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Being A Vegan Man with Gaz Oakley

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Being A Vegan Man with Gaz Oakley

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on Apple podcasts. And podcast one podcast. One percents up kitchen podcast. The show that is does food politics and pop culture all trying to give a fuck and now for your host. Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to forked up appear Goto podcasts. Ralph things lentils liable and legislative stalemate. I'm Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Today we're talking. Ancient ancient energy drinks. How Kito might actually kill you and why you drug dealer doesn't take credit cards wondering well we're going to get into it? We're also joined joined by CHEF youtuber. Gaz Oakley to talk about how he learned swear and his new book plants only kitchen stay tuned JAL. It's about to get forked up. Sharpen those knives. Its fourth step. Doug Kitchen podcast. What's up mother fuckers? How is everybody doing Michelle? How you doing? I'm doing good. There are Hanging in there. I'm not getting a flu like all the rest of y'all weak ass mother fuckers. Whatever you haven't gotten it yet anyways what's up we'll have we don't have any housekeeping buyer book and Evergreen Housekeeping Book Surfer Sale? Then if you need a president or you like yourself fuck it so something. I've been wanting to talk about on the pod. Ed Or is you know because this is the time of year where everyone so much more like so which holier than thou healthiest time of everyone just like I'm only fucking drinking wheat grass and eating blueberries Hydros Dayrit Lemons. Yeah as great heels on so I thought that we would talk about the grossest foods that we like to eat. Oh Hell Ya okay. I'm Let's do this every day. I'm just saying this is some shit some of the gross s shit that we eat. Let's get real all right. I'll start last night for dinner. I had a boxer Mike and that is gross. Yeah I didn't even know you like Mike and Thanks Shit in your pantry. Someone else on okay. So first of all it was a stocking stuffer. I didn't go out and buy them. But they Brian Ryan but they are delicious and they are Vegan and maybe I was a little high May. Maybe I didn't have all groceries. I need to put together. So maybe I had high fructose Corn Syrup. It's awesome wine for dinner sometimes. That's okay love yourself and you're like you know what I could make a lovely soup if I just had accelerate knows salary fuck Mike Line. I'm really not looks like every time I do. It's I've rarely consumed high-fructose Corn Syrup but every time time I do like my skin breaks I was just GonNa say like waiting for the first pimple have read mine I was like well. I'll see you in two days down my fucking Chin in 'cause Oh but in the in the moment Box Mike and Mike and Mike dinner discuss with some one. Okay hit me with your crap. I mean I fucking Love Red Vines. Since I was a kid I was I'm disgusting. When was the last time you had red vines Christmas Christmas? Okay Yeah if you're GONNA be like six months. Nah I was hanging out with me dude and his friends. They rented a house for the holidays. And we're up in the snow. And and somebody container bought a fucking container a red vines and I was like Oh man if I can keep myself from eating one. I'll be good but as soon as I pop that. Seal on my I just shovel them in disgusting tying them and not read the next day. And you're like is there no end to my humiliation. Oh I grew up like a block and a half from seven eleven and I used to go down there and fucking know this. I knew exactly what seven eleven target. Yeah I used to eat. I'd go by Red Vines and I wasn't home because I had braces and a comeback and it'd be like my mom's like you go to seven eleven. What are you talking? Yeah but I would say like one of the growth is foods that I'm like kind of ashamed that I like is I like Pineapple Eh my pizza but I like pine up and Black Olives to let me stop you right there. Shame should never enter the equation. Embrace it yeah. But I if you're ashamed. You're you're embedding. It doesn't stop me but I just know I call it in my brain when I ordered I call it a Bumblebee Pizza. As Blackie the pizza and is fucking delicious and I would never put in a cookbook or use any kind of recipes. Okay since we're talking about block all all those. Yeah this is very controversial especially in Texas tacos. Now Okay thank you thank you now and I love black. I know someone who listens to his podcast. It puts block all the TACOS and his blasphemy. Okay but I bet it looks like it's fucking store-bought hired TACO. Shell she says she. I'm not done fucking ground beef with like a poor envelope of Taco seasoning maximum than. It's fucking enshrouded. Cheddar cheese then is iceberg lettuce. Then it's fucking sour cream and black olives on top and they're like I'm a chef and I'm like you're White Matt. Let's go with that so it's GonNa say she issues. I know that this is like a generic white girl Taco. Yeah she owns it and she's like I don't know why the olives in it when I saw that I was like that's disgusting. We are not friends and also. Can you bring in someone listening to your Parkin. She's band you're paying your blocked. You can't listen. You can't listen to the food jokes anymore. That's funny anybody. I know if there's any pineapple lovers out there who like it on their pizzas secretly fucking throw some black on their hit it with some hot sauce and tell hey girl about it later. We'll fuck it. Let's get into. It is now time for this week in food history this serious gourmet suit. Modern men and women apparently do not have a monopoly on being tired. And we've been looking team for ways to stay awake and quench our thirsts since forever. Okay so enter Polska poster post ochre. This is an ancient ancient energy drink which had never heard about until I started trying to find stuff to talk about this week. I think I think surge was an ancient energy drink to my God. It had had a what was the thing. Everybody was afraid of the yellow five or whatever I don't know there was an ingredient in surge side died now one time me and a girlfriend like drank a six pack of surge. Together like a sleepover and then we were like. We're like real horny. Thirteen year olds and we were talking in all this mad trash that we didn't know anything about you know and it was right here in airmen. That went right to our parents room house for another a year. I was not sexually active but I knew words strung together in a sentence that I thought made sense. It was like issue like sand. I WanNa see appears but serge aside. Tell me what is post post guy. So it's a mix of vinegar her salt water and herbs that originated in Greece. But it's the Roman army that actually made it famous curse so basically everybody wanted to drink wine right. But you can't drink wine all the time you're GONNA be fucked up on the battle. Yeah so this was a way to use up wine that they'd capture on too long. I e Red Wine Vinegar Mhm and then thin it out with water so it stretches farther and then they made it tastes good and that's why they served it to the army as early as the middle of the Roman Republic era so like around like five hundred. BC The military ration post guy to all of their troops along with grains and very occasionally occasionally meat and cheese so basically. I don't want to say the Roman army was Vegan. Were mostly they were definitely flexible. And that policy in the military rations considered are a continued for centuries well into the rise of the Roman Empire. And they're taking over over of the whole Western Hemisphere in just fucking throwing back Red Bulls. Oh yeah so they drink it by the barrel fall and it was said to give the military it's legendary Stamina Anna inefficiency drink's acidity and slight alcohol content would have lessened the bacteria content. which made it safer in these ancient times drinking straight water? Oh that's weird. Yeah because tainted water would take out whole army and whole cities alike so having this light slightly more acidic content would kill some of that harmful bacteria and keep the soldier safe makes sense. Yeah and in addition to that Vinegar with thought to stave off scurvy which would take out whole armies too and. You might be own stupid everybody news. It's vitamin C.. Nobody knew it was vitamin C. Not Not then Eh. US Army actually rationed apple cider vinegar to troops in the Mexican war when they were stationed on the southwest border because this was Bike confirmed scientific facts. That vinegar helped cure scurvy well into the eighteen hundreds so the Romans had been doing it since forever so we we were just biding their style with our apple cider vinegar so among soldiers and common folk post get continued to be enjoyed well into the Middle Ages so so would you drink something like this. I would try it. Yeah but like. I don't really the only caffeine consumers that coffee but I do love the idea of like like if you were to airdrop on the troops right now just by fucking red bull monster energy drink for all the that for all the truth. This is like almost like a flat can buca right. Yeah because it's a vinegary lot of the same ingredients slightly alcoholic collegue. It has some early taste to it in salt. which is good to have in your water if you're getting dehydrated if you're marching like a thousand miles in the military? I just thought this was so interesting. I would have thought that they were just drinking water. And I feel like maybe like a military presence and energy drinks kind of go hand in hand because I will say mhm they like when I drive around Los Angeles especially Texas when you see PICCO that has a US army or the Marines stickers that there's there's there's a monster energy logo pretty close yeah. The hardworking men and women got to stay alert got fire on all cylinders forever in that way for fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome home get ready for the the last month. Federal regulators issued new roles clarifying the banking institutions are no longer required to report its customers for any hip commerce this applies to him. Farmers processors and businesses. So I know most the time that I do total recalls you product or something where recalling legislation flation it works included two stages all allowance. Stay with me so those that live in a place where we still illegal the thoughts and prayers to you but for the rest of us. 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Canceling approach play to the racist attitudes of Americans in the Early Twentieth Century doing his best to link marijuana to Mexican immigrants in spun bullshit stories as a black man using marijuana white women addicted to the drug and become sex crazed. That's why they use the word marijuana because it sounded a Spanish. Yeah yeah not hemp also love sex crazed like those are ends leaders words not ours. He used those words. I guess angeline you're never got horny. MM-HMM I don't eat. He was born looking and take all that Hornets out. He was born bidder. Tell you what if you've never never watched reefer madness. I would highly recommend baked as shit and watching it because it is a parody of itself. Unfortunately those racist tropes and fear mongering stuck with America for decades until pretty recently when the Obama administration out individual states to focus on marijuana legislation themselves elves and instead instructed Federal Drug Enforcement Agents to focus on other controlled substances like opioids which killed over one hundred and thirty Americans every single single day. There are zero deaths linked to marijuana use so predictably almost all the the cool states. That's it was on my word not only begin decriminalizing but legalizing recreational use of him products like the flash forward to today a CBD infused items like food beverages hygiene products have spiked in popularity beyond anyone's predictions. The Federal Reserve just release a three page paper reiterating reading that in accordance with the two thousand eighteen farm bill hip is not a highly controlled. Substance and banks are not required to file a suspicious activity report on on customer accounts regarding hemp production suspicious activity reports or SARS are acquired by being saluting authorities to customers possibly involve money laundering during terrorism etc etc.. And that is why your drug do. It doesn't take credit cards. That can't snitch. It however under the new guidelines this is specific cevik cannabis hemp production meaning CBD only and not tetrahydrocannabinol which is THC meaning. You can grow him as long as the byproduct I product to C. B. D. C.. Which is still federally classified? As a schedule one controlled substance and for reference other schedule one drugs including heroin. LSD Ecstasy Meth Peyote and marijuana. One of these things is not like think of these things just full law. Banks is still required to file SARS federal authorities if they suspect him production is his. THC Base so now your head shop will continue to be cash or debit only hip and CD farmers for Joyce you are no longer cash. Only based businesses. They want your tax money. USDA has just proved rules for three states as well as three American tribes and Pinning White House approval the USDA is reviewing rules for an additional eleven states. Well I've got some News for everybody. Who is you know? We're a little into January. Now a reexamining our New Year's resolutions to couple weeks since we all promise that we were going to do something. What about our lives? Whatever that is which by the way I was house you news resolution going? It's going pretty good. Good yeah working out okay. I'm doing that thing I'm doing. I'm doing a charity event this Saturday so so trying to commit trying to keep all working out but I hope your New Year's resolution wasn't to go kito because it has it's just been ranked as the unhealthiest Diet so the second year in a row will was not great. If you're thinking about giving up already fucking do it man. Mike in Recent raking of the best and worst diets by the US news and World report the key to genetic diet was ranked number one the very worst out of thirty five diets by panel of health experts to a top rated diet. It had to be relatively easy to follow nutritious safe and effective for weight loss and preventative. Diabetes and heart disease is dead last Kito failed on all fronts so he did all right right on short term weight loss. Well but that's not that's short term in the co- The cost plus all the way to death uh-huh okay if this is so terrible for you. Why do we hear about it all the time from every single person who's trying to do some dumb magic shit to Wayne Wayne doing pretty good pretty for three days quote any diet? That's trendy promises to make you lose weight. It quickly and look fit will get people's attention and so that's why we hear about it. According to registered Dietitian Shanna Zied Debbie quote personal. Testimonials of success continued to flood the Internet. But this doesn't equate to reliable and trustworthy scientific evidence. You might be like okay. Well it's getting too late but I don't know what Kito Wiz and we're free to ask now. I truly don't know Akito okay. So basically is what high fat low carbs and it's supposed descend the body into a state of ketosis hence the name Hito okay. So you're just eating fucking fat and no CARBS ochre okay. So it's Atkins by a different for name and once they're your state of Ketosis your body's supposed to burn fat instead of sugar for Energy and so that's why it's still like eat away at your body fat instead of running on on like insulin and the sugars in your body advocates claim that the Diet promotes amazing weight loss benefits and boost your energy but health professionals warned warn that it's many potential negative effects outweigh any of its positive. Your existing. Imagine if if you just consuming high fat yeah. There's there's a that's exactly right. Most importantly the high fat is the biggest concern. Because this is the cornerstone of the Diet. Doctors warn anybody with diabetes kidney disease or heart disease should not follow this diet. And if you're on the path to any of those things that means you choose if you have high cholesterol if you have heart disease that runs in your family of of your undiagnosed type two diabetes or your pre diabetic. Any of those things. Don't do Kito GonNa fuck you up. And they agree that cutting carbs will help most people. We'll lose weight in the short term. And that's why Kito has some weight loss success as because people are cutting out a lot of the Karbi junk food that they eat but that the effects are not super dramatic. There are not long lasting. So your body's going to even out what's the science behind this while there's hardly any only proven clinical study for Kito to the any effectiveness was in children with epilepsy. It helped reduce their seizures interesting. That's the only scientific proven benefit. Ah The KETO Diet. It didn't make the kids shredded. No they didn't. They didn't get super hot little little kids with instagram accounts. Talking to T- Sophie's and talking about their Kyodo Now reduce their seizures and made them super constipated due to the lack of fiber channels. Yeah you just pure fat diet. Yeah so they're just trying to shit out butter not working but they're not having seizures. So that's great. There have been no other large. Scale studies with conclusive evidence supporting Akito Diet on the claims are either from like sample groups of like ten people or it's all just anecdotal Yeah Yeah So. Are you looking for a way to wait. I got I got some tips Cook Mart home. Eat more veggies. Eat less processed food patrol portions drink water and work out a little. And you'll do you. You literally know that you know all those things you do. Maybe one of them sometimes like I'm trying to. I'm trying to lose weight. I'm trying to turn my life around. You know the things you gotta do. You know any doctor will tell you. Yeah but it's it's not sexy. Kita sound sexy. Yeah you can't Hashtag AG- Kirk more at home normal shit fucking fixing your diet like there's there is. There's no buzz word. That's GonNa get you to where you WANNA be. Yeah here we are speaking of cooking more at home this week. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a proposal to ban polystyrene or or more commonly known as Styrofoam is ban would apply cops takeout containers an packing peanuts. fucking hate those packing peanuts packing peanuts or mean. Don't you ever ships on what packing peanuts are putting glitter you monster. This is expected to mostly impact paired food services like restaurants food trucks Delis grocery stores things like that. The first violation will be two hundred fifty dollar fine and with Pete violations can cost up to two thousand isn't dollars per violation kind of new. Yes Oh Styrofoam gained commercial popularity in the nineteen eighties because it was lightweight but it was sturdy sturdy and it was used in everything from takeout containers surfboards. I actually have a foam board. And it's fantastic. I'll say you're killing by surfing it. STRENU- Ocean Bra on the Styrofoam Cup is actively taking star phone into the the SHRUB is brought back to food restaurants and other food services like styrofoam not only because of pains heat and cold temperatures. Well but because it's also incredibly cheap. It's not released secret. The styrofoams terrible for the environment airmont and this became president in the public eye in the late eighties and early nineties because doesn't break down and it will sit in landfills for hundreds of years and it crumbles into microparticles pollute notches soil but our water systems and oceans. Yeah I mean so you're saying we knew this thirty years ago when we're relying we're just now getting around been real busy. Poly Styrene is also a petroleum product which increases its environmental impact. Panos sheds a petroleum product. And there are over two hundred cities that have banned Styrofoam including Los Angeles San Francisco New York City in Minneapolis. Minneapolis obscene it here. So it's not really main in Vermont. Expected follow New York State Wide Band next couple for years. We just got a text people that live in there fucking state. We're not doing styrofoam anymore. They're legislation is going to be like same assigned. Signed New Jersey of all places has probably the most ambitious proposal to ban Styrofoam but all single use. Plastic just is trying to avert attention from their cousin. Fucking you I in New Jersey or the train the family members man. You'RE GONNA get some hate mail from New Jersey. Oh please alternative. Star phone include paper or molded fiber products molded fiber products are byproduct sugarcane and they both their ability to biodegrade but these typically costs anywhere from two to three times as much traditional styrofoam. It's also worth noting that compose. We'll molded fiber products. Also contain poly floral alkyl substances or PF as you're talking about like the cardboard colored like like takeout containers clam show these are floor. Needed compound chemicals that the fibers treated with and they have no known half-life meaning the chemicals themselves do do not biodegrade. Well it it. They put that on there so that the liquids don't leak through it's basically like Scotchgard exactly yeah. Watchdogs are concerned that these fiber containers has championed by fast casual restaurants sweet green or two polling name. Dropping names aren't actually biodegradable. As much as these companies tout them to to be grand. Peasley a chemist from Notre Dame tested fiber takeout containers from fourteen locations in eight different restaurants in all the samples tested very very high levels of Florin. I mean like you were saying if you think about the container that your food comes in is able to hold any food whether it's like like straight off the grill hot cold wet is not gonNA spill. It's not going to warp. Course that she's going to be dangerous for the environment. It is Scotchgard Philly. And you're putting your food on that. So what is solutions. And I just keep thinking about that scene in the wedding singer where the old lady wants to pay him for the piano singing lessons and then she just puts them meatballs in his hands. No as you go there and be like put my Burrito right here. Put the shot of sauce on top of all fucking animal. I mean mindy. Fake restaurants are going to start to do that. I mean honestly Josh Cook more at home. Yeah I you can't most restaurants won't pack it in a container you bring. Because they they can't bring the heat side containers into their kids. Safety thing like food safety violations which makes total sense but then I think the solution is to go back back to Waxed paper NUFF Cher- you know a lot of them and you used to be able to buy sandwiches bike before their plastic bags shrink wrap and stuff it was just wrapped in waxed paper and like tied with twine. Like we're going to have to go back to more things like that. Like they used to sell milk not obviously in all glass containers. 'cause I was is really expensive. It was a waxed paper box We could go back to that shit and not have it be a plastic compound that it's a plant based wax though bullshit when we were growing up the house. Did I mean I. It's when we moved into. The neighborhood was rough and our next door neighbor. I mean the house was fucking should have been condemned undimmed. The woman that was living there had all these empty milk jugs inside a house in between our fence in her house and it probably went for like thirty thirty five yards arts okay long stack high to the fence as one person at a lot of milk and that's a lot of crazy. That's a lot of milk. I had questions I will fuck milk right. Yeah do you doesn't like milk yeah she. It doesn't like milk. Is Our guest as you guys know him from instagram. You know him from Youtube. You know the covers book. It's been on the charts for years and we are so thaddeus talk with them so stay tuned. 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I'm not here for a couple of weeks but you've been bouncing around now. I didn't expect to be wearing my winter. Jacket hid and sat about that. Well you know. Give it a week. It'll it'll fluctuate first things first. Let's talk about what's what's on everybody's mind what's going on here. What's going on over there? I'm the worst person passes from England underway Taylor. I'm sure as whilst we just don't take as much about honestly do see stuff on twitter and I feel so they can terrible sticking the media on his so connotations around all is just is with making that can anybody share. She's a goddess. Just leave invest. We had okay like some conservative pundit. Who tweeted out? He was like this is the emasculation of his his military like photos of him serving in the military to like him being married. I was like Fellas Gate of Mary. Women love what is your fucking narrative late hours like okay. Let's bitch happily married man. What the fuck those beautiful women in the world? We absolutely like come On anyway it's just so funny. Everyone's losing their minds yet. You were mean so they don't want to hang out. That's how shit works like we tails anyway so like people who are not familiar with you. Get a quick rundown how you went from like you're cooking in kitchens before four fifteen. Yeah Super Young. And how did you go from that to getting multiple. Multiple book deals while on dirty. I've I've been loving I've loved. I've loved cooking since I was eight years old. When I start with my dad got my first shift of fifteen words? Ron Some of the best restaurants in my hometown of Cardiff went Vegan. For years ago after watching one video maybe go vegan overnight. What was it as speech by Gary Morowski or not you a lot of people get it that way? Normally sometimes like slaughterhouse video and I was like I've heard a lot of from Gary's speech powerful I've slowed right down now. I start off really fast. It's going to be more than ten seconds. I yes so. I started posting my recipes on instagram. Because my a friend were encouraging me to because the time for years ago all I was really seeing with smoothie bowls and salads and just started posting my food inspired by the cooking skills that I had from the press kitchens and before I knew had all these people follow me from around the world asking me for the recipes. Never been on camera before I'm quite shy quite softly spoken but I thought I have to show people how to make these recipes to help people transition and how people cut down on the meeting tate. And that's how you you started. How did how did you get into cooking such a young age? My Dad really great great home cook had hundreds of cookbooks had cooking shows on TV all the time. It's just like his sport and cooking. That's grown up. There's worse things exactly why I wanted to play professional rugby MHM as every whilst kid does. Unfortunately I stop growing as an agent. Everyone just went massive as what happens so I can play. Rugby will be the next thing was to follow next passion which was cooking. And that's why I went into the kitchens of fifteen and then you knew you wanted like after you so you were still working in kitchens is when you got the first book deal. Nah actually yes. pity along with so having gotten into the kitchen. Young Age straightened eighty hour weeks after four. Move five years of doing it. I was burnt out. I wasn't eating right. I wasn't sleeping wasn't exercising. Just wasn't looking to myself and in that environment During those hours without all that pressure on you need to be taken care of yourself and I wasn't. I didn't really know how to add those young young age ageism so I took a few years out. The industry went Vegan. And then I rediscovered my passion for cooking. I knew I'd always go back into cocaine one day but I didn't know it be through Vegan. I never thought I'd go Vegan meet. I Love I. Love cooking. Traditionally is such a shock but obviously on so happy. I did not welcome to the dark side when when I when I first found you I think it was. It was a few years ago. I think it was between sixteen year. Set up one or two plants like your kitchen. It was like it was real subtle and like now how feels like there's a whole jungle in their long story to watch one video with the beginning of it. You start with one or two plants. Such is a recipe chicken recipe but didn't plant every time. It cuts a wide shot. Take a very good idea. She's funny where my crew come over to film and I'm like what's such a plan. Careful babies over the top now and I needed tone it down the alive. It looks can claim to tell you the truth. I was rent shoes to feel more videos. It was so expensive zero and this one student that we feel that it was beautiful. It had those few plants and then when I found a property to live in and where I could feel my videos as well it was rundown kitchen. It did have some old tiles on the wall. So I basically just thought what we're GONNA do. Just cover all in indoor plants. And that's why I look like cooking looking in a jungle. Cheaper than remodeling is very much part of your brain. I guess I guess because I can see like a photo like without you in it and I'm like oh I know that you're like just us off the talk you know. How have you even in the four years? You've been Vegan. Like how have you seen the scene change like from when you came out to like now. People are are very honestly. Your book is trail-blazing on his encourage so many the people to go vegan off the back of that. I think I guess you call it. Influences in the in the scene have played a vital role in these big commercial mersal companies now take an interest in Vegan food. Incredible it's crazy you sit it's everywhere especially in La. We're driving around today. We're seeing signs of a Vegan stuff everywhere and it's like in London is like that in every major city. I'll go to and just when I first began four years ago. Going into like a starbucks. Six in trying to get something to eat was just people. Dave Word Vegan invasion. I mean even last summer. I was in in Greece and in the Athens airport. They had vegan croissants labeled Vegan and I was like what what the fuck is going on like. I've been Vegan. I sixteen almost seventeen years and like let me tell you about the dark days trying to get in like a struggle digman. No Oh my God. Even but I mean the growth has been exponential in the last four years like even from when our books came out in two thousand fourteen to now. I mean it's incredible like kind of food and the like how comfortable people are looking at a book like. Oh I can do that. Even if they're not Vegan is amazing thing whereas for me. It's about making recipes that just tastes good. Yeah I don't know but if you try food you're going to enjoy it. Yeah that's that's always. The very first and foremost is like those taste. Good people don't WanNa feel like they're giving anything All right so it's like if it tastes good and it happens to be Vegan Great. I'm going to pat myself on the fucking back. Ah Is there one dish that you made early in your veganism that you're like Oh fuck yes like I. Nail all day experiments is experimenting with Satan. An have never cooked with it before that was blowing my mind and I was like the possibilities are endless with this product. I can do anything with it in your first. Oh fucking ribs. Chicken looks like meet the texture. And if you get if you get the right flavors in your blows them away and they won't. Even there are no getting question. Diligence give me more you being over in the UK and like come into America. Do you notice any major differences and sort of like Vegan Culture Vegan. Food good question. I think if we talk about L. A. Because that's like a country on its own shake you consider in the of diversity of restaurants you know in the in the in London for example. There's a lot of fast food restaurants and often you're sitting out in the Colin. Take out such shame and I think the restaurant as in the side the size of restaurants a lot smaller the money behind all of Vegan restaurants smaller up in La. The money's bigger get bigger restaurants. Everything's bigger in America in general. So I think you Kinda homing taxes went to Austin the love. I mean you can go to a restaurant in L. A. and sit down for a couple of hours in proper dine. That's what I WANNA do when a Russian of my own so there's is definitely a difference. I think is more established here. Sure I think everyone else is playing catch up. Is that the next logical step. Now I mean coming from your cooking back and you've had two very successful books and your third one drops April is restaurant. You're next target. Yeah it feels like what makes a zen off awesome we put you on the spot stike. Ibrahim of my business partner is actually moving fashionable. I thought but I originally said that when I reach one million subscribers describe on instagram all announced where it will be okay Madera. You're like four hundred. Some of I'm on ninety nine hundred K.. God is so you've got so much faster than I thought a non of shifts get seven going but actually in the last two weeks things have happened. I'm I'm like Whoa. This is GonNa Happen New you man. I know twenty twenty coming up me so I don't really. I don't know how much I can say. But the restaurant Sean is being a dream of mine since I was a little kid. I JUST WANNA feed people I WanNa create incredible dining experience whether you're vegan. Not You're going to enjoy and you're going to be be entertained. Because I think that's what fuel about it's about entertain whether the The server comes round and cavs something in front of you or this flames going on in front of you you I know I just WanNa create something really exciting for for people so I I feel like that gets lost time in the kind of modern restaurant experience. It's like no you're asking people to spend their money. You know they could. They could eat at home. They could save their money and it's expensive to go out. So what are you giving people. And you're going to give them a show and handful Bali and stories to tell lots of plants through these volumes. Poison I five year plan. Boy I am I have my apartment. Looks like kitchen fucking plan. Isn't it just clean the F- You just make sure mine is kind of. I think I've talked about this. I think it was somebody else's park. Yes I started getting implants when I was a younger. I was struggling with depression. And self harm so what I would do like nights were horrible for me so I would. The hardware store would be open 'til like midnight right so if I was yeah when I was struggling and I said I'm really bad night is I would go to like the ED nursery part of the hardware store and I would walk around and I would find plants that I didn't like know anything about pull my phone out. Look all this information on him. You know are the fragrant flower. How do they grow? Do they like sun humidity stuff like that an over by that plan and I'd take it home. Well I can't kill myself now because WHO's GonNa take care of this fucking plan my whole fucking. Yeah so now like my apartment and like my friends who know that like family. That knows that about me now like when they come over and there's just like a jungle in my apartment Armenta like due to you. Okay this this is the static. We'd plan just I. I've got a couple of ladies. You do real connection with the way twenty five days on this trip. I'm sending people. Hello timer take care of him and you got the French. Check it up on the wrong here on time Why leave town? I feel crazy. Just stick your finger on the top of the soil moisture plan. I'll tell you fitness one. It back to the bucks so people don't seem to understand like how much labor goes into writing these cookbooks and you're doing them back to back to back. which which is exhausting? We now g you like help take all the photos are you food styling to or you just like grinded out in the kitchen and writing all the copy and all that Stephanie. A heart process or a release to in a year which was ridiculous but there was just a demand for being Christmas recipe. So that's why I put the Christmas Put together almost last minute Because obviously the first book that took a year to write and once that came out I was able to focus my attention the Christmas one so they came out in the same year but they wouldn't written in the same year and I said to myself I'm not I'm not writing a book for five. Years is where we've said that so many I mean. Just keep writing them. And I don't know why it's so much work and Dolan stands. I I feel the one thing I'm good at in life I feel as it's just making food and making raspy so things will come into my constant. I was so excited yesterday on the plane coming here. Like I'm not my phone and I just start again all these ideas in my head over the last two weeks I haven't written down so I'm constantly Ri- recipes and that's the reason why decided to make a new book and in terms of the the putting the book together I'm so into its fee on so into styling. I've got so much my personality across through my foods so I cook install everything in the in the book otherwise I just wouldn't feel like it was. It was me. Ah Beautiful thank you. The work you've done is its forced art. But when you do it yourself I do think like you're saying it does help people get a sense sense of you and there's just a natural consistency that comes out that way so it's not like when people like oh it. That photo doesn't look like it's your brand. It's like well yes somebody else shot. But this it all your books and your instagram and everything. It's like like Matt was saying like when we see a shot of food. We know that it's I mean that's fucking can top branding instagram handle. I just know that. That's like your brand for Mia. She's just now. I'm big dog. altro around the woods and collect plates bowls and then they just parts of my brandon. You'll know it that play must be guys and yeah it's crazy I try and keep. Oh spare room my suitcase in my place in boys and enough clothing so they make it home to the UK. I do the same shit and then finally like if we're on book tour Morton like halfway through mountlake you. You're not allowed to go into anymore like there's no more like like you're saying only you're traveling all over the US right now and it's what an opportunity to try more food to be further inspired. I just get all those wheels turning. Have you had any amazing meals. I also WANNA shout out while you've been here in a while I mean to me you never stop learning. Yeah we cooking especially this. So much of the new so many coaches so many eight people do things different ways in awe never stop learning thus the furnace apartments so And I was in the kitchens. What feels like a dip in the ocean in comparison to experience chef? So I've got so much to take on and I don't want to go back into those eighty hour weeks in kitchens until it's my own restaurant so for now the best thing for me to do is travel and just soak up knowledge from Different Cultures and wherever. I'm in the woods so you got you got some great food in America. The best meal I've ever had Vegan meal I've had in America was in Portland and I'm I'm going to be really bad except forgot the name of the restaurant but it was Japanese. Will we'll have to let you guys. You can put some looking amazing the shame for a day but in that one day I was out of the whole book told I was on the best meal. I had You go to. They have empty lots where just park like food trucks. Go to any of those. There's there's one that's like all the Vegan or they have what they're called homegrown smoker where it's all smoked like Vegan mead and then they do it in a Burrito Burrito with Mac and cheese and then this meat and barbecue sauce so we were only never a couple of days to you and I was like I can't fit into my tour much packed host on your fucking shit smoking favor. Renault your clothes. Oh I mean yeah delicious like a fucking disaster. I hadn't had like coming from Texas like a group barbecue like so Vegan. You Barbecue is kind of few and far between and then it has to be good Vegan Barbecue. You know I've had bad being barbecue but like no that there was like that shit tastes like home. You know you have so much of a social media presence whether it's youtube or instagram late and you are shy and soft spoken. Like how do you balance balance you know wanting to get your message out there and all your beautiful food and sharing your creativity with everybody and kind of your impulse to keep things private because they do notice. You don't talk talk too much about your. You know your private life and all that stuff like how do you make that balance. Because I knew your audience feels so connected with you and they interact so so much with you. So you've done such a beautiful job of creating that balanced but I'm just wondering how you construct it. I think the more I'm doing this the more. I'm realizing that not only is cooking my passion but it's just creativity on artem put in videos together for example is a form of art and I love thinking about the process and then getting together with my amazing crew. Who are here today? You gotTA help an entourage. Uh Boys got the crave done Tom. We got another creative done. Marcus on my mate Joe. Who's just flew over to surprise? You actually helps helps me in the kitchen. All the time is amazing team and I just think that if you surround yourself with people who also your friends. It's just never feels like work. I so proud to put out the work that we're working on and unless all is so in terms of nopd too much my south out there. I don't think about it when I've I've got when we've made something that was so proud of just put out just the best feeling so yeah I guess I don't. I'm not too personal when it comes to lots of instagram stories. That too much but again. It's just about putting my art. I want people to see it. Yeah I want I want to show shut up. VEGANISM is cool. I think already call now so I have to do too much more but I just I just want to show that you can just leave it. Lead a normal life and have fun on a Vegan lifestyle. I do have one question about so your first two books. You had Vegan the title and the third book is plants. Only Kitsch. Yes what was that. A creative conversation with publisher that you were going to drop Vegan begin or just changing it to the more common parlance or just. That's just what you creatively came up with and there was no plan a huge amount of plan. But you gosh little plants in your kitchen definitely part of it. I think I just wanted to the first couple of do what it says on the Tin Vegan one hundred hundred recipes vegan one hundred being Christmas Christmas recipes and implants only kitchen. I think you Kinda uh I think I just want it to be Accessible for everyone on you know whether it's a man walking down the supermarket aisle and sees plants only kitchen simple pump the base recipes that are pro impact for busy people. I think that will just appeal to a lot more people and just make veganism more accessible so I guess there's not a huge amount of thought behind minded funds Sony kitchen appliances more kitchen Sony in the food. You how much this question for. Both y'all because I feel like a lot of love. The faces people associate in the Vegan space or health. Food in general are female face. What is your guys experience like moving through this place? You know as men and I wonder if there's questions that may become up that you think are unique she to your guys experience rather than like I get a lot of questions about weight loss which I don't give a shit about fitness and helping your sports background here in America. The for some reason they're seen gene is when it comes to not just having a plant based diet or vegetarian diet with like cooking in general is kind of seen as a feminine. And I don't know why. Especially when we sort of allies people like Gordon Ramsay or these like you know. There's so many countless male chefs that have their own. TV shows and things like that but but like most men here in America. Don't Cook if they do cook. It's usually like just throwing some meat on a fucking grill. I think this is like that's the one thing that they can do. Have you got have you gotten like has that colored. Your experience at all are one hundred center. I think when I was in the rugby team growing up and I'd say even the teacher teach you wants to said that they asked me what subjects especially subject. I was choosing a certain age. I think it's like food license on doing cooking. The teacher sat in front of all my my my rugby team doing that. That's good yeah that's worked through a kid. Yeah so chuck it now. Three bucks later. uh-huh Jim Coach is funny. So my head actually. That kind of thing was always there. And when I went into the freshman kitchens chins surrounded by Manley. Mayo's that have been around the block They are rough tough. Those guys in the kitchen motherfucker on. I grew up in the first week when I was fifteen. Sixteen in these kitchens learn how to swear in the first week some of the most Detroit. You love that saying ah it is but how does it change though like becoming Vegan so even then and whilst those in indications always embarrassed that was the chef is weird and even actually say up until the last couple of years I was still be ambassador especially a Vegan chef because people think is the most manly thing here. There's a stigma that comes with it but now I am so proud chef when you cook for someone on the they tell us the best meal they've ever had blown away you are. The man is a matter. What what you do very very high high is the best the think on its to skip cooking is my life in everything? Everything I know is my passion and I'm so proud hard to do. It's my art. Shows all honestly. Yeah I've even you know we get so tired sometimes of just looking at food uh-huh born but it's nice to meet somebody who's so passionate because you know it helps reignite our passion for the same stuff and I think that's what you're doing for people through youtube and your instagram is like. Oh yeah like I you know. I was so in love of my grandmother's spaghetti sauce that she used to make. Why don't I feel that way about everything I e like? Why don't I care any like like sort of exchanges with your audience like we had somebody whose father was in the hospital and then when he got out started cooking like our food amazing stories from people the people reach out to you? And you're like you know you're like US super proud but you just like this is weird that I'd never thought. Oh that's something that come. What feels quite naturally to me would be to helps people so much unchanged people's lives and the planet and the People's House and the animals like recipes that were able to create a helping so many things and it's not just cooking is great? Yes I feel I feel. I'm on a mission here. You're so lucky I'm able to do. It is very grateful. Yeah Yeah I'm sure the last last five years have been a whirlwind. He's going to get even him coming in. Hot Ready to relocate ready to you were going. I can say that yet. I mean his could be could be could be anywhere should be outside could be anywhere. Well so my what I'm going to say probably more than likely some West Sunny out whilst we see on these three. It's we will buy shoes. Yeah awesome plenty of vegans. Love to go to places that is like all the amenities but there's a lot of restaurants that they just have vegan options but they don't get a lot of love because it's not Vegan and it's just like like one of our favorites places fucking hole in the wall like Mexican restaurant that has two parking spaces phenomenal phenomenal. I find being coming from professional. Cooking background is the fact that when you've got those skills to cook everything you're able to translate those skills so while intervene giving cookies so we'll get the best food that we when my traveling around from known Vegan Restaurant because they know how to season there and they unfortunately a a home cooked decided are can make a good spirit bottomley's Vegan. I'm GONNA Open Russian. Yeah let me find out. Tell me about Oh man fluent you decision. I'm just saying we have some of the best goddamn produce on the planet Earth Year Los Angeles. When do you have time to check out the farmers markets? While you're here we're going to be doing cooking so we plans the way this good. We plan on doing a big beach. cookout on Malibu today to Tuesday okay so tomorrow there's one Santa Monica. This really really good. The Wednesday morning farmers market in Santa Monica is one of the best ones in southern California. You guys got to be blown away. It's like it's like world-famous yeah it's incredible this tune in these fruits and vegetables just into worse south tomato here would taste a thousand times better than tomorrow in the UK. Oh yes he didn't know how lucky you are. We know every day you can come in from Houston. I know California born and raised so I now house about that. I'm not gonNA apologize having good taste in places like I don't know I feel like I can fuck and talk to you forever. I'm super stoked on everything that you do. And congratulations on the new book. Thank you thank you have passionate people. All who are just trying to get their creativity and their vision out there for people is feel super privileged to be on this polka forefront of this the books have done incredibly while all over the world I see them in supermarkets for us. I trust me. I really like that you you from a from the very stop. You haven't just thought about that. One particular vegan niche mock. Utha about everyone sure. Sure the people that are will be inclined to pick your books are the Manley Ismael is out there who like them meeting your food meat. Meet heavy foods and you give them. The option is not the best because so someone could have told you that much. Our the people are always surprised that there's the girl involved we we don't really talk about like our personalized like I think a lot of people where they think the Michelle dating it was like we fucking broke up before I ever our brother and sister. And that's fucking weird one hundred percent strong Irish and both. Well thank you so much. 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AI Transformation in Banking Compliance - with Mark Gazit of Thetaray

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

26:38 min | 1 year ago

AI Transformation in Banking Compliance - with Mark Gazit of Thetaray

"This is Daniel Gel. And you're listening to the AI in business podcast. You've been listening for a long time here. You'll know that financial services certainly an area of. For our research work here and emerged. For that reason, we're familiar with many of the players in the financial services, AI ecosystem, innovative startups, the leaders in the big banks around the United States and wealth management firms. And this week we focus on the topic of compliance in area where Ai has rife opportunity from our recent, a in banking research. One of the most clear trance was the overlap between the natural laboratory machine learning and compliance in fraud issues, and this week we have on Mark Gaz is the CEO data rate. They raise a company that's raised a substantial amount of. Of Money to apply artificial intelligence to the compliance function mark speaks with us about where ai find that overlap and what are the real opportunity areas and I. also Kinda poke and prod mark a little bit here about how to successfully deploy artificial intelligence on what some of the challenges are to getting that done. So if you're interested in reducing risk a lot of. Of these lessons will translate to other industries. I think you're GonNa, enjoy this episode and addition to that market's been on our other podcasts, which is called. A. In financial services. If you like learning about banking, you like learning about wealth management insurance and how the world of money and the word old of monetary risk is Sir getting shifted, turned on its head with. With artificial intelligence in addition to how covert is changing priorities in financial services and be sure to go on apple podcasts or go on soundcloud or any of your favorite podcasts platforms in search for the A I in financial services podcast, it's hosted by me. We've got guests from just the financial services industry. It's an excellent show for those of you interested in that. Particular Industry without further ADO. We're GONNA fly into this episode with Mark here on the business podcast. So. Mark will start off by talking a little bit about the intersection of artificial intelligence and compliance. Anti money laundering is a bit of your world there certainly places where a fits into the works there, and also unique considerations about this wild crisis were going through as well. First and foremost before we get into the timely stuff, do you mind kind of painting the picture for the audience here as to where you see a is kinda value in the compliance picture in financial services? Yeah. Definitely. Thank you very much, I. It's great to be here again. You. Thank you, and what's happened is a world of financial crowd is definitely changed recently, maybe the last four or five years which I didn't affected the world of compliance and with Dutch more about the book of the current situation, which actually connects things are gonNA mention again, even more extreme. But did you think about the financial grandma's? Today. Nobody comes to branch of a bank in threatened to shoot them up and justice suits of money it stood happens in August. Nineteen situation criminals should be crazy. To go physically back, but they don't need to do it because everything is now digital everything is connected and you can just establish Sarah somewhat under country, the cerebral Lottomatica. Heck into people's accounts. Stealing, maybe twenty five cent from a bank accounts. But with hundreds of millions of times using their version of light and nobody would pay attention and even when people pay attention, they usually do not complain because of twenty five cents, but it sums up to maybe ten twenty, million dollars, and then these guys are not greedy. The disconnect link disappear twenty, million dollars if you won't indict somebody in Saudi country. Good luck with it Yup. And, the only way to discover this type of attack is actually using new level vintages because existing systems compliant systems were installed. Fantoni is ago, all baseline rules, threshold signatures. Modest some people, call it, supervise the I basically unique to teach the system, what you should be looking for a even your networks. If you think about it, it's machine learning. It's really You can take in your network. You show at one million pictures of a butterfly will identify all the butterflies in the world. But Schori to Scorpio assured the snake and this would miss it because nobody told the system house next looks like yet. Now, take it to the world of compliance and you know compliances. No, just about fraud. It's actually mainly about money laundering, which is today there is funding human trafficking, sixth narcotrafficking, stuff, terrible stuff, banks, Kennel, justified themselves to miss those snakes. So what they do they use because normally detection basically show me everything that doesn't look normal. Show me everything. The doesn't look like a butterfly for us this example of. Show. And your networks, and then the hippy liberal force. That is huge that united five percents forever, twenty, two, hundred, four, hundred dollars. Then you have a lot of manpower, you make me questionable question. And you miss really important. Issues and events that can be real threat. For the backs, that's why we see that compliance become stronger stronger REC-. Baxter's in billions of dollars getting huge fines, and recently we see INARA, but actually seals of bags and chief risk officer the. Bay Person Prices. Being, let go and we can give you example. I are cool. So I appreciate the high level kind of tee up and I. Think most of the audience will be familiar thematically with. The general value prop artificial intelligence clients, not only as you had articulated, you know the old rule based systems. Okay. will catch most of the time. We know a couple rules here. We've structured a Pachinko machine to detect if ticks off these boxes and we're going to flag it in investigate it. That's maybe old school, the new school you know looking for those. Those common patterns that we've seen before. You know we have many many instances of money laundering that we can flag. We can determine you know who sent it, how much was sent, what are the commonalities, and we can pick up on those patterns. You know this third level being anomaly detection. So what are the what's breaking from the normal and and how should? How should that come to the attention of of security folks yet I've said it. You're absolutely right those. Those. Effective anymore. So that what's really happening right now is so the new generation as you said, and the new generation, we it vision artificial intuition. Now, I, believe that a our founders were one of the pioneers of this movement professor Golden Medal signs. Prison, Jim on for this work when he's on the adviser Therapa professor audible, and basically the said look human been sexually very good at it in identifying this type of events when you take a very experienced investigator. And just. Look at the transactions, they would say something that doesn't look right. You know we as human beings. It's. Rena. Mattress take a kid syndicate to a new school. Verify kid with no as we don't want to go and do of Lincoln, a open source intelligence analysis of the parents of the kids which just get your when you drive a car and southern. Those annoys. You'll know that something is wrong with your car. We don't think to think about computers could do it in the past, but that's a beautiful thing that it's happening. Now in the world of diligence again, recorded division vision, some people quoted computational intuition, which is basically ability of the computer. To look at the data without prior on the sending of what are we looking for to? Saito. Something is wrong here, but it's also very good. -tunities. It's very experience real estate developers just look this place would become very successful. You don't know why they don't know why. But he does it happens. But this the discussions about threats of. Compliance, and that's basically what we do your. So. So this is the phaser talking about it and I. Think Again, the value prop, you know minus whatever buzzwords we WANNA use here. I know every vendors got their own in. You obviously have some pre robust scientists behind the scenes that are kind of driving this stuff here in have raised enough funds to validate some of these policies. The idea is that this would take us to a level beyond or or level. Flagging instances that hopefully would have you know better ratios a false positives and false negatives so that it's not just kind of. flicking the red flag up on everything because not everything looks normal. But maybe can have more granular better understanding of what what is potentially fraud. What is not now, I would imagine you know to your point of this sort of unsupervised system. Still on a very regular basis, there must be efforts to ensure that we do flag the things that were in fact fraud and that we do potentially. Potentially correct the outputs of the system if it misses something worth it, flag something that wasn't fraud. That feedback is is not it's not like that isn't happening. Am I correct I mean certainly, the intuition is built upon that ongoing feed. Maybe you could explain a bit about how that works obstacle absolutely, and you know because everything is did than the two hundred, twenty civic type describing it. lets us into some of these close. Most of our secrets. You don't have to secret sauce, but conceptually, explaining stuff for the audience would be helpful because there's no push button answers here. Right? The audience isn't dumb. So we've got to kind of lay on him. SORTA how this stuff actually operates in terms of effort. So. It actually, it's pretty cool. Stuff with us when the system in the logistics in there will. Since, you follow up for a while you know and through the progression of the. Guys on recently. Yeah. But the fact is found is just one. Symptom, but customers are using no system. The bigger and bigger. And there's statistics on average refined between three to six times. More issues than existing systems. We discover when we do blindness against existing systems, we discover things other systems. There is a manual finding on. This approach not. If I don't do that in many cases, a dozen seventy dental coverage before the extra attempt to withdraw money from a bank and. HIP now slow minority report a company. But. It's actually a very natural. It's not a secret, the implementation, how to make it work is difficult. So if you think about human beings when the we used to call in tuition commonsense got feedings, we basically instead of understanding the ideals of the features. We analyzed the relationships, ed mcgibbon example. Yeah. For example, when you will recognize. Me, tomorrow, your brain will not say, okay. So Mark's is is sixty percents. GB piloted sixty percent, the blue and thirty percent green that CETERA and this been marks years is is fifteen inches and the size of the noses finding just that's what your brain will do. You would just get the. Proportions relationships ticket to the world of compliance existing systems. You should have worked in the following way. So if your salary is one, hundred, thousand dollars a year and you have one, hundred, thousand dollars. In. Your bank account and you suddenly write the check off. It's a little by the way much more sophisticated, of course, sharing act. Like one minute checks. System, kitchen. Our system works in a totally different way. A system takes takes all the barbecues and connect the dots between those parameters and the transactions that may give an example. So he takes the same bunk that's hit won't be that transactions. Each transaction is five, hundred. Brando's you know Ronaldo's features can be first name last name and the money did use a web browser or did you use the Cetera et? Amount of money. So imagine five hundred teachers multiplied by one billion transactions like five, hundred, billion dots floating in the sky and for those. Listeners who are. Data scientists, and which is I would say that it's actually one thousand, five, hundred dimensional skype, but it's the same on. Then you connect the dots. So you have a huge mash of connections and then you look at the puzzle mutations of connections and you find. Connections. suspicious. Very to explain very difficult to implement one of the roundout trading. If you do it, brute force would take you about. Ten thousand years to calculate obviously, we found a way to do it in. The time, and then what's beautiful about you beautiful about it. Any additional input, just additional piece of data. For example, you're absolutely right. We present issues to customers, but then West the feedback we tell them look please. Monaco. Those activities. Is it three money on? Human Trafficking. What's that interface marches? So I know because I I'm familiar with broadly speaking, what you're talking about is sort of anomaly detection is one thing, but also finding these sort of Meta patterns. These absolutely micro connections between what smells like fraud and then being able to kind of scale that this is kind of the intuition idea that you have here, you know certainly a part of the future. Future of payment fraud of cybersecurity across the board of me. It's GonNa. Be Hard to get around the fact that this is this is the future, but in terms of how that system is fed you, it sounds like you're talking about the historical data of all these past payments, and then of course, ongoing people are going to be sort of feeding into the system saying, Hey, you flagged. None of them were fraud, and maybe here's why or hey, you found these things that were fraud and that was great. Thanks so much is done in an interface with you. Know I imagine my minded our read check box or a green check box. What is the feedback process? Do they talk to you the vendor in? What's what's the interface to keep the system smart and build that intuition to be correct? Yes. Beautiful. Great question actually do use condos. gotree truck. Yeah and I wish I could show it to you, but it's beautiful user interface very intuitive. Once we need to great political, intuitively, I will so need to create an intuitive user interface. That's. Challenge, there I, tell you what? Yeah? Yeah. Companies just because there's So. What we've done, you mentioned a screen on the screen. You see you'll see bubbles and the size of the Baba will be the size of the events that very similar. So we not only find those events will to group them clan. So let's say you hit a big bubble and Alibaba stopped a great. So this just in presents you bubble, it's shows the severity. You sleep severe bubble, and the bubble has ten thousand transactions with a thousand entities probably would like to push the button to hover your mouse over these. Babo, and then you see those transactions also show you what the parameters that create the relationship between them. Yeah. What they have in common, what the having. Exact Political. Timer would give you an example how it's. And then with the customer, Luke, it is suspicious activity out. Please us. Is it the? Money laundering in some banks. Might don't drink should be responding, which is a different story. Then accustomed thirds thirds look. This is. DRINK, this is not interesting that give an example be found. Out System Morocco transaction settled transactions that was very suspicious. You know Day It was one dollar transfer between the accounts second dollar second day to Dallas. Still the three dollars. Then it goes to seven dollars. It goes back to one below to the road said. Now, it can't be a pattern of money laundering that was built A. The Full Ed Section systems in this case. With customers founded was fortunate events. A husband had to pay some settlement fees to his ex wife just wanted to make a crazy. So of course, customers would say it's not interesting, and then with the system will do, they would use this input or the algorithms would use this input. The. Customers give us as the guy, another data set and basically after literally a week or two, our system will propose a color. So gray would be recognized green. We'd be transaction that these suspicious, but that it's not one of the sort of crop plants, rates actions, and then red will be responding on therapy will be entrusted trafficking and. If I recall late which is painful, but does compliance through. got. I imagine there's some kind of an inch, just important for folks listening in to be realistic and obviously as a CEO. You've got a paint the picture as you know as easy in push button as he can. But as the guy, you know educating the audience, I've got to kind of get under the hood here at what this looks like. The clearly, you know the general trend of what you're articulating I. Don't think any anybody can think mark that these old systems are going to survive. I think that what you're talking about about this advanced building set of intuition that's really extracted from very smart human. Human brains, clearly, the future here in terms of what the interaction look like. He talked about the interface making that user friendly. Again, massively challenging you guys have the funds in the runway to serve work away on that and I think a lot of other folks don't. So that's good news for you guys when it comes to working with the client, is it also about kind of training them about? Hey, look when you're in our system, here's what it's GonNa look like to provide this. This kind of feedback. This kind of feedback to to tell us didn't work. You know this was not this was a false positive or this was a false negative or to say it was good or whatever. So that a certain set, let's let's imagine how many however many anti-fraud folks we have working in the back end of you name what bank we've got a train, a certain cohort of them to do this proper sort of labelling as they work if you will. This is the. The Way? I would imagine it. We probably can't train everybody, but we train a certain number of them. Hey, look. Here's what you need to do. As you're going about your work to keep the system smart is, is that part of the training here or do you do it in stints like he come in every month and you collect a bunch of ideas I, mean, how does how does that work? Okay. So we really wanted to do it as easy as possible for A. Absolutely, right, all free lunches at smoke, take the system off the shelf you throw, it stops working, but we eliminate one very, very painful. Process and the result of thought the lead removed, which is creating rules so. month, US NO COLEMAN IBM you need to ride those rules in texts on average for months to create new multilateral. It takes four seconds for So we. But. We do have to work with our customers to create definitions because usually when you come to a bank, there is unfortunate situation where the database doesn't look. A meaningful you have, sometimes the field's not I in less than, but something like a shield number one, number two. So we need to work with them to make sure that the output that we present them as meaningful yards extremely poorly because in many cases find things that helped intuitive for young guys for the beautiful notes better expedience. The example that, yes. Something counter to this is a really interesting view mark. What do you mean? Let me give an example, and of course I'm sort of judging bid because we careful about customer privacy safer shirt for Shaw. Newspapers. So we found for one of the customer's network. Of thousands tens of thousands, people actually that's financing Isis and you know it was a really thoughtful process. Get, messages using the telegram. A the messages will transfer dollars, eleven, euros, sorting, Swiss Francs. We think there was some algorithm behind it because they knew that the way banks loop released affirms actions is using moving average. So they actually pushed the transactions every time they could be higher, so they could push the higher and more money. and. It was hitting the outside side and nobody could see it in one system discovered it. It's actually discovered relationship between many parameters and I will give you a few of them. So while the parameter was all the customers customers listening on you, but this bank has over one hundred customers so. The ten percent would. Pessimists, you cannot. Investigates than. Me Not people no way. Yeah. Oh, the customers. Currency Naturally. But this is a global banks, probably thirty percent of the customers using more than they won't currency number of counterparties for each accomplish very small in reality with you being counterparties by pizza. By Amazon, we go to grocery shops though coach Cetera. In this case, it was like on the one counterparty, which is very common. To Ula cons, but it's also very comment situation that you have your. Saving accounts, that's usually his undo on counterparty, which is a chicken account. Also? Not Very. Useful information, and of course, they were more in, for example, in the stimulus alliance. which is a business to finish the KOA CNN finished. Wasn't BUT AGAIN In Lions, if you'll have annoyed company and suddenly you. In, salute. Shoes. I would say industry misalignments but companies to buy shoes from. So, you can get a bit, but the combination of the oldest bobby was very unique nobody system helpful identified. System created automatically, of course, we have to work with accustomed to make sure that when the future. Description so would be much easier for the guys. In I WANNA wrap up on one last question here, Mark. Because again I. Think this, this paradigm that you're articulating is is one that is clearly proliferating across. So many elements of the risk related world. As you know, we can use financial services as the the core example, but it extends out elsewise fraud, anti money laundering cybersecurity. There's so many areas where we just can't rely on rules and we need a system that can grow and get smarter, but as you know mark and you've done. Done some of the hard work of actually getting this integrated within. You know some of these big banks you know the adoption from these old systems to the new is, is you know it has its hurdles when you think about the main thing that banks need to kind of overcome to embrace this new approach to be able to find a more open agile a kind of learning approach to detecting money laundering in staying more compliant, what would really has to be overcome to get there. Yup So it's definitely. Definitely. A challenge, I would say the main challenge with. Think that now? We the Kobe's Napkin. Situation. Jentzsch. I is understanding that they will change and everything is online. Oviously today when people have to work from home and customers through a access banks online, which is understanding second, his understanding that they need to deploy those technologies. It's not enough to have great the Senate within the bank integrate of wrote of smothers enrolls, and this is something that many banks have difficulty to. Get, you know people work when he is in the back and said, look we can do. We can build an offer wasn't motors and nobody would be able to circumvent. No. Every we've never. Never been in the situation where we're install system and couldn't find something that existing system missed all. But you know not invented here is still something that happens in some of the banks and there's a few. Often, invasion etcetera by the way again, because of nineteen situation against any banks would try. Optimize their costs, and there would be more welcoming extended systems, and that's something that really pushes system into the banks and the filibuster would have been naturally where people will be sort of more accepting new technologies understanding that needs to be done. Seeing ever going in Bryce off fraud in the amid actions against the banks. But they will also start looking at something that didn't do before the covid nineteen situation, which is because you know. Systems. Also seven, not of course Darrow is pretty pretty significant economic. Maybe one thing in our case when it used by sometimes ninety percent, but we also found the deliver the the time to investigate event in all cases, fifty percent less than the time took existing systems. Yup It's a big big hurdles and challenges to integrating these systems to get the culture up to speed to get people trained on new software, and that stuff definitely has a cost but. The upside is there and I think the cool thing about your world mark in terms of anti money laundering is that we can measure it. We can look at false positive numbers and we can look at false negative numbers and we can get a sense of our fraud losses in different time periods, and this is not one of those nefarious floating. Who knows if it does anything AI applications, this stuff is measurable. So hopefully that's going to. Be a plus for adoption in the future, certainly after this wild crisis here. Absolutely. Yep. So I know that's all we have for time on this topic Margaret Glad to be able to have you back your thanks for being able to join us on a in financial services. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. For this use case episode here on. Tuesday. On the I, in business podcast. Be Sure to stay tuned for Thursday. We're going to be getting into are making the business case episode. We're GONNA talk about what enterprise ai readiness actually looks like within a very large chemicals. Companies were speaking to company leadership, not a vendor. We're talking to someone at a very large public company about what enterprise readiness looks like from a deployment perspective. So be sure to stay tuned in two days. If you're not already following us on social, I've mentioned recently we have a lot more followers on twitter. Twitter. And Lincoln now for our emerge profiles, which has been really cool to see the engagement from some, you podcast listeners making it over to social. You can find a set at emerge just at sign e. m. e. r.. J. On twitter or emerge artificial intelligence research on facebook or on link to be sure to stay up to speed with all of our latest podcast, Oliver, latest infographics articles, and generally stay ahead of the curve when it comes to the Roi of Ai by following on social. So that's all for this one Florida catching you for Thursday here on the business podcast.

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177: LOA Series: The Full Equation to Transformation

Hearts Unleashed

19:37 min | 11 months ago

177: LOA Series: The Full Equation to Transformation

"Hey welcome to the hearts unleash podcast. You are listening to episode one, seventy, six, the total equation for transformation. Surprise we have one more episode of the Law of attraction series y'all I was wrapping it up on Monday, and then this week had this epiphany. I'm like I have not talked about the most in one of the most important facets of the law transformation, which is the concept to act as if this is such an important part of transformation and I don't know how I managed to leave it. Out But I'm certainly glad that I had an episode to be able to fit in here and share that concept with you. So we are going to talk about act as if and in this episode I am going to break down the equation for transformation very simply very clearly, but you gotta know it and the reason you gotTa know it is because you quit on it too. Soon, you quit before the blessing stir to rain down and we have heard this phrase act as if I'm sure you've heard it. Many times especially, if you have studied the law of attraction, but it can be challenging, it can be difficult. It can be discouraging at times if you don't really know how to use it fully So some other really valuable episodes in alignment with this is the one the difference between prayer and belief that's a good one believing what you're asking for all these episodes I talk about the faith and holding the vision so. We're GONNA talk very specifically about act as if and the first aspect that I would like to give to. You is a lower vibration. Order of act as if which you may have heard, you probably have heard it multiple times in your life and trade it is to fake it till you make it. I am very careful about using that term in teaching that. Strategy or approach however, it is very important. So I'm going to entertain the idea for a few minutes. Fake it till you make it is it's inauthentic and it triggers imposter syndrome and it's an essential phase. It's not one that you want to stay in. That's the way that I'm going to say like law of attraction one or love attraction for beginners fake it till you make it meaning sometimes, you simply have to stretch yourself farther than your belief system farther than yourself. Identity, you have to be willing to go above and beyond your limiting beliefs in your self sabotaging patterns, and honestly sometimes that's going to require you to fake it till you make it. The thing about that is you do stretch yourself one other way I like to relate to fake it till you make it is called exposure therapy owning if you fake it till you make. It and you go to this networking event and you are so fucking uncomfortable. You don't want to talk to anybody you don't WanNa do the stupid elevator pitches and business card exchanging and peacocking and chest puffing and all those things. But you you just hold your breath and you head on in and you do the damn thing and you leave having met some really valuable people. Making some great connections I always like to go into networking events and really tell myself like I'm going to walk out with at least one gem and know that although it doesn't always feel that great I know that if I do it, I will be grateful that I've done it. Now, this can be as simple as going to parties like one that will say is like Getting a reunion, a high school reunion college reunion, a family reunion organizing those events can sometimes be kind of daunting or trying to coordinate ten to twenty two maybe even upwards of fifty and one hundred people can be a daunting task but once you've done it once you've gotten together and you connect it again and you remember why you love the people that you were meeting up with like it always feels worth it but really getting there like getting it organized even if you're not the organizer sometimes just the coordination of. Do you need to stay out of town you need to travel for it how long are you going to be there with desert dress code? Like what do I need money? What are we going to eat? There's lots of these different factors that you have kind of force your way through knowing it's going to be worth at the end same thing with going on first dates or putting yourself out there in the dating world it's frigging uncomfortable. This is where you have to fake it till you make it. And that the more you do it the better it gets, and this is you just basically in in the sense of the law of attraction, you are turning the tide. Let's say you have a locomotive that is going in the negative direction. You that means you have to slow that locomotive down turn the tracks which the track and get it going on the right track and pick up speed. So as you can imagine, you have to pump the brakes I stop the negative. Then switch tracks than create positive momentum. So slowing the brakes, switching the tracks and starting to pick up speed all exists inside of fake it till you make it and the more that you do it the more you realize you're capable, you are powerful it's not so bad and you this is where the. Key to this part is where you start creating for yourself. Wins small victories, and the more victories you have is more steam in the engine and it's on the right track, and so you can trust that you're on the right track and you just keep adding steam to your engine. So this is where I wanNA talk about actually shifting from fake it till you make it to act as if act as if in the realm I'm going to lay out the whole equation for transformation now. You're my Taipei lovers You can get out your pen and paper and I will break it down for you act as if I'm gonNA keep repeating it because it's gotta be at the forefront of your mind when you are deciding to transform and fulfil a life that you absolutely love. So one important factor is to know your own definition of success. If you are chasing someone else's definition of success, you are not going to be inspired. You are not going to be motivated. You are going to sabotage that success and that progress you'll probably never even get started on it if I'm being really truthful with you and so you have to know what your own definition of success is and then you want to to make a declaration in those areas in that definition of success. So a good for example would be for me is I want to be a mom and a wife I have made that declaration. You know I thought I was on track I, married my college sweetheart I was on that track I that that locomotive was going full steam ahead and the brakes got pumped for me that train crash right off the track in certainly switching gears and getting a new locomotive going I had to fake it till I make getting back out in the dating world like I wasn't even ready until I did some healing first and then to start getting out there to go on dates to accept dates to. Ask for dates. The declaration has always been I wanna be a wife and mom I am committed to that I know that within my being right and so I have always made that declaration even days that I didn't have the faith. So I want to bring in this little side aspects of consistent faith and there are days that faith is weaker and there are days at the faith is stronger but you have to keep going in alignment with the declaration. So I've always had this declaration ever since very, very young now one thing. That, you can expect of a declaration. So Declaration step one for my type people following the notebook declaration is step one step two. Expect obstacles. And in alignment with my declaration to be a wife and mom there certainly been obstacles haven't there divorce dating weird people having a bad judge of character not being fully developed myself. Overcoming obstacles of insecurity low self worth is low self esteem undeserved kindness on love ability my own like those internal obstacles, right fear things ever working out for me fear of never being able to become a wife in mom there's lots of obstacles and I can promise you that by way of making your way to a declaration, you must overcome every obstacle that is in that way. So step three. Is Breakdowns. So Declaration expect obstacles you can expect breakdowns, breakdowns occur when you run into an obstacle. So I, go out on these dates I'm dating this guy for a couple of months and the breakdown is he's not the one and now we gotta go through a break up right that's a breakdown that doesn't feel good. It hurts you don't want to deal with that kind of heartache you don't want to deal with the idea of starting over every single time and so that leads to break down and in this case, a break up and so that would be step three breakdown step four is transformation. Right. The pain the discomfort of a breakdown, the uncomfortable ity. Yes. I probably made that word up the uncomfortable of a breakdown causes. Your transformation it causes your expansion it. Reconfigures, your DNA it shifts your molecules like it turns you into a new person and so being willing to feel your feelings being willing to learn the lessons of that pain has to offer is really a blessing and a beautiful gift and I just WanNa say we avoid breakdowns we avoid pain we avoid our feelings and therefore we avoid the breakthrough so that's actually so we're at step five. Let's go declaration step one expect obstacle step to break down step three transformation step four so that weird awkward growth phase there's probably a lot of crying. I definitely, I'm telling you that there is grieving, and if you need to listen to a great episode, it's Grieving Death with grace with Timothy, Demi that is in the mortality series, and that is a great description of transformation. So is the whole mortality series but So we're on step four of transformation and then. After you sit I call that sit in the shit. When you sit in the stage of transformation those awkward growth pains you will naturally evolve into step five, which is the breakthrough once you have fully grieved once you have fully felt your feelings, you'll get this threshold where you're out of tears in your out of sadness and you've exhausted your anger like if you. Really really sit there on purpose and intentionally you will make it through to the other side and many of you have heard me explain in other episodes how this is walking through the fire. When you walk through the fire eight singe is off anything that is not your authentic self anything that is not truly you and so then all of sudden the sunrises it's their. Things start to make sense differently and. You have these new inspired thoughts and this new level of awareness and this new sense of self and capability that you have your new, and this is the breakthrough. This step five. This is where it gets a lot of fun and you feel really powerful in certain and ready to take next steps and from here. Step six is the blessings. I call this the breakthrough bliss and blessing start to rain and your eyes are more open and your ears are more open in your heart is more open. So you're receiving you're seeing things you never saw you're hearing things differently things make sense things are clicking all sorts of synchronous knees begin to occur because of your whole process and. The back to bring in the whole act as if at every stage of this equation of transformation you have to keep acting as if the declaration is not a matter of if but a matter of when I will be a wife and mom, I know it and every stage the. The breakdown, the pain of transformation, the awareness and insight and inspiration of the breakthroughs the reigning of the blessings I am so sure at every step I am always acting as if I will be a wife and mom and when it doesn't feel good i. just I will pray I will express gratitude for what already is I will look for the lessons I will really find the gold and I just want to share this because if you act as if all the way through, it's like this golden thread that I mentioned that will pull you through the depths of the darkness into the light. into the blessings into the bliss and fun and play enjoy, and this is the law of attraction in action and you have every capability of utilizing this process all the way from the beginning of fake it till you make it persistent pursue, and then you just keep following that golden thread all the way to abundance and I wanNA give you one other example of the way that this has worked very specifically for me and in a way that various specifically benefits you I loved explaining this in reference to relationship and motherhood and wife put in all of that and in reference to hearts unleashed. I started this business for years ago I have made some really big and bold declarations that have been bigger than my faith bigger than my being bigger than my current capability and I you know you guys have heard Rhonda's name and Jill's name and they have been working with me together for the last two and three years to create this company and bring it to you and. Over the years, we have created the curriculum for transformation, which is the hearts unleashed academy, and I was on a call with Rhonda last night, and we were planning the launch of fluidity, which is the last course of the hearts unleashed academy, and we were just having this laugh and moment of pure gratitude and appreciation for the fact that act as if has gotten us all the. Way to the point of the completion of a three year project, there have been days of failed launches and months where we didn't know how we pay the bills and we didn't know where the next client was coming from, and we had to launch something out of thin air and all of those things, and it's not always been fun. There's the declaration and then the obstacles and. Then the breakdowns and then the stretch of transformation, and then the breakthrough in blessings, and we are in such a season of blessings and the reason that I want to share this with you is because we are currently launching the last program of the Hearts Unleash Academy, Transcendence, program called fluidity, and that launches this fall September twenty-ninth is the actual launch date and I just want to. Drop that on you to stay tuned for. Participating in that you guys have heard me explain the other stages of transformation, which is self-discovery and then self development and mastery, and now here transcendence, and so if you can identify where you are in any of those stages of transformation, reach out to Abigail Gaz dot com to check out what stage of transformation you might be in and my friend. If you don't know what stage you're transformation you're in and you'd love finding out and identifying that feel. Free to reach out directly, you can go to Abigail Gas Dot Com on the contact page and you can apply for a complimentary thirty minute discovery session with me and we will just chat i. want to hear about what you're up to want to hear about your life and what you're creating and what your vision is, what your declaration is and how you can constantly act as if it is not a matter of if but a matter of when. And so he goes I love you so much. I am so excited to share this law of attraction series and I wanNA. Thank you for constantly tuning in to continue to level up in your life to attract everything that you dream of desire and that you feel called to you know it's about our personality and our identity and what we want but this is also about the fulfilment of our purpose you wouldn't have your dreams, visions and desires on your heart if they weren't meant. So specifically for you like you know I use my examples and I know that my dreams are not your dreams and I know that. Your dreams are not all my dreams and so whatever it is, that's on your heart in mind please recognize that that's unique to you that special for you and it's meant for you to fulfil and this law of attraction series will certainly help you fulfil that and so will transformation. So be sure to check into the hearts unleashed academy. Be sure to check into all the resources that are available to you in transformation especially with our company with hurts unleased, we are here and we are committed to you living your beautiful heart unleashed, and here at the hearts unleash podcast, we are turning dreamers into doers I love you. Thanks for tuning into the hearts unleashed podcast. We hope you've found all the inspiration that you needed today and that you use it to take the next inspired action on new trees. If you loved the show share it with a friend, we love spreading the love for more information to listen more episodes or to shot arts unleashed head over to hearts unleashed dot com CNN next time hearts.

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Barstool Rundown - September 19, 2018

Barstool Rundown

23:42 min | 3 years ago

Barstool Rundown - September 19, 2018

"The. All right. It's it's Wednesdays. The rundown is presented by fan fan. Our biggest rundown of the year yesterday traffic day in Fanta was in every gift. Every screen shot everything. That's what we do. Chaos is a ladder fan. Gave me a great seat in the world, fancy football championship, the one in seventy five chance of winning five hundred k. if you enter with this code fan, duel dot com slash Biba you win this contest. You can enter by plane, five dollars satellites. I believe if you enter with this code win, you don't win five hundred grand you. Seven hundred fifty grand to fifty calm. I pocket where doing everything with fan duel, twenty Depa bonus on your first deposit. Vandal dot com. Slash Viva the PMT boys. They're doing trip to the Super Bowl. You get to sleep with t in the bed head to toe tote ahead though. So join we'll be playing fan all season long. It's a huge day. Are we doing? I'm slightly out. Of it in what's happening today, but we have rap battles. We doing this the end of the beginning, what's happening even I think the worst date after you a million things feel very out of the loop. Nate will be replying to my battle rap live on the rundown, Capella. So get through the pipe in play. We'll play my song right now. Mine under court. Eight has lyrics, but he hasn't made a saw. Okay. So you can hear my song back in the booth. Beat poetry, or what does he call them. It's hard. I mean he flat out was like, do you wanna like, do it live? That's where it was. Where is I. I know you guys had a closed-door meeting today. We're a players only meeting kit the coach out, where's the state? Because he left it. He was dead to you where we told him flat out, like I can't ever trust you again and he caught up understood that I was like, I kind of I need to like people talk and shit like that. So I need to make an example. So I'm going to do this, but we can make content now you're all about, hey, dominate the click of the content is good for the business. And I said, we'll take it from there. It's like a relationship more. Our work on trying to figure it out on a selfish note on performing rise, pays us rise tomorrow night house of blues. All t poured onto the jumpsuits are in. Take, ooh, maybe. All right. Relax. He wants to help. That's all store. Because it didn't thing like I'm not in this valley. The rise, pagers rise is very much. Distract you. Now you shout cocked. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So made has to go to Boggs nature to be the one who actually does the opening line of fuck Kevin Clinton, make more. That's the only line that kinda steals Kevin Clancy should've left alone. Nine remind who's on the Mark. Jordan, your Pippen, bro. This is my business. You'll limit all backseat, robbing. Listen to this shit. I go to the house. Seriously listening all week, right. Nate has done this out loud like once punk now is. Did you allow yet room. Can I just before we get to the topics, the only the only life jacket that neat can put on at this point is to make him a member of team Portland. Oh, I don't want him. Then he's he's dead because he would be somebody who turn and kill somebody like I was thinking about it. It was like the only thing that could save Nate is to swoop in at the last second, be like two or Nori. This is. Clinton? I know this much about knee. Everything that happened yesterday was not surprising, Spiderman. No, and the monkey comes out and I was a little spicy went there. I in fact that he always takes to mar. Yes, I just his tweet. We can't control that. Like he said, he saw that as much tweet something out perfectly when someone was like. So you're just saying this for clicks, he's like, well, it isn't. It isn't. And sometimes I just kind of lose track where I have. It's like, yeah. You just lose it. You are misfit your social misfits, who doesn't know what to say when and that really bitchy. Well, he goes, he'll go. Or like, then you just have to be like. He's come back. I don't care about you and your life. Okay. So. Onto the topics onto doing topics, heels. Okay. Bob Kravitz fired this worm. I do. It's full circle. Jerry blog. This champagne. You know a I and of course, little finger Gaz came as like z. Kravis fired like, yeah, it like, yeah, do the champagne like really a champagne guy. Then he started sniff sniffing through. I have a patriots bottle, so the patriots champagne makes sense that were almost rob. It almost giving him in honor. Didn't deserve. Yeah, because their major, but he was a major major time, but I want. So the problem is that it was the fake firing, right? It was like a second. He did get from real job view. He went from indie star to w officer was layoff laid off. That sucks. Yeah, it does suck for him. Now I went back. I went back and read what he said about us during the time deflate gate and it cheered me up a little bit like a porn. So he lied. So it would have been nice though. If you've got five for like a guy's name, the bark bark guy. Yeah. Someone and you're like you're in India. And if he had a real good responsive in like that bottle should be forget del, but he's never going anywhere and I'm never gonna pop it. So we had to settle for Kravitz. So that happened, just catching people up on that. What's happening now, get them quite. Oh, you got some. He's got a trick up sleep. If I, if I know the Tommy. The did a run that only when he's got something special in by the way, Indianapolis people. They're mad. Kravis good crevice a scumbag played. Oh. Seems wildly confused. We're to go coach, Tom people are gonna start dating, Tom. Kylie Jenner may news serious conversation. She tweet out randomly just had cereal with milk for the first time. A lot of milk source, Frank. The tank then tweet, I guess he eats cereal dry with soda as just drink soda. Not really shocking shocking loss as. Russell pounds. If you watch like the biggest loser, fast people always, but he's doing it. I'm happy. Forget. To be Frank anything on the story. I, this just goes to my theory that they're now cereals a pretty big one, but I do think everyone has one thing that they just missed or never tried dressing park. I think it doesn't Gaz say like he's never had a soft pretzel or something. Yeah, that's just everyone has something that they have never tried for some weird reason. And when you let it out, you get backlash. Yeah, the godfather, but serious are very hard to explain. Just not normal people there Elliot's it's like they don't live on normal food. You know what I mean? It's like the kosh Ables or whatever. The fuck. Machine gun Kelly booed. I'm going to be honest Ellis, even though I'm having a big rap performance tomorrow. Very little insight into this debate. I know it's Eminem. They call him slim shady. Other than that, I don't know much about it. Well, also to be fair. There's research. Wait in the booing is piped-in though. Already. He was doing. But if you listened to one, it's like you can't hear anything. Just before when I said already. Come on as the Wilson. It was at a festival, here's the thing. So he's in his battle with them. And now everyone's talking about him as a rapper. He's busy opening up for fallout, boy, ooh, which is like rapper street creding numbers that crowd is a fallout boy crowd. And every time he's doing namic plays rap level. Everyone boots. Fall out boy said there was spectacular. A great band. I've seen machine gun county concert you have in between the first and second quarter of a Cavs gain. What it was. That's right. Fortnight. We got two stories at chose from this been like four nights been listened like two hundred divorce cases which. Yup. And then we got this other guys in room for like six guy, just God just got arrested for threatening an eleven year old. I don't know if you go head to head. Hey, smitty. Can you go ahead and four night. He would have had been on the same team. That's him to be. If your teammate turns on you kills you, do you know if that's like friendly fire? No, I tried to do that to you. Yeah, but he probably like fucked up. The team exaggerate exact. The kid was talking shit on him saying like, oh, you're too old. You can't be doing. This came up at the top threatened to. According to the article according to the article, he the eleven year old beat him in fort night, and the older guy threatened to kill Mike. Oh, you can beat me and game online, but you can't be one the one playground that might have been it. That's what sounded like a degree. What one? Verse one, either way, threatening. Eleven year old to killing eleven year old at his school. I don't condone that at all, but there's always the element of like, oh, you can beat me like a words, but can you be in a real fight? People also like it's Chroma passion swept up in the game. Oh, you know. Marriages ending. People are dying. Nothing was right. I'm not saying it's right. I understand the logic behind getting swept up, and I also would have to know how quickly he threatened him. Like if you an incident, I'm gonna fucking. Four hours later, then it's a problem. But if you you should have like maybe two minutes after you died on the till you I know where you live, right? Some people, what do they call that? I'm going to swat. You say. Right. Good, good. No, I I don't incriminating right. We're all too now incriminate though, rap portion of the run, I guess, movement brought you by moving watches, fifteen percent off free shipping, return. Com slash rundown most watches night. Nice. Four hundred five hundred bucks MVM MBMD's Sarge. Ninety five time to step up. Your watch game, joined the movement. Now, I will say that gift. With Nate, like crawling behind me. I wasn't paying. I'll be honest that actually I was like, should I? Should I continue this? And then I saw like your reaction and what it garnered. I was like, I have to do this. You're your fucking. So I know we mean for the rundown, it'll be on, but nobody wants to see your two and a half minutes and you can hear it if you want. It'll be piped run. So now NATO shit, the hoods. And so this is your, where's your? You need a Mike, you gotta, Mike. So this is the Nate's response to the track. People have giddy, smiles, all behind us, come behind. You. This is. So this is this is like when when Drake brings a woman up to the stage and sits in a seat. Going on right here. This is I wish I need my sweatshirt fat. So this you listen to the song. This is the respond at Henry. How long ago did you listen to the song. I had those are on. He's so it's not. Oh, his his, I just you made your own. Hers. Hers was making one, and so I wrote my own. Got it. And then I did read, I skim through the lyrics on rap genius. Got it. So I have read it. Joe songs already rep, genius law. I brought it up. The fans, the whites unbelievable this again as somebody who has to perform live this very difficult. Sean, did Rhone help anyone here Rhone told me how to like not try. Not to be nervous. Got, and I was like, hey, tell me if this line overshooting by role Bill, I played my rooms in actual rap genius obviously wrong. You must love this whole bucket run yesterday. My Super Bowl. All right. This is gonna be awkward and painful deserve. Dishonest, cappella. Do you need to beat? No, no road said they don't do Chevron battles. Got to worry about Ryan finding. Yeah, just be your own beat poll. We already. I did. I don't want to also get I contact you move up a little. I can't have meat look directly me as well. Okay. Job. Brian son. Honestly confused like to have no. In fifteen years. I have no idea what is about to happen. King, let's go kings, heaven. You walk around here, like you're some type of God. You do too little rant. You record your little pod, but the truth is the truth and the numbers never lied. They have been the same since big cat said goodbye. You speak real loud about how I got pied. But when I brought up your worst moment, you palled it and you cried. It was like someone die, but the only things that died for your career and your pride. I thought you were getting hot this year. What happened to that look at you? You look old, you gross, you look fat. Wait, I thought you lose weight. When they divide your wallet in half. But if you're problems were money, you'd be flooded with wealth. Because your problem is you're the only one who thinks highly of yourself. Remember when you talk about replacing Mike on FA and now they talk about cutting your Mike off of Sirius XM. Everyone tired of your stick. It's wearing out. We get it, you're, you're hateful, you cry and you pal. I can't believe the other shit that keeps coming out of your mouth. What the fuck are you ever even talking about you say Dan and David bigger because their team's win through. Are you serious? What about your adultery in your sin? Your delusion is sky high, but your helmet is barely mids. Everyone treats you with kids close. Could you can't handle the fire? You gotta be nice. The Kevin, we have to tell every new hire who, here's my advice, you should try growing sack because the only things that back is you being a hat. So keep calling people, babe, keep doing things the same. The factor of the matter is just so fucking lame. You buy fucking sneakers like your hip in your cool, but you're the most washed up guy picking kids after school. If they've been fucking what you. I don't know, the lawyers rules, I guess it's just half the time cheating. Fooled. But the latter yell, the further you fall you fall and you fall and you can't take it at all. So you take it out on me because you think that will call call and say, I didn't mean at all, but I meant every second every second you saw you saw what ic- and you saw that your small Dr Seuss over here tonight. KFC don't take it personally, but maybe now you understand the next time you should think when you act like a boy instead of acting like a man. Pretty good. That was much better than. Pretty fucking good. I don't know what's going on around here, but that was pretty good. I mean, I I was much more better performance than those boats. Thanks. Point. I didn't think you remember delivered. Thank you. I don't. Now I told. You're the fucking shaking, hands on. That's the rough game, Dave. Is it guys in battle? All right. That was vicious. This reaction to his. Already read it. Yeah, I've heard his part yet. I all here on the rundown. I mean, geez. So was that like should we play Kevin's? I guess now was that, is that something that was an? I don't know if this is like a or meeting where it's just like everything's fair game basically, is that there's things I wasn't going to touch. We wanna. We said it was a rap battle. The gloves are off. I think we do have to it is weird not to listen to your show. People know his job it in over his art in our reaction, sharp play. It. Well, how would we hit Kevin. That was wife. Think it was gonna be that hard. You went hard in the paint. Oh, I'm not saying like, I have all peop- lyric in runs engines rise. That is not what it is. I don't know what I said by Garin to it would not be beeped out. Modern day. Rap battles are still based on. No, there's no that he's had his weird that was taken out was not as bad as it was more well. I mean, a lot more has gone on, right, I don't. I literally don't remem- more graph like it was more. It was very graphic. What do years away he did it. All right. Yeah, I guess we do that. Time is right now. Down here. Rotan do we have to get to that doesn't matter. Call Newburn out three thirteen call new Burnell boy. Oh, we're going to. L. everything should be soft. Yeah. Who's on the bus with Jim. So can you bring that team Portland jumpsuits. Yeah, so right? Yeah, it's weird not to feel like. Go, let's go Kevin. Oh, no. Get them king. Get, you know. Does everybody here have everybody here heard this song? I haven't heard it around to like a couple that I did not click the win. I go. There's a rap battle. It's time to wrap because every Kaz snapped is running his trap. He's in the deep end over his head in need of a raft, just like that little face so widely. It's a need of a mask little Nate Dogg and couldn't focus on one little test. He crossed the line at happens at mar, so that's fine. But not when you're the little bald bitch boy who had Mitchely lies crimes. You made a personal is true. Fucked up with my wife. I had sex with two girls, two more you've ever seen in your life. Yeah, listen, I cried on the radio. The whole planet was listening. The last time you had an audience at the church at your christening. You're dead. We just like a casket. Here's a question. Nate. Let's ask you, are you really atop to blogger when the top four have moved past it. The thought nas- the truth that's facts did nothing, but charity laugh out loud and Nate Dogg as probably a rarity that think we was teamed up together. We came at Rico those days are in the past. Now I'm gonna tell you Tico. Without me, there's no, you put you on a had to the last five years. The laughs come with you the coming at you. Nothing new here from saying what the world thinks you're the only single person doesn't know you fucking stain. You're hypocritical misfit who everybody pity's not shred up, not a shred of relevance since barstool broke it down to cities. So let's talk about it every night. You took that pie a solid months straight. We heard little and Rick. Nathan cry. And despite your diva antics, despite you constant crying, I was there at had your back and put up with your fucking wine. Same thing that happened at the fronts out the happy hour on then we're have a podcast co never be power eighty-five. Look alive. The free rights fucking over Nate dry your eyes. Tap those keys go home and fuck and masturbate. Time to pay Tom to visit the piper. Homey faces targeted again, kill shop from the sniper. Homey, hide behind the same of lies and tired. Excuses. I'm gonna leave you to your wounds, let you tend to your bruises, but just remember who you're talking to when you flex because then we can keep a Copacetic. We won't have a mess. I got nothing to lose. I don't fuck around such a fucking mountain of mutton. I was stop punching down. That is a rough. Dave winter. Lost lost the clubs. Clubhouse donate it is we just have anything. He wanted. He wanted. Nappi. Rundown. 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Episode 559 | Bootstrapping a Two-Sided Marketplace with MicroAquire

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Episode 559 | Bootstrapping a Two-Sided Marketplace with MicroAquire

"It starts with the rest of us episode. Five hundred fifty nine welcome back. I'm rob all and this week. I speak with andrew gaz decky. He's the founder of micro acquire. Talk a lot about bootstrapping. Two sided marketplace in a competitive industry and andrew talks about the future plans for micro acquire. I didn't know much about andrew before chatting with him today but it turns out that he grew a up app essentially bootstrap that he raised. Only one hundred thousand dollars and he grew it to ten million in annual recurring revenue. It's an app called business. Apps is e any s. apps dot com started building it in college sold it in two thousand eighteen and he described it to me as we or wicks for mobile apps and it's still operating and serving customers but pretty pressed with that as a background gives some credibility for someone to be able to build an app to that level and then exit. And we don't spend too much time talking about that part of the story. We focused on micro acquire which is a website that helps match buyers and sellers of smaller software and ecommerce startups. And you'll hear a little bit of that story of of him. Thinking of and then launching micro choir and then bootstrapping that two sided marketplace right getting both sides of the marketplace and thinking about you know what is the value that he's trying to offer different than all the other offerings already available on the markets to help smaller early stage mostly bootstrapped founders exit their businesses. But before we dive into our conversation. I wanted to let you know that applications for our next batch of tiny seed opened up on august ninth. If you're interested in joining our fall twenty twenty one batch it'll be between fifteen and twenty ambitious beat sas companies head over to tennessee dot com and hear email if you're looking for a bit of funding a lot of mentorship a lot of guidance and what has become an amazing community of sas founders. Helping one another out tiny seat dot com. Enter your email to hear about once. Applications are open and one other topic to cover before we dive into the show. I got a really thoughtful email that i wanted to share on the show. And it's about my episode episodes ago. Investing for founders. Where i talked about how to save for retirement thinking through index funds and this emails from paulson. He's the founder of market. Beat which is a very large and successful financial tracking website. You can track stocks you can. You can do all types of stuff you can check it out. If you're interested in. So i i take matt recommendations and thoughts on financial stuff especially the stock market very highly because he is knee deep in it and has been for the better part of a decade. So i'm gonna read just brief excerpt from this which again i really appreciate it. Take with a lot of way. He says hey. Rob i just finished listening to the latest startups for the rest of us. Podcast i wanted to pass along a couple of notes that i've had good luck with that weren't explicitly mentioned in the show. Maybe you've thought about these things. I ready. I wanted to share them. In case any of it is new information number. One you mentioned you have some money sitting around in traditional iras. Have you considered paying taxes. Now in doing a conversion to a roth. If you do the conversion you have the ability to do a back door roth ira which allows you to do annual contributions to an ira even though you and share are probably over the income limits and this is more advanced this is next level stuff right. An investing for founders. I was trying to do just wanna one basics but back to a roth iras. You should google him if you don't know about it if you're cpa tells you you're over. Income limits absolutely talk to them about doing a back door roth. It is something that i've been aware of for for several years and it certainly beneficial to those people making more than the income limits for a roth. Ira contributions number two. If you running payroll for yourself through an entity you can contribute around fifty seven thousand dollars per year tax deferred through a 401k plan and this is great solo. 401k's are amazing forgetting a lot more money and then just the whatever it is five or six thousand dollars you can put into an ira. There's also there's this is all us but there's simple iras their sep iras which business oriented and then there's 401k's which i believe allows you to maximize it. So as long as you have a provider who can take up know the burden off of you of running an operating that if you are running payroll for yourself and you want to get more money tax advantaged or tax sheltered in this case which is a first world problem but it becomes a problem further into your career you get and you start getting returns on things whether you've done real estate investments whether you've invested in your own startups whether you've invested in other people's startups get a big influx of cash. And now you have something that it's going to grow and you're just going to be eaten up by the taxes on it and so getting into the government sanctioned this is all within the rules of everything is something to really be thinking about point number three health savings accounts you can stick to seventy two hundred per year in an essay for your family. You have to be on a specific type of health plan that allows it's a high deductible allows hsa but you've got to look into that depending on your state and your plan and all that stuff. But yes i had known about action in about all three of these things. But i really. These are more advanced next level approaches to getting more stuff tax advantage. And i appreciate it matt reading in to wrap up his email. He says. I also wanted to let you know you are right on. A most people doing vanguard index funds for most people's exposure to the market be doing term life insurance and see dollar cost averaging into crypto. Great advice there so thank you so much for weighing in. This is what i love about. This community started to the rest of us microsoft. There's a lot of smart people and a lot of smart people with very niche focus in very deep expertise in these different areas. And so if you hear an episode started for the rest of us and you feel like this is an area that you'd want to weigh in on please always feel free to reach out questions at startups for dot com and with that. Let's dive into my conversation. With andrew gazza decky and his experience building and growing micro acquire over the last eighteen months. Andrew gaz decade. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me on the show excited. Yeah i am too so folks heard in your intro that you basically mostly bootstrapped business. Apps to ten million a are raised only one hundred thousand dollars. Why did you decide to sell. It was it. Was it three years ago twenty eighteen. Yeah so again like facebook updates and like obviously announced. It's all my friends on facebook and family so it was three years ago in may. The reason is clear. I was tired. So the story behind ask started up. I started in college zero experience. I'm goal Previous jobs at sears. Got fired from a graphic design job. Before that and i had just ran the business for such a long period and candidly just got an offer. That was hard to refusing. Yeah when you raise capital even those one hundred thousand you still have a fiduciary duty tier investors and so. It was a win for my team win for my investors and a win for me personally and also the customers at business apps if you go to business com still up in so many gaps really like the firm. So short version is i. I was exhausted. Mike know they say you're in a startup. Is like a in like cat ears. So being i sold it when i was twenty nine and i wanted to move on something new wanted to do another startup but yeah i was. I was tired. And i felt i took the start up as far as i can take it in. I didn't have any plans to handed down to my children or anything. Like that so candidly. The business was built with getting acquired. Mind and when that opportunity came that happen. That's great and that kind of gives you the luxury. After having that first exit of start crazy ambitious not that business absolutely am bishops but crazy ambitious offerings like micro acquire. Which is you know. I think what what. I wanna d- into a lot today. When did you launch micro acquire and actually before we do that. Can you tell folks what it is in your words. Yeah so micr. Acquire is a marketplace to help founders. Get acquired so if you're a startup founder you can list your company on. Mike require completely free. There's no commissions there's no fees there's no security and we allow founders to connect directly with buyers and really the idea behind it was based on my situation with business apps where there were signs where i just wanted to potentially sell the company i was exhausted meeting buyers especially when you have a smaller business can be not as easy when you're when you get to you know. High revenue marks peeve firms and others who requires reach out but for smaller businesses. That's not the case. So i saw large opportunity to help ontarians get acquired. And that's what we do so short version. It's a marketplace to bind sell startups. And what year did you start at. So i had the idea for it. Maybe like two years ago. I usually january twenty twenty on product. Time right before cove we have right before it in actually A lot of people don't know this. But i hear a lot of excuses from people about like how hard it is is targeted company. Especially if you have a job you got a family bob. Aw i became a dad in october. I've a wonderful son Coming up on two years so it just became dad. He also had called twos. If you have cable colic it's tough. Yeah so wasn't sleeping. I was also sierra to come to spiff whereas leaving their sales and marketing team just sold my second company all coin. I was in like the top one hundred players like the super unhealthy need something to do and i wasn't sure if i wanted to see again so i was looking for a number two role so took over their sales and marketing team. They had raised about six. Million revenue was around zero. When i joined helped him grow to bow two million in annual current revenue and then they secured fifteen million series from norwest venture partners and then at that point so i was running micro power in the background of the whole time i just became. A dad was managing a sales team and also taking over marketing because donna's Handling that and running. Mike require completely on the side for free. Just because i loved it i thought it was. I love startups. I love helping entrepreneurs in this series was closed. I felt my job's done. How find a replacement for myself. And then i started folks on my her fulltime. Got it and well. I guess the question you said you you focus on smaller helping. Smaller companies founders a smaller company. So what do you think of is your sweet spot. I'm presuming. There's a revenue range that where micro choir is perhaps ideal in your mind so the largest transaction to my knowledge is developed over five million. There's definitely buyers in there that can transact in the hundreds of millions for sure it just depends on the business. We see a lot of businesses that range from low seven figures profitable mid six figures profitable. That's kind of the sweet spot but over time we wanna move up to serve larger businesses with other third party services that you kinda need when you're selling a larger business so right now. Six seven figure revenue. Mark is kinda where our sweet spot is mostly bootstrap profitable companies lodge a really cool niches like marketing automation platform for dentists as making like a millionaire like i love seeing those businesses. But that's that's where we are now but You know we're gonna we're gonna be looked to be going margaret two to five ten potentially twenty million revenue companies. Got it. that's interesting. I would have thought the range would be lower because i feel like that. Six to seven figure. Low seven figure ranges covered well by a lot of the brokers in the space. I guess how do you see yourselves as being different from them. So what we're doing on. Mike requires consolidating industry. So we wanna work with brokers so there's always going to be a free option to sell on microbes. Sort of our. You can list your start up. We'll get listed in minutes. Dow work that a broker does typically takes like three months. We get you the live on my required introduced to buyers within a day. And so we're building out. Auctions where think of it as like an upward style directory regan higher proper legal council. You can emanate advisory business broker. So we're going to be aggregating the entire industry into one single marketplace. So rather than just being one boutique brokerage firm we're bringing all the best advisors all the best business brokers that specifically focused on sass or ecommerce or directly consumer mobile apps or crypto. Whatever your business may be so. That's kind of the plan. And that makes sense for businesses if you're going through the satellite changing acquisition or you have no idea how to sell like you don't want to sell and that's really the main benefit of working with brokers you don't have to handle everything they can run the process for you. We're gonna have the ability for you to hire those people but a much lower rate than you typically would add a regular brokerage firm. Because that was that was gonna be. My question is as you go up market. I mean even in a multi-million dollar sale oftentimes the seller needs a substantial amount of hand holding. Maybe their books are in bad shape. Or maybe they just need the. I don't know there's that moral support or they're kind of freaking out and they don't wanna sell or they don't like the terms and they tried to rage quit the thing it's like i've seen the brokers aren't just matching buyers and sellers brokers are they offer additional service beyond that you know the hand holding aspect is that what you're saying is that longer term. You think that you will have basically a marketplace of brokers to help people with a higher touch sale as soon as you get into a few million or if you do like a twenty million dollars sale. I mean there's definitely high touch on both sides i've seen in. Nba's sitting there taking weeks to put together financials and arguing with consultant on the other side. Who says oh. These financials are and you're wrong. And they're auditing them in this and that right that's at that dollar amount that becomes an issue. Yeah so i mean. When i when i saw business this a good use case. I had light advice from a friend. That was investment banker. I'd ask him questions. Like is this normal for due diligence. He'd say no. Or yes. I'd say show santa's email he'd say no go to bed like you know it's it's an emotional process especially if it's gonna potentially change your life so we're going to be building a directory that not only provides services that emanate advisor would provide or broker would provide but also due diligence or even wealth. Planning like after you sell your company like for me. A business apps. My law firm was referred to me by an angel. Esther and just said okay. Cool use them. The guidance at a god from the investment banker and he did free just as a friend which was super helpful. Like you address the mental emotional of it because you want this deal to close than sometimes like we had a couple of false starts so we had circled closing dates and they need a little bit more formation so it can be a roller coaster. If you're selling a business for ten five million dollars it makes sense to get some help and so when you go broker websites you know you see typically the same thing it's like. Hey we got a ninety five percents success rate bob blah but we're gonna be providing almost like a yelp style. Directory regency real reviews from entrepreneurs. Were really really like to work with the acquisitions that they closed segment law firms like what was their process. Really building this for entrepreneurs so obviously there's a lot of really really great brokerages in the industry today but we feel this market is much bigger than just two or three big players. Is the ladder really really. really great. Boutique emanate firms. And so we wanna work with them involve them in the community and really just build this for entrepreneurs so if you want to sell your company like using business apps as an example. I can go on a mike require. I can connect all my metrics where i don't have a. Vp finance can connect stripe mobile or whatever amusing for billing. Mike google analytics or traffic. If i need help with the the valuations i get that all the resources that you could possibly need and then immediately start meeting buyers and then transact and end on the platform without ever leaving so i've bought and sold businesses websites all the things from all the way from flip to forums. That don't exist anymore. I've had Investment bankers giving me me advice. I've worked with the main brokers in the space and what i've seen. Is that like the smaller purchase price. Smaller transactions are the ones that tend to be simpler get into the millions. I mean again. I've seen mba's who have to go through the books to make sure that everything is is intact and that that you can hook stripe there might be anomalies there or maybe you have invoices that were paid via check right. There's always exceptions that. Come up in these complex transactions. What's your sense of like cannot be automated or is that where you have to get someone involved whether it's through the marketplace you're looking to build or whether it's just bringing in outside help much like a realtor i think of red fin and zillow right there these big marketplaces and then i think of a realtor and realtors can come in and help you say you know this is what you need is direct one on one advice to help you improve the value of the house. We're gonna stage it. You need to get rid of all this stuff. You need to put this paint on here and there how do you. How do you see microcredit feeding into that or zillow. Where are you going to be because we're talking about the future now right. We're not talking about today. Yeah you'd know that. So we're voting. The zillow of emanate has kind of been won't even saying internally where you know what is your startup really worth. Renamed data driven valuations based on what we're seeing in the marketplace. You can connect your financials. I mean give you a range based on what we're releasing the market. But yeah like we're describing is your diligence. Lots of this Really can't be automated. Maybe they can. We're going to try. But yeah you need someone to like really get books in order sometimes like when i saw business apps half of the conversations was with i see vo like do you have these financial documents in order. How many support tickets are you taking day. How fast you answer them. Even just doing tech goldie diligence and that sort of stuff so getting held on all fronts but more importantly just educating entrepreneurs on this. That's a big selling point of brokers as we're gonna educate you on how to sell your business but with mike require. Our customer is not the buyer like we appreciate buyers but we're not gonna be the marketplace where hey come here and you can get saz companies at profit times you now. Three to four weeks mash we smash down the price so we can sell his quickly. We're allowing founders Really empower themselves. So when they go to the table with buyers their advantage because right now they're at a disadvantage both from an educational standpoint and experience standpoint. So we really want to help. Entrepreneurs get the highest price for their company from the best possible pool of potential buyers. And then if they do need those additional resources like they need even just light advice. So you'll be able to hire emini advisors for ten hours of guidance. If you don't wanna pay a fifteen percent commission you can hire someone for ten hours five thousand bucks just few questions if you want someone to run your whole process Negotiations depending on the size of the transaction. You'll be able to do that too. But i i hear you're saying i mean when you get into due-diligence request made in those things. They're hard to automate the you can't just have like hey. This company is absolutely perfect. Even if you do automate it. I would want to verify it and i would probably hire someone to me. What does on that so you know. Other things were looking at is astro- we think there's room to improve as well. We're bringing legal counsel in house just to provide the council for entrepreneurs as well looking to sell the confirmed light advice or just package services got a lot of work to do. I mean that's as short story so to date. You launched in january twenty twenty which is about eighteen months ago. What metrics are numbers. Can you share in terms of how many companies have sold through micro acquirer dollar amounts. Just whatever whatever it is you're sharing in public. Yeah over three hundred acquisitions. Over one hundred million dollars closed deal volume we have about seventy thousand registered buyers adding about three hundred plus daily. Were in the top four thousand in visited websites in the world so we surpass flipper. I believe don't quote me on. That might change in. I love to i mean. I think they're a great marketplace in. They serve millions of entrepreneurs so another fan like to add. Who is you know. We do have competitors in industry but really. We're just building another option for entrepreneurs this other business but yeah we see acquisitions. Almost every other day. I get emails day. Bought a company for honor k fifty k. A million dollars two million dollars. So it's been really rewarding. Just being able to help entrepreneurs in that way because when those acquisitions happened like that's how weddings get paid. That's like how down payments on houses get paid. that's how decades pay that's like the exit is such an important part of the founders journey and there's never been a modern marketplace for emanate and that's what we're looking at micro for he had. That's a trip that three hundred a lot in in eighteen months. I'm actually surprised that it's that high. How did you take a step back. When i first heard about micro choir and it was sometime last year. And i don't remember when it was but i remember thinking this isn't going to work okay. I'm the perpetual skeptic. Right this has already been done. Like flippers out there. There's all these other things that do this. How can he possibly get a two sided marketplace to work. You know in a space where there's already a lot of competition. So how did you kick start this like. How did you get enough businesses on the site to make any buyers want to sign up. And how did you get buyers to come. I mean you are to date said from the funding whereabout mentioned that that you raised in the past couple of weeks here but you had effectively bootstrap funded at yourself. As far as i know. So how did you possibly get both sides of that marketplace to get to critical mass. Yeah so the first thing. I did was opened a pretty large cold. Ebony campaign received the marketplace just educate both buyers and sellers. And then just got on the phone with a lot of seed investors angel investors. Vc's funds to see a buyer side and then also corporate debt teams just gather feedback and then also reach out to a ton of different start-up seeing if they would be interested in potentially listing in selling and that was the initial seed and then once we launched makwerakwera just exploded from there. We saw thousands of users space It's conscious been up into the right presents. And i'm sure we'll go through some bad times. You know this is my first started. So i understand things are going well right now but we still have so much work to do and so many things that we wanna do in so many things that we wanna innovate on and so many problems that we wanna saul again. Everyone i is it. Also at everyone i hired for my group wire was with me for acquisition of business. Apso might be product. Might be engineering. My cfo my vp marketing. My old Creative designer starting next week and she's awesome so we're basically building the platform we we had when we when we went to sell business apps so initially seeding the market just short answer there. Which is a tunnel hustle. Just basically getting on the phone people. This is something that i think. A lot of founders are scared to do like actually talked to people actually get feedback but in the early days. It's those critical thing you do. I'm still alive chad. Not as much. Nearly i only man if it's like at question but i answered every i took every single call. I answered every single live chat. I sat on that thing sometimes like ten just to really figure out. Product market fit like. What metrics do you need is a buyer to feel comfortable potentially be interested in acquiring this business like how can we make this marketplace better than haggling bill. This four the started community. So i would say that was probably the main thing is just speaking with people who were already in the start biko system in were already actively either looking to sell have previously acquired companies or previously sold companies and i to him about all the current players in the market today. What what are they like about them. What do they not like about them. And i took all that in and built marketplace around that. I want you know listeners. To take away. Is i get emails conversations. Private emails have been public emails to the questions at stark's arrests of us line here about starting to set marketplaces and what most people don't realize is the sheer amount of hustle that it takes to get that kick started that it's not about. I'm gonna do some seo here. I'm going to launch on product tante and read it or hacker news or whatever and build that marketplace you have to have enough of both sides in place already that it makes sense to then launch on product which is what you did and the cold emailing the calling dozens if not hundreds of conversations is often what it takes to get a business that once. You built that. Flywheel as you said it. Sounds like it's started to spend product hunt. God it's spinning and then more and more people hear about and it becomes a virtuous cycle. But when you're starting out there is no. There's no cycle to there's no movement and so congratulations on your fundraising this completely coincidental. But you and. I've been trying to get you on the show for a while and finally our schedules made up. And last week. I see micro-car raise two point. Eight million dollars. Twenty two million dollar post money valuation so going big with this thing and i can tell by your vision and the way you've been talking about it so my question here is. How is this adventure. Scale business if you're not taking a percentage of the sale. Because i think you're at a twenty two million post so for investors to be happy you're selling for at least one hundred million. I'm guessing at that point. They're not going to be happy. 'cause that's only five extra turn i don't know much about the firm it's investing but usually they want at least a ten x and probably want issue for half a billion billion dollar to get to that amount you're going to need to get to what a fifth or a tenth of that in revenue. So we're talking. You're looking to get to fifty to one hundred million in revenue. I'm just ballpark. You have not told me this. I don't know any inside. But this is just how the venture world works right now. I believe you're only revenue stream. Is that you charge buyers two hundred ninety dollars a year right to be on the like the premium list. So where else is money going to come from. The pool in the world just isn't big enough at two ninety a year to get fifty million or a hundred billion in revenue. Where else is that revenue gonna come from as you scale. Yeah great question so completely agree. We're not gonna build under five hundred million dollar business off of premium buyers subscriptions but the goal is so we have been emanate directory. That were releasing. So these emanate advisors are going to be charging for services whether that's a five percent success fee seven percent. Maybe it's five hundred hour. Whatever maybe we're gonna take a commission of their commission so were going to be focusing on bringing in as much supply because most business brokers again. I like i'm a big proponent of talking to customers before you build this out and what i learned was most business. Brokers spend half their time in sales marketing and so we have thousands of startups on microsoft's right now that could potentially ogden and hire them for their services and so for that referral. We're gonna take commission off of that. And so once you add that up especially as deal sizes increase. The numbers get pretty interesting. And then we have other items over that were lining up in terms of revenue. Streams one is. If you're in emanate adviser or broker going to be able to list on mike require and then we don't know the fee structure on that yet. These are just ideas but not only. Can we help. We wanna help brokers succeed as well. There's thousands of boutique emanate advisors business brokers managing a handful deals. They're not a big firm regis. Get a junior associate. You're working directly with basically a bad ass. Who handles deals very selectively. And you'll be able to hire that person. And whatever their rate is you'll pay that and then we'll take a referral commission based off of that and then on top of that burlington and bring in as many brokers emanate advisors possible to allow them to list their deals on micro prior to increase supply even further so again. Don't know what that model like but dads the the two new revenue streams that we're going to be introducing that also applies to legal services as well so all the additional third party services all optional. Again you could still sign up a microphone sir. Your company completely free never higher broker handle the process entirely yourself. We're still going. Innovate on things. Like again valuations escrow being able to transfer. The assets is a huge headache. How can we improve upon that. Rethinking big on all those items. Another revenue stream is is lending. so we've secured. I can't say who but we secured a partnership with startup as recently raised. Think like three hundred million dollars are looking to finance sas acquisitions with over a million revenue. So that's another line item of potential revenue where we can help entrepreneurs expand the buyer pool so more buyers now ford businesses because they have financing available and then we take the commission off of that referral as well so those are just three. But we're going to be thinking more. Just how can we add so much value to entrepreneurs weinstein company. They'll happily pay for these services so they're not released the app. That's kind of in in the work. So short summary is third party services and by referring those third party services remain taking a referral fee from those got it so as we move towards wrapping up. I have one final question for you building building this business now for eighteen months through a pandemic built a decided marketplace essentially from scratch. What's been the hardest thing about doing that for you. Personally i mean big fan of booed shopping big fan of really capitol efficient businesses. But it's it's hard. I mean i was working four. Am to eleven pm. ni- family responsibilities included. I take out the trash and pick up dog poop every thursday. Do the dishes. Those are my chores around the house. So i was just i believe in this and so those are the hardest fire. Which is the sheer amount of work to get this off the ground. I think that's a lot of thing. That's a big thing that i think a lot of untruths to understand. It takes a lot of work to go to start a going in. So i put in that work and i'm fortunate to have a team to help me work more on the business rather than in the business but short answer is working in the business. Blessing in a curse. You know that really allowed me. To really figure out a model that allows you to move up market to really aggregate. This industry provide more value to entrepreneurs looking this other companies but it was a ton a ton of work so i would say is working in the business was definitely the hardest thing and i do quite a bit. And that's that's my goal. I literally before this podcast. I was talking to my team guys. I'm overwhelmed and i tweeted something out like. Seo should not be working more than one hundred hours a week like delegate fires. M- enable your team to succeed so doubts that's been the hardest part so probably within a month or two. That be lessened but behalf Short working in the business doing everything for marketing. Product management customer support sales like everything that was art have got to wear a lot hats in their early days. So it's a ton of hard work will start. Thanks so much for for coming on the show. Folks want to keep up with you. You are a gaz decky on twitter. It's a g as e. d. e. c. k. i. and of course micro acquire dot com. If they wanna see what up to thanks again for joining me. Yeah i appreciate it. Thanks again for joining me today. If you wanna connect on twitter at walling and this podcast is at startups pod. And every week we actually tweet a cool little video clip of the guests. And i usually at sixty to ninety seconds taken from the episode. You can check that out if you would like it or share it. I would always appreciate it. I'm definitely looking to get the word out about startups. The rest of us in any help you can lend is always appreciated next again for joining me this week. And i'll be back in your ear buds again next tuesday morning.

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Dan, Gaspar is live on the view hats up IX are in the house with will be I'll be huntsmen joy. They are sunny hostage in Meghan McCain and Ana Navarro now, let's get things started. Everybody at welcome to Biro. So we'll be still under the weather. She doesn't feel well sorry to say she'll be back. Maybe monday. Maybe I don't know Abby out. Also, she's on a sinement, but you lucky people still have the four of us. Yeah. Really been strangled by jewelry. Looks great though, I do know there's a few people who would like to strangle you. So for weeks people have been guessing, the identity of the masks singer, you watch that show and judge a cold shares Zinger even put one of us on her shortlist last night. I take a look. Nicole? Do you believe this is? Going to throw a curve ball. I don't think we've said her name yet. Megan McCain, maybe from the view. Thanks. He wasn't the only one that me thought you were behind the mask. Oh my gosh. All right, would not go get a bagel without someone being like gear the raven. Right. And some of their clues they were trying to throw them off. She said she's like a Phoenix rising from the ashes Phoenix, obviously recently suffered a loss. No, one talks more than her. She hosted. It's joe. I mean, a bird's eye view from debt. So I was getting this literally like, I only wear can you can you say. Right. You would also run out of your screaming thinking, and I love Nicole Scherzinger. And I can't believe she knows my name pussycat dolls, please come back. Incredible. But it wasn't me. And I also love Ricky lake. So I realized she could sing, but she was she started hairspray. So she really good and birthday wishes. Danna? Oh, my nana's a hundred and seventh birthday. It's incredible in rentable that's eight hundred and fifth birthday. And I'm going to hurt party over this weekend in DC in. It's just an she does the most that, you know, where hoist woman she has got the most gorgeous. She's she's always senior nanna with a hand at a place. Now, she sleeps. What is the secret to her longevity? You know, it's really amazed drink bourbon or like, I know she is she's got when she was younger a lot. Really? I don't have a law, but I should definitely smoke. Didn't it, you know. She's I don't know. My she's been through. She was born before the Titanic sank and she's been through wars title for the Titanic sank. And she's just she watches the view. Whatever. And it's just amazing. All right. So let's talk some news as the mother investigation winds down. The Democrats are just getting warmed up house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff, says they're investigating quote credible reports of money laundering and financial compromise related to Trump's businesses. Guess who's not happy about this watch? He's just a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. And I think that's fine. Because that's what they do. But there would be no reason to do that. No other politician has to go through that it's called presidential harassment, and it's unfortunate. And it really does hurt. Our country is the world coming to. Call me. What is the world coming to when you can't you can conspire against your own country with a foreign Hurson Poran country like Putin when you can obstruct the investigation when you can with all cities. I mean when when you can have businesses with foreign countries, and nobody says anything when you can do that. And nobody investigates off it from the president and blow your children's really delusion. Nobody a away. Weird about the verbiage is like I'm being harassed or the most powerful man on the planet like your and your. So you bullying people on Twitter every single day harass being women on the access Hollywood tape. Yeah. About being harassed. I mean, I think he's pre gaming the results. Right. I think he is afraid of what's going to happen. And what the results are going to be. So he's trying to make himself out to be a victim. And make biz out to be a political vendetta instead of a true investigation. How will that save him? I don't see how that saves. We'll see how that saves. The law is the law if they've evidence that he committed these crimes, that's it. Well, the only difference video. And requires political action requires well, yeah, if they choose thirds of the tell me if they find him guilty of crimes, they're not going to indict or whatever it is. I do after you can I ask you a question sunny is it normal for Adam Schiff to be doing this publicly. That was my only question or should he be handing over documents private. I don't know that the hearings will be public. But I think you can announce that you are going to investigate which seems to me that that's what he announced he just announced that his committee would examine connections between the Trump campaign and Russia to determine whether any presidential decision making is influenced by financial gain. And I think that's sort of a public service announcement almost in a sense that we all know when Hillary to do to if you're going for because I don't I don't know enough about it. Well, people what they shouldn't do is. If there's any issue with classified information, but saying I am going to submit all of this testimony. And remember there was testimony to a congressional committee. She lying to a congressional committee. That got Michael Cohen. Muller has a track record really going after lying to a federal a congressional committee is eight crime. I think what was interesting to me was when you heard this president during the state of the union, he said there will be no investigations without while they're there. What did he say? Yeah. It rhyme. If there is going to be peace in legislation. There cannot be wore an investigation. I thought that was like congressional harassment. It was like a veiled threat threat to thrash who the congress he he said, it was a three their equal branches of government nineteen January thirties nineteen seventy four Nixon said this. I believe the time has come to bring that investigation. Another other investigations of Manitou in one year of Watergate is enough and less than two years later. He was out. That even if you have to consult you on this stuff in the morning because I'm not I don't know. But I do know follow the money in something that helped Stargate Magnitsky helped my friend Bill Browder find out that Russia was using the west to to money laundering to basically use western property. And as a as a slush fine though. For me the question, Mark, always is why are you? So cozy with Putin. Why is it for you to attack? To attack Canada than it is Russia. And again, I think there's there's a time where collusion clues inclusion sounds like an alarm going off. But there are legitimate questions that even I think conservatives and Republicans should have about this, very bizarre cozy relationship. Mad at camp. What will it take for Lindsey Graham to say he colluded with Russia? He's he's a threat to the United States. I couldn't go any place without being asked about the raven. I also can't go anyplace about being asked about Lindsey Graham, and my go-to is that he is him. And I am and I'll say to you think who are in charge. What will happen? I think if it comes out. Yeah. When when everything I gotta tell you I have thought for the last three years that we were to place where too much was too much. Right. The listen, would you have ever in your life? Imagine that Republicans would stick by a president who cheated on his wife who have just given birth with a playboy bunny and then cheated on the playboy bunny with a stripper and you've got. Right. And and you know. Republican are saying he's the best. I can understand that understand that because he is following their policies taxes, and what have you? But I think that real issue is how come they tolerate the secretiveness between him and put because how come they tolerate? What is what? Democrats have to present an alternative that is rational and not crazy. And if you're talking about you're the party of third term abortion, you're the party of ultimate socialism. You're giving people a absolute decision between one or the other. And a lot of conservatives think. All right. The economy's okay. And they're gonna let other things slide. Clinton was under the gods. Tell you. What Clinton wasn't Clinton didn't go after his own people. Donald Trump goes out the Republicans stand up against him speak up against as intimidated. Lost a primary lost the general election retired. Always your father. So basically, no other Republican party four countries. And you know, what it's supposed to be. You know, what it is staying off right before allegations that Senator Amy Cova char mistreated her staff hurt her presidential chances. We'll talk back about that in a minute. Okay. So there's a big election coming and the candidates are lining up to run for. You can't do impossible when we come together. It is raining candidates here on the news, all different news. This country is ready for only one way to find out. All have one thing in common, the eight come here because this is the best place in this epic year ahead anybody who's anybody who wants to make it to the next level in politics to come on this show because this is the place to be her Republican more make news came on the show. View on ABC. Later the husband of lifestyle, the ruby. Smith takes on the controversy over finding a new love while he still married and living with a wife battling Alzheimer's disease. Fascinating week here in New York. Today's black history month f y honors a trail-blazing businesswoman. Who made sure America knew that black is beautiful affiliate divorce? Mitchell was one of the very first black models as well as an agent charm school director and newspaper publisher who broke through racial barriers when she created one of the first black modeling agencies in America, the grace del Marco agency. She was also host of the ABC TV show spotlight on Harlem and appointed by Ronald Reagan to the president's advisory committee on the arts pretty beautiful, right? Lena horne? Okay. So so Senator Amy klobuchar. You remember her from the cavenaugh hearings? She's on the show. She's been here. She's from Minnesota. So her presidential bid could be in trouble. Because before it even officially starts because some former staff members are accusing her of rich treating them in the workplace one of the allegations claimed she would often call people's work, quote, unquote, the worst this this is the worst. So and to me some of these snowflakes can't take it. I mean, you you think jail if you wanna work in politics, you can't take from Senator of Minnesota who says this. This report is the worst come on grow up that the worst thing she's going gonna be okay. And also the other point of it is do men get accused of this type of bitchy behaviour. I don't think so. Yeah. I mean it happens in the work. I mean, I told a story when when I clerked for judge bell, he came on the show for my fiftieth birthday, I handed in my first brief I thought it was the bomb. I thought it was so good and he candidate back to me with just a red line across the front page. And is that a try again, and I was like try again, the front pay or like there's nothing else on it. And how you take it. I tried again. I mean, it's like it was a wonderful opportunity for me. And you just do it again. I mean trying. You trying to hold this the worst. Then I guy I think Amy klobuchar is a very substantive Senator she is known for having substance. I've actually heard the opposite about her that she's very relatable that she's very likable. Minnesota nice. So for who aren't giving the work. Well, the one thing I will say is that according to a legal storms data from two thousand one to two thousand sixteen she's the highest annual staff turnover in the Senate any Senator. So there's there's something someplace to this because having a high turnover in any any business any anything that you're running especially in the Senate when it's about serving the principle is not a great sign. I will say I would be curious if it was if she was a man if you know saying this is the worst would be interpreted this way. And then for some reason this morning in meeting, I've thought a president Johnson because I just found out all these horrific crazy things he used to do to urinate in the sake drag people into his bathroom to have conversations while he was relieving himself, Domino's scar explosives private parts he wants. Relieved himself on a secret service agent. Like, that's insane. And like that's kind of like, I never know that just recently. Is is it because he was the president is because he was a man. I don't know. I. I didn't see that was. Move. Next level. But have you noticed though, that, you know, sorry, you all out this more all these women in particular who are who are coming on and running on the democratic side. I'm not saying it's because it's a it's a woman. But I'm saying there is this apple research opposition research that is ready to go the minute. They start thinking about it, Elizabeth Warren and the bar card from Texas Tulsi Gabbard barred and Assad deserve a Harris. She went and met with Assad. I mean op oh that she just did that publicly then came on TV and talked about how one of the worst dictators in the world whose gassing children was a great guy. And I and I just I've been with her I do congresswoman because that's running for president who's running for friends who was better better than all. These things come out now before the primary so everybody can digest all this. Another thing is Amy Cobra shar, I always kind of liked her. And I, but I thought I don't know if she can be president because she doesn't have that spunk that you need. Now. We know she's got bets so good. Good physically. What if she's not going to be? The president. If she and this is not what's going to be which derails our campaign. I believe I don't think this is enough. I think it's everything is relative. And when you've got Elizabeth Warren who was considered a front runner until you know, you days ago financing this issue where she's she just continues Dame this whole. Yeah. Any further and further down look at the president of the United States how much turnover has he had the mooch lasted how many? And he's still the president. Now there. Why did they know rebuttal to that? But he's exempt just like Lyndon Johnson being the president and pooping while everybody's around he's exempt from this type of criticism is the president and all the bags turnover and leave then come out, and all of a sudden have have real Moore's, no big, brother. Yeah. And writing and they're writing really, what was your conscience. Then that's rather. Okay. You know, but we come back. I wanna talk about the show Hamilton because have you seen Hamilton anybody? Okay. It's it's one of the great shows. But a lot of historians take issue with Lin Manuel because they say you'll say you'll see what he says women come back. Thank apple need for providing our entire studio audience where the bottle of their delicious Jews. Back to the view. Okay. How to take this off? It was strangling me. I don't I don't want jewelry that that's triangles a coma. Crazy. And I understand that Brian's wife ro called him and said she wants to she can have this. Okay. So Hamilton is one of Broadway's biggest hit musicals, but not everyone is a fan. Historian Ishmail read wrote a play in response called the haunting of Lin Manuel. Miranda to remind people that Miranda left out that Hamilton was a slave owner who who waged war on native Americans. Yeah. Hamilton was not a perfect human being by any stretch. And yet his depicted in that play as a great guy. So what did you say about this should history big Noord when you're creating a work of art lizard, first of all, I love Lin Manuel Miranda so much. I love Lynn. I want to be is the patron Saint of Puerto Rico the guy just three weeks doing Hamilton and Puerto Rico to raise funds for the. With this conversation. Well, but I'm gonna tell you anyway, 'cause I happen to love but the. But the. Hamilton, the musical not Hamilton the history book, maybe wanna go read the history book and accurate. Historical biography of Hamilton go read, whatever Ishmail role, but you know, but I don't know why. I kind of agree. But I don't agree with that too. Like, I don't wanna see a movie showing Sally Hemmings in love with Thomas Jefferson. I just don't buy it. She was his slave. She had children with him. I saw move it with Nick Nolte, look like she was into him. He was old. She was young. She was a slave. He was the president. No, don't depict it like she was into it that annoys me. I know you weren't using your Puerto Rican card if you have you say anything about Lehman well. I love Linneman. Well, you know it. I mean, we were talking about going to Puerto Rico to see Hamilton. I mean, he is he has become the patron say still a great point. I've seen the play out maybe ten times. And I saw with Lynn in it. Hamilton was certainly a social climber. He married into a slaveholding family and not only that he conducted transactions on behalf of the family selling and purchasing slaves. And I think lin-manuel did a disservice by not discussing that in the play. Right. I think that he did a disservice to be African American community by not portraying that. And I'm disappointed. I'm sorry. Accurate now what he did. Which is incredible. Is that he used actors of color, you know, and that is truly very American and actors of color. Unfortunately, are aren't typically casts. They are now because of what he did. In fact, Len has told me look I had to go and write my own place. I have going right? My own musicals in the heights. Yeah. Hamilton because there were no parts for but looks so count change the face, but winder Hamilton a pass. I mean, he was on human being. First of all, my knees thirteen sings Hamilton all the time she's saying Christmas. Christmas, and it has gotten a lot of young people really interested in history, really founding fathers. It's a really beautiful. Would you say rap opera? I also have seen it. I cried when I saw it. There are very dark parts of American history that one hundred percent should be addressed. But I think the to take this play that is so beautiful. And so I contacted and has brought so much to so many people's lives. And I do believe made people understand how how America was formed. Why we why we came from why we decided to say screw you England. We're going to start our own country. And it's such a magical experience that it makes me sad that there's this harsh criticism coming because when you talk about the when I saw the play it was all people of color except for king. George men. I think. It also is a way for kids to then look into Hamilton. Right. Yeah. So that. Yeah. That sense. I appreciate lint one fix it. He can add another act. Yeah. Yeah. Something when I was a kid. I'm sure a lot of people here. I don't know. I'm the oldest person probably in the room. Maybe not I see a guy there. But. I remember when I was taught that ju- George Washington never told a lie that he did. You chopped down the cherry, George. No. I cannot tell a lie. But I did it went over. And it's like, no, George Washington had slaves. Also, he was he was also a great general and probably a great president. But he had slaves. I never learned that I want the truth. Yeah. Damn it ABC's. And I it's not that. I don't think Dr parts of American histories of one hundred percent be addressed talked about Megan attempt to reconcile our dark history. I'm not saying that I'm saying what I left Hamilton. I was excited. It was. I had a great time. And I think in today's time that's celebrating American politics in American history. He he's a he's an amazing renaissance man that has brought this beautiful piece of filling live, and he can add another, okay? He was. The husband of lifestyle. Guru be Smith. He's losing her to Alzheimer's disease. So how could he already find love with another woman while he still living with his wife? Dan, gasping answers, critics who say he's breaking the vow till death. Do us part next. Is it still a struggle to get that good night's sleep than maybe it's time to try the purple mattress? It's made out of a new material that makes it firm and soft. So it keeps everything supported while. Still feeling really comfortable. 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She built an empire with help from her husband and business partner of twenty-six years. Dan Gaz b but when be was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease six years ago, she left her empire behind to speak publicly about Alzheimer's. Do you know the? Do you know the month and along with our husband advocate for research? They co authored a book about their journey and Dan used their Facebook page to post a daily journal of life, caring for a wife who will soon have no memory of who he is until one day last December when Dan's post took a shocking turn he posted this photo with Alex learner going public about their relationship along with the hashtag, why gas be still lives with and cares for beat and has a bedroom in their home for learner who stays there. A few times a week. Please welcome. Dan, gasping. And the last time I saw you was last summer in sag harbor. We know each other and the last time I saw Barbara I was in your home with both of you. And she was showing me her new cookbooks and cooking, and and the Barbara that I knew how is she doing now shoes in remarkably good shape from the eyebrows down. She is sixty nine years old. She could wear a bikini or to peace. That's how her blood pressure's one seventeen over seventy four. But she's a toddler and cheese in an journey a journey that many of you know, someone of or will have eventually because of the the way life is changed. And so it's it's extremely difficult to love someone to have done. Done. What we've done what we've accomplished together to be criticized and to not have a forum like I'm having today to have my side of the story toll. I was put out that. I was I left my wife. I was put out that this woman who I'm now involved with was living full-time she comes to visit that. She made me I I mean, every kind of bad thing, you can possibly imagine. I was accused of the other side of that coin was also because the person that I'm now involved with is white the ratio any window is devastating. And I'll tell you I I wear something. Stop word, my Alzheimer's bracelet. I wear something from temple mother manual only. Love can conquer hate people were killed trying to help someone find Chrysler find God if I- goodness, and what I've seen Alex deal with my daughter, myself and friends who support us makes me realize that I'm doing the right thing. Well, let me let me say this. And because we know each other, and I'm gonna be honest, and my grandmother suffer from Alzheimer's, and and her husband left her and not uncommon. And I she lived with me, and my mom and my husband, and it I know how difficult it is to be a caregiver. And I commend you for being a caregiver because I know it's hard and it was hard for us. But this is what I don't understand. You really got people talking because you have a girlfriend, and you're entitled to have your life. But what I don't understand is that you have your girlfriend at time spending the night in your home that you share with your wife. We'll let me just how did you ever because be can't consent to that? Now. So did you discuss that while she was able to consent him? Let me say this. We wrote a book called before I forget when be got the diagnosis. We got the Doug noses at Mount Sinai. We walked from one hundred I street to ninety seven street, and she stopped me, put my hand her hand on my arm. And she says I want you to tell the story. I want you to do what we discussed many times because most people out here don't have a will don't have any idea. What's going to happen? If something the what ifs happened. She said to me, I want you to go on what most people don't know is that in two thousand and eight is when we first saw the signs, and I kept it quiet for five years. It wasn't until two thousand and thirteen that I actually saw from scientific proof that the beta amyloid plaque and the tau was destroying her brain. We wrote that book what's it all because each and every one of you out here at some point is going to have to deal with a situation that's catastrophic. If you get lucky, you get old, and if you get old something happens, and what most people don't understand quite honestly, what they fail to realize is have you made a plan digit discuss it. And can you? To execute it and more importantly, like you're you're the person who is your grandmother's significant other. Are you going to honor it I'm not doing anything that we didn't discuss we were in business? We were two sides of a coin. What did she say? You can have your girlfriend live shin our home. No, let me let me know. Let me let me say this what she said to me was well, first of all I sold a home the home that I was India, right? Because every day she was escaping three or four times. And it was almost like an I know what right on the water. Right. But she ended up walking down the road. She would get up into if she saw someone who was a large black man, she would get in the car because she thought it was me. And we had a situation where I said, we're we sold the home. I bought another home a bitter home at this point in my life. But it's almost sixty five years old. I should be in a two bedroom. Not having to worry. But I wanted her to have the dignity of freedom sanity for me. And at the same time. I wanted to make sure that is long as I have I could have easily placed in Priscilla. And I would not do that. So this notion of vowels, I'm keeping my vows. I'm keeping my vows vows or to protect to to care for. But did I did I say. Yeah. And how which and I respect I know that. Well, sorry. We have we ever do this all the time. We're out of time. These Smith is an icon. I I was saying when this topic even came up that harassment was one in I'm Union Station in Washington DC that my dad, and I would go to all the time. She was an American success story. She and she's an icon. I think for me seeing her this way. And maybe this is a discussion you too had that it's okay to see the darkness of getting a disease like this for my family. We I said, no pictures, no photos. I certainly couldn't have broadcasted. If my mom brought home some boyfriend, Mike family would have mutinied. So I think for me, I just did she want to be seen in the way that I don't remember her. And we we don't have time for the answer. But we will come back with the answer. So coming up Dan has received a lot of backlash because his girlfriend is a white woman. She's here, and we'll hear dancer, and we'll also hear from her when we come back. You're here back with Dan Gaffney, Dan, we we're talking about whether or not the would want her image out there like this. What was behind your decision to put this out there? I want you just like our book the tell and show at once. And all the biggest problem we had which is unbelievable situation. She's a beautiful woman. People want her to wear makeup. She didn't wear makeup around the house people gave me grief when she went from straight hair to locks then people gave me grief when she went locks to wish wish we cut her hair. She was pulling her locks out. So I've gotten grief. No matter what I do. But the one thing that I know is consistent is I've listened to what she said we made these plans a long time ago. I have the same plans with my daughter if something goes wrong with me do not resuscitate if something goes wrong with me, and it becomes burdensome put me in a facility, but most people see the world is so much smarter than what we think here people understand from birth to Mitch ration- to death. It's a cycle in America. People think DEP is almost. Optional. They don't plan for it. We don't plan for it. And you know, what everyone in this room? What all of you are are temporarily abled because you're going to have some sort of disease either in your family or yourself, and someone is going to have to take care of you in one thousand nine hundred people live to be forty nine. Now, people are living can be eighty. I studied this. Because once I got involved, I realized in America today, if you're eighty five one in three people will have Alzheimer's if you're black. It's one and two and your your girlfriend, Alex is here. And we wanted to ask a question. So Alex learners and the audience, and Alex you knew about these condition. You. And yet you chose to enter into this relationship. Did you this is my question to you is to have reservations Jew ever suspect? You would get the racial backlash that you're getting as a result. No, I, you know, Dan, and I became friends, and we were friends for quite a long time before this relationship changed. We were going I was going through experience with my father having dementia, and I had to put in at the end of the summer of seventeen after we had met head to put him into a home in Germany. But then was there for me and helped me through that later on Dan needed a surgery, and I helped him out I took care of him. So there were a lot of events that took care during a period of six months or so where we got to know each other, and we became closer. Do you think this is disrespectful to Barbara to be? You know, I don't see it that way. Because first of all we we do a lot of things with be together. And you know, I think she probably has more stimulation now than she did before we take her out for walks and dinners, and and to friends houses and so forth. So that's how I see. This is a heart wrenching situation. That leak judgmental people. You know, you gotta walk in the shoes, very sad. But it turned into you know, this this race race racial fight almost our thanks Dan Gaz be an Alex learner, Dan and be co authored a book together called before. I forget love hope help and acceptance in our fight against Alzheimer's. It's available everywhere. Books are sold. We'll be right back. Yesterday. I I was telling Dan as he was leaving last night knowing that he was coming on the show. I'm getting married and a mother I I was having this conversation with Al and I think it's a horrible situation. But it's forcing all of us to talk. Okay. So that's good. That's right. Don't have a great day. Everyone take a little time to enjoy the view. Are you hiring within deed? You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash the view. That's indeed dot com slash the view.

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CCK Podcast: Drugs, Tongue Rings, and Opening Day

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CCK Podcast: Drugs, Tongue Rings, and Opening Day

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He's caught in these caught in in the tornado right now. He's caught in the cycle. If you're listening. You'll you'll hear the segment, I guess actually, should we just do that segment. And then we'll talk about it. Probably. Yeah. Let's let's this is a conspiracy theories of change to. So so news broke while while KB, no swag was out in Vegas that he was kicked out of his his hotel because a white residue. A white substance was found in his hotel room. All KB white gums habe knows wag. And we were skeptical at first we put our tin foil hats on and we had so conspiracy theories. I'm going to be sitting at home watching breaking bad because guess what? There's no dudes on breaking. Is it a raise the past? Or is it just from this point forward? You can't nonsense over all medicine fights. All men have been wiped out. What have we discussed Kabya? Oh, it's so funny. It can't be real what? No, okay, B's has been kicked out of the forty. So wait. Oh for mimicking him or what? Oh, no. No, no, not by by the hotel. We okay. All right. Phil Phil Phil everybody in here. Davis tweeted, a four minute video of Gaz going up to him as like like hung over on the couch and Gaz comes into the room, and is like KB, kicked out the hotel victim and gas says in the video that the hotel told k b that they found like a white residue on one of the counters. This can't be real you get kicked out of his for pain Hoke resident. Yeah, I think it's it's got to be a Katy move Gabi move came. He's got to be K being. I guess guess as he went to the front desk manager came out. And was like, yeah. Like, we're gonna kick you out. But the we kicked out said that hey, k b is was like deathly afraid of being on camera leading up to this. He said, he's not comfortable doing it. Now, he's with like, Dave, he's like the center of attention. But when he showed up, and he was doing the like mimicking Dave thing. He was wearing the exact same closes, Dave. He was sitting on the couch the same way he was watching the game. Mimicking all of Dave's movements that to me signal that Katie was going all in on some video. So I would not be surprised if a this is doing it and be he went as far as to go to the hotel and say, hey, we're here filming this thing for the movie like pretend like say that kicked out. He said he was all guys he's all packed up. He was outside the hotel. He's trying to go to REO something like that to get a room. Now that I haven't I'm not even listening to the sound, obviously. But the video looks like it's a real thing. Oh. Whereas they're concerned with real, right? That's what I'm saying. I don't think that it's actually real but gas smart move by KB just a muddy the waters anyway, like just for KB's whole life. Does the war Z fucking series? Was he he's like that's like Andy Kaufman where it's like Joe because it's not a joke. It's all an act. It's all a ruse. Even in the video Dave is like I was with him last night. We got home like one thirty k b says that some people came over. And he's like they might have left some stuff. But I mean, I haven't been to Vegas a lot. I've been while hotels. Been a lotta hotel parties, I've never heard of someone being evicted for some drugs in the host, you get kicked if people got kicked out of a Vegas hotel for cocaine. There would be nobody in big Serbia. Nobody in Vegas at all. Just go like Detroit going back to the earth, whereas trees growing up like Vegas would just a desert again. They're like, hey, by the way, we don't allow cocaine here. Okay. Go to Miami. And yet seal later. Can't be real that the video of KB watching the game with Dave where they're bullying forward on their their apples. The other one better what the one where you first shows up in the jaws toothbrush. It's him. And Tommy just talking about dude. Who'd he feels vibration man Dave's like rolling on the couch. Forty grand scheme, dude. Like, check this out clip dot com. Promo KFC. He is. He's a weird cat, man. He is in a 'nigma. He he's just a guy who like like, even when he when he was drafting his Bud Light BUSTER seem and he came up, and he was like if I if I if I pick a playing game do I get both teams and Dave was like. Yeah. Okay. And he was like, okay, Oregon and it had nothing to do with the games. And Dave was like, wait. What it just he just like, especially with someone like, Dave? I really it's like oil and water. Those to the weird little like clever shit does not compute with day. There's no like looking at the just the matching outfits like how I mean. Well, Dave wears that. Well, right. But I'm saying like just happened to have Josh or like he had to have. No, Josh by went out and got but. I think I think that was actually a little bit of serendipity that saying that he wore his jaw shirt on on the trip event. He's all. Yeah. That's what I mean. The genes are perfect tight tight. Like light genes are incredible. Also like what kind of? So that got put out last night. I imagine your first Vegas needle. Yeah. Logged flight it will pick me up and you like like the it can't be real because fucking. They would knock on the door. Right. Like, they weren't there. Until like they're coming in the morning, they'd knock on the door. Well, if even at one thirty cleaning crew and just come in at nine A M. Yeah. Yeah. You also might just leave. And then and you left something out. You realize you got home at one third. I mean why? No matter. Right. It'd be a mountain of cocaine there. You're not getting kicked out. Right. This is just this is this is I mean, like a us from good cleaning person just gonna be like just leave it right there. And and then, you know, you go yours monster tip after a good cleaning person doesn't or takes it a great cleaning person leaves it as a brand new cleaning person though. Like what if it's somebody? That's like on there. Like, I actually I have a policy. Yeah. And usually the whole policies like just don't say anything. But if some rookie said, so maybe they, but no. But no, I completely agree that it'd be ridiculous. It'd be ridiculous anywhere. Let alone Vegas. But what if it was like just somebody's like first day? And they're like, oh, well, we found coke in the hotel room, if anybody niche they you probably get fired for that for shit Oko. You're right. You're not cut out this business your snitching on cocaine use. What's next you're going to let us know if there's hookers up there too. This is lost goddamn Vegas unless the whole scene. Looks like the the hangover. Yeah. Maybe maybe maybe k b rent the place up. I I mean is the most like mild mannered guy. We know of. Yeah. That we know of maybe he just kinda like jetski like jetskis a crazy person outside of this place. He doesn't say to go while supply'll jetski you heard heard something wild. I'll just figure. He's just trying to he's arguing with the people at seven eleven trying to return his headphones. We talking about. I don't know. That's all I it's a sentence. I heard what do you mean? Just arguing. Seven eleven you buy some shit or seven eleven that's it dog. That's on you. Oh, man, that's yours for life. There is no return policy on that Seinfeld fruit like fruits of risk. Headphones are hundred percent. Wow. Okay. She has k b said anything I talk to them. Ask them to come on radio. He ain't gonna do it because this is part of his ruse. He can't come on here. Now, keep up an entire radio segment as well. He's going to have to answer all these questions. He knows his story is gonna come unraveled. He you know, what he really wanted to do probably just wanted to go to different hotel. Probably I don't wanna be around to even you wanna do. Want to go to the end zone room suite he was in his own room? Like not as orm in this week. He had his own room. I don't want to go to the public. I don't wanna do play here. What's the angle here to make this up because that's what he's doing? I mean people are talking about. Yeah. We're talking about it. It's a conspiracy theory. Yeah. Yeah. But why would he I guess if he just wants to make the content? But if he if he was getting. I don't know like he's on on camera or anything doing it right now. Just sex me and said it is one hundred percent real. He's got a picture of Gabi leaving hotel. I know see I think I believe that Gaz believes Israel. I think right. Yeah. Eighty Roos JV's factoring anybody else. No. Yeah. I think Gaz. Think he's such a big bag to. So you think they K be has told nobody else. Oh, absolutely. He's just shining. K b is a lone wolf he is an absolute he's gone rogue. He's rogue when he's here. He comes in. He comes into goes in the silence of the night. Like, he he is he's on an island. He's in his Twitter world, he's writing the blog he operates. He's he's Jason Bourne. I didn't realize is one of the people that came in for the intern in the I didn't know that either until that until until that video with David said k BNO's swag. Yeah. Frac- Frankie just gonna chuckled himself like such an idiot. Kaby had to be like, well, it's k b no so not Fabiano that was not this past one. But the one before. Well, Frankie was in the like interviewing. So it was after Frankie did it. So Frankie was class of sixteen. So it was probably seven seventeen. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't know that either. 'cause he he ended up getting hired like just after the fact now the interns so because he he is very quiet mild-mannered like he got hired for his blogging not. I'm sure when he showed up for the interview, and Dave was Asimo. He's dumb questions. He was just kind of a normal guy was like, no. But but I also think that he he won this. He news coming. He had time to prepare. He came up with this idea of mimicking, Dave. He's got some other Scott some tricks up his sleeve, he said if that was me that was literally me or if I was a younger guy or whatever and his position, I would just go and just be fucking normal. And that's it. He is seizing the fucking day. His so I ask guys I said KB didn't stages. He said he that Gaz literally thought all along that it was. But then he went to the front desk, and I cancelled the room, I think Kaby. Yes. The front desk toll guests, by the way, we're big fans. So there still is the front desk. So they would be inclined to participate in a joke. I definitely think this is crazy that it. It just goes deeper. It goes way deeper than gas. I'm sure it does it show needed was front desk. Participation to be hooked. If that was me, and the hotel said that I'd be like, all right? Well for God. Next level says damn Gaby's awesome. Katie just just even just this. Yes. It does. Game is also it'd be real. What he's still lost? What if you just shows up, and he's like, no like, I actually left. I came home. Yes. What do you think Sumi? Blows. Go could go watch wrestling. I dunno. Okay, me if he comes back. I don't think that that confirms that it's if he comes nearly he if like if he stays in Vegas and goes and gets another room and continues to do content and stuff all weekend. Then I think we can all be like, yes, I think as like going to get another hotel. I also had. Tell you ever been like, I imagine the sweet has more than three beds for Bedser. Stay with Dave. You mean, this is it's a it's a house. That might be a little presumptuous him to be like, I'll just stay with you there. I think everyone else is in a suite. Yeah. Danielle said that they're all in one. They're all in like, the penthouse and then caveat his own room. Why is that? Because I think that there was just probably enough for like the core crew. And I'm going to say that seems like maybe a k b I think it was like because there was only one other person that was going to go only one person got Bud Light busters. So that was the setup last year. I went last year and those setup the people, quote people that go live in that. Sweet. And the Bud Light busters people get like individual room. So hang myself and Clem at own rooms wealth eve and Lewis says and then okay, Katie said, he'll call in. So we're going to take a break right now. Where's our fucking wine? When when we come back and break, we'll be talking to you know, swag about getting kicked out of the biggest hotel for a white residue. Okay. So. I was convinced that there was something afoot because KB is quite the, you know, quiet, crafty shifty mischievous type. Turns out I think this guy was just partying a little too hard and got caught. Now, he's a little scarce. Let us note that as of this recording. We don't know what all the ritual. So maybe I'm sure by Monday while you're listening to this. We have a little bit more of the story. Why don't I feel like we're not resolved until they come back. And even then it could be one of those things where you just never fucking. No, no. I think honestly, we'd know unless he is such a con artist that this entire thing is a ruse, which I don't think that it is anymore because listening to his sways talking and the way he we know what happened when he was talking to Dave. And he just said we're not going to make this public. Are we in David psycho, buddy? I think there's already three blogs on the site about. Yeah. And then the icing on the cake. Gay Pat finding the picture of his Halloween costume. Did. She jared. I'm sorry. What's okay? Okay. Because I want your I wanted to see what it is very action packed comes over to me. And it's like, I just got an epic d about KB, no swag. And I was like what could possibly be at this point. Oh, how they say. There's a tweet for everything Donald Trump. Well. You going back to mine. This is what Kaby was for Halloween. Oh, come on just a bag of cocaine cocaine forced me to dress up as a giant bag of cocaine. So that we could be Jack and coke for Halloween, and it is him with a garbage bag giant ziplock bag around his neck filled with cotton balls, and it just has a piece of tape on it that says co-cocaine. Yes. So Dave was on periscope saying, I just want to confirm here b wants it out there. Not a coke guy. It was not him. He doesn't do. Coke KB. No coke k b no swag coke no cocaine for Kaby. And then there's this picture of him as a giant bag of cocaine. I mean, that's it's kind of tough to walk that one back. But at this point, don't you think you just have to lean into it? Yeah. I mean, why not you work for barstool? But his whole thing was like his family. Did you listen to the the video where he was on the phone with Dave? No like, he keeps saying he's like, you're not just my family. Like, my parents are going to be mad and Dave's like will you work somewhere where no one? Gives a fuck. And he's like, yeah. But like my family my family. I have no idea. I already know his name. I don't even know real name is you that's all. 'cause I mean, I get it. Like, my parents are now broken. So a multitude of reasons, my parents know, anything short of like murder, I even even if my brother called tomorrow like mom, dad. Kev, murdered somebody. I think they'd be like all right. Well, let's let's keep it moving here. We'll try to figure this out to get another one. So at this point like added to the list at this point do not murder, but true that Jared. All right. We'll figure this out. Right. She is one rider die bitch. My mom. Oh, yeah. She hasn't flinched the past eighteen months. It's wild her. I've ever been like to tell you some things Ma like you're not going to be happy. Then I kind of explained the full story. And she was like all right. Well, now, we know. No. But I get if you're new to bar stool, or you know, depending on your family dynamic like being the Koci at any place. Not exactly it would be a tough a tough phone call my parents, and they've gotten used to the content now bar so to a certain degree like some of the isn't you probably Jared now with me way more. Yeah. Yeah. J Joe because they don't listen to this show will not I mean, I was told I have an inside source that we're not doing this again, the her parents actually love me. We're not so well, they just don't know you. So they can't love you them. Let let them hear your thoughts on holiday. And then Joe, yeah, we cannot ever let that happen or they'll be like that guy. He's thinks although my first vote I showed my parents have Kevin was the goddamn jets video. That was the first thing they ever saw you on the record one that wasn't too bad. I thought it was hilarious. But I will say that if I call them and said, hey, mom, dad, the entire internet world thinks that I got kicked out of a hotel room because I was doing coke at Dave. Portnoy's birthday party. It probably be a problem. I mean. Fuck get very they'd be like, what are you doing doodo? You can't do anything to me. But I don't think like in my specific situation. I've been of our soul for five years. My parents probably wouldn't they would care if I was doing coke. But they would believe me if I told them that I wasn't doing it. I've I've never done coca my life. Not once. No, I don't I don't. I don't want to. I don't like the nose factor. Yup. Me neither. And I don't want. I don't I if I'm doing anything I wanna be like I wanna mellow out. I don't want to be like revved. Len bias all takes one time. I also don't want to die. But. This is an interesting spot to be if you're KB because like we said the way to really handle this is to lean into it. Or laugh it off by being like, y'all. I don't want this out there you almost like it almost makes you look guilty coke. But here's the thing though with somebody like him where his whole personality, and the reason he was hired. It's because he's a Twitter guy. Like, it's not his face. That's out there. It's not his voice. It's his first foray into video. It's not here. It coca. Let me ask you this. I mean, he was like, yeah. No. I had a bunch of people over my place like one meet about being fucked. You must have friends out there. But like, where's he wasn't? Where's he live? Where's he from? Where do you come from? Having about him. Oh, he went to Kent state. I think he went to school with think with gun girl. I think okay. He's a wrestler. He twitter. It's what I'm saying. I the only things I know about him is he's a wrestler. He's very quiet and calculated in the office, and he runs a Twitter account that he doesn't act like in real life. So I mean well enough about KB because it seems like he's all bent out of shape. Anyway, this is the drug episode of CK. Yeah, everybody everybody's had run ins with some extracurricular substances. My I'm pretty run of the mill like, I my my still by drug stories are all very cliche like I eight netball, and it wasn't working. So I had a second brownie, and I was high for like sixty three days. Yeah. Feel like your entire body just won't ever work again. I mean, and the real problem is I'm such such a fat kid. I like brownies that I was like I'm have another one because I want another Brown, right? Like who made them for you, all so that was the thing. So me, and my buddy who we're we in him, we're roommates, and we were like, we're drinkers row drug guys. And we went over to our Buddy's house apartment off campus. That was there. They were drug is there were big Stoner's. So not only like they know what how to make it out of the butter. Right. You know, when you just throw it in it doesn't work when you simmer it with the butters that. Right. Right. So they made the we all and they were so excited to get high with us that they were like really like I remember him. He ripped off a paper towel for many laid it out and put the brownie on the paper towel. He poured me a glass of milk. We all ate the brownie. And I remember we were all sitting there waiting and it hits my buddy. And and the guys wall smoke it hits them like I and they kind of just lean back in there on the couch. Me, and my friend who were waiting are like fuck like come on, this sucks. Like been waiting awhile. Like, an everyone said, no, no, no, no. We're like, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Take the brownies still nothing, and we're like, let's get out of here and go to another apartment party. And I it was a five story walkup and as I walked up. I don't know. I got the blood flow, and whatever but time I got to the fifth story. I was like. Like I was gonna fall down the stairs. Alex. I am so fucking high. And now is the highest I've ever been until I did a gravity Bong though. Yeah. Yeah. That would also was funny about that is I had called my friend. Recapping the story after I was so high, and I said, I did a gravity bunk. With first time he knows nothing about this world got it all mixed up, and he called it. He relayed the story to my other friends and said galaxy bomb he was like yo Kev was partying this weekend did a galaxy bomb. I don't know. They were like what the fuck is a galaxy bomb, and he was like, yeah. I don't know. It was like some like apparatus they set up and kept said he was so high. So my friends thought I was like doing some sort of new drug called galaxy bombs, and then when I got home, and I was telling the story I was like, no, it's a gravity Bong. And they were like, oh, you fucking idiot a gravity Bong. We know what that is what's the galaxy bomb. I was just picturing the scene from twenty one jump street. What was that drug said that Jonah hill and Channing Tatum did? The five stages all of a sudden there's out of it. That's what I pictured engines. Now you in twenty one jump street rowdy Bong the opposite of the edibles for me. Like, I took a huge hit my buddy. We he had made. You've got the bucket out a bucket of water. He'd, you know, Bob villa that shit and made it all at home in his living room. I mean, I was instantaneously high. And I just completely passed out. I was visiting him for a weekend. And I think I passed up like twelve hours. I mean like I missed the weekend the party. But like was it was it worth it for, you know? Well, no experience of it. Like to know just tell the story like I did a story. It's like all right now. I know what I like it when I don't like. Yeah. I guess so I just remember I I wanted to drink water so badly, and I couldn't feel my hands. And I wasn't sure if I was gripping the Cup hard enough to pick it up. So I was like squeezing this pint glass like they were like, you're gonna break do want to drop it. So stone so stunned, but that's really that. And we used to I used to call this guy. Shakes in the Bronx. Shape is it was shakes. And we would he knows. I mean, everybody who went to my my school. Hey, Jim back in it. Yeah. You're you're old enough on the beeper. And he would like we would just go right over the bridge into the Bronx, and he'd like pick you up. And that was we were too young. I he had one and then I had one for like a minute. Like I had his so like I was too young for a beeper. But I don't think it not much younger than you. Yeah. It was like I had it for a week because he had gotten a cell phone, and I got passed onto me. But then if he had won I was gonna get one shortly wanted a beeper so bad. I mean, they were they were cool for would say, we're cool. And you could when you could be zone the nine one one or sixty nine sixty nine one four three it was fun for a second. But before I got into the next time stuff. I could get a extra right now. dR bleep bleep and people. Bleep bleep like when you go like bleep the girl you want it. Oh, yeah. When you could start doing the custom ringtones like, you know, used to just be like the did. And then you could actually put a song, and you put that for your crush like Averill Viennese to go hard back in those next phone. Did you have a next for what did you have like your how old are you? You're in high school. Did you have one? Oh, yeah. See I I went straight to the Nokia brick phone know, my I went next. I did several Nextel's. I started with I ninety was like the the main like the original one the brick and had the I had the I had one structure one, right? There's no flip on that. One. Is that it was silver? It was silver. And the screen was orange or those before the phones you could play snake on. Those around the same time, the Nokia the KEA, I think it was I I had I had I. Yeah. And then I had the Nextel I had the gray Nextel that was no razor. In big the no flip you needed the one. I had the the land is John our won the the Motorola, it says the I eight sixty for anybody who remembers or even the I ninety five you push the button flipped up dope that that one. And then I had a blue screen blue light. It was very it was like a manual flip to do. Did you have the pull up antenna up? Did you ever snap people with it? No. I did not. We almost wanna get Nextel. I still have my old. Okay. Cell phone with with the pull of Antonio. Yeah. Bring in it is hurts the most painful, you still have your old cell phones. Not. I mean, I might have an old iphone from like an iphone ago. And I still next tells. All right. Yeah. Bring bring bring a shoebox, and we'll make a video about that. We used to bet you Altech Nassar's are still in there. I bet you he'd turn on. Oh, yes. They can. I saw him on the chargers for them. I've all the zeal magin. Yeah. I wanna museum range if I went back to like, my whatever the first one I had that could send text messages. Would cringe and I don't remember like my early days. I would cringe looking back at like last year's text messages. Let alone have a cellphone that has like my text messages from high school on it. I don't remember do you. Remember when Ainsley uses text message, we made fun of her. Yeah. I was eight and a girl who was I think I mentioned before parents lived overseas. She was very international and texting was was popular way before over in. This will never catch on this text on there. I was like you're a fucking idiot. And now, it's like the most important and that's ever happened. I think has got to be like a treasure chest. It's a time capsule. I could we could find Tex of you UBS one dragon Jane, girl, probably probably go back in the dragon chain, which elementary drags elementary. It would no it was fifth grade and sixth grade in a little bit of seventh grade. So I probably cell phone probably around that time. But like there was no text. When did you get your seventh grade? Oh, damn though. I was in high school, right? Well, how how's it been? Yeah. I was my mom was give me my cell phone. So it was like if I drop you at the movies the mall called me back. You can have it for one year there. And then I take it back when you come home. Did you ever? Did. You guys are recall collect. Oh, yeah. Did you ever do the like? Hey, mama. Ready? Come pick me up like say your name after the charge him. I'm just calling me up. And then you don't have to pay. No, I never did that. I that's really smart. I usually just beat the asshole that called my parents collect just because I wanted to call collect. What would you just now that I now that I say that out loud? I don't really. Like at school. They had the payphones like outside the nobody ever used and was like, oh if you do that like at their basketball practice. I would call collected said mom come pick me up the charges. No. Because they knew I was ready. And surely, I just. Something to say, there's no way I was just calling my parents in the middle of the day at school. But they're these these are the things that the new age kids are never gonna never never never never never call. And collect and avoiding this the charge and accidentally hit on the Nokia phone when you'd accidentally hit the internet, and you like you try to get out of it really fast because it's the internet eighty dollars dollars. Yeah. Back in the day as we were on like expensive cell phones. And we were probably spoken. Shitty. Weed. Yeah. Like. The first time I ever received like a nude on a cell phone like what this is the game. When did I get my I knew that was probably like late in the game. Yeah. I was like start even sending pictures like what phone started doing high school. It was like the the the ROY razor. Yeah. For Isan phones razors. And slivers could could do that. Dan. Definitely definitely your ratchet flipside cake. Okay. That right college. Yeah. Yeah. That was like you had a psychic and college. Oh, hell ya. And I just like you get that like little spin going, and I long nails and it. I was real ratchet. I I mean, I can't say this enough. Like, I come from the girl that had a tongue Pierce. We found out. This is what I did not know that out of all the things that I found out about you in the past year, Casey Smith tongue piercing did not have that on my radar. I just full surprise fits though that fades look at her. What is that supposed to? He's expanding. The phase you're saying saying like I mean, like if you if you know, you could be a porn star. Thanks. The only thing that is a that was very funny. The only thing that's keeping Casey Smith's look from being an actual porn stars at tongue piercing you take it away. And she's a respectable woman. Hot. That's a compliment. Well, thank you. I know see thank you. But I don't really know that I can't say that I would much rather you say that then you you had a tongue piercing you'd be important, sir. Yeah. That's the only thing should be clear. The only that standing in between Casey and being a poor SARS that she doesn't fuck on camera for money. Let's say that. Well, I mean, I think it's I mean. The record. A gray area. We're talking public perception, we're not talking actual action. I do not do anything on camera does money. And I also don't think the perception is that Casey folks on camera for money. No because she doesn't ever tongue Pierce anymore. Got it. Yes. If you had your junk peers people would say well at some point she did do poor. Yeah. Guys. I have something that's gonna really just blow your minds up, but I had to Pierce four time. Just kept going back for more weight. You told us on radio that you only have for six months. So. Oh you bitch. 'cause 'cause you got like self conscious. And now, you're right there. There is a lot of different reasons that I mean, you're telling us now because at first you got so no I didn't want to say, I don't want to say. Well, yeah. Don't worry. No one's they say the podcast. It was probably way for people. I guess I'd like to go on the record and say that KFC radio crowd. That's not gonna shock. If like true Susan in Kansas is listening and she true. Yeah. Although I thought there's just way more people on the podcast show way more. I actually started to say it and then fights came running in about KB. And I was like the bell again saves by like, you just didn't you could have just lied. You don't have to tell us this. But so so how many how often so 'cause I knew a girl, I know girl who was very proved very very hot very prudent. She got her tongue Pearson doing what is this about? And she like she you have to like drink. You have to keep it clean. Right. Like because she also is she? Smoke cigarettes. And that's like, oh, absolutely. So she wanted to smoke cigarettes a long story short on my pointless. She took it out and it closed up. And it was all very quick, you know, very quickly very quickly. Yeah. So how often like how it's like a standard probably like a year and a half two years off and on. I had it. So you and you got it when my freshman year college. Okay. So by by twenty one you're done. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Twenty one I had a life change. What did your parents think? They did not like it. I tried to hide it. What's up? Did you do metal or a plastic ball had both the bet you did? Did you have a boyfriend of time? Sometimes what does that mean? I mean, I had it for a long time talking on. I. Go ahead. Go ahead. Did you would you like play with it and put it like in between your teeth? You know, like, oh, yeah. Actually, like, my girlfriend's no me back. Then like they'll still make fun of me that I was always play with it like outside of my mouth. Sometimes you don't realize that you're doing it. Why? Why are you staring at my tongue now? The dow. I can't think of anything I think I've actually like turned red talking to the two of you. And I've said a lot to the two of you. So it's just like, you know, didn't know that you had it in you. Did you ever have any guys like say like call it out? Be like. Yeah. The ring to you sort of thing. Yeah. And you would play it up. Yeah. You probably got free drinks. I mean, you could probably get free drinks anyways. I hate myself. Actually, I I really coming up with these stories like versus all my career up until coming to barstool. These stories would never come flying out of the back of my brain or squeaky, clean shit. Now. I'm like, well, there's also mixed. We think about like what else? What else we're just scratching the surface feel like there's a lot in there were like there's some tattoos. We don't know about definitely tattoos. You don't know about. Really? Yeah. What are you looking at me like that? No, I only have like a couple twos. But Casey has like our asshole tattoo. These are tattoos that you would be able to see if I was in a bathing suit. I mean are there any ones that? No, no. You're getting these. I thought we were going to talk about drugs. Your bag drug dominant. You know about the rails. When it was when it was supposed to be about drugs title. I wish it was. They're going to be people who are like proven. All right. Let's get into the rest of this podcast. We had a big episode this week highlighted by. Zyppah train conductor. Now's well, the the the the giant slayer Zaire's to have a girlfriend who was over six feet tall. He is four and a half eat you do the math on that one. What else? Do we have baseball. But wh- open opening day. The Jacob degrom deal. We we debated baseball for a little bit bomber has a new show. Also coincided with the Conor McGregor news. So there was actually a very big barstool sports week sinc-. K we also had an impromptu answer the internet featuring Casey Smith game. I think what I was off my game. Okay. Well, we can write a back. And I think more questions I think we're gonna have to add a couple more cards to the game. Now, knowing some of the revelations that that Kelly case he has revealed Casey puked in the studio several times in the trash and all all kind of just another another week. And you know, like it was weird. But just par for the course, you have to get super weird to really jar me these days. To move the needle. It's got to be some oh, Dan's it. What to say like major announcements we got a newborn baby in the mix. We're going to have a new bar the wedding baby. So congrats, Dan and coli and enjoy the rest of the podcasts CK podcasts. Best of serious. Answer the internet is out right now with guys we fucked all time answer from this girl. Karen question was questioned there's certain questions that are just born from the internet like somewhere along the way one person came up with this. But I don't know who it was. And I don't know when it was. But the OG question of would you rather watch your parents have sex every night or join in one time to make it stop and this girl Coron she said she would not be able to join in normal answer. The reasoning is because her dad is too tall. Oh, she was like. Yeah. Logistically it just. Yeah. Yeah. That's why you need your dad and her like, you know, with the mechanics just don't work on again. No, I get it. I know if you're having sex with someone who's way different height like and your your your knee height. Doesn't add up like, yeah. It's like a fucking game. Tetris you've gotta make the body true, given given rust me it can be figured out was totally used to date a girl that was north of six foot. Trust me. It can right. So how does I mean, you have to be I waiting for Zadeh come out are on your knees? And she's on her hands and knees you've got to be on like a phone book here. I'm on my knees, and she's on her. So she's she's dog on her hands and news and ordinarily, ordinarily, a guy is on his knees. I'm on my feet. So you stand up she's regular style areas. And it's so funny y'all so I had I had a I had a food ton. I had a food tone that was low writing that was low writing. So she she was told her her limbs would tallest fucking. I had a food on that was tall writing. So when I was with her initially I had to you know, I had to get on the sushi would be on the floor on the futon whole area. That's awesome. But you can understand her where I mean. Yes, it can be done life. The finds a way, but you need a goddamn tall writing. So you do it up. I cannot believe you're with a girl was over six feet that girl you're both just perverts. Both you deviants Kevin. When you when you're on the extreme the extreme of the on the three men of the spectrum. I mean, you got no choice every well. I I think you guys are just like, well, we're both looking freaks on either end. So let's go you figure it out. I told you hooked up with that girl that was like six six six seven volleyball player. She was not six seven. She was she was six five six three new. She was six six she's between six five and six six at. She was abnormally tall does. She play. Yes. College volleyball. Shia. She played college volleyball big bitch. That's a huge bed. Yeah. Well, I mean shot and his giant women. But I understand her point of like, you know, averagely speaking if you just hop on the bed, and you don't you don't match up, it's kind of pain. But like I don't recall like like to me, you're you're already you're always going to be in like the right vicinity. But there are times where you're almost going at it like an angle up or an angled down rather than just right in and confirm. Yeah. And it's like you can get their job done. But it's not ideal. I mean, you can figure it out the logistical nightmare. Yeah. So, but again, the point being that's what I think about with normal people I'm supposed to be having sex with that would not be my concern with having sex is one of my parents, like if your guy there was no there was no issues because it's like it's either like you guys know like either either she's like length flat. And I'm on my side. We're like like making out or whatever new issue their missionary. No issue there. Besides like a fucking when you want to throw a leg over it's like wraps on your body. And then like, yeah. Like you can kinda like angler down from behind. It's not that. It's not that big of a deal. Then again, it's a big deal. But I'm saying if if you're talking about six foot six girls, it's not hurting has higher than your dick. Yeah. So that's like inconvenient. You have to like angle your dick upwards or you have to be on there. Head though, like we're talking about like you'll well if she's never bender over a bed then. Yeah, we have an issue. No. If she's on her hands and knees hurt the distance her from her knee to her like, but that you know, thoughts is much longer than your thoughts. Right. So she's going to be higher than your Dickie. It's like, yeah. You're going like, yes, right? That's what I'm saying. Is it wasn't. You'll be you'll feel the same. Hey ballpark. But anything is possible. Anything's possible. Yeah. Yeah. God bless her. Go check out answer the internet feature. Those two girls I'm going to pose a couple of questions to you tongue. You think? Just the slightest thing in the world. There's just no logical reason other than like, I wanna show you that. I'll probably talk your deck there. I haven't encountered tongue peers you you're talking here. I saw her face, Casey. Talked beers KC question. Wow. Your parents hated my parents hated me for a long how old were you doesn't college? How how long did you have it? Not long. How much did you suck? And that is literally only one reason. No, that's not true. What the fuck was the thought priceless. I have no idea. I don't know what I was thinking. You're literally my entire like college career until probably well, I'm not saying that the reason is like I'm going to go suck dick. But the reason is like I wanna look like slutty and hot. I don't I don't even. I mean, probably, but I don't remember even making the decision to do it. I mean, there's there's nothing more than a girl can do to indicate. I'm here to suck some dick than have a tongue. Piercing? Listen, I obviously don't have one. Now. I don't know what to tell you. I was degenerate and your actual healed completely. She's like she's like chewing on right now. There's no like scar tissue. There is how long it's probably underneath right now. That's on top to how much that hurt bad. I don't remember. I I'm telling you. I don't really have it for. I know like six months, maybe even like, you weren't even dedicated to the let's just go ahead and play she cries all the time who doesn't cry and is tough as a motherfucker Zion. Kate Kate with her broken nose is one of I Texas are being like, I this is I are you. Okay. But also, this is unbelievable content. Kate last night two nights ago Saturday night. One out was on her way. Home got some drunk pizza was running out of the pizza place stepped on her shoelace fell was so committed to that drunk slice of pizza. She didn't she didn't put her hands out and she just fell directly onto. The page and broker knows isn't broken. Oh, it's pro has she been in the office today. Yes. She's here right now, she has a ton of makeup on because she has black eyes from it. But you can't tell what the makeup. I would. I mean, you can tell guys though, she. Well, the picture. I know I wish she just rolled up like crooked nose black is said fuck it. But obviously, I mean if Danielle just said, it's me any other girl here broker any other girl broker knows. It would be like Danielle said crisis like Defcon one. Yeah. I mean, really. Well, I bought a shitload of conceal yesterday. So that was helpful. But whatever brand like that should be their new shit. Like, hey, we have a broken. Are you a human dumpster fire? We've got a great conceal her for you that will cover any mistake, the icing on the dumpster cake you wearing the fuck you. You fucking fuck shirt on such an idiot. I had gone to little Italy that day, and I was like I'm gonna have myself little New York City or state so mocking little Italy. And they have all this dumb t shirts. And the fuck you fuck and functions made me laugh on me. Like it's perfect now, I'll wear it out tonight. Because what sassy lady doesn't wear kids shirt like stretch pants. I was wearing stretch pants kids. And fuck you. Fuck fuck. So. Yeah. Your your face hit the pavement. Yeah. Oh, dead on. I don't have I fell straight like a like a straight. Log like, my knees didn't even bed because I was bragging about how I never time. My shoes tied right now. No. Mile. But yeah. So I fell straight down holding a slice of pizza on a paper plate like between my heads. And when I fell I just straightened out to hold the pizza out in front of me was slice. So I have no scratches at all on my arms 'cause I sell so smooth right on the face right on my face. I hit my knees. So hard that parts of my stretch pants are still in the cuts up by. Yeah. I was like trying to scrub the belt this hour. Yeah. Yeah. Supergirl my God. So did you cry? No. I see. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's how this came about. I said that the scene in the locker room for UCF afterwards. Despite it being a crushing loss. I mean, those guys were all like sobbing to the point that I was like I've never seen a locker room like this. I said, you know, he's not crying guys is barstool Kate with a broken nose whilst we toughen up a little bit. Yeah. Well, I wasn't crying. Because all in all the most important thing the pizza remained on the plate and it slid up to the very top of the plate. It was like right on the edge of the pavement. But it didn't. And I like scooped it up with one hand as holding it like a suitcase all the side. I was like. Say was the reaction around the street where people like oh my God. Yeah. The cat. So I ran out in front of cab that was far away at the time. But when I fell was like two feet from the bump. And if you've got hit by a cab on top of it, all I mean, think of the page views though, I the death pool. K would have maybe have. Well, Kevin texted me yesterday. Like, hey, UK, whatever. And I was like, yeah. Fine. But is it bad that like as I was laying with blood like port. My hair was soaked a blood like my nose, just super bloody my hands. It was the hairs like pouring out. Like, it was real. Out like, it was real. It was pouring out. That was like all over my. I was like oh, man. I gotten to write about this. I like that. I thought sick life when catastrophes happen. I'm like, well, we going blog. Blow baby. It was the only source of blood was from your nostrils. There's no other bleeding like the skin on your nose wasn't it's covered and concealed right now. But if you look closely to tap my nose cut up so glad you didn't lose any teeth. There. They hurt they like really they were in play to they were in play. I definitely end the inside my lips cut like all the way down, and my she could have been in here without her front two teeth. Oh, yeah. I kind of you rolled it without the concealed just to just to do it. Oh, yeah. I know because that's like black underneath it is a little Ed maybe tomorrow. They. Think of the content Israel when I should really be doing sales. You'd better be on the fucking phone with some sort of makeup sponsor right now be like, look, even we even cover up like a broken face as we know girls. Verse gravity is like a theme for us. Like, we could really do usually usually girls on elevated. What is it elevated surfaces? Yeah. Kate was on the ground around gravity can still get you walk us through your your bar tab leading up to this. This all my God. Well, so I was supposed to go out for a birthday party that night, and I fell asleep watching the Villanova game. So by the time it was on. I was like shit. So then another friend called and was like, why don't you come out with me? And I'm all my early thirties. Now is like I don't know should just stay in. But that little like come on old girl, you got it. So I went back over to Manhattan, and they were drinking wine. I was like, well, I'll catch up. So I like housing Merlo's like an idiot. I was like chugging them like a beer, and it was lines. And. That'll do it eighty dollar eighty dollars bar tab for just wine at the first bar just for me. So that's a lot of wine. Why it's a good. So I assume you weren't drinking like an eighty dollars. Nice ball. I don't know. Yeah. So yeah, I'll have the jug of Gallow, please. I'll take. So you were drinking a lot of shitty wide. Yeah. That I was in a club where like Bob like younger people were dancing, and I was like I like my little Coleman cooler backpack on I drinking wine still no by this point. I was vodka sodas yet. I was in the village. I was in the east village. I think so I don't know get it girl. It was more. I'm going to need to know where he works. I live in the east village. You know, was it. I'm trying to picture the scene that you were in. So my version of a club might not be your version of Bob. Yeah. Yeah. All right. It was probably a barn. These bills. Many people are dancing pianos. Have you ever been there? There's like a back room where basically so I was in the bed. That's people are dancing there. Yeah. Cool. Ben. For me. I would like tower or anything, but a good time. Yeah. But then so that's where I hit the point where I was like oh shit. You're it was like almost four in the morning. I was like I think you're done now. Yeah. Oh, I know. Know. Get this pizza walk out. And there was the dollar slice place. Like Xia does. And I was like, oh, I got the line was long, and I was gonna go home. And I was like no you need this. But ran out of plane and I wanna play. But I was like no you need that. So I got a big old slice of pepperoni. And like, you know, when you're drunk and you get those like bacon ranch cheese fries slice of pizza that. You're just like fuck. Yeah. So I was going to run across the street. There was like a flower bed or some other going to sit on the edge of this flower thing and just houses sucker. That's why I was like lining to when I ran across the street. My shoelace got caught my other shoe, and I just went down hard the cab driver got out and was terrified because I fell right in front of his car. And he was like oh my God. Are you? Okay. Did you eat the pizza? Oh, I knew my mouth. I didn't think. So. But then I didn't know what level of drunk. You're blood usually doesn't make it for a good pizza. But you don't like whatever. Like, if you're that drunk that at some point, you might have been like, you were you were you that drunk? I mean, you're you're drunk like your member all this and like its sober me up pretty quick. So. I look up to the morning. I took the piece of pizza home with me all the way back I woke up, and I was like there. She is fully intact on the plate. I don't know. Why would you rather? Have it be because you were like completely hammered or that you are a klutz. I don't know. What's worse? I think it was a mix of both at the time though because. Yeah, probably. But I I'm just thinking like when I if I was a klutz. I'd be like, well, that's just me like it happened because I'm because that's me. Whereas if I do something when I do something colossally stupid when I'm drunk. Yeah. I'm like law on just want to rewind time. Just go back in time like that much and don't do that. Yeah. So I feel like that would drive me crazy if I broke my nose from just being too drunk well oddly enough on Thursday night, I went to a strip club. And I was wearing. I was wondering the same shoes. And I almost fell in the strip club for the same tireless shoes, maybe or maybe start tying them. I guess Kodjo. Do it was the one where the stage is a giant basketball net. Yeah. Yeah. Hoops or something like that? It's a giant basketball net with like clear stage on top of the poll comes out of the net. And they're like the basketball swirling down the pole to the net. Yeah cates. Kids strip club stories are so great. When we we were roomies in Atlanta. You went to which one was Clermont. Like we wake up that's a special. She talking about how this lady was like crashing Miller lite candles. Oh my God. I I don't see or something like that. Her name now, but she's been there forever. She's like eighty five. She's nice that strip clubs stories were. I mean. Yeah. Needs to be a thing. Like, maybe it needs to be like a series. Like Kate goes strip clubs strip club. Do it. I think if they would allow the robot arm. Yeah, I feel like maybe we need to track down like. St. camp security footage. Like, there might be I fell outside of a hotel it could and it could be there, and I kind of want to call them and be like this is Shelley. And I wanted to I should have asked that cabdriver. He real quick. Do you have a dash Cam seamy like sprinting out all excited like holding this pizza and then going down definitely need to? Yeah. My nostrils are on even now they'll they'll they'll they'll go back. They'll go back. Yeah. That's all right. Is biz are what could be you had a business. He knows right away and his pretty permanent. Yeah. I feel that a medicine. Are you on just Advil right now? I know. Well, yes, you she because she didn't even go to the emergency room house. And I was. I was hung over. I was like I would rather die right now than being on hospital morning. After like, did you wake up and think it was a dream? Or are you just like trying piece it together? You wake up and you're like oh my face. Hello. Yeah. The worst part is my rooms like very small. So I have my bed, and then it's like a foot, and then my dresser with a huge mirror. So I sat up and I was like, oh, okay. That's what happened last is. Yeah. I saw blood everywhere. So. Thank you still. Probably went to bed is a leading. So knows it's not like, okay. We're going to bed now. I'll stop. Yeah. Good times. Moral of the story. You could still be degenerate. Just tighter shoes. High those shoes. Goin' velcro. I think switch back go. I can't believe you still have on Todd shoes on right now. I know I just hate time. The data is like God damn tire lady. I know man. That's I was gonna say I'm trying to think like my worst injury. Yeah. I mean, I I wasn't really drunk the night that I was sleep walking and ruined my life is different. But I don't think I've ever been like so drunk that I fell or something like that. I know my worst injury likes me like that is when I was at the gym I like flipped off the back extension machine. That was here we tried to get to get the footage. Like like, you know, what I'm talking about? Right. Where you're like lying on your stomach and your legs suspended behind you. And I guess I use that machine. All the time. I guess I got cocky with it. And like dot one of my legs was in when it wasn't. And I did a full front flip off of it. But sit my face like odd, and they wouldn't give me the footage. They wouldn't give me the footage that sucks. That's what I said. I was like listen if I'm going to have to walk around looking like this right now and having barest -ment like I did I should at least. Able to put the content out. And they right now again, that's like what was the point? Then yet, I wasn't even drunk. So it didn't even like the pain. I felt right away. At least if you're drunk, you know, it's a little bit. It would have been great. If you're like, so I was shit faced at the gym. Made a little mistake. Yeah. No. I mean, I've fallen down a bunch of drunk, but. Yeah. Number on my face. I think that's my only drunk injury. I don't think I've ever had a drunk injury before I've. I've like I've fallen, but I don't think I've gotten hurt. Yeah. Didn't didn't with the BRUCE'S all to the parade. Yeah. We were doing what is your ass kicked in the outfield. We're doing really drunk injury. That's more just like you got beat up by player bruised ribs. But like, I didn't remember I mean, I didn't that kind of counts if you get drunk and do Oklahoma drills guys a much bigger than you then. Yeah. A few months ago. So I used to play rugby which prize self explanatory hearing, the dumb shit that happens to me like a dumb rugby girl, but I meet up with the girls that I played with sometimes like so we had a house in the Poconos, and I was doing radio till midnight at the time. So I got their super late. So I was like the only sober one. By the time. I got there and one of the girls who had just gotten a new teaching job fell face planet. Like I did. And knocked her front tooth out. No sucks, but at least trophic dental this and that and fake teeth and that would hurt so much. I would rather break my nose like every day for twenty days in a row, then lose a tooth mom, helping when it heals like free nose job. Maybe. The girl can dream. Hey, Kate things are looking up. They got everything's coming up Kate. And you look like fine today. Thank you. I like he said that you could say I saw the picture. There's no way or here's a makeup though. I was going to say so I would like you to come in with other make for the story. But I understand why not what you should do is do one of those makeup tutorial videos with Elliott Elliott for like Elliot's like here's how to conserve your face. It's like here's how to disguise your broken face. Black guy Francis has been doing those maybe one. Oh, yeah. Do a highlight who drunk makeup, go go home tonight get drunk and do those on again run around do a drunk makeup tutorials on for for all my girls, broken noses out there. Right. Maybe he drank eating dollars worth of cheaper wine again Tuesday. Really know exactly what you study high test high sort of thing. Yeah. You have like eight glasses of wine. Oh, yeah. Because dollars and you're looking at if it's cheap wine, you're gonna what like maybe nine or ten dollars a glass of New York. I was at the blind Tigers like my favorite bar one of my favorite. Bars in the city, and I got this the coveted fireplace spot. So I was like I'm in it. And I'm just so yeah, it was just amazing subtle by the fireplace for our we were there for hours and hours, so fantastic. Yes. Nothing good ever happens at like three or four AM. No, right. No. But she's you're not gonna stop doing it. But I got good page views yesterday. Don't come comes up. Well, girl, fucking pay is still look great all things considered. Thank you. Thank you. I honestly, I can't even tell if we didn't know like even knowing I'm like, you wouldn't be able to out if you just walked up to somebody who didn't know, despite the fact that we publicize it all over the internet millions of people to see they would be able to tell no several layers to conceal her works like a dream not a big makeup late. I think I am now. No. Take it away. Jerry corrobos. It's opening opening day. Kevin Clancy day, one of a grind seven months while six for you seven for me. About two and a half three for me. Yeah. Mother's day. I gotta make mother's day. And then I shut it down. I mean, I hope that you're playing non meaningful games in say August September. Well, at least what actually you know, what I'm gonna do. Get merchant align. I'm gonna make for all the battered Mets fans out there gonna make meaningful game as temperatures. This is all the Mets fans who have lived through the wilpon 's and they're infamous we just wanna be playing meaningful. Baseball timber quote. I think we will be. But I hate that is like that's wilpon mantra meaningful baseball in September. That's not that's not the month. Doc dollar anyway, don't give pay baby step you saw baby baby here. It's opening day coming the ground bump, he's. A bump. He's offending Cy Young optimism this team. Hey, I'll tell you what I looked at that lineup. I don't hate it. I don't hate the best Lynam. There was never an issue with the line. No there. Absolutely. Is absolutely. No. They didn't perform on paper. They were good. Well, I don't like about. But what can Fourtou are? We're getting this year. That's the problem. That's that's the paper's gonna be problem. Conforto is a big question. Mark. I think could knows a big question, Mark. I think I think people have anointed Brennan Nimmo an MVP candidate. Somehow. I think he's nice crappy little leadoff hitter. But let's not act like if if we're relying on huge production Brennan, no, I think we're in trouble. I think I mean Renan Nimmo was like an NL and the Canada at one point last year for like a fucking day. But and it was like, relax. It was like a month or two he was like a nine hundred something opium. I know. But it was never a fucking chance. Brennan nimmo's win the MVP come on. Everyone relax come back to earth. I mean the catcher position ever since my is going be fuck. Well shots. Paulie will Duke as always an issue with the Mets. You know, the fact that they even shout to my man Todd Frazier who he liked on Instagram. The latest answer the internet that was up. The question was if you got ten thousand dollars per day, everyday that you didn't masturbate how long could you go? Todd Frazier liking that so shout out to you. I wonder how many days Todd Frazier. Go jerking off. It's a beautiful day down that you know, what might as well. Let's get Todd Frazier in here. Somehow can you work on Jarrett? It was originally. I think he was going to do like the spikes up tour, and then I'm stunned. As he seems like a very chill very very laid back on guy heart of a lion. He's he's the horrible lion. Can't stay on the field and his bat kinda fallen apart. Put his heart is just that of lion. It's an important Jared. It is the most important day. No. Well, it's okay. Let me paint. The picture, Jetsons, pajamas baseball pants. That's not John. But you came in pajamas. You have you have pats the same thing everybody. Look like baseball, pencil jealous, sailor pajamas. Okay. So you have your seen baseball before. Because he's our baseball like tighter biggies value. 'cause I'm like I grew up with Manny dog. Yeah. But see that's the thing is when you say baseball pants like that's like when girls talk about baseball fans. They're tight around the ass. Those absolute he's not going to tell me what baseball look like. Okay. See literally everybody in the office telling you Thomas. Oh, KC baseball. It's tight. Yeah. In the fucking seventies. Nobody's gonna those baseball in Q is not. And he his all section ten flag draped around his shoulders and his section ten slides on his feet starting on his feet. So he he shirt he is all baseball's out. Now, it's the most important of the year for me because hope springs eternal, it's a clean slate. The Mets are in first place right now and the best opening day team in baseball history today is yes. A ceremony for you. Correct. No, no, we we we start our fucking season with an eleven game west coast road trip. Oh, wow. Really? Oh, yeah. What the fuck is that about you don't see rings for two weeks from now it's youkilis not normal not normal at all Kevin. That's crazy. Well, then so my point was gonna be that while the rings ceremonies. Nice for you. Even those today. These games are a formality for you you need to fast forward to Tober. This for me is where this is my like World Series. Yeah. This is where it all starts and probably ends. You're talking to the wrong guy. 'cause I mean, I just I love baseball. I love of every team. I love watching all the games. So I get off on watching max Scherzer versus Jacob degrom that get my rocks off with that. Well, this is going to be a doozy right here. Max shurer, I'm sick of this fucking guy. Do need to the Yankee game though, just for national coverage just need to make sure that we can we maybe fit that on the TV screen. How's that possible figured out? Okay. Thanks. Did. You. Did you drive any trains last night? Was sorry. I just ran ran to the TV's. Sorry. I'm pulling your both rushing. Did you drive any trains last night? Yeah. A little bit a little bit. So actually last night woman to play baseball last night. So while I was waiting for spider. Just got his PS four spider goes for a while waiting for that to get all set up, and I I drove trains for a little bit. I tried to I tried out the thing they don't crash. No. They don't know. How so disappointed that just tell you like, you know, you're over the limit keeps going we'll cut you off. I think it's because the game is not even like rated R. I was gonna say this probably, you know, staying age to nineteen you can't do that. I'm so sick of max Scherzer and his double ply me. I guess why why do little things like that bother? You can cause I'm fucking Sousa cynical negated. Bidder person. And I and I don't like anything to do with the nationals with the Yankees or the Phillies. Okay. And the Marlins anything else. No. It's about it in baseball. Okay. That's where my like, you know, unbridled hatred like starts and stops with those those teams why own team, and then those why can't why isn't MLB TV working right now. So problem pace balls here. Casey Smith, just take a few months off. Yeah. I don't know what baseball pants look like. Although I've been checking out baseball pants are guys asses in baseball pants. I mean, that's what every girl does. Right. Baseball, pants and football pants. It wasn't funny. Is so tight always baseball pants. Not always. Well, I'm not the only one that doesn't think that you look like you're wearing baseball doing Kevin. That's people Pat too. I mean, literally everybody office, but here another. These are baseball baseball is here are the new rules fully enacted Jared. No. When is that just next season? Yeah. There's some that are next season. Like, the what was the three batter rule was that the Caesar now? I think that that's what I'm confused now because there was like the three batter minimum. There was the fuck. What were the other ones drawing a blank now? I don't remember. Remember, the real good morning. Good afternoon. Good night's shirts. Struck out nemo like he was a fun in throw the other rule side. Dammit. I don't know, you should know this baseball cover. Well, I'm like trying to set up game. I know we're we're all distracted right now because it's like Christmas morning here. So we got the Yankees and the Mets on I. So for years now ever, I would say, maybe it was two thousand fourteen or fifteen I was living in Hoboken. We were doing the rundown on Skype at this point. And all the pitch clock. That's I had ordered Shire's dealing. I had ordered hotdogs to be delivered to my house because the Mets had a day game. That's what I do. And I thought the rundown was going to be well over by the time the game started at my dogs arrived, but Dave was you know, milling around and taken too much time. So in the middle of the rundown my door knocks and I have to get up in the rundown. I run over and I grabbed my dogs, and Dave what is that? And I was like they're my game dogs, and that was the birth of of a movement that every single time the Mets have day game. I like myself hotdogs, okay. And so what better of a day game than opening day game dogs? So I had Brett order them. Okay. And Brett ordered one hundred hotdogs to come to the office. He told me they were going to arrive at one PM on while. I am eternally grateful for him ordering triple digit hotdogs for me. I go on the air at one pm. It's hard for me to stuff my face with hot dogs when I got to be on the air so me, and why p we went over to Piat ourselves around. Let's call it noon, and I had the worst experience of my entire life. Oh, I wanted to buy dog. It's one of my favorite places, and I ordered myself to to with mustard to chilli cheese too. With onions, you are six fierce hours six myself. Why peace steps up and he orders to chilli cheese one with sauerkraut and relish one. With onions I wanted to knish all the sudden one guy's making mind one guy's making his nobody's communicating. Nobody knows how many we've ordered. And they looked to me. And they're like how many hotdogs you have. Well, how much is this? I was like I don't fucking work here, man. I order the hotdog or jobs, you know, how much they cost I pay you. Then I go eat them. And then they had like a fight. There was team dissension papaya dog. Guys started yelling at each other. And they were like this guy doesn't speak English. I'm so sorry. How many did you order? What about these over here? I was like, bro. I don't know. And then we ended up getting half our hotdogs, I got no condition overpaid. And there was a Heron. There's a Heron area was probably the worst part of the story. The guy was so scared because he was getting yelled out the guy who didn't speak any English Shire's very good as he was making the chili cheese dog. He was just lumping the chili and the cheese onto the dog. So it was covered in it, and apparently also hair. So I came back final Berg Zammit his and found the hair. I choose not to do things like that. I eat because if you examine something like New York City hotdog, you're gonna find something every single time. If you look into your Chinese food, you're gonna find some that everything unless it's fine everywhere else. It's probably gonna be gross. So I just scarf down six out dogs. And then the the day game dogs get here twelve forty five. Yeah. So now, there's one hundred more hot stare me in the face. And they're all I have fifteen minutes to spare before I go on the air. Did you more? No. But I did have a Hershey bar so Hershey. She no, there's this harsher because ebony got fucking high ordered snacks again. That's what she does when Evans. Hi, she orders. Full-sized candy bars. Pop tarts full. Cinnamon buns and muffins Shorter's yogurt though. So that's exciting. Oh, good. I'm happy for you. I walk in there. And I love Darren face. I can't I can't control myself. Ebony stop smoking weed where they're already playing the ACA you. Yup. There's no ring ceremony. That's weird. They must have missed it. Do you think that maybe they just maybe? Oh, I know what it is. They've won so many that like we'll just we'll just keep this one on the. Yeah. No. That would make sense if Robbie no. Oh, Robbie don't, you know? Let's go. That's wow. I did not see that coming. What's the over under of the amount of games this season that you're going to be able to show this excitement, seven and a half. No, I give it I give Jill mother's day. Every year. Mets bring kiddy bring your wife guarantee. I don't know if I've ever seen you this. I don't know that they're seen rob. You can hit a fucking homerun dead centers for the New York Mets. Max scherzer. Kevin's in a good move. And he says the words right like usually step right up and fuck yourself. Yeah. Baby. I mean, this is a genuine smile he has on his Fassa Lucy. This is this is where there's a light. There's a fucking there's a little bit of light at the end of this tunnel here. Maybe canot and Conforto could be a nice little one two punch. Maybe they're in the hunt enough that that little sex pot Brodie van wagon decides to make a move at the break. Maybe we can actually upgrade maybe Pete Alonzo Pete Kong was not sick. And I'll rookie year on starting. He he's very cocky about it tweeted out a video of himself Photoshop on the king Kong's body climate, the Empire State, building smashing helicopters. Maybe that fucking big donkey dick is going to take the city by storm. Meanwhile, we still got Jake degrom ready to take the bump take the mount. I'm just saying thing. Go good things. Could get your goat shirts right now. Buddy. Conforto. Yeah. I coulda used as Conforto gets tossed to just take away all the goodwill. Just built that. Michael Conforto, man. I mean, people forget my man had two runs the World Series. He did it was time his special player. Well, you know, the jury's out. I think I think we I think we need to find out this year if you special on these very very big year for him. It is a big year for him because he's coming off a major injury that at the time people were like, I don't even know if you can come back from this period. And if there's any team that can botch an injury, it's the New York as well. I mean, they've bought they bought him from the jump up down for the miners up down from the DL, the Mets don't know how to manage any of their talent. But it's a new regime Jarrett a new day, and it's a new era. It's a new era in queens. The sun is out everybody all aboard the the bandwagon. Oh, yeah. Go. That's that should be assured. Oh, yeah. I think I'm thinking about it. He's sexy shit too. So maybe maybe maybe a picture of him and the bandwagon. Let's go sandy from Oakland. It's opening day. What do you got? Sanday? Going once. Yeah. Okay. So I want to call it yesterday. But I had to run. So I have some for all three guys. First of all, Casey, you're whatever recommendation. I don't understand how you over the Honey butter, chicken biscuit. I'm not a fan of I'm not a fan of it. And I I know I know I also hate sweet tea. So I I'm not a great. I'm not a great what a burger Representative when it comes to that. But I the tuxedos. I could literally swim in about that Fulham. Yes. Those are those are good sort of Patty mills for Kevin as fan Mets fan. Keep representing the small market team in the big market. I hate all the giant fans out here for Jared. You say from the town next week for the Red Sox as game, right? Yes, sir. Right on your care of friendly guy. Right. Oh, yeah. Big time. Okay. My company has the largest. My company has the largest permitted indoor grown, say, California. We're right across the street from the call him anytime love the host you and give you a tour. Yeah. Definitely down for that. Actually, get up get up Dallas. 'cause Dallas would definitely be the guy that would probably backflips or simple. Oh, yeah. Oh down lineup. Let's go to Matt from North Carolina. What do you got on baseball? KFC just wanted to ask you, what's the what's the what's the money on which month? You're gonna have to officially council of the season for the Mets this year. The over-under is the same as always it's mother's day. But the over under of hike cited you or that was more my question, not when you're cancelling the season counseling the season when you're actually like the way he just reacted to that home run is I want to know how many games I can expect that. Okay. So let's we'll base off last year eleven and one it was twelve games of excitement, and I actually didn't even really let myself get excited last year, but I'm going to allow myself to get excited this year. So yeah, eleven Housego eleven can make it to twelve games of excitement. But mother's day is always the barometer for they always end up playing the brewers around mother's day. And the brewers will go back to back to back on them in like a very crucial moment, and it is just in hindsight. Well in hindsight for others for me in real time. I always realize the seasons absolutely over right then. And that's okay. It's different this year. I think it is. It is different this year. Thinking is like you can look back and be like, hey, remember that time that Robinson hit a home run the first inning. Max Scherzer and opening day. Like, it is different. I feel like it's at least a little different. They'll have to win the game though, you sell to win many games. Now that's one day at a time. I mean, somebody said to be like, hey, it's that time of year again where we get all excited and. You know, we do this that and the other thing and we win somewhere between seventy six and eighty six games like, Yep. Pretty much. We can boil down the next seven months to this. Where you guys had the best record in baseball like the first two weeks of the season, right? I mean get up again just maybe a little bit trying to extend a little bit longer next time. Don't worry about a Kevin. Hey, listen. It's opening day. It's a clear sleep had six hotdogs some Hershey. What's scary? I have had six hotdogs and to Hershey bars. And I don't even faze me. Like, usually I'd be like I feel like shit. Nothing. Nothing to do six more excited. I guess I'm just running on a Drennan right now. I'm I'm going to try to one of these hot dogs. But now that you talked about hair and stuff in it. And I'm already not in order that was a define. But now I was already not like not feeling my best wanting to eat. And now you're talking about hair in your food. And obviously, I'm kinda out on the well, just wait until Jared. I'm talking about hotel rooms, and then you know, actually, I'll be in one this weekend. Oakland, maybe do appear scope. Saturday, and I'll be there Saturday on Thursday. Thursday feeling stable fly back Friday throwing up. Can we not probably like five nights? Base six ninety baseball season. Like during the offseason, I understand when you start talking about these kind of things because you don't have anything else to talk about. But it's basically a hotel Casey's like, let's talk about fucking exit philosophy. Let's talk about rather here. Jared I would rather hear Jared talk about baseball in Spanish for the next two hours here five seconds of his hotel room stories, don't worry about it. I don't wanna hear any about that. I'm I'm out right here for somebody just tweeted me a screen shot of Yankee fans in the stands the Bronx. And guess what? They all look like a bunch of fucking dumb Goumas. I can't wait for yet. Another season. Actually, I'm gonna go out right now. And I'm gonna give give out a little re tweet of my finest work ever. It's my pinned tweet return ity. My magnum opus of all the all the Yankee fans are just the skills of society. I went to go get lunch before the show started this Yankee fan walked by news. I. The Yanks year. And I was like is it and he's like probably. That's the thing. I see hopes that little run around with his stupid game thrown shirt. Take back the east. See I fucking lame as I like the game of thrones aspect to it. But it's so lame for the Yankees to be like we need to get back to the top. When's the last time when you were at the top for a hundred street years, you shouldn't be set like take Asia. But I just I'm so jaded on how much I love game of thrones right now like you could put out like literally the most garbage shirt of all time. But if it's game of thrones theme on here for give it all the awards. I feel you on that. But it's just like guys have a little bit of pride. What does the last time? They won the division. It has been dozen twelve really. How many of the reds really one three straight? Yeah. And then what did like the the Orioles snuck in raise Alba? Yeah. Boy, the Blue Jays and. All and and the mighty of fallen literally everyone the Yankees interesting. Yeah. I would say I I'm probably without looking that everyone has one division title like the Yankees probably the last alias team to win one. Oh, no TV get all fucked up. Here's a question for you friend of mine over WFAN, Greg Jeannot, he's he he took over for credit cards. I'm boomer and geo. He's a Mets fan. He went to Yankee Stadium opening day today. Okay. Instead of watching the Mets game your thoughts. Now, he's they're like kind of representing WFAN technically a workout in. Also sounds like you probably could've like just not done it. If he didn't he's a Mets fan that went to go. See the Yankees are home. And there he went there. But the Mets are also on one. So he's like not really seeing the Mets opening Z on the air in the crowd is definitely I on the air. But I don't know if he's like in the in the crowd, or if he's like in the media section or whatever. You can go, but you have to be somewhere where you can still watch them. Yeah. Right. Even that, I don't know. I I don't think I mean, I have a steadfast rule. I just don't go to Yankee Stadium. Like, I went to the pop punk show the first one that they did. But I still watch the Red Sox phone the whole time like game one thirty eight of ways to lately, meaning like ten games. Probably. Yeah. I I have a rule that I don't go Yankee Stadium. I went once ever like did you go the new one? I can't really Yankee Stadium. One time your entire life. That's crazy. Right. Once I mean, I understand it makes sense. But that's just maybe twice. I definitely went once with my ex like she was Yankee fan, and at that point, you know, do anything for love. I think I went once in college my freshman year when I was trying to make friends and like everybody Yankee fan, and I was like all right. I need I want to have friends in college. So I'm going to go with these guys. I think I went. I've gone to stand couple of times. But I have like a fucking steadfast rule that like why would I go there? Why would I go to someplace that? I absolutely fucking hate. Somebody was like my my buddy had tickets to Josh Beckett. Versus Randy Johnson Red Sox. They're like come on your baseball fan like. I was like I don't want to be surrounded by sixty thousand are you fucking losers. Why would I do that? And you don't want me there. You know? Yeah. You don't want me there. I don't wanna be there. I'm not going to this dumb ass stadium. I don't see the problem with that. I mean, at least to check out the new one I would say, and then did you do did you do also barstool at the ballpark at Yankee Stadium s Yankees or do that I make that up? I mean, we definitely did one at at a city field. I remember that one they might have done one. But I didn't go to it. I wouldn't I wouldn't do that. Speaking of Barcelo, the ballpark next Saturday is the opening the first event we have won every single month of the season. We're opening up against the NATs at home, Saturday, April six it's a one ten start. The beer starts one hour prior to first pitch. So go to Mets dot com slash barstool. And you can get any tickets to any of the outings. I'm gonna be at almost all this year in years gone by haven't been able to make it, but we're gonna try to do probably not for this first one because it's just not enough time left, but we're hoping to get like Budweiser involved. We're going to a tailgate slash live show in the parking lot to start just like a quick twenty thirty minute podcasts, hang out in the parking lot. Then when the beer's special starts had on in. It's the best deal in all sports. I think the tickets are ninety bucks. You get a ticket a free meal and free beer all game long. It's it's I think it's the most fun sounds stool event. We do I every year. I go down to sales just so you know, we're gonna have like six. Six events that sell anywhere between three and five hundred tickets, and everybody's gonna come out and everybody loves it. I don't know if you guys want to get involved in this at all maybe make some money off it. I think it's one of the better events like we do completely so Mets dot com slash barstool. From brooklyn. Brooklyn. What do you got on the Mets payment? Kevin. I'm here. I'm offering the peace treaty for the call as a Yankee fan. I don't know, you know. You know? I'm also, however, I'm also the guy that set up that little wind conversation with you Christina showman. So it does take a village. All right. Okay. Here right now. Wait, wait. Let me just say this, okay, peaceful shit catching. Okay. Sounds like a nice guy. So you sound like a nice guy. You don't sound like too much of Goumba. You did help me out with Christina showman. But you are Yankee fan right now. I kind of feel like it's a wash, and I don't know where to go. So I'm gonna ask you this. Do you wear your jersey with a couple buttons on the backwards hat and fuck in Italian horn chain around your neck, Kevin? I can't begin to describe how much that is not me right now. Coming. Sound? Okay. I don't think I'm going to change his wearing the dragon Chan the middle school. All right. I'll put it this way. I can tolerate you. So go ahead. I appreciate that. So with that being said, I'm in the bottom of the first inning ready, and I'm already tired of Michael case broadcast. One thing. Mets fans have is the ultimate Trump card on broadcasters. So since you have the it is. Guts. Are you have the Golden State Warriors staff of it because you can choose between either. You know, the radio go how he rose and not Lou anymore verandah though or the Coen darling. Keith trio, which one do you choose? 'cause I gotta listen everything on Newt Franklin streaming TK during a Yankee game, which almost feel like last night. That's that. First of all. Thank you for that. Second of all. That's a great question. Third of all say this. It's a little bit sad. I I have I have enough perspective and self awareness to admit this. It's a little bit sad. How basically the thing that Mets fans. Get like the cockiest about is brought. It's never really on the field product. It's always how good are our TV and radio broadcast is put have you. Have you dabbled a lot nothing? Why? Now you live here. No. I don't watch TV at all like is just sit my apartment and silence. A lot you Nessin non New York. I don't. But if the Red Sox aren't on you won't pop a New York baseball game. No, I'll watch like don't get the broadcast. Like, I watch it on TV, and they don't show the broadcast. On TV when you're if you're here, I guess, but if I have cable I'll put on like it'll be network on one of them. And then I'll just like distribute the games dream Nessin. I think you can. Yeah. Know, you can watch like Celtics like NBC sports. Boston broadcasting like of Gary Cohn key through Nanas and rondor Ling as as I said, I know it's sad. How much we brag about it. But they really are like absolutely fucking stellar. Ron darling is not good in the playoffs on TBS when he doesn't national broadcast. He's really not good as a Mets guy though. He's unreal. Keith is like Keith like the Charles Barkley baseball. He's on real. And then Gary Cohen's like the technical play by play guy. And then the radio broadcasts how he wrote a shout out to Elissa rose. She's a friend of the program hair. Father. I don't know. I the asking me to choose between those two I like listening to baseball games the radio you do that there. I do too. I feel like I had to describe what they're seeing even listening to to football on the radio can be really see. I I like baseball because it's such a slow. Yeah. Of stop and go, I guess stop go with football. But when the action is going like like Kevin Harlan does it so. Well, but it's almost to me. It's a joke. How much he's done of the down under the five rain. Remember, you just have to auction ear whereas baseball, that's why I think VIN scully's so revered 'cause you get to like story. Tell of like you're like it's like poetry, almost you like painting the picture, and you're doing it. So like, you know, majestically if you do if you do it, well, at least, so I think there's something about listening on the radio where you hear like the sounds of the ballpark, and you know, that like I used to used to when I was living Hoboken, we had a backyard, and I would just grab a lawn chair. I would go outside with my beer, and I would just sit there like an old man with a little transistor radio and TV was available right in there. But sometimes rather just like sit in the sun listened to a game and soak it in which is there's nothing wrong with that loser. Baseball shit. Like you're going to be a loser baseball fan. I mean, you have to be a baseball fan. You have to be a loser. Baseball fan of your baseball fan. I'm sure you can very much appreciate. But don't you think that there's an inherent loser? Nece to us as like baseball fans inherently kind of nerdy. That's fair. But there's I think there's a difference between nerdy and loser. Okay, fine. But. You know what I'm saying? Yeah semantics, but like there's something to the fact that we're like soap szeswith this. When we get we nerd out over stats, and we doubt over like, the people that like fuck in get all geeked up for like NFL Sunday is just like ours or so many more Gail. Our sport is more times a week than yours. But there's also there's also that way starring nine room bots, Luke Voight with the worst haircut you've ever seen in your life with the three three run yak job. I feel like because baseball is so much slower. Like you're saying like being entertaining in a broadcast booth. Whether it's TV or radio is a lot harder. You got to actually be entertaining because it's like football and basketball homes for. Yeah. Especially basketball and hockey too. But with baseball there's so much time where there could be dead air. You won't you're almost like podcasting baseball broadcast. You've got to be able to talk and explain to agree to because like if you watch a baseball game in somebody's talking the entire fucking time. It's like, can you stop you? Let it breathe. Can you be entertaining? But still like hear the sound of the ballpark and stuff like that. But I think that that's why baseball fans like more like their nerdier because there's more time to process that you know, to bait to be happy. We'll hit a breaker here. But I'll I've written his blog several times. I've had this argument basically, my whole career here. I think baseball's the most important sport in the world. Agree. And I think that football fans get very bent out of shape when I say that oh God. Let's on me. Let's go on me. Comeback talk show day. Well, you're going to have to try to break more CK. Post mates the most important company on the planet earth. That's a fact forget about tesla forget about Amazon it's all about post mates because what they are the lazy man's company. 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See you can enter set it up really high. There you go. Find his hair. Does look good today. Looks great. So before the break. I said baseball's the most important sport in the world America. I don't care about the rest of the world. And that that was what your saving grace to me was going to be right. Well, yes, if you do open up to the world, obviously. But yeah. The worst haircut in the world. He looks like something straight out of teenage mutant ninja turtles. He looks. Like a bad guy from teenage mutant ninja turtle. Do you? Go into the barbershop or whatever and say give me the give me villain haircut. The complete asshole haircut is that can can someone get a picture of the screen. That is visit worst haircut. I have ever sees it. It looks like they just did it looks like they stopped halfway it looks like he was going to get his head shaved. And then they're like, oh, wait a minute part here. I left the fucking oven. I gotta run home. And then he stops in the middle of haircut. He gets that line down the middle half a mohawk half a side part half a shaved head. It is the worst haircut. I've ever seen him the hard part too. You would think I'm just upkeeping that pain in the ass. Just because I would have to get a haircut like everyday. Yeah. It's crazy bed. One of the worst I've ever seen. But I'm sure they have them show. They have a barber in the Kolya. I'm surprised the Yankees lead of how that stupid fucking air coat with. Are there? Other dumb rules, George Steinbrenner's dead. No beards. No, long hair and no assholes. Yeah. Yeah. Yes, baseball internationally, Trump's almost everything baseball basketball is creeping up on it, obviously. But football, not even close, but whatever America's the only country that matters true. And so even still think there's a reason why it's America's pastime. I think even despite how much the game football has grown with gambling and fantasy sports and everything else. I still think that baseball's more important. That's because you are a baseball fan. I mean, obviously exactly what to baseball's not going to benefit from like gambling being legal. But that is my point is that I think, and I write this blog always comes up every year pretty much every October. There's a game that's an instant classic of sorts this year. It was that Red Sox game that was how many innings eighteen and then the year prior was the dodgers. I can't. Feels like it just that feels like that game was to go out the dodgers who was in the series. It was the they had like an instant classic. And then the every year there's been like an instant classic extra innings game. There was the one that was like a pitcher's duel up until like the eighth, but then there was like back to back to back home runs back and forth. Slugfest and the world goes absolutely crazy for it. And in those moments. That's when I always write this same blog where I think that football popularity is like football culture. And I think it's like you go to the bar on Sunday. Everybody wears their own jerseys because your fans from all over the place you have a bar with thirty TV's on every games on your checking your fantasy team. You're checking your bets you read your buffalo wings and one day a week, and it almost becomes like a party atmosphere, and like a social thing, which I fucking love. But if you wanna talk about like, just the sport, I feel like baseball the records are hallowed people, take it. So for better or worse. You might not like this. But like the way that if you get caught taking steroids in baseball, you're basically like an outcast. Yeah. And. For more purist fans. I would say, but I can say like if I say fifty six, you know, that it's Joe dimaggio's hitting streak if I say four hundred you know, that that's the person I think across the board records in general mean so much more with that. I don't know what the what's the touchdowns record. I have no idea. What's the passing yards record? What's the actual? Twenty two and a half like who set those riots, but you might automatically know all the numbers until drew Brees set the record this year. Like, I wasn't even thinking about it. You know records drew Brees did it, but you don't necessarily know right off the top that number Tom Brady has different records as well. A lot of postseason records. Would you don't maybe not know those numbers as a whole as a football fan? I do think baseball records are more hallowed. But I also think it's because baseball if you're a true fan of the sport, you're so purist and elitist with it that you don't it's true. It's true. There are a lot of baseball elitist fans, probably more so than any other sports watching this what okay never mind. I thought I thought like the Yankees like promo for like their entire season was all against the Red Sox. But it was they were promoing the actual series. There's very earliest. But I also think that there's just something to the purest part of it. That's a little more the point where it's exactly what it I'll sit around. And I'll argue the D H rule like it's life and death because I think we're talking about compromising the integrity of this fucking sport. That's there's something about it to me that like it's been around for like, I don't know baseball's around for like six hundred seven hundred years, and it's like, it's basically stayed the same the mounds up and down the fences in and out the balls change some of the rules change. But the fact that in like eighteen ninety eight you're hitting ground balls, and it was a bang bang play at first base. And it's the same thing in two thousand nineteen. I don't even understand how let's Alec. The geometry of it and the mechanics of it. And you're not beating the shout of each other. So people like things don't change from a safety standpoint. Right. You don't need to change the rules height doesn't chain like like people being able to dunk all those things that it comes down to obviously people get hit more home runs like basketball and everybody can hit three pointers. It's like, it's the the games getting strange. Whereas I don't know everybody the your as as players are getting faster. I guess so arm strength is getting better. So it's still like the ninety foot bases are still perfect. And as pitchers are getting stronger, bats are getting faster. So you're still seeing home runs, and I just don't understand how the game has remained that much unchanged over the course of one hundred twenty years, but there's just something to the longevity of it the history of it and the like the cerebral Khanna battle. You know, what I mean like there's just like, you know, I'm sitting fastball. And you know, it's coming and the whole there's no game clock. So it's just me versus you. There's a lot of shit to it. That I think is like the purest form of competition. Whereas Paul I think is like big hits to break it down to. I know there's there's certainly you look at Jerry Thornton. He breaks down a football game. Like, it's like a battlefield. But you know, I think it's like people wanna see someone get crushed going over the middle. People wanna see gronk spike it and they wanna see a lot of a lot of offense Beckham catches. And you know, those are fun. I like that shit to you wanna see home runs sec-, right? Same. Right. I do feel like with with baseball that it is one of those sports where you don't have to be a huge fan of the two teams playing or of the sport. And going to a baseball game is probably the most I think that's the most normal like you don't like football. You're not just going to go hang out at a football game. But flipside is that I'll watch TV. I'll do the opposite. Right. I watch like the Padres versus the Diamondbacks, but I'll you down watching NFL. So I think it also depends on the pitcher because like, you know, if you have to stud pitchers going against each other and their to shit teams. I'll still watch that game of baseball. No, I'm saying like, but if you have. To like sei-yung type of candidates each other diehard. You could be like a casual baseball fan. It's like going to the game is a completely different experience. If the Mets and nationals sucked out still watch this game. Because our degrom going to football games sucks. I detail. I love the tailgate but actually being in there for the game the amount of stop and go that you don't realize when you're watching TV. Live. It is anti hockey football is. But that's where I think again, the culture around it like people want season tickets because they want to tailgate and they wanna like be party once a week. And it's easy thing. It's easy to be a football fan. If you're really going to be a baseball fan, and you're gonna watch like over a hundred something games someone like Jared watching literally like one hundred sixty two it's gotta like commit to it. Which is why I think and I enjoy the sport of baseball. I'm not a die hard fan. I love going to games whatever else. But I think that's why it's difficult every time you get into the argument in changes every year. But it gets worse and worse. It's like millennials. Don't give a fuck about baseball can't tune in all of it. They don't want to sit and watch a four plus our game, whatever. So that's where when they say quote baseball baseball's time, which obviously baseball is not dying. But that's where the argument comes into once a week. You're watching your football team or on a Saturday and Sunday, you might be watching gore college football team and your NFL team basketball half the games of the. Season. Whereas it is so slow sometimes if you don't. If you don't. Yeah. They you hear baseball's dying you hear pace of play and all these dumb like catchphrases, but there's some truth to it. And I do think that like if I was baseball. I wouldn't. I don't know. I keep thinking sometimes if I was like the Commissioner, I would almost be like, well, we're going to punt on those those fans never we're never going to get them. So why don't we just focus in on the fans that we do know like the sport. But I guess that is how you end up being stubborn how you end up dying. Because when those kids grow up, and they don't like it, and they don't teach their kids, then all of a sudden, you're fucked. So you do have to try to make an attempt, but I think the idea of like what they shaved like four seconds off a commercial breaks. Yeah. I mean, just fucking matter. Does it does? I think it's like, you know, think about all the commercial breaks on a baseball game between the innings, and it's like that's the thing is that you're not going to tell a twenty five year old kid to be like, all right? Well, you know baseball. The average time is three hours and seventeen minutes. But now, it's. Three hours and twelve minutes. That's the average you interested. Now, it's like, I've minutes isn't changing anything thing. But like you're never going to baseball games down to where it's like what's the number? That's enticing to younger generation. They're not gonna give a fuck. Like just thinking about like, oh, it's number. Football's the same thing football has less live action than baseball. They always break it down. Like there's actually when eleven minutes of play kind of. But it's there's a big hit. And there's a fuck and fancy catch and people like violence. So it's all good. But I mean, I still think the most I think the most exciting play sports is a home run. Yeah. Because you can you can have a fancy catching your down fuck in like twenty one points, a home run is still, but you can say. Depends on the score. In impactful single play sports. I yeah. The only thing in sports, we put it on the board with one one play that is like monument basketball. Obviously you score all the time. But but a basket here that doesn't matter. It's a low scoring sport. Where like boom O's on you can put one two three four on the board in one shot. And you don't know when it's coming when it does it still like everyone gawks at like they're in. All right. Yeah. And I think in football even if the team that scores a touchdown as down a million points, and it's like a insane pass. And catch you still are like holy shit. That was really good. But if you're down by three touchdowns, it's like, okay, great. It might be a highlight reel active. Right. But it's like that was really cool and has a football like huge football fan. You appreciate what just happened. But not really changing the game. Even if you're down by ten runs in baseball. Everybody's gonna stop and revere. Homerun doesn't change the score very much chicks. Dig the long ball is was an unbelievable. I. Onic commercial for a reason I do hate when people pimp out home runs when they're down by like nine. It's great. You score one run if I can grab you know, what I think baseball rather than worrying about how many seconds are shaved off vote commercial break or how many pitch clock how many seconds between pitches shit. What they should be doing my man Brody Brody. I'm in. I mean, obviously, if you can't tell like shed all my skepticism, and I've just turned my heart over to Brody bandwagon. And he's probably just gonna fuck me. But. What I would do to save baseball. It's not about like those little tweaks here, and there baseball needs more havi biases. They need more. Bryce, Harper's like what they should be doing is almost somehow getting into like the little league level, and like the lower levels and teaching coaches to like create fucking Tim's I love when they like backflips and all that totally. I'm talking about what you're down by. So that monster were dunk, and they're like running down the court like pumping their own chess. But you're like, dude, you're down by forty. I love people pimping home runs. But if you're down by a whole bunch, don't just. That way credible pivot home runs is all situational. Because you know, you could pimp like say, you should always be a lot of home run. If the game is close, and or you're winning, sir. Always. But it's combat. I don't if if you're down nine to one, and it's like may seventeenth. And it's like, yeah. We took the first two games the series. Maybe we're getting smoked in this game. But then you hit a ball over the fucking light tower. I don't care if you look at wild impressive. Yeah. And honestly, that's part of you know Beckham while. Yes, I mean, he produces like a motherfucker he became who. He was because of that catch that want headed catch like find him and any back that up with a lot more play. But that moment became a Jordan silhouette, it became a where were you went type moment if everybody in baseball could have those type of moments, I think the sport would become quote, unquote, cool again, if everybody was like hobby by as flash in the leather and cocky on the base paths and pimping home runs. And if everybody was you know, staring each other down from the mound every time. There was a strikeout as much as as much as I need to see my math or produce on an everyday level. The way he gets cocky. Backflips like, those all the type back dot is where baseball becomes cool again that is where young kids will be like I wanna do that. They wanna be Odell Beckham because that's fucking awesome. If they if everyone in baseball showed you how to be cool. It would then it would it's not about the pace of play shit. Because like I said, I just as much stop and go just commitment. Right. But when the action is happening cool to be doing it. Whereas like what the fat, the fastest sport is hockey. What's the least popular sport hockey? I don't I don't necessarily be the pace of play. I think it's just all of the stop and go and baseball where people are just like it doesn't feel exciting to why. Even if it's football, right? But in the moments when it's actually being played really there's a whole lot more. Just like, you know, first and ten you run the ball middle through your game. That's not excited, but I can watch that just 'cause that's my favorite sport over and over. But I don't think a casual sports fan is going to tune into a random football game for the same reason. I don't think a casual sports fan is gonna tune into a random baseball. They don't give a fuck to sit there and watch it you're more you're more likely to watch a random football because there's not that many of them. Yeah. There's not that many of them fantasy gambling all those reasons like baseball like is not a gambling. If you gamble either need to change the culture around baseball or make the actual sport. Cool. Like if you're talking about to fans who do not gamble who do not put money on anything. Don't play fantasy who don't do. All they want to do is just watch the sport. They're going to tune into football more. So maybe just because there's less games. But I still don't think random a random sports fan who just likes to watch sports is going to tune in. It's like a Bengals game on Sunday. Just because it's football. It depends on the quarterback to watch. Because. I like this particular quarterback you can watch specific team. And it's like you could watch it entire series and not see their best pitcher. I also think that it's people will tune into that that that game because it's like you're gonna get together with your buddies. We could meet at the bar or Zoar so much. Like, nobody nobody there's not like a reason you're not gonna ever be like let's get together with the guys to watch like the reds game. You know? It's just like quite there. So you either need to change that needs to be gambling or fantasy around baseball as big as football or the actual sport. Inside the in the lines needs to be flashy and sexy and cool. Like Jacob degrom awesome. There's no kid like out there being like yellow I wanna be like degrom because he's gonna get fucking money and bitches cool. But he, but he needs to be that like, that's why everyone always talks about my trousers. Like, if Mike trout was a little cocky or the game would be people would it would change the sport you can't make Lewis tappan. But that's what's more important baseball than it is the pace of play. And all that kind of you have more opportunities to be flashy in football or basketball, just because of the the nature of the sport itself. So it's like Odal Beckham kids wanna be Odell Beckham because he's being flashy in what he's able to do just as wide receiver in baseball. All you have the opportunity off the feel like a guy like Alex bregman like you could make him like he is a really cool guy too. I'm sure younger player. Just like look. He's obviously getting paid he's planning while he's won the World Series. But by the way, he's also cool off the field. Football players. Don't have to do that as much it helps also. But they like the one handed catches like Tom Brady's of the world. Like, they don't have to go out and also be cool off the field. But they usually are. I mean baseball game failure. You know, what I mean, it's like more often than not the vast majority of the time corrobos, you tune into an app that you're gonna see out. Yes, you're going to pop fly seventy percent of the time players large percentage of the time that it's it's not gonna be sexy. And that's why you said what like how many times are you going to turn on an NFL game? And all you're going to see is like on first and ten or run up the middle. You're not going to you might see that sometimes, but there's going to be more drama surrounding every play than there is an app at and even you know, you might still see a big hit. There's a chance that if you don't you're not gonna see something explosive on offense. You might see somebody the opportunity for more action happen. Around single football play is wildly different than a single back. When you squeeze one call in here before our break, everyone who's on the line hang out for a minute because we'll take your call an hour. Number two. I will get to little bear gave me some baseball love here in the last minute before we had the break. All right. I'll do this. I just tried on coke. Just like don't fall into the trap. Okay. Good to know. And as for baseball. I mean, all you gotta do is listen to James Jones speech from field of dreams. America's raised and rebuilt. You know, baseball's good time. So and if you did it remind rewards. There's no there's no four touchdown play at all the grand slam. You know? There's definitely baseball. Every little play means more in the grand scheme of a game. Just exactly and that that is a big difference to me is that you're waiting on pins and needles at any moment, you can hit a home run. And it changes the dynamic of the game is a lot more of that can happen out of nowhere. Let's hit a break. When we come back. We continue the debate our number two.

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The Full Monty

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The Full Monty

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Don't we have to go the full monty. I okay fine. You know what you know. What but only if it shot from the back. Yeah only if a shot from the back and then yes. I will do it yeah. We'll just do our shows with our butts facing the audience wouldn't be the first time it will be the first time in history the i i wonder what if we just launched into a tour announcement after that were like so does that sound exciting chicago. Where finally coming to your city. We're coming to your city there. You know what. I enjoy that scene. I was like they should bail on him. They should bail on him. There's a lot of times where i'm like. Yeah no i get. Why gaz is our as our is our. He's our protagonists. We're supposed to root for him. But there were a few times where i'm like gaz. You've crossed several lines. And i'm seeing everyone's points very clearly he makes some choices surgeries mad in gaza's lives were made walk into the back door and happy birthday. Caitlyn your birthday episode. Thank you so much i. I'm so delighted to be doing this movie. This is one of my favorites. I love the full monty. It's it's nice to be having a birthday. Something's through something to look forward to last summer. Happy i feel like is is that is the nice thing for. I mean we're we're then it's very regional but but here it's you know these. These birthdays are better than the last birthdays. And that's yes great so you had. This is our podcast look has by the way and This is our podcast where we examine movies through an intersectional feminist lens using the bechtel test simply as a jumping off point. Jimmy is my birthday. I don't feel like saying what the bechtel test is literally fine. Yes i can tell you that. The test is a media metric invented by queer cartoonist. Bechtel sometimes called the bechtel wallace test for our purposes to people of a marginalized gender with names. Have a two line or more discussion about something other than a man. And we Request going forward that That the conversation be meaningful in the plot that it has some sort of effect on what happens and it's not just a throwaway exchange. Okay yes so. That's the test and this is the podcast and the movie. Again is the full monty jamie. What's your relationship with this movie. It has one hundred percent to do with you. It's it literally. I had not heard of this movie quite a bit. I didn't really know what it was about and then Couple christmases ago because we we keep crispus together and And yeah you you turned it on. And i absolutely loved it They glad and it was. It was fun to 'cause i mean. I think we kind of have watched it on christmas. And i was like. Wow this is really heartwarming. And then we watch paddington to which was oldham or heartwarming. Oh my goodness and now. It's officially the greatest movie of all time i know is is citizens. Take that you heard what. I think that we can now double down on never covering citizen kane. Because that's the worst movie ever made. I think that's how that works right. Yeah it's a cyclical cyclical once. You leave the top actually brought down to debt last but yeah no my my history of it is you. Showed it to me Overhaul a day. And i really enjoyed it and it was really interesting to watch For podcast purposes. So much to talk about yes. What's your history. My mom introduced me to this movie. When i was in high school she kept ranting and raving about it and saying caitland. This is such a good movie. I think you'll really like it. And i was resistant at first because i was like a thing that my mom likes. There's no way it's good or cool. And then i watched it. Finally i was probably a sophomore in high school. Okay and i saw it. I think she and i watched it together. And that's so nice love dates so my mom was right. Turns out my mom has pretty good taste in media. At least and i've loved it ever since i watched this movie several times a year. I've seen it probably like forty times now. But i haven't watched it through. The bechtel cast lens until until now. There's yeah there. There's i think for for nineteen ninety-seven indie movie. There's a hell of a lot to talk about. Yes yes there. Sure is ser digest dive in to to the recap and yeah. Let's go for it. It's i mean it's your birthday lead lead the way. Oh my gosh. I will guide you okay. So we opened. On a seventy s era news newsreel about sheffield england which i learned was like a real like an actual like promotional movie made about sheffield. It's like a classic Come to our industrial town. There's things going on here. We swear promise if field kind of familiar and it's also like this is all lies right and it is indeed about how sheffield is an industrial hotspot with an amazing nightlife and cool things to do and also it manufacturers steel then we cut to twenty five years later. The steel mill has closed We meet gas. Which is robert carlyle. And his pal. Dave mark addy who are unemployed. Steel workers Gaza's son nathan is hoping i live and i i This is four. Four americans Watching this movie for the first time you're going to want to have the subtitles on more so than usual because there is whole like lip. Why knife even with the subtitles. There's so much slang like your shirt slang that you'd you'd have to do a lot of googling there is also some did you notice this I i watched. I was watching this on amazon prime. Fuck jeff as us. But i was watching it on amazon prime but there were like little phrases that were it seems like they were eighty ard americanized but in the subtitles. They remained english. Yeah there was like. They changed like an english credit card to like mastercard or like my little things like that mood they like. I feel like that's like tbs syndrome or something when it was like. Oh when they started syndicating this movie in america they changed things so that it would make sense to our puny brains right but then there's also large swaths of dialogue where they say something like There's now now which means nothing or oh no more than some chaffin woman war Which is a very feminist thing to say. Don't get any on. i never i never Cracked that one. What is that. I think it just means like it's like kinda like don't get your pennies and a bunch. Maybe okay okay. i did. Consult my friend. Jake shadow jake. Who lived in sheffield for like i was like jake. Tell me 'cause yeah. I think he went to college to university their uni. Yeah but he was like. I honestly have not heard a lot of this slang. So i don't know if it was like ninety s era slaying that had like of gone out of style. By the time you live there or could have been really relegated to like working class slang there's A lot of possibilities. my favorite. My favorite turn of phrase happens really early in the movie when they're walking towards the chippendale show and gaza's like what is this and nate. This like it's them chippendale efforts like what an interesting way to say that i want to start calling all performances efforts I feel like more honest way of referring to most performance like our upcoming live shows. The bechtel cast efforts. Yeah we're going to start calling them our life efforts and you know if you don't like them i like them. There's going to be effort. Put it yeah. We were going to try. That's all we can do. Oh goodness Yeah so there's a lot of very specific regional slaying in the movie that makes some of the dialogue a bit difficult to understand four americans and i'm sure other groups but it's fun but it's fun to decode. Yes indeed okay. So where were we Gas dave and nathan are all in the steel mill trying to steal an old girder Or like an eye. What are we be. My guess it would have was what i would know that as Yeah that sounds about right. Yeah so that they can like sell it for scrap metal because they're unemployed and they have very little money right on the way back home. They pass a working men's club basically like a venue strip club where these chippendale efforts so are happening right. So it's like it's ladies night at the men's club essentially right. Yeah right because it's for women. Only and davis his wife. Jean is there gaz. End nathan sneak into the club gene and her friends come into the restroom. They overhear gene talking. About how like dave has given up on their relationship and then someone piece on the wall. The siding yes very fighting. Then we see as and dave at job club which is like an unemployment office They're trying to get jobs there former boss gerald. That's tom wilkinson. Is there and they're talking about the strip club and they're making remarks about sort of like how they obsolete as men but also like oh there are so many women there and they were paying money to see men dance around then. Gaz gets notice that he's going to lose joint custody of nathan if he doesn't pay child support right which he can't afford to do. This is a moment in a very different way. But the this specific character of barry who is like the new dad in town He reminds me so much of neil from the santa claus franchise like the new data in town. I know this character. It's very like it's i mean. It's it's a stock character that's existed for a long time like does new significant other. Yeah and they're like villainous in a way. That is probably not fair. But i feel like in the nineties. It was such a specific vibe that it was an also. He's got a lot of hair and he's wearing a sweater like it was a really specific aesthetic of if you are the new dad you are wearing a like a niche sweater. A cable knit sweater. this was also carry you his character in liar liar a big movie of my childhood i have never they're like i just have never seen at jim carey and adam sandler cannon is like completely eluded me as a youth probably for the best. I think i'm better off for it but but there are some basic Know party talk literacy. That i just can't i can't keep liar liar. Good i have not seen it since. I was probably twelve so but i don't imagine it holds up very well but i loved it when i was twelve. What if everything we love we were twelve. Held up you know. I'd still be watching rent it. Yeah anyways anyways so guys argues with his ex wife mandy about this like sole custody situation and then he gets the idea to put on a strip show as a way of earning money to pay child support which he pitches to dave who is like No this doesn't sound like a good idea. Then they come upon lumper a security guard at the steel mill who they rescue from a suicide attempt And they befriend him and they all start hanging out and they wrote him into this strip. Show the idea that seen as very we'll talk about it but that seems very sweet where he's where they're like where it's such a. I don't know it. It's fun watching like the the way that bonding happens in this movie of like for. They're all kinds of yelling at each other still but they're trying to be friends to each other. It's various sweet. Were there like where are your mates now. And he's like okay like hey. Why are we yelling. But you know. I appreciate the sentiment Yeah and then gaza's still on about this strip show. He can't let it go. And dave is kind of warming up to the idea. Nathan is very embarrassed by his dad. Nathan shouldn't be around whatever's going on here that's like my main thing with gaz like the will in general. I don't think that gazes ex wife mandy is demonized. Really which is good. Because i don't really. I very i see where she's coming from. Seems like her son is repeatedly being put in pretty unsafe irresponsible situations. You're not wrong yes. So he's there he like. Gas is trying to do a strip tease just to like. See how it goes. He's terrible at it and he's really embarrassed runs away yes so it was very funny and they realized that they can't really dance and they don't know what they're doing so they approach their old boss gerald who does like ballroom dance and they asked him to join their group Gerald whole thing is that he hasn't told his wife that he's lost his job because he's too proud yes and he eventually agrees to join the group. Then they hold auditions to add a couple more men to their troop. They recruit horse. Who's got some good dance moves and guy who has a large penis. And that's what he has to contribute to the group. What's the phrase. That's like the lunchbox has landed a mike. That's such a fun line dialogue. Where i'm like out of context of like biscuit mean anything but in context like i know exactly what he's talking about. Do you remember on my space. When you could have just like a little like tagline in your profile. That was my tagline for the entire team. I had my space. The lunchbox has landed my god. That is on. that is that holds up. I feel like mine. Were just like bright eyes lyrics mind. We're pretty embarrassing. I'm we're like. I wish i could write a perfect sonnet like embarrassing goodness okay. They then steal a copy of flash dance and watch your inspiration. We gotta cover flashdance some point by the way there's so many levels of things i wanna talk about with flash ants because it's directed by the same guy who directed the nineteen ninety-seven lolita. There's it's adrian line movie holy shit. I did not know that it was his first. Big movie How while how did he. I i mean. I haven't watched it in a couple of years. But i feel like flash dances like cool with some feminist themes and then all of a sudden lolita like. How did things go so wrong. Well i i. I could connect the dots there. I think i think it's because once he did Fatal attraction he was like oh. I'm just never it. He made so much money Making women look Horrible that i think he's like let's just roll with this. That's my theory. But also i just don't i think he's just kind of mediocre but flashdance. It's shelf i. I haven't seen it in like ten years. But i really liked watching it. I just i. That movie was sweating. Because you just it makes you get up and dance. It's true Anyway so we'll cover it someday. We will in the meantime. They're watching flashdance. They start putting together a choreographed routine. Which they're all pretty bad at then. There's like this training montage. Then they come upon a couple of women who they know and they're like well. What do you guys have to offer that these real chippendale answers can't and gases like all this lot will go all the way the full monty and we're like that's the name of the movie no and then they say it back and forth three different times and i'm like it's really satisfying but also guys you got to check in with your friends. Come on gaz problematic but now they have no choice but to do full nudity because it has been announced to those two women who they're like. Well they're such gossips that they'll tell everyone Also while this is all happening We learned that most of the men have something that they're like insecure about or dealing with in their personal lives. For example. dave is having body image issues which is leading to like a sexual slump with gene. He's not sure how to talk about it with her. She doesn't know how to bring it up with him right. It's one of those things horse is insecure about the size of his penis Gerald gets unexpected erections. And he's worried that happen when he's on stage during the show then they do a dress rehearsal in the old steel mill in front of horses family which this is one of my favorite scenes in the movie. It's so funny. The reaction shots are truly priceless. Yeah dave is not there because he's having second thoughts he's gotten a job as a security guard. At as does star he shoplifted took. Yes yup during the dress rehearsal they get caught by the factory security guard and they get arrested because of this gas can no longer see his son until he like has a meeting with like social services also guy and lumper had like fled the scene when the security guard shows up. They run off to lumper's house Where they have a little moment with each other. I forgot about that by I don't know if i remember that for my first viewing and i was like. Oh yeah cute. Then gerald's wife finds out that he has been lying about being unemployed this whole time and she kicks him out of the house Lumper's mom passes away dave's wife that he cheated on her because she finds his like stripper. Thong and stuff So this is what we would call the low point but Dave is like no. I am a stripper. But i'm not going to go through with it because no one would wanna see me and she's like well. You should do it. Because i would watch you so now. That's maiming rai. it's really they love each other but they don't know how to communicate nice and then it's time for the big show. The house is packed. They've sold hundreds of tickets. Oh my gosh it looks not unlike they have a venue. That is not unlike Venues that we do for your lincoln. Just get the bar but large. It's it may be nostalgic for rooms. Full of people. I know and then dave shows up because he is decided to do the show after all gas has some last minute second thoughts because there are men in the audience but then nathan is like come on dad goes strip. Nathan's like i gave you my only money. You have to do it and it's like oh yeah oh right. So he goes out there they do the show they strip they go the full monty. And then that's the end of the movie freeze frame and it's What a treat. And that's the movie. Shall we take a breather. Let's take a break and we'll be right back It's crazy how much we have to pay for out-dated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that. We all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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I guess or not i mean. Let's all thrown out there. Paddington paddington exactly. Famously unproblematic star of the best movie ever made officially each shit orson welles. Sorry what it which Citizen kane very toxic man. Wait are you. Suggesting william randolph. Hearst was a toxic person. i mean we'll never we'll never have this discussion because we're never gonna cover never gonna cover this movie but yes so i. I appreciate stories about men that are about men who are like not using with toxic masculinity and. This is one of the things that like. Drew me to this movie where i mean. There are arguments to me. Made that like oh does does some. He does make some questionable choices. But what i always found so like interesting and compelling about this movie is that one of the major themes that gets explored is like the movies exploration of toxic standards of masculinity and how those standards really affect men in negative ways whether they are like beauty standards or the expectation that men are supposed to be providers Or whatever it is and how things that we tend to assume only affect women like beauty standards that is not the case like all these men are are affected by like western standards of beauty. It so that's like kind of one of the big things for me with this movie. I totally agree. I mean i think the end like what. What especially i will. They like especially about this movie and we will go through all the stuff that didn't age as well but the my favorite thing in the entire world as win which i think this movie does so like effortlessly for the most part is like addresses like important issues but not in a way that is like tragedy porn or bashing you over the head with it like it's both like presented honestly and realistically and it's also dislike funny and in. I feel like that. i don't know like i. It's just like the kinds of movies that i prefer to watch and also i think that it's like they were able to access such a wide audience by making that choice here. Where like. I had no idea how small this movie was versus. How successful it was it like. It was on a three point. Five million dollar budget and it made two hundred fifty eight million dollars in nineteen ninety seven. It's like cerdan how successful it was. And i feel like it. It's because of what you're describing of like the you know not many movies that have and you know there's a jillian movies that have completely sis. Male cast in terms of central characters. But almost none of them. Examine the pressures of masculinity. And i very much feel like we've talked about this before. Like part of being a feminist is examining masculinity and the effects that it has on on the people it's thrust upon and also it it it focuses on the working class which is like yet another layer that you don't get very much especially in comedy that is like centered around the working class. It's like you know so often. The working class is being punched down at. They might appear in comedies as a punchline as a joke right but this is just like. It's it's just very matter of factly like we're in a working class community. That has been devastated. It in a way that many industrial towns have been Particularly in this did a little history divers like. Oh this is like you know that virtually everywhere like everyone knows of a place where this my hometown used to be chew city. If you'll get a city. I guess what no more shoes now. There's there's there's a loan there's a loan shoe company left in brockton to know go online to. I think it's called foot joy. Get some shoes from foot joy. It's the last but there used to be five trillion shoe factories in brockton but anyways this is a very common thing in you know in working class neighborhoods and but you so rarely see working class. People centered in movies. And it's like watching specifically working class men struggle with the pressures of masculinity on like all these different levels. It's it's so unique. It's i dunno like there's places where like oh. I wish they had gone further. I wish that this character had more of a complete arc. But i feel like even now. It's like there. I can't really. There's there's not many movies that do this. I feel like it's there is like a lot of good of working class issues and tv. But i don't think as much in in movies. Yeah i think that is really cool and like you said it These men are dealing with the these pressures of toxic masculinity and acting in ways in some cases that were like I wish she wouldn't use that homophobic slur. And i wish she wouldn't like kat cole. Women who are like walking down the street and rating them on their you for instance. Just so you know. They're they're products of their environment Certainly but yeah. I think the movie does especially for like a movie in the nineties. Does like a pretty good job of exploring those standards and those pressures without like you said being preachy and like you over the head with it just sort of like it presents a thing could there have been more commentary. Maybe shirt like any any movie could go further but but it tackles a lot but doesn't necessarily go super far with any of it but it's also not like you know it's mostly there to be a romp. Yeah which. I appreciate it like. It's a romp that touches on a number of issues surrounding toxic masculinity without with like kind of seamlessly. It's like yeah. I'll take it. I also really appreciate it for in the casting of this movie that they cast character catholic people who look like people and not like rigid. Because i feel like that you know even when we do get movies about about everyday people they still look like movie stars. Who have the highest like you know it without body shaming movie stars. I guess you know it it. It clear when you have the money to look like a movie star versus. Not right. And i i always appreciate when pe- like it's a cast of of working class everyday people and it isn't like noah teneo teneo as like you know what i mean right. It's like oh the movies telling us that. This is a working class person but this actor clearly has a personal trainer that they spend like an hour or more a day with they clearly spend like. I don't know fifty dollars a day on smoothies and like whatever green drinks that a right. This is a class for issue there. It's just like and we're so we're so conditioned to just boop through that cognitive dissonance just like when you watch like a whatever like a teen soap you're like oh yeah you know. Teenagers are actually twenty eight years old. Like just a descendant thing that exists in culture but when it actually isn't like that and you get a cast of like people who look like people you know it's like it's i talked about this eighth grade. Which is this is maybe way off topic but just like how startling it as when you see a teenager playing and looking like a teenager because you're so used to seeing forty year old does teenagers. Yeah i feel. Like i at thirty five which i will be in a few days on my birthday. I will adjust be aging out of being able to play a teenager caitlyn. I feel like you could very much still get cast as like. She's like she's a senior. And i'm so scared of her. Thank you so much. yeah of course I guess shall we get into like individual characters and sort of like has like a pretty specifically subplot that they are something that they're dealing with Should we start with our protagonist guys. Let's do it. Oh god is we need to talk. So i mean as far as like positives because there are there are some there are yeah. I really appreciate that. You have an example of a man who loves being a dad. He loves his son more than anything in the world. he will go to great lengths. He wants to think he's cool so bad. And i feel like that's not a super common thing in media to see for like a blue collar working class man who like loves being a dad and his who is like very attentive to his son and who very openly shows affection toward his son. That doesn't mean that he also doesn't sometimes put his son in situations that are inappropriate shirt which he definitely does a lot. Yeah but i like. I am always just kind of so struck with When i when. I watched like the relationship between gaz in nathan and while ultimately is this a movie about fathers and sons it always yes it always is but i don't even mind because i'm just like i say. Yeah it works yeah. It feels earned despite his questionable parenting choices that he makes. Sometimes i still really love that representation of fatherhood i agree. Yeah it it's it's so tricky because it's like it's part of. It is like well if guys was being a completely responsible parent. The movie probably wouldn't even have been the way that it because you wouldn't bring your underage child to Like strip like where you're going to be completely naked which is like the intuitive That said i mean it and this isn't to excuse the behavior. But i do think it's like especially in movies where there are parents. I feel like sometimes kids are written out of the plot when it doesn't serve the plot it is like you know that's a very normal especially because we know the financial circumstance that That gaza's in that it would make i mean it's like can he afford child care of course not like he's going to have to have nathan with him wherever he is and that is like i don't know one of one of the points with with guys that really hit for me as as the custody issue and i kind of. I appreciated that the custody issue at least the way i was watching it and i'm always like if i had my nineteen ninety-seven goggles on. I don't know i. I don't know you know. I felt like very often. And again i guess to go back to the santa clause. of course. Mothers seeking custody of their children are often portrayed as being unreasonable as being shrill as being you know like unfair essentially as like taking something but the way that this custody situation is presented. I thought was pretty full on both ends. Where like i i. I don't know how did you. I didn't feel like mandy was really demonized and i understood her frustration and i understood her concern. Like for sure. And then you also see completely. Why like gazza so frustrated with the situation and it is. It's it is like they're being presented with this impossible situation by poverty and it just it it. It's presented very like matter of fact. And i mean it makes me sad because it's just like something that happens In in poor families where it's like. Yeah i understand why Why mandy is like this is not a you know responsible way for my son to be spending his time and then you also are like well. Gas can't afford to do much else at this time. And does that mean that. He should have his son taken away from him. And you know just all this shit that they're like really complicated issues. That could have been really you know. Melodramatically harped upon that are presented in a way that i felt was like empathetic and also not. I don't know. I don't know maybe it was like too light hearted but i i thought it was pretty well done and also just like and this is like a i guess a through line of this movie of like all all all the men in the full monty group is the name of their group. Is it called the full monty. I don't think they gave themselves an not hot metal when When they put up the posters advertising there show they call themselves hot metal. I'm gonna get you a poster like that for hotmail but but the way that like in this is and you know everyone who has read you know Leftist theory is gonna be like. I'm presenting this in the most goofy simplistic way possible. But basically like all these men are dealing with the failure of industry and the failure of social safety net and the like these structural failures and because of the effect that toxic masculinity has on them. They're interpreting it as personal failures right. And i think that this affects like almost every man in this group and you see it affect them in different ways but it is like it's so sad and frustrating the see for gas that he. He is both really doing everything he can to like. Get through and be able to keep custody of his son and be able to support himself financially but he's being put in this impossible situation and also because of all the messaging that you know everybody gets made to feel like he is like failed as a provider as well and so. It's it's just. I don't know yeah. It's so. It's so complicated. But it's not presented like that. I just think it's really cool. I don't know yeah. I will say that when i watched this movie when i was younger like when i was a teenager i feel like i did. Maybe think that his ex wife mandy was kind of presented sort of as like. You're kind of typical like mother. Shrew character Especially because in every scene. She's in she and gaza arguing over nathan. Yeah but we watching it like through this lens. I fully like saw where she was coming from. Ray and i was like well of course. She's constantly arguing with him. It's because he's like again making questionable parental decisions. He's also. I would argue that. He's not necessarily doing everything he can. To like okay charles four. Because he's also she offers him a job. There are jobs available but there he like kind of. I think he might see him. Seems like certain work to be below him because he's always. I know i don't want this job. No i'm not going to be a security like yeah so he's refusing opportunities for work which i found to be frustrated. Yeah i mean i agree. I also felt like he didn't want to work under her because he has a lot of the main thing with gas for me is is the The bringing your kids places. Your kids shouldn't be and misogyny Are are to not the only things but like two big things. we're like clearly. This guy has some issues with women and it seems like he does not want it. Seems like he is and i guess yeah. I'm watching it with my twenty twenty one goggles on room. Like yeah like it. Seems like he doesn't wanna work beneath mandy and that like that to him. Like i would rather like hatch a scheme then work beneath someone. But it's also like it's i i i don't know it's it's such a tricky area where it's like you know. Should he be forced to take your job that he doesn't wanna take like that doesn't seem reasonable either but he's just like everyone's being put in an impossible situation but yeah. I definitely interpreted the like her. I mostly like two fifty an hour even in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven like what was pounds. That's five dollars a home so right yeah like what would that have converted to in late. Nineties money yeah and it's like i mean a lot of people who grew up in working class or consensus like their parents to support them took jobs that they did not were not passionate about and certainly felt were below their skill set and below what they wanted to do. And sometimes you know. I don't know we're not parents. That said i did i. Yeah i was also frustrated by him. You know scheme over garin like he's he's a self sabotage like he's a major self-sabotager in that it's like you know if a if this movie took place in the real world and nobody came to that show he would simply lose custody of his son like right it would blow up in his face royally. I don't know and then i mean like you mentioned. He does pretty clearly have some issues with misogyny that i like to think that he starts to work through after this show and that he grazes a person but there's like that whole scene when they're at the job club and he's talking about like men are obsolete and i feel like that's like a reflection of the idea that is soon as women if there's any kind of like women's liberation men interpret that is like well will if if women are free and have rights and can have jobs and stuff than men won't even need to exist and they feel very from me is so like boomer mentality. Yeah yeah so. That's like very clearly gaz is talking about in this scene to me where he's like. Gee whiz and then there's like funny slash bizarre thing where they're talking about that woman who they saw peeing while she was standing up and like how. How could that even happen. And then some random guys like genetic mutations they're turning into us and then they're like yeah. We're we're going extinct. We're only going to be in like a zoo again. It's like that sort of thing where i'm just like is i am putting my. I'm trying to put on nineteen ninety-seven goggles and i just don't have access to them. I'm like what was this joke supposed to be about when it came out. Because maybe it's like but i. I thought that was like kind. It was fun in that. I felt like and again. Maybe i'm giving the moving more credit than it deserves like that it was. They were supposed to look kind of desperate and ridiculous in the way that they were talking about women where it was like. I don't know like it's just. It's not all of but you know a lot of misogyny is like men being insecure about themselves and then weaponized Against someone that they think is an easy target and like right the way that they talk about women in terms of like women who are working while they're not like well what a huge insult and it's like we. We just need to think a little bigger guys. We need to think a little bigger. 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It's just nine dollars to get your starter. Kit plus free shipping. Always go to my billy dot com slash t. Bc spelled my b. i. L. l. i. e. dot com slash t b c. And we're back. is there anything else. We wanna say regarding gases A gas well. I think gaz. He's just i. It's for our protagonist. He i felt like embodies a lot of toxic mail. Like i feel like more so than any other character really except for maybe gerald But like gas has a lie. He has the misogyny he makes. Homophobic comments about the chippendales. At first he. You know fat. Shames dave at t like he is extremely rejig in binary and the way that he thinks which we can pretty reasonably say product of his environment. But also it's like there are men in this same environment that seemed to have more open minds and are kind of more productive pass. so yes gaza's isn't my favorite but I i respect his journey. I'm glad he didn't lose custody of his son. Also i what do you think about gas taking money from nays. i've liked. That's another complicated. They weren't it has to happen. Plot wise Their had like especially when he could have just worked for mandy for a couple of days and gotten the same amount of money louvred taking it from his son's savings account. I don't know. I like especially that young. Like i like the way money lose within working class. Families is definitely complicated. But i'm like taking your whatever ten-year-old only money gaz really. I don't like it. He's he's perhaps also too quick to be like okay. I'll take your money. He knows but yeah What i'll say there is that. I hope he pays a back immediately after doing this. Show with like a hundred percent interest. Yeah i feel like he will to like he loves. He loves nayef right. I'm like god you're putting nave between a rock and a hard place here. Guys my god. I also think that nathan will help to rid gaz of some of his misogyny. And i say this because there's yes seen in the very beginning where guests sees a woman rates. Her on like a one to ten scale says a bunch of really sexy stuff like well. She's an eight. Maybe even a nine. You never can tell until you see their tits and we're like guys And while he saying this. Nathan's like dad like in a very like protest e way And i. I hope that as nathan gets older. He sits his dad down and says dad. You shouldn't be objectify women like that. You should not be valuing a woman based on how attractive you perceive her to be excetera. Cy a great. Yeah i thought that. Like nathan being embarrassed by his dad's misogyny hopefully means that down down the road. Also mike is nathan their manager. Now like what happens now. I don't know he seems to be kind of i. Mean he's clearly he's investor. That much is for sure. He's early investor in the group. Who knows used to. He's wearing many hats. Yeah he's accomplished a complex character Charlatan to nate. The you know what a what a sweetheart what does sweet kid and and pretty good child actor. Pretty good yeah. His name is williams nape. Which i was like That sounds like a fake name Like oh wait. I guess harry potter. That name isn't a fake name. Which is what. I always thought when i it sounds like snake so proud turns out. It's a real name. Well i you know what water under the bridge at this point Where where shall we. Shall we go from here. Dave dave oh okay. Yes i i. dave's journey as unique. And i feel like not just unique in this group but unique for talking about masculinity and body standards at all in nineteen ninety seven. Yes so the thing that he is predominantly dealing with in. This movie is that he feels a lot of shame about being fat Probably because his peers constantly fat shame him And he's he also mentions. I thought it was like useful context. That is like this is something that has been his whole life. He's been made fun of for this and it and it's like clearly just like his body type because he's like i. I haven't changed anything. It's just who i am. But linking people will not leave him alone about it. Yeah right and then. It's at least suggested in the movie that this shame he is feeling is manifesting as like this sexual dry spell with his wife because he's experiencing impotency issues he's Seems to be unable to get an erection and it's affecting his sex life with his wife The fact that this is even like talked about at all in in a movie in the nineties is like kind of groundbreaking. But yeah and i felt as though that was all dealt with pretty responsibly. Yeah yeah and i think like in making it clear that all of this is happening in response to you know just how others are perceiving his body and it's like that moment at the end a with his his wife But we're it's like. I don't know i mean there's so so much about that scene that i thought was really sweet and well thought out of just you know she. She loves him. She's attracted to him and she loves his body and just hearing that sometimes is like. I don't know i feel like and this is a generalization but A lot of men straight men particularly. Don't always know how to like. Ask for what they need. More there is like there's on top of like shame attached to your body. Which is you know affects people of all genders like there is like this. I don't know if there's this kind of general you can't admit weakness you you know. You can't discuss shame with your partner. It's so clearly like it's one conversation that like totally set him free and like Clearly i mean it doesn't solve the problem right away but it's it's just so so wh- simple and so nice and but but it you totally understand why he's going through this journey the way he is because it's just like shame on top of shame on top of shame on top of shame in it's all connected to this like toxicity around men and and around the way that people like police each other's bodies totally. There are a couple of scenes in the movie where they're hanging out at gerald's house in one of them. Dave is kind of expressing his insecurity about like not wanting to show his naked body in front of a bunch of people and gerald kind of dismisses him and says that david is a feminist issue. And what's not supposed to me when it's a home. And yeah so like even when he does try to open up and talk about it. He's like it's being dismissed and because like gerald holds this toxic viewpoint of lake. Well being fat is something that like only women are concerned about are only women should be concerned about and like this. It's you know it shouldn't affect you but obviously like body and beauty standards affect everyone who has a body which is so yes so. He's not being taken seriously. And then there's a later scene where they're looking at. Yes the porn magazine and Lumper is like oh will hurt tits or too big and dave's like why hope they're not going to be looking at us like that. I hope the the women in the audience are more understanding comes through And then they're like well why would why would they be judging our bodies and he's like well why not he's just commented on her breasts is and lumbers like it's different where blokes but. Well i guess. I mean yes. The standards of beauty do tend to be a bit harsher and more rigid for women but men and people of all genders are subjected to specific and often rigid beauty standards. Yeah i thought that that story you know. It played out pretty well. And it's like an and the fact that it's like having that conversation with his his wife But having that conversation with her like and communicating and acknowledging where you feel vulnerable which again not what. Straight men are generally known for Is able to kind of unlock this confidence in himself and then acceptance in like in joying being in his own skin. It's so simple. And so nice and i just yeah. I really enjoyed it. And there's also there's a quote i wanna pull from friend of the cast janna sh- meeting who gave an interview recently that i don't know just time dot. Well watch this movie last night. This interview came out the sporting so janna says quote. Oh sorry let me actually lead. And with the quote. In in she meetings estimation we can only really celebrate body positivity when quote we create equity in access rafat people in all aspects of our lives. The term body positivity yes it is about celebrating our existence and celebrating our bodies. But it's nearly impossible to do that. When every system and structure around us is built an created to fat people and to essentially vilify an oppressed fat individuals and fatness as a concept. We need to get to a place. Where fatness normalize widely and people have access to medical care. And all of the same social norms that non-fat people have access to unquote. Which is you know. I don't think that this movie goes all the way. But i think that it in terms of just even having that discussion in nineteen ninety-seven in a kind of i mean i. I feel part of this movie strength. Is that everyone in. This group is kind of clueless. And they're all kind of like coming to most of these issues with like i don't know and like learning from each other through trial and error and it's just like i don't know it's it's as uncomfortable as it is at times. It's cool to watch them work through it. Yeah because like yeah. It wouldn't be super realistic. If all of these men in nineteen ninety-seven we're like super woke. Like new. All the stuff and just like were it would make sense in twenty twenty one like it i do. I do like. And i hope that that kind of i would like to see more of that of like people learning on green and like shedding this ship mentality and not coming in a fully formed. You know being because like no one does and yeah. It's it's just like super interested. Because it's i mean guys in that group are fucking up in terms of like they're dismissing dave's concerns. They're telling him it's not a thing and then they realize over time that oh it very much is a thing and it's affecting my friend who i love. Yeah dave does not display as much misogyny as gaz does but there is one part of the movie when they're watching flashdance and dave is commenting on the main characters welding abilities so in gathered. And they're like you don't know how to add guys is like what the fuck do you know about welding. Dave says i know more than some chopping woman which chopping i'm guessing is like fucking like i don't god damn for wrong. Yeah yeah you know so. He doesn't Think that women can weld renewed. Really what dave is more guilty of as Letting things slide when other men around him safe fucked up stuff because in like i mean nathan is doing more to push up against gazes casual misogyny than dave is. And nathan's like ten so that's not great. Yeah because it's like any time. Like i feel like and you see this like i don't know like i've i've seen this interaction where it's like someone says something really casually fucked up and then the other person's like oh come on like And then they just never talk about it. That is day. They that seems like dave's ammo is like well. I'm not gonna say it myself. But i'm going to point out when someone's being you know bigoted unfair misogynist at sharing. Yeah yeah yeah. Should we talk about gerald year. Let's talk about gerald. His situation is that he is ashamed at having lost his job. He cannot be the provider anymore. He is unable to admit this to his wife. Because of all the shame he feels Which again goes back to that kind of toxic standard of masculinity where men are expected to be the providers and If they can't do that then they darlie ilya no failure. They don't know what they're worth is and stuff like that so Yeah i thought that was a very interesting thing to explore. There are at least one scene. Where even guys is like. Why can't you just tell your wife and gerald's like well. It's been six months now. Like i tell her. Now i've let it go on for way too long and and part of it is also this just not being able to be like open and forthcoming cancer. A romantic partner. Hey we it's it's so like an it's it seems to be like in dave and gerald's case wives that they love very much It makes me sad. And what i really loved is his wife's when she does find out and i don't I feel like you do learn her name. But i mentioned that a few times. But it's the dialogue in. This movie was so tough for me. Yeah she does have a name. I don't remember what it was off the top of my head. Linda i think is her name that yes okay. So she finds out because people come into her home and start. Repossessing things and gerald comes home while this is happening and she's like how long this has been going on. He's oh about six months and she's like all right. Well you know. I can deal with losing the sunbed the car. Whatever material possessions she lists off she's like i can even deal with the shame of everyone watching this but six months and you couldn't even tell me your wife so she's not upset about which i think is like a pretty major subversion for like for the wife character of just like being upset about like losing these like luxury items and stuff like that. She's like care about that. I only care that you you weren't honest with me and you weren't with me and you didn't tell me that this is something that was happening especially because like she sort of set up to seem kind of like materialistic because she's like go like let's spend all this money. I wanna go on ski trip and right but then she's like i don't actually care about that. I just wanted you to be honest with me. I yeah i really liked that too because i honestly was like the way that they were setting her up where they were like you know she's kind of this. I mean they're you know. Their vibe is like upper middle class assholes but yet it's like that that is a cool subversion where it's it's and again it's i like you know in the same way that i'm like i totally understand. Why mandy is so frustrated with guys. You can also see why linda is so hurt by this and and and and again we're both sides of this conflict like they're just both prisoners to this like his toxic masculinity that he's been taking his whole life and it's affecting everyone so negatively oh it makes me an and and it's hard to not feel for gerald in a way to where it's like. Yeah you're being a absolute fool about higher dealing with this top to bottom and talk to your wife but like that concept of yeah just being defined by your ability to provide and not being able to provide connected to just like complete emasculation. Yeah in a way that. I've just like every movie. I'm like you know therapy therapy would fix which fix a lot of these issues. Another movie where all of these characters need to be in there. Be including nathan Yes the yeah. I i liked. That's also just like them. You know gerald being like well you know. She's used to a standard of living. And i don't want to ask her to have to compromise which. I don't know that was just giving me lake major recession vibes of you. Know like he would rather go into debt than admit that his financial status has changed like he would rather sever the most important relationship in his life than admit that you know the situation out of his control right is affecting his family and it's like come on man but you also understand where it all comes from right. It's not happening in a vacuum gerald. It also makes you wonder. How does linda not know that. The factory closed down six months ago. Like wouldn't that have been like in the newspaper when pe- people be talking about. I had that question also but maybe he was like just like. Oh i'm working somewhere else. Dot die right. She thinks he's got a different job. I know i was just like. I wish that had been clarified because otherwise it just makes her seem like completely oblivious. Because i'm like well where. Where were you for the last six months. linda The other thing with gerald is that we learn a bit later on in the movie that he's experiencing a situation where he gets unexpected erections the medical term for this is. I can't help. And this is something that he liked. Confides in to dave dave he's experiencing impotency ya. They're not seeing eye to eye on it. He's like i you're talking to the wrong man so he also. He kind of dismisses gerald after gerald had dismissed dave for like being insecure about his weight and then the other members of the group. I guess he confides in them or they find out about it in some way and they're like it's this thing where they're like trying to be supportive because they're like. Oh well what if like think about boring things and then you won't get an erection but then they also tease him about it. And i don't know how to feel about that because i was like. Oh well they shouldn't be teasing him with. This is how i don't like i. I mean that's like that's a another through line that this movie touches on. I think with four different characters Where it's like some sort of self definition by if not your penis. This is what european is doing It it's spare time leisure hours et cetera And and it's i honestly i i know that it's imperfectly done. I don't feel qualified to get even like incredibly specific with how But but i do yeah. It's i i kind of wonder i for for our listeners That have some insight. Here i guess it's like i viewed the way that not in all situations but in some situations it's like these men can only communicate by like sort of making a joke out of everything and like they clearly. It's really hard for them to have a straight discussion because as we see from how their relationships are they cannot communicate with anybody until it's like an absolute breaking point like they their life has to be almost destroyed for they'll communicate right and so i sort of viewed that as like an extension of that of like they're teasing each other instead of talking about it but through teasing each other. They're trying to talk about it but it's not real like it's a very imperfect approach. I don't know Writing real real straight guys some of them and then that might bring us to lumper and guy. so lumper is like the third character to join the group He's the one who they stop like. An active suicide attempt The aftermath of that is again like very like they're joking with him about the like the other ways that he could have attempted suicide. Yes which is like i. I don't know i. I don't hate the way it's written him down. They also clearly have no idea how to talk about this right. Yeah and then it ends with him saying well. I don't have any friends and they're like well. How could you tell us that. We're not your friends. You know we just saved your life. And he's like really doubtless mile. He's like oh i know it's very sweet very sweet. Yeah and then and then a little bit later. I don't know if you caught this. But guess is saying. He's like yeah. I roped him into the group because this could be good therapy for him. Yes yes that was very sweet and it's like well you know real therapy would be good therapy for him but if that's not available it were you know in in a very low income area. It's very likely that that would not be made available on top of the stigma although there in england so maybe they have more access to things. I don't really know. I don't really know english listeners. Help us out here. Yeah and then for lumper. It's revealed that he is gay or queer. He's attracted to men which guy also is because they have that moment when they're like running away from the dress rehearsal and they are like very close in their face to face and they have their vibing year. Like let's have three movies of this right more of the the only other thing the only other part of this very minimal storyline is a few later when lumper's mother has passed away and their at her funeral and we see a very tiny glimpse of the two of them holding hands Which then gaz. And dave notice and comment on. And it's you know they're just kind of surprised and it's unexpected for them and then dave as a very like northern england expression. There's not as queer as folk which doesn't specifically is not specifically about queer people. It's just means there's nothing as strange as people but then he realizes the double entendre of what he said and then they start laughing. They're cracking up acid funeral at the funeral. Right so i guess my main thing here is that just really would have liked to see more of this storyline. It gets so breezed past and we don't really learn anything about them as a couple except for just the very those two tiny little glimpses. It's frustrating and it's so it it's so nineteen ninety seven and unfortunately kind of best case scenario nineteen ninety-seven where the fact that they are interested in each other and that they seem to be at the beginning of our relationship. is presented in a very. You know pretty matter of fact way but it's so brief and it's like you know that if this were hetero relationship that it would all of a sudden take over the entire plot in the way that had had a row relationships That you barely know anything about consume the plot entirely in in many movies. It's you know we're kind going for scraps here. I do appreciate it past queer coding and you know explicitly like these are these are queer characters but it like i don't know of like i feel like all the issues that are like reference but only like in a very surface scratchy sort of way this this this was one of the big once for sure. But that's what is there. I think is very sweet. And i'm i'm rooting for that. I'm rooting for them to. But yeah the movie. Spends more screen time on dave and gaz reaction to learning this information than it does on the relationship itself which i guess like a this is extremely bare minimum for them to for gas to have said homophobic things prior to that but generally seem to be accepting of this relationship is like again bare minimum. But this is yeah. I mean it just seemed like this whole movie to an extent is a journey of bare minimum acceptance. Where it's like. Oh i'm not going to mock my friend's body anymore. I'm not gonna make casually homophobic comments about whomever. I am not going to assume the worst. In and like objectify every woman who walks into my path. The bar is on the floor. But yeah i mean but you're totally right is like harping on the reaction versus like there's just there's room there an- not even asking for you know this relationship to take over the movie that wouldn't make sense but it's like can we have a scene with the two of them. Yeah can we have seen with the two of them. Especially because according to our favorite scarlet journal wikipedia the original cut of the movie came in under ninety minutes so they went back and reshot shot some new scenes like new season our like written into the movie for example. The the where they're like doing an exercise montage and then they're like playing soccer. That was shot later. That makes sense in long. And i didn't know why i was there. It's unnecessary if you notice. Robert carlyle is not in that scene those scenes because he was filming other stuff because this was after principal photography on this movie and he wasn't available so double frustrates. There was like there was room explicitly room for this relationship to be explored further and the choice was simply made to not annoying. I don't like wow now that. I know that i'm triple annoyed. Yeah but i like what's there but but it's barely there it's barely there and You know kind of added in towards the end and then you referenced in two scenes and then it's you know we we spend and i'm not even saying it's a bad thing that we spend a lot of time with dave and his wife and we spend a lot of time with gaz and mandy but it's like let's Spread the love around movie. Come on And then the final character is horse to discuss The thing that he is dealing with is that he is insecure about. His penis is Which again is another sort of byproduct of the patriarchal society that we live in this toxic standard of masculinity we talked about this on a recent episode on bedazzled of movies about society's obsession with penis size and penis function. I suppose obsessed with penises and. it's line we as a society must grow up on the silly. It's hurting people. it is. Yeah because there's this idea that you know you should measure a person's masculinity based on how big their penises and how it works and it's like it's very common still today to shame a person for having a small penis or shame someone who's experiencing impotency or premature ejaculation or any number of things and four different characters. In this movie there subplot or at least part of their subplot has something to do with something relating to their penis. Yeah which. I feel like for the most part. This movie handles pretty well like the just that it gets explored at all that these men feel this pressure to have a penis that like aligns with society expectation law and a sentence. He'll the best sentence i've ever said You know it starts to explore these. You know toxic standards and granted. It doesn't dive very far into them. I think where the movie kind of fails here is that the character guy who i would argue. We know the least about of all of these people. Yeah all we know is he. Is the lunch box and that he redid gerald out I got we know. And he gets brought into the group strictly based on the fact that he has a large penis. Ray so they are valuing him. They think that he has something to bring to the table. Based on his penis size right and they're not doing that in a vacuum. But that at like it's the it's it's a loaded decision. Yes and then. I'm kinda curious about horse being the character. So he's insecure about what he perceives to be his small penis He's also the only black character. And there is a popular stereotype. That black men have large penises. Which of course is very toxic stereotype. Because it's historically been used to over sexualize black man and to accuse them of being sexually aggressive right so the movie subverts this stereotype and it also kind of makes me wonder like does horse feel the pressure to have a bigger penis based on this stereotype and it barely require saying but all of these stereotypes are completely erroneous and they're and they're also in horses case clearly having an effect on his self esteem balanced on these complete lies that are being you know forced upon him and it kind of made a joke in this movie not in a way that i feel like is aggressively punching down but i do think that there is like a little more room just in the way that there is more room to explore his character in general. It was more room to kind of directly. Interrogate that stereotype. You know where it's like referenced. But it's almost referenced as a given rather than making it clear that like total bullshit you know right. There's nothing there's no explicit indication that that is what's being referenced. It's just sort of like the movie just sort of treats at is like this is probably common knowledge very wink. Wink way of addressing yet. Yeah yeah you know a movie that. I think that does a lot well. That is like a stereotype that is reference without being interrogated or explored anyway and it just feels like a kind of a clearly missed opportunity for sure. Yeah but because of how this story is set up. There's no one but white guys around to talk to The fact that we are having this conversation at all about like the ambiguity of it makes it clear that the topic was not made clear enough or adequately explored. And it's yeah i it's i. I really like horses character. And but he's you know he's the only person of color in this group at all. He's certainly the only black man in this group. We see his family in that really funny scene where like horses horses fairly. They really They're very supportive of his endeavors and they show up and shall we talk to them. We don't know who they are like the only black women in the movie and they don't say anything and we don't know who they are. And it's like i feel like this. This is a really with. We've talked about this. A jillian particularly with nineties movies but it is a very at a persistent trope of the only person of color. You don't know that much About their background or their home life like yeah in the way that an and i get that you know we we don't see the lunchboxes home wife But but i do think that it's like again. He because we fully know that there are there is room to build out each and every one of these characters. We've got the time. I think it's it like it. Kind of sticks out that horses Life in his character isn't more fully fleshed out and we don't get to explore it more. I was like really disappointed. Not surprised with the fact that are only black character we we. He has an arc. He you know it's not like he has no story he definitely does. And it's you know comparable to the stories at the other. Men are going through where he's going you know navigating this These toxic expectations coming out on the other side. More confident and more satisfied with himself. But you don't get the the home aspect of it which i think you get for every character except for horse and and his actual name guy literally his name's guy which is because i keep wanting to say that guy because his name is guide horse and guy. You don't get that background. And i just feel like it would be you know. It would benefit both of those characters but particularly horse shoe to more fully explore. What their background is where they're coming from. It's like the the four men you we have the home lines of four white guys. You know no problem So it feels it feels pointed and it feels just like his characters. You know under underwritten in a way that you know for me. I'm like it doesn't it makes no sense And also paul. Barbara's such of net character actor just would've liked to like him more like he's just yes just fun. He's so funny this movie. So funny i it is i know so. It's yeah i mean. And i wish that his story was just more fully explored because the fact that we have this little to talk about is like whoa Yeah it's telling us. Do you have any other thoughts about the film I don't really think so. I think just in terms of You know it. I guess it will not really a shock. Anybody to know that it's all you know. White men top to bottom in terms of production. i guess if it's actually the there there is a female composer and dudley. Who was nominated for an academy award for the score. Which is interesting. Because i feel like it's a jukebox movie. But she got nominated for her score. Which i don't remember there is yeah. It's a lot of The soundtrack well first of all the soundtrack is incredible There is some original score. That is really good. And i believe if i'm not mistaken. She won the academy award. Did she win for it. Yeah won for best original musical or comedy score. wait okay. i think this is a different category. That i'm not sure actually still exist anymore for the academy awards not sure but either way shout out and ugly shout out and deadly so there was a a win there but like this movie was just. I don't know. I think it like ultimately it speaks to like. This movie is taking a really funny interesting way of flooring really commonly explored topics that clearly people wanted to see discussed in a movie because it was so ridiculously successful It was the highest grossing film in the uk until it was outperformed by titanic feels good feel like so it would have only been highest grossing movie in the uk for a few months. Because titanic came out a few months later. Look i hope. They enjoyed their brief but significant rain over the uk box office. It's such a fun movie like it's yeah. If you haven't seen this movie you really do yourself a favor at the blast. Yeah it really is and it's about. I mean we didn't talk too much about this but like any movie. That's a about like the explorers. In i don't know well we've talked about some of the ways in which these friendships are. Maybe not the most healthy. But i think for the most part especially oh by like. It's the french. The male friendships that are being explored in. This movie are just really sweet. And i really like them clearly need it. It's i do think that this is a great example of like the realism is. It's you know no one is in the space of what a couple weeks going to go from being entrenched in thirty five years of toxic masculinity to being like now. Oh my male friends and i are talking about our insecurities every day like right but you see the seeds of it you see and it is. I mean we've yeah we've talked about this on the show before just like not really an emphasis on like healthy friendships between men. It's just not something that emphasized in i mean in society but also had movies when and and and you see kind of the repercussions of that through like repression and pushing stuff down and not communicating. How you're feeling and then you see you know through their friendships. They start to feel some relief. They start to see other perspectives. They start to realize they're not alone in their insecurities in their worries that they thought were just so unique to them. It's beautiful they're all. This movie is really nice. I like it so much. They helped set each other free because they learn to be more open and honest. I love when the boy said each other. There's this is you know we're we're we're not in the business of endorsing Entirely where i'm not in the business of endorsing seven or six six or seven men on a poster. Ordinarily but spooky really is an exception to the rule. It's true it's great. does it. pass the bill. I do not believe so only seen where women interact with each other. Is that bathroom scene toward the beginning. Jean and her two friends. They either talk about dave or this guy named frank most of the time. There's like a couple of stray exchanges. That like technically would pass except that. We don't learn the friends names. I do not believe. And they're also not characters. Whoever show up again so cy. I would say that. That's not a pass that as far as our nipple scale in which we rate the movie on a scale of zero to five nipples based on an examination of intersectional feminism so while this is a story that centers men and where women are like the side like his wife characters or his ex-wife characters even so because this is a movie that by and large explosions what toxic standards of masculinity due to man how they affect men negatively And how the men are once they sort of start to set them like to try to cast those standards aside and like set themselves. Free of those standards do they become happier and more successful And people are celebrating them to that end. I don't think we mentioned this yet. But yeah like at the end to like the the boys all comfortable in their own bodies and their whole families are like yes. Fine confident family member like is it. Oh you know if you put yourself in the position of looking at. I don't like what. I want to see my dad in this kind of show. No but i appreciate the sentiment Horses family i think they're they're right at the end there. I imagine. They're covering their eyes whenever they're just like not looking horses direction. Also nathan. is there nathan. Probably leave just shouldn't be there around for most of this movie But but with all that in mind Yeah it's a story about men who are products of their environment who feel isolated because of the circumstances and because of this patriarchal society that they live in the start to learn to embrace other standards and to embrace healthier options. Yeah so because of that. I'm going to give this movie. This is too high okay. I'm gonna give it three nipples. I was going to do that as well reasonable. And it's your birthday so it's my birthday and i love this movie so i can do whatever i want. Damn good movie. it's so good it's so funny. And and while the characters do save some aggressive things that are homophobic and misogynist philly. There's a difference between the characters being that way and the movie also subscribing to yes that ideology where a lot of movies especially from this era. The jokes that are being made by the movie are like punching down. I don't feel like that movie is doing this. Movie isn't matching down. No i look ridiculous when they say these things and and wrong. I hope but i hope. At least that's how i view it and especially because so much of comedy from this era and most of like comedy movies from every decade were so reliant on punching down and making jokes that were homophobic racist. Sexist transphobic ablest. You name it. This movie avoids that for the most part and i appreciate that. We have three nipples. I'll give one to horses family. Hell you. I will give one to mandy who. I have more of an appreciation. For than. I did as a younger person. And i'll give one nipple to the woman who ps on the wall austalia. Incredible i'll i'll also go. weds with a three year think that it is a very rare movie that is able to acknowledge toxic masculinity without endorsing it like that is such a difficult line to toe and i feel again. Ordinarily fails pretty spectacularly. But it doesn't here like i. I like you're like you're saying it is the you understand. It's interesting to see. Very flawed male characters presented with empathy. But also not endorsing. What their behaviors and glue demonstrating through the plot and through their arcs and through how their behaviors affect their relationships. And this is not the way to live. I just i. it's so well written. It blows my mind. I was like how did Man i hand you gotta hand it to him every once in a while I mean i. I do think that the two characters that you neglect to create a meaningful home life and backstory for being. You're only black protagonist and you're only queer characters is Perhaps let's say a bit glaring when we are definitely focusing on the home lives of the straight white guys no problem that is just very nineteen ninety-seven and annoying especially because we know there's room for it However i just think it is It is a very well crafted story about men working through their shit and also working through their shit together you know and and it and learning to communicate with each other with their partners with you know and and how learning how to communicate even though it does not lift them out of poverty even though it does not solve the systemic problems it does give them more peace and it gives and it's like i don't know i like i like when stories and just in general when people ask them are you know i i don't know it it's it doesn't end perfectly. You know that this one show isn't going to you know all out of absolve all industrial unless it does but like there is. 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THE MOVIE REVIEW EXTRAVAGANZA - 11 - 25 - 2020

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THE MOVIE REVIEW EXTRAVAGANZA - 11 - 25 - 2020

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I guess thanksgiving over here all like the call pre black friday three black friday. Yeah man the black is the fridays. You know over black friday and yeah man. That's the call a definite black friday. You gotta what about at least ten people down black. Friday's right at least see. What the count. Is this year people to go out there. Yeah man nasser thing. I wonder what's going to be like with corona going on. Because you know they're going to be one start. I don't give us a couple of them. Yeah in fact the store is gonna advertise gonna get your corona half people. Go kill each other to die us going to do anyway. Yeah exactly you might as well you must die by some shit you did meet in the first place how doing everybody i'm cory. Welcome to the move rebuke strap against toll you. It is thanksgiving eve and that means that sometimes people have to do things like now. I'll go spend time with the family and stuff like that. Which means i'm the only dumb ass they're doing the show i would. I would first of would not say is a dumb ass. Whereas i'm not gonna say that because i wasn't going to be my ass but the second thing is is is at home with his family right now. He's at the house. All we had to do is go down to the basement aka studio but dungeon and hang out here with me just for a little bit but because you have people doing things like spending time with loved ones might not be doing very long show tonight in fact. It's not gonna be that long. Which is why we only have one movie here tonight again. I'm korva coleman when you'll critiques tonight and guest starring movie reviews trevor gaz. I'm going to give him the intro. That i always give him. Okay what show. He's on joining me tonight. As a special guest on the movie review show is mr How fantastic oh. What's going on. Everybody so shocked but it's okay. I'm here man. Yeah martin had to go to houston and he had to drive today so was available and tell you. I said you know what i i. I know reviewer zero see can give us reviews right now. He's a good man is is a good opinion. All it is every time you talk. Man they say i see everybody just putting the chat. They say why is truth. Yes yes wisdom wisdom so you know. Something's man if you can look at you can raise three kids. You can definitely talk about a movie. Yeah well you know you know. It's not gonna be more of caliber anything. But i've got opinions. I say some things about some things and you will say things about things and things tonight as we love our corey. Got me to do this. Tube house martin's away. I can't find this person. I can't find this person and you're the ugly girl at the bar. That's closing time so yet man. The only reason. Why is. Because i know people like when they like it with people are in the studios. They'd like you said you know you. You know. I'll docomo talk about a movie but i know you're not always as not that you can review you can but you like man. I don't legged deep shit. I'll watch something because i enjoyed. I'll watch the octa is fucking insane. I'll tell you. I'll tell you. What some bullshit. I gotta get all deepen and then but we won't get deep tonight because i've told you before we get into it is used. You sent me that joint. And i actually wanted to see very episode two things to say about some things like i say things and things may in the show there when you all things and things things and mrs things. We're here to talk about things. People welcome to the show. Oh burn thank you for. The thousand is over there. You know since we got people being so nice over here. let's go ahead and introduce the chad. Fam- san we have to spend with my wife anybody night. I got my family right here. Do you my loved ones. I'm talking about the g. chat and maasai bitches over there was upside. Be shut how you're doing. Got platinum wave at angry asiaone. Let me see here simone. How you doing guys a fucking and say how come you're watching me. You should be spending tower folks right now. i'll see them all the time to either man hanging out hanging out. Welcome cord yeah save plato. Got my son up in here. See this is time with my family up in here. T- sweet the sweetest of the t. disney princess anita ball. Hit austin nick. What is whoa the loser. You knew every time you knew here and see these names normally normal mess it up. That's just how it goes. That's almost tradition now. So lettuce is here. I know she say ran there. Hi corey she got the she. She's she's a black woman with a jewish woman inside of jews. Grandmother would a black stereotypes. How you doing everybody good to have you here. Although she is fuck yukari it is. Yeah fuck you too sweetie. Oh tiger goddamn color me hayes. All you guys a here tonight good to have you here. We have with a thousand more biddies. Y y man. Why are you giving somebody that all the meat because a you middle treatment with this love as much as they do somebody you man. Thank you very much for me. Still take you. You went from the ugly girl to the really pretty girl with the average dude parading around and is may. Hey a romantic comedy man. He just took off my glasses in washington to quit drizzle dude. Oh people thank you so much man. I see each are trying to do. I'll tell you what's going to be on the show a little bit. I'm your ready. No but i like telling you would possess so if you can get that. They're gonna chew coming through then we can do that for you. See it. south can almost feel it. Come on in the rest of you come on in come on in and as i said they say new york in the house a the plane pro last time i was talking to you as we were talking about our rep with flame thrower up in brooklyn going crazy. I know in a man who wrestled the jaws of a gaiter to to say dog as we saw late. It was grandpa fight to save a puppy but nevertheless it was people. Y'all came through out to welcome everybody. Get off the train and georgia show three track brees team trade and everybody off right now. We got a good this. You trap soon policy. We got all up in here. Ju ju tracksuit got sexy all that. Oh what does that lime green grows. He's back folks. Mr bean's getting queen. Bee's brighton heights. Fifty grammy nominations gips. Oh my god the captain hosters gusto. Get the mass on people. The show ball scroll today as a toy you got a whole. Spend some time with friends in in family friends. Come up tonight. So we'll have what review for you know when mom rainy brings up black bottom up in here. She got a lotta ass enough for one. Show us enough for one off spin around. So people strapping grabs some areas. Could just grab my rainey's as you might lose at handed down still got it. I still got it. Oh tech peppy. So the pig it down. Go go girl. I thought that was a. I thought that was martin. Daughter caught a little like bell a little bit man. One mars dot is coming here. Oh y'all getting down up in their boy getting down look at. Y'all still go still going and look at you. Just don't stop for dessert loud greensboro. I've grown to love that with man. I sit all day for dessert after thanksgiving dinner man. Green it's good to have you guys here tonight. Really is is great is great so just a little notice right here. First of all you didn't hear all the hype tightness tonight in addition to being joined by mr big as ours green. We have maar as big as up in here. My rainiest. what is marina's bill. Black bottom got that tonight black bottom arenas black bottom movie that people are saying is right now very eagerly awaited because of potential history being made with that so we'll talk about the review for that. What is the history that could potentially be made without talking about that fern. Coming in again with the one thousand babies fern. You are hurting me now with all of this generosity is support. I don't know if i could support all the support. Thank you thank. You guys are so nice. What the denouncing. I was gonna make is tomorrow. Of course being thanksgiving. I will not be doing a crumbs because i believe chris. Harman has his own things given special going on down history so tomorrow i would have done it. But we're going to do a makeup show on saturday for a big crumbs so stay tuned for that on saturday saturday. We've been. We've actually been prepping for new show but on saturday we'll have we'll have Neighbor crumbs for streaming live. What time. I don't know we'll have to tell you later but should be cool. Also what else am i forgetting to tell you tomorrow. I still might stream though we'll probably get on and play spider man with the hardly get a chance to do any gaming stream with you and i did one the other night right after our show us. Oh how was that. It was late but it was fun it was up there was streamed almost two in the morning. It was fun it was a lot of fun. Yeah miles morales man. So i was upstream and that would i'll probably will stream again tomorrow just for fun. Nothing big nothing plan is casual laidback streaming with you and me is watching us. Play games and Of anything else. I can think about let you know how you man oh man. One great brother can't complain. I tell you today like a friday. I don't know why it's nice up there today and it was able to go knock off early sitting around spending around trying to place on my own games. I like i'm his car cord strategy. Rpg called this guy called coal co what this guy. This guy is is very japanese very cool very stat based sitting there grinding levels and all this stuff it's very very nerdy very Very repetitive. But i love it though. Somebody in the jets houses a. He's a we done it known that he's into the japanese games. Big kind of suck me into the back in the day now found something i liked. 'cause i played the first one but it's such a big game so long i had to put down so i came back for five. That's all come back. Yeah man yano is really that japanese stuff i was. I was in new york address like a giant cat playing plane. His japanese game in a sailor moon skirt. Yeah man You've suppressing the games that he plays. I didn't figure you for some of the games that you game out. There called persada played there. But you love it so on a five-year love their games. His fans fan task. You a pg year or rpg in general. You need to get that. Play that story's phenomenal to appoint days anime out. I think it's on those who forget what he's on but no this is really good nausea here man. I hear it's fun. I'm already plan a lot of games and trying to get past. The mas morale is black spider man. And then i'm going to get into the hard stuff. Get into that game. Crack souls man's on sell my soul to place. Oh who's man going into demon slows get my grind on. Because that's all i do. I just power up. And then i become a god was up man request to watch you play that crazy and once you got to go back and get stuff man. Yeah that's why. I'm big careful man. I i'm very pity. Do i pick on the weakest characters long time. Just a bully. I just far victims like a bully man and didn't take this straight up and then that's where i started taking the biggest stuff but seattle goes man People welcome to the show once again in knock can't guarantee this because we are trying to make this sort of a quick show tonight. My wife told me because we have some friends coming up tonight. Because i would not be going to waco. Mothers is a eighty seven years old. So i'd i'm the baby of the family. I came i. I was surprised. I can tell people. Also tell the story again. But i was conceived. I was told by my mom at a very young age. I was conceived on new year's eve. New year's night in my in my dad was drunk. Amongst i'm not lying. I pull my mama wants to sit on the phone i can take. She said she told me. When i was like because you know i was around eight us up in a seven and she used to tell me that we have to talk about is like seven years old by my well cover. We're all these babies in the sky. There was like there was a pound puppy. Of a baby's. Here's a they had a of babies going by and you were the one that i said. That's the cutest one. I picked you it. That's bullshit but whatever line of babies across the on the line and just not sold a man. I said no i said that's that's that's bullshit but whatever you know i front out but because i already had older kids in the neighborhood tell me about sex and everything and sticks stuff like all right. Whatever she didn't tell me the truth. I'm just put dubbed testimony run. I got around ten. I guess she kind of knew like all right. You know first of all you me. That look like you know shit. I know you'll nasty thing my mother. You ain't buying shit about babies. And so she told me she just straight up told me she got a mile where i come from. Well it was. It was new year's eve. We will have some friends over here. Some drinks and they will home. I went to bed. Your daddy came in and build kinda frisky. She leveled off at that and she left. She's kept the fucking frisky. Is what would have been great from hamas daniels. This is daddy for real. Your daddy with jack jagdeesh. Your day was really frisky. Few months later. I'd like i'm pregnant again. And so you just gloss over ball passport story. She'll she took a whole chapter. What's the point of time. The end levada. So yeh all new year's eve or new year's day early early early new year's day. Yeah man so yeah. I'm i was an accident. You know frisky accident into the baby of the family. My mom is eighty something years old because they expect to have any more kids. You know popular and get their snip snip. I know i know my mom told him. I know i know he said fuck. I know wasn't no surprise. Mayhem is i know you sit on and you want to keep this this motherfucker you go. Right is all right So what you do. I'm just playing like like. My mother brought home a stray animal specific. You wanna keep it you better take care of so yeah but yeah man i i Yeah so my mom at eighty years old. I said that. I don't want to i. I'm pretty sure. I'm fine but you never know. You never know man so i just said you know what i'm not going to. I'm not going to go in and put my mom endanger. Even though. I'm pretty sure that i'm okay. I try to go take a covert test today. Do the rapid testing. I did one not too long ago. And i guess my assurance fucked that we need pay for that again. You just have one three weeks ago. So it was two hundred fifty dollars emit with with was with me and i said two hundred fifty dollars for both nal shit. Nah that's a per person All right so. I just say you know what keep my ass here. We have some friends who've the mob told him to say saint things. Stay the fuck away from me and they. They made a lot of food that they can't take home. So i'll take to their mouths place so gonna bring it over to our house tomorrow but coming over tonight because ain't gotta go anywhere tamar and they wanna come over. Come over and get drunk. And shit. I i'd say well if you're gonna come tonight you're gonna get drunk to stay at the house brain food. Just stay at this but as long as anybody saved man yeah man so somebody say you moms ain't worth it. No she's not tell you that right now is she. Ain't even cooking. She told me straight up. she's not even cooking. We'll fuck what's the use welsh. It lost me today. I was only i want you about. Is i guess. But i was going to eat. We'll come to you editor. Visit the afraid exactly man. Somebody's gonna play a game plan game tomorrow. Plans miles morales tomorrow. Might play among us with some people. 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As i said without this man you would not have the movie review tonight. And that is mr august wilson. Playwright august wilson gave us a lot of plays. A bus said angry black people. Look at me. Say negra right now. The usc who was only can do act. That's what he is saddened. Black black and high yellow bear. The thing is man. You have a s- sad angry black people boy. Hollywood love some angry sad black people don't nothing with oscars like angry sad black. Just ask a girl. Build a davis man. It's not easy for me to admit that up in standing in the same place for eighteen years with eighteen years of my life to stand in the same spot as you know that was done. Denzel tau you lace. Sit girl wardrobe impala. Not boy when that's not talking about the nostrils. you'd know. You gotta ask contender right there. You would with the blob is complex. Lima covered in mucus. When he was done he just crawled up like a snail. Wormed out beyond. The davis she went to was the best actress was the best best actress. Four fences that is an august wilson. Play that would be a big hollywood movie. Starring and directed by denzel washington now august write the screenplay as well for the movie the play that i don't know i'm not sure. Yeah i mean. Yeah i wanna say. He had a hand in but i don't. I'm not sure. Your davis won best. Supporting actress for that and now able to davis can also be seen returning to another film. Adaptation of august wilson's work minus not hopefully army. There's more but this particular thing that we have here and that would be my range black bottom. You know people are people very excited about this. People are anticipating this spill. Because as i was saying this might be some history right here. Also people just wanting to see the last works of chadwick boseman math combination of all that. It sounds like yeah. Yeah people already anticipating the film itself being made a while back. But knowing that chadwick boseman who traditionally pass from cancer is in it. You know people wanted to see especially after here are some of the sneaks in some early reviews about this out people talking about how you know. What is man has so much potential. You didn't even know chadwick boseman until you see this movie right here where he plays trumpet player. Levy and vis nine thousand nine hundred four. Play that august wilson wrote now. This is based give you a little background familiar. Which girl marina you ever heard of it before. No i do not pay a lot of people do know around me on my shoes. I got to find out what's going on. Yeah i would say now. Let me introduce you to a know. I should rather say. Let me introduce a again. Because she was the legend back in her day legendary blue singer. Whose real name is gertrud. Bridget it's funny. Because don't i'm not saying this. I'm not going too far but back in the day people. What are the key. Words that people describe her as besides being Talented legendary people also said damn she ugly. That's what i read dan. That's what that's what they said. They say it straight up like people would describe her. They say yeah you know what. She's ugly woman but but cigarettes so the thing is. They said you know what when she's saying she has so much sex appeal that have you thought she was before she had men women hot address. She gave her performance. That's good that she was man. Sounds like a very interesting story with this woman. Now the thing is is that this is early. Nineteen hundreds is. We had a lot of black talat being represented by white people and white people saying. Wow this this sound that you negroes have created. It's pretty cool. give it to me. It was definitely a time where you know black people into entertaining themselves by what they do. Best you know make risen making singing playing instruments things like that you know and it got co-opted after a while other people in power to do such things so one of those types of stories. Yeah yeah we you know. This is great but we can't put your black ass out there front. He's wave folks. he's don't want see that they want to hear it. They don't wanna be it but they don't want to see that you. Yeah yeah but you know what. There's a lot of things going play. Some people say what the log on a it might be too much. Let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer for ma rainey's black bottom and we will be back to give you a opinions right after this to a you know what to do be mta world without blues. Tried to take it into news in philadelphia by. They wanna call me mother blues. That's all right. Don't heard non whereas the horn player all living. I like everybody else. Give me bad records to play real music. Not this call plane museum. I know what i'm doing notify me. I don't care to. The people's attention was slow. Drag me play on the break understanding what you say this will be ready to go and fifteen minutes. Madam says we're ready to go. And that's way go round. She wasn't going to his who stay. Go one way. You better go that way. Mr who was saying bitch slap you. I never bought is back in the day. Why folks take no shit off a black people but they took off her some power boy. She was a superhero back. In the day. records are going to be recovered. Man in the world got to do his odd man just waiting. Nothing bound all a point themselves. I give the red sox. That'll take them off your hands for you. Got my time are got here. No you know you're looking at this and you got all these wonderful actors. I mean some people in here. You don't even know the nays but you've seen them and stuff before you know that they're not only they might be character actors but brilliant character actors and of course you got some great leading talent in this. So that's the thing that people are gonna be talking about the most man the performances. And i'm gonna tell you the the the the the cast is great all around and you even have some people that have overlapped with august. Wilson's work that you see here. Of course we've already seen build a davis diso washington producing but also this when i talk about some of the characters that you see. Here's what you've seen before and that you see every time you see this guy. He's great right now. He's in fargo opposite chris. Rock but glenn termine glenn termine is in the movie but he's also been on the stage play. Playing the piano player believes plates. Be playing the character of toledo toledo. August wilson uses characters in this plague of very very deadly and cleverly. You also see keith. David beckham reached into his pocket. Some peanuts right out there doing work. It was work. Yeah folks it's you know. The lot of august wilson's work brought a lot of people because of his material they run a lot and he's great a lot of work for actors of color and you can see you know you had a lot of people in here and he's getting those opportunities on stage on film But here people of course are going to be talking about the title character who is viola. Davis plan mar rainy. And you know when. I look at this man. You know. Think about marange were talking about the thing about the characters at my rainy is a powerful woman in her demand to always be respected. Like i don't take shit off anybody so anyone who plays there. We'll give a powerful performance. I've watched a few people. Align played his role they had some. They had some people who have who put up clips about the the play and all the different than so many different people have played this character before. And they've all been good. But ma rainey played viola davis. There's an extra level of something here that the other actresses who played miranda don't have and that is fear you know the physical appearance alone of my rainy scary. If you look at her right now you know my and looks like a cross between a hooker that just got the ship outer and also. The joker both ledger and jerry little. Because you've got that green romero to put him to bed but she got those raccoon eyes and dark as is that heath ledger got but she got that grill that little gut and as i said man it looks like constantly mascara running man. It's it's a. She plays an imposing. Figure here man. How'd you feel about performance. Oh man it was fantastic You know Viola davis ban. She always gives a hundred percent but because the way the film is shot in the way they do it. Because it's not like a standard movie is based off a place we have like these long monologues. You know she's able to chew up the scenery and a good way. They don't really get into the counting give and give it her. All you know when you sometimes you see a character and say hey look at that person. Playing that person. I sam jackson that sam jackson playing you know somebody else you see the day we said no. I don't know who might remy. Is but i believe that is waiting fuck into this and the way it made up on purpose of crazy you know what steve had all the crazy the attitude and the way she doug thing it was just it was very powerful the way she did it and like you said she was scary physically. You know and presence. She set the tone early when you saw. Oh yeah no she she she surely did man i mean you know when when when i say she scary. You know like i said. She's a physically imposing character. She's not a way where she's gonna kill somebody you know. I never had any fear that she was going like. Harm someone terribly. But you know i did i. Just the way she imposed on everybody man because she you know she is she she never lets one person finish a sentence is like it's going to take the conversation about because she'll keep cutting you off telling you what she won't a house she wants. Thanks and doesn't who it is man. It could be you and in this day and age were. This is a real a bold move. It could be a white cop now. What what what the hell habit tell this man who i am man. We miss what happened. Officer what's the matter. What's the problem. Well when i walked on the incident this lady did not to mandate nutshell. We got her charged with assault and battery. Still when i tell you what happened if you wanna know. That's my nephew. That's the busy was driving my call. How we don't know who's carbon pay for that call. You say we gotta check it out from what's going on. I was calling the paddy wagon to haul him down to the station to sort everything out. She starts getting aggressive with the ugly. Wanna tell me tell the story what's gonna tell it. Tell it right then. The people that do not like that and i thought it. I thought that scene was was very cool and it was written great as well. Because you know me. I'm kind of tired of seeing a period piece these opportunities to the n. Word over and over again and that seen it would have called for them to use it over and over again but the subtlety in it you knew the time period. You see the hats a time period and you can see that detention is. They're the way they're speaking to you. Know what you know what could come out. But you don't have to say because the way the way they look the way they're talking the way they're looking at the you know what they're thinking you know what they want to say and can save you know but there was no reason to say because you already knew and i appreciate that. Yeah yeah you know. it's it is a period piece. It is kind of a a slight of struggle movie but cool thing about it is is that it's it's mostly sin and on an all black cast in a very very strong characters. There's no one is no one not a whole lot of sniffling in cowardice and a whole lot ayesha nossa and helped me so i know there's no white save us hear anything like that. You know this is a this is a very much centered and what i like about this play. What this i like the structure of it. I mean is senate on all these characters in a room a small room getting ready to record a solve. The all you got studio musicians and you got merani the star coming in record sauce for this for this for this labor and while they're together going through so many things you know the through their conversations that feel very natural you know they're going through the social a you know the the the social issues that most people color went through at the time But again not in a way that you see the movies you know not. Slavery is not something where we know we out there protests and getting beat down. Those people like sit up. You're saying that special case amorini look you know what personal worth. I'm a person who demands respect and got damage. You're going to give it to me. It's kinda like this is kinda cool to see that empowering figure in here like that go and that's due to the way they shot the film in the way it's been structured right so instead of having this movie where you're kind of all over the place and trying to figure out who's who and what's what they you know. It's a place so they stop the movie so you can have these monologues with these with these characters and get to know them right and they're able to Really talk about what they are. You get all of their personalities. Do these compensations having and it's not they're not just talking the talk it talking saints so really tomb raider. Dialogue is fantastic. So i really again right. I enjoy the fact that you were able to slow the film down like this without feeling heavy or law and i gotta tell you it also helps that. They can do things that they really can't always do on the stage. I mean you know being. Is this a movie. There's cinematic things they can do to even make fill more intimidating a like. She's constantly sweating man. You know it's hot in his room. They need fans and she's constantly constantly moist in here man which makes up. Just look more. Irritated makes a little. She's about to snap in a moment. It's like she got that trademark villa snot all over her body. Man rubbed it over just covet coveted man. Yeah man yes yes. stay stay shiny. One of the things also liked about this man is that they do give you some insight on the character. What i happen to be very heavy handed about it. One of the things about my rainy. The real marina gold gertrude. Thing about the cool to learn about a figure like this who again was doing stuff in the very very early nineteen hundreds man very progressive. She was they chances. Are those rumors and what that she was a lesbian. But chances are no rumors. Issued straight up was a lesbian. A in the in the thing is is that i don't know why people thinking that they're rumors because she she put it out there she put it a music man. To- straight people. She told people straight up. I'm not just into. I don't i don't i don't like women. I like a lot of women. I like orgies. Women got a song about it. Here you go outta mind women. Don't go out the way. I don't know man. I don't like man. I don't like no man misconstrued ad right there at the house that rumor what she's thinking about. Oh you know man yeah No that's about an orgy with women. A very progressive again. This woman we look at what you do. Talk to talk to wipe away. She wanted to put her lesbianism out there in the movie. And this is the scene here. She's looking at the. If you see right here. I'll play a little before you. And they put it in the film. You can see look like look at it. Oh yeah that ask. That's my baby right. Yeah as that's my black bottom over there just sitting. Yeah my read it. Done the good bud in the movie they put sees where the and it's not long. They just very very well directed scenes. They were a win written scenes of of small business. Where they don't get heavy-weighted they don't have any drama like you know how you don't love me you know you but get society love me for me. You know nothing like that. They just they just subtly show with some body language. How marini feels about this girl. That she's traveling around with insinuating that she you know she. She truly was a lesbian. I thought that that was that was handled very well. Yeah no there was another thing that was fantastic and there was no need to be heavy handed with things you know. There was no need to to say oh. This is a mobile that we're doing. Look at this. No it was none of that. It was very you know. Sweep the way it was handled Cincinnati was handled. It was every day it was like. Yeah this is what it is. There's no special attention needed to be taught. Did anything like that. I thought that was great. Yes yeah it's very a lot of well directed stage business that they brought to the film and it translated very well the way they. They adapted and directed now. The only person only person upstaged central care to hear. My rainy net is zo. Chadwick boseman man. That's why they keep separate state take many and the break them up had to bring could be because they would have beat each other too much talent in the broom man fun enough. We'll talk about this later. You know this is not the first time that chadwick has been in a movie. Would build a davis. I talk about that. But you know with tablet boza here. The reason why i say he's the only thing here that could upstage. My rainy davis given a powerhouse performances. Marini is shy boseman here because well his recent tragic death that puts the spotlight on him. You know this in his last role. People want to know about this. And i said this early especially with the rumors of this performance of his being also worthy you know and if and if he does get nominated this is gonna. This is going to be making history if he's nominated posthumously for this and let's not forget that early this year we also ahead. Spike lee's defy. Bloods all his book. Was that guy. Brother has damn soldier that you know if this happens in the year the pandemic we. We need a story to make us feel good. You know there's been a crazy time we need we. This is with the oscars being the a year. Will all this craziness has been going on in movies been in disarray and release dates going crazy stuff going straight to home video and whatnot. They need a good story. So i would not be surprised. If you hear about chadwick boseman get nominated for this but you probably saying well that just out of politics for optics for marketing. We just want to get a story out there you know. I don't. I don't think so man i will say. Look if you thought that this man was good in the fa bloods which he was but he didn't have that much screen time. So it'd be you know supporting actor but he have a whole lot of screen time. I as good as he was barely registered screen time to be nominated. But if you also look to something like black panther and you judged on that and you said you know he was boring you know. He was not the most exciting character in the movie. You know michael jordan now is my shit right there for people saying let me just say here and i'm waiting to hear what you what you think about it. But i'm i'm gonna tell you right now i'm gonna limb and say that this is a chadwick boseman. That's you never seen. This is a side of chadwick that that that you had yet to actually see breakout performance that he brings here. There's an energy that encompasses everything that he does. He laughs swagger insecurity at points. Doing all of those things at the same time. Here's a here's a scene right here with you know it starts out kind of comedic funny. He's looked the back and forth. He has with the supporting cast. Is great because there's a lot of energy but this is just if you like what you see here. That's the beginning of the movie. I can tell you would also see that it gets better from here and i give him his third of my songs i wrote he say gonna let me record and when i get my band together i just got finish. The last part of this song knows how to play real music. Not being she. I got stopped everybody. Gas style style in keeping the same idea from beginning in air. Get everybody get ahead on bay. Well let's you get your band where you can play what you want and just play a piece of stock complaining. I told you you came on here saying none of them. This is an accompaniment ban. You play mas music. When i guess it's another note that child and see what kind of ban it is. I can look at toledo and see what kind of vanity much. Yeah that's me messing with martin so humor professor s. You bet. I hated do not. I mean that moments where you wish everybody room just beat his ass because he he stays in people's face you'd think he's talking shit right now when you watch. The movie must be used as the people's faces he physically just gets in people's faces he's like a little black net just constantly buzzing around people talking shit and you realize met you. I wish beat his ass and then as of two moments where it's like. Yeah i mean you was up you know. I did it so many things going on here. But as the movie progresses. I'm going this to you a little bit. Because i want to hear your opinion of this. I'm going over this right now. But as the movie progresses it goes from watching his cocky humor swagger that this guy has to something that is equal parts comedic as it is tragic and again a large part of that is thanks to this role in the writing in the dialogue of august wilson but You know. I thought it was a thought that this was a this was a big leap in his career with his role. Gimme i'm one hundred percent with you man. You seen chadwick boseman. Do you know the the Forty two planes robertson. He did the that type of thing. He did superhero thing. He was that type of thing. You know this movie. Hey it gives them a chance to go to all the most or roller coasters. Every emotion is hit with this character and he plays it to perfection. I think you know. I had to be a case where he was allowed to explore this character and live or add or subtract. What he wanted to because he was so into this thing. There was one piece of milo that he was going. I said there's no way they wrote. This is some somehow you know because he was that believable likable that ebel. Sorry for mr imports man. It what they did. They knew what they were doing by keeping davidson and him kind of separate from most part. Because you know the movie it was an hour and a half yet never it never never slowed down every time somebody who's going to see what's happening now said okay. Take it going into the very very kept moving forward you know at a at a rapid pace but the same time you know. It held jehan through it as well. You know giving you a looks into why people are are way way tabby bozeman levy is the way. Yes you know. Why davis character rainy. You know. I see you know how she got their understanding the power. He has knows when the power has run out. And i thought that was a very station as well. So you know. They dropped a lot of subtlety here and again because you spend so much time with them allowing you know they allow you to to be with these cares of so long you understand them and get and get what. They're trying to put out the not that that was fantastic. I just thought it was incredible. You got a guy you have a character here. He goes between probably two three rooms in a building three rooms at the most and yet this is a character like you said man you you go back and forth not just not just once but several times you go back and forth in the span of a second love in his guy laughing at this guy having fun with them hayden his guy feeling. Sorry for this guy. You got to agree with them and not just want a couple times cut. It's a cycle with it. Amazing what they did with the chat with with this character manned power that he brought to this character. You know the hardest thing watching this is seeing the potential. That was there like i said. You never has seen him like this before. I don't think look black. Panthers made him a cultural icon. This would have lodged him to the next level of actor are truly believe that man is. I'm not saying no we we. Will you know people have extensive exaggerate because they feel is caught up in something when when when somebody dies you know. They want to pay respects. They might go a little bit too. Far i fucked that. Maybe if he was alive right now i would be saying the same thing turks more than he he will he would have become dinsdale level man except probably having eaten noah fister denzel but having probably way more range somebody denzel man. I believe it. I think this is i think this role. He's been wanting to play a long time. You know just the way. He sunk himself into it. There's other other roles just there to get him to where he wanted to be. You know that's that's what it looked like to me is the way he just embodied this character. It is definitely chadwick boseman. You have like you said you've seen before you know this. This is coming out party. Act yes you know. The movies listless. Let's not bullshit each other here as much as we might be praised film. It's not going to be the blockbuster that the dark knight was is but what you do have in a little. Just put a handle that side of the screen it. Just don't look at him but he ledger what you do. Have you have another heath ledger. Episode man our situation where you have this this amazing talent that died and gave an incredible career making performance and you'll never see the rest of their career again. You'll never see what they were able to do. And you know you know that they were going to do something. Great man almost teared up watching this. Because i was like i mean not even paying attention to the story. I'm looking at him. And i'm just thinking man at hurts known that you had this guy who was there he was right there. Yeah right there man. This would've came out and people were like okay. Chadwick boseman people definitely be putting heart. Be on his last name. Okay boseman issue is that you got that right. It is yeah the only thing i could say that gets close to to this performance right here would probably be his last time. Playing james brown get on up. Musically sounded as a real good musical. You know even when i saw that movie s movies our man but chadwick boseman. Somebody look look forward to you. Know he's he's a guy that You saw the potential. Then he only kept going up since then. Yeah you know he. He definitely embodies the cavs that he put that he puts into you know and again. I think there's always always some sort of limit that he's always kind of put into arose this one. There was no balance in the night with this movie. I mean this is. This is something where again you get a studio film with making the formula bio pic. Because that's what he was doing when he was in a lot of four hundred bio pics get on up forty to the the the supreme court Wasn't thurgood marshall marshall. Yeah you know. Those movies were fine but they were formulaic leg bio pic. Hollywood movies man in a way marshall this right here again. You know being. You're in an actors area these amid for stage actors. This is meant for acting right here. Yes and that's all he needed man bust out damn and also in. We're talking about these performances that we have here man and they are great. You know you're li performances a amazing but you wouldn't be able to have these great performances if they didn't have something to work against if he'd have somebody giving them something and so you you can't sit up here and talk about this move without giving credit to the amazing supporting cast that we have here. Especially the studio ban that they brought in Cutler slow drag in of course we already talked about glint Glenn term in thurman as a s toledo domingo's coleman sem on the far right. He plays Cutler michael potts is slow drag the midland thurman at the end right there man aid. They listened when they say that that old cliche of this no is no small roles in this right here. They are not at all. Everybody had really thick things to get into and were a part of the overall right without one of them being on point and just adding what they added. The movie would drag down a bit. You know everybody hopes to the task. I believe this was an active active movie. Yes sorry. I'll put the name wrong because my last name is because my last name is coleman. I'm used to put an end to end. Its colman domingo. Domingo coleman back. Look i'm used to putting coleman at the end of a lot of things every time i signed something so yes yes the guys from fear. The walking dead. He's great newsman. I've seen him in. Fear the walking dead sea doing his thing but again i would say that i haven't seen him play a role like this for also it's the power play. Man i mean everybody's gonna talk about the performances like we've we've gone on about that man but you know the the the power play these misstated here man. You know this. It leaves an impact the midst they happen in this room that just a metaphor for the effects that you you still see today on black communities you know how stealing raping black culture. It just tears. Tears people's hopes down. He has an impressive middle effect on his people. Man is you. Can you see how hopelessness turns into horrible tragedy and dump between these characters but as big a metaphor for things man. I thought that was pretty. Cool that you that you seem for over century man especially in black entertainment especially black music where they say you know we love black culture but long your black ass. Don't come with it. Yeah we'll we'll take it from here. They say it's all through this movie. You know the the way that the way they they talk about that directly and indirectly all the way to do it the way they act the way they tell their stories about things like you said. It's all a metaphor for what's going on right then in that room and what they're doing at that moment you know. I told you earlier now this movie you know. It reminds me always like training. Yes i thought the characters and how they play out the the whole the whole movie takes place in a in a day as well all character denzel in a taboo kashmir miami but a know it all know nothing type of What's the name even character. You know it was cool that parallel that i so anyway. Yeah no. I signed when you told me that. I saw a man the director here. And there's his name right here george c wolfe fees. He look he did a good job again. Giving a stage play some biggest scope. As i said this is a this is a period piece and i love period pieces man in with this. You see where they expanded outside of the stage now. Being that they made a movie they've been able to get a good look at the city only for a brief moment yet. That was the coupon they just like. Okay this is where we are. This is where everybody's yup give us give the place other than just being in one room. Exactly yeah yeah. That was just enough. But i kinda wanna see the play now man because what happens you know the thing is. I'm really impressed with what's happening. Here of viola davis because a lot of people going to be looking his up. Now and they're going to be the going to be asking you know is that is that'd be all dave is really saying it they wanna call me mother blues. That's already don't shoot moving cool. You remember the story. Read the people who had them the relatives stuff to be put on display instead of being buried. They put the dead body out there like they'd like they taxidermy. Shit that's what she'd been they'll sell it. That is her actually saying. I think they had somebody come in and give some extra vocals on top of that but that is from what i read. I could be wrong. I read that. She is providing the vocals. Right here. okay but okay. Yeah because sound like macy. Gray is something saying if i sound like the actual rainy is staying. Also a difference in doing her way. But we'll say that many want to see in person because as much of as much production and sculpted. They've added to this. Which i appreciate. I like you know. It still feels like something. They should also be viewed intimately man when you sit there and see. The forms is performed. Live right there in front of you having a lip sync and everything. That is something that. I i can't tell you what the experience like. I'm just saying that. Maybe if you saw this live. I don't know what the movie will do for you if you have something compared with you have this intimate experience with also if i can say i no. I'll i'll say this. 'cause i don't mean anything by it because i you know i've been prisoners movie very much man. I would just say that again. This is the kind of movie that hollywood likes people colored. You know mainly black people you know they they love these period pieces they. They love the struggle. They they love you know. Stand you know these movies where you know we get kicked down and we we gotta fight. Eric chromos scrap and we always got to play the version of what they were and again. Nothing against the film. Nothing against chadwick boseman who also praised very much. But you know they. Hey love when we talk like this no matter how charismatic we'd be waiting so there is that i see so many movies where i'm just kind of like you know. This is what this is still the image that they kind of us. Because as i said this oscars so you know a period peaceful black people safe piece for them and it's funny because when you say hey john my like oh man you know. I'm not trying to know. Black struggled. Steve. i'm gonna. I'm gonna watch it. And i started watching it in the open you know. There's there's a scene where these brothers running and dogs barking like you know i. It was something to to that. And i was able like okay. Okay and then. I was able to go through it and like i said it didn't hit as hard as i was going to hit. Somebody chess. it is that moment. Does it had that moment where they had a negro hundred background with. Something's going wrong you Let me tell you something. I'm glad you. I'm glad that person who said diver to sixteen. I'm glad you said that. Man martin and i were asked to be in his dudes filled. I if you call it documentaries the day with a guy talking about talking about the quick aside people just bear with me it guy talking about food and it was it was. He was talking about food. And what people defects a food old people what they like and and you know maybe the food that we eat in every body. They played their part and talked. And at most you got maybe some piano music. Didn't in transition to something martin. I got up there and they played this gospel. Shit that did not even fit the tone of what we were saying made. It seem like we were actually slaves. Man i said man. You know the thing is. I used to eat real sugary cereals. Man back when. I was a kid i used to eat a whole lot of franken berry count chocula any kind of scary buried that you had all that man you know what i'm talking like steel today. Eight that crazy. And then they they transitioned out your Ooh what looked at this. And i said why are you putting his slave struggle music on a modern young man. Talking about franken berry. You did ship because you thought that that was the emotional thing that you do. When you put black people screaming and faz. I was mad. I was smiling. Happy days like act like i. Just got my as Mother i told him to us. Man i can't tell you. How do your movie. but it's kind of offensive. Cut me out yeah. Happy eating franken. You've just got to come off the plantation. You get this shit off of here man. Fuck so yeah. I know that i know that. Black person Black negro hamad Another woman pain. oh i know. I know that they didn't have that in here did they did not no not at all. Everything was very empowering. I believe you know when. I'm putting most part. You know. definitely the undertones of the time. Of course but like i said before me nothing was in your face like that. There was no nothing like that. Yeah yeah no. There was nothing like that. I'm just saying that this is one of those movies. I'd still wanting to see a lot more movies where we don't have to be in a period piece always getting colleague in to get ripped off man. You know this come on you. You didn't get you get your stuff together. Now yourself up now but and i'm tired of that shit man and that's something that we did. Look i ain't gonna live say that not bother me a little bit you know. I just got to watch three movies and it could have been any kind of person playing them but you know we never get a chance to play those roles a lot when we do as a special occasion. Because i'm like oh my god. I'm not playing a struggle character. So isn't it between anthony dropping a bomb between each other. And i don't need to go hard like that time talking. And you're say once he felt the need to drop drop drop. I'm like yeah but you know it's not like i said that. Is you know me very sensitive to that. But i i still like the movie. I think the movie. I think the movie. If you want to look at it from just a performance angled the new your info somethin- amazing just watching these people do they do. It is a total physical. Transformation of bill davis and is also a almost a i would say trans transformation but it's almost like a transition for chadwick. Boseman man as great as is yeah. This is again you start out with great material anyway. So this is this is definitely a full price for me. Man i really I really enjoyed this. Yeah i'm i'm i'm right there with you. I'll give it a high full price very you know i just you know. It's a digestible wax hour and a half. You know what i mean is. It's very entertaining. Keeps going keeps going. Yeah yeah no. It's it's good man right now. Is in theaters imagined for oscar reasons. But it'll be out in a couple of weeks on netflix. In december december eighteenth is. It'll be out so you can. You can catch it then so spoil it but there's something that happens in there you will not see coming. Oh my god. I was like wait a minute but that should escalate a quick. You will not be coming. I see it coming. Because i say this. I must say this to put the movie. La just stupid. I knew what was coming from a new words. But i got it. I knew where it's coming. It goes back to something. I said earlier about the movie where you know just what it does to somebody. That's mental state. Know and i got it to man but definite our had to go that far men but yeah there you go full price people full price definitely check it out to get a chance if you i mean even if you don't like struggle movies are you don't. You're not interested in the culture or whatever from a stage actress performance. It's amazing you should watch them. I hate suga movies not talking. This is very very well for whatever that's worth what does probably not much exactly. I like justice league so it's all right Somebody say yes. Good review black boys. 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#WhoWouldWin: Venom vs. Hellboy

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#WhoWouldWin: Venom vs. Hellboy

"Another day another secret task for the B R P D damage downtown by an alien creature. No problem. Hell boy sneers I can handle this one by myself upon reaching its destination the air is silent. But pungent a figure darts quickly. Amongst the shadows. Raising his pistol good Samaritan hell boy calls to the darkness lurching out from the shadows. Venom licks his lips before. Leaping forward into battle. It's brother red versus the black suit. It's the world destroyer versus the spiders black spirit. It's hell versus Benham today on. Who would? And welcome to another episode of who would win I show that completely ignores anything important happening in the world. And instead focuses on a fictional battle between two characters from the worlds of comic scifi and fantasy. I'm your host James Gaz e and as always I'm joined by my co host race to Kanus Ray. What is going on with you today? I am having the best day of my entire life today. James KFC, you found like a dollar on the street or what's going on a fiver. Nice fiber, fiber, fiber. We call it in this country. Right. What are you gonna do all that money? I don't know how many different places I'm going to spend you I say don't spend it all in one place. Sure, I refuse to what you know. You you gotta put a little bit away for retirement. I buy buy some stocks real estate enough. Okay. That's okay. Yeah. No, one thinks has good news. And joining us as a moderator for the first time ever is a very interesting character by the name of Tommy Bechtold. Tommy, thanks for coming on the who would wind show before we get started. I have to tell you them a big fan of your work. We talked about, you know, many of your appearances. But there was one on Jimmy Kimmel that you did that we discussed can you can you give our audience a little bit of insight into that appearance. Oh, yes. I have been very fortunate to portray the character of Princess laya on Jimmy Kimmel now three times, which is only two less than Carrie Fisher only. Well, let me ask you a question. Tell everyone you're like how tall you are six one. And I'm a I would say north of three hundred and thirty pounds. So so you the exact same build as Princess Leia. Perfect. Yeah. Carrie Fisher in the studio for a moment. I was like what get I bring. Well, really how did she come back? How did she come back or good gin war beautiful than ever, by the way? If you believe now, let me just unfortunately got to kind of go to a negative spot for second. I saw the Jimmy Kimmel spot thought it was fantastic. Why are you not dressed up like Princess Leia right now? Oh, you know, I heard there was going to be a child here. And I just thought why expose him to that at such a young age. Raymond Ray can take it. And then I realize I could I'd be too excited. I'd have to cancel the battle outright. Okay. If we ever have you on the show again, which I think we will definitely want to you. I'm going to need you to come as Princess Leia. Don't ask why I can do that. You know, James one good thing about the podcast medium. We could just say he's in the Princess Leia costume. And no one would know it's a fair point. You're such a liar. How would you how do you deceive who would win audience? Why would you even think of? Yeah. That's actually a great idea. We're gonna do that next time. Okay. Fantastic before we get started. We want to give a quick shout out to one of our amazing sponsors, the world's best group. Writing software final draft and draft is better than ever with version eleven that has a ton of new features tailored for comic book writers. And that's on top of the fact that final draft has comic book script templates from all of the major Kamba company. So do yourself a favor go to final draft dot com to download a free trial version of trout creek file a free trial version. Let's try that one version eleven and see for yourself. How great found draft script writing software really is. So with that said it's about that time Ray, please do us the honors and announce today's match up. Representing the dark, horse comics universe. The being so powerful that when he steps foot in a casino. Your better bet it all on red hell boy, and representing the marvel universe the symbiosis so clingy. He ought to be sponsored by Saran wrap. Venom. Well done right now before we go any further. Let's go over the official rules of a who went match. Now. First of all each debater will be able to make three points and the who'd went match is a random encounter in a neutral location with neither combatant necessarily knowing anything about their opponent or having any time for pair for it. The exact version the character has to be specifically stated so what the hell Boyer. Debating today. I will be debating the comic book version of help guide tastic. I will also be debating the comic version of venom for marvel. Six one six not the Tova for grace version of venom. I don't wanna make this too easy. No, actually, the conduct version just you know, it's going to history a little bit. Now. The winner of the who had went debate is never the judge or moderator. Decides has the best ability to incapacitate their opponents degree where they can safely walk away with no further threat being present. This includes completely destroying their opponent, removing them from the field of battle restrain them or knocking them out though, who would win battles are not necessarily death matches any questions on that on that that that that checks out for me fantastic. The moderator can disallow or veto appoint maybe one of the debaters if they feel it goes outside of the scope of the battle whereas relevant to the fight. And finally each debater must use examples of powers abilities or weapons that are part of the specific characters continuity, or at least was with that character. Good deal of time one off examples of powers or abilities. Overuse, only once and the characters history will not be allowed. And now, let's get to the tale of the tape or both of our combatants. And today's tape is brought to you by who would win t shirts except no invitation find the official who to ensure on Amazon type in hashtag who would. Win Ray, please. Give us the details on hell boy hell, boy is a half human half. Demon superhero created by Mike MC Nola hell, boy, first appeared ever in the Italian publication dime press number four before coming to America for San Diego comic con comics in August of nineteen Ninety-three hell boy was originally summoned to earth by World War Two Nazis who were looking to bring the colts into the Third Reich. Unfortunately for them, the Nazis goofed up and hell boy spawned over in England where he was quickly adopted by the allied forces. Hell boy's real name is an aroma probably pronouncing that perfectly and that means and upon his brow is set a crown of flame and his body has a head to red hue and is attached to his arm insanely powerful right hand of doom in the current day. He works for the agency known as the bureau for paranormal research and defense or be our PD fighting a wild Kadre of demons, monsters and aliens bellboy boy is super naturally, strong durable and do. To be our PD. Support carries an assortment of magic trinkets weapons and explosives worth noting in two thousand eleven hell boy was ranked twenty fifth in the top one hundred comic book heroes of all time. By fun fact, hell boy was always a touch and go with mortal society until one event changed his life forever that events pancakes. Yes. In nineteen forty seven hell boy was a small child who wanted noodles for breakfast and pitched a fit when he was told he'd be given pancakes instead the results after one bite hell boy was forever sold by the delicious breakfast, treat, well, demons in hell, wailed, and anger. And it was decided at that very moment. This young half demon would never go home to hell ever again. And that is hell boy. Are you describing hill boys experience, the pancakes or your first time with pancakes? Right. Let's just say identify very closely with this character. Yes. Well done in here. The details for venom. Now venom first appeared in the amazing Spiderman number two hundred and fifty two back in may of nineteen eighty four and it was created by Todd McFarlane in David mich- miscellany now venomous essentially alien Simione with an amorphous liquid like form who survived by bonding with a host usually human. This dual life-form receives enhanced powers and usually refers to itself as venom too many. The venom symbols I human hosts was Spiderman who eventually discovered tune of various nature and separate himself from the creature. The simple went on to merge letter hosts most notably Eddie Brock a second and most infamous host with whom I became venom. And once by main arch enemies, they'll requires a living host survive. The venom symbiosis has been shown to be a debt fending for itself. Independent of a host the stimulus capable of shape shifting including the ability to form spikes or expanded size as well. As mimic the appearance of other humanoids after it has obtained a host Benham. Can additionally is shape shifting abilities concealed by alternates? Coloration or by becoming completely invisible because his contact with Spiderman the semi grants all of its subsequent hose. That heroes powers and cannot be detected by spider sense and retaining its memory. From the time. It was Spiderman venom is also capable of producing webbing similar to spider man's own variety created from itself now, the venom semi will greatly enhances a physical strength of those bonds with its host experience of vascular exercise and musculature the similar displays non-human teeth, which are very sharp and commonly choose a long tongue from its mouth. Venom is depicted as being physically much bigger than Spiderman as well as having much more brute strength, and here's an interesting fact about venom, did you know that deadpool wore wore venom, I that's right. Deadpool was the first person to bond with the venom Simione before Spiderman dead for years. We believe Spiderman was the original host. But the conches you deadpool secret secret wars number three reveals that Marvel's original Simione originally bonded with deadpool. And now, you have the facts on both opponents Tommy do you have any questions before we get started? You know? I'm just so excited. Let's just dive right in. Okay. Great. I'm glad you're excited. I cited I'll be excited for both of us Santana. Was the original venom. Oh my God. Yeah. I suppose a lot right? That's exciting. That's actually pretty you guys. Who haven't known Tommy Bechtold as long as I have this is hype as I've ever heard him. Yeah. I love it. I'll give us your first point. My first point is simply called powers verses weaknesses. Hell boy is a half demon half, human monster. He is a monster who fights other monsters that is his whole deal. And when you talk about powers, you got to start starting end with the right hand of doom. He had cut off by the demon Zale. I believe his name is it's his father, and he cut off his right hand and replaced it with this artifact whose entire job is to be nine destructible, very very powerful and eventually bring forth, the apocalypse, the we're talking in apocalypse level character of Hello right here. Venom is a guy who hangs out with friends drinking beer on a Saturday night. You know, he's he's real clingy. He's like that guy that won't leave your house at the end of the party that's been them. Hell. Boy is the guy trying really really hard to not destroy the planet by accident. So let's start with power levels syrup, and let's talk about weaknesses a little bit here because venoms got two very very strong weaknesses and one lesser weakness. And all of this will come into play later. Tommy that's called foreshadowing, it's good in the podcast industry. Venom is weak to fire. He's he's afraid of flame. He's scared. He's scared of a little burn me scarecrow kind of deal. So he's basically on power level with the scarecrow from wizard of Oz. Oh, by the way. Hell boy, literally his name translates to you know, he who's the crown of flame shell sit. I'm paraphrasing. But that's the idea. This is a fire based character. We're talking about facing a guy who's afraid of fire York's James galaxy. You might be in trouble here. The second thing is loud noises. He's afraid of loud noises. Now, if there's one thing you remember from the hell boy movies. It happens all the time in the comic books as well. But I'll pull from what you are familiar with those battles are not quite. Right. He does not beat people in chess matches by pressing the clock back and forth. With no words spoken either way. There are things dropping from the ceiling. There are there. Are there are explosions happening everywhere? There are loud noises happening, and that is going to scare venom away from this battle. I almost the more importantly, let's talk about the weaknesses of hell boy. There are none. He has no weaknesses. He is nine vulnerable. He has taken beatings from giants. He's constantly fighting people three four times his own size easily. And there is not one single thing. You can point to to say like, well, that's the way you beat hell boy, you can't do it. So we've got one character whose fire based with no weaknesses and a second character who's afraid of fire and has plenty of weaknesses. Yikes. I'll say again that is my point number one time before we kind of you know, provide my rebuttal. We think's going on with Ray right now. What do you think? I mean, he's he's looking it. Looks like you're getting scared. Rain, I have been friends for a long time. So I'm not unfamiliar with this level of passion. Now, I guess just given that it's so close to eastern all of these health medics are just a little bit. They're just feels a little bit inappropriate right now. I mean, you can blame Hollywood for that. That's true. The the godless heathens of Los Angeles. Thank you the city of angels. I may add. I my I'm just excited and a little nervous little nervous. Yeah. Okay. A little nervous because you want them to win. But he might not. That's not untrue. Tommy, do you need a hug? I it's here. If you need it. I you know, what I'll take fantastic we'll talk after the show at great. Yeah. Don't look a piece for any. Is getting awkward right now. Here's the deal get candle who doesn't like intensive let me let me about the point now number one in terms of venoms weaknesses. Here's a deal. It has to be when it comes to sound a concentrated sonic blast that affects them. It is not a, hey, I clap my hands loud together repeatedly. And venom like hides in the corner in the fetal position is not that whatsoever. It's gotta be a concentrated signing class. Typically at someone who shoots Asana glasses of power or some like, you know, technological kind of thing happening where it's focused sand being shot. Except for the example in Spiderman three we'll go the movie for just a sec here. Again, we'll use reference level. The Tommy might be familiar with when Spiderman sets up a series of polls in the ground and then clangs them into each other in venom freaks out. Sure. But we're also talking about a venom from the six one six marvel universe. Not then from that unfortunate film. It's just an image. It's hard to get out of your mind. You know, I I have to agree with. James here. That was sorry to hear that the the the rule was that we would go with the specific versions, and I I don't want you to use personal relationship as as a bargaining chip here. Tommy, if I've learned anything about this show any person who's been a moderator that I have a personal relationship with typically works against me. Right. Okay. Tommy. I mean, Princess Princess, I really appreciate where we're going with this. Thank you. Sure. It's my pleasure. Say you have an honest smile mistake. Number one. All right now, let me also casing way to longingly at each other this. Sorry. There's a mood music connection. Would you like to get the point number one? James, sure. But also with fire is well anything else. Okay. Fire. Same point. It's gotta be concentrated. It's gotta be like a very high level flame, the flame of the passionate. Tommy Neier feeling towards each other right now, it's gotta be smell. You can smell it. Fantastic. I let me get to my point number one. I'm just gonna call this crazy powers. All right now. The venom we know and love was originally bonded to Spiderman and as a result. Then I'm has almost all spider-man's powers down to being able to shoot webs that simply come from instead of like web blasters or web shooters they can come from his arms any parts of his body. In fact, then everything Spiderman has in terms of powers, including a variation of his spider sense to warn them of dangerous, not the same thing. But it's a it's a similar kind of fact now venomous super strength and can safely lived anywhere. From fifty to seventy five tons hell, though. I think is in the one ton range maybe two ton range. So right away. Strength is just. Simply classism now, then I'm also has super you super speed and reflexes at least on par with those Spiderman venom has super superhuman, durability stamina, conservative, underwater and other harsh environments. It has a wolverine level healing factor and shares a telepathic link with whomever, it's curling bonded with it. Communicate parts by different objects can change forms churn, visible and become camouflage into environment. It's so good at staying camouflaged that it actually then actually successfully snuck up on craven the hunter someone that Ray unsuccessfully defended in our craven versus night wing battle previously so spot. Yeah. Great. You can also send part of this is the awkward part about venom, it can send part of its body into the inside he places of other opponents, and then just caused the inside he plays that medical. It is could you put it in layman's terms for me? Please sure. You know, what happens inside your body? I've never seen it. But that part that goes, it can shoot something in their aunt man being able to go into like iron man's armor and same thing. Venom can shoot a part of itself. We're trying to keep this a family rated show. Yeah. At this point at all. Why are you smiling? But what's going to help them the most in? This battle is his ability to shape his appendages into sharp objects where he easily impales and stabs opponents with great efficiency. Why is this important because hell boy, actually has a weakness. He gets impaled and stabbed a lot. In fact, hell boy has died. I think at least twice in comic books through being impaled like he fell and got impaled on stuff or something got stabbed through him. And that's something that venom does very very well with super strength and super speed and Spiderman like agility and reflexes so all in all say is venoms power set is just too buried and super-powerful for Hello to take on. That's my point number one. Well, those are thoughts emotions if only any of it meant a darn thing. Yes. Hell boy. Does get stabbed a lot. Hell boy gets impaled a lot. And you know, what he's really good at it. He's really good at taking those blows and still continuing to bash down on his fo- often. Times when something comes to impale him. He takes his invulnerable right hand of doom. Just punches the sort of the giant is it's coming down on his head and just shatters the weapon with extreme force. So I can imagine a world where venom attempts to impale our hero. Hell boy, our hero. Tommy, and he just reaches out with the right hand of doom it and cracks it and shatters than them into millions and millions of pieces also the level of stabbing. That required to kill hell though, to bring him down to send him straight back to hell, you have to be demonic high high high level character in order to actually accomplish that feat. He deals with monsters and creatures and aliens and demons just like venom on a day-to-day basis that don't happen. Then it only happens when he's dealing with demons from hell of the highest calibre. So let's not pretend like venom can get that kind of forced together and power. Honestly, that's all I had to say it was such a such a fantastic point. I love it. The way venom has been impaled, by the way, he fell onto like spikes on the that were close to the ground and kill him. Yes. Was it a demon who put him there? I think he tripped this. He probably trips chewing bubble gum, and you have to walk at the same time. This is an excellent point James. No, no. He actually he was thrown off. I believe it was Howard being that threw him off. Which is not the hardest thing to do if you have superpowers at something Benham could do. But you gotta remember venom also can impale things at super with super strength and super speed. So I like it as actually a good rebuttal from once him if you're point number two, please my point number two. We're just gonna talk about the equipment because venom is sponsored by the PR PD bureau paranormal research and defense. Yes, that's a big blunder rail. Gosh, what do we do this battle here? Can you can you take a point off for misrepresentation? He one Tom point two way one time he point Asami points. But that's like, John wicks coins. Those are that's amazing. Gosh. I don't want to lose g where I'm from cash is king. But let's talk about hell boy, we'll talk about his power in his equipment. So first off hell, boy, he discovers throughout the comic book series that he is of noble and Royal blood. It turns out that he is the last descendant of King Arthur of our theory and legend, ladies and gentlemen, which means he's taken to the spot where the sword in the stone x caliber is. And he pulls it out and wields it in battle. So x caliber the greatest sword. Perhaps in the history of swords is in hell, boys disposal. And this is the thing. He definitely might have with him at that time. So we're gonna talk about stabbing. You can have your little tendrils, and you can have your little the Lee press on nails to that. Venom just as throwing elbow. I have the greatest sort of all time at my disposal. Also, we talk about the fire, and we talk about a massive explosions, and that's of incendiary devices one of the pieces of equipment, and there are many he held boy, it's constantly walking around with ancient artifacts. Totems and charms and all this other stuff that he just whatever he needs in the moment tends to be just what he was given like a JAMES BOND movie. He has something called the Volkan forty and the Volkan fifty grenades now. The Vulcan forty grenade is a very very powerful explosive device that was quote unquote, stops a pile of elephants. That's probably big enough to defeat. Venom probably enough to to to cause his little fire imagination to go crazy and run out the house screaming put that's not where I'm going to stop the bulk and fifty is the one he's given for even bigger and more diabolical means that takes the top of a mountain, quote, unquote, the literal top it could take the top off of mount Vesuvius. It can definitely hurt. Venom. It can definitely shatter his spirit. And remember if we if we kill Eddie Brock if we kill any Brock, basically, the TMZ reporter of his universe. I imagine that this battles over. I would have to think that if you can separate the two together, which is what the fire will do what the loud noises will do if you can separate Eddie Brock from venom. Because. This is the version of the character that you are defending if we can then take out Eddie Brock after doing. So a regular human being who works at a rag publication doing doing nonsense stories the battles over then as Eddie Brock. No longer exists. That is the character. You are you are you will give you a chance. I just want to actually agree for our listeners. I actually want to say that venom is really universally thought of Eddie Brock and the Symbicort, and I wanna go with raise point actually, the support him that if Eddie Brock were to die, then I'm stimul- can still continue. But not as the character. We're talking about. So the character venom is venom the Samuel. Plus Eddie, Brock. I'm going to say I agree with that. If you kill any Brock you win the who would win match. I would think so right. Go ahead. I'm trying to the final thought here is just he can take the Vulcan forty. We'd probably start with that. You don't start with your biggest attack right away, unless you're James arguing battle point. You would then up it to the book and fifty if that's not good enough. If again, if it can take the top off mountain it can separate with the sounds and with the fury and with the explosions that should be enough with venoms two major weaknesses to separate the two and give a nice right hand of doom or an Excalibur blade to the face of Eddie, Brock ending the battle outright. That is my point number two timing can use your Princess Leia like finesse and knowledge in masterplan to address this point. What are your thoughts? You seem to be processing a lot right now. Well, you know, I. My my brain started to travel to like, yes. Like, we're arguing venom versus hell, boys. So technically you have to kill the symbiosis. But I now that we've made it any Brock if any Brock dies the hell boy, it's the win. Or if any Brock is defeated. I guess right now, I just. So confused, and I I'm trying to remember all of my different comic book facts. I'm really just an emotional wreck rain. Okay. Not in a good place. Let me look in my eyes right now got we're good. I got I got you a trust John Princess. We're good. All right. Check this out on let me rebut that. Now number one after I it was a perfect point. Why why ruin it really? So I agree with you that he had access to the sword Excalibur and by the who are you descended from in terms of royalty rate. I'm actually descended from it's one of the great composers from Germany a Schumann. You actually have a striking. Maybe not all you actually have a striking resemblance to king a very well known king who has similar facial features and he's Elvis Presley Burger King. Yeah. Yeah. He's very famous and doing very well for himself. I want some of that nugget money. Yes. Chicken fried chicken price. I'll let me ask you question. How often does help boy have Excalibur on him. He had it for a period of time in that one story arc, but he wielded it more than once. So therefore as the rules of who would win it's on the table, wait. So you're saying rarely does he walk around with Excalibur, but he has Excalibur in a chance random encounter. Absolutely, tommy. I'm gonna let you saw prince. I'm gonna let you figure that one out. Let me just go ahead to my point number two, which I call better wins. Okay. Now when researching hell boy, you see pretty quickly that he's evaded some pretty powerful opponents and Yasser respect that. But when you look at who venom has taken on and either beaten or gotten the better of in a fight. This is where you can see then we'll just be too much for hill boy once more so we all know that venom has taken on and defeated Spiderman on numerous occasions. In fact, Spiderman considers venom to be one of the top. If not the top appoint he's had to face in a fight. However, there are some other punts have been them took on either beat or did very well against now. Venom took on and beat ghost rider and other supernatural being, you know, getting his powers from Helen, what have you, and he took on Biko's Ryder in a way that would actually count as a win in official who would win battle. So after to start fighting venom grab ghostwriters chain and wrapped around his neck and this brought Veneman close where it goes right to try to use his penance stare us. Guilty kind of like, you know, break them down. But once he used it the penance stare at caused an explosion that didn't. I was really weird. And then the feedback hurt goes rider knocked venom back and hurt him as well. But goes rider was knocked out envenom got up stunned, but it was actually able to walk away. You know, it was incapacity to get a win win. Why he took on the sand, man. That's Persian control sans buys made of sand. And he did it in a way. Whereas he's fighting them. He bit him on. Now. How that works. I'm not sure because he's sand. But then when he bites him actually can put. Put a venomous bite like a poisonous bite into his opponent. That's the thing of the due for a very long time Sammons like what the heck he started falling apart and he had to retreat again, that's a win in who would win match. Venom fought the juggernaut while on a rooftop, then I'm in Jugnauth fighting and venom hit juggernaut so hard in the back of the head sit and flying through all the floors of the building and through the street into the subterranean level, whether the sewer what have you? But here's the best one of all did you know that venom took on and got the better of superman. Oh, yeah. Totally true in the history in the mid nineties after that, really, huge marvel and DC comics event the crossover event where they were all fighting each other. And then they had, you know, the combinations the characters there was a comic book line that stemmed from that called axis and access with his character who could go back and forth marvel and DC so one of his adventures somehow, he's interacting with venom them's doing Venice, really evil superman comes in and nails. And I'm really really hard. Venom gets up gets ticked off and starts just attack. Cking superman beating him up hurting him Superman's. Like what the hell's happening has no idea? What's happening? Now. Of course, you've been, you know, had to take off and take care of something else. But then was actually hurting hitting tossing launching webbing superman. Wow. Okay. So ask yourself this. How would help do against the San man Spiderman goes, right? The juggernaut and even superman and the answer is not well, and that's my point number two. I mean, fascinating nonsense you're bringing to the table James. And I appreciate that. How do you poison sand? No. This is the most outrageous writing I've ever heard in my entire life. This is this is ridiculous. I know like like hell boy having scalper with them like all the bathroom. You'll let me just put Excalibur over here. Hey, I'm going to see Ray the Burger King. Let me put Excalibur over here. You know, what I mean like, no really secret service agents. You gotta be careful you don't accidentally leave Excalibur in the restroom of the airport. And then go about the rest of your day forgetting Excalibur, right? So you want wanna make sure you have it with you. Sometimes. I don't have a ton. You keep talking as if these these punctures are going to work. I mean, it's if these punctures could be enough to put hell boy down, I mean, hell boy in one of the examples of him getting killed or defeated. Hell boy got stabbed through the chest. And sent back down to hell where the denizens of hell said, you gotta choice. You can stay down here with us. We're having a party. It's a good time or you can go back to earth and continue your flight. And he goes, I'm gonna think about it. I've thought about it. I'm going back to earth, and he was reanimated right there on the spot right away with no ill-effects whatsoever. So even if then could pull off some of these attacks, and they seem impressive. If they're true superman, really James. It's thing check it out. Really jason. There's a deal. That's a story. I'll never read you can read what I would say is even if he was able to kill hell boy Hobo just comes right back to the battle sent back from hell. This is not even going to be a problem. I would even imagine he tries to insert his venom fangs into hell boys flesh. And he gets that demon. I corps that will come surging back forth. And he might he might say that tastes terrible. I. Need to go, home and brush my teeth, my many jagged and monstrous teeth. So I don't necessarily think that those are great points by James. All right. Tommy. Oh, okay. Yeah. We're at point number two. This is what we call the turning point where we're at the end of point number two. So the turning point is where you know, you've heard two points from from Ray for two two points for me. This is where you tell the audience Oliver listeners who's a head in this battle. And what does the other side have to do to pull out the win? Well, first of all let me say, I am a child of divorce. So this is increasingly making me incredibly uncomfortable. The idea of having to choose aside on this is growing more and more painful by the moments. I want to let you know. I haven't intendo. So if it helps I have I have free, hugs. Dad has an intendo. Liked it on the dead in this scenario. Thank you, think tummy here. You're both my dad's. Yeah. I this is just like that time in prison. Remember, I Joe how could I forget I just wanna make everyone happy here. But yet I'm finding some major flaws in these arguments, and I will get to that. When I render my final verdict. But right now, I mean, I'm listening, and I'm thinking like this is tough for me. Because venom is such an important part of my childhood. I love venom venom is you know, I feel like every kid hits a certain age where venom becomes their favorite anti hero. He kind of made anti heroes cool before breaking bad. Walter white. You know, kind of reestablished the anti hero, man. What if venom took over Walter white on my gosh, that would be honest man on the streets that are making a breaking bad movie? I assume that's what the movie is. I think that would be the best crystal meth you could ever. That's right. He would inject poison into the meth, and it would just be he could call it. Venom. Would it still be blamed though because he likes to color black? So maybe. Yeah. Just on spitballing here. But that seems exciting. Writes it self a Carolina Panthers black and blue combo, those are very popular London colors. Yeah. And then you know, what I'm learning a lot about how boy now, and there's an element of history to it with the King, Arthur lineage, I guess, I'm just having a I'm having a great time. But I'm also very stressed out. So do I have to tell you who's the head. Right. That's that's that's why it's called the turing. Okay. So I I would say right now just based on actual points made I'm giving a slight advantage to help. Boy. But I believe in you that I believe you. Wow. Princess, you know, what I usually wouldn't disagree with your highness. But it's. While citing the pro I get it the Princess and the Burger King. I get royalty sticks together. Whatever maybe I'm just trying to motivate you owe like football coach who tells the running back that he's not good enough right before the big game because he knows he's got one hundred and fifty yards in them. Maybe that's what I'm doing get out there and run that ball. Okay. Okay. Go for what is your point number three point number three? I'm just going to call the demon within see I've been burying the lead a little bit about hell, boy, if you think he's a head right now. Oh, dear are we about to go to the moon and back hell boy is half demon? But he can he has a demon inside him. He has demonic powers when hell boy gets really fierce one hell, boy, it's really aggravated when hell boy gets really into it. He can ascend forth into an ascended demonic form that has a whole host of powers that he doesn't even have a normal day to day basis. First off he can he can communicate with the demonic spirits, which is absolutely. And this that it will be fierce. We can agree. Venom is a very very tough opponent who's gonna come with ridiculous number of ways attacks, which means ascended form almost assuredly going to happen in a battle this ridiculously powerful. First off the spirits. The spirits will tell him battle plans. The spirits will tell him weaknesses. The spirits will tell him how to win this battle because they have the whole host of knowledge of hell and knowledge of venom down inside there. So they will tell him about the weakness to fire and the loud noises, and he will seek out to those things to do in an example. There was a very powerful creature named elegance from the order of the fly. And it turned out. He derived all his power much like green lantern from fly inside of a ring that he wore at all times. And that's where he got all his power once hell boy was got his butt kicked by this character. He was just told that one thing like the ring just do. So when the guy came out of a second time hell boy reached out countered the attack with the right hand of doom punch right onto the ring shattered the ring, and all of a sudden that character was not a problem for hell boy anymore. This is gonna bring me to my biggest and most be a final point that I can do here. Here's the power. He has a power children's podcast Tommy back to I like that be Branca's one of his main powers and demonic ascended form is something. Hellfire manipulation hellfire manipulation is the ability to create and control fire. So once the spirits of told him venom is weak to fire, then is a freight of fire. Venom doesn't want to be a part of fire. Hell boy is not affected by fire in any possible way. So I perceive the way that hell boy wins. This fight is that he's going to get that information. Maybe after a little bit of sparring. He'll probably get stabbed a couple times in there. I mean, it's going to happen. He'll boy isn't always the most agile, but he will get off a couple of good shots with the right hand of doom along the way, he will ascend to the demonic form at which point he's going to turn the entire battlefield into ablaze into a towering inferno wherever we're fighting could be a building a forest anywhere. He's going to set the entire place on fire knowing that this is what will finally get venom off his back and battlefield removal is an absolute way that you can win this fight. So besides the fact that he could separate the Eddie Brock from the venom and take out the Brock. That's. Way number one. He could win way. Number two. He could win is by setting the entire arena on fire. Venom has to leave. He's afraid of fire. He will get freaked out by the fire. He will leave the battlefield completely thus creating victory for hell boy in his ascended demonic fire producing form, and that is my point number three. Check this out. I actually liked that point. And I'm going to not even rebuke any of it accepts cause because it was perfect. Well, it's because it feeds right into my point number three in Tommy unless you have something to say, do you have some some. Yeah, I just have one quick question. And forgive me, if this was explained what defines the battlefield in this argument is this a hypothetical like football field size battlefield or because you're saying you'll set the battlefield of Blake. It could be wherever they are. They say, it's like a street New York. Let's say it is a football field wherever that arena is where the battles take. Place. Okay. If something happens to let's say venom decides to leave because he can't take it. And he removes himself in the field of battle. That's a win for the for headway, basically goes off camera. It's up to the moderator to determine exactly what that is in your own imagination. But basically if he leaves the fight, and you know, if you left the fight or not, it's I'd never leave. You know, I've seen I square up. And I stand in there like a man, you tell them Princess. All right, anyway, that's my no further question. Okay. Let me go to my point number three to address point. No, you even want point number three. I feel like I've already won. You feel many things that I feel inside Jane mostly burning wrath. Probably see a doctor. That's a rash. Okay. So let me go to point. Number three bonding with venom now, all of the significant characters Benham has bonded with have had. You know, I'm talking about the super powered ones have different powers abilities. And when venom bonds with them, he gets all of their powers their capabilities, their strengths and then magnifies them. Okay. Now before I talk about that. Let's talk about who've been them has successfully bonded with and enhance their powers abilities and character overall, so deadpool sorry Benham has bonded with deadpool which happens supposedly before he wanted was Spiderman he's bonded with wolverine. When we'll they were both roaming around Canada. He's bonded with captain marvel when she was actually known as miss marvel the red hulk group from guardians of the galaxy and even the punisher, right? Wow. But the one person been involved with that will matter the most who wouldn't fight is. And I've already mentioned them, it's ghost rider. Okay. Now, how much you know about goes writer. I know that the nNcholas cage films both of them ghost rider spirit of vengeance. Well. Okay. So you know that there's this demon zero a highly powerful familiar with his back his fictional back. So you know, the best and only worth mentioning version of ghost rider. Good nNcholas cage version. Absolutely. I think I think the audience will host. Yeah. You know, what I think you should hire? As the king of burgers, you should hire. Nick cage to do all of your commercials. Like imagine how great that would be. I would know about Nick cage. He would say, yes. Walkers. We're going to steal the declaration of walkers. All right. So why is this important that goes rider and venom have bonded together? See envenom feels threatened. He'll actually let me kind of step back when ghost rider in venom, bonded. Then didn't wasn't affected. Anyone they fight? He wasn't affected by because writers hellfire at all. Like it's chain hellfire like he his his he's got hellfire coming off of his head. He projects it. It didn't bother venom. And I'm not sure if that's because it was magical supernatural nature as opposed to really intense. It doesn't I don't. I don't know why. But that is the same type of hellfire, at least that hell boy should have access to right. Didn't do anything venom. And then Secondly, then bonded with ghostwriter. So why is that important? Okay. Well, let's see they're facing off. And I agree that help always gonna go to his ascended form absolutely going to happen. What's been I'm going to do? Now. Then done this before when he was bonded with Eddie Brock and he saw threat. He's like they fought. And he's like the only making take care of the threat is if I leave Eddie Brock leave him fine. And I bond as to the other character take them over or work with them. See when then bonds with another character is that Silvio says also personalities, and it's a back and forth of hey, I wanna do this. No do this instead, and they come to a consensus is an interesting telepathic link. So what's going to happen? Then it's gonna see hell boy goes that ascendant form and venom is going to bond with hell boy. Okay. Right and go there Senator forms totally going to happen. And then what's going to happen at that point? He's gonna either convince them to go away to stop fighting, whatever. Or, you know. Hey, I need you to come back down. Or maybe he's to even like hell boy. More anti Bronco be fine, right by definition. That's cool. And then he's just going to say cool. Now, I'm hell venom or venom hell or something health and health. Venom exactly what the meth would be called the Helvin this. This is a selling. I love it. So you know, that's well happen. That's how he's going to stop the fight. If would go set of Senate form. So with benenson sane array of powers and abilities victories over opponents way stronger and tougher than anything. How boys faced and also Superman's got way stronger juggernaut waste on the hell boys and send it for him. And the fact that the venom similar will literally take over hell boy to make him stop the fighting just no way for venom to lose. And that's my point number three. I see that is a strange strange argument James galaxy and thankfully, one I'm fully prepared for because I had a strong feeling that that's the direction you would go. Because of course, it is. Because that's what venom does pets venoms old deal is taking over very powerful creatures. Let me just ask you questions right here. If he leaves venom leaves Eddie, Brock, the character, your defending, and then takes the form of hell boy and tries to symbiosis withheld. Boy does that not immediately win the battle for me. Venom mixed with Eddie Brock is no longer a character on this field of battle known. So the definition was Eddie Brock has to stay alive. So when this entire place is on fire. How is simple. Eddie, brock. Doc, the TMZ reporter going to survive in this arena. Sure and not run for he would he would run straight creating battlefield or muzo in previous examples. Venom is done to keep Eddie Brock safe because he has a special spot. Ready Brock that's his favorite persons ever bonded with. He'll actually put Eddie Brock away, the tendrils, whatever you wanna call that he can shoot out of his body literally can stay on Brock or he can move. Eddie Brock out of the field of battle. But if he moves Eddie Brock out of the field of battle, I win because he broke or defending them out of the way of danger because you just said I won he can keep part of his body surrounding Eddie Brock, which he's done or it can push them off didn't put them in a direction where a spot where he won't be affected by the attack, except if it's on fire, and he would run from that from not healthy because he didn't run from that goes, right or when he fires fire. I'm going to do my rebuttal James Gabsi and not give you more time to monologue fire is fired. Now a chain that's on fire being hit against a Benham. That's bizarre. That's that's weird writing that that wouldn't affect him. Anyway, but I'm not hitting him with an item. That's unfair. Fire. I'm hitting directly with fire, and I would have to believe that there has to be some nuance here that maybe the chain that self wasn't enough to hurt. Venom even though the fires should have. But a direct gout aflame that's going to -absolutely freak him out. And the last point about about this right here venom, we'll take over people. He's taken over lots of different people, not just superheroes. But regular people as well. And one thing that bow venom he needs to like the person that he is symbiosis with if that's a verb. He helpfully is such a cranky SOB hell boy is such an angry unpleasant person in real life. I have a feeling that if even in the context of a battle. If venom effort tried to bond with hell, boy, he would be so upset at the griping and complaining and all the crap that hell would be putting into his mind that he would absolutely intentionally on his own own Simione withheld boy because he just can't take it anymore. There's a great example of an I can't remember his name. And I wish I had written it down. Beforehand, but he simulated with a character who was so cranky and so miserable that he literally jumped off a building. And then you know that point talking about he unseparated from him and let him fall to his death. Because he's like, I just can't deal with you anymore. You are awful you were an awful human being. And so if he was to bond with hell, boy, it would not take very long. I would think I love Eddie Brock's in trouble. If that happens as soon as he separates Subedi, Brock in my mind. This battles already been one. Because I don't see any way Brock can remain safe on the field of battle. Despite the the wrapping up that you've spoken to before. I just feel like what hell boys doing is going to be enough to remove that. But if he bonds with hell, boy, I I think it's over in a victory for me. So why wouldn't hell boy, and I know jacket which one you're talking about I think it was like some sun of an organized crime mobster, something like that. Yeah. So why wouldn't he do that withheld? Boy, why wouldn't he do that with on withheld? Boy, be like, wow, you are annoying. Let's jump hop is castle side. Hey, there's some spikes below SIA one jump and go to hell boys will help is not somebody who likes being controlled. I think we. Can safely say that based on the character that we know he's cranky is all get out and doesn't even really like working for the Bihar PD. He just sort of does it because he thinks that he's supposed to because he hates Nazi so much. I think venom tried to do it. I think the will of hell boy would be enough to just push them off and not really allow for such a transformation to take place. Here's the thing. You're right. I think he you argument. Thank you very much. James see that's time. Tell me just say hell boy one. That's fine. Oh, did you have another point? Did you wanted to make Tommy what's going on with these days? What do you think, you know, better than I do? I mean, raise a troubled soul. Yeah. But that doesn't mean that he's wrong. Well, nasty. I I'm going to disrespect your opinion. We have an engineer here named Mike. Who is awesome insane? Mike. Did you wanna give you know? I wanted to choose the did you want to give European who's winning this battle? Wow. I mean, there is a lot that has been said to this point. And you know, I never been a fan of hell boy. Although I think the argument has been made clear that hell boy, he's his name is hell boy. And with that comes a lot of stuff. Nobody wants to talk about the fact that hell boys horny. But that said, I think I think currently Hobo is in the lead. Well, yeah, resting. So even though then has taken on superman go. Goes rider beaten goes right, or who's by the way, is maybe the most powerful person in the marvel character in the marvel universe. He's beaten him and then took on man. I don't even think ghost writers top ten most power. Now. You're just talking. No, I'm serious gaffes each fair enough. But he's he is he's in one of the considered one of the top. Not by me, sir. By me. He's not in the top ten of the Burger King. Thank you. What can I say not his is? The fact they got the better of superman took out juggernaut that you've just arguing with our engineering -rageous. That's how you made your points already. They'll point repeating them over his Tommy Tommy, let's go I actually do trust your judgment. And I'm looking forward your decision on this one. Who do you think has won this epic battle? Oh boy. This was the part. I was absolutely hoping we would skit where I had to conceit the show the here's the thing. This is a lot of speculation. Right. The whole point of this is speculation. So I have no choice, but to speculate myself, and I was going through all of your points, powers versus weakness Ray. Hey, you argued the character of how boy the way Vince. Mcmahon pushes a giant wrestler? I'm thinking of get Nathan Jones or something like that. Where it's like, he's just bigger than everyone. So you need to respect him. He's just big. He's a big old. Boy, don't ask a lot of questions pay. No attention to anything else can wrestle. We don't really know is Raymond stereo a better wrestler for sure, but this guy's big. He's a big old boy. So I got a lot of that blunt force big boy hell boy pitch from you. And I get it. And then James over here with venom there's a lot of I think you were catering to my, you know, desire. We all want to go back to that. Magic of being a teenager reading comic books, and I think that you went for them to stall J play. And I wasn't lost on me. We mentioned people like superman we mentioned people like ghost rider, obviously those invoke strong emotions from my youth. And I want you to know, I'm not so easily manipulated by either view. Okay. I had to think about some things here. I had to think about like motive, let's take a look at character breakdown. Here. Hell boy is intrinsically a good character. Like, he is you know, he he's, but he's impulsive, he's a teenager. If I'm not mistaken, right? Isn't mindset? He he's got the mind of a teenager. So he's going to be prone to more mistakes. He's going to be more impulsive about things. Venom is a stone. Cold murderer. He is completely fine in the comic book characters. We're talking about controversial. He is totally fine with killing indiscriminately. So I feel like that's going to trip up hell boy. Especially venom loses. Eddie Brock to try and merge with him. I feel like hell boys. Gonna have a tough time murdering Eddie Brock. Whereas both Eddie, Brock and venom are both kind of morally flawed. So I had to take that into consideration. And Finally, I feel like you made the point of of venom killing that mob, boss. And that was for me what was by final. Put me over the edge. Was it just comes down to the fact that I don't think hell boy would use the full extent of his powers because he would be worried about using hellfire on civilians. Whereas I think venom would stop at nothing to kill hell boy. So. Have no choice but to award the victory. Venom this believably. Correct. One of the biggest mistakes in the history of mankind. The Titanic sinking. On an iceberg pales in comparison to this ridiculous nonsense. Or is it hopeful? Maybe I'm just trying to say that the youth of America might be able to turn the ship around. Okay. I got to say I've heard some decisions for moderators before. But never never have. I seen a decision made by such a great moderator that caused such a funny reaction from from Ray. This is why we need video of this. And why all of our audience is one video because the reaction Ray had. It's like, you know, you're turning red redder, redder. You've got gotta read beard, you're redder. And you're more Burger King than ever like the way sitting right now, he goes hand on his hip his arms on the table. He's not he's not saying anything either. This has heard him the corley upset, my friend, a friend anymore. He's gonna be friends after that. You know, remember how you ask them for kidney before the show. That's not happening. And I need one so bad. I so unhealthy. I understand what Julius Caesar felt when he was stabbed in the ides of March. I thought you meant when he invented his delicious pizza. Yeah. That pizza is really. God bless the city of Detroit. We could still agree on that. Right. Go tigers. Go tigers. I will meekly say go Tigers. Okay. All right, guys. I gotta tell you. I was very worried. I thought Ray you're going to pull out the win too. Because my argument was vastly superior. And I thought our moderator could get passed his youth never cowboy I'm stuck as a teenager forever. So am I so am I, but I gotta tell you. You know, Ray comes at this are these arguments, really really passionate. He's got a lot of motion. And I'm more of the I've said it before a raise like he's the epitome of the pro wrestler like he's going to come at you big points. And I'm more of like the combat sports guy figure out the strategy like and take past examples. It's good mix. When I usually come out way ahead of as you can tell but I appreciate that Ray is still here until we find someone else. Truthfully. I've never been more motivated to make a time machine. So I can go back to young Tommy Bechtel replaces, venom, comics comics, because clearly that's the only way I would have won this battle. You know? I now I feel bad. Can we just? Call it a tie. No, absolutely, not when I say, I think they ran at each other really fast, and then they embrace there was a hug, and they hugged that. And then my parents didn't divorce. We'll just rate. This is what it's about. This is this isn't about who won. This is about Tani making a state. It's about it's about healing. It is what healing troubled soul. I certainly feel the same as when I started. And that's what we do fans of who would win. We nothing emotionally. We just provide entertainment. Good. All right. We'll Tommy fantastic job as a moderator, especially since you picked my side. And we'll never have you back for existing because because he chose my side because he chose my side is a portion of the show you'll be coming back. Whenever you like. All right. Yeah. Please go ahead and tell everyone where they can find you online or everyone. Find me at all social media platforms at Tommy Bechtold, H T, O L D. And yeah, I guess if you want to look for me, you can find me upcoming film, the laundromat starring so newcomers named Gary Oldman and Meryl Streep and I have to carry them. And that's about it. And then just look for me on the streets. And if you see me you better, not miss Tommy. What was that Twitter address? Again. Tommy Bechtold locked okay? Fantastic. And Ray, please total listeners where they can find you if they chose to look you up. Why you wouldn't I'm a delight? You can find me on Twitter at almighty Ray, that's one L because some people are dumb and need to be told that I don't want to name names. So I won't you could also hear my other show. Knowing is half the podcast. The Joe podcast experience. We talk about not just the classic eighties television program GI, Joe, we also do nostalgic cartoons of the eighties and nineties very recently. We just did an episode of pole position based on the nineteen eighty to a video game by Atari. You wouldn't think that you could make a cartoon the lasted thirteen episodes from pole position. You should be right. Should be podcast. You have been a guest podcast a great time. It's funny. I I asked I have not been getting well, you got you gotta you gotta cover. Rick moranis, his grave, Dale. Hi. Or whatever it was. That was the episode. Yes. Okay. And by the way, I'm deleting it from the feed. Lost it all raise so bitter. I don't wanna be here anymore. I do. But thanks to sell the show, by the way. 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At The End of The Day Ep. 33 w/ Seddyhendrinx

No Jumper

1:30:00 hr | 2 months ago

At The End of The Day Ep. 33 w/ Seddyhendrinx

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The thought i was lying. I thought he was lying. Actually riley actually got robbed. Damn seeing you rob. Somebody took her shit our car day. Still robbery you be robin food trucks. Shit maybe robbing a lot. The right man he was show. Have you really got damn. I got it. Yep anemia some strip cash doll fucked up right before. She's supposed to come on the show and he was getting care. Damn fuck though. That's messed up cast off that's happening. La we've plug up every day. Every bro everything going on all our clubs nigger david you know now is crazy. Because all the risk of what the white mugs beverly hills me getting hit for they left and right now you filming deyan o canada. They wouldn't care in about shit like that before now. Caring like on here on is trying to get rich and millions of shit. Their new is normal me. You senior riley. Everything is cool. Palm trees beverly hills or hollywood. And now it's just stick up the set of legitimate of negus killed all the rappers. Saying god robin everybody can have shit out here guy lee man so we talking so you just said like wrappers and a lot of rappers darn shit like that. You should get life. Insurance people should live insurance life. Insurance is a must but everybody in our community. Everybody wants initiate for life insurance. That shit is not that much. I don't know of your teacher told you mommy daddy. I don't know anyone pay the bill but is not that much Savior pans live. Your people live negative. Something happened to you got it. Okay johnson apparently they have life insurance policy. You know me. I'm to get you mother fuckers lying. Should i sign yesterday that she you. You never know to what you to twenty one day. Biggest candidate for heart disease. You need if you're not here bro. We need to make sure your strength. 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Fuck though i'll gotta having then they cover here for what about you probably guy out of fuck off by chip and a visionary man or for real. I'm become a big fan. I love kai-shek plan. No that's your favorite shit. You know saying college graduate. I mean my favorite graduation. I'm just trying to think Tarn twisted fantasy should not like that. And i like dark twisted fantasy but i think like the old game like not like in a bad way but like the old school game was bad. And i'm just saying you know he'd be should i be season to where he'd be like he wanted to old but the old game southern fuck you up. What do you mean. I'm giving him. He's damaged like the old game was i. I was like ooh shit. That was that shit. What it's auntie sante asante. Yeah i was. I said this will really like about donald ship so the giving other ever come john. I'm on number team. She kodak kodak non. So i'm talking about josh over here Doing it up. Let's talk about this then brazilian singer. 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Ch- that's it was fucking blessing was negative. Went to the club to Downer open out of date parties and shit name with the two them mother floppy ears. You feel me so that's your love. You said like for your club. I don't own a club. Do with the with the way you said it was a year you said open in the daytime. I'm talking about i l. a. Arshi okay. You gotta be specific. You own a clip. a you of like. We haven't even got invited to your club yet. He don't buy me no. i know. Nobody knew he'd be stealing. Still i think still watch watch backpack few now. I go tell off oh to get into. Why are we not invited to what you do on the weekends. You when you invite me somewhere. Ask you that though. He didn't ask you to do no shit on our free you might need. Somebody wrote mexican. Sou mexican thing your stories say. Put your story this weekend. Did that's my mexican homey here behind the bird dog dog. No but also we're real shit though. 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Both wearing looks more like mustard mustard yellow. that's a good one. They say if you guys had a name a new upcoming rapper he's region that you think will represent area. Who would it be for us blast. Yeah that's good for sure. Be like the run for la. I agree i'm ago at the clan. Man overlap said last heart. But i'm saying like let's say each one of them needed come from la only one last week holly new york Able so able really underground though. So let's say from your city other than like your like will you percent is like fucking jacksonville tough childhood. Okay okay okay. As a hard name to heart me got tired. I'm looking back after this. Hey shit oh. I'm definitely looking her. She's sour haw yellow mustard versus honey mustard. I'm gonna say honey mustard tuna julie the one trying to get ownership and the end the day or adam got joe deal audit at my bag. Ah we gotta get a coup eighty. Which g chef is as you are. Put on these rubbers. 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We gotta get your certain time so they'd be signing contracts so you don't even get some money but like the price should calling me a little baby second drake now. Oh he said his little baby. Lisa ask is little baby second to no and we'll be seconds you like like like it's number one. Somebody say you a lot of rappers like future. Fucking amigos baby win. And that's why your baby. The baby is went into saying little baby more than like the baby. I like both. I think i'll go see dr baby in concert before. I go see a little baby saying. But i listened to little baby before does Do know related to gabriel graces. As racist who is that for the comedian off love again fucking fluffy. He gabriella commute from language from long beach the year. You get fire yesterday. no he did. Not that's funny. What do we think about the quami brow. Beef shit is fucking hilarious to come. Everybody i do know but we're talking about gouami. We could go to now see now the no talk about to say oh. My god now expressed his love to two. I was mad at him. I was proud of you ever express your love about like food for food safe food for basketball. I never. I never handle who drinks good. Anybody who james the first one i wanted to use the nba. Marlin fucked up. You're seeing you soonthe dame kid in your neighborhood to now hold on doing the movies. And she's doing these nuclear jackson citizen. Everybody was on the kobe bryant wipes yeah like everybody was doing shit. I'm first off. Kobe got inducted into the hall of fame. Don't worry about. It should have been should have been today. That nigga call die eighty. I've seen him with his His wife said oh. Let's see what was crazy. His wife said basically the days that he was like super hurt. He was still go play. She asked him why he said because the fans that. Save all the money to see me one time here on. Let them down. I love you to fucking death. Negative that they're right. There's a whole different level dedication play only one mother fucking time. Remember play games to play sea lion. Tv show but it's different when you there different. It's different but just to that dedication just like no matter what people saved every. Come and see me one time. I'm gonna make sure that our play hurting all the shit that i've seen elbow somebody shooting all add to see and i can lead his mother front. I got to see what i can watch on. Tv go crazy. Little game was a little wanna cove. He's last games shit then the great kobe michael. Rpg crazy They say what's your favorite sandwich from subway. Mouth hamid would flat very definitely got a meltdown. Big with the old moore as double track budge there. He loves that way. We don't. That's what i used to when i had. Who say would you get real shit dude turkey and cheese. Let's mustard in may own an should attune with the pay. And then i get like the lead is fucking tomato honest. I said we guys. I and cheese for basic book of so deep on a restaurant jacksonville touchdown what i gotta go to pas. So let's just go to bars food. Never i've never gone but it wasn't like that's cool but i'm like this isn't a real so there wasn't the only debt file partisans real so food like real real real but akzo food bledsoe's or something atlanta note tomorrow here find a lot of that shinbone out in atlanta. We didn't even get enjoyed. Shit here likes so fool. Can you go bledsoe's for such as you don't even understand what you can't get no greens though you only macaroni brisket. Ribs soul food is when you can get some greens bombs and and the biscuit. If you can't get that breath in korea. So i like the hot warm you got over. You got to cook for you out here. Because they ain't got data one down one good florida. She was black. She made the breath carbon in cabot. Golly just fire ask cornbread. gas mojo went to atlanta. I just google. He plays negative. Go eat Everything was crazy on. Negative is three people in they. Brought me out nigga some shit and then i'm like damn fool fast-food don't even sell shrimp. And grits out here assertive hitting like amanda strip strip ingredient. Shrimping greece negative. You tell me what place. I don't know right off. The bat but also see. Shrimp and grids is crazy at a breakfast s. Half so much southbound rbis eight. that'd be a one time never again. What the that's disgusting. I never i've never. I'm also you got gotta strong. Stomach could really start off again. Got such an alcohol. We're the only mexican everybody which looking at everybody black. That's listen a food food. When i set him even the kirby mexican food but i love this is different. It's like black you went to atlanta was like of you. Why people nigga black. I walked in there were like. Oh yeah we know you now. From you. Sorta got. Everybody was just like and i was on year. We say the wrong thing we have to. We packed out who you came with sid. And and then mommy's was is blasted all over his face other homey all over his neck that was like. Oh yeah. the mexicans lead. A mexicans gives them higgins. Yeah i've been to florida in atlanta and it was just like my first my first taste of all blacks shit out here. You know what i'm saying. Los angeles is when i went to crenshaw high and i and i experienced all this shit on crenshaw and like the murder part like everything is black everything was black owned by when i when i checked into crenshaw mike damn nurse black holes black heart. Everybody was black. And i was like nah from me but i ain't from net negative town. What i'm saying. I went over there. I said like you know what. I'm saying on a wish. Nobody's gonna fuck with me and they didn't you know what i'm saying. That's like saying a brooklyn elliott is fucking connected but it's not connected like berg. They will go to east. La they'll be like stick out like a month ago and it only ten minutes away from each other. I'll consider myself malet cop and la county. Yeah but there's super super nice for mexicans. They're they're like. I wanted to gain. Drew down with gordon gardena bad as a mother fucker. You went to gardening fremont and chris. Yeah i went to fremont high crenshaw. I got kicked out of fremont kicked out in la crenshaw graduated because it was just bad for if anything la and lehto finding killing shooting. Don't go to class a few times and kick your ass nigga tripping host. Send you the court. I'll talk to you still did. We're she and her mother fucking set up for everybody. Rappers kid everybody both. They're gonna find some type of way for you to pay them. And if both the most hated people in the is your enemies and the him on the motherfucker that drive around in that book a little white car with funky fuck that motherfucker double give me tickets and the only i get the past. Lebron james a negoti you go to hill street and you got a ticket court. You'll be the day that is a set of for their album. Parking for a reason we have to get dressed up. We gotta pay though and ab chairman and jacksonville. No license no nothing. Like she like that young. He's better know how to slide poodle. Yeah yes he's going to jail. Highway own street both both ever see which has got open carried. Oh man that's yeah that should work. I should know. But i'm talking about 'cause you know how to work here right. No we don't have. We don't have no a carry license. You can't carry in. New york is worse than new york as far as prime ship. But that's right now. New tried to smoke one of his bro. And a nigga. Buzz back monday. I'm going down. i'm going to jail. Does as they say. Oh that's what you meant standard ground. Even the light we ended in floor. We run out the line you can bus. I could still get zero down the street. But i still get i get negative me okay and where somebody can literally run your house. Eerie filming somebody in a bank here. You're going down in the back. I should have any elliot's ellie the fuck instead of we all got nothing saying you have to let you can't shooting in the band you defend yourself. Uk housing and you up on them and he turned around and run. You shoot back. You're going to jail. You can get life for that even though he and your house vegan and a pistol. Whatever so that's why. I saw a break in our shit fucked up like that and you city wrote this the low bottom and if you flock here to go home invasions you get like thirty four. Close vote my hobbies. I'm thankful i didn't get thirty. Forty plus say about like that was like fourteen like getting two years for our for robbery. I'm like damn there would like get a couple of tv. Then he was like shit other home invasion. I did and i did. How did myself atanas more on like the like like actually like the bureaucracy. You know you're not. Everybody started downloading like the low bottoms is known for like the in the flocking. That's like the thing you like from. Broadway's ip do their thing is flocking. Flocking and fucking top shops. You imagine these tuning in the window. Come on come on. Do you know what. I try to hit when i was little among elementary school. Everybody to do that. Allows those books boombox nigger so. This is pointless songs boombox over there to do everything. No that's crazy and when use a little you know what. I'm saying if you ever think you being this position to where you like ma'am rapper. Star knew i was going to be some. I knew i was going to be. Some are no longer be some. I not going to be this granite for rhino anger. Saying mom i wanna be. I wanna be rap. I knew i was gonna be unless going to be making me some money. I wanna make that. When do you think he arrived career. You can blame me. And they got laid when mom looking back like when my mama. Timmy i made but my mom would come to me and be like sign. You really made it. That's when i'm know. I made new mama may not never tell you know saying they will keep going dan. Hey today she do that. That's what i feel the same way everything so long way to man. I'm proud of you man. You my homie man. Thank y'all saying shoulder. do your saying proud of that. Negritude man everybody donate nicholas blessings making through his pandemic gylfi teams. They've gotta take these masks off. You feel me time around everybody. Let's go live on. Be fun of the month. Never really cared about that mask and all of that. I should agree to disagree. Is atlanta knock you out there to i like that landau global a dorm negative was like ten thousand people in fucking no nothing. What are you underneath annual foot. So he got going to. Mike susie started became puerto. Rico so i had to get tested out the country. Yeah nigga how does she go to countryman travel before but not donald little. Kobe sheet so as she go goes is good. So how you gotta get covid tests before and you gotta showing your results and once you get bigger. I wanted to jamaica. You gotta get tested nine days before your departure when you get to the airport and they test you again and you had either stay on the corner. He's on hold on you in jamaica airport when you go to jamaica airport ban. What if you fail you. You're going to take back to the states. Show talking about when you leave in jamaica when you need you making turnaround to make. Oh puerto rico. Yeah i gotta go. You gotta go pay for the flight. Go back fought. If you knew you will see so ship candidate. You gotta stay no tougher two weeks before you come back dank. I went to canada and canada. Told me nigga you better not ever come back to this motherfucker down. Shang online story basically yo conviction yoshii whole life here. You better not ever come back to you can go. Oh that's what they candidate. Full speeding tickets on north korea. Story our district for a movie a really big movie. And i got the part and i got to listen. Listen listen. I got the part in this for this. Big comedic saddam. My big bro and food. Sign around my passport so my head. I'm like it's a big budget movie for this huge director expedite my candidate all the way to fuck out. My mom's life would have changed. Ease brower sad for today kelly. I was food that prance. When i got the phone. They're like we can't do pattern mexico any anywhere in the world. They would have been like movie american comedian. Starting my country come your west but they will stay right now for the free. We'll give you canada. Said nope we give a fuck. No you a sick fool to got. I was i was like i wanna go home. I went home and put the fucking to the blanket over my head. It was just on my phone like you ain't crime nine a sorta kreider. I changed my whole life shit. Chateau i'll tell you after who'll fool it was and i can tell you proven everything on give a fuck. Even was leonardo di caprio yard and they get less doesn't seem a cat winds now but yet i said fucking room. I was like shit boca. They were ready like you had to scrape the script. Go out this go ahead. I know you remember your lines shit. I'm trying to think about some. I try to forget about those big bro posting on this story. But it's not a big a for both but but you could about their and we loved you. We got your number. The director go more. Yeah so i still releasing understanding taught this but man when they were like so. Now you see you right now. it's all digital. Now there's go do know. Gimme motion sad if my pappy. Yeah you don't even understand. My boy lacerda got i got tested. I'm going over there tomorrow. So let me give you any more than ready. Confused told me never come back police station out there crazy you. He did not let me say never seen in. Some bushes is attempted robbery. Police station came about that. This doing here. He cried. Tough on the laws. Like ship crazy. You can't come up in here boyega just to be drug everybody'll get kick tori lanes to being convicted that many gucci to that's drake dove andrey got connections nigga drake because cena graders nigga brought jp in la and then be at home in two hours with the first then they get this. You ever seen that drug be in the studio and later he just so in office legs like on jet do jason. He got the rab gang. I look everything about that sometimes. Like broken never be out just to he could but we're like security for mean. I'm not saying he's scared. But obviously who year but imagine. He can't go to like food for ness bucky want to dragged on. Strike me if i go to whole foods. Drake don't go to no fucking hopefully also. Hopefully for rapper superstars if you never experienced issues so he experienced that should already. So it's not like he needs to experience again. It's fucking oval. Give me the Yeah but that'd be like we're mambi like heavy like fuck what we get is sending people be ailing picked her up. I want my mom to you. Know but should pictures. Now the most weirdest one was halfway like a fucking peaks my mouth to bj's and there was just like a picture of like legit down. Like shit i told him. I bomb meteorite on. He just he stood there. I'll tell you that. Just looking at me and i'll come on. Are you about that. Should walk up to the man. I feel like anybody do that to meaning. I'm taking it fleet man. This shit ain't last. Yes that's why. I try to get it way. Yeah you got to everything boundaries as always. There's always a place of time for everything. But i'm going to be able to care if i even hit him off with the hands yesterday. Even if i don't want you to send our you see. Hey i own i hate. You said you can't do this. do you. gotta take a picture. Yeah the take a picture a tricky here because when we looking at every sometimes i don't know street ship navy looking. I'll be ready. Julia broke out get a picture ever like. Wow knocks you say. That's happened to mommy. The mommy regan muhammad. Oh the one. That was here that i saw one of my enemies crack them this weekend but asked him for a picture. I part on for real year for anything. I love bobby like lucky. Both when i first started beloved after oregon out polo chris vernon so i'll be on the bus and they'll be looking at me and i'll be like there's an enemy for shitty cracked me first and i'll be like and then what time of life. And then he was on our focus on like all. I see you could say both we'll both you. It will be at the bus station. You looking at me is either you fucking tennessee with so many food so then but then if a hummy should look comfortable like are we talking about last time like i can't give it to you enemies for me. And he kept going me. Toughen cottage crack. He blamed joe. Asa blame me no what it is but when you took my street is going to be the street you famous or not. They never gonna stop man. I feel like on that note. We should be good man. Is that the end of the day shot. The said he would coming through your negative. Y'all make sure man follow broilers to his music tune in next week. I think big ski by the get on this After show chevy appreciate ya nigga up. Wb worldwide dot com Commercial before we get off to. You still got a little credit cards. Yes courts their news bam.

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Mother's Gurukul Podcast

06:49 min | 3 months ago

Journaling: Benefits of journaling for kids

"Hello everyone today. Let's talk about journaling. And the benefits of journaling far. Kicks high high alpina dave in. You're listening to mothers. google podcasts. A place where. I talk about various aspects of parenting and shared might centrex to make your patenting indeed. Smooth and beautiful. I also talk about some motivational topics that lou make your life easy. So let's learn together. Let's grow together at mothers other podcasts. We are talking about journaling. Journaling generally involves the practice of keeping a diary or journal that explores thoughts and feelings surrounding the events of your life. When i was studying at remember making notes of the topics i learned. This writing. practice helped me in devise a concept and it used to imprint in my memory then when had to answer the question in the exam i could easily recall what i've studied today. Journaling is fading with ipad notepads beer losing touch with writing with a pen. Our hands start to hurt if we ride for a long time or after a long gap when we were in school we still got enough rectors of writing with a pen. Now think about kids who are growing up in a digital world. They are okay in typing to three pages but if we asked them to ride the same number of pages with pen they find challenging. When i came to this country. I used to send handwritten letters to my parents and in laws i developed an interest in handwritten letters seeing mike. Grandpa doing it. But with what's up and skype staying in touch became so easy and convenient that slowly. My frequency of sending letters to them reduced still. I try to maintain my journaling practice during my pregnancy. I kept up pregnancy journal. Little did i know that journaling is one of the powerful tools used by and graphologists as therapeutic tools in one of my interviews on my other part. Gaz bartova domain. I had a one on one. Conversation with aditi serena who is a graphologist. She stressed the need for journaling. Nar just for grownups also far kits today. We all are going through a really tough time. I hear concerned parents talking about dead kits mental and emotional state. I'm also a parent. And i can completely understand their concern. According to me if we can convince our kids to develop a habit of journaling then it will benefit them law in the long run so let us talk about the benefits of journaling for kids. It gives an outlet to their emotions sometimes gets are not able to express their feelings or sometimes they don't want to share it with anyone if they start journaling their feelings then it gives them an outlet you can call it their extra limp whenever they feel sad or set or go through some challenging emotions. They know the answer journaling. It helps them in reflecting there are some tricky circumstances when they don't know how to control their extreme behavior and the result is they say things are not supposed to say and get a scolding from their elders but if they the lies their thoughts and later read them they can see vad. They went wrong by getting your thoughts down on paper. You can gain a deeper understanding of the causes of your internal conflicts. Violence also explore the external challenges. You are facing so basically. It gives them a balanced approach. It is always better to write to say things especially when you're not in a good mood while we right. We are focused. It takes time to bend down something. This time is enough to come out mines. It gives them an organized approach to arrange their thoughts and prepare for the response. Maybe by the end of the writing your child might start feeling better. That's why i said in the i find. It gives them an outlet. If you want to read about the art of journaling then you can go to. The i l. y. s. deal ic- dot com. I will give the link of this article in the show notes. They develop their coping mechanism. The pandemic is just a situation. No one has ever imagined but as grownups v that life is full of surprises and uncertainties in tough times. If we have our coping mechanism we can handle the situation maturity. If your child knows that by journaling he or she feels better. It calms him or her down. Then that's their coping mechanism in challenging situations. Have you ever felt better. Just talking about the problem with your friend or parents. Well-considered your journal as your friend who is always dead. That's hurtful for today. And that is what i just wanted to talk to you about. Journaling i hope you will also star journal lincoln. You will encourage your kids to to incorporate this practice of journalism in their habit. It takes just ten to fifteen minutes if you like today's episode. And if you want to check out what all is on mothers go to combat gas. Then don't forget to check out other episodes on this show. And i would love to know your feedback. If you're joining me for the first time then thank you for tuning in. And yes to strive to channel. If you're listening to despite guest on. I tunes then. I request you to give you a rating interviews and i would love to connect with you. You can follow me on alpina. Underscore dave on twitter alpina barber on instagram mothers vertical on facebook. You can also email me at mothers go boulevard gas. I g dot com. So i'll see you soon. Then blessed stay happy.

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The Porn Reboot Podcast Episode 34: You know the feeling...

The Porn Reboot Podcast

08:58 min | 2 years ago

The Porn Reboot Podcast Episode 34: You know the feeling...

"Welcome to the porn reboot podcast where you get practical tips to gain control over your porn or sex addiction. I'm your host Jay Z, certified sex and porn addiction recovery. Coach. You know, the feeling you're on a good streak. You haven't watched porn for weeks or months, the feelings are subtle, but you feel better more focused less fatigued. You're waking up more often without hitting snooze you had sex with your partner a few times, and you actually got hard and lasted she's now happy and less closed off and distant she's now smiling more dressing a little sexier. She's touching you more and asking about your day. She actually gives a shit about hall hard. Things are at work. That's the power of orgasms. You're getting more business ideas and your. I plan to increase your income. Next year actually seems possible. It feels good to have those bursts of motivation, while listening to your favorite motivational podcast on your communists to work daily. You actually believe that you can achieve all your goals, and it's great to feel content with your partner and not wonder if you missed out on sex with other women, not worrying if you settled not looking at college age girls, and wishing you fucked more in college, you remember that you made a good choice with the woman, you're with she's a good girl. And you remind yourself that those are hard to find these days, you're thankful and even wonder why on earth would I think there was something else out there? I'm one lucky guy to have a woman like this in my life. You're stronger in the gym the only downside is that your sex drive is up and it takes more effort to avoid looking at the squatting Jim girls with their halter tops and fashionable booty enhancing, workout pants. Why is it that every fit girl seems to only work out, but and legs seriously? And why do they choose to pick the area in the gym with the most concentration of guys? Sometimes you think she must want one of those guys to pick her up or something. Oh, wait a minute. I I shouldn't be staring. You get back to your workout. You had back. Home strangely aroused. Maybe it's just the gym and optimism and all that positively it feels good masculine to have sexual energy flowing through your body. Again, you stop by the gas station underway hope and notice that you can even look the cute girl at the register straight into I and say, thank you. I don't need a bag with that. You think? Oh, well, this is why staying off porn and masturbation is worth it later that evening. You'll partner goes to bed. You're a little tired, but not ready for bed. Just yet. So you stay up a little longer in the office to prep for the next day. And as you prepare for the next day a little tired at gets a little tedious, and he wonders yourself, maybe I'll just take a quick YouTube break, right then on Q something clicks in your head. Your heartbeat goes up, a notch familiar feelings flash across your memory, and a voice whispers, an orgasm would be nice right about. Now. Don't you usually jerk off around this time? You say no, I'm not doing this. I'll just shut it down and go to bed, but your wife is probably sleep by now if you try to have sex with her she'll brush you off. Off look you're so horny remember that haughty doing squats at the gym. Hey, I won't ruin my momentum. Okay. I'm just gonna watch YouTube video I'm going to finish my to do list, and I'm going to go to bed maybe I'll have sex with the wife. I think she wanted tonight. But the chicken the gym though, she had a boot on her didn't she? Yeah. She sure did you know, that's what you want atoned, but your wife would go to the gym anymore. And when she does she only bitches about how much he hates squats. Yeah. I wish it would work out more. I keep telling her that she has potential you. Sure, you wanna hit that forever, man. She's not getting any younger six year. You know? But you you still have your sex drive, man. You haven't even peaked. They're women out there who want you, man. That's scary. Listen, I love her. Okay. But I mean, I still want variety. It's okay. That's why you have porn. You just have to control it. Just just one more time won't hurt. And you can go back to this. No porn thing that you're doing. It's the only way you'll get that Jim Hardee's booty out of your mind. I guess you're right. I mean, it wouldn't be fair to have sex with my wife while wishing for something else adrenaline rushes through your body, and you type in the website expecting your browser to pull up the rest. But it doesn't you? Remember that you cleared your cash and the lead you'll history after your last relapse, well, whatever I can delete it again, you think this all happens in seconds, you type in the sites. There's an instant explosion of chemicals in your brain has dozens of tiny tube pixels fill the screen. You'll brain scans at hyper speed picking out different body parts, reading captions, bumping dopamine, testosterone and opiates into your bloodstream you click on one image. And there's another that looks good. And yet another one you open another to have both of them. Maybe you'll all Gaz them to that later. Suddenly. The floorboards. Creak you snap out of it. Heart pounding your finger on the x of the browser ready to close it in an instant man is my wife coming back to ask how much longer I'll be you suddenly realize that the door isn't locked you tip tilted adore you peek outside no one he tip toe to the bedroom. She's in bed reading, she smiles at you, you walk up to her and give her a kiss and say you'll be back in bed shortly. This makes you feel better about what you're about to do. She looks up at you lovingly and pouts you notice a flash of lingerie under her nightgown as you walk away, you feel guilty. You know that she was hoping for more sex tonight every few months when you can really get it up or appetite for sex goes up. Unfortunately, you often disappoint her by masturbating to porn shortly after sex. So you go back to the office you quietly. Closed and locked door in one movement. So she doesn't hear the click forty five minutes eleven tabs nine categories and one orgasm that completely fries. Your sex drive later, you crawl into bed and slump next the already sleeping wife. Tired annoyed slightly guilty your mind full of rationalizations as to why you did it you thought you'd be in bed early. But now you're in bed an hour and a half later than you expect it to be you won't have a decent. Erection for the next month and a half, you'll be more frustrated and normal at work as you drive to work the next day. Your daily motivational podcast seems bland, and you're worrying about a million things again. And you wonder why can't I ever seem to stay consistently motivated you forgotten everything the happy partner and why she's happy the, financial and productivity. Optimism the great gains. You are making at the gym the good mood to reduce things. -iety all the bright colors of a vibrant. Life are gone. You're back to black and white and bullshit. Yeah. Europe porn addict. If that's ounce like you. And you're ready to make two thousand and nineteen the year that you end this behavior. Visit elevated recovery dot ORG slash apply and get an call with me today. I'm Jay your brother in the struggle. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to this episode of the porn reboot podcast. I'll talk to you later this week have a great day.

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Heart is always with

Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

11:41 min | 3 months ago

Heart is always with

"Welcome to extra extra presented by bg sports. I'm your host vince. Douglas gregory no filter. Va re Who you can follow extra extra on twitter at extra extra. V d g. Be sure to check out the website. Vcd sports dot com. There's a youtube as well. Youtube as well like subscribe in sear. I think that's what they do there. And if you wanna keep me and my whereabouts sit long enough now. I'm going back to not saying it again. Let the hunt begin now that that is all out of the way now that all of that is gone. Let me just go ahead and say noobs. Thank you for giving me an opportunity. Thank you for giving me a chance. Thank you for giving me a shot. Whether i hit or miss. It's up to you know this is not going to keep you up at night. That is not going to keep me up at night. Trust me there are more things that keeping an eye. And i'll just leave it at wrigley back at it again back at it again. You know how we do. Let me pull discouraging. Let me pull the curtain back. Just the little get a look see and this is the news. 'cause rag you already know this is for the new in everybody else in between my happy place or the thing that brings me most jordan. Wait a minute thing or one of the many things that bring me joy in make me. Happy is base ball period. Full stop baseball. It is my happy place. Baseball is just something about it. Just makes me excited. That makes me happy. Not thinking i knew you thinking. Because i've had this combo with many many people. They say it's boring but that's that's fine. that's fine. i can accept that. I can accept that the is boring because we don't judge we don't judge here and i will leave the judgement to the other people who have the receipts. I'll leave the judgement to the other people who had the receipts in ready to utilize those receives but me. I'm just gonna keep is one hundred. And i'm going to keep this in my lane in my lane is baseball brings me joy. Baseball is my happy place. Baseball is the equivalent of me singing dancing and make my chest pop inside the girod. It's what i like to do. It's what i like to watch. It is what. I like to play when by able to play when i am able to play and there is definitely some are cinema. Value behind is deathly summa ties into family in friends deaths behind it. That just pretty much up the ante that just increase maya love for the game. I know that may come off as a little bit. Strange in weird that. I love baseball in. Baseball is my favorite sport. Yes i take shots. Yes i do because if i didn't i wouldn't care i would not care i would not want to be bothered with it at all. I wouldn't want in my world period. Unless i'm jazz jokey joking up for some laughs and he he's halls in you notice that's not the case that is not the case. Baseball is truly truly something dead. I that i can behind. Did i can stand up. Four or stand up with side by side of course side by side of course in a thing about baseball. Did i just enjoyed this so many different directions that i can focus on that. I can concentrate on that. I can just have my interest peak. This is coming from. The fellow who say's watching grass grow can be an interesting endeavor. Watching grass grow can be something that i could do more than once without being forced to. That's a little bit behind the curtain. Now you know hashtag the more you know in baseball. It's it's not like it's a one-size-fits-all there's different things that you can focus on their different avenues. You can drive down there just so much about it in people. Tell me constantly. It's boring is so much things that's happening in going on that i can focus on did i can basically give all my attention to is not boring for me. It's not boring for me. In as i was saying previously. Yeah it's coming from the person who liked to watch grads growth or not like ken watch. Gaz grow grass grow nygasp grass can be about cannot leave out the in baseball. It's definitely something that the entire family is involved. We definitely something that the entire family watches to a certain extent. It's it's more than jess again. It's more didn't jess borhan. It's it's it's a it's a way for generations to share a common love of something and still be able to conversation on what's happening because there's not much that changed with the game and that's a double edged sword because the average age of the fan in baseball is pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty old that lets that leads me to believe that me and a little bit under me we. We've done a very very bad job of promoting the sport or helping to sport grow now. I i can't take all of the blame. But i'll definitely take some of the blame i should. I should have done more. And i will probably try to do more to help. Highlight this beautiful beautiful sport. This gain that we just or i in we as in the fam- man pretty much eighty percent of you. You will enjoy this. But but but but but wait will be forever. We're gonna be here for ever do. We aren't showing the nuance of if we aren't doing the things that basically brought us in to enjoying the sport that they gave us this uncondition. Almost unconditional love of the game. If we aren't passing that down if we aren't basically jess hey here you go here. It is making a be known as the sport can be interested now is not all on us eating. It's not all on us. We can take some of the blame. But we ain't taking all of the blame. In fact i'm going to be generous and say we probably should take about five percent of the blame and other ninety. Five percent should go to m. l. b. or baseball in general especially where i am located at dona horrible bad job of promoting the sport then would blunder on top of blunders on top of blunders mishaps on tap mishaps on top of mishaps. Dan you got cheating on top of cheating. Then you got idiots morons. And i keep going keep going you get the pitch and you get the point in baseball. Can't survive in long term in a long haul going down the same path doing the same things it did. In the past thinking that that would be enough to bring in the new fanatic the bring in the new fan the bring in new casual peeps. Who would actually give it a look. See or try you have to do more. Mlb major league baseball or baseball. In general we can only do so much. We can only do so much to help the sport to help. In general baseball has to make itself more able to younger people. We don't have the funds that now. If you don't care about baseball is much. Is i or we. Then that's that's sad that makes me sad. Net takes me out of my happy place. And now i think i'm about to go somewhere to see dance nine girod because i won't be making my chest pop. I'm too sad for that. Thank you baseball turn.

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Episode 538 - Gaz Banford

Marathon Talk

1:19:22 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 538 - Gaz Banford

"It's Wednesday the twenty ninth of April Two Thousand and twenty. I'm multi yelling. He told we into niches episode. Five hundred thirty eight of Maryland tool well this week show. I speak incredible. Bamford about performing under stress. There's usually two point six challenge in London. Go elite only Tom's back in his shed. I'll be really running with Liz. Plus you guys right Iran Iraq. You kick around the House. Really Tom Williams here. We are doing good to be back for our monthly monthly ketchup. We spread the bathroom to a little bit with the show now. And so you know I don't get to speak on. The marathon took land much frequency as we used to miss me. Dino loads and loads and loads microphone gag back recently now. Was it good? You know the one. We did what we tried to do. Math live on the ground ready. Yea Funny I'm not really a normally for about fifteen years. I've been welded podcast and clearly marathon tolkien but now working from home and all the time and being in the shed. I don't really have much podcast time and I've tended to be of got people now have no concept to hate painting. My mosques to make size is being being on the indoor rower and I've tended to sort of routine is at the end of the day work day of get on the rower and watched the press conference from number ten while I well I go so. That's kind of taken. The place of podcast. So I'm so far behind on podcasts including cyberia marathon you spending your entire day in your office because you you know even getting out exercising like you just completely full. Shed we walk. We walk the kids to school on the morning. Yeah yeah that does that mean the same as we do so we walk about long and comeback. Here we talked on our you up to an hour so we'll go will normally say we have full inside inside scoop on my daily routine daily routine but we we do. I have a call to a program. We have a daily call with a few of us. seven thirty in the morning every single day. Where we catch up on what? Where's everything in Pokhran? Will Relations Corona virus so that call every morning seven thirty to eight thirty and then normally Helena sometimes just sometimes just I but normally handle i. Then take the kids out thirty for an hour's walk to school as well. I mean the the old world school was any that fifteen minutes longer than that but we walk around the block and we do that together as a four. So we've got nice little nature reserve nearby. We want around the nature reserve and come back and then I stopped my kind of working day at nine thirty And I'm doing a little bit homeschooling but not masters healthy most of that and then I tend to finish my day. I finished my day today with a comeback. Two thousand meter. Pb actually come back on the hour before we recorded the show. We're recording at five thirty. We started talking five. Do you tend to. I'm sure I've said this. Before on the show recklessness for the last decade will know that when you get into something you do get into. It is that what is that. What's happening with the with the rubber? I'll tell you what we were laughing too. I am the king. The absolute self proclaimed King of close. But not so close but no cigar. Yeah we've done Madam. Ten done ten by thirty second Max effort on the road. 92nd recovery with a good friend of the show. At Professor Andrew laying are at the end of an odd odd donate. I done fifteen hundred thirty meters or something like averaging under fifty three meters in each of the second of all I thought. Oh fifteen hundred thirty. That's not bad. Six hundred nine is a is a mine and that would be five minutes ten thirty second effort. So that's a nice little target so I made the mistake of mentioning it on twitter. Of course Andy Lane went straight on a knocked out of the park needed like sixteen hundred twelve or something. Talk really strack part. But he had he'd gone rolling starts on each of the intervals and I hadn't gone from a standing start so I'm GonNa show you so I got back home not the same day like two each got back on and I thought we got one hundred sixty one. Meat is a rap and I did hundred sixty four in the first one. I thought I'm going to smash the parking lot detonate absolutely detonated and sixteen undertake so I missed it by meter. Remind me of the time you ran a five minute mile. Yep exactly five or four sixty point. Three three three. Marathan three hours and twenty seconds did eighteen minutes and one second half once Mr Hawaii by two minutes. I mean I could go on if you want me to go on so yeah so but I'm a bit routine. I'm enjoying that I've also and you highlighted this to me as well. I've also seen the best and the worst. Bbc and I love the BBC. Try Not to go off on one a Sunday Helen. The kitchen I sign on Sunday afternoon. And we watched the dynasties. Bbc Documentary About Tigers and it was just breathlessly. Incredible and you'll see they're watching this thing with your family about tigers thinking this is want just wonderful and Latin is in the BBC wonderful thing and I'm a huge fan of the BBC. And then whenever it was Sunday night or Monday night whenever whenever it was Friday night and was ridiculous Horizon Program called the restaurant or something where that effectively and I I saw it. I thought it was GONNA be rubbish. You know the restaurant where you burn off the food. You eat the most horrendous atrocious disgraceful idea you can imagine one. It's wrong until even if it was right it's terrible. And it's hugely damaging to people way all vulnerable to eighteen disorders icon. I'm not GonNa Watch it terrible and then a few friends at kind of message me and said have you seen this terrible so I went to watch it to see what congress is it without watching it and it was. You know I think you you'll pop as well. It was the worst most damaging thing I could possibly imagine. Food and nutrition and healthy eating effectively a lot of people in a restaurant eating food. A Lotta people hidden away in a secret. Jayme out the back on exercise bikes and treadmills and rowers and whatever it is having to burn off the calories pecan. This'll be some crazy kind of idea around showcasing. The research that goes into the pace guidance the guidance thinking of of food labelling based on do X. do e x and then exercise why to have inverted commas burned off. Yeah this is the classic myths in in running that we've been trying to debunk decade. And of course it's it's it's like just because it doesn't mean and both you and I believe have been in the camp before where we have fed ourselves as exercises and regular exercises on stuff which Oh yeah. We've all done the long session. And then take a picture of you with the biggest screen you can find and you five fifteen of that and then you realize how wrong is and you know. I had a number of friends. Good friends contact me because it had that program had genuinely disturbed you know genuinely disturbed had had had massively impacted their own mental health and and beat e disorders said the word. They said on twitter on that night. April twenty services have sadly been in high demand tonight due to BBC to the restroom burns. Calories would really appreciate any support to ensure services continue top those affected by eating disorders. If can't police their NATO re tweet and that's at b. e. d. and you just don't know I somehow we have to get to the point where that narrative of people who are Willing Castle. But we've got a load up load of friends in endurance athletes running on or otherwise who've been impacted by this. I'm sure people listening to this now. Were impacted by it. So it's important. I think for us to talk about it. We have to get to the point where that narrative around somehow food is a reward for exercise or or you kind of punishing yourself by excising to burn food. It has to become unacceptable like it should have become unacceptable a long time ago and it needs to be unacceptable now where you can't have a on prime time. Bbc Yup absolutely disgraceful anyway. That's my rant rant to God but you know we've both been in the thick of that world. Owner will people all the way rousseau seeing it so the thing that challenges challenges me the most is we and we are seeing it through our eyes. The eyes of us as healthy exercises. Imagine if you you know you're watching that through the eyes of somebody who wrestles with a really unhealthy relationship with food and exercise and that just reaffirms and it's bites everything you're trying to work against you know and it triggers all your responses that relationship with exercise and food new thinking no anyway well doing coping generally in in lockdown on all right good. I mean the lockdown. It's really lockdown. I've when I was really young I wrote. I read Terry Waites Book and it's twenty five years since I've read it at least but he was a hostage and I think he was chained to a radiator five years or something. My Dad and I have this thing. We always say to each other. When Times are tough we always say at least not chain to radiator five years now. That's a lockdown right or the Nelson Mandela who ran. You know who wasn't you know who is was twenty seven years incarcerated and I'm not. I'm not saying because you're not chained to radiate or you're not you know on Robben Island Nana's men allows you don't have a right to find it difficult. But I've always been very very aware of that and we really really lucky. We have a lovely garden. We have you know Netflix. And Disney plus and we have a really cohesive family unit. And we all get on and it's fun and we can. I think the government hasn't been praised enough for allowing X. allowing exercise the way they do you know there was a thing. Is it Spain or about to come out of? What true lockdown really where. Children are allowed out of the House for the first time now. I know some children will have gardens. I'm sure in their own garden if you lived in a flat you weren't allowed out so you know all all good friends friends of yours friends. And my Bruce Ford is in South Africa they are. They're not allowed to leave the house. Even for Exercise I think shop and get food and I did laugh Bruce shed than if you saw Asia picture on on social media today actually. Warna path around their garden running. It's like he's got badgers or something that goes say but like I said I'm aware of all of those kind of things and we really fortunate so personally for us. Our life is is personally and I am not in any way. I'm very aware of a lot of people. It's very very difficult in from multiple different ways. I personally life's as good as it's ever been you know. The pace of life is slower. We've got more time together. We're getting outside more in our garden yet. Bringing my mom every day which I didn't do before I'm walking with for what were the kids most days which I didn't do before so yeah all life's really good and you know. I think I understand that when you coming from being complicated very complicated for other people we incoming we were. We were saying the other day like when it goes. I think we'll miss it a little bit and a lot of people you know. I love people One of the big we decided to pollen to reap to call to phone up every single event team that wanted to be found and every single ambassador was about three thousand people around the world and be making those calls over the last last week. Five hundred or so called in and we reason why we typically one of the reason we particularly wants to be to everybody's everybody's situation is totally different. Some people load worse off some people load better off. Some people are happier. Some people are. Some people are busiest. Some people are less busy and they really is remarkable. How different every single person's experiences which is kind of unique in a way? I can't think of another thing where everybody's impacted in the whole world but some people are impacted only got you know. I make son. Eighteen worked in gym. He's furlough to gauge salary. Hanging out home training supervisor playing on his xbox connecting with his mates on online all the time. He's happy as Larry. I mean he's had a great time and then other people they might be a single parent of three or four really challenging kids in a in a fourteen th floor of a block of flats with access to maybe even safe outside space. I don't live with a an elderly or vulnerable parent or relative or have a variable sick child in all of these things we've got we've got. We've got relatives neighbors on both sides of US and their experiences so different to ours and we can talk over the garden fence and you think in your not close proximity but actually you guys are really Vulnerable Unit. Really difficult position. You've got a number of handling health issues. You're really dependent on other people coming. See you and they now can't and so even on either side of our garden fence in the same street. You've got much better off because of much worse off now. Is that some unbelievable. I'll tell you I've been different to you. Really quick kids at home in. It is a challenge some day east. I am running. You know spoke about this before and you know being very careful about how much running doing and where. I'm going and particularly move recently. What time going you know it's reality. I think what happened over the last month. These people have got slightly more relaxed. Which is have bars? Johnson. This morning we were before we started recording the show talking about the importance of maintaining focus and purpose and for me that's meant going earlier earlier and earlier nerdy actually so running running is taking place before seven o'clock which is really an again. It's different not only different person. To person is different. Different way live and we didn't get out here at all. I mean we went. We went for a long walk with the kids on Sunday yesterday. Scorching hot day. We went for a really long walk before US middle of the day we badly sore soul but yeah yeah. I think I like the beach is a lovely place to go and I'm privileged to be able to run to run there but I couldn't run their ten o'clock see. We don't have to be fair. No no no. But there's a Lotta places where we would go valley gardens near the part one. Where poverty is that beautiful a normal sunny Sunday be rammed and you would not be able to move maybe not like Bournemouth beach but that'd be rammed and it's just not like that's just not the view we get a copy. It's just not the you know we did of course interesting. We'll talk a little bit more about this later in the but it was supposed to be London marathon this weekend as a that. We did all twenty six or two point six challenge which is good fun. We planned earlier in the week and we delivered on Sunday. We did a little video on a on twitter showing off family. Two point six challenge which consisted of relay around the park. So Liz did elaborate a little lap of the park with each of the kids as a relay. Then I did one of the end and then we came home and did twenty-six star jumps in the garden and then we did twenty-six monkey bars. I on the video one of the boys which whichever one it was you could tell you hung there all day and it was only a two second part of the video or they can tell they are actually part for the parties we so we went to part with the kids they will. These monkeys rainy long. Black tails a comment with black-eyed monkeys. Monkeys you off the half half spider monkey. They are incredible incredible since putting twenty twenty six monkey bars And then did you do tweet. Six hundred seventy twice I could do. I could probably do Stephan can-do seven but the kids can do. They can do as many as they. If and then we did twenty six inches in the trampoline and the very last bounce right smack in the face from one of the boys but all in all we're raising money stone break. We will put a cheeky Lincoln this week show and thanks very much. You know other people that they're two point six challenge for storm break. That's great particular share. Taxi Dave talk listener and some of the bombs. Run this brilliant. It's fantastic season support. Yeah for charities in general good stuff for fuelling early morning. Feeling quite chipper. Actually what do I know and Well the if you know this but I think the day before the last part Grun I ran the fastest. I've run for ball for ages. Seventeen fully I think it is really the routes in pull last. Park rummaged before lockdowns the last drum. There was an casual boat. And the quickest. I've run about five years so he must be. It must be Sunnier because we did a Q. And A. Part one day with Jo Pavey and she did the same. She ran her all time. Pd that week. I think the week maybe the week before sixteen. There must be settled in the water in these parts. Tom Must Be Writing Garden. Wpro linked to the to the blocks on this week. Show notes right to move on. Let's move on big. Thank you to those. This is a long patriot. Pledge Their support for this show like we do. We'll put a link to Patriot on this week's show notes night I am the reason why. I'm stalling is because I'm trying to read. What is our MELA machines? Meyerson waterboard do that one. I we now your social media channels to share your amazing around the house photos. Got Those of you showing off your math and talk kit in an interesting place at home outside. Of course your social distancing then please do share on social media using Hashtag around the house and take him out from talking Mela Machine Shittu. Click on the link has said combining my love of running cross fit and marathon talks with this twenty-six challenge. And she's GonNa Marathon. Wod stands work at the day. Two rounds full-time should be really good. Four hundred meter run twenty six hand. Release push ups. I'm struggling 'cause my is very easily for Jimmy to run reader store which the kids six sixteen kilograms goodness a four hundred meter run twenty-six sit-ups for Jimmy to run twenty dead lifts for Jimmy to run twenty six was that Scott forgery to run twenty six steps about four hundred meter runs through her one two three four five six so that's twelve four hundred four point. Eight Eighty Five K. Running in that in Garland must be because they're gone does it. You could run around the block on you so you could be doing. She'll be doing. Four hundred is outside coming back in. I'm Loving Chris. Pratt's instagram this week. Though isn't it does look like can I just say you haven't watched this year and we are? Now you'RE GONNA once you've seen it you'll know exactly why I mean. He should be in like that he should be in the targeting like he looks like a character from new character. She should be talking. I'm sure he's going to be thrilled when he hears this golf. Nothing he doesn't deserve particular like he's got his Wellington boots green willing to boot short shorts. Trust the process tea and these laycock on his car to wash fantastic jet wash. Yeah and these jet wash with sort of what's that thing called? I mean you would call it a squre but it took like a jet wash gone something jet wash gun pointing dangerously decking. Let least you. You've got your deck and laid the right way. Chris because otherwise period come bowling those sliding doors and go lying he says. Go on trusting the trusting the washing process in my trust the process tea in black heather with Gawk leg and short shorts blending perfectly the greenlees marathon. Talk Buff completes the nicely here. I'm stood poised and catalog pose ready to start productive. Day cleaning decking. It's time that you are all you need to do. Twitter tell us about give the mock-up ten tag at math and talking use. Hashtag let you run will choose favors to read out on the show. I off filed Chowdhury nine hundred ten. He says Mcdowell res on twitter nine royal flush minus one because I did sandbag kilometer eight when I realized the royal flush was on but I'm liking this twelve k split six hundred fifty six five hundred five five thirty eight five two thousand eight hundred twenty. Three five eighteen the sandbags. His words five seventeen nine five eleven five to four four nine four eight five fast class in the World K. Yeah Yep well done. It's a good one that final bit always producing such curve alligator attend at Brighton off. Of course at the garden marathon. Eight hundred laps around the house raising money for at mental health. Two points off the poor course design an. It issues affected the live feed on facebook who are hunters laps. Live feed eight hundred laps around the hairs on a live feed. Tell you what that must have been really good to watch Guy Lewin at under scholar in ten mortgage treadmill training miles done. I found training walls. Watching the Marvel Franchise the perfect distraction. Everything going on Hashtag Iran ten. Because I think I've found my way to cope could work Gary Darren at desma fifty five ten at ten for fantastic trail. Run observing all the local rules at plenty gorge part parts being closed due to bushfires now. Kobe nineteen however. I did manage to run through the part of the park open. It's lovely isn't it looks fantastic. Doesn't it right the two point? Six Challenge beasted passed me a little bit but I did sponsor my good mate. Tom Fairbrother who as Parvati marathon on a treadmill dresser tiger on Sunday I saw that and this this was Paul now Union me Martin. But I think London marathon kind of repurpose their charity fundraising for Sunday as part of St Point six challenge. I think the actual the twitter handle was actually the London. Marathon st-andre wasn't then they changed the name so I think yeah they all yet fully behind this out there. This is like their thing. They are in fact. There's a group with a mass participation kind of providers that came together but yes London marathon. I think we're pretty much leading on that now. Coming weeks as well as his great and he's is. It is a huge issue for charities London marathon race. I think last year sixty six million quid was raised for charities. Linda not to go. You know and you've you know got your child's storm break and you know I work closely apartment. I work closely with Alzheimer's research. Uk and they're like these charities that is their day like that is very fundraising day of the year and to have it taken away so damaging so this two point six challenge was created. Where people could I really liked about it was that you could be really creative. Some people could just go on a treadmill among twenty six points. Find other you guys got super creative. And we're doing twenty. Six monkey swings in twenty-six bounces on the trampoline a two year six kilo all Sunday the opening day. We got this from fundraising. Uk The two point six challenge raised over five million quicker. It's opening day the day. This is London. Marathon was due to take place. The challenge event was launched earlier. This month by mass. Participation event organizers including Part One London Landmarks Virgin Sport and under Maratha events to support the Chow tease would have benefited from London. Marathon currently postponed until the fourth one. Toba they asked people to help their chosen out by coming up with an activity based around the numbers two point six or twenty six distance in miles of the marathon instead to fundraise or donate to save the UK's charities via the two point six challenge website so nice creative way to an hopefully it will carry on for the next couple of weeks and raise a decent amount of money and and hopefully those charities will get through it yet. If you're thinking of doing something we will link to two point six challenged the UK on this week's show notes. That was because the London marathon of course was supposed to be on this past weekend and is probably like many of you listening was supposed to be doing it. Yeah we're supposed to be running right. That's right yeah we're supposed to be running. Us quite looking forward to it with SAM to the end of go get to do it and it got me thinking about. Oh holy and I discussed the show last week. All the things we miss about race we can. Everything involves much more than just doing the marathon and we all excited about well okay. Great we're really looking forward to it all happening again in October. Then I saw a piece for sure. Guard Sean Guardian Sean. Ingo should they just brilliant coverage for the Guardian about that under marathon where I think he'd spoken to Hebrew to the race director who had refused to rule out staging the event as a leak only race in the autumn. If social distancing rules make it impossible to run as normal Brazier told The Guardian? That while organizers still hope to hold the event on the fourth of October they when they're scenario planning for a red head other options gracious at the flame is still burning and There is still hope but you have to do it for right for society. You've usually got seventy five thousand seven hundred fifty thousand people out in central London watching forty five thousand runners is also medics and volunteers and the transport system says the law take into account when making any decision. That decision will be made by the back end of all at the latest explained Brazier and it will be based on government guidelines What we think and what we think society is right and what feels right at the time. So we'll have to wait and see. I think that already been canceled. And that's in September Tokyo elite Lynch. And see what happens now and look. The big thing is and we're getting this every day part one. What are you going to reopen? Or Win Wins. I can the big the only thing we know right now with everybody is. Nobody knows what's coming up. Said nobody knows when events are GONNA come back nobody events what knows what the guidelines are. GonNa be when they do So it could be. It could be anything I mean. I think I'd be surprised if if it went down. Only only route. Just because I don't know how if social distancing was implemented such you can never mass participation event. I'm not quite sure how it would be spectators. Yeah I mean if it would probably be. Let's say they did in the League one on a racetrack. Let's say like the the original was breaking thing you could do that and I think you might see some for example without spectators. I just don't think you could do that on the streets in London even if it was just an elite makes. I'll be surprised if they ended up like that but we are not now so be interesting as the the wheat. So let's go just marathon or park run. That's every single gathering of people isn't it? Yeah I've reclosing every corner. We everything choirs churches. Everything that gets together you have to wait until therein. That's meant for for those to reopen again. Gas Bamford is a former UK. Special Forces Sergeant Major with well over twenty years operational experience. He left that role the back end of two thousand eighteen and now performance consultant director of his own Business Gerardus. He has in that business. A real focus on mindset and resilient and gas and I were introduced by colleague Charity Event in two thousand nine hundred ninety. I think I wanted to get him on the show and it's especially relevant at the moment or I hope you enjoy the next half hour or so of conversation. Welcome to math until gas. Great Debate Martin Right to bear. Thanks for having good to have you on the show. We were talking a little bit before about strawberries and it got me thinking like a chat and I hadn't actually asked you if you run and you're on a running podcast you do on something. I've done a lot of and it's something up until last kind of I'd say year I kind of tailed off in the last few months are got back into it. Nothing to do with US Jackson again but I kinda missed it so yeah I've done lots of really my timer in a number of marathons a number of other endurance event. Shall we say? What's your favorite endurance? We'll talk a little bit about some of your your work experiences in some at the way in which those work experiences of lead you to be doing what you're doing now but in terms of injure orange if we just take that as a as a concept to start to start this conversation like yes you. His insurance is such an amazing thing. Like what your personal relationship with insurance like me personally i. I love the mental challenge. I've grown up absolutely throw myself into sport and I've never been particularly competent to anyone sport but I've just always enjoyed the mental challenge of putting myself in an contest and and seeing how a fair and the feedback. I get from doing that so I enjoy that and now I'm in my early days might ruining when I first started and I guess when I was a marine we'd go out down in Plymouth and on the edge of Dalton Wall so roles were pretty cheeky to be fat and that was never a particularly strong runner. But we'd go out and even before we left the front gate. My mind was talking to myself around for you. You know as fast as everybody else or how you going to hang on. You're going to look silly all these self talk. Conversations that were popping around so I and I think cutler to learn to enjoy that and that challenge personally I I was challenged very recently to a very simple kind of one of the lots of one of the one of the lots of instagram challenges around quite recently to do a Awaited road which is something of not done for many years now carrying about ten or ten or twelve kilos and carrying tenants will on. Oh that's just round the Middle. The middle now packing. I really enjoyed even before. We're now I thought I'm going to struggle on this endurance for me. Is that ability to live with this conversation with yourself and I've come to understand. I'm okay. I'm not going to profess to be the world's greatest and I love Jackson around this again. Why we've talked again Maltin. I love talking about this and I know you someone. That's got a lot of experience about this. I'm interested in that too but I love those conversations and that personal challenge. One of the things thrive on really. I mean you spent a lot of your work in life. Engaged in in really complex problems and solution finding and challenging situations situations. We'll come onto those in the context of Corona virus and lock down and all the stuff that we who engaged in as a as a country at the moment. But taking that first experience of you describing yourself there as a young marine heading ran Dartmoor. Offer run kind of looking around thinking. I'm already fast. Earning just left the game off clearly a very different man now. So it's what you do for. A LIVING. Now is to show people how to overcome those years and uncertainties. What is it that in your in working life shaped that young marine through two? Now I'm doing this for my job. You know some twenty-six years later heavily. Yep Yep so great question so. A recently got very similar. I was doing a presentation with the England football coaches and they I get my spiel mytalk. And a couple of the coaches came up on a chat after one of the guys said. He's I know you said that. It's it's the same as taken penalty and fun. I know you said it's the same as traveling to the away game. I know you said I said but it's not. It's not the same as stepping out the back of an aircraft at night on a parachute jump. It's not the same as go into a place where you know. There's people that would love to do some harm to you. You know. It's not the same really as it and I said. Well it's because you're not say in the journey all not say in this tiny little incremental steps that I've made to be not person stood on the towel. Rambo being the person approach in the area where things are going to be really dangerous for the team and the people around me. But what you not see is those juniors and it doesn't start with the end situation. It starts with that young marine actually for me started. I think much younger thoughts about this quiet lot Martin was. I was a young youngest child. So my my sister's four years older than me almost and and growing up. She beat me everything that I was the youngest sibling and I was very comfortable base. Challenge in being prepared to lose. That's why I had to do because that's what my life had. And obviously I got to a certain point in my life and age. That wasn't the case and I was a bit more competitive. Even I was always prepared to face that challenge that reflected on his that again. My own motivations for wanting to join the military in First Place. I mean I was really only after adventure finished college and stood it. Wide studied at college and I don't even really was looking for adventure. I didn't want. Just go into that nine to five job and but the what what was interesting. Now I realize is that are chosen to join the Marines. Which does that is whether it's the marines the Parachute Regiment. I don't WanNa get into that slangy much. It's the biggest. It's the biggest challenge that I could see it at points and for me that now I realize significant lots of other organizations and again no slender no slight on slander to any other military organization but in my mind the biggest challenge was either marines all Parachute Regiment and I chose that challenge rather than a different one and I was just prepared to put myself in that situation to find out more about myself. So it's not important distinction to make so important in in endurance. Sports is okay. What fires you up for personal adventure personal challenge and for some people that is running a marathon whereas for other people is just not you know so although the qualities you might need to succeed in that field maybe similar The application of those qualities in the field is quite different. So does that that make sense. It makes perfect sense. I'm not completely convinced. The application of those things is completely different. I actually think that a lot more similar than most people would believe because the on the face of it the the challenges look so different and shorter the applications very different but I I honestly don't think it is a walk into a very dangerous situation in your mind before you go. It's only in your mind. It's not dangerous until you get that right so you you left. I talk about Stresses in the gaps. When you're not in the moment and when you're preparing for something or you're thinking you've got the freedom to think about something that's where stress happens and your ability to deal with that stress in that gap and nothing can time. Maybe it's the helicopter flight. Maybe it's the walk to the dangerous area. Maybe stood on the towel round before you jump off of an aircraft night. Is those moments where you know your your world and experiences and the people listen. I'm sure now when they're a few miles in checking the data on that Goeman plug for you. They're checking the day to on their on their on the government and they're seeing their heart rates bit too high and that's not where it should be. Then the mind starts talking doesn't it? And the how how you apply that the techniques and some people will be a conscious of the. I'm sure people are conscious of them. How thick examples because I mean specific case examples of win because what I'm hearing is an I? I hear this. A lot with people might work within a coaching context. You know my own. My wife used to be a marathon runner and for many years she had she had theory of a performance situation so the performance situation in her case you know is is stepping into an Olympic stadium full of nine hundred thousand people millions. Yeah building to that point of of engagement of course in in your world that arena is is different right but what I'm hearing is you learned and learned to a certain extent to know how to turn it on and off when it really mattered so when you got to the point of of engagement yes whether that's an Olympic final at in the field somewhere you know what to do and you're a master of delivering use the word master but but so for me think it self awareness so again. I was always as a I competed. Maybe five or six sports quite too high level never anything above county level. Don't get me wrong growing up. I competed and a lot of sports and I can remember the feelings going towards the challenge. The butterflies in the stomach. That Shaw Liz is familiar with and yourself familiar with most people listening to a familiar with but I. I always remember being able to connect that to know that's happening because I'm about to enter the competition and entering that competition not contest is why I'm here. Is it not understanding of if I don't get me wrong there's a fourteen year old guy? I wasn't thinking this. This is all reflection but I understand now that have enough self awareness of well. This is your body preparing yourself for again. I I stood physiology. I studied psychology school and college. And so I got an interest in this anyway but understanding that self-regulation the need for self-regulation body is making these adjustments but this competition and I loved it I thrived in and I still now lover competition. I'm not I don't think on over competitive ask my family. Maybe they'd say otherwise. But I do like challenging myself and I get fulfillment from that and because it's again if you know if you saw me listeners. Do we don't know about the word contests. The root of contest is to testify to yourself. It's not about everybody else. You learn more about yourself if you put yourself in a competition or in a contest. And that's what I love and I think I've always loved the challenges that I faced in my career. Yes I've been surrounded by a high performance team doing on the face of it to most people absolute lunacy And they can't imagine doing that but really there's a lot of selfish challenges personally that I was putting myself in and I actually at the time really enjoyed that personal challenge because the known is something I've always like. Hey this is. This is something I want to uncover about myself. Does that make sense? Oh for wetness. The self regulation of the physiology is something. I've always an interesting knowing what you do you do now in had that's been informed by by your career going into the unknown not being faithful of it so you have to put that into context for people who are listening for them those businesses. That might be the first time they've ever done a marathon so they're not sure what it looks like and they're gonNA put themselves on the line and they know he's GonNa be at twenty. The kind of confidence trainings. Put me good place to do it so for somebody else. It might be rinsing themselves inside. Add to go under three hours for the first time you know. They're proud. Earning spent a lot of time in the cave. Just hurting and like what is it that you given your skills. And experience can offer to that context like give us impractical example. I think I think my my experiences of taught me the ability for this absolutely beautifully designed machine of body To to deal with suffering is so much greater than what we think it is and so every single time affair. Narrative will win with those worrying about what's about to happen the little challenge. I did on instagram. A few days ago carrying ten or twelve kilos it was a had a little fall to my mind. This is GonNa hurt a little bit too much. That's that's always going to be there but this body will just keep suffering way beyond what we think it will and and that's what I've learned and I think my experiences again people would go. It's got to be different but when when you have completed number of challenges and I know it's the same with nobody tries to break three hours the very first time. I'm sure they go and run a marathon for your average novice. If you like it they just WanNa completes it right. They may be of gotta loose goal but the person that's going to crush themselves to get three or maybe even quicker They've done some distance running. Before and there's a progression era of of belief self belief and again it comes back to self and so I've been in situations physically mentally for many many years. Guess but the willingness to put myself there for the my belief in what I was doing at a time but also the team around me in the performance of that the safety and security that people around me that I was working alongside was powerful so I would solve anything to keep that safe and I was really bought into the reason why I was doing. And that for me is the difference. Unless you've got a strong enough. Why you never going to put yourself into that cave as you as you describe it because there's no reason to be there and that's why most people don't that's why most people can't get their heads around this kind of personal challenge because they just haven't got a strong enough reason to do it but the people are prepared to take themselves and I know listeners. Somebody that's you know. She spoken about two before about how the ability to put himself in not hurt locker for such a long length of time. That's that's not normal. That's not everyone. Yeah exactly. It's just not normal and go to remember we. We all kind of outlines that would but with as would definitely off the off the average peak if that makes sense as opposed to outline his you know so it's just that willingness to suffer and when she got the context of Actually. This is how suffered through that. And I'm okay out the other end next time. It's not as bad and so. Yeah as a stressful situation. So this apply that in a couple of different ways firstly like in a in an athletic way so you you would have been presented with many stressful situations as I imagine. Sometimes either known detail considerable detail about the stressful situation before. I swing it and other things would have been uncertain and more enabled kind of a different response to have taken place to paps one. That was planned. Yeah and that happens in enough in our athletic career. Is You know we we? We're planning for a stressful situation than we try and do something. It becomes more stressful because it hasn't quite worked out as we thought it would like yes. Guidance can can you got. What light can you shed on on on that for us? Yes Oh yeah hopefully a little bit so all all those boy you've just described is very no more than somebody is taken themselves outside of their comfort zone. People love to talk about. Everyone knows that growth happens outside their comfort zone. These days don't they they just don't recognize when they're outside the complained because they hate being that ago. This is horrible. They'd like it and afterwards they go. Yeah that didn't work when I know that was you outside Your Comfort Zone. And that's why you need to get to understand and learn it so we talk about. Vickrey environments. You'll question was around. You know going into situations that have been. We knew we'd get a potentially be high stress or or not and sometimes we knew more about that the the the not we. We always plan against the worse situation so I think. The snowflakes coated pre mortems. We'd always have to take a lot of word enemy but they that's what we described as the the enemies most likely course of action was always spoken about so what we thought the people of where we were going to go what we thought most likely to do. We'd make a plan around what we thought. That would most likely do now. That was always going to be dangerous. That was always going. We wouldn't be asked to go there if it wasn't so it's always a fair amount of potential stress. Ed but we we plan against it as best we could now that was always also the enemies most dangerous course of action. So what the most dangerous thing we could imagine could happen. We would panic. H that as well so we would come up with a plan for every situation against what the most dangerous thing we can imagine so. Naturally every situation we went into yes. Those situations could possibly happen. Because you've given them thought so you've done everything you can controllables uncontrollables. You've done everything you can in your mind and as a team communicated what you would do well when this happens. This is what we're GONNA do and it doesn't hall lower the stress so of threshold because you'll more prepared and again I don't want to say this and the Youtube thing it just simply people to be listening to Columbia simplisafe. No I hung do it. You'll hear the first thing you do your hair. Well the most dangerous thing that could happen is this and the and the hallway to way. You'll go and you worry about that. Don't get me wrong you know. It's not like you automatically talk about it. Think about it plante against it and there's no fear involved and absolutely not but as you become more experienced being outside of your comfort zone having thoughts about it and things up to that point plan you become more experience and therefore have a greater capacity to deal with different levels of stress. You know. I'm sure you could sit in the audience of a team of orders process before we went out on a particular thing and you would go. No go in because you've had the little steps to get to where the guys and a teams were. That's the same with any high performance team Cannibal. Anybody into a high performance team that they're not used to work in amongst in an environment that not used to work in amongst then it's going to be stressful and not in. My mind is exactly where we are right. Now we've all been cannibal into this situation and that's a really really nice link into. I wanted to talk about next like because what you've what you're describing is something that we talk about. Lots in preparing for elite sporting competitions. But also you know anyone who's preparing to step have something that they haven't done before and do it for the first time. Paps endurance sport perspective. So it's exposure like I'm a big fan of of overcoming that fear and anxiety through personal experience so he can read about it. You can talk to other people about it. Sure you know you can planet but when you put yourself in it then you really learn what it feels like to reduce that absolutely you know that the anxiety and the stress and the uncertainty that you might have so in not wishing to sound really wrong but like if I actually liked pushing people beyond what they think they can do absolute auto turning making ron or a bike ride. Or if they're training for an Ironman like I'll have a go at seeing if I can break them. Yeah absolutely I get that completely my talk talk with people. There's a psychologist Bono. Who Speaks about rivers of thing can you? So he talks about rivers of thinking so the more ingrained you'll thinking beliefs etc on particular subject. Dp RIVER IN YOUR MIND. So this is how the brain works that bring works with making connections and fought successfully in neurons. Fire together wire together right so the more you think particular thing. You've got a clear channel immoral to matic automated process of why you think like that so you don't have to fortunate so you don't have to think. Why do we all stick to all the time? You don't think about that all the time you know. You've got very ingrained. Beliefs as to why gravity works right. It frees up your brain to think about other things. So the Bono talks about this deep river thinking sometimes. We're wrong and often we wrong. Actually because we know very little really. We're just very blinkered and biased. We live in a world of vices now to pull you out to those biases to pull you out of those rivers. You need somebody like his self or like myself in my with different experiences a coach so thin you're accountable to somebody that can pull you out of that river thinking go actually. What you saw is not quite rights because I know somebody that has done like names budget. You know nobody thought he could break all a eight. The fourteen eight thousand meter mountains hit time. He's done it. Nobody thought because it's outside of their river thinking because it's previously taken people. I years shortly. Six months ridiculous. Right will guess why he did it and because he he had a different context than he had a different perspective. And that's that's important and today now I mentioned earlier Kind of going off track about your question. You mentioned Luke Luke arm. It's what we used to talk about an awful lot In my former career. And that's exactly what we live in now. So voca fake people can Google it. There's a lot of research into it but it talks about going to test myself now. Well Volatilities v use uncertainty complexity and a is ambiguity so these this is exactly what we live in. Now we're all the volatility and the the the challenges outlet for now on the how quickly things are changing for as well think three weeks ago four weeks things would change incredibly quit and so this causes an awful lot amount of stress because as as much as we like to think we like to live outside our competence. None of us. Do we all need certain. Cnn lives and that's the one thing we haven't got right now and so we're just not designed to tolerate too much uncertainty. We need focus. We need certainty now. Said some people living very volatile uncertain. Ambiguous lives bought ultimately they get more. They get a better perspective. Do they get more use to live in those environments as they go but take them out of something put them in a classroom somewhere and they go? Oh my word this is what is so far out of my zone and then again and that's uncomfortable for them so this kind of situation with dealing with the moment it's complicated for lots of people. Listen I've ever had some discussions ran two things. You know the uncertainty of where we are currently and where that's going more particularly around where that's going without trying to overanalyze or overprotect uncertain future. It's kind of like scenario curbing thinking through okay. Well what if this happens if that happens? And then the day to day around the uncertainty of the lockdown requirements for example you know and actually we were chuckling a little bit to ourselves in not to take anything from the seriousness of the situation for you know the UK and Global Population. But when when we were both professional athletes we would intentionally and purposely put ourselves into lock then are absolutely salute. It's like well I don't want to. I don't want exposure to this world because I need protection from it in order to do my top effectively. Exactly that and that's again. I can relate to that completely to my my full. My career was spent in small teams in isolation reach from limited supplies with dangerous environmental outside that. That is exactly. Won't we used to put ourselves into have to deal with and it became a normal research now again? This is the situation stressful for me like the next person. I'm not a don't want too much like you. You know be misconstrued thinking. This isn't serious absolutely is and you know. Because I'm trying to think who I think it was Seneca that said we still feel more imagination than reality. You know our imaginations naturally bring their guess what I think he was because because Imaginations ruined wild. When we we have these ambiguous uncertain complex problems. And you know this is. This is human nature. This isn't human nature to worry behind. You had so how did you? And how do you deal with that? So for some people they will genuinely be set at home at the moment listening to this or running or whatever they're doing you know really quite anxious and worried about the situation because potentially that have had very limited exposure to dealing with this level of uncertainty as many of us have in this context. Like what advice do you give them to say okay? This is my take and his some practical advice from my learning to help you deal with this right now. Yeah great question and for different people. It's going to mean different things but I help people and coach people through self skills really so mindset resilience. It means different things to different people. But it's ultimately control of yourself and we're all in this together want we really situation and those things that are in control and in my mind as things that are out of control now. The natural default setting is to drift towards these uncontrollable things to worry about and we will start appreciation and understanding that you all going to keep drifting towards these uncontrollables because again it's protection feature in Moins to to to protect ourselves. We need to understand all these problems where we will always find the threats before we find friendly so try not to have been the self awareness to recognize. I'm thinking about things out of my control. What other things I can control. Now there's lots of things we can control And again again has lots of different things we can talk again self self awareness self regulation would be another thing. I have enough self awareness like. I'm starting to panic. I'm starting to worry as very well. Researched performance psychology skills. That you can work on breathing. Been the army. One visualization self talk and creating stress drains voice of stress drains like I use the illustration of neurosurgeons Doing doing a brain operation always a brain drain in I. It's controllable so that if something goes wrong than they've got a way to reduce that stress not pressure what we can do the same. What are the things we can do in our environments right now not selfishly? I might add not to make selfish decisions because in time you're GONNA regret those two to make your environment more comfortable for you and controllable and like for the current example. I would always wanted people towards would be to limit that information intake. Because at the Min- just going crazy with the news you know again another illustration used in the past recently is around car accidents. There's something that's well over. A million people die every year by a car accident over three thousand people a day but we still get an A. Call and there's only ever white line separates us but we just don't get the daily news feeds about how many people are dying every single day by a car accident. We just wouldn't drive anywhere if we did in. And so we've got to really limit where we're getting news and information from yes. We need to listen to advice and we need to seek the. The reliable trusted sources bought. Our phones will keep. They won't and our friends will keep Susan down the road. Keep telling US old things that she's said and that's normal and just understanding that is controllable in. We don't have to listen to all of that. We don't have to read all of that. For example you know my old world that we could worry about these things and being overrun in isolated parts of the world but we had to put things in place that if we got a sense of that was about to happen. That's something we could do about to announce this is the same. As now and that's really nice way of thinking about it in like just to to recapture something of what you've just said Like to help people deal with uncertainty. You said right one of the things to do is to think about the things that you can control. So that might be uncertainty around the current corona virus pandemic it Monte. Oh planning to do who knows when a marathon is gonNA be next on endurance event. But it's like okay. I'm going to focus on the things that can can control and then importantly you said a couple of other Really meaningful things. You said to know when you were thinking about things that are not in your control. Yes you know so that that's really important. I can think about things I can control. I can also know when I'm thinking about the things that are not in my control and then I think the third really important thing that you said which which comes off of that is I then have self awareness of what triggers my panic. Yes and finally. I know what to do with that awareness. Absolutely precision absolutely. I don't think the port important point Maltin is for people to understand. This doesn't happen easily just to sit there and you have to think about these things and give it the time that it deserves so that on reflection you realize. I was probably overreacting that and to ensure that that doesn't happen again because we're all the normal thing is to panic so don't be too hard on yourself when you'll start to drift with your fears to think of all the negative things that could happen because that's normal. It's normal to like that and so to understand that you're not been over the top but just understand that you need to find your Anka's that bringing back to the main the useful stuff that controllable stuff that you can really take control so let me give let me ask you. We're going to have to wrap up at the next five minutes or so guests but let me let me ask you a specific example that take yourself back to a time in your life when you felt despite all your training when you felt particularly fearful and potentially the most active control ever been. There will be people feeding that moment. Yep Okay. I've got a fairly useful. I think an example so I spent about five or six years in the marines odd volunteered to join special forces and just after the twin towers attack and so I joined. Uk Special Forces and Pretty much you went out on one operation for a six month period of time Whilst that was happening a few colleagues of mine Were be shelton maimed outs in Afghanistan. Now I'd never been to gunnison personally. This was two thousand and three another been to Afghanistan personally so I started to hear things about never really heard about too much And started to hear things about laugh. Friends colleagues of mine were and the sorts of stories. Susan down the road stories that I was coming back and it. We started to play my mind a little bit. And so I came back from where I was and then a future deployment my next deployment if you like without tough Ghanistan for the first time and I've been in my organization a few years than a because of injury been asked to step up to be one of the. The team leaders have won one of the small teams and and Imposter Syndrome. Hawaii was I being chosen all these things plan apart again. A very close friend of mine. GYCO my Jones had been a theory ensure he'd he'd run off the back of Al Copter and been and been shot and killed and then instantly and all he had done his right off the back of ALLENDC. This is something we've been training for for weeks months. This is something I knew I was going to have to do on a daily nightly basis and walks in my control. They're very little. Actually that something would be out of my control still tragic and something that affected me so the first time that I went out there I do remember the first time I had to go out on this first mission. If you like all the fears all the stories all the bad news. I've been hearing about friends and colleagues have been shot made my thoughts about what happened to Mike. And all these things were running around in my mind that the flight to the place where we were going was about an hour and a half two hours so all that time. My brain was Almost out of control with all these things and when I ran off the back analogous to thankfully nothing bad happened but not to former was awful and after the event came back and because I can't say much about the the team team mates a few people that laughed and joked just poked fun about my performance but it really struck a cold me and I knew myself but my performance wasn't good. It was the first time this is the same as a boxer stepping into the ring for the first time and my on Numata performance wasn't good and various things had happened where and I can reflect on it now and be honest and say you can complete. This is completely understandable. Why this happened but it doesn't change the fact that happened and then I could have done his checkout. I could've gone. I'm never going to govern face that kind of challenge again. You know. There's been no shame in. I think my immediate pays would have probably been forever if I look at it now. Ten twenty years later I can go without. That is actually something to be ashamed of. But I didn't do that and I the next night. We had to face a similar challenge again in the next week or a similar challenge and so just thought willingness to put yourself open to that challenge just understand the worst case scenario. You can imagine very very rarely very rarely happens. And that's good because most of the time everything's fine but if we think back a minds are. GonNa absolutely love to give us all of the horror stories that we can. You imagine if we let it if we allow mind to drift and to start thinking about these things now again the very very comprehensive well researched performance psychology skills that you can learn to regulate your thinking regulate your physiology to help you take control of the stress. You naturally feel in in these situations wanted. I competitions whether they're worrying about the current situation now all whether you're taking more slightly more dangerous vocation. Let's say that starts the reality. There's things you can do things in your control. And there's things out to be controlled so I always chose to focus on the controllables and for some people right now sitting at home. That's what you could do where you could run what time you go running. Absolutely they don't have to be they don't have to be big life changing you know scenarios where decisions sometimes the smallest simplest things that exist right in front of your buys on your day to day when you gather control of all of those things around you. Then it's almost like you can protect against the things that are out of your controls. It's like getting your house in order is in it absolutely that is it's an art shell. That's the great great illustration Martin. Ya got one final question for you. We are the same we ask everybody. We interview the same question. I'm afraid it's running one good right six months perfect training any like to do things well and you're GonNa Bang. I one single mile at a as fast as you possibly can. Yeah Yeah what time do in. Soma money's used to work in the metric system kilometers. But I I am one run one point six K if you want. Yeah now so so one miles so. I'm eight kilos heavier than I used to be doing it. Come on you try to frame your answer. Better perfect preparation. I'd love to run a five minute five and a half minute month. Let's say five five twenty five twenty two seconds. I'm no Martin. I'm going to go with five twenty. Yeah if you'RE GONNA Shave get as if you get a budget at the last minute. Everyone loves a little bit creek to create one ways a little bit faster until you keep. Jimmy stop now Jimmy but yeah now. I'll I'll go five twenty in good hands actually five twenty so we've asked hundreds of people the same question over the years. Andy badly and Mo Farah top. The marathon taught listener table with their with their three or four day. You're not quite highly gebreselassie. That at three fifty five just going to. Scroll Down Piji. Bit Forced Quentin brings you in with Olympic bronze medalist Kelly southern yet. She wouldn't take any prisoners. Ed Caesar who writes for wired and who followed Elliott Kip. Toga doing his breaking too so yeah. One of the world's top ultra runners be bigger interesting interview Karl Meltzer otherwise known as goat spent spent time in the mountains running very fast on his own car be good interview so he also said five twenty so there you go. How about that Martin? I am a tractor. Not a Ferrari Alco forever but our fast and saying shifted. I'd say I'd say I'd be Denault. I last summer ran a mile. Flat-out guys. I did five twenty six so I think we'd have a good Set TO BE FUN. I blow a gasket right now. We're talking six months perfect practice so give myself all right listen. It's really good to chat to you. Thanks thanks for having me more than coming on the show. I really enjoyed it. Point to your website Doritos UK so D. U. R. At US UK DOT COM and or discuss during this underscore GAZ on instagram than Yappy greater guess contacts yet we'll put a chateau On the show. We're putting people to your social in websites. Also you podcast. Must've May I really enjoy? I've listened to a couple of injuries on. Yes I really enjoyed it. Yeah thank him. It's called the data's mind pod that's right. Yep that's why you better cutler of really interesting ones doc Dr Fergus. Conley recently here. You're going yeah performance leader. You've had one or two with a few former colleagues which has been interesting as well. So yeah right stuff. Thanks a lot Martin. Thanks appreciate shouts out But it's been it's been great speaking to you as a. We've spoke about this before a lot of common ground in the way we think and We we we'd but everyone's a bit weird really. Thanks me right. That's it for another week. Mark Up to mostly staying home. I imagine mostly staying in probably going to be doing some running. It really is at times like this. That you're running is such for me. It suction fantastic par day. You know I love heading out and so hopefully early morning runs will still be still be over the core order of the day for me to say. But that's about it really. I think yeah I will be Rowing on the rowing machine. And I will be walking without another kid. I said I'll be home doing portland work. And hopefully enjoying the sun and clouds meant to come over. I think so. We shall see about bit. But but that is it for this week's show. Thank you to Gary Benford for. The fantastic interview are wonderful. Volunteer Production Team and you our listeners for the relentless positively. I'm Tom Williams. He's Martin yelling and that was marathon talk.

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What Being On Hookup Apps Is Like | #SwipingSafely

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What Being On Hookup Apps Is Like | #SwipingSafely

"A guess we have. Hey everyone welcome back teenager therapy. I'm geico and welcome back to another episode of hashtag swiping safely. This episode. you're going to be hearing from teenagers. That have personally used Apps like grinder tinder bumble or have experienced some sort of grooming or predatory behavior. And they're both going to be anonymous because we want to protect the privacy and there also very vulnerable and we want to respect that so it will be audio only And you will not know their names. I'm so sorry you will not other names but you will another ages in their experiences. Which i think is more than enough to understand what they're going through This was a really cool episode. And thank you to both individuals for talking to me. It was really great. we had Such a good experience is being up to here What they have gone through what they felt what they regretted and what they wish they would have done differently And they both gave some really great advice on what to do and what not to do so further to do. Here's the first person so now we have an eighteen year old from so cal that is going to be joining us to talk about his experience on grindr So be or like you said. When did you first start using grinder. I started using grinder when i was sixteen years old. Sixteen yeah so you were a junior in high school were you. At senior was in my two year of highschool. Now why did you start using it I think. I was starting to get into trying to figure out more about my sexuality and at the time there wasn't really a safe place to kind of talk about in initiate kind of conversations surrounding alley without being kind of targeted or whatnot. So i was also in a sports team during this time and i knew a lot of my peers would talk about in league reference. The app and i felt like curious. I've outlived the community and stuff. So i was very hesitant and kind of downloaded. The like didn't really like log into into like has encouraged it. Initially it was more so like a curiosity of not having been able to find a community so a community that was readily available. Will site grinders is like like. Let me see what what's like. What's the community like and whatnot around so you. It was because your sports team talk throughout right what sport. I played volleyball volleyball. And so you you had. So that's assuming you had a group of gay friends as well that could relate to you and your experiences. Yeah it was. It's kind of a little bit more than that though because it was interesting because like since they knew what the app was like they were kind of more like all like you should do though but like when you tell like a kid nuts like get greedy like of course. They're going to try to get the cookie. So like i felt like they're like subtle warnings was more like more For me to like get the accurate. Moore's like what's about about this like an op. So the more that they talked about getting the more made. You wanna get on the nc. Why they were even saying that in the first place exactly thing and so when you got the app a you said that you wear mainly on the others like you and stuff like that was before this. Had you ever had a boyfriend or you know. Had a chance. Exporter sexuality now I still haven't had a boyfriend so lucky. That nap has got me anything that way. But before this. I think the only like views of sexuality was the rue like pouring and also like movies like social media dislike reviewing of what sexually by but in a very kind of commercialized and Almost like non reality so very artificial. And i felt like my view of that was three masked by this like production quality. And what's it like sexually gay could look like algebra Fake so trying to find some more like actual real like these. With the way that i thought i could seek it out through the app. Yeah it's it's interesting. You mentioned that you don't have a boyfriend which is pretty common. I mean i think the majority of teens don't really get into a very late in their lives When you were younger and throughout your high school years specifically was getting a boyfriend the big priority for you. I thought like it was more. It wasn't more like a priority but it was more like having someone to relate with to share your own connection with and beautifully balanced off. So like i would get close and you would not like the talking stage. Where like you have to like talk about your day at work. The court quality with but it was like it. Never got past that so i felt like getting away with more like priority but it was more like by someone who you could be like friends but more than just friends with you know. Yeah yeah feel lonely because of that or was all these people around you announced to kind of keep you from feeling that way. It's an interesting feeling to say. I don't i feel like lowly is kind of like to deep over word. Almost i wanna say like the feeling was more like conclusive and undeserving. I felt like through my tribulations going through these different relationships of people whether or not they resolved in a boyfriend and of course. They didn't but i felt like all of these experiences demonstrated this sense of like undeserving of what i would. What i've seen through different means to social media media's absorb so interesting so the fact that you didn't get a chance to talk to people but they never turned into boyfriends just made you feel like you weren't good enough. Yeah in a way. And i think a big thing that i came to conclusions with. Was this whole other story in the kind of message behind like intersection analogy like rachel references which played a huge role within the community. 'cause i feel like the big steiner stereotypes in the bbc even like eurocentric ideals and characteristics. Are what people kind of gravitate towards and even worse like looking at like tiktok communities now like when you look at elche media communities in what kind of thrives it's more those like whites almost like hetero gendered normative that get conv- sculpted sculpted and magnified. So anyone who doesn't fit in these different standards are what austin got away or the fide. And it's kind of like hard to fit into this circle where you're just not meeting the standards. Yeah i i totally agree with that. You think that that combined with The fact that you have access to an app grindr in does that you think. Do you think that makes the app even more dangerous. Since you're going in there and you're feeling very vulnerable. And i guess maybe under appreciated definitely no one hundred percent. I think it's taken me a while to recognize this blake when you're the and there's such a variety of people who exist within the app and a there's people who kind of value. What your knee. Shes the who you are. It's hard because that's instant gratification. So when you get recognized or how you look and how you are for who you are. It's very like in the moment and it makes you feel good about yourself. So you're kind of creating more attention so you get into this loophole of warning to find more flat. And i feel like looking back. Now that was like a very toxic trade that exists. And i think it's it's definitely a huge struggle to like be in the situation like when you're in a you don't release the harmful and notions that these attention brings through like looking back. You're like dow like these people are definitely they know what to say because they know what they want and often. that's more. That's more of an expectation tactic. I mean yeah you're coming into the app and you're vulnerable you. You're you're insecure even So you're in this very fragile state of mind and suddenly put your profile. You put your pictures and when before you went on the app everyone was saying like no and you start to feel like you weren't good enough but you go on the app and suddenly after making your profile you know you're getting tons of taps and lots of messages and people showing interest so obviously that makes you feel really good about yourself. You start to feel like you know. Maybe they do want me and like you said these people are saying the right things they're They're comforting you. Validating you do you think you felt trapped into to that and believing it and did that ever get to a point where like you trusted someone so much and you later realize they only really wanted to use you. I think to a certain point. Yeah you start to trust people. And i know like a big term is used within the community is grooming so in the sense like kind of nurtured in a ways to get you to trust people. But it's like it's such an easy tactic when you're doing it on a screen like when you have someone to talk to an it's not like physical you're kind of relying on like what people say and i think young me definitely trusted people way too much and i definitely got into like different troubles with a but i wouldn't say they're regrets thirty things. You definitely learn from experiences and you learn who throughout and even if you like you muscle boy obscure lake make. What can i do next to like avoid situations like such but no yeah i feel like it in around like there's such a comfort level when you're really young and naive because you feel like you're being wanted but in reality it's like people are saying what you wanna hear so they can get a gratification for themselves to Yeah i i agree with that and it's interesting that you say that you you don't regret it and you actually learned a lot from it. Do you think that. I mean how do you feel about that when it comes to these experiences. Because you're glad that you were able to take something away from. But i guess there's also a sort of a a sad reality to that that queer teens are forced to live through these traumatic events in order to be aware of the dangers. That hide in these apps. I definitely think it is a sad reality. Because it's something that you kind of have to like undergo physically and emotionally to come out the other side. Be be okay with that and i feel like i'm lucky enough to say that it's an okay experience because they didn't traumatize me an didn't affect me hard and unfortunately i know that there are other people who who've gone through more extreme situations have been manipulated and then they are the kind of undergo a different experience with us. But i think i even sadder reality is that late individuals and young individuals within our community. Don't have like a more staffers. Space within like physical places like schools and different communities to have conversations about how. They're feeling where to look to. And i know it's like original intently. Grinder is not like a. It's not meant for like hooking up and stuff but that's what it's too and like can be said for like all all these other out super in social media. But i think it's not so having to change the kind of stigmas at the app is but more searching the people and the kind of interactions are making within their choices like. I know it's really hard to kind of change what people do but like i think it all starts with like one mentality Yeah for sure and moving on from a i. I wanna go back to when you first downloaded grinder. for sixteen. What did you find when you came on the app where an array of different things. I know Got band of times with to say that a lot of people don't want to catch a case which her good but really really. That's interesting though you got you got banned from the platform. Yeah no so. I know there's like there's like a way you can report people in moves for being underage. All these other things so being underage is definitely like i think away that greiner can abuses its platform to kind of make sure that people don't abuse the app for the for lake tile mathiesen whatnot all these other things but on my first initial kind introduction within the app is definitely noticing. How from people wanted or like. We're okay with age and keep were not So that was a huge thing. I definitely yeah and and hold on and so going back to that banned the couple of times so you were banned but then you were able to make a new account pretty easily right now. Yeah which interesting. I actually took in as a sign of like. Try again when you're older. But now i was very committed across at the time So all i did like make a new email and we re signed up. So i guess besides aids i found the other side of it that people were interested like i know a a huge tribe. I guess is like a a preference like older men with younger guys. And that's like my. It's kind of an alarming. Try but i guess like age when you think of it you you can think of it as like underage minors but there's also like in your twenties strive as anyways I guess in my pursuit of like looking for gratification. Kind of like survey the entire people within your community. I feel like looking at that. It's kind of you kind of pick up on who you thought or what people look like. Or what what people are within the ultimate community. So i guess he's for my first instances of cross dressers which i know i knew they like were thing because i grew up watching kind of parodies of them within different shows and such but like to see them in my own community and ambi- app was definitely a realization that i had but also like overall a huge a huge mixture. Like what you think because when you think of gay people you definitely have like astaire's and i definitely had a stereotype going on but it was interesting to see all these different facets of white queer culture and culture looks like and it's it's definitely not what you think because anybody can can be gay and like what they like but have a whole different lifestyle when we don't have to apply to what like media and what media tells you they look like so. That was a huge realization. I had That's interesting and did you. Did you ever meet up with anyone. Of course there who met up with people was how long once you got the app. Did you meet up with someone i think. It took me almost six months before he met with buddy. Yeah it was a little while. Why why did it take you so long. I think especially being raised in a very concerned household and kind of this reminder of like what's right and what's wrong like i feel like i've been in the shelter of believings like your people in your household early. Good people people who are outside our bad so you never know like people's intentions but it took me a lot of like trust encouraged before able to like meet people and non even right in a sexual way like i definitely off limit people like just to have coffee and stuff and those two are different experiences that i i kind of appreciate Interesting so okay. I wanna know all about that so that that first experience Why did you decide to meet up with them. And what what was it like so my very first experience as with this guy who's like visiting talent so he's from like vegas i think and in my mind like i think this is perfect because if the screens goes by i'd never have to see the source again. He doesn't even live here. So that was check wine Check to his sister's house and his sister was at home so it was like okay. Great nobody's whole Do you think new. So that was another great check for me. and i third. We had been talking for a few days and he seemed like a legitimate guy was like verified snapchat and everything And we met a experience. My first experience I don't know what to say. Let's just say as someone who wasn't experience. The with a expands. It was like a very an okay feeling to be inexpedient. Be someone who can help lead you. And he's thinking okay guy. He wasn't super judgy anything so he's an okay experience. Needless to say i did him mastering. And how how old is he He was a very twenty. The it's it's been a while so but he was twenty in early. Twenty s of interesting and the age. Bother you at all. now i i. I think he's been around a lot of older people. Like a lot of my cousins are older than i am. So i guess in that age gap. No matter like big is. I felt like i had. I was able to connect them connect with them in some capacities. And then even when i was like in schools i hired a mentor is older than i and it was just more about intention in connection so like just having someone you can talk to and be able to like just connecting some level i felt was a weight. The bridge communities so in that sense age didn't really bother me and i know it is for a lot of people but in my in my head it felt normal because it was what i was used to. That's interesting it's it's this is a really interesting point because for a lot of these teenagers H h doesn't bother them at all. They don't see anything wrong with it. They're okay with being fifteen sixteen hooking up with someone twenty seven twenty five twenty three to them. It doesn't seem like that big of a deal but usually when you ask them. If you're twenty three would you be hooking up with the sixteen year old. A lot of them are like i would never do that. So is that something that you personally would feel comfortable. If you were to have been that twenty-three-year-old honestly no honesty. No and i think a big way. I only got away with it was because i kinda lied about my age. They enrich. in retrospect. It's kind of like very bad. But i felt like it was something would It was something i needed to do for my own experience like that. Some experience that i needed to have it at sixteen But i think but knowing. A lot of lakes sixteen year olds age. Why people in my own there. They're definitely people who seem like their age and people who don't so i know not even with just like on grindr but like even within my own friend groups thin friends that i have who were in college when i was in highschool. There lay. No ya'll you're you definitely seem old. Uc mature. i felt like in that sense. I was able to carry on this secret life with having Interesting and I think it's interesting that you felt like you had to do this. To like you know as a sixteen year old. Are you saying you had to like you. Wanted to have the experience of being able to hook up with someone or you wanted to be able to hook up with someone older use specifically i think the experience that i thought i needed was just sex in general but also just like meeting people who i could have a connection with because like junior high school. You hear all your friends talk about their goods like the guy across the room and whatnot and different like social experiences. That i felt like i was listening. And i was like a big person went to parties either so i then was just isolated from all these social events and happenings that other people were having and it definitely made me feel like i was missing how i was feeling a bit of fomo but in a more deeper sense of nuance and looking back i felt like i could have waited because they always say like when you have sex with someone who you are closer with like it's better and definitely can say agree with that statement so younger talk should've waited but there you go so there's a piece of advice vice to give is wait until you have someone you could have a connection with. Yes no yeah even just like it doesn't even have to be a super long connection just someone you no and like trust with. I feel like a good. A good rule of thumb is like if you could like lift with their live with them. They're good person that you can be with them interesting. I like that That's good to know so coming near the end here. So i just would like to know what was what's the number one thing that you think is what was the worst that you experience on the app i definitely think communication and lacking of consent I feel like when you're younger with someone who is older or even if someone's like the same age i feel like if there's like a lot of dominance in over in this relationship in that relationship whether it'd be like just friends or just talking i feel like coercion is a huge thing that occurs and i feel like you can be roped to doing things that you wouldn't do and like as someone who is in super outspoken. I felt like there been linked different occasions. Where like i wish. I could have said something to prevent things from happening. Like even if just come through ability but like when you're in the moment and you feel like you got to uphold someone's time because not only is like in my mind if you're taking up time you think of their space but i think now like i feel like it's your own autonomy like at the end of the day it is your body and to have sex like you have to have more than one person like you can. Just be yourself so you feel like you have control over what happens no matter what. The other person says So there was a moment where you maybe felt regret. And you didn't want to participate in whatever sexual activity during aging in but you still obligated to simply because you were already there and you didn't want to disappoint them. Yeah interesting Well very sorry that happened to you. I think it's important to emphasize that yet. Is your body and it is your choice and after all these are people that you don't know any you don't owe anything to write it was. It's something that you agree to and you can opt out of it at anytime because it's not something that you owe them and they don't yo you anything so always make sure to take control of your own body and last thing that i want to ask is what advice would you have to someone who twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen and on the app or is thinking about getting the app. What piece of advice you have for them. I think in advice gives to anyone of any age. Who if only wanting to get the thing about it is kind of like asking. What benefits could you get from. Getting me off like i think looking back at twenty twenty twenty twenty one being such roughs years like i feel like social connections are definitely the way that many people have been opting to but like in what capacity do you feel like these connections garner. You like if they're positive or not. Like i guess like afternoon daily. What are your intentions of being where you are wherever you are like if these intentions or something that you would want it to. Like if they're beneficial. I feel like the two questions that we should be asking yourself if not more so like preventing because i feel like at the at the end of the day like it's your own choice and you should be able to do what you wanted to but just really asking yourself like are the choices you're making gonna be beneficial in the long run and if the answer is yes then i feel like proceed with caution and definitely be aware of the different experiences but otherwise like do what you wanna do but do it in a way that make sure that you are staged and how essentially being aware with how you're feeling in the moment like if you're nervous anxious like keying into like how you're feeling in the moment is definitely going to be a big saver in how things will interact and i wish i took that advice because i felt like if i had listened more so what i was feeling in the moment the anxiousness or kind of like curiosity like proceeding with caution. And just knowing what you want and how you're feeling is a big advice. I would perfect. That is really true. I agree with everything you said. I was really well. Said thank you. Thank you for joining You reached out to us a little better. Go to tell us your story on dating apps. you said that you kind of started this when you were fourteen So 'em how old are you right now. I just turned eighteen just turned eighteen. And what has your experience been like through. Dating apps in hookup outs have used them before. I have yes. What kind of apps do you use. An practically everything under the sun used whisper kick to scored Tinder for an a couple others. Zoe and stuff wow. When did you begin. Thirteen fourteen ish. You were thirteen and fourteen when you began season. And why did he begin to use them in the first place Well the house. I come from very conservative I grew up going to a baptist christian school in middle of nowhere So being gay was considered a san. And i just wanted to feel like i was something to someone. Not just this walking talking sinful burden and would you identify as identify as pencil pants. Actual experience like when you first began to use these apps. What did you encounter win. In how the even come across this. Yes so i just came across. I was looking at like a reddit. Form of where like gay people meet or lgbt members in particular at it but need a kick and whisper and materials who was georgia's hormonal. A was still recovering from a lot of the things that went down from those kind of things happened. A lot of very predatory behavior I tell these people my age shows fourteen and they would be in their late twenties and save that they don't care I'll get constant messages asking for nudes or asking for Sexual text etc and one of the biggest things that took a toll on me was with all these people every person i met at the same like. You're not actually gay if you don't do this for me or if you don't say that really there was a lot of people trying to get you to do stuff as a way to prove that you were part of the community. Yes and how do you respond to all of that. I mean i just did it. Because i felt i felt alone. I felt scared. I wanted to fill this void in my life of not feeling like i was a part of anything So i will. I would send you know nothing. My face was spur enough to know that but very sexual things videos pictures etcetera and these were all people that were much older than you right. Yes when what was it like when you did send those things that he tried to ask for more than they try to make lead somewhere. More intense They would ask for more and it got to the point where one of the women that was doing to me It was non-stop every day. Every minute my phone is constantly. Blow up with her Physically forcing me in descending news in descending videos really so there was a mix of women and men that you talk to was it only woman it was only when and how did he respond to this woman that was constantly blowing up your phone. I would tell I don't feel comfortable with that. Choose like then you must not actually be gay. She was like. I think you're just you know a straight girl wanting to explore experiment. Now just cry. I was like okay. I guess this is what i have to do to prove on part of your community. And did you do it. Yes and how old was the woman. She was nineteen turning twenty turning twenty anyway. what fourteen. thirteen fourteen. Wow and was there at at some point. What happened to all the other people you were talking to that you just stop talking to them. She actually because we were on mostly just like whispering kick. she would message them to be like. Don't talk to her. Like don't like that's mine mine. Only she can't vary like predatory and very protective and those other people were like this worth it and hoping they stopped. But i don't know. Did you ever talk to someone. That was your own age. No no why not. I just felt like. I didn't find anyone own age Especially like found a couple of like gay guy friends but never Never any other queer women weren't able to find them thing. How did you eventually realize of what was going on that. You need a to get off these apps Just the guilt took a toll on me about every time. I'd get a message from her. I would just have horrific panic attacks on a self harming along a hated myself. And i would just i would just look in the mirror and cry because i felt like all i was good for was my body and once i hit a Like a appoint where i was like. I'm done i tempted suicide. I went to therapy. I can't i can't take it anymore. These abstract you to the point of attempting suicide yes. How were you able to cope with everything i just. You know. I think expressing to lgbt youth mentoring lgbt. Youth has really helped me a lot on. That's been really big coping mechanism for me to letting them know and letting them avoid the situation but also when it comes to my body on how. I think it's being just used for that It's been a lot of a lot of work But i think the best thing. I was able to do with surround myself from with really cool. Lgbt friends that. I eventually found when i was older. And just getting to know more about mean the things that i love. Where did you find people. Your own. And i found people my own age once. I got out of my christian school. So when i went to public school and started finding people but it's still not allied only a couple of people. Yeah what do you wish. What kind of resources do you wish you had access to back. Then i think having the internet be a little bit more regulated in letting people know the behaviors of bad but also like being lgbt. I wish we had more resources. Now that i'm normal. Like i'm not like maybe people to talk to people my age. That safe and i know they're not grown would have been nice instead of just finding. Lgbt people on hiccups. Yeah that makes that makes sense. Do you think there's a little bit of controversy with these absent. People aren't sure whether they should ban them for. I guess they are banned for minors. But she do you think dating and hook up apps. It should be encouraged that minor. Stay off of them or should it be encouraged that if they use them there they try to stay safe and only meet people that are their own age. Yeah i mean. That's hard. Because i knew i would just say to people who are when these eating. You don't know who's behind the screen and so make sure one hundred percent that they are real and that they are your age but i think that comes a little bit. Older in life may be sixteen seventeen. I think there are certain age groups. And i'm like no i think you should be on it because you don't really know what's going on and i mean a fourteen thirteen. You don't really know morally. She chips ya. You don't really know about sexual encounters you don't really know about consent which is super significant So i would say it really depends on your age. And you know it depends. Are you willing to take that risk and just know that my story is just one of the many consequences of if you take that risk. Yeah i agree with you. Well thank you for sharing your story with me. I'm so sorry that happened to you and at least. I'm glad that you're doing better now that you got the help that you needed. Because that's something lot of teenagers. Don't get they get stuck in this. And it's also unfortunate that these apps and being on these apps becoming normalized For some people when they think it's like a necessary part of being bt q. So thank you for sharing your story. Yeah thank you for having me on. It was a pleasure. 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Best Of Week 137 - Dave Portnoy Does NOT Do Cocaine

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

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Best Of Week 137 - Dave Portnoy Does NOT Do Cocaine

"All Bar Sel sports will be relocating to Manhattan. We want to take it to the world but we're trying to take the site and crank it. The Internet what an and now barstool takes over the Sirius. Xm Airways what Bonner things club the scumbag club you cue to the shelter slots on the Dick Tra- I here we're funnier smarter better prettier than everybody else who's stealing our stick on the inter- by the common for the common man all right all right it is the Tuesday after Labor Day summer officially over dog days of summer over. We got a lot to to get to college football full weekend. Full slate is back. We got Dave. Out in Vegas chain smokers. Tommy smokes with a fantastic video today sort of fire back at caller Daddy. I haven't been I haven't had time to watch it yet because coq videos yeah. We got a a allegedly. We have videos summer saying saying I did not do coke at that party or that that I don't even know cop hang out so I can't confirm. That's what it was certainly only looked like it but I'm in the background. Yeah I duNNo. It's crazy. What so if you're listening? I got a tax ax from marina from our end. It was a tweet from Jamie Grady only all time scumbags who he put a locker total way back in the day but and I was walking down the street with Frankie come back from pizza view went to click on. It couldn't open it so mihe marine. I can't see it. She sent the video blocked. <hes> y-yes blocked in. It's it's a girl doing certainly looks like it appears very much to be some doing something and I'm in the background <hes> this it was probably about a month and a half ago month forty five minutes. There's more people there. There's girls there. I mean Gaza's there couple other buddies mine nantucket where their love that drag Gaz right into it was actually if you're my keeper. He can't let me take the blame is being put on. What's he doing but I gotta be honest. Well boys'll party like I'm thinking I don't care. Let's let's make that very clear. I wasn't if I was doing it. I would be very very careful of people filming the video. Is the girl doing her. It was a group of friends. Her friend took the video because maybe I was there but like you're not really incriminating me and I'm going to be honest my experience on how not to be the cool guy is if like girls like hey don't do coke to be sorry. You can't do that like no like I'm not gonNA. I'd say GRANDPA get the fuck out of our part. Yeah like I could care less like do whatever the fuck you WANNA do. We are in a private home. It's like I would never never think is gonNA get out but even if it gets like I wasn't even paying attention talking probably gas so whatever it is what it is whoever released that video thinks like oh boy we got got him and like my enemies are rappaport re tweeted it and <hes>. O'Grady like it's a pretty girl doing coke and I'm there like if my shirt looks fucking atrocious if not great look if I could have looked better. I tweeted it yeah yeah. It's like Oh. I'm cool like Dave's cool but I looked terrible and that is a shame and maybe that was why they did it. It's not has nothing to do with the COQ like there's no alleged. Coke going on says like lookout stupid. Dave looks that I could get. I look back at the I. It was probably the first day I had my chain gene so I wore something. That could be open but it's making me think now. The chain in the chest doesn't look good. The shirt will never be worn again. I will say went up to gas before four. I've been asked him. I knew that shirt was riding a fine line avenue. That shirt like not were you asked gas well. He was my house in come up but he yes so oh that came out so I haven't watched Tommy's <hes> and it's what I said. We talked about a little bit in the rundown. You say this if you told me before like I didn't know what O'Grady released or what the video was if people tell me there's a video of me being released by enemies. That doesn't doesn't even register. I'm sure there's things out there. There's very little not i. You can't bother me if you people don't know that by now it's like. I'm pretty open with what I say. Say What I do. Do I care about other people care about me seeing it Yup. I'd rather they didn't see it. You're not hurting me. Personally only like collateral damage type stuff so uh-huh but is there more was he in their Gaz. Whenever Gaz around is like so yeah that I could give a fuck less about again. I if someone's doing coke at a party I don't get up and leave. Guys is walking. I don't NEC- light-duty that uncommon common I could care less. I agree. You don't want that would be if you're GONNA. If you're looking to hang out. That's you've seen. You've got some good looking girls out coke and you're like hey. That's really a quick way to in that party. I could care less of some of his coke in my presence because I don't know do we got to instill some sort of policy moving forward forward for me like I've been parties. Athletes Elsie like no cell phone rules no matter what song kicked up like we weren't doing anything wrong so we didn't take to do anything but I honestly doing any type of writing. I don't remember someone filming it if you look at the video I'm not looking at her. I'm looking the other way I could care but to be a grandfather. Be like that's what I just said. <hes> sorry put that away your your hat looks like you're having a nice laugh so brand yeah you cracking people. There's nothing of that. I who's getting railroaded. Is the girl big time. They're like trying to get at me in now. This girl poor girls like doing coke on the Internet. She's the one who's getting fucking railroad allegedly allegedly allegedly it wasn't this. How would you know I didn't do it and they don't believe anything. Gaz and I say I would say if I did it that I'd be like yeah. I did that night well. The Internet likes to call you. A coquette emerges at a party where it looks like people maybe doing coke nearby who who does adderall and coke. You'd have to be a lunatic. I openly say I do out if I'm doing something to stay awake. It's Admiral. I've said that I do work. No no one's because it's coming from me but I've literally never seen I don't do it. Never seen him is family. I haven't either in Vegas trips do on a vegas. KP when I was like what I was shot ten and a half mats in under under I've never seen to do it either but I've seen a video on the Internet where others looked to be doing it near you at a party. That looks like a party that you look at right I again. Someone's like well if it it was being openly done in that environment in Dave was doing it. My guess is Dave would-be on camera doing it because that seems to be like the Pan to me. I look like shitting shirt. That's the problem nobody likes to look shit like shitting shirt expensive shirt too tight and as we discussed if pitcock as much as people are insinuating. I would not have been nearly as fat in that video guttering that shirt yeah. I be skinny so whatever I I just liked. NPR's John Skipper this John Skipper that when John Skipper got caught my stance was like why don't you just say who fucking cares did coke who cares I don't care that's my point. I know it's even what was the story. We had a coke story not too long ago. GAVE ME NO K. B said that you know there's something the the other day. Oh Patrick Chung right right right and I was like who fucking care but like New Hampshire. That's like you have coke in your house. Who fucking cares you get in trouble for that. I don't care so so if I will tell you everything. I do honestly with coke I will. I don't care this video. It's like the girl guides railroaded. I think by her friend and I can't imagine how else out there and and these were like close friends so you don't expect them to railroad each other. It is interesting that it took a month month and a half for this video to emerge. How how do we think got out who we think's I have no idea on the timing of it why it would be out like now if it happens. Guys is tweet it did if you go look through like see it counts. He's the Anti Barstool like a railroad and you. I got you too so that got me with. There's tag there today. Oh sees sales. I got more great for you to there's no videos that certainly could be embarrassing out there and like many people upset. There's nothing there's no got you. I'm not committing the crap. I don't commit crimes. There's nothing out there that you could get me where this is fucking barstools sports like Oh. There's maybe if the girl girl pretty who's doing it. I look gross. I look gross. You got me. I look gross. I wish I didn't look gross ever be great if that's that if that guy who hates you so much was like Kat. Dave looks terrible if he didn't even notice. The coat didn't know why he thinks he got me. They are thinking yeah like you said rigs. Maybe she sent it to a guy friend. That's my guess eater or if you put it under snapchat story we your is at one on snapchat story in somebody ripped it like hey we're hanging out and I do think there's a disconnect of some sort in his growing like as crazy. It sounds like F list. Internet like people now know me as people fucking certainly don't like me but when you're in that environment you don't think like if you're normal people who fucking cares like if the videos on your snap story to your but something knows somebody. My question is the timing why that would like how does anyone even a month and a half ago that that trying to try to sell it. Maybe like for a while. I don't know who would play Putt but that would mean their friends at turning on each other. I think it would have just slowly holy made its way around like somebody. That's what worries me about the Internet in general. There's so much stuff that right where of one of the slowly make it so. Let me put this way future videos. They always catch me off guard it may when it comes out but it will not in terms like. I'm pretty aware like of embarrassing in again. It's how to use is the term but whatever I I mean would expect to do. I don't know I guess be more careful. fucking care. I care about other people care about me but I don't care about me is part of the I'm embarrassed by nothing part of the requirement for your new guy now is GonNa have to be like phone snatcher. That's what I was wondering. I gotta be honest you gotTA. GotTa seem like you're an alias. CELEB- W if I if you came to my place I take your phone. I feel like such an idiot and it's because you don't care. There's very I don't care but but it's also like I'd feel like who's this fucking guy. I think he is like your fucking Caprio. Given that get you some cloud like chick. Show up there like a folks. It's got to be real. I feel like your own the equivalent of of like me. I don't know who that would be like. Let's just he's not so I don't I don't know man. You're pretty modest. Now I think when we go out now so it's your on par with something like the chain smokers like freaking out because you're there bike is very weird because I've seen you like but the people I think you're a big deal especially in a place like Din Tuck it or wherever like an anywhere near Boston New England like that but these girls were hang out with like day they all were close friends and that was like our friends at so <hes> I wasn't it wasn't like a random group. I think she's a Ruckus House party with random people no I think she sends it to one friend that she trusts and then that person has it or a couple of weeks and then one time they're drunk at a party like this video day trip as I'll take video of you doing allegedly allegedly coke that makes no sense moving there with day ivory our whole instruments based on people doing dumb shit as younger people. That's our head of social media talk so it's it's very common for people that have the film shit. They don't want it to get out. I think that about every video we post yeah. WHAT'S UP PHIL MINUTES. Put this completely like your pizza. <hes> review chain smokers like there's people in that video. They'd probably aren't happy that videos true true the chain smokers video. I would guess that's probably true room. Yeah listen. I guess a lot of that boils down to that and I don't care so it's like. I don't don't fucking care like I generally own everything I do. When that and I didn't do anything here by the way unless you're saying there's I <hes> yes like the losers and fucking Geeks of the world. They're like you see someone doing coke. You should a citizens arrest them like that's not me. I don't care are like coke is a very minor thing to me. Look at that loser with attractive girls coca his party lose with a shirt. That's ill your mindset that win. You see the video. It's like girl puts. Actually drugs fine fine five cuts the Dave shirt faulk terrible bad yes. I saw it open. The video uh-huh starts with her and it was a while ago so I don't know is I am. I going to do something here. That's GONNA be horrible and I watched the video and it's like five seconds standing there like I happen to be in the background talking but I wasn't so I was like Oh. I look bad but this stinks like this. Thanks for the girl like I met the girl. The girl is and like clockwork. She's like can you take. She texted me. Can you take down like you think I I've no fucking in India where this came from how it's up and by the way it had to be your friend like who else could have possibly taken this video wasn't. Gad's wasn't as it wasn't our friends. It was me in it like I was me so in her responses. I asked my friends they said no well then it's magic because I don't know how else it came out. It just magically appeared weird. What are we phenomenon and again. I don't care like I don't care where I feel bad for her. That's out. There is nothing like there's nothing. I've done that really feel bad for. Other people involved. There's nothing I'm ashamed aimed or Barris like oh I want. I don't give fuck about guys skipper ago. You did COCO fucking Gary. Dude fucking cares his problem though like sunk company this. There's like a video. What's that like. He had a problem like sunk or he handled it because like I said I think he was like if I was doing coconut video. There's some people I'm sure it would be like appalled even then I won't be like all right so it's like in the private. I got set up on pro as an idiot for doing it. In front of people like people who think I would do do that ever in front of somebody then you have no respect for like my brain power like I would never actually do Co.. But someone else wants to do it okay fuck I really don't I always a part of coke if if anybody anybody who has never been at a party where coke has been done in their life well. I don't hang out. That's a loser. You're a loser loser loser. This is the factory Lou Zor officials stands by so you have a new party coke in your by somebody by somebody who suck. We've told the story here of Loud Sean a million times. What's the difference. We've told that story a billion times time put his eyeballs. Pfc To save those are the Super Bowl Party company part yeah and we've told a million billion times. It's true yeah so I mean. I don't give a fuck like we've openly. I've said that I've said everything about. I don't give a fuck. They oh you got me. Don't fucking guppy if I had this shirt on that fit. I'd look cool dave who dave he's old. That's girls Campari due coker on Dave Fine Clo- The movie blow coolest movie of all time there's Johnny Depp. He's looking wearing ill-fitting shirt chain. I looked good. I don't know the whole thing didn't look at me. Whole thing didn't reconsidering the chain well no. I can't wear a chain with that opening my chest there. I think I thought that's what you do do. That's not what you do. You can even this weekend. I'm getting used this chain as wearing it over t shirts like I thought it actually look good in the pizza reviewer either Tennessee suit thing on. I think it looks okay with chain. Smokers video didn't look in this via. This video hurt my confidence thing. I think it came came out then. You're able to kind of assess here. Yeah that's shirts done situps. Maybe mixed in guy. Post is probably like mandate is GonNa have to reevaluate his life and you are but it's just basically when he self help me yeah. He's self help me whoever released video self help me and for the record not you're not a coconut. I'm not I've said that from again. I put the total my life at ten and a half ago under in Kevin Dan. We're busting my balls like Oh a number. It's like yeah go under don it not a lot. It's been twenty years since you were in college too yeah once every two years yeah well you do the math boy. Paul impressive impressive so whatever it is. What is that video like I said it on the scale of hey videos. You don't want release that was that's not even on the list okay. That's the that's the alleged cope video chatter. We're going to go break. Thank you guys for for hopping in House Vegas face. Good Look Fun. Yeah Vega's it was fun. I mean the the chain smokers thing like Paul said is kind of surreal like I mean. It's in the video but that guy drew one of the train smokers. He learns like I'm starstruck have you. I've had any interaction with him before twenty headphones on <hes>. I knew we WANNA do a review but it came through Kinda like our pr so it's like you never know <hes>. Tell me about messaging him. It was very funny story well yeah so this is the through the chain smokers. He didn't know who he was messing with it. I thought so Caleb. Obviously I knew they want to do it. I knew Caleb had some connection to the president cool guy just so cool so I was like. Hey Caleb. I and we're we're going to encore. We had like an event there so we're going encore. Beach Club Day Party and I saw the chain smokers happen to be performing so Kayla where I was review with them in in the past. I was out of town so I'm like hey. I'm going to be out there there there. Let's see if we can set it up cable. Give me numbers like here's Alex is number <hes>. I don't know if he said the last time I think he did. Alex Paul's number and we also expel at the time was one of the chain smokers so I texted the number of my hair. Alex is Dave from our sport context clues but that together nothing. I thought I'm like Hey Alex. Dave from Brussels. Sports heard the chain smokers are going to be in Vegas. I'm vague review and and like his response was like first of all. I'm one of the chain smokers we wouldn't andrew the other one jumped on the chase like hey hey I'm ju on the other chain smoker and when we talked a bit I texted gather. It was like hey guys <hes>. I think we're like Oh. You're going to be there. Come with us like just like. Let's meet up before we go over. It was obvious they were like fans and we're going to meet up. I guess I was like I think we're just hanging out with two chain smokers. He's like okay whatever his responses wants is very like laws airfare. What do you mean like cool guys yes. I think what we're actually like a really hang out with them and I we texted said like twenty four hours straight. When I saw their their sight I mean we had a section like roped off to our self basically I. There's a video of you guys. Actually trying to dance in place in it's not autograph told me that I was going to happen with both where's that. We were stuck right behind them. For forty. Five minutes forced to like dance. What's let's not Strong said it ten times. There's going to be real bad videos. Go these things I sit. I don't dance. I don roped off and we're in front of opening like a million girls right behind us all million standing there with these guys. They're doing their thing and we're just like you're in your muscles. The forty five minutes of techno dance Ed with a huge audience. I didn't know I just I said to him ten times times like this is. I can't keep doing this like I know. There's going to be like videos Amina back trying to do it so yeah we did it. We did the review. There is allowed loud and then they took up but I mean I. I think best friends with them. I'm legitimately I think now best friends. They looked like huge fans huge. We're going to do like I wherever if I came here. Let's just hang other yeah. We're down and cool nice guys. The amount of girls like there were like it was was there all like tens just straight line of tens trying to get their attention in me just trying to like Dan People. Why do you have your shirt off. It's like it was a hundred and ten degrees. It was a pool party party. The entire place with the exception of those two had their shirts off. It's like that's what you do at a fucking pool party wants. One hundred ten degrees the old push up move before smart. I forgot I did it to classic. People were like <hes> set. I look in the video and I was like yeah. I I look at it and then I remember yeah rip pushups beforehand so so smart done at the House that I didn't know I was on camera. I should ripped a center center house party. Just push ups just choose. The CO comes out yesterday doing push ups yeah. It was <hes> it was surreal. That part was definitely surreal. Maybe I don't know I I mean certainly a lot of people now now are familiar with me and Barstool and all that shit so again I don't really care I care about the people rounding getting upset about it but I don't care about me. You'll be pretty fucking straightforward with what I do like guess what gambling's like legal on pretty obvious about like what what I do with that. Shit so very pretty public about that yeah. I'm pretty public about everything I do now. The only chick that I wanna be public about is because there's someone announce that I'm like. They're not loving being public like the girl in this video certainly got more than she bargained for. She got she really Green Bay Railroad. It big time like what an asshole while these people. You're blur her face up be nice I did. I'm nice. I'm a I'm a champion of the people you blur faces yeah. I'm not trying to like just get collateral damage to a girl who fucking nothing to do with it. You should put up like if you WANNA re tweet. Video may use the blurred face version of ours. It's a really good idea Tommy. That's what Nice classy people on the Internet would do yeah do it right now. Tell me all right with that. We're going to go to break eight hundred three eight. Five seven eight six six five gives us a ring. We'll call later in the show. We got a lot to get to football. It's time they get to stay with us. We'll be back they aw okay we're back. David saw your tweet very nice. If you WANNA be a scumbag WHO's trying to you know ruin some innocent girl for no reason than tweet the video if not if you'd like to be you know one with class carries himself with class conducts themselves the Internet with class. There's a blurred version and I still see people. I'm when you're lying. You did it again. I have made no bones that I don't really find I I don't I I think tons of people do coke. I don't think coke deal. I would say if I did it period so I I would. I don't I'm not even nothing to gain. I'm knockin assay say I did it when I didn't do it. which would be the case? So why would you do that. I want. We're not no football. I saw John Someone Davis back big way well as in Vegas to this weekend so cash tash pedal bungee games cash all right didn't get killed at Boise state money line boys they I did of the actually luckily for me at offer Houston money line at Aria I had five grand through fan duel on Houston money line but I had Houston and with the point so that covered so yeah it's underway. I lost my mortal lock in fashion northwestern <hes> horrific fashion. It's as bad a beat as you'll have it. I don't know if they're unless that happened like four multiple possessions. Just you can't have worse than your quarter you having the ball aw at your own twenty with twenty seconds left and literally the only. I mean I have seen for some reason. It feels worse than pick. Sex like a pick. Six happens occasionally but to give up a touchdown when you're at the twenty. It wasn't like he started to play at the two you we'll have to scramble get tackled the ball bounce backwards pretty amazing ending in the north northeastern game northwestern Brenna Walker. You're happy with him his lock his guarantee actually locks putting it lightly. Brent Walker fucking sucks after such glowing blog on Friday yeah yeah he guaranteed. I don't like the way handled the loss either. He just tried to move past it. I saw one tweet like a win is a win. Note isn't Brennan Walker. You dirty bastard. It isn't not when you guarantee it. It's not like like what do you expect him to dwell on it. Dwell on it how it when you're close to killing yourself. Maybe that would help yeah. Eh One real remorse. I felt no real remorse. It hurt that it's his favorite team because he was like oh my team one so I can't riots at right but he had not not a guarantee that cost you a lot of money when you come out with your with your guarantee and it's your favorite team and they don't deliver why won't kill him and I was real low at that point because because when that game I was tweeting a lot when that game was going on I looked is going on five boise state's come back because Boise was like the three unit winner for me because I had them the points and money line in their two to one dog so I think they're down thirty one sixteen at half Boise something like that so so they staged a big comeback that save me. That's huge in the northwestern game was during memory at our event at Uncle Club so I didn't know how that game ended ended. I didn't see the ending of that game. I saw the score go by and like Oh Fox and scored with like five seconds left and as I said one thing I do. I talk a lot. Gambling like people just don't gamble so like talking like girls people. Why would Stanford score with like five seconds left in looking at me. Like what are you talking about. In for North Western just saw like they score touchdowns. Five seconds makes no sense and then hours later I saw big guess tweet and want to Puke Puke so this though all your pets as we can. We're just cash in Vegas right on your did book is about even. I want some Lake Games I had fresno. I add Washington state late so I want the lake. Ainsworth won the last three which help over although college football back. How about our guy. Why did you see me. Try to fire Kidde this morning. Tommy Yes yes I. I actually did fire him for second. Oh you're fired what happened. I don't think thinks named Tommy. Madel yet sounds yeah. I fired him. It tints stick. It was a one second fire. So we have bartle bets. You can go to parcel salutes DOT COM. We have a big game thing launching fairly soon big focus. We hire this medal. I had those interviews with kids to be like social deal for gambling like tweet out clips bad beads. Moose's that anything gambling related that's going on. You got to get it up so is following it. Seeing how Arsenal bet social did they were top stuff for the most part some of the tweets. I didn't like the tone I thought they were almost too kitschy and not real gamblers so the first thing I did did when I got to the office today got Gaz and all the gambling people. We sat down when over turn to evaluate like who tweeted. What do I like this tweet. How can we improve and Matt at all. It was in the meeting and I'm like he did. Almost none of the tweets was two other guys as I so you think like he wasn't in the office. The other guys are in the office now. I didn't tell them come in so I kind of thought. That was a little bit of my issue. Mike Hey Matt you know did did it ever on alarm. Go off in your head. Maybe I should be in the office or should I should ask what should I do this week and they hired me to be social. Gambling College football just kicked off and he and he's like no not really so we had the meeting and he didn't do much and I took a a little bit upon myself like I didn't give enough direction. Go sit back down in a hear through the grapevine. Hey guess it was golfing Saturday afternoon metal guy we just hired to be a social for gambling family so I walked over to my they met Kim. Were you golfing this weekend. I want Saturday. What time is your teatime eleven eleven thirty s. I was beside myself am I. I don't know what to do. I think about this. I may have for fire you a you. You have like a couple of minutes to come up with how you thought those possible walk back into my office. Turn around walk back out and like nope. You're fired but you have to be like how can you be this. You you golf at eleven thirty your job your first his answer. We're come out with like a gambling cave whereas if you US whoever all again was watching games twenty four seven he's GonNa be snipping this so when something happens like northwestern play when people watching it we put on the Internet will the gambling cave hasn't launched yet so I wasn't sure what to do. It's not the worst answer. It doesn't excuse it but like so you didn't think to ask or I don't understand. How can you not see the Games do gamble. Whatever but that answer my all right well? Here's the thing I expect. Your life is over like you have after now expect you to be here whenever I look gains on. You better be very tweeting. I went back to my office. Turnaround again walked back out to him as I want. You think whether you want this job because this is like a finance job now like you know in your rookie like in expect you they're like twenty. Four seven like that's what does this is now granted. You're watching football is not the worse in sports but I don't know that you know what you just got yourself into. If you're golfing eleven thirty on Saturday because you says last summer on the first college football like I don't think you have any clue. I still don't think he has a clue I don't. I don't think you'll last. I think he's going to be fired if I were him. I'd walk out is not worth go onto the punishment. Do Bring him in Bremen. It's almost it reminds me a little bit of Dana where it's almost he's like. I he asked to make a decision of Ono. I just can't handle that have another job here to go back. Yes fine but but in terms of doing the job that you have asked him to do I mean that's Barstool one right as you're married to the game. You're never off your on all the time and if you're going to be the gambling guy I mean yesterday's one of the biggest really like gambling days a year because everybody's finally back first Saturday college football of the year the guy we hired to do barstool gambling ambling social lose access to twitter instagram decides he's going to tee off eleven thirty on Saturday and a guy who plays a lot of golf. It is difficult to follow follow a lot of games. You're in. They're trying to stay around UTAH. Put an where. You can't be checking your phone doing tweets. It just doesn't work try. Tripos really really different than possible as man's. Os De leader three hundredth hit that he was on a boat and had a preprogrammed blog. UGH In the hit happened to be like a Grand Slam I think or something like by for five was the five for Yes oh here. He comes across <hes> <hes>. How much time do we have before the break. We can go six or seven minutes. He so here's metal off people don't know. I've given the background Matt as we hired. You'd be like the head of our gambling social or run coordinate. Be Part a big part of it <hes>. You don't need that violence because we're not taking calls so you can just hearing and then I explain how you're you're fired for like one to two seconds say how you decided you were going to golf at eleven thirty on the first Saturday football year. We we continue to talk about it as we talked about it I said. I don't think you're GONNA make it here if I were you you know what I put myself so far behind the eight ball so there's not worth the punishment thing. I have to go through and I would just walk out. You know what this isn't for me so what I actually do not think you get it at all like I look in your eyes. I only get like I <hes> the fact that you went golfing and you're like I wasn't thinking it's such a the decision but for me now in my head. It's like you're almost GONNA be content. Slash punching bag till you just walk out and I. I didn't know what I was signing up for. So how do you feel knowing now that I see you and I just see like a bullseye now. It's like I'm waiting for you to slip up to be like SIA. Ah doesn't feel good feels like shit but <hes> you think you're GONNA make you turn it around. I think I'm GONNA make it. I just I'M GONNA keep my head down down just work hard and like be here right I every day at at what there was never one point when it was like the First College football doc Saturday of the year your title Ears Gambling Social Guy. You gotTA codes for parcel bets that you like. This may not be the the best time for me to go golfing. No it did it did hit me and I didn't do that the right thing about it. I should just that's why he has no chance like the the recognition in your is is is l. I know I fucked up and now I'm going to do better as very convincing. I just is knock. That's why honestly would be like you know what this isn't. This isn't where I WANNA BE I. I I want my weekends. I WANNA be able to on a nice fall day not to go like look at the leaves fall and I played golf those late fall the perfect leaves their turn and you throw a quarter quarters at Bombay from Peter Morici Nice pair of pants. Maybe even like a Maroon pair of pants something breath chairman my rip. It's great. It's the best the only thing that sucks about it. As the leaf rule you get leaves leaves fall off the trees. You can't find your ball when he hit in the RAF outside of that SCR and are you a golfer yeah but big Gambler I but you're not because you you went like a big gambler and a big golfer would be like it's the first Saturday of college football undo like seventy and teatime right. You did like kickoff yeah well. That wasn't my decision. That was up to me but at any point really during around to who'd you play with your buddies. Lisa Dave's GonNa fucking kill me if he finds out yeah well. I didn't say I didn't say that those words I didn't. I didn't say those words I was trying to. I had the games up on my phone so I was trying to get lips like as playing and I was just like this is like this is my first like I already fucked up and this is the first weekend so I can't. I can't do this again. So I gotta just never golf on the weekend. I got over no way. I'm supposed to be one of those to do in that like next week and I'll be here all weekend yeah like I mean you'll pretty much be here till one's a super bowl early. February so like went the day after the Super Bowl like I I almost I mean you might as well like bring sleeping bag. I don't know how you're GONNA make up. It's crazy. Miwa sell those golf clubs might be next spring. Yes tempt yourself liking. Maybe the movie down where Jack Nicklaus takes a hammer the guy's hand yes like you may want break your hands so it's like you. Don't even have the option into golf. It's like why can't I'm injured. Tweet tweet tweet. It's real break a leg Iraq shoulder and still try safest safest off clubs kneecap yourself not a terrible idea. He's sitting it out it. I worked too hard to get here to just that's what I don't get that and it's like. WHOA and how the fuck did you. It seems like you knew it wasn't the right move. The fact that it was on your brain of mandate would kill me if you found this out. I kinda respect. I was thinking the whole time and I told my buddy John. This is odd. You'll let it get out then. What's that how'd you let it get out that you were playing golf off wide told so on only one person and I guess it got out who'd you tell Gal Jack Mack Stupid Donovan Jack Mack Right Right move to spread it a little bit because it's like Jack. Mack is awesome and if you see Jack Mac on College Football Saturdays like our blog has fucking everything up there. If we hire a guy who's supposed to be doing that's not even Jax job like an you. Find out the new the guy who you hired to like alleviate some of that and help and run it is out golfing. IBM Whoa Gimme a fucking guy in here. WHO'S NOT GONNA make my life a thousand thousand. You may be one of the dumber guys we got. I can't tell like why would you tell Jack that everything going like family death something like that I didn't I didn't want to lie it. It just well. I like that I don't share lodge. I like no. I like not line. I liked not lying the only thing I like because if you lie in it somehow how comes out then you're dead. Did I mean I did. I did fire you. You were down I. I was like you're out. It's the more I thought about. It's like it's such an egregious outrageous move. It's like what's the point. It's like you're out and I don't WanNa like go nuts and he's like no. I'll be here like forever I should did you post anything on your social media about playing off. No why well he knew because you knew is is putting on one day because he knew he knew I can't. I can't read some logic. Chekov is my dream job but yeah I'M GONNA go risk around eighteen eleven thirty. It is part shannavy seven so okay. Where'd you play the Glenn Brooke. NPA Yeah it's nice. It's pretty nice worth it. No no no no yeah I mean you're on the watchlist. Now you couldn't have put more of a Bullseye and I've been clearer like I'm probably mean to you real mean and so it's like that's why I was just almost but you say you want work. People have made comebacks. I've fired Frankie. I fired Hank <hes> so I fired people smitty kind and I don't ever actually fired almost fired himself. It feels like you still get paid for a while. I don't know many but to bring China. I don't know that anybody as done as wild a move as this right out of the gate when it's <music> wild so we'll see he certainly made an impression not the right one to start art. Got Yourself on radio cable punching bags. There's a little bit of value in that Dave Needs Punch. You Bet just lost a big one last week to get a new one. I got Dick Duck it already. Okay okay see here's a little card that comes with that. I don't know how you can survive. It'll be an all time comeback story yeah. He's GonNa have to you know what it's like. A pitcher who goes up and has a blows goes up the first inning and they just leave him in settles down keeps the team and the game. We'll have to see now. I'M GONNA fight him to play golf. Every Saturday like beautiful. Oh man we'll be out of wing. I want to say no to that. Let's see unbelievable. All right. That's Matt or New Gambling Guy who likes to golf at the most inopportune time is apparently Kinda. Got Unbelievable. Achey Matt Good Luck to you. We're going to step away last week the hourly back in a couple of all right right all right good afternoon welcome back to Barstool radio. It's a Wednesday which is nice. You know Labor Day Week. You'd a four day week might feel like Tuesday no wrong long. It's Wednesday tomorrow we have football of. NFL is back. We are white sox Dave. WHO's getting this stuff out of here right now speaking day or just coming on the show I did too. I thought we were just GonNa get another day of. I didn't really know I didn't really know what was going on. No I'll could go get him. Go get them close yeah. You just asked if he wants to door closed the set table here on radio <hes> myself and Tommy Right now. Dave Portnoy is coming in I see him. He's walking. You know you really don't know I if he wasn't going to be on the show today. I wouldn't know could before a one could before thirty. There's really no way especially Wednesday. During football season I feel like is typically the busiest day of the week. There's a lot of recording Goya why on Barstool Sports Advisors Week One was filmed today. I see that at the top of my sheet which is exciting. Sports visors is as electric as against were very into into betting picks here abortion sports dave originally founded barstool doing that ship which is crazy town crazy to think where it's come now but my point was that like if he wasn't going to be all day. I I just probably wouldn't even know until now anyway <hes> but he is coming in which is great news football will be. NFL is back tomorrow night so we got the advisers Asia Davis Rolling in now. I've been making content. It feels like a hundred hours straight today. We're just saying today in meetings in between we got this new. You Kid Ethan whatever his name is like a trial basis content. Get some attitude semi to blogs. I haven't even feel free to get back to me. Whenever as I dude gave you a little bit of that you respect that or he's an interesting cat. Go figure out what to do. I ship Snip Borton. I read my Shitty I- Sushi Sushi delivered. I just picked up five of them at once. Shove them my mouth. That's the only time I have. I don't time the pavement individuals Sushi. I do not have time after that. Remember when you five at one remember when you ate Sushi at your below your turn innocuous yeah well now. I get like vegetable Sushi because of that. I don't even know accounts was good and <hes> Salmon Hammond Tuna. You can't do tuna fellas tune. Turns bad tunas the problem. You guess who put this who put this sheet sheet together here. I WanNa say it's Brendan. Brendan still do does the brand hand up so the sheet on what we want to talk about Wednesday September fourth the top <hes> a subject barstools sports visors week one film today and what world is that a fucking subject. How's that remotely interesting to anybody in the world on radio parcel sports advisors week one film today Z. saying something for care so I just think that maybe you could touch on. I was in there when you film but maybe there was something that stood did is just kind of like a a jumping off point. Maybe something happened while you were filming that. Maybe you wanted to talk about. I just kind of think about what you went through in your day. If you have experiences that not relayed like or something we filmed the show. The show will come out. People Watch it. Maybe he's excited about it. Maybe he's stupid headline. Maybe he's saying hey dave. I'm so jacked up. I Love Sports Advisors while talk about stupid headline think about being Nice House that a good headline you're you're. You're looking at trigger your break. Maybe we do is that you can say the be honest. Honest Gimme Gimme cross eyed. He thought it might trigger your brain. have an interest in Costa was loud and funny. Okay what we're not going to give away like I mean I I don't understand. It's a show we're gonNA watch the show. I'M NOT GONNA. Give away the bits. There was some funny parts watched the show. Nice little teaser you set you up for teaser please only on TV this year Phillips CBS TV and the Website Yep. What an idiot this this Brennan Radio Brennan's with his head laws. You hear about nate with the fantasy football no so fast by the way at five five o'clock. I guess I didn't even know I know we're doing this. Fantasy football league and in the draft is now draft starts starts at five team Portnoy Goya's team yeah. We're all on the same team. Okay and we have the twelve picks so we do the wraparound pick. I had it last night in my draft not the worst I was able to snag Negga tyreek Hill and Juju Smith. I don't like you those picks up picking her. Either them off win win like you truly really are giants guy. You don't win outside in you went inside out even fancy football so the fantasy football right nate. DOGG is in it. The doll isn't it wasn't it the dog the punishment for League right. You really gotta protect your fancy football. You got to put a punishment for finishing. Lhasa people don't tank. Don't fuck around. Don't put up shit rousers. Don't lose interest Yup. The punishment is you gotTa do Radio for twelve straight hours solo seven to seven the dog once upon hearing that who is adamantly and passionately been trying to get on radio forever said Lovett tanking out for the season. I'M GONNA finish last I'll do the radio kicked out a league. Is He mad about imagine. He's not too happy. I didn't know if we just got word that he stormed out of the office. Oh wow go. He left the office. He packed up his backpack and left. Yeah you gotta be kicked the League for that. You can't have somebody intentionally tests the whole point of the tank role but come up with a better punishment. I mean the dogs been trying to get a radio for years. I think a lot of people probably do we have do. We have the original nate. Dogg show native that JV are was on in the in the office or like before the move like audio before the New York when he would do it just nate at night or about when he was had jj AJ vr no well. I think the part I'm talking about was JV on the studio. I love you Tony. But the part one of my JV are on the I didn't know if that was before or was is in New York and there was build up to it. He had the graphics people created the native. Now we have it. We Promo have that and it was video of it it. was you call them. Walter cronkite it was so bad and nate we'll go to his grave saying it was like Letterman in his prime nine. Good I mean he really thought it was great and I remember after that. I was like you're not doing that and then him in. Smitty talked about do a show and I said you have to wear the spider mask if you know where the spider maps no show in AIDS like that stupid. Nobody's GonNa like that. Everybody's GonNa like that is like you. You don't know what what people want I do in the show never happened because nate never agreed to wear the mask but that first how that I show JV are the fact that JV are was the one and only yest- on nate night is something and he that show it was he thought Walter cronkite he took it so serious like nightline was crazy. He did one episode. Thank you resolve the build up. He was really excited about it. There's teasers crazy little teasers. He went around with John Kelly and filmed in stairwell other locations that one show canceled. I don't know if it will translate. You have to nate at night. Oh I can't hear Shit my microphone headphone so I hope we're live but <hes> welcome welcome. This is nate eight at night I ever ever all out pete now. I'm screaming my mayors but <hes> welcome the night show what a fucking rallied by the cubs out there while <hes> we thought damaging the they're just get electrocuted to death and then he turned that shit way around with the Rally Charles so this is it. This is the night at night I ever episode that officially is from the million dollars studios only of this all started like two years ago two and a half years ago when I used to get really drunk and pull out periscope and just talk at like two. Am and then it just kind of built on itself build itself. I tried to make it like a regular thing on periscope did that for a bit conway brought it back to the whole. Smitty cast when I just threw him into the wolves. I mean should this be. How long is this. I guess the masses the the bosses like gave me my own thirty two minutes thirty two minutes press right to break on Iran over so that's OK though because that was an all should we just let thirty minutes of native that I got some. What are we doing here. I don't know where you're GONNA. Shoot the shit. We're going to see a brain right probably drink. Let's let it run half an hour a replay for seventy tonight. It's four nine nine so we'll meet back here thirty four thirty nine many should we do it at five when you have to go for that drafting what we can do the draft here. Okay all right so we'll see back here in like half an hour. I love it all right joy. All right. I was the dog I was native night first and only episode ever couple years ago that had to be of Nate's people. There people saying they got needed night. It's the worst thing that's ever happened in their lives. They're debating killing themselves. They're gonNA UNSUBSCRIBE UNSUBSCRIBE from serious. <hes> whatever Sirius' can to competition is that so they're not fans of. They parceled aid us. They're going over to dead's you name it. They're saying it I look at it very differently. That's history you just listened folks to history is never been replayed that that night at night was a seminal moment in Barcelona history and as you heard nate say and sign off each and every Tuesday ten pm the shows we can get better. It got cancelled within two minutes of it. Ending nate still to this day naked listen to that dot was great radio. Dave doesn't know what he's doing. I'm an electric factory so this all for why do we play the nate at night because if you're listening there's a fantasy contest here fancy football league last place. You have to do seven. AM or seven PM to seven am radio on Sirius by yourself nate who really considers him the best on air concerns himself the best on air personality that we have was intentionally Angela going to tank to get that slot to reinvigorate nate at night in his rightful place upon the throne of Barstool radio. He got kicked a League intentionally tank. He grabbed his backpack stormed out went home. I feel like he's done that ten to twenty times during his career something storm out yeah the nate nate how the potent goal will call it like you know you do an out and up for Paul potent go and then we started talking tonight. We put it on twenty. Seconds doesn't do justice you gotta listen to the whole thing. People's ears were bleeding lot of comments but we were listening <hes> it is part history. There's certain things you just you know whether it be the first rundown. There's old one day will play an original. Barzel power like the I listened out the other day the first time meeting L. Eeo were on the Rayo together the very first time we did anything resembling radio. Those guys just took calls right. Yup At work right Eh but needed nights in the museum for better for worse. It's in the museum. It's in the hall of whatever you WanNa. Call it nate nights there and all you listeners in your carbs who were like. I'm just GONNA drive into oncoming traffic drive off this cliff. Whatever you're thinking of doing whatever bodily harm you're thinking of doing to for yourself by being forced to listen to that runt for thirty minutes a nate at night you better for it makes you appreciate appreciate me and everybody else here more in you really it's not easy being stolen on everything just laughs and jokes. Sometimes you gotta put up with little nate eight at night. Sometimes you gotta earn it. Yeah Yeah. Earn your drinks. Yeah you get arnie drinks. You want to earn good radio. You gotta listen they at night and shame on you. If you change the channel honestly honestly it's fun. Sometimes you gotta go to Barstools school and that was having to deal with NATO. Listen you think that's tough imagine and me who has to meet with nate rambles on. I have like ten to twelve nate at night episodes. I was just me and him and I just looked with glazed over eyes. Pass them listen to him. Tell me how the world should work and I don't know anything. Welcome come to my work. Welcome to my world. So how do we how do we think it feels about needed night being played on our flagship radio show for the four thirty. I think he's conflicted. He probably is mad that remained jokes but there's a much bigger part of him. He's like the world finally gets just see my work and they're going to finally see what I've always known and I'm like Prime Time Guy. He's thinking jokes on them. I just got native night on our flagship. Show an Dan like why isn't my phone ringing from serious being like hey do you. Do you just want Charlie six yeah. Do you want like the morning drive or the afternoon. Drive Derive on whatever most popular station is because that like we listened and we love it. Honestly we're laughing. That's that's how delusional he is in regards to how good he thinks he is at radio and on Kim deal it's. I don't know how those tend to a neighbor. The greatest thing about nate nate or the most unique is neat is always at his best when he thinks he's at his worst these at his worse when he thinks he's at his best like when he's doing content he wants hidden. It's cold when he's putting stuff out to the world. It's the worst with exception those videos you made in Vegas that were so bad they became good. I didn't publish them and then he complained. He's like they're so good and they were so bad that they became good. Professor needs videos do well to those are those are good professor videos. Are Those are good. So since we did the full made at night episode we are now forced to do yet another break so so we're going to go away for a few minutes and I apologize for that. I wish we didn't have to break soon to listen decision. Yes the honor decision. We're GONNA pay the bills you want this. I'll you guys would be one hundred dollars a minute if we didn't have some ads in here we're trying to keep these prices down. WE'RE GONNA go try to keep. I wish I could talk all day long by doing a break right but we can't so we'll be back are chain. Smokers Dave's boys so he thought Vegas Pizza Review Dancing awkwardly forty forty five minutes to make sure it happens because you wanna be such good friends with these guys turns out. They threw what looked like. I guess it was yesterday. I showed the break. Yes showed the story. If you you look at the chain smokers instagram I mean it looked like the best part of all time we're clicking on random girls you see it in their hundred eighty five thousand the following and they're we're all like hot so I I did. I did text them being like hey guys the party you through look like fun loved watching it and they said yeah you gotTa. Roll through through the next I mean I don't know how to know there's party thumb seeing. I can't roll the party that I see after the fact on instagram. What are you gonNA Walk Down California for weeks. This isn't like Yeah Party. The avengers where you can create time travel and go back like has party back so I can go. Do it like yeah yeah no shit. I should go to be so out of place although the Saudi I actually like don't know how to have fun at parties like when I mean that like I don't dance. I'm not like doing pool games on like city sitting in a corner being snarky like I just would prefer to make fun of everybody a do people watching yeah and if there's games on a watch them and then like that's it and then you'll talk to whoever whether they care about sports out about Iraqi because I have nothing I'm not like real good good at like small talk with people. It's like Oh. Hey how's the weather now. I I don't care. I don't know what to say and if you WANNA find one person to talk to you can't spend the whole Party with right because they probably want to split time the guy at the party like leave the conversation with because like why go to talk to other people like I'm just going to stay here. I'll take a lot of bathroom trips trips. If I feel like the conversation's going nowhere called a reset trip go to the bathroom. Come out find a new group at so. Is that a wedding this past weekend. We were talking about how the go to move at a wedding when you run into someone for the fifth you know you have to have the same conversation. Thirty seven times is just aren't going to run to the bar and get another drink and then you end up. Everybody gets absolutely smashed because you're just basically awkward. Drinking drinks really fast that you get the hell out of there and can use your excuse to go again but I will say Dave to. You're not great elevators awkward and older. I know everybody is a little bit but like I don't even bother talking to people elevators whose elevator is an elevator somebody who worked here today. We just pretended like we didn't know each other. Not a word said that's probably the best move not a word zero. Did you know each other yeah. He works here. Don't really Mike. We got a bunch of calls. I think people is one complaint now. This is where people I mean. I'm a benevolent leader like a lot. I I don't have to let people you can call in right now and complain but I will because it's fee turnarounds fair-play Frankie what's up Hello Yup. Hey Frankie you know <hes> I just WanNa say that you're you're strongman for having to deal with that with with that guy may each and every small baby life. Ya Yeah for thirty minutes there. I thought I wanted to kill myself right right. Thousands that was rough in a Lotta respects route yeah. This is a lot OUGHTA respects making you listen to that. Nate night is like if you get leukemia and get through it. You have a new appreciation life like if you listen that nate at night you have an appreciation of me barstool everything. It's like Oh my God took a near death experience correct yeah. You almost died in a car crash. You just had to listen. It's an eight for thirty minutes. You come out. It's over the birds Chirpin. The butterflies are bright. Rainbows everywhere your life you got through it. You came through the other side. Fact this is turned into an hour plus roast of nate <hes> so are France. Football drafts has just started. Why peace texted me that. Roan ruin wants to treat the number one overall pick for twelve and thirteen like we'd get the first pick and he'd get twelve and no. I like the RAPA. Is there a definitive initiative number one this year <hes> saquon pretty much but he's gone number one all over but if he's not going to give us like a better pick than I on the last round pick what I think he. He wanted women have he wants to trade. The one for the wrap arounds yeah but it's like we're done just getting one less player. It's not like we're getting his first round. Pick and throw it would have to be to Fatu. Let doesn't seem to be oh well. Tell Rhone no chance. WHAT ARE WE IDIOTS. It's try Ron. Sake onesie over and I. I don't play fantasy. I just can't get into it does not enough prizes for me and I had so much so I don't even know so. saquon is the universal number one pick who has mahomes to now homes is forty why quarterbacks galet backs or less fast. It's always running backs six years. I don't like building outside in and I don't think receivers are predictable so give me give me the the running back act depth chart and I'll tell you who should be going all right Saquon Barkley Yea Shin McCaffrey Alvin Kamara Zeke. You want just running backs right yeah. David Johnson a McCaffrey from the panthers is too yeah. He's the number two pick well especially. Pr because he catches like one hundred right okay <hes> James Aims Connor Levy on Bell Nick Chubb Dalvin Cook Joe Mixing Todd Gurley carry on Johnson Leonard Fournette Aaron Jones devante Freeman fifteen okay. We'll see what's on the board when it comes to our pick if we do some magic. Mike what's up. Hey what's up razz. I <hes> just WANNA call about Barstool nate <hes> <noise>. Excuse me being bad for my health. I usually put it on the radio and go for run and listen to you guys and deter laughing and get inside and like shower yeah. I mean I'm sorry I I didn't want to have to do it but sometimes you have to do things you don't WanNa do that's. That's just life. I taught everybody life lessons. Danny what's going on gentleman <hes> I missed the first nate at night like everyone what else in the world so I- powered through this one and you know the one remotely somewhat interesting question you asked about. Tom Wills perception. You didn't let the fucking doc in guy answering cut him off and switch to something else so <hes> thanks for putting me through that fever and some of the question for him. I mean honestly at some point. I'll be gone and who knows what this company will be. Maybe they'll be a trivia question someday. who was the one guest on tonight tonight? I mean that is a Barstool Trivia question half now JV. Are you have to it yeah. If you're ever GONNA do Barstool Trivia you gotta that one's coming you. GotTa know the answer and today I think people learn the answer. I would've loved to have been a like almost inner space in J. Vr's brain when he was doing nate at night and what he was thinking was like i. How did I end up here. That's how did I end up here moment. How did Jay VR hockey player millionaire end up spending his Tuesday night with the Nate Dogg yeah. I know he had done stuff with borstal challenge needs. I don't think so I was stunned. When I saw it Derek would he got sorry took Dave. I just wanted to call and say thank you. Thank you for what you do. Thank you for who you are because that's thirty minutes. Let's if you had to put that on again. You didn't WanNa do that. That's something you just had to do and we don't know. Sometimes we gotta do kind of like you said and so we just. WanNa I just WanNa say thank you brought it you do <hes> in lieu of how horrible made at night is thank you. I appreciate and people know there's no grand plan. I don't walk into here being like Oh. WE'RE GONNA punish people people. It starts organically. I didn't even know the neat story till you guys like told it and then you know so eight at night just no way it'll be disingenuous by me to everybody to play like twenty seconds at eight at night. That doesn't give you a feel of how bad it was. You have to play the whole thing. You have to feel it in every bone. You have to feel every fiber. Oh my God. This is the worst thing I've ever heard in my life. You know what it's like. It's like stepping outside when it's cold outside for the first committed to couple minutes. You know you can brave you kind of like. This isn't so bad when you're outside for a half hour hour two or three hour straight your bones start to chill to their core. That's what you have to get with the full night. Experience are people really just thankful <hes> shape Steve. What's up amy that was worth radio. I've ever I if that's a part of history PA history though I never want to be involved in made I was worse than war to meet with storm in Normandy. Normandy is horrible. I I turn on the radio late on auto tune straighten that I'm like fuck this. I'M GONNA take my dog for a walk to talk for a fucking woke. Come back fucking like twenty minutes later. It's still fucking going on me. I'm GonNa fucking nightmare about this. Shit me. Hang out in fucking this and yeah. You're right but it's like again. I think it's a fair comparison World War Two. There was some atrocities. You just don't pretend it didn't happen there. In the books. Yeah Holocaust happened and people need at night happened. I'm not saying they're equal. Level of looks tossed leads to events both happened. It's GonNa look like something the Holocaust FM late at night up. Those are two events that have destroyed. They both happened. I'm not saying nate at night is anywhere near the global catastrophe that the Holocaust and World War Two no but it's bad troy what's going on. SNORE SNORE SNORE press snort. How the hell do you deal with that fucking Indian it all day long man who's really appreciating have grown a appreciation for event thank you. I appreciate you go PRISCO law people using a snort annoy here in that a decent amount to lap. Yeah Norton Roy Portnoy slow knowing I saw there was a big story. I did the I- EMOJI. I guess this hurricane aim was to be honest. I'm not downplay. The hurricane make a move hurricane like how many fucking hurricane for God damn month where where the fuck is this thing well it hovered over the Bahamas. It just stopped moving or something one mile an hour over the Bahamas. I've been hearing about this hurricane since the fourth of July Hi. What what's the deal can someone I'm going to Clemson? We ever called show. Is the hurricane like or is it still like I know the bomb again devastated but is it like oh I own is sitting there like what is going on it. No joke was just sitting there for several days. I believe now it's moved on. It was gonNA touch parts of Florida that seems to have mostly missed that and now they're not sure exactly where it's going up. I think it was down to what a category the Go-to last time. I'll something of that category. Too is a sun shower. Isn't it yeah so it was up to a category five obviously when it was over the Hamas last time I saw it was down to a category RETU-. I haven't seen the latest update since maybe early this morning so I'm not sure it almost I hope nothing happens because his lowing people all right all either make again. Make your move making move like I do something. I do think it's these things I can pick up steam again so he can't down to a category two. They could pick back up so I'd be careful there. Mr Clinton boy but yeah. I don't know I'm not I mean whatever's cleanse of Florida. I heard it was the worst hurricane ever for Florida but it just isn't now because because it missed it and it was like the worst thing ever for all the Bahamas. It's crazy because I feel like all and maybe I'm making this up like what was the one that that just devastated nujis- Sandy yeah it's it's like. I don't remember a built up to San. Sandy APP is like Oh shit it was Har. I don't feel like you always know which ones are those one. They were talking like you know he's fucking. Mohammed Ali and why would argue they do that in response to having not done it properly before right there well then you gotta you gotta you. GotTa manage this. The warning started too far route. People are evacuating feel like two months ago. Pray for the Bahamas. Yes seriously they got smart. They got hit hard <hes> Jack Jack No. I know I just want to thank you for <hes> for that historic moment. You came to us with native night. It's a moment I'll always remember where yeah I was. Just just wanted to thank you for playing that historic moment thank you you're welcome. I felt like I had to do it once. It wants need eight at night started. It had to go just had to go. Turn all three all right. Welcome Great Call Jack. The guy's name was Jack. I believe you said. You had Jack Mack story from early. Oh Jack I love Jack Mack. He's one of the best workers we got college football covers. Everything watches it. I felt bad because I do like him. I respect respect guys work hard and he works his fucking ass off. He was on the college football show. I'm not sure how he ended up on there to be honest but he knows everything about college football so maybe that's why but I cut him. After I show you walked today Sullen sad so what happened in the college football show while I kinda just one no like you're boring. Some guys are built for on camera nate. He's not he's just one of these just not not dry so I felt bad and and I do really like Jack. Mack told him he was boring. Yeah what did he say to that. Okay I mean. I don't think he loved hearing it. I'm like you're I I didn't I. I sat in a way because I like him. I wasn't like you're boring personally. I thought you were boring. What do you think you think that is the right call yeah. I really like Jack Mack too. I think he's a hard are work every time we're here late night doing <hes> four play. I'm always stunned. He just sitting at his desk clipping clips. It's insane sitting in a grievous <hes> but when we were watching it in the control room at one point. I was like Jack Macaroni. Show here come on. Let's go you gotta get it up. He had really good stats like stats but his delivery wasn't lying. It's just not built for like a TV show type thing. He's not the first time so I don't know like yeah. I feel very few people I've encountered who have greatly greatly swayed what I thought about them in terms of fun era so it's like you either have it was not like that. You don't think you can moderately moderately. have it in grow into it but you either have that on air charisma you don't. I think it's very hard to note not all in all of a sudden it grows natively nate said it would grow. I think we all agree has not. We're about to be on the clock we are can you tell me the pecks yeah so right now. People had are gone Barclay McCaffrey Kamera Zeke David Johnson Hopkins Adams Julio Jones tyreek Hill Obadele so now Lights Camera Borstal pick is picking up so it's GonNa have to text the pics to wipe what are the what are the running backs available Nick Chubb. Don't love him with Kareem. Hunt coming back but then we got James Connor Leon Bell who's Connor on now but this is the area okay Alvin Cook Joe Mixon Todd Gurley or the top running backs mix in Cincinnati due to Geo Bernard. I think think is still there but he he's the guy in Cincinnati in cooks Minnesota where on the clock findlay I only have thirty seconds apparent. WHO'S THE TO MINNESOTA <hes> are. They lost TVs Murray. I'm not sure off. The top of my head Calvin Cooks the guy you're Donald Cook three takes guy. Oh Yeah Yeah. He's definitely the Guy Yeah. I think we go cooking connor. The the land we connor is gone to cook and mixing. I was going to do a the CDC brothers CNC. Why don't you go. Is there wires what's best receiver to go on the back coming back. Juju Michael Michael Thomas Montagu hates. No we run the ball team I right now. We gotta go mix unless you want shelby's. Mr Todd knees go Bell Bell Bell and Connor Cook Cook Belen Cook the B and c boys. Okay took belshaw little change their Alvin boy. I know this team Lord. I runs the football. We're not pizza said it's over chopping. Michael Thomas what what happened just like it's over Chub and Michael Thomas. Oh No I mean charter Michael Thomas. No he said don't respond to I mean we're trying to radio here with thirty million. We didn't respond in time I said Cook and then I said Bell Cook in bell the B and C boys. He's coming in. He's got his arms out. He's doing the classic auto. I don't. They randomly seconds early gift to pick. I was texting you all shit. I know we're reading it off. Trying to disarm picked the beans Z boys who cook and bell it was over by the time you sent that to me. That's what I'm saying like are thirty seconds was over I like had I tweeted William Hague said you. You've got to figure that out within your team. That's why I was saying I mean Shobin Thomas not bad. I don't know what trump Nah I don't want. I don't want my name on this team renamed Martin. I'm I have nothing to do with this team. How are we supposed to do it. The VNC boy we team Puerto runs the football. We don't draft wide receivers and in slant. We run the rock. I'm out on this team. Change them all right team minus. Bono now my name's nocentini Fan Minions wins the minions. So do you even care about the teams stupid Tom. Texan you to we yeah no. No you two minutes between Ford Sixteen. What a dysfunctional team team. Ports are also doing radio. Show insurance say I mean you guys allowed it to happen. During the radio show the birth plan anybody knows anything about me knows the bedrock of my existence as running the football is a PR leak so it's like we. I don't know your son the football going against the boss there. Hey I'm out. This is not my team dammit. I don't even like Nick Fermi hosting radio. I think they should we give it to you. uh-huh recall last night right all right whatever it's all right so we just randomly pick the rest of it. I'll pay attention in Texas stuff. I mean I'll try to get for the record second the camera I was the second they happen. We I fundamentally believe in running the football so if I'd take two running backs we can get to scrub them out. I want my name that team all right. We're the millions or just you can do it as long as like a strike through like team porn. I just went to strikes residents Portland that I will accept but this is not my team. A record quick ending to offensive was the team Portnoy season twenty. I know is in it to like an hour. Go Hanks like you won't make the picks on radio that yes. Everyone knows I run the football. I run the football. I took tank was going to give us a little leeway since we were doing the picks on radio. I run the football. Now you don't know now. I have nothing to lock halls. The League's dead to me James what's up. Hey guys <hes> first of all that was absolutely deplorable radio that date at night so I wanNA issue an apology. I think I'd take you guys for granted granted so thank you for being on the radio. When I was wondering you potentially call me he had run out of the office but I want to see what his action. I think it'd be more entertaining his points as to why he thinks it is good. I said Yeah I for sure would is nate wants to <hes>. I'd like to get the. Let's get on the Horn and figure out what's going on see if we can do that. I don't know if he'll yeah. He's Daddy Eddie Girls in that way <hes> Mike what's going on. Hey Dave I'm supposed to be going to the Bahamas on Friday with three other friends. Brian and I'm getting sharp real heart wanted to go. I'm going to Nassau which didn't get hit by the hurricane and their Chirpin me for still wanted to go on the trip. That's like saying there's an unearth quake in California and I can't go to Seattle. 'cause some part of the country got a national disaster. What do you think should I still go understand. What you're saying. You're going part heart wasn't hit by the hurricane and of course you should go right. I don't know if that's accurate. I don't when he said Yeah Okay. If your facts straight of course you would go. Why wouldn't you go. I say the same thing to people bail the ready. I'm trying to convince the third guy to still go. It's crazy and they know that if your information is correct I gotta be honest. It doesn't feel correct because the Bahamas very big but it's like if what you're saying is correct of course ago that would be like if you get hit by Hurricane Florida. You'RE NOT GONNA go to. La Of course you would. I I agree with the whole thing. They're saying that it doesn't subtle right in their stomach. Oh tell them to grow up. DOC orally agreed yeah. I mean you think you think the people in first of all it doesn't sound impossible. It can't isn't the Bahamas Piney Ebitda Hurricane. It's it is. It's a little more spread out than you would think so. There were parts of it. That didn't really get hit badly so I guess Nassau. If the guy's facts are correct didn't get hit that badly I will say it's not like a hurricane hits. Ford and you go to La because like if it's part of the Bahamas you know it is a smaller smaller like more tight knit Bahamas dead if you're like partying an island right next to another island that got destroyed. Maybe it doesn't sit perfectly your stomach. I would draw back on what's what's going on. It like other restaurants open. If things are open that means they won't customers. You're helping yeah the callers. I guess if it's still open if if the whole place morning then yeah you don't WanNa go but I don't have a situation if it's open. It's buzzing dozen years if it's open that to me signals hey where open for business like all you know whether it be when New Orleans got hit or I remember <hes> Grand Cayman Islands like that like they are the first ones to put their flags back me like hey we're open for business. We want the tourist come back. That's their entire economy. So if it's opened than yeah is not the no simple yes. Yes gave they all right. We got nate nate. I'm hearing all sorts of things about you today that maybe through a little bit of a Tantrum. I don't know if it's accurate. I've just heard heard the rumors that there's a fancy league. Last place you got to do like radio or is supposed to be punishment seven PM to seven. Am You then said you were going to tank on on purpose because you want to do the radio. They said you can't take on purpose. You did a pouting go. Took your bag and went home. We played nate at night in honor of it. Rave Rave Review. Make you <hes> what am I right. Am I wrong. What's going on <hes> first of all. Thanks for having me <hes> your that's mildly accurate accurate. I would say <hes> I realized that there's probably a lot more <hes> equity in doing twelve hours of radio than when in a fantasy league so so I was floating the idea of possibly tanking it. I didn't think it was up possible idea like it's it's almost like just like don't start players plus. I have a teammate he made in the lease so like it was literally like three percent possible to actually tank but I did float out the idea like Oh that would make a lot of sense to <hes> finished last because twelve hours of radio. Is You know it's the value of it is worth more than the possibility of winning a twelve team league so that makes sense the next next the next question would be when you say the equity the value and the radio like an audition. Maybe for the return of nate at night is that what do you mean by the like that you could show strike. Strike your stuff and maybe make something out of his out you mean <hes> to appoint but just in general like p like the value of radio always looking that it that way like people would pay probably like. I don't know thirty thousand dollars to do twelve hours of radio on personal radio so to pay two hundred fifty dollar entry entry fee into a League and finished last is worth more than finishing first in it. I don't know if anyone's paying what the hours some PM to seven am. Yeah Oh. I don't pay thirty so so what's your value like. What were you going to do like why why was that interesting to you is it. I was just saying handed out loud and <HES> that did end up getting kicked out of the League. Which makes sense <hes>? You can't have people in the League to are in the League for the right reason. I wish the conversation went differently because I did have in the League pubs who we were discussing like I told him no. We're not taking like that's not the thing that we're going to do like I told him that and we were talking about like who to pick and stuff but then the commission and what you were mad like left an anger. It wasn't wasn't a joke. You're mad right. Oh No I love to go to a dentist appointment. That was pure coincidence. <hes> no cavities by the way <hes> show is that's law. No did you listen to any night no so I get out of the dentist and I'm checking my benches and <hes> it seems like people were or none too pleased with the replacement at night of shocking to say the least you know I thought the JV arts <hes> would have captivated audience but I guess <hes> I guess we sell the wild ago until history comes around on it. Yeah I guess so. I think the most in try to answer this honestly nate. Do you still have designs visions in your ideal world of Anita night or reincarnation of some version of that that you have radio sounds it right. <hes> I think in this job that we have you should always have the drive to do more and you know both have that sort of <hes> platform I think I think I'd better than you want me to be or give me credit for. I think you'll disagree. I agree with me thinking that Oh yeah I think you're horrible. I do not think you know I. I know that right now right. You're right but <hes> yeah. I think it would be silly to say like no I don't want to do you know radio or what have you. Of course I do everybody last question Russian. If we revisited original discussion which is you can do radio late night but you gotta wear the spider mask. Would that be back on the table boy. I wonder if I don't have that any more. What if what if I found one <hes> what would I do you do radio but you just have to wear the mask the daily show yeah we say it's a a late like at ten pm type show nate at night but you wearing the mask you're obsessed with mass. It's a simple question. I think the mass changes you gotta say yes changes back when when you look get a guy sitting kind of lone studio at night behind the glasses wearing a spider man mask. I think it changes it. The listeners won't know well little Nelly won't be it's like someone like hey. What are you listening to your in a car. It's like Oh night this horrible well. He's wearing a spider man. Mask changes yeah yeah see that I mean you know my feelings on that. I do have one question though is do you think. September fourth will now be like native night day on radio where you just replay it. No I think the listeners deserve ban no the so you're still a no though on the mask I yeah probably why <hes> I feel just it just makes me feel bad about myself and <hes> it makes me kind of just feel gross and I don I just don't like I don't like it aren't fair answer. The dog has to take that Opportunity Khanate dog if you're confident in yourself you think you've got what it takes. You put that fucking mask on you. Sit In this chair and you go dave poor prove you wrong. I will never ever make him wear the mask but if he wants radio show you gotta wear the mask that as and I'm not even saying he definitely would. I think it'd be very funny but it it's NATO world. It's his prerogative makes them feel gross. Make them feel gross but I'm in the content business and I do think the mask is necessary for an eight at night. It's like Superman Superman escape except it's a mask. That's it so <hes> eight at night probably won't hear it anytime soon. Next September fourth will make tensions. Here's how well yeah no of US remembering a neighborhood remember the odds of US remembering that zero yeah but it is the same. He's a he's a quirky little guy he. He thinks he just has the chops to do it. The mask makes it weird. He doesn't want to be weird. That's right. He's wants to do a normal radio. Show needs needs to be a weird show nate night. Being just the weirdest fucking show like would work like it worked when he did the periscopes periscopes. It was fucking strange like you tune in be like what's naked and talk about and I've said it he got the the program Slot and he became Walter Cronkite Kite so what happened in the Weird Guy Magin. You're listening on your dial and you're like the Saudi man I can't. I don't really know what's going on you. Go onto twitter to figure it out and you just see a social clip of a guy sitting in here in the dark with a spiderman just ripping. Everybody just like us to do you use it. Just it was a it was like an airing of grievances he he just would tear apart nate at night coming on at ten put on the spider mask and I'd give him like asylum like just rip everybody you want go one by one and rip people in New Asshole at ten PM nate at night. Just that could be the show what you hate about what happened that day. Who you hate what people did wrong. What's what's wrong with Barstool. The spider monkey hit show imagine being like a janitor walking in late at night and you to see nate standing on the desk but the mascot yelling that nobody we have to <hes> we gotta do a break. We're overdue. Stay with US BARSTOOL radio. We back in a couple of minutes all right all right good afternoon afternoon. Welcome back. It's BARSTOOL radio time. We're coming off a hell of a show yesterday a really through just curve balls at you. I don't think anybody expected started off with just Tommy myself and then we started telling Dave about the fantasy football league situation which we get to that at some point but I do believe team. Portnoy <hes> had a rollercoaster of a day that somehow ended up and do you guys having what I think is about as good a team as you possibly could before we got a pretty stacked squat. We're going through and talking about the fantasy football league the office fantasy football league. How nate had sort of hijacked all the headlines because the punishment was seven pm to seven am radio that you had to do if you finish last place nate was like Don? I'm going to tank 'cause. He wants to be on radio more than anyone else in the world so dave then through something that I've never been a part of. Have you been hosted radio for almost two years now if you count the cousins all the way into Barstool radio where he just said play it play nate at night the one and only native night from about two years ago we had Javy are on for about thirty two minutes. I think he played it for about thirty seconds and then he said you know. I don't think you can get the full feel deal unless you play this whole. Goddamn clips are we're going to go out of the studio. We are going to get other work dot and we are going to force everyone to listen to name at night for the next thirty or forty minutes which which they did the mentions and the reaction on twitter and whatnot <hes> people were appalled. They were just aside themselves. They started to get so frantic. They redeeming me. They deeming the foreplay account hoping I was just on the foreplay account the Barstool classic account started to get the end from people being like rigs. Turn this fucking shit off so then we brought the dog on eventually talk to him about his his desire to be on radio nate. I made some good points or he's like. You know yeah at obviously like to be on radio. That's how this company you want to advance your career and all of that. I agree with him that hosting acting twelve hours of national radio it wasn't the worst punishment in the world like when it was compared to having to live in the shanty village homeless people next door like it's pretty night and day. Yeah No. I agree with that so that ah you know kind of what we got into yesterday today football. NFL is back the packers at the bears stave. I know you've got some hot takes on this. I don't even know that they're hot. I mean it's not hot at all. I mean you can't of ought take with you. Just pick and fifty I mean I love the bears tonight level but I don't they met more that the the Games not at Foxboro defending champs well. That's a joke that I wrote the blog. I mean that is that's because because Roger Goodell is a coward a <hes> spineless jellyfish of a human being <hes> and he didn't want to deal with the Patriot fans. Don't want to deal with me because last time he showed up after we won the Super Bowl for the first game we clown right stadium at the clown towels and I would it has something prepared for him in light of the fact that he rested me last time so he is spineless chairs low. I'm going to say shares really really low. I couldn't yeah sure I don't know more than I remember. No no it's <hes> it's low on low but always but especially Salaam lo lower yeah. I mean you're are you taller than me. Waiter your weight. I find significant taken so I find that I doubt your weight significantly we could we could just figure it out. Yeah we will okay. We will look at look at got straight is back to back. I'll give them an objective producer Sir in hearings now we'll get to he's like super tall and like good looking no. I'm just telling you that. I don't think you're crazy and I don't even know their taller order than me not the low chair. There's any anyhow anyhow since they've been doing this Thursday night football ball thing. I don't know how long they've been doing. I feel like a decade. Maybe that's a rough guess. I feel like the first one thinks so too was raiders. Patriot the in terms of the Kickoff Game Avenue Avenue to have the alright. They'll list on your radio. Bren came in hot today. He's got. He said he wanted to have a way better opening. You know so this is two thousand onto niners giants so that's coming off the giant super bowl correct no giants the ravens won. My point is this every super bowl. Champion opens at home and I don't care what this sheet says. That's how it goes and or the PATES. WanNa know what the pats one so two would have been pats all right. That was the first one listen. My point is says on here from Oh four. We're on the defending champs have hosted off guard so since two thousand four to two thousand till two this year the defending Super Bowl Champs get at the home opener makes sense. You do the banners to celebration of the season. It's a celebration of football. The champs come out say where the champs take it from us. The best quarterback who ever lived this coach who ever lived the best fan who ever lived all those things in this coward Roger Goodell. E is a coward a scumbag a liar. A piece of trash moves it because afraid to go to Foxborough on opening night. What a what a piece of dark mark newman trash and garbage he doesn't he doesn't deserve the same air to breathe that I do? It is such an outrageous move that what what I'm seeing is from. Oh four on with the only exception being in two thousand thirteen the defending champion Baltimore Ravens opened on the road because of a conflict would they previously scheduled Orioles Baseball baseball game the same it. It's a no-brainer. The superbowl champion gets the home. Oh It's you want the spotlight. You want you on open it up. You earn it and for him to do it. I can't can't stress enough Roger. Goodell goes down in the history books as one of those evil dictators in the history of human civilization. I hate throwing the names names out there and I'm going to do in reverse order because people don't like the h word but Mussalini Hitler-stalin Goodell yeah that list these on their. He's in that list so you tonight Chicago bears you heavy autumn. I love the bear sign. I don't think the packers are very good. I think bears is a very good. I think he's GonNa absolutely destroy new coach new scheme. All of the I think has been the backside the back nine of his career. That's golf term. I did that for you. Rigs appreciate I think the bears I my predictions bears patriots superbowl wow yeah so. I think the bears win win in big I actually of my briefcase in here with anywhere between ten and thirty thousand dollars cash in it. I'm not sure how much they're going to give to you. <hes> the Chicago guys are going to handle but they're gonNA place about for me and they're gonNA plays a big one somewhere between ten and thirty Grand Yup. You're not sure yet. I'm not sure yet. What are we leading towards. I Dunno I may just I don't know just taking minus three right yeah knocking two points. I'm not lying lay the points football us back. I came in honestly. I'll give Dan a thumbs up. I've never give in thumbs up since I've known him. I'm just like ready to go. I saw him. I I looked at big agile like I gave them. Mike utley thumbs. Stop my yeah that Phil Mickelson. It's go time. I've never seen after you my life. No I don't do it. My I didn't even know what I was doing. Even I do and it's like well. It's like it's like the bears are playing. I is back. It's like yeah I'm ready to go. I'm thumbs up everybody. I'm just ready to go doing weird shit to my chair. It's incredibly low. You GotTa get that thing is you can't you can't take too seriously that thing. I wonder what Roger Goodell would've done. I mean this week out but at least this he's like Oh. It's the hundred season like if this was you know the hundred second season of the NFL. I wonder if he would've came up with just a different ridiculous ridiculous excuse or if he would've just cows. There's no way that game was ever GonNa Mean New England. Just turn back to try to fix his chair. Ah Yeah he's GonNa find a way I mean there's no secret that he hates the Patriots and Patriots hate him and he found a way to hit my heel as long as the patriots as me like <hes> this is where I would say surreal things. I am one thousand percent factor in this anybody who does not think. I'm a factor in why this game is an in New England has just not been paying attention what's going on with the ongoing war between me and the Patriots because it may not just be me but they're afraid of what anyone who thinks that that narrative is overblown. Just has to watch you getting carry out of the Super Bowl. Yes that answers their question fertile reason I mean I was escort out. The media have been carried out the Super Bowl <hes> we've been in it is I've been thrown in handcuffs multiple times at the hands of the NFL. There is no chance I didn't play factor in this game being moved away from foxborough because like that guy that guy that keeps haunting dreams. That's where he has his hometown and there's nothing they can do like you can throw me in jail in Atlanta. They couldn't throw me out of the Patriots Party. They can't do anything and Foxborough and last time they did it. It will go Google Roger Goodell clown towel. Go Google it. If you don't know what happened there's pictures of Goodell sitting there with people holding Kurt's towels in his face hundreds and thousands of them mocking this man's existence and it's a known fact Roger Goodell takes except personal like then Matt Patricia Ward off the plane the Colt <hes> Saints Coating Sean Payton War the clown shirt. It has become a symbol of mocking him. There is no way no way no how he's going to deal with that because I probably would have just done it again. I was GONNA say why why was the game it probably would be tailgate two point run out again one Green Bay power sweep proving and stop. You can't like what else could you. I mean mean that the towel fans the double in because of the stuck it up those scumbags from permanent ink who are the absolute cock suckers who are suing us because they're poor little failed humans and they blame their miserable lives and miserable families and in miserable existence is on me so they sue me for nothing. They're asked to Yeah No. He's not coming because I think I just run it again. com two point. Oh is permanent inks business. How can they still be in business today. Have a real business us. Permanent INK IS A joke. Don't welfare. Stamps probably think this was there. Hail Mary Safe Yeah right because they know is burning up every out. You can't ever do business or talk with with anybody. When you have zero credibility in life never knows your scumbag? That's you permanent. Think question for you yeah most famous arena they call it in the World Square Square Garden <hes>. Do you think he could sell it out yes so. I tweeted that prompted that by the way I've been thinking about it. I don't what originally prompted it. It was more and that's not a bad name. I haven't <hes> the name so I thought hey I think it'd be cool to sell oh madison square garden and virtually everybody who like. Oh Dave socks. I Hate Dave parcel. Socks is going to be like go Selma's Square Garden Talk to me so I figured my original contract here. Barstool is up in like a year and a half okay and then the the goal would be like have a Boston office or get back. The Boston is just conquering New York like all right. I'm a sellout. MSG towards at the end like go back home and then I'm gone yeah. I came to New York. I sold out. MSG and I went back home. I left yeah and <HES> I. I liked the words spike as well. I didn't think that the the name of the show an evening with Dave Portnoy <unk> I'm mad an evening with deport night the House that spite built. That's not bad and something like that so but I know I need time so I was thinking now their schedules but where we looked at dates like I'm going to do it in the first first. Half of the show would just be me going all in on everybody. I hate words that you're not supposed to say would be said things that you're not supposed to say would be said things like that's not going to look good in the public eye they would be set because I don't know if there's any truth this. I feel like there is protection just like well. It was a comedy show. You can say like the Chapelle is comedy like I'm on a comedy show doing stand up of course I use the cut of course I drop words slot cont Brummel back for comedy the sake of comedy so it's like parody law and steroids right yeah comedy show don't buy into by ticket like this is just for their. It's the People Lynn I'm not putting it out on Netflix but this is just for the people and that wasn't even me that I was that comedy character. I was as a comedy show and the second half because I'm an equal opportunity person would be a roast of me so the first half I'm going in on everybody. I Hate second-half roast on me like we have the Barzel people who want to partake if like big galaxy whoever wanted to get in on it we got some celebrity friends like I without prompting Kramer. He jumped his. I love to partake in it for mad had money. I think bill Burr would partake in it think Sebastian Matkovsky would take. I think we could have like I. I'm pretty sure we sell this bitch out you so we were debating this earlier. I don't even know if it's really much of a debate I would absolutely year I don't know how much does it cost by. It's like I think if I was just incessantly if you market it as like a once once in a lifetime right once that's one like I people tell me I'd fly in for it. It's like make a big party after party. I'm pretty sure we would take over masses. Ask me or face like on the marquee like coming Massa's where gardens sold out. It's not it's not conscious not just in an evening with airport. I'm mad. I don't know if that's going to be the final working evening with Dave the <hes> the house has spike spike. Bill is along those yeah. I think I'm Edward Yet mad. Also that sounds like the name comedy special. It's always something like Kinda quick. I'm mad. I'm mad fuck you'd and even if they fuck you. I don't know that you can like put that on hard can't put that you blurt alert. Maybe I mean there was as always do that. People at Your Nitty Your Nego Maniac you think sell massive square. Are People like yeah. Of course it will like. I don't know I think I would. I think I think is easy. I don't think aiming is wake up selling out. MSG I think I think I have a good shot and there's plenty of time to push it to the initial. Push right right make another push. That's coming up yeah and maybe even little teasers like to get people like just go into a room and just like this is what you're gonNA get AETNA. Keep minds a comedy season. Just go off on people. That would be a huge saw. All the people grabbing you on your most pissed off days. Dave for thirty seconds Atkinson. You just rant it could be anybody I mean. There's a lot of people on the list so it could be the longest comedy special of Alpine. I was saying that the thrill will and kind of the loudness of the crowd. I know you would fuel your hate. Thai and your passion for how much you hate these people and you just personally like whoever whoever goes I is GonNa get lucky right and then like middle late people come up. You are just GonNa be fucking ruthless. I already know I'm not saying I would do this. As an opening line we gotTA GOTTA remember. We gotta remember this would be comedy but I know if like I open the shell and like tap the mic like as has let me just see if this thing's on let's test. Let's see how this works so sam ponders a comment would go bananas being Frank. You thank you could have a slide show of like the different people you hate and you just go like the whole crowd eventually start to like chime in it's GonNa be easy opportunity for and I would never call her that ever. No no outside of a comedy environment right legs out was an example of what you might hear correct. You were quote. We were just quoting a cop today. Dice called. That's the type of thing you may hear. You never hear it on serious. I'm not gonNA write it but I may say it during this comedy show words that banned words like sticks Texas Obama worth the boards. You didn't think like this. I am going to just slant to sell it up then. It'd be tough to figure out who makes the cut. If I who gets who. Do you think everybody makes like there's roast everybody. Everybody's even like kind of wrong yeah. Everybody's getting fucking in Grinnell liaison that if you work yourself on the new friends you had just started roasting Grenell Madison since guard. I May Have Granola like he mapped calm like set onstage on stool with the dunce at law I fucking Rosen spotlight is just on him. They get him he'd get a chance to like rebut in the row speed just cut his mike throws tomatoes edging all mad. MSG chanting fucker I really do. I think it would be worth. I don't know how much you have to do. You remember how much we're like. Bill Burton tickets are the Mankowski tickets. I think they're they're probably like around. One hundred bucks a ticket something like that. Some of them went pretty expensive on the secondary market like three hundred bucks yeah but you're talking twenty thousand seats pizza. Is that what is twenty. Three thousand. Seven hundred seats is like a full capacity okay twenty thousand seven. I think I can do that I do too. I don't know if I'm way off. WHAT HAPPENS IF WE'RE WAY OFF. NBA My face yes but you get to the show would go on to a half empty environment. Yeah I think because people could it's far enough in advance where people can plan the week like we're from Boston will go to New York for the weekend night. Did you say you would do it. I haven't said like like I would like it to be like Thursday night. Do things better Thursday Friday. Pre thing to go out on like a surprise because I like like eight o'clock like eight to eleven. It's a good pre game yeah. I always wonder I feel like some of those. Things are better week weeknight stuff. Yeah I really don't I mean I think think I could i. I've never done anything remotely similar. I've sold tickets. We've sold probably the most for any Barzel event we've ever done is seven thousand <hes> which was for like a black. LACO thuerer in Atlantic City so who knows but again we're bringing other people like Bill Bertha. y'All fucking common rose you yeah because in like obviously we a huge followings like yeah. I'll fucking roast your shit taffer yet taffer other time. I mean punk got thousand with like what a month of promotion so imagine a year of promotion with all the big names twentyfold dead and I do think there's a market of bar so people would love to just hear me go fucking nuts on people by all the enemies unfiltered on chain. Say whatever the fuck you want. I think there's a market VAT. Would you almost have to protect your content leading up to it did not go on NOCCO NOCCO in on people madge watching you. Try to bite your tongue be like claw. Dave save it for the show. No I think it'd be good. It'd be good. I think we know what the gist is going to be very hides it or not. I just have to go back in time. Make sure I'm not forgetting anybody. You may like like that fat Bastard Glenn Ordway. You're on there like I gotta get. Everybody who has crossed me at at any point during this fifteen year adventure like anybody who's even looked at me sideways. You're on the list. The encores you come back out like all right unlimited on like people be far this fucking guy trading places tunnels machines back on their phones up. That'd be that'd be a lot of probably cell phone trouble. They're definitely be some deadspin moles and Oh my God this thing again. It's comedy and they'd be paying a hundred bucks. Tom Thank you paid a ticket. Sell Out Yup all right. Let's step away. Dave where you hear. How long are you here for non much longer pizza view with <hes>. Andy Ruiz the guy who Joshua stay with US BARSTOOL radio. We're GONNA step away. I break of the show we will be back in a couple of the art. It's myself and Tommy. I believe we got smitty coming in here soon. He's doing this video game thing. He's out there with his with with his army. There's some new game. They play now or something. I don't really know <hes> planted quip lash. It is the IT's video game like it's it's like <hes> basically apples to apples meets cards against humanity so it'll be like you know there's six of us or so from Barstool that play <hes> you get to prompts Egypt Ninety Seconds Answer Nima Name of an award winning movie with the name none of it just like different kind of funny prompts where you have to come up with a clever creative answer sir or you could just say glenys come and you end up getting a ton of votes. The audience loves when you mentioned Glenn <hes> His ass many told me at the water cooler conversation that you just it just always turns into Glenn Roast. Yeah Yeah so yes so you'll have answered in your answer gets pinned against another person's answer and over gets. The more audience votes gets point so it's very fun. It's like a lot of room for creativity but again sometimes it just turns into Glenys fat. Let's see Glenys asshole and that sometimes audience. We've had enough Glenys slander. They won't vote for but if you get the right audience you just dropping. Glenys a factor and you're GONNA. You'RE GONNA win the game going away. Are we talking about how you're the biggest dick in the history behind his back every the tenth person that does that to Glen. I I started playing the game. I walked in one day. All the answers were about money's astle. I was very confused. I didn't start that trying. I don't know who did you partook before I did. You guys are best friends to Glenn like we. We're saying bad tommy how ruthless get it doesn't get ruthless. What's the worst thing you what's one one thing you wouldn't want to find it in your hair a water glenys come like that's just a funny it's but they just go to any every time yeah what is going to come a hot steaming. Glenn E don't don leading grew but everybody does those answers. You're singling me out and usually it happens when Glen he's in the room. We'll do one guys in the room. We'll do it when he's not in the room it in life. You feel very uncomfortable doing glen. He's on room that way but he like but we do if we only did it when he was in the room. I'd agree with you but we've done it to him so he knows it's happening anyway. which makes it even worse very uncomfortable about this Glenys? One of my friends were 'cause because I love him plenty. That doesn't just WANNA make sure he's okay he every time we do it when he's in the room he he laughs and even sometimes put his own asshole down four amps like in his answer about before. It doesn't seem to be one who really gives a shit yeah. It's not like we're saying like we hate Glenn. You were just saying visa. Glenys asked to sometimes aways on you know opponents in let's sparked up and that was the meanest thing. I've heard yet disagree and he's not even here to defend himself so what's up Smith. That's going on with you much much content today a lot of Lafayette on yesterday and the day through a war. Kinda got that look to you. I carry myself to that but it feels like I've fought a couple battles mentally canceling so you compare yourself to that but not not war so I have to ask the last night and walked out a radio. The fantasy football draft caught the end of it. You seem very irritated like more unusual to why you're giving me a straight answer. You just seem very like huffing and puffing for eight hours doing radio which yesterday's Dang you. I don't know if you wanted to talk to that size said more. There's more to the story. Why are you so upset about the war you now for anybody who doesn't know set the table are or a notorious fancy guide at a fantasy podcast for a while. You're very you're very three years variant of the fantasy scene so oh someone like you who during the draft is coming off super irritated than just took that kind of Si- like you just took clearly something from the draft irritates the shit out. It wasn't necessarily from the draft. It's basically every league leading up to the draft. Go on yeah just fist pumped. It was great chemistry now. It's it's a no win situation. Like what am I supposed to say. What am I supposed to do trying to participate. Obviously we're supposed to draft the best team. Ask you know we'll get the most in the league. I I agree but when you have a fancy football podcast gas for three years it's not back at all by Barstool in fact it's just eight yes. It's made fun of religiously really. Yep by a lot of people here and outside because as prime nobody cares about your football team <hes> years and then it was taking away after I already did an episode in its fourth year and given to someone else who shall not be named and that obviously didn't work out with with no flight from barstool whatsoever took me a second no fighter backing from barstool whatsoever. It was just giving away and then when that didn't work out with him. I asked to get it back. I was told no and there was also a gag order for anybody from the place where my co host was working at the time to do stuff with for various reasons since from Barstool so I was unable to do anything last year this year. I obviously didn't take the initiative because I didn't think it would happen again and Hankins started up and they said they assumed that I didn't want anything to do with it. Which very bold assumption which you know some might think is bullshit will because you defense because I did three years taken away from me and then I wasn't allowed to fast exactly exactly so you know obviously some people involved or all of them. Don't think much you mean on a personal or professional level so that sucks I'm in the League and what it is about how all things went as such a football fanciful kind of sore went dog draft and in the way it's because it's a very controversial. I'm obviously interesting. I'm obviously not qualified and or cool enough to talk about fantasy football on a barstool medium so I'm going to abstain from judge just got to participate in the League. Take my lumps be there for contents be made fun of because that's what I'm here for and that feels sarcastic. That's four so it is what it is so so I did read correctly that something was bothering you. It wasn't just that there was that leading up to the drafts during draft like whatever but things definitely could have been a lot differently out do a text message or something like I dunno. It is what it so. You have a team in the draft and draft yeah yourself. It's just me are you. GonNa win. Hopes up try. You have have a good squadron. I picked in a very weird spot which is seventh so I think I got good value at where I was at that but I would have liked better players. Follow me that complements the people around me. Specifically hubs stole a lot of thunder from me two or three times fucker fuck yeah and he'd go up if you grew butch bull to curve shrink for fences Jesus Christ ah that's good stuff man but other than that everything's all the also. I have no gametime help either. That's a whole different issue but that that's the reason why I was really struggling yesterday. What do we know how is gametime and which were the same thing before and now which is being used basically turning twenty four seven channel which is awesome and that is what Barcelona needs and I'm still part of that but all the help that was on gametime between Devlin blaze is going towards twitch now and nothing towards gametime in which the strains that I would do before that would get clipped live in edited into Youtube Videos and highlights which would ultimately get the word out and on Social Media Dan get the millions of us that grew gametime is not there as much so I show onto it instead of the whole twitch trial. No there was other stuff on twitch before and it's not switch dot TV slash sport style. I mean I guess I guess yes. You can say that we should do. I just need my need to need an unpaid intern. The fucking just clip shot and put it out. Sorry we parents. Here's Mabley metairie or I need an paid non intern to close. You put stuff out volunteer volunteer. Stop just how blazed got his job here so yeah. I want to but I don't want to yams blaze send in a video that was cut up that got my attention that ended up getting one hundred fifty thousand thousand use for us. You sat in something like Frankie barely did when he came in here and show the can do something that gets our attention than you can post on social media all this. I snapped on blaze today. What happened and I was sitting in one of these little call rooms first time I've ever used one and I was on an important call with like Nascar and shit with spider clearly on a phone call phone in the middle on Speaker and blaze mix. I contacted me and I was like hold on and then he just opens the door and goes. Do you guys know where and I was like. Fuck Outta here. I looked at the fuck out of you gave him. I think and at what point did not look. We're on the phone. What are we just sitting in here. Like twitter thumbs. Yeah there needs to be a lot more continuity and understanding what's going on and with everything going on like that room like Arsenal batters in there now doing live stuff. It's just needs to be organized but it's all good things because at least it's being used and the channels growing so <hes> Smitty I wanna get your take on your Guy Matt Ola that you vouched for bow allow also under the smeeting coaching Tree Yep. How would you think about him golfing on his first day of work not the best yep not the best pledge you have given up like. Dave gave him the out and said Stop You. There is nothing good you can do now no because he is very coach -able he one of the critiques him from Gametime Olah Basically was an unpaid intern for two years for game time he would clip he would help out big time volunteer. We tried. We tried again in an internship French ship role for game time. Gametime was an offer to intern for whatever reason we try to get an internship with loud sean. He didn't have a lot of video background or enough enough to be considered a video inter. We try to get an intern with Gaz for social media damage social media experience being intern. They're kind of like an Olympic thing is volunteering butts when this came up it got him in with Dave Review thing and it got them in the door to just basically talked to Dave and he's very personal very still think he's smart. Even you know we stupid with that. fucking move golfing on the first day of college football but one of the critiques. I have of him from need to gain time stuff is he would would do stuff that wasn't right the first time and you need the coach and he would try hard and almost get it right the second time but by the time you got right so trial and error yeah yes so he's he's. GonNa take his lumps. Maybe that was an extreme one from the jump but yeah he's very trustworthy. His interview was the most unique thing and that's what separates parcel from every other job. I think I don't know who I was talking about it with. Maybe Utah me but like at the end of his interview which went okay he just like monitor's off. He's like animal like a degenerate gambler and I have no money to my name and Dave's like now sit back down genius who says that an interview right and then like that's what got him hired. It's literally blind Mike. When Blind Mike by the way I'm blind days like sit down like a talk. It was probably shot in the dark to be honest. That's a guy who knows you know the kind of his audience which is Dave so it's shocking that he then would not noah's audience so Elvis. I'm going to go play fucking off well well. That move probably was hail Mary. He probably knew the interview was like yeah. I probably didn't stand out that much and then said Yammeh talking gambler right but like that pulse of Dave the also be like I'm going to go play golf with my first. Day is on the wall. I also I think he did know it was going to annoy him but he definitely knew really wanted plug. I asked him I go. Did you go play golf on a nice Saturday on a long weekend you post about post instagram store. Your snapchat posted a picture of the course. Whatever everybody does swaying a Putt from your buddy I set you posting on social. Media goes now so why not I knew it was. He knew he knew was wrong. He knew he shouldn't have been doing it. He knew people be pest. Then you gotta do a whole nother level of how the fuck does he let who'd he tell Jack Doc Mak. How does he tell somebody at work that he was playing golf. It's it's difficult because he or a lot of new people that come in don't understand one like the political game around here a little bit like Yup. I think that's like a political kind of have to show off a certain an image what you're doing if you're not doing it or if you're not doing something show off like. I mean it's media first day. Hosting the cousin is we're playing golf didn't host the cousins that would be fucking. It's political. You're just fucking saying telling Jack Mack but that's just dumb Belykh. All of its all of its dum. Play Golf is not covering and do your job day one is it's almost just and I think it is inexcusable and that's why I came with option of firearm executive. Not even close like soggy did your job. He didn't do it great so we'll see if you're coaching well. That's like you don't even know what your job is. Nick wasn't getting hopefully he does better. I think Dave only kept around because he's like Oh. This could be a punching bag that that as well and turned content another smitty many win why not turn into more radio yeah well. I got my coach entry while it's established. I'm like hit me with Detroit but I'm like Marty. Schottenheimer like everyone under me. He's like just going to clip me. I'm never GONNA win. Anything and I'll get no credit for it. The tree run started the sixers blogger. <hes> <hes> does the fantasy football does my former job at work not job. I was just trying to clearly upset about Um. The Fran Stars in my intern Dow was outgoing Joe Brother Fourth Mike drive time <hes> George was hired as a blogger <hes> <music> we blaze obviously twitch medal and then trae did emissions for drivetime the beginning and foreplay. I believe like way back when I think he did a couple of things for US yeah and Youngstown Bob its barrel. Bankers traded your video. Yeah youngstown. Bob was very early Clipper gametime. That's how the guns reduced to a couple of people around here. I think it was viceroy as well so I don't put it this way. I don't take credit for directly getting. These people hired or their success solid. Don't I don't buffer any of these. People decide say that their lives would be exactly the same if I wasn't here like do they say that no no no no no no. I had had a positive impact on their lives. At least I hope so that's why I always say when people are like. Oh like Foreign Policy Patrol Spider Jack Mack. I'm like any praise they WANNA get like yeah. I'll get my hand in there and be like yeah. Well you know smoke tree anytime they're. GonNa get signed there. It's like well. They're their own. People like you can't blame me for that. That's gotta be. That's how you have to be that of a coaching. That's correct yeah. That's that's I mean. You're crazy. If you're not taking credit disability I like that when he did that mural well hey they met all right now really in depth but like all I brought him in well. Rhone Rhone deserve to it'd be hired. Years Beforehand was in a radio interview. He was on data in that was when he did he pitch the Joe Joe Joe Joe Joe. Yeah that on the day Portnoy Day Porno Yep gas that was when he was a no brainer yeah well. Roan and Georgie applied applied that same time for when Mo- left to be blogger Perron wrote stuff and he's very good at it and I knew he had the k. dot the rap stuff and was obviously very talented greater that Georgie had actual blog at that time in two thousand thirteen fourteen. We didn't do views. We just wrote like ten things a day. Just need some go right to things that day so we wanted Georgie and then like a year later two years later around the Ronan Sale. He's like hey can get shot. Sixers and I'm like dude. You're actually actually like a perfect fit for are now like even more so than ever. 'cause you do fucking video stuff very talented so Italia Smitty coaching tree yeah sure coach yourself now. That's impossible. Nobody can coaches and without. We are going to step away for a few minutes. We'll take a bunch of calls. It's common men radio were back. We're GONNA grab somebody else to somebody else into the mix here haven't decided who yet will think about during the break eight three three eight five seven eight six six five any questions concerns turns thoughts. NFL back put it on your brain and then put it on your lips and call into the damn show. We'll take calls when we come back clear <hes> double here yeah.

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#TSP094 - Gaz Coombes

The Two Shot Podcast

1:03:00 hr | 2 years ago

#TSP094 - Gaz Coombes

"How are you doing. I'm craig parkinson. You listen to the to shop podcasts at yourself down public. How we're gonna marry sell child this week. I'm going to tell you right now. Decided listen to it as my source song in a way kind of because i find it really hard if not down switch off a call really don't feel proud of seen somebody like you just sing now never happening. We now in trying to stop because i'm gonna get my work. Do you ever do that to listen isn't songs and gotten actually in retrospect. We should have changed are all really it's maybe more. I get what you're saying. Maybe we sort of gigs and tv performances. I don't get sent them. I don't watch. I think it's a bit of a weird partly because i not it's gone. It's gone exactly absolutely i just want to if i remember is being great fun like when we did use hollander with james corden over and over america she last year which is insane and that was just such vibe performance. I didn't really want. I didn't really watch it back because i knew that i see something my memory of it being such vajpayee i be performance exactly it was at that time where you were fading in kiev. Still you can still recall that failure. Yeah watch it yeah stepping out exactly so you don't wanna miss is kind of what she i could see where there could be improvements for next month. You know what i mean. There's a foreign against eh even from my side people that do as people down to the guys in the band great that because they will watch everything okay text texts from nick or from garo just just saying that performance is amazing. You know they do it. We look at you know bringing a guitar in a bit earlier you know the the coolio comments from from the guys they're they are helpful earth. If you've got somebody else watching you back and you you can change it and tweak home the performances forces that can only be positive exactly exactly supposed to twenty look you all you can say is about things and then it becomes data can disrupt the aspens exactly if you've got it to that level right so when what happened with jennifer's they wanted that so yeah i think so pasted up it really because we we did not first single and then it was time to kind. I provide them with another one. <hes> we you know we tried and we chat together but i didn't think it was. I think it was really what they wanted. They require open. What about it now. Maybe this isn't quite right. Maybe kind of go listen more mad records and come back and get some inspiration operation. I mean you you. Also you very young at the time yeah so you're growing working out who you are as a person is iowa and it was still well to assist the school band was a school and so we were i think just naturally kind of so the quiet and down and then we kind of move to be to see progress and make known village to the same. I'm saying finish but some how what was the time period from solve that despondent the slow form to progress. I think is very long. I think it's probably within within a year. Just i mean it was also the sort of there was a senior and ox we would hanging around a lot with tarar milton who was in a band called five thirty and the new bows and and and with sam williams well he produced the first records. I see progress record. We'd it's sort of with him as well so this is kind of vibe going around with musicians and and so we cut jam with each other a little bit and then yeah just just to know it was probably a year or so from genesis splitting yeah. I was working with making harvest restaurant in wheatley and we want the salad bar. Never go that far. Co friendly elise elise where we all aspire gene kind of yeah yeah there was there was some serious kind of hierarchy iraqi issues sort of big time bullying going on. I mean i was a k._p. Kitchen clearing the shit it and the older kind of hot waiters and waitresses kind of sweating into stumping plates at me and stuff but yeah we just wait for them to leave and then we tidy up at the end input put low to now music on the on the on the guy blaster in the kitchen and you know how did they ever smoke outside and then mop the floors we stone and it kinda helped to get through and yeah we talk about music music and stuff that we're into and then we get back to his after the shift and just my sabbatical acoustics and so that was the beginnings of obviously danny and played with danny for a few years so do you meet school. It's about sort of. I guess i was twelve year above. Maybe two two two years above so yeah so you already friends from that yeah exactly so it was kind of like you. No i think we would we would carrying on to play music together in their mid came along and it just felt like this cool it will three piece thing. When did you start initially right in together or individually and bring in the hearts because we just go to one one of our houses and just set up and i just play really and it's interesting because there was no there was nothing based on covers particularly. It was all fresh. What kind of what can be right. I'm very early on. It was kind of strange. It wasn't like those first tracks. That was sort of kind of other elements in it. That weren't quite right yet. So if a bit too possibly maybe funky in places are the all new young bands can have a little bit of time with every bit too funky funky. You need to kind of lead to dumb it down. A kayla is fun to play some east syncopated and a bit funky. It's a laugh but it doesn't mean that everyone's it's gonna enjoy hearing so yeah. Dumb it down a bit. Just kind of take it back to to something more raw aw and age that you were what was this <hes>. This is probably sold ninety two right ninety three so yes like sixteen esteem and yeah just the requisite listeners just such mad records that we listen to just does this mean anything from kind of you know zapper m._b. Fought to the muppets and cheech and chong comedy comedy music records as quite mad which used to be loads of all the time these and and then the beatles obviously and hendricks and stuff and neil young media and it was first hour the i think that's where the oso that's kind of where we never really from day one. We didn't really take ourselves too seriously. I think we were <hes>. I guess you'd come through the eighty. S and there's quite a lot of you know ernest kind of pompous kind of music going on and how it's presented in and seeing bands. I don't know we always love butch nights beat interviews where he would just take the pace and and kind of give random answers that were really quiet just the to not take as serious certainly not take yourselves. Yes series yeah. You're definitely i think no. I think that was where we always found a kind of interesting balance because i think we'll be going into the shoe when we had that full chart recorder cassette recall happened. This is serious. Thing is like you know the yes elements of the process and the journey to to what we'd record with fun and always moments of of surrealness and decisions but <hes> but yeah we take seriously the end result but will sick zip. Maybe creating a leading stuff creep into the lyrics that was that would more that would give more of a vibe of our character and the us nowadays and up to just is being full three boys in the village to solve taking around and get into trouble and and across than sometimes inobound. You can see the people but you can't really see the personalities. I thought something that was an media. I think that's that's one of frustration me a lot knowing what i know people alike artists or whatever and then you hear the music and lyrics and there's nothing in it just becomes quite so generic the rock lyric if for some reason it is kind of like when i talk to you larry or you're just we'll put all these great yeah inciteful site full kind of funny little comebacks and stuff and you just think it's funny because sometimes when you listen to artists nego i'm listening to the song i know this. This cost you a lot less consumer ryo heartache of something that you've been through and let's do something else in you. This is nothin' it might as well just be white noise. It doesn't mean that it doesn't connect with users so they're not going to connect. We may yeah yeah hardwoods kind of subjective in and it's as you know it's not like you always have to kind of you know bleed onto record or more or or whatever but it's i think just some directness in in terms of lyrics and how yeah maybe how one cannot take himself too seriously at times and just play with it. You still feel that now to take take the work seriously yourself too seriously all of you to do things things have moved. Yeah not feel is assortment amid the dana. I guess i mean there's sort of it's been interesting for me to explore stuff that feels kind of personal due to me on on these records segment of soda records just from from my mind so we're gonna it'd be question yeah. I got questions and they're going to be kind of intense kind of personal moments. Which fine about in fact it was kind of that was quite liberating. Zwolle brought to realize that it's okay to just be really quite briefly. I in in assam do that. There was a time when you weren't honest. I think that i think there were times. Maybe when we rights by committee on lyrics which go a little bit cloudy county but it was cool because we were always from day one we would write together lyrics this well which is other people can find quite strange concert of notion. Shouldn't the gel quite easily because we just saw it was like we were brothers growing up. We were doing everything together so ryan about girl the others real wear of that girl or wherever it was yeah we sort of have been put in in what have freud came along. I mean cool by the although that was only mean volt in that night were arrested but we i was on my way to danny's and i was with friends that rule of our friends so there is a link. Someone became wrote that we wrote out together kind of collaborative thing and that was really cool. I think that was what worked brilliantly with with with lyrics early on especially on unequally through through our career at different times but yeah yeah definitely times where it was like pulling teeth definitely trying to china via lyrics this all three of us together but when he's he's right by committee was that the labor bosses sort of ood just us that was just it was just an extension how he started so through every you know even on even on on diamond who which is our last studio album that was still a kind of similar approach to to writing yeah. Maybe a bit more kind of separate demos because technology and you know a few of us had four eight quarters weather by that point or we've competed actually by that point so yeah little chain luisao changes here and there are the essence is the same yeah because certainly and i think the videos was such a big thing i think throughout the sucrets gays and especially the early ones that's the definite style we talked about people's characters common across before and they always really paying now in those videos that somethin' the all three of your consciously add important important to something that you wanted to do yeah well the new sub because we had nick coffee and dom holy who were friends of ours doing videos so i mean nick's tiny's brother so that was kind of like the band thing in terms of understanding where each other is coming from you know knowing the context text of a of a lyric. It's the same with videos we we understood immediately the context but the nick will don was presenting this idea to yes. That was kind of easy. That was an easy anyway. It was just it was like a big gang the three of us and then nicotine don just kind of creating something in visual and we were lucky it was good time well i say could time it was it was sort of healthy time financially communiqu in the industry so that you get big beliefs or jazz music videos and stuff site just meant you could explore explore these mad ideas without too much worrying. You given the freedom to do that yeah yeah. Has that changed a lot throughout the years. Oh yeah completely yeah. No i mean i mean if you if you if you are a huge band. If you're on a major label this is still the money to make videos video audio level that we are at the beginning no if they just they found was now that'd be that'd be kind of nothing really goes on as much much of a little bit yeah. It was really it was like a kind of yeah it was a it was a big time for museum's kind of like nineteen eighty-one all over again with m._t._v. or whatever whenever it kind of came out but yeah that's sort of <hes> you know that real freshness around music videos and just just ideas and having something fun and cinematic and adventurous because time when the big music the video from x. winds that ever was a network show and it was a talent show those permanent. It's shoe. They were kind of good barometers. Top of the pops was the perfect woman to radi sort of kind of however. You perceive success yes. I always felt that if i hope it pops it was like a cool month this side we've we've done. It is like that's it simple is no. I don't know whether particular kind of barometer for for for if we've made it whereas now i mean now there's so many angles who is she can come in from you can build up your fan base over time you know online and three social media and it's kind of is tons of angles you can hit it from these days but yeah it's kind of you know. Nothing's better or worse it just you just stigma is quite so a charming and it's quite interesting to look back things like that and it's very simple realization but even i remember feeling that's often i feel very lucky that we were i guess of the end of a an enormous period of time in music zeke where people would record tape and that was the only thing that was available and in ninety five ninety four ninety five still was the anything you could record that we're no computers so it's kind of look back at that and feel kind of lucky that yeah we're on the very very tail end of a how music was being made in the thirties forties fifties these same same way same approach. That's kind of cool but yeah now never particularly solve. It's not like mrs just again. It's just an interesting kind of side. I i knew that he had how true so. It's not me on believe. She's so excited about working. Who's firearms you to exit are unbelievable low over in iran. Go nuts leaving you. How terrible looking okay so. I got to deal with it later life. Tell me how true tell me everything. True is the available story. Remember hearing about the time and i didn't solve whispers on its is true. Please help me bonkers. Actually it was exactly came about is in between the first he records. That's for sure so so all right it'd been out video being out had that big summer of ninety five saying kit with the following spring. Just this random cool yeah from from spielberg's people <hes> judy judy actually remember it better than i do how it all came about but yeah we just got a call on email or whatever and just sat. That's she's yeah. Stephen would be interested in meeting the planned his i think his his kids were like a big fan of the video video. As important records videos of these kids had seen it phoolan at eighteen and said danny. I want at band. Get me so were. I don't know what's the how it came about yeah. He responded so we heard about it and we will solve it was hilarious because you he's wanted to do so of a monkey style tv show on and how particularly will yeah because the thing was that we kinda thought a bit of a joke but just one of those things that would go away and then they got back in touch for us to go over there to meet him at universal studios so you know we just kind of like he wants to go off just thought yeah. We'll go over and me whether whether we're gonna do we think we would probably had a hunch that we wouldn't do something like that but we wanted to hear the day wasn't it wasn't looking monkeys that way. I guess it's probably kind of was but it was. It wasn't really mentioned too much as kind of template yeah. It was a t._v. Show based on a band living together so the monkeys something a kid myself all right so yeah we supposed to do but it was it was amazing. We started. We sat down. He's big table with him in his p._a. And a few other people sat next too much the little moment for the start of meeting just to just to say hello and a few things and and within seconds somehow moved onto twilight zone i think 'cause i was watching loads of twilight zone at that point all the black and white ones. I just got really really into to them so we had we had this little chap out twilight zone episodes and the episodes guys the last man on earth and he's wants to read what he wants to do is read books and in his glasses fall off and break and he finding it and these what's that stops and freezes times so we had this brilliant chat about our favorite david toilets episodes. What is your what is your favorite episode of the top your ad probably i don't know he said we'll probably be this eighties version. There's one with john lewis go in the with the terror at thirty thousand feet. Whatever i'm going way back i i think the property the warmer it is classes full of where he's i had all the time i needed image at a uh i had time i had so much time but anyway here but the one i remember that really sticks in my mind that really freaked now and for some reason i think it was william shatner china and i'm not sure if it's about a guy that gets on a plane issue that's exactly is a storm and then he keeps looking out and the uh-huh grandma again retaken the par wing side. It's slowly loses his ship on this play. It isn't it's amazing. If you've seen the version the guy is brilliant wit school toilets and the movie a period of time in the as with everything was like the most of the movie it is yeah it was some spielberg directed won all those some feedback directors but there was like a three three three short films to make this movie and it's it's do remember sort of beta news and codes in the first one where they're driving along indiana cogos something really scary. I do yeah yeah. I'd only what's that. I i pretty i what about seven and it's shift utterly destroyed. It freaked me out. Yeah i just i just was obsessed with your. Maybe i was desperate to to speak to him about not that. For some reason the twilight zone chat yeah in office and then just it was just pretty general chitchat really taint mentioned about the possibility of of of of doing a pilot for t._v. Show we're we're. We're all gonna musicians house and i can't particular member the conversation to to <hes> but tom you're obviously we're all in agreement that we need really way much. I mean we already working on in it for the money at the beginning of the second album right and which she wasn't yet cooled and if the money and i think a lot of these things that what happened to us kind of paved the way for that title to about obviously ironic way yeah so we we we just knew that it wasn't you know i think i think he was just the idea of tracking through america by you know doing something that the kind of takes you right up there kind of quickly the fame steaks and whatever and i think i just think we knew that it wasn't right for us. The we had a lot to we was just you know the back of the back of our she cocoa's it was amazing. It was really a great point and a great place a great time at a great time and think we weren't disturbed a- and just you know we would you know we would pre cleared up in terms of how it could work out. Basically he's one of us of a hotel room. Maybe attempt and i don't know but it just felt weird like it might orbit petite some thrust into that spotlight to your quickly yeah yeah but definitely just the pool the pool of the the <hes> the second record with really strong for us i think so people look at that and think he was a ridiculous decision but we felt that it was awful the one thing they would because you on a natural progression on the first album and it was only going to be going out so oh to veer off to the right on something that was kind of completely different the ad on the now i think you made the right decision but it was perfectly in tune with with our slightly self destructive kind of ways in terms of like career yeah and i tonight she just what's wrong word but just i'm <hes> you'd never kind of left but just taking left her way returns when you could take a sort of take it easy fast you root we'd kind of somebody different and i think the fact we didn't make make another the second wasn't like she cocoa and we didn't do right again and things like that very different record ought to maybe self sabotaging somehow any kind of creative i kind of i thought that was in a way quite beautiful about yeah. It's all about purity of being creative and and not taking the easy route. Give a mess being in the band. It's not a case of missing you know. <hes> you know still got the camaraderie of your will not exactly i mean we've told to around the world quite feb february over the last six seven years with these ah musicians time playing with and brilliant people and yeah it's it's a it's a great laugh. I love it. I mean yes. It's not a case of particularly missing it. I think yeah occasionally beckett moments that that brilliant all those american tools you know just traveling around with fires and spending time with dave grohl and taylor and getting to know them and dodo some brilliant times awesome and touring jaman played with the cure in brazil and eight thousand people and insane moment you missed you missed. Let me just sort of saying they were great and you know. I think it's for me. It's been you know. This is not taking anything away from supercross. Spending is being the most productive and creative time of my life this last five years. I would tend to agree okay. Thank you but you'd be i. It's just feels it feels great just different parts of life and you know and i think this is this is only this is what i'm doing now now. This is just a moment. I'm in china. Appreciate this moment and live in it because i think i did that enough. You know back in the day you you know it doesn't matter i was young and i think when you're young you kind of often sort of see the pants you know that bit light riding a wave kind of how remember it the blurry fast wave these sort of china's day on and it's a d._n._r. Changes never 'table progression and it's mature in as up human being another noticed and things are going to change. You're not going to tell you those left and right turns that you didn't think you type yeah no for sure and just yeah just and just that sort of freedom to experiment and to create an yeah. It's been solve magical time for me. She lost years left. It will carry over in a magical time plays god. Thank you so much going on on craig's speeding up yeah meaning to gay touch longtime coming hookup kits n._b._c. Thanks nice. One and another episode is done. What fowler told you i said had i've met one of the nicest guys in the music industry and not as gas combs. I'm so happy the came on wa- walk thrilling chat everything music broken bones life till it was a banger so massive. Thank you to gas and judy for an hour and thank thank you for down louden subscribing you know it's everybody but it really mean so much domain graph. Keep spreading the word and also <hes> <hes>. If you're up in edinburgh makes we've got any booth stale i think she sold out now on his day. You've got rosa has been hoche in madame ovary. I think she sold now. 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Harvard professor Avi Loeb on whether aliens sent a mysterious comet to Earth, and why we should keep an open mind

The Current

15:23 min | 6 months ago

Harvard professor Avi Loeb on whether aliens sent a mysterious comet to Earth, and why we should keep an open mind

"Hey parents if you're looking for some screen free family fun while you're staying home. Check out the story store podcasts. From cbc kids and cbc podcast new story store. Shorties are released every week. These short original and hilarious stories fit anywhere in your day from breakfast to bedtime. The story store available on smart speakers. or wherever. you get your favorite podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Hello i'm matt galloway. You're listening to the current. Let's talk about something smaller in a way but in sort of mentally another thing that will keep you up at night and kind of make your brain explode is this thing came from deep space not in our system not from your cloud or your time ever an object from inter stellar space has been observed to visit our solar system. That stephen colbert and astrophysicist. Neil degrasse tyson in two thousand eighteen and they're debating the origin of that thing. Now this things gotta be like a ship right. Gars don't come journeying into solar system so why it has to be cohiba cigar so so yeah asteroids. We know many of them if not most of them are loosely held together rubble piles and if they come near gravitational sources tidal forces can stretch them single we get from it as elongated but it's probably a rubble pile stretched into that shape Because you don't get that by by nature you don't get that. Yeah that's why it's manmade alien alien alien made you want that to be the fess up. You want that to me. Of course. I want that to be okay. What that thing actually was continues to be a source of great debate. Regardless i got a name. The name is omaha. More the hawaiian word for a messenger arriving from afar avi loeb has an idea of what it was an idea that has a lot of other scientists thinking that that was really out there. Avi loeb is an astrophysicist. Who has done. Pioneering research into black holes. And cosmology worked alongside the likes of stephen hawking and is the frank b baird junior professor of science at harvard university. His new book is called extra terrestrial the first sign of intelligent life beyond earth avi loeb. Good morning good morning. Thanks for having me. Thank you for being here. Where would you come down in this debate that we just heard between the scientists on the talk show host. Well actually. i wouldn't call. Neil degrasse tyson a scientist for the past twelve years or so. He hasn't ridden singer scientific paper. It's a little bit of scientific people at publicize science and where i come from. He's actually the evidence that we have. And that's what guided my inference and we can discuss why i concluded that this object could potentially be of artificial origin based on it's weird properties. It didn't look anything like a comet or an asteroid that we saw before from the solar system. So why don't you just briefly. Describe what Memorial was what was it a more. I object that we spotted near the earth that came from outside the solar system. And we know that because it moved too fast to be bound to the sun. It was discovered by the stars telescope in hawaii and as a result the name that it was given is a means scout in the hawaiian language or more more and i thought just like near the grass. Tyson was trying to argue that. It's probably a comment. And the the only problem with that idea is that there was no cometary tail. Comments are rocks covered with ice and when they get close to the sun the ice warms up and evaporates and you see a cloud of gas behind the object and Unfortunately we haven't seen anything like gaz behind it and the spitzer space that looked very deeply and couldn't trace any carbon based molecules dust around the subject to a very high significant so in fact there is no way that this object could have been a comment so definitely not a comment of the type that we are familiar with then astronomer said okay. So maybe it's just the rock. The problem we thought is that it showed them an excess push away from the sun which is usually associated with commentary. Evaporation the rock effect pushes iraq away from the sun but but there was no cometary tail so the question arose as to what gives it this extra push and third thing is was tumbling the brightness from this subject from reflected sunlight changed by factor of ten and that means the object is tumbling the length of the object projected on the sky was at least ten times longer than it was wide projected on the sky. And just keep in mind that you have a piece of paper tumbling in the win. Even though the papers razor thin what these projected as you look at it is usually not raise the thing because it's unlikely for it to be exactly a john and so i fucked of ten to one between the long axis in the short axis in the image. That you see is quite extreme now in the famous cartoon it was the picture that if it cigar-shape and that's what neil degrasse tyson was talking about that's wrong. A detailed analysis of the light reflected from the object shows that the ninety one percent confidence level. It's most likely flat. So this shape in terms that even i a humble radio host could understand. What do you think if it wasn't those. What do you think it was. Yeah so the only thing. I could think of that. Explains the extra push is that it's pushed by reflecting sunlight and for that it has to be very thin like a sale. And we're familiar with the salem. A bolt that is being pushed by the wind. The reflecting air and the same thing happens when light bounces off surface. It gives it the next report and where this is called the light sale and we are currently developing this technology for space exploration. It offers the advantage of not needing to carry the fuel. And so it's quite possible that what we saw technological artifact the light sale or or even just the surface layer of some technological spacecraft when you say technological artifacts and it's not like it would be like some sort of probe that's coming to look at. It's something that l. Something else created. That is passing by us right. It was created efficiently now. Nature doesn't produce such a thin structures. And you know other other. Astronomers took seriously those weird properties of this object tried to expand but all the scenarios that works suggested invoked the something that we have never seen before like football field sized chunk of frozen hydrogen hydrogen iceberg. We've never seen anything like it. Before and also it would have not survived. The journey and other sedition was. Maybe it's a cloud of dust. Sort of that is one hundred times less dense than air again. It would not likely survive the journey but anyone that tried to explain what we observed head to expand it in terms of something that we have never seen before and keep in mind this is the very first object that we we see visiting our solar system from outside and so i said you know if it's nothing that we have seen before why not contemplate the possibility that it's of artificial origin. Now the only people that claim business as usual of those that do not pay attention to the details of the evidence that we have. There are a lot of people who when you said that why not say that. It might be something of artificial origin. There are a lot of people who said that you know. The math doesn't add up a science. Isn't there the evidence isn't there. Natalie starkey analyzes comets and asteroids at the u. case open university and on the podcast star. Talk radio she said this. I love your call. Dagan saying extraordinary extraordinary evidence and he died the evidence to really strongly support the idea. This is an alien spatial aliens issue junk or something like that. What we have to see. I rule out all the more natural observations that we watch ideas about what we could be reloaded without that extraordinary evidence as carl sagan. Love to talk about. Why do you believe what you do. Okay well i discuss it in my book and then what people call extraordinary ease in the eyes of the beholder. Some people regard black horse as ex rolling others would say blackhawks. Just a consequence of gravity. What we need to pay attention to is evidence and when the evidence shows something anomalous and this in tiffin evidence just to remind you and this in this scientists that you just. We just listened to. I haven't seen a paper that you wrote about this subject. I wrote maybe a dozen papers on this subject and on the significant events that we have so the people that dismiss the evidence just because it's not extraordinary enough those people that do not attend to the evidence at all. They haven't written a single paper on this subject. They just dismiss it because of prejudice because it takes him out of the comfort zone and i can mention an anecdote. We had a seminar at harvard about this object or more and at the end of the seminar. I left the room together with a scientist. A colleague of mine that works for decades on rocks within the solar system. And he said to me. This object is so weird i wish it never existed now. I was appalled by this because in science you should accept whatever nature shows you because sometimes nature imagination is greater than ours. We should be open minded instead. What you see. Are people like that scientists that you we just listen to that would not even pay attention to the evidence would never write a paper on this evidence. I mean is the grass dash. Did not right even a paper in astrophysics in general. I'm not talking just about this object. Okay and they would make the statements asifa. They defend science. But in fact if you look at the data's they didn't even do the science related to this subject. Your book i wrote papers that were accepted for publication. The main prestigious journals in fact my first paper on this object was accepted within three days for publication. And i'm discussing these subjects black just like i discuss any other scientific topics that i worked on lock horse the early universe and we should engage in dealing with the facts. The evidence rather than with a prejudice. Now i think we need extraordinary evidence to say that something is unusual. If the reason anomaly that shows up in data we should discuss possible explanations. Let me just ask you. Because i apologize for interrupting. But you talked about the idea of prejudice in somebody had described. Your book is in some ways a plea to keep an open mind. Do you need to have that open. Mind that sense of wonder in the work that you're doing that that desire that in almost to believe after proven otherwise there of belief to me Doing science is maintaining childhood. Curiosity europe basically supposed to learn from nature through through the evidence that nature gives you something new so many times scientists prefer to be in their conference on so they prefer to stay within what they know already and not accept that they may be wrong. Okay but if you look for example. The career of albert einstein in the last decade of his career when he was the most experienced scientists ever and the most brilliant scientists of the twentieth century. He made three fundamental mistakes. He argued that blackhawks don't exist. He argued with regional waves. Don't exist and he argued. The quantum mechanics doesn't have a spooky action at the distance. These were proven wrong by experiments. Later on. now when you're working the frontiers you are something's wrong. That's the lesson one has to learn and one has to keep an open mind rather than ridicule any suggestion. That takes you away from what you believe in. Because that's what the philosophers did too hill when he argued. I if you look through my telescope you will realize that the earth moves around the sun and they said no. We know that the sun moves around the earth and they put him in house arrest and the only thing that that accomplished was to maintain their ignorance. You know reality doesn't really care whether we ignore it or not. We just maintain our ignorance by refusing to accept anomalies. Just about at a time. We just have a few seconds left. You think that more and more was a one off or would you expect more of these things to pass by us. Oh many more because we looked only for a few years. When i find an aunt in the kitchen i get the firm because the must be many more out there and so if there are more out there what should we be doing to ensure that we have the technology not just to see it the next time. Perhaps it comes by but to do something else. Oh it's very simple. We just need to find an object on its way towards us rather than away from us and when it comes in our direction we just need to send the spacecraft equipped with a camera that we take a photograph of this object. Close up photo. There is the saying a picture is worth a thousand words. I'm sure that my colleagues that are very critical right now when they see a photograph of something that doesn't look like iraq. They would be convinced that happened in your lifetime. Yes it would happen within a few years if we just use our telescopes rather than put blinders on our eyes and claim that we know the answer in advance like many of these people. Say it's a pleasure talk to you. Thank you very much mike. Oslo is the frank b baird junior professor of science at harvard university. His new book is called terrestrial of the first sign of intelligent life beyond earth for more. Cbc podcasts go to cbc dot ca slash podcasts.

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Cattle Current PodcastDec. 11, 2019

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

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Cattle Current PodcastDec. 11, 2019

"Laws D projects fed cattle prices at touch such higher for the remainder of this year. And the first half of next the US is a step closer. To ratified the replacement agreement. For Nafta Carolina Amina on your calendar Marked Day with West. Tom Pouty Dole. This is worse Ishmael with your Kelkar Market Update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The eleventh of December cattle futures closed narrowly mixed for the second consecutive session on Tuesday amid seasonally declining wholesale beef prices and waiting cash direction live cattle futures closed from an average of twenty two cents lower across the front half of the board to an average of eleven cents higher other than unchanged in a nickel lower in September and October fear cattle features close in average of twenty six cents higher wholesale beef values were lower too sharply lower on light light to moderate demand and heavy offerings. According to the Agricultural Marketing Service choice boxed beef cutout value is two dollars and fifteen cents lower Tuesday afternoon at two hundred twenty one dollars forty nine cents. One hundred eight so lacked was dollar. Fourteen lower at two five thirty five corn futures. Close mostly Wanda two cents. Higher while soybean futures closed mostly want to three cents higher incidentally the monthly World Agricultural Supply and demand manned estimates released. Yesterday they left the anticipated season average corn price unchanged at three dollars and eighty five cents a Bushel but lowered the the expected soybean price fifteen cents date doors eighty five cents of social more on that laws. Do report momentarily Here's a sampling of sale result from the weekly Tuesday auctions monitored by current steer Gaz Wayne less than five hundred fifty pounds. Hold Steady Daddy. Two dollars lower at Philip Livestock Auction South Dakota Steers Wayne more than five fifty sold four eight dollars. Lower Hafer Castle steady eighty two three dollars higher except for four to five dollars lower at four hundred fifty to five hundred pounds. There were thirty three hundred head on offer at Knoxville. Folks will livestock auction in Iowa. Their fifteen hundred and forty three head on hand light steer sold from two dollars lower to six dollars compared to two weeks earlier white ebersol mostly want to six dollars. Higher Finally Kasim feeder soul mostly steady at winter livestock and Riverton Wyoming were there were fourteen hundred and and seventy-two head Major. US financial indices edged lower. On Tuesday pressure was broadly attributed. I did too positioning ahead of the. US tariff increase on Chinese imports scheduled to begin this weekend. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed twenty seven points. It's lower the S. and p. five hundred closed three points lower and the Nasdaq was down five point. US US ratification of the United States Mexico. Canada Trade Agreement or US MCA took a major step forward Tuesday with agreement between the US Trade Representative and House Democrats who had refused to schedule a vote unless there were revisions according to U. S. Secretary of Agriculture. Alter Sonny Perdue. The agreement is a big win for American workers and the economy especially for farmers ranchers. He explained that the agreement improves virtually. Every component of the old Nafta and the agriculture industry stands to gain significantly while encouraged by the step forward secretary sorry purdue added that the House and Senate need work diligently to get. The agreement passed by Christmas. Canada and Mexico are the first and second largest export export markets for US Food and agricultural products totaling more than thirty nine point seven billion dollars in food and agricultural exports slash gear which support support more than three hundred and twenty five thousand American jobs according to USDA under the new agreement all food and agricultural products that have zero zero tariffs under the North American. Free Trade Agreement will remain at zero tariffs back to that was to report as it pertains to cattle and beef. USDA's economic research service reduced expectations of US beef production next year based on the anticipated slower pace of fit and non fed cattle slaughter in the first half of the year for twenty twenty total beef production his forecast to be twenty seven point. Five one billion pounds. Which would be three hundred seventy nine million pounds more or one point four percent more than this year based on recent price strength? USDA increase the projected average steer price in the fourth quarter by three dollars to one hundred fifteen dollars one hundred weight compared to the previous months projection the estimated annual average price for two thousand nineteen increased dull to one hundred seventeen dollars for next jere. The average fits steered prices projected two dollars higher in the first quarter and one hundred twenty two dollars and a dollar higher in the second quarter at one hundred and eighteen dollars. You're but a dollar lower in the third quarter and one hundred twelve. Next year's annual average price was estimated dollar higher at one hundred seventeen dollars keep in mind that total. US Red Meat and poultry production next year is projected to increase two point seven percent to a staggering one hundred eight point one four billion pounds with higher broiler production more than offsetting lower expected beef production. Dr Kelkar Market Update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning the eleventh of December you can find more at. WWW DOT KELKAR DOT com. This is where sexual. Thanks for listening

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