30 Burst results for "GQ"
"gq" Discussed on The Book Review
"Is to work at GQ. And just saying, just saying, and who lives in New Jersey? With her husband and two children. And who hears about his divorce and is kind of lit on fire about the fact that as she turned 40, she had just started feeling old. And now watching him realizing that she's actually quite young, that she is young enough to still have another life, even though she's perfectly content. And there's another character, another main character, Seth, another friend from their youth, the finance bro who knew them in college. And they represent different points of view on marriage. Toby being someone who's marriage didn't work out, Seth being someone who has not yet gotten married, and Libby, the narrator, being somebody who just is in her marriage in the kind of middle aged part of her marriage. See, even just in this, I can see your journalism mind at work. Because you had, as I understand, it had been contemplating writing a story about divorce. And that trends and divorce. And right here, you're kind of presenting some of the really interesting aspects of divorce right now and also just divorce eternally. In particular, it seems to me the way that divorce is not just something that happens to two people, but something that sort of reverberates outward. It's a kind of social phenomenon and becomes contagious and affects the children forever and all of that. Yes, I wanted to write this as an article. When my Friends first started coming to me, when I turned 40, telling me that they were getting divorced, I thought it would be a great GQ article. Again, I thought it was going to be about the dating. And my editor about the post divorce date. The post divorce dating, which is like all app based now. And my editor said to me, that sounds like a great story that I would love to read somewhere else. But the GQ reader will not even understand what you're talking about. I've never not had apps. And there was always a danger of me in my 40s in the suburbs working at GQ and being somewhat out of touch, and I guess that was one of those moments.
What Does AOC Know About Masculinity and Power?
"But I come out of the hospital and I wanted to go right back in. Because I see on the cover of gentlemen's quarterly cheek hue magazine has AOC on the cover with the tag, a conversation about masculinity, power, and politics. Amid post row America. Let me drop everything right now and have AOC talk to me about masculinity. The only thing I'm on a LC to say to me is, do you want salt with you, margarita, or no salt? That's it. We've turned this lame brain into a frigging presidential candidate. And it's all because she's got the best rack in D.C. and every guy knows it. They just can't ever say it. But I'd love to see her two or three drinks into Congress's annual Christmas party. I know she wants to cut loose and be fun. She's Latina. From The Bronx. There's fire in her blood, but she's misusing it. And all these soy men, especially the schlump, she's with are making her believe all she's all smarts and no sets and it's not true. Deep down inside, I know that AOC would rather be a bong girl than sitting with those bitties in Congress. And she could be a Bond girl with the right director and the right camera lens, we'd buy it, but no. GQ, which is run by a bunch of gays and women. Has to ask her about masculinity and power. Are you kidding me?
"gq" Discussed on Myths and Legends
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People Are Getting Insane Leg-Lengthening Surgery
"The new fed now that people are doing, GQ wrote a piece about it, leg lengthening surgery. It's real. The article says that more and more men are getting a radical and expensive surgery that adds three to 6 inches to their height. But you've got to have both your femur bones broken. Are you kidding me? So in the article a couple of guys got the surgery, kind named John lovedale, now he's just 5 11. He used to be, well, three inches shorter. But he paid $75,000 last September. For this agonizing privilege of having his legs surgically lengthened and they have both steamer bones broken and adjustable metal nails inserted down their centers and each nail has made a titanium, which is flexible and sturdy, like bone, about the size of a piccolo and the nails were extended one millimeter every day for 90 days using this magnetic remote control. I can't believe this. It's a very long recovery time too. The guy couldn't walk for months. Even at the 8 month Mark, he still hadn't healed and his right femur is very fragile. The smallest stumble doctors say could snap a bone in two. It's relentless and excruciating pain and of course they get a bunch of painkillers to help them through it. He got this surgery with a guy named doctor Kevin, Debbie perchard goes by doctor D, runs the limb class X institute at a Las Vegas. Oh yeah, get me started from Vegas. I mean, surgery in Vegas sounds scary to begin with. They'll sketchy begin with the guy expert in like lengthening and his patients have doubled since everybody started working from home during the pandemic. The patients want to be 6 inches taller, they're going to pay a 150,000 and they also have to have their tibias broken in addition to their femurs. And there's an added cost of a 14,000 to 20,000 bucks to get the titanium nails out of the legs after everything's healed the guy's gonna pay Paul 100 bucks a month for the next 5 years for this treatment surgery.
AOC Says Trump Supporters Will Kill Her
"Why is AOC crying about being married to a white man? According to the daily wire article, it states that representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which I guarantee she used a casio Cortez in agrarian as prayer part of them speak a lick of Spanish. Want to be ethnic. You ain't ethnic Alexandria. Alexandria is terrified that Trump supporters will kill her when y'all. This month, she's worried about Mary being married to a white man and feel mistreated by her fellow Democrats, according to a new profile on the GQ magazine. Can somebody explain this to me? You're worried about being married to a white man. This is the problem that I have with these people. Y'all say white devil white devil white devil white devil, but you marry the white person. But they don't ever really put them out in public. She want to be ethnic. She want to care about black and brown bodies, but you engage to a white man. Same thing with Kamala Harris. Kamala Harris is the first black, whatever they say she is. And she's half retarded. I don't even know why people still claiming her in good faith.
"gq" Discussed on Popcast
"Of course. You know what I mean? And I was like, LMAO this man. You know what I mean? Like just this man will create a narrative art. He will create a three act structure where there is none. He will. He'll do it. Not only that. He's very sensitive about it, which I did not realize to the extent, except so after the Oscars page 6 starts combing through, right? Like all of this stuff. Publicly available stuff. Yeah. Publicly available, right? And there's this clip where Jada is like trying to do the candid kind of off the cuff thing. And he's literally saying to the camera, don't do that. Like, this is my bread and butter. And you just want me to like. Be off the thing that I've been pretending to do this whole time. And he's mad at her for every expecting him to actually do it. But I'm curious to try to link the impostor syndrome arc to the need for approval arc. Because I do wonder if Will Smith's pivot towards like relatability in a pure sense, not being a relatable super duper star, but being like, a guy you know is kind of a cool hang. And like, is on YouTube and TikTok. Right. Who's not walking through the airport with the security anymore? Is that somehow like the next step of, I have this impostor syndrome, and I want to be broadly liked, but I have determined that the path that I have taken towards super duper duper stardom actually that path is over now. Like that's not viable anymore. So I'm going to kind of like build in this new direction. Does that how that scans to you? Because I don't know that that's out scams to me, but when I saw it like Will Smith is one of the most followed people on TikTok I was actually kind of blown away 'cause I was like, he's goofy. He's like, it's not great, but he's still well known enough to accumulate that kind of visibility very quickly. I think there's something about the Jada video that uncovers the stakes of it. Like how much it matters to him, the only way to not be miserable on social media is to not have it matter to you. Yes. Exactly. He's trying to win social media. Something that was also in the GQ profile was that he like sat with Liza koshy who was like a big social media influencer, comedic actress, talk show host, et cetera..
"gq" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"To say that apple's first night of Friday night baseball went off without a hitch would not be totally true. I did then for a few minutes and had no trouble, but I'm just one guy who already had an Apple TV. A report I saw some place and sorry I've lost track of where, but a report I saw some place had people complaining about getting the app installed around game time. No offense, but that's a bit like opening an Xbox for the first time on Christmas morning and expecting to be able to play right away. A report from aye Moore had the site down detector noting a slew of outage reports during the first game of Friday's double header appease from Apple insider indicates that some people liked the clean, simplistic graphics Apple used while others complained that they were too simplistic. And a decent amount of scorn seems to have been served the broadcast teams. Honestly, didn't watch long enough to have an opinion on them, though I will say, I wonder if Apple is making a mistake switching up broadcast teams every week. I have known and known of broadcasters in the past that people started off hating and ended up loving once they got to know them and got used to them. Wouldn't it be great to get people time to gel with the team's broadcasting the games? The same way they have the teams playing them. Just a thought, week two of Friday night baseball is this Friday, the 15th of April. Game one will have the Tampa Bay Rays visiting the white socks of Chicago, game two will see the Cincinnati reds, visiting the LA Dodgers. Vogue is really into one of apple's newest shows. The site for the magazine says the Gary Oldman Kristen Scott Thomas Jonathan pryce series slow horses is TVs, new spy thriller to beat. I won't tell you more about what they said because honestly reading it, I know more about the show than I want to. The person writing it up for Vogue got to see all 6 of the season's episodes through press screeners and doesn't seem overly concerned that the rest of us did not. Suffice to say it's gotten very positive notice. The crew at slough House had a notable premiere week. That's the word from the good folks at real good. Watching what it's 5 million users watch between the 31st of March and the 6th of April, slow horses was one of the three Apple TV titles in the real good top ten. The spy show premiered in 9th place for the week. The next to last episode of severance, season one, took the 5th spot, and still riding high on its Oscar wins for best supporting actor, best adapted screenplay and best picture, the Apple TV plus film coda came in at number three. And finally today, the British edition of GQ has strung a series of backhanded compliments and does something like praise for Apple TV plus. They really did not like coda. Though they definitely see the value and its Oscar win for best picture. They also don't think Ted Lasso is funny, though. Not really sure that that show is for a British audience, despite its setting, that said shows like severance, we crashed, slow horses, pachinko, roar and shining girls, as well as films like Killers of the Flower Moon and Emancipation, assuming the Will Smith issue hasn't killed that. Make Apple TV plus a force to be reckoned with in GQ UK's estimation. Asking the rhetorical question is Apple TV plus worth it, publication response. The message is clear, Apple TV plus is more than.
"gq" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Another Asian man. Asian actor waiting to reach for the same role. We've all been there, right? After all, you walk out and you see a lot of Asian actors, you know, and then so you're in really tough competition. And I definitely was because when I saw that actor, he was better looking, he was taller. He was in a suit, he had his hair gel back. I mean, he freaking looked like he walked out of a fucking GQ magazine, okay? I don't want to thinking, oh my God, I said, that actor is going to get the role, not me. I went home so disappointed, so depressed, I called my agent and I said, I tried so hard, man. I tried, I tried, I tried. I did everything I can, but I don't think I'm gonna get it. So you actually got it, and you were like, sorry simu, you can't get all the rolls. No, but seriously, I mean, looking at the movie now, it just is impossible to imagine anybody else playing this role. I mean, who else can do all of the things that are needed for this part? Who else can be kind and sweet and gentle, one moment, and then suave and dashing, the next and be able to do the martial arts to actually be able to do the action. I mean, come on, combat with a fanny pack. That's not a very wide ranging skill for Asian American actors. And really, honestly, when you sum it all up, there is only one person who comes to mind. And that, as it turns out, is you. I mean, I imagine Daniel's felt the same way. No, I mean, that was my reaction when I first read the script. I read it. I was laughing so hard. I was crying so hard too. And my wife was worried. Because I had tears running down my cheeks. And she said, oh my God, honey, are you okay? And I said, yes, I love this clip, and I think this row is written for me. Because I see myself in these three.
"gq" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Huh? She just come for the wine. That's tough for the wine. That's it. It's wine day. You look nice. Thank you so much. You guys look beautiful too. Thank you. Fantastic. Well, speaking a line, Angelina and Brad are battling over rose, so grab a glass, their wine war is getting ugly. Brad is Sue and Angelina for selling her half of chateau miraval without his permission. Oh. Now listen to this. They bought the French vineyard together in 2008 and according to his lawsuit, Brad has developed it into one of the world's top producers of rose. I can say I've actually had it, and it's actually amazing. Yeah, it is good. He claims that Angie sold her part without giving him a chance to buy it out from her first like they were planning to. Now, we reached out to Angelina, but have not heard back yet, do you think that she sold it because it was business? Do you think this was a little personal? I think it was business. I mean, if you look at it in September, she was cleared of reportedly to sell it, but I think he may not have actually agreed with who she was selling it to. And you gotta remember wineries are a lot. I mean, it takes a lot of work. A lot of blood sweat and tears. And you know, you know, reportedly Brad, you know, at one point was putting a lot into it like personally. And so I do think that she was having some problems with him and you know with the communication and so she found this Russian money. Yes. I was like, and she just like, okay, somebody want to buy it. So I think on one hand, it was personal because it's a lot of financial. Stress, and but then I do think it was personal in a way because they initially did all of this because this was going to be their home where they were going to grow old together. It was going to be a family, winery. That was the whole reason for doing all of this. And then, of course, once they divorced, she's probably not feeling it, and she doesn't. She just doesn't want her feeling it. It's business. This was the rules. You are supposed to notify me when you want to sell the winery or do anything with it. I put all my money in it. He was out there picking grapes. Let me tell you something he is upset. And I think he should be. She should have notified or asked permission. It's been reported that she was, but that he was reportedly ignoring her. So there's something going on that happens. But where are the attorneys? This is a business. Some people go, there's backdoors. There's back channels. I think and we need to remind people of this that this whole blow up between the two of them. Yes. Alcohol played a big part in it. Yes. You know, she had some reservations about his drinking. He did that GQ article where he said that he was on one and a little lit from time to time. So if my ex-husband and my marriage imploded because of alcohol, guess what? I'm getting rid of the alcohol. Yeah. Even if it's mailbox money. What is.
"gq" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Some good stuff. I have to keep doing your thing really the success is you deserve all of it. Congratulations. That's it. Yeah. Rob Pattinson is a liar. He told GQ magazine out February 22nd that he sometimes make things up for interviews. Just so he has something to say. But sometimes it comes to backfire on him. Like the time he said he didn't wash his hair. I remember that. How do you feel about this? Can we trust anything anyone said? But that's the most bizarre thing to just make up. To make up that you don't wash my hair. Just random. But that's part of the reason that people ran with it because who would make up such a thing? I mean, you know, there's a pathological liar. Thing happening, maybe. I don't know. But there's also like the tongue in cheek of it all because he's like, I'm gonna say something so crazy and outrageous and it's become fodder and fuel for gossip and people to talk about. And it really has nothing to do with my person, my work. I'm fun. Yeah, it sounds like he also gets nervous and just blurts stuff out. Yeah. I washed my hair. You know? It just felt like it was one of those things. And then his head is going, what did you just say? And his mouth is just tall, go. And listen, that can happen. I did celebrity family feud years ago, and the question that came out of my mouth that the buzzer Steve Harvey looked at me, he was like, what? I said, I'm better on take two. Take two here. So I know about the pressure sometimes of what to say in the moment. And something. 100%. I love him. Oh. Here are no hair. So that was right on in, buddy. Listen. And here for your Batman. Okay. So excited. Yeah. So excited. We're going to talk about that tomorrow 'cause we are out of time, set your DVR, we've got Laverne Cox,.
"gq" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast
"Anything to you. You are listening to The Oprah Winfrey Show. The podcast. For four decades, she has reigned as one of America's most famous sex symbols that killer body and Maine of auburn hair made her a worldwide sensation, but despite being a household name, Raquel Welch has rarely spoken about her life offscreen. Now, at 69, Raquel is opening up in a deeply personal memoir. But before we get started, let's take a little peek back at this one of a kind career. The year was 1966 when a 26 year old Raquel Welch appeared in a dough skin bikini for the movie 1 million BC. Almost instantly, the mother of two became one of the world's sexiest women and began a remarkable 40 year career. She has starred in more than 30 movies and dozens of television shows. Along the way, Raquel Welch landed on the cover of time and acted with some of Hollywood's most legendary leading men, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin Elvis. She starred on Broadway and even won a Golden Globe for her role in the film the three musketeers. Offscreen with more than half a $1 billion in sales, Raquel's signature wig line has proven she has got ahead for business too. Recently, she made the list of GQ magazine's 25 sexiest women in film of all time. They said, back when women had bodies, Welch was the body. Oh my God. Well, this is what 69 looks like. Bring it on. Welcome rock L Welch..
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"gq" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"The GQ, if these voting rights, these voter suppression laws stay and the GQ P takeover power, I'll tell you, as soon as my son graduates high school, I might do what you're doing. I might move to Mexico. I might move out of this country. Because I can't be in a country that is that has become a fascist dictatorship. I can't. Well, you know, I will tell you that I'm moving to North Carolina and I think that there's a lot of positive things going on in North Carolina. I think what's Kalani is going to flip either purple or blue. But how have they keep on suppressing the boat? How? Well, I mean, we see that and that's what's going on. And that's why we have to fight to hopefully make sure that, you know, President Biden's, you know, whatever he's got to do to the filibuster to get this thing pushed through. So the Voting Rights Act is going to be passed. I mean, Manchin and sinema don't want it to be bad. Oh, I would love to beat the crap out of freaking Joe Manchin, man. Let me tell you, but see that's something Joe Manchin has exposed it. Right now, I'm at this point. I don't give a shit about Joe Manchin. Joe Manchin is a two face sack of shit. He don't give a shit about nobody. So as far as I'm concerned, it wouldn't bother me. Flip flip to the Republican Party. Give give the Republicans back the Senate. Give Mitch McConnell the frigging Senate. Go ahead. Give him that shit. Go on. I don't give a shit. They might as well have it. We can't get anything done. So if we can't do something to get the Voting Rights Act passed, then, you know, we're going to have some serious dark days ahead. Sarah started his head and I'll tell you this too. You know, I'm moving to North Carolina. But I have the ability. If I were to pick up and go simply sales, I mean, let me tell you something..
"gq" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Is, though, you're looking at all this, these numbers, they're huge. This is working. This is the best Xbox, the healthiest Xbox has been in a very long time. So it's crazy. 20 years, I wonder what we're going to be looking back and thinking about game pass. The conversation of what if it was a rental service and all that stuff, it's like what they did was the boldest thing they possibly could. Oh yeah. And they went all in. Yeah. Go for it. What a wild story that is blessed, right? I think if we all rewind time to 2015, that's understandable, right? Red box was kind of at its prime back then and we understood renting games and videos and DVDs like that was the normal. And I could totally see them being like, well, this is what the market is doing now, but to take that step and go one step further and say no, it's not just a rental service, it's more. That's truly incredible to see and look at where it's now where it's at now. If it wasn't what it is now, it wouldn't be the same thing. So that's truly a wild story to hear. Yeah, yeah, and that is a huge pivot, right? Looking at the landscaping going, oh yeah, the lifespan of games is going longer and longer. It's no more the thing of people are buying the game the first week, finishing it and returning. That is happening in less and less with more different types of games being developed in multi player becoming more and more thing, or at least like ongoing games becoming more and more of a thing, right? You have games like sea of thieves and no man's sky and destiny and war games kind of making the space something that is more about coming back and having updates and live service games games as a service taking over what the I guess what the industry is at this point. You know, that is a big pivot and one that I'm glad is working out, right? Xbox game pass. We talk about it all the time to the point where it's probably knowing at this point. But it's changed the game and it's changing the way that we change the way that the audience expects video games that the way the audience approaches the video games the way they get access in the fact that the fact that they made the bold decision to be like, cool, all first party games are going to be on Xbox game pass, is one that is at times still hard for me to believe. I look at starfield. I'm like, damn, is that really gonna be on game pass? That's crazy to me. The fact that a red fall, another one coming out next year. That's really going to be on game passports for rights and 5 came out in game pass in four came out on game pass. It's a cool thing. That's still blows my mind. It's campaign. Weeks away. Yeah. We got one more Xbox news story. Story number three, this is another one from that same GQ interview. The Elder Scrolls 6 is all but confirmed to be an Xbox exclusive. This is Joe scrabbles at IGN. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer has all but confirmed that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be an Xbox console exclusive. In an interview with British GQ, Spencer said that he sees the sequel to Skyrim as a similar case to fellow, but that's the title star field, which was confirmed for Xbox Series X slash S in PC earlier this year. At least in part, his reasoning seems to come down to what the Xbox ecosystem can offer. It's exclusives, including cloud gaming, Xbox Live services, and more. Quote, it's not about punishing any other platform. Like I fundamentally believe all of the platforms can continue to grow, Spencer told GQ, he continues, but in order to in order to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to bring the full complete package of what we have. And what would be true when I think, and that would be true when I think about Elder Scrolls 6. That would be true when I think about any of our franchises and, quote, this is one that I don't think is a surprise, but I don't think we've also got any hard confirmation on it. So there you go. Elder school 6 looks like it's going to be confirmed for confirmed as an Xbox exclusive. I think we have gotten confirmation like a bunch of times, but for some reason people just don't want to hear it. Like this, I guarantee mark my words, this will be a news story again. Oh yeah. It's tough to hear Tim. I think that's the catch, right? You saw somebody in chat right now. It's like, why is this still a new story? And yes, we have heard it, and we do know the messaging, but you think of elder skulls. That is one of the biggest franchises on the planet when it comes to gaming. And this has been a game that has been renowned for being multi platform for years, right? And there are people in the common general audience that aren't reading the news every day. That truly don't have that message quite yet. And it is going to have to be reiterated over and over again, right? And it is one of those. It will be sad for many people, right? But this is the way of the business. This is a big time game that will come first party to Xbox and that's how it's going to be, but yeah, unfortunately, this message will be talked about a lot because the general public is not in the news every single day. And their hearts are going to be broken all the time. Yeah, I think that's the thing is, at no point, I think our Xbox going to be, hey, this is not coming to PlayStation, everybody. We're saying the words. Eldest girl 6 is not coming to PlayStation. And when you have so many people that aren't hardcore like us in reading the news every day in our super in tune. I think it is the thing of, okay, well, we're just going to keep reiterating it and multiple different ways until people get it. Hey, star fueled is going to be Xbox exclusive. That game is developed by Bethesda. That probably means that their next game is going to be Xbox exclusive. And it's probably a thing that they're going to have to keep saying over and over again until the message is clear. And until the why public understands. But that's the games are coming out on Xbox only. Well, I think that Xbox at the end of the day, in terms of the people you're talking about, that mainstream that aren't watching kind of funny games daily..
"gq" Discussed on Business Wars
"Continue to shift in that direction. Rachel, as a critic of fashion. I wonder, do you think that fast fashion is here to stay? Or do you think that we're going to see some kind of some kind of fundamental change in the industry that will make what we're talking about now sound antiquated in a few years? I'm curious how you see it sort of from the long view. Well, the fast fashion industry as powerful as it is and is dominating as it is. So much of it really is hanging on by a thread. You know, that's really what we saw happen at the beginning of the pandemic, but that's also the business model, you know? These garments are produced in some cases for pennies. And that to me is, you know, it's simply not sustainable. Not even in the environmental sense just in terms of the economic and the labor practices, yeah. So I do think that that feels like it is spinning towards disaster I would say. Rachel tashkin is the fashion critic for GQ. She's written about fast fashion among other industry topics and trends and you can check out her latest writing on GQ dot com and catch her on GQ's corporate lunch podcast. Rachel.
"gq" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. You know that couple that seems too good to be true. Danny was phenomenal versus kind of larger than life person was a goofy woman had a million friends, My Facebook and so forth. Successful Dan could have been a professor journalist lawyer as you know, she probably the novel Good looking tall, long, dark hair and green eyes big, bright smile, But those couples they're never as perfect as they seem. She never really addressed conflict. So if he had done something to bother her, she kind of buried it. And when things go bad, they go really bad. I think he was surprised that he didn't know his wife better. From wondering, I'm Matthew share a few years ago, I wrote a story for GQ, about an Orthodox rabbi in New York City who helped get people out of bad marriages. One of his catchphrases was a divorce or a funeral. It was a crazy story. But then I learned about one of the lawyers on the case, which led me to an even crazier story. What about a couple down in Tallahassee, Florida? Sleepy Southern town. I would say I think a lot of people don't realize that it's actually the capital. A couple. It seems so perfect until one of them ended up dead baby. You're guilty. You've got his sins on your head Tally the first season of over my dead body..
"gq" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Oh, by the way, Quincy Jackson, Quincy Jones Jackson. Quincy Jones is at it again. Look, the guys are hell of a producer and a ranger. I enjoyed the documentary I watched on him not too long ago. He was done everything. He used to write, he's the range music for Sinatra at 20 bucks a song. That he's made some millions with Michael Jackson. He's amazing. But we know the guy's nuts. We know he's nuts. He was interviewed recently for GQ. And if you remember the last interview, the last time they let him loose, he said that Marlon Brando fucked Richard Pryor. He just went on. And then they corralled him. His daughter's around dad. Stop saying that shit. So he apologized. But now he's back. And the GQ writer asked him if he ever worked with Elvis. And Quincy said, nope, I wouldn't work with him. Why not? They said, and he said, well, I was writing for Tommy Dorsey. Bob, back in the 50s, and Elvis came in and Tommy said, I don't want to play with him. He was a racist motherfucker. I'm going to shut up now, but every time I saw Elvis, he was being coached by Otis Blackwell, the man who wrote the song don't be cruel and Otis would tell Elvis how to sing. Meanwhile, not that Quincy Jones would care, but Otis Blackwell told David Letterman in 1987 that he and Elvis Presley had never met doesn't stop doesn't stop Quincy from telling a good story. So in that interview, Quincy claimed that Dorsey wouldn't let Elvis play with the band because, quote, that motherfucker couldn't see. But as we know, that's not true. If Elvis was a racist, you know, he probably he probably would have rolled over in his grave to see his daughter marry Michael Jackson, but seriously. Quincy Jones really does give the best interview in the business. He also talks shit about Elon Musk in this interview. He talked about having gained weight because he was spending a lot of time in Brazil and was putting acai juice in his vodka 24/7. Then he went and tried to describe something Judy Garland once did with the microphone wrapped in a condom that would make Jill Scott blush. I don't know what she did why a big old lesbian would blush. Did she insert the microphone inside of it? I don't know..
Crazy Quincy Jones Lies About Elvis
"Quincy Jones is at it again. Look, the guys are hell of a producer and a ranger. I enjoyed the documentary I watched on him not too long ago. He was done everything. He used to write, he's the range music for Sinatra at 20 bucks a song. That he's made some millions with Michael Jackson. He's amazing. But we know the guy's nuts. We know he's nuts. He was interviewed recently for GQ. And if you remember the last interview, the last time they let him loose, he said that Marlon Brando fucked Richard Pryor. He just went on. And then they corralled him. His daughter's around dad. Stop saying that shit. So he apologized. But now he's back. And the GQ writer asked him if he ever worked with Elvis. And Quincy said, nope, I wouldn't work with him. Why not? They said, and he said, well, I was writing for Tommy Dorsey. Bob, back in the 50s, and Elvis came in and Tommy said, I don't want to play with him. He was a racist motherfucker. I'm going to shut up now, but every time I saw Elvis, he was being coached by Otis Blackwell, the man who wrote the song don't be cruel and Otis would tell Elvis how to sing. Meanwhile, not that Quincy Jones would care, but Otis Blackwell told David Letterman in 1987 that he and Elvis Presley had never met doesn't stop doesn't stop Quincy from telling a good story. So in that interview, Quincy claimed that Dorsey wouldn't let Elvis play with the band because, quote, that motherfucker couldn't see. But as we know, that's not true. If Elvis was a racist, you know, he probably he probably would have rolled over in his grave to see his daughter marry Michael
Lawsuit: Paraplegic inmate at St. Louis jail denied shower for five months
"And because he groups suing in ST Louis, saying of one prisoner hasn't showered in month due to a disability. The jail is ignoring a new lawsuit claims of paraplegic inmate at the ST Louis City Justice Center. Has not showered or otherwise bathed in five months due to the facility, not being equipped for persons in wheelchairs. The lawsuit is filed by Arch City defenders on behalf of 39 year old prisoner, Anthony Tillman, who claims his disability prevents him from using even the wash rag in basically gave him the lawyers claim it violates the Americans With Disabilities Act, Tillman is facing a lengthy incarceration. For allegedly firing a gun in the car with a child inside of Evan Brown. Fox News Washington coach Ron Rivera speaking today for the first time since the team cut quarterback Alex Smith, and I don't disagree with a lot of things that, he said. I really don't Rivera admits he didn't want to give Smith a chance to come back last year from his gruesome leg injury. As Smith alleged in a GQ interview last month. It was always in the back of my head. What if he gets hurt again if he hurts that leg at that specific leg again? Don't be the guy that put it back on the field of alone, get hurry, Rivera told reporters. Smith asked for his release. And he agreed, saying it was best for the team to play again and he'll do a great job. John
"gq" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"He had done something to bother her, she kind of buried it. And when things go bad, they go really bad. I think he was surprised that he didn't know his wife better. From wondering, I'm Matthew share a few years ago, I wrote a story for GQ, about an Orthodox rabbi in New York City who helped get people out of bad marriages. One of his catchphrases was a divorce or a funeral. It was a crazy story. But then I learned about one of the lawyers on the case which led me to an even crazier story. What about a couple down in Tallahassee, Florida, sleepy Southern town, I would say, I think a lot of people don't realize that it's actually the capital. A couple that seems so perfect until one of them ended up dead. They be guilty. You've got his sins on your head. Sally the first season over my dead body. Is out. Now listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one I heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean to ask if he enjoys touring anybody That's followed my career over the years and those that touring has always been a big focus for us and so to go out and Have that many people buy a ticket to come see your show. I mean that Z. It's good. You know, that's that's my favorite part of this business is getting on the road and playing shows and Doing all that stuff, So it is that's going good. I know everything else is going well, and it's been fun, and it's cooled it to think you know that many people actually care enough to see us to go buy.
"gq" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Do you have a process or maybe some good habits that allow you to do that? We have some good habits and a process. So part of our habits are we read as much as possible in the media applications such as women's wear daily, such as California peril news, GQ, Esquire, all the fashion Dalits and then educated, very educated environment. We also shop a lot of our competitors and see what they're doing. And, most importantly, as good as we think we are in designing and merchandizing. We're not designers, so we know what we're good at. We know we're awake at so we hire a designer. Every three months to do a new capsule collection. And if we feel here she is strong enough. We would continue on them for another capsule collection, etcetera, etcetera. So we know where we're strong. We never a week and we always have a good designer at our empire. Yeah, it sounds like here have a very collaborative work environment. What would you say is your leadership style? Our leadership style is give autonomy and empower our employees t their ability if you give someone that capacity to succeed. And you give them someone of a playbook and you know that they're good. And, you know they're confident and they're open about things. They're gonna most likely succeed with you. That takes a willingness to give up a little bit of control, though, right? Well as an entrepreneur, you know that you're wearing many hats in the workplace, right? So you know that you have to be confident and giving up some of those responsibility to those that you are empowering because you kind of have to like, you know, you can't do it all. You can't do it all. It's just not possible. Now you're Very unique company, But I'm sure you have some competition. So how do you make sure That's what Taylor stands out. So our competition kind of Somewhat delves into our product lines, and that's okay because they don't know what it takes to make a sweat, Taylor Pen or swim Taylor shirt. It's all in the production and servicing process. It could make the same silhouette but the way we wash the way we test the way we die, the way we finish, our products will always send out against our competition. So from the details, all in the details all in the process a little bit of engineering a little bit ingenuity and a little bit of leading expertise to others in terms of the process, So it sounds like the fabric is one of the key element is a key element. Fit is a key element, quality and consistency. And when it comes to marketing all these unique factors, do you utilize social media lot or what's your main marketing? Because we're directly or predominantly online? We do a lot of social media, whether it's instagram Twitter. We do a lot of Facebook advertising. We also post a lot on Facebook, so we stay current with what's going on in the current events, for example. So we're trying to do the lifestyle online. Having a social media outlets such as again, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook has been extremely instrumental in the development and growth of our business. Without that we would not be where we are today, So I know you were a lot of hats in your business. Do you actually do the posting and social media or doing source? That depends. Sounds like every now and then I'll do a couple of postings here in there, but we outsource almost all of our social media marketing to our marketing agency again, who has been instrumental in the development growth of our best. This because certainly he is interesting because it seems like it should be easy. I mean, we do it in our personal lives, but to actually make it seem personable and relatable, and our business can sometimes be tricky. Do you have a little tip for how to do that? Stay on brand message. Whatever that is. Don't TV. So for you guys, That's the comfort but stylish exactly like it And don't be afraid to try us out. We always tell our customers that it could be a little bit daunting as a male consumer trying to purchase something online, especially when it's an item they've never seen, touched or felt before. So it's really hard to get that conversion. But if you stay on brand message and stay on brand message with image ng such as Instagram, we have a lot of influencers. We lot of great ambassadors who where our products and they can see the different ways. Ah customer can wear the product. It gives them a much more confident feeling to try it on. Not only that, make sure that you are as transparent as possible, and what I mean by transparent is have a review section for each of your items, so customers have the opportunity to buy it, Try it on and then send back their message or their comments to the site. So then it just automatically gets posted. Whether it's good or bad. So do you work at home, or do you actually go into an office? So we don't have a traditional office right now? Because we're always on the go. What That's enough. Eric Mel, We're in a factory or the marketing agency or the PR agency. We tend to work from home. But I know how does that work for you? Are you able to stay focused? Or do you have a tip to how to stay focused? I think I think it depends on the cosmetic make of someone I have. And someone of a good ability to do it. Even though I have a four month old daughter that could be a little bit tricky. So now I try to be out of the house as much as possible between during the work day and then when I come home, I can focus on my family. But I would suggest if it's not for you, I would highly suggest getting an office or a co working spandex or or just go to Starbucks salute. Steal their free weapon. Lovett. Okay, so Three takeaways that entrepreneurs that are just starting out can take away today..
"gq" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Do you have a process or maybe some good habits that allow you to do that? We have some good habits and a process. So part of our habits are we read as much as possible in the media applications such as women's wear daily, such as California Peril News, GQ, Esquire, all the fashion Al, It's and then educated, very educated, a buyer. We also shot a lot of our competitors and see what they're doing. And, most importantly, as good as we think we are in designing and merchandizing. We're not designers, so we know what we're good at. We know where a weekend so we hire a designer every three months. Do a new capsule collection. And if you feel here she is strong enough. We would continue on them for another capsule collection, etcetera, etcetera. So we know where we're strong. We know we're a week and we always have a good designer at our empire. Yeah, it sounds like you're have a very collaborative work environment. What would you say is your leadership style? Our leadership style is give autonomy and empower our employees t their ability if you give someone that capacity to succeed. And you give them someone of a playbook and you know that they're good. And, you know they're confident and they're open about things. They're gonna most likely succeed with you. That takes a willingness to give up a little bit of control, though, right? Well as an entrepreneur, you know that you're wearing many hats in the workplace, right? So you know that you have to be confident in giving up some of those responsibility to those that you are empowering. Take you kind of have to have no, you can't do it all. You can't do it all. It's just not possible. Now you're Very unique company, But I'm sure you have some competition. So how do you make sure That's what Taylor stands out. So our competition kind of Somewhat delves into our product lines, and that's okay because they don't know what it takes to make a sweat, Taylor Pen or swim Taylor shirt. It's all in the production and servicing process. It could make the same silhouette but the way we wash the way we test the way we die, the way we finish, our products will always stand out against our competition. So from the details, all in the details all in the process a little bit of engineering a little bit ingenuity and a little bit of lending expertise to others in terms of the process, So it sounds like the fabric is one of the key element is a key element. Fit is a key element, quality and consistency. And when it comes to marketing all these unique factors, do you utilize social media lot or what's.
"gq" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In that world. Rise above all else. Literally black on a financial report is critical. It's saying that the business energy who's making money and it's profitable The color red on a financial report signifies losses. Business is losing money, and it's not recorded a profit. From a financial perspective those of the two colors that watch more carefully than any other but from a practical perspective and in life, the best color in the U. S of a His green the color of money. That is the show tonight the color of money. I suppose when you come down to it, the color of money is my favorite color. Have a story about color. You ever think about it? There's no prejudice when it comes to green. Cash is King and money is green. No more so in business at the Magic show in California. There was one of the world's greatest trade shows. In California who's called Magic, the Men's Apparel Guild in California. The acronym Magic Men's Apparel Guild in California. Bunch of suppliers got together and banded together show kept growing and growing and growing until the filter convention center in California. It was amazing to see I'll never forget. You know, I get invited to the magic show on because I was very, very heavy and advertising. Conde Nast GQ, I forget which one of the magazines during the Magic show decided to have a party at the Playboy Mansion. I was invited. I'll never forget walking in and saying to my wife. Hey, Sue, You're not gonna believe it. I was invited to the Playboy mansion in California. When I'm there. I can't wait to go and she looked at me. You're not going e grew up my whole life reading Playboy looking at the pictures. I'm not going to the Playboy mansion. But you're not. You're not going. You're married man. You're not going to listen, so I'm going And you're not going We left it that way. The minute I got to California that night, I picked up a friend who I hadn't seen in a long time ago. I named Richard Baron. He was out in California trying to be an actor, and I went I said, I'm gonna pick you up. I had a limo. Set up by the magazines and I went to the Playboy Mansion. It was the coolest thing in the world to be in the Playboy mansion. If I tell you I never been in more boring place in my life. All the fun was stripped out of their to make for an interesting, boring business meeting. There were no bunnies running around. No, there was no nothing. You know Why Why Mommy called the Playboy mansion. She called you have to herself and said, Behave, huh? Look between this story and the one from last week where you're talking about getting massages in Hong Kong. I don't even know what to think of you. Japan, Japan you whatever. You know what I'm talking about. Well, you have to think about what I'm telling you. It was a boring party anyway. Make a long story Short the show got so big That California's convention center couldn't have it and the powers to be shopped it around and thought Vegas would be the perfect place to go. There's some great parties. I also sponsored one night Rod Stewart. Everyone in the world is that the Rod Stewart concert Because my company pvh at the time sponsored Rod Stewart to talk. It was great in the scope of the show turned out to be amazing. But I have a story because tonight we're talking about the color of money, not just investing it in performances, but about Business in general to see what's the name of the guy on the shark tank. You know, the guy who was in the fashion business. Oh, from food. Boo Daymond John Food boo for us by us. Represented a black entrepreneur building, a company that represented the black culture. Cuba was hot. It was one of those exciting companies in the world and everyone wanted a piece of it, and everybody wanted to wear their clothes while they were running and I'll never forget. As a company. We read the largest pressure company in the world at the time. Amongst some other businesses, we said Wouldn't we love to be a part of food Boo and have dress shirts with the food blue label? So we sent in our head of dress shirts, and he went negotiated with food. Boo and sure enough, we got the license the right to manufacture and sell dress shirts with the food boo name. And sure enough, and Lo and behold, the first time we were going to show the food Boo dress shirt line was that the magic show in Las Vegas the food will company to their great credit, took a huge booth. And put applied ALS. They're different businesses and all the different licenses to come and show their wares. And in my case, the food blue dress shirt light and it was an amazing event. And here's what I learned about it when you walked in there. You sore people of color, thousands of them. You saw people that will cook Asians, Hispanics black, all working together. There was an energy in that booth the likes of which I have never seen before in my life. And it was all together. We were all together. There was no color. We're all working towards success. There was no nonsense there was on Lee one color in the world at magic at that time. And that color was green. It's interesting. How work and economics and the opportunity to improve your life and make a living. And focus on Green eliminates racism. I'll never forget how I enjoyed that feeling in there how I felt the common good. There's something about that we should all remember in life. Should never forget it. Jobs, the ability to make money. Crosses all boundaries. Prior to the craziness of Cove. It When the economy was booming..
Rihanna and ASAP Rocky Are Reportedly Dating
"In her life. She's reportedly dating a sop Rocky. The two are long time friends but romance rumors sparked between the two earlier this year in July. Rianna featured Rocky and her Fenty skin campaign. And in August, the duo got flirty and video for GQ Iraqi revealed that the hardest part of working with Rianna was quote not goofing off. And laughing the whole time.
Ozzy Osbourne says he regrets cheating on wife Sharon: 'I'm not proud of that'
"Says he regrets cheating on his wife, Sharon. The Rock star made the revelation in the latest issue of British GQ men of the year in the interview, as he admits he has done some outrageous things in his life. But cheating on his wife is one of his biggest regrets and get
George Clooney reveals how and why he gifted 14 friends $1 million cash
"Shall we talk about george clooney. I'd love to. I mean it's great stuff. What a joy to wake up on a tuesday morning and just find a profile of george clooney and cheeky magazine. I mean i can't ask for much more in this life First of all this is the man of the year man of the year issue. An annual occurrence for gpo usually accompanied by a party or parties. there's some kind of fun. Dj set online slash than doesn't sound fun. at all. i mean george clooney is just like the de facto celebrity to me. It's just like you've for for me. Just because i love him so much more so than brad pitt. Who is you know. One of our animating figures. Of course their friends part of both their charm. George clooney has always been lovable because of playing doug on er those politics both of which are part of this piece. But i just feel like this was like best case scenario for a celebrity profile. What stood out about it to you. This is slightly awkward as we noted. Your husband wrote this but you know. Just talk about his work. Yeah let me see. I was not involved in this process and just reading it. You know differently than i feel like i know the man who wrote this you sleep. You wanna say through this these interviews were done over. Zoom as the as the peace explains for a number of reasons but for the health and safety of everyone in this time so like they were done in my house on and afterwards i was thinking about the fact that george has such a distinctive voice that i should have just stood outside the door and listened to george clooney talking like through the door. Because i don't think i think act just uses the zoom without headphones for these interviews. I don't think he wants to bring bluetooth into this experience. And screw it up even more. So i i regret not standing outside the door like a creep and listening to george. Clooney talk and i didn't do that so i really. I have no behind the scenes information. I just absolutely charming. And that's why you want from george clooney right you want him to be a like cary grant but for now and i just like a hugely charming informed person that you want to spend time with. I honestly want that more. From george clooney than i want like a movie directed by george clooney at this point or movie starring george clooney. You know there are many movies starring. George clooney that. I really enjoy but i just. I'm happy for him as like capital g capital. See george clooney. And what's nice about. The profile is that he seems to know that too and he's just like let me give you some more george clooney stuff and let me just tell you about how much i love my wife for awhile and let me just tell you how acting works. I thought that stuff was so fascinating. I love it when really talented people just like switch into their genius mode and like i'm gonna tell you this and i'm going to tell you this and he tells a story about e. r. n. Any tells another story and he's just like annotating the scene and it's like talking to someone who knows a ton of stuff. I thought that was fascinating. He shares an anecdote from steven spielberg students. Billboard tells them to stop moving his head so much. And i loved that because doug ross did move his head a lot especially when talking to carol. You assert like trying to like burrow into the moment. And it's like dude. You don't need to your doug fucking rossier water. Attrition your renegade pediatrician. He also so happy that zach got him to talk about the time he gave his fourteen friends. Each one million dollars in cash on honestly the details are so much better than you ever could have hoped for. This story came out. I think like almost two years ago. We talked about it at the time. I think randy gerber shared the information. Right yes and then. I think we talked about it on jam session and zack knew about it. And then zach wanted to ask you about it. So i'm gonna credit usually with that particular. Thank you thank you so much. Thank you so much zach. So george clooney like basically impersonated danny ocean one day. Although i think the other takeaways like owed any ocean it's probably a lot like george clooney and he got a florist ban that he rented for the day and drove to an unnamed location. Downtown los angeles richardson. huge vaults. Like just stacks of cash literally. It's kind of like the way they portrayed the vault in die hard three. you know. there's like all that cash. What i guess the vault i was imagining i skipped ahead. Because there's an ocean's eleven here too but keep telling this story you're doing great. I won't interrupt. He goes down like multiple levels below ground and just gets tons of cash and then puts a a million dollars in two fourteen different to me. Suitcases he says that it's much lighter than you would think. And then he loads it into the van and he drives away then. He gives his friends the money. And yeah the reference. The correlation to ocean eleven is shocking. It's stunning right right. There is like i can see the duffle bags of money notions eleven being carried out of the blasio and it is absolutely that and they also commandeered a swat car that like it's very similarly ban also underground the whole thing is like it's hard to believe it's real george clooney. Actually i made that up. It's not how i did it. And he just was like. This is the antidote. I'm gonna tell. I also surprised because it's like so close to the movie.
Robert Pattinson tries to microwave pasta and it all goes horribly wrong
"Robert Pattinson's interview in GQ magazine is has gone viral because people are trying to make his hand held pasta at home his Collini anyway little pillow little pillows so Robert Pattinson shared how he's dealing with life and self isolation by sharing with GQ magazine that he's flexing his home chef muscles by creating handheld pastas and somebody actually made the recipe and it looks nasty fancy it looks a little slightly dangerous it includes slices of cheese and H. P. sauce zero six H. P. sauce kind of like a one yeah but critics right
"Your Next Big Idea" Week
"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.
Post Malone says his face tattoos stem from insecurity
"Now we've been talking about face tattoos a lot of people have all these face tattoos the post Malone said the reason why he has his face tattoos it's because of insecurities he was in GQ and he said I'm ugly **** and effort the face tattoos do maybe come from a place in security to where I don't like how I look so I'm going to put something cool on there so I could look at myself and say you look cool kid and he said that's the reason why he
Baker Mayfield clarifies what he said about Daniel Jones to GQ
"It's new article in juke g. c._q. Where baker mayfield said. I cannot believe the giants took. Daniel jones blows my mind. Some people were thinking that's where people go wrong. They forgot. You've got a win. Win course baker one in college. Gale jones did not but i mean the point could if we wanted to decipher wins and losses. There's lots of great college quarterbacks that were drafted. They've got opportunities that have not been great pro quarterback danny waffle you know i mean look just even more recent like vince young i i vince young matlock venture was rookie of the year he he might so he will heed one early like it. It gets harder not easier. Yes it gets hard because now okay now. We know what you do now. We'll go back and watch the chargers film where you know that line just wants to stand you up. Make you make you stay in the pocket and throw over the top because you're small and you can't see and we'll see we'll see what the ravens did. Look baker mayfield was good last year. Let's act like he tore up. The league behan touchdown receptions against the good teams they he played against. They beat up on the bengals. The bengals the team at the time they played the bengals. The bengals were on track to have the worst defense in the history of the league and they played the ravens twice the chargers chargers steelers the texans the broncos broncos to make the playoffs char steelers did neither but those are the five actually six best defense played against ten touchdowns love interceptions fifty seven percent completion percentage. There were two and four now if you if you give context and say hey cleveland won one game in two years for the got there and look at how people view them now. Oh that's fair and people believe baker mayfield's gonna damn good quarterback bliss on act like he went out and did what pat mahomes did last year exact same guy no missed completely really different now. The the thing with banco is all eyes are on cleveland so all eyes on you you better give him something because if if you fall on your face all these wide you draft daniel jones all these <hes> do johnson deal talking about luke johnson's money. Oh you know hugh took a job in cincinnati. I don't like him for all this stuff that you're doing all these theatrics they don't get thrown back in your face and so if you can dish it out you better be able to handle it when it comes back and and that's what i don't know if he understands that could possibly happen. I'm sure he's not thinking they're going to fail but to understand. You got a lot of prime time games. You better perform