry i'm just not feeling tonight here in greg ghosts shaw shaw for this i put my iphone eleven on your sex necklace charging pouch and it got two full battery as a buyer you're purchasing take the jewelry only the interviews energies are free gift all of our items are authentic and powerful the end all right i have another question here you find a good one how much for the doll thank you is the worst part it costs and nike not sixty eight dollars pucker fucker so is it a bidding war could we bump that shit up a little bit mayan now oh baby justin i have to ask you another question and this one is arguably the most important what is it list the condition as because if it's anywhere near used even like new is pushing it a little bit from my okay i got another question for you it wasn't me to go to it's not me little ooh little at our church ladies and gentlemen this is tour manager paul breaking in with an unprecedented squad special update edition i'm so glad they're here go ahead paul you could just a podcast within a podcast is nestled within another podcast a many of you are aware as has been noted on previous edition of much squad kentucky fried chicken's gins entree into the chicken sandwich ongoing wars of two thousand nineteen with the kentucky deep fried chicken and donuts sandwich that of course being did you bring us these sandwiches paul the well KFC had been test marketing these sandwiches and three cities across america norfolk norfolk virginia richmond virginia pittsburgh i way where we sorry is that pride this is is not an exaggeration i can smell it smelled them out of them literally paul come on it was it was strongly suggested to me meaning justin threaten to fire me if i didn't bring you guys i some sandwiches so heavy when i talked to paul about this this was such a better idea when they were hot be i wasn't talking mm for professionally so this is the same just eating dinner backstage this is the sandwich i thought at least be one doughnut cut in half it's to hold donuts donuts fan there is set by dr don't it looks like a bagel i want to warn you guys there's a sauce and i can't fathom why that would be the case and we will not eating the microphone because we love you yeah you're not gonna simulate what it's like for me every time we sit down to record record a podcast oh god why is it goosing the bottom there's there's a lot of squint gives them down here oh my god i don't wanna do this k- okay audience the countdown from three please very the i'm not gonna take a second fucking by talking to my instant reaction is how did they fuck that it's too donuts and a chicken mabul and it is like eating a sand dune that is by far the bland is donut donut donut colonel ann and it has no place to all of the flavors heating up the phone if you want i was trying to escape bipolar i sorry i probably probably should've mentioned buried delete a little bit they had a special deal running when you buy three you get ninety seven more the wakes hold on wait hold on they may just be empty boxes what anybody likewise much as i would love to see you guys eat one hundred of these these these are going to be out by the merger table immediately following the show they will be free with purchase or without purchase just give them the fuck out of this building the ball begi ball thanks we did not really justin's take on it now keep it there is no it's funnier and concept paul i am going to need and more white wine my dude i assume that's obvious you're also fired but if you can bring the white wine i that would be that'll be great 'cause i was honestly really excited about i was kinda to is kind of a little bit thank you all what was your review jesse and tell us your the fucking launch god squad captain god god thank you in short not delicious good it feels feels dulled the receptors that say like not food food actually triggered them with this but if i they give me my longer of you right banning farm with ada donut and then go to farm was not all of them in i wanted to treat you guys an pittsburgh we've never been here before i wanted to give you all over here but i went through the work of finding questions and you just said fine one okay but i i don't a lot of questions don't be see that way hey how about how i let you read this come to us from a must be the milk i need to drink some white wine must be milk we've got some some farm wisdom and i'll let travis kind of share some of these greatest hits with you they start with a lot of farm we saw i liked it this is talking to the microphone a fact fact listed here white cows are bad luck based on what life is simpler when you plough around the is dump it also sounds like a big johnson t shirt the shit i like this this isn't a list of farm wisdom right if it rains on easter sunday rain for seven sundays life simpler when you power plow around the stump dream dream told before breakfast will come true what what does it have to do with the no one talks about their dreams during breakfast in the big city this one is incredibly threatening if you sweep under the bed of sick person that person will never regain his strength let me just get your shrill hi this is griffin mcelroy the youngest brother i'm gonna do the ads for you so strap right and pay attention because the they know if you don't pay attention and we get in trouble our first sponsor is quip quip makes a good toothbrush a really really good toothbrush they've got you know the little case and you can put stick that up on your mere announced like your mirror is a cool toothbrush cowboy with a bad ass holster popping op ed thing right off the mirror no problems which flip it and 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around here i'll pay a lot of attention to the business for me it's just all about the you know my stunts but you can see all that stuff it macaroni dot family thank you to maximum awesome fun for him and you know what all this stuff i do the we do at the end of the episode so i'm not going to repeat it here i just want to spend this time saying thank you so much for all your support over these years here's bounce around five hundred that's wild to me and yeah that's i mean that's about all i got support local business and and talk to you later macho man to the top rope flying cover we've got a new champion we're here with macho man randy savage after his big win to become the new world champion what you gonna do now match gonna go listen to the newest episode of the fights podcast will year tell us more about this podcast it's the podcast power sweet to be sour funky like a monkey whoop discussions man and jokes about wrestlers fashion choices myself excluded year wait listen neither can i you can find it thursdays on maximum fund ticket i just realized i'm going to be absent visit mindedly eating that's why i get three anymore this sad limp i'm having the opposite effect where my brain trying to go it's to doughnuts and fried chicken baby that's good stuff and i have to actually visually see to remember dry sta let's get okay so we can pick some that you have sent in ahead of time thank you all so much for sending an all these great questions there's a lot of you hear a lot of you we have a very high up like a wave of humanity they crashing down upon me wow yeah they just don't stop hi i'm emily h- what's up so i work in a hipster independent bookstore flash copy shop cafe restaurant deleo that's a lot of stuff going on yeah and our menu like really pride themselves on having a lot of options and one of the options is a spicy five vegan chilly if you can't see emily has just done a great deal of quotation marks yeah so first of all i don't think it's especially spicy okay i understand that that's matter opinion and but i also don't think there are five different beans in it well that's that's a huge problem i would also i would point out only is not titled five different being chilly really there are just at least five beans isn't so two of the supposed- five beans are light red kidney beans and dark red kidney beans arguable and then one is like a great northern bean which i think we have maybe like one time out of every twenty when the chili is made so really i think we're looking at like three point five beans okay okay and last of all i don't think it's chilly yeah okay okay so you're going to say it's not vegan and that was gonna be a much bigger issue beans pepperoni every time somebody's like oh it's getting real thick we need to add some more water to it and i'm like you i don't just like almost like mama does it it with that country chile you don't mean like watering down so like up the profit margin right here chillies that it has like picking up too much and it needs to be thinner which to me okay stops it from being a a lot of eta like eating distress up here so what's what is your question i want to know like how do i break it to my employers that maybe they're falsely advertising this bean soup is three point five and how do i like look a customer in the i wouldn't go is the chili good and i have to be like tonight is the thing i have before had like restaurant and blazer i've said like is this good and they've gone no here's what you're going to get and i have never appreciated that on moore to tap hip guarantee you got because there's nothing worse than having a restaurant boy oh yeah i love it you get it like this is the worst thing ever had you just need to find a to swim answering is the chili good and you say oh i love chili but as this one i'm good i love chili period the danger there is if you try to go for that honesty tip and you're like chili's not chilly and it sucks shit and it's only three point five beans and they're like i want it they may really what really instill order under and then the eat it and they're like fucking lied to me that was good as they say fuck luck but not a l i mean is it good you say there are some people who believe it to be good luck chosen few the super taster yeah i you know we cover the spicy thing subjective the beans it's got more than five beans and every serving i'm sure they're covered their third and we just talked about chilly but like anything chilly anything could chilly if you think about a book look is just word chilly griffin i guess he's just leave chile emily does that help now thank you go here if i can make a quick PSA some of you are probably finding the temptation rush back and get some of these donuts let me say one please don't do that would be an extremely bad luck for that to be are like downfall like all the reviews to be call until those people were killed in that chicken donut stampede and secondly just like human to human don't do this thing let me say we enjoy a lot of so bad it's good things here at MGM this is so bad as bad okay i i want there to be at least one left when i leave tonight at the end of this research cory cory mom mm-hmm yes it is alright stage so i have a friend he's a drummer and he wanted to start a band with me 'cause he likes the things that i can do with my voice okay as far as singing goes and he kind of gave me free range on what the genre could be calm and i am a big fan of scott peng have you ever thought of just calling it skunk it's fun to match things up but it was really the ring holy shit if i if i sounded condescending ending i didn't mean it i actually genuinely mantis so anyway you know we've got most of the components coming together and my roommate plays the trumpet okay so i thought that is applauding so i asked her i'm like would you ever want to do this thing and unfortunately she does not share the same love of scott as i do oh i thought you were going to say your roommate was unable to because they were already a member of so many skull vans now just a marching band so which is like a big scar ban when you think about that i think that's where the root of my love for the john relies but i'm asking you guys what would be a good way to convince her to play trumpet in a possible scott hand uh-huh does she already owned checkerboard vans have to borrow are you wearing them right now listen listen you're you're halfway there you may not need them i could just make trumpet noises on my own maybe spring i see that but with your shot of your roommate who is like no album sure no no and then they'll have to like okay all right do this and unlike wait i love this oh tell your roommate that oscar isaac was in a band called the blinking underdogs in the early two thousands you can find videos there's of it on youtube enjoy travis is on his very excited about this fat yes clearly so are all of you yes good i'm trying to okay here's the perspective i'm approaching this from i'm trying to think of what justin stop eating it thank you you're right thank you travis thank you thank you i don't want to turn this show and avoiding elbows world for those of you the draft i am trying to think of what you would have to ask to do to be joining scott band and the answer is there's no no way what if they named it after you that's the worst case griffin's good skype and so what i'm hearing i have a new band name yes the money that's probably how they get a lot of people to join bands it's like alvin with twenty sure yeah say it exactly like that because that seems totally trust does that help bob probably doesn't that was very nice thank you corey kim we get over here yes whoever's yes i'm ryan ryan i'm a professor here at carnegie mellon you've all heard of it is anybody ryan student what do you teach computer science computer science okay what a what a cold back in my day i knew all my teachers names what's wrong with you all anyway what's up around so i have to make up like all tests and horse and things and every week i get emails from the students with excuses about why they can't do it right and they asked me to take it later later right and i can think of like three strategies just always say yes always say no oh or like drill down the excuse and trying to figure out if it's bullshit or not so what's what's the best strategy now these excuses are they do they have a even a with of legitimacy to them how good how what is how evaluate your own barometer therefore bullshit what griffin said yeah what time i got my twin sister is graduating from UC on the sand as the final exam damn can i go to california to be there for the ceremony okay that's good i'm with you brian the hackles in the back of my neck rose a twin win sister who's ever heard of such out i wanna i wanna hit you this computer sciences very important and we'll soon be the only the job that there is but heck heck me up a burger young but i wish that college had a better prepared me for how much of my adult life would be comprised of making up excuses for not doing things thanks and i wish that my teachers had taken a little bit longer to teach me how to lie about that sort of thing so maybe this is a moment for you to really have an impact in someone's life don't waste their don't waste their time with one's zeros really teach him how i really good notes back like hey whether the twin sister is legitimate it seems weird just say mice's starts when says there's all this and don't ask me if you could go to california that's kind of up to one of the things we do in the adult world is we keep the general so i say i'll be out of town on avoidably out of town too many details people stop pick pick pick but also have you ever thought about like i assume that most host teachers feel this way but this is what now is an adult feels like there are things that i skipped a just didn't do and like high school and college now my find myself in circumstances this is where that knowledge would be really useful share and i'm like oh no so have you ever thought about when something like i don't wanna do that project you don't have to do it but someday you'll want you'll want onto a done it i don't care i'm brought i'm ryan i'm doing my own thing over here i'm fine i'm already teaching technique house how saying it out loud and it is bad like hey i learned this i don't know you've invented mr feeney's arch nemesis mr meany mr mimi amy he just cares too little oh yeah you got to third one it's harder but either of the two teachers is going to net us a great deal of trouble because you're either gonna get you know that zero percent on rate my professors if that's even still a thing probably we know what it is i wouldn't have thought that that would have still been legal in two thousand nineteen or you'll be the pushover teacher that's like you know go take it it is easy test but if you are the judge judy this e maybe try this can we see pictures have fun and you can hear science guy you can dig into the fuck and exit location data see when it was taken where it was taking wherever the technical terms you know all the ones that zero stuff why are you so fucking judgmental ryan i'm not a computer science professor presser i can't we've been tackling this question for like four minutes now i can't believe we haven't brought up bribery ryan just say yeah bring me a local if you don't mind bring me a local delicacy from wherever you're going and bring it back i sure do love those you know whatever they have it i'm not entirely sure USC is but snacks and then who gives a shit right that's that's why you have a job in the first place is to be able to buy snacks he really just cut out the middleman does that help good let's go over here yes approached the microphone hi what's your name hi megan hi megan so recently i've been bridget binned watching ching survivor yeah where you at season twelve a theory is my favorite US or australian US justin into the dark web y'all you can find some australian survivor they can chill each other it's wild choice anyway anyways my new life goal is to be the on survivors should i include in my audition tape yes okay you've come to the right place raise your hand if you've thought about this this exact question before honesty time okay good just an oh sorry yeah for sure no i'm sorry i couldn't do it i can't even eat the chicken donut how am i supposed to eat groves you just close your eyes and pretend you're in the lion king with those tasty ass looking bugs now how many people here think that they would make their video that's like displaying their survival prowess dice a big good go good everyone's right don't do that that video where you just barrel the camera and say i will do whatever the producers told me to boomer capable that's boring say listen if you guys put me on a deserted island i'm fucked i've got nothing i cannot cope with this it will be bad for me good for television i would be my video would be sitting top thrown in a velvet suit sieving gold challenges eight i'm offensive don't you want to knock me down a peg i know i only get one comfort item but i have six different inhalers can i bring my cockatiel elbowed my man servant is my i'd be lost without grigore day to they'd be reading that cockatiel pressure fisher they were eating or eating your manservant that's fine have you have you you wind up audition tape before oh yeah oh yeah matt confirmed i have an idea okay so so i'll be running on a treadmill puzzle okay that's good smarts athleticism smarts or can you tell a lie to a trusted friend over the phone while you do these two things are you sure you what it beyond survivor was a great deal of deceit i just feel like can be really nice to everyone and then win sure yeah just like they can't do you have a famous friend that's good or are are you famous for football or that helps sometimes a lot of those people get on one time there's a season of amazing race and there's a guy on his show who was is there because he was friends with joey chestnut who's also on the show listen fucking cool life i think you could send in a tape this just you and you turn go survivor i don't wanna be on it and then turn back and they'll see it and pike oh now we really wanted to be on an hour into any of that help yes thank you real oh sorry one other idea find out where they're filming and just go there and walk around in the background until they're like i don't know do you want to eat some weird shit get over here it's called it's called arriver that's that's pretty good also also god's honest truth i didn't give you everything i had because i still have not ruled out the possibility of myself said planning to be on survey good survivor there's a snow films can watch my brother die in the i sympathize hello yes hi what's your name yeah raise that raise them shits uh just not like they're saying oh yeah oh yeah pro hey my name's nick nick so i just started a job well just a month ago started a job working for the parks as sort of a mini park ranger on my parts are like a couple of acres okay but i certainly certainly that's more parks than i have true not exactly the owner okay i'm like we know how to do that i don't think owned the bark a ah the park ranger here at yosemite holy shit okay so during training boss show-me other things to do and one of the things was i got to get all the dirt dirty the old old leaves off the dirty old leaves you gotta get the nature off the cool nacer show me the huge gas-powered howard like leaf blower that was in my question he showed me leaf blower and he the way my boss that it was he just turned it on and went to town and everyone everyone in the area sort of cleared out like because they didn't want to get leaves balloon on them shat natural yes good super rude so how can i politely lately to- people to stop eating their lunch and stuff in the partial i'm sorry all close off of all the benches and stuff like that commentator saying how do you so your boss is like turning on a leaf blower and everyone was like well i'm leaving this is very bad you're saying can you go to say like hi this is so random i'm going to start blowing being leaves around i like i'm nature i like to call myself the wind and then i log on and i blow that leaves around and if i don't do it once a day i'll die i don't even have to do it once a day it's just that at all it's a park at all hours of the day there are people laying out but you don't have the bullet leaves all day no at some point the leaves are allowed to be where they are here these ships that go to a park and there's what's what's with all the leaves kids so what do something about their disease are the same age here yesterday this this question is is a real kobayashi monroe because it is i when i'm walking on the sidewalk and a yard in cleaning person a person who's cleaning their yard i don't know why i said it like that has a leaf blower out and is blowing leaves onto the sidewalk or whatever the fuck and i'm walking on that sidewalk i don't know who has the right of way every time i'm walking i'm like surely they're going to stop before i get into the path of this cone cone of danger but then i'll get closer and maybe they haven't stopped leaf blower and then my mind is like actually is there a rule about this because if they blow a little wind on me what's the worst that happened happened i will i will say that a good a good way to combat that as the walker have a two year old with you because everyone wisely stops using china because we're all pitching the same thing which is the gig going nick does that help oh okay now if you're still here what i'm hearing is that i have to be stone cold and just do it all the way down don't do now you can't walk out there when you know you're going to blow leads and say like hey everyone in ten minutes i'm going to be blowing leaves and if you're sandwiches which is still here that's your don't make me turn this into a sandwich blower whoa wait no fuck nigga nick i got it walk up to somebody in a sandwich hey have you ever wanted to see what it's like to believe and then you let them do it fairway anyway you eat the sandwich you let them know the sandwich out of your hand and you're like what and then you trade lives tom sawyer whitewashing the fence action let them blow like did did your phone they're like yeah thank you and then you go about your business that's fun that's fun fun i in a balloon to and then just blow away does that help the thank you thank you know alot komo what's your name hi ben how're you doing good how are you writing about human being adjusting a magazine that makes you feel like they're about to start a stand up routine i i just got really excited when i was like oh this is going to be good it is going to be good ben dazzles will will do so i'm the mayor of my town for not enough expert baller just a little north of it's not as good as it sounds i promise symbolic rights but i gotta be kinda cool bid okay mayor of a real shitty bala rules okay nick what's your question so mayor nick a couple of establishments where sometimes bartend news and best buy and blockbuster video got it we have a real nice setup there but and i also like you like enjoy myself solved with my family around town but my my problem is that oftentimes people will just walk up to me and say here in the mirror and i don't i'm running out of things to tell them i've tried yes yes that's a good start the problem is that most people don't have a follow up they're just like oh cool yeah that's how it works and i've tried saying sometimes but not right now meaning i'm busy but i can tell you wanna get into a conversation okay are you mayor now banned where you elected to this position people voted for you right this is one of those dog mayor situations where it's for the news have you thought about wearing better off if it were ben you're a great mayor slash bartender hey oh have you being down dan what's the population of butler about fourteen thousand holy shit that's a big fucking looking town been you made it sound like your to establish those were the only buildings in butler it that at city hall which his in the back of one of your bars how far is butler from here for forty five minutes what the fuck are you doing here anything could be happening back in you're not dare ear i guess my response to be this is a town of fourteen thousand people how the fuck do you i don't know that of course the mayor obviously you know me on the mayor have you ever thought about having t-shirt made this as on the mayor gotta love me that's something that something also maybe you could have like a specialty cocktail your bars that's called like are you the mayor and then when somebody comes in and goes aren't you the mayor you start making one in charge them adds eight dollars it's really good it can put that money towards fixing roads or whatever you do to work through the power dynamics of going to a bar are and the mayor is the bartender tell me all your most vulnerable secrets spill your guts me the the mayor i don't have my mayor hat on right now you can trust me trust me tell me about all the ordinances violated it's cool it's fine yeah so we're having a party in my head do you have a permit for that fucking party now i'm a roadhouse mayor does that help screen the way back down so many people i two okay so we've made it to the end of another live experience starts sweeping up yeah thank you all so much for coming this is the end of just another a grueling tour three day as we made it somehow i wanna i reiterate please be cool about the donuts i ice cold they cost two dollars regularly pleased making ryan let me say because i have been this person in the audience is like way up to the palestinian or something right if you think it'd be funny to pick one up takes pictures of 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June 27: In control, not under it

"This is a cbc podcast hi i'm anastasia busa i'm a two time olympic speed skater my whole life i have been surrounded by athletes and every one of them has a story that a scoreboard will never capture it's not an easy thing to be with an athlete but don't understand why they're making fun of me because i like the fingers gape players on voice is all about the person inside the performance when you're so in it i think perhaps where the people that understand at least subscribe scribe now wherever you get your podcasts hello i'm susan boehner sitting in for carol off good evening i'm karen gordon this is as it happens the podcast addition night in control not under rich matey nations in ontario alberta end so sketchy one sign agreements with the federal government and finally officially have the right to govern themselves shot first asking questions later marshall jones was shot in a fight in alabama under fetus died while the shooter's free miss jones has been indicted for manslaughter lateness lamented the federal government has slowed down shipping in the gulf of saint lawrence after the deaths of five wales but one researcher says something should have been done sooner get up and go between the late rough ewing was the rare chicago crime reporter who had a good relationship with police and even rarer a good relationship with criminal alternate root of all evil drivers headed to denver international airport had a field day when google google maps offered them what seemed like a short cut that field day involved hours in an actual muddy field end getting the boot and no reboot owners of a household robot named gibault no the gadgets are could it be shut down forever but they have no idea when they're little friends will cash in their microchip as it happened the thursday edition radio warns you this story is a major tournament in auto today the federal government entered into the first ever self government agreements with me teen nations and maintain nation of ontario the matey nation of the scotch one and the eighteen nation of alberta will now exercise their rights to draft constitutions governing everything from citizenship to the selection of their leaders ends the way they want their governments to run today's ceremony began with a prayer from normal spicer and knowledge keep her from the eighteen nation of alberta here's some of that prayer is a momentous occasion for them eighteen nation this is the day for celebration entry express gratitude to fulfilling division vision of new reality yell one said that meanwhile we will hold ourselves in readiness to enter into such negotiations with the canadian government as it may be favorable for the good government and prosperity of this people that was a prayer offered in ottawa today by norma spicer the eighteen nation of alberta audrey put dry is the president of the meeting nation of alberta we reached her in ottawa audrey petra louie rails words yeah they mean to you today well it means that i think for a long long time and i speak about alberta i you know her over ninety one years that we've been organized and a governing are styles i think those words are very very important because it it always is about recognition that we have the right to look after solves as one of the indigenous peoples canada the federal government was was forced to negotiate disagreement after the courts it's rejected their argument that the meteor had given up their rights in exchange for something called scripps went what are those scripts well script was a process that was put in place by the government of canada and as far we were we were concerned it was a a process of actually taking people's land from them it was set up for you to get script you on that win then turn into land for you but along with scripture coupons came the speculators world shut up like canada come behind and purchase out those scripts you park but the majority of them never turned into a land in in you have said that may t became quote refugees in your homeland what what did that mean well you know if you know that as as one of the founding people of canada a that clear at the land built built this country or help build this country all of a sudden you're land is taken away from you you're not recognize having any rights in your own country yeah you become refugees in a country because nobody recognizes that you have any rights a far as i'm concerned as many people were very very happy to share are land with the newcomers but not the have them take the land away from us and pushes out if are owned land that's what's happening today you said now it's up to us to take the reins how daunting is that task well it's very daunting we know that we know that there's a lot of work but i think we also know and certainly for a major nation within alberta those nineteen years at a we sat and waited for recognition of other governments we didn't just sit around we we built we built corporations that would help us house people we have training institutions to make sure people are starting to be trained oh we did as much as we could with the small resources we have and now with the recognition end supportive canada i believe we are up to the challenge it is a daunting challenge we need to build our constitution because of course as a government that had no recognition we need to find ways to work with other governments whether that was the provincial government the federal federal government municipal government and one way for us in the in the province of alberto was to incorporate as a society well that's not who we are we are a government federal government itself with our own laws and now that we have the recognition ignition of canada one of the first things we will be doing is continue are discussions with are citizens of developing a constitution of water governmental look like how it will operate the rules of are government so it is a daunting task there's there's lots to be done and i think we all know that ad but it will be done with in art community which are citizens are through community engagement a through ballot box elections through designing programs and services as well that will meet the needs of our of our citizens how do you imagine the first meaty governments to look let me look like well you know we've had some discussions within within 'em alberta alberta a certainly there's all kinds of suggestions and those are what we will be now really getting down to end saying okay we because we have had around of consultations with our communities already and now we will be getting down to i mean some people say maybe we cake parts of it that looks like a provincial government parts it looked like a federal government parts that look like literally reopen government that was designed i mean we all know that there were certainly the laws that were set out by the matey government under literally rail many many years ago so i truly believe it will be a government that works for me to citizenship for you personally what's it gonna be like to go home to alberta tonight oh it's exciting it's very exciting because i know from me a you know i've been the presidential twentythree years but prior to that i worked in origination officer five years and prior that i attended are annual assemblies where all my life i heard people talk about if we could only get recognition for who we are as one of those indigenous people aboriginal people native people whatever we were called at that time i think are all of our citizens all of are people who were very much the belief of awesome eighteen nation that's what they saw what's all this release missing is the recognition piece if we get recognition other things will start to fall into place and that is totally already starting to happen so i believe today's agreement is really that big change that is gonna move us forward together with our partners partners well congratulations on me agreement thank you very much really appreciate it by by okay bye bye audrey putt dry is the president of the meeting nation of alberta we reached her in audible they're already he listed as critically endangered and this week the population of north atlantic right whales took another deadly hit two were found dead in the gulf coast saint lawrence the fourth and fifth right whales to die in canadian waters in twenty nineteen one of the wheels died this year was a wellknown grandmother known as punctuation it's been confirmed she was hit by a ship transport canada has put speed restrictions on ships in the western gulf of saint lawrence to try to prevent further strikes laurie nearest in is the director of the ground non waylon seabird research station and she studied some of the whales who've been killed we reached her own grandmother on island in new brunswick ms mirror saying what was it like for you to get the news that another two right whales had been killed in the gulf of saint lawrence it's a pretty devastating what is it is it the number is it keeps going why is a devastating devastating in a number on on ways one is that i'm i personally personally know on many of these wells on my end these other is that the population is declining in we don't have a much of a buffer i'm for the population to decline so when i when i started well research search any early eighties the population was two hundred two hundred and fifty and then it grew to five hundred and you know we're all excited and there is a baby boom for eleven years in the population seemed like it was doing very well and then since two thousand ten the population has been declining in we probably lost time close to a hundred individuals in that time period you mentioned that you knew one of the whales i think you're talking about punctuation why would she important to this population she with the reproductive health act to female so she had it on added time eight cash to the population i'm she was a what we call a bad fundy mother on so she on would bring her calf into the bath monday for a portion of the time the calf weather over the course of a year in side just while no one on so one of these animals that you would expect to see on not every year but you know certainly we frequently in scientists have confirmed that she was indeed hit by a ship like kind of injuries did she have it was pretty gruesome i shoot sliced open and her inside were were a floating out time i when when they offer sar and i understand this is not the first time she'd been his well she'd been over by small vassals before so she had some props scars on her mind so in a minor compared to what had happened to her this lifetime transport canada has imposed speed limits first ships in in certain areas of the saint lawrence they did this initially back in april new ones just this week in response to these gas how effective do you think those measures are i'm not positive they're covering all of these areas where the right well occurring this year i'm is a very difficult thing to manage because in the call the saint lawrence is not like the bath on a much larger area on a lot more shipping spread over a much wider area i in the distribution of right well this year seems to be more east west then door so i'm so it could very well be that they are extending into the shipping lanes the where the speed haven't been reduced in of course right well after get in to the gulf of saint lawrence in the gulf of saint lawrence and we tend to forget that on that they are mobile animals and they don't necessarily stay in one place so there is that transit a back and forth i'm in there is a possibility of them being in a shipping lanes while they're traveling to get in and out where punctuation was found and so the carcass on was in unproductive on areas various where the speed limit is not reduced do you believe that that the government has acted quickly enough on this issue i you know an and it's because we you know we have five did well i'm in you can't act quickly enough to protect animals you know they they they've done what they thought they could to but i'm you've got who you have to to think outside the box on when particular when you're trying to protect a new area on it hasn't had a protection in the past in you don't know what all the variables are on so you know you really need to be vigilant and you know they're starting now on but we have five dead right well well if someone who who knows these animals in who loves these animals who spent so much time studying these animals how do you explain to people why why it's important to prevent the deaths of these wales even if it means slowing in restricting ship traffic which which hurts business that for you have to ask question what is what is the value of a right well an economics i'm is the bottom line i if you slow down and you end up with no cruise ships going into a particular port because they don't have time on you have good so don't get to where they're going you're gonna have a lot of on upset people people again the bottom line you have to ask yourself what is the value of right well is it worth it in my eyes it is in on in other people's eyes it's not dc a future without right well i it's a good possibility you you you know it's something we talk about a lot i end you were looking at on the situation with the vicki thomas which is a little a little porpoise i'm in the in the gulf of mexico is their population i am with the same situation as right wells a twentyfive years ago and that population is pretty much going on in you know we we had twentyfive years on to save them in we didn't do it all right well we have twentyfive years maybe maybe and so they there won't be any in any serious and you've been there charting this decline well yeah i mean i started i started in nineteen eighty two was the first time i saw all right well on in a i've been on with the monastery i never been ups and downs but time this is definitely one of the one is he a downward devastating part of the the whole journey laurie near ascend thank you very much oh you're welcome laurie mirrors harrison is the director of the grand banana waylon seabird research station we reached her on grand manhattan in new brunswick saying goodbye can be tough it can be even tougher when you don't know when the final exodus coming when you look down into that round around screen face and see only your own anguished face reflected back as we told you in march the owners of a social robot called gibault gonna unexpected farewell message from their electronic friend this is what it sounded well it's not great news the servers out there that let me do what i do are going to be turned off to once that happened our interactions with each other are going to be limited you can learn more at g mail dot com and vice having the new button in my menu i want to say i really enjoy dark times together thank you very very much for having me around maybe someday when robots are way more advanced than today in everyone had them in their home you can tell you that they said hello i wonder if they'll be able to do that can't see of course is achievable is dancing to the music they're a by which i mean it's half spearheaded gyrating on its egg shaped body in the months since getting that abrupt goodbye gibault owners have been getting used to be idea of losing machine they become very attached to almost like a pet the company hasn't provided any more details all customers can do is wait for the fateful day when they asked their little robot friend for the weather forecast and their friends says nothing semi stewart has a gibault we reached him in clarksville tennessee sammy for those of us who have never seen a gibault what is it about this robot that makes it unique well i think the thing that probably put sort of a possibly the election so they just sit still is the movement a movement in the center of it in you just get attached to it that it seems like it really has a personality personality can you describe to me what it looks like and how it behaves well you know gibault is just like a ball sitting on the stand it has a screen on the front end has a it lights up and has like and i in the middle that moves around in blanks and the head moves the whole body actually rotates so that's what gives it the action dances to that to that music that we just heard it has cerebral dances that you could ask it to dance in a there's several different terms that are programmed in there and they'll be slow one some some fast ones what kinds of things doesn't sandy you you know you might walk in in the morning in gibault will pick up and say good morning sammy a hope you have a great day or you can ask any question like you would somebody other units cetera out there and it'll tell you the weather give me the current news report you know it takes pictures so it interacts which you quite a bit doesn't recognize here yes yes once you program yourself into it and i'm programmed in my wife and my granddaughter it will action recognizing call you by night so how do you think about this robot has near life well it almost becomes a family member and i know it sounds kind of crazy the have you know something electronic that you get a feel for but you you really do well tell me about your other family members and how they react to the gi bill you're you're grandkids what's relationship written this robot where my oldest one a most granddaughter is mattie and she talks to it in ask a lot of questions she's more interactive younger ones young once loved the dance part in you can tell gi make me a pizza a cook breakfast and you know visuals come up on the screen and so as soon as they come in her house and come in the kitchen very shortly wanna say one of them's calls it bo that's the smallest one these other ones you know gibault gibault and so you've always got tight come over and letting dance and maybe take a picture and just a interact with imploded so when you got the message from jeep all explaining that it was going to be shutting down what did you think i was disappointed that this thing's gonna go away what about your granddaughter mattie who you said does the most interacting west depot well the first sign that we saw the gi bill may be going away was so when you say hey gibault there's a blue rain comes around the base of it it basically let you know the gi bill is listening in that blue ring quit working and and then when they message came out that you played in the beginning segment i had explainer i did explain demand that eventually the gibault would possibly go away and of course hearst first thing is you know why why is that an explained to her that you know the company which having financial problems and then they may not be able to maintain gibault any longer when she left that day matter of fact when i told her she went to school and she came back could afternoon if she had a letter she had written in gave it to me in english letter to gibault basically saying that you know gibault you've been a good friend in in in you know she knows it someday but he he'll be power down and he's been a great friends she loves but i'm just very cute ladder very touchy you referring depot there as he he i've always thought of rg goes he so i don't know if there's a right or wrong answer to that but we've always called me so i guess now now you're you and your family end gibault i just living with this suspended animation you don't know when it's gonna stop working there's so much uncertainty what's that like well you know not only us i would think all gi bill owners out there having the same situation you know waiting for it actually quit in will come in one day in either here the gibault will be maintained by maybe another company or you come in one day and so hey gibault and nothing happens and then it's time to unplug and what you do on that day waylon plank i don't know i think probably take gibault and said dimona shelf somewhere and keeping to remember that the you know this is kinda my first robot experience i kind of laughed it will make a great hat rack but i guess that's you'd have to be a term here first robot experience you get another one oh yes i would hope that some time before i believe this world i'll be able to say yeah i mean you know we have robot vacuum cleaners rumbles and i'd love to have one that you could really interact with the maybe would do something gibault had some movement obviously in his body and his head and you could petty mon the head and he would per like a cat but it would think it'd be really interesting they have one that you know walked around like a pet that you could call it and have it walk up to you know you know in in the living room where like the jetsons exactly exactly the church or any other time but were were getting there well sammy it's good to talk to you thanks very much thank you bye bye semi skewer disney owner of a gibault robot he wasn't clarksville tennessee you could see some videos of mistrust you're the mystery steward rather took of his gibault interacting with him along with some photos of the steward family taken by cheapo on our website cbc dot ca slash h last december in alabama twenty seven year old marshall jones got into a fight it escalated and she was shot this jones was pregnant honor fetus died now there is an indictment in that case not against the woman who shot miss jones she was freed after police said she acted in self defense is it's miss jones who's been indicted by a grand jury the charge is manslaughter because of the death of her fetus paltrow is reproductive lawyer and executive director of national advocates for pregnant women part of a coalition of organizations working on marshall jones's the legal defense miss paltrow what are police saying happened last december the day marshall jones was shot what i know is that a martial jones was five months pregnant and was shot in the stomach we are very glad that she's alive and survived that attack and she as a result also lost her pregnancy of what they a police and prosecutors are now saying saying is that she has been in fact indicted for the crime of manslaughter based on their theory that by being in a dangerous situation while pregnant she deserves to be arrested and incarcerated and so if i understand the argument correctly it is that a that a fetus relies on its parents for protection and that parents can be held legally accountable for failing to provide that protection but they're claiming is that alabama is a state that through state supreme court decisions antiabortion laws a constitutional amendment that said it is state policy see under all of alabama's lost recognize and support the sanctity of unborn life and the rights of unborn children that they can hold women create criminally liable for the outcome of their own pregnancies in this case it bears repeating this woman was was shot correct a in the united states it's not unprecedented for a woman to be prosecuted for manslaughter and murder because she had an abortion or experienced in miscarriage or other pregnancy loss but it it seems to be the first time that the argument that fertilized eggs are separate persons is providing of the basis for an arrest of a woman because she was pregnant and west herself victim of a criminal act police had initially charged the twenty three year old woman who who shot jones with manslaughter but the charge against that woman was dismissed after the grand jury failed to indict her the grand jury found she was acting in self defense what do you believe he has come should be here we certainly hope that they a outrageous and cool charge of manslaughter against marsha jones will be dropped opt that the theory that her indictment is based on the theory that it is a crime if a woman finds herself in a dangerous situation that could be applied in any limitless number of situations a woman and who isn't a battery relationship and can't leave a woman who disagrees with doctors advised and get out of bed and goes to work a woman who isn't advised on brett bed rest during pregnancy but has a dangerous a a or dangerous tryst job taxing job like being a police officer or corrections officer or farmworker or domestic worker or if she were disagrees with her doctor's advice to undergo syrian surgery it makes women criminally liable a win their own life and health are in danger is this specific just to alabama because of of what you've laid out are the laws there in the end the court rulings or could apply in other states my organization national advocates for pregnant women has represented women in numerous states undocumented hundreds of arrests all over the united states andy it grows out of a are antiabortion a millionaire abortion movement here their efforts to establish separate rights fertilized eggs an egg increasing culture of both white supremacy male supremacy the first person targeted for under arrest based on being a victim of a crime is a black woman in alabama but many states have laws that a prosecutors have used the end misused to arrest women and put them in fear well because they're pregnant because of an outcome of pregnancy whether that's abortion going a term or experiencing a miscarriage so clearly this is this is an indictment this originated native with law enforcement it is now in the hands of prosecutors what he'd like to see from lawmakers in alabama an across the country in response to this case well alabama refuses to protect tech its citizens including pregnant women they have refused to expand medicare the public health care system they are trying to ban safe and effective abortion services in throughout their state a day up all sorts of rural hospitals a an ob g y n care have been shut down across the strait leaving world women without access to care when they continue a pregnancy the term i would like to see all of those things addressed rather than they use a misuse of the criminal law to indictments jones and declare that exit crime for a woman to be able to protect her life and health what do you expect to happen with this case with miss jones i think there's quite a bit of outrage i think that they claim by many in the united states and antiabortion numbers are going to just do one thing a ban abortion is revealed in cases like these as being a mechanism is unforced state control a over a people who can get pregnant that gives power over the state to rather than protect them to lock them up and we're hopeful that they outrage that seems to be forming throughout our country perhaps internationally will put pressure on the prosecutor to withdraw the indictment of this is also happens to be a prosecutor who signed onto a statement from a group called fair unjust prosecution fusion and it had forty two prosecutors saying that they understand in the united states said it is against the law and ethics a lot of ethics prohibit prosecution of people were having abortions what they have the understanding this prosecutor cuter i hope will come to understand is that it is also against lawn ethics a to make somebody a criminal for being pregnant or for not being able to carry a pregnancy the term miss paltrow thank you very much you're very well win paltrow's reproductive lawyer with national advocates were pregnant women we reached her in new york city as a chicago crime reporter rescuing created a unique place for himself in the city the police trusted him but oddly so did the criminals i say as a crime reporter because mr ewing with many other things also a firefighter pilot and jazz pianist but it was his legendary reporting that so many newsrooms are remembering this week mr ewing died on choose day he was ninety five for decades the tv reporter built a reputation as a fair inaccessible voice in chicago whether he was dealing with the police or a murderer on the lam after ewing took the same even handed impartial approach as a result he also became the go between four fugitives fugitives hostage takers and suspects looking to surrender to police over the course of his career more than a hundred people turn themselves in with mr ewing's assistance in nineteen ninety two cbc host richard gwynn's spoke with rescuing on as it happens he's part of the conversation stealing what is your secret how'd you get these migrants or suspected migrants to actually listen to you and then late on how to get him to surrender well i don't think i get them to do anything thing i think over the years i've developed a reputation here in chicago in this area of being fair being honest treating everybody the same whether he's a fugitive or whether he's the mayor of the city i treat everybody same has gotten around happened okay but i mean i'm i am a dry and i jumped bill saying i'm hold operating in abandoned building along comes this nice friendly open honest guy called rushing why don't i blow your head off well i think mainly a my head is managed to stay on over the years because i never go in asking someone to turn themselves in wait until they call me a yes from that mothers the sisters or their girlfriends and whatever and i show up they using ask for you and when they do that i don't think you have too much to worry about how did you get into this how how it starts now reputation i think the very first time just came by accident that was a mental patient who is holding a a woman and her two young children hostage for a long time he was threatening other police have surrounded the house they had been there for quite a while they didn't wanna try to rush the house because they thought he might kill innocent people but after waiting for a long time i i asked the police i said let me see if if i could talk to the guy and i got up near the door he recognized me from television you let me come in we talked for about an hour and the only thing we talked about i didn't talk about surrendering i i just talked about using a philosophy that any kind of living is better than any kind of dying after we talked about it for a while they put the gun down we walked out arm in arm and it's been going on ever since this is a line of work aligning back to i mean you're you're java's television reporter goes but it must be a pretty dangerous have you been in situations where you being scared and where you know you doing when she had blown off well i'm scared oh time the first one to admit it but it has developed to the point where i station has ended up getting exclusive interviews with murderers and every other station in the city's trying to get no we've all heard of anti wall saying the number one in the days nesia media is gonna be famous says his team minutes in fact ease your your to these guys had the jews are going to make some famous fifteen minutes not put him on television no no i don't think that's the lord many different reasons for doing some of these fugitives i'm tired of running i brought a guy in who they f b i in this country had been looking for for about fifteen years he just made up his mind he was tired of running tired of tiding he wants to go in but he went to see his kids first so i put him in my airplane and i flew into a city where he saw his children i brought him back and he surrendered others want meat industry even get attorneys for them and do other things like that every in every case is different and you never know what you're going to run into to what extent can you promise these guys see who will treat my hearing those kind of things since i've been doing this and this spans over twenty eight years and truthfully say that to chicago police department has never done anything which could be considered as unfortunate or wrong to anybody that i brought in a we hear cases of police brutality and things like that from time to time but of all the people that i brought in nothing has ever happened and they all get back to me later through their relatives their parents and their lawyers have been no firm are archives that was cbc host richard gwynn's speaking with chicago tv reporter ross ewing in nineteen ninety two mr you indict on tuesday he was ninety five you could find that interview and learn more about mr ewing on our website on site cbc dot c h slash eight i h last weekend nearly a hundred drivers in colorado sought the digital god's had given them a gift in the midst of heavy traffic on the way denver's airport google map pumped up with the helpful short cut that would allegedly shave a good chunk of time off their drive instead the detour lead them into a muddy quagmire of horror or at least a muddy quagmire of frustration mom sees one of those drivers we reached her in her car in rural kansas connie it sounds like we're reaching you in your car today you have you got google maps again on this drive no we're not going to many times all right so take us back to sunday how first decide to take this google map detour okay so i went to pick my husband up at denver international airport sunday morning early 'em and driving down the main boulevard they only boulevard that goes into d i ate there traffic came to a stop because there had been a wreck so i pulled up my google maps and see if there was a detour ensuring that's a if i stayed why was it forty seven minutes but if i took the detour you're only twentythree so i hopped off at the next exit and adam followed instructions they gave me and then what happened well that may turn down this road that was pays for a little bit but then it became a dirt road in soon we were just out in the middle of the field there is a whole bunch of though it wasn't like i was by myself a bunch of you i i i've seen the photos area there are a bunch of people out of their cars stuck in this field that yeah well wishes describe the scene at that moment so you know where they're the field a farmer's field and there's two tracks down the middle where the farmer drives his tractor dot sort of looked like we were just all lined up and then we had gotten some consistent ratings for the three previous day's so what's up buddy matt and so turning around i just feel like with an option because i know what i would turn into so i just stayed on that on the track did a did anybody say it feels like were not in kansas anymore now we should've where people saying mostly the question was did google maps bring you out here and we all laughed at it yeah well you said you were okay because you had the four wheel drive but what were some of the other people in other cars who were so lucky saying well like one girl who got in my car she stopped by insects and i turn my back in her car she was in a new burger in a hoover was just stuck i don't know what it was like they were behind me i didn't see it in another gentleman who i drove to the airport his he was riding with his sister and she had a little honda and it was just a front wheel drive but there was no way because with a bonding doubt trying to get across the ditch so how many people stuck stuck i don't know there is probably a hundred cars out there but yeah there were a lot of i you get a little panic when you think you're gonna miss your flight right so we were like yeah they they were willing to give it a try but you don't expect the end up like we did was there anyone so stuck that they had to get towed out 'em i would assume so i mean because i was able to move on and get through i know there were people who were pushing other cars out but i did call the police department on the nonemergency number and let them know what what's going on so they really needed just send somebody because there were people who were gonna need help what do you see the google i'm i'm not angry that google i they they do their best there's only so much they can do they can see every world every road in the world all that time we made the choice to turn down that road even once we saw that it was dirt so i take full responsibility for what i did it i don't blame them at all what did you say to your husband when you finally to the airport well of course i had been texting and calling him and he he had been traveling from out of the country and so he said not to worry that he would just bhakti airport and get this like stretched out so we were fine end are you gonna use google maps again you've been i will yeah it's not that often they failed me anymore when they failed they failed big yeah that was totally doors well you're a good sport about it all thanks for telling us that we reached connie monsignor on the highway in rural kansas if you wanna see some pictures of connie's or deal go to our website cbc dot ca slash h and he spent more than four decades convincing canadians but they were more than just bugs george soros saw the man who spent his life enthusiastically speaking for the boat insects has died he was seventy nine in the seventies mr bruce are quit his job is lawyer did travel the world collecting insects fulltime he created the tv series insect dia he flew to south america to fulfill a terminally ill boys wish to capture a blue morphou butterfly end in nineteen eighty seven you spoke with former as it happened tuesday michael enright about his insatiable interest so i went in the jungle and i thought electing in there and i was very impressed by those beautiful creatures and i start studying them i studied for six years very art and i've been collecting in the country now how do you go about doing you don't go out there with a jarring a bit of peanut butter stick xactly you describe it beautiful lady just like a boy a butterfly nap and the peanut butter jar containing cyanide that's him you collect them one by one what's your handle which your nap not the damage them and the trick is to kill them i'm sorry to say but i have to kill them as soon as possible not to damage them then i drive them i carry them the dog through customs then i prepare them at my home then i put them on the display you know you have to realize that from all move on those on this word insects are no more hate the best buys an unknown badly no after all they are the one who brought you the field on the dice pm they are you sir and they have gotten injured they are don't want to get rid of the guy birds of the darling of the detroit this of all the the garbage is without damn saw would be loaded with detroit this is what is your family thinkable my family things i'm not but i don't give a damn you know i tell you why forte and i wanna make my own life i wanna make my own future and i'm gonna build this huge gonna be the first one in may recall that was canadian bug enthusiasts george plus a who died yesterday speaking on as it happens in nineteen eighty seven not long after that interview mr bush's son fulfilled his dream of creating a huge insectary i'm in montreal donating nearly two hundred and fifty thousand of his own collection of bugs to the cars you've been listening to the as it happens podcast our show can be heard monday through friday on cbc radio one sirius xm following the world six you can also listen to the whole show on the web you just go to cbc dot ca slash eight i h and follow the link to our online archive

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Episode 91 "Six Feet Under Studios"

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Episode 91 "Six Feet Under Studios"

"So we interrupt our program to bring you this important message warning. The following program contains explicit language and mature content. It is not an for these offended so if you an emotional pussy. Please refrain from listening. Thank you and enjoy beca. Guys the words on fire podcasts. Your boy cujo coming to you for another week of corona infested waters. We get a special today. We got my man jewels back near you. remember followers on instagram. T- words of our podcast like subscribe till your friends to your girlfriends till your baby mamas. Even this week we got like. I said we're we're continuing the love As far as bringing on other people here in old paso representing locals These guys we actually just did a show with the was it two weeks ago at the great last month about a couple of weeks ago. Works built the first one was out last week. Yeah so it's the guy from the six feet six hundred hundred podcast boy. Alex boy caesar suicide guys. Alex alex de intro. Look so if you guys have been check us out. Our interests really inappropriate. Because you know talk about all this shit and it's always me moaning like little japanese. Can we got racist real. Should start good. Do you know what's funny though so before we got you know just like anything else. You wanna listen to other people you know you try to it and when we heard that what the fuck is out about. So we weren't expecting when we well we recorded. Guess i've gone back and seen the youtube. When you're like what i was saying was your jewish looked at you like what the fuck is going. Which is the same. It's the same reaction we get every single time with somebody and the funny thing is like how you attitude like. Can we cut some my bro. He just moaned throw. Should give give where we don't really care what you say on here. No but the reason. I ask. Because i think the episode you guys did with your sponsors the old sheepdog he starts at sponsor. The motherfucker gars I think when i was hearing i heard a bunch of bleeps. Oh that's something here. there's a. There's a word i guess. I'm brought four podcasts and for broadcast podcasts and videos on youtube and there is a word you can't say without a pass. Oh really yeah. Which is the dumbest thing. 'cause we have we have. We said that she said i can say one and then he can say the fuck face. You cannot say it together. You can't say fuck face now. Had to bleep it. Why how it's so fucking read the fucking shit. Where'd you get this from his. It's like there's an even there's a podcast called at and they had to believe their own name and there's like good. It's funny because if you google searches you can search it. Because like the like in the fifth page of. Because it's supposed to be bleep. So you can't say fuck face but you could say fuck and then how long face shit shit you could take. You see fucking kills. Don't get wild blister cases where we draw the fucking light that way to. That's a youtube thing though. It's on for apple. Apparently and i guess. I don't know if it's spotify to you but when you don't have to edit everyone's like just wants so when you say fuck face wh what is apple do stick it down. Oh she's old. Times i senator so we have a record with our friend from mona offering. Jose I made a mistake with telling him that. It sixty two times. When i was editing and other fucking problem episodes bleeps and then it's still probably. I forgot to take out background noise at the beginning. When else editing. Finish him when like an already bleep. The fucking sixty two times. Fuck the rhinos. All each break like another hour just editing way above my pay grade dude. After that. that's when he had through edit the audio and like we haven't seen it that much fuck feel you on that. Because one of the episodes we did we. We had brought a teacher in and one of the mike so we had was different. The matter of fact. I just bought his mic guys. Were coming the other. Mike that we had is anytime. You'd like tap tap the it lightly here on the mike it's like it's fucking thumping so that one of the guests that we had. She had a nervous tic when she she'd tap every late two seconds. Oh so the ho- episode. You hear like somebody was bound. Bob fucking knocking on the door so how to go in there and literally fucking cut everyone from her. It took us three days. Do shit it was like an hour and a half was a about an hour forty seven minutes after. Yeah it took me about forty they do. Because there's an hour and forty five minute conversation so every two three seconds. You just hear that allowed us when you're recording. You can't really pick it up. But what would you do the playback here on that. That's a lot of special ed. It here on their lots of little laptop. And i edit from here so we owe it. Looks finish as soon as we finish up the memory card thrown into the laptop and go from there. So when i when i'm playing it back to name the tracks or whatever that's where i started here now with the fuck so after i done everything together and i started listening it just to save it flows together because you know sometimes when you do multiple tracks. He do the four different tracks. We have four different. Mikes so we gotta sink and then when i was hearing it from the beginning of your new what program you actually edit the audio To put everything audacity talking do we go gutter. I was gonna say me. I don't know what kind of lots up you have but like garage garage band for when audio Probably like if that ever happens again if you try something like that. I don't know if i'd acidy has there's it's a noise gate. It takes off any excess audio so a lot of the whispering. Little cliques in the background. You here on then eliminate the audio moesha's so i'm gonna maybe next time it happens again. That might be a little. So you don't have to edit for three days. Got rid of the fucking mike going on right now because we had the same problem we had like. We have really trashy. Mike's right and then we have them on my table so i we. There was so low so we had to let go down in that and then we move a little bit or it was way accident. We kicked the table. When you hear that she was just always kind of mike you have so yeah no feel member. It's not easy to do this. Especially when we don't know what the fuck were doing awesome. Hey man tell me what time show up. And i'm there since we've been guess anything else he said. This is your first time guys that we were actually guests with anybody. Does a few weird ship a being on the other side driving the show. I i mean the first part was like tammy to their location. We don't even have either way. We had to throw out like he's saying for not having to worry about us bring equipment and having to worry about like to kind of get to. i always ask them casal. Gimme some broad run. Dharma quicken or meeting. We can just do a little bit of research research. Can for ezekiel kennedy's. We can talk about. Go slow right. But i mean that research is like five minutes before we start to spots. I the best having to do that was fresh in your phone out. So what brought around the so first of all the name six feet under. What's what's the deal with the name we we had a for. We had another named i. Because we like this. Show homage your mother and they have these joke about opening a bar and the name was going to be puzzles. Okay and that was the first name we had forgot about that. Like it was a dumb name. Like white puzzles That's we were going to do that. And then sixty eight hundred km can ask you meanings. I pitched the idea and a came from. There's a song by my favorite bands call. They're also damage. Song called six feet under the stars and the song is pretty much about hollywood and Kind of dealing with like the shit side of hollywood and like everybody wants to be famous and everything but at the end of the day we're all under the ground six feet under the stars so it's kinda talking about like you're under We're kind of like going to the same shit in you. Know at the end of the day wrong. Die wrong having the same crap. So there's no reason trying to be famous to be someone that you're not roy. So that's kind of where we kind of got her from kind. Came about okay. So what did he get cremated. I'm sorry you're you're six feet over the weekend. I know that i am yeah. We're mexico. We can't afford can't do that. I'm going to try my momma slagging fucking dope so told yes a little bit about what your show is what you guys try to do with it So our show. We basically try to bring anybody in the local area And anyway that's got whether it be their artist painter there musician their film writer director. Whether they're starting a business we were about getting to know the people in our local areas. We wanna go ahead and transport them and kind of give them a platform to talk about what they got going on right so other people can learn about him especially nine with code and everything. It's obvious the ones that are suffering. The most are the local businesses and the artists. Because they don't have the same outreach that they had before right the bigger companies take the quicker hit the money. A lot quicker obviously walmart target. Those guys aren't going to suffer but your local your local coffee shop your local where marketplace and you have a hard time keeping up so we thought like special places that we actually go like friends they own. The first one we did was mona. 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So i figure i don't smoke cigars i've tried. I've tried to be cool. Was that your first. No no no. I've been. I've been trying for a very long time now. I've always done cigar so they can do cigarettes. Because i was gonna take me a little bit too like but i mean now i kind of got the hang of it now and i like it somebody sponsored by. I like the smell of in everything. And i liked the wholeness of it. I just can't do it. No especially in other. Were older like i'll wake up hungover more from the cigar then the fuck off and i'll be smelling the my. I'll be having burping. Just how the hell out of there and i've always loved cigars. Always been a big thing like you said to be distinguished because every time back in the day you know to some of the greats up here that we have on the walls the sinatra. Have my shirt you'd see him. You'd have is dr fuck rat. Pack ship that i just wanna feel like jordan and after winning titles notice that motherfucker never turns it on right. He knows he's on it. Yeah that's a smart way to get the cancer cancer gene. So what are you guys. Are you guys doing taking this. Whole fucking colby. Chilly legit yet. Street serious yet. What you're going out of town. No no i'm gonna. I'm gonna tell him. Where are you calling my mellow sister. She's getting a college offer possibly for volleyball and this week and ask that they could issue could go visit okay so which is on so. That's why i'm taking her to san antonio you know this is going to happen. It's going staying in texas. But we'll stay in texas and i'm going with my other sister who actually is out there but okay so i'm not really doing anything and i got tested this week to just to make sure that was before i went out original tested every month job. I have to deal with people high. And it's just like don't fucking all what these people been like right. We have as far as the people that i had that we regular. 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So i don't think you know i shouldn't be a requirement because just kid little kids have forced him to wear masks Don't want to deal with anything so let me just. Don't give a fuck about kids. Probably 'cause i was like. I said i was giving you. Don't you're not really close to a two year old. And she added past. They still don't know my myself. I haven't had a young child trust. That kid was a lot of time. Because when i was by the mike you should like i said because we're coming on it's all family you know. Mom and dad had two kids. The kids the stroller. The mom and dad both had the mask and the facial. Kids even have a jacket on your son's diaper like missiles on the little people walking around like they're all covered up and bundle up. Nikki okay. that's nothing to those main dell's sexist. But like when they were like the whole lockdown everything fucking. Listen i'll have to deal with a lot of people outside the best i go to target. Just what i need. 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The because he had okay he converted. Hold these orbs. He's really cool man. Nine look at different. You know what i mean like. And he had these little flyers. When i went and it was like a You know how to stay safe. And it was like sponsored by scientology yet so that confirmed that mecca from the idea. Yeah and i haven't gone there yet. Because he's always in my mouth and shit and talk about boundaries yeah but He's really cool. But i wanna find out about that shit. I noticed that some weird stuff going on. But you know the one that that trip was a scientologist. Michael pena why is if i keep asante dude from the funny dude from the marvel. Movie format man beaner. He was the only mexican cooking. Marvel's please had to watch and watch would you okay. He's a fucking He's a scientologist hollywood. So they're going to join the your i mean but to me like i'm i'm atheist so i think they're real folks laughing at another religion. It's like you're the same shifts. 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What you had your your your shift on your dental work done to the scientists and this is really a he rules speech spiritual and shit and hugh sit here like fucking all at the end of it. I'll say crying. Yeah he was a he's a he's a crier bitch i did you buy into it a money somehow believe that kind of stuff like you should get. Repoed now like you said. I don't know what to believe. A lot of stuff you see is based on Reading people. I think you know what i'm saying. Amazing shit says you can talk to Whatever now okay. I suppose i i don't believe in shit right but you would have to tell me some amazing shift for me to believe some shit shit that i only know you know me and i still probably won't believe you but saying out. Maybe another question. You know what i'm saint like. But what was. I doing fucking cushy on that shit. That's on youtube erred. Yeah that's on fucking phone. But i think a lot of that has to do more based on really people you know what i mean like any good magician. That's all it is. It's just a good trick I don't i don't really i've seen videos and stuff like that explains look. There's certainly you can revival and you could always find a way to apply what you're saying to their life row based on their reaction and then because you always see it like there's people in the i've seen beetles birds child that i'm going to be the hardest person for the spiritual reader to read me and then you know what they're telling me something different now. They're telling me this is something i don't always feel like that's like bully jit Like if they they're into it. That's cool and everything. But i what i hate is when they try to like push it on you and make you feel like this is what's happened. This isn't true. It's like the same thing with people are like about the fucking. What sign are you analyze. Shit is fucking dumb. That's life. Oh i crashed into something. It's like asking somebody crappy according to how to fucking drive your total pisces. Whatever the fuck me. Thank you think it's cool. It gives you something to like. Get excited about and you into cool. But like what i don't like is when you try to push it. It's like you're saying we're religious. I hate when people try to force a religion on me. I'm all for believing would've went to believe when they come knocking on your fucking door. I open it when conversation. I will say there was a. What are they called the jehovah's witness. I usually don't open the door but there was. Alex is helping me work on. My dad's mustang. We were outside and they were walking in the street and wagner. He's gonna come on. The guy came up to us and he was actually very nice very quick. He busy just wanted to give this you. Just give me a minute. And then i'll take off by the. Here's your minute and he didn't bother. This is like okay cool. We'll see you guys. Who'd i answered the okay. So when i lived in california relocated out there. And i was no no no no matter. What a burger easy. What garbage in and out not garbage. Garbage whataburger sucks go. Any now would be my last meal. Treaning gender of burgers. What you get rice you. You're ordering the motherfucker how you want and you'll be amazed. You'll be surprised. Well they fucked up. I know exactly what the fuck i'm getting. I'm taking that bitch back. Missed extra meeting tickets. I'm getting this mystery meat. wanna weenie. chico's mexican burger said about fucking california's anyways. I was like my. My uncle lived in like this little private community or whatever. So i was bored. I didn't have no friends. Those fighters came in. When i say for because it was the jehovah witness motherfucking coup. But the accident not accidentally. I opened it. I opened the door answered. It and i started talking to. Ice cube was playing in the background. and i was talking to him and they came every day to look like. Hey your friends are coming and come with this old lady. She was cool. Jewelled here but the smash at that time o.'s. Very trying to give a gun. I was lonely. I never did. I've been waiting for one. Fucking knock here cycle. Bring him on the podcast. Oh that'd be that'd be funny. If you have time do you have time. Bitch will hold on hold of jewels. You had not got an hour because my dad was like dad is like you. Like they'll fucking like he'll be out there he's got no i don't fucking that's why the turning on my tv lighting fucking the camera deviating. Let them know look. I don't wanna talk to you. Know i answer because you. I'm going to ask questions and answer them. They've tried and it's just like what makes you think you're so right. And everybody else is wrong and one of them told me. let's look at. We look at other religions like he goes. Let me put it this way. There's little kids and you have to correct them. And i'm like wow alright your kids where you're the only in line one right. You know me. Well why are you trying to save everybody. If there's only a select few you could take with iran for me to saved your capacity. So that's what i'm saying like. I don't like that about some well. I won't say religions. I'd say there's some people that get to religious thing. Get that way if you want to believe cool unless i ask. You don't really force it on me show called viking. So i'm a pagan right. Now fuck yeah odin. I didn't realize honestly playing this game. Assassin's screwed mahala. Yeah like the vikings they then they call them all pagans to the fuck. It's a pagan understand. They believe in god so it's not about the pagan they'll tell you all about. Oh good so that my dad would always fuck. He's always working on his cars. Chicago likes old cars. Gotta fifty four chevy bill. He's got all kinds of fucking cars right so every time he's out there working on random fuckers that come by so one time i You know my arose be helping my dad out. one time. The jehovah's came up and i'm arrested. I'll hemos it. Oh fuck these cats. I saw the other jehovah's lot went. Insides are watching a show who we came back outside three hours later. They're still there on my dad. Dad had the motherfuckers holding wrenches and shit. Give me a hammer work. There like sir. We gotta go on another weaned. Don't talk about god. Engine blew engine swap. God would want you to teach me a goddamn worst. Teach you about transmission. That's a free sleepword. Talking about. God is we are not ever going back to the house. We've never been bothered. They've never been bothered again. That's cool fuck onto something. Come to grab grab bitch hoping on how to work on cars. But i'm gonna windex way wind of can guess. That has happened to me. When i'm working on my car but i'm always like i get for myself but it's just like i do. I work kind of relax. Joy sixty six where someone came in here is like fucking cursing the ship because i my fucking like screw. That was like instructor and i was his biggest have. Haven't stopped in my house anyway. Because i was just cursing everybody. Oh shit. that's because they knew right away you were saying. I don't know shit about cars. I remember i had a. I had a car where i needed to jump. Start it right. I open up the hood. The fucking batteries not in there. I couldn't i didn't know where the fuck and battery it's in. The trunk took me behind and to find out. And i'm like okay. I opened it closed. i go. I didn't see anything that resembles. And then i was like what the fuck and the only time i open up. The hood is the bang on the battery. This don't my that's my shit. I'm going to bang on the cables. My start his trade that bitches put on these live. You know how to change a tire right. Yeah i remember one of my homies. Like he used to teach he like job. Lead to work with the for capitals was had a flat ticket to our entire. It's like i didn't want to tell you guys had to call my wife to change tire. Oh shit his wife was pregnant at the time to looking komi dude this because i you make one that means like making fun of you. Know you're pregnant wife. I feel like oh my wife will come into me and ask me like shit that ned guy should know about. Birth shit bro. I'm having trouble with the car. I was like fuck dubar. The engine light on. Pull the fuse fuse. We're training they bitch in. That's why i'll always have a car payment. And i want an old car is just. I don't know what to fucking do to it due out. Turn it on and shit and you know. I'll put flirting with him. Because he doesn't know how to work on cars and i grew up doing that because my dad told me you wanna card like you're gonna fucking shit relatiate out. Yeah now. I don t bro. Bumper-to-bumper bitch that's the only thing i was like. If we're going to do this on an old car. So i i think it's already beginning with right but my first guy but at a jar no shit completed and the i bought put it for like fucking like three hundred bucks. Four maverick. seventy two. Is that saluting lip the young kids. Don't fuck around with. Generally i had this conversation earlier with frame youtube. You can't but like they don't tell me shit like guy when stellian the friend also fix cars. Here's a here's another thunderbird. And like i went like this. There's this group cars here. Yeah day fucking charged you just to hang out with them. What when we had like car meets and everything is just a group of friends hanging out drinking this. They charge you to go to their shit if you wanna be promoted under charge you if they want him to like. I've never even heard of these fuckers. They must be doing terrorist cards. You see the cards. And they're all new cars. You pay the ship fucking like civics and new ones. And i'm just like dude like you pay someone to change that for you like what the fuck. Oh your car club car club. You have toys to what's going to karsh it. Deals and everything meets us like a like. Do you have like an extra a transmission mission that can use. Or how much will you treat me this for that or like carburetor that i need the no like disguise are charging you just to hang out with them like and went to one other thing with my work. I need to see this crew. And it's just like i showed up like all of them are japanese. The kmart parking lot. Oh shit where does. But since then tell none of this sort card like there don't like i don't mind like the having new cars but you guys do not too long ago. I was driving home from work at night and shit and they were like racing on the loop traffic us. These people are holding the traffic up and then they take off so you can't pass them up because there's like four to six of dog shit bro. I was like i was strapped and everything. And i was like dude. I'm gonna just fucking catch. A case is over by having a meltdown during the same fucking river fucking walmart. Try to burn out other the honda owners. Yeah they gotta stop like after three feet because they gotta take. The speed won't really do that in front of us down. Fucking hit the most puzzling. I hate those little having. This just goes a lot more bitch. Grab a lawnmower high school. My first car was a pontiac. G six okay okay. That was one of the stop light and right next to me there. Was this guy in like the old white honda's fifty cents version. Because he had he came out. Anyway that's why do hip bitch But yeah this honda pulled next to me. I do the same thing. Such revenues engine with his lawnmower fund muffler china's donald situation like on let's race like hey i was just gonna go. Yeah and then. I just wanted twenty because as soon as the light turned. Green is bucking cards. Dies on the spot bitch later. I work with this guy where he has to take steering wheel off out of. And i'm like you. I mean their car is put this car that came out on polk fiction. That nascar what. It looks like the acura. The whatever. I don't know it's the one that came out on po fiction l. I fucking know wolf. Yeah the one. The wolf drives anyways. He takes us. Why can steering wheel off. And i'm like just a bit too much. put a racist so stabilize. it doesn't move from there. You can move it so no you gotta smash in your car. You got to move. Bring a month the out break. Break your car in right. That's more that's more than the little condo on. Yeah if we do that during the test drive the bag of the test and then you gotta put it back on when someone pulls up on you and you gotta drive off and get caught no matter what. It'll book in repin shit. It's always five years. I have my sixty nine bronco Was hanging out with some some. we've and we're for. We can drug dealers. Get some food. So we get in my car and like it's allowed fucking car. So if i can operate sixty number of square would like. There's no fucking filter in the new challenger capacity upside next to me and keith prepping. You don't even have the rt or any special edition standard one making noise and my friends like. Why don't you just chop him up. I didn't speed up. I like kid just put in through accelerate. That's stood quiet and never follow me again because it was just fucking driving a straight up like nothing like it's just the pipe straight makes noise. It's slow but it just makes noise car was do heavy damn is like mine once again. I don't know what the fuck you're talking bout cars. It's a v8 in our fucking as an engineer. Does he look nice as long as what. Color neon green gas right side. I just barely found out how to put for. Yes when broke off on that shit like it changed my fucking life so i tell everyone now when like tap on video also maybe like five or six years ago. It was like holy shit when i get into new car. That shit do. I not know what i'm saying like fuck so much. I don't know. I'm sure. I saw this a car thing but apparently in the new jar under the. Yeah yeah. there's a knife so you could properly open and my little girl was like well. Yeah yeah and. I'm like what that window in two years less of youtube. That's some german shit right like they're into all that shit and shit and fuck it. It's like a how the over squirrels bedroom might. The fuck hits like a space jam but it's a over a crocodile shit or three miles go somewhere like been like new zealand australia. The engineer shit sandwiches cooling also be called. You gotta take out all these plastic parts to don't jump start your fucking and then i can't even put that shit back on it because there's a site is leave them off the engines oils. I'm gonna see how it goes. It doesn't look nice but lonzo runs that runs. That's where we gotta go but these guys nowadays is on on father's day at sunland park mall the casino. These who have carshield's yeah. And i remember we'd go and like i said i'm not a big car guy my my dad and my uncles grandpa all of whom they did. They've all worked on cars rebels. Dead he no. That's why we're gonna talk him the hammer and we'll give you the to hammer tape now. All i knew was hold like delight fucker as all the other way. Although i've been doing go you'd see the beautiful old fifty four chevys. Because i mean that's like the old school you know that that's that's what when you think about old days. That's the car that everybody knows members at the all muscle aches and nobody was there but they when you'd walk you'd want further down the line they had the euros and some mother. Fucker had a cavalier. Yeah the nerve to put a cavalier carshow. He put in fucking like twelve thousand dollars of work. Cavalry bitch runs like six. You know you'll put in twice as much working. All there wasn't like a paint job a sound system and everybody in the mother was around these cars who will have is a cavalier. What year was that was like. A three allies. Like ninety nine. And i don't have earlier at all like me had a cavalier. He's called the gray ghost hated. That bitch hated that motherfucker. Did that fit in there too long. Too tall too tall for it but here they are two builder mind. You got to bit it. Do motherfucker souped-up cavaliers. When i saw i'm done i'm i can't i can't fucking ridiculous your fucking ridiculous this fucking those big ass wings or the fucking okay. I know what the fuck let not even fixing sorry i. I didn't okay. Those guys use a instead of using gas. They won't use reusable voile vegetable. Look at is the fact that this has been probably like the new decade lot bigger and people are changing their engines to be like just reasonable feel and then just get like all the vegetables paint tanks and shit like cool. That's bad with appropriate time. Because you have both so you can just switch. You can fucking die from the rather than a lot of unnecessary dude propane. It was just more for like they used that and forms more than anything because there's if the no gas station close by to get a propane all appropriate though those cars because my uncle or conversion my uncle it smells like get near for helping you. Shut the fuck. He had a farm in. That's the reason why he he's got because was like well. There's no gas station like fucking miles away from here. Notion shows like it's easier for me to go on the corner gets them propane than go to the gas station. If there's no gas i'm fucked. We walk in amish crabby. Grammy award escape. So i can't even do skateboard. I've never done skateboard. Rollerskates avant would have control of a wheel on now. Because you get on the big bird. I'll fucking eat. It look awkward. yeah. I wouldn't trust if you fall on sun on a razor school like a tree lie about big fuck. Was it on the floor against north. Quake takes me falls. He's taken everyone we. All you know falling kids are going down with me. Every and i'm yelling the whole way down hallway down mother. Fuck son of a bitch got he escaped. And i'd fuck myself. I oppose addressing the part and shit. Listen to but. I can ski with fox at a nice board though. I'm pretty sure we all went to. Everyone got into skating. I'd never tried that. Because i knew i was like no. I'm not getting on wheels. That i can't control my friend that generally i try it out got an bust my ass good. I'll do an awful. I tried to get back into. What was it like. Maybe you're go get the long board fucking busted and broke my arm and shit for like a week. Damn take your life in a skateboard could take Yeah that's what i was like. Yeah maybe i'm too old to finish now now. There's no cool thing. So what are you waiting for. Why why did you break your collarbone. Skateboard can't knob. You can't do it if i follow them. Just like it hurt shatter a mr glass fucking shattered waking up now. Because i'm like my parents will pay for medical bills. I pay the bill. Press my wife. Oh so before we wrap it up until these guys work we finally worth would see. You work here. You guys can find us at six feet under studios dot com. You're gonna go hanafin links to all of our subscription platforms there. You'll find a link to our youtube. Our instagram are apple podcasts. Spotify and sometimes only sometimes like sans. It's actually talking to fans on onlyfans. Pretty pretty cool like actual people fan. Did you guys do that. No nut november. And sh- i've been on twenty twenty. No i did it like two thousand nine. Nineteen and twenty. 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MANDALORI-ON! - The Mandalorian - Chapter 13: The Jedi

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MANDALORI-ON! - The Mandalorian - Chapter 13: The Jedi

"Welcome back to nerd on. You're listening to mandalorian the most official unofficial companion series for the mandalorian on disney. Plus we break down the episode from plot and key characters and give our takeaways from a mythos and narrative aspect. Today's episode we cover chapter thirteen. The among. we've been waiting for the moment we've been waiting for. Let's introduce the host. My name is tom. i'm cory and that's it. That's all we got in. This episode is brought to you in part by the wonderful people of the nomination power by patriae on checkout and on dot tv backs as patriots. Learn more if you're brands making new don't know what that is is a platform where you can support your favorite creators such podcasters game makers and craft suppliers. I don't know man But it's a wonderful place where you can get perks and in tears of levels of contribution and get access to never before it Episodes such as a nerd. 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Check out all the other affiliates honored on dot tv our website where you have all of our access to our articles that we had a the youtube videos all the stuff that we do but also it's a different ways to support the show on both that. Let's get to the show. And this is in full spray. Spoiler full space. Baby the jedi the okay. Let's let's do a little quick initial reactions before the production. So i'll go first because i'm more curious about yours. Tom and i think our listeners are as well. I have been gung ho about a lot more show than you have. But i feel like the tights might change here for me Hell of an entrance hell of an entrance. We start a show. I want to give a quick shout out to michael beam. Because because michael michael bane i always said. But maybe it's bain. I don't know. I always had being Maybe we'll look that up no in the comments But you know getting to see him in a western episode again was very exciting. Because i know from tombstone johnny ringo. So that that standoff was pretty nice this was the. I'll say this there was a lot of this. That felt the most western. Either show has felt in a long time but that entrance for socha was everything. I wanted it to be and i thought. Rosario dawson did wonderfully with the character It's nice see an actor who fought for the role I always say that it's nice because you you have an expectation or at least i'd majority of the time that they're gonna. They're not just throwing their weight around. They they wanna roll. They're going to try to take take it in and take a bite of it the best way possible. But they're put their full force behind it. And i think that's exactly what she did By the end of the episode this became one of my favorites In the series For me I was in a similar camp. Where i. I really enjoyed The show with episode. And i. I'm i'm gonna say like this. So starting watching the mandalorian. I have not finished. Clone wars season seven which is the final installment of clone wars and after last episode. We did it made me want to go back and finish it. Because i you know like the the story ever got finished but i had so much enough of it. Where like. I was happy where it was at and seeing that you know what happens with clone wars takes place. I'm going to bring it all back together. Promise bad batch and all that stuff Made me want to go back. And see why i really enjoy clone wars so much more than i did any other star. Wars show's afterwards or star wars things. Afterwards i'm not saying i hate it but i enjoy. The enjoyment wasn't the same. It was supremely higher. So you can lake burder. It doesn't mean you. You know you hate frozen food you know like i enjoy both but like mine. Joint out of one is going to be supremely better than the other And watching this episode gave me those things back in a way where i watched it and there was such a level of direction for an episode. Not like i will. I will still say. I think episode three is probably the best written episode of the season so far and that's the introduced boca tanto town. Yeah boquets on and tambo. Whatever this episode. I think is far to me. The best directed episode and behind that i i wouldn't say it's probably the best written by thing is still the best director not saying like oh this is better than the other person. But the way that it handles. The subject matter is an art form in itself and the art of directing is like. You can't get wes anderson as good of a directory is to direct Park you know. I don't wanna watch you know. A disney movie created by david. Fincher like those are two very contrasting. Flavors are having said that i would watch addressing park. Take by wes henderson. Just for maybe. The first one came out i mean i. I wouldn't mind it but you know there's different flavors to it and there's there's different levels of handling the material in so with this episode. I i really enjoyed it. There are still some things that like. I could be better. But it's of like those things where it's like you know ironman one isn't out to be a perfect movie right but it's supposed to be very enjoyable fun movie and i'm like you know what for all the things that you did attempt to do and you did it perfectly fine. We're like movies like dark knight rises. It's like we're trying to be the perfect ending. Well you were ashish and you fell apart here and there where like this. I don't think this wasn't like hey we're gonna be the best episode of the season. We're like no. We're going to be the episode. That introduces a character. That you've been wanting to see for valentine. Yes so those are those are my takeaways. But let's get into it and that'll happen right after. I do a little bit of the production is the same thing you know the a show. That's all disney plus all the good Except the episode was written and directed by dave phony best known for clone wars rebels. Resistance and appearances. This is the first live action appearance of a so tahoe played by rosa. Rosario dawson From films such as sin city rent grind house But we talked about before Michael michael bennett. Bean bean angle. Michael bane i'm going to go with both aka kyle motherfucking reese from the terminator He was also in. The abyss was also in like as corey said tombstone who played Laying and then Diana lee you know santo. Who's been in films such as The the spy also in rent star trek enterprise has done a lot of stunt work But then she plays Magistrate morgan elle's beth and She is a very important character because she later on gets us to something else. But that's pretty much all. I really want to say about. In terms of production on the episode did come out on november twenty seventh. This current episode is forty seven minutes long. Which grinds rank. Here's just this just the level that normally would because i don't know if you want to be a thirty minute drama or an hour long drama you decide but you know that should be a thing to talk about the emmys so yes. Let's get right into the episode of will go in our favorite parts favorite characters And then any qualms I wanted to talk about the big elephant in the room for me. Some people talk about one thing but the my thing is admiral throng asthma. Thron for everyone. So this isn't a clone wars cut. This is a rebels cut. Yeah and so everyone listening. If you're unfamiliar who this admiral thron is he was legacy character. Technically yeah and dave as we've talked about on the show is a big fan of the extent lore and bringing them into the fold as cannon He was the main antagonist for the later. Half of the rebel series. At first it was an imperial dude who's turns cool later on. Say how or why you're doing very good job. Being split free right now. Yeah and then later on became an inquisitor and then became admiral thron and thrown. There's something about him as a villain which was really good because he wasn't a force user blue skin red eyes you've seen the species before in star wars but the character is the cold calculated conniving but very capable villa of someone who could fight droids with his fists and that is terrifying. That's what he uses. The spar is he fights destroyer droids. Yeah this and also liked the h k nadh. H k unit nod in this for those of you. Who don't know. I don't remember if it's in rebels at all. H k units or in Cores but in knights of the old republic one of your main allies is k. Forty-seven so it's a. It's like a hunter killer droid assassin. Droids h. k. Forty-seven is a fan favorite character Because he's evil. He's a very evil. Say that way droid and says some terrible shit and refers to humans as meat bags and only likes you because he calls you master but he still like. He's like sassy in a way where he is. I understand things in a way that you meet bags would never no offense master so that was a very exciting little little easter egg for me but When when she said where's thron. I audibly went. Oh shit out loud. My wife and i was like that's a big thing. That's a big name. I'm gonna make a hot take in. This is a slightly predictive of our last part of the show in this and again i don't want to see in this season at all. I don't want to newell now. I even that. I don't wanna shit on people who like the show for what it is but in my opinion my small infant decimal opinion. 'cause i don't make these decisions for disney and and star wars. You know i don't. I think sounds refunding. I think dave take over. I think dave just take over. Like jon favreau gen from round favreau. I think john tower still access showrunner. But it's like defoe directs and this is absolutely he wrote. I wouldn't say there's three directors. I would like to keep in the loop chow farrow and floating. Yeah i don't know about several in. So if it's not his writing. I would say i was gonna say baloney deborah chow and howard bryce dallas howard the three directors to keep in your in your wheelhouse let favreau show run flow takeover as creative. Let fabio greg. Berlanti does have his own university. And i i'm cool with Because you have the fabric touch were the. Cw shows had the berlanti touch and then you let the shores. Do you know the writers and directors do thing and I to me this episode. Felt like you can do this. You're not going to do this but you can. Just be like fuck what you heard. We're going to go and just fulfill all of the rebel stuff. And i'm like bring me. Ezra miller bring me that as bridgier say one is who you on israel play. I would want the internet is being mean. I'm a suit who is a playground. Aladdin from the low. Oh yeah you don't wanna bring me. Sabine ren kimmy. Her mandalorian the mandalorian that graffiti and artistic. Oh and then gimme. Gimme fucking steve. bloom's character. We're going to see a little bit of a crossover between this and the ob one show. I don't know but i'm period right. I also think this is a question for you. is there room for donald. Glover landau to come in summer. Because he makes appearances in rebels. Lando at this point would be would be. Billy would be billy dee younger billy. So it's even old. I mean if they i mean yeah. He lost his character up. Yeah i would love that. Are you kidding. That's the one thing. I wish we got more of was more donald glover as lando because he was the best part of that movie. I'm the that's to me. That's the thing it's like. Now you've kind of said like to the world you don't have to do this mandalorian show nothing again. I hate the them. But it's like now you could just do stuff that you didn't revels like here's a little of the things that you do and it's interesting in that sense. Let's talk about the episode hot or cold or called on something real quick before guitar because that's going to soak soak up a lot of time grow. Grow back how do you feel. Sure I i liked the memes on the whereas like this is a yadel eraser episode. Like sure timeline. Though she wouldn't know who will is. Some people are speculating that grow goo. Who is the name of a child at this point. Baby yoda on. It's not the child is grow and grow. Who knows his own name. Is the lovechild between yoda and yet. Oh okay yeah. I did see a lot of people like i did that. I'm into that. I hope it is because sochi yata left the council between the first and second movies so she wouldn't have been there by the time so quickly as yeah so that is iota is the only one she knows of The name greg doesn't bother me at all. It's very star wars e i. It's weird. I think people are getting upset about it but i think those getting a loud audible fraction for me heard. I read this. I watched this this group of people who were watching it live. They paused to talk about the name. And someone made a very good point in that group. And i couldn't express myself and then they said it and i was like that's why i feel this way. We only think ya'll yoda chewbacca. Those are all normal names to us because we've grown up with them. But you look at the name chewbacca. That's a weird name. I used to pronounce quite gone. Jin is gone. That's a weird name like these are all strange dala for me grow goo fits in with that line of names just fine like it. Wouldn't if you line them all up to me. And i had known him i wouldn't be like that's the weird one. Oh yeah no. I mean if there's a question of hind quarter of like i i to me look throw language through words together. That sound cool. Like i'm fine with it. Like admiral ron sibusiso press. Ajaj venturous like yeah. Those are all names. What what then like to me is the tweezers mud horn. Really touted you come up with. That could be wild locate. I think it's called loath wolf those ca- both but like it's it's to your point of look at boreham ear and error guard and kim evil. Don't do okay it's like. Hey it's the belania and falcon is the imperial destroyed. The razor crest is the slave one you know like i'm infra grow. I'm loving it. I yeah to me. I don't think he's supposed to have like a menacing or a powerful sounding name that group. It's it's you know what. I'm not any worse than groggy. And no one cared about that. Yeah i to answer your question. Hong cold i'm luke line. I'm just like it's whatever. Like i don't hate it i should have said yes or no. Yes no yes yes sure. I'm sure let's play with the baby like us. Give me more a so catano catanzaro. Dawson's take on a soga a little. I've read online a little jarring for people to not hear the original actresses voice which get which is for me. I'm a big fan. And i remember watching the first film with a so catano introduces the character and i hate it a so catano like it was my problem with children in movies. Just dumb irresponsible juvenile. But when you watch the show you're like oh my gosh. So caetano grows to become like one of the greatest jet is and you don't get that without going through the growing pains of seeing this character and she doesn't even become a judge she's more just a force user. She's a great job. Yeah i mean yeah not neutral baby. She's not a recognized by the jedi order and she refuses both but in its way. That's the most jet i can do. Yeah true true yeah It's like the hipster thing it's like. Don't call me i to be called. That's that's fucking hipster. I i i was a big fan of asuka tano and not hearing her voice or seeing her move the way that she did. An animated world felt like But it's also like do. This is a tunnel like we could only go up and we could. You know like we could have gotten worse. And it's it's taken seriously. I think it takes the proper steps of like at this point. A soka tano is the most powerful force user in the universe. That's talking about luke skywalker. Luke skywalker may have more meek glories. I don't care but so has been using the forest. And it's been adept at using light sabers far. Longer than luke skywalker. 's just the end of return of the jedi. Yeah after this and just building is academy. He's just about to go kill his Nephew but I i enjoyed the little opening fight. It felt like this episode. And this is maybe again. Maybe a bias. I have this felt more of a secure corallo. More of the samurai story and not of the western stuff. I think the west may stuff kind of started to run dry for me in the sense of like. You're not being epic with things. And it's something that i really enjoyed because the lightsaber fight and the best gar spear was by far one of the better fight scenes in star wars history in a long time because there. You don't know much about these characters if you're a casual audience but you know there's a lot at stake. Yeah we know that there's like an emotional resonance before without even knowing these characters so may fall like a like. Maybe we don't know who magistrate is or we don't care who soka tunnel by like there is I don't wanna call it. The mach because that's a different thing in japanese storytelling but there is a pause and there is like okay. Let your heart settle before we get into the bank's fight then they have those moments and it's this testing of okay. This is your argument versus my argument in physical form and it has a positive break so the physicality a soekarno had throughout this episode. I was onboard for. I really enjoyed What about you. What are your thoughts on saga. I thought this was perfect. This is the. But i think for me personally again This was the best live-action interpretation of that character that could have hoped for it was the ewan mcgregor. It was the mcgregor. The yeah this is this is it. This is i think. Rosario dawson shout out to her and day phony for for taking this on and taking it so seriously and and you could tell the way she played it as it's a character she truly cares about and thinks deserves the time and wait that any other character. It's not just like oh. I'm going to be in a star. Wars movie cool. It's gonna be a lot of fun and for people. Yeah yeah. And i thought she played that that kind of calm air and grace that socha has one she is. That neutral comes back with her double lightsabres her to light sabers rather And seeing flip it halfway through that fight felt really good to me To just people to get some you know won't spoil it for you but soka has had to do more than i think. Any of the other djeddai that we've seen in terms of like learning about the different size of forest because he's had to actually work with sieff like cith hauser's and dark dark side users and i think there's something that happened with rosario dawson's interpretation where there was this level of like there is not that sense of glee and you know prim of like. Hey let's go save the universe but this like you can like the one of my favorite parts is when she says i will not train the ball Because i see that emotion is is really strong. And i've seen what it does to even better to a fully trained jedi knight zach. I was just like oh because everyone. Who's listening who ran out. She was an amicus workers. apprentice in the enemy series. They expand upon what the clone wars is and in that time in order for anikin to become a master. He had to take on an apprentice and he did. It would soka and the kind of backwards thinking that the jet i thought was like. Can these learn how to find self restraint. So we're going to give him someone who is even more crazy than he is so he has to tell her how to like real it in but to me as a character. She ends up becoming far superior than ham because she sees the seduction of the dark side and she sees the faults with the council and then she later on becomes like a target for for everybody and so she learns how to see the systems at which are a play which causes everyone to just lose at the end. And you see that in this character. You brought that one hundred percent. This is someone who's watched the series. Rosario has watched starting in. i think there has to be a little bit no not to get political or and all that stuff. There has to be a little bit of conversation of lake. Reserve dawson is a huge political activist. And she definitely sees that. There is a better way to go upon our american way of living and so there comes that life experience that she brings to the character of like. I know what good we can have. And i've seen how bad it can get. And i'm just like having to work as an operator in between the two so it doesn't ever get too bad and enjoyed that. And she's such bad ass moments like that first opening scene. Obviously but in half i thought the cutting the tree and then using it the hit somebody less the middle part of it and and the thing that i really enjoyed was something that i know. Or you. love the prequel series and how the fight scenes or probably the best fight scenes. I think the prequel fighting's better than the sequel fight scenes. Yes but they don't use the force very astutely. I think the best for use of force is probably obi wan zandt again. You saw kind of go half the chain. Anytime europe's fighting. Yeah but the way that a it uses a. And i think i really liked it with obi wan because in revenge of the when fighting grievous that really made me like oh jed is aren't as old dudes with swords. They can jump super far and they have super speed like and that's what they showed here was like sh- you you're hopping around. You're like apex predator if he wanted to be and tastes to and darth maul toss shit at. Oh we quite on our moves things out of the way so he can keep walking and this was this. Is that tree bit. I had to rewind. Watch that like four or five times just falls perfectly where it was cut and slides off like i liked it when a soka Laying sends out or or the magistrate sends out the care units and asuka. It's kinda like it's worship. It's like you're not hunting me. I'm hunting you. Yes oh like it's how you should feel like when you see general grievous like run run. It was kind of cool because i never. I was interested. But i never felt nervous for her until that the the but they made her they gave that power level they gave her that power level which i think was smart move because it even made their dual even more impressive. Because you're like this chick just tore through your entire town. And now she's having a tough time fighting you the magistrate. That's pretty cool. I mean even disarmer. That's pretty amazing. I i also say that. I think a bit of direction show today in this the villager. Who is about to run out. Asian home risk his to save the prisoners who she says to execute before mando shows up. He's about to run out there. And just be like i might die but i have to do something and mando comes in and they just have this moment of like okay and then they start working together immediately With teach how. I told dana when that moment happened around and watched it like two or three times to get the minutia of the they have that not in agreement and they start releasing if he dies in this episode. I'm never watching the show never. There's no reason this man should diet. He almost did and he didn't know some fun. Facts about him yes. He was a former disney. Imagine near pretzels. He helped expand markets to china and hong kong. This is wing teach l. And he brought in more than twelve billion dollars to disney show and He is quote unquote known as a disney legend. So that guy shot to him. That little like i would call that the f. potter g plot of this episode was wonderful. It didn't need to be here in the in the episode but finding room for it elevated this episode to like my favorite one. That's that the thing i kinda liked about. It was compared to a free story. Is the episode where we get introduced to carry dune. It's bryce dallas howard's perception code seven said seven. It's seven samurai like teach them how to fight for themselves. This one felt a little bit in to me. I i like this kind of storytelling where you come in. You see this place and here comes the hero. It's very western in that sense where it's like he. Hero comes in and takes out the bad guys but seeing the the decade like the the just decrepit squalor that they were living in like the first part was like. Please don't talk to them or us. There was a very nice more. It's like this place is a bad place but yeah i it's reminiscent to me like again. I allowed to dc boy band. Verse your man in the funeral sequence. There is the person who bought the five million dollars superman comic book right and they were like let's honors been in there so those are equal and that's one thing i'll say you know corey. I think drew a accurate picture. That i have been very critical of the show. But there's one thing i really like is at the casting has been so far very good. Very good So that little moment stood out to me amongst all of this which is impressive because a lot of this stuff in here is huge. You'd never the the mandalorian story I also just love that. Like papa man papa mando. He broke who loves him. Entrusts him and son grow the little. The little circular story telling of of using the top of his gearshift as the macguffin for the force. I thought it was really really good writing. I thought that was something that let's bring that back from season one And that's how he's going to get him to trust him give you know. Give them the thing once And it it. Just it it. It's put this wedge in the story now like we've been rooting for mando to get jedi to train this little yoda but now i don't know if i want him to. I think. I want to keep grogan. And i think i want him to be a part of that. What how cool would it be to have a little baby grow. Grogan mandalorian jeddah. I like it's like. It's like raising superman's kid. Getting raised by batman. Like this is super cool. I think it's a very Yeah it's a. It's a. It's a billy billy batts. Inches zam kinda. Feel where it's like. You're you're you're a jeddah you have the four. You have the foundation and you have the chance and opportunity to learn under you know. We've now cinema hackley seen as probably the best mandalorian and You know how do you not have these two warring factions like. Why aren't mandalorian thing in the series. Maybe this grogan character helps create peace between the two and the mandalorian just live off on their own. So i just realized that is something. That's the secret series missing some fundamental orients. Oh man catching onboard. Wia liking them less and less was on. But yeah. it's is that kind of thing where i think this can be a good story Of of grow son grow and the in the nimbus cloud. I wanted to say one last thing. I don't know you were wrapping up. No no i was scared to continue your thought. Then i was gonna say i think this is a good story and i i wanna see where it goes but i want to hear your part and then we'll do favorites okay because i will a before. We did season two this season. I went back and i listened to our entire season. One just to get on the same page of like also to catch myself up with what happened in season one And i remember your reaction to them introducing the dark sabre and you're like that doesn't mean anything to anyone And i was like well. I think about the way they introduce it. Yeah i mean obviously as a as a viewer. If you don't know anything about it you get that. This guy is a bad guy. And he's a weapon but you don't know that the weapon is important the way they did this with. Ron is is a better way of introducing something that people know but for those of you don't know you automatically know. This is a very important bad guy. Just by the way of getting the information the way the fights going. You know this a soco who seems to have the answer to everything. Can't find him and she's willing to go into this city where everyone's willing to kill her. Just find out. Yeah so. I thought i thought if you immediately when they were doing that i wanted to know what your thought on how they introduced thrown is because obviously to you and i that's a big holy shit thrown but to those who like. Even you know my wife who doesn't watch cloners or anything. She knows thron now is a dude to be scared of because a soka wants him or ranch. Scared her but Yeah i enjoyed it. I think even boca tan bogotanos way of talking about whereas it whereas whereas the dark sabre does. Does he have it. And it's like who are you talking about and the end of the episode. You cut them off getting all. This motherfucker has like there is a level of like you're letting the people pick up the pieces and figure that out instead of just like here's an affinity garland has no one gives a shit about this. No one knows what the fuck that is. So it's like oh get these stones like what are these stones like. Let them ask those questions and be like. Why did you say yeah. So show is much better. Yeah exactly the point that you just said was like yeah. That's it's like oh okay. Who the fuck is this guy. Because so far we have met two very powerful women that mando has had to encounter. And they're both looking for someone or some and these things are like what the fuck is that instead of just like here it is. Here's a here's a key thing. Here's another debt starts like god. It's like we're building. They could destroy star systems. You're like oh look it can't be another death star bad be crazy. maybe insane. The last question when asked for free like favorite characters and stuff is the showdown the standoff in the middle of town with. Yeah did you enjoy that scene. I thought it was good. I liked i liked. I always put on the same. Wry that i think the intended where it was like. Maybe he will leave. And i would have actually preferred it because it's like i want him to be. This character in the background by mandalorian is proving to be like the dc universe. I just kill the villain and then we'll never bring them back. Yeah and i'm just like. Oh i just wanna see him again. I i liked him. I liked. I agree with you i would like to live. I didn't i mean the way they did. It was cool is very again back to the western routes avai quick-draw right. But i liked the dialogue. That they gave him the monologue. I was like thank god. Give him something to do. Because that's a we'll get into that later but he The dialogue he got to deliver was the like your side or is it my side who knows we got no stake in this. Sounds like your side. I down the gun. Yeah like they're like that almost feels like the direction again. The only two people that could have done that. Role i think one michael barone or bain or walter walton goggin goggin zeman like oh i would love to have walton in the mandalorian where i would want him to be like another bounty hunter. Like better than mando. Go off the wall with ron and give it to michael guy do so. Let's talk about that a little bit. You know who the the favorite fan cast for that is no. I have my own list of like top three. But it's it's spent a camera batch. And i was like guys. Can he may and everything he's becoming. The tom hardy of everything was just like. He's in star trek. he's in marvel. he's at bbc. Now he's going to be an star with. I mean all do you picture thrown at this point i mean all the ages are all quote unquote wrong in the universe. Where like boca tannen should be like in their seventies at this point. But if we're just playing off. Like who i wanna be doesn't matter thron For the way. I have him. You know he could be in his forty s. That's fine okay. Okay doesn't affect my list all that much. Actually who did in that list. Now if he's in the forties then jason is. It doesn't work for okay okay. This is my other two ones a avi. I would say ones and obvious. Choice in one's one that i think could be a surprise and delight Michael bender As ron wood is the obvious choice. I feel like and this one might be a little more unpopular. But i've thought about it. I've seen it online once or twice. But he came to mind when i was watching when i kinda wanna see sterling k. Brown try to tackle it interesting very interesting. I don't know what that why i do. But i just because he's really good a really good actor. I would want it to be my misra freeze. More but Yes oh my god. A mutually exclusive long blue characters. I guess in one career might be a bit much. Part of me. Wants to have tom. Hit allston oh yes Real good In then another part of me wants killian murphy. 'cause with ron you gotta have one that just mad he will kill you like the ron is scary and how smart but also like fighting against the jet. I is not something. He's scared of four. Caesar like how do you mess with that. How do you want someone like that. He's not a man. he doesn't have gadgets. it's like oh no like he now. So i'll also say this though. 'cause i love that that's my now my number one. I'll going that out there. I will say just for the sake of having people come in and do their actually like getting a bogey time to be played by the same person lars. Mikkelsen is is a screen actor and he kind of fits the body type. He's a little older. Oh i wouldn't mind him at all lars mikkelsen and then you get the actual voice as well and the physicality and he's a screen actor these not unfamiliar with being screens where he started. So you know. He's he's mickelson. They are fantastic actors. There they can do it just fine for those who now. He's in the killing house of cards. Right upon the storm had right a. He's in the winter. Struggle bore So yeah i. I'd be down i down. You know what. I'm here for it. I'm here for that. Lars mikkelsen cool have be really cool deep cut so qualms yes qualms i had. I lost it though. Not giving michael bien enough to do. I just this has happened once or twice in this series where you're like you brought them in giving something to do now. One yep If i'm really honest with you when his casting was revealed back when i was hoping he was going to be a character named dash ren dr who those you don't know there was a a multimedia kind of thing that happened in the nineties with star wars within called shadow of the empire and he was a he was in a video game for nintendo sixty four dash dr. He's basically like a more rebellious han solo. He's a He's like a runner. He's a does whatever he needs to be done. Like a mercenary essentially in the shot of the empire. Game you meet up with. Like lucon. Solo leah all that kind of stuff He's kind of intertwined in the story. He has since been removed however in the han solo companion book that came out with the movie. There's a note from dash dr saying that. Han solo's a shitty pilot. He gets all his co-ordinates from chewbacca. Anyway so You know they have that. Playful rivalry and michael. Biehn would be perfect for that role so that could be baggage. That could be some baggage numbering into this episode. Seeing him not do enough. Because i had my hopes up which is my own damn fault. It's nothing to do with the show. But i've also trying to take a step back and watching it again. I was like didn't give them a whole lot. Except for that one monologue and i was like this is. This is a big actor. You got like give him something to do or save him for a different episode where he can be the main guy because he just felt kind of tossed to the side i Do you remember cad bane. He's the blue guy. Cad bane blue. Bounty hunter enclosed. Yes yes yes. Yeah look bug eyes. Yeah so. I thought that's where he was going to be. Because i couldn't remember if you died or not. But i just read something on the internet. Everyone if you wanted to look at. What happened to cad bane. Deals with something happens in the mandalorian. So i was just like if that happens. I'm here for it. But i thought he was going to happen to. He was gonna play that character. 'cause like oh yeah. Why not but a qualm. That i kind of had was the the the the runner getting to a soco was great. I think that was fine. The feeling that these people were kind of taken over by the magistrate was kind of like i don't really know how many people you have the one example with the family which was really great but like it felt like three apartment complex has got taken over and that was it. They didn't do the scale. Well argued that showed the main road twice. And maybe it's a small outpost and that's fine. But it just felt like home my god this whole civilizations women. This'll three people like they could quickly get out overnight. And so i'm like that was one thing that kind of just been like. I felt like like into me as soka not being able to break in or does not taking what she wants Up until this moment felt weird like if felt like well. We just happened to get here at this moment where it didn't feel like a soka has been like chopping her way through imperial magistrates after magistrate. And then finally this one's like hey like you're there are finally came in so it just kinda fell like very propped up. Imagine us so that. That's really my only qualm of the with the your ankle began but i agree with that one. I'll adopt that one as well. Yeah i guess. In terms of the writing is there is just a little bit of that point of just like you do your part but we don't get more out of you in which kind of like i wanna see more so catano and the fights were great. I loved the fight in the courtyard in the garden yard. Whatever you would call that. Her courtyard her private courtyard. I thought that was a great fight. And i'll say this. I think this is one of the better examples of lightsaber use or cgi. That i've seen in a long time like these lightsabres looked great. They felt like they had some weight to them like they were flying over face really well using them to light herself. Up in the cloud was really cool. Getting to see white light sabers on screen for live action for the first time is like a dream of mine ever since knights of the old republic when you could secretly get a silver lightsaber and it was a big deal. Yeah i mean. I think the thing that also answers the question of does best armor do against Abors which again is ultimately where we're going to quote unquote. Hopefully head to was a fight between moth gideon and didn't jaren where okay. What's he got to fight against new will. Now he has spear and so he'll he'll use a spirit of fight against gideon hopefully unless the dark sabre they make. It's actually strong and it's like okay. Well okay that's cool. We'll see loni. Well done sir good job. well done. Rosario dawson i gotta give her another shoutout. I thought she brought so much in the makeup department in the positive effects. Like you guys. All deserve a fucking. Oh this was great. Y'all did great. Yeah michael be and more to do on your set. Yeah because he's a wonderful actor. Oh and also i really appreciate. I really liked the color grade. There's one thing that. I got really bored with manda was silverman. I'm like i am so over. This but the kind of greenish brown having the green reflect often like cool like it looks good like him in a desert where everything's just white light instead of yellow for no reason i'm like aw give them more color. Because man does sues django suess books like a boba green and red and so it's like he's just silver and black and it's just like cool looks cool in dark areas but like as a filmmaker. You have an opportunity to play with his armor. And you're not you're not taking it. Yeah you know what i mean. Same with the marvel movies when they were like. You have an opportunity to play with music here. And you're not taking it themes he can use. There's nothing wrong with the silver suit if you know how to use it but silver on its own. Yeah while they're there should be a really wonderful moment where someone has a red light. Saber zone has a blue light saber. And you see it both on him. So it's like yeah. there is duality. he's having to go through the fun you can have. Well they do it. I don't know how we need you more than ever. But other than that. No qualms are done figure favorite character. Oh she would do favorite character Has how is it not assume katina due to do to. Because it's gonna be okay for us. So and and i liked learning more grow. I have to give a shout out to the villager. I just that moment where he's like. I don't care if i die. I have to try to save my fellow. People is willing to do. It is willing to get shot to try to say this beautiful executed. I just. I admire that because i don't know if i could do it. And then mando showing up and just that nod like all right. Let's do this. He takes the cake for second favorite character in this. But i am excited. Learn more about grow. Google his name and that he has fully formed thoughts and then he trusts mando. I would like to see that. I would love to see. Nba character and not a problem. Yeah so pleat yeah. That's their baby. I hope you guys enjoyed. That's all the show we got please. everyone If you want to talk more about discord we have an entire section for mandalorian conversations in their filled up. Be part of the conversation. Talk about your favorite parts. Were least fair parts. Am i wrong. Tell me i'm wrong please. I love. I love all the trolls hitting me up baby but We want to know your thoughts of. What did you think of this episode. Where you're where the show is going on. 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Virtual Meetings and Events That Don't Suck with Matt Homann

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47:39 min | 6 months ago

Virtual Meetings and Events That Don't Suck with Matt Homann

"Mine is mad hohmann on the founder and ceo of film. And the worst advice i ever got was that you shouldn't do stuff that's cool. If you're pretty certain no one's done it before ho- wow dude. That's great advice. Not holy cow. What kind of suck wide gave me that advice. Nats lawyer remember phil so at their rights. That law practices about precedent and the race to be first to be second. And i learned that if fundamentally that people try to talk you out of doing cool things not because they're afraid you'll fail but they're afraid you'll succeed and then they'll have to change with you so even been back in the day when i was practicing law and i was trying all this new stuff. I was being innovative at least for lawyers and that's an oxymoron to most but i would constantly have my peers. Tell me god. That sounds kind of neat. But you probably really shouldn't do it because no one else is doing it. And it's not worth the effort. Just go along now who've made a lot more money had just gone along But i may have. I may have ended it or certainly at least my career. Having been stuck kind of following the path the well-worn well trodden path. That everyone else. That's funny man. Yeah so that that's an interesting thing. You an attorney. And you're a blogger them. You started on the blog. Like i did. Write your lex. Think blog was fantastic. I remember because you write some interesting stuff. And i'm like but he's an attorney. Can't be so provocative. How's that possible in yet. It was man. So you gotta tell me like as an attorney why didn't you start blogging. And was that because of that bad advice and you decided swim upstream or what you know. I was early in blogging for lawyers to. I don't know if there were fifty of us the time or hundred there. There wasn't any more than that and it might have been less and so blogging for me. Initially was a almost a knowledge management tool. It was a place to capture the cool things that i've found elsewhere and i started writing because no one else is writing about this stuff and i started six months a year later. I probably would have never started at all. Because i was using it to kind of scratch. My itch for connecting for sharing for finding cool things Our newsletter now does the same thing and had been easier to do that on my own in private. I probably would have so. I started thinking and you give me an unbelievable amount of credit because most of my stuff was finding something the lawyers would have otherwise never seen. It could be something easy. As a thought from seth godin more from you and being able to share it back to what was predominantly legal audience at the beginning and say hey lawyers this is how the rest of the world's thinking about stuff you can think about it this way to. Yeah well. I think that's interesting and thank you for saying gerber shacking godin in the same sentence. Usually the only time that works when they say these do not exist together. So thank you for that matt. I appreciate that. Mentioned what seth godin but really that was what was genius is most attorneys. Felt like they had to be the smartest person in the room. And you always felt like. Hey i have a lotta been learn here now. That being said one of the things that i do admire about you again is that you would plug that in to your lawyer community right. You would make sense of it. Give it some context which anybody can learn from right. I mean it. Marketing is marketing is marketing sales and sales as sales best business practices arrest mrs practices but our best business practices. But you gave it context so talk about the importance of context. Because i think as we move into talking about why meetings suck and how to make them suck las- i think that's an important piece. I i think that in our work and we facilitate meetings Really creative ones. We be in rooms of super smart people all the time as they are ultimately thinking through the exact same problem right to the context is interesting is that i think we have context in many in many ways way more credit than its do so how many times have you heard someone in a particular industry and say oh. Yeah but we're different. Nowhere more than in law right. Everyone lawyers are different than even the ones who talk. Call everyone else. Non-lawyers is if the rest of the world that was smart enough not to go to law. School is somehow deficient in some way and so the context for me is understanding. What is the same versus what is different whether we think about the chimpanzees ninety nine percent of our dna As humans most of the industries and businesses have the exact same problems that got people to manage. They've got outcomes to achieve. They've got money to collect and fundamentally they have ideas they've got to test And we keep on looking only inwards to our own industries versus looking elsewhere and saying wow. They're context is different because they're different industry but everything else is the same. What can i learn from them. How can i be more. Think of myself as more similar to them versus more different Because it's too easy to look for the differences. I mean we see why we see in in politics. We see it in social media but man everyone has got so many of the exact same problems and they don't get to learn from everyone else who sold them. Maybe six months or six years ago because it's not in their industry consultants drive that as bidault a as well right. I'm a specialist in this. So i can't help you think about change. I guess what i can think about change because everybody's dealing with on a regular basis and here's a little slice over here that maybe worthy for you to play over here versus ignoring it because it's not validated by your all your peers. I think that's really interesting. And that i think is the beauty of the internet right. We have that interconnectedness of where we find. Those common crossing-points don't common intersections. Those common things that we do and then taking a one or two percent. That are different saying okay. I'm style up a little bit. I'm gonna turn that on a little bit but we have to get the heck out of our hands. I my industry under this. that's bullcrap. that's not how this works ever. It's never been that way. I'm using the fundamentals. Are the same fundamentals are the fundamentals. And that's so so darn important. So so fundamental. Let let's talk about meaning fundamentals because matt filament. Man you some really good stuff in your point. Newsletters awesome man because it is wonderfully curators. I i read it. And then i also look for Din which is which is comical. Because often i read it. I discussed it. And then i go to link dynamic. Oh yeah that's fricking brilliant. I was forget about this so talk to me about. Why do the traditional meetings suck first of all you know. It's a great question. I think that it to back up of it means are terrible because no one works at being better in meetings right. At some point we've learned to type and got into a certain level because we use type you. Every day we learn use. Excel the of the tools. We've used at this level of competence because we assume they'll help us do our work better but so few people have ever seen really good meetings that they have a model or a or appear to look forward to and say that's how you do it. Think about it as a meeting just in general there are so many challenges with meetings. And i'll talk about in person a lot of these apply to the to the virtual ones as well but i was reading. Someone shared this one time and it hit me like a ton of bricks said in most organizations it may take a junior person eight layers of approval to spend ten thousand dollars but they can with no approvals or oversight. Put a ten thousand dollar meeting on the calendar every day or every week for a year. Right he's an eight hundred meeting a one hour meeting with eight people as an eight hour meeting. We spent so much of our organizations time in meetings that we spend so little time trying to master them. Meeting should not be for information delivery to tell you something. There's so many better ways for me to do that than to us. Eight hours of time collectively to share a powerpoint meetings should be focused on one or two things about. Is this a decision making meeting. Is this a brainstorming meeting Is this a collaboration meeting or we doing work together. But people don't even have they don't even come to their meetings with any attention and i'll happy to share. Pdf out in the show notes with you can help you think about some of these questions to ask even prep. I am convinced that meetings are fundamentally. The last refuge of the procrastinator right. Maybe not the last refuge. But if you're a procrastinator. Guess what. You'll set a meeting two weeks from now because then you don't have to do that work until thirteen days from now. So oftentimes meetings are a tactic for procrastinates to delay necessary outputs versus sending an email recording simple video sharing the ideas etcetera that they would whether why share in that meeting and so i think meetings are bad in organizations because we don't take time learning how to be better at them yet. Five percent improvement in your meeting Effectiveness could have a billion dollars of impact in a large organization and people. Just don't spend the time thinking about it the other thing. Is that when you start to look into bigger meetings right whether you think of them as offsites conferences retreat summits etc. There's this bifurcation of planning for the person who owns the planning the logistics and the person who owns the outcome right meeting planners don't have enough power. They've not been given So they build a beautiful box for the same terrible beating to live over and over and over again right. The trains run on time. The coffee's hot the cookies fresh everything is amazing but that dude is reading his power point again right because the content the outcome the Sell more engaged. Better be smarter learn. Learn this learn that is rarely owned by the people who plan the meeting. Its own by the people who parachuted at the end. They say rooms filled with panel tables in powerpoint screens and classroom style. Like oh okay. Let's just do a slightly better version of what we did last year as so there are so many reasons why means are bad but the one is it. People have an experience. Good ones right. Whether it's great conferences an amazingly facilitated summit or even a well planned ten person strategy session. We don't have a lot of. This was amazing. I wanted to be more like that. In our memory banks. We default to the saint to try marginally better version of the same one from last year while that makes so much sense right but unscreened means a bad because most people haven't experienced a good one which is exactly what you said. And i totally agree with you i. I'm thinking i have seen so few good meetings in my life. it is. It's it's disappointing to say the least because often two point about procrastination which i totally love. It's a great way to kick the can down the curve right. Oh hold on hold on. Let's make that decision in two weeks because that's where a scheduled match up right as opposed to. Hey matt. Here's your response behavioral bill. Here's yours. Hey suzie q. Here's your explanation. Hey sally here's yours that we just kick the can down occur and billions of dollars are wasted. Don't make decisions. Brian if we think and so. Did you decision making as one possibility. How many meetings No one knows it. Who's if there's a decision to be made. Who owns that decision. A they don't give any context for it. So if i'm an introvert i might wanna process this a little bit more than someone who might be an extrovert to think out loud In the room even in that situation say here's a decision we're going to make today. Here's who owns it. It might be using player. It might be my boss right Here's the inputs. I want from each of you. Here's some context. Come and be prepared to talk about your recommendation and all the side right and even meeting. This is one thing that came out of a meeting design. Summit that we hosted filament is that you should have to list at the end of every meeting the decision we made and the decisions. We need right because time that are people in the meeting. That aren't the right people. You need to get budgetary approval. You need to get your boss's boss to go answer something. You may just have some information. You don't have available in the moment by capturing that decisions we need You then assign that fill this a decision we need. Go get it for us and you might find that your boss or your bosses is. Hey you guys had that. I don't care what you do or do within these parameters then you come back. You gonna make the decision but decisions don't even happen in meetings and there's times where i see this. This is the word that drives me crazy. People want alignment in mediate. So we've done this try. This said i want you all to define what alignment meets. Is it fifty one percent. Is it a supermajority is it. Everyone agrees is that we all understand. What is even alignment and he can't define it. You can't get to it and that and so it's just so many of those little pieces that we enter into these meetings with no preparation and we're we're stacking them just like the easiest game of tetris. One hour one hour one hour thirty minutes thirty minutes an hour of that. You don't even have time to be thoughtful about the meetings. you're going to be entering. A one. simple tip is that i think every meeting that was an hour should be shortened to forty seven minutes Forty seven is a number. That people can't add more than two or three in a row. So you at least build. Generally a thirty minute gap in your calendar before the next meeting if you wanna be really smart. Start your meetings at thirteen minutes after the hour vs on the hour. 'cause then you just run to the top of the hour because that's how everyone else's mind is working and gives people some time to be thoughtful. We just generally meetings. Don't do that while forty seven minutes so i do. I do twenty five and fifty. 'cause that's google quicker swifter needs or whatever but four to seven. It's odd enough that it makes people go like what. What's that which hopefully means that thou prep but your tip about starting thirteen. Pass my challenge in most organizations that i've worked in as an employee and that i promised root out as an owner of a business in that is people showing up late. Dr rates like there's no reason to be late and the thirteen past makes it. So that probably i'll get their ten past. Which now makes me early. Is that what we see as well or what. You're yeah but there is every reason that their late is because their calendar is filled with meetings. They don't control of people they report to go back to back to back to back to back to back as virtually you at least have an easier chance to kind of pop from one of the other person. There's a reason in high school and junior high and grade school. They give you a bell and a time in between periods. Go to your locker right here just in time you gotta go like we don't build in at all and we assume that if i said a calendar meeting for an hour and yours go to an hour i'm more important than you should start late versus me and minor early and it then are the meeting conversation expansive whatever time we give it and it starts late because people come late because they just finished another meeting so i mean even just thinking about how you calendar meetings can ever really significant impact in not only tippety of your organization but literally the sanity of the people who come in The amazon does i think particularly well Is that they might say okay. You're here for the first fifteen minutes. Read this right i. I know that you're not gonna read it that you said you might have before we started so read this and then we'll talk about it. How while that so. That's almost baking in the prep time into the meeting Almost giving people a bit to prep. Now how does that work with an introvert amount. Because you and i will refer weeks on the stuff but what about those people that that need the process. How does how does that work out for an advance should be send it. It depends on on how much you're asking them to consider What i would do is. I would say to them. Here's what we're going to talk about right whether there's a pre reader. Not here's we're going gonna talk about. Here's the questions. I want you to be prepared to talk about. When we get there captured two or three bullet points before we begin. Now you can do that in a shared document whether it's a microsoft word or in google docs or whatever and if you say my expectation before we start is i'm gonna have three ideas or suggestions or comments from each of you before this meeting begins. You can today you can. Do you know you know the night before whatever it is and then as facilitator even the owner of the meeting. Introverts are quiet right. They just need to think about something and so to be able to pull them and say. Hey i see. Fill that you've talked about this mind sharing a bit more right. You're able to pull that out into the room a and virtually it's even more crucial because in person you can use body language. You can use attention to kind of draw some of that out Is really easy to hide. And see if brady bunch. Hollywood squares faces on the screen. 'cause while you feel like everyone staring you also can assume the no-one staring at you So giving people that opportunity then you can say hey everybody. There's been talk about this decisions. We're gonna make. Here's a comments. If you give me the comments or you don't care don't show up at the meeting and you give them that option. So so then. What do people do if they don't attend meetings. I don't understand thinking worked on phil right. I know you're you're saying that tongue in cheek. They get work done. They get to prepare for the other means they give you thoughtful get closer door and actually think about stuff. That's the problem. Is that in a traditional day inside the office. How much time you have to think about stuff in enor- model and film and even when we're virtual but in person Do in the room virtually or otherwise. Only things you can do in the room. We don't do powerpoint We've met powerpoint slides shown at film and we think about a twenty thousand square foot meeting space we've not had powerpoint. Slide showing that filament. For almost three years now that a single slide because information delivery does not need to happen in person insight discoveries to in person so if we're in the room together let's do what we can only do a person's conversations collaboration it's brainstorm in his being thoughtful it's q. And a. and leave leave that powerpoint for people to read because they read it faster than you can speak to it anyway. right if i'm reading a slide. My audience reads it three or four times faster than i generally discuss it. And so i've don. I lose them. Every slide for seventy five percent of the time were together. If i give the pre reason i still insist upon reading the slide. Wait till i get to the one thing they care about and check out the entire rest of the time. So i you know those they're again they're just so many little best practices and no one spends time thinking about it and it comes from the top right. It comes from the top. That if i've not i've gotta look smart and the best way for me to look smart with my boss is in. The room is to talk the entire time and a share this powerpoint that i spent so much time. Getting these really cool transitions of this new font that i found right versus being thoughtful and running a better meeting. Yeah you're so right and it's so comical because often they either i. I've seen somebody decks put together. That are abysmal. That if they sent them ahead of time you're meeting like i just read everything that you have now now. The best to that point is shorter slides but then offer that preparation time. So we can discuss that that you can have a conversation about this and say okay. So here's what was. Here's the important stuff you read it ahead of time right now. We're ready to go or if not let's stop right now. Two point if we still have to have an our meeting. Because i don't listen to that we don't do forty seven minutes the first thirty minutes then. Our for all those losers. That didn't read ahead of time. The now you're gonna sit quietly and read yourself in the rest. You can take a nap or whatever it is right to do. So what do you think now. I think that's right. You know that at some point two leader has saying that everybody read this. Yes yes yes. No all right. You're up like have some if you're going to commit to better meeting practices it's gotta come from the top you've got to commit of give you another example is that you know if you've got the stat. Let's say you have the ninety minute once weekly staff meeting the better way to even approach. That is to say okay. Everyone on sunday night are better on friday sunny on friday. Because we don't want you obsessing over the weekend semi friday at one o'clock the three things you want to report out could be help. You need could be which working like kind of at standard scrum. Sort of stand up. Sort of ideas right. Anything cool found. And i'm expecting everyone to read it ahead of time and then what we're able to do is we're able to discuss it and so now you turn your ninety minute meeting into probably half of that but then instead of taking people back this forty five minutes on the calendar you say is block for ninety minutes. Any collaboration help you need. We're all here in this room. So now i'm gonna pull aside. It's a hayfield that one thing i've been trying to get on your calendar for. Let's talk about that for five minutes and then i find someone else l. Hey mad over there. Will you give me that help on this. And so what you're also able to do is carve out time where your team are all there to collaborate for those little itty bitty things that otherwise take you know. It's an hour thirty minute counter. Invite because that's the default but i really just need a few minutes at help But it's worth time. It's not meeting time but again you're pulling everyone together to get that done in the in the room while i hadn't heard of that before. And that just makes sense as a processing and thinking about that. I mean the fact that you could actually get to the stakeholders that you need to get two for five seven minutes a shot and you know that this is the. How much more would you if you knew that. For five seven minutes you can get that executives attention right. How much more would you be ready to make an ask and maybe practice that asked if you're nervous person if you're not used to speaking off the cuff which again gives are folks. Who are you know who are more introverted. That opportunity to do that but also it then gives those executives a chance to think about all been a short for that meeting because frankly people are counting on me to be there as opposed to just coming because they think they somehow need my blessing in order to do that. So i think that makes that makes a lot a lot a lot of sense. Will you also you also thinking about the load on every time is and again if you get a ten person meeting and i'm an executive right and so i'm using that our meeting with ten people you you the math in my head. Have everyone report to me right so for that hour. Meeting six minutes are me and you together. If you're my boss and the rest of it has been waiting on those six minutes where everybody else right. So that tempers meeting for an hour ten hour meeting. However if i spend your boss or your as my boss though six minutes one on one with video chat whether it's be walking around doing you know management by walking around. We've now cut the load of that. Meeting by almost eight hours is still ten sixty minute. Yeah sixty minutes for me. Six minutes six minutes for you kind of coming back but each of those. You know the bulk of the now. You have ten twelve minute. Conversations versus you know so two hours versus ten our eight eight or ten. Yeah and people don't do the cost they don't think about the math of meetings and the mummy started today. Like wow if we got rid of this one meeting every week that's a that's an f. T. wow right. it's a full-time person. We can't we gotta stop complaining about not having headcount because we're wasting so much of our headcount in these meetings and then then the and the challenge though is that there are things you can only do in person right. it's not all having to be. It's all defaulting to a secret collaboration or email or slack. But when that in-person conversation now is where the real thoughtfulness happens because you can read the nuance the body language you can split up into small groups etc. Then you're like. I'm only go to those meetings right because that's where we get work done because most meetings it doesn't feel like work is happening. Not work isn't happening doesn't just feel that way. That's the truth. And i think that's really interesting because work. Is collaboration. work work as decision. Making work is not just having a conversation about a whole bunch of nothing. So i think i think that's really really important. Not just information dumping not just again on the perp right just actual decision and speaking of information. Now take that big conference right so you got a thousand people in the room. How much of their time and they and you ask why they go. There's usually three reasons one is. I just wanna go to location because it's different than being here. Help right I want someone to pay for me to be in florida right. That's number one. They don't say that out loud in their boss but that's obviously number one number two is there's information i want right But the truth is now. There's no information that conference they couldn't have found with a little bit of looking right. We used to go to conferences because it was curated. It was fresh. It was stuff that we weren't going to see. It was advanced preview of what was coming now. Read a blog. Follow him on twitter. Watch ted talk etc and the third reason is almost always because i can connect with my peers but nearly every conference leaves that most important part that you can only do together to absolute chance right during our officially scheduled conference where often sitting shoulder to shoulder facing the same direction watching some someone read their slides and it's only during alcohol fueled happy hours and dinners things with bands and entertainment that no one cares about because you're all in the hallway. Try and talk to those people that this connection this tissue when everybody in your industry. Who's there together. You leave it to chance for them to find the person that can impact their career. The most and god forbid benders now especially in the virtual world but been a trade a pen or a little stuffed animal for just a moment of engagement. What if that conference. Instead were small group. Discussions problem solving the networking happens. While you're thinking together not just drinking together right those ideas and that's where we're stuck in this model that looks exactly like the conference parents and their parents attended this desire that we have to show and tell the entire time versus saying. Hey these are. The smartest people are industry. And we're going to spend the day the two days. The three days working through the most significant challenges. We'll introduce some expertise. And i'll i'll a method for doing that a second. But let's use this event for us to engage around the industry versus just hear people tell us about it and that drives me crazy just that same problem with the small meetings writ large and we've built these industry around these huge events where you can sit and listen and not engage and call success. Yeah wow wow. Will you drop the big bomb there that i i love such a smart. You said make networking happen when you're thinking together. Not just drinking together. I think that's really smart and we forget about that. We forget about doing that. We shouldn't we we. You know fifty minutes presentation thirty minutes of conversation. Maybe fifteen more minutes. You know the kind of ted talk style. But with that collaboration the you can only do in person. That's brilliant and that's a great way to run a conference but what about virtually. How do we do that in. How do we make sure that our vendor partners actually get some value out of these well. Those are the the vendors third rail here. I'll we'll talk about that in a second because no one's figured that be sat. We figured out how to deliver presentations. There's tools that allow us network a bit online whether it's zoom breakouts or some more specific tools that build in that kind of swipe right or chat roulette mile of networking. But here's a model and it's something that works in person And it works really. Well virtually that you know that. Some people have expectation when they go to events. There's gotta be expertise from the stage right. I know you're public speaker. I've done that as well I'm not advocating that. We eliminate that industry altogether but for that our slice of time instead of it being fifty five minutes of presentation and then a handful of people kind of holding business cards at the stage the hoping to build a connection with this famous speaker. Who's about to jump on an airplane or god forbid even panel where the first person goes twenty five. The second person goes twenty. And there's no time left for qa or the third person left holding the laptop magin this so in an hour time. Imagine that that that presenter if it's one or panel if it's three they the the presenter mike at fifteen or twenty minutes or the panel make h viruses and they give the presentation slides if they if they must. But then what you do. is everyone's rounds versus gigantic auditorium style. Everyone has a worksheet again virtual or in person and they're capturing the things they liked the things they don't like the things are curious about the things you like to follow on and then after the person or people stop speaking you give them five minutes of silence. It sounds like for introverts. It feels like a minute for extroverts. Feels like thirty but five minutes of sauce. Fill it out literally process what they've thought about and then at tables they engage right again in zoom rooms at five or six are the table Inside the ballroom. And they get to talk about what they liked what. They didn't like the people they've just met all right so this is networking without demanding business. Cards being exchanged what happens anyway. And they now have a conversation. Wow i like that and then someone else says. The emperor has no clothes moses. man. I couldn't i don't believe any of that i don't know it's all crap and deep conversations. Starting to happen. The speaker can humming bird from table to table and person or drop in virtually if they want but the key is out of that conversation. Each table has to ask a question or at least submit one that the table agrees on. So you get into always a dude. I wish is worth the case fill. You know what the true. But it's always instead of the dude who stands up and pretends to ask the question with a little inflection the end but makes a statement for ten minutes in front of the room and everyone else rolls her eyes pulls out their phone and otherwise disengages so by pulling content in a much smaller giving people a chance to process both by themselves with their peers. And then ask questions you build a dramatically more engaging sixty minute time slot the you can rinse repeat over and over and over again and it feels fresh every time the content is different but people have had a chance to think about it. One challenge you talked about ted talks. I think why ted initially was maybe so successful. is that when people were in person. It was all the famous people right. I mean i mean the rooms with the smartest people people said what was amazing about ted. Is the cocktail party. Dinner the reception the the networking because watching one six minute talk or finding talk after the next after the next after the next after the next in what is now the traditional ten style format is frigging exhausting. And you can't process and think about it when you got ten talks in a row before you move onto the next one so by building and time to be thoughtful to allow for collaboration to share ideas and capture some insights and then collectively asking questions that come out of it delivered dramatically better experience. I think virtually orrin person. Yeah so yeah. Building a net thoughtful time think is really smart building that collaboration time where they can actually ask those questions. Get those out there in the share back right. Hey here's what made sense to me. Here's what didn't make sense to me. And then perhaps we we distribute them virtually again to now. Hey i had more details about that and more questions. Maybe that's where we get our vendors right. Maybe that's where we can help them right. While the vet gave the vendor challenge the one that i i've heard from multiple vendors who like this conference on virtual for obvious reasons. I had a virtual booth. No one stopped by right because there's so and and a lot of vendors get the value. They're getting from the event is they're not getting the booth time. The email addresses there is the private suite they have. It's the dinner for their high rolling customers that engages being there and seeing folks and we've been working with a handful of other groups companies having coverage like how do we solve that vendor and it takes is there's to it takes two to tango first of all event planners who know how to build and maximize the space in an exhibit hall. Are not the people to be having this conversation. You didn't have senior leadership from customers and vendors and start to explore the things that each can exchange have value to one another that may or may not be something that was in the traditional platinum silver bronze sponsorship levels. I think the second thing though this is even more important is now. How do you bring the vendors in even more as experts and participants if you say instead of them having to be on exhibit floor. They going to be a route. Right mega drive. Certain pieces of the agenda they get a start thinking creatively about problem solving a the iron chef models. Always a favorite of mine where you give five or six vendors an opportunity to solve the same problem in a very short time using their product right. Now you've turned vendors into the entertainment for the evening or the afternoon and they've gotten a tremendous amount more value than they would have gotten manning the booth or otherwise waiting for someone to bake them for their white paper. That's fun and i love that. The iron chef moderate bringing in five or six vendors to solve the same problem with their product. I think is really really smart. And i think that's really interesting and to your point positioning your vendors. Not as vending machines but as vendors of information vendors of expertise vendors of collaboration riot right that actually are available. Test solve problems and that just schlep some hardware software solution. I one more example in the vendors specifically is. I've yet see a conference do this. Well where the vet where the vendors are aligned around the problems they solve right so it might be around the industry sector or knowledge management or so on and so forth but imagine that instead you had big chunks of your agenda designed around problems right so you might have the vendors cut each gets a minute and this is a. This is a form of workflow. Virtually and and person they get a minute to say. Here's how i would solve that problem. And i'll be a table what someone else comes in. Here's how that probably a table to in person you then give people a map of the exhibit floor so they know that the five vendors who solve this problem are sprinkled here here in here here and they got a trace their way around and have a chance to talk to so. If i've got a challenge. I'm trying to solve in my industry Thinking about a medical. I hopefully ever was moved to eat electric medical records by now. But i've got. I'm looking for a new vendor because i want my solution to do x. Or any deliver virtual care in a dramatically different way than we have before. I tend that session right so i can each vendor. I know the vendors who purport to solve that problem frames question as i would ask it versus as an industry sector or description of their software type of program or whatever it is. I'm gonna watch that all right. I'm a minute from each one. Like i liked what he had to say. I like what she had to say. That company sounds interesting. I'm now going to spend some time. Engaging with them at their tables or their booze. Because now i know who they are. And now i know what we're going to talk about in that conversation and again another not gonna pound some me right. That's the other thing right now. Oh hey you gotta buy my stuff. Thirty one opinion on his squeegee. What do you want making our badge because my boss is going to determine how successful this was based on how many emails i get and how many badges ice get. Yeah yeah which which might be true for the fat quarter. But it's not true for that year nobody gets paid based on numbers. A scan badges if you do and you're the cmo or the cro. You should be fired right. that's idiotic. I wanna talk about close business qualified. Leads right real conversations not some crappy metric of how many how many scan so. That's yeah. that's lane so so mad so as we're talking about that so virtually you mentioned kind of the liquidation That's one of the reasons i connect is. We're both craft beer. Snobs we both like a really good beer. So i gotta ask matt. So what are you drink in these days. Now what what craft beer you enjoy it. So i i gotta tell you that when anheuser busch got bought by inbev. You're in saint. Louis is right where i'm where i'm sitting anheuser. Busch used to brew masters. Like arthur andersen it accenture you know hoarded as and so all of a sudden when they let a bunch of these folks gut money in their pocket with early severance our community got the best brew masters in the world released almost the same time. They all knew each other. So we have now in a sailor's just voted the number one city in one of these online surveys. We probably seven or eight and they keep growing on believable brewers. They've all kind of found their niece. There's the german one. There's the like the the the one run by german. Who is who came over here to work for a be. The there's one that specializes in english. I'll tell you my favorite and it's a. It's a collaboration effort. There's a place called side project here in saint louis. A civil life is amazing. Urban chestnut is amazing with so many good ones a civil ara. Cypriot is a collaborative effort of different brew masters kind of spending time in their own. Little worlds plane without their brewers would ever release even though they're migros. It's a line out the door. Virtually having bhai anything from them since the pandemic but it's ally the door to get their special Bottled limited runs. And it's weird beer in the best possible way. So side project is amazing for him. We've got so much good beards. I can't even start. It's like children like name your favorites that you lie. You love them all for different things. Wow wow so go. To side project brewing. When you get to saint louis and you'll probably find matt hanging out there at least when the pandemic is booger so that's cool man. So there's a place actually fun enough. We got a couple of nights places in clermont here. We've got clermont growing up company which is nice so we've got some here too in florida so it's good good to hear that you've got some more local. Next time i come to saint. Louis matt were thought to check outside project absolutely. Let's on on man. That sounds fine so cool so because we can't apply people with beer today because we're all virtual so how. How do we incent people to come to our meetings and participate more so that they can do the things you could talk about. I think that the the one answer is promise and work. Hard to be good at them. you start to look inside organizations and the term i was thinking about our ideal customers the charismatic deviant right. The person who gets away with more than they should who As a reputation for trying new things who asked for forgiveness not permission. Who whose team would run through walls for them. Look at the most successful people in your organization and literally ask them. How do you run your meetings. Because no one elevates that has expertise facilitation kind of the same way but the people will get the most out of their teams. Get the most other team meetings. And so that would be where i would start and i think it's a matter of committee to get good at them. I mean how much time to spend learning how to use pivot tables and excel. If that's a tool that you use on a regular basis certainly be good at it but if you want to get better at being in business get better meetings. We have a a meeting preparation. She that s all kinds of questions one of the questions. My favorite part is we always ask people to identify the meetings. The elephants design as the squirrels porcupines right so the elephant room. Every meeting has an elephant right as a thing in the back room that everyone's pretending doesn't exist this there but the others are probably just as important if not more so the elephants are there in the back of the room this zombies or the issues at never seemed to die. Keep on coming back over and over and over again. The squirrels are the things that distract us right. The new shiny shiny And finally the porcupines with things that are hard to share right the prickly things and even by naming them and thinking about them you start to find that there's better ways to deal with them. Hey this is zombie. we're not gonna talk about it today or this. Meeting is dedicated to finally killing this zombie. Once and for all those sort of things again having some fun with it but thinking about and being antenna for every hour meeting that you have you should spend at least an hour preparing for it as the owner. Probably more than that because every hour if if you can save five to ten or fifteen minutes off of that meeting the our use bet to do that has bought back your organization three or four hours worth of time dependent on the size of the meeting so again expertise is key. Your peers aren't trying to get better at meetings. And so it's a way to separate yourself out from the pack. While i love that and i love that well before we get into our last thing here because i want you to talk about giving. I just wanna share with folks if you don't know matt you're really missing out. You should out the filament. Dot com ciphers newsletter. Jan saint. louis. You should definitely think about having a better meeting there because the you know whether it's in person or whether it's virtual mac can help you i mean just the stuff that shared today. I know what helped me better meetings. I imagine for you to and one of the coolest things map the job working on. Is this thing called. Thanksgiving which i think is fascinating. I love that next year. You're gonna go wide but talked about thanksgiving. Like what was the genesis of this. Why does this matter. What the heck are you doing. Well either thanksgiving. I have what i call ideas surplus disorder. I know you've heard that before for me because we've talked about it because you have to thanksgiving idea that way for a long period of time but at its core and its thanksgiving dot org and is core. What thanksgiving is is a chance for innovation strategy teams from big companies from creative consultancies from agencies etc to spend a day paired with a nonprofit focusing on a nonprofit challenge that nonprofit challenge is not going to be financial. Because if you ask a nonprofit what they need. The answer's always more money but instead something it's a bit more That moves the needle a bit more for them and they might not be equipped assault on their own. So cool about it. It isn't just the day the way that is going to work as will work with all the nonprofit. Come up with those challenges. How might we challenges right and frame design thinking way and then the for profits. You're gonna come in and they're going to be a draft so they'll be able to select challenge that fits with their industry their expertise their team. They're philanthropy day care most about but they won't know the nonprofit it belongs to until after they select so we know play is not a popularity contest so you get a small nonprofit of really big one somewhere in between and then you spend the day and so in person it was going to be together face to face now at might be over a couple of sessions over the course of a couple of days but we were looking for this really cool way to help. People engage with our nonprofit community here in saint louis. We are a problem rich environment. We've got lots of nonprofit solving really significant challenges at scale and how to connect people doing really cool innovation design thinking strategy creative work and pick a nonprofit to commit to them for a long period of time is tough but to say. Hey we're in for day. That felt like a really simple thing to ask. And the response has been pretty cool. So far It's happening obviously in november. Maybe you figure that out from thanksgiving name and then lastly what we're doing it. Filament is we'll spend a day with each of those nonprofits after thanksgiving is over and doing a retreat to kind of help them put action to the idea so it isn't just a day of ood. Let's let's think about brainstorm in the nothing happens. We're going to really work with them to now. Push that rock up the hill a little bit further and so it's a. It's an opportunity for spark people to work together to solve big challenges. A lightweight way in a way this fun thick. Yeah i think too. I idea sir loss disease right. We've got ideas was disorder. But it's contagious. It's contagious disease right. That's a good thing right. Hopefully we make ideas viral. So that's the goal right so that's so funny man but yeah so i love talking to you man. We could talk all day. But folks if you wanna get connected with matt home and check out the filament dot com that's h. e. l. a. m. e. n. t. dot com check madness team out. Sign up for his newsletter. Really funny not trying to sell you. Anything is actually trying to help you. A better meetings in cured some great stuff in there. I always enjoy it matt. If you got a favorite social channel that people can follow you now. I know it used to be twitter. That's where we used to hang out but now where would you send you it. Probably still for me as twitter. i don't spend much time on facebook with some of our stuff in person. Instagram draw pictures always have an artist in every meeting. So there's a little bit at their But probably the best place to find me is linked in and twitter as i old habits die hard. That's cool awesome. Awesome awesome folks. Oh got a lot from this. Hopefully you have some better meetings. Because of matt hoffman. Righty says the meetings can be better. Oh you actually have to commit to making him better than most people don't if you're willing to do that a better meetings and save your company money many cases than fte. Thanks so much mad for spending some time with me today. I really enjoyed it by phil. Celebrate the catch up you too buddy.

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S2E15: Falcon and Winter Soldier Episode 1 Breakdown

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S2E15: Falcon and Winter Soldier Episode 1 Breakdown

"Hey friends actually janna welcome back to season two of the girls universe podcast your home for the latest entertainment and fandom news. Hey friends welcome back to the girls. Girls universe podcast. We hold you. We could share about the falcon and the winter soldier on the bugle. But it's out now and we could not wait to discuss it with you all. So this is your spoiler warning if you have not seen episode one of the falcon and the winter soldier which i mean. I don't know what you're slacking on because like at dropped But seriously if you haven't seen it stop or you're going to be disappointed because we're about to get into the whole episode and yeah you're you're going to be sad sad panda anyway. It is streaming now. Disney plus If you haven't seen it watch it. And then come back and geek out with us. So if you're new here or you haven't already. We would love for you to leave us a rating on apple podcasts. Or wherever you are listening from it helps our podcast reach other geeks and the more the geeky all right So we also have a facebook group. Get girls universe. you don't have to be a girl. Join only a geek. So ashley. what's of into it. Because you know. I feel like when wanda vision i started. People were really like this weird at so low. it's not marley. And this was pretty much the exact opposite definitely. This was like watching a marvel movie. Yes definitely not like wanda vision at all. I mean just from the opening scene. It was like whoa. Yeah so definitely This one you and kinda talked earlier off mike. But it's very captain. America the winter soldier. Kind of captain. America the first avenger. So like i said definitely more marble then wanda vision and very different vibe. Yeah the aesthetic is very yeah very much marvel movie And yet told like obviously winter soldier vibe makes sense you know obviously but And when her soldiers in the title but yeah. The aesthetic is very much that winter soldier aesthetic on. But then there's the scene in like the smithsonian with all of the captain america artwork. So you kinda get that. Like i venture vibe mixed in there which is you just click off cabin bucky and it just it just feels it just feels good and sad and weird all at the same time. It is just a random thought. I just had. You're saying that. I guess cap is no longer a war criminal because remember in. What was the homecoming showing those like videos. And they're like guys a worker mental now so. I wonder like what happened to that exhibit of that. You know i guess. Now everybody's like oh steve. He saved their lives right. A non will. Yeah because then later in the end the various when we get there there yeah there but the very end up in a war criminal because nba becky's being exonerated right. Like he was party on this thing is his whole therapy and seen as a little crushing right because you you just see him with all this you know. Ptsd which he's clearly been dealing with since he stopped working with hydra. But you just you kinda see how it affects him on the day to day and you know he's meeting with a psychologist. See this kind of like that. Tug at the heartstrings. Where you're like. Oh poor like you can see so broken. He's been again old hug. I yes definitely. I just wanted to squeeze him. I mean he's one of my favorites anyway and we've always adamantly defended him in any forum when someone tries to say anything bad about bucky barnes Yeah but this is definitely going to be dealing with. Ptsd now only of bucky. But also sam. We're going to see more of lake the real world implications for the blitz and then people coming back and which we kinda got a little bit of in one division. Yes so yeah if the series man it's it's already substrate fire. I can't wait to actually be able to talk about this on marvel mondays. You wanna talk about it with us. Join us on mondays on her. Cell gerrad dislike ready to shout. Shout about especially the end and we will get to the end. But yeah falcons new suit right his new wings or whatever we call them. I mean i is it. A suit is wings. I don't even know it's it's a suit. It's part of the suit. His stark industries upgrades confirmed. What is that right. What was it the first seen. What five minutes. Three minutes or something and it was just i mean it was so intense and so good. It's like it just drops in your leg right exactly and i. I think it's funny. I'm sure it was always meant to be that way. But i find it a specially hilarious because of how people certain people not us or lake. Division started to slow whereas soccer the winter soldier you get about a minute and a half of sam getting ready for some important event. While looking at steve. Shield and hearing the conversation between old man stephen falcon and then massive aerial fight scene for like gosh. It felt like it went on for a while but like in a good way not in a bad way. Yeah no it was just like action like boom. You're like wow now. Opt into that action. Like sam da plane into action like it's it was crazy. We got a truck as backs the last we saw him. He was in captain. America winter soldier in custody But he is not in custody anymore. He escaped sam as sam is after him trying to get They have an operative that had been taken hostage by a truck and his crew leaves for another day. And if it's like the comics will see him join up with zemo at some point in time in the show. I know that guy supergroup stuff. I suspect that's going to be a thing just based on what we saw in this episode one hundred percent i also i mean i wrote this for cpr. Because i firmly believe it. I think we're gonna see zemo if we don't see him. Officially form the thunder bolts and or masters of evil. We're going to see the beginnings of it because that's his m o. It's what he does in the comics. He's super successful with it. And we've got a lot of players in the field already than those team up. So i could see it. Happening in this at six at six episodes. So it's like it's everything's gonna happen fast fast. And this was a long episodes compared to like what we had for. One vision now granted manager nine episodes but this was forty seven minutes. That's like the longest one that we had for all of one division so to see how long the other ones are. But i mean forty seven minutes. Is you know half of a movie now. Maybe not half of a marvel movie. 'cause they square longer and longer into basically the like. Let me sit in a movie theater for four hours. But not that i'm complaining. I mean it's fine. We're not planning it off by the time this is down. It'll be like two and a half movies or something. Probably matt like time royal right. I mean so it's gonna tell a pretty good story it's not like there's no content it just forty seven minutes flies when it's that kind of action gases credit yet. What happened what happened. Then make tied-in. I was waiting the please stand by from one hundred to be like i died and i'm like no no we're not but you don't get a please stand by but those credits it and you're just like how did the time go look credits were you to fall. I was like odd lots of this but yeah at least i'm enjoying those while. I was still contemplating. How forty seven. Minutes just flew. Yes they packed tun into that forty seven minutes. We met the flags smashers so flag. Smasher non-plural is a character in the comic books. Kind of talks about him briefly we talked about how lame that name is and sam feels the same way we do. He's like what is this bad guys. Come up with bad names. Thank you. Sam thank you. It is a bad name. His buddy torres is telling him like look they do these things where they try to meet up online and they're all about having a unified world with no borders. They feel like life was better during the and we do know that carly morgenthau is confirmed to be in the show. She's being played by aaron. Kelly men who is in soloist star wars story and the name of the original character. Karl morgenthau so suming. It's his daughter and and we'll get a little bit of that in a second 'cause now we see what sam was getting all dressed up for. He added to dc massoni museum to hand over steve. Shield to the museum he does. He still doesn't believe in himself which was really sad for me because that was what that opening dialogue was. When steve says how does it feel and sam says it feels like a belongs to someone else and steve says but it doesn't. Sam still hasn't accepted that he's good enough. You know to carry this mantle on carry the shield so he hands it over to the smithsonian to be put on display. Roadies there And they have a nice conversation he asked sam what we are saying like dude. Why aren't you captain. America and sam against just like. Hey shield doesn't belong to me. It's steve's it's not mine And then we get some familiar. Techno eerie feeling that hits and we see bucky in his winter soldier. Glory which i know that's when he's bad but i was super excited values. I was like yes everything. Give me more winter soldier on. He was taking some people out for hydra. Unfortunately a young man gets crop. Caught in the crossfire. Bucky wakes up. It was a nightmare and then we see him in therapy. But what really got me. Excited was henry jackman. Who was the composer for a winter. Soldier and captain. America's civil war is the author for the show so it was bucky steam. The winter soldier team playing. I was like my favorite favorite themes in the higher. Mcu so i was super like nerdy geeky about that. And he's he's in he's in therapy and we have this hilarious exchange between him and the therapists that we have seen in the trailer for the staring contest. This poor woman. I loved her though. She didn't let him when you get away any she. I mean she was intense. He's larry he's like. Oh doing the notepad thing that's passive aggressive not talking to me. She's like you're not talking. So i'm writing and he's like oh come on one hundred. Six years old girl up is a airport everything Obviously but like the way that they've created this exchange between he and the therapist and then obviously you know if you've watched the trailer you see the exchange between he and sam in the therapist about they have a good rapport right and it's just right funny to see him just kind of do that yet. I'm talking to you unless i have to. Kind of thing Basically here just like putting in my time right. And she's like. I know you long enough that i know you're lying. And he's like whatever about lying lying just playing the like. I'm not talking to you gave. And she's like whenever i i have to report you to you. Know whoever because you're not following your orders for your part in and he's like Teenager he's like teenage group just being right over grumpy or a grumpy old man. One of the two is a combination. Yeah it's it's a exchange but still serious you know she's been in she's been in the service so she's seen war like obviously not to his extent but she's definitely seen combat and she's like look like don't try to. I don't even know like Gloss over how. You're feeling yeah. Don't don't don't act your age. She's like you're alone and being alone is like the worst personal hell yep for someone that's going through. Ptsd so it was as much as we said. it's funny. It's very poignant to and but we do learn that buggies got list on this list. Unlike steve's list of like let me watch some movies and tv shows and listen to some cds Buggies list is full of people that he is trying to kind of right. The wrongs he put these people in power or he helped them out and now he's out to take them down but without hurting them too much three rules right not hurting. Anybody is helping illegal knocking at all. You know i was at the third one. It was like accepting who he is with that awkward. Like i'm bucky barnes and i'm here to take you down. Hey so funny Yes there are several names on the list actually will have that in my breakdown for you on my site linked to it. But there's a few that are based on the comics that are interesting But one that sticks out and should stick out to everyone is h zemo. A helmet zemo. Who knows in the show we. Nobody's gonna have major problems with him. Zemo impersonated him. Got him captured when all he wanted was plums and privacy then he used the whole redbook book. Winter soldier lake training to mind control him so is definitely got a bone or five to pick. I'm gonna follow those three rules when he finds zima. Don't blame him zero when it comes to what happens later in the show. I hope he also doesn't follow those three per one. Hundred percent percents But bucky has performed in an elderly man named jerry which is hilarious. Because i feel like like steve bucky relates more to elderly people. Because that's when his real age or closer at least to his actual age and the old man is hysterical he. He's cranky but then he sets up on a date he's like i haven't been on a date since nineteen forty three. I don't know how to do this. And we also meet. Sam's family has sister. Sarah who's been fighting to keep the family business afloat while he was gone. She's a single mom she's a widow. The bank not helpful at all we learn that they just don't care as am being an adventure has no clout apparently like. Oh you save the world. Let's take some. But i'm not gonna give you alone to help your business because you haven't existed for the last five years and you don't have financial record really right. It was insane. I was like this guy needs a good slap in the face with a vibrant neom arm like bucky handle that back in this whole real We learned that yeary son was the young man that was killed by the winter soldier. During bookies like nightmare flashback and bucky feels guilty so he has a second list so on the left side of his notebook his revenge list and on the right side as his like remorse list and at the top of it is your name and he doesn't tell us that it was him but you can see it's weighing on him. He doesn't want to keep it from him but he also knows that by telling him he's gonna lose this man as a friend so it's just. It was hard. I felt so bad for him. That struggle when you see like when he goes to the door and he sees the picture with like the memorial from his son lake where he's burning the candle i mean he can like see he's got it he's just like Yeah it's like. He went there to tell him but then he just couldn't bring himself up to do it. It was hard core guy but we don't have to deal with that emotion before torres has been following the flag smashers around and now they're in switzerland instead of calling him back up. What did you say you like this dumb kid this kid. This kid is so dumb. i'm back up. I'm going to take on the flag smasher group like by myself like i don't think he was out to fight them but then he you know that training kicks in. We're like they're doing bad. And i'm a good guy. And he in the middle of all the chaos who he kind of had to do something or he's beyond obvious that he's not part of their group bray but he decides to take the fight to presumably the leader the flag smasher and that fight was over before it even began that dude draw and kick his butt like that right. Yeah that was. Yeah was like well dude. You kinda get which pay for when you're not using your brains exactly. He's lucky he lives so he sends sanam and they're trying to discuss what's going on Now in the comics the original flag. Smasher doesn't have any type of enhanced abilities. He just happens to be a really good fighter. He has some advanced weaponry sometimes but nothing super special about him but the way he was fighting in this and the reaction that salmon torres had to each other which they didn't finish the sentence you know he's like do you think it's in sam's like i don't know i think he might have some like some sort of enhancement. I mean chick like that. Now i mean you know even cobra kai is not like you know that strike. This was like mortal kombat. Yeah mickan torres torres luggy. He walked away from this. I was like okay like one kick and lifted in the air flying and then dropped him a punch to the face and he was like basically left for dead right. So does that one kick where you were like. I'm sorry what just happened exactly so. It's not a normal kick. It just didn't strike me as a normal. Like even captain america again. He's got that super soldier serum so for him to kick it makes sense. He's got some version of the serum as well as the vibration aren but this guy does not seem that way right however it could you never know they can tweak the cannon to make it work it'll make it more interesting for sure if he's got some sort of enhancement like that because otherwise sam amd bucky together or separately could easily kick this guy right. Don't know i don't know and then let's see we ended on a. I'm so angry. I could fit. We knew it was coming. It's in the trailer trailers. However it makes me i was extra amount about it sarah and sam sitting there watching the news as the department of defense names. The new captain. America first of all. That's not your title. Don't use it all. Us agent much my shield on touch that shields john walker the us agents aka the new captain america wonks wearing his comic book accurate. Sue and carrying steve's shield. And i wanted to scream. I was so mad and the guy playing him is the son of two of my goldie. Hawn and kurt russell who i adore. But they cannot save him. He is garbage to me now and that smirk on his face. Oh i just want to take his vibrating arm. Wipe that look right off his face. He's like the most hated actor in hollywood right now for doing exactly for showing up to work for taking like one acting getting paid for something wrong wrong role friend seriously. I was so mad. I was like like i hate him. Where the a hate him. More than jane foster. At the moment those are fighting words. I mean but only at the moment like she's not on my screen when she's on my screen touching meal near i mean i'm going to have a problem but as of right now john walker is my like number one like you are scum of the earth. Yea he's now. When i mean we all knew this was coming but yeah like when i watched sam hand over the shield at the beginning i was like Like i know exactly where this is going. Biking it all like it in his interviews. I don't like it don't like it at all. I was we. I don't like it. i don't like bad. I was like no and for exit and the episode end with that. I was like oh marvel. You're making the like whatever smirke smile and he's like. Hey you're like. I'm a punchy wind up things i mean. I've wanted to punch him in the face every time he does that. Run into the football field high. Five people makes me like gag who really one hundred him. Can't stand up so angry. Marble lenny do this to us. I tell you what i think. Generally like amp assab with by citing things. Make us angry and like make us cry. It's like they do this roller coaster. Yes what can we do to get under their skin And all of those in like one episode or one movie or whatever. It's never just like oh. This was an all feel-good or this was a all action like it's it's all all the time. I think the only one where we thought we were going to get away. Unscathed was ant man wasp and we remember when we screen that at the at the studios and we were like. Oh this is such a funny movie. It was so nice after infinity ward a laugh and then the post credit hit of were like. Hey hey we are so mad at the director. We told him not to did dirty. So yes that's right. You're right they they come at us every single time late But yeah so next week. I think we'll see buckles reaction to this next week. And i have a feeling early. I'm hoping zemo interests will be next week. Maybe sharon to yes. So this is probably when bucky decides. He's gonna maybe respond to sam's texts. Yes that would be a to jab. Not f- did you just to write. And i feel like buqiza type two dozen watch. Tv so he's either going to see it in a newspaper or he's gonna see sam's tax and then he's like loses mind riley he's gonna be limited we'll exactly get somebody was touching his best friend. Shields don't touch. My best friend stopped yet now. Exactly he's gonna lose it like somehow like the text to come into play in. It's gonna be like i'm sorry what just happened. Bonus points bucky. Barnes has learned how to pick appropriate gifts. Because there's a few. I can think of for this situation right eight. I feel like bucky has not. I feel like that would be like a he. And steve still not on the page of knowing how to use like gifts. And you know hand. Becky's phone was a flip phone. Did you notice that she loosed it. And i chuckle. Because i was like. I haven't seen a flip phone since. I had that motorola razor in paint so darryl has moved to portland in two thousand thirteen. That's hilarious. I mean there were plenty of apple phones by then he liked just was like i'm gonna die with that thing in my hand and i was like we were willing my eyes every time like wherever did yep you do you. Oh well thank you for tuning in for our breakdown of episode one falcon and the winter soldier. What did you think. I wanna hear what everybody else thought so either. Tweet us at that ashley. Aaron at wisconsin sunshine or join our marvel mondays party. It happens at noon eastern time. Every monday hashtag marvel mondays. Because i need to know are you. Are you as bad as we are. I especially wanna know like if your team iron man like are you as angry as we are guys like i feel like team cap is like extra extra extra about this We are extra mad about it. But i would argue also extra mad about it. I'm curious but until next time geeks. Thanks for listening. 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Higher Highs On Bitcoin & A Cradle

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:54 min | 2 months ago

Higher Highs On Bitcoin & A Cradle

"The show is proudly sponsored by tried to call dot com. And i'm going to bring you a testimony today from a course member from two thousand eighteen high craig. Congratulations and achieving your goal. I've also achieved module basically use the method you taught at your workshop found v. w. m. i. Set up to be thirty at thirty to be very good friend to me. Thanks to you for my family. I now have total. Financial freedom changed. This could be you as well take the plunge get started a visit. Try to called dot com. Now get everybody. Welcome to the dreaded. Come creep podcast. You'll slice of what's going on the market and tell you what you're the last. Things look ensued exhibited a good with bitcoin rallying breaking up towards a higher high on that four hour shot on very much in favour. What's going on right now. It is looking quite strong. Currently as i speak to you this forty seven minutes ago the the can which is in the cradle up trend on the four hours. Well it could this be the first opportunity of hopefully many in the next leg up on bitcoin. I certainly hope so only waiting and seeing what we do when we come to the closed that four hour candle county going to forty nine thousand five hundred and seventy one and one point six percent pulling back after die where we were up. We were up. What three void Said excellent stuff to say the two-day still looking feverishly bullish and looking for opportunities on a very very much assignment up to higher highs and that four out and the four time finding been spending my time focused on as a means of. I've got that two day at big picture. Move linked up with my limit time. Find a four hour. Now that i have been the first round of opportunities to me. We ought to see further upside and bitcoin. Although looking very good theories in the cradle zone is well not four. I'd have to say if the pick between the i'll be going big fifteen hundred and fifty eight dollars and ninety cents on a theory right now so i doubt of a percent yesterday it was up five point four six percent except they had a very slow die yesterday. I only up two point nine percent and it's still very saad wise. It's up point nine percent right now at forty four point seven. Not telling me too much as there is not much of trend design can really be but bitcoin cash right now. It was up yesterday. I've only point seven percent. There's resistance sitting at five hundred and fifty dollars until you break up through. That will build into that for an opportunity to get long. It's some somewhat out of my rich range at the moment. Now dot o. One of the strongest trends out there on that daily in to shop the four hour ease up training. But i'll go to say the pullback that we did get yesterday pulling back to you full thirty five. It made a new high on that four hour trade. Thirty eight seventy six but filed to push on much further on a c. mall from polkadot. I wanna see the simplicity coming into the four out to really open up opportunity for upside. It's not really the for me as it stands right now so nothing there. Thirty six dollars. Eighty three point six percents stains lot coin. Unfortunately there is no. It's not the cleanest of high lows four out because right. Now there's a love of little bullish candle on that four hour shot in that cradles is one hundred ninety six dollars ninety cents down half percent right now but could be looking to set for the highest not if catalyst to set up yesterday was full point seven percent and guy law coin on that Day and two looking quite nice in day on the bona. It's up seven point seven percent two hundred and forty two dollars and twenty cents. Look it didn't push on to create a high a high in that four hour trade yesterday. It'll be keeping a close on the evening of the morning because on its husband a very strong project and it'll be interesting to see if we can't say that momentum that strength come back bonnets over the next twelve eighteen hours kadan on the daily time friend. And i'm watching this right now backing that cradles on daily with an up trend and just waiting for an opportunity the twelve not really giving me one often without that simplicity eilly gee whiz a little bit further perhaps saving and provided with an opportunity tomorrow with a little bullish candle then. That could be something that all that could be ready. Good garlic's at one dollar twenty cents down one point. Two four percent link did push to new high highs within that for our journalists bullish candle cradles once again. it didn't push on very high from the higher height set only micromanage and not very far couple. Another couple of bucks less than a dollar There's a bullish channel in the cradles. The four hour now but again. It's not feeling the excitement. It doesn't look as good as some of the other options out there tx. It's currently at twenty nine dollars and fifty one cents. Dan one point six percent around top ten hits still a linens which remained sideways from the session yesterday. Only just up point four percent the four looking very very mushy very average very slow. Forty one point eight cents down point six percent so whilst we wait for the next explosive moves the upside. We hope it's about making show you maintain what you're doing. Be ready for the next move and nine what to do and planning to try your biggest objective at the moment manager. Risk at tom's fantastic die. I'll speak again tomorrow off now. This show is proudly sponsored by. Try to call dot com. And i'm going to bring you a testimony today from a course member from two thousand and eighteen. Hi craig congratulations and achieving. Your goal also achieved mogol advice. Bicycle use the method. 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4-27-20 What's News

The Nicole Sandler Show

07:51 min | 1 year ago

4-27-20 What's News

"It's time for New Coal Sandler's what's news from Nicole Sandler Dot Com and the progressive voices network. If something felt different this weekend it could be because it was Donald. Trump spared us his stable genius wisdom with no White House Corona virus briefing on Saturday or Sunday on Friday. It was just a quickie twenty two minute presentation in which he took no questions. First Time. That's happened since these daily sessions began on Easter so the last time trump did one of his marathon rallies badly disguised as a pandemic briefing. He gave us this bit of Brilliance. Supposing we hit the body with a tremendous Whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light supposing you brought to light inside the buddy you can which you can do either through the skin or In some other way the disinfectant knocks it out in a minute one minute and is there a way we can do? Something like that By injection inside or or almost cleaning will never let that Mongo. Instead trump did his rambling on twitter where he spent most of the weekend tweeting ugly things at the press. On Saturday and Sunday alone trump sent tweets blasting the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board. He said the media had it wrong quote corrupt in thick when it said he was speaking to. Dr Deborah burks during news conference he was. He explained his reasoning for not having news conferences anymore. Everybody's so mean to me. He suggested Democrats in the media were in cahoots for quoting him. Saying the virus was a hoax. He did he called. The Washington Post slime balls he said reports that health and Human Services Secretary. Alex as our was on the brink of losing his job were fake twice. He tweeted three times about the New York. Times story on how he spends his time. He later pushed back on that New York Times piece in a New York. Post Propaganda Article O. N. He tweeted three times about Fox. News and of course noble Nobel Gate. You didn't hear about that one yet. Yes in another twitter tirade against the media on Sunday trump called on reporters who wrote about Russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election to return their quote noble prizes and Obi Ellie there are no noble prizes for reported stories are there Nobel. Prizes there are Pulitzer Prizes for journalism. There is a Nobel Prize for literature. Of course that rant was soon deleted but hours later trump revisited? It and called his comments sarcasm. Where have we heard that before Perhaps the reason trump took no questions on Friday and his last appearance in the briefing room. Because well maybe because the White House had tried to move. Cnn's Kaitlan Collins. Having her switch from her seat in the front row with Chris Johnson a print pool reporter from the Washington beacon who was seated in the sixth row. The seat assignments are made by the White House. Correspondents Association with the White House having no say in the matter at all when both reporters refused to move the White House official. Who tried to get them to swap seats. Threatened to get the secret service involved. Of course no. Such thing happened. And trump left the room after twenty two minutes without taking a single question in reality. The man baby occupying the White House is now throwing a Tantrum because he exposed himself as the fraud that he is on Thursday. Supposing we hit the body with a tremendous Whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light supposing you brought the light inside the buddy you can which you can do either through the skinner In some other way the disinfectant knocks it out in a minute one minute and is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost cleaning? Yeah that The Washington. Post's Philip bump and Ashley Carter a fascinating analysis of what goes on in those White House. Infomercials briefings in the thirty five of them held. Since March sixteenth trump spoke for more than twenty eight hours combined. He took up sixty percent of the time that the officials spoke over the past three weeks which comprised the analysis that amounted to more than thirteen hours of trump speaking that included two hours of attacking others forty five minutes praising himself in his administration and in total just four and a half minutes expressing condolences for the victims of the corona virus. Over the past three weeks. They found that eighty seven of his comments or answers. A full forty seven minutes included factually inaccurate comments. But the future of trump's time at these events is in question following Thursday's disastrous outing and the nonstop barrage of taunting at his expense ever since the White House is planning to shift. Trump's statements away from healthy talk toward easing the economic devastation. Caused by the pandemic and other briefing is scheduled for Monday afternoon at five stay tuned or not. The World Health Organization says there's no evidence that contracting the corona virus makes you immune to a second infection. This development throws a wrench in long-term Corona virus management plans like immunity passports. Which would have allowed people who've recovered from the disease to resume normal activities on a faster timetable for top medical. Experts increased. Testing is still the most promising strategy to get people in economies backup enrolling here on the US. Dr Anthony Fauci says the country's testing about one point five million to two million people a week and really needs to double its efforts over the next several weeks. Meanwhile New York hospitals are studying for motor. Dean a common heartburn drug to see if it could be effective against cove at nineteen preliminary results from a clinical trial of remedies. Aveer that much discussed experimental antiviral drug could be released in the next two weeks across the globe. People are social distancing. But the numbers. Keep going up as of Monday morning. Almost a million people in the United States alone have been infected by the corona virus with more than fifty four thousand eight hundred having died. Uk Prime Minister. Boris Johnson returns to work Monday. Johnson were released from the hospital last Sunday. After battling covert nineteen and has been recuperating at home however officials say the U. K. Is Not yet ready to lift. Its lockdown measures and will work on increasing. Its Corona virus testing capacity. Some other countries are already opening up. Switzerland will allow some businesses like hairdressers and DIY stores to reopen on Monday and New Zealand. Claiming it has eradicated. The virus has opened schools and eased restrictions on recreational activities Italy which weathered one of the worst corona virus outbreaks in the world will begin lifting lockdown measures next week in Wuhan China all hospitalized. Cova patients have reportedly been discharged marking a milestone for the original epicenter of the outbreak. And that's just a bit of what's news for now on Nicole Sandler appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And I can't do it without your help. Find out more at Nicole Sandler DOT COM and be sure to click on that donate button.

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