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No, Virginia, Santa cant get coronavirus

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

15:46 min | 6 months ago

No, Virginia, Santa cant get coronavirus

"Make me smart is supported by the healthy minds at work program. Today's employees experienced increasing zaidi reduced focus disconnection from peers and burn out the healthy minds at work program. A meditation based workplace wellbeing tool was built by neuroscientists so employees can be more calm develop healthier relationships gained perspective and bring more meaning to their work. Learn more at h m innovations dot org slash. Make me smart anyway. Sorry a little mike. Berger result is is thursday This is make me smart. Thank you very much for coming together. Trying to make the day make sense really adams's in today mali's off because she's doing stuff so that's where we are. It's been so long since we last chatted a whole forty eight hours and thank you for choosing at the time to bring me back is hollowed out. Shell of thursday. Well you know. We like to be consistent around here. We are going to do what we do. Little news A little light hearted on the way out and then we will be on your way on our way as it were. But i guess you can be on your way to. I dunno people could be on their way while listening to this podcast again. That's the beauty of broadcast right. You know it's funny. So i go to the studio every day to do show because my is terrible and so my listening habits which were skewed from march to august and then when the kids went back to school my home internet winker fluey. I've been back in the old. Enter the old listening patterns and it's weird. It's very bizarre. It's very bizarre. Yeah i would think that you know not to inflate your ego or anything but like you're famous enough that somebody in the internet company would want to sort that out on the radio every wednesday his gardening lardy anyway and charlton. I know sitting down there in the control room and la going. Oh i know he says that everyone's day anyway. Shall we move on enough about me. And my internet woes. What are you got yes. Well actually we're talking about the internet. Why don't you go first with yours. Oh well oh my goodness so this picks up on something the molly and i were talking about the other day which is whether you know after the pandemic is done and the election blue is done whether facebook and twitter are going to slip back into being them their own old self which is really just letting anything on their site. I know that's an exaggeration. But you know what i mean and saying. Hey you know whatever let the people started out and now comes in reuters today A recording of a meeting That mark zuckerberg hand and all staff that we had he had today at facebook saying that former trump white house advisor steve bannon had not violated enough of the company's policies to justify his suspension. The reason that's interesting of course is that mere days ago. Mr bannon who was of course. A senior adviser to the president of the united states advocated the beheading of christopher. Ray the director of the fbi and dr anthony fauci. Who is the countries. Dr and so i guess that's not enough to get you bend and i would just say that's a that's a strike in in mali's favor that they are going to go back to their old tails you know. I i just really appreciate the writing in the first paragraph of this piece from reuters. Which i am going to read just because i was like good job. Facebook chief. Executive mark zuckerberg told an all staff meeting on thursday that former trump white house advisor. Steve bannon had not violated enough of the company's policies to justify his suspension when he urged beheading senior. us officials according to a recording by all those words together. It's like no one goes on a quotes from this tape. We have specific rules around. How many times you need to violate certain policies before we will the activate your account completely zach brexit. So i guess advocating to beheadings is not enough times. Maybe three will be the third strike. You're out yes. I mean so so so. That's my item. They i do not think and look mine. I've talked about this many times. i'm sure others will will have their own facebook stories. They just never learn the lesson they never learn it. Get back to part of the converse. Yeah to the conversation you know on on tuesday. It's like what are the financial incentives these are still businesses literally. What financial incentive do. They have to slow down their traffic. And you know sure. They're they're saying that they want to do the right thing. But they are businesses. But speaking of tuesday again. I was really torn over topics today because one of the things we talked about on tuesday was just sort of how damaging it would be for the transition to be delayed with the whole. Gsa thing. and then i listened to. What are you know wednesday which also made me smarter so thank you And since then there has just been deluge of reporting about all of these other consequences of the slow down and it still seems that. The biden team is sort of projecting. We're going to be fine for now but now other political leaders are starting to really freak out You have a lot more. Republicans coming out like no. They need to be a part of the transition. They need to start getting these intelligence briefings and a lot of academics and writers and sort of the washington thinkers and speakers and pundits and everything. Lots people freaking out but a lot more republicans now speaking up i mean you had karl rove whole street journal saying like come on y'all and so like just like a get it. The the legal challenge is are making some people feel better in his base in trump's space there obviously a move to placate trump. You know the. I'm i'm really torn on this like not that. I have to decide or anything like this. But i mean i definitely see the the damage being done and i just wonder is. Is you know what the question is. Essentially have is is the damage of stopping it going to be worse than damage of letting it play out. And that's what i'm still unclear of. Let me ask you are you genuinely torn or are you Bending over backwards to be fair when all the evidence is on the its oversight right. I mean i understand what you mali were saying on tuesday that you want you know if you can get some people of the seventy two point. Seven million people who voted for president trump to be placated by this then. That might be a win. I would suggest that the harm to established Norms of of this democracy is greater than the four people. Who might be convinced. You know i agree with you. But there's something else i'm considering which is some of the violent and dangerous language that i have been seeing and the way that that's going to be targeted and who will be the victim of that if people don't feel like this process has gone all the way through and specifically i mean some of these right wing militias the white supremacist. Who have really kicked up in their activities. That are really talking about targeting people and so it's it's not just sort of the placating the small segment of you know trump supporters. Who are willing to be convinced like yes. That's part of it but also will this do anything to limit some of this other re these other risks But i'm happy to see more republicans speaking up. I'm glad to see that. There's a possibility that congress will take some action. Maybe the oversight committees and things like that. But it's it's very interesting of watch this dance and watch these sort of various considerations playing out but that i started out this whole spiel saying i was really struggling on what topic to have that. The one that's on my mind case cove it. Its covid there are so many cases. There's so much death in it's getting worse and i. This is all that. I'm talking about with people. Now i mean. I'm reading a lot about the transition and all the problems and things like that but what everyone is talking about is cove it and people who thought they could go home for thanksgiving canceling those plans. People who are preparing for another lockdown and the scale of it is just so bad and Apm research lab which shout out to to our own folks here at american public media. They are tracking these cova deaths by race. And i'm trying to to bring up this this statistic that they had today that they put out every couple of weeks i guess where they talk about how many deaths are attributed to covid in various groups so today they tweeted out that one in every eight hundred seventy five Black americans have died of covid. Nineteen one thousand nine hundred and twenty-five indigenous americans and these numbers you know obviously they skewed towards black indigenous people. But they're just so they're so bad that the so bad and i wish that people do better We had this week. Someone on biden's covid nineteen sort of transition task force. You know saying that we're about to enter cova hell and saying that they're seriously talking about a four to six week. Nationwide lockdown That that may be what it takes but it can't come for another eight weeks. That's the thing it's going to be eight weeks of and look and this does nothing to ameliorate what you said. But it's eight weeks of the nihil and Lack of leadership and poor modeling behavior and all behavior modeling rather sorry And all of this stuff that we see in for the since february with this thing and so we have to get through this dark winner. as i've been saying about the economy because there's no stimulus bill coming or relief bill coming the economy's on its own and so two. Are we with this disease. Yeah and the hospitals are getting over flowed everywhere all right. Were really in the hollowed out. Shelf space now. Yes charlton would you. I'm gonna go first because mine's a quick dip into that territory that that you have brought This podcast couple of times as have i. I'm not your molly. Has that thing that you call it a make me smile but it doesn't really make you smile but you have to say it anyway so so to thank so so there was a there was a statement from. I didn't even know this. Government agency existed these cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency which is an element of the department of homeland security and they are out with a statement today that says and here's the quote in bold letters on their release. There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes change votes or was in any way compromised so this is the department homeland. Security part of the trump administration saying no. Just no. that's it that's my thing this is. This isn't the same division where everyone's remembering that. Their chief is about the head ousted. Yes this this. Is the rumor that the chief is a guy named christopher christopher krebs is about be booted from the federal government that is correct. This is that frank which is a whole nother. Yeah i'll all the people getting pushed out in the in the you know what was supposed to be the the boring part of the political season but instead it's crazy another version of this though. That's also good about the election. Being safe and secure is voter turnout voter. Turn out the highest that it's been you know. Even by percentage points in like a hundred years or so. I mean the level of civic engagement in this election. And and i think i've said this multiple times is was just really amazing but now i would like to talk about santa because okay i know yes. Let's do the disclaimer here center here for anybody. Who's listening with children in. The room is completely real sad. It's real. i've gotten. I've gotten that too many times after. I've said other things on the radio. So i don't know what else you would say about on the radio about santa so that's not really an and to that end. We have some news out from italy today. That because father christmas aka santa wears a mask and has all of these testing procedures and rules and plays. He has a special permit that will allow him to travel the world despite the lockdown howard under the covid And so children do not need to worry about santa not being able to travel because of all the country and travel restrictions due to covid he. All of his elves are said to be safe and being careful wearing masks in enjoying social distancing and all the rules so no worries. Everybody excellent excellent. That's awesome. that is good news. Santa who israel has a real waiver on covert. So that's good that's and whereas a mask. Everyone was a mask all right doing it. you can do. It's not that heartful all right. That is it today. Mali's going to be back tomorrow for economics on tap and the youtube livestream at six thirty pm eastern and three thirty. Pm pacific time. In the meantime you can subscribe to the weekly newsletter this week. Talking about appropriately. Holiday travel The augusta national's gross history and also some post election reading recommendations you can subscribe at marketplace dot org slash newsletters. Really bad i was watching tiger days having a good day but when you think about the history of that place not great smart is produced and directed by melissa cabrera. Tony wagner is our digital producer. Ethan parents is our beloved intern. Phillips reds are newsletters. Like we just told you about also made me start skills on. Your smart device is yes. Today's program was engineered by charlton. Thorpe and ben tolliday who i love and daniel ramirez composed the theme music and senior producers dot. Tam and the executive director of on-demand is atari of us. So i've been the other neighboring boyd. Is he needed coronavirus. Pepple lemieux said. There's a lot of haircut. I have not had a haircut since two thousand and three really really. I know right wow.

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82: Bordeaux and China: Wine Culture Clash or Perfect Pairing? Suzanne Mustacich Reveals Surprising Insights

Unreserved Wine Talk

39:22 min | 11 months ago

82: Bordeaux and China: Wine Culture Clash or Perfect Pairing? Suzanne Mustacich Reveals Surprising Insights

"They use their eight hundred fifty five classification say these are the top wines uses once you dream of having and maybe can't afford that. You can afford the other seven hundred million bottles. In the means. It's a great marketing. Plan it worse. The top brands Chanel Gucci would every you might see the runway with the outfit you could never buy, but you can afford the scarf or the perfume. Yeah and it works. They understand that there's a desire for luxury goods with soon as there's a middle class, there is a desire for better lifestyle and make. You can't afford the whole lifestyle beacon for part of it. Can't afford the -cation hall or even maybe the trip abroad you can wind up bottle of wine and you can live it for a moment. Do. You have a thirst to learn about Wine d love stories about wonderfully obsessive people, ponting Lee beautiful places and Amusingly Awkward Social Situations Oh. That's the blend here on the unreserved wine talk podcast. I'm your host Natalie Maclean. Each week I share with you, unfiltered conversations with celebrities in the wine world as well as confessions from my own tipsy journey, as I write my third book on this subject. I'm so glad you're here now. Pass me that bottle. Please and let's get started. Welcome to episode eighty two. Why is Joe considered the ultimate luxury brand in the world of wine. Why did the Chinese market suddenly start buying Bordeaux wines in the nineteen eighties and nineties. Why does Bordeaux in particular suit? The ancient Chinese culture of prestigious gift-giving versus other expensive wines. And how does the demand for Bordeaux in China effect both the prices you pay and the styles you drink? That's exactly what we're going to learn. In this episode of the unreserved Wine Talk Podcast. We're chatting with Suzanne must've stitch they author of the Fascinating Book Thirsty Dragon China's lost for Bordeaux and the threat to the world's best wines. This conversation first aired on my regular facebook. Live video show up of years ago, so keep that in mind as the context for Suzanne's comments. Also, you'll hear me respond to viewer questions. You can be part of that conversation. Every second Wednesday at seven PM Eastern, All, include link as to where you can find us on facebook as well as the video version of this conversation. All in the show notes at Natalie Maclean. Dot. com, forward slash eighty two. If you want to discover mouth watering juicy wines, including lots of Bordeaux, and what pair with them sign up for my free online video wine class, the five wine and food pairing mistakes thicken. Ruin your dinner and how to fix them forever. Go to Natalie MacLean dot com forward slash class, and she's a time and date that work for you. I look forward to seeing you in the class. Okay on with the show. Our guest is a contributing editor at.

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The Hills Have Zeits 11/13: Cori Bush / Breonna Taylor, Kim Ng, Harry Styles, Lockdown, Georgia

The Daily Zeitgeist

22:01 min | 6 months ago

The Hills Have Zeits 11/13: Cori Bush / Breonna Taylor, Kim Ng, Harry Styles, Lockdown, Georgia

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Maybe that second box. You've been wanting to try out pillow. The internet in welcome to this episode of the hills have zeitz aka. Let desite one in ak the last house on the trend aka. A girl walks home at eight k told her geist. Oh works like that. That's all courtesy of johnny davis in honor Friday the thirteenth spooky. Watch out now. Let's so spooky. The last friday the thirteenth was the week that everything shut down back in march Shit yeah wow okay. That's that's Hopefully nothing terrible happens today. Wow the months ago. holy shit. The fact that we survived a halloween that had a full moon. That was the second full moon of the month of october aka. Blue moon through anything. We've done it all man. Yeah the miami have wrong. They were wrong survived that and just because our president didn't get reelected. We're still here. You know we're still surviving the treachery of the biden. Crime family. all right. let's get into what is trending Corey bush slash. Brianna taylor are trending in just a wildly fucked up story about how just completely out of touch. The gop is. Yeah she okay. So first of all quarry bushes a activist who is in the house of representatives in from hails from saint. Louis the sand is expanding. Yeah exactly So this is like you know the justice. Democrats slate of people that are coming through and like every like all the people who've won recently there are you know there's like freshman orientation for people who are entering the house of representatives. She's been documenting a lot of the things that's going on like for starters just how prohibitively expensive it can be to have the clothing like the where to be on the hill And so she's like was like doing little videos of hall. She was doing from thrift shops. So she can have the look that she needs but for the budget that is obviously the makes sense for people who are not like healthy millionare's who are just becoming a congress people for the fuck of it so the next video that came out of like a few hours ago was from justice. Democrats were corey bush. Basically talking about how at the orientation you know people are massed up. She is wearing a brianna. Taylor mask like her mask is black with white texts. That just says brianna taylor and she basically was saying that. So many people like several republican Leaders thought that she was briana. Taylor and i'll just play like a little bit of her kind of explaining what it's been like for her. Despite all that hype. You know. But i am not brianna taylor. This brianna taylor was murdered in her bed at night and she does not have just itself murder by the police and i just want people to you know we have to stretch ourselves and pay attention to what's happening in other parts of the country but this has been national news for a long time. People have protested in the streets with this name and it just saddens me that that people aren't people in leadership people that want to be in leadership don't know the struggles that happened into black people in this country and it's it's a this disheartening. And it was hurtful. Absolutely hurtful. And i didn't hear you want to hear it twice. I heard it several times. I'm being called tall. Brianna taylor today and yeah And not surprising at all. Because it's that lack of connection to what american people are experiencing that you know. People are completely d tuned insensitive to what the struggles are of many. You know especially black americans right now so yeah hearing that being like i can already seem like oh and okay. So that's clever. You have your name on your masks or you gotta get one of those mines gonna say mike new caucus or whatever the fuck name is but yeah it's fucking wild because they certainly have no funding with her right. Which is just as likely to. And yeah i was gonna say even worse but i don. I don't know which is worse. But the fact that they heard about the protests they were certainly scared of the protests. And you know reacted in fear to people getting out in the streets and letting them know how they felt about. What happened to brianna taylor. But they didn't learn her name. They didn't know what they were. Protesting about is well. That just shows you don. Yeah or what your media dia gives you because if he's watching fox. You thought these people were out here because they were mad at converse store right one to smash it up and they hate target and walmart. Not because like brianna taylor as gory. Bush said were murdered in their beds and do not have justice. And then you have crooked attorney general's out internees you know completely misrepresenting. What happens to try and get the police off. So it's it's anyway so it continues but yeah police follow corey bush in her journey to it's it's it's just dope to see people who are like connected to the humanity of this country and like what actual people are going through be out here and representing their constituents so she was getting pepper sprayed in the eyes during the ferguson protests and police violent backlash The and now she is in the halls of power. so yeah and there are many protesters from ferguson. Who mysteriously also died too. Which is another you know. Sad reality of what was going on there. So yeah the fico. I wish she would fucking name names of who actually said that should tour just like honestly those people should be. Yeah but i mean at the end of the day. Like the real movement's gonna come from like primary ing centrist democrats and get people and we're going to do the right thing rather than trying to like shame the unshakable shaming fucking like a deaf dog for a carpet. It's like your mouth moving. Yeah let's talk about qiming who has become the first woman. Gm of a pro sports team and like major north american sports because she was made the gm of the miami marlins and she's also the first asian-american gm of a pro sports team. And this fucking rules. She's been passed over for years like her name has been in circulation for gm roles. But derek jeeter whose name is back in the public consciousness because of mariah carey's biography but derek jeter is the ceo of the marlins and he would worked with so qiming like was she just like success follows. Her around she was with the yankees. Like came to work with the yankees. When right when the tory jeeter run started off. Yeah okay yeah. So she's tight with jeeter she's then like went and worked for a decade with in the major league baseball like front office in has just like has all the connections a super smart right and is just one of those people who so brilliant and good at what they do that like the misogynistic racists system like just can't say no to her anymore so shout out to her fucking awesome story. Yeah i mean how do you fuck around your like a look. I was there for the tory. Jeeter yankees the thing that almost anyone like the reason i watched baseball more like aside from just sort of be casually watching than dodgers had good players but like that was like the that you're like fuck man yams the yankees. Yeah harry styles is trending. He is on the cover of vogue off. Yeah i there's trailblazer solo male artist. Yeah it's hard to say which was more impressive but yeah her or this white guy being. I don't know i'm still gonna. I'm gonna i can tell you who harry styles. Fans thinks is more impressive. Sure but then. That's that's their prerogative. In a very narrow context of saying yes harry styles on the. Yeah sure. I didn't even know like i is. That good is it that. Isn't that much of a triumph. Like it's weird. When like. Because i see people like oh my in a first man that is like okay right but is closer. Look cool as fuck. But i don't know man. This dude looks like shit. You imagine us doing social like a high fashion photo. Shoot like where. You're aware like 'cause we looked at the spread yes. Sophie is a massive harry styles. Just flooding the thread with picture. After picture. after picture. I was like dude. I don't know if i can you know low key. I don't know if i can pull that off. You know as much confidence as i have. There's some things that maybe only harry styles has. Maybe you need that perfectly quaffed hair the like a outfit that a professional penny farthing competitor would wear. Yeah he. I don't know like the alphabets are dope. I think and the photography dope. He looks like shit bro. This dude looks. I know you're joking when you go like it's fucking dope. He's high fashion couture. Pull those off that little underage people ordering the victorian era under their skirts showing ties. Like one of those deconstructed meals where it's like you know. They're showing all the component parts in like clever ways. Now it's great photo. Spread for the hairlines bullshit will get out of bed we can tell you has had his hairline is not holding without any help this greeson. We'll see dude is headed for as you pointed out. Jude law territory. But you know as we know the male pattern baldness has been cured for the right price in more not. I mean people honestly this. This looks good man. Joel mikhail's joel mchale. Come out of a pool. Yeah that's no. i think. I think there's a lot of blow drying going on but he i forgot that he started out as like a mostly bald dude. Yeah now tonio. Bandera scott the good one. He's got. yeah yeah. Yeah because that's the one. Has everybody fucked up like no. But tony flags. I've never heard. Tony flags just going litter only flags tony flags over here looking like rob liberace you know mob liberace which also kind of makes sense mob liberace like this reference neighborhood on monday show. You can listen on monday. How are you feeling about travel are you. Do you have any relatives coming to travel come visit. I'm i am traveling. I'm driving a few hours to like a neutral saiteral site neutral site hotel one of my favorite bands and they you know like everyone started testing and most people aren't they don't go out for worker trying to stay isolated before so trying to not not that many people though like like six eight people or something like that but like in terms of like full-on traveling and like getting up in it. Like i feel fine in my car. You know and going somewhere. And knowing i'm in this spla- space where other people have committed to being as healthy and you know Following guidelines much as possible. But i don't know about that plane. Should i know some people who are about take. My parents are really really wanna fly out like they just miss their grandkids. So much and right. It would be like canceling christmas the day before christmas. Like to be like sorry al but they. Yeah we're we're having some very serious conversations about its homered. Yeah it's like the one thing that i'm sure like most of the earth that is you know in some culture that's like steeped in judeo christian traditions like around christmas time especially like i've never i've never been away from my family in never f and this is not going to happen this time and that will be around. Family like could come with a lot of fucked up consequences Depending on how safe people are just like environments there and but yeah especially now when we're looking to california and all the talks now trying to figure out like what we're gonna do for a lockdown or we like what kind of restrictions we need to put back in place because it's spiking again in parts of la four ford them article before we recorded. That was like people who return to california from like traveling out of state are being asked to quarantine for fourteen days. So i mean. Write them coming from the filthy east coast. Yeah i don't know it. It's changing constantly but it doesn't seem to be getting better and there's a lot of articles trending now it's like is it safe. Is it not safe what to do you have to has. Should you put nine masks on or three sweet spot. And it's like so terrifying. I also feel like now that and the this argument did not hold water with them. When i brought it up the other day but like the fact that we have laid at the end of the tunnel with a vaccine. It's like well now. At least we know it's not forever right like now. We know that eventually will be able to see in the not too euro wilder. But it's not like it's not like may when like what the fuck is still feels like that to a certain extent because we're not sure how we're gonna handle like every dimension of it especially like people not being able to worker needing financial assistance but yeah and finally georgia's trending. I'll just read from the ap report on this. Okay what did they say. What are the lying. Ap after say president donald trump's long-shot bid to overturn president. Elect joe biden's victory. I like that they talk about it like it's an actual suffered major setbacks on friday with news networks calling georgia for the democrat and legal challenges crumbling in three other key states i. It's it's wild to me that the way the the language that's being used around this is like almost like horse racing this to like making this into the horse race whereas and trump is really lagging and his ability to overturn democracy in america. Like what how. How are we normalizing that wild right. It's like i don't know it's like reporting on like a guy who's saying he's gonna fight a bear cage match and you're like you already know you're getting fucked dude. You're you're human fighting grizzly bear lake done but then it's like who knows he might have something it's like. Why are we talking about this. Why can't say this. Poor man is in a cage with a grizz. It's a foregone conclusion. Yeah but there's an addiction to keeping it like there's suspect because that's the only that's we're the fucking hole like digital media. Click like the impressions thing is also like fucking up to. Because i'm sure they see if they put stuff that's like it's a rab. Don't worry this guy's fuck. Here's all the ways he's wrong or even just yeah. I guess that both sides ing that was actually not from the. Ap that was from the algerians france presse perfectly pronounced by me and yeah but anyways just the both sides of it is. It's like a stupid and dangerous and dangerous. And i mean it's not stupid the idea it comes from a good place but the republicans have weaponized it against you so like you can't you can't just keep oh sizing things when they're using that to get away with basically murder But anyways we'll see. Let's go down to harold lederman for the tale of the tape cage side so look at the. We're looking at the tape. Right how trump is centering. The ring yeah anyway. Oh man i wish. I missed that. The bears got a height and reach advantage finished. The human just has sad fingernails while the grizzly has these knife like claws and teeth. That would shred human instantly. So i don't wouldn't mind seeing that trump the grizzly. I mean the way it's going and like the reports on how he's going deeper and deeper into his own mind to avoid reality he may very well be like i read is what we're gonna do me. Versa grizzly bear to show people once hurrell fucking with. And they're like okay like arizona and its know how to manipulate him like he's fairly easy to manipulate. You just like have to appeal to his ego appeal to his need to be praised and like his desire to seem like a tough guy. Like i don't know why. Nobody within the united states has figured out how to manipulate him. Yeah well at the same time. It's like you also don't want to see like trying to manipulate him for the sake of like it's like no. He needs to have the violent crash into the wall of reality. A moment you know like don't worry man. Yeah they fucked you over bro. Let's go Mall good bro. Really fucked you over. It should be like look where you lost. Okay i'm sorry. You bucket lost. Yeah i'm just saying manipulate him. 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ZBT #104: Military Superstitions

Zero Blog Thirty

36:50 min | 3 years ago

ZBT #104: Military Superstitions

"Today's episode of zero blog thirty is brought to you by our friends at Starbucks, Keeton ir in Seattle. We are doing it up big here. We spent the entire day Starbucks headquarters. I can't wait for you to hear about some of the things that we did. It was lovely, right? Catherine. It was really, really cool as a huge coffee drinker. I was very into it and also just being in Seattle. I was here once before as you guys have heard me ramble about, but last summer I came here to find myself. I had never been to the north west, so bought a plane ticket came out here for over week. Rented a car went up and down the coast went to see a Buddy's grave from the Marine Corps who died in Afghanistan, but like keeping it light. No, it was. It was lovely. Came up here did Tacoma Seattle, and so it's fun to be back here again and feel like I had that big dick energy yesterday where on like where I kind of knew where we were going like, you know, if we go past these trees. Got cool view. Go places case like up here on the left. There's going to be this little park and there's a homeless man named Hank. I'm like, how the? Yeah. How do you know that lives in that tent? I do like this, Seattle, let's the homeless people just haven't tent. It's like ten city. It is. It's a giant bivouac site pretty much in certain areas of wax. And what's what's the monster, cookie, monster. What's that? You never had a Wookey monster. No, I think I was called one sometime bivouac monster. There's some kind of monster God's. I'm been on the Marine Corps for a long time. There's some kind of monsters that come and takes down your tents, and if you don't like put them all in a row edge, usually a staff NCO that will come through and fuck up all your tents. Oh, no, I never heard that. I guess we always set our tense upright so that monster never came to visit me and it's not a given about it's not a giant of Wak site. This is absolutely beautiful city, but San Francisco went there and everybody's like there's poop everywhere. And then we didn't see any. Maybe one poop, but it's impossible to know who that from. It could be from TWA or it could be. Right. Thank you know we don't know what we do know is that we met a ton of Ren's because when we got to Starbucks, we were like, hey, can we interview a veteran or two? And then it was just like a factory of veterans ships showed up. Yeah, and none of them had like super gnarly, beards or tattoos, and they didn't have any tribal tattoos. So I'm not sure if it was just a bunch of stolen dollar. I saw the marine gentlemen. Blanket has eight, but he had TAT's fifty. Yeah, Dan, Dan tattooed. Wasn't anything like really to be ashamed of which is what I'm used to like myself. We're looking good. So I don't know if he was a plant, but they're seventeen thousand veterans. I'm sure some of them have really ridiculous tattoos that they've hired since two thousand three and they're going to raise their commitment to twenty five thousand by twenty twenty five Starbucks partner with team red white and blue team Rubicon in the mission continues as a way to get more people who serve with the military and veterans out in the community. Starbucks says forty five military stores, military communities across America with one hundred and thirty two stores by twenty thirty two or twenty three twenty two skews me. They're doing a whole bunch of stuff. Yeah, incredible numbers. But even like sound like I have mush brain a little bit just when I was reading that I've been better on my reading. I'm gonna say I need remediation back there. That's fine. I'm getting out in front of it. So please don't tell me that my reading got worse in this reading. Got worse in this episode Inc UK for abiding by my wishes tiny time, but we spent all they listening to all the things that they were doing. And we could go back tomorrow more. They just had more and more stuff eventually like, okay, we get it. You got your lot. And I felt like to keep being like, well, they're doing this and that and this and that I'm like genuinely has nothing to do with the fact they're sponsoring us. I was so impressed and blown away by all the things they're doing today, whether it's creating hubs outside of the military bases that are kind of networking and resources for veterans and military families, and spouses and whoever. So I thought that was really cool. We got to make coffees today. Part of me lot as learned how to make lots as and the best part somebody put for us, the marines. They put a dick in the lot. Judy was to make us feel at home. I slurp that hang up my slurped it up. My lot was delicious. I'm not gonna lie. I was shocked that I was able to do it because I've always been terrified of that steam thing behind the counter. Yeah. So I used it pulled that lever, did it very proud of myself music. Joke mine which say, let me take style schools on limiting Starbucks goes on the same. You take style scores on. Let me take bucks, goes on the Waco with shorter. There's big news in the military. I would. I had a proud moment. You know, I think that sometimes being a veteran, you get kind of jaded about things that are happening in and around the Marine Corp because you're like, oh, that was the same when I was in and not a big deal, blah, blah, blah people going on two points all the time. You have different type of training like you just see a lot of the same old shit and you get kind of jaded, but there's these moments that happen that pop up in the news and you're like, fuck man, I am proud to have the title of brain. Yep, there was definitely one of those this week. There was a woman named Lindsay Metzker who tweeted out of video. There is a fire that was raging in southeast DC which is very close to where the marines are stationed on eighth. And I, if you don't know what eight tonight is it's where the Marine Corps silent drill team plays. The president's own Marine Corps band is there. There's abandoned dedicate to the president. So whenever they have like parades and shit like that. They go and play their eighth and I'm marines by and large are infantryman or band members. So the ones who do like to sound drill team, they all come from an infantry background. They're all the same height. They're all the same weight. Essentially, they want them to look as uniform is absolutely possible. Well, Kate, why don't you read the story of what actually happened? All right. Dozens of senior citizens were saved from abridging apartment fire. Thanks to Washington DC firefighters, and several US marines. The marines who were not wearing fire gear sprinted toward the two alarm fire at Arthur capper, senior public housing building in Washington, DC on Wednesday, marines rushed into the building to rescue those who needed assistance and evacuated residents to the marine barracks. Washington annex where they were checked in treated for any injuries and sheltered until their loved ones arrived. The marines who responded were from a barracks located just down the street from the building flames burst through the roof of the four story building as firefighters climbed ladders and entered, sir. Search for residents. We had four transports to local hospitals, although no fatalities have been reported. They're still searching the building, but that's the video that you started talking about there. That is what the video was of was the marines sprinting eighth, and I down to that fire and it was a moment. You watched it and you're like, fuck marines, doing the right thing. Putting other people before yourself running together as a unit, like getting down there and doing the right thing for for the American people around you. I really loved it. And there was that moment where you're reminded of, I think it was. I forget who the common out and was at the time, but they made this huge Marine Corps push about. We run to the sounds of the chaos. We run to the sounds of the guns, and it was just that moment when most people would be scared out of their minds. It was just brains dropping whatever they were doing and sprinting to the location. It was sent to me that one of the firefighters who was on the scene, his name is Raymond Edwards who obviously is a hero at his own right. He said, these guys were absolute all stars and on fire today. I've never seen anything like them. Every time I turned around, they were helping carry out victims. They even try to push down a hallway with us until the smoke, push them back. Thank you. So you can even have firefighters that were like shit because if you're trained firefighter, that's what you do. If you're a marine in a firefight, that's what you do. I would be saying if it was if I was in the middle of a firefight, and then all of a sudden firefighter came up, like, let me grab guy. It'd be like to know what you're doing. I think they probably naturally in a fire. Situation, you only want experts because you don't know what you're doing. I wouldn't know what I was doing right. There was a fire like in this hotel, I would have no idea what to do like how how to go about rescuing people or things like that. Like if you touch the door, like check if there's too much smoke in there, how I know stop dropping role that's about as far as your expertise goes. Use the back of your hand. Yeah, the back of your hand to touch the door producer brand with the fire knowledge, but I like to, I think it helped that they were all in uniform. So the firefighters not like there's a bunch of civilian running in here with good haircuts, like what is going on, and thank you. Should've checked to make sure they had good hair, I know. Yeah. Do you guys did you shave today than get the fuck out? We'll have somebody else other comment that I got on Twitter. One of the guys who listen to this show is marine to us like you know that some eight up gun is going to be like, why the fuck out in town uniform? Yeah. You know, they're gonna get in trouble somehow, someway. Talk about that for a minute. How much bullshit that is. I have a story about that. Tell you. So on my first deployment, I was a two nine in Marsha, and they had a g boss system which if you don't know, it's ground-based something, something surveillance. So it's like a huge tower that you put up that has has an infrared camera night vision camera. And I think just like a regular fucking camera. Yeah, it might be. But anyways, there's three different kinds of they can see everything. So you sit down below it and like this Connex box, all these TV's and you can see everything that's going on around you in like the town around you. So we would go outside the wire and sometimes the officer on that camp would go in to any would he could watch us on patrols. And if somebody like took their safety gear off, if we like stopped to talk to a local and somebody took their sunglass there, I pro- off or took this offer that off when we got back on, people get shoot out. And my thing with that is instead of looking out for us. Yeah. So instead of the marines like really, really resented him for because like you're just supposed to be looking out for us not looking to like cheuse out and we're doing this extremely stressful fucking job, like get off our dick that was one of the Beaubourg DASA that he'd do what he did. Did you know that? Did you remember that part of the story? No. When he was on the serial podcast, he said that one of the biggest triggers for him that caused him to leave was he was. In a firefight enough ghanistan and when he came back they were, they were like tied down for basically twenty eight to twenty eight thirty hours something like that, and constant ticks constant battles. And whenever they got back, their commanding officer was like, why aren't you guys shape? That's. I could see that that's a story like from across the military, that there's always that one that like doesn't know the gray line where it's like, all right. This is a special situation right now. Let me like cut a break a little bit of self awareness. That is the kind of leader that you want in the military who can understand. There's there is rules. There is disciplined, but you have to be able to stray away when it makes sense. Like, fuck like, that should not be the first thing. If you're like God, you guys made it back OK glad everyone's doing. All right. Now let's go eat some Chow Chow. That's get cleaned up, less prepare for the next time. Right? That type of thing. It takes nothing to be that type of leader instead of via dick. But I feel like if you're a dick, those opportunities are like the best opportunities to be a dick. I would jump all over it if I was dick and it's like, do you remember? I forget what his name was, but in band of brothers, Ross? Yeah, usually guys like that. I've never done anything who won't ever do anything that just know about the rules. Yeah, things like that. I just hate that type of leadership. Yeah, although I was that type of leader, you were hard l. yeah, I was very much harder, but I think you could be able to you're able to probably draw the line at certain times. Nobody's perfect. Yeah. Level of discipline from my marines for sure. But I think that in those moments when I was deployed, not so much like ice, I was fine and but when I got back and I was like in the company, but that is the role though, like a lot of it is to be the, I think it says that in the description of company, that's the first thing did dick senior enlisted advisor for sure. I want to talk about now that we're on the little bit of the deployment track, military dot com came out with before we go there. Oh, I am also jealous of these marines who got to run into the elderly. Oh yeah, because I've played often times when I'm on a flight I looked around. I'm like, okay, motherfucker make a move. You're going to be the hair a move bitch. Yeah, ready. I'm ready to take you down. I used to keep a very nice pen in my travel bag. Ooh, very sharp. Nice pen. I did because I was like, if something. Good. Yeah, I was like, shit goes down on the plane. I, I'm going to take this pen mostly when you were a junior marine. Yeah, because you know that you're going to get like a humanitarian award. As soon as I was out, I was like, those men are now, but, but I was, yeah, I was like, that's that was my like hero daydream was that I save people on a plane with this pen and I do it. Liam Neeson's style. Right to the jugular. Oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah, they're going to be a couple steps away. Like I've gone through malls. I'm like, I wish motherfucker would wish him fucker would the only way I would not is if I get up and start to save people and then no one pulls out a cell phone to record it. That would be you find out after the United flight and nobody record it. You don't even go viral worth it? No, it's like take it down. Yeah, you're right. There are date back. I immediately take. Yeah, we totally take that back. Bad look, bad looks, but I will say, I feel like you're lying. If you say you haven't ever had this fantasy of like you're the hero saving thing. Like if somebody gets into a Fender bender in the car's not on fire and I don't get to take somebody out might be a hero. Yeah, stinks. Yeah, I've never had the chance to be a hero. I've never, but. Mouth-to-mouth at college at college. Did you say, did you do it right twice to dudes, and it was all within like five weeks of each other? Well, one was almost dead like I gave him legit CPR old man worked in as a janitor at UTSA collapsed on on a ladder world stairs for those keeping score at homeless civilians, I gave him mouth to mouth. Paramedics came, rush them away. They said this guy would have died for sure if you. Oh yeah, what's the other one? The other one was I was driving to school and it was around six o'clock in the morning. I had a seven thirty class and. I wanted to get there to study. 'cause I have like an algebra tests and I'm not very good at math. I'm like basically stupid person when it comes to math. And so I was driving, and I noticed like a lump of clothes in the call, the sacked by my house. And when I go around the corner, it was like, maybe that's not a lump of clothes, and then I go back and there's this old man that was laying in the coldest, the sack and the two of one of the houses, like two doors down three doors down from me. He they have like a, what's a hospice type of situation because there's a six bedroom house. And so they have some old people who live there. There's constantly like paramedics going in and out. So I think it's almost like a halfway house for the elderly, and I think that he snuck out in the middle of the night and we'll just laying there. Yeah, so I stopped my car, get outta my car and I'm like, are you? Okay? And he says, he says, yes. And I said, where do you live? And he liked points over at that house. And so I, I asked him if he was injured, he's like, no, I'm just tired and was like, just laying there. So we're like, all right, cool. Later buddy. Yes, I'm like, well, fucking guy. You might wanna get into the culvert at least. Yeah, hop into the ditch. Bitch, there's plenty of rattlesnakes. Don't worry about this so I- scoop him up and take him and put him like on the porch and ring the doorbell, and they're like, Mr.. What are you doing about here? And I'm thinking you sons of bitches. Yeah. Do you not know like how do you not having a Larmer on your house? If an old dude who needs to be like in a hospital, isn't there classic Mr. hailed though. I mean, the guy could sneak around, but he's lucky, didn't get random, I know covered in piss. Oh, so when I picked them up, I had like piss all over them ready missed like this class. And so I had to go home and change that piss and that and make it in time to study. So I tell my algebra teacher, I'm like, I was failing the class. Mike, let's be honest. I'm video cast. Let's be honest. Now I was failing the class. Then I said, hey, can I take the test tomorrow kind of stressful morning? This is what happened. Seems like a farfetched story like like that's a little bit more than dog ate my homework. It's like I was coming in piss. I had to go home to get like shower to those cover to bist, but you did a good thing. You racked up very good karma and on the opposite end of things can I talk about voiding. Bad karma? So military dot com came outside karma is the name of the city I was shot at. So. Well, it all comes back around my friend. Oh, my goodness. Well, hopefully it wasn't due to any of these five things that military dot com says, are the most chilling military superstitions. And these are going to be brought to you by our good friends at Tommy Johnson. So Tommy John's is in the game and underwear and all kinds of different clothes. Let me put it this way. Tommy John doesn't give a fuck. They give three bucks. Actually three s fabric fit and function. 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I've heard that and just in my personal, like nut like anything military related. I do not like using white lighters just because white later they were bad luck. I boy sticks in your head. All right. Well, this superstition is helped by huge number of people mostly because of the notorious twenty-seven club. A club made up a famous musician and artist like Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, and others that died at the age of twenty seven while carrying. Oh, wait lighter. In the military. However, this superstition was given legs by a bad experience with an amphibious assault vehicle. Rumor has vehicle lawsuits break and went off a one hundred foot cliff while marine carried a white lighter and another had a horseshoe. The horseshoe might have been good luck, but the Lakers bad Mojo was enough to disrupt the balance. Never heard that one, but I wanna know who was driving that one over the one hundred foot cliff Doyle. They're probably using some weird app made a wrong turn. Hopefully that is not true. This one I've never heard of number four Neptune doesn't like whistling. So basically, whistling is bad luck. I know we couldn't whistle uniform sound Flynn down discipline. It's a long held belief in many cultures that whistling, especially at night is an invitation to the spirits. Yep, this is true, but apparently it's maritime tradition to instead of spirits, it will summon the king of the see Neptune. So if you find yourself on a ship and have the urge to whistle don't, let's hear your best whistle. Okay. Impressed. That's pretty good. What's yours? I don't wanna do that stupid. That's a good one nail. That number three is one. I'm sure we've all heard of apricots April cuts. Apricots apricot, king. What? Why can't you do Africa tz well, is it April cuts or apricots? I think I would say if I don't know now. 'cause there's in my head, honestly, like you saying that it's hard for me select, but I'm just going to do it. April caught April cut. Yeah. Can't do. I have a happy anyway. I never. I never heard of this. April cuts, a stars and stripes article from nineteen sixty eight explains the story surrounding marines via KUA Viet who continuously found themselves under attack by artillery barrages. What they started to notice was that these barrages would start almost immediately whenever marine eight a can of April cots from their c. rations coincidence, you be the judge. I will say I never saw any. Get in to get eight hundred. Fancy boy shit, God race right next to their caviar ones. Oh, what is it from? Notting hill recruits. Drenched in Honey. Yeah, that's fancy show. Wow. I guess those guys, Vietnam had a pretty easy. Anyways. Number two skeleton keys never heard of this when either this superstition comes from the US army. If you look closely, you'll see a pretty distinct key shaped blotch within the modern camouflage patterns in what may be coincidence. Silver soldiers took bullets right in the keys. It could be coincidence or deeper. I've never heard of that one, but I'm looking at a photo. This is great radio there is if you look at the army digitize if you have a key pattern on yours, watch out, there's one here circled and it looks just like a key. I think it's like when you open the two zero rapper, if you get the star, that actually doesn't mean anything. Oh, I used to think of that means you get a free one. No, but it doesn't and I went and like, you don't. This is a silly one. My the way. I'm going to ask you at the end. Which superstition? The biggest one I've ever heard they missed to me. So I'll ask you that in a second because number one is saying the r. word rain. Well, we're going to drop hard ours. I thought there's going to be some artifacts marine cylinders and anyone who has the job of the military that requires going outside believes that using the term rain will change the weather from anything else to pouring rain. I never heard it called rain. I always heard it called inclement weather. Yeah, I've never heard that one. What's the one that that you think is not covered here? Charms charms that is the only one really that only degree in charms. I thought it was just charms in general. Oh, no, you can eat. No, we'll have to ask our users, but if you got charms and you're supposed to throw the entire thing out, no, no, no. I wish it. It's good for you because it gives you a little shot of sugar taps the whole generation kill. Don't they throw the whole thing with the green one agreed. Let's look at Google right now. All right, dude, dude. Ballooning. And. I'm whistling really nicely. Doo doo doo doo to gay. They don't even put charms Murray's anymore because if everyone is just going to hire candy out of the humvee window, it's a gross waste of syrup. How to pronounce her syrup. No, what an individual's tastes were. One item is always discarded the charms. Candy. The reason was that for a mixture of superstition, and because the younger guys knew just get slapped out of their hands for even opening the rapper. I don't think it's the whole ones still despite the fact that Ugo it by show of hands for all those who are listening. If you think it's green, just stick your dick Skinner high in the sky, right? Damn now. Nope. I didn't see anybody to it. Fuck you're wrong. That's on me. Yeah. As sergeant. Kenneth Wilson told Agence France-Presse I don't know what that means just before the us led invasion of Iraq a lemon flavored charm would cause a vehicle breakdown. The green ones were the ones that brought rain and Radha very meant certain death. You might as rockets berry you might as well beating April cot. So the April cots thing must be a well known thing too. I never heard of the. I've never heard of these if you have good military superstitions, let us know at zero blog, thirty on Instagram and Twitter. You know what. 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Like if you break edition and become like bad luck, if I'm in like a porta potty out, I have to draw. You have to draw a day out. -solutely have too. Yup. The moment that I'm in there, I sit down. I know I'm going to be there for like twenty minutes anyway. So I just pull out my sharpie start writing. I think that's the thing for marines. Probably a lot of military across the board, even I do it. There was a woman today at Starbucks. I didn't really want to mention it until the vio comes out. She draws the prettiest cocky ever seen in a lotta on top of a lot. We had a competition to who could make the best law day, and we all tried to do the art on top. Ours looked terrible, but she nailed it. And it was so great because it was like she knew it was a military thing. So she did that. I just, I just tickled by it. It was very good. She didn't. She wasn't proud of it. So I took credit for it and slurp that thing up. I don't want my pastor to know that I made this stick drawing on this lot day. So chaps pretend that I made it. But yeah, it was really, really, I was very impressed by it, the ball to shaft ratio. Perfect. I'd say. Just let that hang out there for. It was great anyways. Yeah, and you drank it and he said it was delicious. It was creamy very good, wonderful. You little pick me up. All right. We'll be back Tuesday with an episode. You're going to hear so much from the Starbucks people about what they're doing? Not born. I know it sounds boring like a lot of times whenever you have an ad integrated into your content, but it's not people are great what they're doing for the veteran community is great. In their background stories, we talked to two people from our sock who is the Marine Corps, special operations command. We talked to some people who want dude his job while he was in the navy was to go offing part of it. Yeah, that was part of part of his job to go golfing in Italy. We talked to someone who's still in the army transition army captain, and we talked to swell. So pretty good little mix of everybody. Very interesting way more than not just braced us. They do awesome stuff too, but there are so many opportunities at Starbucks. I'm glad that we're getting to discover, but they're offering to veterans. I do feel bad about one thing being out here. On the trip. I wasn't gonna say anything because I don't normally like to give cons any credit at all, but I do miss him. I wish you. Yeah, I wish he was out here with this because he's doing his other thing in New York, who's going to oak to go watch and play Oklahoma, what she's going to love, obviously, good vibes. He is good vibes, but we didn't want to have an episode cons free. So what is going to do is in a very Conway, he's going to have zero blog history. So instead of sounding the normal retreat, we're gonna sound the historical treat with cons and the Republicans on retreat after that. Here's cons. Welcome back on today's edition of zero blog history in honor of its birthday this week. We are going to discuss the United States Air Force, no seriously. I'm going to spend the next segment talking exclusively about the air force and if you can believe it, I'm going to be positive. I know we like to give them a hard time but is important to know. They proud history of one of our branches of service that is sometimes overlooked. The national security act of nineteen forty seven created the national military establishment later renamed the United States Department of defense, which was composed of four of the five branches, the army, marines, navy, and newly created air force. On eighteen September nineteen. Forty seven. The army air forces became the United States Air Force as a separate and equal element of the United States armed forces the fledgling air force quickly established its own identity. Army airfield were renamed air force bases and personnel were soon being issued new uniforms with new ranking Cigna in nineteen forty eight. The women's armed services integration act gave women permanent status in regular reserves forces of the air force on eight July nineteen. Forty-eight Esther McGowan. Blake became the first woman in the air force in listing the first minute of the first hour of the first day, regular air force duty was authorized for women. Since nineteen forty seven. The oh force played a major role in most major combat operations. Our military seen including Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf war Bosnian Kosovo and most recently, the global war on terror. Some of the most well known airman include Robin olds olds, joined the military through West Point and all star linebacker for the football team who was anxious to get into the fight raging in World War Two Europe. His legacy was larger than life. He was a triple ace fire pilot with sixteen kills in World War Two and married Hollywood actress, Ella Raines. He stayed in the air force when it became independent from the US army, and then commanded a fighter wing during the Vietnam war. His signature moustache war during Vietnam. As a way to thumb his nose at the media is memorialize today during the mustache March. Daniel chappie James junior. Chappie did not see combat until the Korean war. He was one of the original Tuskegee airmen training pilots in the army air course ninety ninth pursuit squadron, famous red tails. In Korea. He flew one hundred one combat missions and then another seventy eight missions as vice commander of the eighth tactical biter wing during the Vietnam war and the eighth t.f w he served under none other than Colonel Robin olds, including during operation bolo the highest single MiG sweep ever. The duo were so successful that their men nicknamed the team, black man and Robin during his command of the US air force base in Libya. He stared down Muhammad Ghaddafi in a standoff admitting later that he almost shot the dictator with his forty five would have made the story in better chappie became the first African American to reach the rank of four star general in the third person of African descent to reach the highest ranks the western world. Chuck Yeager two days before he famously broke the sound barrier. He broke two ribs and had them treated at a veterinarian's office rather than risk losing that flight by going to an air force Dr. Curtis LeMay LeMay was the youngest four star general in American military history. He served with four stars longer than anyone ever had a big deal for general who didn't go to a service kademi here on the nickname iron ass her stubbornness and shortness wants. His mind was made up. George ever bud day flying combat missions over North Vietnam. He was shot down, captured, tortured, beaten, and sent to the infamous Hanoi Hilton a year later, he was sent you the zoo, a punishment can't for the most defiant POW's at his most defiant. You would stare down his guards singing Spar, star, spangled banner in their face. These men along with countless others, exemplified the proud tradition of the United States, Air Force, happy birthday air force, and here's to seventy one more years off into the wild blue yonder.

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Dr. Gil Blander On Discovering Your Inner Age, Longevity, and The Next Frontier of Health + Wellness

Marni on the Move

1:01:07 hr | 1 year ago

Dr. Gil Blander On Discovering Your Inner Age, Longevity, and The Next Frontier of Health + Wellness

"You're listening to a fit. Plus love production Mated above engevity in and try to live longer and makes basically also the quality of life because all want to live long but doesn't make sense to link at ninety the twentieth. You're being necessarily so. It's much more important to leave until then we still functionality walk and then finally my Montel like to do. We decided to try right to build a one number that call it an inner age. That can summarize all the molecules that are related to charity. That was Dr do you blender this is Marnie Selo. Thanks for tuning into my podcast. Marnie on the move each week I will be inviting interesting innovative movers and shakers to join me on the show and share their story. You will discover and hear from thought leaders experts influencers and entrepreneurs from from the worlds of wellness. Sports beauty fitness fashion and more money on the move will feature an eclectic mix of people. I know work with and thank are generally doing cool things On each episode I sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi and thanks for tuning into the money on the move podcast. I'm your host Marnie salve. Are you ready for Thanksgiving. I am so looking forward to this four day station. Nation in New York City relaxing refueling and re energizing with family and friends getting ready for fun holiday season. And I'm starting to Cassatt my intentions for twenty twenty. I am so thankful for you my listeners. And all of your wonderful feedback and engagement on social and email okay. I'm very excited to dial into today's Super Visionary Guests Dr Gil blander founder of inside tracker but before we get started in this episode is sponsored by mad ritual. CBD MY FAVORITE HEMP CD recovery bomb. They have an incredible black Friday offer. 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Look at your health and customized nutrition recommendations based upon your blood and DNA. This is the future of health and wellness happening now and it has been in the works for ten years. Because as we all know nothing happens overnight longevity and aging have been a lifelong fascination assignation for Dr Gil blander beginning with the loss of a loved family member at a young age which inspired his journey into science and his study of aging born and raised in Israel Dr Gill blender went on to study at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel getting his PhD in biology in two thousand and two. He moved to Boston to join Mitt for postgraduate studies of aging joining the legendary. Dr Lenny Durant as lab where where he met David Sinclair after studying. Lenny's lab for several years. He then joined the private sector and in two thousand nine. He had the idea of inside inside tracker with the goal of helping people live longer healthier lives by better understanding. What's happening inside their bodies on today's episode? Dr Dr Gil blander an is sync up about where his journey into science and the study of aging began. How you can discover your real inner age and the key biomarkers? You should be watching as you get older the ones you should watch if you're an endurance athlete or a busy executive and entrepreneur. Living in a high stress rests environment. We do a deep dive into Glucose Iron Vitamin D and we talk about optimal normal levels and range and how our current doctors and healthcare all care system define normal we also touch upon EPA genetics. And how understanding your DNA biomarkers can impact your health and fitness goals. And how inside trackers first team of nutritionist An- geneticists can provide individualized diet supplementation and lifestyle recommendations to best optimize. Your health and of of course. We discussed the workouts and wellness routines that fuel doctor. Gil blander success inside. Tracker is also offering a really awesome deal promoting on the move listeners. Twenty percent off upon checkout at inside tracker Dot Com using the code cheers. Marnie the also have an amazing zing. Black Friday sale kicking off Thursday November. Twenty eighth Thanksgiving Day at five thirty. Am Pacific Time that extends through eleven fifty nine Pacific Time time on Monday December. Second it is. One of inside trackers best offers of the year offering two hundred dollars off the ultimate plan. Forty three biomarkers. Oh markers which is their most comprehensive offering or twenty five percent off any other plan so head over to inside tracker Dot Com and sign up today now onto the episode. I am so excited to have you on the show. Ever since I met David Sinclair I've been fascinated fascinated with your company inside tracker. I mean I really believe. It is truly the future of health and wellness and essential component to longevity and aging. So tell me a little bit more about inside tracker what it is and what inspired you to launch very cool company so insults rocket is their best on nutrition company. We are helping us to improve their house wellness annual jeopardy using data from the inside inside the body so we are looking at a bio mountains. We're looking out the DNA data and we are looking activity truck of data and using all of that we are. We can give you a realistic picture of what's happening inside your body which is good and what needs to be improved and bay some we building a plan for you of what food you should eat more or less what exercises should do. And what should you do more or less asked what supplemental your day will stop taking. And what lifestyle changes should you do in order hopefully to improve your wellness and performance and really live longer with her life. It's a digital dashboard. It's online and how does it work. Yeah so yeah you can call it a digital dashboard. We I really like. They say it's not the device but but the advice there's nothing that the most important qualities that the device that you are giving to our US else we're looking at the day we're looking at more than forty blood biomarkers in hundreds of DNA mild Kale's and local data from a truck l.. We binding it all together and at the end of the day we are coming to you with the Foale most involvement in the event that you should do in order to improve yourself. Obviously who can then drill down. They I see the platform as an onion so doubted labeled down here on these. We often you a few questions and using the or the information that they mentioned. And then you'll see if o intervention that the best for you oh really Taylor for your best for your then you can. They come in and they say okay but they don't like intervention one or fall so then we can allow you to extend it to a wedding waiting best for your shoes for those planning what holiday fall way fivefold ten that you would like to adopt and then you can go even deeper and then luke specific biomarkers. Let's say Blood Glucose and then we can give you a specific intervention that note or at least for the body but very under specific full-blooded glucose so basically can zooming out and decide. Now I want to focus on the go that Cordova Orleans so basically I would like likes to optimize my buddy all and not a week. I want to focus on sleep or want to focus on lose weight or input formats and for each of those goals. You will receive slightly different intervention because we're trying to allow you to optimize this call and so there's a team of experts behind looking in your blood biomarkers and looking at your data and giving you advice based upon that. Yeah so we have done. We developed what we call an expert Z.. Stem stem is basically a platform. That used by expert. Basically down coming saying hey. This is the main Angel Fish Bob and his BMI between eighteen to twenty five and I mail and his glucose is high in cholesterol is high in vitamin these low. What is the best interventions for him? Okay so we have. A group affects book like the Guy To do that. And do those guys came constantly. We have Three thousand in different intervention like that and then where those Walsall actually Rodney automatically hourly. I'll go with them and basically based hey on the blood biomarkers of the US. On based on the demographic information based on these questions we by Belinda who is the best way this us now the globe dot the wherever currently team fun was twenty scientists working together with me and basically looking at all the literature and trying to find. What are the best intervention for each biomedica group of bio mile or Pelagia goal and it then building the walls and on top of that? We have a team of high-level scientific such as the David Sinclair and I don't know if you owe the BOJ room belt and we mentioned lenny rented which all the power to our scientific advisory Bone and this team is very involved with us the sending me and you'll pay bills every time that they see if we L. discussing about. How can we improve the quality of the accommodations and a lot of different ways to make the platform better so this is a yeah? Well everybody wants to take it to the next level in the group that they're working in the team is basically doing the day to day and basically expanding the accommodation making the bet then maybe you'll bio Mollica or and you kind of tests that would like to incorporate the future what inspired due to start inside tracker that. That's a very good question. I don't need to go back a lot of years so you can hear from my accent. I'm not a a native American. I actually was born and raised in Israel. Yes and they're very young age relative of mine bust away and instead of being being said about him. I said the buck myself and realized that I won't live forever and then I decided that. Why can't we live forever in what? What are the reason for doc night? I realized that the to try to find the aging forces and try to Let's say live forever. I understand better what does it I mean so I decided to study bill. I studied biology in Israeli. And they're done by. HDTV say a device needs to to Israel and even then. I walked on aging or walked talked on Plymouth your aging stand on the core well-known syndrome. It's aging that basic alley or call mainly in Japan very like one in eight twelve million people have the syndrome. And what's happened is that you develop normally and the age of Wendy. Oh Oh so you start age much foxtail and the majority of the patients the syndrome diet age of the audio and they look at someone that the age of folded like eight th down if you're single day the worst one called Geria- which cheese day? It's as simple as that actually If I recall they died. They'll team so they all have a chance to mature but immediately stopped will decline was expects votes well Enough Syndrome that they develop normally until the age of eighteen and then started to decline so much waging game. It's not all of them. Are Now now so I decided to study this device on June Israel and very early. I knew that they wanted to join the the Flanagan rent. Because even I consider the living lobby the aging the Lenny study aging mainly in eastern time in. I think that that was actually the time that they close the lab so they found their homework home in in east and done some a lifespan. Experiment on the East. Almost single dosa found the very interesting gene. Gene will vote in the two in the later on become the overall dot com sixty one to seven. And you'll man series having right. Yeah and that's a sexually a very big part of Sinclair's today walk you on diet and they found and they'd be dependent so that's why everyone now is so excited about and they deal increasing joined the deal in your blood and they also found a lab found that you can actually activate these sports in the US. English NDAS VALID FOR SO. That's why so much excitement about dot so a lot of excitement that Ochoa in the lab and so John Lennon slob in two thousand and two. That's worth section feels. After David left the lab in the South is on loud in the Apollo Medical School. I walked on fourteen sixty one. I got in a lot of interesting in the experiments but went when they go to. MIT started to be exposed. Through the biopharmaceutical Environmental Kendall Square in Cambridge emblad healing Kendra scale and I saw this away allies that actually I might contribute multimedia for starts one company then being Apple Festival in Dhaka -demia but my publish to Paparazzi look maybe ten other scientists willing but they still have their local fun by level it was really exciting to local. WHO's Lenny and I also found with a lot of interesting company sway alone but after five feels I left? The lab is started walking in the street and then I can't believe that idea for in Toronto based on an experiment that they don the in one of the companies that worked in that basically looked AH caloric restriction and caloric restriction is actually a well known and that you can do in order to extend it lacks plainly mother organism. So basically tell if you take him under organism and cock them out of Colorado that you feed this model organism by thirty to fifty percent. This model organism can live up to to fifty percents program. So he can do the East you can do it in mice you can do it in fish and even down some data on monkeys the show that when you do that you can extend the lifespan of that organism right so that was very exciting and actually it's not new. A defense experiment was dining in nineteen thirty. So it's a well known the nominated the UK explained the lifespan of model organism. By cutting day multicolored stretching will feed them right now. People are just discovering all of this now I mean in the last few years mainstream guy ball right but you're in your behind the scenes. I mean this is like the work you've been doing your whole life today is it's starting to get them in mainstream and I can tell you this one of my employees have seen him a couple of days ago in the caller. Go in and and ask why we were doing and say. I'm doing one week fast. So basically it was two days ago. He wasn't they fall five and they love that's of aging so today's breaking its fuss so what I'm trying to say. Now it's as you said it's common everyone is doing that and actually down a lot of positive effects of India Alek. Cutting Decarlo is fast. Being doing intermittent fasting. I completed becoming mainstream and I think that there are a lot of benefits but still need to be cautioned. The because I don't see that it stayed for right but maybe we can discuss it later. Yes so anyway. It was all going back to genesis of infrastructure. So I decided I'm trying to understand what's happening under the hood with caloric restriction because everyone knows that caloric restriction extended lifespan but the question is white so I decided using a system. Biology computational biology and thought to try to understand what's caloric restriction is doing and I use the monthly data for mice. Comparing myself. Meisters well treated with caloric restriction wealth versus conform ice but also have control over young versus old mice and also my but were treated with with virtual which just remind you say it's more for that enriching race that actually have been shown by everything clan either to activate. They'll do also do one. So my assumption was that was covered a lot of the caloric restriction effect. Once I've seen in the molecular level is that neither is valid or or homo it. Guns does sort of mice comfortable all day affects all the offense that I've seen with caloric restriction each of them covered on ten to twenty percent of they fact but not. All of this result was a bit puzzling for me. But it's actually told me Hanky The best caloric restriction mimetic. 'cause only okay twenty percent so let's say that the second best caloric essentially matic might cover ten percent in the best maybe five percent so maybe twenty. Thirty fifty different small molecules in order to Mimi caloric restriction and then I said okay so if we need so many and it's a small molecule and dragging the I really don't like I fell today. Eighty four. Why can't we use if will doesn't have a choice and try to feed to all of fuss plus the right food? The good for us. Not based on for the men's magazine Women Magazine Insane but based on what happened inside the body so basically starting what we today call a personal tuition fee to the best food for you based on the world. Your body really need based on indicates indication of your genetics on your blood and your physiology so that basically was the genesis of the company. That's great so at inside tracker her. You look at up to forty three biomarkers and make nutritional and health recommendations from a holistic perspective. I always wonder why doctors doctors don't do this. It's nearly impossible to have them check biomarkers beyond the basics like cholesterol and vitamin D. They certainly don't don't offer preventative insight. Why is this? Do you think you're I think that it's a great question. assumed that there is a fundamental issue with the way that we we train our physicians. Yes in a way that we are county using physician physician world trend and constantly. I'll use actually to the screen you'll you'll seek or has if you will seek they know very well with you but if you are healthy they don't have the tool and they haven't been trained to come and tell you you are healthy. All summer have seen all the castles being sick. They basically have very nice black and white eleven. Your wife basically you are okay kick you out of the office and say okay. I don't I don't know what to do with you if you are. Then they use drug and they know and local information and can do a lot. You know they shouldn't do that if you look at the triangle face physician and we looked at that very carefully. That was a physician in the MED school. Get only as I'm eighteen hours doing all of these training career of nutrition training so they'll see the very very lethal amount of nutrition training. So if someone like you. That is a bit more educated intrusion. You might have more information. In order to Buffalo attrition than have a physician so they don't have the right tools and also they haven't been trained to do that and also the healthcare system doesn't ask him to do that because if you think about our insurance insurance provider they're looking at your knee which I'll hopefully see someone that will be under the umbrella for the next two and a half years because because Davidge America changed job every feels so if you have today why should they invest money on you which we might be seeking five feels. But then what's what's likely will be under the umbrella of this Tasca provider so another reason why why incentive to train the physician who demand them to do the job of the world instructors doing so if you look at the inside track of. We're not trying to that loss tree disease. We are actually for aside side of people like you and me that are healthy and trying to be better. And they impose on monitoring faster improved their tractor on resort improve the quality of their life age better and so on. So that's what we're trying to do. Well if you think you should come to us you should go to the physician Alexander. They'll doing a great job but if you want to prevent yourself to become sick yeah you should come to us because I really believe that we can help you to stay healthy. Yeah right because you are providing information about what's happening in your blood and if there is a red flag or there's something that is going on you will see see that and your system is very tailored I feel like when you go to the lab and you get your blood worked on. There's this very broad spectrum of what is healthy and what what is not healthy like when you look at when you go to the doctor and you get your regular blood work done you get your results back from like a quest or whatever like I don't know where their what their pool of the spectrum is of like what's low and what's not low based on your age or if you're a man woman but I don't think it's as detailed as what you are offering at inside sidetrack or I think your system is very different for someone like especially from my listeners. Who are very health conscious and looking to slow down or reverse the aging process that understand genetics? That know that if you're glucose is high you can fix all of those things with food and nutrition and so you just have to be able to understand understand like what you need to do and you offer that inside tracker yes so so. Let me try to explain that. So when you receive your calls from the I love. Let's assume that you were allow giving you is the normal range. And the normal is most likely calculate via looking at the thousands thousands of American that basically the same Kale and usually it doesn't look at age agenda so he'd say it pulling them together up and basically looking at two standard deviations from the mean above and below and that's basically the the normal range. Okay so it's it's a very clearly mccart not evidence based but basically statistic tools that they use them to find. Don't WanNa range when you receive this Lizotte. It's really awful. You'll understand because there are a lot of wheeled names like ADP and Judean the GOP S. H. BG. A lot of names. No scanning the average American doesn't mean staying there is no explanation so basically the love build it in a way that the the physician that is trained world will not say the hell you're AFC's high meaning you have a legal damage. Your Way H.. I. E. You'll have a inflammation but when you receive the data from the lab or from your physician in the Internet. It's very helpful. You'll understand what what is the market. What does it mean to go and what should you do? Is that what we are doing. He's keeping this over inch and we shouldn't that this normal ranches in protest to this you are below above the normal range. Then we're going to go to the physician and the and talk with Zemo hair because that's something that we consider me because and again we said we don't want was named become because but if you are a inside Eh the normal range. We stormy believe that doesn't make sense that male and female young and all the couch potato mountains around now someone the drink lots of all of the same in normal range so we developed what we call an optimal range so based on your age and gender and it means that the activity and the Montel five. Don't you drink. We'll be giving you your own optimal range and then if you all have bubbled up to me inch we'll give you someone. Korea nation will say food supplement exercise and lifestyle changes that we a scientific data showed that can allow you to blink your value inside the optimist in simplicity. That's what we are doing and the thing that's what we are in a way what we're doing willing powering. Davidge pestle the more educated person to formation and then take his wellness and performance is in his own hand and awfully leave a better longer. Life inside tracker offers. There's different programs so you can look it up to forty three different biomarkers it also if anyone listening has done twenty three and me or wants to do. DNA testing you guys. Also do that and you put it all together in one dashboard and look at everything in one space took Eh. What you said is correct? I just went ahead yet you can. We can send you to a lab but in in other ways that you can do is if you have the data from your physician you can actually upload the data and we have the platform that extract the data from the piece of paper and populated into our platform. So you don't have to go to the lobby. I'm not using such rocket or you can use fomento up test result that you are from your physician December the DNA as you said if you've done it's when the Strand meal anxiously can result result. That's amazing so you can upload your twenty three and me and anxiously but if you don't have any if you haven't done it we just launched our own. DNA DNA DNA LA. So you can with us. What is nice about our DNA LA is that we have an eight hundred thousand different single season? It's like it's it's more about getting with the DNA but we ended the top of the twelve hundred molecules that are very relevant for saying where they'll you'll have a disposition and who have gluten in John's or predisposition to have a low vitamin D basically a wrist wherever vitamin D list. We'll have gluten intolerant. So whether you are more college than Frank's outlet we country has been Twenty some sheen different coast like that they combined. I'm from a lot of those teams and we are working now to head. The fifty mall does most of them are only an hour away because they haven't looked at these specific if if the election so I wanNA lay in a keep us we are having. We'll give you much more insight in the future today. They different twenty three and me and I'm just we'll give you almost everything that our as having so we are very happy to have a user apple deemed. They're trying to force you to use our ran. The daily great but in on top of that we are now without the pilot of ebbing activity tracker day DOT COM godly. It's a company's only fit with because that's the that's the platform that we started with but we can look at your way sleep and most physically leslie deep sleep. Wake time we can look at your way of lessening trade can look different kinds of activities and give you a condition specific for does it was because his logical data but also combined together with the blood and DNA. So basically we'll try to get as much information about you. DNA's once in the lifetime because they they know changing blood if if you if you times maybe even once a year and then the truck day it's every day or maybe every second and all of that can allow us to know what the potential what is the big of the blood. And what are they small changes between the blood tests that we can receive activities Wacko. Someone like me can have have this great dashboard of everything. That's happening and I'm training for a marathon or from training for a triathlon. My iron levels might be low or I might need to increase Mike Glucose or I might need to look at whether I'm a fast twitch athlete or an endurance athlete and actually know that. I'm a fast twitch athlete but I oh you don't do any sprinting. I'm mostly doing endurance races. Which I'm need to reexamine now? Also inside tracker offers a look at what your inner ages. So can you tell me a little bit about that. Inner Age feature that inside tracker offers are very. I discussed awfully not too long. I'm really fascinated the votes in jeopardy and and try to live longer and makes basically also include the quality of life. Because all of wants to live longer but doesn't make sense to me tonight is in the last one as you're being Nelson. Yeah so much and much more important to leave Dan and be still functional and walk the fine and I'll do whatever you like to do so we decided to try to build a one number that we call it and inner age. That can summarize all the markers that are related jeopardy so we spend couple of feet from that me and my team and the David Sinclair was in for the development of doc and let me go into one for the development of that and the idea is. Let's look at each of those that are really elephants fall jetties glukhov often. The information leaving has and we found the relationship with Vitamin D.. And such because they're still on. As and also look at a few physiological now kills and combined all of that to one score that will give you. What is your inner age? The work based on their bio-molecules what those violence is showing us about your ca age. Okay I'm not trying to say that the these rages inches something that you need to look at it. Like that came from Moses Sinai off giving you an indication of whether what what is happening in your body making you all younger than what you all today and then based on that we are giving you some recommendation of what should you do in order to make your Younger right so. The biomarkers are Glucose Inflammation Vitamin D Testosterone D. H. E. A. S.. And so. How often so you would do this past asked and then someone would find out what their inner ages and do you think that as you get older you can get younger? Is that sort of the premise. Behind that again. What what they what's happening is is that we have the data if you do enough test and you're doing long enough you can see you ever line or the line of your age? Nothing to trickling up so oh you started on thirty five and then you've done it again. Six seven so this is going to go slowly but surely going higher and higher and what we're trying to do is then you have the line of the pocus line of the age and the goal is always the age should be lower than your Komo logical aged and to do that every time. It's different one time it could be. I don't know you had a few weeks. spouting and then suddenly glucose is going high L. and I didn't know you got injured. So your information go tyrel. You had to a different kind of pouty and you drank a lot of fun. Paul's only time Malia so basically every time it's can pinpoint the current issues what you have today that can help you. Who later all live longer because if you have a highly entering for example temper does actually signals that you literally is some program? And now it's a bit higher you can consolidate and they fix it for the one but if you will continue genius to have Courtney Alicia. That's definitely can they show them your life right. The thing was glucose glucose will go higher enough. Then you become a diabetic if you can do a lot of view that show that they are. Betsy call is significantly Living shoulder then population donald debit. Tell me a little bit. More about like glucose such an important indicator of your health and longevity. So maybe what's happening in the body when it's high and when it's low and what other things you Kinda hi needs to look at. When you're glucose is high and when it's low yet so glucose risk basically a form of sugar or energy that our body cam AH easily use? In order to produce energy so summer like Utah. monotones need us. A lot of glucose especially when you're running in in order to Support your body but also the our brand is using a lot of the glucose in the especially when you are a in arrest time when like like now I'm talking resume. Maybe Fifty Percents of Day powered glucose consumption is going to my bland and also my body. So it's a very very important those energy and it and when they the glucose is high or let's let's say back up a second so the cells in the body no to accent all of us the glucose when they are seeing it all on Call Insulin so when the glucose is going high selling our called the Beatles Eh eh producing insulin and insulin signal to the to the says to Basically absorb the glucose and basically use it now if stay the glucose is high in the bloodstream. All the time you have a lot of high peak often glucose what is that again. The cells in the pancreas that they ah the insulin producing more and more insulin. Okay and it's election Kabalu. Let's think about it like an engine. Okay so you ever engender engender planning and running and running running running without having any so you'll know that when the engine running around him at the end of the day the engine will play. Yes so when the engine is fairly. Don't have insulin anymore. Divided cannot produce insulin and then the level of the group in the body's going in the blasphemies going even higher Mike Lynch and that's actually a one of the kind of everyday so you have the better in the packers cannot use. Insulin told in order to keep us in in in in a good way. We need to try to maintain the glucose in the industrial levels again not pillow but to a lower level as possible during the day during the time in order to not over. Walk the body right and when you eat alone oh when you not taking care of your body or when there is a lot of correlation for example between Pool Sleep and Higher Ed Glucose so there are a lot of things that you can do using nutrition intervention all using a lifestyle intervention that you can actually help your settlement than the glucose locals better right and there are a lot of correlation between the level of glucose at a relatively young age and the longevity of no specific relation. I can give you an example. There was a study in a small town in Massachusetts called finding him and scored flaming game out study so they basically look at the population of this town in the something them eversholt wheels and buzzfeed was something the level of glucose and then they dustin within following actually this population senior more than fifty day since they started and they then when they study look the tried to compare the English reliving offer Glucose Level of glucose in different agents and try to loop then on the road when this population. What was delay in jeopardy of this population They've seen the relations between the level of Glucose in young age. Let's assume that I'd age over. Seventy Five you'll glucose was eighty vesa someone that the age of Thirty Eighty Five Ninety or population that glucose was one hundred and they've seen a coalition the low L. Glucose debate open title. Giovanni well the longer he's been on Germany so basically using data we can come and go back and say. Hey this is a certified feels all this. This group is the is the male female and Basil Dot Com Kakuta okay. These level can influence Beta age by five. Ah above or five years okay. Okay and then. We're doing that because of that for all the other mark. We combine them all together. And then we're coming with one one number the telling you what is your age. I think it's important for people to Understand Glucose Joel Joel. of the population every a high glucose very high groups and delicious. Just for that. Is that our society if you look at that we even next to the refrigerator so most of five thousand eating online and all the way the moment that they are waking up to the women that are going to sleep and we are not sleeping a lot so maybe eighteen hours a day or so we all eating and eating and again when when you eat your Taco has just. We don't sleep enough a lot of Eating Causes Food and the food usually is a very low in fiber. All right if five is very good Michael around that allow the body to pass fail to make the peak of the glucose less shop and also following last lifestyle and Trish in the way and we all france-presse also increased which in the glucose level so our lifestyle. Today is not very good and because of that we are having a lot of issues locals and but the good news is a lot of that. That is as I said. It's the lifestyle we can. We can change it. Yeah and that's that's where infrastructure and hurt we can allow you based on the level of Glucose but not only only glucose we focus on glucose but we are looking at your guardia in ristic way so down fourteen days or so other markets. We're looking at we're finally. What is the situation nation? And then based on that giving you mention I can give you an example. If you are a relatively young women that is I think that a lot of that population seemed the US some of some of that audience. They have a different issues that not a lot of them. Know about the young women that every metric acting. There's a lot of issues island. Yes and the the the I is low and most of them don't know about it and when you island is though so you. It's very hard for you. To France fell books suggest from belongs to the muscle but also to the brain because they oxygen have two days. You're going over there. On the red blood cells catch the oxygen translate to who in the bloodstream to the cell so you can come from Marzio athletic performance but you can also compromise zero push home and twelve because the old plan to see enough oxygen and that's something that it's pretty easy to solve now why I'm saying that it's a classic actively men because on top of the monthly cycle that they have also when you WanNa Lord did you tend to having Michael in bleeding in your guts so when you are harming gay especially running a lot You'll tend to lose as some small amount of blood if we tend to our hunting and If you are under the law they mount rather loses can be a significant. And if you don't eat enough food that is the hi vis I own for example if you do and you all know what supplementing. He's island the daily food or with a real supplemental filing supplement. You might get to a situation that you compromise not only your performance with also has some good sources of iron that are actually table to be digested by our bodies at the level of what we need as runners or as athletes forgot about the good question so the best is so of island. He's basically meat because data you'll have a lot of mobile related a one little. Oh him related. The I own. So that's a very good source of island. It's also by the way a good source of vitamin B twelve and in the end it usually someone that the veggie food and actually there was an interesting movie on Netflix. About and the people that they like a high-level outlets that eating rich foods and the and the there is no way high a debate about how can they veggie can be good i. I'm saying yeah definitely can but he will need to be shoe got the or the markets optimized. So if you only do you need to be very careful about what kind of what kind of food you eat. In order to compensate fall in not up eating meat all maybe taking supplements so they'll save all different kinds of A. Let's say they food that you can eat. I'm sure there's all of you seen Ed. Popeye gauge so spinach is relatively high. We've got you. Have we jam you. So being been about being glued mood I'll show is good so Dali and lots of different kinds of food that they can help you resign and again they. If I don't want to wait more we have a lot of blog at try out there and we have in the team a lot of the athletic. TV TV women is there like a excellent blokes about that. So I shouldn't say that. Say a specific issue. I think that's the big issue I would say. Duck maybe thirty percent of of the young a women are male every show and and also mail on. ABC As you saw on ten percent of the Mail on this issue. Right I but it again. Ten percent and thirty. Maybe you'll have. Maybe you don't have it. So the only way from always he's to test and the best two mile through to find the Testing haemoglobin and testing your ferret. I just did that. We'll go. Yeah so those are two miles to go even the mother not to contest when we have Ten miles girls related to island so I want to be doing both that. We a dedicated almost just to look at the iron metabolism to understanding. But you how often if somebody wants to get started with inside side tracker you have different plans rates. You have the ultimate plan you have essentials you have home care you have inner age have diy when someone one signs up for inside tracker like how often do you think they should be testing their blood. And what do you think are are better for some people like I know a lot of athletes. Please would really be into this because you know as athletes were always looking at like how we can get better. Yeah so so I can tell you the for the minimum. I believe the minimum is one CEO. You should at least once a year and as I said before. You don't have to buy the US you can. They basically upload the data from your yearly physical from your physician You won't have all the molecules but let me say something is better than nothing rain So dot and then it depends on your budget and depends on your needs so I can tell you that we are working with The military military and professional teams. And they'll doing it. They even fulltime Siham right to issue. The evolution is his group In they are usually using the makers say the plane the diversion But I assume that the if you are a performance outlet like the Ashland performance. I played in. I don't know you'll training to For bothersome capital funds. I think that it's very good to have a baseline before we need aid. Exactly what's happening and try to take care of because that will help you awfully a improve your performance. Not because we are you might try and faster than your uh-huh potential but will allow you to get to potential so if you have low island and you'll potentially three hours milot on you. You won't do three hours when you don't have enough island because you want to have the optimal amount of oxygen. You'll myself so I was like Oh man to copy of months before the competition that you no training tool and then also doing after eight I would say I know a maybe a few weeks after to be sure that you haven't. They depleted your body for me interesting. I wanted to say that it's not only improve. Performance was also to prevent injury. Because if you don't enough vitamin D your bones might be onto talk shows so I think that that optimizing your body would allow you also to prevent injuries and hopefully also within cigna is because if you can see that you're a inflammation starting to be higher. You can doubt so basically what we're doing here. We are allowing you to see assist Amati issue before becoming becoming system attic so basically something that is still small will allow you to fix it before you will be bigger. There's you'll feel it as an athlete like I'm looking at doing races all year round on so I'm always looking at you. Know one of the things that for my nutrition is I look at like you know when I'm doing certain workouts like how much sweat so I know how much hydration and how much nutrition attrition I need when I'm out on the course based on calories in calories out but this takes it kind of to the next level where you could look at like you know now say I'm doing a marathon in five five months I could do the blood work. See where Matt and see what I need to increase if I need more iron eat more spinach lentils whatever I'm eating you know if my blood sugar is one way okay or you know what's going on and where I can improve and then after the race you can look and see what you lost or where you are and then you can use that information for future races and even more streamline your nutrition and your diet and like what you're doing to get it right I mean of course you never can get it perfect but yeah yeah I agree and we are If you look at that we are very very complex machine and the identity of the day maybe printing house better than the wheel tweeting. All of a sudden. We'll certainly get to the technician. Every five thousand is he the plugging down into the The cow the computer telling the technician. Exactly what we need to do they do it. And then the car is good for another five thousand miles and then do it again and again and again we are not other than truck it. We are doing it so I seem so truck because exactly the the computer technician we plug a needle into your vein and we expect the liquid gold cord blood. That's actually telling us. Exactly what the issue that you have in the body. We'll give you a combination it more dot and less of that multi last swim instead of finding once a week. Whatever you will I will? I'll go with them. It's telling you to do and then you do that but then you need to test again. I see that they eventually way walked and second because we L.. So complex machine may be other parts of the body suddenly neither notation. So so so. That's what he's been subtracted diagnostic that allow you to take AH AUCTION AND BASICALLY OPTIMA zero body in although to be as good as I can and basically prevent all a delay as much as we can be need to every medical intervention. How does it work because in New York City I cannot walk into a quest lab and get my blood taken again? So do you have labs that work with you in different states where you don't need a referral from the doctor to go in New York. The New York State and in a few other states I feel like relation that actually make it how to forge electrical company to sell those state but other than we often. I'm Jessie in Rhode Island in all other states. We all really offensive so you can basically comfortable websites fire. Plan go to the lab. We all country country walking with an up called quest diagnostic right They have a thousand clinics. All over will do ask you go down and get that said if you days later the results coming to our way so the day dies the Upload Qazi can see from your smartphone Orioli it computer and basically followed the Dacian In New York you can in New York. You can feel the upload your is also a physician or any other resort at you have. Unfortunately it's not an easy to operate in. I mean there's a lot of places that are close to New York. People could go if they really WANNA do it right. I mean you know they could come to Boston. For example I just know like athletes will do what it takes. Thanks to get what they need. So I'm sure a lot of entrepreneurs and listeners are kind of. They're already listening to this podcast. They're going to. They're going to figure that out. You know it's just it's just part of the process as an entrepreneur and someone who is working in a space. That's very very high tech. How hard is it to convince people that what what you're talking about and what you're doing is the future of health and wellness and what kind of pushback have you gotten? And how do you as an entrepreneur. Keep going forward. Yeah so I think that's a very good question and actually last summer we celebrated the ten years. NFL Cellular Company. And I remember the ten years ago nine years ago when I was trying to convince investors and the power of meals and the Costco meals truck. Everyone looked at me as a crazy died night. And when I'm doing it today it's completely the opposite. Everyone looking at me as a visionary okay go and everyone now on the day Ed personnel from the future. So what I'm saying is to be you need to be resilient and basically believe in what you're doing and also oh find the people that they believe in what you do in suppose. You're so I can say that. They David Sinclair for example. I remember when I came to his office there. Maybe ten years go and told him about my idea. And you David before you came to me and say hey deal actually what you are describing to me that idea that they want to start the company room but I really trust you like you so I want to join you okay. So you need to find when you start a few people that really believe in what you're I'm doing it like what you do and basically want to join you and I suppose that you need and then to change. The world is not easy. There are a lot of barriers and a a local I would say people organization that they have an interest to block you too overweight to do stuff at the example of New York is a great example. Not going there are some books that have beneficial having such a itself and the and that's why we have this situation situation and the DOT will change. It's wonderful seeing that you are developing this concept to help people with health and wellness. What do you do? What your health and wellness? Yes or fitness routine. Let your activity that that fuels you for success as you build this platform for audiences and consumers around the world yes. That's a very good question. I made trying to maintain my locals again. It's not by the way I am. I have that we do to make multiple times and I'm I'm happy to with all the none of my biomarkers right now. Out of the normal which is nice achievement but I still have it on sixty mile optimize and one of them is the fasting glucose so wanting the doing is a doing what is called intermittent fasting. So I'm trying not to eat before so eight. AM and no to eat after a seven PM. Usually I'm also trying to create even later than ten. Am and not before seven PM. And and so. I'm doing that and that. That's a pretty easy intervention when you get used but I want to say that. It's not good for someone that exercising in the morning so I'm trying to exercising their after noon. So if you go to a long long time you need to eat something before So for the endurance Gaza threatening getting through. I just wanted to say that also tried to all trying to introduce much more fiber again to optimize glucose so Eighteen OATMEAL and in their bellies and they other food org lane the lane Insulin related to a AH lifestyle. I am trying to very how to sleep as much as they can. And trying to walk my sleep hygiene also to maintain glucose but also reduce place than I ever be inflammation and doing exercise related again. They also likes likes taste I again. I've seen that. I beat the inflammation causes high and might be because of my slick efficiency. Some trying I to do as much as they can they yoga. I really believe that we have a lot of data. The children can make you bowl. Come but also part of it is also I saw parts of the Yoga essentially doing is and that by some imitation. That's also helping to be more calming and saying it's important. I also pillow take a couple of their more for glucose traditionally my beachwear is low and they see it in my blood so I'm taking some the twelfth. And they're also my vitamin DS. Lowy firm no taking vitamin the limitation supplementing so vitamin D. Do you take metformin or we don't know so I'm not. I'm a beat more conservative. I know a lot of a scientists in the aging related. Feel taking but for me they used to take versus running the buzz and someone's than taking and they D- booster and all of that. I am trying to be a bit more conservative in the waiting to see more data human before that okay better to me and it more conservative. That's okay I mean everybody has their own. I haven't started taking any of those things I probably. We'll just take the NASD booster resveratrol. And then I definitely need to take vitamin D that I know from my blood so but it's interesting what you say about fiber. Because I don't really see myself eating a lot of fiber and I definitely think they need to especially as an athlete. So That's interesting. Meditation is amazing. Yoga is amazing. So I I definitely you're on the right track especially for endorsed outlet and I see I know a lot of them. They are underestimating. Anything the the value of Yoga and meditation and they also doing some blaming the listing bit weight and. I think that it's very important four-way if we wanted to try doing some more versatile And we'll see how do I mean guy photons away but you should to do at least one session of Yogesh again and at least once a week lift a bit of weight because you cannot go the other lesson in your body lead to give intention agreed. I mean one hundred percent back to inside tracker. What are some of the things that you and those at inside tracker are working on now now that maybe you haven't rolled out yet? That really are exciting. You so I think that the most exciting about is a combination the combination of the blood activity truck out so I have a big team in the science teams are doing that. We're walking on the in the products. Were walking down and and soon it'll be a very exciting tool that will allow you to basically have wagency your body and realistic way and understand based on the AH DNA blood and the if he's logical amalgam what's happening in your body up to see the action reaction so that's something that we are spending a little time. It's really hard. I'm actually working with back in the last few years then and there was a lot of to do but hopefully in twenty twenty launched dot and not posing. That is very exciting. I don't have real name for that. We call it an attrition solution income any idea based on the or the day that you gave plus another biomarkers to come and tell you what are they focusing on food. What are the foods that you should eat more and bowl and it also brought it into daily and weekly Menu and from that extract shopping? List that you can take into your favorite mostly store and buy I like ingredient. So that's so awesome. That sounds a game that I don't think that anyone is doing a good job there. I don't see any tools. They are especially. That is very tesla is that they're looking into your way. I guess that's what we ever go the polls and getting them walking on that day in the last few years and it's not easy but they ashamed that ah we're making progress and hopefully in twenty twenty launch those one how many people are using inside track. We're we're only thousands and we. Are we going with Nathan difficulty so we are going for. That's awesome because I feel like this is this is definitely the future. This has been great. Thank you so much. Appreciate your support. It's as I said before we great world with a open minded visionary and it was a pleasure thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear. Leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. 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S3 | Episode 98: Spaceships Dont Come With A Rearview

"A Saudi you're Salvador the nonstop flight to Petropolis mentioned co-pilot what we probably would consider what masculine India's So I think he he feels like he's earned the right to to be that person because he the debt like it like if you're not a subscriber we execute subscribed right now to subscribe button if you listen on apple podcast Google podcast so himself as a outcasts I think he should he feels like he should be the one to usher in his whole like like a new look where is not it's been an interesting week I think one of the biggest teams in the news is deferential G G cucumber federal to basically ushered into fashion I so for a brand is other yeah so I think uh-huh seen at titled New Masculinity Would Yon saying like shoes that he was doing with the Dita's and things like that I see he's trying to bridge gaps right he's trying to bridge gaps and he probably feel he has a cultural cool the dress weird and even push you know he didn't dress like us so he was into 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to be considered a man or mascot so let me ask you a question before you go so for me I'm looking at it from the perspective of male to female right I deci- so what happened with me right the first thing I instantly looked up was the definition of masculinity tails and females can exhibit traits and behaviors of of masculinity right I think technically areas but we competed air saying they said also called manhood masculine he's also called manhood or manliness is a set of attributes be in Indy we say that too so is it wise a balancing now because we starting to see more women Boston up more women mission masculinity right but when you look at connotated Wli based on how people perceive by what the social construct and what we perceive to be masculinity yes it could be the new masculinity from a from a from a Dino Tae of perspective that's a great word based on the definite if if the rules are set by if masculine rules are set by Moslem person right point is doesn't that there's a young and again it's still balancing up I'm Kinda like a kind of like this is my position right of masculine masculinity comes natural to her whatever that is is whatever I suppose it to be but isn't there also a new savior's in roles associated with boys in Maine goes on say standards a male masculinity vary across different cultures and historical periods make what we do as a masked men we do inherently masculine if we set those rules so like if the culture is set by going to urban dictionary got the best of facts at this week you know what you all say oh all I'm saying is right so from Oxford from Oxford is sanded the qualities or attributes regarded as the characteristics of men but then I went to another dictionary right at that then like being led the way in the pants mason matching up like there's there's there's Alpha and a Beta it is I can't wish it like that you know what I'm saying but what I'm saying is that I I looked at I'm like Yo like guest is a feminine aspect of it but I'm like the same culture or fashion in particular kind of like shapes the way we identify us like we went from remember when conway or whomever started off they just don't have the same designs family Chanel sneakers sneakers in like women half ashes seen all across the board though is he preaches wearing a hat is what I'm saying so so there's a religious aspect of it so that's my perspective of of I think it's a thing with me saw a religious aspect of it because it looked more so a DOE Baz bubble jagger no no it wasn't a Cadillac rose ratify stitcher or you watch right now you to shout out to yeah once again shuttle all our pen tap recent pentathlon all our pen tap is in general we just WanNa shout child I remember we talked about this a few years ago when he did the whole Chanel at gay dawn shipment pocketbook and he was saying it was mhm for the one nine not every female I'm looking at for the woman that you present yourself before right. She has an idea or a standard expectation the standard I think that if you're someone like myself such as yourselves have you you recognize a he portray one side that comes natural to hint the fact that he's trying to show a new masculine right and g Kufa headlines are going to put the instead of a you know what I'm saying so you so now becomes the standard is exactly the person in nails going to find masculinity for me button hole up he's not trying to define ask lose for you what I'm trying to say is this right Yup there is wearing like super tight designer shit and I felt like these individuals that ushered in this style we kind of like come on you know what I'm saying like that doesn't make it is not men are men are producers of testosterone primarily women are Someone off the culture right therefore what I do becomes of the culture facts I can agree with this and I think the hip hop right they're trained is to not follow the trend you know what I'm saying and that's probably like the Ferraro's of the world right so you're always looking and seeking and that's why somebody's AH producers of estrogen primarily in based on those two different hormones it can drive Minna Different Way you got some booze way I'm from nobody's pants in their minds down here nobody I think we all just different everywhere is our as dope as they are because they're always looking seeking to create a new wave dope to my whole point with the tow situation is just simple you know I respect yep I caught I was following trends right right and then after a while you get to a place where you find your own individuality within that some people find it early like we all pumped testosterone differently saying and what I'm saying is that as a result of that like he's just one version on the spectrum could go them saying and I think when you're in your here and your individuality you want to stay in a he's just one of many different variations across spoke why do you think they chose him like this is this is g q magazine yeah why status and he has his amid like even rock so he's he's creating the wave and people are filing hate me rocking skinny jeans and it was like get the fuck out I'm not wearing shit yeah we all got skinny jeans all everybody don't matter what side you're legacy I got on slim jeans certainly I remember my one of my first between I'm I moved to Elena will in my favorite they made my shoes was high in different I got fucked labels right you're oh so they was looking different right we came up as you've he had to like wonder fly we we us in this room we wanted to separate ourselves from the past actionable let's be clear all the young impressionable but what facts but what I'm saying is from my vantage point speaking for me the CDC it just made me think like the same people who say to who make Eight a black person spokesperson right is the same way I feel about this she who may him track record for for for for pushing novel but this is a style magazine for men this is a style Bible for like man mic were I was opposed to it we all were everybody was right when I see I got I like the way my I like my jeans totally ask the Catholic world wanted it looked like from a religious aspect that's what I've seen this I'm like well I can't I can't even we're how they yeah no but I'm saying like being coming from up top we were told extra baggie right that was out thing that's how you do you identify personnel from up top now every into the Alfred does not portray aggression who for rails out with is just saying the alphabet I'm not even talking about aggression I'm saying I'm saying I'm saying in general uh-huh we wanted to go a step further so that that like we had to be brave and they're like we knew that when we was rocking certain designer shit that some people might be twenty five feet away but I'm a earshot still and I heard is out as I'm walking past where he probably gay right and I just can't walk I I was splashing like I was always splashing right right good walking up to him I notice I know I got their attention I'm like Oh they know ah pumping a lot of testosterone and nee is naturally makes you more aggressive for women can have it too and they can do the same thing that is so remaking the girl and the guy now for me I know I'm looking no killing them can't tell you back then lot of fuck do we care like why he doesn't define it for me you know that's my position Eli will be do whatever you want to tell me what I remember hey in whatever they probably associate that would maybe dusit they recognize with or people they recognize with WHO's on that ways you know what I'm saying because again I'm still filling myself paws right like I thought it was hey hill where he's got he's like Oh to do that because as I'm walking past filling myself I guess the woman to do with like epic rocket some diesel wasn't skinny jeans or whatever he go at the slim date maybe not mace getting lonely so I said I am elated I let it rock but to your point is sometimes people ain't bullshit y'all I'm saying they just ain't on shit so nine probably never even thought about to leave the only thing I thought about at the time onto shorty with the he probably gay she prize-giving you props short he was probably be like wow this guy was probably playboy with like of law sweatsuits L. Gaze big so I'm coming do everything fit in right any tight fitting right the at the top of the realize you were condition laws you were conditioned to think this way because guess what I know but this was when it was kind of like low is allied always been a hot dog so so walk I can see them distance and I see them looking at me right yeah he probably gay he's he walked passionate no they're posted like let's say air posted I'm walking by him but I'm probably they won they won you get you sneakers you're uptown whatever it wasn't a new joint tonight so I'm in Atlanta right right gone walk into Atlanta and this is really girly this way too but it always been splashing here they know they don't even know what they're looking at but they know it's official drew the drip that's what the young kids say walk past walk past the pair and is doing right now for me I went cam was going to do the Cape's can convince me that I should wear cave I don't think G. Q. has lost that flavor where they're Kinda ushering in the new styles and like Kinda like moving us in a in a particular direction right okay right we go down like me and you in particular we've had this conversation about particular with G. Q. Magazine because this is where we he wanted lady had don't want to be skinny so they had some less less g q honestly compared to what we used to look G KUFO GCA was on instagram like you know how you follow somebody what's the name but I feel like instagram when it comes to styling trying to figure out what to wear whatever like is a thousand and one pages on instagram that you can follow that can give you an idea I didn't say that Juku fell off in terms of the ideas right it's more sell us in the market now you understand what I'm saying right so you slept killing I got some shit right I got on so I'm just like oh they hating because they see the labels they know they know what I'm wearing right so they prizes I think I was convinced I was like Oh why didn't I think that s the case kate onto it I think some things are genetic that convicted you will condition to think that it was dope who who we always young I was young how to do something to stand up for us to have this conversation right now because now we dealing wit motherfuckers who are playing with large amounts of money the working I was going to buy a kate he had a pledge joint that shows fucking fire I remember that conversation let's dance music world so I recently caught a clip you did to tell of ed sattelite mix and twist your shit is what I'm saying what I'm saying is like this white but but Jake Uday lose let me tell you how I feel like they lost ship okay like hanging down looking like sent shit right you know what I'm saying so these a discount icon's right now yeah so I mean I let them live twenties subscribing to G. 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Magazine because I'm trying to get exclusive Oh had this conversation and I feel like wherever for rail is on the front cover because if you look at the pictures inside is regular man Shit I would disagree with you I feel like I feel like I feel like I'm thinking in a time in Atlanta time was real hyper masculine so at the time of long ashes and my white t get this long white T.'s I for and what happened was I had dad showing off a guy I dove is only matter what else I had on focus on the genes right who I hip hop yeah so as the Grungy Shit is over like like the stars now is like the young thugs young swearing like diamond earrings it kind of brings up this question is your relationship coming to an end if your partner is not on the same journey as you all of us This years ago ladies and gentlemen and I think these are still hard as though shit but point is just to go in I'm not I'm uncomfortable there's say Joe just 'cause you on this spiritual join you warm right now not everybody's like I'm not there right now you know what I'm saying uh-huh or whatever but he's writing it out and I'm pretty sure what he expressed there is the backlash that he's getting from now is definitely a spiritual journey that he is on whether it's real fraud how you doing right now but I questioned that because if you are on this new wave Ugh us this is what you own than how you push your wife out here like this so he kind of needs to like the follow suit for us to buy into this whole whatever and coming out looking like the count down with chocolate I go live you dig and dig a half railbed idea these niggers don't discomfort or he has discomfort with her revealing all this sexiness right play chloroquine the journey and your wife is moving in in contradiction of that how is this relationship going to last are you something right and he's having a conversation but in any event in that conversation it was one of the things where he was expressing her how he was like finding let me live kind of life soda but go to go beyond like she she flipped it on him she was like you built me is building me up why should I stop that perspective but how this relationship going to work if if I'm like you put me in but at the same time does a does something out I have heard anybody else say why was he doing what he was doing which one with the with the pump and in a position and I'm washing trajectory we moving up but you're going in another direction how do we come back together and still stay on that saints so for me right looking at it I you can look at it another way and I know some I guess thinking about the ambrose argument right for me I'm looking at it like it just do center I don't know I can't remember which one set of right so my man was hailed like you say if I cook for him too soda keeping up with the Kardashians kin in Chi Chi as like off of my table eating some like problems I was on their show I think initially Yo that's my wife right but before she was my wife she's my girl and I wanted to be with this girl longtime ago I think the world is girl now she's been a relationship she had relationships or relations would multiple people whatever or different people that are pass but still go together I'll say perspective again and the undertone is a willingness when Harley nothing or being on on covers of magazines with with my private expose dislike you were encouraging me to do that so he said look we gonNA flip it on the head that's how Phil we go they hate on your sexiness but you are really sexy we got three to continue now the question is why but more importantly we got three days watching you art yes is in any event in this so we see is you know him basically telling her like Yo tone or whatever the case may be right he came into her life a covered her spiritually speaking he covered her to adopt a new perspective so somebody has to change true and as I say perspective so for me right Kaiei makes a valid point you because for you like just a year ago two years ago whatever you're putting me in front of the award ceremonies fashion show events went to this little secret Bible like this is how we get an exclusive of this off so we were looking at like like a like early Palm Psalm Psalm Medical Card ending upon his palm Sunday Psalm that's what I mean by allow and encourage you to display gotcha because as much as people hate on your sexiness for your sex appeal that's what got you she birthed three two and had to Sarah Gates okay make a long story short now you got kids that changes the tone of this oh you are but now you in relationship with somebody who's madly in love with you who celebrates and encourages sexiness and is support you when you he's some Foley Pineapple vowed I'll know I'll know but he it off to the world the very thing that people hate you for you know what I'm saying and it's going to be all under the guise or the context of being in relationship with me not only that Kley flipping the thing that people wanted us to shame you on his head now mission accomplish we got three kids you know what I'm saying they're going to call you a sled call you whatever but now now do we together I'm allow you and not go against it by and would Kim is the understand I was she said Cardio has always felt like whatever was her if there was negatively there whatever he covers that cannot can I tell you guys something I think is missing the big point in this situation will connie is look at that or whatever so he's always seen Kim's fashion sense as beneath him so the NASA is let's be clear he come on comes fashion yeah like I need to tell you how to present yourself when he came into her eh pineapples out I think it was on the show I think I think he's I don't disagree I don't know let's call a spate of Speight Kim Card Dash is fucking Conga wests Bob Dole and we told them about the new masculinity with this is the only know what they look so can we call Roja Bubba Cape Cape Style and Camden and brought a whole new wardrobe is that of saying this is how I wanted you to I want to present I want you to present to the world is what I'm saying stop I think the fact that it's like you'll look I want to change this dose close I want change the way my is coming outside and present herself I think he is trying to make he's he's willing his I'm also going on now that I'm your husband I'm still going to rep you like them still give you that Grayson still encouraged that a whatever basis life should do he should he should cover her right but at the same Tom Wright covers like whatever mistakes were whatever her don't discount that do a he's looking at like I feel like basically what I'm saying is I feel that when it first started he covered her as any may who's in any women's is now the way he dresses before like he's caused with China change building every little thin one by one so it was like Atta girl who's what you've got a young girl four kids got full could have four kids four three four kids changing building recreate in and like he's just his mind is always created and he's just loud there go ahead JFK. Yeah Yeah that yeah I forgot she did before she said the spiritual part that was tough I was Dow super tough and then that's why he made the I don't know I don't think that I look at it from my perspective I don't discount where he's at spiritually I want my daughters to present no we don't they have nothing to do with the kiss I think right now he's just saying like Yo look I just WanNa change who you are he's constantly and conyers somebody who's mind is constantly changing so who's call to change in everything around him so now he's looking at it right now it was like look at the way Carney address breath what up what up what ladies and Gentlemen Gentlemen don't think he says his this Bobby Dog I what I'm doing this data mass that way so it's like the thin I'm looking at it from a from a point of like Yo like visit mystery baby radio you got four kids they got they got its own have north Saith shy and Minna not supposed to play with dolls Kim Chi was playing with fucking Kim as Asheville exactly so my dad was like I don't think I don't think that the fact that he life I remember one episode of the show he redid or clouds attached just like called a stylus committee took everything out of her closet you push the envelope she's still so I don't think so I don't think so she's not I don't think he's regarded as the fashion east of the world. Don't get me wrong thinks he was tired of Ambrose into her I'm GonNa tell you why I think I'm GonNa tell you why Barreau was just another dull Amro's outside of him it stood nope ambrose justice or whatever but what I think is he just disapproved her fashion sense of WHO's can Alabama to me somebody else might love it yeah so but you come to me for Stella vise I'll give it to you not that I'm GonNa let you rock so I like the fact that the fact that in the beginning she opened up to allowing him to change her is what I'm saying she was trusting trusted his fascist says Dat Dat and I'm like you can't tell me how to be Tony You can't you can't you can't you know we're not dressing hits answers no his question is this if your girl could dress be doll I if my girl comes to me for style advice I'm going to give it but the other women like other women are looking up to her so I don't know who's behind if she'll be like trash I don't think he would've fucked to her at all ashamed like really showing how to really push it together why God would you tell what would you do something about it wooded him is what I'm saying so that boat him to the fact that you know what I think in the beginning women look at it always saying like I wanna like I I see certain ways certain females he had those two officers which one are you going to go I'm going to play kind gay and dresser up you'll see come no hey tony I'm I'm GonNa Live Live live I mean what did I be wherever you bring to the table The answer's yes or or let her be non I know let her or no is to the two options are you do Kinda doing dresser right yeah I want to say I will say that is not a good look but I wanna do just like Yo you made a change that up whatever right my shit hold on hold on hold on this dossier I would that's a that's a follow up question do you can't trust me I'm not gonNA dress you wherever you come up with present that to the world yeah if I think like Obama or two or the other one is tell her y'all say hi S- Kony's I'm go let's would you tell us what would you do eight to four kind of course dad why would you ask so Kim's okay I don't know if he's expensive to somebody else how Kim or waste bin own like when it comes to fashion when you compare like so you're the guy he could and he he caught it going I'm not playing with the the journal whatever she says to me she's I if you're a woman rock sorry like pay me get ahead all the time keep rocking out yeah I think so I think it's better I can do a better so you save she completely trashing up with contain way way way way way way eight that's because he's been because we agree right same thing with chew says the creative right Kim is the numbers guy like him as the number guys like she's allowing the creative to come in like I don't necessarily need to change because the number is still going up so like now like yo she can change and Josh I'm going with this hot I'm going with this hot tell like I don't like how you do this or how you doing it right now they like if I if I may Joe go shopping I'm okay with where you coming off the house will have so you feel like the way she present her self to the this is against what you're comfortable with you have the bugler now chemist trusting him when I put on this when I go out people are going to love it rob I'm more county I heard you know because if I will never say shit that means I'm okay with if I kaiser missing the point you say you said let me ask you this you say wizar- individuality reitman early on we talked about this is crazy the numbers guide we ask you what you said where's your I'll be cool if you will fly join all blotchy beauty is in the outer behold like you none they will be doing dope like back I think the idea of it is right where's her in world's a reflection of you so it was like if I'm okay with it and I'm okay with it says like if I'm okay with ain't GonNa wait shit I'm like my thing is I'll be honest whatever said he's talking is worked at that moment right now the problem she's having now is like Yo look did number still going up yeah right won't do both is trapped would you tell us what you're doing noticed like in that conversation conde walks away immediately so it got to a point where you feel like you'll spouse value something you're going one way and they're going another way I think so I think I think I think at when it comes to not Ivana Strategy Level I just think to my point like to the point that your spouse rag something that you don't value guys have recent impasse and if that value means a lot to you is the Walkway Austin is that basically is at the sign that our relationship is coming to an end when two people are at this place or this impasse where the God complex you know what I'm saying and he's looking at it like that's my girl he sees her in a different way to she may even see herself she's allowing herself to be lay so that's why she's trying to stay on that path it's really about trust in him and his style choices she she was still continue to follow but the fact that she's being like like a little that you don't value and you cannot you cannot negotiate someone's value you cannot do that so when it got he just gave her the courage to be who she wanted to be she wanted to be more reveal she wanted to be more exposed and in that in that context in the fashion world not my saying everything in life you think spiritual he's on a way to she's not on right but back to the original as well these Nigga no but that's where that's where that's where would change for me if I wanted to play fucking bobby bedding let me let me ask you a question cocoon and the reason why said it because at the end of the day will really talking about is his narcissism and need for control of the situation ms of her world right guess what the numbers the numbers went up the raiders went up the numbers went up the cells went up whatever right the sex tape even though it was it was home video of her having sex with her boyfriend I think she saw how she working with others if I had those two options yeah but in real life I'm not gonNa give a fuck what you do do you know what I'm GonNa do GonNa do grow shop in helper newer classy same here I think that's a doe situation now to your to your to your point the whatever or no England London Guy Right whatever yeah he doesn't have a talent he's keeping Prince Harry he's just Prince Harry I am I can I want to say she had no talent but Kim she's not an artist started position is what I'm saying she's a business woman is what I'm saying resistant to the show I think I think she's a numbers I think she's a person remember remember remember she saw success and popularity Abbas was still probably I don't know we'll probably still go up or she contain the numbers will go down and it'd be like why the fuck change but the point is the deceleration is is this is the genesis of the separation I so let me this do you guys feel like it's a possibility Qin validated her on a whole `nother level brilliant whole `nother level yes she was able to do covers in deal with certain photography could be trusting you don't know if she's lying that no no I would have to see what they have to show me she's she's busting we'll tell you what when you thank you got ta they will you gotTa get me and wife I mean at the same time just to get Connie I I just felt like you got on he doesn't they do they town of being able to get on that camera in front of is and manipulate us in a way that we buy in to that brand not everyone is welcome and their lives are is a brand who they're being is a brain it's like it's like it's like the aggravates the Prince of whatever right John was a good one con- you can picture or whatever like come on now she was dealing with that overdue I'm saying I think it's I think all the right in everything that comes along with that think about that for a second you live a life that people want to see and then like like they are they buy into them as a whole and this is not even just Kim is all of them fact all of them well let me let me let me tell you crazy right fucking snooky can't do fucking Kim Kardashian is doing she's not as bad as this is not about being back about buying into the character asphalt where lives right before this whole reality Dan popped off and the nineties they spent in the nineties like giving us a given us what I'm GonNa tell you why there is no talent no they hit what I'm sandy they are not talent what they are is a brain talk about her highway revenue repairs Hilton just dark haired girl with the olive skin a CO incorporate a little portion of their personal lives and make entertaining like like the reality TV shows where we get the peek in everybody came to Hollywood when people move from different parts of the country and they come to Hollywood or whatever I write these people already dare Arabia's people that are from there right how you doing I'm GonNa tell you something the girl told me one time we'll tell you some sugar and told me what's happened with all of our remember back in college it's like about what life is like would you say he's right he's no you're not but it's not just watching them ball out is also them being able round with Prince Harry's t shirt on WHO's saying is like their lives like think about this if you were getting paid to live a glamorous life this before the whole wheat crazy crazy right it sounds like you you got good hair what they are so let's get back to the question now is it aside I absolutely think it's to sign the objectify in how dad put money into account the kind gay gay good she could profit off her body Kai asset maybe Kim we'll tone it down a little bit as you talk about Cam she has she can't go to like in our own little internal dysfunction but I think if I'd say it's like you're not you're you know it's like if you could ball out every single day I think about that necessarily want to be the one to do it I'll rather put the people in the room is going to help you be the best you in se owl needed to orchestrate a show one control and I'm not that type of dude but that's who would pnb rock and what's the name the songs Cau- nasty joint right SABA elicited joint and the question came in Super People's personal lives but they're not doing the Kardashians doing the man not to like another popular show was fucking Jersey Shore Kadarshian roots kids of Beverly Hills and will you moved up there has some somebody from outside you moved up there hanging with these people remade tomorrow or develop it turned out I say let's go ahead develop us she's a business woman but there's plenty of business people somebody but Canada is only one of those Kardashian all of them fucking booming I think they have a talent of extra ship over yeah I think so too I mean I do too a mystery three I'm leaving it at that I see I predict Kim and my do we want our women or ladies do you want your man to come already ask foot or do you want to develop that incident person I'm GonNa let go woman as you talk about Kim right you mentioned how one of the things that catapulted into superstar Status Ver Hillary Kim Kardashian these are the same people audit did was shocked talk about where they're gonna go to brunch whatever you seen I in certain publications if she didn't have access to before that's period thing about then they do a vanity fair yeah that's a big joint from that area they had TV shows TV shows like Matt Oh two one oh france-presse ballet so something when you look at his TV shows or whatever fresh price or whatever look at what is different Oh you believe I will be doing jumped the gun I oh my God God and he would get up is I think revenue now I think I not really I don't think they do I think talent look the town oh yeah wasn't josh way he went with less go in dog we end up playing a game show like not squares let's go operate the lifestyle they fashioned all into this this show their food females was supporting her but you gotta ask yourself within don't when it wasn't our God yo glimpse of what Hollywood kids like when I mean like kids of stars kids of like people that are high profile no not just their father when I'm just free you know what I'm saying like in between between but now you WANNA throw see you see you see in the access act his roles applebee's what meet the real people to meet after the difference meet the Real People Hillary banks now I don't know I'm saying I'm GonNa say I'm GonNa say Nasty Nasty already yeah I know if I had so ready I want you to be nasty I want to be nasty to me I WANNA go ooh I want to look hey what's the lady in bed that's what's the question can you repeat the question with the fat but the point say she's a Hollywood she's a Hollywood lead and then I ask got big over the years facto and then she started like incorporate like they both super pros let's say that you encounter will who's Nastier than you probably woods ever really virology whatever just being super viral with the state so the question comes up so I was watching I caught the drama taking the same day yelled hit who would you go do a a me it was nasty how how do you respond to that when we I thought this thing let's go let's go with us say hey look the chew I must say nasty right right I said I'm in between but Alibaba does she was on his throughout a disclaimer got to meet my experts say here reasonable say he does not let me let me let me flip how I wanna be shot I wanna be old don yee coming to an end and the next year I hate I hate to do that for marriage saw how about how about we do this I have what we need in Seattle I remember seeing what's actually out on the we've house I yo- sue over like we should they start go I might do that this is what I do I would do old snazzy Shit uh-huh but you look your fingers like that's what I wanna be disgusted and intrigue at the same time so it becomes a mystery as I who from Hollywood that's the these are the people that Boorda Najeeb there from Los Angeles from Hollywood from Malibu I liked it I'm not gonNa say we say me I feel like I'm too old to be to try to train somebody up ACA around I asked you would you would you say Nasty Guy told Ya se I've said pity not playing with Shit we not playing with my asshole so as long as we respect those rules I'm game on what you got females felt a little self conscious about doing certain things because they've been judging the pass yeah but I mean I'm just saying we're GONNA be judges want that feeling that is funny ship that's real yeah I aspire to gets applebee's I'm Kinda like ooh that was nasty let's do it again I that's my that's like I feel like bad fight that you would take right you will enjoy the you question the person like you're where you get a woman being afraid to show that side they like they were looking for me to to gateway him what's a woman to come already next what is the Mike Daniels would you be I which have you ever been mad at a female the time but other says that look you let this person performing this act on you right is new to you right and you enjoyed it right br now you like maybe some men make you feel like I'm looking for this goody goody two shoes but you do not have to just two thousand nineteen by over thirty and like it and they'd be like yeah well fuck shit from like some shit like that whatever I I don't like I said but if it was like something bad is like Yo you like this like Yo you know what I'm saying but if you if it's like in the beginning Oh yeah I haven't really turned it up a notch or whatever then it's like okay want to criticize this person for something that you partake thin it's a lot of the focus is dude like and I'm sure you have experienced a wind I think that's all that's all US saying my mentality is do what you do you know what I'm saying like I'm not police nine do what you do whatever you feel to me I just think to me it's all experienced somebody made them feel like wherever they just did to you they feel like they come late bill I'm just saying if if the person Phil about waiting for the bag of tricks like having rationed out our really trip off that like you just said like you feel like you say if she yeah that's me I'm like that would kill Nan now I'm good on that that's a little too insecure only dealt with I've only dealt with what you got like I want I want I want I really want that'd be like you never see some shit as as a kid boy you know what I mean like it's all just go for whatever's your thing go for right ladies please stop trying to present the good girl image like I understand like like date back so here's the thing I'm saying do when you're comfortable to do it right doing when you comfortable but we're already you get that activity from now why would be like I want to actually question you know people that do shit like that people do shit like that as like I think understand why you hold them back or whatever the case may be but that's why for me it's about conversation I think like a lot of that she's I gotTa really talk you can't just you can't just sexy away yea I don't I don't disagree with you but I'm GonNa flip this on his hate a little bit you can I don't think I don't think it's not a situation where you can I think you can what I'm saying is with me exactly did it becomes conditional on that level now I I wanted to do it somebody told me that in the sense that as like she says the ultimate pleasure for like Joe is a way we have an iphone stop holding them back I stop feeling like I can't let it all out already says she wanted to have a threesome what another do fox listen is great the desert twist but this is where we end spill you denying that sexual pleasure one denying it you know and in a relationship no because short shit uh she can write like the thing about it is this right if you were sitting there mature lady and you like listen like what are your fantasies what did checking for young saying they make it happen anyway they possibly can general so what I'm saying is she can express it doesn't necessarily mean are you going to our disclaimer as the Ashli to keep back around say come back I answered Jennifer you can't do it again like I don't even different I'm just saying for me I'm disabled I'm the same way you know what I'm saying same way just `simple USA you might load up on the same play definitely we're we're not bad with you point we try and shit like really explore and but that but that's held out for an extended period time dentist Asti because I find that it's it's very difficult to develop a because a lot of the nastiness is imagination it's not always about just knowing what to do about imagining and then trying to make that your reality you might experience certain things that make you say yeah I want to keep going dad up for me so I became when things like oh I wanted to at some point but I'm not saying I'm not really checking for with some people I know and his heart and make somebody comfortable enough to be too will be willing to express something that day are somewhat bashful about EMC I don't think it's always something that is is just something that I think if your imagination aim there and your willingness to execute is hard to develop that cool which you now you WanNa know like looking at her like Yo you out here doing this shit like Blah Blah Blah you judge for the joint or whatever that you liked we'll put another category like the way I think for me I I agree with you is a Barbie doll I think the point that I'm making here and it's not to talk about out of her bag of tricks have been now if only I would be tight if you now if I go now but it's never been like that's a little too much we cancelled you gotta talk your way into shit the fuck fuck pause what if six to women okay clarify that but then when I got into technical operational side of it all going to question eight look I don't know man come ready even today that's what you'll hear to right I'm just saying like this Ju can be in a relationship right and request the net from your guide I don't know if that's what I'm saying what I'm saying you can have a woman that I actually know a woman who told me the only way they could do this if they meet somebody's beyond their threshold so what I'm saying because Dan they'll feel like anything I do wouldn't even it wouldn't even ring a bell woulda some things that when you think about turning on and shit like that she expressed a desk something she think would be like a turn on light in respect like this the double question and no respect you ending the relationship period or are you wouldn't trigger it'll just look I'm one of the same that you said that person has the imagination that machination his deal if you are thinking of how to challenge these nine eight my twists its twist is like you said earlier she says she wanted to some some some some but play paws and you'd be like now I'm good on that right like she actually wanted to have a threesome what to do in my first Clayton for five and say Dan you're what sorry told me somebody told me that I'm doing it and wanted to actually do it enduring are two different things right so you can express an ideas and then I just sit did it'd be I'd be clear there was a time where I wanted threesome right full out call by pause I wanted I wanted to see what that felt like I wanted experienced indeed from operational sense that there's something she really do naturally comes through and say I want us to do this then as different situation now she says she won't do that you're each other in the bedroom and keep it exciting yeah you'll have nothing to worry about because she may fill dam bismuth really experienced but she's like accepted makes it hard for me but that's just Mito but I mean so I just feel like it's all good I want her to come in I like it but we argued in says that like Yo you guys can have two girls Blah Blah Blah Blah but I just think like personally I'm like this it from because to me is like it's kind of like this is good I don't know what I'm saying no no on on on a sense that like Yo you can't say you ain't thinking about that yeah she deserved to get a rampage see paying bills on the most of you listening to the challenge and she's trying to one up you I feel like that's going to be a long lasting relationship very true very very very very true should you give your ex closure after you've already moved on of her closure if she comes back after you move on who fill like bullshit APP done that I did has some effect on this woman and she can move on to have healthy relationships so I would say most definitely provide some type of closure but is but I had to part ways right you move on I always easy 'cause you may not be in a position where you communicate so you gotta go out of your way to like even takers responsible things like up I've had the feeling of like damn I'm not in to this woman anymore bring that up it's good I think is good for you to be like who got that off my conscious I can move on short he can move on all right this joint Wait wait a minute wait first of all like you didn't just sure doesn't sound maybe she was really freaky girl gotta read happen why our together right do you feel the need to call this person to address that issue ah she'd like she probably needs answers and I wanted to have like a fool long confession in half provide some type of closure so point I'm just saying is about closure the point I just said the question wasn't like she gave you closer you moved on it said you figured a way to me and is this is this is like this right we move on we move on is like we're all adults in this situation or whatever right the point is like so we get into bunk okay you broke out with somebody and and you find out a piece of information about something that speaking of closure right you'll broken up with somebody we come to you because you answer this closure thatch if I'm telling you you crazy you crazy so my I'm not gas lighting Shit so is like what closure von Luger without closure right you you could just say building need to go back like you know what he wasn't crazy I was green did you just say I said I hope starting health Shari's because because she going eat therapy not giving closure fuck no for what the relationship was ended whether it's me enter you ending the situation fuck that I don't all you shit but you know what I'm saying which we dose but what I met at that so look we I mentioned it is like I was like now I'm and let's say you're really together do you feel do you feel like you should call her and address that issue should use fucking with the person anywhere Eh but my point I'm saying it's like Oh this point is like what does it matter what does it matter because if you if you get the asser you look for whatever you're not going to be but if you to share words and come to that decision amicably or just from a civil perspective like you say you say T- a woman right if got into a no words right maybe maybe just a shower match whatever whatever core back is what I'm saying whether you respect on that respect there it doesn't matter because she moved out so my point is why the fuck give somebody closure wait like a violation you find a violation that has already moved on yeah you guys a broken up you're no longer together right because now this dirty together with you playing games because it's possibly what the point I'm just saying it's possible she was fucking my head up to know about you we're talking about you say yeah from that moment on anything you do is a decision that is resting on whatever do desire is woman a listen this is over or she come to you and say you know what this is over and you can have a conversation no dialogue in that moment walkaway peacefully this is a piece of information right yeah that that you want to hear your ex you access perspective on black what really happens you just find out information you guys are not Komo understanding piece of whenever something happens I always come back to from opposition is like this right I think circumstantial is how ya ended she wanted to know what the point to say this I hope you got health because you get an ether because you have to go to therapy to get that closure because you ain't GonNa get it from me because my point I'm just saying not you're not obligated to do anything right so the question says should don't should is not there it's more like you have the option job in terms of relationships he was like relationship show is be win win shouldn't be lose win collaboration yeah or whatever right bro you wasn't there was not dave about that so if you decide to take you have a responsibility though to to own a net right but there's sometimes like everything that can be said about any particular situation has been said anything more than that it's as you cycling spinning your wheels on the sales or specific instances situations or circumstances but it doesn't change the overall or overarching theme what we're doing right now so we entertainment feelings it doesn't fucking matter to you ladies and gentlemen I want you to understand this is the man who told me told me something I still hold on to this day which is everybody's selfish so that's why you hear what you're here for me right to adopt his philosophy at towns at least I come to any follow up conversation in my opinion is only a rehashing getting into the subtle nuances of what we've already discussed on a higher level so for me you want to close that issue would want to close that issue will want to hear Shari's perspective of what happened is what condition led to her doing what she did right like it's optional do you WanNa take that energy do you WanNa revisit that do you want to delve into that or not and if you don't have the time that we ended right we understand why we India we understand the fact is that contributed to this ending we discuss those things to some degree now so you think about it like in your interactions always be win win it doesn't mean I want something over you but why why can't we both win in this situation

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Gab & Juls: PSG's Messi Maneuver

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Gab & Juls: PSG's Messi Maneuver

"In the cold and frosty thursday morning in london. I'm gabonese jordan. it's the gavin jewish. Oh we have a lot to get into including people that knew the misbehaving in the magic of the fa cup tie between spurs but. Let's start at the top because let's start with barcelona beaten last night by your two nil. It's only the first leg. They can still fix it man at me and i. I don't like to a person because what happened before. But i'm finding it increasingly difficult to dislike them a bit of a desire. Come on the back. it's not just let let's bring rod revised because he he's across all this yes It's not just not right. That's wrong with barcelona. Yes indeed above the whole fame right now. The moment by the thing is that everyone in spain is like. Everyone thinks that he's a retired player. He was so selfish before going to the world that he didn't get injured to try to face. These need but everyone is talking about. Not about the midfield in mostly by the defense. Let me help you. Francis won two world cups. One of them. We're not in catalonia. Have one exactly zero zero show. Let me move on to this. Oh because this is the real story at the top which. I think is hilarious when you wanted to kind of distract from bad things you bring in other stories right. It's the oldest trick in the world. Show i'm going to reconstruct as quickly. You guys put the context. France football the venerable magazine in france. They put out the story and on the front page to put a massive courses out of contract in the summer sea. Put him in a perry. Sandra manche shirt indeed. This creates a very angry reaction from the barcelona media yet. I first of all to story today have any new revelation or was it just like a case. Study on how it might happen. Yeah exactly it was. A case of name is pushing trying to convince macy to come to paris pushing the club then the curve is trying to figure out a way financially of signing macy and make it work and so everything that we've already all written there wrote baggers. The front page was more provocative in the sense because he has a psg show with the photo montage and anything. Okay now raji i. Maybe it's also the fact that france football gives out the baladora so people think that it's perhaps a far more important and prestigious publication than it really is but roy. What is their reaction in in catalonia. One when they see that this magazine that gives out the door often. Too messy put the picture of messi a power centers your shirt. I bet they took it very well. Well they are angry angry. And they're fed up with france presse general mostly with pse because the strategy appears he's completely opposite them for example because they think it is interested this sale online. And they're saying nothing instead appears busy saying their name are speaking out about messy marines is about missy. Protein is talking about messy. Leonardo speaking about now depressed around. Psg speaking messy. So that's why buffalo is up an angry. I mean they're right now. Bs you i mean come on. Come on. Give me a break put. News is the question is is is a is an argentine himself on it was. He's been quite cautious and careful about know messy right not place for another club etc strip is not ask. The question sexual grow is not asked a question because you never plays was unhappy. Maria known operators are the question. Of course we would like to play with him. He would be great leonardo. He's asked the question because you actually gives into electrical gary stein. And that's what they're saying. What are they going to answer. No no we don't want any soclean rodrigues rubbish. He's the i remember you. The neymar said the next year. He has to play with messy. And i remember you said last week that they are very close to play with. Messy is different than saying that They won miss it to be a be as they did it for sure. For next season well did. Maria is out of contract in the summer. So if he wants to find somebody giving new contract but What i find interesting in that just as a as a neutral party in this is that somebody put out a picture of fifty five front pages off the name out in barcelona colors being linked back in the the two main catalan papers. Part in moon. deportivo They did it with fourteen years. Well you're going to do this whole idea. I mean this is a new. This is not just raw madrid to another big clubs have done for a long time. Rodri- right part of the game. Yeah sure sure. That's why for example in madrid. Birth late say okay. Now you're complaining about pse around the making the same you know with all the pays for the bus For three years. So i mean that's why imagery something really funny with barsa scores and then we're not kumon goes this was. What did you do last summer. You talked about memphis every single day when you you were dreaming about memphis. The by you were a breakfast. Took him menu. We're talking about memphis. Come on rudy garcia. Do you have to look to main system that say movements last summer these year as well. But they're making the district more more secondly on the way you make an instructor you completely. I mean like okay. We're going to say to all the world of missy wants to come to be as you okay. Well women months. That's why for example barsha east complaining about piano complaining on mon citizen strategy. This is a bit different because messy is out of contracts. He's on the market right now. He's a market so whether it's manchester city. Parsons centre man. They don't need to speak to barcelona to get messy only people who've speech messy and dad right so maybe pep guardiola zooming with esi every day. We don't know nobody talks about it right. I mean this is the difference that we're talking about here right rodri- yeah sure i mean. I'm pretty sure he's speaking to liam issue for the bus two years to try to convince him to go to mossy. I'm pretty sure about that. But the thing is that all the thing says complaining about is the public the public scenario about macy amber single week for the past two months but instead of just shut up and completely working in silence like we all kind of laughed at this demented reaction from the catalan media. That's offense and blah blah blah. I barcelona as a club. Though they they've had the good graces of not really saying anything how they reaction institutional. Yeah well you're on a porta who's who's nothing right now. Not as a candidate for the presidency has said it's despite food back in january. We had one on koa news back in january. But i'm saying a reaction to this headline right. No no kumin saying all again they talk about it and what we mentioned earlier. I'm not sure we're in the best position to give lessons to people after wavy with memphis the union as you said would he reminded everyone onto the saying. I'm sorry but you know we're not. He's not really well placed to talk about this when he did followers with memphis department memphis and lackland messy was not on the market torn. It was still had a year on his contract. Right now can sign a pre contract with everybody wants. Psg man city inter miami. Whoever he wants so he's a very different context back in the summer for kumon to memphis the memphis dubai. Oh yeah. I'd also like rodney. Let's be fair defy thing gills bent out of shape. Cfs equally given that. There was a global pandemic and given the memphis. Depa contract was expiring. Somebody shows up gives you some money and takes memphis to pie away. Leon would have been happy right. Yeah base more. The fact that kumon every day talked about the pie and don't talk. That is a good point rajaie. We don't know what's going to happen i'd like my own view is that i think i think it messy gets a move. He's going to have to take an enormous enormous because despite what people say. Oh the petrodollars blah blah blah. It's really really difficult for price. I for manchester city to afford him. I wanna throw something out there. Because i believe in the romantic solution. Do you think there is any chance. I don't know some might say. The magic solution is him staying at the company no. I wouldn't be surprised if that happens. We'll get to that scenario any love at all for for my scenario which is which is a two part. It's the one with where human crisanto pay together. No yes you. Cristiano cancels the last year of his contract. Increase channel play together at the end of their careers. Which i think would be cool. No and the other one where he goes back to newell's old boys maybe be elsa comes to make any sense because we're not professional footballers raw but if you everything that he's achieve everything because jonah's achieved that sense at the end is like. Hey man what. If i go back home and i do it there and maybe i do it for free or furloughed for not a lot of money being stupid bringing up but tomica won't bring it up again. Well i mean there's no something stephen kiss a messy always said the you know about the desire for him to go back to argentina but i find it very very difficult in terms the before that he has to say maybe in barcelona g or city then moving to molested the usa. Because he's he. These is something that he really wants to be announced that he would go back to indiana. I mean i don't really see because a sport in terms and mostly personal terms. I don't see any family going back to. Argentina is really secure for them so that i is really something romancing. It'd be great him. But i don't really see it is your. You're so basically social. Maybe it's too soon in his career as well because he is thirty three years old. You can you imagine if he so this. I think he's still. They can probably pay in europe. That's why you would want to stay here right. If you feel that you can still. I think the highest it's fine. Let me plug my own piece on on the website about as a up about the fact that there's so many old players scoring a ton of goals no no actually. It's not funny. No actually they don't play. They're actually six of the of the top. Ten in spain actually happened to be in their thirties. Including my management morales guardian got injured. Maybe he'd be top of the league in terms of in england. You know he's thirty four years old so soon. So don't don't you joaquin all these guys anyway The sense though is that pay. Pipe your man or manchester city. But rodri- i get the feeling i mean for me i still think the most logical saying is if i really messy. What i would do is i would go to. The three guys are running for president laporta font and the one whose name i can never remember. Who's not gonna win anyway And i would say listen. I control the future. You guys are up spit creek without a paddle. i'm willing to get. I'm willing to take a pay cut. If he stays has to take a course take a big pay cut. I'm willing to unofficially back you. I want this this. And that. I do it for the good of barscelona and so on and i would try to cut a deal with. The three newcomer was the district candidates. And surely any one of these guys would say. Okay leo. yeah because you taking fifty percent pay-cut would you need to make you look good and it would make us look good. He's in this. The most logical scenario rather than lionel messi getting up going to paris where he plays against a bunch of noma back most weeks or going to manchester city such as the weather. It's you go to city team. That's already working there outstanding without you. What are you gonna do right. Isn't this the most logical thing rodrigue. Even be a boss right now. He's struggling with money. I mean economic ali susan financing issues. In if i'm if i were important would just go into the next person barsha. I would say okay if i get. Loomis stay hair. I mean how much would it cost for barsa. It would be very very expensive. And i agree that bertha could get any credit line. You know in the in the next month but it would be really really tough for them. Because i mean they are in a season which is a colt transition season. So you're gonna make mri to stay. We just going to be like this in terms of financial. No but this is a thing. It won't be why it won't be. It won't be because again. Maybe i'm being romantic here right. I see no reason my lena messy having one hundred and thirty million one hundred twenty million a year for the last four years. He does not seem to be somebody who's particularly motivated by money. Incidentally not a lot of playing around messy look at his clothes. Looks like he buys them. Online You know he could easily go for his own image for his own. Legacy of the future he says. Hey sean if he's going to be the next president say i'm going to sign a new contract for ten million a year. I'm going to take a ninety percent. Pay-cut okay now we're automatically savings. That's a bit generous. That's you know what we're putting a value on one season two seasons of this in exchange for something that is much more valuable in exchange or something that allows him to help name. The new manager keeps him influence over the club. Cements is legacy at the club in a bigger way. And that's going to be much more valuable. Even purely economic turns let alone emotional terms. That's going to be much more valuable for messi in the future going forward then going to pakistan by the way we all agree. He's going to take a pay cut for the money's on now anyway manchester city. Same thing but i don't see you've got because i mean he wants to win autistic trophy before retiring. So if you even if you played for free for barsha dea think barsha is getting a tried to to make something interesting for messy to try to win a new champions league trophy before he retires. I mean it's impossible even his taste for free bars. The has to sell some players so he's now going to be strong bars anymore. That's listening in the next three years. That's a point and he could move just to another club s. Psg might say come out and say anybody can do what they want right. Anybody can do whatever they want. Maybe i'm deluded here. But after twenty years at this club if you winning one more champions league title is more important to you then the survival and the wellbeing of your club and i kind of say leaves to surviving. They've actually welker told what messy believes. I keep getting told what messy but don't mix very selfish missy. Asthma sustain ian missing husband. Sustaining marsa in the past five years i mean that's why mrs gonna say okay y- an ngo for i mean because you know five years since the last time we won the last typically trophy. I mean it's all about messy messy messy trained to take barsha on his back. I mean all all the way and you know he's gonna do you like the year another year another you own on. On without the big project he wants and he serves. He's had the big project. I mean he had got y'all for five years these odd. What is i do have been more difficult than anything. Maybe joining us. More cynic might. He goes to molest to inter miami wins. We've david with phil neville will will. He doesn't need a manager. Anyway can win it by himself. Then you will go. Better scenario would be replaced by tracey neville midseason and then the mets and tracey neville with concacaf. Champions league right uh-huh then. He goes to new as boys. He window capacity about the race so he become the first player ever to win. All the champions. The on okay. He has a morning asia limit. What about you can go to aspirants win. I'll highly they can k- rove does what he resorted trump. Why do you have against like if you want to see the clip walkup with another club in barcelona. And then then he's got. That is the good forever. I don't know if you're saying this to mock me but yeah these would all let me put it this. These be much cooler more interesting things to do than to join paris by the way. Let's be real. It's the only way you're joining your man if you neymar aren't there. There's no way the number stack up. We don't know we. We do know they can try or going to manchester city. Who frankly the way. They're going maybe go. she should go sets. You should go tomasi. Because i mean he's something that he really likes to to be cultured by are once again. I mean mossy easiest way. You can't understand that maybe be was to go in. This team is playing great with a grant manager not having run on cooman and playing with with mingo and junior fear po every weekend. Let's show some love to the team. That beat barcelona. Because i touched upon this before i sold on severa and whatever but most weeks they play really really well too. I know you just want to talk about joel coon day. But if you much more severe than that me too. Yeah yeah true as monty you know. He's sporting director. Who is the best guy in the william. Stop you having monte work. Close munchies also made a ton of mistakes. I don't think it's just i think you have to. You have to give credit to julian. Lopez taghi and to the players were there as well. He's a he's a nice coach for me. Is the main the main. Why he's all the base of seville he's not the main guy for me is monte which is the one that try to fix everything with the players trying to make some things improve with simone. Civic is is kind of a biggest biggest is kind of stopped born with some things That's why won't you for me is the is the base monte nervous angle for me. Those three guys of the three guys. I'll making severe one of the top. Ten teams will by the way. They're doing this daca teach. I know lobby last night. All right but i just kind of dragging them down to the bottom. And whose idea was it to bring back. That was an no he brackets idea. What was going away wreckage. This was offered himself for the pasta. Used a multi okay. I wouldn't go by because my wife is from sevilla. She's kind of tell you the barcelona. please let me go. Go play for nevada then. Okay yeah finally motorcycle gay. But i don't have any mark record. This could be great if he makes pay-cut qui- high and rugged did so that's why he went back. I mean this is not the base. Transfer goal is not necessary for in terms of experience when when was the last time the two best teams in spain where neither boscell and our madrids like it is. because that's a good question are we. We agree at these one of the top two teams and to say that it's avia hundred percent. I haven't yet from a year and kuhn day as the best defender in league this season. Yeah i agree. I agree you know. And even even more for me is the best defender in the world. At the moment in the world everyone was talking about the was last season. I say cooney is the best one nor bill o. carlos please day traded look on ankle name. i mean he's proven that margin twenty two and he's playing at that level right now. I'm gonna leave you with this robbery and you can tell me. Yes or no right. We talked about leonel messi being out of contract. And where can you go. And whatever he wants nature romantic in me. How awesome would it be. If next year in the champion's league wish potato. He wound they cut through a lot of money and they get said he owed almost comes home to the place where it all started and he wins. The champions via it will be great knob going to happen and audrey thank you so much. Thank you to you us. We often mark the ethic. I often mock you do not. Because i don't like the competition because snobby about it but because of the way people lay it on so thick. Oh the magic. And the cop. And i i the way like some lower division team or some non league team goes and plays and the only way they can present it. It's like oh. Look joe bloggs who who was on the bench. Seven years ago when tranmere lost to the nostalgia of going this big upset from twenty years. I like it when there's a big upset. I like it when there's a reporting roaring game i don't like all this laying it all and say whatever. I don't like the fact that it's interferes with my primarily weekend. I don't like it once. It advances though they take it out of the weekend and then they put it in mid week. A certainly this season they have. But all that said We had a tremendous effect upcoming. You knew it was going to be decent storyline because it was joe san marino against on Frenemies i i remember when i came to to italy. He started taking potshots at carlow trying to wind him up and karla was just like quickly quickly they understood there is no point and then they became became friends and rivals. Indiana was a tremendous game. Five four tremendous mistakes. but that's what makes it. You know seesawing you enjoy that very much talking football really like you said gonna talking from spurs say right from a hard time. He goes out. There released harry k on the bench. Because you're paying city at the weekend. He's one hundred percent fine but kane came on and scored yet. But now lucas more a la berg vine sawn to front four plus ballet. Yeah they went. Dr d who des moines. I watch them. I say you really right back you more of a back or whatever really high. Yeah i think it's not often you for goes away from even in even in the cup ashamed school forest to lose indiana and certainly. They won't be happy with the defending the five goals conceded and it could have been more could ask more probably as well. It was just a and to win game and other new jersey saying look i can also play without parking the burst and i can also try to play more expensive even with hurricane or after that game and the five goes considering. Maybe using generates good idea. Maybe let's go back to what he wanted to show. This doesn't work exactly. Yeah look. I can try but no. He's not my really. But why everton where brilliant i think. We need to talk about a little bit because he was not really encourage plans to dissolve this season on the bench. You know and. I think he's still isn't one everybody's say spent. Yeah but he's played really well when when called upon when you know there's a hat trick of assist in that game yesterday which was brilliant. The one on the ban is a fantastic little thing with his left foot tremendous tremendous and i think i like the fact that carlos till manage as he's always doing because he's still good as my management to keep focused even when he was not playing and then once he brought him into play where they should be deeper or higher up on the pitch often secrets and delivers. So i thought that was very positive as went to seem in kind of what you liked at the end. Was carlo with his cup of coffee. the coolest celebration you would ever seen from the manager. I mean we know the college the kudos you agree i think for night out yeah. There's nobody there's nobody better marino vs on a good mood. You'd have a night out with him. That'd be all right but yeah other than that if you want to have like an actual night out fun yeah people you want to talk football with roy. Sure but you know that. There's no there's no question about you want you wanna give us some seen. It is so he's four. Four is an extra time. It looks freezing. Goodson park and trust me. I was in liverpool on sunday and it was the afternoon and it was already freezing so i can just imagine on wednesday night late goodison. Park and not has is really boiling. Teen is hand. You could save them. Ben our scores and everybody goes on the bench and you just go on his team because he's too hot to drink but then it warms his hand up and you can't really celebrate as the team the boarding team. He's on his like a superhero in movie. You everything expose. I think ultimately using element wasn't the vibe wanted to give but the way i read it. He's like been there done. Nobody in the history of the game is one more champions league titles. So let's just you've been there before that's exactly gaba. Where'd you can. you can take. What call it can take them disease. I mean they seventh with two games in hand gengo thirty if they win those two games one of them being against much city so i'm not sure of ourselves and then they would have the biggest live coming up liverpool team in crisis. Could maybe finally be a win for everton in in the in the motorcycle. Rv where they make great progress already. Clearly i mean the when they when he took over and i saw the movie made in the summer. Is you know. I was skeptical and got stick. I mean not. Because i'm skeptical about carlos. Obviously but because you know allen was coming off the poor season mcrae player but you know anytime injuries and he'd had his issues and of course he's injured again. I really like to do korea. Signed hamas we have no idea how much he's actually costing wages and whatever and and also guy who highly played the last year right so I looked at it. And i thought maybe we'll who's to reserve striker dominant calvert. Something happens to him. Tocine wasn't gonna going home about him. And i also had an issue longer term. What are you going to do because you've got these older players there. But i think carlo worked his part where you know this could spirit and the squad he lets players express themselves. Put them in situations where They can make their talent be be the difference and you saw the impact and alan when he was fit. Yeah how did that field. And i think that's really been the driving force along with obviously the development of calvert lewin Michael keane is a better defender. I think today than than he's improved the law. that's already. He's only been a year and two months arrived in december last year. So i think it's i mean people have different personalities. Right different ways of working. I struggle to think of two people who are more different on paper thin carlo and big duncan ferguson. Now for those who. Don't know duncan ferguson. Is this cult figure in scottish football handed everton and newcastle of course as well who do the anecdote about him because he's like eight feet tall by a strike. He's a legitimately tough guy yet and there's a story about the sort of burglars breaking into his house. And duncan ferguson. on his own subdues. Both of them calls. The police fixes himself a drink while doing something like exactly and it's a true story like honestly i would take in a street fight. I would take duncan ferguson. Probably over any footballer. I've seen in the last thirty years and that includes roy keane by. Yeah yeah but very very different but carlo makes it work because cardinal makes it with everyone with everybody right every Every profile on everything. I think the gap in resources and i think financial fair play will return at some point. They're going to have to make some big choices. I know there's a new stadium but who knows when that's going to be ready. Who knows when that's going to be producing serious money. So in terms of the club automatically plus carlos not getting any younger. He's going to be sixty one this year. But in the immediate if the idea was to bring some luster back. Some sense of what this team can do make players better. I think it's he's been he's been resigning success. I agree with you completely. I think top six finish will be fantastic already. In terms of improvement in terms of moving forward. You could see that you could see that you actually improving and and going forward is positive and i think i think working even longer with us this player assuming they don't lose l. cover lou in for example or they don't lose it in the summer can keep all those big assets that they have. I'm sure we can even take them a bit higher. I'm not sure if they can break the top four. Because as you said i think the gap still and i'm not sure they'll be able to spend twenty million every summer like the half of the last two summers. There won't be able so. I'm this players. I think a lot of guys are a little bit older as well. Yeah that was always kind of the trade off. Is carlos here because you want to be here. He wants to try something different. Try to build something rather than going to squad. it's already there and challenging for the title. That's great but you gotta push the kids. And when i saw those signings i'm like well. You're not really pushing the kids. I know they have some young players. You know come through the academy there and stuff But you know so far so good. And but you mentioned you mentioned secrets in before That's a good example. What he does. he's a player. Who can do certain things really really well and other things not so well and he put cigarettes in a position. Where on paper. It's difficult for team to carry cigarettes and hamas right. That's why they haven't played together that often everybody's wouldn't both be playing but you can see in a game like last night. Where okay we'll spurs are gonna play that front four. That means there's going to be less people in midfield that means i can put cigarettes in in those situations where you can hurt you transition and make his passing really hurt you. I suppose Got city this this weekend more heartache. Or i don't know if. I find it hard to see where they can. I don't think they can reproduce. Now what the deal in the in the first game in london when they want to nearly remember. We like twenty of the board shorts on target. I think he's completely different. Manchester decide side. A a very different tottenham side as well of course sonnen cane can can score. Anyone can quit your trouble against anyone. I just think the momentum that city right now compared to spurs momentum which is non existent. I find hard to to find a way from marina to go there and win. Maybe they can draw if the defending really well. I don't even think right now. The defense anyway. There was a time this season where the defending world because they were defending so deep and oregon. Sissoko where we're really strong in front of the for. I'm not sure your back is strong anymore. It looks tired to me. You hoiberg himself into the ground a little bit. But i asked you about bella as well because we saw him playing deeper in this game what. What was the thinking there. There's a couple of games now way. He played deeper. And i guess in terms of broadway tension and make sense but then you lose him so much in the final lose the driving force and creating because he's got between the midfield and the attack which isn't great which is not what you want and certainly as merchandise physically to last ninety minutes or so. I don't think that in a different position. He can fight and run and recovered the ball and play forward for ninety minutes. I just don't think he's got the stamina. So i find it hard to understand really. Why why deb. Maybe it's because so. We know criticize marina after the game. I don't think they like that. Benched him and i and i don't i don't think he's good enough. And and so. Maybe and be is the only option. You have said bag if you don't play so and you don't really trust wings to be the case Final point on gareth. Bale of because it's not news. You make a ton of money. He's there he's not playing. Whatever marino rarely says things in public that are accidental. Right there's usually appoint to it. He explained that gareth. Bale said he didn't feel great and said. Ub gail bail wanted to scan. He's a big difference between saying bales wasn't fit right. You expose him to what he says he kind of laying the groundwork for like packing them up and sending them back to Surely because otherwise what would you say. What would you say the truth. What would you say. This is what has said and clearly the way you saying you don't think he's true. It's an odd thing to say though now in early february when you know you can't get rid of the guy for another format. Yeah so are you. Are you appealing to his pride. I don't know but the surely by shaming him nights or trying to shame him. I don't think. I don't think our has been very much phase anyway. Because was there was the comment that you made after the After the game against gypsy when alexander. A former colleague from espn said to him. Can you bring belan. And he goes good question but you don't deserve the answer. What kind of answer is that with the camera from map. It the training when he says today what would you want. You want to go back to madrid and never play again and again. Why why this out. Why did you talk to him. Like this and okay. Maybe maybe she was really believed. Nice disappointed that bail has never really hit the ground running properly. And maybe doesn't think that bail makes the effort there could be reasons patches for me the way. He's managing the situation in managing guy with various sarong many respects. It certainly aride enough of that. How about some quits instead. Go up in debt and you've enter strong nil-nil in their company. Tanya return leg in advance of the final two one on aggregate jewels. Did they deserve it. You might disagree over the two legs and especially the second leg where. I never really thought that you played. I really thought they were there to defend to one lead. And maybe that's why you do. And maybe lewiston the be into maxell agree again as we mentioned after the weekend. We were all taken us a compliment. You do. That's not really why you signed signed for originally bagasse. You have to evolve a young manager. I just think it was author into the better side. In in a second leg they could easily have won and qualified. I can see the frustration on kanteh's and the players is facing and good for you if they're going to win the talionis spirit first trophy in his first season. Good for them. Just didn't really convinced by what's happening. I remember problems with me. Changes around at this stage in the second semifinal though it is a bit of a concern over the the three games they played against into the to games on the league in debt. I thought pretty much dominating so also sees incident in again between antonio conte and you ventures executive andrea nearly as well during the match. What will happen there all right. So here's a little bit like that. Classic japanese tale rash. Amman were different. People give different version. But he's really concerned about what we know for sure is that there was a back and forth continually going on between antonio and he said patchy venice's defacto sporting director andrea. Nearly the president at one point. I at some point antonio day. When he's going into the tunnel he gives the middle finger salute. He also said some said bad word and i still can't figure out way it's hard to imagine that you could see it that it's i think it might have been poorly and dialect. There's whatever i don't want to get it just different versions of it. I'm like that's not that bad that you can't actually print whatever Hanley especially did that to me is the biggest concern because he didn't take it well. He sort of stormed onto stan shouting at them Totally out of control. Look part of me. Says i love the wwe aspect of this. I don't necessarily find either character particularly likable. But you haven't institutional role if we're allies and i'm going to hold a team president who is also a member of the executive committee who is also the head of the european clubs association. I'm sorry i'm gonna hold them to a higher standard than antonio who is basically an a controlled saudi. We know as you know. That's what he does I'm so let themselves down. There may be an investigation. News is whole cloak and dagger stuff with tv. Pictures tv evidence. What do they actually say. Honestly they should both come out. You should both apologize public to italian football as a whole because this is pretty much unedifying lukaku players in the middle of the. You're an executive different. Move on be bigger than that You may wonder why this world is comes from. Obviously there is a lot of bad blood between. They're not so much with antonio going back on your content walked out on vantage after winning three straight titles and then later if you remember there was a suggestion about him coming back to you. Vicky and perotti supposedly remain closed and then that was vetoed speculate. That's behind it. But whatever it is i mean you've legend and will always be a guy no matter. How many dumb no matter what he does it inc that show. It's really jarring a really bad. Look that this is out there. It takes them one hundred twenty minutes but matching eventually beat west ham to advance jewish. What did we learn. Other than the fact that without paul broun fernandez. You're not going to be breaking anybody down. Nothing i it was so it was done. I was like Do just do something s please. I mean you've got. Alex takes on the left. Okay econ defend per certainly in terms of crossing the border quality of crosses. He can bring you something. He was never in good position. You only in carpe diem. Did he know again. People going to look of under in a team with no structure around him on him to do all i want. I'm going to what i wanted. Was metro metrorail to come on some points or even as he's now known yet to come on and just like we just like take the ball dribble past two three people. I don't get he's still young. And then he's only played with the reserve team or the under eighteen or wherever it was just like come on and then mcdumber scores. And i guess you take. Do you think i'm not gonna blame social for prioritizing the league. No no however just just this this could this could be the scenario that you see in the league and we've seen already in the league where comic don anyone even. Sometimes when bruno is on the page so maybe maybe work on this. I'm sticking with united and a magento a that. We've just mentioned. He's been fined fifty thousand euros for entering italy with with forced document. No surprise now. Yeah this goes back to when he first entered italy we we've talked about ten or twelve so he's not him. You know this is part of the plea bargain. I mean i. Crime is still committed in the sense that it was effectively child footballer trafficking ring that brought him and homage. Chari who's Who's that so swallow. Took these guys release their brothers and guess what these guys are. Legally resident in italy look to happen to be their parents and so we're just bringing them over and accept. Those guys aren't their parents. They have different parents and they ended up plea bargain the all the paperwork in order suggestion on the could actually become becoming talion citizen which he would be entitled to based on residency but then obviously entered illegally. God is the next step and united fans have nothing to worry about. It's all back three. Plays somebody named marvin park out wide and They beat topic to nil jaws yet. Marvin pasta try me Tranmere rovers legend who is the academy as a youth product. Listen we said. There's there's not many options. Wildlife is that he changed is changed the formation. Try something different three absorbed with team usa and the really bad this hard on the i. Yeah but you understand. What kind of selenium winter. I don't understand i. I one that for him and he wanted to play out. But it's a win. Take you move on. Birth reworked fellow mandy and ben simmons codes by the way veron's to against west got then two other frenchmen scored against our true come on. This is a french club. You it's funny watching on the guy. I think he's irish instead of calling them saying like oh and the frenchman he and the frenchman and the french man. This is different. This is kind of like it. Much swansea three one in the fa cup to make fifteen wins in a row in domestic competitions competition guard. That's the new records. Are you impressed. Records don't really impress to mystic. I met with the ron. Manchester city are on the fact that they're so good the fact that he can make a million changes although swans team made a bunch of changes as well because obviously they're chasing promotion. I'm impressed manchester city. Done fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen. They beat preston in eighteen. Ninety one ninety two. I don't it's not really relevant to me. A goal for my man moist. Ken gives peres. Is your man one. No win in the french cup. All well. jewels or a little worried about name is name on sort of by his injury on on that sort of left groin left the pitch after fifty five minutes or something. He's gonna have scottsdale on thursday when we recall this. There's there's big fears that he might not be fit for the clash in on tuesday. Which again will be the curse of the champions. Think framing peres. It'd be really sad but we'll have to just wait and see he's not just pretending i don't think so i mean it might not be merging. He must be scared and before before there was big scares and actually there was not much in the end but you could also sense. The the young things -iety from run late late in natural goal since less the city. Bus bright on and into the quarterfinals. Of the ithaca gab. I want to ask you about mike dean. Who was the referee for this game. After receiving death threat at the weekend after the off a check but he won't be taking charge of a premier league match this weekend. He asked me referring this weekend. Yeah look obviously if you make realistic. You make threats. Somebody's life with their family. That is a crime. They should find you and put you in prison. There's no question about that. I'm not one hundred percent clear though. This happens on sunday night and he's fine referee on wednesday but then he can't referee at the weekend. It doesn't change the fact that i is a from a professional career yet. What he did was really bad. He did a really bad job. He and lee mason. And this this whole thing about what you your criticism it leads. People can get desperate desperate so everybody wants criminal and you know. Let's hope they find. The bag is yeah. I have in my hand a long long list of champions even europa league ties that have been moved to neutral venues including but not limited to lighting and liverpool. I don't go to chelsea gladbach and city are the list goes on and on relativity. Manchester united will pleading t. I guess pug doesn't get homesick. Look i this is all necessary because of covid regions and fiber sturgeons but some people are complaining that it's not fair. we have to play a neutral venues. And you guys get to play at home yeah. I think it's unfair. I do both legs on neutral venues babies. It isn't fair this isn't that. What would you home tie. You can go from home to this day. Jamin bike instead of having to travel to another country and without the race for another country. If you knew more you have to go from older way to spain for example. It's not even often i first of all if you're older you're choosing to play in spain you'll cool. It's now you're the cyrano but you could you have to say that this is not nothing to do with the club. It's not the club's desire of arsenal are choosing to play an athens. Awesome go and play benfica so they have to play some riot so but to find another place to play moldova. For example dr. The home side right choosing where. They're playing away from home. I don't know. I like relatively dot saying late. Choosing to play in terrain chose to play during the hostage to play some then then then stadium. I don't know i this whole wind eunice about for me. You and also can you me the logic so liverpool congo to germany right because of the violence yet live seek will come to liverpool. We come to england with his follow people and more race to get the virus divine of the virus in england. Then go to germany. Livable cannot go to germany. But mean that makes doesn't even make any these government rules. Your local restrictions steve's are made by scientists and politicians. We're neither i agree with you. It seems a little bit. He's the crazy one because you don't want this for yeah but you don't want forty people coming from liverpool to leipzig and yet lab seek. We'll go to liverpool millions of people. It makes zero sense. It makes sense. I thought that'd be napoli. Three one in a couple of talia semifinal second leg enough through to the final where they events god. That's more trouble for renuka tuesday right. Yeah look i'm. I'm going to give him a pass again because he had cooley. Bali myna la whatever. And i thought. I'd better side. But yeah i know this wasn't good. He's he's loggerheads with the club. It's crazy they still have a game in hand dave Some big games coming up. Go back to third but Weird i get a bad vibe about this because this is exactly situation that we're in a year ago denoting thesis wild and until i'm like why can't you can't just make it. Work hang can be run as a normal. Wasn't you'd be no more jewels now. A deal has been reached over french. Domestic tv rights after media. Pro pulled out This is relevant. Because it's been very damaging to the finances of a lot of club you're right the the the the new west hundred fifty million euros for for for the season from blues. Where was the old one we've made up over a billion so you can just imagine already with the pandemic and the loss of it's about a third less in terms of what they were expecting exactly and made up. Hope just packed up. After six months saying they could not pay any more installments to the league into the club's for what they designed for pretty much so the add to find another solution. Which kind of interest can become a bargain invoice position. It was an absolute mess. It was very difficult. Let's just hope that club can survive. And i'd enough cash reserves at the bank will get some help from the from the government which the asking for again to be able to make antillean of this then in the semi. You'd avenue new bids for the for the league. Tv rights domestically and then. Let's hope that they can be more money than the six fifty that they just call and we should also point out that in france. This is a bigger bigger issue because of course the league shutdown on job back back in march when the first restrictions came in and so they didn't get to play presumably the tv money back as well and and on top of that relative to a lot of other countries the The box office or game. Day receipts in france are a bigger percentage of club revenue claim. They are in in eggs for many teams in italy and spain. For example are reporting that milan. Ready to offer george digital donna. Rumor a five year deal worth around forty million euros. A year grows all around two hundred and fifty thousand pounds a week is contracting the some of course but he only wants a two year extension not five years. What does make sense to you the most. Well i tell you what makes centrum meteorologist of course Which is just for five years. Not no now two years. Look this is actually a very small salary. Bump over what he's earned a now you can make the point that he's earning far too much because he was given far too big a deal before and far too short a deal and fourteen stupid a deal that was a previous milan ownership. Meaning i think are saying you know. There's pressures demings says debts as losses. Your weighty are one of the highest paid goalkeepers in the world. We can't push the boat out that much further but i think there i think is really strong position. He says all right you know. Wanna give me a big bump. Then we do two things. Either we put in a release clause which i think might be ultimately how this happens or you just signed for two years and then we can go and discuss contracts again twelve months from now could do grind three years and maybe that buys a bit more time for everyone buys more time for me. No you know what of the other day. Promissory soviet dream object ramya dialogue. That do not room. I was signing for into milan. Free this summer. Because donna which all now and as much as we like him is time for him to to move out of the way and then digital model. My becomes the inter milan keeper. I don't think that's not the way interest finances are right now on days. Probably the second best. French central defender of african descent at zeke. But he's getting plenty of buzz among teams and has been linked to arsenal united chelsea. Usual suspects jews. When i saw this story. I'm like okay. Agent talking contract. Bob la everybody ripping off everybody else. We'll mcconnell guys right. Yeah what is buying so. Yeah and could not being from paris warren brad. He's got a special place in mahar more than dope american. Who's not from mcconnell phase from ever which is a little bit south but it doesn't really count as paris video. I don't you know snow. One of ours really technically. And you're right. It's going to go to a munich. And there's no way i think even done. Wade's sneaky byron thing. Sign up over. Forty two million euro release close by mechanics contrived. Shutting is a bargain for him. And i don't think leipzig will let both at the same time the summer even with michael coming from strasbourg. Who is another very young missing french centreback and he signed another guy from from croatia from zagreb with him. I'm blanking on addition to sima celebrity. Loves seema calm but great to the other guy. Some other dip preparing. That's what they do. That's what is so good. I always have the next step once someone leaves and someone goes. I gotta say he's really strong. A few people have said to me days actually better than by mcandrew had had injuries that he had body injuries already. Although he's tin very young he he would have got to a better level than diet. So we'd have to see but they're both tremendous. I gotta say this business. That happens in germany where obviously people signed three contracts and agree to move to other clubs or whatever but where. It's so the open whether it's players like with mcconnell we in the past with with live on dusky with noyer all the way back to you pint. Guess when he was the byerly kuzin coach. And now with marco rosa anglo back where they're all like ninety nine percent ninety eight percent you know they. I doesn't sit well. Are you have by competing with doorman for a spot in the champions league and the guy who's the gladbach manager you know is supposedly going to be the department manager next year late show appearance of. I guess they're also so trusting in germany that you know i tell you this would never fly in italy definitely. Not the time won't be playing the club. Walkup final When buying played in a few hours from when we recording this on on thursday evening after his former girlfriend with whom he split just a couple of weeks ago was founded in berlin. He has asked the club permission to fly back to germany which did gaba thoughts of course for the family and loved ones and to combating. Yeah there's there's not much else that you here She's she was the mother of a six year old I was a bit of a public split. And there were a lot of nasty things flying around in in the media and on social media It's very very sad story and our thoughts. Count go to her. Loved ones and the people are leftover. If makes another seven appearances for barcelona. This season dale liverpool. Another five million euros chose give their financial state even if he does come back. It's best if they just don't play them right. I'm not even sure they'll go five million to give anyway or maybe they can pay them with like pens of cones. You know like Bibs maybe the nobel leftover lionel messi merchandise that would be moves and teddy bears and things. Like that i dunno. I think i'm always skeptical about all we complain because there's a bundle would kick in on all but maybe maybe in the situation they are. Maybe considering. how very little is is is offering even when he's fit and playing. Maybe maybe that's a decision. They can take a liberal. Can then take that money and give it to fulham to pay for harvey. Elliot's tribunal gonna this one eight one as under the post brexit rules. The new rules kicked in For managers you need to have worked in the top league for the past two years of course a top fifty nations national team for the past five years. If you want a job in england so the daily mail said that it would have ruled out marcelo. Bielsa social coming to the primarily. Gabby your thoughts so couple things on this. First of all short answer's no. It wouldn't have appeal system. We've case by case by case by case. But yeah. But i'm sorry mattress united come in and say hey. Fa tribunal. look i. i'm responsible for what twenty percent of your income if not more. I want all the ready. Managing a freaking premium premier league. I want to bring him in and say they're going to say so. It's stupid avenue. Peel system where i think in the end. Everything's gonna be waved through. But i also have an issue with this because they made these rules and there's rules on players as well which are filled with a million loopholes just to be seen to be doing something. Oh yes. let's let's promoting next. How does just to promote english talent. So you promote the ice is instead of marcelo bielsa. But that's it but it's because of course i i remember problem with you. Do stupid about it because then you may have. A billion loopholes clubs. You're going to decide. The premier league is going to decide. The premier league is what holds football up. His country holds up. Dfa and he just a sheer hypocrisy of this. Which frankly totally bugging about this. And the idea that all of a sudden we're gonna we're gonna to shift and wilson one of these arbitrary things. Oh look you've gone. You were the manager of slovakia for five years so you're ok but hey you only marcelo bielsa. So you're not come on man. Raymond dominic is in the news again. Jaws i can't wait remo. Dominic thought is six days eight games zero in. I mean we we. We want everyone we said to them. Why why would you do that to your klebb. Competent theater critic. Apparently a tory has joined the coaching staff of olympic. Donate which is the thirteen from denise after shutter and mittler gab. It's great. He's getting this kind of data olympic. I haven't in the league. He's not too bad. I i don't. I don't know the ins and outs i think you know we talk a lot about diversity. Great coaching staff great players. Obviously is brother. Color is is a prominent very successful assistant coach. I don't i mean brothers doesn't mean that they're both going to be good at it. I thought somebody of his stature could have gotten a shot. Sounds like closer to call i. I know he's. He's lived in donetsk before he started thinking. Metallurg did play a two season yet. So maybe he have you been to ask. I don't know maybe like. I don't know it's good for him. We wish him well. Yeah and this is a hypothesis learning experience. Yeah i would have thought you know maybe you could have learned a little bit. I'd hate it if this was kind of. Because does he speak russian or ukrainian. I believe now. That's another kind of weird things. Like i don't know i don't know look to. He's one of the good guys. These that brings us to an end jewels. You're gonna be back on monday. I won't be here. Because guess what i'm going on holiday so long sucker joe then but not really going and you can't go anywhere we're in lucknow exactly Until then love the game. Love your neighbor.

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COVID-19 in the ER

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COVID-19 in the ER

"From the Center for investigative reporting NPR x. This is reveal. I'm outlets the number of Americans with Kovic. Nineteen keeps growing. Dr Nick Mark is treating more and more of them. Some of these patients are very sick. Their lungs can't transport enough oxygen into the bloodstream. So we have to use machines and other therapies to support them. He's in Seattle. Where the first known use case appeared but figuring out how treat the disease means doctors are improvising. Because it's brand new when something is new. You don't know exactly how to treat it and so we're doing a lot of learning every one of these patients is teaching us more Some of the things we've learned our we've learned that They seem to respond well. To certain settings on the valor on their certain ways to ventilate them that worked better than others. We're also learning that. There are important strategies to protect ourselves so there are a lot of doctors comparing notes around the country. I mean it's almost like the crowd sourcing the information you posted on twitter or one page guide to how to treat covert nineteen in the intensive care unit. What do doctors not no? So there's a lot of things we don't know and that's actually. That was the motivation for me to put that together. I think for me personally feeling feeling like I don't know what's going on makes me feel very out of control. That's that's a very scary feeling and one of the ways that I confront. That is by reading everything that I could about this. And then I just sort of boiled that down. Distilled it to its essence One page which I shared with colleagues and it's been an amazing crowd sourcing effort. I think you know now. We've got it in nine or ten languages which is pretty exciting. So what kind of questions are are you hearing from other doctors so one of the biggest unknowns about this is we know how to take care of people with respiratory failure? But we don't know how to treat Cova specifically there's a lot of therapies that have been tried in China in the rest of the world so for example. There's a Hiv Medication called Lipkin. Aveer return of year. Which has been used? There's anti inflammatory medicines. There's a new anti viral. Medication called Rendez severe All of these are being tried. We don't know yet. Which of these is best. Which of these work which patients? It's best to use. Which medication are patients being? Put at risk by trying these different therapies. So you know I think at this point Were doing we're doing the best. We can to give people the chance of recovery. So people who are very sick from Cova are being treated with medications. That may be effective based on the experience elsewhere in the world but aren't proven yet on. This is moving so fast. We just don't have time to wait for large clinical trials to be gone In many cases we know that these drugs are safe because their drugs that have been used for other conditions. But we don't know how effective are they? There's a lot of confusing guidance. Out there for everybody for regular life but it also seems like doctors are getting mixed messages even different guidance from for example the Centers for Disease Control the World Health Organization Local health departments in the World Health Organization said the virus is an airborne. But there's research that says that's the opposite I mean how do we know is true? Yeah that's a big challenge One of the biggest scary things is is a lack of information not knowing definitively some of these key things about it you mentioned the question of airborne versus droplet spread. And there's there's definitely conflicting messages going around there's definitely conflicting policies Some hospitals are telling workers that it's spread by droplets. You don't need to wear the more sophisticated NASCAR some but we don't know if that is as good there may be some added risk there so we obtain some internal communication from a medical organization. Seattle that explicitly tells staff to say nothing to friends and family and direct them to the organization's website. Do you think that information should be curtailed? I think you know it's really hard when you have loved ones who are worried about you to not tell them what's going on here You know I understand that. Hospitals want to control information. And I think that makes sense I don't think it's like a cover up. I think they're trying to speak with one voice. That said you know it's really hard I think you want to avoid misinformation. But you don't want to shutdown communication altogether. I think that's probably not A. It's not gonNA WORK AND BE. That's not that's not really you know we are. Yeah so those internal communications that we obtain they also gave staff guidance about testing. That had no special consideration for possible exposure. This is for frontline. Medical staff who we know are at high risk of exposure. There's a doctor in Seattle on a ventilator now with corona virus. What do you want as far as The guidelines for medical staff. That's a great question. So yeah as you said. I mean a colleague colleague of mine is on a dental later in the hospital where he works right now Many other friends and colleagues have had close calls and have gotten tested or getting tested because they were potentially exposed every single. One of those is horrible. Nerve wracking experience and you know we need. We need clear guidance for when to do that. The guidance has changed a lot. You know who to get tested Wendy isolate yourself. We don't we don't have a great sense of all the all of that yet. Have you handled the risk personally for for yourself and your family? So that's that's one of the worst parts of this. Frankly you know one of the Nice things about critical care. Is that even though? It's very intense work you can. You can leave a lot of that stress at the door but when you worry about literally taking the disease home with you. It's hard to do that so my wife and I have had a lot of what if conversations we've had conversations with our friends who are also doctors who also have kids about you know if we were if we were sick. We were incapacitated. Could take our kids and vice versa. I also have a bit of a ritual of taking off my scrubs in the garage washing hands just doing doing everything I can to prevent bring this home with me and then being as careful as I possibly can be at work. Yeah you've contributed to a guide for medical folks About how to communicate with the public. It's GonNa be a tough conversations like this one Why CAN'T MY GRANDMA? Icu? Are you discriminating against her? Because he's old we're hearing doctors say that if they have to choose who to put on ventilators that they need to choose people who will likely come out of it. Well what do you say that grandmother so I should say I should say a couple things to sort of preface? This just this is just in. There's a lot of things that we can do but they're not always a good idea to write doing everything for everybody is is not always the right thing in this case. It's even harder because Kovin seems to disproportionately caused severe illness in older people and in people who have medical morbidity so people who were already going into this is at a disadvantage. And that's tough. You know there have been just heart heart wrenching accounts from Italy about not having nearly enough elevators and having to give them to only a select. Few I want to reassure your listeners. That's not the situation in Seattle but We're all worried that it could be. You know we're not we're not at the peak of this yet It looks like based on the numbers there about ten days ahead and our numbers are tracking. Exactly where there's where ten days ago. That's a that's a hard answer to hear Because what's going on in. Italy is really heartbreaking. It is yeah and we often think about limited resources in terms of machines beds but The most valuable resource in the hospital is the people who know how to use those machines and know how to take care of people in the beds. And you know one of the things that I worry about is is not just that the amazing ICU nurses and respiratory therapists and other support staff are GONNA get sick but they're gonNA get tired. They're going to get burnt out. This is likely to be a marathon not a sprint. And we'RE PROBABLY UNLIKE MILE TOUR MILE. Three of it Dr Mark. This was a great conversation but very sobering. Yeah can I think something else real quick please? I think you know this is a really important thing to remember right because this is this is scary. You know this is a this is a disease that you can get from somebody else's infectious disease. But I think it's really important to remember the chair. Unity that the people who have this are people That's important for us in the hospital to remember that these people are profoundly afraid. They're hearing about how terrible and scary. This viruses their cutoff in many cases. We don't let them have visitors because we don't want to spread this so people are in a room with no support from their family. Everybody who comes in is scared to be there and they're wearing protective equipment. You know remembering like what these people are going through is really important and I think anything that we can do to be compassionate to them whether it's you know helping them facetime with their loved ones so they can have some contact Or whether it's just as as healthcare providers spending an extra minute or two in putting your hand on somebody's shoulder Little things like that. I think are really important now. I mean those things are always important but I think they're especially important when people are feeling scared. An isolated as they are with us Dr Neck Man Thank you for your work on the front lines and taking time to talk to us. Thanks for having me Nick Mark is a critical care specialists in Seattle while we're in the corona virus crisis just like everyone has to make shift here reveal so do we. That means were delaying the release of our first serial project American Rehab. We originally planned to launch it next week. 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We'd never really seen before in both wars. There were just as many private contractors as members of the US military and the way. Some of them did their job raise big questions. After the war there was a series of video clips that came to light. They've been filmed during the conflict and set to heavy metal music in one of them employees over private military contractor called Blackwater. Drive a convoy of trucks down a wide open boulevard in Baghdad. A woman in a Black Burqa waits to cross the street. And then one of the trucks suddenly swerves right into and knocks her to the ground along all mark the man on the street runs to helper. But the trucks. Just keep going in another video clip contractors with the same company drive around the city harassing residents to the point that there randomly firing guns at people in their cars. Look it up today. We WanNA bring you the story of one man and Iraqi who came face to face with private CONTRACTORS IN THE WAR CONTRACTORS. He says took part in abusing it years ago he filed a lawsuit against the company and his case has been making its way through the legal system it may soon be taken up by the Supreme Court. Our story is collaboration with United States of anxiety podcast from WNYC studios. It was reported by Seth Freed. Wessler reporting fellow with Type Media Center. And the want to warn you. This episode contains graphic depictions of violence welcoming. Hi thank you hi come. I I want to introduce you to a family. Living Far from the place state always called home. My Name is Saleh Hasan. I am from Iraq Saleh. Hassan Seif allegedly is from province just outside Baghdad. A book no. I am in Sweden in. Let's city he and his wife and their three kids Tukwila and Mustafa so they moved to Sweden as refugees and the thing about Sweden. At the time I visited them in the spring and summer is the days are really really lost. This London like more than twenty hours long and it was Ramadan. Which means they were fasting for twenty hours so we were in the kitchen soup preparing all of this delicious food that we eat in a couple of hours. Soupy do it every single night from them and the kids all they could talk about was the food and the meal they were gonna eat something. My favorite things to do with the rice ketchup and then take fatigue does infidel news pieces of noodles and then I put it on the ten. This is a really lovely family. They're few soon they're laughing together. All the time trying to find work learning a new language time as school in the morning usually eight thirty. Yeah and they're here ultimately because of US warships and playing the war in Iraq. The opening salvo of Operation Iraqi Freedom when President Bush on my orders George W Bush announced the American invasion of Iraq in March of two thousand and three solo was working in Diyala province. Where he's from in a machine shop can't ammo was working as a teacher there? They had a newborn baby. Taco had just been born the people you liberate will witness the honorable and decent spirit of the American military. And anyone who remembers this time will remember. There was widespread condemnation of this war. All over the world and in Iraq the resistance emerged soon after the Americans invaded some embassy staff on injured by the blast were chased by the mall and at the start of it. All Sala was looking for some way to do something meaningful in this terrifying period in his country and he saw this job posting to be a reporter at Al Jazeera the TV network based in Qatar E. W what. Al Jazeera was hiring lots of people as reporters in Iraq to cover the war. They were hiring people who sometimes didn't have all that much experience as reporters got the job basically as a cameraman and field reporter and right away after a bit of training he was sent out to report on major incidents of violence explosions generally the sort of chaos that was erupting around the region that he was from the Medevac birds on site. He was out reporting all the tires on the mistletoe. Communists or at least in his community in Diablo people knew him he was the local reporter. Was IT Dean Milk? And then one day in November of two thousand and three Sala went to cover a bombing in the city of Bukoba kind of lays that if he speaks mostly in Arabic so we hired a translator. Gone Molly so me along with other outlets such as france-presse Reuters win there to cover the story say yard only be and I. Was there filming the car? That had exploded I even interviewed one local politician. Who was there? I was talking to people and filming the surrounding side when I sat down to talk with Sallah about this moment. He said that as he was doing all this reporting there were also members of the American military police at this site and they asked all these reporters together around and they begin to ask them questions. How some we were about five six journalists lined up and I was third in the line and when my turn came he asked my name and which TV station. I represent often honor v not zero and when I said my name and that it works for Aljazeera. He said you're under arrest. And when asked why he said you know why at first thought this must be a mistake match but at this point in the Iraq war just a mere eight months into the invasion the US had begun broadening who considered to be the enemy and Aljazeera. Which was one of the leading if not the leading. Arabic news outlets became the most wash TV outlet in the Middle East had been reporting on the gruesome facts of the war and it had become this kind of target of the Bush administration. We know that. Al Jazeera has a pattern of playing propaganda. Donald Rumsfeld. The Secretary of Defense had falsely claimed that Al Jazeera was fabricating Stories About Civilian Casualties. That it was acting as al. Qaeda's mouthpiece what they do is when there is a bomb goes down they grab some children and some women and pretend that the bomb hit the women and the children and Aljazeera offices both in Iraq and Afghanistan had been bombed in the United States. Hit that office and killed Tareq and sell his case he was pulled out of that press scrum and he was taken to a place that he'd only ever heard horror about four years gray prison where. Saddam Hussein subjected prisoners to hideous torture. Abu Ghraib was in Iraqi prison that stood for Saddam Hussein's brutality in our bodies were eaten by dogs torture electrodes coming out of walls scratches on the way it was awful place. It was a place where people disappeared. Iraqis were too afraid to come to Abu Ghraib and ask for information on their family members but then after the invasion after the US invaded unoccupied. The country the Americans made the jail into their own prison and when Sella was detained there one of the first things that happened to him was that the Americans stripped him naked Who saw tally terrified? They were shouting that I should confess. Confess and they asked confessed to what dollar they said. You know what confessed everything? Botto after that was forced to remove my clothes the place the blackbox over my head. I'm the tide has together behind my back and that was left outside the evening until the morning Manila. Lead Huckabee S.'s. In that first night I hear the American outside singing happy Beer Aljazeera while and. That's when I understood that this arrest concerns me and Jessie coverage of the country spent six weeks inside of Abu Ghraib where he was interrogated. Ask questions about Al Jazeera about why he worked there. Hearing suggestions that he must know something about the insurgency Allergic AND INSIDE. He was treated horrifically. The cloud of his arms were often chained to a post above his head unable to move being threatened by an aggressive military dog barking growling. At him unless he was edged John. Yeah especially when you have. The dog is approaching. You and you are in handcuff. You cannot do anything about it. Standing there naked a feld paralyzed. They had full power me. An even thought that they were capable of killing me anytime and throwing my corpse aside us while to Sorta Kinda. It was very painful while to hear prisoners screaming in pain and realizing that your ten will come to be tortured and beaten leave little solace said. Every two or three days he'd be interrogated. He didn't know exactly who was questioning him. He was often hooded. Those he could see somewhere in military uniform. Some were in civilian clothes. And what we now know. Is that the interrogation inside of Abu. Ghraib they were carried out not only by members of the American military but also by employees of a private contractor. An American company called. Khaki this is C. Which had been paid millions of dollars? America's priorities our priorities to provide interrogation services inside these American military prisons or interrogation the regular army soldier with take as an deliverance to these people. And just leave us with him and just had this over into their hands on wall had done a new less cost. It was very apparent. The had another kind of power and authority than the Reagan. General Bill keene and one of the things solid members is that well he was chained inside of the cell. He vomited on the floor in front of him and then he was ordered by somebody to use the orange jumpsuit that he'd been given as his only piece of clothing to wipe up the vomit on the floor. It was then told to put the jumpsuit back on. Mother looked win of the movements. That always come back to me is the feeling of being observed looked to add as if we were animals zoo. This is what I felt in the prison. Then a path and Lois shems says that on days when it was sunny there would be just a sliver of light that would shine into the cell where he was held and that was sort of his measurement of day passing northern ships. Had more of Motorola spot was about half a meter and it would only appear for thirty minutes and I tried to step into that spot and move with the light so I can feel the sun I can feel something from the outside world and I would try that spot until the semi disappeared tab. Hash wait and then. At the end of December two thousand three Solo was just released. He was driven out of Abu Ghraib and dumped on a street outside of Baghdad and left there and then he went home to Amel his wife and their baby daughter back in Diyala. Can you tell me about when he came home? Can you tell me about that moment? The Anima said again that Hubbard. Nfl select lamb seasonable air land. I heard Tacoma. I couldn't believe the news because they told us that the people who were taken through they might spend years or at least many months there. Silicon mcbrayer Bill Camel. When he did get out he was completely transformed. Selana Salah Shadow healthy Bill Cameron. It was it was half of my husband. His head was shaven headed up. Burqa Selena Hubbub. Tally Barbosa as she approached. Dukla and saying that He. I'm here and she didn't respond lots of income for Zola's no Lan Sheila's hair recycle. Harrison bid John but I remember being joyful that they I think more joyful than I was on our wedding day when I first saw him I saw that he was still alive that he was still with us. I love shipped in Hawaii. Can when he got out he says his editors at Al Jazeera asked him to file a memo on what had happened to him when they read it. They were in disbelief. No McKenna had himself. These couldn't believe that any of this could be true even journalists. Who couldn't believe? How could such an incident happen without us knowing about it and sell that what had happened to him was just his tobare that since he had no hard proof nobody would ever really believe him but then in April two thousand and four? This is a picture of an Iraqi prisoner of CBS News. In the United States runs this story about Abu Ghraib. The army confiscated some sixty pictures of Iraqi prisoners being mistreated and releases. These images of people being tortured women inside of that American prison. We want to warn you. The pictures are difficult to look. These are the images that probably have been most burned into all of our minds about the Iraq war. Americans did this tuna Iraqi image of a man a hood over his head standing on a box with his arms outstretched and electrical wires attached to his fingers according to the US Army. He was told if he fell off the box. He would be electrocuted. There's a an image of of a stack of naked men who'd been forced to create a pyramid one on top of another in some the Mayo prisoners. Position to simulate sex with each other and in those photographs are members of the American military holding onto leashes posing with naked Iraqi prisoners smiling in pictures of people being abused in the most terrible waste Arab. Tv labeled the axe atrocities. These images are splashed across the world's television screens headlines around the world screamed torture and suddenly everybody sees it. It's impossible to not believe it. America's reputation already battered has suffered even more when you first saw those images. What was that like a one NAM on Donald McKenna had him so in the image surface? It confirmed that this actually happened to me where nobody believed me because it had no proof so now I could see see. These are the facts. Second everything was coming back to me. The insult the beating the pain statutory March again. Much sorkin line as if he. The decision and solid believes that he's in one of those photographs that a group of lawyers showed him later to photograph. Shot from above of a man chained to a post inside of a cell and in front of this man's body is a puddle of dark liquid vomit. It's exactly what Cele- said happened to him. Uncle todd hacking with the fossils aches. I had told them all of these details and the shocked me when they showed me this video and I told them yes. This is it. President Bush said today that he was disgusted by pictures of Iraqi prisoners. Being abused by American treatment does not reflect the nature of the American people. You know the scandal hit was Abu Ghraib immediately kind of expose the lie of a war of liberation which is how the Bush administration had tried to justify the invasion and eleven people members of American military ultimately were charged or disciplined for their part in these abuses for men are charged with maltreatment and indecent acts some went to prison for shoving and stepping on. Detainees Solo. Watch these prosecutions. He couldn't but feel that this wasn't enough going. After a handful of American soldiers. See in these. Pictures May reflect the actions of individuals but by God. It doesn't reflect my arms. Sullen new. Those soldiers were part of a bigger system who was giving them orders. And what about those people in civilian clothes? Who were working alongside them. Those civilians as it turns out work for the private contractor that was hired by the US military to manage interogations. When we come back we meet one of those contractors who worked at Abu Ghraib. There's no excuse for me at the time having to have been able to look at those things and recognize that. I didn't want to do them but I did. You're listening to reveal from the Center for investigative reporting PR R. X. This is revealed. I'm outlets today. We're looking at the role. Us private contractors played abusing people who were detained at Abu Ghraib prison during the Iraq War. There are hundreds possibly thousands of people like Saleh who was scarred by what happened to them. Some are still in Iraq. Others like him are refugees trying to build a life in new country. Then they're the people here in the US who worked inside American military prisons people who abused detainees reporter. Seth read Wessler from type. Media Center picks up the story and again a warning that this piece contains descriptions of physical abuse. I heard a few months ago. I drove out to a house at the end of a quiet suburban street to meet Eric. Fehr I live in Bethlehem Pennsylvania. I'm a fair worked as an interrogator in American military prisons in Iraq I live here including Abu Ghraib and my got there just after Saleh was released. My Boy I spend my days coaching Little League meeting. He's been remarkably open about what he was part of. He's spoken out talk to the press. He wrote a book about his time working in Iraq when he wasn't employees of this private company called I of course I could ask about Khaki and he says Abu Graib is a place he can't shake for me. It's sort of a movie that keeps playing and it's not something that happened fifteen years ago. It's something that's happening right now. Can you describe what you remember most physically about the place? I do? Remember seeing the prisoners for the first time when I was overwhelmed by the numbers. How many people we put in prison. was filthy and poorly. Ron was overcrowded. There is a violation of human morality. Crime how did you as a contractor end up engaging in the kind of abuse or torture that you did? How did that happen? I don't know I've spent so many years thinking about how that happened. In in some ways giving excuses the big question is if I had it to do over again would I go back and do it differently? Change things. Of course I would but I can't It was who I was. I was someone who was willing to employ those types of techniques. They weren't things that I made up my mind or that I created or I'd seen on. Tv these were Techniques that were written down and and were instructed and described and it was an awful thing to do fair came home from Iraq return to Pennsylvania and he watched leading the physical and sexual torture as members of the. Us military were tried and went to prison sentenced. Army specialist Charles Greener to ten years in prison. He waited for somebody to come for him. If there is a prosecutor out there that is going to make a case to prosecute khaki or for any of employees for torture than I am the easiest case. The evidence is there. I've I've done a really good job of making it really easy for someone to hold me responsible. But nobody ever did. Nobody ever came to charge for prosecute the contractors the civilian contractors who'd been inside of Abu Ghraib and who fair says did what they did. I absolutely sympathized with the idea that a lot of people got away with a lot of awful things in that. There should be some consequences. I mean everyone on some level needs to be held accountable for what they did in war. Fair believes that we all need to reckon broadly and deeply as a country with the wars we start and the violence we're responsible for but holding Americans accountable for what they did in. War is not so easy. There was one case that dragged on for more than a decade where federal prosecutors criminally charged employees of another contractor Blackwater for a massacre in Iraq but for people like sell a non. Us citizen living in a different country pursuing any accountability on their own behalf. That's incredibly hard and one of the main reasons for that is this doctrine called sovereign. Immunity is so weird carryover from British common law. It means the king can do no wrong. In the American version it basically means as a legal matter. The government can't be held liable for wrongdoing even an Iraq in a prison that the US was in full control of but there was something Sala could do. He could file a civil lawsuit against the contractors who played a role knee abuses and Abu Ghraib. He could sue khaki wonder. And so in two thousand eight. A group of lawyers including the Center for Constitutional Rights did just that they filed a lawsuit on behalf of Sala and three other men who'd also been held in Abu Ghraib and like Sala who'd been released without charge position of to hell nauseam Fuel Ocean Mart Hale also? Mari is one of the other plaintiffs in this case. Writing in his deposition also. Mari told the court what had happened to him. Getting me you know hitting me hit it all over my body like Sala. He recalled terrible abuse and torture. Al-shamari was subject to gratuitous and humiliating sexual touching win on multiple occasions. Gourds forced him to bend over an inserted their fingers into his rectum to that happened at Abu. Great not investigation by the US government of what happened inside of Abu Ghraib members of the committee. Good morning all I are Major General Antonio Empty Guba. It actually said that at least one. Khaki employees had been part of making decisions about how detainees were interrogated there however and instructed military police to abuse prisoners. We gathered evidence pertaining to the involvement of several military intelligence personnel or contractors assigned to the tool. Am I brigade and the alleged detainee abuses at Abu and members of the US military of who were put on trial over the violence at Abu Ghraib said on the stand? Khaki employees had instructed them to abuse prisoners which were damning allegations remember seller had spent months unable to get anyone to fully believe what he had said happened to him lacking analogy Gun Mode. I know cocky company was there interrogators aware from Khaki Company. This obvious and we have evidence on this which we filed in the court of them. Now have a year and so he and his lawyers. They felt like they had this very clear. Case of Khakis complicity in these well documented abuses that according to testimony reports the company had been part of making decisions about detainee treatment and he and the other plaintiffs felt. They'd finally be able to bring this story before an American judge in a US court seated. But that's not exactly what happened really C. N. L. Chamara versus. See what happened? Is that right away? Khaki began to fight the case against it tooth and nail. Good morning please. My name is John O'Connor and the long Michael Council Bill Dole and we present in this appeal khaki or ca every argument. It could think of to convince the court since it was the federal government that had hired them. They're protected and so far for twelve whole years. It's managed to keep this case from going to trial. The court has a number of different ways that it could resolve this case and this case essentially here today. No one not even khaki ever contested. That Sala was held at Abu Ghraib but the company argued that whatever had happened to him there. He couldn't prove that tacky had anything to do with it. The record does include some allegations mostly in government reports of discrete acts of misconduct. None of which I think would in any way qualify as torture another argument and this really was a kitchen sink. Approach was that this case wasn't anything that a judge should be weighing at all. What happens in war is a political issue not a legal one that something for Congress and the president to deal with cases been going on quite a while. It's been thrown out reinstated. The laid appealed repeatedly but remarkably. It's still standing. I asked Khaki for an interview. The company didn't respond but it strongly denied allegations of wrongdoing in a pass statement. It said quote. These lawsuits are completely without merit and designed to pursue political agenda. Let's long what do you suggest or next steps in Khaki tried another argument to it please? The Court Judge Waddell remember that idea sovereign immunity. It's the idea that you can't sue the king. Well Khakis lawyers put forward this other argument. They said that Khaki had what they call derivative sovereign immunity effectively. The company saying that they're operating like they're the kings arm and they're under the control of the King's head and if the king can't be sued well then you can't sue the kings and Khaki has taken this argument all the way to the Supreme Court. Were still waiting on the justices to the side. If they're gonNA take this case if they choose not to Mike finally go to trial in front of a jury but if they do take the case for Sala and the other plaintiffs real reason to be concerned because of who now sits on the nation's highest bench at all Soleil individual at all for C. International Inc Justice Brett Kavanagh. Who's lauded by conservatives heard a very similar case when he was on the DC circuit court a decade ago another case about US military contractors including calculating the treatment of prisoners in a war zone by US military contracts could be governed by the enemies law. It's no this case. Also dealt with accusations of torture. At Abu Ghraib mechanisms in our system of American jurisprudence that keeps corporations abiding by the law is the specter of tort liability evidence and Cavanaugh. Who was very skeptical of the detainees arguments throughout the case? And there's reason to think he would act in a similar way now which as Sala himself recognizes could prevent his case and others like it in the future from going to trial took Initial Jimmy I think the low should be applied to individuals everywhere otherwise this would give immunity to Americans to go outside. The borders commit heinous crimes and there would be no consequences beautiful account. Once the sun finally set in Sweden. The night I went to visit Sala and his family. We sat down for a meal and as I looked around the table. It occurred to me these kids. This case has been going on their entire lives. Sala in his wife almost have waited and waited for the starts and stops of this case for years to have their moment in court the Iraq War. And what happened to Sala has completely uprooted this family vessel beyond the Latin and today we left Iraq. I knew inside that this was a farewell without return that there was no going back The country was being broken and that we wouldn't return after they left. The war deepened civil war. The rise of the Islamic state skyrocketing unemployment corruption. It's been a barrage but for seller an almo. Their trauma doesn't go away and amid all of this wreckage they've stayed with this pursuit as its ground forward and back in the American courts and the Makola will have employees as they say. Some two zero two reckoning as long as the alternate goal. Was that what happened to sly. Should never happen to anyone again for those of us who were never there. We have a way of very quickly putting things like Abu Ghraib behind us for Sala and people like him. There's been very little space to actually tell their stories solace still working as a journalist filing freelance stories from Sweden but when it comes to what happened to him there are still real questions for him. A big part of this case is about putting the facts on the table in an American court on agenda Hudson Mold. There is another point to be made. Which is the memories will remain. But I can't have hate inside me. There could come a point where as they say the forgive. Her is generous. Where the admission of guilt could come and where we say. Okay I forgive them. There have been a series of lawsuits like this one filed to hold contractors accountable for abuses and crimes and war. They've all been thrown out or settled out of court. This is the last one standing. And beyond that had a time when the president has supported the use of waterboarding and even pardon those who've been charged with war crimes. This may be the last chance for. Sala and other victims of American abuses in war to force what happened back into view over the past year. Khaki has been awarded several new. Us government and military contracts worth up to nearly three billion dollars over the coming years in the meantime. We're still waiting on the Supreme Court to decide whether to hear the case. Our story was reported by Seth Free. Wessler puffins reporting. Fellow with type. Media Center was produced edited by Christopher worth the stories in partnership with the United States of anxiety podcast hosted by my dude Cairo from WNYC studios. I highly recommend you check out. 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Ep. 1067 - What If We Cant Accept Good News?

The Ben Shapiro Show

49:11 min | 9 months ago

Ep. 1067 - What If We Cant Accept Good News?

"Good News is breaking on cove, but nobody wants to hear it. Vice President. Joe Biden struggles to find his vice president and a football coach forced to apologize for decrying a racial slur, I'm Ben. Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Today show is sponsored by express VPN protect your data from prying eyes. It Express VPN. Dot Com slash. Ben Have you noticed that things are a little bit volatile? I mean volatile politically volatile. Volatile. Well, you may have thought about this months ago, and if you're smart did is you diversify diversified lethal little bit into precious metals. If you're not smart, then you did not will. Now, it'd be a great time for you to think about doing that again because things are only going to get more volatile over the coming years given that we just spent more money than has ever been created by man or God I've been telling you since two thousand sixteen to invest. Invest at least a little bit in gold end to invest in gold with virtual. 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Disease her uni at fifty percent of the population, seventy percent of the population of it takes all the way till seventy percent of the population. Then you're talking about, know maybe millions dead over the course of time in the United States. But what we've seen in places like New York and places like Sweden and what we're seeing now in Florida, and Texas, and California is that once the virus kind of. Of works its way through community. It doesn't have to hit seventy percent of the community. It only has to hit more like twenty or twenty, five percent of a community in order for the curve start bending down and Volkmann wondering about this them wondering why is that? Well, one of the going theories has been that there are an enormous number of people who are just not hit hard by this virus. Virus or either asymmetric, or don't get it in the first place because they have something called t cell immunity meaning that their body has these things called T. cells, and these T. cells have already learned how to deal with Corona viruses and Komo viruses would include like the common cold. So if you had a common cold last two or three years and your body is already learned how to fight off. Possibly covid nineteen and sort of the going theory will now there's an abstract from a study that is in science magazine August Fourth Two, thousand twenty. They say many unknowns exists about human immune responses to the covid nineteen virus covid nineteen reactive CD four t cells have been reported in unexposed individuals suggesting pre existing cross reactive, t cell memory in twenty to fifty percent of people remaining that maybe half the population already has some sort of pre existing ability unamune level push back against covid nineteen. The source of the T. cells has been speculative using human blood samples derived before the covid nineteen virus was discovered in two thousand, nineteen. They may one hundred and forty, two t cell epitope, EPA tope across the SARS at Kobe to genome starts to his covid nineteen to facilitate precise interrogation of t cell repertoire, we demonstrate a range of pre existing cd four t cells that are cross reactive with comparable affinity to covid nineteen and common cold corona viruses thus variegated. So memory to krona viruses. Viruses that cause the common cold may underlie at least some of the extensive heterogeneity observed in covid nineteen disease. So the is why some people are getting crushed by it, and some people are just having a mild cold and then basically being done. That's actual good news. Okay. That means that a huge swath of the population already has some pre existing level of immunity to this virus, which is excellent excellent news, and we have more excellent news and now turns out that the numbers in terms. Terms of covid nineteen cases have been declining markedly like seriously markedly in. Florida. In Texas in Arizona. The sunbelt the surges over surges over. Now, there's talking about maybe a second surge in the winter, but that always presupposed that this thing would sort of die out in the summer because of the heat and then when everybody was out with was in the cold, then people would be sort of in in their in their offices, and then the heating systems would move around it out that sort. Sort precisely, the reverse happened in order for the virus to be killed off by the heat, you have to be out in the heat, right? So it is. It is certainly possible and there's good data to suggest that in areas that don't have air conditioning that heat is killing the virus, but precisely, the reverse has been happening in the sun belt. Why? While when it's hot outside and a first world country like the United States, everybody's got central air. Everybody's in the office, the recirculating. And actually ended up with a surge during the summer because people were not in the heat. So nineteen eighteen right with. With the influenza pandemic. While, the flu pandemic was a different story. There was no air conditioning in nineteen eighteen or as very is reserved for super rich people that meant that everybody was basically in the heat of the time. He was killing this thing well, now that you live in a modern society with central air conditioning when it's really hot outside what you do you inside when you go inside all the virus gets blown around and then you get an uptick. Well, the upside is over in is up to the uptick is over in Texas. It is over in Arizona, and it may, in fact, if peace already in California according to NPR officials in Florida, say cases of Corona virus are. Are Continuing to decline in indication that efforts to halt the spread of the disease are working. Now, this is the part media I. Just I don't think that the media are being responsible out this, I don't th. There's this idea that it was government intervention that is preventing the spread of the disease. Again, that everything was going wildly haywire and then everybody stepped in shutdown society is getting lockdowns, crushed the curb again, that is not right. Look at the timeline. CAPE. Florida really only began to to crack down on particular activity about a week and a half ago. Okay, and the cases started to decline last week that is not enough of a delay if you actually want. If you actually WANNA see when the cases began to decline. The answer is once started burning through the community, same thing in Arizona Texas, California, never really open and California sausage, and then it's hotline. It was not the lockdown that caused a decline in California. So the media have this this pre prepped narrative that is lockdown that that slows the spread, but that's not what happened. In New, York lockdown didn't slow the spread in fact, lockdown may have exacerbated the spread because everybody who already had the virus within locked in their house with their elderly family members. Miami Dade County has been responsible for twenty, five percents of the states. Nearly five, hundred, thousand coronavirus cases according to the Mayor Mayor, Carlos, Jimenez, he told commissioners that hospitalizations have been trending downward in the county for two weeks for two weeks. Listen to that hospitalizations have been trending down for two weeks, cows in Florida until a couple of weeks ago. Everything was pretty much open. Right? The only shutdown indoor dining. They had they had social distance indoor dining. They only shut that down. But the last couple days I was there right around the time I was leaving. That is when the the hospitalization started to decline. So it is not because they shut down the door dining, the hospitalization started to decline. The hospitalization started to climb before they shut down the dining by the way. The same thing is true in new. York, about mask-wearing. So people keep saying well, the moorings what crushed the curve, New York, that is not correct. Look at the timeline. The curve already started to flatten before people started putting on the masks. Now, it's not a case against the mask is not a case against social distancing. It is a case that really the only thing you can do with the virus is basically wait for to burn through. That's pretty much all we know at this point. Slight. Delays may help in terms of allowing hospitals to better cope with stuff hospitals gotten a lot better at dealing with Kobe. Nineteen. People, blow don nearly the numbers they were. But the the the notion that is the renewed lockdown that started all of this. That's just not correct. Florida governor on his hands said, I, think the trend is positive I. think we're going to continue to see the prevalence decline. To Santa Spoken, Jacksonville hailed around with advocates for the elderly and administration officials to examine ways to open nursing homes for family member visits. Descend said he wants to begin allowing people who test positive for antibodies to visit family members. In long term care facilities, he's appointed of a committee of advocates. Officials look at other members to allow family members to visit nursing homes, which by the way would be the thing. I mean I have a couple of family members in nursing homes and they're basically isolated. It's a terrible life. They basically been locked doors for four months without the ability to see other people and if people have antibodies. ANTIBODIES WANNA go visit grandma in the nursing home that seems like good policy to me. So this is good news. Okay. We should be like right now. Yes. The death numbers on a day by day basis are not great because death is lagging indicator, but we should be pointing out. What we should be excited about is the fact that there was a sunbelt surge did not overwhelm the hospital system, and now it is going down again and we should be pretty excited by the facts. The caseload was extraordinarily high in the states and the death toll was actually not all that high in the states, and there's been a lot of talk about the evils of Florida and the evils of Arizona. In the evils of of Texas, we never talk about the evils of California, of course, California is a Democrat govern state. But if you still want to like they experienced their surges, okay. Florida. Had it search Texas, headed surge, Arizona headed surge. I'm now looking at the list of states in. In the United States deaths per one million, population. Florida does not rank in the top fifteen, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen flora ranks nineteenth in deaths per million nineteenth. Okay. For All the talk about Florida was going to get wiped out, and by the way Florida would have had every excuse to get wiped out considering the fact that it is disproportionately the oldest state in the union it a huge retiree population in Florida. But contrast flora's death per million rate at three, hundred and forty five to new, Jersey's at seventeen, hundred and ninety three or York's at sixteen, hundred, eighty, six or Massachusetts at twelve, hundred, fifty, six, or Connecticut. Twelve, hundred, forty, five. Florida is ranked nineteenth. K. Arizona is ranked like. Thirteenth. Georgia is ranked maybe fifteenth. He's a for all the talk about the sunbelt states that totally blew it. They didn't. They didn't. K- Texas is not ranked in the top twenty Texas rent like twenty-seventh. It's is ranked about the same as California. Actually. So the this, all good news, right with what we should be rooting for is once people have experienced the curve and that's the end of the car, and in fact, this has become he going conventional wisdom. So I know that you've been told that the experts are for lockdown, the experts won't lockdown what masks won't walk down and they want heavy government hands. They want. Now let's be real about this. There are no experts on a brand new pandemic. There aren't there are people who know a little bit more and people who know a little bit less, and there's a lot of controversy in the scientific field over virtually every aspect of covid nineteen including scoring as I've said before, how does not mask wearing? They don't think it's useful. Denmark. Does not mandate math boring. They don't think it's useful. Sweden does not do it. Netherlands does not do it right now. None of these places do it. Okay. But. I've said you know out of an abundance of caution. If you WANNA, go to a public place where other people were mass, my parents are wearing a mask when they are around my children. 'CAUSE my children are back at camp, but there's also been this kind of going. Notion in the media, the that lockdown. The Best Possible Tactic, Dr David, Navarro? Who is one of the ambassadors from the WHO he said, we actually should try to avoid lockdowns at all costs of this is now conventional wisdom. We, would in the world. Health. Organization invite countries to do everything possible not to have these complete lockdowns. It's a very blunt tool. That's why we've said right from the beginning that the way you do this kind disease is through having a really good strategy for finding people with the disease testing them quickly and getting the results slimfast tracing that contacts during the isolation properly and supporting people as you just said who are particularly vulnerable. Okay. But testing and tracing is not really relevant in country three, hundred, thirty, million people with probably twenty million infections renting wild at this point to the. The real answer is you protect the vulnerable and everybody else goes back to work. That really is the answer here. Okay. That's that's just what that's going to be, what it's going to be, and the good news is it doesn't have to burn through seventy percent of the population according to the new data. Basically, T cell immunity means that a huge percentage of the population is not particularly vulnerable to covid nineteen. So president trump said, just this yesterday said, we now have a better understanding the virus and we are not pushing national shutdowns is not something that we're going to do. So we closed it down and we now opening it up and it looks like it's a V. It's absolutely avi, but we're not going back to shutdowns. Now, we understand the disease, we understand the problems with elderly, especially elderly with heart or diabetes. Or other problems and we're able to take care of them. We understand it now, but we're not shutting down. We've done a really very well, the numbers are looking very good by the way in. Florida. Texas and California they heading down here correct about this correct media mmediately shifted to their latest spin, which is that everybody in the Mid West going to die? No, not everybody in the. Mid. West is GonNa die there's going to be a surgeon areas. Areas where there has not been there will be some death because whenever there is a certain disease, there's death, but it is not going to look like new. York is not going to look like new. Jersey who've gotten better at this is not going to overwhelm the system I'm predicting that right now right here. Okay. You're not going to see an extraordinary surge in that. You're not gonNA see twelve. New. York's as people were predicting like two weeks ago. He. So why isn't that good news? Why don't we celebrating that? That would be a good thing. Right? Why aren't American's happy about this? Instead Americans seem determined many Americans and particularly in the media and the Democratic Party seem determined to suggest that we are on the verge of Castro. Always always, and forever the catastrophe is coming. It's always two weeks away. and. Get some more of this in just one second first. 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Yesterday's Moron who's walking around beaches in Mexico dressed up as the grim reaper, just like that crazy guy who's walking in that lawyer who's walking around in Florida dressed up as the grim reaper. Eh, believe that guy was also attending social justice warrior protests. Okay. He's walking around to beaches with families socially distance far away from other people and telling them they're going by. He's telling them don't go on vacation here I. Am you're all going to die? says. It's about raising awareness, urging people to wear face masks on the beach there on the beach. This dude, a better shot of being eaten by a shark or killed by a bystander and people have dying from covid on a sparsely populated beach. This guy was featured by Hans France-presse. I mean, I'm sorry. This is just it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous like the doom and gloom is insane. That's not to say, this isn't the dark period American history. It certainly is not to say that covid nineteen isn't risky. It's certainly is okay. But can we like based this added on the data at all? Without like the pictures of the grim reaper wandering around empty beaches in Mexico. It's absurd. But the Democrats think they have a talking point and the talking point is that everything is terrible and trump is ignoring it. Now. Again, I've said before and I got a little bit of flack for the federal response on this thing has not been all that bad. It hasn't the state's got what they needed. Ask CUOMO. He got what he needed in terms of events. Later, they sent a navy ship there. That was barely used California. NEWSOM is the same thing. Inslee said the same thing in. Washington. State Wimmer said the same thing in Michigan. The federal government has ramped up testing to levels not seen by any country on earth on an absolute level. Hey. I. Mean, we're doing something like seven hundred, thousand a day in the United States are insane numbers of tests and really honestly like a lot of that lies with the individual state and how that state is administered. We do have a federal system in the United States. Nonetheless the idea here is that if everybody has a downcast view of the United States going into the election that trump is going to lose, it's very difficult to separate how people are attempting to portray the current situation from politics because it is fairly obvious Democrats in the media are attempting to do right here. So Joe Biden. For example, yesterday he he had himself a club that he could beat trump wet. So trump did this interview with axios Jonathan Swan was not good interview and trump was asked specifically about covid nineteen and he was asked about the death levels and he said it is what it is. which is a dumb political thing to say, but also happens to be kind of true namely that he doesn't control covid nineteen. You don't control covid nineteen at nobody controls covid nineteen. That is not a lack of sympathy. That's a recognition that reality exists. But Joe Biden is you can't say it is what it is. You have to say it is what it is I. Mean I guess? That's the pitch here was Joe. Biden going after trump yesterday. I think it's under control. I'll tell you what how a thousand Americans are. Dying, that's true and you it is what it is. It is what it is. And showing people dead on Gurneys. Saying it is. What is. Again. Dump Political Line Bhai, president trump. But again, I don't know what Joe Biden's alternative is. Okay. What like what is Joe Biden's alternative? It is what it is. Like people aren't dying I'm I'm confused? Dread when trump says, we haven't under control, we have under control as much as it is possible to have global pandemic under control. Does anyone have any recommendations that make other than a national mass mandate, which is unconstitutional. Like. WHOA. This. It's such obvious politicking. It's obvious politicking. Then you have Bob Menendez. The senator from New Jersey saying that trump's abdications. The cruelest thing dude. Your state, your state run by garbage governor, the governor, Phil Murphy of New Jersey is an all horrible job. Here's Bob Menendez saying that it's trump's abdication. That is the cruelest thing really and your state, you shipped all the old back into the into the nursing homes of COVID. So I'm GonNa go with your governor. Oblique. Show Menendez. Democrats in the Senate have a sense of urgency. That's why two and a half months ago. Speaker Pelosi and leader. Schumer sent a letter to the president and to standard or McConnell. Saying, we're going to need more help for the American people. A national emergency requires a national response. But for two and a half months. We got crickets. We didn't hear anything no response to that sense of urgency then, and now we have the lack of engagement of robust engagement that is necessary to ultimately met the challenge I. Mean Look it's exemplified by their leader President trump when he says it is what it is. That is the most fool abdication a- presidential leadership I've ever seen. No, it isn't. Isn't. I'm sorry, it is not when when you say it is what it is. When people die of disease, the no one knows fully how to control. That is not an application of leadership abdication of leadership when your state is the hardest hit state by numbers in the United States Jeff per million New Jersey is number one number. One new? York's number two. Meanwhile you've got idiot Chris. CUOMO. Suggesting that president trump is determined to keep his handicap, his golf handicap down rather than the deaths I, mean, this is all just propaganda at this point really is. Middle of a pandemic. And, this president spent the weekend hitting golf balls and bragging about his large Maga- crowd turnouts in Corona. Virus hot zones. No masks. Big. Crowd. FETIG. And the reality is once again, the key. Is the we. It's the truth, my brothers and sisters. This man is determined to keep down his golf handicap, not the number of cases that are making us sick. Should we be pushing on Congress absolutely. But you know too many on the right play in the game because they're afraid of him. I've question what? What is what golfing have to do with keeping down covid like do you want him to like I really don't think the Chris Cuomo wants trump in the in the hospitals actually carrying for covid patients. In fact, I think Chris Cuomo probably stay is basement when he has covered as opposed to going to his second house when he has covid or having his wife on social media talking about taking bleach bath. Mouth. How is Chris Cuomo? CRISCO. Ignorant. They got owned by a couple of New Jersey. Jim. Owners. there. A couple of gym owners in New Jersey who want to reopen their Jim. These guys you know. I I would hazard a guess to say, they are not be just they just own Chris. Cuomo in the squad. It's amazing. I mean, they start citing stats planting out that the people are risk of dying from covid nineteen are not generally young people going to gyms and they say, we are taking all the measures necessary. We're doing social distancing and and Chris. Cuomo just gets I mean he gets destroyed by a couple of gym owners from New Jersey. We have had fifteen thousand and nine fizzes Stewart facility zero positive cases. Nobody six, you're knocking trump because it until numbers, I'm not. Copying trump because he's. Fifty three point three. Zero, point six percent of the population bottom line that's stacked annuity talking behind like the flu. If you take that, if you take that zero point, six, senator population is responsible for fifty three point three percent address. This is a mild flu. Cases. A lot more cases and people are getting more sick and different people getting sick and get sick with the flu, and we're getting a lot of weird after-effects with this. We've got to take it seriously, but that doesn't change back that you guys doing. Okay and Chris Cuomo has no comeback. I'm not because of anything, and then this guy's just setting stats all over him in Cuomo has nothing because his entire propaganda appeal has been trump is a bad orange man who's very bad and orange. My brother completely blew it. New, York. Is the greatest governor in the history of the world. And the political agenda is hard to miss your guys. 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So they know that we sent you though check them out right now rock auto DOT COM so. The policies now being pursued by Democrats have nothing to do with the data. Me Truly nothing to do with the data. The the idea here is that we are basically going to count on cove in nineteen continuing to be bad all the way through the elections that we can blackmail federal government into paying us off or so that we can take measures against other cities and pretended a good job or so we can bash trump. Running because there is a serious disconnect between reality and and what exactly is being promulgated by various public officials. So yesterday on correct, err on the show yesterday I was talking about Bill Blasio. The error is not that he is a giant Weirdo who murders groundhogs and also happens to be a communist that was not my her that part's true. The part that I said it was wrong is I suggested who's GonNa. Shut down all indoor dining until June of next year, he said he was going to reopen the outdoor dining as. As of June of next year, but he's made no timeline commitment as to win who will open indoor dining. So the underlying message which has he's never going to reopen indoor dining. Kinda True I. See no indicator that Bill de Blasio is ever going to reopen anything like I just think he's GonNa keep everything closed, but he did not overtly say he's going to keep the restaurants closed until June of twenty, twenty, one, just WanNa correct the facts of the record on that when I make a mistake I wanna get it right. Bill de Blasio continues to be however a Communist groundhog murderer. So yesterday bill de Blasio came out and he had a couple of policy questions. One. He now says that he's going to set up traveler registration checkpoints to enforce quarantine orders in which travelers from certain states will be required to fill out forms, support contact tracing efforts. So first of all I'm old enough to remember when Chris Cuomo suggested. WHO's UNCON-. Andrew Cuomo rather suggested it was unconstitutional for other states to shut their doors to New York travelers the ACLU sued and won on that basis second if your contact tracing. So good in your city right now that you can borrow other travelers because everything is basically okay. Then why haven't you opened up the businesses Bill de? Blasio, and the answer is because if you're a Democrat, you have no intent on ever opening up this stuff at least not until a Democrat is in power. Or because right now, you can just keep the businesses shut down and blame all of the Republicans in the federal government for all of your own failures. Build the Blah's. You'll also threaten to lay off twenty, two, thousand workers. If the feds don't give them a bailout right now, what a lot of democratic mayors are doing is they are they cut crappy contracts of unions. They've done it for decades, they've blown out their own debt, and then on the basis of Covid, they're saying, you know what? Let's do a couple of things. Let's raise taxes on our citizens again, and let's go to the federal government and man that they money or blame the fads for our own crappy decision making. So, basically, they are the Democrats in these major cities have become your kids with the car had crashed it into a lamppost. They they crashed the lamppost and then they suggest that if you don't come and pay for the cleanup bill. Well, you're not GONNA do maybe they'll become a drug addict. You just don't know you just don't. So here's Bill De blasio threatening that he's going to lay off twenty, two, thousand workers of the feds don't pay off his garbage policies. We need help. Let's be clear. The help we need. is to make sure we can keep all of our public services where you're talking about safety health education. They're all on the line. Now, if we do not get federal support soon, I'm very worried about these stimulus talks in Washington wealth because they seem to be going nowhere fast. My challenges, where am I going to have the people to do this work? I may have to do as many as layoffs a twenty, two, thousand city employees from every department. By October I. IF I don't get federal help, I have an idea how about you take all the money that you're not using on the schools because nobody's going to school in new? York. mean. It is amazing. We keep hearing that we need more money for the schools when the schools are shut down, you shut down the schools in the new look I need more money. I'd love to apply that model to my own business sounds great. I will provide you zero shows next week and also pay me more money. How does that sound? You sound like a good deal? That's the way Democrats are now running their cities and it's not just build blotto Kisha lands bottoms who's being considered for the vice presidential nomination by Joe Biden on the basis of of watching her city burned to the ground. Over a over a shooting that was actually good by the cops. And having her cops walk off the job, she's she's considered a candidate for vp because she checks the two boxes. The Biden is looking for she's black and she's woman his overtly said, this key chalance bottom said yesterday closing the schools is the right choice based on what based on what data is closing the schools. The right choice people still have yet to cite any data suggesting closing the schools. The right choice here she has on CNN explaining going to keep the schools closed. I do believe that the right choice for Atlanta public schools because we had some of the highest rates in the state right now, just a couple of days ago with our population, just over five hundred thousand, we represented about or four percent of the infection rates in the state of Georgia and given the prevalence of underlying health conditions throughout the Atlanta community of we have a very large minority population in Atlanta. Do think that it was the right decision to go online in a gives the school system, an opportunity to revisit. How students will enter the classroom in nine weeks. So, she wants to keep schools closed by the way when I say the race was good i. don't mean that it was good. I'm like an existential level. I mean, it was a good legal shoot. Okay. Good. Legal meeting like when a cop shoots somebody, it's either a good or bad shoot Abacha means it was illegal Mitchell go to jail a good shoot legally speaking means that the person just is justified by. By law in having shot, the person Rashard, Brooks. Stole a Taser off to cops even as one of them and as he was running away from the other cop, he tried to the other copy before he was shot as after resisting arrest. That's what I mean by a good shoot. A good legal shoot. It does mean good as like an Aristoteles in good shoot or morally good shoot. Okay. So in any case. Case one of the reasons the Democrats seem to be so reliant on Covid to justify their policies and blame trump is because the big problem is too full for them. One, they have crappy candidate. Joe Biden is old. He is senile is not with it. I'm I think, Joe, Biden is just as eager as the rest of us, learn who is vice presidential tickets because I don't think, Joe, Biden has a clue as. As to what is going on around him. So they're they're saddled with a candidate who is essentially dead, which when you're running against a volatile candidate, donald trump is not the end of the world. It's actually kind of good for you, but he's a crappy candidate on a roll level where he running against somebody who is not trump joe, biden would be in real trouble. There's a reason Joe Biden was a dramatic. In presidential politics about ninety seven straight times. Before this particular election, they're saddled with that and they're saddled with their own radicalism, which we'll get to in just one second. So good thing for them. They can still continue to exploit the narrative that America is about to be overwhelmed with cove, and we're all going to die again and watch out death is lurking around the corner for you on the beaches of Mexico. Mexico or some such, we can get some more of this in just one second I. I need to tell you about our most exclusive membership tier over at daily wire access, I'll access membership features behind the scenes access to live streams and discussions with your podcast. 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Biden is just a terrible terrible candidate. Candidate. So yesterday, Joe Biden was he asked about the cognitive test. So he had said earlier that he's taken all sorts of cognitive tests. Right, and then he was explicitly asked Airbourne CBS news whether he had in fact taken the same cognitive test, the president trump took, and he's like no, and then he says to L. Barnette a black interviewer, he asked him whether he has taken a cocaine test. which let me just say if Donald Trump asked a black interviewer whether they recently taken a cocaine test. The suggestions of racism would be in the air immediately, but Joe Biden is allowed to get away with anything without weird Cesar Romero joker, smile because he is a Democrat, Democrats are allowed to get away with everything according to here here was Joe Biden being built, senile, and foolish. You have you taken a cognitive. No. I haven't taken a test. Why the Hell would? I, take test. Man. That's like saying you before he got this program, you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think I am a I am very willing to let the American public judge, my physical mental fill, my physical as mental fitness. Yeah has it gone hasn't gone. I'm fully willing to let the American public judge, my fabric ZIP it added. Physical and mental health. So your narcolepsy Democrat candidate He's. He's got a problem on his hands. He's a bad candidate. So. He has a couple of advantages. ONE IS THAT DONALD TRUMP is extraordinarily volatile and makes lots of booze and the second is the situation, and so Democrats are playing both to the hilt. They have to do that because the truth is that policy suck. Hey, what we've seen in major cities is they're they're talking about defunding the police they are. They are watching crime rates skyrocket in major cities around the united. States. Joe Biden is not going to stand in the way of any of that. That There's tape of Minneapolis business owners, going a little viral yesterday talking about how they need more police in. Minneapolis. Because this is insane, I mean Minneapolis being overrun by criminals because the city has basically decided to let the law abiding go by the wayside. The May if no, no security. So. There are a lot of people. Try. To. Get in Talian the by. Themes Nevada can. We need more police. But. No, no. No. That is. Probably you can hear he has an accent is probably because he's like he's internalized his whiteness. That's the reason that he's saying we need more police by the way Joe Biden, and trying to figure out who vp candidate is going to be and I think at this point, the front runner is pretty obviously Susan Rice, I think he hates Kamala Harris I. Think Kamala Harris hates him uncommonly like he'd better have a food taster of Kamala Harris's vice-president is all I can say I mean this is GonNa be like Lenin and Stalin like one day Joe Biden has up to Camp David and the next day they're willing not on a Gurney like this. I do not trust. Kamala. Harris. Lo. Let's let's put it that way. In any case, Susan Rice is extraordinarily radical. She's been able to get away with being extraordinarily radical because she hasn't really been in the public eye. She's been in the public for basically two things in her career was lying openly about Benghazi suggesting that the Benghazi terror attack was, in fact, a terror attack. It was a response to a Youtube Video, which is insane and second Susan Rice is famous for having? Unmasked Michael Flynn Right. She's famous for having been deep in the center of the entire effort to gin up the trump Russia collusion scandal deserted to claims to fame, and suddenly on the VP. Because, she's a black woman because too many folks in the Democratic Party power have decided on an affirmative action program for the VP, they're not going to go with somebody that may be the best qualified. She's never held elective office. For example, they're not going to go with somebody who Biden's even most comfortable with they have to have somebody who checks particular racial boxes. Here's Susan Rice. She is radical. She's a very radical person on foreign policy. She's incredibly radical. She believes in in basically Bernie Sanders. Foreign policy here. She was yesterday on defunding the police talking about taking money away from the cops. Have a long history of inequality of oppression that endures in this country, and we need the police to be part of the solution. In some instances, they are in other communities. They're not, there's no one-size-fits-all approach. So I'm curse re imagining the role of the police getting them out of things like social work on for responsible reallocation of resources where that make sense to invest more in our communities and the health of our citizens But it doesn't fit a one-size-fits-all approach. You can't just take money away uniformly and put it somewhere else or or take it away altogether, i. I think we need to look at this community by community and be quite thoughtful about a mealy mouth way of saying, yes, she wants to take money away from the police and she is she's on the the mainstream democratic side. The far left is grabbing control of this party. So Donald Trump said yesterday, the Joe Biden is basically a puppet for the radical left. This is this is correct. It is true. I mean, Joe Biden is a puppet for the radical left and he's going to have to answer some serious questions about dissociating from the radical left pretty soon. At some point he's going to have to answer some questions and that's when this race. Actually. It's kind of interesting. Remember we're still pretty early here. Here's president trump going after, biden? He's against that group and it's not him. It's. He's told what to do. He's a puppet for the for the radical left. And so he is correct about this and what is the radical left there in the ascendant there in the ascendance, you can watch it happening in real time AOC. Yesterday said about the green new deal that they've been moving through the democratic calls a power, and they're gaining support for their insane green new deal, a program that would essentially bankrupt the entire Western world on the back of bad science. We've talked about insane green new deal her suggestion. Suggestion, we get rid of airplanes and that we all take trains for some reason and that we and that we retrofit every single house in the United States, and that we stopped using carbon based fossil fuels and all this nonsense, it's serious serious nonsense. But AFC was stumping for Ilhan Omar yesterday L. Mar I. Believe did win her primary where she had to leave also won her primary. Ao. See yesterday was was stumping for the green deal. This lady is in the ascendancy in that party. Oh introduced a sweeping legislation. Why didn't you pass it yet and we're like we pursue been here for five minutes second of all, even with with resolutions, the Green Appeal, your housing resolution or lots of other big progressive resolutions. We actually been creeping towards getting a majority of the Democratic Caucus signed off or and stow live people think that there's only two people on a Greenfield. No there's over a hundred members signed on of Congress signed onto the Green Dr, and she's right about this. She's Greg about this. She is the one who is now pushing forward the ship. Okay, and and good evidence that this is happening yesterday. A woman in Corey Bush was an extraordinarily radical. Leftist is a person who, for example, openly supports boycott divestment and sanctions from Israel. It's such a radical position that her democratic competitor in this primary, that just one year. A guy named William Lacy, clay who's been in Congress for twenty years. He campaigned against her radicalism and he lost according to the New York Times Corey Bush a progressive activists leader of the swelling protest Movement for racial justice. Toppled Representative William Lacy Clay, junior of Missouri in a Democratic primary on Tuesday notching the latest in a stunning string of upsets against the party establishment, Bush forty four had captured nearly forty nine percents of the vote by late. Tuesday evening. Compared with forty five point, five percent for clay according to the AP should try and fail twenty clay in two, thousand, eighteen, she lost by twenty points. But this year, she wrote a surge in support for more liberal confrontational politics within the Democratic Party amid the coronavirus pandemic and the national outcry over festering racial inequities. Now, Bush wasn't running against like an older white guy like Eliot Engel in New York. was running against one of the. His father was one of the founders William Lacy Clay. His father was one of the founders of the Congressional Black Caucus. AIDS Blackman. Bush's victory which came on the same night that Missouri voters decided to expand Medicaid eligibility was a significant milestone for insurgent progressive candidates and groups like the Justice Democrats group that backed them across the country. It shows that the same brand of politics that has helped young liberal candidates of color unseat veteran party stalwarts in places like Massachusetts and new. York could also resume deep in the heartland against a black incumbent, whose family has been synonymous with his district for decades. First of all trying to distinguish between like. Massachu- between like Boston and New York City, and Saint Louis that that like I'm sorry. But pretending urban areas of Missouri are exactly the seems like the rural heartland of Missouri. That's just a weird weird line by the New York Times like try try running corey. Bush. In the middle of like Hartland. Missouri. And I don't mean like in the major cities in rural areas like forget it Bush joins. JOINS FIGURES LIKE AFC? Who Defeated Twenty Year veteran representative Joseph Crowley in two, thousand, eighteen and Jamal Bowman last month when a primary against representative. Eliot Engel a single mother former nurse and pastor. Bush would be the first black woman to represent the state of. Missouri. In Congress the plurality of the district, which encompasses Saint Louis, and some of its innermost liberal suburbs is African American in considered safely democratic. I I love that they're saying she's the first black woman to represent the state of Missouri Illinois Rustling, a black. She's she's supplanting a black guy. So it's not like. The. Racism by supplanting a black guy with a black woman, like no tonight's Missouri. I. District has declared. Incremental approach isn't going to work any longer said Miss Bush. Should we decided that we the people have the answers and we will lead from the front lines? Clay who's the sign of a story black? Missouri political. Dynasty. In his tenth term in Congress, tried to make the campaign a referendum, not only on Bush's suitability, but also the progressive movement behind her he carried out a series of tar personal attacks. By the way all attacks somebody's record are dark and personal. If you're attacking a socialist according to the New York Times, he described prop of Outta town interests seeking to divide the democratic. Party along. Racial. Lines. Klay highlighted his own ties to the democratic power structure here, an endorsement from Pelosi, Kamala Harris of California and planned. Parenthood the Justice Democrats won anyway the. Clay, was not in the moderate progressive wings of the Party. He supported Medicare for all end the green new deal but. He was He was bashed anyway and he lost his he because he still was not radical enough. Bush built her campaign around her personal story is working class black woman pulled into public life after white police, officer shot, and killed Michael Brown in two thousand fourteen. She joined protesters in the after the shooting, and in the weeks in years that followed became one of their leaders. She's a fixture of protests across the district this summer. Bright. Line. From her experience confronting police on the streets where Brown's I'd tour victory at the ballot box. She's I'll be holding every single one of the police officers accountable. So get ready. This is your New Democratic Party. Democratic. Party is in fact, the Democratic Party and Joe Biden. Ain't GonNa hold these people back. He is not. He is not. So when the trumps calms director calls, Biden's policies a birding biden communist manifesto that is not incorrect, and now you know why the Democratic Party is so reliant on the anti-trump and they cannot rely on their can't. They also cannot rely on their record. Because they both thought, they can't rely on the platform can't rely on their their own, can they can't rely on their own body and Congress. In meanwhile, the Culture Wars Continue Apace stupidest story of the day a TCU football coach. Listen to the headline. The headline here does not match the story and it is perfect example of how dumb are moment is. And this is the Washington. Post TCU. Football coach apologizes for using racial slur that is in any context. Unacceptable. So if you just read that headline, what you would assume from headline is that the TCU football coach like use the N. Word and directed at a black layer, right? That's what you would assume. So. What actually happened? He was chiding a player for using the n word and said, you can't say the bleep. He said you can't say the word bleep. And now he's being raped over the coals for saying the word while explaining that you're not supposed to use the word. I, am not kidding. That's how dumb we have become as a country. According to The Washington Post. TCU football coach Gary Patterson on apologized for using a racial slur in an attempt to get a player to stop using the word. Patterson called his use of the slur unacceptable in any context. So you're not even is like voldemort. If you say the word trying to get people to not say the word, you've said the word and thus you have sin by trying to get people not say the word. That's how dumb we have gotten in this country. He's taking the perspective that no one should say the word in order for us to know which were not say, says the word and then like how dare you say the word? It's unreal. Several players on money boycotted practice and met with Patterson to address the incident. Former Defensive Back Nico small accuse the coach of using the word in front of the team in announced lead deleted tweet according to the AP. Several teammates tweeted that small had not included the context, the tweeted, their own explanations and several skipped practice. Freshman linebacker Dylan Jordan tweeted Monday afternoon about an exchange with Patterson at practice on Sunday in. In which you said Patterson told him to stop using the and word team meetings as he did. So Patterson repeated the slur according to Jordan Patterson, called him an effing Brad I'll send you back to pit during practice in reference to Jordan's hometown of Pittsburgh Kansas Jordan said he responded for what I did nothing. And Patterson said you've been saying bleep in the meeting room. Okay. So you're saying, don't say that that's a bad thing to say in the meeting room stopped doing it it to mature, and so now he's the one being raked over the coals. Man If you WANNA. Talk about if you WanNa talk about the injustices, identity politics got a player who's black, who says the N. Word? The coach who's white says you know what? I don't want that word used around here. Don't use the N. Word and he says the N. Word to say use it, and now the coaches the one on the hot seat. In Sane Insane. Patterson is the winningest coach TCU history. He tweeted Tuesday morning had met with senior leadership council members to discuss how we move forward as a team together. Absolutely. Crazy. Absolutely, nuts. Just ridiculous as the only ridiculous story of the day along these lines by the way. I enjoyed Oprah Winfrey explaining that whiteness gives you privileged. No matter what. She's only the richest black woman on planet earth she rose up from extraordinarily impoverished circumstances become maybe the richest woman on planet earth and she's talking about, whiteness, always gives you privilege. I'd love to know avas white people Appalachia looking at an Oprah Winfrey and thinking man man I. Wish I didn't have this. You know my privilege tragedies feel privileged looking at Oprah. Winfrey. Who owns the entire island of Maui? Here's Oprah Winfrey talking about how whiteness is always privileged even if you're Oprah Winfrey. The reason why I adore manual so much is because he is speaking to people's hearts and understands that it really is a heart issue and you all are the ones who are going to be able to change the way, your friends, your colleagues, your white family members begin to see racial injustice and racial inequities in this country. That's what happens. It's GonNa happen at your kitchen table. Table and in your living rooms and in your soccer games, that's where it's going to happen and your ability to have that influence wherever you are to speak up where we are to share your heart i. think that's how we bring bring about change and she said, you still have your whiteness. That's what the trump white privilege is. Whiteness still gives you an advantage. No matter what. No matter. What really? No matter. What Oprah Winfrey really. This is dumb world. 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Sasheer Thinks We Should Replace Police Guns With Cans of Soup

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I'm especially the man who shot at that Wendy's. Yassine excuse me right now. Let me look it up because we do need to say their names 'cause. Yeah, they're not just nameless people there, actually human beings. Yeah Ray Chard Brooks. I do therapy in a parking lot. And I was like Oh God. Does that mean I shouldn't be doing therapy the like I? Don't know it's like broad daylight. Mike. Should I be worried should not be like what if somebody calls the cops on me, 'cause it's usually it's me and this woman who now lives in the parking lot. Who Were there? Okay therapy. Harm was. She truly shot up heroin right in front of me as I was lamenting about something to marry and I was like ooh. This feels so insane that I'm like you know I had a fight with my roommate. This lady's addicted to opiates like. A whole other thing. Really puts things in perspective. It sure does, but she also has a BMW and I was like wait, so we're doing good at one point. Yeah. I mean it doesn't take. Her doesn't take much to. Make people fall fall down that hall. Honestly, no, he really doesn't. Drugs are like pringles. Once you pop, you can't stop Drugs was looking for a slogan. They should definitely adapt that. The honestly they should is the jury. Can Not Don. That! Oh but. Oh Yeah No, you go ahead. As talking about the Wendy's shooting. And I don't know I think. Wendy's called the cops or call nine one because he was drunk. In the drive thru line, and they just wanted measuring within driving drunk. But. which is like that's an incident that shouldn't be escalated to appoint someone. Saying got out worth link. If you're just trying to safely, make sure this guy doesn't get back on the road you just tell them to go park and sleep it off or you know. Make sure he gets home safely. Which I. Tell You I. mean in I haven't taken driver's Ed. Classes are very long time, but my motorcycle has they're like. If you are tired, get off the bike and lay down. Closure is whatever you have to do. Do not operate this tired. It's it's the same with the car I feel like. Don't operate a car if you're impaired, don't operate a car if you're too tired. I don't think it's wrong that he was sleeping, trying to sleep it off. Either I? Yeah affiliates. We're attacking a lot of talk to this. Immediately, but we haven't been talking we only. With us about it, yeah, because we've been going to protests and I'm so thankful that you have your man who's up on the social media's. Who's been finding the protests? Definitely, Has Been Very Cathartic in heels. Good to scream with other people You're straight up screaming at the police when we do because it was so insane, just as Gi. Joe and judge Okaz. Play leg for what for like it was very peaceful. There was nobody was doing anything bad, and it's just so crazy to have. The National Guard deployed down the street. Do you know what I'm saying like? That's so fucking wild anyway I mean you're in camouflage in West Hollywood. If you're in camouflage, put on some short shorts unholy. Cocktail! That's camouflage baby. Yeah, you're actually sticking out you're. Not Working at all. God. Need me so so angry. Yeah, but we did feel good. Oh. Yeah, they I mean they all feel good all the ones that I've been to been super peaceful until the cops get there. We went on to one protests in the group. We went onto the one on one on one. We went onto the interstate and stopped traffic and stars I could tell. The people in the cars were supportive. I'm sure move word, but there were honking raising signs, and it was, it was great awesome, and then the cops came so fast. I couldn't believe how they were like. Fifteen cop cars immediately, and then they like created this line, and they all had like their batons, and some had guns were their fingers on the trigger. And we're all your hands up. Saying hands up. Don't shoot peaceful protests or making it very clear. We're not trying to start some shit. We just want attention wannabe. Be Loud when you hear us. We to be seen and and then they're like pushing. People like you're trying to instigate thing you're trying to start. Someone swings at you, and then you have a reason start hitting people and no, thankfully, no one fell for it and they just like. Let us off the interstate but I was like just. We're so close to the exit. Just usher US off. The road. You'RE GONNA. If a cop was like, we got the message received. Please move off the interstate. You guys have taken time we understand. It is as if police don't seem to understand that you can use your words. You don't have to immediately hit somebody you don't have to immediately you know use force I get scared. Everytime pulled over, but I go in the opposite direction of being a scared person I because instantly defiant. Dare you? I dare you to shoot me and I'll tell you something if someone got a body Cam of all the Times. I've been pulled over the judge ago earned. You. Whatever you did. Off. When we got pulled over in. Washington! We rented a BMW. Up? And you zoom zooming. Of course. It got pulled over and the COP was like. Do, you were you going fast? If somebody like that and you're like I mean look at this. Needed not lab. Back to the car, and you had a head rap on and I turned to united when he comes back and tell them that I'm taking you to freedom and. E- And you were like no Nicole. Also things you could have said I didn't realize I was going that. Fast keeping up with traffic I'm sorry, officer I would. Care to me. Came back and you're like I. Promise I'll never do it again. I was like Nicole. That means you admit that you realize he did something wrong. Just say I, don't. Know I was speeding and take the ticket and let's go. Yeah Very bad. I remember. I I don't think I've told the story of a podcast, but I was smoking a cigarette and I got pulled over, and I threw my see out the window, trying to do before the cop out to my car, but as he walked up my cigarette. was like right there with him and he was like. What did you just throw out of the car? And I said a cigarette, but he goes. Why and I said because I was done with it and he goes. Can I see the inside of your car, so I lean back and he's like so you. Do you have an ashtray? And I said yes, right here. He's like how come you didn't put it out in your ashtray and I went. Oh I. Don't want that in my car. And he goes. So why would you want it? On the ground and I was like Oh. This is a hard question I don't know. And then he was like. Get Out of the car and pick it up. I said no, thank you. Get A car. Pick it up, I said. I'd rather just take the ticket he's. You don't want the ticket. It's expensive, is it? How much like five hundred dollars and I was like I mean. No. I don't want that, but I don't want to get out of the car and he's like. Why don't you want to get out of the cardinals? Guys kill people and he's like. Excuse me I, don't. Get it. I got it and then he was like. Why don't you have? Why do you still have dealer tags on your car? Your car was bought a long time ago and I said Oh. 'cause I don't want to license plate. He was like what is wrong with you. I was like I don't know and this is a conversation I've had several times because I refuse to put licence plates on my car, because guess what that's like work. It's not that Jor. Honestly I'll tell you this. I finally put the license plate of my car after my third ticket and it took five minutes. Years of harassment where you could have just. Put It on really so upset. But I will say this. All my stories where I'm like T. I'm. A dummy doesn't negate the fact that we are. Pulled over more often, and we get incarcerated more often, it's Shitty I've been lucky, I'm lucky 'cause I think I have around. Cherub like these that people are like I. Don't know this this fat face dummy. She doesn't deserve anything bad. Well. No one deserves anything. Bad doesn't matter what your tone is like what you've been doing. No one deserves to die because they ran away gotta chewed lake had expired license whatever the thing is. No one deserves to have a gun pulled out on them in the situations. In these cops they guns quick. I saw video. Spanich man who was asked, he was an open carry state He had a registered firearm in his trunk, and the COPS will give new weapons on you and he was like. Yes, they have begun on the trunk. And he said it's registered under my name and. You'll have to get out of the car and he's like. Why do I have to get out the car? Get Out of the car. And he was like next week to your Super Superior, and they were like get out of the car, and he was like I really want to speak to your superior, because it's not that serious. It's registered in my name. I'm allowed to have this. And then this officer pulled out a gun on him and he was. He was like Whoa. WHOA WHOA. That's too much and like good on him for fucking keeping a level head, because if one pulled a gun on me, I would freak the fuck out. That should scary. Very scary. It. Yeah And that's why I think defending the police and reallocating those resources to. Other programs in in communities can help with that like they are the first responders for things they don't need responding or the not qualified or train actually don't let it actually berry you things. Police are needed for e- then people. People don't understand that they're like well. If you death police who's GonNa Catch your rapist and it's like well, not the police because they do pretty bad job of that they. They haven't been doing that anyway. They don't do that, but it's not. There would be no police officers, because like the it would just be diverting some of the money that they get to other things like my sister went to school to become a guidance counselor. She lives in Chicago and Chicago public schools cannot afford to hire her as a guidance counselor, so it's like we're funding schools. We've defined healthcare. We've like government. Assistance is getting like it's just like all these things get defended, and we don't care about those things, but we're giving the cops get to drive around and Tesla's, and then they get to bring tanks out when there's protests that. What are you? What are you getting all this gear for? You think someone's come into minute Minnesota to start a war like wait why? That's obviously to corral the citizens. and we don't have that. You don't need that for us. That's what you need. If you're going overseas and actually starting a war with another country, yes. Every state to have that much military, so it's fucking nuts in i. just get so like people are like the looting. It's terrible. Looting is wrong and I'm like yeah, but what gets your attention? One. The fuck of the money. He will start listening. Yeah like. Reshot God his name What is it, Ratio Brooks! Like. It wasn't getting a lot of media attention. It was like here and then like nothing really really started covering after they burn down the fucking Wendy's. And I'm not saying it's a good thing. I'm not saying people. Should you know do shit like that? But like you can build that when he's Wendy's I'm sure that wasn't even a loss. That's not a loss. They're still making money and not saying it's a good thing, but I'm like these corporations can afford to rebuild you know who? Can't afford to rebuild people who lose a parent or lose a brother, a loses sister or like lose a family member. That's just fucked up. It's backed up. Yeah. Immoral. Cases are being reopened, which is great, which is wonderful? Good fucking. Open them up. I hope so many mortgage opened up actually resolved because. Yeah. There's a lot of murders just walking the streets. Oh, many murderers, just being like to today dilemma some starbucks. Like I, don't i. also donors semi COPS can turn off their body cams like that's an insane thing to me. I was like why are we got them in the first place right and then I was like. Why don't they motion sensor or something like? If I can look at my and with my fucking face, how come when a gun is pulled? It doesn't automatically start recording, or if the volume or your heart rate goes up. It doesn't automatically start recording, and then you can't do anything about it like that's crazy I don't know. Maybe the COP shouldn't be in charge of turn them on and off. Maybe when you put it on, it's on yet and it. It goes off when you take off like you're not allowed to actually turn it on or off I. Mean that would be a step and then. On the news last night, it was just like A. California is going to be issuing more body cams for cops and I was like we. Where's the money going? If they have billions of fucking, how all don't have fucking Bodycam? Right whereas Bitcoin, yes. I like oscillate between feeling very hopeless and feeling very hopeful. Gangs Hope Fall is Ben and Jerry's have long been allies. They hire ex convex because they believe that just because he does. The past shouldn't prohibit you from having job. They also pay more than minimum wage, and they have so many resources on their website to help you understand privilege racism. They had like a whole page on segregation in schools, and I was like Damn Ben and Jerry's doing the work and Ben and Jerry's truly was like we stand with black lives. Matter Black lives do matter, but then they like. The only companies that's a huge company that had the shit to back it up like Nike. I'm so glad that you care about black lives. What a tree is stood by Colin Kaepernick Eleven. But like what are you doing internally? What are you? What are you doing with your employees? What have you been doing with the people in charge? Do you have Black Board of? Of Directors at Nike I don't know I didn't look it up I. don't even know how to look it up. I guess I could Google Dot Com. But I don't know but like I wish companies would say yeah. We have a race problem every company that doesn't have a black person, indigenous person, a person of color on their board of directors. That's a fucking problem. Yeah that is a problem, but people are actually making moves in I think. We're in unearthing President Someone just lifted. Trash can is just like jumping all the shit out and. I think people are scared I mean. We were tweet texting this morning because I saw. You last night, you sent me he about aunt. Jemima and this woman was explaining why. The company is racist. Why on just the name on Jemima's races, the imagery races, and then this morning? The company was like you know what they're right, so we're going to change the whole. Damn thing. There's like there's this revamp their Sarah. Completely it took hours and I was like wait. You give us the whole time whole, and it's funny to be like the whole time. You could just be not racist the whole time. To call you out. Just don't just get rid of edge like imagine in nineteen ninety if they're like we're. We were founded on X. Y. and Z.. Ngoma is we presented engine Mitch you. Because of these reasons, we find this racist and we as a company. You're going to get rid of it. As opposed to like a bunch of black will be like. Here's why it's racist. I wonder if Uncle Ben's GonNa. Go Go away to. I don't know Uncle Ben's racist as well. I'm sure there's some sort of story that's like uncle. Ben Was the best slave on the plantation. He always made the extre crisp or whatever. I don't know crispy, Rice you. Know, I'm good to he'd have to go back outside. We made a mistake. Go back to the bill. I, do remember where they revamp the. Bottle because it wasn't the curvy woman with an apron bottle just like a regular bottle. You're confusing. You're racist syrups. That's MS butter. She's Mary jail the same as A bottle of liquor shaped like a man in my brain. Who is this? Fringe elegant? I do not know what this is. Hold on on, initially your brand jellicoe. Doesn't even sound like a day. I think it is fringe Elko. It's liquor. Yes? Hold on I'm finding. So he, he's more like. A like a monk. World he's married Jemima. No No. And those two. People shaped bottles. They fuck at night when everyone's sleeping, oh my God. I don't make the rules up. Sorry. The update so I guess it wasn't the curvature of the bottle, but they did take her scarf away. ooh! Natural hair kind of here she got I. Think is still the biggest like a curled like auntie hair I have that literally have haircut. Yeah before it was like very very much a work in working women's Scott. I often think about like slave times especially. This book I read this book. Kindred started a while ago just finished it recently, and it's about a woman in like the eighties you get back to slave time and I was like man. She did good I. be such a bad slave. They'd be like we have to send her away. We Ha- I don't think anyone would keep me or they would kill me. Man She's funny. She doesn't do anything she got go. Useless. Do you. A good slave would a terrible question. Wouldn't la. I. Don't even know why you're thinking about it. You absolutely wouldn't. I Yeah I actually started before we start reporting I, told a story about how just had anger issues. But Yeah I guess there will. Be Terrible I don't know. Yeah. I wouldn't really be good, which is, that's the correct answer, the a great trait to have. Got Stage. I'm on. My dating profile would be a bad slave. It'd be a bad slam. I met your regular girl. That would be like a good slave. Don't follow roles. I'm a slave of own accord. I. Two. I worked very badly in front of the National Guard at. Think, you will posted on instagram. And then on a couple of people were like so glad you could find the humor in all this and I was like. Me Too like I'm. Glad that I laughed really hard for the first time in a week like really glad, but then I was like. That's what we do like should has been bad for a very long time, but we still make. Are we still create were still fucking funny. This is also just like a really hard time like. It's just a lot to heap seeing images of black bodies being killed. And, and then we have to just live, and then we just have to like live our lives and keep existing and. That's really hard and. You don't want to like. Ignore happening or deathly ignoring what's happening? We don't to be consumed by the pain because it. It will really weigh you down until you can't do anything, so it's like. Yes, sometimes, we need to laugh sometimes. We need to cry sometimes. We need to talk about it sometimes. We don't fucking WanNa talk about it so. He has just been A. It's been a lot a lot of of a lot of. Over the week and if you are a white friend listening. In. You feel uncomfortable about all this truck. Well the Verka so sorry. fucking area. Feels Shitty if felt shitty when people ahead and talk to you since high school like how are you my bad? You can just every black person you've ever met. Truly isn't feeling great. The still that was like so weird. 'cause I guess it's happened before like where Blackie getting slain, and then I get attacks from friends being like. You know so sorry weird because like. It's not. It shouldn't just be us. It shouldn't be just not. Feeling that everyone should feel this a human life not like just because a black person's dead guy reads it to your black frame and be like okay I. Don't do that whenever a wipers dies. Time a lady named. Amy Goes for a jog and gets captured I. Don't text all my white friends and go. You feel. You'RE GONNA die. And then I think there's just like I mean I posted about this on on Instagram Lake. It wasn't just the. How're you doing questions our overwhelming? It was also what can I do. was like that's just too much emotional labor right now i. don't WanNa have to think about what assignments to give you as a white ally to make things better and to make yourself feel good like look it up the Internet spree like there's so much information. You'd have to be stupid not to see all the information that's out there. Everyone's posting things. There's literally articles that are listing here places to donate new near our organizations. That will teach you more. More information about your privilege. Here are books. You can read here podcast. You can listen to hear non seeking is how much information you don't have to ask your friend so much, but also I like do sometimes I'll just do the work because I. Fear that people won't so if you're a nice white friend, white fragility is a great book to start with Jane Elliott. Did this experiment? It's a very famous experiment called. A Brown is green is. She did it on Oprah. You can search it on Youtube. It's really eye opening, and you see a lot of white people realize things in real time. Which is Kinda cool? There's also children's books. If you have kids I don't know any names of ones, but there's a lot out there that help with explaining racism. Sesame Street did a really great special like a town hall type thing where they like explaining the protests and whatnot and I saw this tweeted. This man like good morning to everyone but sesame street. Two year olds shouldn't have to be subjected to this blah. Blah, Blah and I was like well, why not like I got told very early that my mom pray that my skin was the same as my sisters, so we wouldn't be treated differently that I'd be treated differently by my classmates that I'm inherently different I need to be careful when I'm doing some things I had to learn very early. So why shouldn't a white kid be aware? Yeah. Kids of color. Get very early. HOW THE WORLD! Could potentially treat them, so why can't should also be taught? This is how you treat people or like. Just be a why why not there they are. They get older isn't the very long to start seeing differences in people And you can teach them to. Those differences don't really. Either do mean something in some regards. Don't mean something in other regards Like this as something. I've never been able to articulate this, but. People keep telling me that their kids like my skin and I think that's weird. They're like my child loves you so much. They think you're so funny and ask them what they like best about you and they're like. She's beautiful and I love her skin. Like what is what, but then I'm like. What are the parents saying in this house? That a child is like I'm going to talk about her skin color. Maybe, it's that they haven't seen anyone with skin color. Maybe. And they're like it's different and I haven't seen that. That's interesting to me. Maybe maybe it made me feel weird. I didn't have to. I was like. How do I impact this? Her skin. Nannying or maybe it was babysitting I think this isn't high school. I don't remember, but the yes. It was high school because it was a little. English boy with a list. Who called me Mick Toe because he couldn't figure out how to say Nico, but he was like member Mick Toe. He'll stroke my arm. He was like you'll black like he yeah. in your white is a I'm chill with it. Are you chill with? And he was like I think so, and I was like okay. And I was like well. We're all different. There's different people in the world as well so sixteen, so I'm just. Going to be my job to teach this kid about race, and I remember what else I said, but then his. The next time I came over because he went to sleep before his parents came home the next time Akim over. He just announced his mother. Who was macos black? And I was like yes, and she was like. Yeah, that's Great Yeah McColl's black and she's like we'll see you in three hours, okay? Very strange yeah. I mean there's. Nothing wrong with them. Just noticing a difference is when someone. ADDS. Kahn like like more to it if they're like Oh my dad always angry when he's referencing black April they're gonNA adapt that feeling or like. My mom always gets really scared when we see people that look like that. It'd be like I. Guess they're scary, you know. They can pick up very quickly on how you how you relate to other people and then even if you're not saying with your mouth, black people are scary, black bad people are criminals or whatever they can definitely tell. What you're saying, I just remember the chant I tried to start at the mart. We're black we're scary. Wouldn't let me say. I definitely, wouldn't you're like you? Didn't even whispering either. You're like I want to start a chant. We're big we're glad. Absolutely not this not one's turning around like that. Yeah, you're right. It's probably in my best interests that I didn't start that chant. Persia boy I wish I had. started. They did. I don't remember it was. A Lotta. Hurt. Black Bucking matter 'cause leave can do. There this threat on. Twitter. and. It took me. But it was this fee? It was a facebook post. It was like looking for black editors and a bunch of white people were like. Would if I said looking for white editors and I don't understand how you don't understand just saying looking for editors inherently means you're looking for white editors. Do you know what I mean like that's that's the standard. How do you deviate from the standard without? Without saying what you're actually looking for, and then I was like they're probably looking for a black editor, because we're more than equipped to do a lot of things, we're not given the opportunity like Johnson, a great example of it. Her vote cover Schappei twenty-three-year-old photographer, who I don't think had a job like a as a high profile job. Is that before? The pictures are fucking stunning like? An incredible job, so it's like had she not? Has She just gone with a white person or someone? That vote had suggested we probably wouldn't have gotten anything like. As you know what they created together, yeah, I am. Yeah just like really like A. God. I had a black director loosely. Exactly Nicole I for the life of me. I can't remember her name I'm terrible with Anne GMS. Yes fucking Sam Jesus Christ Sam was great salmon did anything but a web series before and everyone in the room was like. But how do we know she can do this? And I was like. How do you know any director can do this I? Were a lot of you know male directors who? Who happened to be wait who have a long list of credits who were very bad directors and you gain passed on yeah and Sam Sam Bailey that is her name and Sam had done the web series, and she had done a lot in a in a small amount of time, and it looked good, and it was like I'm for me I was like I liked the she's young. I like the. She's black and she's a woman. And look what she did with a little amount of time. Imagine what she could do with a budget. Dime Davis is another. Don't know of dime had done much before a black lady sketch show, but she was one of the most incredible directors I've worked with because. We would get performance notes. And then she was just really good at shooting what she needed so like when I walk things back, I was like we use every shot that we shot. He's a lot of times you you'll, you'll shoot stuff and you're like. We're never gonNA. Use this in the edit. And you see the EH. I was fully right foot. Use It, but like all the black women. Women I've worked with have just been efficient because we have to be better than everybody else in order to get the job that nobody wants to give you the fucking job like I argued with them to give her I was like just give it to her, and they were like. Maybe she should shadow, and I think maybe couple of days shattering, but I was like she doesn't need to. Knows how to do it like it's. Very. Very annoyed. When I was looking for best friends, I put out an ad specified black best friend and then you up. If I didn't specify which. showed up and you know they may not be qualified for the job. 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There's two people in the booth. Everyone was via a phone. And it was just it was very strange, because usually like voiceover studios, they're like bustling people everywhere, and then the lady was like. Do you want a snack? And I was like of course I fucking want a snack. Though snacks are in a bowl and I don't know who prepared them and may have walked past them maybe sneezed on them, and if your own from eating a fucking pistachio, I will shoot myself. So he didn't eat anything yeah. Apparently is not left on services anymore early as far they. They're like it's not like GonNa. Stay on a desk for hours like we thought before you can still get it in the air from someone's now. I read an article instead. And touching person. I saw a headline I didn't read the article. I don't know why I'm trying to lie to you, but it said that you might be able to get corona from toilet plumes. With Corona. Peas or takes a dumpy dumped, and then you flush, and if you don't close the lid, the corona can escape. So there's like credit in excrement. I guess so well. They found Koronen semen. Because you know we got TA. Fucking Jisr. That's important. Nobody who loves his. Nobody loves JISR EAT alleges know. Why are they testing? Nobody Likes Jisr Name who likes? You. Know. Jordan, do you like is? I'm not fond of it. Kimmy. How's your JR is? Do you like Jisr? Devlin? Like I! Out gaselee every day I put choosing I talk. Again voiced is. I use it as shaving cream. Hair conditioner you name. I love. A. Just so gross to me. Yes, but I can't wait to me about special. Somebody who's just I don't mind. And that's that's the goal. Really this is someone who's just you don't mind. I'M GONNA say it in our vows. We vows thousand like promises. You're like. I promised leak. Love you stuff, even if you die and shit. Would I think he can be? I think it can be different thing. I think it can be promises or like. Even like a recap of relationship or a story, a poem a song. Make it whatever you want and I think there's rules. If you were to get married. What were your vows? Look like. Would they be like a poem? Would you do a poem? You just spoken. Word stomped poetry when I bet you. I look in your eyes and then I realized. A surprise. By. From above! Ended up. With his love. Honestly if you get married, I'm invited in. You. Don't do that I will lose my mind. I'll object, I object. When they're like, they won't have any objections. I'll be like I do. She didn't do the poem. She improvised four years ago on fat. Said if I'm, invited. I. Don't know we might have a falling out in two thousand and twenty three glad. Maybe twenty twenty three happens. Maybe. We get romantic. We don't talk no more. Why twenty twenty three inches debate something happening in three years. I don't. Yeah. Maybe after the race war, we have a real slowly out. We can't. We can't agree. On waitress is the best. Begin to a real big argument. About which raises the best? No I'm just kidding. Maybe we eloped eloped without me. Maybe you would get eloped. Maybe you would have an eloped. Runaway Elopement Ethnic. elope. Maybe you would elope. And fight me. I see. Yeah, I don't know. CLA that would hurt my feelings and I would probably lead to our friendship, demise and twenty twenty three. When you get married by eloping and you don't invite me so saying resume. So. Wait the me. eloping eventually would lead to. The falling out and why you didn't show up to the wedding, so we okay, so the race war happens, and we have like a disagreement over who the superior race. So course just an underlying thing that we have and then you went and you you. You got eloped. You didn't invite me 'cause. That's not like an elopement and then I'm like wait a minute, so we can agree on who superior races and you got married without me. I don't know. I don't know if I'm in this to win it and then. We'll make up by the end of two thousand twenty three. Okay so now. Yeah, and then twenty twenty four. We're back. We're back going and bringing a restart the podcast. We'll take a nice trip to the moon to. Friendship, again because by that time there's GonNa. Be a resort on the moon and. This isn't four years by the way. That far. He didn't want. Them. To the moon baby I'm real excited. It's going to be real, asked me to sounds great and then. When we get back from the Moon Zombie. Apocalypse will happen. To stay with me I'll just have to remind you of that, so we don't. Stay with you. The future I'm talking about doesn't seem right or foot. I mean the present is bright or mine right now. Jeep! And that's great. That's fun for me. I like it's so big. I feel so fun in it, and I feel like everyone looks at me and go and fun girl, you look. Being you? Yeah I climbed in the back seat today to see what my passengers would feel like an eye. Because Just okay I think it's good. It's better than my other car. Yeah, scrunch a bad back seat, man. Beatles didn't want to have like many passengers in your car. Anyway I'm not uber trying to bring nobody places. Virgil Shit. Subaru everybody can. Truly. which is funny because I don't want everyone. Just funny that you bought a car. That's like Rumi for people, but you're like and I've never wanted to be near person at one time. Very sure very true. I also tweeted today pretty last night, Vegan, even though I still eat kraft ranch and Eggs and then a bunch of people like you are not a Vegan, so then I kept responding to them in all caps. I am Vegan. Really, Great Time I am Megan. And I know I'm not a Vegan like. Funny, it's funny that I it sounds better than vegetarian. It does sound. You're really tainting seriously. Yeah, so that's why I like to say it. I. I'm technically a vegetarian say. Deadly eggs and Has You -Tarian? You eat fish, too. I've stopped. I stop! When's the last fishing head like two weeks ago? Calamari Yeltsin the event. Do it anymore. Had Salmon a restaurant we will into restaurant or approach says a man had like a Salmon Salad Hint. You looked at me and you're like dude you. Can't and like it's okay. We said we could eat fish. He's like straight up. So out so quickly all the time, all the time I love calling people out for nothing. For. Like literally nothing, and then after that protests, we walked I so long in. You were not happy. You know I was really sad i. just felt like everyone was lying to me and. That's why I said I said. What did you say is when we got to our friends house? She was like I'm actually tired. Guys can't come over and I was like I can give you a ride home, but it's a very long walk. If you WANNA call Uber from here and then I think you thought I was attacking you by suggesting because the way you said it. That's not the way you said you said Oh. You can get an uber by. Your, hand in my. That's not the same as oh. It's a really long way if you WANNA, get an uber chance. I'll wait for you and that'll be great. That's like so what happened. Here's my exact words. You guys I can give you a ride if you like, but truly it is a journey a long journey, a miles long journey about a half hour journey, and if you would like to get yourself in Uber, lift e Pu. You guys can do that now if you want. But I'm just GONNA. Go to do by no, you're absolutely right. I said it in a very. Rude Way. To the point where a friend was like WHOA. Then, I was like Yikes in way. Then you started walking and I guess we're just following. Dart walking I did clarify that I was like well. It's a while away. Well, you know get. I it was. I think I was tired. We were out in the sun and I do not articulate anything well. We were all tired and I also could have gotten over, but we were already paying. A man loves walking in not having an opinion either way, so that's. Yeah. I think we took eighteen thousand steps that day. Who's we marched twice? We did the whole protest and then walked the whole length of the. Yeah, because it didn't occur to me that I should have parked in the halfway point. And then might just walked like the fifteen twenty minutes to the park, and today parked so close to campus, or if they can I was like Ding Ding Ding pitch. Get a good spot and then I was like Oh shit. Fano off all the way back. Well Omega embarrassed. There was a protest in Silverlake, after I finally got to pick up my add medicine in. Everyone had signs and stuff they were like hanging out of the cars assigns signs, and I was like I. Don't have I don't have sign. Car Sign I I. Just agree. Mask sooner. I need a car sign. This is twenty twenty my gun. Is. Protests. Is Your mass some antibacterial? But I maintain October Ya'll. All. Around around we were supposed to see my chemical romance in October, and he postponed until October twenty twenty one, because that was the one thing I was looking forward to this year. I mean I'm also pretty bum an email you sent me like. Should we still do it and I was like? Should we still do it? We have to go see my chemical romance. ooh, okay. Actually of this year. They love my medical room. Same. Should we. We were talking. Yeah, really just talk and talk and talk and we really hard I Don't speak to each other every. I. texting all night last night. Yesterday. Oh. Yeah, fuck man! This is weird. I truly today was like I haven't seen this year in a minute, but he's already literally yesterday. What you? Might crazy yeah. Yes. Okay. I didn't know that. I guess we answer a question. US answer question. Do we have time, or should we just wrap it up? What one question we could do. Sure! TAKEN QUESTION Guy There's a chicken. With Avenue Answers. We won't know anything about it. I sent this year an article about how a woman she bought eggs from the grocery store, and they hash into chickens, so is the thing. The thing. My sister just got chicks so I. Don't know what's happening in the world, but it's all around. And chick some and everyone is. Bracing themselves for the race. And regarding shit again, we'll chickens and Clinton. They started a garden to you're right Yep. I'm GONNA offer the race war for the race or You. Just like you just a little bit more violent. He more itself sustain because we're. Fully Kidding I. Hope Nobody listening to this things I'm serious. I don't think resources coming. I do think. We might actually dismantle the Patriarchy in my lifetime. That me second sleet, which I think is good because any time I've talked to my. Like segregated like racism and stuff, they've never seemed hopeful or the happy. It's usually real grim conversation. Thinks so little has happened since. You know the Civil Rights Act. Of that Michael J. where it's like gay people, they WANNA quality. We just want civil rights. We just want you to be nice to us. Just be civil. Airmen. Be Civil to us. Than people like no. No, no okay. Let's get a question Kimmy on the keys. Let's get question. Do BOOP BOOP boop. Boot. High especially in the coal mine name is. Much just call me Samuel Jackson and I. Know leg you. I start there I. Just I started getting into your podcast and I've heard a couple different with this guy approach. That if you are having a problem with the friend and politically, you know Rita degree, so my question is you know as? A black woman to black women, but the current black lives matter and Just the current movement and The way right now. Do you still think that applies to a? Friendship! Friendship of four years. Let's a white woman. And I already knew our politics for kind of different, but when everything started happening, and she didn't reach out and she didn't say anything. That as she didn't care, and she knows how I feel about things because I'm very vocal. And I just completely cut her off. My question is do you think was wrong? Do you think I should have tried to sit down and talk to her? Even though I feel like I made it very clear I. I don't know I mean. He! I've had mixed. Responses from myself with people reaching out, said mixed versions of people reaching out so. It is possible. Your friend was is aware what's going on. Actually didn't know what to say this I think it's possible. Is Person was like? I don't have enough tools actually talking. With my friend and I don't know how which sets because it's like. Then then just talk than just like talking. You can figure it out, but I've also had it where people reach too much or reach out with so much concern that I'm like. The FUCK! Outta I haven't talked to you in four years and you think I need to. Tell you how I feel right now. This debate here the last watch to. A. I don't know. I guess it depends on how close you are. Like you expected this person to reach out. That sex that they didn't. what do you think? all of my dearest white friends like the people I hold near, and dear reached out, and I appreciate it them reaching out, because most of them waited a week or two, after like the real boiling point of Steph had happened in, it gave me a chance to I was a little bit in a better place to even respond to people. So like I appreciate it that is, it felt like If they were being thoughtful about my wellbeing, and then there, a lot of people who reached out like almost immediately, who I thought was a little disingenuous, and I didn't love, but like those people I truly just didn't respond to or responded to like them later or whatever I would say if you're dear. Friend like this person is a dear dear friend made reach out. I would maybe bring up. How like how you felt during the timing I felt really. Emotionally unstable I felt really sad times, and I felt depressed, and then if your friend I might give your friend opportunity to say. I was thinking of reaching out, but I didn't know if it was appropriate Kazak could have been. Your friend was going through, or your friend can go I. Don't know why you felt that way. Who fucking cares black lives don't matter Hail Hitler wait no high. Hitler. Steadily. How embarrassing. Numbers in that I didn't say that right, but anyway in good. If you explain how European it's a good barometer to to see where they are, and then if there was like if I had a friend who was like I, don't believe in black lives matter all lives, matter I would probably be like. Oh, I mean we can. We can function on a real. Work level, but like we. We're not chill like we're not. I don't consider you a friend. If you don't think my life matters, because black matter doesn't mean all lives don't matter. I would say if we meant that will go. Black lives matter everyone else's dog shit. That's what we would. The whole thing was yeah, yes. Hashtag who has been? Me Now I think it's like. That's the only way I would cut somebody out of my life if they like I don't believe in black lives. Matter I think police are grade Everyone who's been murdered deserves to die. I'd be like okay well. We don't need this, but like I don't have those people in my life. Do you know what I mean? Yeah same, and I would hope that her friend. Does, care about her black life. Black lives in general if if they're. You know like I she I would hope that this person does consider. Her Place in the country had an how how the events that have been happening. have been relating to her and yet. For some people. It's extremely awkward to talk about if they've never talked about more. and it's not even versus called in. It's not even their responsibility to get this person. Start talking about this now, but if she does feel hurt by her friend, not reading out, you can say that, because even if it was something else completely different, even if it wasn't what's been going on for the past few weeks if it was like e, birthday or like. Her filming undying a Dan of tomato soup at her into the bump on her head, and she posted about it, and her friend didn't reach out like ideally. When you reach out, you knew I got. A SUIT! Yeah you can. The victim of a drive by something. Yeah. And that's rare, so you definitely should have reached out Niagara Getting souped every day. Truly crying thinking. Book. Maybe that's how we reform the police. We just take their guns we get. And tell them y'all out. You call the coast you're making. You. Can. Lake Senior Cup Golic cans progressive. As a condensed milk. Off! Man! Truly. was fully crying. Well, I think. that. We think we Yeah I. Hope that helps. To Fund the police and give them soup. And yet don't you can definitely ask your friend about Why why they didn't reach out or or just talk about a gender you can. You can bring up how you feel general like as if you're talking to a friend. Hopefully. She can be receptive and actually say how she feels and. Actually have a conversation about it. Because you don't want to have a friend, you can't. You don't feel comfortable. Talking about stuff with or that? They don't feel Kinda retirements than you. Yet are less than a friendship. That's pretty one sided if you can't talk to them. Yeah and this is. This is who you are. This is part of your identity or blend person in America so new you will talk about this staff war, a different country because international baby. Oh, yeah, we actually now I. Don't know where you at. Crybaby. Everywhere. Not just here is everywhere. All right cool, so if you want to. Ask US a question. or Give us a shout out or common whenever you can email. Nicole insincere at G. L. 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Cliff Wife & Moby?

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1:00:34 hr | 2 years ago

Cliff Wife & Moby?

"So a couple of days ago, I was expecting my new ever lane treads that ever link gave me Lindsey, their brand new sneaker with a mission to make the world's lowest impact sneaker designed to last and built from the most sustainable raw materials available. Yeah. Sars waiting for my treads in the mail order blush ones, because I thought it'd be fun to have like blush colored sneakers, I ordered cream ones, like why zip? Yeah. You did. And I was waiting for it. And I got a box like ding Dong. It was FedEx guy. And if he was holding Neverland books, and he ended its be an, I signed, and I took it, and it's at treads on outside, and I ripped the box open because I was really excited for my threads, and I was like, what are all these clothes, and I realized I had opened my neighbors. I have neighbors ever lay million getting, I it was all these clothes, and I was like, oh, they sent me all these random close interesting. And then I realized they was for someone else. 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They have their cotton, crucial to have a bunch of those, I got their treads on the way I got their genes, which I love all their denim shirts. I love all that. I have their little drawstring shorts which I also love point is you can check out our personalized collection at Evelyn dot com slash who. Plus, you'll get free shipping on your first order. That's ever dot com slash who WHO. Everybody dot com slash hoop. You will say they wanna know. Fame welcoming weekly cuss and everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't. I'm Bobby finger. I'm Lindsey Weber happy Memorial Day. It's Memorial Day. Well, it's after hope you more all day was long, fruitful hope, you honoured the troops. I had a great Memorial Day. I'm doing Memorial Day. Honor the true with some walkie. Not you. I mean you generally, you I know what you did to Milwaukee was really fun, kind of gone. I'm worried that my voices did a lot of screaming like Putin and hollering at a wedding last night. You were what were you hooting wall, the person who got married as a singer? And so the venue was like very like was Alex like a concert venue. And there was like a lot of screaming, and like, what were you supposed to be like blue that literally did that over and over again? Yeah. Because that was part of the thing. I remember when I lost my voice in the middle of that party, like just right in the middle of the party. I think it was because this is gross. But I think are like, you know, when you like accidentally a little bit of, like bile comes up and you're like, oh, like any like choke. I think it like burned my. Sopha guess, and then I lost my voice immediately. It was really funny was like talking to Lindsay having a normal conversation. Go get a drink or come back and she's like anyway. Anyways, then I says to me says. It was honestly really it was really worrying. Because nothing had happened. I was like nothing happened to me, except like maybe I barked a little, but I didn't bar choke delayed a little bile. I gotta say, I'm blaming Rebecca's punch that like that, like that vodka punch coming out of the ruler. I had one sip of that. And I was like, I'm good. I'm good. If this is what people drink at the office, like no thank you. I think that also it was like it was like, and then I lost my voice. And then I was going, but I don't get my voice bag before we tape next like that's my one does my one job. You're one job. What if we both went mute? What like? Oh, like just we'd have to come up with a new thing like yeah. Just focused entirely on the newsletter. Ups. Well, we lost our voice so it's entirely a newsletter. We're just going to cope with print. We're gonna read recreate print. It's just a new magazine, but because we're come here or shifting from podcast, news, that are would work. No, that's fine. If it's if you transition into print, it's fine. But if you're distinct print your old and you're stupid, you're dumb ass. Do is like do the podcast written. But then have other people play us like we would have like subs, like, Harry and Meghan. That's airing tonight, Harry and Meghan play clip here about twenty times a day, an pinching myself thinking is this real, thank the royals will ever really accept it. The foam has been around for thousand years. You've known each other eighteen months to silence. I've been sent to keep you in line. Daddy, you did stage those photos. School to be hard to look at yourself in the mirror, every day pretending to be a British Royal. I do this year. Doc. That's. For lifetime, Harry and Meghan movie, follow up called Harry and Meghan a Royal. What's it called a Royal coming a Royal becoming the Royal Royal, it would be like that. And you'd have to people doing impressions of what we used to sound like, you know, he would they would both be British, but they'd be pretending to be America. Right. We would hire a either. So they would send a little weird. They would also pronounce things wrong just like we did you'd be just a little bit strange. I would write in my in my script pronounce this incorrectly. So that it would be like more authentic to me like we not being on the podcast would make us do so much more work. You know what we would have to see that. I know you'd have with jokes, we'd have to say, laugh, here, laflin make this joke. Make this pun what I find crazy is that as you pointed out, they recast, Harry and Meghan, in the follow up to Henry Wilmot, Harry, and Meghan, is that the first Harry and Meghan lifetime movie which was called Harry and Meghan a Royal romance had two actors who again, the Meghan looked more like the Meghan. Looked like Megan and the Harry did not look like, Harry, then I guess that lifetime movie just made them to famous just like Harry and Meghan themselves or more like Meghan, and they had to hire new people cast them. I cannot believe where they I can't believe these two could not come back for the sequel because it sucked. So now you have you went from Parisa Fitz Henley, who was originally Meghan to who's new Meghan, Tiffany Smith. She looks just like Meghan a she looks a lot. Like Beckett I wouldn't say just like making she looks a lot like my God, it's more like Meghan than the average. No meccan. The new Harry looks even. In Leslie, with Meghan. Harry is, I think if you described Meghan you could get a lot of girls that are gorgeous and look, kind of like, Meghan, but I think if you described Harry without actually seeing a photo of him, you get a lot of guys that look like a joke. You know. Mean true. Okay. A beautiful by racial dark hair woman. She's got like freckles a little bit. Like she's got a look. And then I'm like, okay, Harry, he's a redhead balding British, you would just get you would just get like these Rhett. The you get people that don't look like him and do not have his swagger. That makes him attractive. I guess is immigrants. I don't even like the freckles. You're right. She has like unique little characteristics. Harry really does it. He's just had British guys redhead. He's balding. You're right. Right. So they'll get offend British guy and they'll say, oh, we'll just die hair. We don't need like he doesn't have to win also like him. But I also think even more so than like how hard it is like how he sort of just fan of generic looking person. I will say, I think people just don't care about the Harry aspect, you know, they people are more interested in the Meghan aspects. So they work a little harder. Could be a cardboard cut out with a with a, you know, a cardboard cutout. He could be CGI. They just don't have the budget. No. See is expensive. But you're right. He could be a carbon cut. He could be a stuffed animal, or he could just never be shown on skin on camera. Okay. That would be fun if they put him on camera radical, it's like the whole bit is just you never see him yet. And then you don't see Harry because it's from her perspective, you don't see the president and the first season of veep. She's like, what was that? Harry. From the other room is like Arend crackers. Or when you just get like someone who can do a British exit doesn't have to be a real British person to be Harry, why does it have to be somebody who's not a real British person? Do you think they're more defensive? Oh, I'm saying it doesn't have to be I'm saying it could be anyone because all you need is the voice, I know. But you act, it would are more expensive or harder to find when, in fact, they're not, I guess, not they're actors everywhere. Okay. Nashville come see us a Nashville this weekend. It's going to be a lot of fun. I promise you and then come to a podcast at Potter, I have the podcast panels Apotex that's also going to be fun. If you're Nashville, or the general vicinity come and hang out with us to engage in panel culture for the first time in a while, yet, it's gonna be great. You know what else is great? Woods. It was cancelled his bat. It was then re cancelled again, I thought we were going to have to eat crow like Wendy Williams wants did. When she actually eight quote, she said, I'm going to eat crow, and then she ate crow member that role we've mentioned on the podcast now seventeen million, I don't have to grow. I don't have to drink whiskey. I don't have to find out who whisked cavalier is because this show is dead fun, never to be thought of it's funny, about whisky cavalier. He's both do you know that people keep saying was he and Bobby stop asking who with heavier as he's both of them. I gotta say that sucks. Because in for what's her name, it sucks for her. It sucks in Rizzoli and isles and other Franklin and bash. They each gets of their own name. She is anonymous that's really fucked up, so whiskey cavalier. We thought people thought was coming back. I honestly don't think it was coming back. I think that was a little bit of a weird every show, that's canceled. Everyone's like, please bring back my show, and they think it's going to work and let me tell you AP bio is not coming back. I'm sorry. But the tick, I don't think it's coming back. These shows that are gonna cancel. I'm sorry. I just don't think they're coming back all these kids deletions. They're done with, you know, algorithms me explaining cancellations algorithms. They see people are watching them. I I just exiting. We are exiting the era in which, like a Netflix or a Hulu desperate or a another channel desperate for like the fan. Whatever is going to be like, we'll take it because if there was a store window window and pandering defense has again, and again, not really worked. I don't think anyone watches. Encino nine one, one. What's it called Reno note, not Reno? What's it called Sinoe nine one? Right. What is the show called any Sandberg with the cops? Brooklyn nine nine. I don't. I don't think anybody actually watches that show. I know people who watch it. I don't think that show like got saved. But I don't think I don't think it got saved and actually got more viewers. It's the same thought too. I don't think so point is. I don't even want to pretend like I know what's happening into the world of television. But I would like to believe that the executives who make the decisions are based on numbers. Whatever they're not. They don't know what we're like suspicious of everything except for when they cancel with gambler, we're like we respect the outcomes on the elders, and we respect the choices, and we love the business of television. The only entertainment executive that I trust is Amy PASCAL. She go, she left Sony. She went somewhere else. She's going to make it a hit, but she's going into the spider verse only successful because of Amy don't tell me otherwise. It's only successful because of Amy. Are you kidding me and you pass Kells you know, I'm sorry, if you don't have your PASCAL you're gonna get cancelled able to complain I would pay anywhere up two thousand dollars to read all the emails involving Amy PASCAL and Spiderman. Just just to see him just a now, I want to get one of those like spy movie mirrors of her phone, you know, records, constantly, see what's happening on her phone. Thrilling Larry you punishing me. I'd never look at my phone again. I just looked at eighties. I just look at Amy's being used. Yeah, that's great. That's, that's I'm telling you right now, fucking patent it. Hello, sharks. Minute idea. I phone screen streaming twitches over. It's all about seeing what people are doing on there, just like messaging, but, like everything every thing like I open up your you open up your phone to the world. And then you get a notification like Lindsey just unlocked her phone and then you can see what you're doing. You watch me like check the web ads you watch me, check all in for tomorrow. Your watch me play design home for thirty minutes. You, walk me a, a refresh Twitter and then close it. You watch me. That's the new twitch. It doesn't matter. Let's move on. Someone fell off the why fell off a cliff Lindsey, so cliff wife other, I think the, the worst investing about being on vacation, a little bit is like, usually, I'm pretty tuned into things. But if it's something that's just solely on Twitter. Sometimes lows track. So I, I liked into like both my chat rooms, and I was like, who the fuck is cliff wife 'cause people, making jokes Busby of life, I did not on the phone. I was like all these rehearsal all these wedding functions. And then I, I was trying not to look at my phone. I was trying not to look at Twitter. And then I get a text that just said, like who cliff wife in the middle of the day? And I was like I thought it was a mistake, and it was like I don't know clipped white biz. And then I started this is what I love about cliff life 'cause like just from the Jackson, the name cliff wife. Yeah, I was in the way you asked who cliff. I was like putting the pieces together. And I felt like I had a pretty good like sort of like a blurry image that was slowly coming into focus of, what cliff wife was, and I was pretty spot on. And it's one of those things where it's like. Kind of it combines a few of the only good things about the internet, which are like a harmless harmless, virology, that's like slapstick kidding. There was like no one's dies no-balling. No injury. Like olive olive crusher lady falling. Yeah. Take Tom bowl immediate jokes like turning into turning it into beams task and toxic masculinity, which is daring thousand nineteen and up and wife's and wife's von out wipes like curvy wife and L fife and all the wife's all the whites winding all these like actually fund things like there wasn't, you know, like it wasn't like we didn't find out that shunned EROs, who's the guy who's wife fell. It is like secretly a Maga guy there really isn't it? Not yet, there really isn't any darkness as we as far as we can tell they sort of just like some boring, Snapchat influencers, but anyway. So this guy, he's on vacation with his wife and their friends, and he's famous on Snapchat has named Sean doors. He got famous on Snapchat. He's been called the very first netjets liberty, like personnel created themselves on snapping when he do he does like a he augments photos with, like drawings on Instagram. Yeah, he. He was he's been called quote snapshots first homegrown celebrity. There was a time when he was making a hundred thousand dollars a week that near pipe and smoke it stick that on your cliff and driving. He makes. Oh my God. So sorry, you're not pay attention to do Snapchat influencers, whatever. But this guy, he's like, in his thirties early thirties, he and his wife are on this, like beautiful, like, sort of Beechy, tropical vacation with some other piece obviously, obviously, they're documenting everything I was filming this and I him found out. Maybe you have someone is filming the whole family walk along this cliff, the whole group, not just family came with, like a professional photographer like truly, but they're all all the all liquor gopro people, you know, and she's walking, and she slips off this cliff, she tumbles. And the camera follows her she falls off the cliff probably about fourteen feet and onto like a rocky beats big enough to be like, oh my God. Are you? Okay. And to do a like a little bit of an ankle sprain, but it's not big enough to be like. Call nine one one. Do you know what I mean? There's as she doesn't line. And it doesn't hit her head, right? And she doesn't hit the rocks. It's extremely, I mean, it's extremely all of all of smasher lady fall, so the wife falls off the cliff. Oh, she tumbles. Oh, this happened days ago, she felt the clip of a cliff, but, you know, an any other normal person would be like, that's it by fell off a cliff funny video for the friends and family. She's fine. It's okay these two because the internet broke their brain long ago. No immediately take out the boat gopro sit down on the side. She's like kind of document. She's kind of like about something if she's okay she's a little bit like flustered and immediately press record on this engine. He's alive. Still the best day ever. Yes. We have some wounds back here. Some data wounds, right there. Some data wounds in there to survive on the edge right here. Wow. Can you? Yeah. That was the freaky thing that has ever happened to me. I think it's a twenty minute video, and they're sitting on their little, you know, vacation getaway porch and they're sitting in their chairs consoling each other talking about the story, laughing occasionally talking about how you know, they're so lucky how look fragile, delicate life is and how we should all be thankful about everything. But I love the title. The title is all caps, Jenny fell off the trail. And then and then lower case, scary moment for our family. And I gotta say, this is the image the, the the what do you call it the still that go with it? The thumbnail kills me. It is a photo of her sobbing into his arms, and these consoling her. And then there's like different image superimposed like a circle around it of her falling off the cliff. And they make click bait with this. I'm clicking clicking on this so hard with also crazy about this. That has five hundred thousand views other stuff of there's more of us like cliff way for them wasn't even their mo- biggest moment. No. You know, I wanna read, I wanna read, I don't know where he wrote this. I think he wrote it on, on, on his tweet yet. And he shared the video, but he wrote I watched my. Yeah. This is what made it viral. We're not even part of why don't even the part where where it gets viral. This is what made Enviro for Twitter. Go say it and said, I watched my wife fall off a cliff ellipse your spelt wrong while you apus vary. Your whole world can change in a matter of seconds. So that goes by then everyone's talking about cliff wife. They don't. I mean, this is again, and we can laugh about this, because she's okay? I just loved that we all decided to call her. Cliff wipe, it's so disrespectful, so disrespectful. She's not Jenny. She's cliff wife. Mitchell forever be clipped wife, but there were some really good. Obviously. There was some really good jokes about cliff wife immediately my favorite, my favorite one. I mean there are a few good ones where it's like today is another wife day on cl- on Twitter. There's one this woman, this is how I found out about it, whenever you were like, who cliff wife? I searched cliff wife and one of the first tweets that I saw was someone saying, crying laughing alone in the car at all the different wives of online just ruining my makeup curve wife, elf wife, the wife, who was emailed, the wife, who fell off a cliff everyday, and who I for us to guffaw about an endless parade of wives. But my favorite cliff wife tweet was the one that I emailed, you that said, Moby parentheses watching some other guys away fall down a cliff Ono, my wife, which will just like, if you don't you might not get that. But you will if you stay tuned, after we do this ad. Why should we care about Billy? I don't know who Billy is Billy cliff wife. 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Nobody has had them relevancy for a very long time musically. He could have aged into being kind of like diplo guy 'cause he was always doing production and remixing of other artists. Right. He had his own thing, but he mostly worked with other artists like all of his biggest hits were featuring etc. But he didn't really continue on that journey. No. We didn't he like sort of. I don't know sink into his books into his like whatever like he didn't. He didn't make music anyone cared about anymore. You know, like he did his pop stuff now. Pops up radio friendly stuff and then like every album sense, which I listened to a lot of them. Honestly, you're they're not. I used to listen to Moby like when his new apples would come out, I would check them out, and my will check all, but absolutely check them out and they're just not the same. It's just like he's just doing. He has the, the freedom. I guess, at that point like he made his money. Now he can just like truly release whatever the fuck he wants. And that's what he did for a long time. And then he was like, no, I want to write a book and then he did. And all the book did was get him in. Trouble could you tell me Mobis real name? It's not cliff wife. No. It's still not cliff wait. Guess? Okay, here. I'll get Hobie OBI. No tobias. It doesn't rhyme with Moby. Okay. Wait. How did you get Rick? I don't know. I is Richard and what middle name is the, the last name of a famous author who wrote a book that I think Moby is named after. I just got it. Rick millville. Yup. And his low God's remember when hipster wife, I got hipster. Remember what hipster Griff der- had that saying, and she said, I'm gonna throw my hotdog down your blank blank, what was that? Do you remember this at all like down your hallway, yes, his last name is the first part of that word hot know what word all? Oh, that's pretty good. His name is Richard Melville hall. I just got Moby while I like as I did that game will be because of Melville I'm and I'm gadding. Hey, okay, so remember, his cribs episode, where he shows off his bookshelf, and say, what worries me that no one else on the show has a bookshelf, look ahead to show of my bookshelf. I remember that episode. I'm Moby camman decide, this is my nice home here in lary side of Manhattan trying to where we start our tour. I've watched a few of these cribs and the thing that seems strange to me doesn't seem like anyone has a book show kind of concern that people aren't reading anymore. So in case you don't remember who Moby is. And I feel like honestly that's not that crazy to say is that Moby was a, a amid 'oughts kind of pop artists. He was like, more of like a like a house ambient guy in the nineties Horlick. He was just a house ambient musician, who had released like pseudo popular albums in that specific, gene, rather than he releases an album called play and it hits blue and sells like, and it sells billions and billions and billions of copies because every single song on it was licensed. So the reason Moby blew up is because that album was literally everywhere it was used in movie trailers, it was used in commercials. It was Houston television shows, though, songs were all over the place for like four years straight. And then that's like. All he needed, you know, like and and similar things happened with his earlier albums, like, most iconic, Lii in my opinion, scream one ends with a song from everything is wrong in a lot of. A lot of a lot of those early a lot of those early mobile app like were still featured. They were licensed to help, but they weren't as like huge as play what was a song. I cool high as the one in spring. Hi, this is gale weathers with an exclusive I witness account of this amazing breaking story. Several local teams are dead, bringing to an end heroin, the three of the mass killing that has terrified peaceful communities like the hot of some scary. It all began with a scream over. Ended in a bloodbath blocked. All the way down here in this weakness born. Siro the largest. I really liked the, the heat southside featuring Wednesday. Font of that was a good song for me. But moldy also was kind of known he had his vegan and that was a big thing for him. And he had a restaurant called teeny teeny, teeny. T N Y. Okay. And he opened also vegan restaurant called little pine in silver, but he was a vegan, whenever like broader culture thought. Vegans? We're like lamest hell. And like they masculine them in, like was like your fucking dumb ass, baby. Right. And now veganism as like not really malign the way it was like, Moby was made fun of a lot and it turns out, it was understandably. Well, maybe in the nineties, you'd be like doping meet a Moby. And now it's like the mobile survived. This long doing a lot of different things while only kind of getting kind of owned four different like just like stupid things like being vegan or like kind of being hipster, or whatever like that was the main kind of thing he wrote, this is not his first book. He wrote he's written a few books. He's written essays he, he loves to. Right. Right. And so he wrote a memoir in two thousand sixteen and then he wrote a book called things then at fault fell apart. And it was a memoir that was released this year. And it covered his life from nine thousand nine hundred ninety to two thousand nine which is funny because it's like what was shit hit the fan, right? Like, what else was there to cover like what was the first one about, like childhood, or something childhood, and like his like house music scene? It was eight or you seem till the reporting of play time two hundred nine so he split up his life into two different books and this. Book came out, and I don't really think anyone would have cared about this book, which is I find really amusing. It's like people kind of would have let it pass by Moby fans would have bought it or maybe I don't know, like like it could it could have come out from it. That was silly or little about the making of the album because people do still kind of do care about that album. And there are people who like, may not read anything, but they like reading celebrity memoirs like there are people who just loves liberty memoirs, and they will read anything. That's true. That's true. So Moby puts out this book, people don't really care or people. You think that nobody would really care? And then it starts getting people start reading it or somebody read it and writes that, in his book, he talks about having a relationship with Natalie Portman, and the way that he writes about it is, you have the do you have the actual text. What sucks is that this is in the book? So it's like it's he apologizes. But it still published in this book. You know, it's not like he gave this interview randomly to someone and then it gets to apologize in b. Amended by publications. It's like in this book, by the way, this is another thing. A lot of people brought this up when this when this happened was that, did, you know, and, you know, this, Bobby. But our listeners that most books are not fact checked. They're not backtrack. But the thing that people assume that books are factory, but they're not checking is really, really expensive and time consuming and publishers for an author pays for fact, checker, he will not get fact checked she or she will knock it fact check. So that is the main issue here that we're dealing with which is a big deal then you have something like this. Where Moby says, I did a deli Portman, and then Natalie Portman is not getting a phone call from factor saying, did you date Moby or whatever. Right. Exactly. So let me just read the, the expert, I have it here. So he was performing some thing and Natalie was there. Madonna was there when the Paltrow was there, then at the end of the show, he was backstage, and it's nineteen Eighty-nine, and he says, somehow adored, hoping to this glowing golden world and Natalie and Gwen of and Madonna and live. And David Letterman and Elton John were holding it open smiling. And telling me they loved me. If nineteen year old made the punk rock, philosophy major could've seen what was going on? He would have been disgusted by, by me, obsequious running dog pursuit of fame. Really? He would've asked you're buying into the celebrity bullshit. Don't you know it's all facile celebration of commerce on mediocrity. And I would have said, but look there's Natalie Portman and she's being so nice to me. So Natalie Portman like came up to him after the show and they talked about they like talked after the show and he said like they went down and tell for Sachi's party together. They like we're in a limo together then later on in the book, he says that like they kissed a lot on like Harvard campus because she was in Harvard because she was only eighteen and they would like kiss, and they had a couple of moments. And they dated and unle- Portman finds out that this is in the book because obviously she didn't read it. He didn't send it to her. This story is kind of this. I mean did did you read the full exert? No. Like this story is kind of weird, the key paints her to be basically the manic pixie dream girl that she is in Garden State, like it's very strange like he doesn't. It's a key as an. Understand why she's coming onto him, but she's like Moby let comeback stage in, like I want to come back stage and like talk to you and did it up like you know, it claims that they and then he claims that they like dated or whatever, whatever dating means. So then Natalie Portman response to this in Harper's bazaar. And she says, I was surprised to hear that he characterized the very short time that I knew him as dating because Mike, my recollection is that a very much older man is a much older man, being creepy with me when I just graduated high school. He was on tour and I was working shooting a film. So we only hung out a handful of times before I realized that this was an older man, who was interested in me in a way that felt inappropriate. She points out that she was eighteen when they started hanging out not twenty because apparently in the book he writes that she was twenty years old, then Moby, because he's digging himself a whole says Natalie, we dated and then his proof as a photo of him shirtless. Like side hugging him be Natalie, which is like a shirt. I mean a photo that you could take with anyone, there's nothing remotely sexy, romantic or is about that. Photo response was like I recently read a Gaza. A piece where a Natalie Portman said that we'd never dated this confused me, as we did, in fact, date, and after briefly dating in one thousand nine hundred nine sorry, we remained friends for years, I like Natalie. I respect her intelligence and activism, but to be honest, I can't figure out why she would actively misrepresent our albeit brief involvement. So that'll be a brief, I think is the main thing here is like they hung out a few times, maybe he saw the mistakes. Maybe she didn't when it started getting a little bit more romantic. Maybe that's when she was like, never mind when he thought, oh, we've been dating this whole time, am I? Right. Then he got so much backlash that he fully apologized for on Instagram in a photo that says from Moby an apology. And then he's like I read all the criticisms law bought it was truly considered. It was truly considered me to not let her know about her inclusion of the book beforehand, and equally and consider me for not to fully respect her reaction. I have a lot of admirations for Natalie for intelligence creativity and animal rights, activism, and I hate the I have caused her and her family distress. So we apologize apparent. It's like not going to be in the future printings of the book. Oh, really? Oh, that's interesting. That's because the the way that he writes about it sort of suggests that it's not going to be in the future printings, although who knows if it's probably going to get a second printing. Let's see where it all, but apparently Moby, and I, I'm just googling around. And I'm seeing this now he apparently makes a lot of like weird statements to blogs like he apparently is kind of known for that a lot of lies. He said he might have accidents helped create the ipod and the iphone in an interview with the guardian. I mean you've just done this. I guess a lot a lot a lot. He's been in the right before he was just in the wrong here. But the way that he was in the wrong was so dramatically in the wrong. And the way like there was such a there was such an easy way to apologize for this behavior because on the grand scheme of like inappropriate relationships. It's kind of on the lower end, and even Natalie admitted that she was like I realized its relationship was creepy. So I ended it and that's it. So he could have been like, oh, I shouldn't have said that I saw this as something else, but obviously, she didn't. Let's move on. I'm sorry. I should have checked, but they're like there were so many ways to get past this, or this wouldn't have been a thing. And again, he didn't do them, which is what says which him not doing those follow up thing says more about his character than what is actually written into the thing, you know, apparently. And this is something I also kind of vaguely remember is that like New York media was obsessed with Moby at a certain point me being like the mid two thousands. They just like run about him nonstop like Gawker vulture page six all that like really, really talked around. He just kind of one of those guys that would always show up and do weird things in ways that were intriguing to the press do naming. In like an also that he would kind of fight back against stuff. He was because he was always like a round in when the indie band scene was big like he also kind of floated around that a lot. He just one of those guys, it's always like putting his foot in his mouth. I guess, but before we move on, let's talk about one more anecdote from the Moby book, which has that he also dated Lizzy grant, whose grant, Lana del Rey's, all name dated. He met her. They kissed a couple of times. Because the couple times, and they went on one day to a vegan restaurant. Little. Although, again, Moby wrote, this taken with a grain of salt. Also, this is about Lizzie. So who knows what Lizzy is kind of a. Alana might not even recognize that Lizzie ever existed. Okay. Here we go. So, again, 'cause Lana New York girl, or she from Connecticut. She was like a New York Seaney person. Lana from Connecticut Alana's, from New York, but Lizzie might be from Connecticut. Lawn us from Malibu Couto short. She's from California these from New Jersey, but like music scene trying to on the come up on the music scene. It makes sense that they would interact. Okay. Sure. But again, take it with a grain of salt because Moby wrote he writes, we'd kiss at the bar at four AM just as the place was closing. And I'd asked her to come home with me. She smiled and said, no, she wouldn't go home with me after just meeting me. But she would happily go on a date, if I called her and asked her out, I call it the next day. And we talked for thirty minutes about music and politics and growing up in the suburbs of I love to have that conversation with Lana, and then they meet at a vegan restaurant, this is two thousand six then blow. This is a another expert. Another excerpt. Lana says, do you have a piano Moby says, three in his apartment, he says, yes? Back on the second floor and Lana goes floors in an apartment Moby. You know, you're the man and Moby says haha. Thanks and Lana says. No, not like that. You're rich wasps. You're a wish rich wasp from Connecticut, and you live in a five level, penthouse your quote the man as in stick it to the man as in the person they guillotine in the revolution. And then Moby rights, I didn't know she. I didn't know if she was insulting me. But I decided to take it as a compliment. This is lacking in self awareness. He is was like, UC's insulting. You like there's an, there's no subtext there. She's like calling you at NASA. All she's she has no respect for season, -sulting you. She's insulting you and he's like, oh, like, oh, I'm horny. Yeah. I really like also now that the Daily Mail now that we care about movie for like a hot minute. The Daily Mail rights Moby enjoys low key lunch date with mystery blonde, and L A amid controversy surrounding tell all memoir. Do you know Mobis mystery woman Email tips that Daily Mail duck? They're trying. They're trying. How do you measure yourself? Play was your biggest hit. Right. You've never topped that since why? That's a good question. You keep saying that that's what he had to do yet. And I'm I don't know. Anyways Moby is back. But also, we don't care that he's back is mobile Hora them. He's who. Right. He's a he's a who I'm sorry. He's. Oh, yeah. No. Who's back who Ben? Hello, bottom Carter. She's back. Bottom is back. Hello bomb them. But new mystery man that she's dating who's a few years her. See her junior. I, I love it when a famous sort of like middle-age celebrity starts dating a younger academic. Hello, Nari Oxman. Hello. I mean nary X men, but, like do even know if that happened Narayan's Manila mystery. I mean. Maybe they went to a vegan restaurant and talked about politics for thirty minutes on the phone, right? Like did they date did they don't know or did they talk about Mary Osman, and Brad Pitt by now? The real question is with this thing is like, did they quote unquote date or did they just talk about a live going all the suburbs? And veganism for twenty minutes on the phone. I mean, yeah, I don't know how I don't know what it takes for Moby to actually categorize something as a romantic relationships start saying things earth. Did they date or was it a Moby date or was it a Moby Natalie? Or was it a Moby Lana mobile Lizzy a mobile Lizzy Lizzy situation? No, I think this one is not because they've been seen together. They are like holding their hands. Race doesn't necessarily mean we're a romantically connected, but there's some intimacy there. That's not like Moby shirtless side hugging, Natalie Portman, you know, I also appreciate this, because Helena, Bonham Carter was with Tim Burton for a long time member. The iconic reports of them living in separate houses connected by a tunnel. Love that love that for anyone. But honestly love that for them mostly for the I think, towards the end things got a little bit too serious a little bit, too eccentric, a little bit too dramatic. And so they broke up which seems like you're, you're describing Helena Bonham Carter bright. And then she found this younger PHD candidate. He's an art historian in London. He worked at a university. His aim is what is it Lindsay rise by Dag homo all ball? It's an Anglo Scandinavian. Let's break this name down ROY, as in the bread Dag, as in Dag that looked some good ri- bread. And home blow as in. I'm Scandinavia as in Norway. Hello, Anyone homeboys in my stomach can't handle any spice as in all take the ri- with just butter. Thank you. Very much wasn't. I need SPF thousand so you can relate. Oh, yeah. Okay, so Google, and it's like honestly, sort of boring like when you go him when you do the like pro googling where you're like rideaid Hambo, minus Helena, Bonham Carter, so you don't get all the messy new stuff. It's just like oh, interviewed some artists about an art. Oh, he like did an art thing in the art review. Oh, he works at this place. Oh he had a to him, but he stopped updating it when he got better job at the university like that's it. He's just a boring university guy, which is again, I love that sort of celebrity also don't you, sometimes it doesn't for some people, you also get not me, but a lot of people with who are very, you know, have long family, tree slash histories, you get these amazing kind of, like heritage sites hundreds of. Them that have his name because he TB unclear but is might be related to this. Norwegian politician from the eighteen hundreds names. Janice, yen's Lindsey, yen's homeboy, and there's another one name, Johann Hon, Rick Reilly homeboy, but it's confusing. It's hard to trace this because you tell me, I know are a lot of Genealogists people out there who are really good at this genealogy people who are good at this, but because his name is the last name. His name is ri- home. No, it's hard to put where he is in this family, because everyone else's last names, are ride home, bro accents. But when you read about him on the Daily Mail a few instances, they call him like the sun or, like, the, the heir to a wealthy, like Anglo, Scandinavian family, might just beginning as we are also might be guessing. But I mean look at him. Look at 'em. They look at him. We'll get as. Credential. That's what is sounds like he came from a wealthy Scandinavian family. Yeah. The best part is this, this Daily Mail, there's a few Daily Mail things. But I will say the best one is Bobby found one from a few months ago I started PDA when they first started PDF out on the bending, and they went out on a date in London town, and they wanted some lunch. They were good. No little a little peckish until they stopped at an outdoor cafe. You know, Helena all eyes on Helena. She was wearing a book. Brexit, has bollocks sticker on her puffy jacket and she's like, making a political statement and she's holding hands with this younger Bo. And they stopped for lunch, and they order some, you know, delicious. Read the headline healthy salad. But some thinly sliced zucchini noodles. Stop. There's a photo of her holding up a noodle to our math, and she's kind of sucking it. But it took it's not like a normal, pasta noodle. It's like a long vegetable doodle dragon eyes are closed. And she says the caption says, however it proved difficult to eat. But then he grace and she resorted to a holding one end of the green vegetables, sliver above her head, while sucking the other between her lips. It's a great Daily Mail article the headline is good. It says the Helena Bonham Carter fifty two sports a Bullock's to Brexit sticker as she steps out with boyfriend ride home, bro. Thirty Doug dot dot dot but struggles with a core jet spiral during all fresco lunch date struggles with the core jet spiral, aren't we all just released Regling struggling with the courtship spiral as we speak as we, let's move on. It sounds like something that makes you like it's like, oh I need some. I don't know ammonium like what do you need when you're struggling with the courtship spiting whenever, I'm something food. I need Tom is what usually is the case. If you're going gonna talk about struggle, I like there's photos of her laughing, and it says upbeat despite the current state of British politics and the inevitability of Britain's departure from the European Union, Helena was high in spirits while chatting with her new boyfriend. That's incredible. That's incredible. And you wonder why the UK cannot figure out how to do. Brexit's because of shit like that. You know, we're focused on other things. Absolutely. But despite the current state of British politics and the evidence of Britain's departure from the European Union. We have to talk about, Catherine Scorsese. Unfortunately, these basement flooded. This is a tough situation. Here's what happened. Catherine. Stacey owns a one point four million dollar Brooklyn, loft which she did by for eight eight hundred thousand dollars in to something or another. But it is worth a lot when that was Marcus ill market. But that was still expensive in two thousand eight got flooded with poopie from upstairs, also poopie from downstairs. I mean it's a poopie from the building. So the came in and just flooded pork half. I don't want anyone score upstairs downstairs, poopie apartment and Cavins Scorsese's, half sister who thought she was doing a nice thing started. A gofundme me for her her half sister, Catherine Scorsese, and said, please, my SIS, a Catherine's, loft, is flooding with poop, I need help. She needs help to put her animals. I don't know somewhere while she stays because she had insurance she has insurance claims but the insurance wasn't gonna pay for housing for her animals. She has all these animals, and then everybody was like, Scorsese, excuse me, excuse me. I don't think we're going to give you like ten thousand dollars for you to fix a book and million dollar apartment. If your father is Martin Scorsese, call burns grows even if they're even if they don't have the closest relationship, which I really can't tell they've worked together in the past Mark Martin's given her some work on his movies before. But like small little things. They have they have a relationship like the most recent thing that can find not about poopie part like poopie basement. Is some stuff from a few years ago where he acted a movie kind of as a favor this little, like weird online. Only movie that, honestly, I can't even it it's so insignificant doesn't matter. But, like they have sort of some sort of relationship, but apparently she doesn't get financial help from him. Didn't she say, like I paid for this myself. I don't get paid by my. I don't have a trust for the target was low speed thirty thousand dollars at got shut down around six. They raised six thousand dollars. Yeah. I think he got shut down when people were kind of like rude about it. This is a little bit too much, which I understand a lot of people are asking money for a lot of different things. I just even if she wasn't Martin Scorsese's daughter, I would say asking for money because your insurance company won't pay for a big enough place for your animals is a little low on the totem pole. It's low on the total pole. Yeah. And then he happened to be funny me. Yeah. Yeah, it's a little tone deaf is what it is. But even it's Catherine. Didn't even make it. Her half sister did it's tone deaf on the half sisters. I now do not ask Kathy. I mean you kind of supposed to. Ask the questions I was going to say it's kind of tone death like Marne Scorsese's recent. And then I couldn't think of a thing that he's an oh, vinyl tone-deaf like Martin Scorsese's, recent HBO show vinyl that was that was canceled after one season MU, that's rude. That's a little rude. Did you watch vinyl? Did I watch final? I watched one episode of vinyl, well, you know. For this. Tall asking them to tell. Case you haven't heard the deal with PolyGram all we're not selling the company will be trimming our roster and less. This means less need to kiss the asses of those honest, so forty percent of us support staff will be like go hatch shred. What about us who us in our, you're all five effective? Immediately. Let's move onto one. More thing before we do Rita. I just this cracks me the shit up. Can I just read this headline free, because sometimes stuff comes up from Australia, you know, we talk about it, and we're just like what is going on in Australia? Can somebody just fucking translate this remained English, even though they speak the same language as me, here's one quote, some might call this a sad day? The bachelor's Heather Multon quits, her Gold Coast breakfast radio job, to pursue an acting career in China. So I I read this and I was like you gotta do the madelynn. Like, who what we're one high of how why how how you will. Win where I'm high is that what you said? I'm not high, but I will be in an hour. The batch so who the bachelor's had their multi, and she was she was a contestant on a season of the Australian bachelor who what, what she quit her job as a breakfast radio host. Okay. Who let a great job who was at a breakfast radio air, Australia. Why? Because she wants to pursue an acting career in China. Okay. How a. Lee. She is she wrote that she is. She slow this year. I sold a TV show about me, trying to make it big and China to CHAI. I think she sold it in Australia. But then television company, I'll, I think the show is about her trying to make a big in China, and she's trying to make it big in China. Then the show is this year, I sold a TV show, but me trying to make a big in China. That's a fact, actually going to try to make a big and China that's her. Well. I'm gonna read that again. Okay. Everyone pull up a chair, this has me, like imagine Lisa. Lisa lopez. Do the math. You're ready to map. Get ready to listen to this woman this year, I sold a show about me trying to make it big in China. That's a fact, actually going to try and make it big as an actor in China. Okay. So she's going to China, and she's going to try to make a show about her trying to make big in China, which is otherwise known as a reality show. Yeah. But she this year, I feel the reality reality show about her trying to make it big in China, and she sang. Well, I actually really am trying to make a big in China as my reality show implies. Okay. I gotta say I don't really know what to expect from this, because she says she wants to make a big. It's in the Daily Mail editorialize it and says that it's one her when he'd be an actor, but it could easily be a reality show. No. But the reality show is about her trying to become an actor in China. Oh my God. Maybe she'll sit Jessie j maybe she'll be like Jessie j situation. What does that mean? She'll start singing. She'll marry Channing Tatum. Oh. Well, we don't even know what this woman's talent is Jessie j has a very harmless. Shelly being on the bachelor and talking at early in the morning, which that's good wouldn't most of us love any of those talents. I would I really would what I will say as I actually hate Heather Mohlmann ater. Did you see this line in December two thousand eighteen had the revealed? She tried out for the role of that woman, but producers decided to cast, ruby rose. Instead. No. That's not why Heather moment. Why I hit her because of this line from the Daily Mail story, she's talking about how she's also going to start a podcast and she says, as I look towards a podcast, comma, otherwise known as unemployment, you have to take risks to get what you want. Heather had them to not only it's hemline employment had their it's full employment. Tell my accountant, Richard, that this is unemployment. Okay. 'cause I'm paying taxes on this thing. And a lot of tax by right? Had their Heather Heather, you know nothing about a podcast. I'd like to see you, try. Okay. I don't wanna see her try. I'd like to hear you try. At least I get to walk away, knowing I was treated myself. I did the right thing. I cared about him open. Hardly. And I haven't done that with a guy before. Does he only to me, that's? I guess that was the risk I took. So it's one more Daily Mail headlined, and I don't, and I just going to say it, and we're gonna give no context and move on to read it. Michael Caine eighty-five returns to tramp nightclub with his wife. Shakira, seventy-five dot dot dot forty eight years after they met at legendary London venue, parentheses were actor also got punched in the face by George Best parentheses. So we're not gonna come or just gonna move on. We'll can I I'll maybe we'll do the who what where why how, and then move who what will wear Hiwa, Michael Cain and his wife. Shakira. No last name. She Kira Kate sick got it, who what return to tramp nightclub forty eight years after they met. Got it. Why? Oh, because they returned forty eight years after they met just hang out. When this year. How, how did they get there? I don't know. And then put it in there. How would be where actor also got punched in the face by George Best, which is apparently a classic tale that the Daily Mail, like famously famously got punched know what it is Lindsay. It's who will win where. Armours Michael Cain and Shakira. What returns returns where to tramp nightclub a legendary London venue were actor also got punched in the face by George Best. That's what it is, who will win wear. Because we'll never know the why we can never answer. The why don't come here. If you want the why don't go to Daily Mail, if you want the why go there if you want the George famously kicked off his autobiography, the good the bad and the bubbly nine hundred ninety with the immortal line. I punched Michael Caine on the floor in tramp one night. What do you think about floor? I know that it makes you smell good. And God knows it summer. So I'm gonna need a little bit of sent. Let's do the who what when where about floor who floor. What a company that makes stunning nontoxic perfumes and lists all their ingredients on line. They're all about good clean fun. When now whenever you want it whenever you want to wear. I'll tell you where. Fuller dot com. H L U, R dot com. You need the with the every floor is gender free. They're completely transparent. They tell you everything in their perfumes, and they just introduced a body wash and body lotion, and the same sense you can smell amazing all the time. I love that. Can I add on an extra one? Yeah. How much well if you use promo code who WHO, you'll get twenty percents off your first custom filler sample, set you pick three cents to try and get credit towards a full-size bottle of your favorite. That's promo code who WHO at floor dot com to your first three flerfu fragrances at twenty percent off. P. H. L. U R dot com. Was she wary, where was she seeing? She posted. Why Onondaga Graham? She's a who clean ten. Cavo to. What's Rita ORA up to who is this woman? So what is Rita up to weirdly a she's up to so much this live show is getting tremendous reviews. Everyone loves it. Shots at New York. I've got us e this live show. She apparently goes in the air she goes to his wing. She has special guests who speaks wings, Phoenix wings, special guests like Charlie XY x and Shaun king. Nope. Sean, paul. Sean, paul. That's great. I know and have great guests. She's great guesses. She comes to New York. New york. Right. Gave her an amazing review that gave her four to five stars. She spends a glorious ninety minutes, delivering high octane hits were split a little bit short resplendent in a bejewelled mini dress, and iridescent knee-high boots. She moves with constants she moved with confidence, and sings with precision, sustaining lively often provocative dance moves missing on note sings with precision. Oh my, my. She awful. Yeah. She's a credible. And also, you said ninety minutes isn't enough. I think it's enough. I just want to I don't want like deep cuts from Rita. Again, she doesn't have she has limited inventory. Yeah, that's true. I think ninety minutes is perfect. So she was a Cam, we talked about how she was a canned doing some magnum ice cream PR. She loves dipping the ice cream just like everyone while she was in cancer was wearing a lot of. Expensive fancy jewels and there was a courier who was supposed to be moving the jewelry back from Rita to the luxury brand. And I'm quoting, I believe page six here. The courier who was tasked with transporting the jewelry loaned by the luxury brand. Forgot her carry on luggage on her plane at the airport in needs at the airport in these France, after all right from my, according to patients France-Presse by the time she realized the plane had already taken off on the way to Luton. A police source toll page six someone with their head in the clouds and nearly lost several million. They got it back. It's fine weights aware is this jewelry just sitting just sitting on the plane just sitting on the plane or the captured or they, they found because they clean up the plane before it was probably lost and found that's crazy. If you you'd think you wouldn't forget, the one thing, the one thing, your job is to mind, is literally, if you had one job where it's the when you had one job beam if you had one job, and of course, reader, or his name is involved in this, of course, read or is involved in this. I mean she had nothing to really do with this. But did she I don't know. Is it a heist? Maybe it's fine. Her name on her name's just on it. Maybe the last thing that she's up to is we talked about her being the radio wants big weekend, but she turned up the heat in a pink plate. She turned up the heat in a pink blazer style bodysuit and racy fishnet tights while doing so she'll cool. When doesn't look good. Will she'll Wrigley cool. She always looks cool Rita ORA. She's always looking cool on trying to find a really good caption. It says racy the anywhere songstress put on typically debt, a typically sizzling display for her energetic said, as she highlighted her lean legs in vibrant, fishnet tights. Hardly turning up the heat. It. Who should lean Lang's and not look? Ten them they'd they'd bet. They're slim pens, quota for the so yes, the like alarm went off. It was like thinking naming no more slim Pence, no Muslim. And then they're like, which onto Leland legs lean legs. It's not as kind of why its second slim. But it says turn it up the heat in rita's, true, kooky fashion. The singer boosted her physique and a pair of mismatched pink and orange PVC thi- boots mismatch, but on purpose because it's Rita. Course it's Rita. She does everything on purpose. She's great. But we got us here. We saw a lot of we saw a lot of good videos of her UK toward this weekend. So she's like turning it up a few not just which I think, is fun. But are you kidding? I would pay, I would pay fifty bucks to hear her sing. I will never let you down for ninety minutes zinc over and over again, fifty bucks, I would pay more for that. I'll be like Rita just sing that song. 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PMC 1 - Mercenary Lifestyle with Josh Pacheco

PMC Podcast

1:35:46 hr | 1 year ago

PMC 1 - Mercenary Lifestyle with Josh Pacheco

"Hey everybody and welcome back to the podcast. If you don't let commercials go ahead and fast forward it. It's only thirty seconds long taking some my listeners. Advise and i'm putting them at the very beginning of the podcast. You won't hear anymore through the rest of the podcasts. So here we go. Today's episode is brought to you by anchor dot fm If you haven't heard of anchor it's pretty cool little platform you your podcasts. On it they distributed for you so undistributed right now i think four different Platforms and anchor does all of it. It's pretty cool. It's free There's creation tools on their for different things. That help you monetize your podcast as well So it's pretty cool The anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Okay fine forty five seconds. Whatever every four computers now have primary control of critical local podcast on a. How did you get into contracting. Did you have a security clearance before. Were you in the military and so on so you were in the navy for a while but you know describe what what you did in the navy. Why did you pick the navy. We'll start there. So i i want to join the marines. I was. I was buddies with a bunch of different grade ahead of me. There was probably five of them. They were going to the marines like yo recruiter and of course i joined the navy. Of course that was that buddy so call you recruiter. Tell him tell him. I meant tell him in and he never called never called and good friend. Yeah right there. The the the the the i mean maybe he was yeah. I don't know the and i wish i had. I really would fit in better. I think at the navy recruiter. I don't know somehow got to me. And they were like ed. We're gonna come by. And they came by and they gave their whole fucking spiel and i remember sitting in the kitchen and i looked up at my dad and he was like faulk. I wished data. Told me this when i was your age and that was like that was the selling point for me and so we went to denver signed up and i had a. I had a buddy that i went kindergarten all the way graduate high school with. We're going to join the marines together. And i went to maps and i joined the fucking navy and i came home and i called him. I was like yo. I joined the navy. He's like okay cool till the recruiter to call me. He still in the navy right now. Like we went to boot camp together and everything and i did i was i was contracted to essentially be a fucking throat cutter. You know what. I mean in the navy. That was my. That's why join that's what i wanted to do. And it didn't pan out for most people. It doesn't pan out you think it's easy and it isn't and So i was a weapons instructor and nine mill all the way up to twenty five millimeter. So big guns. Little guns medium-sized guns. Everything And at a certain point i was like. I don't think this is gonna do me any good when i get out like. What am i going to do. And so i crossed rated or latin moved. Or whatever you wanna call it to an intel. Mos and. that was horrendous. I fucking hated it. I really really hate it. I went to bahrain and we are focus was a one country there on everything that they did. And that's all i did. I wrote reports. I briefed all day every day and it was it was terrible and i got out and i was unemployed for like four months and that was that was rough man. That was really weird to not be part of something anymore. Me and the old lady on the rocks at the time and it was just like it was a super fucking dark time. If that makes sense right. I mean i think i think. A lot of people can empathize sympathize thighs. Yeah all the sizes with and so i at some point in time before i had gotten out i had applied to academy or blackwater z. Can sell us. Whatever you wanna call him. I had played there right. Iguana and randomly one night. He fucking called me. Hey you want to come in for an interview and that was like the fucking light and there wasn't even a tunnel and now there's a light at the end of it. It felt so good. And i went in. I crushed the fuck interview. And i was a i started working doing utah. Essentially basic swat tactical team movements Handcuffing personnel searches nonlethal weapons. Things like that and things with the lady just progressively got worse. And so i was like you know what i need to go into a war zone and so i was trying to deploy everything trying to deploy as a shooter with them and so by name was in the system. Recruiters were super awesome and randomly got call. It was like yo you got clarence. You wanna fuck and fly drones psych. Sure he's like come in. Come in monday. Her thursday friday. You're flying out to brisbane for ten weeks of training. Which was awesome ten weeks in brisbane australia. And then i that was in two thousand and thirteen. So that's what seven years. I've been doing this essentially. Yeah like so. It wasn't really a it wasn't a conscious thing. I'm going to be a contractor mercenary. Or you know. Whatever now. I was just trying to run away essentially and this kind of fell in my lap. I tripped and fell into. I don't have an background or anything like that. So yeah i noticed. Some companies are really good with a clearance. You want to do anything like we'll train you. We got three weeks training. You're ready we eight weeks of training you ready. I l six weeks training. We got six weeks of training. Are you ready training program. Yeah minimum minimum. Yup yup. Yeah the real. You're barely qualified. Come on our entire company's writing on you though so have found. Enjoy no pressure. That's funny so then describe describe how we met. I had recently parted from my other platform from one of the other companies. I worked for It was less than mutual but we call it the parting and was unemployed again. Looking looking pride put in thirty applications. I bet and a random. The company that i worked for now randomly called me a company that i didn't apply to called me. I was like you know we might get a slot for this school. Do you want to come work for us if you if we get this slot and i'm like oh it's better than starving to death. Yes and so. Yeah obviously got in a long story short and then you were an instructor there. Yeah just instructing instructing stuff directing doing stuff and things. I don't know if that's the description you wanted. But that's how i remember it. Now that's good. I've been describe it. Because i've been describing it myself for like the last two guests tired of it because i met pretty much all of you at the same place and so i figured you might have a different take but yeah that's exactly. How would have described just instructing stuff and like you know you saved my life and then Top my course. It's not super exciting. No it wasn't exciting at all. It's still that way. Apparently apparently it's worse from what i understand so eat. Good luck to them and says you once you got through once you barely passed my course at all top three guaranteed regardless of the scoring. I know where i was. Give this guy out of your smells like booze he's ready. he's ready qualified. So tell me about the where you went from there. And when he did from their as best he can Well the site is now shutdown. That site that i went to first of all the the course was it. Had the attrition rate was worse than buds. In case anybody was wondering we started with twenty one fucking people in graduated eight so that was the thing. That's that's pretty hellacious attrition rate. You know what i talked to. I don't chocolate up to anybody's fault that the people that failed because the company was relatively new and they were pulling for anybody who was good at this job had either recently parted ways from their former company or already had a job. So there are. The pool of people wasn't great. The candidates weren't necessarily great. So it wasn't. I don't know maybe you were browbeaten into thinking that it was your fault. I don't i don't think it was y'all's fault. I think it was. The pool of people wasn't great. That's what i that's my opinion. It depends on the class. Some of the glasses were like phenomenal. Like these guys out here. We don't need six weeks and some of them were like i need fifteen weeks. Yeah i can do. I need more time. Yeah but after we left there We went to country in the middle east. I guess and we worked for a special customer and they applaud watching everybody to dance around it like this is so funny. I did some stephan things at some places. Shut the fuck up by. It's like wait on somebody to kick the door now. Now just from that. A but the the kicker was is that like the story that i heard was the customer was like hey we don't like The spot we're going to move this spot to another spot. And so i really. We sat on the bench for depending on the class. We sat on the bench between five and seven months to set at home waiting for the phone. Call like hey gonna fuck and fly out and it was like they were you guys. Yeah you guys were delayed delayed leaving. That's right. I remember matt cluster. Fuck yeah and it was. It was crazy right and it like the way they were gonna get us into the country like they did like some bonds shit like. Here's here's a plane tickets. That aren't necessarily real. Here's hotel reservations. That aren't necessarily real. This is what you're gonna do when you get here. This is particularly. And i was like. Oh shit okay fine. This is about to be legit. And they're like not on our mind. We're going to get visas. send your passport. i'm like oh fuck okay. Yeah exactly and like you're gonna airdrops where exactly we're flying commercial. They're gonna put us in bags of dog food and fucking drops in So when day finally fucking came one of the dudes that was in my class. That was supposed to go there. And i was. I was great buddies with him until i worked with him. And i don't really care for his work ethic but he left his passport out on the table once we got our visas and my longer. 'cause i was in japan so mine took a little longer and he was dog sitting and the dog he was sitting got his passport and toward up. The dog ate my homework. Yes one hundred percent one. That actually happened. I fucking have pictures of it of this fucking. I hope i still have them. I don't know this passport and it delayed me two weeks. It delayed me two weeks to get a new passport and a new visa. Oh since yours was a day late. You're gonna come with him as i bro. You either me five grand or you let me cut that fucking dog throat. One or the two. That's and then we'll call at square. He still owes me. So i think that doug still living. It's a lot of money. People have been killed for less amount of money. Guess i do it for less than that. Probably depends on how went down. Get your promised a bunch of stuff and then all of a sudden. You're three thousand dollars was gone. I wouldn't be cool. I'm saying somebody paid me do it for less than five. Oh okay yeah not here. I don't think it's on an island. You can't get away. I guess technically everywhere island you just go to the inhabitable spot. They won't go there. And then the respect your personal space. You'll never get arrested. You go there you go. They can't put cuffs on you. He put his own p put my knife in his throat. Whatever right so what happened after that. He figured out a way to finally get where you're going. Yeah we got we were going. It was it was an odd thing because the other platform i had previously flown was still there and sitting there not not like my platform but they had a site there at a sign okay. So they're operating right next door right next door right next door. And when one of the the guy when customers picked this up at the airport like on the drive there. He's like yo we don't fucking like you. We don't like this platform and we'd like the old platform and we don't want you here just so you know welcome. It was pretty neat. Yeah yeah and now. It's not there anymore. Like they got shut down. But i wasn't part of that. I guess there was a lot of a lot of political suffer. I like trump pence twenty twenty shit but like yeah like office politics exactly. Yeah it gets weird. It gets weird like people The customer has a lot of influence but also sometimes no influence so like. It's it's strange because if that guy like a tight knit command structure like the guy that you're working with might be like an e five basically nobody in the military as far as rinkos and then he just makes one phone call. And your all fucking kicked out yet Or if they don't have an integrated command structure. There won't give a shit what they say about you and you'll stay there because that's what they were told to do is keep you there. Because that's what the contract from bigger ankles. Sam requires so weird dynamic. It says it's a strange place. And you gotta make friends. That's the that's the interesting thing about. It is like you have to have people skills as something. We didn't teach you at the school house. Yeah yeah have people skills make friends. Good luck arizona. Here's a book how to win friends and influence people do something along those lines. Yes it's a weird thing so anyway um that is no longer there anymore right. How many since. I saw the schoolhouse. How many times have you done to or okay to and for how long each one That one seven the first one. I was home for three weeks and then i just got home from an eight eight okay so i spent cumulative five five weeks with my kids in two thousand and nineteen. Yeah it's it's one of those things i went to. I went to syria the second time which was part of the pull out there. The great pull out a two thousand nineteen where like as we were leaving the driveway. The russians were coming up the driveway. It was kind of a kind of wave. Yeah well now. I'm sure you may have seen the task in purpose. Article see pull out and what it looks like in the video to me. Is that the russians. Because we were the last ones to leave right and look to me like the russians like just dumped them. All out on the ground may look chaotic. Look exactly exactly. It was funny. How quickly the news was led into all right here. We go here. We go get the cameras boys. Yeah come on news. It was strange. So how how long. What was your notice so yet. So for those who don't know what a what bugging out means like you guys bugged out legit you got some sort of notice says. Hey we're leaving this post. We gotta leave. X amount of time grabbed the essentials. And get the fuck outta there is how how did that whole thing go down. Because i'm paraphrasing. I wasn't there it. It was so it's one day it was like yo we had twelve hours. Get your shit like okay. Thirty minutes into it was nevermind disregard. That okay okay. Cool and then the drums. Yeah kind of kind of days later. They're like we might not leave now. So unpack your shit. And then a day later. They're like guaranteed guaranteed. We're not leaving. Roger that i get off shift and i'm laying in bed and someone comes knocks on my sheet and they're like. Hey man we got eight hours or twelve hours. Twelve hours guaranteed get tools. Tear the shutdown relieving. We're leaving in twelve hours. It ended up taking a little bit longer than that but that was like the notice. The notice was right now. Pack everything up. Let's go and did you guys. You guys took all essential equipment. Yeah well we did. We were able to because we had our own connects boxes. We had our own storage. We had we had other people through their shit into arcana xboxes Found found a bunch of c foreign debt court in there when we were going through them when we got elsewhere. Just kinda whoops with that over here. Yeah yeah okay. So it sounds sounds chaotic. Sounds like they don't know at any given point like your. I notice okay. We're leaving no. We're not leaving okay for sure we're staying here but seriously relieving like a lot of back and forth you know i follow it. Live as it was happening on on the news end. So how did this all come down to you guys in and out wasn't it didn't in the scenario kinda go up to produce. Yeah i think so. He tweet some weird shit. Was it like a dick pic. You sent to turkey or something. I don't. I don't know man i tr- try to stay out of it so much when it comes to that like when it comes to the news and things like that Kids so biased. i think it's a noxious especially nowadays. Yeah but some things are like breaking news. Somebody gets murdered. His the writers are saying someone got murdered. It's usually a day later. Like guns are bad. Guns are good and they go go into that exactly but they so. I don't know turkey was like yo we do stuff with you guys here. We want to do stuff the same thing. Way the fuck over here where you guys aren't and so it was kind of like we know you can't really support that you don't have any fobs over here we're gonna test you. And then when they decided we're not going to do that. Turkey just fucking was the fucking turkey's incursion. And my personal opinion. Is that the whole reason we were there. Any way was just for the american flag like hey russia you stay there turkey. You're over there. Yeah it's populations you stay there. Everybody fucking back the fuck up and then i think our bluff gut called a little bit and so like okay. Roger that we're leaving. So i don't know was super. It was really really weird dynamic. There's probably like ten players there between the syrians and the russians and the iranians and the turkeys. And everything else it was. It was strange. They're trying to figure it out from over. Here is a fucking nightmare like. I don't know that that's why i've been asking some real basic questions that people like. What do you think of what you're doing and how it relates to shitty see on the news is a necessary is not necessarily 'cause you know everybody's got an opinion. Their own experiences are are. There's and i'm interested but it's a fucking quagmire trying to put together the foreign policy strategy like i subscribe on youtube to the What is it the foreign foreign defense counsel. Fuck it. I'm gonna look it up. I don't fuck this up. Be boop boop people do they pay you know trying to get paid by them. I should know it's a government agencies house foreign affairs committee the house foreign affairs committee. And they have the you know the driest briefings ever. But that's the foreign affairs. Committee is the group. That's probably most active on youtube and puts out the most like content on what we're doing and its government body so it's not you know it's not over politicized through the you know the white house secretary briefing and it's But i mean it is fucking politics so they are in their bitching about each other but You know as far as like where the chess pieces are on the board. They do a pretty good job of explaining where they are. And why as for some reason crazy. But i've noticed a trend where the war's never stop regardless of who's in office. That is funny right weird. Everyone says let's stop it and then they're like by the way we're all going to different places more. Yes yes and it's an all. Here's all these billions of dollars for contracts and we need to beef up the military and it all it all starts happening pretty quick and then you know the the only reason i'm even interested in it is because that's that's what we do. I'm still in the defense industry. Like i've got this podcast. But i still do other things i do. Paperwork i do requests for proposal. I do all kinds of consulting for companies and without you know without the the forever wars going on then you know. I don't have that stream of income. I don't do this. Podcast dry cut and dry. You're fucking warmonger. That's i mean it's a nice word. Yes got you get another one of these you know to send you one people boop boop boop three d. printing one on that i mean i i mean in my allowed to go grab one. Yeah it's we can do whatever the fuck we want. Five seconds we started off talking about gay sex and pulling his hair. Go get a beer. You started talking about pulling your hair. I think you're into that maybe drink a whole pot of coffee because it's early here. You're not using french presses you should. I'm doing a french. Press commercial don't you. I mean the guys are copying. Call it a france-presse. Isn't that what you want to say. Maybe maybe you know. They don't give me any endorsement dollars yet. Someone leave him out of it they might. I mean we have our picture. We were there all. It's raw picture right. I got the picture. Yeah it's Say i did it on my phone. Yeah i your faces covered though so it's supposed to be. You told me. I was trying too hard in that picture. I don't i still that bugs me every time i see that picture like yeah. You're trying too hard. that's what you said. I was trying to to be quite honest. You told me that in a bugs me to this day. I wasn't i'm just dysfunc- off bro. Was just stop so fucker. Just so hard bro. So hard so hard to be gay shit anywhere question than hard question. Yes my her. Have hard questions i mean. I guess they're harder for some people in there for others. I think a lot of people don't even reflect on what it is they're doing and the impact they have on the world and i guess you're not that guy so it's been easier for you so There is if you wanna get fucking deep in it. I i met this random dude. I don i was in some fucking airport. I don't know if i was going or coming. Whatever you keep i think. Why do you really like that anyway. He dudes had a bar in airport. He was a contractor. Don't what he did but he was older guy and it was my first or second deployment. He's like let me tell you something. Okay the first one is for need the rest of our agreed and that she has fucking resonated with me shit. Because it's the fucking truth. There's a standard of living. You get accustomed to and i'm not buying a ferrari but i'm also not checking the price of rabbi stakes. When i buy them. I just get you know what i mean. Yeah feels good to just be like. I'm getting that today. Or whatever or i'm fucking going to lego land or disneyland booking doing this or that but it is true that the first one is for need depending on where you're at in life maybe the first three or for need but the rest of them after that agreed and like faulk he's right and then so here i am. I've done eight or nine deployments of the The shortest one. I've ever done with five months. Every other one was seven to eight. And i think the math works on that. They've all been pretty long. I don't spend much time at home and the thing is is you get caught up. I don't i like doing this. I like right bro. I like watching people die. I look like finding bad guys. Like i fucking awesome right. It's it's it. Sounds horrendous. But i don't i don't think it sounds rented it all fucked his i am. That's why i am. But i think there's a there's a there's a part of i think most men most men that like whenever you're able to tap into that party your brain like the predator side of your brain. It's fucking feels good. There's a. There's a euphoric feeling that you actually get like. When i was a kid. I started playing football when i was like five or six years old. So a little kid like bobble head But from an early age my my first two coaches. I put it into my head that i need to be a fucking psychopath and like you need to hit people as hard as you can hit them. You need like this is your group of guys. You're not you're a pack of wolves and you're out there to destroy whoever is out there in front of you and that mentality felt good playing football. Why did it for eighteen years. I did it all through college and then You know. Whenever i left college it was like i can't use that anymore. I can't use that like mentality anymore. Like sometimes like you here if you get in the corporate world sales teams will be hyper aggressive like dan because they they talk about killing eating shit but it sales like you're not killing and eating stuff like i like the aggression and i liked the i liked the phrases and so on but it's not the same thing and you don't get the hit anybody you don't get to shoot anybody or anything like that. You're not really haunting stuff right but this world is different like you you could be doing in even though it's just like it's most of it's just ice are you know. You're observing and watching and reporting When you observe watching report somebody who is is one hundred percent engaged in trying to kill you and your guys all sudden like for me. That just clicks. I'm like oh fuck this guy. I'm gonna. I'm gonna never blink until this guy is dead and then you know all the information. I'm never been a sniper in the infantry. Anything like that. But you're a basically a spotter right you you go out you find things to kill like literally. I gotta go a command from a marine corps Nco who's in charge of our wing windy and he's like go find me something to kill an awesome so then you go find nefarious activity nefarious activity various activity as long as nefarious enough. Then you can go ahead and kill that person and whenever you do like it's it's a good feeling amazing feeling. Yeah i describe it. So whenever i played sports i was. I played a lot of baseball. And then i played softball when i was in the military and i just you know it was just enjoyable but even though it's even whether it was like a competitive league or like a fucking beer league it didn't matter like before that first pitch like i'm like i'm about to throw up like it is it is it might as well be the world series for the world's right and that feeling when i have followed this one mother fucker for a week or a month or three months and i'm on i'm on the stick and they're like yo black teams got thirty seconds to splash. Do not lose. This dude. Mouth is dry drennan. It's absolutely like mouth and it doesn't compare to. I'm not kicking down doors. I'm not cutting throats but it's like i. I played a part in this man's death. I played a large part in this man's i found him and i followed him. I didn't pull the trigger. But i found a minute followed him in in i. I've always tried to. I don't ever feel comfortable saying we killed somebody. Because i didn't. I just watched somebody. I did the battle damage assessment afterwards. Whatever however. I found him. If i hadn't found him maybe someone would have a week from now a month from now year from now i found him right. And so if you if you play that out in a court of law. If i follow casey around for three months and then find somebody with a gun. And i'm like oh that's him. That's him the murder right. We're going to going to prison uncle so you know i played a part in it. But it's still at the rush. You know again. It's the dry mouth. Sweaty palms. Like i dunno. It's a thing. And i and i dig it. I dig it so yeah so on top of the. I don't know what i'm gonna do with my fucking life anyway secretly fucking like doing this. Then there's the flip side to that is who excuse me whose going to teach my boys to throw football. Who's going to teach them to ride a bike. Who's gonna whip there fucking asses because they're little bastards like who's going to do that you know if i'm gone doing things that i like right So it's weird. It's a weird feeling. So do you. Do you hate yourself working at the mill or home depot or whatever but then you come home and you're there for your kids or do you do this. You enjoy what you do and monetarily speaking. You're able to be there for your kids. I e sending them to private school keeping them in good clothes and so on and so forth. You know quality food. Whatever it is you. You're there for your kids but you get to pick. Which one do you want to be there for you know. Do you want to be there physically or do you want to be there. Imagine imagine early is an word. I know i know exactly what you mean Me and my wife talked about it. A lot You know i took that job with. We met as a trainer because it was a stateside position. She's like i want you to deploy. I've got three girls and They're not going to raise themselves and they need. They need a father figure. You know they're young but little kids need father figures anyway right. And if i'm gone all the time it's gonna it's gonna fuck them up so i took a stateside training job and then come to find out. I was only home. Forty days out of that ear like thirty or forty days out of that whole year. And so yeah. I was in the house in the states. But all of these sites where we train and operate for the majority of the time. And you know. I'm in. I'm in the mid west so it's not like you know. Hq was on the west coast. And so they're like come on and relocate them like nah i. I don't know what they paid you guys. But i'm pretty sure it was prob- garbage poverty level for that area for that area it's poverty level unless you're unless you're like a trust fund baby or you've recently powerball. You're not living comfortably there. No not a bit. I've got a three thousand square foot house. My kids are upstairs. Sleeping right now and i'm able to like yell at you through a microphone because my house is large enough here. I couldn't afford a fucking broom closet in a you know in the on the west coast where they're located especially but Yeah that that back and forth of like it took me a long time to to stop thinking about deploying. Like whenever i'm home i was there and whenever hours there i was thinking about home. It bro yeah yes yes and so my my boys are five and two right now and so they are all up in your fucking grill constantly and so that's something that i struggle with environmentally. I come home because you go. From essentially no responsibility outside of sitting in front of a computer screen. Yeah you got people telling you don't lose this. Don't do that whatever but that's work right. You're all work when you're off work assist you. It's just you got you got jim. You got fuckin- bayton and that's about it. That's about it right. And then you come home. And the now it's like every it's almost like a sensory overload. God it's exhausting. Yeah and it's and it's something that's very difficult to deal with. And i don't know i feel like a bad dad or i feel like a bad person because i have to like like in the mirror. Just tell myself like yo they fucking love you they miss you. You love them idiots like go with flo but it but it's hard it's hard daddy daddy desert and it's it's it's you tell me to find a terrorist and then follow him for three months and then you know don't ever lose him because we're about to kill him. I got you but now my kids want to go to. The one wants to go to one playground only other one the playground and i don't know what to do. You know what i mean. It's weird it is like sensory sensory overload. It's it's almost immediately exhausting when you walk in. And they're like they're excited to see you like what it took me a while of Of leaving and coming back to realize that it takes my kids like five days to settle back down to normal so like before before i leave if they know that i'm going to leave in a week. That whole week is shot. they're they're emotionally up and down and their energy is up and down for at least five days and then i leave and then they're like that for another like three or four days then when i come back it's like it. Takes them five days to sort of settle in and get used to me being there and but there whatever that energy is gets focused into like just being at you like dad dad johnny shit like. He can't leave the house you can't i've been home for almost two weeks now right about two weeks now been home and almost through whatever i've been home for a few days anyway And only recently. Have i been able to even take the trash out without them freaking out or go to the gym. Be you know my. My dad lives with us. Our list with them would have to be no. He's coming back he's coming back. Don't worry about now. it's like oh daddy by. They know that. I'm coming back now. And i'm spending a month home. I'm redeploying here in about two weeks. A little less than two weeks long. So that's going to be. It's going to be the older that they get the rougher that it gets for me because when they're young super young it's like oh my goodness i'm out. Enjoy that fucking cry shit. I'll see you in eight months. And hopefully you're fucking cooler bro. And as a dad. I don't think dad's were not. We're not geared quite as much for tolerance. We get irritated a little bit quicker than a lot quicker than moms. Do i think duda. I heard this thing from a bill. Burr stand up comedian. He was talking about. How how your -tated he gets. And since deploying like this is a a thing that i struggle it. I know is true for me. He was like you know if if zero is totally calm and one hundred is like furious like punching stuff. Yeah i walk around at seventy five. Yes one gross. I go to the grocery store. And i'm immediately just irritated like like mock you. You're buying that milk. Oh fuck you really just drink water. Yeah it's it's it's so it's silly and i can't. I wish i went. I wouldn't talk and talk to somebody about a year ago when she really went south with me and the wife now it was right after right after class so i was doing nothing. You talked to him about me now. I didn't i did not look. I don't flatter yourself and so and he was like l. I'm gonna fucking treat you. Ptsd like i have seen what i consider. Ptsd like in a buddy of mine. He was in the marines medically retired. That's ptsd. i don't. I don't know it's such a such a here. It's hated. I'm not going to go on a shooting spree right. I'm just e-rated all right. I think about going on shooting sprees. But i'll never do that. I made the same. So did you receive any any treatment. Like did they do anything outside of that so he gave me. He gave me like a pamphlet. And then like i love. Yeah right. And i went to see him by. And then and then like some shit came up with me and the wife and it was like a completely separate. Yeah and so then. I ended up having to talk to him about that. But that just kind of went by the wayside and now unless thinking like oh this is what this dude saw shit man am. I don crazy. I'm not sure i told you. Like watching people die and being a part of the killed chain. I miss that crazier just something. You have to evolve into doing whenever you go around. So i talked to my wife about You know she was like if you keep deploying like this because she got used to the money to right like we like the money. It's good and i liked the job. So that doesn't help. She's like if you're gonna keep deploying She's like before. And after the deployments you gotta go talk to a therapist like that actually sounds like a good idea. So i think i probably need to do that But they don't know if you saw thirteen or not Know yeah if you go through the department of defense for contracting now like the department state or some other agency. Mod thirteen is able to take your. Va health paperwork to include any ptsd treatment. And then exclude you from deployments. So there's a lot of us out there that are like oh fuck that. That's my livelihood. I'm not gonna talk to anybody now right right so i know it's been it's been a little fucked up like talking to contractors and you know with myself i'm like do i go see a therapist and then risk my future career. What the podcast doesn't take off. Running loose I gotta have a backup plan. This is my backup plan. And then outside of that like i have a cdl and truck. Driving is my backup. Backup plan right. Right i can. I can just be a truck driver and speak guaranteed like seventy thousand year. whatever Same thing i would never be home but at least feed us all and even even even that is threatened by this month. Thirteen because a lot of those jobs are defense related jobs even if their stateside. Like if you're gonna you're gonna drive components for weapons and things like that for the defense if you have a history of ptsd through Thirteen They can and will exclude you from working for them as a truck driver. As fuck and munitions depot operator. Whatever the fuck. So it's been it's been a little a little annoying for a lot of people who are in that kind of position. Because we're we're a sort of like i think i need help. What do i do now. I don't think if there so. I think i hate saying i'm an alpha male i don because if an alpha male i'd be fucking i'd be on a team right now fuzzy real alpha male. You know what i mean. I know i know i'm not a beta a no not so there's a alpha minus maybe i don't i don't know i think looking at the world like that is pretty stupid because sometimes people make alpha decisions and sometimes i don't and it goes for a moment a moment fair enough that's that's relatively wise. Even though he just said what i said was stupid so call now sam enough drinking your air fried coffee. It's delicious smells and tastes like anything. The so so just being a dude. A bro whatever. First of all getting help is how frowned upon right. How often we go to the hospital. Even you know what i mean like. How like the last time. That i went i legitimately went to the hospital. Was a workout related injury. I couldn't close my fucking hand. For months i had to do. I had to do pull ups like this. You know what i mean. And i finally to the fucking hospital because it's excruciating and like in and post deployment so you know when you come off deployment your fucking jackson tan right and everybody knows everybody can see it right and the doctor. Who was this fucking old mexican dude at the naval hospital and he was like so you work out right. I was like yeah. He's like i can tell music in your hand hurts. He's like stop fucking working out. How some motrin stop working out for two weeks like he said it just like that starbuck and working out like it was so you don't you don't end up you don't go to the hospital you don't you. Don't get help you don't want and then what's what's talking about anything going to you. Know i i. Don't i don't know that's that's my mindset like what what are you going to do. What's his therapist gonna do. Yeah what are they actually gonna do for you right right. He doesn't know that. I have fifteen million strike videos on my fucking hard drive that i love to fucking watch you know. He doesn't like he doesn't like he doesn't know that dry mouth feeling. He doesn't he doesn't know like he went to college and made smart decisions in his life and make more money than i do. Probably town so weird. It's a weird thing. I wouldn't discount what they can do for you. Because it's not especially if they're older guys because they've talked to a million different types of people and people honestly that are worse than us. Because like you've met them i know them you know. And if they're able to help those people then they're probably able to help us. I would call us like not critical. Like i'm not gonna go on a shooting spree. I'm not gonna ram truck into something like you know. I don't think every piece of trash on the road is an ide- stuff like that rex. Correct but you know if they're able to help people that are sort of that far i don't want donald said that far gone because you're not gone like you can get help Those people i think are able to help like that. Medium risk type of that type of person. The salaries are just been away from their family. A long time. You know i. I don't know. I don't know but my point was like the mindset is like what is this guy going to do for me. It's not it's not questioning. I'm not saying that they can't the saying that. The mindset is like fuck. Does this dude now when really like you said. They've talked to a bunch of people they you know. There's there's a process and they're the ones that help you through that. I guess You ever you ever listened to a guy named jordan peterson That guy's phenomenal. And he's a good example of somebody who didn't live A like a hard hard man's life you know like he's a well read intellectual and he's got a lifetime of experience as a was it a clinical psychologist and he's able to especially as recent stuff that's come out He's able to give good advice. And like marching orders for people who have ptsd like psychological disorders and so on and he understands. I'm a very deep level and if you know if you end up going to. Va hospital or someplace like that or anybody doing that and meeting somebody like that. I can't imagine coming away from those sessions without having some increased value. You know from that from that exchange that makes sense but you know it's like a clinical psychologist is not. They're not all the same. You might get some fucking dirtbag stop working out take motrin. Yeah exactly exactly. So what Do you have any advice for people who are interested in becoming a private military contractor. I you know. I tripped and fell into it kind of wanted to do it. But i kind of tripped and fell into this job. It is prior military Standby standby i would say because you can. You're you might as well be military Because you're restricted. To the badging process on showing your. Id card and and you know showing your paperwork and all this we're normally A google imagine. They don't have to pull a folded piece of paper out of their pocket and scan it to eat lunch. You know where that's what you're going to do. If you're not ghanistan or iraq or kuwait or syria wherever you are whatever chow hall. You're you're eating in it's a it's a hurry up and wait kind of life. That is definitely something. Hey man makes you get all your paperwork. Done all your your. Id card and all that stuff ready to go. 'cause you're leaving next week next week comes and said ok. Well something happened and you're leaving next week. Something happened in your leave next week. And then you get a phone call and like hey man. Can you leave tomorrow. yeah you know. it's. I don't know what you would call that. Hectic i guess fucking annoying for. Yeah i mean it's kind of i think that's part of the draw like keeping a bag at your door in case you get a phone call like sometimes in the right context. That's exciting you know. In the in in the context you described it as which is commonplace. It's fucking annoying right i. It's honestly now that you know you say that it is one hundred percent part of drought not the not the hectic life necessarily but i i don't know i my humor her and my attitude and everything else does not fit in society and it's something is something that scares me because one day i'm going to have to make that transition and it's not it's not the same transition that i felt when i got out of the military necessarily. I didn't feel urinated by society. I didn't feel. I didn't fucking in traffic. I didn't. I didn't do that and i do that now. I didn't. I didn't get mad at the lady by an milk at the grocery store. I didn't for no reason. I so now i do. And so that. The the appeal the appeal. You sit you sit in the in the jock or the talker wherever you're sitting and you have these ridiculous conversations about if they were all of age which disney princess would you fuck and you. Don't you know i all right. The the you know the the random would you rather questions would you. What what what normal job can you go and ask and poll everybody. Would you rather do the i ninety percent of a blowjob or the last ten percent. You can't in this in this gig you can pull people and it's it's it's really weird i. I experienced it at the the instructor job. I had before this. I worked with a bunch of ex contractors and it was like. Hey here's a dirty joke or hey let me show you how to cut throat proper there. Hey let me show you how to break a neck properly. And like i said the wife and i were going through some some stuff and so i was trying to cut back on the drinking and clean up and stuff and so i got a night gig at home depot and it was. It was twenty hours a week. Nine dollars an hour is what they started me at and it was like from working with these contractors to working. I compare it to. Everybody loves their mother but it was like working with ten of them. If ten of your mom's and they're like hey let me show you how to cut throat properly to look what my cat did this morning and it was it was i was like. How do people do this correct correct. And and so that's my. That's my only comparison to like working in real life. So i think that. Because i've been deploying since two thousand five when i left home to go to the military. I don't know. I don't know how you do it. There's a minute appeal. There's only a few things that i can even think of in the civilian world where i think that kind of dark humor relates in. It's like anywhere where there's a significant amounts of death so like if there were like an er or emt's or some Not firefighting. I don't think firefighting is necessarily it. That's cleaned button-down version of like the type of person. Maybe you and i are. Because i mean firefighters don't really do shit right they show up like your cats from a tree or like some old lady fainted because it's fucking heatstroke season and then whenever something really happens like they they sustain they check your airway breathing in sustain you until the paramedics answer so like paramedics have that sense of humor. Because they're the devils time. It's hard to find a fucking group of people that are okay with me calling me like with us calling each other like douchebag an asshole and stuff like that like we we curse like there's no like it's the end of the world that's just normal. That's just normal day to day insulting to someone for the short hair because you can't hold it while they suck your dick like exactly hundred percent on board. It's i don't know so how do you transition from that. so at vice would be prepared for that thick skin. And you're gonna be gone a lot. You know i'm going to be on a lot. there's you you know. There's some some companies. I people ask how to get into it. Because they're interested in in in drones. Fuck loads of misconceptions as soon as somebody realizes that i'm in drones. They're like oh cool. Like i have a drone and then Mcdonagh like Like you a vs like real ones like a layout like a big flying robot and like. Oh what's that do. And then like if i ever got a look on people's faces whenever i'm like when i start talking about like the kill chain and how is are actually works through like the fuck they either one have nothing to do with it or they're like sign me up when i get a sign the up guy. I'm like all right. Do you have clearance. Did you join the military. And it's almost always know for those guys like. I'm always telling him like you gotta find a company that's willing to sponsor your clearance and once you got the clearance. Then you're in like you can stuff you can laterally move. You don't like drones. You can do all kinds of shit. What's that first clearance like like. I know law enforcement guys who have gotten in were not prior military. Right some of them come to the school house that we were at and You know every now and then you get. What percent do you think of guys that are non prior military. Maybe one in five. Maybe maybe not less than that depends on what i've been. I've been to sites where there were two. There's there's fifteen people at the site in two of them. Were not prior military. And i've been sites where there was the so i don't know that that's the highest ratio. Right there yeah. So i worked with there. Were five guys came through my side in twenty twelve. I think That were college guys. So they studied you a visa. Like university of north dakota or embry riddle state or embry riddle and those guys. It was like a fucking eye opener so that companies sponsored their clearance for them and they didn't know that they were going to the war right. You're going in like to the war and they get got there like what the fuck is going on like. They've never been treated like that before like they didn't they didn't have a thick skin. They were they were just normal. Young guys just graduated school. You know and only there five of them in only one of them Stuck it through. And it's i think it's historic enough to be like fuck all you guys like you guys don't know shit like trained by the military. In like yearlong programs i developed and created you a vs. Since i was a sophomore in college and i you guys actually are idiots and like you know like on a technical level and smarter than you and it was like his sense of pride pushed him through it and he ended up being an awesome operator. Great guy to work with and eventually you can see across building up. He started getting salty no and he started talking like us and looking like us almost like to the point that it was like a character so he wa- he wore this fucking bandanna on his head like Like those in the nineties fucking war movies. It was like a camouflage ban word on his head. The whole thing like do rag style and now that's what he wore every day. And even so i bought a box of those bandannas adam that one day all of us everybody including the marines had bandannas on exact same kind of bandanna that he had and he walks into the talk. And he's like motherfuckers just can't look i can't believe it but he warned anyway news like you know. He just grew that thick skin real quick and he he was able to to stick it out and and we loved important. Yeah and even even as a practical joke. I don't know how many people. I think that is hilarious. That's amazed it's exactly something that i would do. You know like. Hey let's all get bandannas this dude this great. That's fucking great. Even i i tried to. I've thought about life. I knew how to write scripts. I loved the right. I thought about doing like a screen play. I don't know how to do that though and it needs to be reality show like reality. Tv show a reality tv show or even just a like. I even have like the director minds. The opening scene new guy probably just a college guy didn't go to the military gets to somewhere like someone hits get hit a lot shinhan fucking wherever it right so somewhere. That's idea of constantly right and you know incoming incoming incoming do don's is shit. He's in the fucking bunker and the camera pans over and there's two guys with their shirts off just on a football as explosions going off and they're like you know obviously making fun of him for being in a bunker because that's the fucking mindset. 'cause you get you get you first couple couple. Adf's like and then after that it's like who was close. That's it you know that that skin that crust develops or you have it. I guess i don't know. I think it develops like it's clear that it gets imparted upon you through military training and that culture because the the contracting cultures almost identical almost identical. So it's a very easy. It's not even a transition but it's a very easy transition to being a civilian contractor in the cultures are so goddamn the same I was going with that. Just kinda zoned out now. I it's it's it's it's true. I mean some people like when it comes to you know idea for whatever mortars and rockets they respond differently regardless of how. I'm not a fucking. I'm not a bad ass by any means or anything like that but for some reason it has never affected me. I remember i was in shindand. Was i was i was just. They're transitioning and i was in the shower incoming incoming incoming and fucking all soaked up boon boom boom and my first thought was like well. I guess i'm fucking going out the way i came in naked soaking wet with boehner. I and you know it was it was. It didn't bother me at all and it never has. I mean i. I know the one time. I was like scared. Scared for my fucking life and my life wasn't even on the line we. I don't know if you wanna hear it or not. But the launch and recovery site was outside of the wire right and it was dark as fuckers working nights and i was going to pressurize the launcher and we had a patchy flying constantly and i was walking out. It's dark they're like. Oh yeah watch the gates because the bad guys are going to hit the gates. It's guaranteed you know whatever cold whatever you get those twice a day twice a day. We're getting hit. You know whatever they're going to attack us you know they always had these reports. It is what it is right. And he's apaches are taken off. I'm not paying any attention. And one takes off. And he's right over the top of me and his fucking flares go off at that was i. Don't know probably let out some sort of girlish screen. Just the thought that runs through my mind is they got me i. I don't know what they got me and then it was. I'm glad nobody fucking saw that. I'm not saw. That wasn't danger at all. Was there an aerostat there. Yes day sought right. I never thought about that. You know they're watching the drop relief. Yeah yeah they're watching. They used to get mad at us for pissing outside because harris tat sauce. Like when you re talking about being scared or oh yeah being scared. Scared happens helicopters over your head. Flares shooting out air stance is going be correct. Yeah kind of ruined the whole flow. didn't thanks kansas. Thanks obama he still gets blamed for everything he will. As long as i live i just because that was such a huge stupid thing. Yeah yeah. I asked me another question. Ask you another question. I figured you had 'em like written down. I say that and you're like So i know. I know i know what you do so i don't i don't need to like write them down like if you if you're at some other thing and i'd be write them down. I talked to a lady who kills monkeys for a living. What yeah she's a military contractor calls monkeys with like anthrax. Vx gas and shit like that. I'm trying to get her to be on the podcast. What an amazing job. She's biochemist's like south carolina. You're not about to be the killer like shit. Start looking on Indeed i mean you might be a lab tech. Get in that way. It'd be like i need to be you know your lab technician. You can read write and handle laboratory And they're gonna eighteen thousand dollars a year Yeah but you'd get to work with her and then You know you would be doing the stabbings in the killings. Oh yeah i mean it with a syringe. So i'm i'm calling that a stabbing. It's not like technically it's a stabbing. Yes yeah it's not like you're a navy seal stabbing and already dying person on it bed. Nah it's not talk about that. Why not you know. You're not that guy you're just a you're for science so speaking of your if i have advice get used to inoculations. I saw god damn here. I just had my. This is counting the military. But i just had my eighteenth anthrax shot for pre deployment. that's a few dozen even help with weaponize anthrax. yeah it doesn't help you against weaponize anthrax. it's a different form natural deposits of anthrax exist. And they're inoculating you against that. Not case is the anthrax in case near mining astor. Yeah thanks thanks thanks obama. Yeah i dunno. It's the pokey stabby that's a lot. Yes they do a lot of that. Yes i worked for a company. They had their own medical. And they'd be like i don't even bring in your shot record. We got and then you get there and they'd be like eating. Bring shot record okay. We're going to be eight shots. Just in case k. Us like just mix them all together and gives me once ranch. What's the matter with you guys. Yeah yeah they really like to test for tuberculosis. I didn't know that was the thing. I'm not a conduct holiday like i'm not coughing. Good i used to. I used to get a coughing spell every winter and it was weird and my like weird sense of humor would be like no. I'm good. I just have to burkina's right and nobody would ever fucking laugh ever it bombed until one day. I was in a grocery store and the guy behind me was like you know. That's that's contagious right. Oh that's why nobody laughs. Have a contagious disease. Neat thank you. Yeah where's the nearest hospital at breakfast. Correct correct so hard questions hard questions. Are you googling. Hard questions right now. No no amtrak. I goodly hard questions What's the strategy in syria. That's about as hard as it gets these. I don't know about that. Jesus christ that's just fucking heyman watch watch. This stuff happened for me. Okay how this describe would describe. A basic is our like once that looked like because i think a lot of people think that. Unlv work is done. A every one of them armed. Be you're all watching one. Specific guy From intel from some cia spook on the ground. So that's what everyone's perception of what you do is so the way has been described to me the portion that like i really have no control over in. This could be way off but it was like you know. There's each analyst has a group of targets right and they get to name them which is fucking. I don't know why they don't name them crazy fucking names but they're always name them like you know some marlin marlin spike iron spike in chrome spike. And all this other crazy shit right You know so that. You're you're okay. We're on the spike series. Which may be you know you. Iron spike is the fuck in is the main dude but mike tyson irons bike dyson. You're welcome chrome. Spike is the fucking is his brother and fucking in metal. Spike is his best friend and so on and so forth. And so they have. However they get the intel. Whether it's from human. You know somebody telling them that. This is where this guy lives or whatever and they're like hey we're going to iron spikes house and he looks like this look for him. Like okay cool. Nobody's here after three or four hours of just orbiting over this do taus so let's go to another location and let's go to another location in. This can go on from weeks to months to just stops. And now you're on the fucking burrito one so we're going to beef burritos house and we're going to fuck in chicken burritos house and so on and so forth again. Rinse and repeat and repeat and you watch them until they get enough intelligence from other other portions that day decide to strike them or they decide to run an operation. Enroll them up. It's honestly like is. He's watching people when it comes to. Okay they're going to strike them. Okay now you have a you have to shooters above you. You know the. Us we fly or not armed yet to shooters above you regardless of that. Were there other fast movers. Where the jets. Whether they're predators reapers all cool drones. Everybody knows about right there shooters. They had their armed. And then you have your in a stack. There's you know six seven people above you or below you. Whatever it is okay. We want you on this view. Zoom out a little bit and maintain the entire house next guy zoom out. A lot maintain the entire village in. You know whatever it is Before they finally finally strike. It's a super. It's very very difficult to kill somebody in the isr world. They need a lot of intelligence a lot of information to to do that. I kind of went off on a tangent there. No that's perfect because it describes describes how it works Like i don't know. I think it's like an agency contract kind of scenario but like you're constantly hearing about. Uav's missing their targets and uab's doing drone strikes on like some assholes wedding and so on and like all these civilians getting rolled up or killed or whatever I had no experience with any of that shit so like it was very difficult for us to positively. Id somebody who deserved to die. And to wash them in the act of doing something That was like a war act. Like you're you're burying a bomb and placing an idea or you're shooting at someone actively i had a i had a witness that in my camera and then never take that person out of the frame breslow. They were dead right if they were taken out of the frame. And then you say he's driving off on a motorcycle Your camera whatever looks the other way and he leaves the frame then you find him again insurance the same guy. He's got the same clothes on same motorcycle same back or whatever and a- legally from a legal point or from a legal standpoint. you couldn't identify that positively. I him as the same person who you just saw. Five seconds ago shooting at us forces or whatever ram so i dunno also describe what it's like to to be in a scenario like that and You know all all of the issues that you have whenever you're trying to targets positively. I d targets so one of the biggest for me. I've always been really bad at nominee glacier and like knowing the actual aircraft. But i've been. I can rock the camera for some reason. I some things come naturally. Something's don't i've been really good at camera. So it's always been a point of pride or whatever to to to maintain fidelity on target like you're talking like don't let that motorcycle leave your field of view because if you lose them they're not going to strike him so i'm always really really stressed about that. You know i'm very very stressed. Don't lose it. don't lose it. don't lose it you know and it's just it's i don't know that's that's a good question. The just assist. That's that's the job i think to me. That's the job like When you're asked to watch this guy and don't stop watching this guy. That's that's where the stress comes it. Because sometimes when you maneuver your aircraft you maneuver in a way that will make your camera slough off and so you have to. You have to be thinking ahead. I guess to those. It's really difficult to speak in terms like that. Don't like you. And i don't just know you know what is crew resource management. Yeah yeah yeah exactly. I don't know. I don't want my camera nader and all this like it's it's i dunno. I happened to happen one time. I was working for the italians and they were. They were very very interested in the dude. They're going to roll him up. And i had an italian asset a sf team in my in my in my ground control station and they're standing around. They're they're poking at the screen and their their their desks. The guy and i was really low. So the picture was good. And i is my first deployment and maneuver wrong and i. I could not several times probably five or six times. The camera sloughed off. And it's not the cameras fault. It's my fault. It's my piloting skills and it was just. It's the most to this day. It's one of the most embarrassing things that has ever fucking happen to me. Yeah and it wasn't. He wasn't removed do working in his garden. He wasn't even target. He wasn't there. Trying to look for infill routes and expo routes and all this other stuff and and he was he was just you know just working in his garden and it was one of the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to me. Like i'm their asset. I'm there you know. Yeah yeah you know it was it was. It was so embarrassing to. Because i'm not doing my job. I'm not You had one job exactly exactly giving him the product that they want. It was same on that on that. i'm going off on a tangent here on that deployment. I was the first time in afghanistan and seeing them out. I'm from colorado originally. So i like mountains and seeing the mountains in afghanistan is just their mind blowing right and i'm just pressing the camera button the picture button and i'm taking pictures. I'm flying home. And all this other stuff. And when i would get off shift someone else will take over and then you burn a cd of all the images you've taken from that mission and they just copy and paste out of the folder and so the customer or the italians at the time. We're just getting. They have like you know pictures of and wonderful landscape. Yes exactly. It was for like two or three weeks. And they're like fucker. We getting all these pictures of mountains. Own shit. i didn't know that i was doing that. I'm a fucking idiot. Fucking new guy. I guess that's funny. That's that's really funny. We had issues with people wanting to take photos like cool photos of landscape and cool photos of like missions and stuff and people were always plugging their thumb drives into these fucking computers. And which if you don't know that's a big no-no like if people listening donau These are government computers and any image or data. That comes off. That computer has to be approved by the customer and buy your company and a lot of a lot of scenarios and it's almost never approved Had we had a folder on a computer called called air greatest hits and it was mostly people fucking goats which happens oddly. Enough like i saw. It happened three times in my in my almost one year tour and i was like three times. Seems like a lot. Like seems like a lot i go pussy must be good i guess. Oh and so yeah. Grace hits included a like target strikes and People doing goofy shit. Like when you're when you're watching people especially from the air And they don't know you're there and they think that they're alone like they're in their own compound wall you know they're a lot of these places in in afghanistan or just like open compounds so you have a big wall like a fence almost but it's like twelve feet tall made it like dirt and mud and people are inside and they think they're by themselves but really like you can see them from the and they're just doing like the goofiest shit like you know like goofy weird stuff and so we had a whole air. Signs greatest hits now is the name of the folder and so many people had ripped that folder off In plug their unclassified thumb drives into the classified computers and like there was a big investigation. Everybody had like dump all their bags and shit and like every cd in every cell phone even was like part of this investigation. We had some other asshole like he found a panel of secret stickers. This is one of those guys that was a Just a student who just got a job sponsor clearance and so he doesn't know the rules for for secret stickers. If you see a secret sticker on something that thing is a government secret and you have no right to it. And so he took these stickers and he put him on his laptop put him his phone he put him on his on his bag and shit and the marines were in charge. Or like. You're given us all that shit. Now that's hours. You classify that as a secret your phone his mind. Your laptop is mind. Everything ended his mind. Like i have to record all this shit in you and it was an example of like not taking it seriously like we had become very complacent and relaxed rural. We're all good at our jobs like doing. I sar but we weren't as a group really. It was fucking lord of the flies like it was like a small site like. You're in the middle of nowhere. There's only like there's only like maybe thirty people there. And so we're just sorta doing whatever the fuck we want and this guy just didn't know it was funny so like did you guys ever have any issues with people Fucking things up as far as like the stickers and plugging things into computers and stuff and then if so what happened to those guys. It was always. I was always like right before. I got there. You know what. I mean is i. Don't do it because we just had a big deal about it was never. It was never while i was there which is good because it never The biggest investigation that we had was in at the first site that i spoke about this closed down and at that location is very very Like you you leave your your phone in airplane mode because it's going to get hacked. Anybody anybody can snap anybody. Were concerned about hacking hacks. Their and our secret government computer had it like one hundred and seventy tries in less than an hour one day to get hands right and then so that brought down the fucking hammer essentially like like all you. Mother fuckers are getting annoyed. It ended up being less severe for from our standpoint that i thought it was going to be but it was Yeah our government. Computer was trying to be hacked by. Let's call it the russians. I i i don't know who it was but there was never a bucket put like unclassy stickers on their phones and stuff and like my paranoid mind is like okay. Pull that out in the airport. And i see that your military affiliated. I'm cutting your head off. First airplane hijacked like. It's don't identify yourself as one of those guys exactly exactly but we do have a. I don't know about you. But i pick a military guy out in a lineup of thousand people in real real fucking fast and i thought i was fucking slick. I really thought i was fuck slick and one day i was in fucking tokyo airport and i just had a camelback fucking backpack. Nothing it was black wasn't odi green or brown or anything like camelback backpack and this group of clearly military guys high in tights. Fuck in you know. Navy exchange purchased polo shirts and slacks and tennis shoes and one of them comes up. Oh hey man. what unit are you with. Like what would he have a beard. I've fucking long hair. What are you talking about we. I saw your backpack. So i figured out here in the military like oh shit i have unconsciously put a target on my back just by wearing a backpack. It's there where i was going with that on that it's all it's all part of the lifestyle so like whenever you're traveling you know there's there's a lot of people especially like the the trigger polar types that liked to shut the talk about gray man theory and how to blend in with crowds and stuff You know like ariel. Isr's strange thing because you are in fact spying on people. But that doesn't make you a fucking spy and it also doesn't make you part of the intelligence community so you're not you're not necessarily always trained up on how to blend in with crowds and how to not get ideas some sort of military person and raise. There's a lot of people in our field specifically have no fucking clue that they look the way they look and they are putting out to the world that they know something that maybe a a non-state actor or a militias stay would wanna know you're fucking walking around with a massive digital footprint with all the pictures you know all the pictures and shit that you took on of your your recent tori. And he started going through like. Oh i'm going to connect in hong kong or fucking. Don't turn that phone on like if you can take it apart. Took the batteries out and don't talk to anybody exactly exactly it. It's ivan i started traveling with long sleeps regardless of asks. The weather talking sleeved out tattoos. Like first of all your you come at the very least you come from a relatively wealthy country at the very booking least because everybody gets fucking tattoos but i'm clearly not eastern european I probably american at the very least with all the tattoos. I am worth something when it comes to a ransom. Somebody looking for somebody in your your healthy relatively well built. Hey guy might be military. He definitely knows something just to just to reduce the footprint. I you know. I guess in my mind. I'm like i'm beating the terrorists. But really i don't have any any like extensive training on blending in but you just have to like look look at the place. You're going on the map. Figure out what you're gonna look like when you get like before you get there like i'm i cannot. I can't not look like american okay. So what american do. I wanna be then. Do i wanna be an isr guy. Thought no. I don't want to be known for being related to that at all. So what else can i be. I could be a business guy. Okay i could bring a good bringing a blazer with me blazers some jeans business slacks. Or whatever you know keep all the adventure backpack shit out of sight right You know all of your Wants us to osprey bags and things like that. Like i'm not taking any of that unless i look like i'm backpacking across europe. Right you know like. Is that what i want to look like. Then yeah maybe that that could fit. But it's funny to watch. I love airports and just watching people and taking out the military people and trying to pick out the contractors. Because you know if i can do. It i'm untrained. If a professional russian intelligence officer can fuck and do it the good like they're yeah. They're they're gonna be very good at it and then on top vidgis somebody who wants somebody wants an one hundred thousand dollars for you know for your ransom in south america like that shit happens. It's funny that like there's so many people in our field that don't take that shit seriously. How could you spend eight months in a war where you know. Some people do ransom work in the war like us. You're following somebody. Who took who exchanged a person for money. Now you need to follow that person and the money where the fuck go right. So how could you be part of a talk. That does that kind of work. And then just be like all right. I'm going to get my five eleven backpack on that's all knowledge out and put on my cool guy shays and walk through the airport with my old combat boots from five years ago right like you look like a fucking idiot yes anyway and then on top of de what kind of idiot do you wanna look like. That's kind of what i go for. Yeah look like an idiot. That doesn't have shit right right. I just i try to be blackout drunk. When i'm an airport so you know i don't know anything i mean. That's that's the best way to do it. I like to be drunk. So that You know when people ask me questions. I just answer as sarcastically as possible. Because i'm in that front. Mindframe earned that that mindset where you know i could just be a news anchor a drunk news anchor doing right roving reporter roving reporter there. You go even better. Yeah anything social media i have. I may The predominant camel psychologists at a company called humpback happiness so it helps that. I like camels and i know a little bit about them. Nobody's ever called me on it so if they did though i could could feed him enough bullshit to make a belief. That's good. i'll. I'll actually tell people that i do other odd jobs that i used to do so because i know everything about it and i talk about it for days. Unfortunately and then. I just say that i do that. Still be oh. This is the most boring conversation i've ever had by by name. Yeah or i tell them the truth and they're really uncomfortable and then they leave anyway right there you go. I hunt to people for a living think tastes good. Yeah it's a weird. It's a weird interesting field. Were in and i'm glad that we're able to like hopefully make this happen to help it fucking recorded. If it didn't record that first half that was like the best. The best bit of podcast. I think i've done yet like good stories and good build up to it. But i do have to get out of here before my kids break down that door. Do your thing if it didn't work can You know let your fourteen followers including me know and we'll do it again. I hope you enjoyed that first. Episode of pm see podcasts. That's a private military contractor podcast. My audio and visual recordings in editing is going to get a little bit better as time goes on and get better equipment so Stick with it and keep listening to the show. I've got some very interesting characters coming up In the middle of that podcast. I edited most of the conversation. 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UF 374: Megan Olivi and Gerald Meerschaert

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

1:02:29 hr | 1 year ago

UF 374: Megan Olivi and Gerald Meerschaert

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Live your life people. There's little changes you make. But I did think of that because as you know Matt as a couple of guys who trained martial arts. We both understand that the mad can be a dirty place so when I was doing these strength training at the end Tiger Schulmann's and my face is right by the Matt. And you don't realize how often your faces by a Matt until your faces by Matt and they're like oh. Yeah Jitsu scary. I mean listen. It depends if the you know you gotta be. It's all about being clean. Get it all you gotta clean the Matt's Yeah could've cleaned you're gonNA make sure people got personal hygienes clean and like I said you gotTa Live. Your Life live in a fucking cave. I actually live in because I have so much fun but no no no yelled at class because like this whole virus yelled they're like you know I didn't really. I thought that was a sign of respect. Okay I didn't know that. Sign of toughness in respect. Did you make any contact? I just look Jimmy Rivera early. You know I feel bad. 'cause I let the cat added a big Jimmy fell bitch. Don't feel bad guy why we're not this Jimmy. Yeah he's he's like. Oh I think I think Jimmy wanted to wait before told everybody till he got better. I go I go. Listen I go Jimmy. I can't keep this no I. I have been saying it on air. These guys were all I have been saying. I gotta go train now. We think you're getting even though full jokes and I didn't always in the secret. I always wanted to do it for a month or so before I said it. He kept this way. I have done it and I could say yes. I'm doing it as opposed to try it once and didn't like I understand. You kept it from me. I keep it from it. You know. Don't make like Oh man I've been you. Don't make tell me everything you've been saying but no one's been picking up on a couple of times so we're splitting his. I'm happy to do it though I love it disagree and I did try Recently Jujitsu to take you Jitsu but I did not hear back from the people so hopefully. I'll have time visiting somewhere. I was traveling shooting something and I have to go back so I was. I was trying to get a couple of private lessons in just to do while. I'm away I do privates. I do one class Tigers showman and I do to private because he got my schedule. They're just not doing a class when I can do it because I gotta go do sets at night so I fucking love it though. It's great I'll tell you Jimmy. I'm Michael Back to teach in private. I haven't done that in a while but I told raise my taxes all right well fuck ridiculous but we'll talk about that later. This guy that shoots from the hip Megadeal Levy is coming into calling today and also Gerald Short who had such a great win over a Doron win a great fight. It was a great card. In general really mean event was lacklustre. Lackluster is a word to use. But listen it's it's I remember watching the Co main event and I was like ice. This is so great and not only this after this we got out of Sonya and Romero. What a night. It's only gonNA get better and better run. That's not a punchline. Better it wasn't very I don't fault Sonya as much as in this one Romero first of all was coming off two losses great fighter but this is probably your last title shot. And I know that you're conserving energy. And I understand. He's explosive but I watched that and I'm gonNA. What is he doing like he was literally not attacking and counter fighter? You Wanna law someone to sleep. But if it's not working I mean what was his four to three the punches in the first sign you has to defend his belt. Romero I I understand why. Pablo Kosta freaked out. I I got it like I thought that should have been his fight to begin with. I got it after a while. Romero's exciting and it's is probably as Lyndon Johnson I think polos out he was but he could've probably waited form a little bit. But YOU WANNA wait and I was really more irritated with Romero blaming Sonya like. Yeah okay. Maybe he sticky used his distance and he stayed on the outside. Because he doesn't WanNA get knocked out. You hit him in the first round and that really I think that shook oughta Sonya a little bit. And he's like I don't WanNa get hit by this fucking guy again so it's your job to close the distance. What are we supposed to do? Close the distance for us. The fans applaud more. Listen I understand. Both sides like yes. I think that at assign you before the fight was was was talking a lot. Also saying that he's going to do and what not and that's not what he did. I mean don't get me. I mean listen. It's always easier said than done far. If your state and what kind of level you are and you're gonNA retire a guy you can do this and that and then what happens is I think he got in there and felt that power and said all right maybe change a game plan and all the out classroom standing but he got. I think he realized that one shot that even if he's piecing them up another shot like similar to that just ended he could be he could be out strike in a guy five to one but that one on one hundred kickboxing big loves these little globs. Man. It's a different. You don't have to be the better striker. That's what I mean. You've got a well-timed overhand. And he had a well-timed overhand that hit landed more than once. He leaned a bigger strikes. You can't point out. Well look at his leg. Yeah legs busted up and I heard that guy was doing the Seltzer fucking is a true. He did the Salzer at the post fight. Press conference maybe yes. He did. Try to find that I didn't take euless. You're not doing the SALSA EULEX. Fuck you know what I mean but I I've seen guys like I think it was cub. Swanson Sorry Riot Josie. Yeah yeah that's a good one the point out now. It totally threw me off when I was GONNA say I'm only kidding. Maybe Dustin poor Whereas the Dustin one I believe that that one yes but he was afterwards. He's a hard time walking out like that's the sign of the guy whose leg is both. You can't look at say. Look man that Guy's looks a little purple destroyed them. Well all right. You know what I mean. Is that what you're going for? I mean listen I see both sides and at the same side at the same time I should say that amen is his last shot. He's a stud wrestler widened. Try to be more aggressive. When it's his last shot at title something to be. This is something for both guys that think about a little bit more. Romero because this was probably is that just because you feel you're not getting beat up and you're not feel like you're not losing doesn't mean you're winning because you're walking. You're not getting here right. It doesn't mean you're winning. You might be like I look now scratch on me but would you do. I mean you know what I mean. That does not mean. You're winning the fight and I've been caught up. There's certain fights that I've been in. And when you're in the middle of it you you envision something different than than what's going on like maybe what happened was like for instance while. I was just something about Myself Matt Hughes and look if this guy gets on top of me he's in trying to take my head off and I and I was prepared a lot of things so when he got a top and he was holding them. I will not doing shit I might as well chill and me. I was winning down. You know what I mean. So it's like but it threw me off that the guy wasn't doing something that I particularly them to do. So maybe out of Sonya was assuming this guy's GonNa come at them like sure he doesn't so he's not casualty. You've got to counter fighters now. That's right so I mean I. We still treat. I wasn't as borders a lot of people the first round look at the opening thing. Rivero is standing there like a statue trying this thing and it's like don't expect out of Sonya to walk in there and get beat up. That's not his job. His job is to beat to win the fight. Your job is to knock his head off. And if you're both cash if you both counter fighters and you and you want the belt you have to go after them because it's not working. The first couple of rounds was not working a pepper from the outside. Because that's what we're interested in civil war done you think. Aniston civil would have walked in there and got punched in the face by Boris. Thought he would have moved induct and half the time. Anderson's first round which is moving his hands in a back and forth and ducking and doing throwing five styles make screaming none. Listen if you look at At sign is prior fights when he fort like Robert Whitaker Brunson Brunson when he fought the gasoline of course because when guys are bringing it to him it brings out. He's he's he's ferocious. So you've seen something similar when he fought and Silva matter of fact it was more something similar feeling each other out there doing a little something where I wasn't going in there trying to destroy 'em he plays the counter fighter too so I do agree with this when it comes down to his neck with his next fight which should be Kosta I feel that's going to be a different fight. Much cost is going to be looking reason. Why Constant Romero was so devastating was constable. Try to take his head off and Romero could counter because he was right there. Sure but that's how I think cost is going to go in with such which is such a lack of respect for Oughta Sonya just trying to destroy skinny guy which will be a mistake. Because I decided you did and whitaker had not been. I don't believe had been. Maybe if he had been stopped. I don't his record in front of me. It wasn't any time soon. I don't think he'd been knocked out and he floor. Brunson which nobody saw happening people thought he might win but no one saw him knock him Brunson out. He has more power than people think. I did not like that fight but I put eighty percent of it on Romero because I watched him just standing there. And it's like if want that guy's belt thing go grab it man. Don't wait for him to fight sign. You could afford on the outside all day a smart fighter now but then he should we then he should have then he should have been picking up bottle. He wasn't doing that either. I mean he was when he could. But you're maybe not as much as as he would have been fun to watch but he was throwing at least in the second third round he started throwing kicks he started to have a little bit more volume whereas Romero was waiting for out of Sonya to come in and fight the way he wanted him to. And it's like that's what smart champion now. I'm just looking forward to this next one because I still think that kids going to be a star like I think out. Sonya is just great. I do think I don't think you can. This is not going to be. I still think he's going to be a huge pay-per-view drawer why did not wrestling. Mat. Do you think I'm GonNa say you might be too taxing. I'm going to say that's the most exhausting part like the explosion especially where he does it. He's he went for a couple of trips and stuff that didn't work When they were clinched up but You know he just didn't get him down but he did. We did get him down assigned. You didn't get up. Yeah he did and he got up fast. You do a few of those amen. You might just tap out from exhaustion of you. The Guy I mean listen. The guys forty-one it's he is an amazing amazing. I know how exhausting failed takedown is and if you get a takedown a guy gets right up. It's gotta be discouraging but again is add on oddest Sonya. If all of a sudden Romero's plan is to counter fight and save energy because he doesn't WanNa gas out and then all of a sudden out of Sonya is the bad guy for not giving him what he wants crazy flocked in that cage though. So you gotta look you know you should be looking at the the the inflict damage. Yager can just wait for that guy to bring the fight to you. Yeah but they need to fight. Hey Look I listen. I'm looking forward. The printers cost the and I wanna talk about that Coleman. But first we're talking get on now negatively support for this. Podcast comes from boost mobile. Don't settle for the excruciating pain of missing your team's biggest play because you have a frustrating and unreliable network step up with boost mobile boost. Mobile has a super reliable super fast network. So you can post up and watch the Games. 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Both of ours he is he goes between both of us like yes to spend his time making sure that neither one of US feels neglected. Great I when I was growing up. I had a dog Geronimo now. It loves us all but it would follow. We named Geronimo but it would follow my mother. She was always tripping over. She go to the bathroom. Be Right outside the bathroom. Always tripping over that thing does it like yes. He thought was me everywhere and if like one. We're watching a movie and get up to go to the bathroom. He asked to follow us. Where are you going? Unconditional love back. It's not even like that's more like that's almost codependent. The dog's a little co dependent a little bit a little bit making. You're covering a hallowed even covering mixed martial arts. Oh probably rally nine years now nine or ten years and that's how you enjoy obviously was your no no no. I met him randomly on a girl's trip to Las Vegas in the hotel lobby of Mandalay. Bay 'cause I was GONNA ask like when you're covering it and you meet all the fighters what makes somebody. It's gotta be. It's almost if you play professional football. And you want to say cheerleader. But you know there around the fighters or around the guys all the time. What do you do? That's different. That make somebody go. Hey this is somebody. I wanted to talk to see him outside that arena. Yeah and he would have been the one. I'd WanNa talk to you anyway but yeah you covering the sport at the time or you weren't no. I wasn't I had just graduated college and me and my two best friends went to Las Vegas before I started graduate school just to celebrate and Joe and I met and he asked me for my email address. And that's a nice way to do it. Email is not invasive. Email is actually not too creepy. No it's not like texture because I'm desperate if someone gives me the number I text before they're out the door just have my number two. I'm the worst so you worked at. You worked at Fox before you with Megan kill. What did you think of bombshell? Did you see it? I just watched it the other night. Yeah I I mean. I certainly wasn't to any of that was happening like that. I love the movie in terms of the movie but you know Megan was. I learned more for Meghan than I probably learned in all of graduate. School Just the way. She did her research and conducted ourselves. I saw her be put into some really Interesting situations in terms of like people wanting to come in and interview her because it was an election year and the way she handled herself in. Those You know obviously almost gotcha moments really taught me a lot. And here's a tough cookie. But she was great to learn from. Yeah I really like her. I don't know her. I kind of half metre once but I always enjoyed watching her. She seemed extremely prepared and combative when she needs to be but not overly so if not I really love wasn't it and and in terms of her preparation like she had ever show has a research team but she would double and triple check their research on her own like it wasn't good enough that somebody said yes. This is true like she made sure it was true and double check that it is true so you interviewed obviously route the fired and everyone was complaining about the main event and out of Sonya a like when you interviewed most attitude about it because it seems like Humid Romero both kind of blaming each other for the fact that the fight wasn't exciting for the fans as it should have been. Yeah you know getting to know style. Bender has been really really fun. He's a he's a very positive energy to be around when he came out of his medical tent. He came right over to me to do an interview. And that just wasn't there you could tell. There was a lot of disappointment He said he was disappointed in southeast. Listen I've never been in a fight. I don't like that for myself. So it wasn't. You wouldn't have known he won the fight. It was almost that vibe was like Oh who came out of this. The winner between the guys says they were both you know so sorely disappointed. We talked about it before you came on and I was kind of putting a little bit more on Romero just because you know like this might be your last shot and you really want this and you are coming off losses and OUGHTA Sonya. I thought was very. I was surprised. Move that he didn't wait for Kosta and he said I WANNA fight Romero. Nobody seems to want to fight Romero but he seems to blame the Sonya for not fighting the fight that would have been convenient for him. And that's hard. I mean first of all you guys understand this I mean Matt. You certainly understand this better than I do like. This is your future. This is your health. That's on the line. If you lose you only get half your check like that could mean a lot of things for your family so you know. Everybody has to fight the fight. They believe is right for them to win. I mean I don't ever want to take anything away from from anything but like yeah rumor. You said this could very well be the last time you have this opportunity at your age and your position division. And he didn't get it's not like he was giving style vendor all. These openings can seem fainting a lot really trying to get him to buy just invite When he did try and say like okay. I'M GONNA I'm just GONNA go we everybody's doing I'm just going to do this. He got to nobody. Yeah you can't do it like I understand. It is for fans but when two guys are fighting I almost think the entertainment value has in their mind has got to be secondary to winning the fight. You're literally guy who really wants to knock you unconscious. You know I always entertainments gotta come like kind of a secondary last. I look. I don't think you should be punching and taking punches just to be entertaining one hundred percent. I mean and I we're spoiled because we have so many amazing fights on every card and it was particularly hard to follow up that combing event. And not just you know. Have the fight that we had is the main event with really those first two minutes how it started. I think also set. Everybody is just set. The tone that for the next twenty five minutes people were going to be unhappy and yet we we can't just ask them to entertain us. Grow caution to the winds. Because that's what we want. But after you have that co main event that's life changing and then we're seeing you know you'll well standstill her for over two minutes that set the tone of like what are we doing. And I've found a few times and again when a women's Co main event championship the the main event. A lot of time has a hard time after like there was a Rhonda Against Michigan. State was the Cullman. I forget I want to say it was Jones Jones. Title Fight Have Been Call Me. I don't remember who he was fighting at the time and also Amanda Fighting Cyborg. Whatever the main event was right after that I remember it was not as exciting and then this one. It's just I it's hard to follow and you wonder do the main event guys see this fight and almost worry about going on after it. Yeah I mean it's definitely on the locker rooms because I I went in there right To weigh lease locker room right before she was going to walk out and she stopped her warm up to watch the LEECH her teammate. To Watch his fight and they were getting fired up and then you could see like okay. GotTa get back to training. Okay I have to have a good bye to. You could just kind of see that happen. So I'm sure they had it on in their locker room but you know they're both they're both smart guys you know. Style mentor has so many kickboxing fights as well. He's he's going to do what it takes to win at the end of the day and he actually you know. He told me the thing that I really took away from the interview. He's like I'm so proud of my focus because I was getting bored in right before I'd get bored and kind of let my skill set slip. I decided okay. No I think this focus. That's you Romero is going to strike law. He wasn't the only one getting bored. Listen what are you GONNA do Speaking of the the Komen has anybody. Is there any Word from Wiley or specially Yana? Because I felt so bad. Because you know. Follow on instagram she. She likes to sell fees a little bit so I mean when she tried to use the flag to cover her head was like a balloon head. I felt so bad. Because you're such a pretty girl I felt and you know was bothering her and not bothering her to look that it looked like that and it must have been hard for. I know a father. Was there a family? So it listen. It's a brutal game. You just wanted to give her a hug. You know you've felt and she. After such performance I thought she won the fight. I mean it was very thought you I don't want to one. I think possibly because of her and we're going to watch that last round leader in whatever but I think possibly because of the appearance I mean. They can see that shit in the bleachers. Mandalay judges might have been like. I'm giving it the only way you're saying yet. No I haven't heard an update. I was just thinking about that this morning. I was like oh I hope like they can give us a video message so we can see them and know that they're okay but I mean she didn't I don't think he was really touching it to the later rounds and then once I think she realized what it was like it was one of those things you can't you can't stop thinking about. I was just nervous. I'm like I had no idea who was winning. The fight had no clue what was happening. I was just in awe of the whole thing but I just kept thinking Kim magnet cut in that open like what what is going to happen and if that occurs And yet you know she she you know it it. It hurt her. And you know the judges were certainly able to see that. I think we see that. A lot of guys who cut in and show damage a lot earlier. They sometimes get penalized for it even though it might have been nothing that. Oh they had scar tissue. They're and they're gonNA get cut no matter what it it. It is something that goes into the judges minds for sure. Wh- reliving freaking amazing fight though it was incredible man but I was surprised when I heard that they were thirty. Eight thirty going into the final round. Because I did think that you want to eat it out barely but again I'm going by. We have to watch it again. But I remember thinking that John One the fifth or it was close so I was surprised that the judges I remember seeing that going. Aright John won this round. But I still think that you'll Anna. I was surprised it was thirty. Eight thirty but again. Either way. It's like when you see judging like that was a forty eight forty seven forty eight forty seven forty or forty seven split like. It's kind of hard to complain about the judge when they're all seeing it that kind of close it makes you feel better about the judging and people are going to be unhappy no matter what those fight like they both need about. We need to draw and everybody gets belt because it was so great and thank you for your upper because otherwise everybody else is going to get. They're GONNA be mad. They have like you know passionate fans and no matter when it's razor close you piss off fifty percent of it. Yes I want to ask you how you deal with this now like. You're you're very professional now at the fights and everything which is great but now you have your husband fighting now and it doesn't usually it's great because it goes his way. Usually what what he does the dishes a nice guy fucking espresso thing just nice. Joey also mood Joey. All what made you a Cappuccino. That's so great okay. That's so beautiful. How now how covering something like that? And it's an earlier high. Got Her keepers. The COP Joe. I'll tell you right now. I want to see the top if you put like a little leaf into something that looks like professional if the quality phone that he hasn't done the designs yet but yet real real nice over here. Doesn't that burn your fingers? I always a handle on my cup. I can't hold a bear cup. I hurt my fingers like this special. Very Cool Double Glass Cup. I feel very fancy drinking so little. When it's a rough night how do you keep? I'm emotional person. How do you keep my wife from going to certain fights like how? How do you deal with going back to all right and then you know right back to your business as usual seeing something rough and talking about that particular fight? Is it hard? Yeah yeah well I mean. I didn't work his last fight Great but yet. It's only really happened one time 'cause he wins he usually wins. And it's it's not easy It's yeah it's probably the most challenging thing. I feel like any professional could ever be asked to do in in the sports world Because you could imagine you know even like if your you know your wife. Soccer team lost the game and she plays for the women's national team. And then you have to go an interview the team that beat them and you know what I mean and then if you add any sort of physical ailment in there that's all you can think about you know Joe's my number one priority in life so if I know he's hurting you know physically mentally and emotionally. It's it's very challenging. I just try and like I actually try and think of Joe in every situation like all right if this if this was his opponents wife interviewing interviewing him after he won I would want them to have a really fair shot and a good view. So that's how I try to approach is just I was trying to put Joseph in that situation and be like how would I want him to be treated right now? And that's how I'm gonNA treat everybody else and let me give you guys both a compliment. Because my wife watches the Kelly Ripa and Ryan seacrest. Sure what does the Ryan and Kelly in the Mayan Tallying Ryan Kellyanne Riot Kellyanne every morning? She's watching it and they were both on that and they killed it. Listen let me tell you something Ryan. Seacrest is very lucky. That he didn't get his neck snapped when he tried to jump out of. Joe's guillotine the guys I mean what does he do he nuts. I mean JOE got out it would be Joe. Look Silly Joe Joe. Did you see that shit? Yeah I was like for a second. Mike. I'm not jump into it as hard as I like. Hurt his this little weird open and get out of my team and just make me look like a jerk squeezing it was. It was hilarious. One did he just so people know. Joe Like went from like one knee and like sat into the Guillotine shot. Joe Does which of course because he's high level. You always put your your leg on the lower back coastguard. That guy can't tumble salt out but Ryan seacrest. Oh no so he josiah showing them all said he goes okay. What if I do this? Joe Like held onto it. 'cause he doesn't WANNA look foolish. He could hurt himself. Go Nowhere. But I think Ryan was a little embarrassed got up that was great and but Holy Fuck seacrest. Irish so scared as he's GonNa have a broken neck. There's nothing we can. You See. This is what you gotta realize. 'cause I've interviewed a lot of fighters that I've had a lot of them. Show me moves. You have to realize this guy's a fighter you're not to Alpha's discussing something I'm paid the Alpha is showing me something and I'm going to enjoy the fact that he's not strangling me into unconscious. You have to one hundred percents realize this professional is taking it easy on me and just giving me a very friendly moment as opposed to trying to get out of it like an ASS. You gotTa See. It was funny. I you know I watched it. I go going on all over. I'm like Holy Shit like a pro but it wouldn't even look bad if he got out of there because then joke just played. Love the guy you got me fucked like. You're not showing as hard as you can talk. He's his heart disease. But you're just showing it anyway but then you have to kind of like burrow down to be like all right. You're not going anywhere so it was. It was great. I was really surreal. Time being on the show. Like I all the Yeah it was. It was the only thing I hate about. That show is when before they cut back and forth like to run and Kelly did go to an audience member and some whoever wants to be on camera. Does the stupid? It's fucking dancing and I'm just like I just want this person. This person to get hit by a fucking truck too far. No that's too far but no taping because it would infuriate you if people volunteer to dance John. That's the espresso. Yeah no that's me all the time and I'm like Oh murderer there. Because they're dancing like no one is watching. You don't want every watching national donation. They should've dance like nobody's watching because man it's rough it's funny like the live. Shows all backup Hicks? So there's like five of them just it's guys on because you're a couple in the same business or because of the dynamic of fighter and reporter. I wasn't supposed to be on I'm really fortunate. Kelly RIPA's a great friend of mine. she's been a really wonderful mentor and I adore her and so I was just standing in the wings. And she called me over so joe with the guests to promote his fight already learned so in the and then. I was just kind of like half half asleep because it was like seven o'clock in the morning I was not aware it's going to be on camera and yet she had me come over. Do you know why I like Kelly Ripa because I met her and her husband at a party and they said they liked me. And that's all it takes. I love that's all it takes to win me over there. The greatest like people always ask us if we're with them like Oh my God what are they like? They are the greatest people I've ever known like whether they're famous famous. I mean they are the most generous like wonderful individuals everything. They seem like they're on camera. They're like twenty times better in real life. They were were so lucky to know them. Have you been to that their apartment? They showed photos of that in something where they have like a roof Jacuzzi. Her place is spectacular. You've been there right. Yeah it's it's mind blowing his own riverdale. What do you think is he fuck? You don't even know what mark does I know. He's a good apps. Twenty has kelly because he's in good shape that's why nobody he's a really nice guy he is but it's funny because then Riverdale. He plays a real prick. My wife goes out with me. You Watch riverdale. Oh Yeah I tried to watch anything. My friends are in so I support Riverdale. We actually knows them the rest of the cast in their all their big UFC fans. We took their first. Ufc event in Vancouver in the judge. Pardon Archie and Archie Archie Reggie Casey's characters the sheriff son Yarmulke a bunch of the the younger guys in mark all came and they they loved it they were just like this is the greatest thing I've ever been to. Was that a mess. G couvert Vancouver. Oh yeah show market. Who is gay? Gm sorry cowboy engaged. Shit all right man. Let's keep listening to you. And by the way is that an espresso or is that another. Oh no no no. Let's hear a real machine guys man france-presse we got the grinder. Let your cat off. Yeah so you guys buy it whole and then grinded up yourself. Yeah well not me. I put those I I put the little. I have my daughter's doing my little six year. Old Sophie can make Espresso. She puts the little tablets in. It's the other shit. I can't even do old school. Yeah it's very. I actually hire someone with white gloves to do it for me. I don't want to grind up anything. Yeah no Jason Various Barista milk in every tell ya it's an art. What's Barista milk coconut milk actually Oakwood? It's a Barista lands that. They saw the coffee shops. That I'm trying. I'm trying to find a milk. It's not like cow milk and I can't look what's out milk. Milk is better. 'cause I don't like almond milk and Cappuccino. Milk took them for coffee is the best foaming agent it has like the most richness increase. Ace good keeps its sweetness. It's nice try. This is why I know he knows because he said foaming agent. That's a person who knows what he's talking about. Because I would never say I would not all right well. Thank you mega. Thank you joe for coming. I'm glad you were there. Thanksgiving in COUPLA might be one of my favorite couples. Yes and that's a really. That is a God damn good station. They have set up for. That's a big house first of all. That's a main event fighters house. That's what being a successful fighter. Looks like? This is an apartment. That's a giant beautiful house. That is a beautiful house and they got a nice dog. Are I look before we continue with the show Matt? We're having a good time. Got An important announcement for UFC FANS. If you're not dedicated to your hair health you're not giving a hundred percent hair club is the official marketing partner of UFC. Two four nine and they can get your hair in shape. I mean look the older you get your hair look stupid. You know that you're not happy with how it looks. You put on hats. You look like an ass you have three piece suit and a hat. No woman is fooled. 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Because I was going to ask you. That was such a great fight with Doron and in the third round. You had him really hurt and you definitely could've finished with strikes but then you went to the ground and I'm like I wonder if he's doing that for another reason. Was there a reason? You went for the submission. Was that what you just said? Kind of in the back of your mind. Well I didn't have at the back of my mind necessarily but I ain't got like twenty one or twenty two submission wins so it's something that I you know. I'm naturally GONNA go to right. Even though he was hurt he was still moving around enough where I didn't know the strikes you know maybe he would grab a hold of me or get a leg or something. Hold on a position where I could get anything clean off but I do if I wrapped him up and went for a submission. I got locked in for sure. And he can't go anywhere now. You're a well rounded guy but submissions. I mean you can't look what. You're doing with the submissions. Did you start? Which did you start with with martial? Art Actually started with everything so I complete opposite way you should. I went to a fight. Gym Guys in the UC WC a nineteen year. Old Kid now abandoned house. Like hey is I don't WanNA fight. They're like sweet. We're GONNA kick the crap audience teach house so I just kind of learned everything altogether wanted. Tonight's fortunately had some really good guys. Coaching me what? What built are you? Ju Jitsu your black belt. So have you done to you train with the game without or no so when I started? We didn't have anyone doing the. And like the way I learned Jitsu the first like five years wrestle. They're good wrestlers and good at coaching wrestling. But they also really immerse themselves in Jujitsu. Of course everything was no kind of geared towards fighting so my style is kind of like Jujitsu from a wrestling perspective. So you guy think. I've wrestled before but it's really just because that's how I learned it at first and then after like five six years that I finally put the John and working water leak came to our gym and then I really got accustomed to that and earn my belts the quote unquote proper way. Yeah well you know what it is when they say proper because like if you're on bottom especially powerful guy like you might be hard to hold down so now when these guys got those grips on you you technically have two butterfly sweep or get you know what I mean. Get your submission I as you know. So that's really that's so wild man because that is actually the total opposite of a lot of people's paths. Mike in my Jim Jim my I guess you'd call Jim but my martial law school. I liked that better you know. There's a Gold's gym sure. It's not a gold's gym at all blocks respect there but my point is I don't think I think the gay off in the beginning until they get four stripes for that exact reason because their explosive. And but you did it the opposite way. What the fuck do I know? Look how great he's doing. That is fantastic. Now let me ask you something. Being a guy around Iran's height how weird was it punching down amount attacking beat the B in a shorter guy? I know what it's like and it's hard for the guy to get shorter guy to get to the taller guy but at the same time it's kind of hard to find that Chin sometimes right or wrong with the shorter guy. 'cause you're punching down. I had success so I had to really my stance and a lot of people. Ask me about that. I've kind of one hundred or get low getting at his level to make it a little bit easier to find my strikes and I ended up touching. His channel is one thing that threw me off. Defense wise is everything he throws for him as a big circle right. But for him whatever's a big circle is a small tight circle for me and pretty much. Every other middleweight off the planet so even though it looks like his arm is completely straight win out. It's coming pretty tight end for me. If I'm not on my PS and QS like you know a couple of times I got beat pretty good I was gonna ask you that too because DC was talking about him possibly dropping down in weight but he said at times yes to cut down to one eighty one of the five and so he doesn't think he can go down to one seventy you hit his body to a couple time which which. I think he really did not seem to like that of that. Yeah I I love a good good body. Shots don't look as effective on TV but no fighters seems to like getting hit in the body. So what did you feel that? That was being better effect on them. Oh Yeah I think that opened up the head strikes later on in a fight and it's one of those things where he so short and compact got a real short thick neck in order to rattle his cage like greed and knockout. You GotTa get the the brain moving in the skull faster than the scope and keep up so it knocks. The walls in the skull of mass would give somebody concussion. Well you've got a short powerful neck like that you're a small guy. It's hard to rattle their head around. So you got to touch the body a little bit to really make them lake loose it up and Kinda unintentionally relaxing. Give you an opportunity to smack them around a little bit so I had to go to that body loose. Yeah but he did. Have you heard a couple of times or he did he did a little? Bit of a very big looping punch and there was a couple of times I remember that literally. You really landed. There was a couple of shots that they probably look worse than they were definitely like he caught me with some clean ones and I remember being like all right. That was a good shot. Nothing that wobbled me but was real good and then the third round that one he definitely caught me with and I had. I had the draft legs for a second there. I had to get my bearings back not to mention those body shots. You know if somebody problems cutting weight or if you heard. They missed weight in the past. If they hydrate up the wrong way man the body shots I remember. I got need once. Jeff Curran and you'd in the body I don't want to too many of those mother fuckers and there's some guys and you probably know this Gerald from just sparring in general that could take back to their head but you attack their body. They're fucking going down the weirdest thing ever exactly and I've said that before you know some guys will take all the. It's usually opposite to write some guys. They got an iron chain. But you touch the body. They hate it and then other guys who hit him with the body day they sit there but you talked to channel once they fall over for no reason. It's true Jimmy unless you're like Jimmy who's just a piece of iron. Yeah all the way through it from head to toe. Hit the balls down so you. Are you still playing music? Do you still play music? I'd do it recreationally. I probably lost a step here there. It's something that I find to be therapeutic. Kinda music so my instrument that I'm the most well versed on is a saxophone. Originally before I started fighting I was in college and I had a couple of little scholarships to be selling music teacher and I was really into blues and stuff like so. That was my life before he fought. Oh we got time that shit out not back. All the Ron Jeremy. Thinking that's so you wanted to be a music teacher. Ron Jeremy's don't take nothing. Jeremy Ron Jeremy could pick it up and hold it to his. Not that he wanted to the beauty of Ron Johnson. The whole different Dole whip nothing out like Roger Me. You had whip it out like Ron Burgundy the flute back Gerald. Sorry about that. They're gonNA come out of the interview so you wanted to be teacher bands at all. I mean the saxophone into a band right. Yeah other than school banners and stuff not too. Many people were looking for tax which is interesting because well seriously a lot of older music. Bruce springsteen they always had a saxophone guy there. There's a lot of old rock songs that if you don't think about it because it's not the centerpiece of it but there's a lot of Sexwale billy. Joel exactly by thing was like blues music and stuff like that. Which is a lot of a lot of guitar? A lot of sex. So that was my whole sticking. You know at that point in my life. I was like I love music more than I love doing anything else and you know that eventually hit people for money and I was like what do you did you find with the saxophone when you are playing. You got like a certain older age of groupies the saxophone rupees. Listen there's groupies for the bull ride. Is they call the fucking buckle. Bandits Bockel Betty's buckle bunnies. Yeah I'm sure there's a name in general for like for musicians that have fallen around. But I didn't play that much that I would have. You know groupies following me around for like high school. It's weird that Schick Jimmy says if I single. Ib the soccer. Mom banded. But I'm not going. I'm a husband and a father and happily married happily married. I'm not looking for soccer. Moms why the Blues Documentary on Netflix. And I didn't know that I never considered them. Did you see the Z? Z. Top documentary. Oh my God. Oh you like Z. Z. Top. I haven't seen that one. I was just watching the other day on. Robert Johnson is like the pioneer blues. Really good backstory on heaven everything but off the CHECK INS e Tom One. I never considered them bluesy. The I just watched it because I I was it was there and I thought it was a live performance. I like sharp dressed man boring story but I wound up just watching this documentary. And I'm like fuck this. I knew nothing about those guys. And they're like pretty heavy blues influence and like I really like easy top. He's I would rather watch the audience members dance on Kelly ripper and the other show than watch A. Z. Z. Top concert. Why does fit the longest running back in history the longest rock band lineup in history shaped the fucking pointing to the get the do their own thing they point yes? Everybody's got their own thing. We've got Gerald we do. I just interested always in what a Lotta Times fighters do other than fighting's never what you'd think like very rarely like you know people wouldn't say yes sax player and fighters not using the combination. Are you married do Gerald Gays? They'll be May. Oh Okay and you're thirty two years old. You got a lot of forty three points in how you started your first pro fight. How old were you? I believe I was nineteen. Did you win or lose your first fight? Oh I got the crack out of the loss for sure trade. Like your go ahead. You're crazy little there and now you would do group acidic correct or my way. I wasn't when I started when I started at a place called Strasser Freestyle Academy okay. Choisir yeah okay you comparision back in the day and we had some other guys gag law. That awesome tough dues. They were pretty well known. In their time and Brian Geraghty had been on the ultimate fighter. Sergio Gomez who'd fought some tough guys. Wec INTRAMURAL Masuzo a couple of names. And then after that I kind of was on my own for a second there and then I ended up coming to dukes Jim. But I've been dukes Jim for seven or eight years now. I think somebody said that your team mate below the hell below Muhammad who a friend who had here was yelling out stuff to you in the fight. Did you hear him at all? I heard below almost clear by corners. It was ridiculous that is so loud voice. That will. He's a good dude. Bill and was he. Would you know what he he? He's one of your main trading partners or oh yeah so Blau Mike Roads Brandon Allen when he comes up. Gp Say Lewis was all a bigger guy. So we'll get a lot of work in some of the stuff you were saying seemed kind of outlandish good point land ish like was he sent. You remember anything. I say couple random times like kids throwing Hanky can. I'm like dude if I throw it as head of over to follow it's funny with the show guys got oh man look at the region but they ask one of the as one of those short people you know. Everything's got it's advantages and disadvantages reminds me a little bit Doron. Just because he's he's a smaller than a lot of the guys in the division. I like watching him fight and that was really interesting. Matchup is fun. Fire US distance so well man we are so good at using the your reach advantage. That was really trying to keep them at the end of my job but you know tell by my face got a couple of stitches. I took a couple of shots. 'cause usually my whooping is going forward and I like fighting in a phone booth so even though I kept him on the end of that Jab landed long twos. I like fighting people man. Even if I'll give a little ground here there at some point I like engaging in the fire a little bit so you know kind of put yourself in positions where you're gonNA get smacked around a little so I take some shots. Perfect pertinent listen. You could point out now again. Different opponents but similar in a sense where. Doron has a lot of power to so if out of Sonya Gerald that was a great fight with Geraldine Doron. Yes now if out of Sawyer had the same approach. That'd be a different fight. You could say that's right. You know what I mean. I know we were saying that. They both counter fighters if he wanted to play counter fighter and keep the that'd be a different instead of the barn burner was. That was a very entertaining. I'm excited to see what's next for you. Who in you might have did it on Air? But let's do it again so people could hear it and you seem like a really nice guy like you. Don't WANNA call nobody out but it's nice to have a name well enough friends. Your friends will below. Listen Watch A- Gerald duty you want you know I've been thinking about it before and I told them people. I kind of like the fighting Heinisch. I think he's a top fifteen. I think that'd be a nice little step up. He's got a decent name contenders and it'd be a good scrap absolutely man. Well look thank you. It's good talking to you and congratulations. It was that was a really great. It's weird because it was a couple of really great fights and yours was one of them. A Bonilla's fight was was really great as well dare uses fight was there was some really great ones but yours is one of the US. I thought it was a little unsung. It should have been talked about a bit more because that was a very exciting fights. Oh congratulations man. Thank you all right. We'll talk to you again. Okay say hello to everybody for me. Like below and all the guys. I'll do that all right. Y'All take him Gerald Gerald. I did too and that was a him against the in his would be a very interesting fire. Listen I mean I say soccer mom banded as a joke. I'm not a fucking happily married. Do you are happily married. Yes I'm saying if it was a different like different universe I'm not married. I'm not going for young girls. I let's watch fight here in J chick you know. They're saying that. Thirty eight thirty eight at this point at this. That's what they're saying today. Yeah I mean we have a big left to start off but I I literally remember thinking that widely won this round and you wanna was ahead but again I'll watch. I feel different right. I mean Nice kick by Johanna and the fact that Widely who is? I'd never been. Has she ever been this foreign to a fight? She ever been into third or fourth and fifth round and the fact that she was able to keep pace with Yolanda. Who Does this all day? She can go to a fifth round all day without disturbing the head. I don't know what was feel like. I wonder what they do. What do they do they like? Drain it somehow. How a Hematoma gets what happens with. It does go back. Naturally I know Joe is a cold press. I mean you WANNA is leading some some good cakes. I don't know how with damage they're doing but they're a couple of leg and body kicks Landing Man. I'll tell you. Why has some? She'd futile land rights and beautiful striking to and now we're just kind of enjoying the five percents kind of kick them to see right here. It's in this is very close. I mean very but again right now you on is ahead in this round. I remember and I remember how it ends when she does. The back is actually. She cut her with it too. That was a nice ending to the fight. Yeah now it's freezing good. Oh froze now. We're back now. We're a minute and a half and you WANNA is again ahead widely missing a little bit so I would say is that this is going to shine out to a the weeds. We talked a little bit about Rodolfo Rivera right there. Rivero Vera Vera Vera. You said yes. He's a Jujitsu like stud such credentials into Jitsu and he got a Arm Triangle that was beautiful. And I can't wait to see what's next with him and he got his shot in the process and that's good for him Jitsu guys. They're not used to getting hit once. You realize you get hit. You know I made a glass and you could fight with us or whatever it will make them that much more prepared for future wars. So I want to see what's next with that guy 'cause I loved Jujitsu and man. He looked these. These problems undefeated also. So it's exciting. See as Vera while these landing I think more significant strikes landed one right. She did. Yeah but I mean widely four before that and it just seems like she's doing now as the round goes forward she's landing a few more head strikes again you on is mostly were kicked but this was just head clemmie. Look that she clinches. Are you on A? It's a very very close fight. I'm okay with a champion. Not Losing Their Belton. This fine lighting close. I did think nj one I think she 'cause I mean even without this round I feel she i. I'd have to go back and watch every round but like right now. She's winning this round when you love drag tries to happen. I feel. She's winning. See Now I think that she put up more volume but I think a lot of them have been leg kicks and I think we're as widely as landed a few more significant. Why is is busted up as well as just. What if it wasn't for that forehead you know what? I mean which is downright frightening. Goodbye to get her moving and get now is the fifth round but the law. I mean hand left Hong Jong just landed a tremendous right hand. I was talking about Joe. John landed a a great short right. No body kick left lane. I mean we got a minute left what I feel. I mean. Watch how she put stay. But I feel that Ukraine's this watch the back fist. Boom it's going to be coming up a couple seconds. Yeah man back this saying like they're going forward that's why they're so they're busted up. The other guys came out clean. I think that's one of the reasons. Why Style Zhang? By the way one a star in China she is I have a philly her next fine. If everything's okay with the corona virus and they can work out getting there will be a main event China. Look at that kick I WANNA see. Here's what I WANNA see. I WANNA see Champ I predict a rematch between these two. Or if rose beat Jessica. It's going to be nominee eunice against While John That's where I think this is what we call short time when this second slack. And so she gonNA play it safely. She won on the Seattle. Now look look at the timing of the backfield. They're just being careful to a terrible mistake. Believe she's throwing combination Roman was Johnny Story on. She landed right there she looks. She landed timing. She ends up Thursday. She did this. She missed a back fist. Yep Wiley missed it. Now Watch the timing looks. She's setting up boom. He got her good. Yeah Oh my goodness Dana Klabin on. But she grabbed. It landed a punch and guy. Was that a good fight with that man. I mean both fucked up any out. You're gonna I thought you WanNa WanNa put you cannot listen you see you have to give so much credit to the champ to. I mean long I I you know. Listen get some ice on that. It's a decision that again. I do think you'LL WANNA eat it out but it's one of those things where I can. Okay I'm okay with the decision going away. By the way before we wrap up we should do our picks. We should start. I enjoyed doing picks again and typically. Yeah about hurting people's feelings we gotta get back to that. And I was just kidding. Gerard Gerald. I do not like psalms okay. I was wanting to make that clear. Everybody say should just shits and giggles every weekend. So goddamn serious. Here's our picks start with men. Alex L. Avera against Max Griffin. I got that one you. Did you said news? Studio fucking in new hold on new studio roles new studio new champion. I don't know going to be the winner from that one. You always the better than me. Okay well let's see how I did. Okay okay so the first one you are correct yeah Griffin the second round. Tko Is sadly mistaken with the Fox. So how do we gonNa do the points because we have to the way we have one point get involved the win like whoever will give you pick the right way to one point if you pick the round and the way they do it? It's an extra point and extra courses three possible points. I guess too if you pick around and the method and the method okay. This guy's got right to shut down. Please okay so matt right now. Is Up Matt. Right now is up one nothing. Thank you okay. The second one was against Li Jing long tough dame to say. I know I'm doing it wrong. Matt Maggie by decision and I also picked Magni by decision to we both get three. He looked fucking incredible that fight though and I mean literally like he could have fought like forty five minutes. Of course it gets close. That was I'll tell you that was a great fight. It was except that you had Drag car by decision. I skillfully chose Bruyneel even though I did take third round sub so I receive. I believe one point. Yesterday's second round. I believe one received one point and you receive none so right now. I think it's four four. Am I correct cool? Let's see Coleman event. They see John. Wiley also always say. Why are these Zhang against you? Matt had gone by Decision Now. I had Zhong get one round at one point zero one of you out. I thought she won Matt. No but I do think that Matt should've gotten three points for that because I think Matt was correctly even though I get it I have no pick for the main event what I pick all right. Why did you want somebody as we might? In my opinion who you have chosen I would have chosen other Sonya. Would you okay? So how about we even had fourth-round first of all? I think I picked you out as a matter. We could just do because he was short and stock yet that I pick you L. But ANA MICHELLE ANTONIO MISSED. It did he. Did you pick him? I'M PRETTY SURE. Why don't you go back and watch that? So the point for me or not pick you the point if not. I don't all right. I don't think you should get it. Because they fucked up blend into Claude's doesn't mean that I should point. I shouldn't use my skills cloudy and ought to Claude mean the clients a clumsy lumbering oath done saw guys sorry guys. Sorry guys all right. Listen for me. Thank you Gerald Short. And thank you to the way. Sean Sean Amazing. Oh really quick before we go Neil Magny. He was on here before and he had a layoff he. I'll tell you right now. He never looked better. Yeah he never looked better. He looked fun. Neil Magny looked awesome. You know what I mean because leasing Lang Lang Cetera. Yes thank you thank you. He is dangerous dude. Got Endurance for days. And He. I'll tell you I'm excited for what's next with that guy because something's clicking and he looked awesome. You know 'cause I was excited about that okay. Is it pretty much everybody? Yeah Oh by the way. The the Mark Madsen he's undefeated.

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SellingSunset: There's Something About Mary's Wedding

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SellingSunset: There's Something About Mary's Wedding

"It was. Craft. Have, been sweat as much. Bed. Off. S so much. Hello and welcome to watch a crap ends a podcast about all that crap would just love to talk about on yield Bravo. I'm Ben Mandil and joining me is a wonderful in hilarious man. It's Mr. Ronnie Kerem Hey Ronnie. Ronnie I, not only do this podcast, but we all we both have. We have other things as well. Ronnie does the rose. Bachelors PODCAST, which is great for all your bachelor and Bachelorette needs, so you go check that out go subscribe wherever you would subscribe to this podcast, and then I also guest host on the game brain podcast if you like board games. Games. Check that out because it's Super Fun and super cool and I also do a cartoon parody of the real housewives of New York called the real housewares kitchen island, and there's new episodes coming soon. I'm in the middle of enemy of carry. It's very exciting right introduction of new character this week, so go check that out on Youtube and also another thing is. 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We know those corona virus numbers are on the rise, so please keep social distancing and wearing masks. Yes, you can get some asks over at CRAP ENRICH DOT com. We've made a bunch of them, so go check over there for a fresh bravo crap INS mask. Yeah, they're awesome. So, now we are going to do some sense. This episode three in season two for those of you trying to follow along. Yeah, he's and he's been out for a while I think season three comes out in July or August. Perfect better start hustling I. Think I think. I'm officially hooked on this show Romney. I was like watching it and I'm like I. I was like I'm loving the show all of a sudden leg. It's like nothing happens, and then all of a sudden. You know like the first few times we're watching. It's like okay I'll take a note about this and this, and then this episode I was like every little thing is like Chris. L. Picks up a coffee mug. Yeah, we'll nothing happens on most of this as we watch this just kind of the that Israel. That's true not like we're normally recapping, you know. Can't even think of anything SMART. That's a dumb. The show is made me. Think of one smart thing to say Amadeus said something smart. Starring to Lebanese man. Well you know it's funny so this week we will be on our bonus episode. We're going to TALK ABOUT MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LA WE'RE GONNA touch base with it, so I hadn't seen. AM The L. La very long time and I realized that selling sunset is kind of now. My go-to flashy Los Angeles real estate. Show better. It's definitely better. La is taken a kind of a dive lately. We've talked about later. I mean a harsh a sad dive because I liked that one, I ask. New York but liked La for a long time. New York drove me drove me nuts I. mean granted Steve Gold. I could always look at him, but new. York felt extremely producer driven like you could. You could just like see the lines being written by the producers being fed to Frederick Ekelund, okay, but like I think not to say that selling sunset is by any means. Authentic, but I think once you go to selling sunset. It's hard to go back to the style of million. DOLLAR LISTING LA UTAH. It's also people are writing the lines for them on selling sunset. They're morons Okay, it's like more. They're giving jobs to morons. Switch listen. We both live in La and Morons need to work, too. So I support it. I'm also certain I'm also disturbed that I'm starting to Christine I was like I knew this day would come because the mom whenever there's like a monster in the first season I, then start to like them in the second season, I can't I cannot help myself and I'm like fuck I into like Christine. This is bothering me. I actually kind of like everybody on, and that's. That's a sign that were on you so. I actually like everybody I'm like Oh my gosh. What a bunch of Nice ladies. To such hard workers. I give it three episodes. That'd be like Di. Di Put a pillow over your head. You Dad I. Like everybody I will have to say also that one of the highlights of the past seven days for me. It was that Davina tweeted at us, and it was like Oh my God. You guys are obsessed then like a like a laugh emoji like I feel like that was passive, aggressive and I love it. That was an honor to be. Passive aggressive treatment of being A. So Davina that. Was So. God quadrants astronaut me. Sounds like your podcast is not coming from a neutral place. I was on my way to calling you phony with. That was okay, so let's get into. It I. also one thing I really appreciate. I'm never going to get into and. Let's get. Let's get into it. But one of my favorite things about this show is how it opens, because in opens like with a black screen, and then it's like dareen. Lingering near is always open some kind of action movie, and then like yeah, really high gloss openings like Jerry Bruckheimer lack flipping over the. Nose just like the dangerous thing. Here is the really high heels like they keep throwing clothes them all walking together and the heels are. This is yes. And, then Trixie I mean tricks is doing some of her best work on this show, even if they are using it, that's okay so this week. The trixie signed it opened up was olive gold on the floor. Ever Argo you're killing it. I'm still the show. I mean I. Think if you're leaving gold on the floor. You're like literally not killing you. You're not actually just you just need a better wallet. You've got a hole in your purse. I literally do not. A realtor to leave gold on the floor. Like that's the last thing on my realtor to do that is so irresponsible. Irresponsible with the gold. Then what? What are you going to be doing to to my house? Unless it's a metaphor for Steve Gold like I leave Steve Gold on the floor. Or like I've got the MIDAS touch so like everywhere you step you leave like little gold, maybe like footprints, or maybe she has a gold floor crafting recipe on animal crossing, because that that that's something that exists. Wow! Oh and I should buy real. Quick. Shout out. Because, we promise not to get into this episode Real Quick Chat if you love your like obsessed with animal crossing. If you'd love it, because I don't know if I. Love It, but I just play for two hours every day for no reason, but if you play obsessively also, there is a watcher crap in animal crossing group. If you're interested in joining, it's call Ronnie. Know. What is it on the game like you go to the game? This has been going on for a solid like month and a half or so. Or maybe two months it's called a scary island because we all have little islands in the game, so if you are interested in, it's a really great way until you swap recipes or find out if like celestis visited visiting your island, if you if you play animal crossing this, all makes sense to you. I know Ron it writings. Giving me is like what is happening. If you to be, I'll be studying the peon. Music lack an intelligent person does during lockdown. The NFL A fan. That's. The point is this if you want if you if you're in need of some animal crossing crap, there is a group for that, so go look it up on facebook. Go for you. Guys are now for now for our dose of casual sexism for the we. Yes, Oh, I really like dating a girl. That doesn't watch football. Because then I can make like my team. You know like like my team. 'cause girls are stupid. They'll dislike whoever you want right. Look look at this. Let me prove it, Mary Mary. What's your favorite football team and she's like? Skin sounds like how much problematic shit going to have in this like two second seem i. know seriously is like around there, and what's your favorite second favorite football team? The raiders, the raiders. On such edge. Notice her twitting all over the place. Where is getting worse? It's getting worse I'm actually concerned. I'm concerned either drug problem, or she has like a condition that needs to be addressed. I'm very concerned for Mary. Something about Mary been I were texting about this like Dexin each other like. Are you watching the show and then center? A GIF OF CEO Terry that lady who's always popping the pills. She is various. Oh herky-jerky so so funny, but you know it was also weird about this whole football. Thing was how Jason's like Hemmer Jimenez. What's your favorite team? She's like I'm. Had Scans and he's like. Here's a biscuit. Here's a biscuit. He like goes up and gives her a hug like. Good, Mary Good Mary. Did you did it? You did it right? Yeah, then something weird happened I. Don't know if she first or what happened, but like they heard because he's like yeah. She. That's right. You're my best. You're my one of my besties. Sorry, sorry, but your best year my best. And then he hugs her, and then she goes. Sorry had pizza last night and I was like to these squeezy to horns like what happened. We'll probably. Tell I have some salt bloat going on toy. Apologize for being one millimeter thicker today. Please don't fire me. Please don't fire because he walks into the office and Christine Walks. Christine always has this look on her face. She walks in. They always show this like. Maybe she wasn't walking in the office, but she was walking from behind the office and the way. The office is set up like a catwalk, so she always has this look like. Isn't it amazing I? Know how to walk. Crowd I'm like. I got. Your head up and down like she's saying hi to one hundred Paparazzi at the same time. High Stapler Turn fully fully lodged between her teeth. So then she sits down and starts doing. She's also wall. This whole football thing is happening, which is also like re applying her makeup and looking compact, and a Compaq says to phase, but it's Te'o like you're two faced. Get it. I think that's make doesn't make up brand. I think right. Tat Fast? Like little like Tamra Tamra Barney compact to five. Can you ethic at tasks. said Venus like Can I talk to you about Don. I really could. I could really talk to you about odd non right now and she looks terrified like the looks like the girl from psycho who just like stole one hundred thousand dollars from the safe is about to run away to the hotel see. I'm terrified for her just knowing what she has to do and then. Then, my favorite part is that they keep on cutting to marry and they have the funniest just any time they come to marry in the office. Choice has these looks like what are they talking about with my ex boyfriend? But she's always weird angled. They show her like sitting in a chair like to the side, and then she liked webster head around like. And then she always like. She did she didn't like this time. She had her arm over the back of. Looking over and she's like that was a separate time. That was a separate code because I noticed that also. Arm Life This chair is also a load bearing Mary Chair your it looked like she was like a broken doll. Like for bodies just thrown over it. It's like marionnettes done. The marionette shows down on the puppeteers just like the fog it and throws it on the chair dresser hanging onto that civil chair for dear life. She was like she quietly experiencing vertigo. She's like I'm fine guys I'm just let me just. On this for a second year Oh, my God, it's again. Oh, no one told me is this? triggered. She does not that swivel where it's like growing slowly. It's like I can't control this. Okay. I'm just going to go with my head's Gonna saying the exact same place all right I wanna get dizzy. Spot the spot all right. Okay all right that's ask. My head just cracked off. My just cracked off. On the floor. Oh. Okay so Davina goes ever talk to the twins. Who feel like they're trying to differentiate this episode. It's like some finally told them guys. Nobody can tell the twins apart, so one of them's like I like sports, chicks, and the other. One's like never say anything. I. Don't think yeah. I guess I mean I still. Can't you know I can't tell I can start to tell them apart a little bit just a? minute. Just, a little, just a little I think Jason is worst I think Brett is seems to be a little like a little nicer. Jason's a little more obnoxious, but it's still like like Jason has more like our rounder, head and breasts like slightly long I know it's. It's very subtle things I'm starting to notice. I just feel like twins are fucking with me. My twins like this who like are exempt. They look exactly like they have the exact same haircut. They talk the same I. Feel like they're just trying to fuck with everybody else. You know it's like a at least the twins. There's you know. There's twins on the bachelor that we just saw the other day and they look exactly the same. They finish each other's sentences. SACKED OUT CARL socks. And they finish each other's sentences, but one of them has like a bunch of earrings and one of them only has one and I'm like well. See those twins. They're not trying to make you look stupid. Because at least they're giving you a simple Mike. GimMe, something people. Durant it's hard. It's hard luckily. Jason and Brett have not a lot of personality, so it doesn't really matter which one is talking at any given time because it's pretty much the same thing you know. So vinas awkward, and so she's sitting down. She's doing that thing which runs like our hair behind ears. That's like a home. So I know that we talked about I. Don and his properties and is very special house in. Beverly Hills so. Yeah, and so while she's doing that. She's like sort of like preparing buying gain hair behind her years Christine rolls over to Meyer. which is turns around I. Guess It's my behind her and she's like so. I saw that. House that they're talking about and it's. gourds like. Guard my dream home like one of the most well done houses I've ever seen. Ever I'm not making it up. She's that girl who stresses when word in the sentence should be. Like I saw that House that Beena has. She's like it impact like countertops. On Bases Wall high all's on floors. Faucets on sinks in Pekka belong. And, it's like what should I talk to fiance. You'll like this house. I'll say fiance. She'll like this house half. Joke. So then we go back to Jason and Brad and they're talking and Jason's luck this. Dope House it's great listing. But it does more damage to have a listing like that. because. How would it look if you Davina who's like doesn't even have fake boobs sells a bigger house than I do, and I run this list so I know. I think it's a pass. The is like all like it's a pocket listing like I mean. We don't even have to market it. We could just call people 'cause like. Has To know like it could be a secret. Our little, secret, dirty, little, odd, non secret, eighty million dollar secret all right well sixty well I don't know I i. don't remember who I'm talking to you right back because tell everybody figures. I mean I'm thinking I'm thinking myself like do I. Want Us send that property clients, or is it embarrassing ally? What what would happen if we went there? And then a client was like who's your favorite team and they said like Green Bay. Packers redskins. then. It was like really awkward like. TV entire entire. Try Daytime to get them to like my football team and that could make it awkward. That can make a really awkward. Either the worst thing would be for something to be embarrassing for a practice like I. Don't DunNo. Submitting our office through a reality, TV show just bacilli embarrassing so. We really can't do that. So, the girls are still talking crap. Watching the meeting because the meeting is just in a couch in the same room. Yeah, by the next of decorative circles. In the world and their stores as big as a Clare's and. Account for all their beating all. Other comes over and she's like. What are you whispering about? Guys and Christine is like with. Be that bag. Listing anyone off, this has ever. Well as a Vegan, who is still rather upset about what happened last week I? Have to say that like if Davina doesn't take it, then like what if someone else swoops in in steal and south someone else like like what if I came in and sold it? You know just just. And she does a let by? Because that's how heather is taken seriously. She's like what if somebody else takes and sells it? 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How long is listening? the property I'm. It's just it's just three months, and so they basically. He's like well. We're not going to get one fucking I can tell you that right so for competitive fucking. I think the reason why we won't get a phone call because I installed. This cool new telephone comes up from the floor. Hold on, let's bring it up. All right, it's coming. It's coming your all right. Hold on. We'll be with you in a second. Let me just got to come up with fluid. Coming right. All right listen it back down. Again. Mary! There! Mary! Get Your Foot, are there oh, sorry, I had! I had pizza sorry. Pizzas. Hall all. Those like I just want you to know. This could fuck up our chances with his other listings. You know it's like no, no, I sure I sure he's doing simultaneous with us i. sure like the Lord. L. One first Gerald Laurel way for sure he's GonNa list with US I shirt, Laurel or Mike Davina. You're obviously a compulsive liar. Okay, we've seen you. Tell them that you'll you'll do. What did she tell them to tell you like seventy million? Or forty million and that she's telling the Guy Seventy five million. The year will because she's Jay's last episode I think Jason, said like fifty million, so then she went and told the guy that'd be willing to sixty million and the guy was like okay. You'll do it for seventy five million, so then she came back. She told them seventy five this time she got her. She got an hour straight this time. Okay, so. So. Yeah, but so. I had like I. have to try guys I'm just GONNA. Do it and Jason's like well. We have to agree on you. Can't you can't do it? You can't just do it on your own. And then customers shell like our desk smiling like. Just so happy like her like I. Guess. She should have come to the charity drive last year You. Maybe, she should show some humility by giving back to others. Running Man I. Don't know so the boys. The brothers talk about the pros and cons, and he's like fuck it. Let's just do it. Guys you guys don't have to do anything you're not gonNA spend any money on. Just let Davina have her exactly pleadings, and so then Jason so then after Jason's like put it through the ringer, and like been such a Dick about it Jason, and acts like he's like the great hero of it all things like. Hey Girls in the office. Redskins fans pizza eaters, I do WANNA congratulate Davina for seventy five million dollars pocket listing, which is the largest in the office right now -gratulations. I was totally behind that this entire. And she's like no pressure, guys. Anybody you know. And then this is where Mary's on her chair crazily. Draped on a chair blown away like the guy in the maxell. Add by Venus pocket listing. then. Smack fixes. How's that payback? I love Trixie Monaco, but sometimes she's just trying to start shit where there is none so the lyric that I wrote down was her. Saying everyone wants to be like us. Everyone wants to talk like us like La. La La La la La la like everyone wants to stay with. The song in the next scene other songs how they ended the other. monocle has music multiple musical cue. Wow, this is this is what you must love this show that she can have actually two songs in between scenes. so then this is where we get close up of all those really high stilettos going to lunch or scarifying I love this because this is the scene where Christine Heather and Davina go to a coffee shop called Chitchat. And so heather heather always has like. Heather is always you know. She really has so much insight into the world. She's like my God. We are matching and queue today. and And see also tries to scare everybody you of a friend who has always like trying to boost scare. You guess he goes. Any dessert, few girls and Christine just sit there like. I mean you're a snack already? And into Venus, trying to fit in with the cool girl, so she goes Can I have a little? Macadamia. Macadamia. To See if they're oppressive that she's ordering Macadamia milk I know I totally wrote that down. There was like this because the thing is that had their started off by saying I. I wanted to an extra hot chai tea Latte. Newsy Vinas like Davina was planning to have like a cold brew and she's like Oh shit. I'LL HAVE A. Macadamia and he's not do we are. We could with on that survey says. And then heather goes, had it goes Lou, and then Dominica's yeah. So proud that she got macadamia. Like I'm the one and try the new trend email. Yeah, I'd had some. Heather goes. I want that Davina goes. You can try mine justice. On a set with A. Walk to the table to. Set. There's like is coffee though and goes. Yeah. You can have. An, yeah, it is coffee. Yeah! I killed by Macadamia nut order with his young confused confused of popular girls so. You Guys I've been getting these little stress rashes and it goes from what and she goes strath. Stress you idiot. Hit Your Macadamia nut cocktail. Like the whole thing off, it's like it's bad and oh. My God I'm Issa. I miss out well. This is what happened in the office and she's like well. It was a Mansa. Did Not ask about the office. Assistant. Office. I'm still a little hurt by Siri doing that because we didn't ask that of her. So. It's rather as like. I'm the manager like I? She was like sweet, saying like. She was like being a mom, and like she would she would be. You know she's being a mom like respected that like I get my phone number and everything and I and I was like I was like holy honey. Thank you, honey! Thank you so much. Money was like sweet of her. You know it was like she offered me some of her sort of coffee. Drink like this is sweet, you know. But, then she was like. It terrifies me that you're GonNa meet their that you've already met. The kids and I'm a first of all I do not give a shit. We even think. Obviously you do, he goes like one little thing. You're still going fucking crazy now. Making a whole new episode about it and you are having a Tantrum at Chitchat, and you're not even enjoying your. Child. So then, yeah, I! Don't give a shit what you think if I'm moving too fast. My released burden not I. Really don't care what you think I'm like. How is this woman not appeared on Karen's Gone Wild instagram like like you know how many customer service counters has got up to and been like I'm highway so I actually ordered I ordered this in size. Your own came in size. One and I'm just. What sort of service you guys have here and like. Why are you doing this? Because like I don't see I really don't give a shit about what your day like today because I have the wrong size camisole okay. Oh! Yeah, they're like. Why would cycle? Why and she's like? Yeah, because like what he what? Skulls I'm sorry, but like amounts to spend through like I'm sorry that you went through that, but like don't project that onto my relationship with the guy from flipper flop who was reportedly running around with a gun because he was so upset that his wife was. Like wait a minute I seem to remember these stories of Tarek during this divorce and I read them at the grocery store, which granted. I mean that's basically the library in two thousand and twenty. Let's say but I was reading it there and I remember like Oh my God Tara like I had no idea talk with that. but I love the heather's like what it's like. Totally Save, so he pulled a gun or something like a big. Now So, unsolicited and rude I'm not talking about Tarpley. Gone I'm talking about Amanda. Manza like she was very very rude, okay and like. Now I'm just GonNa have to have my, because like now you've talked negative about me and like a man that I love and his children, and like this is a huge deal for me and Tarek. Okay like we're incorporating our families together. Well I mean I don't really have a family. I have a plant. Okay, and they're going to be like my little cubs in a plant. Okay, and like it's just very judgmental. Evil Okay Jerry. Little comes, and you know you know. Christina. Fuck you. But Christina introduced her her new guy to her kids pretty quick. I think too because I. Watch her spinoff. Thank. You sees about as entertaining as plywood. Just in case, anybody was wondering okay, so here's just in case. Anybody thinks I'm talking about my ass. You're correct, so you win. something. I was talking out of my ass, but I just looked at over so I don't have bad information. The headline from people is Tarraco Mussa jumped over the fence. Christina was crying and shaking. An alarming priests split gun incident, according to officials, teric agreed to voluntarily relinquish all of his firearms for safekeeping for thirty days, and that's what I love about him is link he'd? He'd volunteer stings like he's volunteers has gone and his emotions and i. just feel like we're in. We're like an. We're looking fame of you. Know you know what fame of is when you're like in love with your also females like that's like what I'm feeling with them right now. Yeah he could have given them one of his guys, but he gave them like all fifty of them, so he's a good person. And that's why I'm taking care of the COPS I feel like. She took my heart and put subway tile on it and now. I'm like just in a place thought it'd be before. So Christina Christine's like well I don't know how you feel about being around her. Are you going to go to her party in Malibu and Heather's like oh? My God I mean here's the thing if I don't go there. Just all GonNa talk about me like no one cares. Heather as trying to make this happen so badly and no one can ever seen. She comes into. She's like Oh my God. So you know Tarek anybody anybody. WanNa take that anybody. Also like the recurring theme of this show is having this cliffhanger. I'm not even sure if I'm going to go to the Party and unlike next scene is them showing up at the party like every single time? I'm doing cap. Yell at the way, Mine. Take you to any dementia and you won't believe your eyes. So here. We are in Malibu Yeah Like. I have clients with an insane house and they're never there so just let me use it to like blow off some steam. Yeah, it's like really cool, so she's setting up for this party. And then everyone's showing up and Jason of course wearing a tank top that says the Oppenheimer group like Jason Okay I. Know that you're trying to keep up with Marie auto and his rampant promotion of the agency, but we're watching a show about your agency. You do not have to you, don't you? Don't have to show your agency to your own realtors at a private party. On TV, okay. I, am I god well. I. How the? Being There at the party then. Gets hit with a mall. Just sitting there, she's keeping her like wobbling under control, and then all of a sudden, the football just like. A little. She saw other redskins here. Samaria Psych cell is coming. I mean what's going on with that evening. Heather's going GONNA. Show up today. What's going on? A man's like. I don't know if she's still upset with me lying. I mean I'm slightly worried about it like. I don't now so then Chris Chris L. Talking with Amanda. She's like he Nah. I sometimes think Bester. Look I mean for example. Look at that boil with French braids over there looking. Looking here, Kristie. The member ADS along. So they're all sitting there. Then one of the twins Bush's Romaine into the pool, so there's a splash a crucial goes. Oh my God that scared me. So Christine takes off her pants, 'cause they're making fun of her for wearing like a Wednesay and she's like Do you like this bathing suit and my like wall I need glasses, okay, but yes, I love that suits but i. need the sunglasses for it and she has thanks. Isn't it flat? Go! Yes, I'm sure your husband like it. We also have like a moment of Myra trying to understand. How say ones issues like Onesie or On the Anzio Onesie onesie how you saying this one? Wants. So might actually see. She cat someone throws a football again, trying to hit Marianna face probably and buy a catches the football. Let's. He goes Tom Brady or no. Radio on. Tom Brady Tom Brady. So guys guess what happened, had their comes, she's. GonNa. Come through I was. Sorry had to get my harebrained. All anyway. so it goes over and hugs. They're. Coming God. Sort of here. she's like so. Like. Are you talking with heather? And she's like I. Think so I mean I have no idea American Mary goes announced got some peaking burgers for you if you want. To be for over there. I would have had one but I have pizza earlier so. So Heather's like really trying to make amends, which is such an obnoxious way like I hate people who are like okay like apologize to me ready for your apology. Because my I was like, I think she's trying to make peace with a Vegan. Food was like Oh really. Are you trying to make amends and a man's like I mean ya I would like to. I, guess well, we can talk now. Okay. I mean like honestly like it was like coming from my heart and I just I felt so passionately about the situation since going through Ed, and like it was a knee jerk reaction, a sort of like emphasis on. Being you in this case, and so I apologize if it came up as insensitive I mean that was not my intention, all I was not trying to be insensitive I was just trying to remind the office. How ridiculous you are! thinking fell in love 'cause. He jumped on someone's anybody dating for three weeks. Just jumping out there, that's all she's like well. You said what you said and I don't WanNa. Get into a relationship when there's all this negativity around. She's like Oh! Okay, but I like to think there's a difference between negatively and caution, because like no one wants to think it's not gonNA work out, but I mean there's kids involved, and maybe maybe you don't WanNa feel cautious, or you might not WanNa. Feel negative or whatever, but there's kids there, so you kind of have to think about the kids sometimes. So I don't need you to be concerned about my situation as someone who recently had a hot Chai Tea I think I'm pretty much in control right now and like you can be concerned by your situation and your Macadamia nut thing that Davina Ga on my God. So glad she's not here right anyway, you could be concerned about your situation, and whoever else you want to be concerned with, but. But like you don't know me that well, and you don't know Tarek although you might. Because he's very famous and our relationship with the children or anything else so like it doesn't matter if we've been together for like a month or three or a year like we felt we were ready, and like we're going to go with it so long. Story Short I mean a very stable relationship. That's really secure. Anchor sell and she's like well. I'm a step. Mom and my husband was married before, and he had a daughter so hopefully she slows down. Because there's really no rule book. There's no rule book on being a parent and I was like look I'm sorry it's a small group. I like you not that you need me to, but I'm not coming for drama. I apologize say well. You said what you said and I wish you hadn't but like I said. I'm not GONNA hold grads. Except for the past week, which I did every day and talked about it in every scene that was here, and we'll continue to for the rest of the season, but it's not a gretch. She goes I'm not going to hold a grudge. I'm just going to be more cautious I'm like that's literally holding a grudge. I'm not GonNa Karaj, but just now that going forward I'm not going to trust anything you say because of this whole incident, so the anchor shells like guys. If I can get past it with hooker, the hooker boil you. Guys can get past it okay. On, all fours itself as like. About me and then. And then there's a shot of Mary sticking alignment mouth, and nearly falling over. She's like she. was. Like. Live knocked nearly knocks her over. She's just going to put this lime in the mouth or okay coming into the hangar. It must be a windy day on the term hack at that lime in narrowed. So, crystal is talking to Mary about wedding, Planning and Mary it's like well. We're down to sixty now. which is good because like we're you know we have all these rules now set up like how many people are allowed to come and like how long we're going to spend with each of those people at the actual wedding you know like and then like there's some casts like we're not sure about like maybe like. Like when we're not really sure about that here I have to admit this is where I was totally wrong because last week. I was like. I doubt that roaming gives a crap this probably Mary like fuck are going home, bitching and being like Fucker I. Don't want her there and he's like okay man totally wrong. Romaine cares ally. Remain cares almost too much, and so he's like he's like I on the committee. Like. Who who was that again on on? I'm sorry. What did you say that again? Move to away. Okay I'm just GONNA. Assume you said you don't want our senior hot wedding so I think that probably works out because I don't think you know okay. Senegal so Mary it's like twitching with our finger on heart. Shan is like I don't know like trying to keep it in play. A things supporting your head at that point. Several millions like I feel. She respect my wedding and she tells me she'll mail bay for us. You know as not she doesn't pay for me I was like who is this guy? He's asked is a total asshole. The rest of this episode who'd have thought like a hot guy who coast along basically on his looks would be sensitive about the fact that he is the poorer one in the relationship, so he's like. No, when she said I'll have a have nothing, then effect I'm in love with the photo you okay. The meaning about getting engages about love, not materia. I put up a bound on. Go on she. She'll be happy for her. You know what I'm saying. Like sorry and he's. Here. He's like no person like that need to be happy at my wedding and Chris sales like well. Maybe you should talk stories that no I'm not changing my mind. I am more stubborn than anyone. Like okay. She's like Christine goes I mean I say shit all the time and still expect to get invited to parties so I. Don't see your point here. She's like I'm probably the. Basque, like no one did ask you and Ramon I. Don't Know Change Mind. You can't respect me and then be like okay. No, yeah, think Christine until. Being prepare to the information is really making me uncomfortable like divine, and I have become really really close since yesterday. She's really really smart and like I like that. She speaks with on our mind, and like I feel like she's real like she's the only one of us who does not fake boobs here. Which is why she wasn't invited to the Party so anyway. I. I would hate for Davina to find out from anyone other than Mary's. I'M GONNA. Tell her. Yup Pretty much. So, it's like Nobody tells Vena okay I mean that's the thing. Nobody can tell me okay. What was what we were just talking about? And my was like a hundred percent, a hundred and heather's like how about a million percents like is this real million percent? What is this? Tom Brady No. Is that the percents. CIRQUE Rachelle go. I'm just so glad. I got married right before joined the office. Because otherwise that would have been too stressful, so they keep putting these lying these things. I shall keep saying because apparently. While this season was being shot lay her marriage sadly fell apart so the, but they keep on putting in all this foreshadowing about like oh my God thank God. I got married Oh my God well since I'm married. Since I'm married so I'm just waiting for that. Other shoe to drop I know it's sad. It's sad. I'm predicting her reaction. Well. Mile plastered to her face like tears. Come down. Her is some. Who thought if I married a really guy, but it wouldn't work out. I got. So girls dose scream something something Halloween thelen. Of course. They played the scary song why they go to the valley like. So Chris Crystals potential listing in the Valley Jason meter over to check out her place that she hustled. All that passing out cards and the vow really were worked out. Fine Meka listing, so they go on like little house to work because they were the developer and they're looking around is like a big yard and a basketball core, which was probably a little scary for for Jason. And then. A lot of height so then. Secrete shells like really. Really important for her to get this listing because that way, it can show that she can be successful in the valley. Yeah and the guy. Jason's like so when you bought this, you didn't have any flatland back here. The backyard and he's like no. No, it was the hill, so we dug out the entire hill and then put it down here. Basically, we'd all be under dirt right now. Okay, if I hadn't back through, we're basically underground. I don't know in a in a city full of mudslides. If that's really what somebody wants like a giant wall while your house is kind of underground, yes, do get. Well I think people would be will are happy to take a mudslide risk if it means that they get an open concept, so you know so then. Jason is so condescending to this developer. By the way he's acting like. This developer is like a toddler who just managed, but the circle to these. Swear the Square Hall 'cause they're walking around and he's like. Wow, oh, so you put in some led lights in the staircase? Okay, Oh, Oh, look at this closet! Oh, nicely done nicely done guy nicely done where to go I, didn't know people on the other side of the hill could even function alone design a closet wound blowing my massive. You made this flat, so you can use a shovel, which is pretty good. I mean it took you three years, okay? So the TV that comes up from the ground whereas. In the valley. Okay, you'll get. You'll get. You'll get. Don't worry about. Yeah. Yeah. So Jason's very impressed Chris Shells Hustle, and then they're doing like a whole pitch developer about like. Why this guy? She Goes Oppenheimer Group, and he's basically like we have the best photography we have drawn photography it. Would you brochures? We don't do booklets. We're on a reality TV show. We're actually on that. Flex your on Alexa right now so I just push that Netflix's angle. You're on TV. I'm giving more exposure than anyone else could give so the camera. There's retailers. Okay on. America, so there we go. The guys like well I've talked to other people obviously, and they've all talked prices. They're all talking five about five and Chris. Sales like well. Some people will to flatter you but I'm hoping you're around eight hundred square foot because that's how I can sell it the. The easiest or whatever and he's like I want at least five five and she's like you know what I don't know I. Think if you go up to six I, mean just because what's in the area. On hills instead of Undergrad. Maybe that TV sitting on top of something. I, don't know about this. Your shirt can't move I just I'm just here to help you well. I don't know I just. We put a lot of time and effort I'm sorry I can help you. Just looking for the TV and just happened by for. So. It's like okay, you've got the listing. It's Wisconsin anticlimactic down. I don't think I don't think he got anything he asked for. Really he's thinking I'd like ten million dollars like we'll get you five dollars jake it. It's yours stop here. We're GONNA son of our realtors over. You'RE GONNA. Meet her. She's great. She wobbles a lot on just had pizza so enjoyed. So then Davina and Christine go over to this place. Where can be happening her engagement party and They meet up with Christine's party. Planner name Lisa who is like very enthusiastic about. And so seems like okay, so here's my vision for this party I just wanted to be like casual things going on big deal like sexual phantom of the opera. Just super simple. I want people to feel comfortable, so maybe like a zebra here from the Britney Spears music video and then like fired answer. Exactly I'm just thinking Lisa? Saying exactly everything okay, and then like something in the background, but yeah nothing that'll talk your full attention. Performers. Fly Them in from Vegas. On zebras can we. Bras. PEOPLE WANT Gray all bar. Yeah, obviously so easy okay Don. Can I get train that's. I was the that also. The funny I like how? She says she just wants to be casual, then says that sexual phantom of the opera. WHAT PART OF OPERA? Sounds cash? We're the people of the opera dress casually. They were not in sweatpants. Okay, they were informal where when that chandelier fell on their head. Okay, even the Phantom of the even the monster is dressed to the nines. Okay, he is first of all. He's wearing a mask which is already inherently. Formal and he's wearing a Tux. He's like he's like a very very. It's between the Phantom the opera and Dracula for best dressed scary people right. Also is pretty sexual phantom of the opera already I don't know that you need to about onto their. Grinding bumping, but he's like coming into her three music, turning around and stuff, right. Metaphor of so many things right am I right if you really look at it. So, So then Lee hung slowly, really hung things coming down on your hat. Kershaw that scared me so. So took yeah, the Vinas like. What is your budget for? The as Christine is like my budget is love. My budget is. Out of his league. She's like yeah. I just want close family and friends, and obviously everyone I work with everybody. I just want that on camera. That I'm saying I would invite everybody because we're about to get to a discussion right now so anyway. This is going to be super awkward for you more than you try to pretend. You knew what Macadamia? Okay, you braced all right. Right hold on one second. I just wanted to get a photo of you looking really scared about what about to say and I'm GonNa take another one on about ten seconds after I drop this, Awkward News. Can You oak you? Can you run your fingers through your hair and hundred just a little bit okay now now? Okay, let's do some role playing. Sorry Ma'am. We're out of Macadamia nut can be also would like. Oh that's perfect. Your alarm looked so good. Oh my God so scary! God was that it was that it was great. Is Great Okay Anyway? Associates like We were at a beach party that she didn't go to. And Romain had mentioned that he doesn't want you. The wedding and Davina looks like she's GonNa Start Crying. She's like. I didn't even know he was upset. It's like yeah. I'm as confused as you are. It's like heather doing backing math equation. I'm so confused right now. Got To have they're trying to count out her change from meter. Okay, twenty five. That's about seventy five cents right there. Got To start over. Okay one penny three-quarters. Stop judging me changed. So Venus like wow, okay, and she's like I mean he's like that. That doesn't even respect my relationship and she goes well. Why I I mean that hurts. My feelings like Mary should've just like I mean. Why couldn't she just like come talk to me? It's like because that takes balls and we're talking about Mary hair. Yeah, and Christine's I mean. Let's talk about hypocrisy, right? Why is Chris Shell? Getaway Scotch free. If. We were the ones. If she was the one time about a pre-nup, she got scotch free. Just like a roll of today just gets away with it asking for a friend. I mean not a real fan. 'cause. He's Bitches, obviously not real france-presse. Sorry to tell you this, but I didn't want us to be eyes wide shut kind of a moment. That's my favorite mean. Girl thing to do I'm so sorry to have to tell you this I. Just I really wanted to have your reaction to myself. Yeah did something like this. Happening is wide shut. No. Regular saying I think. She reverted back to her party planning. I just didn't want the. House is wide shot. Yeah, I'm so sorry. I just didn't want this to be an eyes wide shut I'm talking about my party I. Don't want to be like eyes. Wide Shut more family. That's all. So. Let's go to the FARM HOUSE FOR A, staff loans. Home of all reality TV experiments. Christine's Oh, yeah, farmhouse. Have you been here? Chris? Shell I'm. Yes, she goes. I love that. Well you can put that on your yelp. And all the girls are walking like smells fresh smells. Fresh fashion hair smells like they get to the table by goes before we sit down, let us play musical chairs. Kidding I'm kidding I'm kidding. I'm kidding pay. Is Like when I did that joke when I said Christine hold on, let me take this call. High Routine Fiancee Christine, want new house. I just know comedy. Come easy, you know. Where Samantha the the way can I say something sorry? To interrupt but I forgot that this happened. Also I'll just. I'll just pause and this face. When Maya says can we play musical chairs? I'm kidding heather. This weather says she goes. Actually. That is a fun game. This game. It's actually really fun. So married. Well Memphis been having issues with the data, her children her. And then we get a a man's telling us in her interviews. She's like yeah, you know. The she co parents with the Kids Dad, and he's been a really good dad, but the past two months just hit the fan, and he's gone off the grid and she's crying, and it's really sad, sad and dark and. It makes me concerned that the story line is not going to wrap up well, you know. Just cuts back to them fast melts. Have some power and there's some pain guys, no real. The musical chairs is like a really great game and play with talks, kids, and they really like it. Okay, so I'm just saying I'm just thinking out there. so they're like. What are we celebrating? Jason's like it's a pregnancy test. So we're up twenty five percent this year, and its best year ever despite like a really soft market, and like we're going to be doing three hundred million dollars this year and then has like. Three hundred eighty, including the Venus listing. And by the way the Veena at this, why like literally? When Christine said that Davina is the only one the officer did not have fake boobs I think there's a correlation to why she's not in like half the scenes. She's not wasn't the party. She's not at this. That does lunch I think like. Until, she gets fake boobs. The twins are going to ice route of half the show. which is very long hair and your hair? You have these guys. They seem super class so. Fake boobs I'm just saying I think she's being discriminated against for having regularly. Yes, Blueberry Discrimination! Yes, best being yeah. Yes sure. So, Christine always trying to start shit like cell Mary. any idea what wedding venue gonNA. I'm married like. Now! She's wiping her eyes. She's like Oh. A. Pizza Yeah Yeah, you know we've seen like every time of venue. We've seen farms. We've seen churches. We've seen rooftops. We've Seen Hotel, slip and slide. We looked at the slip and slide one time. Now, we're looking really. Georgia and California and everywhere I've been. into. I've just never been to me. Honestly. I never been to me. Okay like Okay Mary. And Jason's like worst case scenario. You know you can always use my house, my little red skin. You know that right and it's like Oh my God hon I love you. Speaking of like who says this. Could. Vena yet. Probably was like probably all one one word in that sentence speaking Vena yet! I it's most person here. Oh, my God Some areas. She's like well. I thought I would tell her about like I. Haven't seen her and I thought. Maybe it would be better in person if I like told her. On S- GonNa. Say anything no one saying, anything? Being at my house like everyone knows, but her and an Mary's had just sort of left and right like. How do you guys know? It's like Alex Eighty. Her wiring. Got The back of a chair. I need to hold onto something. Much. By, the way Mary you could just call like I know she wants to in person, but also just called up to Vienna and said Hey. Can we get coffee right now so? I haven't seen her yet is bullshit. Sorry, sorry, sorry, okay. So Jason's like well, you know I think office dynamics should come before your husband and Chris Oh. It's like well. I know that neither of you have been in a real relationship like me is so happily married, but listen if you ask anybody at this table. If you had to take a stance, they would choose their man over the office and Christine's. Basically like I'm excuse me but Davina is a human being with feelings, and she already knows because already told her sorry. She's got feelings and emotion and. and Super Awkward Doyle dresses that we interact with on a daily basis, so I'm telling you address. She's also trying to sell a house for an eighties villain, and if she doesn't do it in three months, she's going to get killed so like. Let's have some compassionate a little bit now while you guys are trying to figure out who your firing, not inviting just know that you're all invited to my engagement party. K, yeah, and you get bonus points the dress up like Emmy Rossum okay sexual fan of the opera. She's like there's a few surprises. It's casual and Sexual Amigos. What does this seem? Hard hat because we will be dropping a chandelier on you. And Breakfast going the Oscars. It's like the Oscars now just like the Oscars. It's basically like the Ami. John Grades Ourselves daytime. Basically, it's gonNA actual cocktail party. The Cable Ace awards stress like you're going. It's basically like a pre nomination party for the BAFTA 's. And my all you're inviting Vena. Ride on kidding I'm kidding everyone. Mary Rolls Her eyes and Chris tells like. Is it possible to co exist with Christine I mean yes, sometimes I wonder how much she was hugged. Does the child because she can really hit below the belt, but I mean as far as quaint Christine's Party I. Just I haven't decided yet and I. Don't need to I just I just don't know if I'm going to party I mean I'll be. There I'll be I'm I'm obviously going to be there. Just not sure if I'm going to. So now marrying Romaine or at a restaurant. and. They do that like annoying patter when they sit down like my God, it's nice to finally go out with you. I mean like. We've just been so busy with real estate in you with. Turning the TV on and watching it, and then turning it off, you've just been so busy. So? Yeah, see. She's just swiveling around on her share of course. Bad choice for her. And she's like so. Are you sure you don't WanNa? Just elope. He's like not GonNa Happen She's like so we have guests flying in from out of town. We don't even have a venue yet and I. Just you know. Jason offered his house with I. Mean I don't know what you think, my friend. No! No No. No and he's like no other not get married in my ex's house. My my girlfriend's ex house. I will not do that. Yeah, I'm not going to know Babe I. Don't Care What you get married at ex. Girlfriend House I'm not going to get married that you're ex-boyfriends. Da So he's being a total dick, and then he's doing that. They were his look relaxed. Well, my God, relax relax like what the hell relax like. You're the one being a Dick and riling poor Mary up, but you can barely sit straight as it is. Yes, her head's going to fall off. And she's like I don't WanNa. Hurt Venus feelings. We have to invite her. He's like I really. Don't give Shit how she is going to feel about it. Like well, then you care about the damage. That's all you care about the damage it to work and she's like yeah. That's where I work. She did she did. She kept up where. Mary is right, though because it's like okay, so she said something about offended. Romaine God forbid she said one thing, and rather than like, maybe like talking about or whatever he would rather his future wife have a miserable work existence, and that potentially impact her money, then just like inviting an just like. Get just getting over it. Jesus is an idiot, am I. don't care what they're saying. Saying. She's obviously paying for everything so pretending. Let's stop pretending so yes, her job does fucking matter, sir. It's going to buy your house. Is GonNa pay for this wedding. It's GonNa. Pay Her the diamond in her ring. So Yeah Kinda? Matter is yeah, and we know that we know that she pays for everything because he's getting in such a he's. He's getting all into a snippet. That over Davina saying that he pays for everything. It's just an issue. He's been emasculated by. Oh So. She's like lick. It hurts me that you don't give a shit that this is GonNa Affect my work and he's like. Stop talking about and getting piece. He's his face is just so like. Yeah. Just never really moves. It's hard because I give him way too much expression for what he actually has. He's just like. His expression is basically like I am angry so little touch nose to lip. Yes. So He's like stopped talking about her. I'm getting pissed off. She goes so am I because you're being stupid. Oh I'm back in my chair up in a bar, So hail. Mary? She's like Oh God. The Chair's going back, but we also my stool. So, how does the send 'cause? My last note is you're coming off as a dickey. Know that I'm not. Yeah. She's she's saying you're really coming off as a Dick, which is sort of like a reference I think the cameras were there and she's like we're ending this conversation right now and he goes I. Don't give a fuck. I. Don't give a fuck like well. Enjoy the rest of your five year marriage. Mary. Going longer than that, let's be. Back. Wow, classy guy guys seriously. You've got a vet. Your hot guys, okay, and I. Know like a hot guy from another country sounds really hot. Get Google translate because you have to know what the fuck hot people are thinking. It's usually not, but if it is, you have to know people jerks. It's not enough that they're just hot. Okay, find out of. He's an emotionally abusive asshole, also like if someone's hot and doesn't show personality for the first year or so you know that the only personality then will ever surface. Is GonNa be a bad one? And that's exactly what's happened. Yeah? Yep Well. That brings us to the end of that everybody. Thanks so much for listening. Go check out. Our face masks OH CRAP IN SMERCH DOT COM and we'll be back if you want to watch this video, Co. Watch it. There's also oliver available crap onto. That will also be doing the Padma so I believe on video this week. Path I not. 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Purple Pants Podcast | A Reason to Smize

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Purple Pants Podcast | A Reason to Smize

"Hey price this desi. From season thirty five of survivor. Heroes Healers hustlers and I just had to come. Show my baby boy some love. I miss you so much and you know we were supposed to have our reunion this weekend and Atlanta. I don't get to see you in person but I'm glad that I always have you on demand to hear your voice because it's it's it's purple pants. Podcast is the purple is the purpose of paying cash. Up Quick cash public might be stomach. Her cash is trying to why their backs Wa cash. You met Hervey right go pans. Hello Hello Hello and welcome to this week's episode of the Purple Pants podcast. I am your host Bryce Isaiah and I am so excited you guys decided to listen because we got a jam packed episodes okay. I'm GonNa give you a reason to smile is. I hope everyone is doing well. Welcome to all our new listeners. Welcome back Purple Pants Posse. Yes we got a lot to get through this episode. I hope everybody's weakened was good. My we can ex- you know busy as a quarantine be. I was filling orders for the Purple Pants Protection Mask and you know of others extra time on my hands since we are on a quarantine. I've become really a gardener. Got My green thumb in. I've been propagating a Lotta plants. The last couple of weeks so I planted some plants today in my garden so and it's been a beautiful weekend in Philadelphia. I don't know how your cities are but in filet. We had a high eighty degrees. You couldn't tell baby boy. Not so I was out on my back deck playing my plants putting them in soil. It was so much fun. It was relaxed. And I'm like looking at me. Gardner brights and I was so excited. I had a big week this week. I actually got to take over this official instagram page for the savage takeover and there was so much fun. Baby boy you know I had to turn it out out. Now you tell me which survivor I g takeover you saw was it's popping. Is that our wait? I'm waiting and I'm waiting okay. 'cause nobody does it like your baby. Boy Bryce is Zeta but listen. We got a juicy juicy juice. Say episode for you this week so without further ado. Let's get into what's going on. We got our church announcements and on the menu. This week we've got our survivor news with Jack Atkins and we welcome my coggin cast mate. Alexis Taylor Mex- well. We've got the product son back on their kindness. Say 'cause it's the season finale I've got HBO insecure. I've got a secret love and I'm breaking down the smiles challenge. I asked my good friend. Desi Williams Dot Com and explain. What the challenge is you know we've got the purple pants. Picks I got advice with Bryce barbs message and a freak out a week bay so you already know this podcast about the be jumping jumping jumping. Oh ladies leave your man. Oh okay let me stop because you know I love I could bust out in the song and dance all day Welcome for this week's church announcement is short and sweet. I only got to church announcements own area and the first one is. I've been saying I got new music comment. I've been saying I got new music. Comedy and got new music comment will guess what this Friday may eighth? I have a new single out. You know what you're looking for. I did with e Berrios. Well we are back. We've got a new song setback. It's e- burials featuring the one and only breath Zeta and you know at midnight on. May eighth this single will be available all platforms spider five. Okay I tunes okay. The Google play store. Okay even think my uncle Kooky going to have a couple of copies in Beca his car. So it's going to be out. I'm so excited for this new song. It's amazing like I said before I had went through a very you know difficult had in my life a couple of months ago where I really felt as though I was taking a huge setback but I had to tell myself like it's not a set-back it is you know some people say it's a setback. I say it is a come up. And we and life experience a lot of setbacks in our life and sometimes in those moments it really can define you of who you are. It's not always like who you are when you're at where you think should be is really about where you are when you're not where you're at and what you do in those moments listening some say. It's a setback. I say come up. I'm so excited. This Friday may eighth. Burials featuring breath setback will be available on need for your to support. And you listen. I need you. I need the feedback. I need to see your instagram stories. I need to see on twitter. I need to see everywhere. I'm so excited you know baby boy got some new music and second one. The church announcements. I just want to give a warm hearted. Thank you to everyone that has supported me and purchase my purple Pants Protection Mask. This weekend. I sold out. I'll have no more baby boy and sold out and I was like order more but I said no way. I'm not even GonNa do all of that. I am just very happy that my first batch sold out you know that just let you all know when they put some stuff out. Y'All can't be way in. Don't wait on it. You gotTa jump up on it you gotta get up on it so I just wanted to say. Thank you to everyone who supported and you know. It's a good cause because everyone is staying safe. We need to wear these face masks during this cove in nineteen. Because there's some serious stuff out here but we can get through it together and that is going to conclude this week's church announcements disappear. Great Stupa bed. Who took enough a great student and we are back this week with Artha -vivor news but bay. I'm so excited because listen with the way survivor has been these last couple of weeks. They've been turning up the heat so I figure why not turn up the heat this week. So let's welcome back our resident reporter Jack Atkins Jack Baby boy are you there. What's going on but it's how you doing. I am great and wait a minute. Why here at knock at the door? Alexis Alexis Mex- well from Thi- survivor. Cottage on his bets. You that isn't me. Hey Hey Alexis how are you? I'm good. I'm so excited to be on the PODCASTS. At the jazz career beauty reunion how. I'm starting to feel more and more beautiful by the second right now is so exciting. Alexis how are you doing? How have you been good? Just quarantine playing a lot of animal. Crossing watching a lot of survivor. Oh No you. Have you been quarantining with just me and my fiance Evan? And our two dogs which are keeping me sane for sure that is so exciting and are have you been keeping up to date with the season. Are you up to date with winners? Air War yes I am. I watch every episode live. I tweet live even though my two and sometimes just like my brain thoughts right there but yeah. I'm up to date but I still remind her what happened last last Wednesday because sometimes I forget yes. Well listen I think baby boy Jack Atkins got US cover so jack. What you've got it. Listen I think the first thing I want to talk about is the challenge this week. Where Bryce also shadow? It for taking over the survivor instagram last week. But doing the challenge on there to where you know you got the water bucket over the head. You're on a perch on. We see this week. A man and a woman are eligible to win immunity. Two of the players are going to be immune and we also see wants. It gets down to five people. Jeff brings out the peanut butter cookies the chocolate all the fixings and we have several people. Step Down Nick step down we have Michelle. Saddam we have Kim stepped down and ultimately this week. We see Kim go home and she clearly regret stepping down. Bryce what did you think of stepping down in this episode? And what do you think of stepping down sitting out of challenges in general guys? I'd love to hear your thoughts. Well I definitely felt like winners aboard two million dollars. Bay To only way. I'm sitting down if if if I'm Joe England and pass the hell out data if that's how I'm sitting down okay. I step for notes. Who MILLION DOLLARS? Okay no peanut butter cookies. No pizza nerve. They case the D. is a different story story. Alexis which shooting girl. I just think it's definitely strategic sometimes and I think there's cases where like if you have a joe on your season and you know this is me personally. I feel like there will be some challenges where I would know that. I have zero shot of winning this against that person. Granted in this one it was a women and female are female a male winner so like no shot that I would ever have stepped down. Didn't go for six hours before with poverty in the original. Yeah it's like you gotta fight two million dollars no jokes. I agree with Bryce like if I if I think I have a chance of winning. It even the slightest chance. You GotTa fight it the to me. It's like in the challenges were Jeff gives the option before the challenge to sit down and eat. If I see this challenge and I know it's something I'm not going to be successful at and I don't feel like I'm in danger than yeah maybe I sit out. Get some grubbing me. But if I'm in the middle of the challenge Kim or even neck where it's down to two people from my gender balance out. I don't think I'm stepping out there because clearly I do a decent job. I Know Kim after the episode said that she felt like she's about to fall so she wanted to get some food out of it. But I mean ultimately you gotTa keep pushing until you really really know your hundred second fall because when it's down to two people with two million dollars you could buy a lot of peanut butter and a lot of cookies with two million dollars sow for Sharon I would be saying. My head is two million dollars two million dollars for hours. That's what I would say final eight so it's crunch time you really gotta like push if it's the final thirteen and you're not worried than maybe but final eight. Everyone's going to be in danger especially when two people are immune. Yeah for sure but I mean moving forward after that we see Tony when his third straight immunity which is absolutely crazy. Denise picks up another immunity she might be the Queen of these Split Gender immunities because she won that. I won on the poll. Jeremy but then we start getting a lot of strategy here in Kim's original plan of gunning for Tony's obviously off the table It looks like the targets turning towards Jeremy Which ends up changing later. But it Kinda comes down to Jeremy and Kim with Jeremy Tony and Sarah on one side and then the other five on the other side. But I just want to touch on Ben's game quickly because we haven't talked a whole lot about Ben and I'll be honest and I like Ben as guy so I hope this is the purple podcast but I don't he doesn't take it personally but I really think he is making a lot of mistakes here for one. You just saw this episode of. There's a little bit of an idol blunder when he finds the idol. Right in front of Tony and Jason. What are you doing it right here? He's all my my bad. Additionally like he won't talk to Jeremy which I think is the biggest flaw here one. It's like when you don't have an open relationship with pretty much. Everyone in the game. That's GONNA corner you into a very tight strategic position because you have a limited amount of people to work with plus. It's just kind of like rude to Jeremy. Jeremy's is a great guy. Don't know why it's almost like Dan. Ben Wanted Jeremy Out and because Jeremy didn't go out like willingly now. Ben Is pissed shows more going on that. But it's just like jammies trying to make that men the relationship and dentists not having it and also now maybe a Guy. You're trying to put on the jury. Do you really want a jury member? Just absolutely loath you lake. That's just bad. Jerry Management and then also. I think in preparation for this vote Dan. Dan Thinks Nick is going to be voile after this. Vote if Jeremy Goes Home I think. That's just a really bad misread on knicks game. Play like why. Why wouldn't they want to go to the end with Tony? Sara and Dan when you go to the Michelle Denise. It just doesn't make sense to me. What do you guys think about? Ben's game right now well I mean. I actually spoke to Ben this week. He called me so we actually had a lovely conversation. I'm so there's lots of breakdown of what you just said. So one I think that idol plunder like I mean he he tried his best but obviously was not descend enough also. I think that it's important. I think Alexis than I Can touch on this from our own game and Kagi on. It is definitely important to talk to people on your tribe even if you're mad at him because I definitely know that when you're playing the game although it's easy for us to sit at home and wash them but like why aren't you talking but baby what. I'm trying to tell you when emotions are running high. You really kind of forget that you're playing a game and even for Alexis deny like Alexis than I when we were on Kagi on we probably were the closest people in camps. Like when I mean we slept together. We didn't sleep together all the time but di woke up every day. We talked we laughed. We like had the best time but when it came to talk strategic we never ever ever ever talked and I always pose some type of way about Alexis for that. Because I'm like. Why does she talk to me about strategic like? I don't understand and I just felt like she was one of Lj's minions and I'm like okay and then were came to me from. Jeff Fra Dad. She was got in for me so baby if you come in for me. I'm coming for you. Guns Blaine Phrase france-presse episode back. It happened the opposite. I Geoffrey till us. You were coming from me. I I've never ever was targeting. You until Jeffrey told me that about a year. So that's how that went down for sneaky. She did. She was the one those leaking information all around. I didn't even realize but I agree with you. I had. I made that mistake at our first beach and when I went to a party I was just to like afraid of having my core alliance. See me talking to other people which is a very rookie thing for share and thinking that I'm playing multiple signs like I didn't WanNa rock the boat and our first beach like I knew I was in a comfortable position. That's part of the reason why didn't but when I got to the second page it really bit me in the ass. Because I didn't even talk to like my core are my original beauty members that much because I knew that they weren't planning to work with me but if I if we gathered some information together we would have had a much better gameplay. We ended up having with the brains on our side. Even remember like. I don't know if you remember this Alexis. But after like they after we lost challenge and we got back to the beach and you know someone went for a walk. We were all sitting by the fire and you know you Jeremiah. Jeff Fra. You all went to walk down by the beach. And then I was sitting with L. J. And then Eljay went down to walk by the beach and I'm just literally sitting by the fire and watching you guys talk and this is like one of the things that I regret the most about myself. I ever play with you guys that like. I am literally like watching you guys at the beach. Talk obviously bit. You know you guys are staying me. And what a difference. It would have made first of all if Spicy Bisi when it came on out because I wanted to bring him out so bad but I was so worried about like how people would perceive me but I wish I would have walked down to the beach and been like Worcester. T what's going on. Why are you guys fluting like you know what I mean? I wish I would have blown up so much because that really could've opened the opportunity for us to talk. They could open opportunity to show like you Jeremiah. For Life I know little girl sitting on the side of the bench. Like I'm ready to play and I like that is just like one of my biggest regret. So I definitely relate that to ben like where even if you don't like Jeremy is information in the game of survivor is so crucial. So yeah he definitely is missing out on opportunities. Also WanNa bring up one point. Sorry Boyd Bad. Jeremy is the king of skating out of getting voted out of trauma war. Yeah he's a little bamboo bench and just take it easy. And somehow each tribal. He's really getting out of it. Which is pretty crazy. All not like you guys make great points when you're in the game and emotions running high and you have a Menagerie of other people that you need to manage relationships with you might like I can understand. Why in the moment stuff like that happens but it is winners at war. I mean I just think Ben at the very least should not be so aloof with Jeremy. I'm sure that's something you're trying to tell you Jack. Like as a former player is not that easy. Sometimes sometimes it really is like you second guess yourself but know for sure. I agree with you. Like he definitely needs to step his game up because it's like he's getting down to the end and he's still in it. He's coming go ahead. Alexis saying like you call that he has playing. It seems right now. Very emotional emotionally driven like all of his reasonings for wanting to vote people out seem emotionally charged and not necessarily for the long game so I think that that's hurting him in like in this case when he wanted Jeremy Out and that was his plan he himself kind of through that under the bus. By telling Tony that Kim was gunning for him. What did he think was going to happen by telling Tony that exactly? And it's it's like I don't know Benesova worried he. He's so Mad Jeremy. Partly because he's saying Jeremy's GonNa win if he gets an but your closest allies are Tony. Sarah in my opinion are probably the two best players in this game but on this point I just think about it a little bit. I do WanNa make the point where I've seen a lot of players like them getting a lot of hate the season and while I think we're going about it in a very objective strategically minded way like we all know that you were fans him as a guy. I would just like to say that like other fans and players that like you guys said when you're in the game it's a lot different so I don't think there's all this need for this unnecessary hate especially on a personal level and I'm sure it bends heard this strategic criticism over and over but I didn't realize he was even getting. Hey that's that sucks. I hate that. Because he's he's also provided a lot of comedic relief this season two and he's definitely likable player. But your point is absolutely right. Like you're you're out there. Twenty four seven with this group of people with nothing to do but interact with each other and things can just get a little bit intense if that's the case so let's say you got to be respectful of other people but for sure but and I also has said this to Ben when I talked to him. This week was like listen. I Love Spicy. I love you custody. People I love getting mad and I was just telling him. I wish we would have seen this been and I've said this last week. I wish we would've seen this been in the beginning when he's up against a Boston rob or some like you know what I mean so I just wish that we would be able to see a little bit more dynamic of him but nevertheless baby. He is playing winters at war. He won a million dollars so he know what to do out. The I mean it ain't no questions is the passion. And I just think I at the end of the day will retain It would be ideal if you could channel that passion. A little bit towards You know play a little bit more effectively. But he's bringing the Patchy Spring and the energy he's been a great character so no complaints there but moving forward. Let's get going into tribal. It looks like Jeremy could be in trouble. Michelle gives him this fifty fifty coin which I'd like to touch on a little bit once we get to travel Travel to a Lotta whispering. We've seen this repeatedly this episode. I didn't mind the whispering so much because they did a really good job of dubbing it with subtitles in the past. It's been a bother. But what are you guys thoughts on like whispering both as a player and as a viewer? Because there's been a lot of controversy about the whispering this season. Well my thing is when Alexis and I played before and you know I've only actually ever been to one tribal but before we will go tribal. We were given very strict instructions that we cannot talk outside of speaking with Jeff so like that was like a rule so them confused as to how they've become so lax with it and letting people with Burr but I think that it gives more suspense at tribal. Because it you know we may. They may build up a story line that we think it's two people and then. I like the suspense may add a third so I think production loves it but for me as a player who is considered still a new school player seasons twenty eight with represent but I just feel like we were given strict rules that we cannot talk tribal. Remember that Alexis. I do like being really really drove that point home that like if we break these rules consequences and that was like we abided by the rules because we wanted to win. Didn't like have something massive our game for like a rule break. You know what I mean so I do remember that and I think it definitely has loosened up but as like a fan viewing it. It had gotten a little tired. But I like you said Jack if they dub it and they put the subtitles on there and at least allow me to understand what the conversations are. I'm much happier with that like I don't like when I don't have any idea. What like the Strategy Talk? That's happening is the Tyson. Vote is a good example. Outwear sophie gathered or troops. So and she just kind of like took them to the back of Travel Council where the audience not going to pick up any of the conversation. We don't know. This episode is a little bit different and Tobias. Point about like the rules. I just think at the end of the DAY IF JEFF. See something going on. That he thinks is entertaining. He's probably going to let it slide But I agree that I felt like denise a little bit at the Animal Issues. I know I'm done with this war. Dahmer vote but it's deathly. It's kind of a mixed bag. I don't WanNa see it every time because like based on like the General Rules. You're supposed to come to travel council with your plan sets. Why is it everytime at tribal council went to audience can't hear you very well? Are you making these plans? But I understand as a player things change in a game like this so fluid things are going to change but I wanNA touch on the whispering as kind of a strategic element that I think was a little bit undermine this episode because I think Tony was really the one to start the whispering. I with band with Jeremy and I actually think the reason Kim went home. This episode is because of the whispering because of the whispering that Tony created. Tony was then able to go to Bannon CEO. I'm hearing that could be Sarah this week. They're making like Jeremy's over there with Kim there planning out Sarah obviously and because Ben was like Oh shit. Sarah could go this week now. Ben Is down to vote with Tony to get Kim. Because he'd Rather Camden Sarah even though he wrote an He'd rather get Jeremy Camp now the edict Jeremy's not an option he's down and I think that's a really really masterful move by toning to see like three steps ahead. He's like if I start this whispering. Then I could paint that Sarah's target and then Bends GonNa vote with me yes I think. Tony is found different loopholes to get his way without making. It seem like he's too pushy. And that was a really good version of that like he couldn't convince Ben so like you said this was like a worker rounds basically get back on his side without him thinking that he was back stabbing him in a certain type of way. Absolutely and just the one thing that touch on your last point. Check that you said like we should have your game set before you come to tribal. Here's a little bit about like how it actually works when you are in the game Right before you go to tribal. They lock you down at came. So they basically say locked down so there is no talking and someone may have to go for a confessional. So like you're literally at Camp and you can't talk for maybe like an hour and then you get taken to tribal council and you're still in lockdown and as you're waiting for tribal council if you're still in lockdown so really. The first time that you're able to talk is at tribal so I can under the to me. There is some understanding of like if we didn't get to finish our conversation. We need to whisper. There is whispered like I can understand. Why some whispering would need to go down but just little backlog for you then also my question to you too is is that it seems that you know on this edit that we get to see of Kim as mind during. I've said this last week and I don't know about you Alexa. Did you ever watch Kim season? Yeah I've seen all the seasons so skjei. Excuse me offering question though. I do sometimes forget what happens in some of the older mid seasons but yeah I remember hers women and Male One and the one world i. I watched back when Youtube. Maybe like before not last week but two weeks ago. I watched back like the last episode Kim season and I was like. Oh my God Kim is savage boozy and I was like wow she is killing it and so I was so curious like why. Aren't we seeing this Kim in this game? And so the only glimpse of that. I feel like we got to see was like last like two episodes ago and this last week's episode like how she was so on point to Tony's gain and like but I'm just curious. Do you feel like Tony took her out. Because do you guys think there's more that we're not seeing that showing her with other conversations as to how aware of the game that she is and we're just not seeing it or do you just feel like Tony. Thought she was a threat. My take is that there has to be more that we're not seeing Because like why else were production. Drop these gems. That she's so aware and everyone else is like. Oh my God. Tony is on our side. I mean I think what we do see is that Tony picks up on the fact that Kim is targeting him and he gets the scoop from Nick. Just because Nick doesn't really look I'm an eye and tell them give them a straight answer so he knows Kim is targeting him and I think that's all the reason that Tony is GonNa although reason that Tony needs to go for him but I agree like we keep seen Kim just absolutely nail the hit the nail on the head with Tony's game and I think I mean one that's just like shows respect for her game. I guess even from Production to I think he kind of geared us up for this. Tony Verse Kim War that we witnessed this episode. Yeah and I think she has like an inherent disadvantage because of how she basically started the game with a lot of older school players. That are now out of the game. So she's probably feeling like she's fighting from the bottom and that could also help her have like her ears perked in the way that they are. She's just continually getting information. But Yeah I think that the Ben really triggered Tony. I don't know if that would have gone the same way of. Tony didn't hear from him that he was being targeted by her right. And it's almost like well Dan come on. You can't keep border you just don't Kim. Obviously Kim went home but if Tony didn't win immunity. I think most of the time her plan she position so Kim's a obviously an amazing player to hop over if that's okay too once all the votes have been cast. We see some advantages in idols. Come into play. Obviously Jimmy as a fifty fifty coin Tony's safe but he's Kinda offering his idol to Jeremy and Sarah. I'm just want to get your guys takes you know just off the bat. If I'm Jeremy Clear at the end of the day he made made the right move. But I'm totally flippin that fifty fifty coin because also Tony. Seems like if the coin doesn't hit Tony My play the idol me so it's like a double coverage here. I'm not taken either so wait so you know. I was a little busy episode change in Amok Roles while I was in the bathroom. So wait. Tell me this. I thought that Jeremy did not play his fifty-fifty idol. Tony Gay and Tony gave him the idol Tony taxes either. Okay Oh my God lewisite so weights play. No idle idle was played and Jeremy still has that fifty fifty idol but she might come back to Michelle but I mean it was obviously in hindsight great move. But if I'm Jeremy Antonis saying like Tony wanted him to play his first time he's not gonNA play is without Jeremy playing his but I'm Jeremy I flipped out and if it doesn't work then Tony places idle for me. I feel like that's amazing. But at the end of the day they had the right feeling. I worked out same thing with Sarah. Tony Offered Sarah idle and she made the right read of not playing it or not asking for it. Which doesn't seem that big but if you're a player in the game six people vulnerable and someone offers you an idol. I feel like hell. Yeah but she made the right call letting Tony. Keep it so they can use it for future use and then. So here's my last thing before we go. Alexis being a return of not returning but being a player from cog John. I'm what do you think of Tony and Sarah Alliance? Do you feel like it's going to end up like how it didn't hygiene for. Sarah do you feel like feral may be able to somehow get control of this alliance because if I am a view were or if I'm somebody on the air the I'm saying edge if I'm somebody on the jury which I could be on edge too because you'll ever all the edge. Would you have respect in service game or would you feel like it will look like Tony's running the show when she's just playing sidekick cop now I think I have a few thoughts about their their relationship? I think it's different this time. Because it seems like they have even more of a personally embedded relationship in it than they did a second time they played so I feel like they have a little bit more writing on this and it would be even more. I don't know uncomfortable for them to back stab each other but I think even in the season that she won and the like her original season. Ah both of them. They've really stuck to their their game style and they both work for them differently. Tony's is obviously more in your face running the show deep strategy and then Sarah is unbelievably good at the social side. Like everybody on the jury will often feel a very close connection with her and really like side with her in her gameplay for a lot of the social reasons so I would love to see like a head to head kind of output against them like to see what the jury things but I think it's too easy for people to like on the jury to give a lot of credit to the people who run the big moves and things like that but I think what's interesting about the season we have a lot of characters that don't play that game so I could see having an final tribal that is basically three strong social players. The Jeremy's Michelle's Sarah. We'll see. Tony serves partnership like you. Were referencing is right now. I think it's a good partnership and I. I don't know that they turn each other until maybe the very ends But I do think one of them's GonNa get in trouble just from the outside alliance of very serious and I think it. I think if Tony's memorable it's going to be Tony but I think if Tony's safe or like people know he might obviously people now know he has an idol. I think Sarah would be the collateral from that and go home definitely. I definitely think that Tony has shown that he will cut Sarah at her leg. Getting rid of Sophie saw anybody is going to be the aggressor. I definitely think it's going to be Tony but we'll have to wait and see until next week. I WanNa thank you so much. Alexis for coming on the purpose podcast. It's such an honor on though you voted me out of survivor. Baby boy wets. The whistle are kind of getting my emotions. I call you on facetime and I cussed you out still love you but before you go Alexis just for anyone who has lost contact with you or not. Fowleri let the people know where they can follow you. Add so on. You know. On the days they can catch your tweets and the're instagram and tectonics absolutely and thank you for bringing me on board. This is really fun. Yeah all right. You want me to draw handles. Twitter is Alexis Underscore Maxwell. Instagram is Alexis. Underscore Taylor to Iowa underscore maxwell. Aren't you heard that so? Make sure you guys follow Alexis on twitter and instagram. She always stay poppin Alexis. It was a pleasure to have you here on my podcast. Even though you voted me out and Khadijeh ooh a baby Boy Jack. I wait to talk to you next week. Abou- win at war. This two hour episode right does conclude our survivor news. Keeping this menu moving shaking. We are moving onto the season. Finale of protocol some Big Bay. I know I haven't covered it in a couple of weeks and I was so happy when I kept getting these suites from the Purple Paneth. Posse layer talked about price. Because you see the bonaly price you gotTa talk about it. All I love with my purple peers posse gets excited about shows that I love now lessen anger when I tell. Y'All episode was Oh okay okay. Let me wet the whistle every winter with before I get too excited. Okay art so the episode starts off with Malcolm. Getting arrested he in jail because they suspected him of killing his girlfriend eve eve the girl in a box sister that you don't try to trick them or E B at s. e. so he suspected of killing. Eve's killer so they got Malcolm in jail so the episode starts off where he is getting bonded out of jail from guests who his mother Jessica Whitley because she got the coins so he gets it from jail and they put Malcolm on house arrest so Malcolm's now happy about being a house arrest because you know Malcolm Baby Boy's godfather figure it out gotta pick who like. Who's sitting me up. I'm being trained. Some they like you staying here Jessica is like you. I'M NOT PLAYING WITH MALCOLM. You stay home but you know baby boy so. Malcolm they put them on a ankle bracelet. Okay Malcolm's on an ankle bracelet so Malcolm being as smart as he is he breaks out of the Ankle Bracelet who first order of business of Malcolm. Soon as he breaks out of house arrest he goes to the NYPD HEADQUARTERS. Injury said the medical examiner. Who IS IN MY OPINION? The freak of the whole season who loves Malcolm so he breaks ensue her office but the whole team is there. Danny a Roy and the other detective injury is basically like breaking down how this guy died and saying like you know. Malcolm's DNA is under his nails. And what is surprising to us is Danny which is Kinda SORTA like Malcolm's low key love interest she starts profiling like Malcolm and she's saying like this is a crime of passion and like obviously the person who killed this person would have had to have like you know would have been mad what had passionate and they're like you know. Malcolm would have been the person for this because he would have been so mad. That eve is dead so every year. No energy says that girl don't be saying that about my mouth combat. An injury says like she's right. It can't be Malcolm so that seem leaves because they're still trying to investigate this and then Malcolm appears in the truth is like how long were you there. And he's like long enough to know so Malcolm's like obviously it wasn't me but I'm trying to figure out how they got my DNA under his nails. Injuries says like well. It couldn't have been anyone from my team because my team is very trustworthy. And he's like well. What about the lab? And she's saying I don't believe it's England from the lab and their Malcolm's like well who owns the lab and who long the whole is Addicott and Addicott is obviously the guy who is like once the Whitley family down who is behind it. All so Malcolm is like oh I gotta go so Malcolm Goals to the lawyer who and past episodes. I don't know if you remember. Remember when Jessica whittling. You know she was. She was up to be prosecuted for stabbing Martin. All of these lawyers came out and they won lawyer. Our represents you as she was like a monster. Never that's the Laura that Guy Martin. Malcolm's dad the surgeon killer got him. They're sweet deal to be in the psychiatric hospital not to jail so Malcolm goes to see him and he's like I know at. Ti is behind it. He's like what are you doing here. You can't be here and Malcolm's like you used to be this amazing civil rights civil rights lawyer and now ever since you represent and my dad you've become this famous lawyer for representing killers and getting them off. He's like have heart like tell me what's going on. And so the lawyer Aka the monster as kind of having like you know going back and forth but basically he tells Malcolm like just. It's Addicott Ed. He's like the only information that I know is that your dad has the papers that will be able to exonerate everything to show at is doing and other while they're in the office he's like the lawyers like to bring somebody with you and they turn around and then just who it is is at a gun he shoots the guy down and runs and so Malcolm is like you know covered in blood. And he's like no no no so Malcolm runs home he gets home his mom Ainslie. They're they're like. Why are you covered in blood? And he's like the monster lawyer he's dead at a cop shot him and Bang Bang Bang Bang. Nypd blue open up and so like Oh. I need thirty seconds thirty seconds to get this ankle bracelet off. Now Mind You. Malcolm an ankle bracelet. All and put on Jessica Whitley's assisted so they're switching back and forth the detective a Roy team. Come in and Malcolm and just an alias on the house in Malcolm's reading like country living and he's like hello guys and they're like you re country live in Malcolm. He's like wow. I've been here all day with my family like what's going on there like you'd be here all day. Malcolm's like why would I lie to you guys? I've been here all day. So they're like okay and then we'll tell you what's going on the case like you guys. Have you fixed any? Thank you figured anything out. And then they're like no but as long as you said you've been here all day. We good so get ready to leave him I. I haven't I lied to the lawyer's office but the cut shot them and they like what and my my anthony is like. What is your baby? Obviously Malcolm wants to go with them so they arrested him. Take them to the station and so there at the station and Malcolm explaining everything that you know he knows and it's like you know it wasn't me it definitely wasn't and so when they're like. Malcolm the killer hedger DNA on them and Malcolm. It's like well. He could have been dead the whole time and they're like well how could he have been dead the whole time? He was in the room with them. You work for the NYPD blue you not to NYPD blue always say that you work for the Nypd you are profiler how you know somebody dead and then. Malcolm has a a mini flassbeck? When I saw the bandages over his eyes. I didn't even go near them. And so they're like he could have been dead the whole time so the teams like this opens up to the nurses the doctors other people that could have been there. There are Great Malcolm this great so let me just touch on Martin. Whitley real quick now in the beginning of the episode as well to Martin Whitney wakes up his cell doors open in the phone is ringing a Martin. It's like what is going on. What score would so as the phone is ringing in his cell or luxury suite as we like to call it the privilege and he answers the boat and its Edeka at cuts like Mar and Martin's like Martin is kind of like as scared of etiquette and basically he's like. I know everything and like you know you tried to set me up. And guess what I get shoe and Martin's like how and then he's like why her tried to break out of your cell and all of a sudden alarm goes ow and obviously Martin is out of his cell and the guards come running. And basically they take him away to rikers as so now. He's in general population now. While Martin is in general population he feels like a bird out of water or a fish water or a bird out of air gas but anyway he feels out of place and so one of the people in the prison. Come up to him. It's like you see all the people they try to kill you because there is a balancing on your head where them to kill you. And he's like you know I run this this module I run this and I can't have Lake Aso Martin's like I don't WanNa be here soon as I get in contact with my son. I'll get out of here and the guidelines. You think I'm trying to help you like I'm going to kill you. So Martin is fearing for his life in general populations so fast before beck to they are at the. Nypd de Station and Malcolm's like I really need to get contact with my dad because my dad has his answers and arrows like well and no one knows where he's at in April. Lieutenant Roy is like Whoa. He's not at the Psychiatric Hospital. They moved them to rikers. And Malcolm is like that's what they're trying to kill them they're gonNA kill them. Loosen Roy's like I can't pull no strings to get you into rikers but Bay Bay okay the MVP of the Whitley Family Ainsley. You know she reporter type stuff so she has friends that. Oh her favor so they get to go see their dad. Ainsley GETS MALCOLM AINSLIE to go into rikers to see her day. Visitation rooms they see Martin and Martin is visibly shaken. They are like you're scared dad so obviously. Malcolm is like trying to get these papers and documents that he has that improved at at a key behind all of this and basically Martin reveals to them that it was all ally it was a roost and that he was saying that he had to Kinda get Addicott mad and obviously it worked but at a cost so mad that Bay. He bought the kill. You Bar what did you do win? So they don't really have much time but Mar Intel's Malcolm that well the only way to stop. This is to kill them. You can kill them. You're my son. You got it in you and mar in like first of all. Martin why are you telling us on to kill him and Ainsley? It's like Dad. What are you doing so they have? The time is up and the is like look scared and so the dad is basically saying into Ainsley and Malcolm like I love you. You guys were my pride and joy. And if I don't ever get to see you again just know that I loved you and so the guards is taking a back and listen. Ainsley stands up and grabs HYDAC instead. Listen Dad you are smartest person initial jail. You are the searching new better. Act like he and she like grabs her dad. And it's like this really big scene because it's like. Oh you know amply always had these issues with her dad and Anthony is kind of not the black sheep family but obviously she is the daughter to sergent. Malcolm is the Super Smart Kid who works for the NYPD. Eh You know Jessica. Is You know the socialite with the money and so we just kind of always had a hard time finding her place and you know we see her trying to get her journalism off the ground so it was really a pivotal point for us to see. Ainsley kind of encouraged her dad and she grabbed his arm and the dad kind of looked at it. And kinda smile like. Oh look at my baby girl all during the Wild Jessica fables rich south okay. Bopping bills the drinking of alcoho- she gets invited to dinner by etiquette at is like in love with her and so they're like. Don't go mom you should not go. And she's like well maybe I could record him saying some incriminating things. And I'll be able to like you know crack this case gets you off Malcolm. So they're like mom. Don't go but obviously you know how this family work. They don't go so just remember that. So Malcolm is back at home at the going to see his dad and Lieutenant Abe. Roy is at his house when he gets there. If I listened Malcolm I couldn't stop them. They're going to be filing charges against you tonight. So what I need you to do is pack. A bag gives them cache. I need you to leave him for a couple of days until we can figure this out as for Malcolm's like absolutely however Malcolm also tells Lieutenant Abe Roy that my mom is supposed to be going to dinner etiquette and I don't think there should be when they are so I need for you to look out for her in tennis shoe. Got You now this whole scenes saying look like Lieutenant Abe. Roy had just wait Lee. Okay SO Lieutenant Roy. Leaves and Malcolm gathering his things together and I. He wants to leave his phone because I believe he brings us phone. They'll be able to track them but before he leaves. He plays the last message that his girlfriend eve left him. And you know she's like knock on every like I'm sorry I had to leave you this way but you know. I have to do this on my own. And so as he's leaving. Here's like these dogs barking birds and Malcolm is like those are different dogs so he calls his friend. Danny and it's like can't you do a reverse check on a phone number for me? I need a favor. So does this reverse check or she danny does the reverse check and then you know all we see is Malcolm getting a cab and then Malcolm arrives to like what looks like a animal clinic. So Malcolm goes inside. And he's like can I speak with the CANARIAN and this lady turns around and she's like I'm the veterinarian Babe. Who is the girl in a Box? The girl in a box you know who eagles looking for who this whole time. Malcolm been having these flashbacks. She's alive so Malcolm Aside Home God would so he's you know. I got a bird named sunshine. She's not doing that well. And then she's like well let me. Let's make an appointment he's like. I'm Malcolm whittling. And then she's like Malcolm he's like I see that says Dr Ashley but I don't think there's several name. She's like the boy from the box and so they had this conversation. And you know they figure out like where connection with eve and the death of eve and you know what the motive is and the only person that could wanNA kill eve as much as you know how they are portraying mouse for it to be. Malcolm could be sister and she's like she was here for three days and she lap three days and she laughed and Malcolm well discussed. This is one of them cases that I just would never be able to figure out who so at the same time mar in Whitley in jail and they're like line people up to kind of I guess. Go to dinner go to lunch. Go to child go back to the sales and so Martin sees the guy that said I'm going to Kill Them. And so obviously you know if anybody watched them jail shows the people begin stat with Shank when Ab passing each other about the past each other and Martin jumps and get them out and like the guy pulls out his shank and we know what a Shank is from sixty days in. Okay shot out the Dennis. Okay so he pulls out the Shank he's about to try to stab an Martin's life. You know when you were talking earlier. I saw itching and he he was like at first. I thought it was like a nervous as I realize it's uncontrollable and that really could be from a tumor and your head. You can have a tumor. He's just trying to say that he's like no so march starts saying all of these symptoms and obviously the guy must have these symptoms. And he's like it could be a tumor and your head. That could kill you. And he's like I'm the surgeon he's like I could get you a referral to someone actually have it checked out and he's like I'm assuming that would be worth more than the bouncy on my head. So he's like all right. I will kill you so to get back in line. And has the people are walking and seeing that he's still alive he's like he would me he'd good don't hurt him and a guy. Are you playing? Get on my wife? So this whole riot breaks out. Martin is just standing in the middle of variety. Like what is going on. Okay number methodist seeing because. Listen I gotta get this done by the juicy stuff before I came back to the scene. So Jessica Whitley goes on the date to etiquettes home. She's at home and he is essentially telling her all of the things that he has done for her. We know throughout the season. Jessica has a love hate relationship with Martin Whitley. She feels like he's ruined her family and that she does. Not you know this whole season. She has not wanted him to be. And then cushy psyche and that cushy Psych Hospital. She wants him in jail. What the key thrown away but obviously you know as the season has gone on. Mao. Martin has done things for the family that has Kinda SORTA help with the family and kind of sort of like you know you know Jessica still my love them a little bit so editor 's thing how he set Martin up to be in jail and there he'll be killed and that like you know I'm doing all of these things for you and she's like well. Why would you do these things for me? He's like because don't you know I'm in love with you owe child. She got a thing for these crazy men so in the middle of their date. The doorbell rings. And he's like oh I'll be right back so he leaves this dining area that they're shuts the door and Jessica. Whitley pose her iphone because okay she ain't stupid. She'd been recording the conversation whole time but she likes she wanted to see what the action is so she like runs around now runs around around the mansion and kind of goes to the step to see. Who's at the door and long? Behold Lieutenant Abe Roy so lieutenant Abraham at the door. He's like I'm taking Jessica Whitley home with me and Manic. Addicott is like a you. Can maybe talk to her tomorrow morning after our date after our nightcap. Because she ain't going nowhere which you lose in areas like listen which you want me to pull out my gun because listen baby girl. Come home with me so lieutenant. Awori goes to pull out his gun and Montreal. Eddie had this little bodyguard. That was right next to them. And they stab. Lieutenant Roy and Jessica Season has 'cause like Oh my God and so Lieutenant Roy is like on the ground bleeding out at. It's like I've heard that getting stabbed in the guts is the most painful way to die and so at turns around and starts coming back upstairs so Jessica who she runs back to the dining room and try to get yourself together who he's like. Oh I'm so sorry. Where were we as like? Oh I'm not sure like what was going on. He was like so. Are you going to stay the night with me or something like that and Jessica with of course and Bay asshole jarred is Hold Time Jessica? Whitley is literally one of my favorite characters auto. You Know Me. I love me some Malcolm. But less it he says. So where ARE WE AT JESSICA? She took go play affected by right upside. Is Hey okay. She said the play outside. The Hague brand through the house. Okay see seeing that. Roy was calling but his car keys was there plus you got. His car keys ran outside. She left her purse in everything. Looked like it was a birkin bag to laugh a purse Lieutenant Words Car Star driving and then the guy who stabbed Hooton Roy. Put them in the back of his car and obviously was going to dispose of the body so he pulls out the driveway and Jessica theme but she has car boom. Oh come on come on Jessica. So she gets out. The car gets and gets them out to trump puts them in the car and drives him to the hospital. Jeff I was like Yes Jessica. Okay Okay for three to one price for three to what? Okay so Lieutenant Roy he at the hospital now. Mind you at this point. Everyone's there Danny's there has moms. They're even Malcolm's there because obviously I felt like they feel they know at this point. It's etiquette because they have Jessica sang the eyewitness. So Danny them like okay. Well let's go get some warrants for etiquette house in his office. And just 'cause I'll go with you guys if you guys need me to give me a statement for so that you can get these warrants Jessica is like Malcolm stay here where Lieutenant Roy you know. Everything is good so no problem as they leave. Malcolm get the texts from Ainsley. Come home right now who away. So Malcolm run runs home to the Whitley manner and Whitley is. Ainsley is sitting on the couch next to etiquette. Who Chalet and Marcus. What are you doing here? Has He hurt you know? He hasn't hurt him so Avocados up walking around making a scotch at Ainsley and Malcolm riches looking like what the hell is going on. Malcolm's like Ainsley. Don't worry about it. The police are currently getting a search warrant for his offices and his home and offices at a cost like two bedroom. Find anything there. So they're like you know the bodyguard. That Stab Lieutenant Abe Roy. We're going to get him at a cost like. Oh it's too bad. He took his own life so at a cost like. Don't you guys understand? I own this city. Everything is under my control. He's like I'm not going anywhere. And he's like an your mother. She's good in bed. So Malcolm sits on the couch. And he's like start shaking. He's got his trimmer and we is about that a lot of the time when he gets those flashbacks or those thoughts of killing people. So he's like sitting on the couch with distributor at like you really should get their Shurmur. Looked at all of a sudden baby. Boy Malcolm jump up with a gun and he has a flashback of the dads thing like you have to kill at. That's the only way to stop them. So Malcolm jumping the gun and it's like okay. What may don't pay. We may don't play with me at a cost to badger too much like your mom all at all talk and no action. Like you're not GonNa kill me like you know if he was gonNA kill me. You would have been killed me so Malcolm's just standing there with a gun and we get the sense he not GonNa kill them and we like alcohol. Obviously I don't want to kill him but bay. I already for this. While Malcolm is standing there holding a gun at a conscious standing there. Who Ainsley come from Bob with a knife and goes she cuts his throat and he turns around and ANC START RAP stars walk. Oh my God she starts stabbing them like a thousand times and he drops down to the ground and then she drops the night as she looks at Malcolm. Malcolm looks at her and she's like what happened. What happened like who like I said the whole time. All the time Malcolm thinking to killer family and Bay League angrily. Don't play so remember when I told you off their Malcolm's dad was in the mid autumn. Bra like all of the guards fighting all of the prisoners fighting each other and so the guards were getting beat up. And he's just standing there and so one of the guards drops down to the ground and this phone down and so of course more picks it up cause Malcolm right as Malcolm is looking at Ainslie like like warmer God so as I can shock. So she picks up. And he's like and Malcolm's like it's not a good time dad he's like. I took Ainsley of ice. And he's like Ainsley secure advice to and they're Martin's like my girl and baby that's how to epidemic how to season. Ed's all my God. This leaves the door open for so much because I'm like why are they going to cover up this body because you know they can put the body in the basement. Put it in a box. You know you know. They're Whitley feeling as good as a roy calling to make it. Are we GONNA see Malcolm? And Danny's love affair. We're going to see Jessica Whitley loops in the air. Always love affair. What's going to happen? Ainsley? I tried to tell your product son is so good. If you do not watch this season you missed album. Don't worry is on Fox demand catch up on it and you know one season two comes out baby boyd. Purple Pants PODCAST IS GONNA be on it keeping the main role Lynn. Let's get into this week's episode of HBO's Hit Show insecure another great episode. What I love about insecure so much is that I feel like it's so relatable to my life. The main character ISA is a young African American female living in La. China. Really figure out her life. And sometimes I always put myself into east shoes or some of her friends. So this week's episode. It was another one and another thing that I love about. Insecure is that it's only thirty minutes so you don't really feel like you have to devote so much time you know. Sometimes you'd be watching them shows and you below do I have an hour to give to is my energy level and I don't know if any of you are like me but my energy gotta be right if I'm watching the show. I can't be tired and want to watch it because then it's like Whoa Bay. Dragging but for insecure is short sweet and right to the point so this week. Isa Is still planning her block party and we know from last week that she got the headliner schoolboy Q. So that's a huge accomplishment for at least the elite who who the hell is the Lisa ether? It's a huge compliment for ether. That she's got a big name headliner so she's working on that she's getting a flyers together also molly out here where her. New Bay Andrew We know. They had a couple of difficult times last episode but they really are on a page of their exclusive. Now they're in a relationship and the issues that are coming about and their relationship. This episode is that Molly you know she a lawyer. She's at a new law firm and putting a lot of time into her work. Andrew wants to go to the movies. Andrew wants to do date night and it seems that molly is always always having to reschedule. Even one time he came over this episode and it was supposed to have acute lung. You Know Cute Little Sam and Molly was not finished doing her work and she just gave me ten minutes. Just give me ten minutes. Andrew got over there around ten o'clock when molly got her work. It was one fifteen so is putting a strain on their relationship so ISA in. Mali sprints hip in the. She was pregnant. She had her baby and she's kind of sort of having like a sippy having all of the friends over there. Now Mind you Lawrence's over there because Isa in Lawrence they still have all of the same friends and if you remember. Lawrence is ISA's ex-boyfriend a five years. So Lawrence's up with tiffany's husband looking at the baby and the ladies are downstairs so molly and Isa are still like at this weird disconnect. So they are. It's kind of like a back and forth very passive aggressive You know molly is saying like you know. She's so happy that tiffany her husband to help support her. And Molly's like Andrew still supportive of me. He just loves me and loves on me. And Ethan makes a joke. Which if they were normally on the same page that they normally are molly will go with the joke but molly like why. I'm just trying to say that it's good to have a partner. Isa's like well. I'm just making a joke. So Isa and Molly They. Friendship we know is deteriorating. And it sucks. So Molly goals with Tiffany to talk about something and Ethan stays downstairs with their friend Kelly now. Kelly is the crazy if I was insecure. Our B Kellie. Isa's like does molly seem off. And she says that the Kelly. Now what's going on with the tea like nothing? She just seems kind of all. Now the same token molly is having the same conversation with tiffany. Meanwhile while Easter and Kelly are talking lawrence comes downstairs any kind of like mouths to east like. Can we talk so ethers like Kelly? I'll be right back. So Easter endurance go outside. And they're just really kind of like reconnecting laughing and joking now. We know at the end of last episode. Lawrence with sliding in ISA's DM's and it seemed like they were reconnecting. And the show played. Maya case ex don't hiss after midnight and she's all your full full and to us to the listeners. That's kind of ood. Wh wh what's going on there so norris really wants to kind of have a conversation with Ethan and we don't really know what it is. Maybe is he trying to save him in condoling broke up. We don't know maybe he's trying to say he misses that old thing and wants it back because as they are talking Isa gets a phone call from schoolboy q the manager and basically saying that school book is pulling out of the Black Party and now Isa is like all discombobulated because she's been working so hard for this block party and now the headline is pulling out like what so Lawrence. These there ISA is kind of like a mess and doesn't really want to finish the conversation east as well finish it. He's like no. I'll let you handle it so ISA leaves. We see each later in the episode Baker. Her apartment looking like local artists thing if she can get in contact with a local artists to maybe headlines. She's reaching out to like her old college friends that she hasn't talked to in a while. And then it gets the idea that molly's new Bay Andrew. He works live nation. So there's a artists that ISA is thinking about getting and what better way to get in contact with him then with molly so we know eastern. Mali haven't been on the same page. So Easter 'cause Molly Molly's at work and molly is like hey girl what's up man. He's got a moment to talk. And so we see this kind of point of molly almost like yes ethan. I finally going to have this conversation to talk about. Why are we off and to get on the right page? So each kind of cuts right to the point and it's just like my headliner pulled out and I need another headliner this guy and he's with live nation and you don't interest with live nation. Do think you'd be able to X. Andrew for him and so Mali. Kinda like you know I guess yes I can ask some for you but we see molly agrees to doing that. But you know Malia disappointed in the sense that she wanted to have a conversation with Ethan. She thought that like you know. Isa was actually calling the checkup on her later. In the episode Molly Molly Andrew. Get into this fight because they finally have a date night and you know after the date night molly wants the nightcap. An intro actually going out with my boys to play poker because I didn't think you would have time because you've been so busy. So we see more point of contention and its relationship with Molly Andrew. So the next or the next time Miley and Andrew. See each other. Andrew comes over to Molly's house and they really talk about you know their relationship Andrews just like I don't feel like I'm your priority and we're over the honeymoon stage so I don't really know what to make of Somalis like you are my number one priority and I'm going to make things better than molly goes into the bathroom and call us. Isa Each all excited like yes molly. What's up girl? Thank you for calling me back so quick. Yes Andrew going to make it happen and molly clearly says to her that she has X. Incher and she doesn't feel like she's going to Andrew because she wants to keep and protect her relationship with Andrew from any outside things so Isa's light outside things. Well what are you saying in Mali's basically saying like I don't want to mix friends in with this relationship but really what molly is saying that like I asked him for you? WanNa to protect them our relationship but if molly east though we're on great terms this will be no issue it just as Astra Bates the issues that they're having in their friendship and that's where episode leaves off and we know from the first episode of the season that Molly and Easter have major falling out. And so these last couple of episodes really have just been highlighting the breakdown of communication. Why I love insecure so much state again and again and again. There's so many friends in my life that a lot of the Times. We have breakdown in communications. Like this is just crazy. And so it's so crazy to see somebody on the screen. It looks like me having the same issue. So if you're not watching I'm telling you need to watch. Hbo Sunday Nights. Ten o'clock on demand. You could catch up at. Ain't dad next on the main. You told your a secret love NAM. Y'All ever be on that flicks and Netflix recommends a movie or you see a movie on that. Looks like what is this? What would I want to watch this up my Friday night? I'm just chilling and I see a secret love. Come on and I'm like you know what I normally wouldn't watch it but listen during this quarantine life got nothing else to do a minus. Well so I get into not knowing what is about. I just like cover is like these two older Caucasian ladies. And I'm like okay. I don't know but just about the being but baby. I was not ready for the emotional roller coaster that I I went on. Because essentially it's a bittersweet celebration of two women that had a six decade romance so bay so let me introduce you to these characters so there's aunts hairy and there's I pat. Okay they're originally from Canada. They both grew up on farms and Canada and arts hairy back in the day. Y'All know that show or they movie that came out in one thousand nine hundred a League of their own that features. The American Girl Professional Baseball team will say every was one of them girls on the team. So I love this. Because it's there's a story in the story but we had many men that she was supposed to marry and even Pat Pat played hockey. Pat had like three minutes. She was supposed to marry and they all died. But Antero Regan pet met. They fell in love and they became lovers now back. In this time we think seventy years ago the nineteen forties the nineteen fifty five. They didn't have. Lgbtq rights like you know if women were found out to be Lesbians. They could be persecuted. It was just horrible. So Terry. Op-ed did not feel comfortable in Canada. They felt like if they moved to the city. They have more acceptance so they moved to the city of Chicago but things did not get easier for them. Because you know back in that time in the forties and fifties in Chicago. They used to do like a Bari. So that if they went to the bar and they like a lesbian bar baby these people with getting putting it back in a paddy wagon going to jail so crazy and so on. Terry and PAT lived together. They worked together and they were lovers the whole time. Now Mind you you think like. We all got them aren't pass But Ontario Pants hold their families and they they were cousins and they live together because the written Chicago was so expensive and that it was easier for them to you know roommate together. And so it's just really takes you on this roller coaster a pet and the setting of the documentary is really like current day. So aren't paying Ontario older at a really sucks because they've kept a secret from their family for years and they reveal in the documentary that it wasn't until two thousand and nine that they finally came out now. Aunts hairy had his niece named Diana. Diana was Ontario Brother's daughter and the brother was like an alcoholic abusive so Ontario was a mother figure to Diana Diana and Ontario Dislike. Mother daughter relationship here be loves Diana so she finally told Diana in two thousand nine and I I don't care I love you and they told the rest of their family and they're like I can't believe that you've kept this from us for so long so then it kind of breaks down to a lot of the issues that are going on is there aren't Terry. I'm Pat. They are up there in age. And they are deteriorating. They're getting old arts. Hairy has walk in problems are pick out this nasty. Olympe and Ontario family is in Canada. And they want them to be in. Canada. But I don't want to move to Canada. They love they house in Chicago and they don't want to move. And so then we see despite between Diana and I'm Pat. Now Mind you. When I'm watching this documentary I pay for a lot of the time was kind of pissed me off because Diana comes up to Chicago. And they're like we really need to look at nursing homes for you and where you guys WanNa live and every nursing home they go first of all I pay. I mean yeah. I'm Pat. She Ain't trying to move to candidates. I'm PAT like well. We got a house. We've got a friend here and another thing about Terry because they kind of kept this secret from their family they had developed these friendships in Chicago with other. Lgbtq couples that were like their family so every place that they look at ipad enforce. She is expensive is to this is that they don't want to move to Florida because they are like. I don't want to just look at what are all day like you know. We're accustomed to the city. And obviously I'm PAT does not want to move back to Canada so it's Harry is kind of like obliging today so there comes a point where Pat Terry realized. We need to sell the house. But they ain't doing nothing about it so we see there's like Terry who is very energetic. She has a physical therapist. Come into the house. And so you know we see Gary doing these like workouts. You know like Yes Ontario so then. The documentary goes a year later and then a year later. Ontari has definitely been declining in health. And it's really sad to watch and so and not for nothing was on pay. I pay now. Ontario is about twelve years older than I pay obeyed both so Diana is super concerned in super worry about their health. And that you know I'm pat is not doing anything to move so Diana comes down and for the longest time Diana's but saying like Hey I wanna come down and see you guys. I want to come down to see you guys and I is like not now. Not Now not now. Diana basically surprises them and comes down and when Diana Sees Ontario. Which is her mom. She is like almost crying because Ontario is deteriorating. So much she's down to like one hundred pounds and so she's like listen. We have to move. We have to move and so there was his pivotal point in the documentary where they are Ontario Ontario. So cute like oh. I get so emotional. So they Diana's there and Terry is they're putting Ontario to sleep and Ontario. I really wanted to tell Diana now. I'm not sure what she's saying. She wants to tell her. I don't know maybe if she wants to update or health and not pay. It's like absolutely not do not tell her now. Mine Diana earlier in the documentary feels like she loves aunts hairy life. She loves our pet as well too but she always feels like she never knew whether not. I- pets love for her was genuine. Or if she only put like an. I'm only put up with Diana because she knows how much we love Sir. So there's like this tug of war for Ontario's attention but swing on an art in Pat Indiana and Diana says like I understand like I'm pat has always had Ontario herself and she doesn't really want to share her. So Beck's it at night where I'm putting here to sleep and I was like I really wanted to tell Diane and our pay. It's like absolutely not. Don't tell everything so the next morning. Diana is fired up because she heard the conversation. She's like I can't believe I can't believe you would try to like ice me out and I'm like I feel bad. I don't know why was I don't know why I say they're so mad. You they find so they they come this conclusion that yes they will want to find an assisted living home in. Chicago to assisted living home that everyone agrees on. I don't know I'm GonNa just call it. Shady Pines okay does the WHO got their golden girls reference. I'm calling shady palms cause remember but shady pines is expensive. Baby is literally like eight thousand dollars a month now. You shouldn't be doing our elderly people like they're eight thousand dollars a month but so it's eight thousand dollars a month and I'm like oh no we can't do that. That's too expensive. That's too expensive. That's expensive that's too expensive. You don't pat putting up these roadblocks so after that fight that they had Diana then discovers get a hold of this pet in Ontario innate savings have a million dollars so Diana is like. Why are you saying that it's too expensive? You guys can afford it. You guys can afford it so basically in a nutshell Diana where her intervention gets on Terry in our pets move in the shady pines so after they move into shape pines. Another thing that they talked about was that how pat and Ontario read never got married so after they moved into a shady pines they get married and when I tell you them getting married and so you learn throughout the documentary that Gary was still kind of like nervous about getting married when they first meet them because she just even though it's accepted she still is living in the nineteen fifties of kind of keeping a love cousin. Love a secret style baby when they get married. Baby boy. I I don't know about your but when I watch. Tv shows when I watched documentaries. I love a documentary that I can put myself into the people's shoes I felt like I was a family member at the wedding. Baby boy was sitting there crying because it was just like I love it. Oh my God I loved it. I loved it so much and then also win before they moved to Shady Pines and Diana and the rest of the family is helping the move. They're going to all the stuff. They're finding aunts Harry's photos when she was in the American Girl Professional League and they also find these love letters and so Diana. If I read the letter and Ontario's I would ask the letter that Pat wrote to me and so pat reads the letter. Baby boy gets teary eyed. But all of the letters that they found they. The bottoms are cut off. And so I. I keep saying Diane. It ain't Diana it's niece Diana Diana's like why are the letters cut off at the bottom and they say well because when we were writing these letters if anyone ever like rated r. home or something happened to us and you know we weren't here and they found these letters? We did not want them to know that they were written to each other. And that was just like wow and me as a gay man openly gay man like thinking twenty twenty like you know. I'm free to love where I WANNA love. Although I can't get a man that statement live. I can't get nobody the sexy back but like I'm free to be Hawaii. I choose to be who I am and to think that like I couldn't express it just put so much perspective on our life in our world and like you know although we think we've come a long way it's not that long ago that they were persecuting killing beading members of the Lgbtq community so it just was all all the documentary really brought joy to my heart I loved it and it's bittersweet because we learned that after Oh so bent my mind. You're cutting himself. They lived at Shady Pines for a little bit and then I'm pat finally broke down realize that they wanted to be with family so they moved back to Canada. Everyone was so happy and so when they move to Canada they live for about three years together and then Gary Past and pet is still alive. But it's just so sad like I i. It's just for such a long time. They had to keep their love a secret and they had to live and just worried about what people think about them and it just off. I don't know if a good a heavy movie but also just it's so sad. I text my mom this weekend. My Wash just movie and of course our later. My Mom's like Oh my car price. That was so good. So if you guys want a tear jerker and just like you notes something to open your eyes about like how far we have come and really not that long ago. Definitely you guys should check out a secret love or net flicks and last but not least on the maker this week. Our heads whole job. We got the smiles challenged. Well I feel like in order for me to explain this mice challenge. I need to actually bring the creator of the mice challenge. Let's welcome back to the Purple Pants. Podcast my friend. The doctor a physical therapy. Okay Miss Virginia. Twenty Thirteen Miss Virginia USA. Two Thousand Sixteen also was on season. Thirty five heroes. Hustlers in he'll Miss Desi Williams. Welcome back to the proper. Psi PODCAST BOO boo. I appreciate you having me as always and thank you for the introduction and was this show okay you gotTa let these people now out here with papier though. I'm so excited to have you all here. Because you know me I'll be scrolling through the instagram and I think you tag me in this Ma ice challenge and I was like wait. This is so great where you come on a podcast and talk about the Smash Chandler. Yes I am happy to talk about. It's challenge because I just feel like we are not being kind to each other around the world and nobody smiling. Nobody's making eye contact. And that's got to change. I cannot agree more. I think it would be great if you wouldn't mind sharing. Obviously you know a real friend out here You know we talk. And last week you had shared a personal story about an experience that you had at trader. Joe's and I feel like it's almost like the springboard to your challenge. So would you mind telling the listeners about your experience or your story about trader? Absolutely so I don't know if this is like an la specific thing but all of the trader Joe's in La. There's a line outside so everybody's standing in line six feet apart waiting to get into trader. Joe's and then once you get and trader Joe's it's just like this air of like everybody being freaked out everybody being on high guard. I was literally walking through trader. Joe's and a lady stopping. She was like Whoa. You can't come down this aisle already. Six people down this aisle and people are upset if you get in front of them or if you get too close and I just felt this air of hostility everywhere around me and it was like the most stressful thing I've ever been through so maybe not I've ever been through but it was just. I didn't expect grocery shopping to be that stressful so I got back in my car and I found myself like balling not just crying. Not just a tear but just bawling control ably and my call my mom and she was like you got to figure out another way to get your groceries and and I'm saying it didn't just happened one time I tried again. 'cause I was like well. Maybe it was just that one occasion. I still need some groceries. I went to the store again and when I left the exact same thing happened. I went home and bawled to my boyfriend so I just feel like we're forgetting that we're all in this together and that even though we have to keep a social distance that people can still see your facial expressions that you don't have to have your eyes like bug-eyed all the time or you don't have to be so defensive but we are still in this together we are still a community and I feel like people are forgetting that because they're so afraid of catching covert nineteen definitely add. I what I like first of all story just touches me just because it's like it's the little things. I feel like about Kobe. Nineteen about this pandemic that we're going through that I feel like kept people differently besides the the death and besides the ravage that is ravaging in like you know for you. That story for me. You don't meet falling in the bathtub but other day like I tried to make light of it but when I stop and think about it it's like you know I'm home by myself. It like it could. It could be so serious and I just feel like these little things that I feel like creep up on us and I feel like the more that we can talk about it the more that we have a support system I feel like is the best thing ever which is why I love the premises of Your Smash Challenge and I think it's amazing and for me personally as a black man wearing a mask in stores. I've said this before is uncomfortable for me. Sometimes because it's like I don't want these people to think I'm coming up in here like you know and unfortunately it's a reality that I have to face and so when I go and stores I always be trying to smile. I don't know whether or not people can see me but I truly tried to do so. I just think it's amazing but let me stop talking so girl. Explain this challenge Dylan over here. So the idea behind Smith Challenge. I'm personally a huge IRA banks fan but she coined this term smile years ago on America's next top model and basically the idea of a SM- is is smiling with your eyes and we do it all the time on instagram. At least I know I do. But we're forgetting that even though we have a mask on people can still see your eyes so the idea behind this is challenge is really just spreading that message that even though you we can't see your teeth and the party your face at typically smiles if you make eye contact with a stranger and you smile they can see that warmth in your eyes they can see that you're making that connection and I think it's important to remind everybody of that right now and then more importantly practice it so I posted a smile and then I challenged my friends to do the same and I'm hoping that we can just sort of create this chain reaction of people making eye contact first and foremost because I go for a walk every day. People literally will cross the street. Not Make contact right. Yeah we've all been there. They'll literally cross the street so I think it's important to realize that we can still make eye contact. We can smile and people will see that even though our mouths are covered. Atla so are you GonNa Challenge Purple Posse to dismiss channel. Love the Purple Pants Posse to join a purple Pants posse member from day one. We we've been going together for some time so I would appreciate it if everybody would re posts mice tag their friends and I just WANNA share a little bit of love in the world like you know. Obviously this isn't. It's not a huge task. It's nothing big elaborate. It's not some savage dance but I think it is important that we're remembering to smile and connect with people both our friends and strangers. I love but I'm GonNa need a better. I'm GonNa need you to challenge the purple peanuts. Paseo little better purple passages Desi and I'm challenging you to my challenge. Post a photo to instagram with the hashtags. Mice Challenge. It's okay come up. A couple of wishing Bama Basil. What's up Purple Pants together? And I'm challenging you today to post your best smile. I know you gotTa don't be shy and tag me in it. Tagged Purple Podcasts I'm a reposted tag hashtags mice challenge and I can't wait to see all of your beautiful faces of your beautiful glowing. Warm is and just spread the love just I love it and I feel like I don't know how like my podcast has turned into nothing but positive energy because that's what I try to put out there so excited so Purple Pants. Posse we out here so definitely if you want to post it to your instagram. You WanNa post it to twitter. You WanNa Post it to your instagram stories. Make sure you tag. Desi Williams wish instagram case. Data does he Jay Williams put it in a little hashtags mice challenge. I'll be sure to re post you my stories and I just WanNa spread so much eleven. So much enjoyed during this difficult time jazz. Purple Pants Policy. So make sure you take me and the Purple Pants. Podcast Posted sue so. Yes so you are officially been challenge and Purple Pants Pasta. If you accept the challenge you've got at least challenge four of your friends and family to do it as well so because we got we go to Canada. We're GONNA get through this together and little by little step by step and once SM- is at a time. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast and really creating a great challenge that we all can get behind. Thank you Bryce love you so much Wa is. The reasoning is petrick race to win matt favorite segments of the PODCAST. Purple Pants. Picks you pick. I say every weekend Saturday morning I will post to my instagram. Bryce Isaiah or the purpose podcast instagram. A picture of Purple Pants. And I'll say drop your topics for Purple Pants. Picks and you guys anything that you want to hear you talk about any current events. Any music and heed. Tv shows anything that comes to your mind. Baby Boy Gotcha. So let's kick it off tear underscore. Kerr writes amazing to see. You take over survivors instagram. Do you see a second chance in your future. Well guys I don't WanNa get too emotional but you know one rule and the purple pants. Podcast is that I said I will always be transparent with you end so so yes last week the CBS instagram reached out to me. If I wanted to take over the survivor instagram and I was so excited But after ad did to take over missy from you know season thirty nine she had called me and she just really liked put a whole bunch of positive reinforcement and just really loved on me. It was just like I'm so proud of you. Bryce everything that you have been doing for the survivor community. It's all coming full circle and you know as big of a personality that I have is so hard for me to like hear positive things about me or it's so hard for me to believe they're like oh great things happening because just how I live and how my life has been just. Don't think that good things happen to me not that I'm not a positive person. I'm just like you know. Just keep chugging along and so I would just share this story with you. Is that like you know the last time that has ever recognized me as a player was the day that they announced the cast for Kagi on And that was it. I've never ever been recognized as a player since then even on my reunion. They didn't speak with me. They spoke to David. Garrick jumped over me went to cheer. I didn't have anything to say. And so I love survivors. One of my favorite shows. Even before I was on this show I watched it with my cousins and I loved it and to be on. The show was an absolute dream. Come true but there are like is like. Ptsd FOR ME I love survivor so much but at the same time I feel like I got the short end of the stick like I said I just feel like that's my life like great things happen for me but nothing ever really takes off and you know I got voted out early and I accept that that was my game but obviously I didn't want to go out and play survivor and be the third. I wanted to go out and play the survivor. Make the merge. I'm GONNA make one. I wanted to bring home that million dollars. So there's always like this like this. Love hate survivor. That sometimes it gets me sad sometimes it depresses me. So it's like I don't always like to talk about that because I choose not to focus on the negative and so even with survivor. Not Ever really recognizing me You know I always been active in the community. I've always tried to show fans love. I always like you know podcasting. Just you know just being my natural self and I think that there hasn't really been a third boot to have the elevation that I have been blessed with to be more popular than when you were on the show like that doesn't really happen so I'm so blessed and so for me for survivor to like recognize me to say like Hey. It would be fun for you to do this. Just I can't explain to you what that means to me to me. It's just like my heart is complete so when you say is what would you see second chances if you know if it's for me. Oh even when before I play survivor and I was going through the process and like you know they don't tell you whether or not you're going to be in our always. God if it's for me let it be for me and that's what I say about. You know my chances of ever playing again. If it's for me let it be for me but I really do feel at peace in my heart. That like you know what survivor recognized me. They they see a boy Out here and I truly can alleyway emotional talking about it because it really does. A really does play on my heartstrings. A lot because I just feel like I did not get the shine that I felt like I was do but everything. In God's timing and everything happens for a reason and look six years later. I've got my podcast on rob says Torino's network. It's amazing so I just I'm just happy but I just wanted to share that with you so if I play again if I don't I still have the opportunity to play and I have the opportunity to be a part of an amazing amazing family so I love it. But if it's for me if it's not then. Hey it's not for me. So that's why the survivor. Ag Takeover was just so dear to my heart. Because I just felt like it was full circle. I know you like I ain't actual day but listen. I had to tell you next purple pants. Picks COMES FROM E. J. Under school jetty or day rights dating APPs. Okay well I mean listen this quarantine time. Dating APPs is popping so baby boy. I'm winter I don't really get on it a lot. Maybe once a week even if that but you know during this quarantine time these dating APPs I know there's tender there's bumble there's hand I also feel like what this pandemic there's so many people home. There's so many people round what better way to spark up a great conversation. Get to know somebody. I M working on a special show segment for the podcast that I can get an advice coach. A dating coaching here. To kind of help us navigate these Corentin love connections that we get through these social media apps or these dating apps but I feel like dating apps can be good during this quarantine time. But you better meet your Love Bay you better meet your quarantine bay. When it's all over. You might get married. Our next purple pants picks come from now. Wait a minute I gotTA cleared up. So the other day I did a trivia with Aaron and Missy from season thirty nine so much fun and if you have never done one you better look to earn an MRI to get one. He's Trivia Nights There was a purple pants. Posse member there. She kindly let me know that this whole time. I've been calling her Australian Ashley when it's really Austrian Ashley. Now listen per policy. You know. I'll be right in. The purple pants picks at night. So I get a little sloppy but so Austrian Ashley writes. How's your Beck Healing from the shower? Wipe out you good. Who Baby so each day. It's getting better and better. I feel like I'm on the road to recovery actually went for a run this weekend so I feel like you know road to recovery you baby boy just got to be careful but let me just state is since. I had my slip and fall in the shower. And I've been googling slip befalls in the shower. They are more common than you think. And what is even more? Scary is how many of them are deadly for people that live alone. Statistics of somebody of like over the age of like sixty five that falls in the bathroom that lives by themselves like the death rate of that is scary but I mean listen who chalet are right then. We've got underscore Danielle nine right rights. How are your twenty twenty goals going Oud Chalet so I told you before? I don't really make New Year's resolution I'm always on roads. Were Better Bryce so I feel like I'm always striving to be the better meet to reach goals. So I would say that you know I feel like they stunt it a little bit. This quarantine took me by surprise. You know their winter slumber surprised but I feel like I am actively today working on my goals and doing what I need to do. How about you purple Pants posse where you guys at twenty twenty goals? Don't use this quarantine as an excuse. 'cause that's the easy way out. We got to push past it to get through all right then the next one. I've e eight hundred twenty rights is purple. Your actual favorite color or have you adopted it because of survivor so yes. Purple is not. My favorite color inherently my favorite color is green. Believe it or not but since I am the purpose bad ass. I wear them Purple Pants on survivor. I've definitely embraced it. It's like a an adoptive son or a stepson. You know yeah I meet him and you just lying but you know twenty years and you love them so I love purple but you know my favorite color since growing up as a child has been green. Then we've got the One and only Sarah Rights man camping on Disney's discovery island. Now whoo chalet. You can't make the store yet. When I saw this purple pants picks I had to do some research. So baby you know what Disney has the Walt Disney World Discovery Island where the island who've Chile. Richard McGuire forty two years old thought. Hey I'm just camp out there okay. So people saw them. They reported it to the police. The police were looking for him on foot in a helicopter when they finally got him. They said what we've been calling your name on loud speaker saying whoever's here come out he was like oh. I was in one of the caves sleeping. I was GONNA stay out here for three four two weeks in this. This quarantine got people go crazy. So you just thought on private property at the Walt Disney discovery that you just backpack there and just be Schilling Bay. I cannot if you have not read the story just Google man camping at Walt Disney Discovery Island. And then when you see the photo where you see. The photo are richer. He looked like this. Is Debbie camp at the Walt Disney? The guy just enough say and then our last one says de Underscore Bro. Right what do you think of Lia What do you think of Lia the new housewives from real housewives of New York now having covered New York in a while? But I'm still watching baby. I love what Lee is bringing into the show. First of all if any of you guys seen the last week's episode of Row House in New York when Leah Ward at Little Kim Dress you wanna rumble with their be though. I was like yes. I'm here for Lia but listen league a little crazy when she drinking when they was ever Ramona House that night and they was listen. Leonie's the alcohol under control they all do but I- lovely. I love the fact that Leah brings a young perspective a young more modern hip like Tinsley Zhong but Tinsley. Shinola live a life that I could relate. I kinda SORTA can understand how we grew up and like you know her upbringing. Likely to say the least. But that's it that's going to conclude this week's purple pants picks if you WANNA get a pick and make sure you check my instagram. This Saturday I will post a link not linked but a photo that says drop your topics topics in and baby boy got shoes. Bryce all right so we are back once again with another advice with bryce emission. Bryce I think released so this one ally actually so here we go. Hey Brice I am a big fan of the show and thanks for being with us. So I'm seeking some advice with Bryce. Here's the deal. I'm starting my msw program. Next month. I'm going to be a social worker. Just like you baby boy. I'm pretty sure I wanNA work with kids like as a school social worker. But I'm worried that there might be any jobs in school social work when I graduate song keeping my options open. I'm also thinking about working in the mental field. What's your advice on beginning my new life as a social worker? Thanks again for all that you do for the listeners. Julie Hey Julie great question. I think that I had a lot of advice to offer you one. I would say that schools ain't going nowhere. I know what the covert nineteen it makes. It seem like we'll kids ever return to school but even if schools look different whether they go more online they go more digital. There's always going to be a need for social workers and whether or not your job may not be in person it still can be online and they still need a social worker. I also know that during your msw like your last semester. You have to do a internship during the internship. You might intern at a school and you can do really well there. And I know a lot of friends of mine had turned where they've intern- where they ended up working so that. Keep that in mind so that we're every intern. You might even if it's not in school. You might in turn somewhere else that you really might like where you're interning in so that is always an option so whenever you do your internship you always want to try to do your best. Also I think mental health doing social work in mental health feel is great. I've done social work in mental health field and my experience with a psychiatric hospital for adults however there are psychiatric hospitals for adolescents. So that is a great opportunity and they are always looking for social workers just know that our field. The turnover rate in our field is very high. So there's always going to be a job for social workers so I think that you will absolutely be fined also when you had your MSW and social work you can be a licensed therapist you can take credits and get like you know your annual credits and also therapy as well too so there are so many different options that you'll be able to do with your MSW and even if you find when you graduate. There's not jobs in schools or there's not Jackson mental health. You could always go into the foster care. Agencies Child Welfare workers they're always looking for social workers and it's a great way to say that's what you WanNa do with ultimately end up in a school. You can start off doing social work for foster care mental health and then that kind of build your resume and so a lot of the Times. I know my friends had a hard time when they went through school. And some of my friends the school that I went through they had a program where the accelerator program. Where if you after you graduated with Your Undergrad. You could then go and see your msw program and just completed a year. A lot of the issues that I've noticed that people had is that they didn't have experience after they got their msw so working in a foster care agency working in a mental health. Doing counseling can all be. Things are jobs that aren't going anywhere and even with this digital age counseling. There's a lot of online counseling where you could sit at home and counsel from home so I definitely think if you keep your mind open you will be able to get into anywhere and you might even be like me. Start at one place and think that you love it and then get another job somewhere else and love it even more as long as your heart's in the right place and obviously you are in an MSW for social work so you have to have a big heart like me and you care is definitely going to be some rough days. Not GonNa lie to you but I guarantee you the impact that you have whether it's you know on one person to people will completely outweigh the negative days that you have or the stress that you have but I think that you are on the right track. Enjoy this program. Learn as much as you can ask questions and when you get to your internship and you're actually doing work in applying what you learn on. My God is so glorious so I really hope that helps good luck. Don't worry baby girl you got this. You'RE GOING TO BE AMAZING. Social Worker and whatever field that you find yourself in. I know you're GonNa do amazing work and you got me as a resource if you have any you know how to fight me and so thank you so much for this great question and if you guys have any advice for Bryce and he schooling and he relationship anything you've got thin to me and I definitely will give you my opinion. You guys can email me at purple pants. Podcasts G. Com for your life with breath questions to you by your piece. GimMe Gimme hi. This is Miss Barb. And I'm coming to you today to talk to you about self worth. The only one gets to decide. You're worth is you. It doesn't come from your bank account or the number of fringe you have. It doesn't come from what someone else says you are worth. It's called self worth for reason. It comes from you. It comes from being yourself and being proud of who you are. It comes from being someone that you can count on and someone you can love. The numbers would change with. But what won't change is who you are deep inside beautiful limitless wonderful creative strong capable and that is where you're worth comes from love you. Thanks mom for another great barbs method in like I always say before. If you guys like this message is let me know sweet me. Dma 'cause I always screen shot and send them to my mom. She absolutely loves it. And I can't wait until our next BOB's message. Who's the free? Who's that booth Freaky freaky you? And we are onto the freak of the week but before we get into their at just have to get a huge shoutout to Jason Curtis Rivera. He is the creator of our Intros to all of my segments. I know y'all Baheren no year each week. I've been introduced in them. And this is the first podcast that I have them all in. I Love Them. Thank you baby boy from the bottom of my heart. I Love I love it I love it. I love it all right now free week. Okay now you know me. I'll be minding my business. Okay no different this week. I'm just minding my business scrolling through the INSTAGRAM. And you know my girls Thera Lassina on Friday. She posted this photo saying happy hour at the bar. Okay but she's talking about the gym bar but if you think there is the PRI the week not this Tampa Bay Bay. She is posted next to her husband. Why who bay. And they look like they home lifting dumbbells you doing across the Bay Bay. Why ain't got no shirt on who his ads looking like? He got like thirty two ads. He got a sleeve on. Ooh Beg Bay. Why okay if you don't know now you know why is definitely this freak of the week please go to their Sarala? Seen a page and see that photo of wire and tag them up let them know. Why is the freak of the week who yes? I love the frigate a week but sometimes it makes me sad because I know we get into the end of the podcast well. I hope you enjoyed listening. I hope I gave you a reason to smile to your face masks. 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"Beyond ghost in hosting the show with your host Augustino's Without your bedtime girlfriend and and off. Hello there and welcome back to the Agostino's English. Oh with me your host a casino Zynga. And this is a Passat number 390. That's from a 903-9010 away from 400. How mad does that sound anyway, for instance for joining me on the external should be a YouTube and Via a support cross-platform know you're listening to of course if watching via the YouTube make sure you smash that like here subscribe and leave me a comment down below and if you're listening via any podcast in platform, please leave me a 5-star review download the chef and share it with your friends as per always patrons contributions are more than welcome. You can find that link in the show notes as well as the pink comments on this video where the you're watching this and make sure you click on that way you get access to my entire Library as well as one bonus podcast. That's only going to be available. Only their patrons to make sure you check that out before anything else. Make sure you check that out. And of course. And of course, I've also added a little bonus feature as well. When the patron way I'm adding in time stamps all the topics I speak about so if you want some timestamps and actual breakdown or some of the topics and all that Malarkey and took a look at some of the clips they make sure you sign up on the patron do not delay. So how you been good? Amazing. How was your weekend? Great house mine non eventful non eventful as per usual the most interesting thing that happened occurred during my weekend was what let me say most probably running or off to gym, right that was and that was even the weekend. I was on Friday the last time I went I took like a 2-day off on the weekend. So it did Jim wasn't even anything under the full to a purple. Now. What movies maybe I'm watching Fire season what free or for Milan at the moment that's pretty decent teaching for free. What's his number and I would forego let me double-check. This is the season free must be season 3 years. Enforcer he's starring Chris Rock pretty decent so far. I kind of have to re-watch why I wanted to re-watch season one and two I kind of just bragging through the first five episodes of that project the easiest easiest things to watch cuz they were easily the best seasons from Fargo, especially that first season like Sublime television. So now I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel trying to re watch old shows. I enjoy it. But so far season for Fargo isn't too shabby Chris Rock is on a pretty decent job needs acting credentials. I didn't necessarily think he could do a serious role right not playing a comedic actors not playing a comedic role in under any circumstances essentially playing a gangster in Fargo. So definitely make sure you check that out if you want to see his performance in there, but if some other strong performances in their wage act as an exercise that I can't even name of the top of my head, but definitely something to keep you entertained during these winter Cove it quarantined restricted mumps. It's time to get old nose in it. Perfect time to get boring. Most people want to get back to living a regular regular regular everyday lives, but When when and when that's going to happen is anyone's guess really so far if you listen to I'm try my best to only listen to the people how have skin in the game to have a vested interest in the economy reopening and you say though that make sense anyone ever has a vested interest. Not really there are some people who don't mind the world coming to a complete standstill right? Some people are perfectly okay with things just crumbling and dying right some people okay with the economy's falling over themselves, you know people going on a street hungry, like people some people are okay with it in a weird morose somewhat, you know selfish way it's going to benefit them. But the ones that can't write the ones who survive will ultimately depends on our material consumption. Those are the ones you have to keep an eye on so I mentioned previously I never podcast to do today used to be a former head of WME, right and was basically telling us in June of this year that Coachella was going to get canceled. Or push back until the end of 2021 if not the beginning of 2022. He has been proved correct if we take what's going on in the UK for instance were essentially under this new restriction until was June of next year. Most European countries have locked down for the most part. They've kind of gone done, They've got into a second restriction phase because of the spike. Well recently announced something. I think Germany is doing something Portugal doing something loads of your being conscious are kind of reaction to the second sort of waves bikes happening. Obviously the states have them give them Absolute fuck right so big up America for that regard, they just don't care. They just try to just you know pretend it doesn't exist. If they just want to hope they wake up one day and it's completely eradicated. But if we go by what's happening around the world and we analyze the situation As honest as we can we'll have to agree that most likely things weren't returned back to any kind of normality late as a earliest end of end of next year off list. And then of course, you know, I'm latest the middle of next the middle of 2022. So again, I think in an Ideal World to be great to have some parts of the economy sucks and especially my side of things right in my life. I think we just don't have to put up with it as best as we can waiting for a vaccine is just not going to be a viable option. I don't think so again. What do I know? I'm just a young man off rabbiting and talking. I also I think that might be the best option going forward, but I think also for yeah, so what WME gai Consultants are Coachella saying that then of course about the football in most countries are doing some small trials and having you know Spectators in the stadium, but mostly everyone's talking about the things popping off, maybe the big middle of next year that makes a lot of sense wage. All the bigger all the other festivals are on the big ones ones. I like in the middle tier. They are pushed back all the events to the middle of next year and already, you know people already making noises about just going full vent and kind of put it into place protocols necessary to keep everybody safe, but not actually waiting for government mandates to come down and give you license which makes a lot of sense. Of course, it opens these people up to liability claim an insurance or being going to cover it. But in terms of being able to restart and to get back to doing what everyone else does in life, I guess some people are going to have to just take the risk. I guess it is what it is cuz we've seen so far most governments are quick to maybe close things down Council things pushed them back way in terms of restarting. Maybe it's just a function of government too much red tape too much bureaucracy too many people pushing paper, right too many people just like wasting time having roll for for the sake of their holding things up and just maybe a generational Gap do they were like I said in the beginning of the show. Some people who are you know, looking forward to the world's or burning down and crumbling within itself. Right? Some people kind of had this fatalistic idea that there's too many people in the world. They just like, you know what let us watch over them know electrons would watch through the population. Whoever's left his left last man standing kind of, you know gets to keep the prize if that's the case again. I don't really have much of a I don't watch some of these outcomes and discussions about you know, pushing back against, you know, local Mayors and presidents and prime ministers and stuff. I get the friction. It's okay. I think some people allowed to have this opinion that you know, reopening stuff is just bad for everybody all around the world, right? You're going to kill those of people and you're going to be responsible. I think it's okay to have that point of view. I just would like it there to be an opposing point of view, right if you're allowed to be ultra cautious. I also want the person that's kind of, you know wants to kind of flower to see if their parents also be involved in your argument cuz I think that kind of friction those two Polar Opposites In terms of use a good solution can come out of it because you know, essentially they're both coming from good places you'd hope so, but then again if that doesn't happen, then you have to take the least painful option the option package will fix it less pain on the populace and then go with them because there's no way we can survive another year with with restricted access to restricted movement. Let alone myself, you know, being an individual us universities watching being, you know, just kind of looking after yourself and your family or friends people have to look after, you know, come here employees, you know, looking at the sectors looking up the regions like you just can't afford another year of just no movement or business just doesn't make any sense, sir. Let's see what happens with that fingers crossed. There's a change of sometime soon. So I have a big news to get through and actually happy news. If you're a man united support, you're not even managed to win 4-1 against the odds against Newcastle the other day and I'm happy man. I'm over the moon actually very wrong. Much over the moon. I think prior to the match a lot of United friends were very nervous about the game understandably. So considering that we actually got absolutely got pummeled write convincingly by statistics one at home. And we had the international break. Essentially didn't give us a chance to kind of get back on a horse and basically, you know, go for it again those kind of international breaks after such a heavy loss can be a blessing and a curse that can be a blessing cuz a lot of people to go play their heads and it can also be a curse because they don't give you an opportunity to just get back on it right and try and rewrite you're wrong cuz there's too much time elapses and sometimes I don't mind, you know month it confessed negative thoughts stories. Come out players are talking on International Breakers probably did and just kind of create some division but somehow I don't know what happened but it might have reinvigorated as and I think Jake Paul that might have to do with some of the rumors that came out about Bruno Fernandes having an argument during the Spurs game so much that he has to get pulled off at half-time here along with Matic and then when he went to International brakes wage Possibly. He's not sold or convince body going to socialize coaching techniques bloody blah blah blah blah blah and I think these stories eventually ended up galvanizing the squad. I think Bruno Fernandez probably spoke in a confidence with some friends about his doubts about all the console shock. I'm sure that happened. He definitely spoke about his gun shows ability to manage United and obviously get us back to winning trophies and like anybody else's eyes and ears. He's not doubting whether or not schools. I mean so she has what it takes to get United back where we kind of you know, rightfully should be but I think unfortunately because he's not very familiar with the wave is working away with Nick new sometimes leaks and he unfortunately ended up speaking out turn or incompetent to somebody you shouldn't have spoken to end up as end up relaying it all the usual heads. First of all, I think he kind of like Dunkin cause when I see other people and it got out now don't be surprised going forward. If you don't hear any more leaks from putting my foot and as a side, I think he's probably smart enough to identify who from his Camp was probably likely to have leaked off. All kind of pasta news on so don't be surprised at the loss of the news somehow that kind of end up galvanizing us, even an end of the back of it. We also had the backstory of the Harry MaGuire issue playing terribly for English an international break and send off and supposedly suffering from mental health issues, but regardless from just a football fan point of view cuz you know, I don't know anything about the guy's personal life. You just hasn't been playing War hasn't been playing off a 5 million-pound send them back and generally looks like somebody who has let us not serve early acclimatize well to the bright lights of Old Trafford and that's okay. I think because he's English people are probably more adapter King to give him the benefit of doubt. I think it is Paul Pogba you to get rid of a long time ago, but of course, I understand the climate is what it is support your player, but I would probably be a little bit less fanatical about that sort of thing and kind of just back the club as opposed to individual players or that kind of marshy L. Pepsi stuff is really odd of a never be understood that kind of idea I guess because we're so sick. Getting a good thing about our team is individuals, but I still think it's a bit bizarre that aside somehow only kind of social decided not to drop require play them from the start and it kind of paid dividends. It worked out pretty well and you gotta go had a pretty decent performance a black for some misplaced fastest which are get on to later but overall solid performance for when away from home against a pretty decent new cars a month prior to this match of in this game. They actually showed where the actual levels are. But yeah, we started off pretty poorly cuz he did an ongoing the first two minutes which kind of set up a precedent. You kind of felt. Oh, oh no, here we go again and new show Lane in the golden shows obviously at fault for a couple of maybe a more than a couple of calls against Tottenham, but if you look back at the game, cuz I really watched it from the beginning to the end. I downloaded the magic kind of watched it pass without comment you just to kind of get an idea of the shape and what we were doing. I think we didn't do anything wrong in the first 5 to 10 minutes. To be honest. I think the goal came with just an unlucky circumstance show was trying to block the block across. He was a bit lazy in terms of high-strung his leg to it wasn't the purpose was not trying to push out in the same place. It was just trying to block it with his foot and it ended up kind of looping over to get into the gold. No problem. We reacted pretty well. We had to control the ball, but I didn't get necessarily feel that Newcastle had any sustained period of possession all that good stuff was coming mostly through same maximum apart from that. I didn't really see them have any Joy Wok. Obviously shall be is always an issue when he gets on the ball. He's got great past election great way of paths and just generally has good Vision on him. So he's always dangerous, but he obviously he didn't have one of his bed games. Anyways normally turns off tonight. He was pretty mediocre. So we had we were lucky in that respect because Newcastle didn't actually pressure us or you know play with the low built and another fire attack or press some of our players. I have the special ability. So we'll kind of allowed to kind of popular around the place and you know, as soon as I hop in place like where I'm at Players Are Bruno Fernandes kind of came into there and you were afraid was playing video game. Keeping it moving, you know rotating employment field, did a pretty good job in for the first half half an hour or so, we played pretty solidly so much. So even if it ends end up scoring a pretty decent go down side, but that obviously showed that will kind of getting a foot in the game Hammond quite as this up in scores are pretty decent header. And if I remember correctly, the actual header itself came off of the back of a pretty decent over the left outside between Matt James and maybe Bruno Fernandes that then went out to Matt said he had a short short cut out for a corner and leads to a header from acquire the knowledge. Another thing to say to her by Daniel Jang James played pretty well. I'm going to be honest I'ma know people have a ragged on him and I'm you know still don't believe he's probably magnate quality, but I think in terms of some of our other players who have been, you know, some some point members of the cost of our team and look at some people like Ajit on parking or you know, maybe streams Daniel James isn't as good juice on Park, but those kind of players who might not necessarily be an attractive older. And for other clubs, but they seem to do a jump for my night. I think then you change my opinion that mode I think if used well if you do the right tactics, especially playing against a team like Newcastle that dropped off gave him loves us pay off the amount of time any jeans picked up the ball in the sort of number ten ish position and just drove a Defenders was extreme. He kept pick up the ball in a position left hand side and kind of been a drive now, of course and James would be nice to improve on his ability to be a man. He's dribbling ability ability to maybe drop her shoulder and destabilize a Defender purple never cited know for sure something he needs to have some kind of go to at the moment. I'm kind of gets too close to the defendant then tries to drink so he's Ryan's have to shoot and by that time his feet are too close together. He just hasn't does have an opportunity to open up his body. You'll be good if you had some sort of routine or something. He did not get not too sure if there's something that he's trying to do, but just to add to his game. No one's he's not going to turn into lyrics I never know that's not going to happen, but we'll be good to see him kind of improved that so I thought they knew James played pretty well. Obviously matter was connecting really well on that site to look sharp had a really good first half, you know the look at the Improvement in Luke Shaw once you have web competition sit on the bench at extenders or Brazil international law and international right? I'm somebody who was the captain for Porto, you know, numerous amounts of assistant goals. Obviously, most of them come from the parents bought by a very competent left-back. It's no surprise that that first game back to shore turns on and underperforms a way that we'd expect him to perform now. I still think long-term Lucia isn't the answer. I think it's given given enough opportunities to prove as well Friday night and as necessarily stepped as a plate at home to eventually have we'll have to move on if we want to be a team challenging for trophies. You can't rely on Luke sure. He's Drinker system. He's to injury not injury-prone is too inconsistent obviously doesn't take care of himself too too much money as well as he should do off the pitch as well. There's another marker of a player that probably is never going to reach the Pinnacle of the game. But he played pretty well this game. I'm going to I'm not going to kind of take away from him and then we khong I need a course winter break hard time and then we came on a second half full guns blazing really we kept the pressure on to New Castle New Castle were pretty poor Pharrell didn't really offer much dinner service at Callum Wilson. They buy Sim was trying his best to basically be six people in order to get the ball favor of the pitch. But you know, we kept taking him out a few times so much. So I think you probably picked up an injury with him at a thousand just picking up inside the middle of the box office, but tell me did a pretty good job of screening of Defense. So did Fred who's probably unlucky to come off first. We made some saw a couple substitution for Popov and the big came on and the game of course changed quality and not improved. Obviously the princess of pop a just kind of drugs couple of different as a way to open up the pitch even more when metal was blind for the entirety of the game and Mohammed is another one where you just kind of future of like, you know, again, he was he was unlucky because Matt is essentially played in May 9th teams that have been below par, right? He said to play with really really crappy midfielders, right? He played alongside wage. Our opening you for a long time. You played on a right-hand side of a 4-4-2 midfield for a long time. He's really been given the short end of the stick. But I think the quality of metal is still their much like a Santa Claus you play him in a team where it says she gives him license to do what he does best drift in from the wings Pinball's across Play One Church football have mobile players around him. He's going to be Sublime and Matt approved really Majestic performance out easily give him and imagine if it wasn't for maybe a couple of the others Sterling goals and stuff but matter was incredible. The Bruno Fernandes goal was definitely a a good example of that a great team moved there basically starts, I guess from the bottom of our half, you know vanderbeek passing it the ball into pulp or somebody. I think it immediately comes up against the the wing matter then pushes it back out. It comes with a fresh red rash and runs into the area and it makes a diagonal run defense a smile to make the opposite route and it cuts it back and put a phone number. As like a van nistelrooy desk finish, right? Well that kind of angle that you shouldn't be shooting that end up having, you know, bringing it in for top Corner really really great way for us to kind of Take the Lead and off the back of that somehow Thursday the 2nd Manchester games off on the scoresheet to his first goal and playing for us and it was a pretty decent go to honor overlap of full background of at bombing forward on the overlap banging a shot that wage Corner was great to see you know, but maybe he's old Winger potential or old Winger ability is coming out there and in Marcus rashford kind of put the icing on the cake and finished the game for one and my kids just for two does a lot of credit. I'm obviously not sold in a guy playing out front as a centre-forward in the conventional sense. I don't think he can hold her the ball too. Well, it doesn't really make enough intelligent runs. But if I said it's given the opportunity or the space as Newcastle gave him cuz I don't know why even assume you guys are just kind of self deep cuz we might night as soon as you back off from us and you give a space we have no answers week of the month. A team down when we have a loved one who confronted by a little block but there was a lot of space in behind Newcastle and brushes was tearing them apart coming in for the wings you stretch the Defenders. You kept him occupied if he's able to do that going forward just as a makeshift Striker. I think he's going to add another string to his bow. I still automatic. I still ultimately think he's best position is coming off from the wings, especially from left hand side have anybody to talk to an evil corner? Of course, he might have to obviously develop his ability to play from the right to because I might essentially be the way he ends up playing especially with Cavani coming into a team you'd imagine my she'll probably get favored to place a favorite left hand side and Impressions were to occupy the right but he did play pretty well he held at the line amazingly well and essentially was rewarded with a pretty War decent wage a war taken goal Bruno Fernandez with a blue over the top pretty easily limited Space trash of runs into it gets into the books ends up sliding it and if the keeper who had a pretty decent game too, cuz he's saved want to prevent his penalty. Is and just generally was a bit of a beast in between the sticks new for old know. We're going to be one of those games in it where we Face a kid that just you know is my 1 million in green, 841 game but managed only we had successfully managed to kind of get the ball past few times and again happy with the win. I think it's a perfect way for us to look forward to the PSG game coming up. So that should be a big test. Of course. I'm still believing that the next four games are definitely going to tell us a lot about the team tell us a lot about women are so shocked. You will remain manager. I still think I'm forward if we want to make sure if he's if you want to get the best of our players and if you want to get the press out this current regime, unfortunately this regime we're we're not necessarily going to get all the money in the world to spend on big players. If that's the case. We're going to need a manager who can get the lifestyle the players that he's got. You can coach them in the same way that you know, you see artistic coaching Arsenal you see obviously bringing the best out of his players peppermint City wage. I have type one of those managers because we don't have the infrastructure that was allow us to sign loads of players and get that right because there's a little bit haphazard in that regard to our transfer policy. But that's a strong another day May night 141 away from her my new Castle a much-needed rest buy much-needed on confidence-booster over the team and better for us to as opposed. And it normally to have another module week not looking forward to watching match today complaining on fan channels. I mean, no one wanted that like it was horrible after that 6 one, you know, I mean, it felt like every everywhere I was turning I was be reminded of just how crap we were down. At least we have a little bit of Good Feeling still the problems are still there with no one's going to deny that but at least we have something that we can hold on to go forward main light for Newcastle one or if this has been referred to it there was talk, but yeah, that was good and what else happened? Yeah, but the football side here for Carside many many other jobs. this again and so grab yourself a drink and let's dive on in. What you want to talk about? Let's see what we talked about. But let's get rid of this. Okay, let's get in here. So news breaking news actually breaking news from the world of podcasting that might that might bring you a few laws. If you've been paying attention to what's been going on Joe Rogan has just announced that one. Jamie has unfortunately contracted The Cove it right. He has been tested positive for covid-19. Now, of course, if you've been paying attention, you know Jergens had a bit of an up-and-down relationship with the whole coverage. Where is essentially let him to you know, seek pastures news in Texas his home state of California have essentially knocked down the entire State because they fear the rownum. They don't want anyone to get it there obviously have a different sort of approach to it as opposed to other states in America and Joe Rogan's Comedy Club. Circuit has been industry essentially has been negatively affected by some of the decisions, you know going on there and California decided to kind of Up Stix once and for an office visit excess notes that live in a place where you can be a bit more free to do the things that he enjoys to do and you said a bit of an up-and-down relationship in terms of his Outlook. Remember in the beginning he got some dude on a virologist. I'm going to say maybe a yeah, maybe an infectious disease expert who was really laying the laying down the the facts of the matter kind of giving his impression. This is may have been about much and he basically said much of what we've kind of seen happen, right? He gave us a prognosis. It's going to be really bad. It's going to get really worse before it gets better. We're gonna probably be out for the entire year no vaccine until the new year everything that we kind of know. He was kind of laying out and drove a solve a green with it. Then I guess that I think the micro USB thing happened right? I felt comedian contracted covid-19. First name. You know, he was a young fit kind of do to got covered and it kind of shook up The Comedy World Shook Up mostly because like, oh, wow if he got it, right and he looks like a pretty girl in shape dude, imagine it everyone else and then somehow I guess because Michael you came on the show and described his and describe what kind of lets her situation it automatically when I sweat when I when I remember watching Michael John duric and I immediately knew Joe was going to start going, you know, a little bit conspiratorial on the whole Kobe thing and maybe having his doubts and you know investigate a little bit more cuz my girl was basically saying that he was down he was touring a lot. I think he might said he was moving home or something loads of stuff was happening in his personal life. And that was basically making him run down. He had a bit of a fever in the first place which kind of made them set up or maybe for catching covid-19 has I'm not an expert but that's all applied to see the dragon's head and ever since then he's been on a covid-19. Applause and laughs about it then takes it back then Chuckles and takes it back but then most recently in the puppy episode. He saw double down in his stance that he thinks you know, essentially the virus isn't that big of a deal he kind of raised the point that Trump got it and he was perfectly fine. He's a fat dude who doesn't really eat healthfully, which kind of a decent point to make don't get me wrong. But again false equivalency, right? Because I don't Trump is a leader of the Free World. He's probably going to get round-the-clock, you know, expert 24 hour support that's going to essentially ensure that he that there's no way chance in hell. I'm going to allow him to die of a virus that he's been berating, you know on the pulpit for the best part of world. Yeah a year or so around Austin sleep with the virus basically was declared independent of their work a lot that happen no way shape or form so he has obviously been denying here for a while and then of course in the comedy Circle crew, you've got the jeruk you got the Brendan shows and Bryan Callen, they'll probably the first victory Of it, they dealt with in a really poor way and then recently we've got stories of who has Andrew Santino contracted and maybe a few other people have kind of kept themselves and didn't really want to say anything about it which makes sense, I guess because you don't want people to like at them again. May I don't want to say make it doesn't make sense as if you don't tell people why you got quite a bit, but hey tell me there's a weird anyway now he's got quite a bit and Eric and announce this on Instagram and we're going to play the clip now and he will he has to say about it Hello friends. So we have a situation young Jamie Vernon tested positive today for covid-19. I tested negative the rest of the staff tested negative. But Jamie tested positive he thought maybe he had a sinus infection or allergies, but he has covet both were off last week. And again, how much better is this announcement of you know, demo Brendan showed it how much better is this than what talented and you know the boss even arrogant. I don't know what it was. Maybe it was arrogance, right? Because I think to give a context where Brandon should be on Bryan Callen go over it was kind of like that was like the crescendo to the whole like, you know cobridge Mile right podcast their on every episode was Brian complaining about covert and he shows getting cancer cuz effective because what happened right? They got their knickers and test because they weren't able to perform shows when they both go on tour and money see their friends and you know, like your lump that's a big part of their lifestyle, right? That's a big part of what kind of guests in my bed in the morning the ability to kind of like writes jokes, right quote unquote while still on the show and then perform those jokes at The Comedy Store when they go and tour when they filming a special blah D blah blah blah. So to have that completely cut off which kind of you know is dead. In way to kind of socialize with their peers. It's a big deal. So I understood them, you know being a little bit annoyed by the fact, but the fact that they took that annoyance to them and you know questioning the severity of it questioning State response to it where no one really had any information again now probably they probably have more of a reason to be angry at the response time. We have you know, what most places have seven months of information and they're still want some kind of lockdown that, let's let's just look at the findings and make some radical ways that we can kind of we'll get back to work and do we love well, you know still looking after the vulnerable but back then when we had no information to get up and say confidently that you're doing the wrong way because you just want to get back on stage. You know, it kind of came across with so I asked this apology radius hundred times bad and Sherman again, maybe shop in color with a sacrificial Lambs, right? Because under Seventeen is a budgie every day was pretty decent too. So maybe they've learned from the backlash that those guys wage. Those guys go and how badly they handled it in terms of being careless and the first place from Contracting it Brandon sugar still denying that he passed it on to Shin another Survivor people even though he was the Super Bowl in that respect. Maybe this is kind of the lesson that sort of learn from it. But continue in here Jose exclamation the episodes that aired with previously recorded So, I hadn't seen Jamie and about nine days and he said somewhere around Thursday this past Thursday, he felt like shit for a day and then started feeling better on Friday and by Saturday, he was mostly over today says he feels 90% ish, but it's cold it. So and that's what and that's the weird thing about this thing. And it seems to respond. It seems to have differing responses to different people and like there's no one uniform way of experiencing quite a bit. There's some stories you have like, who is that recently? There's a story of like a fitness influence at home. The way a Russian Doodles on finger right now again, if you have pre-existing conditions, we don't know what you taking a raise. I don't know how that affects you blah, blah blah. We don't know you could be could have been doing blow every night. We have no break straight, but it's just odd that some people get it and it's just like a cold some people get it. I didn't even know they had it some people get it and they're bedridden right some people get it. They lose flipping. Who's there? Who's that Bulldog lost like Limbs and any unfortunately passed away like he dragged her horrible horrible horrible waste people are going out which is which is why I mentioned to see once we kind of get wage this humble and we solve come out the server-side it'll be great. If they can kind of find out something can prepare. I don't know just educate the public in terms of like why this is happening that way. Why is Faith in people in different ways, especially the ones who are let's say on paper don't have any previous conditions on are quite healthy why that things happen cuz you know, you can kind of use our common sense as to why you laughing. Like somebody negatively. If you're obese a respiratory, you know virus makes complete sense, but if you're fairly fit and you do all the right things and it's still gets you why does that happen? Exactly and why it is 1,000 just have a cold and go over it quickly and why does one person never get back their sense of smell or taste? We cancelled all the shows we're happy. He has a mild case, but we canceled all the shows. I'm keeping away from everybody and testing myself and testing the staff every day until Thursday. We're in the clear. There's nothing we can do. So we're canceling all podcast this week and I won't know when we will do them again until we get a clear from the dock. I think it has to be I think it's ten days and three negative test results in a row. So that takes us back in the next week. I don't know what we're going to do. We may do some shows remotely. We may do some shows with a substitute producer, which I really don't want to do but We'll figure it out. And again, how much better is this explanation then will happen again is this because of a deal with Spotify they have to show be a bit more upfront about this. I don't think Circle really quiet, you know honest and straightforward when it comes to this little things. I'm sure he would have done this even if it was swimming in his in his basement, but again far better way to explain it to put it all out then again is coming from somebody who was you know getting on his Cobra deny or hype train a little bit, you know being a little bit of a grumpy Sade and again, I understand it because you know, he's created essentially been decimated, you know off my interest in terms of dance music and my club culture has essentially been, you know decimated to so anybody in performing in the in the odds especially night life is, you know can feel his pain but it's cool that he's humble enough to kind of fess up to it on camera and be like, hey we fucked up or not. Even we fucked up because it sounds like Jamie contracted it off in he's in the on his own way, but still the fact that he's been a dog. Kind of fess up about it and just you know front as best as possible as the best way to do it and I'm happy that Jamie has a mild case and happenings feeling better. But obviously this is a fucked-up situation my apologies to all the guests my apologies to all of you. So out of my hands obviously and I will keep you posted. There you go. The dragon is going to go out for a week. So or maybe or maybe more in a depending on the negative tests are coming up. So again interesting news there and it's a never-ending never-ending circus when it comes to the other side of The Comedy Store guys in it, but let me know in the comments. What do you think? Do you think this is natural, for Joe? Skouby denial. Do you think it's just an unfortunate circumstance and often does this change of view and the virus if you were back over tonight because I assume I don't know why I just get the feeling that Jamie would be even if broken is the one that's being a bit, you know dead. Skeptical about I'll just change a movie the one that kind of, you know a bit more believe in the issue. So maybe he was taking the right precautions. Who knows maybe it wasn't maybe it was playing flipping, you know skins v skins off a pick-up basketball and some cool somewhere image of Texas. I don't know but yeah, hopefully that guy gets well soon in it because that show isn't, you know, it's not the same about young Jamie behind the board. So it may hope he recovers moving on. What else do we have to talk about? Oh, yeah cool. So obviously there's been a lot said about the future of live music so far. There's no indication that we're going to have any kind of return to it anytime soon, which is really unfortunate. I think we've all come to the realization all we've all come to accept. I I have any way especially, you know, that live music or whatever. I deem to be my, you know interests in terms of dance music off. Nightlife for essentially festivals concerts, you know that's going to be put on the back burner. If we were the first places to close. We're going to be the first black spaces to open especially, you know, when you look at how long the experts think of it spreads if it being in droplets of It kind of spreading quickly in terms of people shouting and enclose areas or no ventilation too kind of rules are nightclubs completely. So of course different people have come up with different solutions to try to make that work especially for artists are really struggling at this current moment in time because you know most artists I'm pretty crappy deals streaming has essentially home streaming platforms have essentially robbed them blind. And then this is probably the perfect time for every for an artist to have the ability to just see our home and collect money from the music that they've made over the course of my career right people are at home wanting to hear some music while in terms of bourbon Escape, they should be able to make money from just you know from their past recordings, but unfortunately the streaming, you know breakdowns on the best dead. So artists are looking for other ways to kind of supplement their income that would have come from touring and selling much. So people are trying to live stream at the issue with live streaming which I found myself even even with my check which gas pretty decent reviews. If you don't do live streams prior, you're going to have to build up an audience. You can have to build up a consist a level of consistency. You're going to have to just do the hard work right off just to kind of get it to a level that people would give a share about cuz a whole different thing in its own now, there are some artists that were, you know, at the same time that they're performing live. They're also kind of keeping up there, you know, there's a connection online and making sure that they're building a community via the streaming platforms, but for most artists, they don't necessarily want to put themselves out there like that and have the you know, they're kind of odd Bad Luck quote unquote of only having ten people watching their stream or whatever maybe so they want like a ready-made audience on a ready-made platform or they want the ability to take their take their audience direct going to perform and get them to pay off. It looks like there's one startup that's kind of doing something similar to this kind of put this article forward here from TechCrunch as the following letter Scooter Braun and try cards are breaking moment house. I started creating Live Events digitally now for myself. This is like a nightmare but I understand the need for an artist point of view to kind of get their stuff out and connect with their friends and put some money in their pocket. So it says the following month a picture of artists that way to go live to give us a geofence Live Events the fans around the world has brought the new Los Angeles startup moment house one point five million in seed form. The money came from Heavy Hitters in the Los Angeles entertainment and investment seen including School LeBron tricota and kygo's palm tree and Girard letter Patron chief executive Jack Conte and loss and Capital Partner just lie also participate in around 4 and Adventures lived a deal in investment was made by Christine green the firm's famous founder and managing partner Kevin Mayer the former Chief executive of Tik Tok TV Chief David current Levi from box the tech media entertainment grew and Matthew ball and product Maestro e 113 way or participate in around as well. But it got some Heavy Hitters and estimate and funded by Arjun meta and Sherry bands out and Nigel Gregory the company grew out of work the free month while attending u s c and the USC Jimmy ivene and dr. Dre Academy of the Arts. Wow. Okay, that's good good good, but you could good price for them and and at school the company task itself as a simple way for artists to create online events for their france-presse. First. Foray to Live Events moment house is going to host a geofence location-specific tour magician Youngblood, right? Very good pop punk artists off of a ticket events include from kygo blackbear kitchen or the Denzel Curry and flu or follow the company said, so instead of obviously streaming directly be at wage. What you're going to have to rely on the generosity of your fans to give you tips bits and Subs this obviously creates an option for the promoter and for the artists charge a flat fee for people to watch them perform. Now know certain comedians like broke Bert Kreischer and stuff in Tom Segura had done these live shows. Well, essentially have these what they'll actually Michelle behind. Nope a war and it is available for a short period of time to watch on-demand right for five days or so after the fact and you watch any particular site you get a particular part Cocker add you into that and you watch it. I guess the mechanics there are a bit clunky. So platforms like moment house will burn be good because they can just piling up with artists or not disconcert basically apply to have an account and just kind of off the show directly on their platform. And and of course, you know, I'm assuming Warehouse take a cough some of the sales but you can effectively if you want as well the good thing about it is that the artist gets to increase the amount of people off. You can reach cuz I guess if you're a young blood and you go on tour, you might not be able to fill Arenas just yet. But if you have put able to do a geo-fenced live concert only for life and in North America, you still have access to the entire, you know, North America population like isn't shared by a music and not just one state right? I'm not just one side of America. So that's where that comes in off course are just obviously increases the opportunity for his eyes to make real big money cuz they can essentially do you know European Pacific shows North America pacificsource American Pacific shows are different alarm operating it brings a sense of exclusivity. It brings a sense of connection. But again as a fan what I want to watch my favorite artists perform on my sheet laptop, you know sipping some room temperature T. Probably not I probably wait for the real thing. But if we take the word of that former WME executive who told us in June or July, it was like a cello wouldn't dog. You said it would be canceled until the end of 2021 or the earliest 2022 and now it's been proven right with the latest news. At least that basically could shows going to be pushed back again, if that's true and we all live events until the what you say earliest the end of next year and latest the middle of 2022. Then my apps like moment house might be the best way for our teenage fans to connect. It might be the only way especially if you're gagging to see some of your favorite artists perform life continues for musicians or companies picture of ticketing security merchandise integration, which is also a global payment support must have been music today years because all those features add up to one thing cash and the performers on the platform take all the ticket revenues while with Noble house early money by charging fans a small fee. That's incredible. So the the artists get to keep all the money which is great write the complete flip on what the streaming platforms are doing where the streaming platforms keep all the money instead of record labels. 3 kind of replaying the trauma from the record label deals out there. That's a great option in it. That really is a great option in the statement company co-founder of meter said the computer technology and services wasn't a response that covid-19 by Demi barawe waiters Amplified the concert-going experience of an online and explore approximation Prestige moment house is in pairing artist deliver digital experiences that Phil authentic an compelling said letter in the statement. I was drawn to the unique design driven approach because that's what's needed to create a new category here. Now journalist is a bit of a Wally in it. But that aside it got me thinking imagine if what they're saying is true in this business isn't just about reacting covid-19. And this is just a waged solid kind of platform to give artists and friends and extra opportunity to connect to a whoever they like Let's imagine a world where we're back open and people are allowed to perform live, you know in in venues again. Is there an option cuz I remember saying it's prior cuz I Fitness is all kind of playing out. I did think back when we were all when everyone was live streaming a DJ says I did a couple you know, and I'm probably going to still do a few in the future, but when everyone was trying to keep the fire burning and play some music I was thinking to myself, you know, what these artists and DJs have clearly seen that they kind of missed a trick especially some of the you know, I don't know why it isn't the DJ Ward the people were very much against social media, right and then, you know the likes of pay you and these other people may capitalize on it and blew up their career and we didn't is a good example But they were adopted them the whole social media thing very very late. So I'm sure that same group of artists who have now kind of started to live stream that says road to kind of get some practice and good friends have also seen that you know what I took too long to get on this wave, so I wouldn't be surprised me that a lot of these Legacy acts and some of the biggest acts and DJ wires artist wise I was surprised me some of them have decided not to hire an internal, you know digital team who will go around basically setting up live streams for some of the gigs a day or end up playing live and having that option available for other people other fans the World War Two thousand over. So imagine you're a big artist America. But yeah, let's imagine America reopens the economy prior before major markets in Europe, which is made which is probably life and they start to do tours around the country or they sought to perform live in certain places, right? They could obviously offer option for the European fan base has fan bases in the South and Southeast, Georgia. Nick offered an opportunity to watch wherever they're performing live in concert on the stream and it's going to be a geofence. It's only going to be available for that particular region that can't see those people perform live in their home country that would obviously open up access and obviously open up a big Revenue stream imagine performing to a packed Stadium of people right Barclays, wherever it may be and then you also have 30,000 wage in Europe buying your tickets to go and what you play and that's like what for $99.59 however much you pay for it and the good thing to people are really gone. You know, they're already gone used to the habit of watching stuff online off of the last one. Yeah that feels like right the habit of watching stuff live stream has basically changed and I regard it's not as cliche as it was maybe a few months ago, so that could potentially be an option. But again interesting to see how this develops myself as a fan. I would much rather. I don't know walk into traffic then watch my favorite, you know performer playing on my broken cracked iPhone screen, but I think largely most people would probably want to see that and most opportunity to make some money performing live because hey streaming I wasn't paying it streaming does not to pay next on the list. What else do we have? We have an interesting news them. It's so supposedly eBay is from TechCrunch to has taken a stab at the sneak offered authentication game and it kind of challenging stock extend go for it in the US now the moment so it's a headline here from TechCrunch as eBay takes a buyer stockx and goat with sneak off and take off indication for sales or how long does Plus in the US now, if you don't know about snake of Education, that's essentially go and stock X's, what would you say that essentially their main selling point? Right the ability to maybe connected with a whole group of buyers maybe and sellers if you're a customer and also the guarantee that all the shoes are going to be on their platform are going to be 100% legit because unfortunately Dead Rising sneaker culture and it being a multi-billion-dollar industry and resellers essentially falling over themselves to sell kids overpriced children ones. And he's he's it's also create a secondary Market of Choice fakes that have gone, you know from really crappy. Dorsten Market level copies of Air Force One and Air Max 95s to really sophisticated, you know replicas home kind of you know, you can tell apart and naked eye unless you're a real fanatic or a freak you'd have to really inspector Shuster, but you'd be able to highlight which one is wrong, which one isn't so obviously bringing up a bit of an issue for platforms. I stockx and eBay and I remember stockx in the beginning had a real issue with Fakes in it, especially with some of the fact she's actually making the tags that go on the shoe that certifies it being hundred percent legit phone number. Offered that has been authenticated by you know, the in-house team obviously messed things up and allow people to kind of, you know scan the system and now there's probably a lot of fakes kind of, you know, circulating down people's collections that they have absolutely no idea about but again, the game is a game. So go and snag stockx are the main purveyors of that reseller Mark at the moment, but the main players the ones that have the oh jeez eBay, right? I made a ton of other I can't even try and figure out how much money I've made on eBay back in the day, but from the various accounts, I got shut down due to some unforeseen circumstances. Let's say let's leave it there. I probably made a lot of cash back in the day, especially when I was in uni, and I had no way to make and had an option to get a job. Actually. That's probably the main reason eBay and resetting was main the main my Main Avenue an option now back in the day when I was collecting a certain shoes the Reps or the replica shoes weren't as good as they are now, so that secondary Market birth. Pretty straightforward you'd buy a shoe on a Wednesday and you put it up on the same day and more likely than not the bike could rest assured that what you're selling was legit because it was very unlikely that that she was available anywhere else prior to you purchasing it in that store. But again, like I said because of the Reps and because of the leaks that come out from the sneaker brand to basically shooting ourselves in the foot because they want to create hyper shoe. They put all these detailed image is they get given to influences who maybe didn't go and sell them or loaned them to factories for high again. This is only stuff I've heard but supposedly so they do the linen to factories home and then maybe sell them especially want to camp deconstructed for a really high fee, you know, and then probably by the pair back on the focus on another platform like this a really straight it was going on but eBay the original platform I decided to get involved in the snake of intoxication business and take about our stockx and goat spice as the following eBay is announcing today that it's going to start off. Went to Kate and sneakers sales over $100 in the US. This is a clear buy into the Domino stockx. Go in the limited sneaker Universe. The authentication will be done by Sneaker Con digital a subsidiary of the branch. That runs. Well sneakercon. Wow. Okay Sneaker. Con digital was founded by Alain embarrass vinogradov was infused by cash by the Visionary pirate Equity Group in 2018 wage. They provide one known influential background the sticker community that should provide a solid signal for buyers and sellers. It's a good choice. So I'm assuming that probably you know buy sneakers from they probably found it by a snake black snake ahead. So it's gonna be a lot of people that were a lot knowledge. We're going to be able to suss out the roof and affecting continues the quick story here is eBay's rep for technical matches are not great. Especially the snake University is Beth in most places. I think if you find a shoe on eBay, that's really priced too. Good to be true. Most likely it's not the legit thing. So it's pretty easy and to be to be honest as well. Feedback system on eBay works pretty well, most of the best sellers who sell some of the best stuff are quite well known on that platform, of course the recommendations and if you again if you got Discerning you can pick it up. I think stockx and have it has kind of platforms are the ones that I bit more difficult to side because they just use stock images. You don't know who's selling what they don't necessarily listen individual items by their seller. You just buy the two based on what's available and then you get send was available. And then maybe it's good maybe a snow so it's a bit more of a it's a bit more of a treacherous Journey buying stuff on those platforms. It continues down. The other brands themselves have tied with different ways of indicate from Ennis and NFC tags to the blockchain solutions. The counterfeiters have kept up with the various methods to and clone them quickly talk about the only way to guarantee opportunity is to get the product in hand and have them examined by people trained to spot fakes in some cases. The spotting can be as granular as count the number of stitches home. Friday between two segments of a shoe observing a grid pattern of a message and again for someone that myself has bought shoes on my life is pretty easy to tell apart shoes. You know on a fugazi but I guess you know the general public it might be a different thing. It says the funding the program sounds pretty much the same as others in a market set. They got proof of identification here. They got a third-party authentication. They got verified returns eBay's reluctance to spin up a page person in the middle of an education program allowed a gap for stockx and go to Fred or Frank of application for new and in the ghost case even pre-owned sneakers, your benefit education tags even look alike offered by two players eBay had already launched opportunity case you guarantee for watches over 2000. That's awesome the power but fifty of course is what drives the booming secondary Market wear shoes can be limited factor pairs even dozens of pairs each so you can culture which was born for basketball culture driven largely by the black athletes musicians and icons how we put that in there Jesus Christ eBay has not been slowly song. To move here by significant resources and already does Brisk a sneaker business with six million sneakers solid 2019. Yeah. That's the thing people get as many as big as stock X's at the moment still the main purveyor of Imagine for selling shoes just generally has to be based or one note here. Is that the main driver the side this may drive higher marginal businesses for eBay. Higher-end items in the $5,500 plus range of hard to justify an eBay with intensity is not guaranteed eBay have was likely already capturing a decent portion of the lower-end market, but now it's a chance to grab some of the fatty meat for sure stalkers and go for Advantage is still even with the opportunity education now a community feature their Purpose Driven off a collector and View and they have significant mind sharing the community. Both eBay is able to Resource its reputation for questionable sneaker transaction hours once shifted pair of socks and electoral bunch of bricks and eBay, then it should process a threat wage. My hope is at the Foster moves move us here will take this opportunity to really revamp the product experience both stockx and goat have been relatively stagnant at the night building website front for a while offering the same intriguing get incremental Innovation, but not dramatic over. When a product. Yep true. This is what I mean. So obviously we had these issues. I had my problems. I think I I think I bought purchase actually go on money back. So it's fine via paper in my opinion easy or something and some guy sent me some bashed up skate shoes right to try and kind of fleece me. Of course, I end up kind of getting my own back on that one. I kind of got off on the pair of actual what the dunks back in the day brutal I sent them and in the person promise or no promise, I think they they did that scam where they said they were going to pay them when they paid it was a chargeback or just a whole matter of nonsense. And obviously I sent in on tractor was just a whole nonsense. So that happened in that regard but really by and large most of my experiences transaction. I'm doing transactions on eBay have him dead. Free solid pretty easy no root trouble not regard. So I think if they're able to get this authentication thing up and running and provide an option that kind of, you know allows you to get you verified by eBay. I think you'll be fine again when I have trouble finding things. My kind of go to place is eBay for the most part cuz I guess most sellers, you know know how you baggage works the mechanics of it. It's got even though stockx and go have mine shares article pointed out. I still think the kind of Legacy I soften is something to be said for having that reputation that you may just be able to sell anything and everything is to kind of original platform people resole shoes on of course Facebook. Marketplace is kind of pet taking up some Mansion. But again, you know, it's Facebook. You have to sign up for an account on Thursday. You can just buy shoes on eBay with a with a debit card instant check out you don't need to be there invested in the app itself or the platform. So that gives people an option and most people that have a seller's account page. Just keep it open for the most part and it just in case they need to get rid of a few things. So I definitely think eBay has got an option an opportunity to maybe do a bit of a dent in that regard. So let's keep an eye out for that one when dead launches next on the list. What else do we have here? Maybe move on a little bit or see what it took about Peppa Pig. Yeah, let's jump onto this one. This is from high bass. Right? This is for my guess. The latest collection I'm going to say is different for when 21 just maybe a range that's out there. So Balenciaga has announced or revealed these Vibram toe Footwear collection that look at God awful and might be the crescendo when it comes to my obsession with Douglas sneakers. Now, you know, I've got a pair of triplets says, I've got a pair of shoes that are deemed to be ugly and some dog Caboose and CC dr. Martens, you know, I've got a little thing for shoes that look quite buzzed you Shoes by the general consensus on the most beautifulest if there is a word, but is this may be the Pinnacle of ugly is this maybe we're finally people say enough is enough and I'm getting I'm a big for them to find my love Glenn shocked. I love everything. He's done a better model of every month that blood sugar for the most part but these shoes just look hideous now mostly because I'm not fine at the Five Fingers of the five fingers shoe. Right that everyone was wearing for a big. Because I guess she wanted to like connect with the F and get grounded all that woo-woo stuff. But now Damon has basically taken that kind of Five Finger Soul put a port vibrant. So on it, so it's effectively as rugged as a red ink and then added a what is it hydraulic filter Hill on the back of it to give you a bit of beef and it looks shocking like really really really shocked. No, man should be walking around, you know, which shoes on their feet were there, you know toes individually splayed out at that again. If you've got like you got football has feet of Runners who feel like I've got where your toes all class from going narrow shoes. It might be beneficial to put your feet in the shooter kind of spread your feet out so you can get that suffer foot. Right? So you're fucken kind of get a bit splayed out and have that grip that your feet should life. But God the mighties off when it true your forces the following Balenciaga and very brim team up for the TOEFL recollection. It says a collaboration between blind shed a foot wear brown vibrant presents the total collection arrange consisting of two limited edition sneakers Styles and a high heeled style each made from recycled knit. The collaboration collection takes brooms patted five finger saw type of flexible shoe. So on the foot that are separate each Tower line for better tactile perception removing and takes it into a new Direction balenciaga's wage. Going to start as a bounce and a height on a ready extra extra sensory experience was told it's failing five towed firm in Seoul hugging their foot like a highway take glove and is numbered as one in the series The Limited Edition Balenciaga tosok is available in a common red and black and the limitation Balenciaga. Totally sub resting on the heavy-duty suspension Hill is available in Black. The additional numbers are available now in the store and their price that one thousand and $290 Jesus. These are younger than the than the triplets dinner places places are warm 700 quidd. That is in is that the same in pounds? I think that is maddening and they look so horrible so far the only good image. I've seen somebody wearing them might be this image here. Let me see if I can get him of Rihanna wearing them on this dembner vasilia fan page and she's wearing the high heeled versions that may look a little better but still is this really it's just really what you want to wear like they might look at how Big Brown Rihanna but you know, she makes everything look amazing and she's got a little she's got like a little anklet down the right shoe and she's obviously, you know, she's she wears the fuk up against Iraq in general. They might look a bit better as a high hill but still God Almighty is ugly in it. It shouldn't be that much different to a taboo, I guess because you know, Tabby essentially just got your big foot big toe. Sorry separate so it should be that much of a stretch but I don't know what it is about me that just they just make me feel like there's nothing good about he's in it. They don't but they might look a little bit better on the runway there, but Jesus Christ, he's looked terrible. What do you guys think? I don't know man. I'm not sold on these. I just can't do limited number. So I guess they got the high-heeled version and then they've got that Runner version. I wonder if these are both of these are replacing that sort trainer their roles wound up Ninjago still trainer. It'll be interesting to see the same people that bought that stock trainer right? Remember that one. Is it this one but then see both suck trainer, which is a c at the same people that bought their shoe. Which one is it this one right? Where is it the black idea? Bump above images death, which is to see the same people that bought the issue here will be the same ones to buy that off. If you bought that we use when you go to that I don't think you will. I don't know. I just don't think you're going to stretch to buying the stock trainer. If you've got if you got some trainer will you get jump on and by the tote Bamba rotted that looks terrible in it. It might look a bit better in that pink. But again most most ugly shoes in small sizes for girls. He looked pretty good. But it's the moment you start sizing him up into my a massive us 11:00 is when it starts things start to get a bit dicey by Shah's are my my my mama that shoe and sneaker this God. I don't know man, but it's a good on Rihanna in it. What do you guys think? I don't know. I'm not buying. I'm not a solid really this is not for me. But again, maybe I'm wrong in this regard. So let me know in the comments down below if you want to purchase a pair you can they're available now offer for I don't know what they say cuz it was it 301000 something dollars or something crazy like that. So if you want to purchase them get get on them now they available now nibbling joggle off or wait for the news to come out here. Yep available now for 1290 of your hard-earned dollars, so definitely check those out if you want to pair moving off and what else we have here, but but but What else we have this move on? All this one is interesting. So, of course, you know, I'm kind of couple of the news concerning Crystal ears unfortunate demise, you know of the back of some of some unsullied unsavory. Let's say allegations regarding summer is extramarital Affairs and so far. It's been a bit quiet on that front when it comes to crystallia, I guess, you know, he's taking this every time he needs away from the Limelight. So I guess working himself and for the most part maybe just off the embarrassing just doesn't want to pull his head out from the rafters until he's kind of come to grips of what he is as a person and all that sort of stuff, you know, who knows who knows what's going on there, but for the most part he's friends in a comedy awards have been pretty quiet in terms of defending him or saying anything of supporting public. I guess. It's understandable right A lot of these people that work in Hollywood have essentially, you know, given their song Was giving their entire lives to making it and now they've got some semblance of you know, popularity notoriety and infamy of Fame whatever. They're maybe they're not going to they're not about to let a person who day woodmire full was competition, you know essentially lead to them losing opportunities that they're going to do what they can to hold on to it. Whatever that means staying quiet Freedom under the bus those things are completely honorable, right? We're all mature adults here. Some people make decisions, you know, based on the benefit of their career. Some people are families, you know, not judging anybody, but sometimes I think when some people do come out and defend you sometimes find yourself, you know, what I don't want you defending me. I don't think that's very that's why I was doing and you're making it worse and I think this is a really good example. So Erick Griffin, which is another wage weird one because I wouldn't necessarily think I Griffin was you know, one of crystals good friends. I don't know. I never really got that impression. If anything I got the impression that maybe Chris was essentially dead. No, Jose humoring him but like maybe big timing him in a way, right? I think I remember him going on his part of maybe once and you know, it being really awkward in terms of a griffin bringing up her most times. He talks him to come and show off and say no but you know how it is in our consume when Chris was on fire someone like Mary Griffin trying to get him on the show was like, you know, I don't need to come on your show. I do good numbers, you know, I mean your platform is going to do anything for my career blah blah blah soft here him now come out and say, you know my good friend and support Chris and try and defend him sounds weird and it sounds even weirder because when you hear some of his rationality you some you some type of stuff, you know, what you know, we're all kind of asking his friends to step up and say something maybe it's better than just keep their mouth shut. So this is Griffin's way of Defending crystalia. And again, I don't know in divorce comments. So just keep an eye on what he says here. Very very sketchy. No, man, you suck. You're being a selfish mofo. I think I think you love the thrill of having two girls more than you love either of them. You're having fine now, but it's not going to end. Well, I mean that will blow up in his face, you know, and it was great. I got this message from I've gotten like some messages from girls who are like just one girl said, let me find it. Oh, she says in the name of females around the globe. Thanks for telling fuckboys that they suck. You know, someone made me think though. I was like, hey, let's talk about this. Let's talk about faith. F boys, you get dinged force and effort too much. So we'll call them the F boys. Now, you know what the problem is, like people don't take responsibility for the creation of this for the creation of jobs. Like I love listening to girls. I love cuz Rachel listens to these girls podcast. We're all the girls talk like they have. Hey guys, what's up? I don't know what's going on today my hair birth. And I you know, they all talk like that. It's so annoying anyway, but they all talk about F boys all the time. Oh, they're so here's a problem. You support them the problem y'all have with fuckboys is that's the ones you want. You want to be with them and you're mad. They're not conforming to what you think they should be doing. Now. Is there a griffin a little bit annoyed that he was getting overlooked in his a previous single life for these F boys. Hm, you know, there's plenty of guys out there. There's plenty of good guys out there just pretty but not they're not those guys. They're not those guys. They're attractive. There's late. They're ladies men. There's they're they're they're Macho chauvinistic unless you know, they got a lot of women in the stall and y'all are one of them and you're mad but you're are you surprised like are you really shocked that wage? I do that has like so many options is taking advantage of them and like you feel like you got got the problem is the level that the the minimal length of you feeling special you need to raise that that to me is the promise whatever basic level you go. Let me give you an example real world example, he comes a mess. So my buddy, you know my friend crystalia, he's gone through all this stuff. He's had all these allegations against him and friend then there's just people that you remember the episode of him a cross member. He essentially, you know without saying in so many words, you know Court Chris a group right and now suddenly these friend yeah. Yay, you're coming out with stories about him. I don't condone bad behavior. I think Chris, you know, he was he's a chauvinist. Okay, he with the ladies man. He loved being with ladies and he let it get out of hand. All right, but that being said, Some of these girls like they they wanted to be with him. Okay, that's kind of like him saying they kind of deserve their new. I don't know if that's the kind of message. I only be sending out there when you read this come directly Chris vouchers for this message. You think he endorses this one of his friends come in and saying that you know, the girls sort of deserved it because he's a what a chauvinist mailbox quote unquote that they deserve to be taken advantage of they deserve to be pressed. They deserve to be treated pretty poorly. And again, like I said previously right some of the other guesses name is Chris on that bad in in in isolation, but when you look at all the stories what you basically see if somebody I didn't have that much regard for his female fanbase just know try to basically back in touch as many of them as possible and because they were all over, you know, varying ages of Innocence. It made them look really bad because you're meant to be best if you're the older person is relationship and you're the dude you meant to tell Some ownership in terms of making sure that the person you're dealing with feel some level of compatibility right trying to show them a good time and just generally not trying to be a dick and that's basically where he executes. Let me basically let himself down right here within car is way to try and make this girl feel comfortable some of the accounts of his friends acting weird as well kind of added to it, you know kind of like a boys crew that was essentially just trying to make sure I reckon up the numbers, you know, no problem with that whatsoever a rack up your numbers, but you're going to rack up your numbers, you know, you got a treat to go to some level of molecule of respect and unfortunately, he did it and he came by him in the ass but to sit down and say that you know, this girl's deserved it because they're going after you know Birdbrain girls going off the Birdbrain men sometimes somehow each person deserves it is odd. Yes to do they both play an equal partner in the crappy encountered that he had probably in some some respects. I'm not I'm not a fan of these whole life power dynamics or he has a power here. It's like nah not really dead. I think it's just sloppy encounters, you know are sloppy encounters, but of course, I still do think the onus should be on the adult, right? The adults should be the one taking the control taking the reins off insurance that you have a person feels comfortable. The other person's. Okay, right making sure they're safe making sure they're having a good time all that good stuff. Because if that happened, I'm pretty sure Krystal some friends up in the situation cuz I think it was a bit of an Open Secret. I you know, he lied to get down and enjoy himself. But if he was able to treat them with some never respect and just be a decent gentleman for you know a short period of time even if it's just for the time that they were together that would that would look on the river a long way. But again, this is maybe the perspective of somebody in there a difference case not to be mean to him, but he hasn't I would imagine he didn't really get many girls prior to doing comedy. So now that he has, you know been fortunate enough to maybe you know, touch some very attractive emails his whole perspective of brings his kind of immediately been skewed and now he's looking at it through the lens of somebody, you know who has you know, just attained sub level of notoriety that's allowed him to basically attract a higher caliber of emails. But this is a very very odd defense of your friend has been accused of a crime that on paper looks really dead. He he's they want you they want to him. So they they pursued him. So anyway, my point is I saw this one story on one of these things where the girls talking about him. And she says she's a she made me feel special. And I drove from Texas to California to see him. What? Hold on at what point did you feel special? On the 10 hour drive from Texas to California. So whatever attention you know, this is sounding weird. Innit. This is something super suspect. Now, if you a conspiracy theorist, you'd say this kind of Defense coming out nowhere is could be one thing right on the fair point. It could be just his way of trying to get back in the good graces of a Chris who still holds a bit cloudy, I guess in the city of Los Angeles, right? You want to just make sure you're aligning yourself with everyone's moving. So it may be a good power play to stand yourself mixer guy like him if he comes back obviously you can be the guy to interview Affairs bloody blah blah blah or someone could say that defending somebody de strongly about such a you know, cut and dry slamming that he did maybe as a prerequisite in terms of him. Probably having his own skeletons in his own clothes it regardless of his acts past actions cuz he's mentioned in power prior podcast that he regrets some of the Dead Earlier encounters that he'd had with women that were consensual but you know some of the floating's he kind of regret some of the things that he said when he's trying to shoot he's short. So maybe this is him trying to overcompensate for that. But regardless, this is a very very odd defense. He was giving that made you feel special enough to get in the car and drive and again, I don't live in the States but it's tax is 10 hours away from California. I don't think it is really is it ten hour drive? It doesn't seem like it and even if it is at assume just much like in the UK people would go as far as they want for a bit of you know, God better hanky-panky people would travel miles. It's not very it's not it's not indicative of the person's lack of mental Acumen that they're going to be able to jump in a car and travel some way to hook up with somebody especially somebody with notes right especially somebody with the name. That's not an indication that they're dumb or that is somehow, you know show minded they might just for hate this person off. Online who I kind of look up to is essentially environment down to a show right to come and sit in a green room to have a VIP see to go back to the hotel room. Why not? I got nothing else to do I jump a car and go down there for my address and have a bit of fun. Now, of course, once the event rolls out and you know, it turns out to be a bit of a shitshow. It's a different story, but I don't necessarily think that's still a reason for you know, Chris's what allegedly be sitting between two years whipping a speed is Joe mean that's not the vibe. That's let me tell you. Let me tell you the special one. She getting flown out. Okay display and check this out. Even that one ain't special cuz he go use miles cuz he travels a lot. You know what I'm saying? Like, I don't know. This is Sandy. From Merrick. And again, I like the guy I don't know what this defense is about wage. Chris make it maybe they are friends behind the scene that we didn't know but it's just the first or even heard of them talking to this in this extent. Cuz again last time I heard Eric talking about Chris he was essentially burying him for some of the stuff they've done prior. So maybe things have changed. Who knows but let me know what you think in the comments below. Do you think Erick Griffin was passed by possibly the worst offender of Summer Chris's actions or do you think what he said was fairly, you know with a lot of sense and maybe that's helped put things into context. I love to know what you think in the comments below. Okay, moving on while switch to talk about here. We have all this is funny in a here. Let's go on this one. Obviously, you know, I think if you watch this channel long enough, you would have known that I'm no fan of Amelie lens, right? I'm no fan of what she represents. I think it's vapid meaningless dance music that is essential reading us know reminding us of all the things that we hate right celebrity icon culture spreading her arms and that Jesus post all the stuff that I hate about dance music. She kind of interesting that regard and she's kind of catapult into started the last few years covering every single Festival playing the same druggie top 10 top 20 be Palm asks if she gets a hold of and just generally being really uninspired by anything that she puts out there. Now, the funny thing is I've since looked down and covert. She's been one of the main Proprietors of faith. Unfortunate term deemed that kind of will spread across Twitter for the most part called Business technical which essentially describes a segment of the Techno dance music scene down is more concerned with are my towards more concerned with business class privileges random people in the booth balls of Grey Goose February clothes, right? That's what you punch. That's what I'm Christopher should be caught a t-shirt designs and no Beverly actually regard t-shirt Burberry and psychological DC-10. You know that whole kind of crew those are filmed in the air sunglasses at night all kind of vibe and she seems to be one of people associated with it and sometimes during a lockdown she kind of solid reputation more so off by flouting some of the rules or covid-19 playing in some very underground secret pie that she didn't post on social media feed now, of course because the internet the internet everyone finds a clips of dead and post them online of her playing these places, even though she's not putting them out there and it goes to kind of show and illustrate hypocrisy of a DJ who's always talking about the environment and you know, global warming and veganism off but was very quick to go out and you know pollute the Earth more with her, you know unnecessary air travel to go and play in countries such as his lead that were, you know, still suffering the after-effects of Output swallow for some of the middle tier and kind of bottom tier artists who pray are ordering the kind of beginning stages of covered. Everyone sought had all the people that I was kind of listening to me that this naive hope that somehow covid-19. Some about maybe naive hopes was that because of the lack of options available because of the restrictions are imposed on promoters on the countries the promoters that will put in these events on our putting their money in line and also risking their reputation and help Society of every one also the event that he want to take any chances so they might drive a book the certified DJ who can sell tickets right especially in these uncertain times didn't go ahead and book somebody unknown in the hopes of getting people are the same way. You just not going to guess attract the same crowd if you book, you know, unknown DJing your local Hood as a person in a crap is now moved my opinion. I completely disagree with that. I think in this area or in this period in time, even if it was wherever in itsly maybe in where they basically you know, they're quite possibly might be the best thoughts music fans in the world in terms of their fandom for DJs and stuff. But I think even in a place like Italy where they obsess over deejays and you know teachers are as famous as some big hip hop acts and pop stars or whatever you may be home. Still think if you was able to get some local promoter to play some local acts to a producer music or whatever maybe or remixes or whatever just local details are well-known local favourites could have easily done a good enough job and still commanded the same right of people to go and buy tickets in my opinion. Now obviously Millions kind of went out there and played a few gigs and you know, we all saw them happening, but for some reason she had an interview with the magazine called was it called cult scoutbook Outlets magazine a printed online magazine for our fashion and music based in Berlin home, and she somehow I guess had some sort of Amnesia and forgot that she played this event and business tests test know took some screenshots of the interview, which really makes me wonder why people are this live when you get video evidence of the contrary. So this is a screenshot the magazine Oxford the following. I've already touched on music. You're a DJ producer and label boss. Was it like for you at the moment to log? Be able to talk. Do you feel more or less inspired? Right? This is the exact question and her and her response. Amelie I have very mixed feelings and it's almost as if I feel different every day most of the time I'm truly enjoying being home enjoying having so much time to myself and for my friends and my family but I really miss touring is odd because she's been on tour his possessions party. She's played the other parties he did the Italian kind of what's the Coliseum me type of place. Everyone was playing at in the middle of the summer. She's played he continues I started making music because I knew that kind of track and told I went to play Jeremih says even up until today all my tracks were made for the dance floor. So I'm struggling to feel inspired to finish my tracks for the label is great to have all this time since I really can take time to listen to the track of the artists over and over but it's also a way to release any people against play the record for a crowd which is a fundamental life. She's played to the crowd and if you're wondering like as soon as she has been together, yes category. Kariye Millions alive, cuz she has played to crowds. Here's an example. This is a video from a guy called Tech knows the answer immediately and position techno opener in Paris on 2nd of August. Let's play house. You can see I'm going to I'm going to stand forward a crowd you can obviously see her bobbing her head doing a silly dance. Even though she's not Muslim rulers her behind the decks right arm movements the same imagine leaving your home to go off this garbage, right imagine. But anyway, who knows so that's a plane and we scan forward another clip. This is a mini lens playing at the that's the place called. It's called Gwen guendalina club, right? And this is in the south of Italy quite clearly, right? This is what the 15th. This is the couple of weeks after the passage party. So this nonsense about not being able to finish tracks cuz you can't hear me on the Dance Floor isn't that dance floor on those people on this tractor? She's playing off. Boring music we continue again another clip and this is the same night same event early in the morning. Luckily, this is there. And like I said, I don't have any issue with these people going out and playing their music for whatever crime to go see them. I have my reservations in questions why anybody would want to put themselves In Harm's Way to hear artists like yourself when things reopen she's going to be playing everywhere life 100 million gigs all different places any place that pays a sugar and play no problem. So to put yourself in harm her to go see a place really doesn't make any sense. He's got a million-to-one recordings available online of it says off. It's not doesn't really make any sense to leave the house for that now in her point of view. Yes, make your money. Make sure you pay your bills. That's all well and good. But again, why why there's no need to lie because there's video evidence out Thursday. So it makes me think that maybe this segment of deejays is ashamed or embarrassed by what they did pray in the summer which again, I don't blame them for I think they dead Took care of matters in their own hands governments were necessarily providing the right amount of instructions directions or guidance. But I wonder if there's a level of guilt especially for an immediate lens having played in possession parties, you know traveled most of Europe during the time, you know, this pandemic in the places that you have traveled now had a second Spike, you know Paris essentially shut down, you know, they're limiting a growing up bars on the loop and blah di blah blah blah. I wonder if those people that played those events have any kind of guilt in terms of what they've done now. Can you prove that some of those events led to some of the spikes? Probably not the same way the UK's happened is arguing about what is actually contributing to some of the positive cases, but regardless, you know outright kind of lying on a magazine and saying that you can't finish right because you can't tour is a Madness because I'm touring right here on the screen no idea why these people do it. But again, what do I know in in situation? Maybe there's another bigger brighter thing out there that I'm probably not identifying with when it comes off. Situation, but very very strange, but who knows? Who knows? Anyway, this is excellent English episode number 394 tuning in. It's been a pleasure to have your company. If it's your first time trying to show your boss make sure it's Master subscribe button hit like leave me a comment down below. If you listen to the podcast. Please make sure you download and share with all your family and friends and I will see you guys again next time for another to show off till then. Take care. Be safe. Peace.

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Drudge: Sunset Ruler of Right-Wing Media [feat. Matthew Lysiaks The Drudge Revolution]

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Drudge: Sunset Ruler of Right-Wing Media [feat. Matthew Lysiaks The Drudge Revolution]

"Knock like we never left. Everybody time podcast. Happy Saturday how you doing my way we we haven't talked before the show or anything. Right now on the play oh I was just thinking off the cuff off the off my head that it is hotter than Minneapolis argue over here. That sounds like canned line. You just said that exact same thing. No No I. So we're talking, we're talking about Matt Drudge, very important character. We're talking about the new book. This just came out last week. It's called the drudge. Revolution. Written by Matthew. Liz EAC if I'm pronouncing that correctly. What did you? What are your overall general thoughts on the book? I really liked the block I actually haven't enjoyed a book. Like, a nonfiction book like that for a while. It was like nonstop interesting. Almost I thought. What's crazy is it's I. Well, I duNno, I thought like the. There was a substantial chunk of the middle that was really boring to me, and it was a little painful to get through on his family stuff or no well when they start. So you basically need to be a bit of a political junkie to like this book. You need to already know a lot of the names involved like if you don't know who an colder is, you're not going to like. That's true. I didn't think about that. Yeah and there was just a couple times where even for me being somewhat of a news junkie being much more familiar with politics than the average person there was times where Jesus is a lot of names and a lot of like like. And if you're not into I, don't know like just all these news anchors and producer names and everything. There's a couple of parts of the book like that that we're a bit much for me. But overall I really liked the book there was definitely cards where I was enthralled. But what's craziest? It's actually performing quite poorly. It's only got twenty reviews on Amazon right. Now, the only twenty, one ratings on good reads right now there's no reviews on indigo. There's no reviews on bars, barnes and noble very few mainstream reviews none on the first page of search. That's all I basically went through and I'm like, Oh wow. There's very little coverage of this. Number thirteen thousand eight, hundred, sixty, four in audible books originals on audible. It's number one, hundred, forty, three in twenty-first-century US history books right now number two, hundred, and forty, five in business communications. So this guy. -cations though yeah, I mean. Yeah I guess there's Nothing. Strange I was actually looking online for like interviews with the author and. The. Only kind of shows is getting are basically like small youtube channels that are. That are interviewing I'm you know what we should have invited him on? Maybe we'll send him this podcast after. Send Him Align Yeah I didn't even think to do that. I just seen. This guy was big news I mean he. Constantly, I was expecting to see him. You know after I saw on Tucker Carlson I thought he would be like all over mainstream thought this book was going to get a walk. Because okay. We'll just give a quick blurb about drudge right just because some people tuning in maybe this one, a refresher or whatever. American, political commentator, the Creator or editor of the drudge report, he's been called the want Walter Cronkite of his era one hundred and fifty million net worth. Washington Post called him their largest driver of traffic. He surpassed the New York Times and web traffic with his website around ten billion views a year instrumental in electing trunk trunk trunk from punk instrumental in electing trump he broke the Bill Clinton sex scandal leading to his involvement. He's been called the most powerful man in media. Famously reclusive goes many years without interviews. He went like a decade, an entire decade without picture being taken of them, and this guy is arguably the most powerful man in modern media. And this is like the first real expose book that's been written on them I. Don't know why this book is doing better and it's a good book too. It was really fucked. And some long or anything and it's. Not. Hard review there. No No. What did you know about Matt drudge before before you read this because I know we've talked show almost nothing else like I've seen the DRUDGE report a couple times I don't follow the drudge report for news You know to me the judge was Kinda of this like old Kuki looking website where the conservatives like I guess it's cold. It's famously code from the nineteen nineties like this. The site is not. updated. Since. Geo City days, Yod. Looks like it looks like a time machine when you go to look at, it looks like you're looking at nine on the Internet on Netscape and but this guy is the power of right wing media. I didn't realize that he was has arousal right? Right. And I know I was talking to a lot of people. Ask me all like, what are you doing in the podcasts I said Matt drudge and they're like, who's Matt drudge like almost nobody I knew it her he's he's a man behind the scenes. He really is I mean I've I've paid attention to him for a while. So I used to read You know I've been a news junkie for a while I was more of a news used donkey years ago when I used to read actually Huffington post was my main source of. News or a while post, and then I was like this is very left wing. It's very kind of the same. No I really need to expand my horizons I, need to incorporate something on the left. So or years literally years every single day oftentimes like honestly probably ten twenty times a day I was addicted. I would constantly check Huffington post then drudge often post then drudge just constantly looking at what was going on on the left and what was going on the right and the. News media. And so I've been very familiar with with drudge for a while and we've been talking about for anybody listening to like a previous episodes. I've been regularly bringing up that. rudge on the DRUDGE report. has made this kind of change like I was the only one I? Felt that was noticing. He was not pro-trump anymore like during the election twenty, sixteen elections and the earlier perhaps the first two years of trump's presidency. DRUDGE. was all in for trump like drudge was instrumental in helping trump get elected. And lately, it's been clearly anti-trump and clearly the entire ideological framework of the of the website of the drudge report has has shifted but I thought I might have been going crazy and then Tucker Carlson brings on this author with this book. You know didn't hadn't come out when Tucker Carlson brought him on, just came out and apparently I'm not the only one who noticed and Tucker Carlson says, the drudge report is indistinguishable from MSNBC. Yes. So there's Kinda lots unpack. They're like I didn't realize that he was instrumental getting trump elected and not just him. Andrew Breitbart who was like his right hand man for decades. Protege and then. I guess Andrew Barr. died. Right. Right, was it before the election or during the election like? It was around that time I, know it was like right before like Breitbart Breitbart Dot Com became a thing and Steve Bannon over basically. Yes. So it would have been like leading up to the trump election I. Guess it was around that time. Yeah, and so like. Why I mean, if only it was, it was before it was before the election because Steve Bannon at the helm of Breitbart helped also help trump get elected. So yeah, well so yeah, like He. He has drudge report. He also like proteges, Andrew. Breitbart who also like sets off Steve. Bannon. Is Clear Ben Shapiro's career like. These huge people aren't. At the top of a lot of pyramids. And like you're talking about half Paul was so like Hoffa was started by Andrew Breitbart, he is one of the people that started. He well, area area Huffington is like the area and Hopkinton is the drudge of poet. She's the Huffington Huffington Post. A. Bright Breitbart was one of the founding contributors you could say yeah, it was. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah On on on how just? So we can highlight how instrumental this is because a lot of people don't know. So trump was frequently checking drudge. The trump campaign said that earning dredges favor would be critical to winning campaign staff said they treated drudge like he was the pope. Yeah, we'll leave it at that you your will, and then like the Clintons, the whole Clinton section so that like there's a whole section, I'll get to that in a second. Andrew Breitbart a little more. So like Andrew Breitbart. If you kind of roll the dice a little better for this guy, he's in on the ground floor at drudge offered to be a partner doesn't end up taking it. And then he's in at the ground floor. HUFF o-man. So depressed Blake Kinda like. Fox off because he doesn't like the way it goes right so I guess he like got a buyout out ourselves sold out or something here bought. Yeah. Got It got bought out. So we didn't take the share at drudge. He missed out on Shishir Huffington and we he died right before. Yes. Yes you got. Third. Time's a charm and then you die. Faulk like right Breitbart got. I would have. Hundreds of millions of dollars, billions, billions, dollars maybe a few I've all three of those. Oh Yeah Def definitely billions of that but he wouldn't have done all three. If he was all in drudge all in on hopping dinner all in on Breitbart like Cher. Okay. So hundreds of millions of dollars. and. And he would have been. The most influential news person. Audio last hundred years if you did all those Oh. Yes. Oh Yeah. We did do all like Andrew Bart is kind of like the shadow. The shadow drudge like he is almost became for that. So Andrew Breitbart for a for a time it was only Matt drudge and Andrew Breitbart who were posting the aggregated stories on drudge report. So. All Day yes. Exactly. That imagine if we were doing this podcast together and we didn't talk for months on end other than like just recording some clips like on Saturday you know that is what their lives were except they didn't even do that. All they did was. Every once in a while. BREITBART would post the story and Matt drudge wouldn't like it so. As as Breitbart on his computer screen, he sees the link disappear off of drudge report. Knows that Matt drudge. Triscuit it. What the fuck they? Even get a fucking answer like why yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy and then he like he launched his book on the website and bright. Drudge took his book down. Like that is just like what the fuck man. It's like. Are you guys even Fran? It's so weird that this Matt drudge is so hard to understand is human being because he's such a recluse right? Like he doesn't give interviews. He doesn't hang out in the public eye it's not like you don't really know anything about him from his writing because you can't tell if you means says he's just posting these things to like generate money. Yeah. Well, he he also wrote his own book, The drudge manifesto, but it was like very eccentric like there's poetry and there all these like artistic uses of grammar with like you know removing spaces and huge run on sentences and everything. So. He's kind of a yeah a recluse confusing character. A lot of things that people don't know about him and that's why this book was so cool because. So many things were on earth. So the show right I apparently this was an open secret and a lot of people knew this, but this hasn't been confirmed and he denied this in multiple interviews flat out said, no, that is not true but he is gay. Not Drudges Gaze I couldn't believe that I didn't know that at all, but he was living a very. Active. Gay Lifestyle. He was crooning gay clubs cutting up the dance floor too early hours of the morning and he says things like. Yeah, I go to gay clubs straight clubs to I. Know I am not a sexual. Yeah. Yeah. It's like you obviously are like straight people don't just go hang out a club. Boyfriends and you have sex with men so You said he was living he was living with his boyfriend like the. Like, is boyfriend was beating the shit out he came out as gay to like is I guess that girl was like his girlfriend childhood friend the. Security came east came out to people his the guys gave us gay. No okay. One of his early posts on US next from many many years ago. One of his I like know Internet journalist posts welcome to sex drenched. Hollywood where so sex stretch most of us have herpes. Okay yes. Oh. and. Here's the other thing. So he's like this this he's he's gay. He's really really gay yet. He's running this like very conservative like I said in previous podcasts, the drudge report has historically been kind of the furthest right you can be while still still possibly being able to be considered mainstream like that is their ideological framework and how the how they spin the narratives they're. Like. The early days at least especially kind of looks like a gossip website than a political website. Yeah. There was certainly a shift in the beginning. There was a lot more talk about celebrities and. Yeah salacious thing. and. Then like breaking news around the the Bill Clinton scandal. Matt drudge like how he actually started making a name for himself as he was working at I believe it was NBC studios in New York City it was one of the TV networks. Okay, and he would dig through the garbage cans there and like on a regular basis like he worked out the janitor schedule and you worked out the Times that the executives would dump their garbage and he noticed there was a window where he could have access to whatever the network exects throwing out and he would find ratings and he would find like communications that like before these ratings had been released to the public. Matt drudge would be able to post them on the Internet and break the story. Though. Yeah. That was one of the ways he made a name for him I. Think he was like. Kind of in the right place with all the cool hip people because he was like overhearing gossip about yeah. Also, and so is getting salary bumped you did you hear much soul and so it's going to pay the season mode. Did you hear to hear so and so's getting fired? Did you hear this did hear that and he just like I guess he was just such a fucking nobody that everyone just talked openly in front of him and like like he wasn't even there. You know But. Very interesting. This law in the days before the Internet was really a thing at. All right. People like the Internet was basically just like a place. Like Amazon at this time would have just been selling blocks. No. This is like he was. He was you know making a name for himself on the Internet before Amazon even existed. Yeah like the Internet like having an Internet browser, there'd be no google that we know you. Just. Kind of like if you didn't even know the website of where to go like you wouldn't be able to see that he's like message boards that he was participating on. And that's how that's how Andrew Breitbart found him is that he was always posting this. Breitbart size interesting stuff on message boards that they were both frequenting. It's really interesting. Yeah. So I kind of got the idea that he's not really. Like the politics, things seems almost incidental like it seems like he really enjoys gossip juicy gossip and Mike being I, and like I know this before everybody else like everyone can come here and just. I didn't I. Didn't know that before the book but yeah, I. Got that impression the book the book makes it seem like politics almost incidental and he just could just as easily been kind of like Perez Hilton like one of those websites except for it seemed that he gravitated towards his political people instead towards like celebrities. Yeah. Well his political like. So part of me was kind of thinking that and kind of. Questioning to what degree the drudge report could be kind of just like a scam attention, money and notoriety. But his political beliefs being A. Libertarian Libertarian. who was against drugs and abortion these go back to like high school when he was giving speeches in class about libertarianism. I'm so I mean if it's a troll along this guy, this guy came up with it when he was in elementary school so it's a new level. We, don't I'm not sure it's a troll but. I'm sure like he kind of moved in the direction that popularity followed right? Like he's a lot of attention on these kind of things. So I'm going post more of the things. So that's that's that's another thing that I was talking about I was thinking about because. So this guy is gay, he's running this you know. For lack of just for Brevity Sake far-right conservative website that social conservative issues highlights biblical issues. So regularly throughout the years in the drudge report, you'll see things like. I. Don't I don't I actually haven't really even read the full Bible which I kind of want to one day. He'll say things like, oh, three headed goat born in Jerusalem sparking ideas of. Prophecy like like those things will be in the drudge report every time and again. So he's appealing to this kind of like Biblical literalist social conservative. Demographic while being a homosexual. Seems that something might be a little disingenuous about that. Yeah it seems to like knock. Quite fit. I don't understand. I don't understand how square that circle I don I'm not sure he's does is one of my questions that I was actually going to bring to through rewards the forefront at the end of the episode like is this guy a shale? Is Is. He is he just doing this for the has he just been doing this for the money and basically just been like. Giving US junk food that we get addicted to like is that what the purpose of the drudge report is just to drive clicks just to have is on the screen. Well, he has this kind of nostradamus like view into the future. So he's he's doing like news on the Internet, and he's like this is enormous like you guys have no idea how enormous that says, and he's saying things like Jeff bezos would say about the Internet he's saying things like Bill Gates and stuff were saying about early computers he's like in the future is going to be a news anchor like completely predicted kind of. Like twitter sphere before I was ever thing I hate I hate to do the Franko thing but like he's right and he's wrong both right and he's wrong like, yeah. Yes. Like everybody can have a twitter account but I was going to get into this later like so okay, I'm GonNa get into he was invited to give a controversial speech, Contra Vert Man, I've been grinding my teeth in my sleep the past week and my. Tongue is so swollen right now. So whatever speech impediments, I normally have going to be heightened in this episode but. Do this all on tax for the. Exactly, that'd be that'd be. Go cities, stream so controversial speeds, controversal speech at the National Press Club and he arrived with Ann. Coulter's. So that was another funny thing in the book that he's like he was like best friends with an colder. Yeah and he said like she was one of three women to ever go to his house or something yeah yeah. It was a speech just related to what we're talking about and how I'm going to say that he's gotten something's rain something. A little long but says, there's a hunger for unedited information. Absent corporate considerations is the first guy who has made a name for himself on the Internet I've been invited to more and more high tone gathering such as this the last being a conference on Internet and society and some weird word. I couldn't pronounce up at Harvard a week ago and I mentioned this not just blow my own horn. But to make a point, the exalted minds analysts and the audience combined the panelists and Audience Combined Iq exceeds the Dow Jones in appear to have a clue with the Internet's going to do. What we're going to make of it, what we're going to with this is all going to turn into. Glimpses the Internet will be the great equalizer giving voice to anyone with a connection to the information superhighway. We've entered an era vibrating with the dean of small voices. Every citizen can be a reporter can take on powers that be the difference between the Internet television and radio magazines. Newspapers is the two way communication. The net gives us much voiced with thirteen year old computer geek like me is to a CEO or speaker of the House. We all become equal and you'd be amazed with the ordinary guy knows from a little corner and my Hollywood apartment in the company of nothing more than four, eighty, six computer. And my six toed cat I've constantly been able to break big stories. Thanks to this network of ordinary guys and this is something new. This marks the first time that an individual has access to the news wires outside of a newsroom, you get to read all the news from the Associated Press Upi Reuters to the more Arcane Jones france-presse and Shinwa, and there was a time only newsrooms had access to the full picture of these days events. But now any citizen does we get to see the kinds of cuts that are made for all kinds of reasons, endless layers of editors with endless agendas, changing bits of. Gauging bits and pieces. So by the time, the newspaper hits your welcome Mat it had no meaning now with Modem, anyone can follow the world and report on the world no middleman no big brother and I guess this changes everything. But. Everything that's my question no middleman. No. Big Brother. The net gives us much voice to thirteen year old computer geek like me is to a CEO or speaker of the House I call absolute bullshit. It doesn't it doesn't really feel that way. Sometimes, it feels like there's moral shed and there's more censorship and there's more control with every. I wouldn't say necessarily more control the illusion of great freedom in a sense in the sense does create more control. Everything like if you've listened to our previous episodes, we rail about this kind of stuff nonstop. So I'm not going to get into a diatribe about Oh shadow banning, which is a thing de boosting, which is the thing manipulating algorithms, which is a thing like twitter facebook instagram youtube all manipulating stories militia, manipulating the narrative controlling essentially what you can see here and ultimately what you think to one degree or another. While the news is kind of different than like say education right because it goes like this every day right. So it's like if you went to a library, right, they'd have like books in the front books on the shelves books that are visible, and then like maybe in the back, they've got like books that are dusty in a section that nobody goes to a lot but the Internet is kind of like. What what they want you to see is like shoved right in front of your face all the time and the stuff that they don't want you to see is like on the shelves in the back, but it's ten or one hundred times even worse is because like, yes, wall much stuff to sift through. So it's like you open room and dislike papers like falling all over you and like they're not even an order you've got to go through them one by. One. Hundred different books. All is again there's. A curtain hiding the bookshelf to twitter twitter recently banned links the bitch shoot. So there's this whole like so some people listening to this might say like, well, if you don't like youtube or something like that, make your own platform, and if it competes in the marketplace of ideas than people, people will likely to succeed if people want it, they'll go it so. People did that they created bitch you with a Youtube alternative. They're much less censorious they. Have much looser code of conduct as to what you can say and what you can't say, and this site is being kyw bashed by companies like twitter. Only banned posting any links to bitch on their platform. It's crazy. It's absolutely insane. They must be like worried about the competition or something. The oligarchy is like getting together and they're like the spits you they're getting a little too big for their Britches kind of thing. Maybe maybe or maybe they're just trying to control the narrative which a bit shoots is not doing. They're not. They're not controlling anything. It's like what trends is what people are watching. That's it. There's no we want you to think this or we don't want that to be seen. Like Matt Drudge had this view of the news. It'd be like well, what what's what everyone's going to be talking about? They'll be talking about whatever's popular like that's that's what the news is going to be like in the future and he kind of like he kinda like fucked everything up with his ideas on like, oh well, the news doesn't have to be objective like the news who's it fuck that? That's an old school idea like the news, of course, the news can be. Opinionated, like it's supposed to be. All right about whatever I want responsibility to my audience and I was wondering what your take is going to be on that because I remember you saying in previous episodes that. You were a fan of the kind of Walter Cronkite era of like you know like just being factual and like. With the which Matt drudge perspective flies in the face that right I mean he's definitely interesting because I feel like his necessarily dishonest. There's one quote in the thing where he said something like, Hey, look like. Everything I've said like you know I'll get something wrong. But like SODAS SODAS CNN sodas. People with editors like having an editor doesn't stop you from wrong. If I have to take it back, I'll take it back. So like I'm I'm not sure if you take him at his word, it doesn't seem like he's trying to necessarily be dishonest. He's trying to save things from an honest point of view. As far as he thinks, but he definitely has like. He definitely becomes aware of how powerful he is, and he's like, okay like I want people to see this like I wanna push I, WanNa, push the global narrative in this direction. Eyeballs on this. Exactly. So there's all this talk about people in circles that say that he actually helped Barack Obama get elected and helped. actually detracted from Hillary Clinton's campaign consciously because e or saw that Barack Obama being an office would make his website even more popular. Which makes you wonder like? Why he didn't support like. Trump over hillary kind of makes sense for every news organization to do well, because trump has just been. I mean there's talking the book that trump saved the news like news ratings across the board all plummeting, and then as soon as trump went an office, they just skyrocketed everybody's watching the news. Yeah Yeah. So I don't I don't know. It's Kinda Weird 'cause I feel like Hillary would have also skyrocketed the news a lot too especially conservative news. Why would say only conservative news? Yeah. that would be good for him and Kinda bad for his enemies right like I'm surprised she didn't want. Hillary to win because then he's like now I have everyone looking at me and like what's NBC can have like it's going to be so boring for them. You know. So I don't know maybe I don't know. He did he did pretty good with drudge I mean with Trump's oh. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. It's just I was I kept thinking about how interesting his relationship to the Clintons are like he he basically like? Almost destroyed the he did he destroyed the Clinton's reputation that was a huge break like the moment that he became a superstar was breaking the Monica Lewinsky Bill Clinton sexy and like Bill Clinton goes from being this like cool saxophone plan president who's like hip to being like a fucking rapist like yeah and that's the other thing about drudge is that in the book? There's talk about drudge saying like you know what I I really gain my confidence in becoming like a man in the news because I wasn't totally confident myself but then I realized hey, I'm I'm telling the truth I'm I'm telling the truth like more than the president of the United States is like I'm doing a better job like just being a person then the. President United States. But that's not true. This guy's lying about his sex life just as much if not more than the president of the United States this guy's going in all interviews did not have sex with that man I'm not I'm not a homosexual just have sex with men and crews gay clubs and with my boyfriend yeah. Yeah I'm just like engage that clip that. Yes He it's Kinda. Crazy. He goes from like basically destroying the reputation, the Clintons to then the Clintons being like, okay. How can we used drudge report in our favor like during our campaign and their whole war room like the whole Hillary Campaign War Room has like people whose only job is to like talk to Matt drudge out. They decided that he was too powerful to keep as an enemy they had to try to make peace with him. It's unbelievable and they like. I mean I didn't work as well as they want it but it did work out a little bit for them right? Like. The the get the leaks they wanted to him and he did put some of them up. I mean like he must. He also kind of has this kind of paranoia about everything which may be rightfully. So he's fucking with some really powerful people. He's constantly thinking that people from the Clinton cartel are following him plotting against him. He said something like he's going to show up to his car one day with like a kilo coke in the back of his trunk. Waiting from. They're gonNA hide a kilo coke in his truck. And like. I mean. I kind I kind of understand like he. He must like these people must actually eight how They must absolutely fucking feel Clinton must be like his life would be so much better if it wasn't for Matt drudge but he so yeah, I could definitely see that you know five ten years ago maybe even four or five years ago but. Recently. Doesn't really seem anti-establishment. Astonishment I go on I I'm kind of with Tucker Carlson on this. I wouldn't I wouldn't go so far as to say is indistinguishable from from MSNBC but. Like when I log onto the drudge report, it's no different than anywhere else as far as news is concerned like before used to be. Cutting edge original. That, there was fire behind it, and now it's just kind of bland like I, I can't remember the last time. I still go on it out of habit but I can't remember the last time I went on that site and you know my eyes open wide or I got really interested in something. It's always like now it actually, it actually is fitting of his name it's it feels like drug. Yes I was GONNA. Ask You because I've never actually use it the drudge report for any sort news consumption young. So like I couldn't find good examples online of people saying what kind of things are different so like how? Now. Why did write down a couple things Let me just go through my notes here. So like the change. Will, we got matthew the SCIATIC in the chat saying, Hey, guys, I'm the author of this book you're talking about I appreciate your interests. Oh, no way. Not would would you like to come on the show next week? We're going to reach out to you matt. Thanks that was a great book by the way Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I'm shocked I'm shocked that the it hasn't been as popular as it should have been, and that apparently it's so unpopular that you're in the chat on show with seven people. Yeah Yeah. He just responded right on. He's listening now. So Yeah, why don't you I. Don't know I don't know what to say I was alone. I mean I'll try to contact information. Yeah. Well, we've got. We've got YouTube account right here. So. We always messes reach. Yeah for sure. Yeah. All right. So we're asking how a change. For. Change. Yeah. Yeah. Well I don't remember exactly what order I wrote things in but let me just go into something that may just be tangent to Lee related to that. So. James happened around two years into trump's term. Columbia Journalism Review's Dro- drudge seems to be outwardly rooting for trump's downfall. The loaded headlines tell the story. Republican. Criticism of trump mounts. Another headline it took a long time for Republicans to Abandon Nixon another quote Senate likelier to remove trump. Leading the page recently was a photograph of a troubled looking trump over links to a poll showing that fifty two percent of respondents supported his removal from office. One noting that the impeachment process MIRA's Nixon and another asking would trump agreed to quick when trump said that said in late October that the wall was being built in Colorado. skewered him for the GAFF leading leaving his page with a map of the south southwest United States So I collected a couple more headlines. Here's one trump vowed to shrink the trade gap. It keeps growing number one manufacturer struggling rustbelt another one. Testifies he raised concerns about you can't you can't Ukraine and trump another one trump assumes Obama's mantle as the king of debt. Though these are not like like. Praiseworthy Headlines These are obviously putting negative light on trump. We've got tweet from conservative radio host joepags Bluer don't. Remember to pronounce his last name scared to talk radio hosts tweets. Does anyone know what real? Donald Trump did the drudge to cause them to go from great news aggregate or provider to anti-trump number one what Gibbs we've got. Dan Bongino from Fox News reading drudge has abandoned you. We never will and yeah a lot of commentators are calling liberal now. We've got that Tucker, Carlson bid on the docket as well. But. So that I gave you a couple of headlines there. Is. So it's a news aggregate, right? It's a wall of text and is far as like pick I can. So I picked out a couple ones like highlighting trump, and if you go back obviously just imagine what Praiseworthy Headlines would-be They were like that. Now they're like this. It's more of a sense that you get. When you log on the page. When you see the wall text, you see the stories are being because that's what he does. Right he frames the narrative. So it's this overall picture that you're getting on the screen and as far as like. Scrubbing to you exactly what the change was. It's very difficult for me to do that but I feel vindicated in that all these other people are noticing as well. Yeah it's like absolutely all over read. It right now is everyone's talking about how drudge left wing or then like yeah and like the number one thing people are saying like, Oh, well, Matt drudge suddenly concerned about facts and being honest he must be left wing like fucking Republican idiots so fucked stupid. He was I guess. One of the things that we're talking about a lot is he's like been highlighting Kovic stuff a lot and how trump has really been kind of like gasping over and over again on Cova did. So, we could get into that a bit like what gaps do you think he made while he just had like a pretty terrible interview with that young Australia and guy where it looks like a complete fucking idiot and like you know because I haven't. Got An argument the other day with someone and just show me the major gap. So the the biggest one seems to be trump said. Trump said. You look at kids kids are almost immune to this like that's like the biggest staff I made that he said something like one hundred thousand people have died or something, and he's like Ed is what it is and. It was not like that it was not like that he was like he's like we're doing pretty good. He's like you look at the debts. Compared to the amount of cases in the USA compared to the deaths compared to the amount of cases and other countries we're now. Wait a degree. He's like flip stumbling through pages and stuff he's like. Okay I didn't see the. East got like actual. He's like look at this one and he's like, yeah, what am I looking at okay. There might have been a different effect with the visual I just heard the audio. Guys face the Gus Guy Guys Interviewing East like Louisiana Mike You fucking stupid like he's looking at the president of the United States like as an idiot it's very light demeaning and very like it just not good optics for Donald Trump at all. he doesn't come across as like well prepared. He doesn't come across as like normally. Normally. Very good speaker off the cost to be honest Donald Trump Like. He dominates that kind of like off book thinking on his feet. Kind of like making fun of people putting people down like beings being funny like smiling and stuff he really is a magnanimous speaker. Off Walk, you know that's what got him elected and it just I don't know I just had a bad day I guess and like. That's you know apart from that like the media's just lambasting him because the US has the highest number of deaths in the highest number of cases It seems like every day. Like. People out on the beach like having parties in the states and like not social distancing people are refusing to wear masks and like it's Not, all these things are Donald. Trump's fault obviously but like the media's have framed that I mean we covered eating covered it on the last episode like the Herman Cain Story Herman Cain dying that story blew up because it was a chance that Shit on Donald Trump. Because he had recently attended a donald trump rally which was. Health officials recommended against in didn't wear masks. So. What do you think than? What do you think the shift is because like the author of this book I saw him in some interviews and he was basically saying like. He cares most about what's good for the website and he and the author thinks that. He Matthew Drudge is kind of like. Adding that this is the end for trump and he's kind of turning with the tide because he's thinking about what's next for the drudge report and like who is audience is going to be in how to how to generate enough eyeballs not. But so are you saying you think that his audience? Is Potentially anti-trump in because he's thinking of his audience, is that we're? More. Expand on e Yeah I mean it seems like the way the way the author framed it in an interview was something like. he people think that he has political alliances and he doesn't is only only to his website like the only thinks about the bottom line, the website and so. I guess he just foresees a future where trump is no longer a viable thing support. If you WANNA get attention and you want to be taken seriously as a news agressor. Maybe on him to expand more on. Yeah. Yeah. I mean economy sense like if you look at something like read it and how big red its reach US become how many people go to read it for news I mean this this website is fucking enormous it's also like I think completely unprofitable but. It really is like amazing. How many people read it and like how much conversations? Yeah. I think that's what makes also drudge report or Matt Drudge net worth so much more impressive. Is that like I like there are like those little tiny Google ad sense Google ads like ads like on one little corner like. No advertising going on this website. and. Able to make that much money I. The the ads I see are like. For Amazon, Amazon is advertising on the drudge report. Yeah. It's like an it's like who the fuck hasn't heard of. Amazon I didn't even know Amazon needed to advertise for anything. It's crazy. It's fucking crazy like it'll just be. You'll be scrolling on your phone and be like a little banner that says like Amazon Dot Com you buy stuff you're at tried out while I mean, there's a whole lot of marketing theory behind that and You know how that how that actually increased Amazon's money. But yeah, we we won't get too much in. Yes. So I find it really interesting how he like basically built this fucking empire by himself and he doesn't answer anybody have to pay and it's like a one man empire. Yeah. It's a one man empire. So like he's making like I guess how long has it been operating for twenty five years something thirty. Years Melinda and and. You know he's a mass like a hundred and fifty million dollars something like that. Hundred over one, hundred, million, his net worth is that so like he's made a lot more money than that presumably I don't know. But yeah, he's made a lot of is the point. Yeah and he's paying he's paying like his top guy is giving him like a couple thousand dollars. Yeah Breitbart your. Yes Oh just like. He's in he's in the crossfire or something Tucker Carlson and Matt Chris Chris as I think it is. A while back, he was a gross in. Like Tucker's like how much money you make. He's like well, I made more than both of you guys have. Like what and he's like, he's like, Oh, I don't have to pay for lighting up to pay for sound I don't pay for microphones to pay for like anything I just fuck it on the internet and collecting the cash. He said he was getting close to seven digits or some. Seventy. Goodness. Oh my goodness, and this was this was like twenty years ago. Yeah I. I read a report from a couple years ago that he was like making a million a year on the drudge. report. Yeah. Yup, presumably, the website it's gotTa be worth more than that, right? and. It's kind of weird though like it's not like he can sell it. It's not like. It's not like an asset that he can sell off. Yeah. Well, they said in the book that some like a sports team owner offered them not as much as I think one hundred and fifty million dollars website. Maybe I'm getting that number wrong but it wasn't as high as I thought it would be maybe it was actually even less than that. But, yeah I would think the website would be worth a lot. Do you want to get into his relationship with. A Kushner and trump campaign more. Yeah Yeah Yeah Go. Well that was really fascinating to me so. Jared Kushner. Donald Trump's son-in-law very important guy in the administration. was set to have an instant pipeline pipeline to drudge and trump dravid gravitated toward Kushner, because of his proximity to power right and. Inside the trump campaign, there was a nickname for drudge. The nickname was lady drudge because drudge were said to have a man crush on Kushner which I mean as a homosexual this is this is a this is a crush. This is not the. Broke rushes crush. So anytime, anything positive happened about Kushner, Bradford postal link with a flattering picture. It wasn't uncommon for Kushner to walk into rooms and being like I just got off the phone with drudge and this. Really Weird. He's a he's a famous recluse and Kushner's really close with this Guy Kushner and drudge wanted Steve Bannon out of the White House after the election and and drives me sent to be working behind the scenes to make it happen working alongside Kushner to get bannon out of office and it happened Bannon got kicked office yeah and Bannon was like fee probably the next most powerful media guy besides strike and then he got booted from Breitbart he got totally fucked. And it's like. He's like a no. I wouldn't say he's a nobody now but like what what's he doing now I briefly wikipedia them before the show on the doesn't look like there's anything interesting on. It's unbelievable. It's unbelievable. This guy this guy's sitting in front of a computer God knows where he's just wielding this kind of power. He just makes like some phone calls and he's like, yeah yeah like I want this guy fucking pitcher let's what are we going to deal and I like that was one of the things that was so like. Enthralling about the book for me just like knowing all these names. And all these politicians and seeing how they're all kind of woven together in some way to Matt Drudge Chapter Thirty, one of the White House. It felt like vengeance movie or something it's like it's it's election night we've got bannon. Kushner standing on terrace being like Oh fuck Phone, with Drudge Sean Hannity on the phone with trump he's bad news drudge calls trump no you're gonna win and it's just like. Those. Captain America Ragtag. Commentators and politicians. Yeah and they're trying to do the impossible right and they do indeed it. Yeah. It's really the book really frames it kind of like this and that's that's another. Thriller Thing Yeah Yeah, it was. It was definitely a good read especially especially around that time like towards the end of the book like I was really into it. But like band both Bannon Kushner are looking at the exit polls on election night and they're like Oh shit. This is not looking good and dredges like you morons guys are GonNa win and and and shot Sean. Hannity is on the phone with trump and he was like listen we're trying to figure out like who's going to break the bad news. Don't what are we going to do and then drudge trump and he's like trump you're gonna win you win. Yeah. It's like it's got that clairvoyance into the future just like he just fuck in any. The author said that about him to like. Whenever people criticize him. He's like, yeah whatever they're idiots. They don't know what the fuck talking about. Yeah, yeah. Yeah Yeah he's always right. I mean for years and years and years it seems like he's just always right. What did you think about like left wing Left wing people politically and what they say about drudge 'cause they go after him pretty hard like, Oh, you seem like fucking idiot there were protests to ban drudge like they wanted the FCC to I mean they talk about that in the book like people, holding? Up. placards. Drugs or whatever. Acts of lawsuits every day in the mail. Oh, really I like. Yeah. Like he goes through his apartment in just opens up like a stack lawsuits, throw them on the counter and he's like, yeah, that's that's every day for me. It's it's so crazy. Yeah. What do I think about that? I mean the same thing I think regularly these days it's just like what the fuck is happening like how? How could could Matt Drudge? How can people being like? Be like take this guy off Internet silence this guy I don't know what do you think about it? Also. The first time somebody actually showed me the drudge report they were like, Hey, come see this. This is like I can't for the from the air at and I was like Oh they looks Kinda cool actually, and he's like what's and I was like what is that? He's like this is the drudge report you've never heard of the drudge report it's like far right conspiracy theory like news and it's just on this like nineties looking Gio city. Shitty fucking webpage I was just looking at the headlines like I mean it looks kind of Cool I. Guess like. How long does this maybe like six seven years ago before trump got elected and then I- oddly enough remember thinking like read. It looks like this like read it completely copied the style of of text based information sharing like old school looking stuff. Read I mean read it's a little slicker now but like read, it basically looked like. It's The other thing that I find like how read it kind of mirrors drudge report it's red is everybody and and and drudge report like now. Fuck everybody it's just me like these are my opinions bug. What everyone thinks there's no common section. There's no like dislike there's no like he doesn't give a fuck and then read it's there forever and drudge report like wiped everyday clean and like starts fresh like it's it's very like. Yin Yang with read it and left wing right wing. I mean, that's that's always been. One of the cool things about drawer to is like you know you kinda constantly refreshing like you can go back and five minutes totally different headline till the only differently story at the top of the page. Though, yeah it it definitely promotes addiction like that. And there's no, there's no record of the old stories or is it just like? There have been some analysts that. A. Lot of the stories and links. Posted on drudge report but no, I, mean, he doesn't he doesn't. Maybe privacy unless there's some way back machine that just watches the drudge report all day and like records it. Yeah. Like I said, I mean, they did talk about talk about it towards the end of the book to. that. There were some analysts that were collect. I don't know too much. It's fuck. It's unreal. Man The God the Hoyas guys unreal. and. So I guess like I guess like we'll have to kind of wait and see what happens. Now you know we're in the election cycle we're GONNA see what happens with the election. We're GONNA see how far he pushes against trump that's the other thing. So election democracy. We we think about democracy one, man one, vote one person one vote and. We all have say. If re people if Rush Limbaugh Matt Drudge and and Steve? Bannon. If even just one of those people didn't. But definitely, if all three didn't support trump. Trump wouldn't have gotten elected. Yeah. It's unbelievably. And not just trump like like these guys stopped Hillary Clinton from being beating Barack Obama like Hillary Clinton was like the most famous politician on the fucking planted and Barack Obama was some nobody senator. Yeah. The time. I mean. Like. Unbelievable unfunny believable. So it's like, Hey, you get a vote and I get a vote but like Matt drudge gets like a million votes. Judge is a puppet strings attached to vote. Yes. Yeah I guess he kind of does because he he will decide like what everyone's going to be talking about in the news for the next week right? so He's just like. His fucking crazy man so like. What was that story he spiked from like was it the Clinton scandal I guess where he's like reporting on it like Newsweek spiked the story so that it wouldn't be a big deal right and then so like he made news that like the powers that be didn't WanNa be news no fuck fuck that this is going to be news and like made like he decides what the news companies have to talk about and they don't have a choice in the matter you know what I mean. They're playing catchup all the time. Yeah I mean. Well, when he links to a site, the traffic goes way up. I had some stats on that. It was something like twenty, five percent of AP's web traffic was driven by Matt drudge. He he's a huge driver of traffic to anybody who links to. It's kind of dying off a little and talk about that towards the end of the book that with twitter. And other social. Media. Report isn't as powerful as a as a news aggregate and driving traffic is is it has historically been Yeah. Was a pretty big deal getting getting linked by drudge. report. Linking some guys book and the. Web Server went down death they gave him. A DDS attack but not on. A of a positive attention or at least attention. Yeah. Unbelievable. S. where do you think do you think he's just going to go left last laugh laugh because you were saying I think he's putting like black lives matter in a favorable light. Now he did do that I don't remember the exact headlines that I was referring to you but I remember talking about I was. Absolutely shocked by that. And it seems like no one knows why. So there's there's a there's a bunch of theories as to why he's been making this change though one of the theories I saw online. Actually. An article. I don't remember who wrote it but. There is no border wall funding. So there was a banner headline that slammed trump for building no new wall at all was the headline. So not fulfilling his campaign promises stuff and that's what actually Andrea Nicotiana instead Cha I was just GonNa. Yes. He said that earlier and he was also mentioning like ties to Israel. So the not not to follow through with campaign promises doesn't really make any sense to me considering like again I don't go so far say it's indistinguishable from Msnbc but it certainly swung. Much further to the left than it's ever ever been before So it doesn't seem like he's concerned with the kind of conservative. Right wing things that trump didn't fulfill because doesn't seem to be whereas head is at or at least where he's been moving the drudge report to though as far as like trump not main- maintain campaign promises that be motivation for the change the shift I I don't think that's the case. I'm surprised there isn't a conspiracy theory that like the Clintons had killed and they just replaced him because he. was like, how would? I haven't heard that. Yeah. That's a good one. Yeah. Like I'm really surprised it's not like a cue non fucking thing right now. The like the Clintons are getting their final revenge now and they're gonNA put. I don't know I want to know what Alex Jones has to say about trump these days because rather drudge because. Drudge, like was one of the only guys in the sphere of mainstream who was treating Info wars and Alex Jones positively they would. drudge would regularly link to info wars. Articles? Famously Twenty fifteen. He gave one of his very few interviews to Alex Jones on the Alex. Jones. Show. Actually, we could pull that up. We just like maybe show that you WANNA. Do you WanNa talk about? So like nicotine abruptly connections to Israel. Or anything I don't know anything about that he is Jewish. But Yeah I don't know anything about any kind of connect. Well Yeah. He's he's Jewish Andrew, Breitbart Jewish and a lot of these people. You a lot of these people who run the media consumer liberally Jewish, but it doesn't seem to me like trump is against Israel or against Jewish people all like if anything's the opposite, I'll be Eso like it. If that's his trump support. Israel is way higher than it is in the United States? So it seems like if he's a big pro Israel guy, he should be pro trump. and. I I. Mean I. Don't know enough about Matt. Drudge to know is he was he like anti-israel was in his In his news aggregates I have not picked up anything either way. Like I, I don't have any. Is. The think he particularly cares that much about Israel. So. I don't know I don't know I just kind of like I feel like we're just on the tip of something like something's GonNa Happen Yeah and I just like waiting to see what it is. You know I read this book and I was like Oh my God like I don't never heard about this guy and then I was like. Immediately like every day on the drudge report what's going on what's going on what's going on like this is GonNa? This is gonNA matter in the future but I don't know why I don't know I don't know what he's doing. This is going to be really important. I'm not. I'm not sure maybe I mean there's so there's some more theories about what's going on here. So there's another theory that. Matt drudge. Has Been Best friends with Ann Coulter and Coulter and Donald Trump got into a huge feud. On played, it's played out on twitter. And they said some nasty stuff to each other and now marriage as a personal vendetta in this because that's my only friend. That's the only woman ever been to my house. This doesn't really make sense to me either I mean, first of all a bit petty, I think guys with that much power aren't so while maybe they are but. I. Believe reading the book. An coulter hasn't really even talked to Matt drudge like in years like they're not keeping in touch anymore either. So the Ann Coulter Theory of why the shift has happened doesn't make too much sense to me. Now the other theory is this kind of crushes on Kushner. Kushner is kind of like. To trump's Yang, in the office, right like they're kind of pulling in different directions or at least that's the way they make it appear publicly. Kushner's one of his big controversy contributions to the the White House has been the. Prison reform or criminal justice reform right? So, this is like this was like a boon to the left this was. You know. Like reaching out in a serious legislative way to black voters. And this is not the type of stuff that trump campaigned on. In fact, it's the exact opposite of the trump campaign on though Kushner. Is kind of like very the opposite of trump, and maybe there's stuff going on behind the scenes with Kushner and maybe that behind the scenes stuff has something to do with why drudge has shifted on from. I don't know anything about we have this behind the scenes stuff the anything to say about that one. Did, you want to show the Alex Jones Interview Yeah we could I just wanted to into the last theory, which is a theory that I am most sympathetic to, which is theory that I came up with, which is because we're talking about that's why did it because we're talking about it he did it because it was going to attract attention because it was going to track is because there was going to. Bring. His or like boast drudge reports notoriety. Boost. I mean I think the like I think author name I say that. Lace. Lycene? LYCEUM Matthew. I, think he might say something similar to that. Yeah Guess I guess I guess is you said theory earlier and Yeah I didn't really connect with how you're saying it but I guess I just said that in a different way, right? Yeah, it just seems like the book made it seemed like. He just cares about his website like gets his baby. It's everything. It's this whole life right and it's just like the success of this basically defines them. Yeah. It's. It's it's. But in that sense, it's Kinda cold in just about numbers like it's not really about the content of the message it's about driving traffic at that point if that's if that's the case if that's what he's doing if he's turning on trump four numbers like. Maybe. He said. I. Mean. at. The point and supporting trump at this point like you're not. You know the winning and we've talked about this before the wind is not blowing his favourite doesn't seem like he has a chance unless something changes soon he's GonNa lose the election or unless like the polls are all really wanting to buy like you look at the betting odds right now and yes, odds are on Biden but it's not crazy. It's not like you know. It's I. Think it's something like forty five cents on the dollar for trump and fifty five cents on the dollar for her biding rate. So it's not like seventy thirty still it's still pretty close. Within, where it was when he was against Hillary at times and some of the some of the same phenomenon are still in play right now right we talked about it in previous episodes the term that I hate. But the meaning that is relevant the shy trump voter right the person who is pulled and says, they're not voting for trump when they actually are voting for trump because they they shame to say it or they're scared to say it. Then, you've got the underrepresentation of. Right wing voters in the polls themselves on some of the polls. Yes. So he doesn't it seems like trump doesn't have the like my offices anymore and the Steve Bannon's anymore. But he does have like the Ben Shapiro is the Steven crowder's at length shift more central. Yeah. The people who are voting for Ted Cruz before are no voting for trump type. Yeah. Yeah and it's like like Ben Shapiro was like Oh I. I. Voted Down Ticket in the election Mike I couldn't bring myself over trump and he's like is a nonstop supporter of Donald Trump now. All kinds of like change their tune and it's kind of like is that better or worse? I feel like it's better to have like the mainstream right supporting you I feel like it's nice to have excitement energy and. A more wild wildness to it rather than the Tame Center. You know you want you want. More like underdog vibe and not not like an underdog that you're like lowering the is but an underdog like, no, you could never do it. No what. Do. You know what I'm saying. Do you know what I'm saying? Clearly Early you WANNA have like a bunch like, okay. Less fans but louder fan you. Want. You want the guys like in the basements, making awesome memes and dislike cackling all day about their means making memes about you know you don't want them being like fucked trump I don't like this guy. Yeah. Yeah I mean it feels like it feels like a lot of people are fucking frustrated with them all like there's no, there's no fucking wall and like. They're like, what? What's he brought to the table that he promised you know what I mean lower taxes, lower taxes and like. You know the far right. Who doesn't like Israel. WHO's like? How could you not say is a shell for Israel like yeah. So like you've lost that demographic the people who were I thought you were going to bring back jobs now they like there's no jobs now and like he hasn't really done anything to to stop that he hasn't really done anything to stop automation he hasn't really done anything to like stop like the flow of illegals going into anywhere It just seems to be like. People like AFC are just like dominating him all the time I mean. A guy driving by. Okay. Yeah, north. Maize we may as well at some point we should play this. Alex Jones drudge clip because. The audience should get a chance to actually hear Matt drudge own words. So, let's pull that up now. Let me. We're going to start playing at the link I sent you. Started four fifty three and we're going to start playing at four fifty three right now But this is the king of being able to push the story out and make it the number one story in the world. Even admit that New York Times that he has more readers on politics and news than facebook the New York Times and The Washington Post La Times put together. He's got some of our stories were the shooter himself said he was on a bunch of drugs. He's linked to that today and that's the story they don't want out there or the story. We're CNN took a mixed racial Christian hater and turned him into a right wing white supremacist and turning white. They don't want people knowing that. But Matt drudge and his great crew can link to alternative stories, foreign stories, mainstream stories, photos, mugshots, and really focused on what Matt drudge thinks is interesting and the public tends to agree with him that what he focuses in on is really catching the Zeitgeist the pulse of the people so he might have fifty links every day a lot more outshone talking before. Coming soon, ethic that is the true David vs Goliath Story and she is not scripted i. have no idea where I should go Matt Drudge I guess you're here for ACL or why are you in Austin Texas? while. You were just talking about facebook and thanks again for having me here. I'm. Not On facebook. I don't do the socials. I've got that little twitter thing. Even that's kind of disgusting. You know I've been doing the Internet as long as you've been doing this radio show Alex literally every day as you have literally every day practically I think you've taken a little more time off I have actually yes. I've kind of I can't say that about many people because you are a without here. And I'll tell you I was there before facebook I was there for before CNN dot com I was there before. Mostly. All of them. I have a very clear perception what the Internet is. In my mind I'm free I'm not defined by what they say the Internet is. Meaning Goldman Sachs meaning who they invest in for the latest startup, meaning the latest buzzfeed or salon or Gawker all well, gawkers more independent but there's a lot of corporate makeover of the Internet that I have not adapted to simply put. I'm friends with some of them when I go to New York, the Sixth Avenue Rounds But. I am not a part of that system. I am a free thinker I'm an American. I'm very concerned. With what's happening? So I just give him my all I've learned how to take care of myself and detached from outcomes. Because otherwise. You can't survive and I don't know where you are on that topic. That's just follow my instinct because they always tell us how to to be successful but really we're just adapting to their mindset. I don't know you don't I have remained completely independent from all of them. All of them I am not influenced by any of them. I need no traffic from Google. I don't care if I get. Traffic refer referral from Google or bing. who or any of these others? It's always been that way. Now. If you think of that set up how rare that is because everybody's so hungry for referrals for likes. I don't need to be liked I don't need to be liked at all I. don't care if there's a button right there at the top of drudge thing like or dislike sums up them doesn't mean anything. Now, I hope that you come. Doesn't mean you necessarily have to like what I have up there Now, where I've had a lot of successes I'm getting people from both sides of the aisle. They've always said always a right-wing gossip monger mainly because of Lewinsky, in those years, which by the way are back. Why are we seeing Hillary's lovers? Excuse me why aren't we saying Hillary's lovers good question. Where's the cover up on this? Cover up a map that are suppressed daily basis we can cut. So that's what I try to do every morning. And we incredible. Well, it's amazing to have you here in. A. Yeah, where are the hill? Why don't we hearing about these lovers of Hillary Clinton? You have you heard because? I. Used to I. was just telling nicotine in chat actually I think I saw this live I used to fall asleep dogs Jones not that not that I like to listen to allowed I o saying earlier in the show like I listened to. You know I was always watching. I was watching the feed having to post watching the drudge report I. Really Like Conspiracy Theories listening to like debates and stuff on Youtube and Alex. Jones was just always something off the wall that you can just drift away like on a fantastic journey. So used to fall asleep doing saw this live and Another cool thing in the book just to have this kind of moment replayed in the book and be like, wow i. feel like a small part of that myself. But I don't know where I was going with. This law I just lost. Our Hillary's. Hillary's lovely. So you're aware that conspiracy theory right or not considering. A life anyone that loves Hillary Clinton. So. There's there's a lot of talk in conspiracy theory type channels that. Visa Lesbian, and that's why she had no problem with like bill. Clinton's like extramarital affairs and everything is because they were never really in it for they were just in political power. There are political power couple that had no romantic interest in each other because Bill Clinton likes to sleep with you know twenty-three-year-old Aids and Hillary Clinton is a lesbian. It definitely like Their marriage publicly like this doesn't look like there's a lot of love between the height it like. It. Office when you start thinking She really does look dress and kind of. Say there are trends of how. Lesbians Act but. If there were trends you might be able to say that she acts like a lesbian. Yeah I mean. I don't know. It seems like it seems like if she were lesbian, it seems like time to come out with A. While she was running against trump. Yeah I mean I. Don't think that that would play over. So I, don't know I. Don't I don't think that would win you the election I've been married to this man for years and I'm actually a lesbian I don't think that's going to play over well with a lot of the American public. Kevin Spacey off a fucking Rape Charge by coming out like it's a good move i. don't think you really got off I. Think I. Think there's a lot of people that think he won't be in blockbuster again because of that. I mean he should be in fucking cellblock. Me and he's just walking around like nothing happened I. Think it's a pretty good move Jay. No No. I'm a winning I mean maybe maybe to get like maybe became the Hillary Clinton rape someone all I'm Elizabeth. On the Ellen show dance. Yes. Ellen show in they're just dancing together. Everyone would attract clicks. It would probably probably make a bigger celebrity than she already is but I don't think they would do amount to her winning the presidency. I mean, she was so close like anything could tip the scales like any little thing that went twenty twenty hindsight they thought she was going to win like she was tweeting out like. Happy Birthday to this future President and showing pictures of herself. SOPA. Sweet. Is Evergreen Evergreen tweet. Dear. Dear, dear, dear dear dear. I know. So it's Kinda crazy like I don't know if you're looking at a headline that they were showing on that. Biden floats VP. It's like that could be headline today. Yeah. Yeah. It's so weird. It's like nothing's changed. When was this interview was at since October Fifteenth. Twenty Fifteen Okay. Kid I. It's just so interesting like this guy is so on the French right like he gives his only big interview to Fuck Alex Jones like you know like he could be giving that interview to anybody wanted. Such a weird guys such fucking weird guy and for the for the audio audience, he actually refused to be on camera during that interview stating that he had has had his picture taken in eight years at that point. In the book I heard the author of this book saying something like all the pictures they use Matt drudge like a decade old Yeah I. Yes and then they. Said in the book that actually his health has deteriorated deteriorated somewhat. His spine is now curved. He's got body pains. Just. Sitting in front of a computer screen for so long he's got the kind of like Howard Hughes mystique about him like you just think of with long fingernails on like a beer too long hair and like. You know like just getting food delivered his house all day. Any he's got some weird like Russian lady outside who to the collects ranch from him and like even that like he's such an eccentric recluse. Like he gave this kind of like one interviewed Alex, Jones on Info on. Only interview gives an years we should have invited by him on our show. I would like like it seems like nobody even knows how to get a hold of them. So the guy the guy wrote this book like it's an unauthorized biography. Permission Right this and it's really quite phenomenon. I'm very curious to know how long it took him to write this book and like how he went about doing all the research because he's basically seems like chasing a fucking ghost. And you know he said he had to interview two hundred different people for the book It's a tremendous amount of time. It must've taken a tremendous amount of conversation and he sews everything together. Really really well like. I would recommend this book like violet a five totally worth reading totally relevant and I can't lead. It hadn't been written before. Yeah. Yeah. Well, like I can't believe it wasn't written like. You know after trump got elected right after he got elected. or or or five years before that like this guy is. After the Bill Clinton Lewinsky. Scandal. It's just like. Oh my goodness. This guy's this guy's been. So central to the news and no news never talks about him. Yeah. Well, I mean they do they do but the not to the extent that you would think they should. Just. Think about like how much attention like Steve Bannon got from left and right? You Know Yeah Yeah. Yeah like he he's like. He's outshining Andrew Breitbart. Right, and then Andrew Breitbart is shining this guy like somebody like like how much tension someone like Milo Yiannopoulos God like this yeah and he and mile novels of us like. Nothing compared to mattress like absolutely fucking nothing. I mean we're like, even let's say an culture or like Tucker. Carlson. Like they're in the news all day everyday people talk about them nonstop and they are like this guy they're like he's like that band that all the bands listen to join. US The melons? As the Melvin and he also like that was another thing in the box that I found interesting like he's got this kind of Paul's on the on the music scene where he lives all time. Yeah. That because so in twenty seventeen. This this was awesome. He really his a spotify playlist on or I think it was items playlist on twitter. Yeah. That was that was I had heard of Lil peep and I knew that there was a buzz about lil peep but the first time I ever heard little peep was off of Matt Drudge playlist. Awful. He's old man like listening to you know soundcloud rappers before their big and he's there was like an interview or like it was a guy that they were talking to the authors talking to they're saying like. He's driving or he's showing this radio station and he saying like all this is somebody who drives around in a van and broadcast pirate radio station like. Such a hipster he's such a fucking hipster. It's so crazy how he's like stays. He's basically at the cutting edge of fresh and like the cutting edge of cool. What he's some old fucking Internet nerd. Middle aged wait like wait are those things not one in the same? Liming you'd normally associated this kind of behavior with like young hip. People I guess maybe when you're gay, you're just go forever I don't. Like well, yeah like you know it's just so weird his peers. Yes. So few of them I guess his peers don't seem cool like this at all you know. Like Steve Bannon Andrew Breitbart don't seem like us. Oh, definitely, not no. Yeah. Anchorages I like this. In Coulter might be somewhat more into that like I could see how they would be friends at level. Fashionable Lady. Walk Fats Fascist. Lady. Fashion fashion. She's Fascia. She's in Fash. Odd just going over like I'm just. Got Pages and pages of notes, and there was like a couple of things because every episode I'm a talk I forgot to bring up that. But when we're talking about perhaps like Reg perhaps he's shale perhaps like this is all. You know. Rod for clicks and it's like well, no, he actually really did have these beliefs an genuinely supported trump. There's there's another thing about his support for trump like this is mutually beneficial like the two thousand sixteen elections like also skyrocketed the drudge report. Brought into second place on similar Web's top US media publisher rankings though like. Support for trump could also be seen as. Like. If we're looking if we were to look through his lack of support for trump being about numbers and being about attracting attention to the drudge report, his support for trump could have been said to be the same thing. Yeah Yeah it seems like. It seems like he kind of. Leads the pack like he goes where the wind is blowing, but he leads the pack there in all he goes there i. saw. I don't know I. I would say more he's a creator of wind. Yeah maybe. Well. I. Don't know I just you'll rakes wind. Arable I'm turning into bed. Yeah, I, don't know I don't know. I don't know what to say like I don't know where to go I. Feel. Like we're like we're like towards the end like I don't have a whole lot more to say I think Do you have anything more to say about the book like we covered? I mean we could go to the Tucker Carlson bid but we have played it in a previous episode and I'm not sure it's Kinda just rehashing things that we've already said. I feel like I feel like we're kind of ahead of time on this book. You know like it just came out I feel like if something happens in the news I, think this will get picked up and be huge and as we get closer to the election especially, if like if Matt drudge has something to do like wins another election and Matt drudge something to do with it I think a lot of people be looking at this book to be like pay what the flex on like how did this happen? You know what I mean out of the savvy. Again. so I think it will depend i. it will depend but such an interesting book I'm really surprised. It's not like skyrocketing number one it seems like it's almost being suppressed to be honest. It makes no sense to me how poorly. MAKES NO SENSE But I another another thing that I forgot to mention when we're talking about bannon and his relationship with. With drudge though. Okay. So Bannon was a feared figure at Breitbart He was like, no one for pounding his fist on the desk. When he was angry, he would wake wake staffers up in the early morning with furious phone calls. And he was desperate to show that Breitbart Dot Com who is now the chief executive of? That the survival of Breitbart, dot com, not depend on the drudge report and because drudge report. Andrew, we talk about how Andrew Breitbart Breitbart, was part of the drudge report and Bridgeport then began you know forwarding or rather posting a lot links for Breitbart, and you know Breitbart was to some degree relying on traffic coming from the DRUDGE. report. Infancy. It was like twenty five percent of traffic or something. Yeah. Exactly and you know Steve. Bannon dislike wanted to declare independence and. He would walk around the office screaming I own drudge I control drudge, and so an staffers would like leak would bring this up with. Right. Right. So this got through to Matt drudge. They'd like this is the type of shit that banner was saying and look what happened to Ben in the long run. As like the fucking he's that guy in game of thrones that weird ball dude who's like the king of whispers these little birds everywhere I only saw the first two seasons. Why it's just like in the shadows like wringing his hands and like bring me the information might. This is turned into an anti-semitic podcast you're talking about. Right. Jewish. Yeah but. We got our rainbow a rainbow starved David on the gifts they were very young. Pro Israel. So don't worry. Don't worry you to the podcast listeners. You gotta tune in to the Youtube channel because we got this little slot machine that plays all these different gifts and they're they're it's it's it's very nice feature. On fire today, tail either way literally. So I think I think we've wrapped up our coverage of the book the Drudge Revolution Matthew Jack anything else final words. I mean, I'm just GONNA go quickly through the chats Andre Nicotine saying he used to be a huge fan of the show of of the. Talking about Info wars used to be a huge fan of info wars but since two thousand fifteen las interests conspiracy content doesn't interest me as well in forces downhill after two, thousand fifteen. content got less conspiratorial interesting. It's almost Tornado Branch Fox News Alex Jones us to claim politics was false left right paradigm. Yeah. Yeah. I kind of agree with that Alex it's kind of amazing that Alex Jones got banned now and not like ten years ago when he was so much more controversial than he is now yeah. Well, and by the way under nicotine, you've probably already seen this. But if you been a fan of Alex, Jones just YouTube Alex Jones folk song and it should be the number one results. Funny I this today actually listened to. Play was lot. It's nice. It's a nice loan. Yes? Oh. He also says drudges content seems to garden less conspiratorial as well. good points earlier on twitter banning bitchy links. It seems tech companies trying to suppress the competition. Yeah, I mean it's something we talk about all the time here. Right? It's this kind of like. The Internet is having more and more controlled that I. Don't know I. Don't know if it's about the competition I think I very well could be. But my like more conspiratorial mind is going towards like it's it's not about the president competition it's about being in control of the narrative. While, I mean it's with right they go hand in hand. Yeah but the motivation. The moat like it's it's you know you. You you're you could. You could be running from the cops or could be up for the job you're doing the same thing, but there's a totally different thing happening you know. I mean I will say this. So like I don't know I'm not a big tech guy. How the Internet works, but I do know like. I fucking hate Youtube Right now like actually Hayden I cannot find things I like that are not diy projects for me like working. That's that's that's the main use for now me. Yeah, and so like I'll go on bitch shoot and be like hard men. This looks great. This looks so interesting and it just won't load and it just like it's so slow and I don't know if it's yeah. In the world maybe I haven't had any problems ever. Oh, my God like it'll take like minutes like full minutes to like load some things like watch, and then like it stops in streaming premium. Don't really Internet like ten years. Maybe a little loading time. Yeah. I mean the upload process is it and now you. Upload episode to like I, don't understand like do they not have the money is like my isp that's like not giving them preference the framework like what's going on in the code is totally different, right? Like it's decentralized like they're not actually hosting. Exactly so I mean as far as I'm sure that something to do with how it works and I know people are working behind the scenes to make things better and they're planning on doing streaming on shoot essentially, they've been planning for a while I don't know win they're finally going to roll. Watching things don't have enough people actively watching it or something maybe maybe. Watching win give me an example. I'll just go in whatever pops up so like you know atheism is unstoppable like his all of his stuff was on Bitchy it would get taken off of Youtube Yeah. So he got he got he got banned from Youtube permanently to now he's on Gavin Mackenzie Censor Dot TV. Yes so he puts up like ten minutes of every show on bitch you'd. Trying to see if I wanted to like I was actually thinking about paying for. Sensor. TV. The idea of giving Gavin McKenna's anymore money. Like to fuck it founded vice magazine like you're okay you're fine I know he didn't walk away with all the cash from that. But like he seemed clearly apparently, he's brought in a lot of money from a the eighties stoppable to well like I would rather support atheism stoppable at rather the money goes straight to that guy. He's putting out good content. One of his first bands from Youtube. I felt bad. This was years ago I felt bad and actually I bought a sticker from his merged shop I still have it. Yeah. Yeah. I. Mean Like I wish you could just kind of like. Sam Harris and be like, yeah I'll buy you like a cup of coffee every month or something. Or put a free auction because so many people at that point we'll be guilted into actually paying for something if they have to click a button that says like you know like Ubuntu does this two or Does that exactly. But some companies do where it's like in order to get onto the site there's like. A one dollar in the donation already, and you actually have to backspace right zero and then continue. Yeah. So there's a lot of people. If you just put that little, it's not even a roadblock but that little road sign a lot of people are going to going to donate it if I mean if you have a big enough audience, I mean maybe maybe it would be something to cover I mean like I'm interested in checking out center TV like seeing what Milos up to look like. Yet some interesting conversations who's GonNa on there you can do free trials have you looked into it? Now. They don't seem to do. Charles at all. I guess when you're that big, you could just have you know multiple people doing the free trials and then sharing all the videos with each other like from the same account bubba. Like. Gavin. McKenna. Still Show you like ten minutes to get off my lawn or something on Youtube, and then it's like right when they're getting into the good stuff he's like okay like It if you want the rest and you're like like I don't really want to get off my lawn that much. But like Milo Yannopoulos and like atheism unstoppable I watch that. that. ageism unstoppable like definitely abidance supporter like totally liberal big supporter of Clinton and now he's like hanging out with like the alright like the old lights you know. Yeah? Yeah. It's it's such a weird fucking. Posse they've got like there's such a rag tag gang over there who else is on there I can look up quickly but like Milo Gavin and AAU is like the most people but while you're looking at up like the only item that I have for of show topic is. For some reason, our Joe. Biden A or rather Biden Biden Biden supporters right in Minneapolis. That episode picked up on podcast like we got a whole bunch of Dallas and one day off on this podcast. There were no podcasts on it for like a month, and then all of a sudden, there was a big spike. So I gave a listen and we were talking about the George Floyd case and I said in that episode. It seems like there's a scullery footage in in the dash or in the body. Cam for. The Body Cam footage from the cops. It seems like a SCARPA Tori stuff in there because like all of law enforcement is seeing the all the people that are involved. With like you know not Brockett prosecuting with saying Oh this isn't such a bad thing I've seen that footage. And sure enough released since our last podcast has been some of the body camera footage and one could call it to one degree or another exculpatory footage. While it's kind of like. I watched the whole footage, but I was looking at some of it and presently everybody's saying like there's no racial motive. There's no racial motive. There's no racial motive. and it's kind of like. To, you guys burnt down a whole bunch fucking cities over this and now, and now the video tapes out and skylight faulk like like how many people have died since I mean like we did a good job covering the initial riots like I was actually a good listen like our Biden Supporters Ride Minneapolis episode it's like so we were being Kinda tongue-in-cheek when we're saying they're buying supporters like I've seen I've seen other I don't remember exactly ones but I've seen other news anchors frame it that way to now like We were saying like it kind of is a joke because we're like all. If this was the around, they would immediately be framed as trump. Yeah. Like. But I think it's kind of obvious that we were joking because like a lot of these anti FA people obviously don't support Joe Biden right. Like the are left wing like they're probably not going to vote for Jill Biden. They're probably just they're like fuck shit up. I mean, all the black people are gonNA vote for Joe Biden, because have to otherwise they're not black. They lose their black art man trump's I'm hoping on like twelve thirteen percent of the black vote. We'll see what happens with that. Young. I don't think so man. Did you see that thing he got in trouble for where he's like this Spanish more diverse than the blacks like. Something about that Yeah Yeah Yeah and then the trump all over him on twitter. Yeah but I mean. Saying that someone doesn't deserve the vote because they're racist. We brought this up in our radical centrism episode like he said that trump is like framing his attacks on other people in framing the praise of himself. In the left paradigm when he's doing things that and that's not winning ground for him like no one no one's GonNa like. No one's going to say that. Trump is what some conservatives in some right wing people would say this but. No one in the know. Many people are going to say that trump is less rate is racist than Joe. Biden. No Way. No way no way so censor? TV. Sofas on their that four zero. Laura bloomer interesting interesting one here. Copper cab is on there. He goes on show no way I didn't know that. Old youtuber and he had a boxing match with Gavin begins went. Vira like they had like a pretty. Like Back and forth, pretty much hated each other and then it's like a I. You is the new Guy Miles on there. Then a whole bunch of people I've never heard of Jacob Walden Jacob Wallet Yeah I. was on there yeah he's like. Jacob aw the guy. Does a lot of disturbing stuff. So his first big thing was with Laura Luma. They stormed the stage in central park of Shakespeare. Production that was having. Restaurant yeah exactly. And he's done a bunch of really off the wall. No Pun intended things since then like he brought forward someone who was accusing Elizabeth Warren of being like a DSM sex dungeon master and. Like the Guy, the guy takes off his shirt and there's these are the whip marks but you can see like you can see him Jacob Wall at this press conference while they're not on Mike laughing to each other at how fucking ridiculous with doing. A lot of shit like that I mean I, find them really annoying. But like if he was more open about about because I don't know I I, guess. To have around like he does some interesting stuff but I wouldn't want so I wouldn't WanNa Bring Larry Have you heard of Larry Barnes? someone named bigs I don't know who these people are go bigs maybe. Maybe. Yeah. and. Yeah that's it. Basically get off my lawn. if you go to their website, they're talking about like James O'Keefe and Yeah I. Don't know it seems like he's kind of. I don't know I don't know what you call this. It's kind of like Breitbart ask I want to say Yeah, it's got its little harder rated like looking at like nudity on here there's obviously like swearing but yeah there. It's Kinda like all the people who are just kicked off a youtube is picking them up one by one looks like. I saw I. Mail took it out. I know pot off was trying to get on there too but I don't know if he's going to be all really. yeah I don't know like. I don't understand what's going on there. So like I started listening to come on the podcast. Yeah, like I like. Apparently, this is like the dirt laughed like the foreign. Chapel Trap House the Edgy boys the edgy the edgy laughed, and it's like other totally sexist and they say like racist jokes and stuff but there's somehow like left wing they don't they don't seem to me. I. It's been a long time since I probably been like a year or two. Yeah. So I don't know but there's nothing left. There's nothing left on Youtube. It's fucking interesting like we are the only show. We have the only fucking interesting show on Youtube and it's my like it's our show like what the fuck when we listen to. I'm just GonNa go let's nolde episodes cave, time. Only the only. Thing we're. New to this God damn garbage dump over here I I like soon as we get one hundred subscribers, we'll get banned anyways. Yeah. We'll have to move to fucking de live until the big. Bad Exactly, that's totally make more money than Pudi does and then they fucking ban is. In we'll get on nick winters three MOGO MTV. Well, if I will find work our way back around to going. Through He's His Baptist turn we. Baxter. He's like. I. Did they tell you about the tribe. All right you were right where sorry here we are. He's. Jewish people to. Do, poppy. Better. is got this fucking sweet glasses on. It looks like a wrestler from the eighties yeah. On that note I think we're ready to wrap up. I think I'm just GONNA play that Tucker Carlson Clip Outra song at the same time. Nice Everybody. Nicotine. Shadow to Matt. I can't pronounce your last name. I'm super sorry the scenic license act or something like that. Will reach out you after show. and stay safe everybody day. They save have. Fun. Decades Matt drudge one of the most influential figures in conservative or yeah subscribe. Right. All right. Journalism Self titled Drudge Report, Broke News, set priorities, and digital media, Republican presidential candidates, maiden ruling the famously secretive drudge, a high priority for several of them including Donald. Trump. If paid off big. But if you seen the toward support recent, you know that it has changed dramatically hundred degrees mattress. Now firmly man of compressive laugh at times says distinguishable from the daily beast and the other woke propaganda. Company. So many judges. One time reader way to. Begin to fill the void has left. But the pastors remain what? Matters. To, very interesting story frank was trumbull with people who might be able to tell it. Used Matt drudge biographer long time records. The author of the Book Drug Revolution set fully. Join. Thanks so much for coming on so You have done what reformers talked about twenty years of doing which is. Right to defend the biography of Bachelor Jiro position to. Guess. Why does drudge change dramatically? talker. One of these people have trying to analyze Nice Matt Ryan. Triple. Triple Spear. The reality. Is History show me his team. Party ideas, it's to to. For example. Just great. Great. where housing is. At the time its editor. Comes out and convince them now eight eighty here. What the? Brahma. So get some point contacts magistrates. What's up. Response by them. Abroad Lot Papa see might be terrible for the country, but it sure would be great for my the website. And you know to. Mount with right. because. I can't think of more than a handful of people would have been better under the Obama Obama DNC than amount? Droughts. His his net wealth, it's been estimated over one hundred million. So you know I hear all the chatter about I met. His political stance. against. Marriage mattress and heeds. His Bus Barn. Than anything else in this curation work out is it is up to Maine. Yes it's a remarkable change. So there were reports and I think you chronicle this in your book that earlier in this administration drudge had become close to the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner are they still close to you know? Unfortunately. We have lost the shot for Matthew Y Shak. Unfortunately.

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So you mentioned this kind of caught you by surprise this announcement and you wanted to react quickly. But you didn't have time to come out with a full plan with the discussions going on in the expectations. What do you think this will be? What do you think this competition or the structure will look like going forward? I can tell you today but the Grandma's fall nine thousand nine hundred seventeen fifty new fourteen fifteen so we are Five feiger categories. So we will make you full or the kids. There is a competition with a good level of play that's I can tell you that I can tell you something else we all a- professionally. I've seen the level of quality of what we can deliver a disgusting level and I I think about the game but everything around the gaming timoth best practices would say a communication. We can do something wrong. We can do something. Not really touchy because MLS is committed to provide some finger with good standoffs. And I would say I hope. Iceland dowse on violent but also in terms of communication and everything to to to be proud of visa Reply so we have to to a I would say to demand its first to develop programming for every single okay we trillions of the cell. There we will see and also provide something quite that team. Talk a little about been here a few years now. You know where you want to go. You know what your plan is improving the quality of players coming into major league soccer young players. How does this now fit into it? And what your ideas of what you're looking for over the next twelve to eighteen months. I see like an opportunity also to try to to try to connect the head of the body. The head of the pyramid with with the body will think we. We arrive After everyone re Have been created recreate recreated academy in two thousand seven so everyone's landscape So has arrived and say oh. They'll the new kingdom later on the blokes As you say which was kind of surprising. Actually now we'd love Investment Coaching Education in quality. And we we. We have to be so unbeknownst we doing. We've been doing a good a good job for Navy's lost four five years and I think people can see that now so we want to be these We won't have the capacity teachers who twin freelance into to be espionage. Ronel for kids in coaches and parents. We also open. We could a good relationship with with the club because again of the day what what bring these potently is also a momentum to make it clear what the objective the objective of administrative offshoot To to to develop kids for their academy for the steam For Shoe it won't be the case for all of them so and we are here to make sure and to guarantee the could have access to the best college program of something else another Professional League. But you want to. I think instead both to find a compromise all the non nundy in a in accepted To develop especially proficient so I think we have a kind of symbiotic approach to say we are going to have the keys which want to become professional and we are also a super bowl. The club which is a mission which is not not not to develop professional but good level of play and to be a kind of good environment to fulfill every kid's dream. This is the objective again. I think the attraction we had in the past where the following we need better competition and better I would say international and national domestic competition to challenge our coochie stuff and playoffs Kind of unbalance indem of Russia of games we won't to to to imprison evil of playful someplace else and for some teams but we also need to compete in to to be inclusive not exclusive. This is a message so sometimes it's easier to be in agreement when people than free so it was a kind of misunderstanding. Unity preaching also. There's still the unknown Fred. I'm sure that everybody's trying to figure this out just like we are a surprise from. Us Soccer analyst stepping in. We thank you for your time. I'm sure we follow up on this very very soon as more details. Come out but for now Fred Lipka. Tech Director for the use side major league soccer. Thank you for your time. Frederick you guys thank you so much. Thanks to Fred for taking time out of his busy day to help walk us through sort of the perspective on that. Let us know you think for one two zero six zero. Mls EXTRA TIME. Unless last soccer dot com ultimately we want to produce as many players as we can whether it's professional college. Whatever give kids the opportunity to achieve their dreams achieve those dreams about running? Just JUMP IN REAL QUICK. Go after that discussion you had with him. David were like. How do you feel you feel better? You feel like there's some clarity yeah definitely. I think I think the big question mark was why which he explains and we talked a little bit about before but we learned from him of what happened and the idea was just. Mls is trying to step in and be supportive of the soccer community. Which I think is huge. I think big that independent. Majorly soccer is not big enough to cover every youth player in America and Canada. So it's you need to have a good faith relationship and I think that's what read came on our show to stress and that's the idea behind it but the other thing he said it's I worked this generation Obviously I like it but But the reason was created was international. Competition has value and they believe that that was one of the big things to get players. The next level and Fred mentioned this ratio. And we we talked about it before. He came on fifty games a year. Plus high school soccer and no trainings and no international competition. And you're starting to move and part of what this allows. Mls teams probably to move a little bit closer to an ideal scenario. And I know if you're interested you can go down and look at Atlanta United. They use seventeen group that they bring around the world. Basically every two and a half months to play teams in England Play Teams in Colombia U Twenty Three Teams in Japan Reserve teams in Mexico to try and get that competition on. I think this it wasn't planned but I think the reality of this is. You can use this opportunity as Fred said. Fillet this out in. Think and improve what you're doing less teams as well as maintaining what you're doing everyone else reggie cannon so good. That was good stuff. I was thrilled. I was stuck in on that to Gasman. Talk all day. Jank remembering your Reggie Cannon on solid twenty minutes about all right before we get to Reggie Chicago fire killing. You weren't around for that one which was criminal. We went with by by vote popular. Vote Quantum of did. I make that I make it or not. I you had to Australia. I lock bag observation deck. Nothing actually when people go up in the elevator into like some of the viewing points. They all have to wear the helmet now. That was the headband era. Though that you get the the official White Lamborghini of for the Agatha and I tell you a story of way Rambus Yeah I tell you that one shonda different different guide tell. I don't know if he made the the Mount Rushmore but near Thea. I believe he actually saw him on some list for like biggest bus. Dp SIGNING OF ALL TIME LIST. Yeah we HERK HURT. Gomez I saw. I think chose Mary but Mary came in the Locker Room and he asked me one day after like fitness session how much it costs to get a white. Lamborghini he said. How much is it? Lamborghini costs and I was like. I have the how much you could tell me. It was like eight hundred thousand three hundred. I don't know how much it costs I was like. I drive a nineteen. No I had like a two thousand and one accurate that I bought with like ninety nine thousand miles on it. Two hundred men get under a hundred right like I can tell you how much of that cost like. I know a Ford Focus. I know a lot of like different class of cars but he was deciding whether you want to ship his over from Greece or buy new and which one was going to be. Which one did he go with? I don't know was around the team long enough to but anyway in transit chasing wherever he just imagine though in Chicago. And you're white Lambeau Ryan the lake. That's good stuff Shawn Johnson's the other one. Who but he got his for free. So played by Sean. Roldan shown Jonzon though he played a ton of games for the fire. We have Peter Novak to get US started Chris Armas. Cj Brown which I was happy about and then Guatemala Blanco agree disagree that we now this Bronco Zach Thornton. We didn't go Zach and we put it to a vote and they voted for quantum abolished suggested the vote. If I didn't I didn't check the polls I vote you know there's been primaries and Etr votes is just a lot moving. I wasn't sure well I tell you this. It is hard to vote against Zach Thornton mainly because he's also on that feared list and Zach was When I was a rookie he was like You know one of my vets that looked after me In a in a whole lot of different ways and just an awesome. I mean he is a face of the team but I think it's hard so it in some ways because of his longevity and all that it's hard for me to pick someone over Zach but when I think about quantum of Blanco and how important he was For the fire in a different way and I think Cuauhtemoc is actually under looked as far as his Impact on the I think he's one of the most impactful signings in MLS. And when we I think he was just a little bit ahead of his time as far as the English and Spanish coverage at that point where two very separate worlds. And now you see these worlds colliding and combining it in in ways alongside the more Collaboration BETWEEN THE TWO LEAGUES THE STAR. Power that he had the antics. I mean he would go and like tell the referees like make their glasses face at them. He was yelling at opposing coaches. He was scoring goals. He was the best player in the All Star Games He was always up for the big show. And I know toil said He didn't have the trophies. A hardware to show for it. I think that Sadly was sort of due to some of the changes of that were just constantly happening around the club at the time Where I think we if we could have held that group together a little bit longer. We were close enclosing going to Eastern Conference finals. And then things really Kinda got SCHICK IN UP AROUND RIGHT. Basically right when he left around two thousand nine two thousand ten But yeah he. He was a tremendous player. And when I think of the Mount Rushmore. I'm going yeah. I think a bunker needs to be that in that list. I want to turn down on me. I want to see what that bus looks like of course to fire not mls originals FC. Dallas AK The Dallas Burn. Were Reggie cannons going to help us out with Mount Rushmore? Guys got to be here. What are you doing these days? Man How you staying fit you feeling your time. I know I'm struggling with it. The good on your yeah. I'm staying really positive. You know like I said earlier you know. I really thought that I would never get sick of video games. I I really can't do anymore on. I'm staying fit riots miles every day push myself alward on known working on things that we are on during season on. But you know I'll Sam just opened for all this blow or soon. What's the bulwark? Is this like straight Outta you? Know like my childhood Benghazi Garage Door. If you're just a ball on actually talk to greg the other day and he said he told me I needed to work on really all involve a ball wall just working on my week on behalf. Turn so things like that and it's really simple easy. Who would have thought at this point in life that the men's national team head coach being pitch and right handed? I mean I got all the tools right here to become instagram live. You can evaluate turns. He's a big got. It goes reggie proposition. If you're bored twice a week you log on here you host this now and we'd be goes it sounds go. Let's flop actually think he's got a better chance of becoming a top tier podcast than we does of ever playing single second of Soccer Hedberg looked and have been awesome. I have been Olson's ankles right like these. Things are threaded so many times. I can barely walk before we get into the mount. Rushmore bye. Bye Okay Rushmore Reggie. There was a lot on your plate coming into the season. You mentioned Greg and people are picking up on that. That's of course. Gregg Berhalter signed a new contract. There are a lot of rumblings about what you're hoping to do this summer. Where you're hoping to go. I tell me why the new contract why that was the right decision for you and then take us through. What your minds at as far as FC Dallas and perhaps a move at some point yes. So I am pretty open about it. This contract Microsoft's media people and everyone and I wanted to let like I wanted them to know that the reason for signing this contract wasn't because I was planning to stay for five years. It was because I wanted to set up something for the transferred arm. You know and there's a lot of personal details in there a lot of personal details in there and you know it was really setting the summer transfer on and you know there was a percentage of the fee that we go to Milan to you know there were so many things in their Louis. Incentivize Dallas to sell me in your. That was one of the biggest things especially before all this cogan happened. Summer was going to be huge. A huge opportunity for me to go and Dallas and I had a mutual agreement on. Wasn't that I think better bigger than Dallas. I just wanted to be the best I can be and I still do. I WANNA start a World Cup I WanNa be you know the best right back. Observations ever seen. I want to be the best backing aspiration Type Dreams. Meno the only way to do this. Push Myself I saw. That was obviously a big thing going into summer but now I really don't know where that leaves us on. This cannot focus on what's happening. Just be present. Reggie who approached this conversation. I inherited start because Dallas obviously wants to be this club. That sells players but west mckinney. Maybe didn't go the way they wanted there. Rumblings about it happened with Kellyanne and you seem to be the next guy. Was them trying to get out of this was a you and your Eurasian on? Yeah it was really me because I wanted to to make a pathway for the kids coming up to the academy because everyone now at least from the academy perspective is saying all will Weston and look at Callan wing different ways and they didn't do seems to call didn't help on the. I WANNA make. I wanted to make a pathway to that. There could be a mutual agreement between club in the player that the both parties interests are are are important that I have interesting. Year MAY HAVE INTEREST. Salman develop players that they can say they developed model from Academy to first team to nationals into Europe. And I can say look. I can say tall. The young kids look there is A. There's trust in this. There were a family that you can trust is because they were a lot of bridges that were burned. Especially with the whole West mckinney. I look in looking back Western Maine completely right decision. Because they were there wasn't trust in that it wasn't trust in that deal on but I wanted to make a bridge a pathway for these kids so that they have both options so they can decide to go the western route to go Meyer out on and hopefully this all carries through by you know. I'm just trying to be present everything. How do you make a decision like that So like in your case how. How does one kid from the Academy at least in Dallas decide? Oh maybe it's time for me. How do you know when the time is right for you to try and take that next step that I mean? That's a great question. I mean even when Dallas offered me when I was seventeen four into college I went to college for three months in played their first. Because I knew I wasn't ready. You know I think everyone has a different patents just about evaluating everyone wants to be the next. West mckinney Next Steps that everyone has taken a different path. Tom and for me. That was college in crying for a year when I wasn't playing and having a dream. No-one no-one what is thought. I would have been on the national team or starting fresh Dallas. The Way I am now three years ago in other there's levels to the saints. I think it's it's honestly just you have to decide what your pathway isn't View the pathway so important and you know with Dallas. They have figured that out in large part to help kids in the first team in the hope is as you're saying to move on. I wonder when you think about the next step. What you think is important because to be the best right back in the world that's lofty to play in a World Cup. That's achievable but locked you. But you have to make the right decision on the next step. What is it club half the have or what do you think they need to have to be the right situation where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means. Speed Radio Network Nine at heart news. Feed DOT COM. 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I can be because that's how competition grows not. How team's going to great if everyone's comfortable is just not going to work on and so obviously very closer to ju